Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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II: ::: r BRADFORD COUNTY.TELEGRAPH I Sweetest Home Strawberries of the "

I This Side of Heaven ,

Official County Publication Established In 1877




f Motorists WarnedOf 'Sock 'Em!' ii i i

ua yIwdidates Air ObserversWill Rent Registration 1

CheckUpFor Meet Will Begin

i Election Tax StampsJohn For OrganizationAll Next MondayRegistration 1 1I

set Tuenday the- closing L, Fans collector of In-
who have volunteered their
fLndldatea to qualify for ternal revenue for the district of e services aa airplane observeri- 'I of all rental units '

general election to' be I Florida, has announced that together with any others who I in the Galnesville-Starke Area

[ weeks hence-Tuesday, : Deputy Collector L. F. Pawllchl would like to volunteer now--nre will officially begin Monday, Au-

8--and with 893 voterso I will be in Starke some time dur- called to meet In the court room I plot 24, according to an announcement
at the Courthouse tonight .Fri
cast their ballots, the ing the week beginning August 24 yesterday from the
day-August 21 8
at o'clock, according -
\ will not be nearly 110that for the purpose of checking up on ti to announcement made I Gainesville office of William L.

of last year. Only cars that do not have Auto Use yesterday by II. A Carlton, Chief Duke area rent director.
Stamps properly displayed. Anyone \ JO.a Observer.The Mr. Duke dated that
to be! filled registration
es are found
violating the law will / -- tower
councilmen. atop Blandlng Center blanks will be available. then
..1 I three be prosecuted by the United lat. (Orange Lines bun station) Is
Awards weeks States District at the postofflce In Starke, where
who, two Attorney, It was _..- completed-all but the telephone
need for Mayor, with. stated. and perhaps that will be Installed Mrs. Carrie Ingram will have office
favor of L. A. Canova.of The Motor Vehicle Use Tax ; by the end of thin! week or the space and. will assist prop.
the City Council andIf Law provides that any person liable to first of next. The work ban to ertv owners In fllllnir out the--.-
seek a seat on the for the tax who uses or per- a 1 R 'a4 b be lacunae. Instructions given blank

hhlch he relinquished a mits the use of.,a motor vehicleor 11Ii and hours suitable to each observer All unlt --house.., apartments ;,
[ to become a candidate boat before the tax has been arranged. The actual work rooming houses hotel. and room*
r, In addition to Mr. paid shall be guilty of a mis- of observing planes will not begin In private homes must. be reg-
J ether new aspirants for demeanor and upon conviction until It Is thoroughly' gone over tHtered. stating the rent that was
|ai9 are L. A. Davis and thereof shall be fined not more rt and understood reasonably writ. charged a n January 1, 1941,
lean. S. E. Sparks and than $23 or imprisoned for not l / / Some volunteered lie) long ago Under the law. no rent higher
hop are candidates for more than 30 days or both. It that they have no doubt forgotten! than this may b* charged unless
making five candi- further provides that any person w I it. Others are volunteering every major repairs; or additions' have
lill three pouts. who uses or operates a motor w 1 day. Below.In n lint of thane who been made to the unit.

l allot may do so begin- the stamp does not appear on the hand I who are expected to atleml property owner to do is to obtain
just 24 and ending Sep- motor vehicle or boat In the manner the meeting at the Courthouse to. blank, fill It in and mull to the :
I', City Clerk Carl Johns provided In Regulations pre- night:, Gainesville" office '
>'ei day scribed under Section E and F (J. U. nai-ICHdalp, S. O. Denmark
shall be guilty of a misdemeanorand Mrs Mike Dew, Mrs. Fred Guy, Night Prowler
conviction Mi' and :.rr E. L. Flowers, L.
upon shall
11 I Homes be fined not more than $25. ,,- .. M. Gaines Mrs. C. A Knight, E.K. Causes Alarm
This Week -- Lee Mills Madge !MUldlcton,
Any person who used his car \s% t Judy McRae Mrs Lester Price Mrs. mil Brady, who rooms at

| Clute, realtor, recently for during the month of July is liable % mss' ? .,.. Robinson, Mrs. George E. Hupp. the home of Mrs, Theodore Tlaon
following rentals: Dr a stamp covering: the period Mrs. Rhoda Sumner., Mrs. George on West Madison street, and Mills| _
Jayne*' cottage to Miss from July I, 1942 through June Warren. Ed Prince, E. W. Hayes, Doris Crosby, who was spending
|kley. of Blandlng :'Cen- 30, 1943. and the cost of this F. C. Holllngsworth Miss Frances the nlghi'with her, had a scar

I Bertha Pearce's.cottage stamp these Is stamps$5. It is be necesaary purchased that Saturday, August 22, is the day set for all patriotic citizens of Florida to sell or Opperman, Mrs. Edward Burns, about midnight Tuesday, when amarauder .

i I Goldman, of the. Vic- through the Collector'of Internal donate their scrap iron rubber and other, "junk" so that it may be put to use in war Mrs. Glen Duke, Miss R y 811- their wandered for around outside *
Miss room hour ofso.
cox, Fannie an
Stlcox, 1. N.
[Jerlong's tary Supply apartment store; Dr to i Revenue Jack sonville, Florida, production, where it is drastically needed. *I" Pierce, Mr. p. L. Llnsln, Miss .. He was not di.cov.red.untll

btt Each of the',f oreJught ,and' it Is suggested that any person Governor Holland, has issued a proclamation calling on Floridians to gather in Junle Parilsh.v Mrs. R, K. .hIn., he had been there for sometime.
$:SJ: per month. 'who has not obtained the enough scrap iron to replace the cruiser w.hich. the Navy announced was lost in the Mrs. Grace Wslnwrlght. Mr* L. an4 then returned twice after being i
tamp should Immediately send In II. Jennings Mrs. 10. K. if rlghUned away by the girls' t
O' rented Mrs, ,Evelyn a\money order or certified checkto Solomoo-Ialands' battle,.-a total of 3,215 tons. Saturday, August 22, is the day set for this man, Mrs. Sam Anderpon Perry-Mr. cream.

aIDe to Bonnie -BerryI the Collector of Internal rally., .. Fannie Jon.* ,Mr.. .John Ty, _Th young ladles, both p twb_ llnwork..t
I per month. The Revenue, Jack sonvilleFlorIda. James ItoUlngsvvortlCMlM; ?:Marguerite Kq\?-\','got horn about
pt bought ''Mt'Pt.hyoi' : Those who 'wish to donate their scrap may dump it at Andrews Motor'.Co.:: on Sat
add'request that a stamp-be sent Deyorio.i D. W. McClel- 11:30: 'and bearing noises at the
and those who wish to sell their of Zeke
inola Links where'lthey aft'-once. urday, scrap may dispose it at Dryden's junkyard .
lan, Mrs. T. S. White, Mr. Charles back came around to the front
[ living, and his mother just south of town on Road 2c: Partner
B. S. Dlckman. and rang the door bell Instead of

[lie r will Mae occupy Kemper's this home.rest- Trailer Park Local Boy Scouts are aiding in the drive and have been busy this week making a $40 Is still lacking on the tower going( in at the rear entrance 1

rented to Mrs. Jamesof Shuts Up house-to-house canvass. In order to save time citizens are asked to estimate their iron !equipment.. II.anyone has a Mrs. Tlson let them In and thenwent
[ New ShopAfter and rubber as to approximate weight and tell the Scouts when i it will 1 be ready to be 93 DIM-or any other amount. on back to bed and to sleep
Jersey at $85 ; ; : The
that he would like to give, please girls, started to bed when
h, ne also rented the many disappointing circumstances picked up. After the scrap is located, trucks will ue avaliable to pick It up. ScoutmasterChas. drop in the Bradford County Telegraph they saw a man's face at the
bungalow at Keystone W. T. Clute's trailer II. Allen is in charge of this phase of the work. office and hand It to 11. window. They screamed and
o Capt. Ervin E. Stone park a mile south of Starke on A. Carlton, or mall It to him. aroused Mrs. Tison, who In turn
Hughes at $100 per Road 13 has closed. More than Residents of rural areas who have more scrap than they can haul themselves, should called T J. McIntyre who lives
SO acres of land were purchased notify County Agent L. T. Dyer, chairman of the Bradford County Salvage Committee, nearby, and LouU Singletary, who
several months ago by the who will arrange to have trucks sent for it.Here's Health Officials rooms with him. The man came

> Gathers AFACCO of Orlando which was Order CleanUpAround back three different times between
Mr. Clute the way to get rid of your scrap and put it where it will do some good:
represented and
by a midnight and 2 A. M. Mr
[Records; few thousand dollars were expended If you have a small amount which you wish to donate, leave it at Andrews Motor a dozen eating place McIntyre shot at him, and Mr.
( the in Co., this Saturday. In Stark were cloned over the
Still Ones on plot order to S ngletary spent the balance of

trailer make It a first-class, sanitary If you have a small amount which you wish to sell put it in your car and take it to Health week-end and by given the State the choice Board of of the night of at the Tlaon. home asa
-Langford Whlte camp. protection.It
Post the junk yard on Road 28. "closing up or cleaning up".
erlcan Legion has beene Tire and gasoline rationing, Because of unsanitary condl- waf not known whether h*
for the collecting and however have limited auto travelto If you live in Starke and have an amount too large to handle yourself, notify the Boy tlorui. Army officials were on the was a .thief or a peeping tOm,
fway of It034: worn-out such an extent that there la Scouts.If. verge of putting the offenders or both, as has been the case in
Hi records for the fight- no longer any demand for tourist "off limits" several Instances In Starke re.
of the United States. camp accommodations. you live outside of Starke and have a large amount, notify Mr. Dyer. trade was concerned.as far as Following soldier cently. '

ktt the drive,was to close close upon their heels state officials I
|5, It has been extended New River ChurchThere Low Cost HouseW. Blood Poisoning American Legion announced that If the Cemetery Working
ober 1. This has been places weren't fit for soldiers,
rder that the full goal will be dinner on the L. Anderson Is building a Otis Nelson, contractor with Attention. Legionnaires! The they weren't 'fit for civilians Thursday August 21, has been
reached-490,000 for groundu and a cemetery workingat low-cost house on McMahon street Blanding Center had a boll on regular meeting of the Jones- either, and proceeded to padlock net for an all-day working of the j
|and 37,500,000: for the New River Baptist' Church on Intersection with Road 48 his right arm which developed Into Langfora-Wblte Post of the them over the week-end. Dedan cemetery, according to an-
I a Thursday. Aug.27. Everyone is near nouncement made by L. B. Cron-
whole.in .
blood poisoning Wednesday of Monday morning both militaryand
in the northwest section of town.It I American Legion will be held at its
Starke or Bradford Invited and urged to come prepared has four rooms, and will later' last week. The physicians suc- "hut" Tuesday night August 25. state officers returned for by Monday Everybody who can
who have records-re- to work.Revival have a bath Mr. Anderson stated' ceeded In controlling It, however, at 8 o'clock. Some Important another Inspection and several of la urged to come and bring tools i
|of how old and broken I services will be held at Wednesday. Because h* Is doing before it spread throughout his business Is to come up before the the places were prevented from -hoes, rakes, etc., and spend the t

fequested to take them',! the church for a week beginning the carpenter work himself he body and be Is much Improved. meeting, and all members are reopening, and were given a final day.
the Bradford County Monday Aug. 31. at 8:30: p. m. is able to erect an attractive Mr, Nelson also has charge of the urged. to attend.H. chance to clean up.
the Eastern Auto Sup- Everyone,la Invited to come and home and yet remain within, the remodelling of the Park cafe. A. Carlton, Adjutant. C. A. Ilolloway who has been To Close Saturdays
r the office bring someone with you. with the State Board of Health
of'th. Clerk 1300: limit. It will be ready
cult -R. At Fort for 20 years, said that two or Beginning tomorrow August 22
Court In the H. Green, occupancy within a few days. Sugar Stamp No. 8
e. three of the worst offenders the local Rationing Board will
Church Clerk it. Treasurer. Mr. and Mrs.. Anderson and
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. w ey Sapp, clerk In the would be cloned permanently if close at 12 o'clock noon on Saturdays .
Base Protect *Life Line' and Mrs. E. M. Campbell, had local rationing board, announced they didn't Improve conditions at Dempsey Sapp, clerk an-
Opened to been living In Lex Green's house yesterday that "sugar tamp No.S once. nounced yesterday.
on Orange Street Just off Madison will be good beginning August ---
but decided to build for 23, and will expire October 21." Marines Land in South Sea Island
themselves. The Campbells mOVe Th'o! stamp has the same value as '.
ed Into their new home at McMahon heretofore .pounds, or 1-2
and Road 48 several Sill't pound per week for 10 weeks

weeks ago, and the Andersons F
are building next door to them. Kingsley Lake Baptist
In that same section, about two
blocks away on Grand and llth t The Kinsley/ Lake Missionary
r Nick Thomas la building for D. Baptist Church will hold Its regular -

r"i. E. Knight a $499.50 house, which services Sunday. Sunday
will be for rent. School at 11 A. )r., and preach.
ing at 12 o'clock by the pastor,
: the Rev. II. M. Tillman. A group
In Throat
Spider Y ; of the Bradford County Singing

a ,, Thursday of last week Mrs. r Convention will meet with them.
2Z Fred Sapp was carried to a Everybody Is welcome to all f t .

Jacksonville hospital because ol services. I
74 an unusual accident. While clos-
4 ing the back door at her home ''r Sub-District eet
she yawned and something drop- .
ped dwon her throat. She dU not I At 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon "
f know until the physicians had removed Snd Lt. W. Howard Moore son the Sub-Dlatrlet Union of 3 f" J a.
it that it was a spider, of Mr. and Mrs. D. \\'. Moor of I the Methodist Church held its retreat s w
embedded In Blame in now attending the at Cold Head Branch with
i ii which was deeply Shown here are tractors of the U. 8. marine c.rp.. a. they were
mmmmimm various
the muscles of her throat. She Artillery School at Fort Sill representative from the driven ashore ..m.where In the South Sea lat....... ThU .ctlm ccorred
oil**: baa been boll at T.becIslaa",, oft th* returned home Friday, and Is doIng Okla. Before starting active duty leagues in this lection./ Swim during a simulated landing by the marine, a. they established an cut.pat r'
..H isapanama ea1. help &bat "tlal 11Ie lIae_ nicely but expects to make with the Army Lt. Moore was ming, study classes and a picnic f.r Undo Sam and I Is pr.bablr typical of the manner in which
allt.Rear' Admiral" ClI.rd A... XA 15&b naval district another trip to the hospital for a manager 0 f a migratory labor supper were enjoyed b y those V. H. marines landed In the I.m.n Island, with supporting assaults
bJc:1a: .re?*lmd' ....ard speedy FT-boat en rout t* the cere- check-up. camp la South Florida. present. by Allied airmen. (Official V. S. marine photo). ,
marked commissioning .1 the aew base.

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Ickes ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
and Petroleum
"after the whistle blows" as he is on the announced Jointly that fuel oil I R. Swindell, for a few days.

kb The Bradford County Telegraph job. People who drive cars, with four or rationing on the East Coast may Grady Canon of Avon Park Is Va&2

Established 1877 five in them, should drive slow, take time, be unavoidable next winter. All visiting his sister, :Mrs. Daniel
Eastern Motorists were told by Raley.
should have safe-
MEMBER and be safe--every home the OPA to display, their gasoline Wilson May and family, who

W FLoRJD<\PRIiSS ASSOCIATION guards, stair rail: should be fixed, loose ralon stickers Immediately, because have recently returned from Author? of "How to Win Friends

NAnQ'W.EDITORIALASSoaAI'KW' rug should be taken up, make-shift ladders "it Is illegal for any service Charlotte were dinner guests of

1 0/4 1 should not be used. If these things are station attendant to sell gasoline Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May Sunday.Mr. and Influence People"

4+F it {e E. L. Matthews _________ Editor and Owner lines be kept moving to a vehicle unless the and Mrs.\ Lewis Roberts
done, production can sticker corresponding to the type and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.\ White

' + l SUBSCRIPTION KATE safely, and at the same time, insure the of book la conspicuously displayedon were shopping In Starke Saturday

.} Yearly, $1.73; Six Months. .1.04V safety of our homes. tbe car." :The rationing regulations .evening.
for new passenger auto- Miss Jessie Mae Brannen of
mobiles were amended to make Bartow and Raleigh Brannen of 'A LITTLE TACT
lp and Entered M Seo04 GOES A LONG
uMlshed Weekly on Friday
e These Are The Times members of the U. S. armed Hampton visited their aunts, Mrs WAY
ra s+ Clan Matter at the Foot Office at Starke. Fla "That Try Men's Souls" forces eligible to purchase new D. W. Moore and Mrs.' A. I.. Sul- When Jack London married, he took his wife to live
his mother Flora. Flora had
i is ,
can upon proof that a car livan Sunday afternoon.Mrs. always taken care
face needed for transportation between son, cooked for him and looked after him or
Safety Of School ChildrenIJepends "The task that we Americans now D. W. Moore was a dinner How she
residence and post of duty or on terly resented the fact that he had brought 4
2,' On Bus Drivers will test us to the uttermost. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bran- strange
t + official military business where no an into the house who insisted on doing for him !
With the opening of another school "Never before have we been called upon military vehicle is available. nen of Hampton Sunday. Orlando who had already, as she felt, taken her place ; II01J:
Mrs. L. T. Frunk of her
Never before affections. The mother's
for such -prodigious jealous wrath
month word of FARM PRICKS here with. her broke Into
term less than a away, a spent the '
of neurasthenia. She ,110
have we had so little time to do so much. husband who is employed at the quarreled constantly with
caution has been issued by The Florida Optometrists Livestock price ceilings would wife. The angry voices of these two bickerineSSie'
the times that try men'ssouls Crystal Lake Air Base.
Association, which calls attention These are require very complicated controlsof reverberated throughout the house, and disturbed r":
Mrs. J. A. MUIiken and children -
* ;1 p to the startling results of a recent sur marketing conditions, even to of Ocala spent Saturday herewith that he would have to stop working on his novels and? .
11 "Tom Paine wrote those words on a inspection at individual farina down the street to get his step-sister to -
vey conducted in five North Carolina coun Wickard I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. come "P'
Agriculture Secretary
stop the snarling and snapping.
drumhead by the light of a camp fire. That I L. Sullivan.
ties revealing that one-third of the appli said. Such ceilings would benefit How could these
W. S. and A. L. Sullivan scenes have been
was when Washington's little army of rag-, small packers, he stated, but Sibley ay',
cants to drive school buses were found to 'were business"vlaltorlf to Gainesville Here is the answer: Twenty year; after Jack Lon

:, t have visual defects. ged, rugged men was retreating across New would it becomeo not increase supplies., however If, Monday. death, his wife, Bessie London, confessed to Irving

er tl' Three applicants, the report showed, Jersey, having tasted nothing but defeat. the department necessary of Agriculture will Rev. Tyre of Lake City, preached Jack London's biographer, that she should have h
at Church Sun- her mother-in-law differently. should l
while all but General ordered that assist In working out a ceiling Hope Baptist have cater
; : were blind in one eye, one "And Washington "
and evening.G. Flora she confessed "and her ?
I he said. Mr. Wickard day morning petted and made h
, failed in two or more visual l tests. these great words written by Tom Paine be program reported the available meat sup- M. Bennett la visiting his boss, and we would have gotten along fine. But I 1,3,

1 The Optometrists Association points read to the men of every regiment in the ply .after deduction of Len d. daughter Mrs. C. Sullivan.Mr. young and wanted to do things for my husband, S.1

' T fi out that the safety of our children rests Continental Army, and this was the assur- Lease and Military requirements, and Mrs. C. Suhivan were clashed." '

+t t'' squarely on the shoulders of bus drivers ance given to the first American armed would furnish four pounds more evening.shopping In S tar ke Saturday Close your eyes for a moment' and ask yourself a
r meat per person between now and isn't an idea there that you can use. Are you having>t .
v during those periods when they are being forces: June 1943 than the average per Mrs. Mabel Sullivan and sons with an older person in your home, or with a more

d transported to and from school, and that it "The summer soldier and the sunshine capita consumption from July after Hugh a and visit Jack of, are several home weeks again enced person at the office? If so, why not profit by I

i j Is! imperative none be employed who have patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the 1931 through July 1940. The with her slater, Mrs. Rufus London's mistake? Why don't you do now what she*.
vision. All school bus it Agriculture Department estimated she had done twenty years ago? Why not pet the older
faulty operators, service of their country; but he that standsit the number of cattle on feed Crosby son and let him or her be the boss? Remember

'. points out, should be given periodic eye examinations now, deserves the love and thanks of man for market In the cornbelt stateson GUM BRANCH be old yourself some day; and, when you are, you,you

s as a sound safety measure. and like hell is not August 1 had dropped 19 per- want the
woman. Tyranny, easily cent from the, comparable figurea By Mrs. T. N. Norman younger generation crowding you out and neg
conquered ; yet we have this consolation withus year ago, apparently because ing you and ordering you about. Remember 1 fools

,: Accident Death Toll that the harder the sacrifice, the more imposition of ceilings on beef Mrs. Aubrey Sterns is spendinga ref and bicker and insist on having their way Why
: Than Wars prices caused feeders to deviate few days with her husband at you rise above fools? Why don't you use tact, dip]!
Higher glorious the triumph'"So from their plans as reported in Anniston, Ala. Mr. Sterns Is in and finesse?-tools that fools never use. It will 1 bet

h Already the War Department has announced spoke Americans in the year 1776. April this year.Secretary training there. more fun. It will win friends for you; you will i gain iD
Mr hnd Mrs. Dewey Warren of ence; and, deep down inside of you will take
"So Americans pr
44,143 killed and speak today. Wickard said I the lOU
persons ,
i $ corn supply la being used faster Starke spent two days recently in the fact that you know how to adroitly with p
missing for the first seven months Americahas -Franklin D. Roosevelt. with Mrs. Warren's Mr. China I
than corn is being produced, and parents, A few years ago, in Peking, met Douglas C
been at war. Of this number only 4,801are next year, "unlera we feed more and Mrs\ J. S. Sapp. who was traveling around the world on less than forty j

known to be dead. Manpower On The FarmIn wheat than usual "over 200 million Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McRae of lars per month. He told me that one of the most valid

Let's more bushels of corn will be Orlando were visiting relatives in lessons he ever learned, was this: As a young lad of J
the above I
compare record, with a recent address, John Brandt, headof ; utej than Is being raised this thin section Monday. or eleven, he swaggered home from school boasting ab

traffic, industrial and home accidents herein the National Cooperative Milk Producers year. There are still large stocks, Mrs. T. N. Norman had as din. his brilliant examination marks. His father listened,s
the United States where not however In the national ner guests last Thursday Mrs his for card
we are fighting granary, nothing, then reached into pocket a and o

and where we are all peaceful and where Federation, had some common-sense thingsto he said. Ruby lando, Mrs.Powell H. Klmbrough M. McRae, Mrs.of Or.A. wrote these words: "Let him that thinketh he stand
j t there is no battle going on, except for pro- say about agriculture in this country.On STABILIZATION OF WAGES: R. McRae, Mrs J. W. McRae and take heed lest he fall.
I that he thee ci
duction. the subject of the farm labor situation -I The National War Labor Board little son James, Mrs. B. M. Mc. Young Douglas was so impressed kept I
"'' I granted 'a n increase of 7 1-2 Rae and little son, Lynn and lit. for years as a book mark.
The national accidental death record he observed : God pity this nation and I cents an hour to 61,000 workers tle Misses Joyce and Pansy "It was the best dose of medicine I ever took,"be]

x for the first four months of 1942 shows its liberties if the farmers of America said in 40 New England and 11 Southern Crosby. dared, "and how I needed it! "

r/ that 37,000 persons have been killed in in- tomorrow, 'We are going to quit on Fridayat textile mills. The Board denied J. A. Harnage spent Saturday

dustry* homes, and motor 'ehicle'accidents four o'clock and we won't turn a wheel I to 32,000 any wage employees increase in,10 however plants, in Jacksonville, Mrs. Leila visiting Parrish.his daughter and little son, Rudolph, were dinner .1 Mrs. F. S. Shaw and

n America.For again until eight o'clock Monday morning.' of the Aluminum Company 0 f Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughter guests of Mr. and Mrs. of the State Farm were

the first five months Florida's We'd be licked before we started '. Our America and 900 workers in the Dorothy, and little son, Gerald W. McRae Sunday in the J'j her parent Mr. and Mn

leath record is a total of 801 persons killed men are going to the Army, as we expect Buffalo American New Magnesium York, plant Company of the and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp 'Level section. Conner, Sunday.

.n industry, traffic, public places and home them to go, and we likewise expect what because these workers "had received

..accidents-traffic accidents alone, are responsible ever is necessary of the manpower on the average hourly rate increases I
't for 262 fatalities, or nearly two farm to go and work In defense factories. the sufficient 13 to compensatefor
percent rise in the
;i persons killed every day on the highway.All But until such time as the manpower of the cost of living which had occurred P'lHIItn'l

accidents are caused either by city has been used to the extent of more between January 1, 1941, and

. ignorance, recklessness carelessness than 40 hours May. 1942." The Navy acting iltnrfJtf4
or and a week, they have no right to under orders from President

y the accidental deaths represent more than draw from agriculture men and women out Roouavelt, took the strike-bound

', 6,000 man hours lost daily-enough to builda of the 70-hour category.." plant of the General Cable Company .Yot'Can

tank each day in Bayonne. New Jersey. .
or a fighter plane Food is
as to this
war as The strike occurred at the plant,
days. \
bullets. We have obligated ourselves to working exclusively on production it timeANY
Life cannot be measured by dollars and of war materials after the NWLB spot every

cents, nor by the hardships the loss of these supply other United Nations with gigantic had refused a request for a gen.

people place upon their families. quantities of foodstuffs which they cannot eral wage increase. housewife can tell you that in wartime. you hoe I

L t'', The Florida Safety Council is now obtain elsewhere. If the farms are drained !. TIn ARMED FORCES ,
waging a war against accidents of The Army announced an Intensive something extra into housekeeping to a
just as hardas manpower, that food supply cannot be recruiting campaign to enlist w'

our fighting men are fighting in Europe. produced. In some sections of the country, 100,000 skilled mechanics and q,1.\ bright and cheerful. And housewives know that I

They want to enlist every man, woman, and lack of for is technicians for service in the _4'; y ; brighten !
manpower farming
child In this campaign. Everyone already Army Air Forces, the Signal .4, Coca-Cola, sparkling, refreshing, helps to
can play forcing 'curtailment of operations. This i Is Corps and the Ordnance Depart. '. in it.
apart s a real and imminent problem, and must be ment. All applicants must be most important part of home. the people

Every worker should be just as safe solved. male U. S. citizens between the KI
ages of 18 and 44, inclusive, and For COCa-COIa has a unique, extra something that

' ;" : THIS WE'EKIN all their must selective obtain service clearance boards.from The '- apart. a finished art In its making that pw|
:1 THE
, WAR War Department said It will train
. ,. dogs as sentries''messengers, pack 'T unmatched taste-appeal. .with an i

\ Week(,A marin summary. *t Information on the Important developments. or the dog::, airplane spotters and for
available by official after-sense of refreshment.That's .
lourcei In the, Office of Government other
Reports purposes.
Washington. D. c.) Dogs for Defense
Inc., a private
organization, <
> Coc*
will continue to act as the why no imitator can' copy it. That's why
Bernard M. Army's
Admiral William O. Leahy, the to study the guaranteed for at least three- procurement

President's Chief of Staff, In a The entire President synthetic said rubber the program. fourths of the time they are in will be trained agency at and the the Quarter.dogs has the quality and delicious goodness so wUely i
radio broadcast Commit. the area.
August 9 markIng master Remount
' t the first tee's finding will "form a basis Depot at Fort mined alL
and welcomed
anniversary of the The OWI reported an arrange- Royal Virginia.TRANSPORTATION. by
Atlantic charter, said "this war for future action not only with .
to ment has been concluded betweenthe ,ail e
synthetic ruber
;will probably be long. It will be but
the toughest, hardest, moat merciless I also such matters as nationwidegas U. S. and Mexico making possible Mall deliveries and pick-ups pPl Wartime limits the supply of Coca-CoU. Thow doe
war rationing and motor trans temporary migration 0 f face curtailment 01 firrt ch <* I
we have ever fought. In many locali! e% .IIa you cannot get It.remembers Coca-Cola,being
It calls for the united power of portation. The OPA said It .Is Mexican farm workers Into this ties because of lack of men and d' eyng first to Ak tot It each time.No matter how shod the W" I
planning a universal ration bookto the go.
every American, In uniform and Country to help I combat the need to conserve trucks and I t'x changed to aot |
be Into ; the of Coca-Cola will not be
out of uniform on the firing line put the hands of every seasonal farm labor shortage, especially tires the Pout Office Department goy i quality
and on the American as part of Its machinery announced.
production line In the southwest. Definite curtailment
I have no doubt of America's decision. to handle rationing of
." many commodities which do not AIRBORNE DIVISION plans were announced for Wash

Vice Chairman require rationing at present. The The Army announced formationof ington, D. C., and Detroit. The
Batt of the War
Office Office of
said Defense
traveling salesmen Transportation
two completely airborne divisions 01\
Production Board, on the same will not be permitted more thana consisting of about 8,000 said local transport systems Faml1lH.orkln'tJJ.n ;:

I' radio program said the public B ration book in addition to ; men each to be stationed initiallyat throughout the Country will face schedules tohouse thel Job asl.

must see to It that,all waste and I their A books. Camp Claiborne, La. The War ',the heaviest load in history by ,t burden*"'. In I'll

Department said more than 7,000 'mid-September. The ODT pro Ic..e: .
scrap metal Is collected and "sent FARM LABOR SUPPLY hibited homes ,.
to the volunteer Officer Candldated railroads, effective Sep # '" 1I sr
t mUls-qulckly. There is LCoetreeh!
Agriculture tember 13 CI
Secretary Wickard from
plenty of iron and steel scrap .'. I (men damnified as 3-A volunteerfor hauling refrig fIIk.
That must get back to the furnaces announced the Farm Security Administration officer training) have been erator civilian and box: cars carrying I l1ahtcD chI

If the steel needed for the and the U. S. Employment inducted into service The De- loaded to freight unless they are

war ]la to be produced. I Service will recruit additional partment said In a short time it capacity.
will place orders for a large
d. SCHOOL, BUSSES AFFKOTED II where workers for farmers In quota of wool cloth which will TIIERESSABy
areas there are seasonal
The Office call for moat of the Mrs,
of Defense Transportation'said shortage of labor. The workers domestic H. D. May
s; approximately 4,000.- wool clip now available.
will be recruited only after the Mrs. P. M.
r 000 school children Dickinson and chef
S' who ride dally farmer
and the Employment Ser S17GAJR BONUS dren
7l in 93,000 school buses will be affected were shopping in Palatka
vice have been unable to obtain Sugar Friday.
1 : ration stamp number 8
kt ODT's
by order to
+ school bus services.recognize'all The workers locally. The workers will be good for five pounds of Mrs. Arthur Milllken and chit
1J must be paid the prevailing wage in the ten-week dren of
sugar period be. Ocala
v? plan c a l 11 l s' for staggered bus were guests of her
? schedules and denies special bus to be determined by the Farm ginning August 23 and ending parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. X* Sul / f
Security Administration, but In October 31, the Office of Price livan, Saturday. 0
service for students
who have less I
1; no case less than 30 cents an Administration announced. While James
Triest. who
than two miles to walk to and hour. been
from school (with certain exceptions not changing the basic ration of employed In Starke for some
' k ) and where areas are ser If the workers come from a distance one-half pound per person per time has moved back to his old The bestis
1i:$ viced by public carrier routes. farmers must pay transportation week, It will enable consumers to home here. '
costs to 200 miles make purchases in larger units Walter
F up Sibley and Mrs. E. S. always the better buy
RATIONING' and the FSA will pay for addi- and facilitate the disposal of 5. Sibley were shopping in Palatka
$J'' '; President Roosevelt set tip a tional mileage. The workers must 10 and 25-pound packages. Wednesday.Sam "". AUTHOIUTY wr mm.twtA-to.m COMPANY .],
t three-man committee headed by I be properly housed and work Price Administrator Henderson Swindell of Ocala .is visit ORKEmlO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.


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laps Pay Dearly C. E. Harper has sold his home :

Time-Table Japan was paying a high price here Wealey Andrews. We. are With i F. R. CarradineI'ARTY Jl

Asiatic Delayed by for the occupation of three western glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. :I

Aleutian islands.] That was. evident Andrews as permanent citizens of I

5. Offensive in Southwest Pacific; when a navy communique disclosed our town and hope we will not I FOR CHOIR A CiKNTIKV.KMN:-; There is a certain' amount of petting
that 21 Jap ships had been sunk or lose Mr. and Mrs. Harper. I A pleasant] party for the choir The "Societies and
: for betterment cajoling the even
k Air Force Now Active in Europe; damaged, an undetermined numberof James Gnann of Jacksonville of the Methodist church wan held of the negro" would howl at this In our State. Why Either: wo
at the
airplanes lost and important was visiting here Saturday after residence of Mm. GeorgeW. are right in our observation that
Continue Caucasus shore installations had been blasted Roberta the night of August article premature because of the ,
sians Retreat noon.Mrs. I a subversive element Is at work
since the Invasion was first under- Nellie Witt and Junell 13. The party, after practicing war and yet Inevitable] becauseof or some whit business) men lire
taken. Plowner' of Miami for choir service repaired to the 1 I
Wb.. .pinI.a. .,..."...... I....... ..I.m., ,. are spending the en roach ment of the negro elevating the negro ego to for.
HOTEl .. Roberts
081'1'' ." .'" 1).1.. aSW. ...I..te sad 55. 5IeUarUy St IM hay. .a.w.lb.p.p..Si.) Latest exploit was a surprise at- some time with Mr. and Mrs. M. residence', where, after upon the dignity of the South. : ward their particular business or
Released by Western Newspaper Union. __ _ tack by an American task fore on I.. Watterson.Mrs. playing several enjoyable games, both Ant In our opinion '
This Is
Kiska I punch and cake being written: a* a realls-
harbor. Caught unawares, Freeman Cramer arrived wereOt'rvf'd./ white man who makes a social \
MON ISLANDS : RUSSIA: the Japs replied to the first Amer Tuesday from Sedalia Mo., to (Gene Edwards did not break any tic sequel to the happenings In equal of a negro, or belittles u '

ican shells with anti-aircraft fir*. join her husband who i I. stationed glasses). Among those. enjoying; Ibis county, and in Jacksonville, white man to a Is lower ,
eJ Landed Cossacks No BarrierThe In the raid, the navy said shore at Camp Blandlng. the evening* were: Misses Easley within recent weeks. The ravish- than the negro and Is inviting' I I\

marines had landed. The Jap- emphasis which Russian com batteries were silenced by crullers What's wrongMr! *. K. B. Watterson Shuford Ernestine Moore Lou ing, and attempted rape, of white racial war and miteldo of white

Solomon Islands northeast muniques placed on "saber-bearing and destroyers fires started In th* is late at Sunday School Edwards, Margurlte Walnwrlght women. It has long been an Issue. supremacy That will. without II, \

rslm were the sit*. After Cossack suggested that the Red enemy camp area, a cargo ship ap every Sunday. Vera Mae Mosely, Jean Edwards with some Yankee statesmen _. doubt, mean the end of the ux>rld.
ot savage fighting theli forces in the Caucasus parently sunk and "the only resistance Miss Jeanina Cook Is Louise Autry Margaret Carter of
(days lacked the spending; the lynch law. It is. natural that There Is no case in history where
were reported consolidating heavy tank and armored equipmentwith craft."encountered was from air this week In Green Cove Springs Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. V D. Sll- any sympathizer with the negro the negro, the true African negro "'

oiitioni on three key Islands which Nazi advances had previously with her grandmother' Mrs. Minnie cox: : of Starke; Mimes Virginia cause would carry negro precincts has ever' shown that he as a

. I Florida and Guadacanal. been repelled. Kiska i fa the Jap*' main has in Marclonny.< Anders and Caroline Moore, Jacksonville at balloting time and It Is race, could take the white man's) t,

lii'e on Tulagi. aside from its The appearance of new geographIc the Aleutian, although the Nipponese Mrs. B. A. Beymer left Friday ; Meaner Paul IIInkIns, common knowledge that we have place In the great Institutions of four

name in the communiques have also occupied Attu and Ag- for Durham, N. C., to join her Billy Burney. Phillip Shuford. I had some politicians from the Democracy, Through he'

Cherkess Kotelnikovskl. Krasnodorand gattu. at the tip of the Island chain. husband. Sgt, Beymer 'who Is Billy Edwards. Billy Crosby, Civil War days to the present ages' when both whites. (and '

< t Maikop-Indicated the rapidity stationed at Camp Butner. James Wainwilght George Shu time who Mere unscrupulous negroes were provincial], even

with which the German steamroller WAR SITUATION: MIHS Elizabeth Eiland of Jacksonville ford. R. W. Moseley, Bobby Plum- enough to do anything for a vote. primitive, there has bean no

had been able to flatten out Russian Realism Required vIsited relatives' here ]lust mer, Curtis Lanler and GeorgeRoberts Thank God we still have a South marked improvement In the negro

resistance and move on to new ob week-end. Jr.William with men who have the dignity ,Intellect.: Except for an oceiMlon-

jectives. Examining the war situation with Miss Lois Ditty, member of the C. (Bill) Woolen Jr. and guts to ee. In spite of hell : at anomaly, every Improvement In \
Ther. was no doubt that Russia cold realism. Senator Millard E. school faculty, spent the weekend of Atlanta spent several and, hlghwater, that the white the negro race can be directly] attributed -

needed a second: front and knew it. of Tydings the senate, ranking naval majority member I at her home in Wllllston. I with his parents. Mr. dayshere anti I man will for all time be the to their aping of the

A Soviet communique acknowledged affairs committee Mills Edna Dudley visited' relatives Mrs. W. C. Wooten. Bill will be superior race In our great nation. (i white race or to I thorn negroes
that one swift thrust had that a United Nations in Newberry last week-end Inducted Into Uncle Santa Air I The present war, the last war with white blood In their ,veins.

brought the Nazis to Mineralyne victory 1944 at the cannot earliest.be expected before Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and Corps Tuesday, August 18. Hill anti subsequent wars nil tend. to I i Can those of our leaders, who
And added
Vody only 140 miles as the crow Maryland children of Lawtey were guests\ has been In the Air Corps Reserve promote racial equality becaui, father the belief that all men are
flies from the oil wells of Crozn,.. American senator, the sooner the Sunday of Mrs. Durban's parents since May. He is extremely the negro Is allowed to do a smallprirt I,il equal really believe It, or d.) they
people realize what lies popular
But things were not completely] ahead, the better off the United Mr. and, Mrs. J, L. Williams. In Bradford county and! carries towards fighting for till* I have a reason for saying soT
hopeless. While the Germans had States will be. Mrs. Opal Smith of Homestead with him the best wishes of country. I He Is put In Army, I i I They should be the last to believesuch
seized some oil in the Maikop area and Mm. Dorothy Lee of Alabamaare many friends. camps, wears the same uniform a thing when we know that
of the .It ought to be perfectly obviousto spending this week AS the white soldiers I all in
Caucasus. the big prize was with their Mist and has officers success this country Is due
still out of their any one that barring some wholly parents Mr. and I\Ira. Caroline Moore\ young to certain to mental
reach. Between John II. up I' rank. This attainments and e: them and Baku rose the barrier of unforeseen" and unpredictable] Parker. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.( n.V.. importance In rank Is growing 1"'I'It' (something, except for
event. he said In a radio broadcast Moore of Jacksonville Is here for
the Caucasus mountains. Moreover. with each war. That la borne the above mentioned anomaly, the
"there is not a chance for this a stay with relatives.Mru. ] :.
Marshal Timoshenko's forces were GRAHAM out by that fuel that we now negro neither present nor gives.

contesting every mile of advance for war it ending to end 1942.before and little 1944 chance at the fly :\1",. L. 4.'. Smith ville V. R. Rowe of Jackson have negro aviators and the last reason to believe h i they profit
ADMIRAL GHORMLEY stubbornly.In spent Thumiay. : of lust week war illil not produce any such th rough the latter.

\\lt unleashed Ieu! Dugs. an area north of the Caucasusthe earliest.Nations unless are willing of course to submit the United to. Mrs. Leo .Ayers' of Columbun. with her, parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. animal. The white !people of the I The law has never stopped the

was an airdrome in the Russian position was grave for a Hitler-dictated peace. Miss., ID visiting her parents Mr. J. M. ReiMlsh.Charles South are being slowly] worn rape of white women by negroes!

said to be the best in Stalingrad industrial city of the Volga Senator and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, for a Howe of Jacksonville down by erosion of I their I'I'I/lc-I| except In those cases where they
ins Tydings said it is useless
was menaced by a Nazi pincers few days.Mr. was In Luwtey Thnrsdiiv of last I Iples concerning, the nee-ro. <1mlunlly were, cnught Hut the South has
.. ..._
r seclor tn, hnnft for. _r..vnlt_ ___. _rt. .1._. r5.._ '
Ifectiveness of the entire of- movement from the Kletskaya area -rn. and Mrs. Ri,>y Reynolds! and week. the negro Is enronchlng upon Its own manner of determent anti
man people against the Nazi.
was Indicated by a commu- on the north and the Kotelnikovskl] children of Reddick were vMtlng Mi- and Mrs.\ Bryant Reddish I the domain, the privileges and / will ever rt'lalrthat light, coma
from General MacArthur's sector in the south. "It Is well to remember that the friends and relatives here over and family of Jacksonville: spent the rights ot the white num. Is what will. It behooves our loaders

larters In Australia which re- German people whether Nazi or the week-end.' Sunday with the parents of Mr. I this country to be taken over by as never' before, to find a

I that the marines had cap- INDIA: Mr and Mrs. Olin Graves and Reddish Mr. and )Mr*. V. R. I I ncgroea from. tile whites aLl It was remedy for M situation that is not

| Japanese airfield on Guada. Gandhi SpinsAs ]little daughter Shirley, of Daytona Reddish. taken from (the Indians It Is to the liking of the Southern

land. Beach have moved to our MI's. Whitehead (Opal I'eola) I known that the South Is being white man. The negro has never

I on India and massing Mohandas K. Gandhi workedat section returned Monday from Fort asked gradually< to accept, as asocial won a war for this country and

i along the Siberian frontier his spinning wheel in his sumptuous Mrs. Jeanette Matt of Biooker Clellan, Anniston, Ala., aft MC.j equal H people that all history It Is our belief that enlistment

anese command did not like prison in the Aga Khan's pal was visiting her "later. Mrs. spending a week with hubby At.u proves to be not only Inferior records of the aimed service of

i of an American offensive in ace. the harvest of his passive resistance George Rivers Saturday.Mr. soldier In his Unrlex' Army. I In HI''ay matter mental development i this country will show a vast

lemons. An offensive it was, campaign against the British and Mrs. W L. Phillips of Opal misses Al but Is glad to be I or capability of developing difference, per capita between
\\t. with the intent of regaining was a series of bloody riots that Jacksonville were vixlting Mr. back In Florida. Says Alabama I mentally, sense of obligation -r voluntary enlistments. of white
spread to the far corners of India. a readlnrrw to and negro men.
ntory, cutting a wedge into and Mrs. F. M. Griffin, over the really belong to the Indians. to
se i supply lines and carrying Madras, heart of India's war industries week-end. They were Aviation Mechanic Wallace Mc tilbal and jungle barbarity rind Supporting the attitude. we assume .

|it t 110 the enemy. populous Bombay, Wardhain home by their daughter accompanied Donald, son of Mr. and MI'''. J. U. absolutely no regard, for the marl- we would. like to enumerate

marines were only a part of the central provinces and Madurain Alma, who has been visiting her McDonald of Lawtey, returned, to tal vowu, which Is further provedby the rape cases. within the la't

eking task force under com- the far south had been the scenes aunt for several weeks. his base at Langley Field Vu. the million of Illegitimate month within 100 micro. of Bradford .

lot Vice Admiral Robert L. of outbreaks despite official threats Mr. and Mrs. R. S. VVasdln Tuesday after spending several' negroes anti, the fact that no con it County. Early I In July

ey. They performed the nec. of death and flogging for all who business visitors to Jacksonville were days with his parents. hold a negro guilty of bigamy found an attempted rape one

[ landing and cross-country took part in the revolution. That Wednesday Mrs. J. L. Harielt has returned no mutter how many wives ha mile north of Lawtey; 'later, a %,

operations. But back of the British had the situation well Pvt Jewett from, Moultrie, Ga., where she has had. This Is a sad situation young girl was assaulted( several

as stout naval power and In hand was indicated by the fact: Blanding opent the Fogg week-end of Camp with was called to the bedside of her that Is fathered by .some of our times) lit Jacksonville; still later aI1oar.oIi
[air forces which : the that the disorders were sporadic brother Mr. Don lenders and the South la ever
gaveC his mother, Mrs."''C. Fogg. .. Fryer Thin girl worker, .at King
"i a superiority'the' Jaft. !Bad! and confined to big cities whereasthe Mrs. H. H. Mott and children column regrets to advise that hopeful'that the aftmmalh'of the l' Edward cigar factor,)'!. In Jacksonville .

> held. fected.countryside was virtually unaf, -. MiltonKenneth. ,n and____ _HnWA__ ___, _>_fRrooker Uncle'' Don Is weilou ill lie Civil War will never have to t be $ WU rtiDeil_ :, and_ n_ jit__ .Mu.huntn ._. S
were suffered a cerebral, hemorrhage re-enuctocl. The South has, since I Ga, a 65 year old man, a
! visiting Mr. and
AIR FORCE : Meanwhile in Washington, the "SENATOR TYDINGS" Mis. a. W, Rivera Saturday.Mrs. several weeks ago and is con. the Civil War, been con..l 1944 ,1..
f in Europe state department made it clear that at tarlicil. R. S. Wasrlin and Mlax sidered In a serious condition. We land of Ku Kluxers and lynchers. I were murdered, and the
American military forces In India are sure that we voice the To woman raped before being'
long-aaited Myrtle Thomas were MI's.Wudin's hopes a ceitnln extent that I Is true, mur-
entry of Amerl- had non-Nazi have been winning almost visiting j
been ordered to "exercise of liii friends. ] dered. Ha the law
many here In trustIng but except for Instances' when caught any
ling planes on a large scale scrupulous care to avoid the slightest constantly ever since the war started mother :Url! Lacy Kd- 'of
1 wards of he will effect a complete recovery force WarS justifiable, there have : them f Only one, the negro In
air war took place participation in India's internal The soones we realize the grimness Starke. last week.EVERGREEN .
j Georgia who
J- S. been no lynching In the South.It I practically gave
lIghting craft engaged and gigantic size of the task
political problems A statement explained
One of the more popular columnists Is also known himself up by not having a draft
erational sorties. that "The sole of ahead, the sooner!! we will /have; a : u ,
purpose avers that thorn who negro wus lynched for violation. : card. You can look for this sit
baptism was regarded as a the American forces in India Is complete comprehension of thegreat ny Mrs. F. A. Router change the : uation to become:
minds of worse bet-
of not
Congress Iwhile
demands needed in blood and as woman or for other i
Dir of the ]I
; time when the sky to prosecute war of the United Nations to the ten, UNTIL!
payment of Just allowancesto good causes that had
treasure. Mrs. MaRie Brannen. Mrs. lynching
ermany would be filled with against the Axis powers. I I There I If
non-laden American planes. Cecil Day, Mrs. Inman Nettle dependents of service men, deserve more effect on the other negroesthan no intention of thiscolumn

e Initial operations United PRIMARIES : DOCTORS : and children were visiting Mrs. resounding cheers for their all the law with It* slow ( to suggest that the negro

Shier squadrons flying in Herbert Norman In Luke City part. We agree with this columnist procedure and loop holes, and Its. be prosecuted but It Is very Insistent
1 'with Royal Air Fore units con- Triumphant FishAs Getting Scarcer Wednesday.Hollls and add that Congress lawyers who find these holes. that he remember for isis

. hree needs for doctors in the deserves resounding JI2URS; for The South simply refuses to alt ,I own ultimate! welfare that he Is
flights over the French political wlsea<*ye> examinedthe Mounting Brannen of Brooker was ;:1 a *
Twenty other aerial missions results of primary elections in armed services' will make necessary visiting friends and relatives] here ever passing: this law. with neiiroeN, go to school with negro.This
'er the of medical Mr. and Mrs.. Albert Bellot and them and associate with them. !|,I U, not a tirade against
sea and eight were In. five states one conclusion emergej. a speeding up trainingand last week.
ion sorties off the coast of Isolationism was apparently fadingHAMILTON an expansion of their practiceby Mrs. J. S. Sapp and childrenof Mrs. A. M. Brown mother of, It does. Insist that a negro call ai!|'i the negro. It. I I" the simple truth

according to a communi. physicians remaining In civilian Greenwood and Mrs. Ed Clubb Mrs. Bellot, spent the past weekend I white man mister and ever remember -I'nightmare I'a horrible fact that we face, a

the United State European and Miss Mildred Sapp of Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard he Is a negro. The South of tremendous propor-
life.This Forsythe at beautiful I[ lions. that i U growing and will
rters In does
,.' was made evident when were visiting Mrs. J. S. Camp For- I general not sanction, nor
while the RAF' assaults on statistics released in Washington Ros'er Sunday. syth near the Stelnhatchee river tolerate complacently, that min someday blossom Into sorrow and

s industrial centers continued showed that the country has 60.000( Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Reddingand In Dixie County. ', ute part of Its population that has : bloodshed for our nation ,Jf It Ifl
other III Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bellot I I always and will not curbed, while there Is yet time. 4
blisteripg attack on doctors whereas needs for militaryand son were visiting Mrs. Jean were ever, ,
In which high in Cross City visiting relatives) with the negro. It does not want
explosives civilian functions will require Gasklns Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I,I
over the Building Permits
Diaries were again rained 140,000 physicians. As a result of Cecil Day returned to her week-end. to resort to force again to correct -
effectiveness of the Brit- this situation selective service home at Haines City after spending Mrs. J. M. Reddish spent mv- this situation that Is growing John W. Thomas, August 12

.blitz was attested by Dr. Jo. ,headquarters said local boards had the past week with her parents eral days In Jacksonville with her I dally but through the columns of $100 for moving ready-built house

obeli. German minister of already begun to reclassify physicians Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bran daughter, Mrs. V R. Rowe. every paper In this country control I I from Camp Ulandlng: to Staike
'"da. who admitted that Ger.IUfTerIng who can be spared from civil nen. Mrs. A A. Annli. returned Monday of this condition should! be near A. L. Alvarez; II. E. Knight.

"Paln*"> wounds" p' ian service. Miss Iretta Brannen attended from Palm] Harbor and ursjed. To tell the negro that I August 12. $490 to erect frame

e RAF'i summer offensive. For every 1,000,000 men In the the bridal shower given In honorof Tampa after spending several now and forever he U not, and' residence 18\3O: feet on lot 5,

rtiele' for -Das Reich." army approximately 6,000 doctorsare her cousin, Mrs. Bill Roberta, days: vacation with friend. and will never be, the social or mental block 27 of Temples] Addition;

: required. The navy's needs are at Lake Butler Wednesday nightof relatives. A c com panylng Mrs. equal of the white man Here, August t 12 Ben F, Hall contractor -

6,500 physicians to every 1,000,000 last/ week. Mrs.\ Roberts wan Annls wan Miss Louise Autry, In the South, we Insist upon It. and A. J. Thomas, owner, secured -
Board Reshaped men. President Roosevelt's recent formerly Miss Milo Crawford. who Is making her home with the There seems to be a campaign ] permit for $4,800 to erect

J.el dogs statement that 4,000,000 men are already Mlas Thelma Vazard has Annls'. i fathered by some subversive ele. 1-stoiy frame residence 40 x CO
arown returned -
I service' were cray In their under arms indicates that to her home at Tltunvllle Mrs. B. L. May returned to her I ment telling the negro that he .a. !\ feet on tots 13 and 14 of block

eral board when added to the 24,000 doctors are ticketed for military 'after spending several weeks with home in Belle Glade following the equal of the while man. I 11 of Temples Addition- -corner
Inox Secretary service. The There Is evidence of It. Walnut und WwthlngtoJatreet....
announced army recently her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. several days' visit with Mr. and every
t th...., 'b"_',_,_"Leee.... a They reorganlii declared It will need 20,000 more by John B. Grlfflc Mrs. A. A. Annlt. Mrs. May Is
I were the end of the year.MISCELLA"Y. the sister of Mr. Annls.
Arthur Hepburn retired : FISH Try Our Warm Weather Special
Thin column advl*:*'! several
chairman of the ". preuur iu/Kl tier* ntnk. VANDERBILT
and Admiral' months ago that a return match
etired former commander.Thomas C. out of the picture as a prime political I : I Hy AIlHS) Vrlnria Norman between Soldier Tommy Gomez of ] COLD PLATE LUNCHIT'S

,1!the!) Asiatic neet. issue. Misses Geneva Rosier and Velma Blunding and Sailor Tommy

functions are to ad- Outstanding example of this trend Norman spent the week-end in Tucker of the Naval Air Base A TKEAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS::

p secretary on ,matters of was the result In President Roose LONDON: : Soil that had not been Gainesville with ,r elatlve at Jacksonville would be arranged. -

The navy said the boar(,.. velt's home bailiwick.' Dutchess: cultivated for almost 2.000 years has Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier ,and It also offered to give the |

lncr.asr"P ar ?SlblIUies had county. New York where Congressman been reclaimed for wartime food family of' Bootsey Beach attended winner to anyone caring to bet.

since America' Hamilton Fish prewar critic production in Britain Lord Wooltrn church service at Water Oak The winner of this bout will be K 8M CAFE

pl0 the war and th' t the re- of the Presidents foreign policy. I food minister announced. This last Sunday Before returning the sailor. Decision In 10
allan brought land which is producing oats, wheat This match will be
to ffe board won renomination by a threetooneratio. home they visited Mr. and Mrs. staged rounds'j
well lualifted Fish and potatoes, ha I not been In crop Jacksonville ball park of Walnut and Madlnon
roblems to deal withrising Informed of his success H. L, Norman and family. ; Corner !
out of the' said: "Prewar Issues were sunk. at since the days the Romans moved William Rosier of Palmetto In I September 4. Better get your
the district.WASHINGTON I
Pearl Harbor. spending a few days here with seats catty !
I I CO contradictory : : Senator Henry
IE While results appeared Milton and Huston Norman
lo/IICL/ In other states, the trend dine Cabot rations Lodge Jr.for suggested politicians that be gas-cut Mr. and Mrs. Ray White and Herbert' ILiiiard. I'a4t r I SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! :
seemed to be running in this direc little daughter Judy of GaJn..
Ses ,
In farm so that traveling salesmen] in eastern Sunday School at 10
r been income have tion. Although: Democratic voters vlll were visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. The
able states could have more motor Morning Worship at
cost to outrun rises defeated two prewar opponents of Levy Norman and family Sunday AND ECONOMICAL!
In 01 livln" 'It was di.- the administration's foreign policyin fuel. Lodge asserted that the recent afternoon. Pastor will I preach Subject"f'rlenfJt"
a department gasoline rationing order deprived .
e, of agrlcul- other states, these defeats were Mrs. P. D Reddish and children -
Which showed salesmen of adequate gasoline Evening Worship at 8:30.: Subject RIDE THE BUSSES
me that while attributed by most observers to local of Hellbronn
of farm and was "destroying their live Springe spent I of the sermon "Paul on the
Per cent families( aver. dissatisfaction rather than emphasis lihood." Sunday here with Mr. and MraEnoch Way to Rome."
Jr. three higher In IW1 and on national Issues. The defeated MEXICO CITY: The Mexican Kelly and family.] Courteous, Correct Information

the months of 1942 candidate In this case were government gave the screen actor. Mr, *. Lois Robert and little home here with Mr. and Mrs. .
comparable Given You At I
UVlnl COsts had Period in Representatives Martin Sweeney of Ramon Novarro permission to enlist son of Vanderbilt are pending a H. L. Norman .and family, .

. alelp.nethlrd. Increased Ohio and Harry B. Coffee of in the United States army with few days with friends and relatives Mr. and Mm Miller Johns and
tt1ltPtd the rise In- Nebraska. Both were veterans In out losing, his Mexican citizenship in Linden. children of New River were vis sting .. I
In living of service In the House. It was announced' 'her*. Mlns Geneva Rosier formerlyof Mr.. and, Mm. L. L. Renfroe I.
-- ------ -- Gainesville, Is now making her and family last week., I

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Birthday Party six months In the guard Mt
get flowers

1\:\ '.1I SOCIETY and CLUBS For Eloise DobbsMrs. !Host At Weiner Roast house anddo not have to stand Well I guest that's

Alton Dobbs entertainedabout Henry Manama, Jr., was host court martial. Arriving in camp, for now, but r just lh
to a number of young friends you are taken to the infirmaryfor to know
Miss\ Bobbie Cameron 45: at a delightful that i
PlannedThe guests at his home
; Mrs. Gorman: Weds Benefit Bridge a weiner roast given oil and job. '
an grease right
and I you'
Entertains For Guest party Wednesday afternoon, Aug. here Monday night. hope
Dr. Sternberg In Detroit Woman's Club will and At the Infirmary patients are
i 12, at her country home honoring After roasting Love and klup
a benefit bridge party Thursday night, August 11, the marsbmallows. the young divided Into two classes: ((1))
Mrs. Florence Ruth Gorman, sponsor her small daughter, Eloise, on toasting
,1 Wednesday night, August 28, at 8 Miss Bobble Cameron, daughter I people enjoyed games and dancing Those who have colds and ((2)
of Mr. and Mrs.! M. W. occasion of her third birthday. -
11 4 I daughter o'clock, at the Y. W. C. A.. 218 of Mrs., H. E. Tucker, entertainedat until a late hour. Those who have athlete's f"ot. If Office Sup ,
Hogan of Detroit and Daytona The living and dining rooms i enjoying the evening with cold get feet County p net,
Those have a
Walnut St. Tickets are 25: their home at 428 East South you you your Telegraph
{ Beach and Dr Sam Sternberg, North from were beautifully decorated with the host were: Betty Turner, swabbed with iodine. If you
n cents and may be bought street in honor of her guest,
isii on of Mr and Mr. N. Stern- the door. Re- an assortment of mixed zinnias Wanda Pearce, Barbara Keen, have athlete's foot you get your BLS
members or at :
g club Rush Minn. SCU.Dltl
Marie Fitch, of City, Ruth
t : berg of Starke, were married on freshments will be served and and rosebuds and ferns, where Margie Middleton, Patsy throat swabbed with Iodine. And Leave Star
Tuesday August 11, In Detroit. awarded. The public Is After several enjoyable hours her Hall, Joan and Jean Burns, Steve no matter what you have, you get Northbound
4 t Dr prlzeo spent in dancing and playing the young honoree greeted St John Raymond Hall, Richard castor oil and a few miscellaneous I 3:40: A. M.
; For the past several year invited to attend.Methoclrst games., refreshments were served guests. Ray, Bobble Turner, Ray Parker, vaccinations. 9:45: A. M. 1'0'

Al j'7 j.* Sternberg baa practiced dentistry Circles Another out-of-town guest was : The guests! including mothers Chester McKlnney, Jimmy Riley I am very popular at the In- 1:40: P. M. T:>t

in Daytona Beach, but recently Miss Marian Love, of Tampa. > of the children, were entertained Bobby Hall, Lyle Anderson and firmary. I told them that I had 2:35: P. },f. SL1y

; f closed: his offices there and Is now Met This Week In addition to Miss Cameron, with .,out-door games. At the Jack Benedict. both a cold and athlete's foot. 2:45: P. M.
J o commiaiiloned as a lieutenant In Miss Fitch and Miss Love, those conclusion of the games, Eloise Is' 3:50: P. M. Ty
What I've really got gastric
+ 1 and la stationed The August business and program Misses was presented with a number of 6:20: P. M. 48
the dental corps enjoying the party ere:
w N of the Woman'sSociety ulcers, but a guy soon learns to Fu
$, at Turner Field Ga. meeting Christian Service of Sara Barefoot. Nina Bishop, beautiful gifts.Refreshments. Russell Kay keep his mouth shut In the army. 8:15: P. M. P
A cake, 11:15: p M.Jacksonville.
Jacqueline Andrews, Arline Dew, of punch
A made the mistake of Insisting
Mon- One -
met guy
Methodist church _
Lewis the Keen and J. E. Denmark, and cookies served. A pinknd "
rrt t Brenda Jane I afternoon at the church and Patsy ; were' -- that he didn't have eithera
day Denmark Buddie Andrews, white motif was carried Leave
Intereatlnc'meetlng. S. Q. ? color TOO LATE cold or' athlete' foot and they Start.
Mr. and Mrt. Jam n A. Lewis held an Enos Hayes and Harold Johnson. *out with the lovely birthday Southbound
4M was conducted TO CLASSIFY promptly sent the poor dumb I\\
The worship period
S '
announce the blrtb of a daughter cake with three dainty 3:35: : A. M.
:I!> 4 the house for Impersonating 821
by Mrs. S. S. Dowling, cluck to guard -
Brenda Jane, In the Alachua 10:35: A. M. '
+ t "How lovely Mary Harriet Powell pink candles.Mrs. I am Indebted to Buster Willis, an officer 1 1'10
her subject being
,, ; County Hospital, Gainesville,! Kelley, grandmother of formerly with the Belle Glade 12:40: P. M. 5a
; 9 Monday, August 17.about, I Is Thy Dwelling"for meditation and the was leading"And Mr. and Mrs. William C. Powell the honoree, assisted In caring for News, now a member of UncleSam's Every few days you get an Not to Gainesville 1211
off and to
thought afternoon go town 3:35: p M.
birth of
have announced the a
at Camp
the stationed
he entered, aa his custom was guests army where all mill and down 6:35 U
you up : P. M.
p daughter, Mary Harriet, on Tuesday for the following hum- _
the Sab- Claiborne,
1 1r Into the synagogue on August 18, at the home of doesn't the main stem and push each 9:45: : P. M.
l Mrs. F H. Long had SimmonsFallsMiss i iI orous manuscript. Buster U
bath day" other off the side walk. Or If you Not to Ocala
r Mr Powell's parents, Mr and
i avr I authorship but states the 8.21
and the claim
of the
tt charge program to prefer the great
Mrs. H. A. happen open
"A Time BlKhop. I Fannie Falls and Thomas letter was actually written by a Via Chi
subject for August was for a walk in
y spaces you can go Gainesville, Ocala,
Simmons Were quietly married In soldier. Here it Is: Tamp
R of Preparation. MI'!!. Long clear- the mountains where you can I St. Petersburg
ly brought out Ideas on the subject Is "Growing Together in the the \Hampton Baptist Church, Dear Buster: I

of planning for better church Family" by Leland Foster, which > Sunday afternoon, August 10, at I am very enthusiastic: about

work for the fall and winter will be studied In late September.It I: 4 o'clock. The ceremony was per- army life. We lie around In bed W. T. CLUTEREALTORF.

months was announced that the cir- j formed by the Rev. C. A. Warren. every morning until about 5 o'- H. A. LOANSWe

Mrs. E. K.: Perryman presided clea would meet the first Monday |I Mr. Simmons Is a carpenter at clock. This of course gives us

over the business Beaxlon and Mrs. in September with the following|I Camp Blandlng and the bride was plenty of time to get washed, etc., want the listing; on your property

Will Blair asHlBted as secretary. hostesses; Circle Number One will a visitor In Hampton. by 5:10.: By :5:15: we stand out- We have some wonderful properties for sale
meet with Mrs. W. E. Middleton; '-- side and shiver a while until
Miss Olive Ray, corre pondlngsecreary See us about your Real Estate Needs
reported that the Circle Number Two with Mrs. 1... MANUSCRIPT COVERS-91 someone blows the bugle. Afterwe
Gainesville District has 48 Socie- S. Hutto; and Circle Three with Ter 100 BRADFORD COUNT are reasonably chilled, we 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE I

ties and the minutes of the State Mrs, Sam Anderson. TELEGRAPH. grope our way through the darkness -
Ask our Convention show that the Starke to the mess hall. Here we asas s sasasasae 5
have plenty of breakfast consisting -
ftjfl Auxiliary was on the efficiencylist FUNERAL DIRECTOR
for the It also of an unidentified liquid anda
past year.
$ amouthLitfeL shows that Starke Is third in the Callstreet choice of white or rye crusts. My Many Yearn Experience Make! It Possible for Ale'it I
Carolyn After gorging ourselves with EFFICIENT!: PROMPT and COURTEOIS: SERMd
list of membership; that duringthe
Insurance Plant past quarter $44.75: had been this delicious repast! we waddleour MODERATE PRICES-

sent for State work and $281.94 way back to the barracKs. we DeWITT C. JONES

Charley E. Johns had been. spent locally: suppliessent Uell, folks The ole burg..Isbeglnnln Powell Congratulations! have nothing to do until 7:30: owe Starke, Florida
to Wolff Settlement Housein to show signs of new Enza (Weaver) Hardee takes timeout just sit around and scrub latrines -

1Pqt Agency Tampa and given for local life after a couple of months of to postcard' friends from the mop floors, wash windowsand .
,. ,.,,
8TAUKE, FLORIDA first aid work totaled 91 pieces; snoozln In the sun Call mountains of N. Cahllna pick up all the cigarette buts ".' h.jiiiiiiiimiiiniii/ "iiiwii.' ''II1I4HIII''miiiiii'iii imiiimiiihiumtiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuHiiiimimiM' .' ""mm' '" "" yn
119 Kant: Call Street missionary education study and Street la takln' on the usual khaki and match sticks within a radiusof

Telephone IS Bible study were carried out according overtone and everyone Is gettln'all 150 feet of our barracks.
Spotted an' Jolted: Harry Houston -
State Soon the Sergeant comes in DPJ01JS3HDJLVy&!
to requirements.Mrs. keyed up for rush In blzneas, out again after takln' the
R.prmntlna I. p Shepherd, secretary of come September Expansionon count from a ,summer cold and says: "Come out In the sun, I
t THE TRAVELERS Hartford "
mission and Bible study, announced every hand Even Barney kiddies, so we go out in the
v. O. E. Stansbury back at the light
; that the new book for studyTHELMA'S Slsson is buyln' material for abamburgerhot. plant after a pleasant vacation wonderful sunshine and bask 3 Ni3 I
It while we stand six inches in mud.
I ... dog annex to his his first in five years Joan I
o - -- ------- popular corn-cold drink To limber up we do a few simple
pop Dlnklno dazzlln' friends with a
a5'i stand Clerks who have been calisthenics like touching your
beautiful d I
a m 0 n dring10thbirthday :
PLACE twlddlln' thumbs since July 1 are present from Mom'n'Pop toes with both feet off the m

tired of loafin and anxious to get W. H. Nollman off to join ground, or grabbing yourself by IJla af Ulaj

DANCING EACH EVENING back to work Soon Call Mrs. N. an' Catharine In Carolina the hair and holding yourself at I
Street will resume its career as arms length.At
Till 12 O'clock : Louie Hill 'round an' about
the dizziest, blzzlest place this(! I after a lengthy illness .. June 8 o'clock we put on our light
BEER ON TAP side of Coney Island Whoops! Harding's flashy new earringsbrlglrtenln' pack and start walking to the iimiiimmmintin'm,' 'm'mi'iiiiii'iminninniiiiniimii'itiiiiiii',, 'immitimntmi'itmtim''''' PN'i*''itmiinut, ''''' '''mimnti' ''"r,,",

We're off again! Holdon the atmosphere mountains. The light pack Is not
CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD to your hats! Patsy Ruth up Wainwright back to be confused with the heavy

EVERYBODY WELCOME pack. The light pack includes1 a ,
In town after a stay on the coast
t'd- d Hear the D. W. (Wolfe-McLeod) Evelyn, Stump off to the gun, bayonet, canteen, mess kit, P
2 Blocks N.of Courthouse ,On Temple Ave. McClellans, will soon be Icavin beach to absorb'a bit of August rain coat cartridge belt, first aid

Operated By Mr. and,. Mrs. R.. F. Lightsey and Son for the wilds' of Tennessee .I sunshine W. B. Alexanderstoppin' kit, pup tent,' stakes, tent pole, i.flJOUR
,_._,, Surely hate to lose this swell Barney's ropes and a few other odds and
at for his
----------- -+ favorite
couple and their attractive children drink-a tall glass of ice cold ends. The heavy pack has a blan-

but it's nice to know that root beer Red Alvarez back ket or two in it, pick, shovel, gasmask
Mao will be in charge of the new i to work with a three-day growth a change of underwear anda STORE IS PACKED WITH
job out there Seems that two-way radio. ALL OC-
I of beard, after that flshln trip GIFTS SUITABLE FOR
' >J4". O/W of ? when our local lads want to come last week Glad to hear little Carrying my pack I weigh 237 CASIONS.

home for a weekend, they don't' Linda Johns Is recuperating after pounds. Without tit I'm a puny WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP

ll.tIwJ A ne fasenct.We let anything stop 'em-not even 1 having her tonsils out in Jax'- 147. So you can see how easy THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT
the lack of gasoline LeonardU 1 vllle. and agreeable if: Is to romp and READY TO MAIL
( of F) Smith rode a bike alia play In the mountains. After a WRAPPING -
suggest the exclusive way from G'ville to Starke! I'I or-- week In the army I began to IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE IN l
Bill Plununer (U. S. Naval Reserve IT
Thermique hejterless method Says he enjoyed the trip, but I Aviation understand why pack burros always STARKE 'WE WILL DELIVER
Base, Peru, Ind.)
bet the last 23 miles were the look BO sad. FOR YOU
Q available to in our shop. j writes e n t h u sl asttcally: "This
you hardest!. Glad to see Mrs. An observation car follows us ,

''t You will be delighted with the O. C. Powell and Mrs. H. L. Navy anyone has should really ask got your the advice stuff. as If as we make our merry way Into WE ALSO CARRY' A FINE LINE
Brownlee back In Starke after a the mountains and kindly atten-
lasting quality_itslustreand beauty. stay in Jax'ville hospitals to .what'branch of the service to dants eagerly await the oppor-
get Into, just send 'em to
Needle an' thread artist: :Mrs. up us. tunity to care for those of'us who
make a'
Alva Ensey ,She can darn a full-fledged top- faint and fall by the wayside. CARDSCarpenter
notch sailor out of 'em in
1iIIQU [ pair of socks, or patch a pair of I Ipants few days!" ,, How' that a very for Jumping from their jeep, they -
so even best friendcouldn't grab the
your you by leg or arm and
morale! 7 ., ;Something; worth \
tell it : seeln': that picture at Hoover's drag you to within throwing distance .

Sia.te e/ George Manama--popped in Wed- Studio of little Henry Rfcharde In hands of catch the car In where willing .
SroJ overalls an' battered sunhat you midair and THE 3SSS2 DRUG STORELeila's
aul'J j pe nesday for a brief furlough from Gone with the rationln' toss you In the back seat:
Camp Edwards, Mass. ', Suc- sle Colson's cruises gas down Call: St. Boys who fall out in a march
ceeded In surprisln' everybodyeven -
Starke, FloridaSTARKE with wide-open cut-out >. If
Betty! Hear N. T.
I I r.... I I .. I .. (Macon, Ga.) Rltch will say "I you have to stoop to get under .
do" at the foot of an aisle !In the shrubbery 'over' the Stump's .
November-unless the Navy gets. front steps, blame 'Frederick F.
He won't let 'em prune it. ..
him .
first .
Happy thought: Soon
be time for: those.luscious grapes Hear Noon (Mayor) Wainwright Beauty Salon
that Roste Constantine brings to, is back at Blandlng after a tew

town Hear Wesley Andrewsand days In the Vet's Hospital at
Lake .
the Mrs will soon become City andLeila's

Hamptonltes They've pur-I
chased the Harper home Sam Simpson was on the re-
Two new additions to the grow- celvln end of a delightful surprise -
FLA In' feminine population of Starke: I Monday night when Muriel Dress Shop

a girl for James an' Thelma was hostess at a birthday (fried

Lewis an' ditto: for Bill an' Dot chicken) dinner In his honor .
REEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST! 23 Sam was completely bowled over, e now

r- but It didn't seem to take his

Sun., Mon, Tues,-August 23, 24, 23: appetite! Lillian Stump (nowa .

"Babes On Broadway" full-fledged nurse) Is here for : ."' "" ENLARGED AND EQUIPPED

'V With Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland SHOE what'v left of the summer '

-,,' ALSO NEWS AND SHORTS Hear Dot Gray Helen Manassaan'
4t Pat Lambe are in top formI TO ACCOMMODATE OUR

( hope) for that Bowldrome
Wed, Thurs. August 26, 27-DOUBLE FEATURE p a pI
match with the O'vllle girls ,
No. -"Two-Faced {Woman" Come out an' give the 'local las- MANY PATRONS

With Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas ales your moral support ,

'' No. Wonder if Evelyn Bitch bad any '%
2-"Four Jacks And A Jill"
success borrowln' the "pea aheller" -
With Ray,.Bolger. Anne Shirley, June Havoc 1 r I
.J that Ikey Brownlee an' Hazel
wed so successfully in
their "summer;'canning": .? "- :. '
Fri. Sat-August 28. 29-DOUBLE FEATURE Seems they were jua' klddJi': but : ,COME IN TO SEE"THE.NEW FASHIONS

t;' No.-1 "Young America" WHILE YOU Evelyn took 'em seriously and

Starring Jane Withers another Illusion was blown to ,
WAITAll bits A few month ago, Fred COIFFURES AND
't1 No.2-"Rolling Down The Great Divide" Carlton an' Errol Alvarez might

Starring Bill Boyd Work Guaranteed. have been considered "behind the

ALSO CARTOON AND SERIAL Only The Highest Quality times", rldin' their bicycles .

I Leather Used Now they're distinctly "ahead" of
MIDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAV, AUG. 29. 11:30 l>. M. the times and will probably get '
'; "Joan Of Paris I some Interestln offers for their WE SPECIALIZE IN FEATHER, BOBS

bikes before the war's over ,
With Michele
Morgan and Paul Henreld BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE
If we keep procrcssin' backwardsthis
,t ALSO SELECTED SHORTS REPAIR way 1 know a cute little oxcart AND RAZOR. HAIR CUTS'

ACTOM From Fo.tf flee I can pick up for a song .
Says your-(Sunbooaet Sue) I '.n

rlg Carolyn. i

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r = BITS of LOCAL NEWS 1 I Miss Sara Barefoot spent several -

dtys th's week In Jacksonville

1,0: visiting Miss. Marilyn ,,
Busby spent the week-! N T. RItch of Macon, Ga., wasa Mrs. Beatrice Hogg of Jacksonville I J
s i '
adison week-end guest of his mother, spent Wednesday and Thurs- While working; on a soft- .0t.1

Mrs Carrie RItch. day with her mother, Mrs. Edith TOMORROW pump Monday, some Iron rust ,
Lewome was a business Brown In C. G. Mnnlre'B left eye. He "

J Gainesville! Monday. I Miss Barbara Keen Is spending; \\I' was treated by an eye specialistIn "
a few days visiting Miss Florence Mr and Mrs A. E McKinney I Jacksonville and has returnedto
1 Odom and L. J. Green Gardner In Gainesville. had as their guest Tuesday their 1\\ DON ao3II4 JON work i

esday I""n Jacksonville. sister-in-law, Mrs. Mabel Hunt, of LYTLE HULL

:Mrs. J. W KIncaid Bushnell.Mr. I Mrs Bertha Pearce has as I.
la In 'Keep the Scrap Heap Growing'W.
A.. Davis la spending guests for a few days her sisters,
L. Tampa visiting her
eeks in Asheville N. C. and Mrs. A. C. Durden.parents, Mr. and Mss Otis Nelson and gardens Mrs. W. T. S"xon, of Oakland have had Scrap Iron drive ahead of us and each day should

sons, Ronnie and Jimmie, There Is no doubt that a successful Park; Mm G. V. Phillips, of Lake and Rubber drives and Aluminum make us dig a little deeper Into the I
of Lawtey Is spent truck farmer la a superman. City and drives-and each one has uncovered rubbish heap in our ceaseless ,1 t
Dinklns the week-end with ; Mr. T J. Thomas, of
del relatives In
at the Guidon Mrs. Nina H. Ldpford of Green Millions of Victory garden amateur Valdosta, Ga. great mains of desperately search for more and ever more JL
employee l Cove Springs Is a guest of her Gainesville are ready to testify to that needed material. We may have scrap. A little bit more will turn -I.
niece Mrs. H A, fact after spending a summer dig- "drives" to salvage everythingfrom up each time we make a search. ;
Bishop. Mrs. B, Jacobs left Tuesday fora grog, hoeing weeding, wateringand Everett McKinney who Is attending cornbu to old shoes-and Sometimes it will be too small an ,j
Drew of Jacksonville la 10-day visit with her daughter, weeping over the retultf. summer school at the each drive will produce more great amount to send In or to sell; but i,I I

IJoitlng her sister, Mrs.Tlson. Mrs. W. T. McCann of Daytona Mrs. William Dobrow, In West To city folks the farmer has always University of Florida at Gaines quantities of material. The only If we start our own personal scrap '[ \
Beach Is spending; this week and Palm Beach been looked upon ai a lucky ville trouble with "drives"* Is-that as plies It -won't be long before they 'I i
McRae. visiting Monday in the
next with her husband here. individual who spent hours out In soon a i one Is officially over we will grow to saleable or' liveable ,f
the open leaning on a hoe or alt.-. home of his parents), Mr. and Mrs.A relax and wait for the next. dimensions 'I l

of Jacksonville., Beautiful Cleaning BeautifulTailoring ting, behind a plow lazily drawn E. McKlnney.. There is one outstanding Item There are six million farms In .: i
onday with his. mother, Miss Idell Marr, State Welfare ; at the Starke- landlnc through his Gelds by; well-trained which our factories must have In the United States. It only half of ,

Tison. worker of Live Oak, is the guest Tailors. Opposite Park Theatre.! ,,. horses They; have envied him that Mr. and Mrs. K, G. Duncan large and, 00."..... ajaaaUUee.It these collected and turned In regularly l
this week of Mrs. W M. Warr. easy life'in theopen as comparedwith and children, Kaspar and Margaret is scrap Iron. They can't dependon all their accumulated and accumulating :
their own hectic nine to live scrap iron, it would
the stock which
Mr. piles the drivesproduce
returned and Mrs. O. L Beasley re- ROMe left
Tom Grady has net-to with telephones typewritersand Wednesday mornIng very materially hasten the construction
-they must have
\Uanta, Ga. where she Mr. and Mrs. D. W McClellan turned home last week after a rush-hour crowds. for Tampa where little Mar unending stream of this materiaLWe a steady of the ships and other I.

vera! weeks with 1 Mr spent Sunday in St. Augustine visit in Tampa with Mr. and Mr. But they envy him no longer. garet Rose Is In a hospital because armament which we need for vic i
with Mr. and Mrs Joe Anderson. A. C. Durden. They have learned a bitter lesson of serious illness think we cleaned up about tory.It.
In their short battle with the soil all the rubber and scrap aroundour Is always possible to And out

Mrs. T. T. and many. a city family's desire to place duilng the recent big where to deliver old rubber, scrap ''I
Junle Parrish, of Koch's, Mrs. L, D Green spent last of Fort Long and son, Tom "break away from it all" and seek Mrs. Klzora Bowers of lieu,*- "pushes." But It Is long odds that Iron and other useful salvage Ask < ,
Tjflng from a broken hand Tuesday in Mayo where she attended are guestsof peace and comfort on a little farmin ton, Texan la now In charge of we didn't. This writer made another the town banker, or the preacher j
sustained a few weeksn the wedding of her' niece, Mrs. F. H Long; and Mrs. D. the country has disappeared for alterations\ and tailoring at (the search around the farm or the chamber of commerce, or tithe \
(he p which he and shocked l
Carpenter. operates was
women's club, the Red Cross
a heavy weight fell on Mrs. Dorothy Johns", to William ever. New Method Cleaners, which 1 at the amount of rubber, and particularly or the Boy Scouts or or corner groceror
Beck. PAINS establishment Is owned by her of Iron
Miss Bernice Dodson of the mysteriesIt scrap which he the garage man. Someone will
brother-ln-luw, E, O. KdwartU.Mrs. had missed. All sorts of little know.At .
State Farm all seemed so easy at !first.
began work Tues
pieces turned up, and he changedhis
day morning Oh, they got a few pains in the this very moment one of our
as a new
I employeat mind
on a good heavier
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST Jacobs' store back and a few blisters on their Ruby Powell Klmbrough. which he many troubles is a shortage of steel with
pieces thought might be .
hands from that first spring digging who spent the past week herewith too useful around the place at sometime which to build .hlp -and ships
129 East Call StreetS but that was more than com- Mrs. R. S. Fernamlea and mean victory. Every pound of
or other.
Rosenberg of New York Is pensated for by the feeling that other scrap Iron which every one of us !
spending this week with his they; were strengthening their sel friends, left Momluy for a Now as a matter of cold calculation can sell or give la needed right I

i 9 A. M. to 7 P.- Bl. Evenings By AppointmentW brother-in-law and slater! Mr. and dom-used muscles and renewing short visit In Jacksonville before that ".ome time or other" now. We have gal to win this war >
Mrs. N. Sternberg. their neglected health. returning to her home in Oculii. might not arrive unless we civilians and this Is one way in which almost '
I get as hardbolled ss the military every; farmer ha. helped and [
Just digging, hoeing, raking, and (
l' does. Wars are won back of the can steadily continue to help. J
Miss planting-and then waiting a coupleof Beautiful Cleaning, U..utlrul I
Carr of Dade
City fighting lines just much
as is on "Keep the Scrap Heap Growln'f'r'
months to pick those delicious
Is the guest this week of Tailoring at the StarkP-HUmllnic them. Each day makes realize r,
Mrs us might well be another useful >
SINCE YOU'VE HAD fresh vegetables pictured on the
) LONG A Tailors Opposite l'"i-k Thoiitii. what hard road
Bernice 0 p per man and Miss seed envelopes, made keeping the I a long we have slogan '

MILY GROUP PORTRAIT TAKEN? Frances Opperman. wolf from the door appear as simple i
as could be. Mr. and Mrs' Ernest Phillips I Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Illggs and Mr. and Mm. A. H, ll.ikcr and

Mrs Mitchell Erga, whose hus- At first everything went ahead fn and Mrs. Phillips' sister Mrs Wil-I small daughter of Brunswick, Ga., to Starke will be accompanied by

( PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR band Is an employe at Jerry's, is schedule for most of the victory son Poole of Miami Mrs Lola! i iMayeH are guests this week of Mrs.. Mrs Vernon Rowe of Jackson'

STUDIO AND WE WILL MAKE ONE 8x10: on a two-weeks' vacation visiting gardeners. A week or two after. Mrs. Mae R relatives in High Springs.Mrs. planting the carrot tops, the radishes Miss l!: nine Edwards are speml- ,, will upend Friday In Sanford with spend the week-end in Jacksonville
(OLD; TONE GROUP PORTRAIT OF 5 PERI the corn shoots and the beans ng this week In Call Johnn' cottage I Mr and Airs A. 11. linker and, with Mr and Mrs. Howe

I SONS OR LESS CHOICE OF 2 POSES. J. S. Keating has returnedto broke But after into full the view vegetables got to on Crystal Lake. I'

her home in New Orleans aftera the point where picking was in the I
BON-ART STUDIOS two weeks' visit with her offing mysterious things began to Phillip Mnnassii, who recently "WHY GO FISHING ? i

223 S. Walnut Street Starke Fla mother, Mrs. EJIth Brown. happen. The bean leave. began retuined from the Canal Zone,
turning yellow or got full of little where he had been engaged In de GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"
holes. The tomato plants began to t,
Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald\ of Tampa fence work, left last week for
wilt, the lima bean plants looked
------.--- --------- ; is a guest of her son-in-law and thin and emaciated and the peas Burbank Calif., where lie will Fresh Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp, etc. i
daughter Mr. and rabbits seek employment with the Lock-
Mrs M. F. were bliUkrieged by or
III' OWU N NOON-TO-NIGHT Brown, at Kingsley Lake. rain. heed Aircraft Corporation. Fresh :Meats Live and Dressed Poultry j

Check-ups showed that the beans Fruits and Vegetables

Vital, alert women now invert Mrs. B. S. Can-oil and children needed an emergency spraying, the Mm. J. A Scunlan, of Marion,

it' dull-afternoon hours in Bowling of Jacksonville\ came Tuesday fora lima where because probably they wouldn't hadn't get been any fertilized 111., arrived Sunday for a two- NEW SOM E'Sl' ; 4 I V 1T ;

r short visit! with Mrs. Carroll'smother. properly before planting, too weeks' visit with her parent, Dr.
here. In this popular "reduc Mrs. F. H. Long. and Mrs 0 L.
much rich fertilizer had been put in Haynes. She hud
1.2 Hlock N. of Union Bus Station on Jax Road i iI
that'a the lettuce should her sister Miss
ing" exercise a real recreation the corn patch Hope Haynes,
Victor C. Thomas, son of Mrs.E. have been transplanted, the carrots pent a week In New York City, I'
Re-Creating slim, lithe, M. Thomas Is should have been thinned out and a where she I
now at Camp was visiting her hus --- .. - -,.. ... - --.-
fence needed to be built immediately -
Bowl here Blanding wearing the uniform of band's mother, Mrs. N, L Scan-
youthful figures to the .
Uncle Sam's U they hoped save peas.DISCOURAGEMENT. Ian. WE DO SUPERIOR: WORK ;
fighting men. I

frequently, of an afternoon. bugsOf I Let Us Do Your: Dry Cleaning I

Bill Newsome of St. Petersburg A. M. Mixon of the A i t I
course the Crtt radish was II A
Li/j TUB BOWljmOMK .. .
arrived Wednesday for a visit real thrill-very.much like that ol cafe, this week la remodelling:,
AT BIy\NDINO CENTER with his brother,and slater-ln-law, becoming for tho: first
a patent: removing the partition and repainting TWO EXPERT HELPERS JUHT EMPLOYED: :
Mr. and Mr..>. R A, Wewsome. time. And Victory gardeners boast the entire Interior of .
ed among each other.bout: the ,
fresh : : the place. It will re-open withina
string beans from their own
GUY'S MARKETPhone Mrs. Donald McRae and baby back yards which were "Uio most few days, at which time only ,-". "
daughter, Carol Jeanne! returned delicious ;you ever tasted." sandwiches and short orders will
159 We Deliver home Sunday night from St. But to most of us who this yenr be served. Mr. Mixon stated Wed NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. ,

215 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida Luke's Hospital !In Jacksonville. planted our first garden, the agricultural nesday. : and :Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners j jan
life proved full of discour ,

GROCERIES MEATS Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hazen, of agement. How were we to know TrntplfA Your PatronageAppreciated rhone
that Mexican beetles must be dealt Mr and Mrs A J. Green and
Center Hill recent of A\ *> 133
T HOUSE 3 For PALACK ID were guests with immediately or they will ruin lion, Floyd, have moved to> West ,

Mr. Hazen's brother-in-law and beansj Why didn't somebody tell .... ., ... .. .
EANSER lOc Breakfast Bacon ___ 29c Palm Beach after spending; the ----- - -------
-------- slater, Mr. and Mrs A. E. Mc us that fertilizer was really Important
past two in Starke wbel'eMI'
Kinney.E if we wanted the pods to have years
aILL SQUARE CWT Ib Green was resident
big green peas In them? And why manager

It ________ 25c Chuck Roast ______ 29c A, Fletcher several hadn't we realized the story of Peter for the Orange Bus Lines. During
spent Rabbit was one of stark tragedy? their stay here they made many PLEASE !
'TENS 1 lb DAISY ib29c days last week In St. Petersburg, We meant well.We thought farm. friends who will wish them success -
where he was called to the bedside Ing really a cinch and most of ,
was ..
s Plate Coffee ____ 33c CHEESE ___________ of his mother Mrs. Stuart us went about it In a very modest in their new home II II .1 II r.

Fletcher way. Some of us really did a pretty
good job for beginners, but in Mrs. A. M. Mixon of the A & A Come In And
many, many eases the Jspanese cafe, has been in bed for more
H. who Isaa
H. Stroman
spent allies I
beetles and their proved a
NAT SEZ: the past three weeks In the Vettrans' more imposing enemy than the lit than a month. Most of the time

Hospital In Lake City, returned tle yellow men who are infesting was spent at her home on the Pay Up Your Accounts
Got back Sunday morning on the home Monday night much the Pacific Islands. corner of Call and Water streets,

I'i- Saturday nlgh train. Looks like improved.Mrs. LESSON 1H3! though she spent about ten daysIn
this the Lake Shore hospital at
p moot CJf the population of
Undoubtedly the Victory garden
Lake City. She Is able to be ,
p country have put; up their Autos G. C. Bates, who has program of 1M3 has done some up
but unable to her work.
Silver spent the past two weeks here good in supplementing the world's resume
and are now riding the with her sister, Mr O. K. White, food supply. With approximately Sam Rosenberg & Son

Meteor. If you don't believe It left yesterday for her home in 19.000.000 families having planted Recent BirthsMr. .
Heat Oils Luxury gardens, no matter how poorly New and Used Furniture '
try and gets; Daytona Beach. some of them turned out. there
bent thing It and Mrs Clinton Levy II" j
LJnnr. The next must certainly have been many extra
the slow train and when I say Mrs. E. P. McCoIlum returned tons of edible food added to the Green, Starke! August 18, boy; Starke Florida I

here Sunday after a short vaca- "bread basket of the world. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Powell,

slow I mean slow. tion spent In Tavares. Mrs. Mc- But probably the greatest good Starke, August 18, girl.
done by the Victory gardens
Collum Is a valued employe of of _.
00------------------ ---------------- ----- -- -,- ..,-
the USD No. 1. peoplewthatntheyhmuitmillions the
facts of farm life before they do I

Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg re their next spring planting. i I I!
made to
turn1d Sunday from New York Plans are now being

City, where they had been vlrit-. give gardening courses this winter CUT PERMANENT
in towns and cities all over the na-
ing and buying fall merchandisefor tion. The disappointed gardeners NECESSARY SPECIAL REG. $:;..00l

their store here. of 1942 having learned the need for I S VALUE 1.50:
such education the hard way wMl =
Lt. Col. and Mrs G. C. Irwin undoubtedly flock to such courses tt j ,
will return to Atlanta, Ga., Sun- and In 1943. there is a good chance e
Reduced Price that the back-yard gardens will furnish It.iJ CL.
In ,
day after spending a few days millions of families with good, ) /:
here with Mrs. Irwln'a mother, healthful food. J

Mrs. Clla Manassa. Most of us are willing to try I
again, but we are through thinking I I 'V PERMANENTS
Police Chief: A. L. Alvarez and that the raising of vegetable. .1 II" .1 9
his wife and daughters Mines easy task. Next year we'll go into
New Arrivals the fields with spades under one arm
Irma and Lucille and Miss nor. and textbook. under the other-and I

othy Burke, plan to spend Sun- we'll take every word in the books Regular $7.50 Machineleas Wave q_ _-- $5.00

day at Sliver Springs. seriously.
Meanwhile, we take of America our hats who off Regular $5.00, Machmeless Wave __ __ _____ '__ '_ $3.50
Mrs. B. A. Pope of Auburn, to the real
have produced record
Ala., has spent the past ten days' crops year and made it unnecessary for Regular $5.00.Oil Waves __ __ _ __ ___ _. $3.50
4.95 to $12.95 here with her parents', Judge and I u. to depend upon our own feeble .
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. at their I efforts to have food on our table.
., ", .. -, .'J'' Klngsley Lake place. f I '. Oil Croquignole Ringlets _ -__ :.._ $2.25 I ,

Mrs. John E. Tlllakos, whose Mr. and MI'I. W. B. Sewell and ". II I .- I

New Line Of husband is proprietor of the daughters Gayle and Virginia, ALL WAVES GUARANTEED ,

Electric Shoe Shop, spent several will return today from Little .. .
MWN___ __, ,
where II II
KIRTS and BLOUSESalso days in the Alachua County Hospital. Switzerland N. C., they N

Gainesville, last week. have spent the past two weeks.

Sweaters Mr. Raymond Hancock, of I Mrs. H. L* Brownlee returned EcSafon

I Ruby S. C., baa accepted position -, home last< week from Jacksonville \ 'Jai s

as cashier at CanovalJ.Drug where she spent a month asa Laay! } .

tore. Mrs. Hancock: hasv.fceen In patient In St.. Luke' Hospital. r

.1 Starke for the ,past year Her Friends of Mrs. Brownlee are gladto Starke Florida '

Sternberg's husband is a civil service employeit know that she Is making an ,

Camp Blandlng. having been excellent recovery .from her recent ...... .
._ IT ,. u .. .. _Ir'f I .LA -
I employed there. for 18 month. -operations i


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I Ity PINE Mm. II.LEVEL M. McRae who Sunday spent here. I Florida State Farm News 1 Remedy For Ez i 1ain

We regret to _n ot I Health ) Mastitis
1 qat'' The Young Peoples' Class of ness of Guy In CattleA
.: ''a" i,' Pine Level Church entertained W. E. Hall of By E. K. bouvler I BRIDGE CLUB

I, a with a short program at the Tabernacle Springs, and SERVICE MEN HONOREDLast Mru. P. D. Fancher entertainedthe By v'R. VfCT.OR. O. 'HEISERMEDtCLCONEU new 'i-,
in Starke Friday evening:, recovery. Bridge Club last ;.Jo In milk tor
v' Ie Ier Friday night our boys Thursday ) / LTANT &XArT7ad'XVM
a ter
Stricklandand Remember than
i led by Misses Doris who have gone into service were week. Summer flowers were used -( ASSOCIATIOt.Of.MANUlAC1UAEA1( any
1 LucUe Crosby meeting every honored at a meeting: of their relatives In the living room and dining L. devised by Dr ftI
d" y Miss Doris Goodge of Starke Prayer meeting and friends at the Com room. Mrs. O. I... Partney won dens!, veterinarian D'

11 It S pent Sunday with Miss Odessa" every Sunday munity Club House. J, G. God- high and Mrs. C. M. Tumey, a YOUR PLACE IN THE SUN Ida Experiment 8tatio
:McRae. day night. master-of member Mrs.. James of IOdine
win served as -ceremo new bingo. In
r tt Mrs. Ruby Kimbrough of Ocala Ing Thursday nles. "America" was sing by the Christie of Baltimore Md., was a Sunshine is almost as essentialto short tempers, lack of energy, ,jetted Into the udder IIIlnrtl

t 9 spent part of last week with Mr. congregation, the Flag salute was guest. Ice cream and cake were our well-being; as food, air, and and depressed feelings among teat. I''

) and Mr. H. M. McRae. led by the Boy Scouts, then a served by the hostess. water many with whom you come In Uastltis hat been

I Mr. and Mrs. Everett,, Lcewls ,of By Miss quartette consisting of Supt. L. The direct effect of the sun contact in dull oppressive disease for 111 a n ys.1
{ r :i Orlando were recent guests of In F. Chapman, 1. R. Bristol. Chap SCOUTS GO CAMPINGBoy was first recognized In 1742 by a weather-and how quickly tem-

u Mr. and Mrs. Daniel KellY) teenth birthday lain L. A. Shepherd and J. W. Scout Troop 104 of Ral- London doctor named Harris.I pers and ,dispositions brightenwhen I

? e., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pelcher of man entertained Ritch sang: :fFlnlandla". Supt. ford went on an overnight Camp Harris found that clam shells,and i the sun appears. Even the Producing capacity, l" .
rl i a j Jacksonville spent last week with Hampton Beach Chapman made an' excellent talk last Saturday under the leader- other things "which had lain for stock exchange, they say; re- throughout the '"'

r' t h :Mr .and Mrs. Walter' Underbill the following ending with his idea of what our ship of Scoutmaster Frank Yana- a long time in the sun" assumed sponds to the weather. studied the disease-Wttatl! 1
I L. A.
t and Committeemen
M al and Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae Norman, Miss peace terms should be, if and ros curative powers. Too Much Sun Not Good and recently i some fir
I North. There traaiw
; Shepherd and W. N. ,
to be fSander
? l 11 Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Mrs. Cecil ,when the war la over alii follows: were 10 Scouts attending and The ancient Chinese fed groundup Sun bathing, however, Is a have bet
qV; of Brooker have moved to our Helen and "Peace terms should protectour the shoreof dinosaur bones that had been habit that may easily be carriedto Principal advantage
they pitched camp on Iodine
w'fa section. We welcome them here. and Lacey J. soldiers since it should not be Lake Hampton After a swim, bleached in the sun to their sick excess. treatment enpl

a,, : Mr. Michael Sullivan and son Miss Wanda necessary to fight a war every 25 supper was prepared and every- children because it seemed to help The sun Is the most potent> ofNature's are the fact the
have returned to their home in years for the same object. These section la sufficient,,
make them well.
' Macclenny one bedded down for the night. ,remedies and, like strong and
ill 1 :
should be that effect
terms so plain
There a after spending aeveral here last week The group returned Sunday morning Sun Forms Vitamin DOne medicines, should be taken onlyIn have been m
I; ;t weeks her with Mr. and Mrs R. Brlnson. even a Hitler or a Hlrohlto could 'after preparing* breakfast out of the moat Important moderation. Adders and milk T lion

t M. Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. understand"We should them.have no con In the open, and were home in : physical functions of sunlight, as Lying on beaches exposed \\.o The normal In less tblll
Mrs. T. N. Norman and children announcing the time to church. far Is concerned, is to
to as man
t) ference, no treaty and no Leagueof go the direct rays of the sun when by a veterinarian :
and Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Sapp girls at their have I Meeting of the Scout Troop for form vitamin D below the surfaceof the body is not covered with a Dr. ,
Nations. Gangsters shown Sanders
i' h all of Gum Branch, were dinner Saturday. called off be- skin.Vitamin took tour
+ b that they will not keep a treaty Monday night was our protective coat of tan Is likely to U. S. P. r
of Mr. and resublimea
guests Wesley Miss Kathleen
of rain.OUTDOOR I
cause D helps lead calcium cause dangerous burns. Besides tals
and that any agreement with and
McRae .
Sunday.Mr. to her home in
''ir them merely postpones another and phosphorous into the blood- sunburn, there can be other ill ef gallon of U UlIII
and Mrs. Bob Myrick were day after a showdown."But PARTYA stream. Both of these mineralsare fects from too' much sun and turn or S. P i ll1jU1d I
171, visiting at Keystone Heights Sat- her grandfather, number of young folks enjoyed needed to build strong, hard summer heat.Exposure a small heavy mineral II:,
urday and were accompanied aunt, Miss the peace should includeone a n outdoor party Tuesday amount ot oU
'ty home by Mr. Myrick's mother, W8.ll' feature and one only. The night. A bonfire was lighted and bones and teeth, to tone up the to excessive heat may to dissolve as much II
nerves, and to prevent tickets and of the
result in sunstroke heat exhaustion
Cecil Hardee Big Russia, Britain games were enjoyed Chas crystals decantlq
Helen and Freda and the United States would Thornton was host and a good twitching muscles. or heat cramps. Anyone more oil to the undiBlOlt
H. C. make It plain that henceforth no time was had by all. Recent 'medical science discovered of these conditions la serious and tals, and repeating ,the !:

arrived Friday aims, battleships, bombers or mu- that the violet rays of the should be avoided. Fairskinned.redhaIred From 100 to 300 *01''
visit with his nitions will be allowed save those sun produce vitamin D not only in people should be par- lutlon was Injected tot,
Wimberly Sr. within these countries. GRKKN DESERVES CREDIT: our skin but also In various other ticularly careful to take their sun fected quarter, ImmMlIIt"f?

Mrs. T. A. "Here la a peace that can be substances In nature. in small doses. Every summer the cow had been milts
Congressman "Lex" Green
last week from understood and can be kept. recently Vitamin D la found In small people lose days from their vaca- udder was then mll8Bal'
slater, Mrs J. Every munitions plant in Germany was given the pen with quantities In egg yolk, milk..but tion and work by getting an overdose oughly. The solution n

buta, MlBS. Italy and Japan should be which President Roosevelt signed I ter, salmon (fresh! or canned), of the sunshine they crave. the udder overnight' ,

Miss Ethel razed and none ever permitted the Florida Barge Canal bill. The oysters, sardines and many other This summer particularly, with vestlgator says the asset,

r Griffin were again. President felt that CongressmanGreen foods. I every minute and every penny Injected depends on the'
Jacksonville T h "Industry, government, the pur was entitled, to this recognition It Is found In abundance In fish needed to* help bring victory, and extent of the lateen

week.J. of peace should be fostered! and without a doubt he oils, like cod liver oil and, as days are too precious to lose be- The treatment has "h'".l

3t F. Griffin for once in the history of the was. For many years' "Lex" has recently discovered, shark liver cause of a bad case of sunburn. live with chronic caw',;r:

Camp Blending war should be out for all waged a persistent and wise fight oil. It is assumed that, though| \V teh Exposure tills, and Dr Sands i

Percy Lee of time. The Big Four should see for a canal across Florida, and the centuries, fish and even cer- Although some people might not It will cure the disease,,1 t

I "NEW LIFE"for the week-end It-and to this only In an- while he failed to win the Ship tain plants acquire the ability to agree a very deep tan that la stages as well Hoiever,-

Marr and family. nouncing peace. Canal, as he wanted It, he hall store vitamin D during the, sunny almost black is not particularly to case where the Infettin
Spring Mrs A. IL "Any peace conference, any secured a compromise that will season against the time when the be desired. Actually, the tanning acute at time of train'

Oxfords MI'.. W. M. treaty, and League save that of be worth a great deal to our sun shone less biightly. Indicates that your body is piling Iodized mineral oil tetatt

visited relatives Big Four will merely lay the state and to the whole country.We Oilier> Vitamin Source up colored pigment in the skin gravate the Infection.

Get Out Those Old Spring basis for war again and still have no desire to overlookthe In winter very little sun reaches to protect it from getting too In
Slippers. We'll Make Them THE OLD again. But an enforced peace by Intelligent and forceful accomplishments : fish under water in northern cli- much sunlight! the normal course of aBut

Do For Another Season. If need Democracies la the goal to of Senators Pepper i mates. Fish in these regions are My own experience has been I take care newt f
you all peoples have been found to have pose myself too long,fa:j
large quantities of
and Andrews that, other
artic too, in behalf of things being equal, I
to relieve but never have had In all vitamin D stored unpleasant consequences
the canal. Without in their livers. feel healthlst when I
their absoibe lots
The Electric Shoe or that lazy tired hlftoryt Now it should be had." and wise assistance with persistent this- Certain trees In Norway store it of sunshine and the fresh air that know are almost sure to r

ri' Shop I temporary The Roll of Honor, consisting issue, the Canal bill would not during sunny times and have been goes with it. I take In all I can
be sure;you get 27 names was unveiled and have passed the Senate. used by natives for medicinal
Opposite. Park Theatre) read by R. H. Cox. It consisted had bitter, and determined They purposes. YOU CAN M

ALL men directly related to em- to overcome, an was apposition evidenced Vitamin D can also be added AUTO PARTSUSED REAL mi
ployes here. artificially by Irradiation. the
by the fact that the bill nro-
I cither patriotic songs were sung passed the Senate by the marginof cess of exposing: a substance to TIRES (WE HAVE 2ont ACID
igi SINCLAIR AKent'I by the audience and after the only one vote ultra-violet rays. The sunshine YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS. t

meeting adjourned, a short social vitamin is now packed in manyof AUTO GLASS CASH FOR ? INDICES
Gasoline Oils period was enjoyed. opposition of Republican the newer Irradiated foods CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY
and Fuels]
Vandenberg of Michigan, anda available for home CONDITION.
Frank Crews is enjoying a ten-: couple of narrow-minded, jeal- use. .
WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR day furlough with his family and ous Congressmen from our own There are three ways, for Instance Used Autos $2:>> up .c-ra- I i
of putting vitamin D Into BISMAI
US A RING WE friends. state, the Ship Canal bill would
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Grainger have passed both,houses In WashIngton milk: (1)) keep the cow in the HASKI.NSAUTO
sun, ((2))
Belle keep the cow in a dark
Glad are guests of Mr. years ago, and the Canal
H. E. TUCKER, Agent Mrs J. G. Godwin for sev- would now be serving the nation stable bathed in the glow of an PARTS I '
days. and its building would have saved' ultra-violet lamp and ((3)) Irradi- North of Town on Road IS Carpenter's Drug
e.5' For ate the milk itself.Dispodtionx I
;,. Sinclair Refining Co.Phone Mi and Mrs. Reese Bradley of many ships badly needed right ---
( the I now, along with their and Weather _.
spent valuable < ..
week -
158 Starke past ----- ---------
their parents, Mr and Mrs. cargoes and hundreds of human we may depend upon
M." lives. irradiated foods for supplementary -
Bradley and Mr. and Mrs.
H. Hundley. Many others 'in Florida who supplies of vitamin D, we Prompt Service Careful Drivi

Mr. and Mra. R. P. Stubbing have interested themselves in the should get most of it from the

VICTORY ROLLFAST ,, we regret to say, have moved Canal program should also come I sun.There la
a distinct
Tallahassee. The call to ser In for a share of the credit along psychologicalvalue Starke Taxi Servi
ONLY in sunlight that
$33.75 In the near future of their with Congressman Green and the be not to
Dr.-R. P. Stubbins either. As a matter -
Jr., made Their
.. .. move dream for a big of fact, it Isn't hard to under-
necessary worthwhile project i. near to
v SEE YOUR LOCAL RATIONING'' Mrs. George Manama is visiting realization. stand the enthusiasm of sun worshippersit's Phone 150

uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. hard to be grouchy
TO SEE IF YOU ARE Wilson at KIngsley Lake. -Clay County Crescent. when indulging In a leisurely sun !
Mrs. W. E. Malone and Mra. Office Day
*. Watts spent Wednesday in Supplies. Bradford Probably none of you who read

EASTERN AUTO City on btulneas. County Telegraph this have failed to notice the ----

V. S. St. John jonn A. Bouvler Jr,, of Miami "'< ; ,OwnerBradford his parents. Mr. and Mra. : > '> t. 1 W".ft.! 1Wi n?""' .:t fJ'' : ;:

A. Bouvier spent Tuesday In i r .

'' _._,- --.. .. "'-- u ,,, ""- J n Wednesday and will accompanied return to THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR! ,

his little "
daughter Betty, and
fr ,
1 Mary Joyce Bouvier, who el tamlanl to 't'hiehlheJleJt.eaJl.Re ft
P spent the past two months e l ai lV
their grandparents. 4t
?dY We Cater To Civilians On Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins I '" .
the week-end In .
Jackson "
George Washington ,!aid; these words m
} visiting I Mrs. rg.;; et s
Wiggins' t ;f word that gave America new and vigorous ti ay
COURTEOUS CURB Mrs. Maxwell.Mr. a t ', meaning among the nations the earth
and Mrs. C. J. \, ,' on '
Woodward ''''J its citizens rt ;
c'r" :i gave new hope for freedom s
a new
FOR YOUR Maitland were the week-end of !lr. and we
Mrs. M. E o/J; have
+ -'\>f ,.-I kept and shall keep unblemished a
1.2 MILE NORTH OF STARKE ON Mrs. W. W. Fish and small Id standard in which men of honor, men ,of good
,, .., 1 will everywhere find faith.
Sandra and Jane, are But
what does the
". Enemy'think of Honor?
lame time with Mr. and ,'' '
Think back to December 7, 1941. Our "' "
J. O. Randall. 1>>y< ,
Government is negotiating; with the Japanese.
Lila % r a
Ray Caldwell
spent the : 1
PUT YOUR 1 WARTIME TRAVEL ( with Merry Beth Knight tt'fr--.< handed Reply to our last communication is .,

Starke and now Merry Beth Is t"\ ''W" 0- immutable in. desire The Japanese of the Japanese Reply says Government"It is the 'tt

the visit. ..to assure world "
peace. It is 2:15: in
Hal Brannen of Lake p m.
4-M y the guest of Chas. Thornton and Washington. Just 55 minutes ago Japanese bombs
days last week. guns this farce of Japanese Honor.
W. E. Malone Wouldn't it be fine to be a Jap!
visited his son,
But what of us we fight for that honor
who Is In the Army Air America has
to long, to successfully maintained.
City last week And in the

tV tVI 9-9 MONDAY 1 TttSlM WEDNESDAY Mr),'report.. and Mrs.him Jack getting Chamber along, .of amid good the will blessings tranquility, we find of our our of friend our America.neighborhood,honest men,men. .

I, j of Starke have moved Pledge your faith to your America. Drink n
l t.tt.U. iaBCfEi. the Farm. toast to her honor with a friendly cUss o."
good JAX Beer!
t Mrs. W. C. Stringfellow Mrs. 't
Bradshaw and Melba \ .
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visited in Gaines .
1 You'll be helping Tuesday '" ,."

'' week-end trips whenever Miss WUIa Jean Malone has
,1 the time when travel visiting Mrs. Curtis Malone
crowded--the only time
Lake Butler
1. workers and men on and the latter Is
? visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .

,1; 1hsWottHoT' TUNIONEBUUS Sr Miss here.Betty- McRae and little Try JAX JUMBOA

Patricia and '
Lacy Conway Eleanor ,, SIZE OTTll
returned to their home In Mil Q ARt 'n
McIntosh after visiting here for E IiW For Uncle Sam need some' of the metal I r.e "* '
f with several BEER of getting''
week.. ?
bottle rape. You earl then be sure ,he Vxshare "
-- of the famous Drink of Friendship ..buy< beat,
MANUSCRIPT COVERStE1 ,JUMBO is the convenient, p.trtotlo way to
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Governor Asks j

Special Scrap'

\ BRING YOUR Drive In State t f ". ,

Gov. Spesaard I. Holland today )I. (I''
SCRAP IRON called on Klorldiarm to gather I '
enough scrap Iron to replace the i; On.old radiator will provlda I
cruiser which the Navy announced I crap iiaal tiaodatl fur B.v.n. '.:
was lost In the Solomon III- teen.90 cali b. rln.
land battle. \ I
AND RUBBER "I am Informed" he said, "that I I
in the construction of a modern I.
U. S. cruiser 3,219 tona of scrap "
steel and iron la Sure. .
nect'IIMary. On. old lawn mows will i ,
ly Floridians raise thin I D \
to can h.lpm.k.I al I*9-inrh.h.ll. \
amount in short order. .f ; ,
He designated August 22 an I
the day for the campaign and f<< '
On uaolaai old lira :
h State's 78 *
: salvage com X X
to extend their efforts willprovidrumurh .
day. rubber aa|I.uaad in I
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Member''Florida. National Group, Inc. PARAMOUNT GRILL (


HOG & HOMINY FARMS .. : "1 i .
STEPHEN EDGAR SPARKS ", PARK THEATRE tanks' ships for our fighting : ,

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HI HAT TAVERN DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Get paid for it ,on the spot '


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Lets Jolt Them With Junk From Bradford County! I II

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) \ Local Salvage Committed: L. T. Dyer County Chalmrwnf Stark*-Cha*. II. AileD, Zrke Dryden; If..mp..m.11ucJ& AUy. M. I. WeS tternon ;
; Graham-lUley Wandln; Brooker(). B. CoUon, It. E. flaxen; Lawte)'-J.N. Hlmford.Gr.rite Kotwrtv; llellftrunn-Bill KnldMi, t
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p g. wl *'" arty under the said certificate. la. Unknown.. Twp. -011
,. wherein th. named Court and cause >
I CHCRCn DIKECrrORT OF above .ntHhd c tse| J la the of Metta You are rquIrd to appear on S, n.
: I$1 New "V" Mail Ie seekS plaintiff _k. .dlvorc sued wan lam. cress 2
: SERVICES P/alntrf./ "0.,fronv ev.y.S, ,opus'to the C uo y shall Bradford Hanimett- .shall. be September 't. the abovenamed I Under .mir5 t C"..

Now Available'in rlRST BAPTISTHe of.desertion. Order .ll.aafo.u: weekly isUe.. Unless said certificate seeks! divorce.cause, wherein I T of 'I'IHJiWi
4 I .round. and redeemed according; to law the plaintiff Bradford rfrmi
,. A. Ia. LIgStf.... Past.* further ord..r.c that thisorder .. Win.. /ortcl.1 property described therein will be County Telegraph .h.U thl> I more
Saw M.' W.I_' Street b. week for Starke, l'iorlc'la. at the Order In four eUbU.h .. I or he,5 '
AI4 .old to the hlffheet bidder I.
? ThomasA. sad .
l544. I
,'. : an endeavor "to reduce the Church School 9 4ft A. M. four consecutive weeks In t Ile 27th Clerk of said court. courthouse door on the first Monday a.D.y hand and official I The Certlr.at No stember

i.- .I .. weight and bulk of mall to and Mernnt: Worship 11.00 A. M. Bradford. County of general Teleajraph.circulation an.w..pap..r 7-S1 4t (OFFICIAL SEAL) In the month of September eal at Stark., Florida thin July I city 01 ..
B. T. U.: 7 00 f. :M. : 8-1 1942. which la the 7th day of SepUlDatred"thls 27th, 1942. A. J. Thomas 2. under the
t : V : from our armed forces abroad Kvenlns Worahlp ':00 P. M. published In the City of Btarke, A. Clerk of court. I isSued Wfts In said "'

make available more I Wednesday Worship S.OO: P. M. Bradford County. Florida. 2V CIRCITIT COITRT BR"DFORD of August 4s .14 SEAL I Goodwine; and tb.
.nd thus WITNESS the Honorable A. SS.Adklns. COLNfY. FLORIUAI IN C.1IANEfthemlo. 4th day 'J.a 8-1 OFFICIAl ) I the said the a.

: for the transportation of a. Judge of this Court.and CERY 1942." I C..rtrleat.ProP.rty Un,
: pace IV riRCOIT No
d i riHST MKT1ODt: SEAL) A. J. Thomas COUNT. BRADFORD 6) I...<
the Heal of this Court, In the D. Dldousls, Plaintiff. ( I
10/'FleJAr 0.1.
rif vital military material", and "to Me*. G. C. ......11. _..... City of Htarke, Bradford County.Florida. v.. Violet M Didou.la, Defendant. Circuit' Court of Bradford (OINT. FLORIDA IN tHANI I Uol. Tom Melrlda .
i 120: IV.' c....... Street grd of Au- County Florida. 8-7 r .. L ; provide moat expeditious possible Church School 10 00 A. M. Ihi. the day 'oKOKR'OF9PURLirATION 1.2 Mllll Daub, PlaIntiff v.. I redeemed ,.UII...
dispatch and handling: of mall toy : .u.t. A. D. 14.A. AND DaHh. Cam No. Americ Property c'le"'rlhtd 10 b
Sunday p'Z'rr."lfotl:00 A. M.Tounr J. Thomai NOTICE) Tea APPEAR IV CIRCUIT COURT, BR4DO ) : I to tb. tlisrsiiaol
and from our armed forces abroad" : P. M. Clerk of the Circuit Court and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Violet COl'ISTY FLORIDA IN. CHANDomenlco NOTICE TO APPEAR AND I Courthou. hllh..t .,
KvsninaWorship t:00 P. M. for Bradford County, Florida.OFFICIAL M. Dldousl., whose il day In the on lbl.
t :'tJ4 the Postmaster General Wednesday Worship (:.00 P. H.T. ( SEAL) 196 Mlllburn Ave., Maplewood.r..ld"nc. N. CERV Macrl v.. 'A'Ifonslna STATI OF FLORIDA to: America I 1541 whl.h ''Donth 01 I'
of War and the J. B Kelly Deputy Clerk. PI.lntrt. 1. Path lhOKDEH Itt
I tbe Secretary Hy J. nt. K' I 1)42.

iI Secretary of the Navy announce MARK-IS EPISCOPAL STATE OF FLORIDA l You are required to appear OflSeptember Case No.Z..rboDI Ja"rl Derenc Fork.= are .. :. to appear on I Dated. this 81b" d

Hev. Wreel' ......... Heeler 7th, 14 the above ORDER 110.PUBLICATION AND Seutember 'h.. in the above I 1942.OFP'ClAL da, I
... the Inauguration of a new postal 904 N.' Cbarek Street COUNTY OP BRADFORD named Court wherein 'I'(l APPEAR named Court and cause, I ( SEAL
ervlce facility known a. "Y.MallService" Church Bchooi 10:00: A. M. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the plaintiff seek, divorce. Bradford -to: -Alfon- plaintiff seeks divorce wh.-re Clerk of Circuit ) 4 I
above and foregoing; I. a true copy this STATNFWRiA I Count
00 M. County Telegraph shall publish CO.r
Hunday Worship II: A. of the original Order of Publication County Telegraph .hall publish thl. FlcrJda o'
Sunday Mvenlna7.30 P. M. Order in next four weekly l le"u. Province of Calabria, Country I
: Order In next four
weekly Issues
.u.tbP! ; Postmaster Fred F. Stump has Friday Hvenlnar 7.SO: P. ... made office In the thin said the cau.e 3rd day on II.August Witness my hand and official of Italy Res.1 Witness my hand and official, _

&;' All necessary Information about Holy Pays 10:00 A. M. my A' b' 1Mfc ,. ..al 4th.at Starke. I'iorlc'la. this August You are required appear'on ..al.t Starke. "Florida this AU 'R"Tr: ('Ol'R' II
September 7tb., 1941 the ab.venamed goal 3rd.. 1945.OFFICIAL COIJI'ry. ,
JlI; this new method of mailing letter A. .J. Thoma.OFFICIAT. (( l"AL) A. J. Thom. Court and cause, whertnplaintiff ( ClfY. FLORIDI I
., to husbands, son or .weetheartsoversea (;.... H. All... .....? ( SEAL) Clek. I Aa Court. 8-7 4 1.2 seeks divorce. B.tor A. Clark of said I LJourt"l'J a-28 Va." Willins SI'bpr POlo" ,
shall '
'' S48 Mertfc Cherry. St. By J. H. Kelly Deputy Clerk. County Telegraph Case
and tbe "let No. ,
necessary In weekly ue.Wltnens
; Order next four 211
Church Sohool 10-00: A. U 8-7 4t 8-28 NOTICE Or APPLICATiON FOR $
ter sheet" be bad free of *. my hand and officialaeal NOTICE OF APPLICATION
r& may Sunday Worship 11:00: A. t TAX FOR
Florida this July P'RLICA1Q
Senior Cruaadea P. M. *>. at Starke, TAX niCKU
1:00 ie3)
: ( <
:y -4 charge by applying at the local STATE OF
Intermediate Youth 1:00: P. M. IN (c-inruiT.. rovRT.rOUNTY. BRADFOR IS HEREBY OIVEN 28th. 1948. A. : ThomasftlCIrtSf (Kes.<. Bill N.ISO) Polock l'LOfllflAi.:

'. : ,' postofflce. These letter sheets area Evening Worship 7.00: P. M. FLOHIUAl IM cIIAN- TOt.. Jeannette D. Klncald said VcIAL SEAL NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVKN. r..ld

i'O combination letter and envelope tElty. Tax Certificate No. 386 < That K. K. Green holder of Tax You are .
j J. .. A. D. Certificate No. 3$. IsHUed r.qulrod
1 Raymond Schmidt Plaintiff. v 2nd day of July the 8th., September is
!:+ : each la a sheet of stationery .T... ROWAItD'S_....(ATISOLICkv. Henrietta Oalter Schmidt Defendant 1934. ha. filed name In my office iiv CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD day of July, 19X6 and Tax Certificate named Court 7th.. Ulla

1 of a standard minimumwel&ht. Ths. ....r.. Pastor Case No. 2103. and has made application for a COUNTY. FLORIDA I IN tHAN.CER. No. <9. issued the 4th.. day of plaintiff '
Tewsail Av eEarly ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND tax deed to be I..u.d thereon. Said .. August A. D. 1924. haa same. County "rha "1.0..
? U? ja1ir.: : which Is ax> constructed M....9.00. I.vIe.uSunday A.. M. NOTICE TO APPEAR certificate embraces the following Rudolpl 'and.l. Plaintiff v.. In my office and sas application this .TO"crph" 'hD

and gummed aa to fold Into, a STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marietta described property In the County of Rand.l. Defendant Case for a tax deed to be issued next
Mass (.00 A. M.
JaIler Schmidt whose re.l- Bradford. State of Florida, to-wlt 140. thereon.' Raid certificate embraces aU"n.'
._. uniform and distinctively marked wish Day M... S.OO: A. M. c.nc. I. 948 N. lath SI.. Philadel Lota 3. 4 Livingston, 201.ORDEIt OF PUBLICATION AND the following; described property in seal at '"' !": b.nd

Y-i !' envelope. (Nothing may be in- Pennsylvania Truby & toe fIN. of NK>4 otNK"4 NOTICE TO APPEAR the County of Bradford, State of gust 6th Htark.19U.1 Fiird bl U
n You required to E STATE OF FLORIDA to Florence Florida to-wlt 1 .
nOVPBI: TABKR1ACI.IBMr. are appear on Sec. 28 Twp I 8 22 : : (OFFICIAL

i; i closed In the letter.) cud Mr.. J. T. tailarley M.OMMHunday fl I September 7th.. 1942 in the above The assessment of h\ prop- Randall whose residence la NISVi of NEVi of SW.% Sec. 1 Aa Clerk nf $.uu KAL.,. ().... A I_
Hervlce 7:XO P. M. --- "
baa been
1L As) already stated, -
Friday Service 7:110: P. M.
this new method of mailing; takes NOTICE OF ELECTION

j up less apace leaving more room TRAIN SCHEDULE

", i 1' .: l for sending vital war materials. SouthboundNo.

; 4, and receives special handling by 1 (local) ,due Starke 11:13: : wwTfteA,, The a legislature of 1MI for the Investment of sinking fundssaid or be.r owned or used for weh'' Piled m office Secretary a State th. trto ehre%U a,J
bnder the Constitution of 1885 ot tne Board may use the .' funds the State 01 Florida. sbaU June 12 1941. said J
,v the postal authorities so that the PM.No. State 01 "'orld. did Deal I Joint created for said bonds ot 0.101 CUt pup. a Oommlsaion M be to 82 inclusive and 21. nu",.

k men in the armed forces receive 101 (Miami) due Starke Resolutions oroposlng .m.admea" u or special road and bridge ., nowo as I.Clame and Fresh Water k JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing and except loch Dart 1 I I

&i& mall much th. Constitution 0 the 8t. Fo.Ia other unit b.rlDd.r. to purchase tbematured Flsn Commission, SUc Commission an amendment to Article 7. Section 3 clnct numbered SI S "
n their quicker.It 10:33: PM and the were 1&1 or m.turnl bODd partlctpatlng s nail consist 0 m.mber. one of the Constitution of the State oFlorida. > .t o the wntcra I BIas.

Is estimated that 150,000 letters No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:28: of three-fifths 0 a members herein It". ou.tv o (tjin each cnlloaa dltrlo& aaexisting Relative t Census and Apportionment Ba,. o
elected to each ho.e that the other special road and on .h.1 by Section 3. Another of the
g of "V-Mall" will take up no AM. rote on said Joint Rlutlo or other specIal taxing district there b appointed by the Governor, of said Article AmeDdlDI Designate Mid u

more space nor weight any more Northbound entered upon their ouroeIewIth .r of. provld& that as to said matured confirmation by the Senate The Broward Count .e a Senatorial District D.lrlc.. eDal compnit the ut tu ta
the and oava thereon and thereof as an investment members so appointed snail annuallyeleCt and Calhoun Countyand the
No. 2 (local) due Starke 5:43: : .. valu. designate 1941. in Comma
than 87,000 ordinary 1 letters. they did determine and dt' that mal be the once paid therefor. S one of their members .Chairman Count a Senatorial DIs. embr.e. _

Plans are also perfected for photographing AM.No. the Said Joint _'utlon. submitted which not exceed the par value of the Commission trlct.OW tric Minim*dnicrlbrt ol the S _

these V-Mall letters I 192 (through) due Starke to the electors of the State at plus Investment accrued Interest and that said 2. The fe iiembers 01 the Commission BE IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGISLATURE mlssloners of uid Count*Omral atal
the General Election shall bear Interest at ths .
) la November be appointed on January THE STATE OF 7-LORIDA et sen. except the ]
on small film for sending Overseas 6:28: AM. 1942 rate of three (IS) Den cent per annum. 1. 1943 and shall serve respectivelyor 01 following amendment to In the aforesaid Irl rf

} so that they may be carried No. 108 (through) due Starke' NOW THFBITORB t R A ORATBecretarr In). T. said Bard "h.1 annual1'y one two. three four and fiveeara Tat 3 of Article 1 of the Contltutioa numbered 24 and 25.! ln kj
use .. At the expiration of each of .
of of of the State of Florida relative Election I
Blat 'ta. rnd p".ln.t H
1 by plane by the thousands quickerand 6:43: PM. Florida, do IIV. notice .. 0 count. fir. t oav current orlnclpsl such trnlucceMor shall be ap to Census and apportionment. east weitern Dum" j

cheaper than the old way. No. 44 (through) due Starke GENERAL ELECTION and bonds.' m.turlnl. If anv, of said pinted t serve fo a term of five designating Broward County a* th"th.rt.nlntb Bay.The o tDI o
and other fuel tax
(391 Senatorial DiStrict
3:28 PM. County OommMoml
Postage on this type of mall Is : anticipation of such 3. The of the Commissionshall and Calhoun County and
arm be held/ In each count In Florida c.rllr.le 00110's membor Oul County shall elected in thIs I
l the same as on an ordinary letter. Reservation train on Tuesdav next succeeding the first ty or .pal., bridge no compensation for their ae the fortieth <40> District general.election In UMlitmjb Cminn

,t,, 4, However In uniform Starke and Hell Mondav In November A D 1942. th. trict. 0 I b e r .Pcla taxing services as such, but escb Commissioner be and the same I. hereby agreed & flee for the terra or two ,
men district m
may said Tuesday being the thereof: .pene ro establish shall receive his necessary traveling and shell be submitted to the eleetr which they
mail their letters free merely by No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM. a .In"'nl fnr to meet or other expenses Incurred while of the State of Florida for and their .h.1 tan bcaj
THIRD DAT Of NOVEMBER future hUlrem.nl of said bonds and engaged in the discharge of bla Official rejection at the Oeneril Election ol offin i
writing the word "Free" In the No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: anticipation o be .U.ct.d bv this
1"ln. oth.r tax duties but such shall not exceed after the .mti
w M stamp apace.Thone. PM. said for the Joint rstinratton Resolution or rejection 0 0 0 of. I the. where I anpears the anticipated the turn o MOO.00 In any one 1c.Io"r.. t ID.lr.o : : 1942. ae the thereafter DI.trlct there ntnbluiud shill t )i.i
J I Income any vear or vears '
; interested in this typeof Dally except Sunday amendment to the ConstitutIonInc 0 will not equal scheduled trnvmenta V.U. folo.: thu iranK _
State of Florida via. thereon and thIrd. ba.1- 4. Among the powers granted to the : Section 3. The LIrl.l.tr.that .bal Count COmmlMnoP eli iiul
service may Inquire at the any rem"lnlol Commission by this Section hull be meet In regular 1925 In silo |
iv fiHci'ir' ( 01 UT Jilt"lFOhlfl JOIN1 RESOLUTION Proposing ance out of the ., two bll OIlS
window at the postofflce. f'Ol'NTY! FLOIUIlAl IM IIIAV-" .Amendment to Article of the (2c ot said .. monthlv the power to fix bag limits and to fix those that .hal meet every ten years and eler'ed from tnt lv
t KUY.William. Constitution of the State I Florida c.nl" sear be remitted. bv said open and closed seasons on a statewide thereafter apportion the representation Large Every Cnuntv Comma

Taylor Campbell Plaintiff. Relating to Taxation and Finance by board as follows: Eighty (80%> T regional or local basis as It may In the S.nat. and shall Dude Count who ,b.1 t tie t
Trust No Bull- v". Jtnth I>nrr Campbell\I, Defen Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent to the State Road Deoartment for find to be appropriate and to regulate provide for forty ( Districts the general. curium I IMinl
dant. Case No. 2111. Creating a State Board of Admlnla- the construction or reconstruction of the manner and method of taking I such DI.trlCt to be .nearly after eh.1 b"'4 attire la i a

t4L Even "Tame" OHllKIt PUBLICATION tratlon Prescribing lt Power and Stile Roads and within the tran.purlD".: storing and using blrd. equal In aa practicable four The _M. duneomoensatton
Ones, ANtI NO'I'J("''') TO AHPHAK Duties and Providing or tbe use ot eountv or for the bldl.lease or purchase fr b.rlnl animals fresh .ter but no County shell be divided Inm.nl of rich Cmin|

8TATK OK FIxrmiDA: to: Ruth Peed of Cents per O.loa of of bridges connecting State hlghwavs f.h. amphlblan The such .pprtlonmelt. and m.lnnp. shall be u ttoa B
Is Good Advice Purr Campbell whose residence' Is .To Other Motor Tax within' the Count .nd twenty 2011 Comm.lon Ib.1 ale power DI.cl.t .' : bv l I..
1723 Lanler Place North West for tit I the Payment and Retirement ocr cent to th. Board of Countv Com.mlMtoDer to acquire gift all property Broward County. Flor Approved bj tbs Coterie I
Washing-ton Dlntrlct of Columbia. of AU Outstanding Issued By mich county use on necessary useful or convenient ida. shall constitutethe Thirtv-nlntb 1941
... The most dangerous of domesticated You are required to appear on Any County or Bond Road and bridles fo fo the We of the Commission In the 39th) Senatorial District and Cal Filed In office Betty I
September 7th.. 1942! In th.r.ln exercise Its power hereunder County Florida and Cull County 28. 1941. o
animals in Florida (and the above Bridge District Prior to First D., of Id). Said Board shall have the bon
I named Court and cause, wherein July A. D 1931. for Road and Bridge a T. Commission appoint shall constitute the Fortieth
elsewhere Dower to mike and all rules .b.1
Is enforce
) the "tame" bull. plaintiff wneks. divorce Ttradforil and fo I2> Public Hlghwa and rl, of. and re- I40 Senatorial District: and at
Purpe. the full Ple.u. A !
) For years Dr. Raymond Becker County TelftKraph shall. publish this .. .t/.ton. nepessarv to ITantedand move. a suitable oeraon. the same time the Legislature shall JOI RELV01
Order In next four weekly Isxues. Pr ., oowirs berebv and such Director have such all apportion the representation In'' an t S"II.I ISx |
State : no legislation required to .h.1
Experiment Station T shall be of the flatlcg
dairy my hand and officialseal THE powers and duties aa be prescribed House of R.nr.pnt.tlv. and CnD.lutno
at Htarke Florida this 01 BTATI 01 FORIDA. render this amendment of full force by the 1. shall Hom.'td mi
husbandman has been stressing Au- That Commission pursuance of a'Io1 ( ) Representatives I t
end and after tree
effect !
gust 8nl. 1943. t. a IDralnl from Its duties to so a. Permit WsteiIncome
under this of l.
Section Such most populouscounties
this idea Article of the Constitution of I.
V to Florida farmers and (db'KK'lAl. HIjAL, ) A. J. Thomas 1043 The f.euIsletI1re'hail Director shall subject the approval and two ) from an store fs
the deaths of two men and injuries Aa Clerk of said Court. 8-7 4t 8-2S State ol Florida relating to Taxationand continue the levlea' of said taxes of the Commission t each of the next R"r..n.tv. Due to anv Pennn theHndoli
by adding thereto an ad luring the life of thIs Amendmentand salaries Ill as Provided SSubject
nf. and at measure poPulous countlea and one Re Tmln
to others as results of bull I'll "I""IT fit'it'r. .1t"UFOltO dllona section to b. Known as Sec shell not posit an. 'law havlnv and : live presents of Oarnl B r
.I.t.nt. other employees to each of the remaining counties .
attacks <'01 >'TV, ton of said Article IX creating a the effect of withdrawing proceeds of not more lit v
oi, during the past six KHY.. Board of Administration: prescribing of said two (3c taxes such powers and duties of the state at the time nf ettch'nnortlonroent tnt Courts of thu Stilt aij

months have placed greater emphasis T.enimnl A. Gray Plaintiff v. It. powers and dulleR and from the .. c.nt this amendment may mission b. assigned or the Director to them by No the Commissioner Com.. to apportion Should the the' Lll.atur.f"n Provided bv Law for tte Pi

c his Ifolly Wooda Uray Defendant.. Casa providing ro the use of the proceeds The Board shall rmv refundingexnensea shall .'n..mt.ton any Obligations ArKIni iv Ii
on be the
warning "Don't of two eligible for any such Senate and In the
ot the
No. 2105ORUER per gallon gasolineor and other exnenses for services ReI. Implied Contrail SIIIMM"J
trust any bull, and especially a PimLICATION AND other motor fuel tax for I 111) thepayment rendered sneclfleallv for or which apDIDtmeac 8 The or employment. resentative the at. .nv regular .Io Adoption ot thu Am.ndl]
resulting from the at of the times
; 'tame bull'." NOTK'K] Tl At'PEAIl and retirement of all out..t.ndlnl. s.re prot>erlv/ eharveable to the account operation of rn. 'L..tur. anv Further Provldlnt !ifmotw L
Commission herein designated
and from It shall be the
bonds Issued D1 anv counts of an. count from funds distributed ot [Ml
8TATW O1 In Cases Inenmi
FIAHIIDA to Dolly the nf
Ji :
: .
All bulls be says are dangerous Woods. Urav whoso leKldence In Un. .pll road and bridge district to ."ch ...tv: but eeneral' nenes ..dmlnl.t.tlon- the laws and nt the Legislature or i Legislature' we"eeoJins1 Twenty-five Dollars ow ."'J
,. ---- -- --- Push of Jul,. D of the BoNed .\ to birds game such regular session of theTeglplaturp
but a bun that has known prior t Day A. for services rendered all ., .. to Neress'tlei' ot tiff 5Defined f
been raised animals fresh water fish either In Snerlal' Keentar
b.orlnl >
1031 ,
and counties i I
; You alike shall I IBl
are required to appear on ro md brldl. pur- ov the LetilItUit
,. as a pet and to all appearances September 7th. 1942 In the above and publlo them and neil nut of saidfiinrfs sn..other. .m"hlbl.I". tOeth..r with session to annnrtlon ..- IT RESOLVED BT TillLATURE
'I Is named Court and to Hereof to and shall be submitted the same feast mid tsx provided .nt.tnn In the Senate and In the
almost as cause, wherein .le o o for such
I gentle as a to .d. Durnose shall CO the ae herein' OP TIE STATBOFJl'
plaintiff ...k. divorce. Bradford el"tor of the State of are distributed the several ttut P.Ott"'v'
: lamb la i likely to turn into a wild County Telegraph shallpubllsh thl. Florida for t.rtllcelO o rejection at counties, amonl. nfsld Stt Came Fund and shall used "rnvld"d regular/ Federal That the folnwtn. .m.nd I
Order In the next held I be made esch"emilsr Commlalo .It deem 0 regular State Census whichever lion I 0
fury in sheep's clothing. "Folks next four weekly lasts. ,.. E.eloD S b expenses .h.1 I fit In carln" the .h.1 shall have been Uiken of Florida autboruiM
Witness In 1942.
the OrV.I"
my hand and official .folo" .I.n .
nave a to L.-.t.tu. h.ref for no other purposes any .Tmortlonment of merit of an, wa. pillS!
tendency be cautious seal at and the t.s'ile'en.l .
Florida thin July "Section 18 (a). That beginning I may Iml' t. Commission may not T. 'nibs and R.nr..nt"v. due .n oeraon who 1111*1
'about being around a strange bull 29th.. 1942. A. J. Thomas .nua 1st. 1943. and for fifty I SOI f.. o the t..P. beyond the current ohl-at.of ne "n.t. shall i family, tteifln-SJ\

; or one that Is obviously dangerous A.7-31 Clerk 4t 8-21 of paid(OFFICIAL court SEAL .fear te.art. the proceed of 0I.d".r Anpv&:; by tbe ?. May 13 State Game Fund r.ourc. '".n..nt.tl.'* such enrmrtlnnment. control. In the n ".nt.t. tent of .!orvld.d DI !
but : of the total tax so authorized by the Legislature. the Legislature/ shall fall to rennonr."on Is hereby arreed to ."I,]
they make the mistake -- State law upon gasolineand Fii-1 in office SectS 7. may enact mltted to the
et.t LI.I.tur. any representation 'In the tests. .1.\1 ol-
p. _______ quite often of considering: a so- NOTICE 0V ElECTION! other like prouct of petrole" 13 1941., o lot but not Inconsistent '.trp-tl.. required by this, amendment rhe Oenersl' EI.ct'oo
called ''tame bull 1. N. l>. Walnwrla-ht. Jr., Mayor now known t.. 8Dd 0. ., with. tl provisions of this amendment .%. Governor shell thirty Je" tlves In 1942 for their WJJJJ

gentle animal. as' a docile of authority Starke :;..1.13arn. II.u.la of the and up. otbe, shall U& prpl A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing I ent herewith all existing laws Inconsist .' the edlr' i"lh"the revnlarsession lection: that Is.1 u' t B
Thus they me do II .h.1 no longer remain call the tneetn of Article X !> .m.d"
expose hereby call placed monthly In 'State an Amendment to the Constitution of I In Lt.latur
/4 an election held force and
4 themselves to the 'tame' bull and I at the city hall In the to aforesaid be Distribution Fund In the State the Stl of Florida to be known .I penalties .rrec&* All of.tbe laws fixing' ''tie. ."t"n., I" "Id. ch.r.t lbs rolo.IO' 8.
town by the ury and three 131 of Article XVII., Relating fI" of reannnrtlnnmnt and Section 1-A T"L! \i
danger while qualified I visions
they avoid voter on divide Ilt c amendment and all .. I
; the obviously M F"i"h ex-fraordlnsrv' eesston of the !* wages and income frOm U 1 1whatsoever
Tuesday. September 8, 1842 for p &.1 dltbute I Aendment. Imllll license c. .h." 'lattire Tlflt
j dangerous animal." / BB IT RESOLVED BY .. b ...bv manrtatortre reenitrertte dns and <> I
3 Dairy bulls the purpose, of electing the follow- motbamO U. ..r Cuat. LATURE OF n. LI8 to lime. the fe.l.lur tm. > -'o' the nrsenrtlon a* come due and owlnf tO J J
are more log officers .folo "
$! dangerous : T BATS u'P t > amendment hT.it. who is the bead of r .
than those of the beef breeds because On. Mayorinrt"o"I part according to area one part I That be known the IA e Aopro.e bf the <"*rnor MapS ''pa ".". .',,>*f t"h ...Crs.s0iI. .n this .ate. shall be'srnl.bment
.. according population and one part as Section of Article SxW '. tiil
: In
they are qulcker..Qulck.as :: of .aid; .election R. 'A. according the counties contributions of the present Oltl"lol be office ., -.. !.1.. r.qonoion.STit .eniTP, bs pri4:
t. f as
thesame -tt.
a goat 0 n their feet" Dr. :NewHome. F. A. $uOtt. J. 1., Peek to cl of State road construction b.rl' of the snail be 1941. 8J 0 Stt l he _.*' nf fw.-." dee ne, t. ail .' the 'en. of not """
and m ,
N. T. Hitch. ratio et abmlt&c -
Becker dl.trbuto 8.t <'*tn*>me>tt Is efls"'I.' e4 rtsl S.ICB, ws et iiw

says. And a "tame" bull .ut'.C: testimony, whereof I hereunto .oravided In Chapter I L" o tives bald, election la lbs of R.preeata.A D. 142 A JOINT .- nst.. nn tnvineaa other than sUCh.n.n.tCnP the payment;.1.1. of anv 1"-
:, standing nearby may turn on hi. my name and cause th. Polda. Act of 1931. and for _" c b ,yeas -. in RBSOLCmOlt Propnslna bv exnress or implIed .
neal of the staid the apportionment Amendment to Arti'le
town to be based on Five of the .
master In a flash and him. affixed. this hereunto the o contributions for Section I. n :onstftutlon ot Florida "pr"e by the" Governor June 1. sequent t the .dp'.m.ndmp"C
gore the 6th day of Au lunt. lbs a* an, regular o_ by Addm ; or-" .
:i Here's Dr. Becker's i advice gust., A D. 1942. cost road construction the cial 0 extra ,session tbe tert.D ..dltnDa Btlon Relati' 111. shah

farmers: L to N. D. Walnwrla-ht. Jr. amount of the contributions allah- by vots of 'hr..foUtl 0 Lgll.tur ni e t. I.tlnn o Cruit Judges File* ,'tC 0 Secretary o State of garnlshm' 'ivided
, ,,J.. lathed by the certificates .made In 1831pursuant :i bets elected t eb Hou. shall de. BB IF RESOLVED YES LEO 1 8- tune t. 1941A the t0isri I'
Keep the ATTEST: Mayor. to said Chapter 134U9. lemma that _
bull In a strong shall emergency requiring I V.ATCRI OP TH. STAn OF FLORIDA 0 11
pen. Carl Johns be taken and deemed an early decision bv ot Inc That Article) net e".t 1
If in \b. I of the I
.tp. I he has to be moved, use a bull City Clerk. (OFFICIAL SEAL) computing the monthly onclu.lv..IOlt State exist* a .Ietr this the State of Florida be Constitution an JOINT RESOLUTION Propoalne! ;: .. may from tm. t 1101

staff through the ring in his nose 8-7 i 1.1 tributable according to Constitution dealing with the subjectmatter I iddlng t..t aa additional amended Section A".n..nt of to the Article' VJ Florida.of the by the L.I.latnr.On
to lo. Such funds so distributed of such emergency msv be proposed :j be Stt.
lead aa Section
him. Ih.1 Inow 48 of
Don't allow the I v rinrviT roi'K"' 1i11DYOJiE ..dmlnl"re bv the State I and I. the proposed Amendment I article relating to the Election said I R".tnl' C County .d Municipal 1941 SectI !
of Clr-
0 offict
; bull la o
to run with COUNTY. PLUHIItAl agrred o lull Gv.rment.
the cows, as this IX IMAM- o".la.r. b t three.fourtha vot Judges be and the same la hereby
lEftY. vided. all the elected to escb I < and IT ENACTED BY LEC11StATURE U. I94L.
necessitate member shall be ,
t1 separating him from Emi Pender Plaintiff va. WI (bl The Chairman. House the tame be entered upon I JS le? c. of the sut submitted or t OF THE STATE T -
!? ? FORDA'
' I the herd twice dally-a difficult I..m n Ponder Defendant. Case State Ov.ro a the State U their respective lournals with the ,e. ratification rejection Porld. That the following I
1104.OItUtH. CO.I" o' A JOINT REOLt .
and troller constitute and oars thereon Thereupon "leneral' Election tide VIII of the Constitution thiS
a be
dangerous operation OP PlTnLIC'TTOV AND .nal. D' same session the Legislature first Held on the' State Florida the Am.nrmen. SI
porate anown provide Tuesday after relating
.. at times. Never go into bull NOTJCE TO APPEAR Board as.t. state for a special election "al held n HAVAWH. __ .en. n _the._.T first_u Monday and Munlll"1 o ._ t Cnunl tide XVI ::: I
a Admln."on. Boara -'--
; F'LOKIUA tot Wll- snail 0 not less than ninety nor more than < Seel ton Ida, Rlatl.1 .llh'1tion.
pen without tbe : .ci. ,
a weapon of some lam 1). Pender. who e residence J .nl authority.UCC..d C the p".r"control Board one bundred eighty days after ad- ..s'ii' 4 Circuit o.H..hal via be end the l1i., c of Crorn .
0 S.tt
. sort that will prevent the, bull Virginia. AdmID..u.OD. Said Board shall lournment and for publication 01 Sectors I. .rted, bV Qu.1 rl.d to and shall .submitted to the elec RpltlO.i Lltf.o
from attacking.Dr. You are rrqulrefl to appear on 0... addition such notice thereof at which special elec 'IrCUI,. o their e.p.cU.e tors of the State for ratification or p. "
September 7th. 1943 In the above may be conferred upon t it a D"e., .: tion the proposed Amendment nMI belubmlttsd rrlcln I. Other 8utt and County rte tlon at the next general Charitable PrO' r lBf"
Becker is now writing a n.m..1 Court and cause, wherein' management. control and sunervtsion to the el-ctors ot the State .1. elected to be held In November. 1942 .1fttOI: PB ITLATtJRB )'
4I bulletin l plaintiff seeks divorce. I of the of said for apprOval I or relectlon. orovHed. The first election of Circuit Section t.WI THE fT4T0Pl
dealing fr.drord two I lId cent Judge 11
with .
the P.pe. Commissioners -
handling County Telea-raoh .h.1 Dubl.h I 31 said all and 'ha* If a general. election ot Renresentatives shall ? Odd 51 the OeiiersJ of T. CUl' Section : : '
other I'
Duns, and this will be 0..1 In n.a four .. wnirn' on mon. to Within. ssld o-rtod In IIM take office Eleeto. Dade shall be t I'ro
ready .. w..kfyUj.-u. tne due ot I "1'1 C on the amendme :
.r..Cuv general election In 1942 '
such lUesday fr. elete .
distribution .n "I .n amendment Amendment .h.1 be submitted f S.tta first Monday xvi the {
within or may .f
the seal at ..P"I I.n'ar .hal Immediately after the beginning un'
: next Ilal'k. Florida thli July become i to the .
at such .
anpiicnble to ot tne 'e"to. .0"1. elec term of six years of FloridS' "
weeks.Ills 27th. IU. A. J. Thomas several oond tion ot all t.rt of orlr.. r.dl.tllt rornnonhOh'pgemptlnnN r
AN .. said counties ot thIs any .iJj'! .r. such ollC..they Dane property of ,.4ISiO''"
warning to farmers court. .1"(1., 1. and bridle district or U a majority ot the electors 5" .severally exist at of missioners' for '
7-31 tm. District to be numbered IitP"
comes (OFFICIAL SEAL) vOlnl Of this edneatlnnsl
4 .2 special' 'lnl district thereof upon the pronosed Amendment Mam Amendment be by the said '
experience Commissioners from one D
aa well as obser issued prior 1st. 1911 for adopt the Amendment they are hereby extended enirltsblesame our"'
I'M < (' rnsd the same snail to tenrnlnate to five respectively, end the or
aa once a 'lu"'I'r" HINT. nntiiFonn and Prides purposes The word become onrt of this Constitution "" the first Tuesday after tnt d.IDea. 1* hrlby .,th.
' dairy bull of such .
at "olnd.rl. such
l" t ti IM \ tiP .
.011. "Bonds as used herein This rr. m January .- to
him C lily.: l'I" .lal Incild. Amendment shall not be held to 119.Approvl .. to 'include .ubmlt.d
and had It *. Inxe ,. m."n. within the re- lor
not been .f. srrsnts ." the Y"
Kath.rln. n. ... .1 qnve.C aI-P o"V OoveDor. June State Pnrtda..
the And..on forms ot innebteanesa existing 12 .tv. D'.trtrt t.rrtr. as follow-
qulck-thlnklng- DnlThrlalntlr issued lor provision 01 the 1941.Filed
Vs. James Consmntion rejection
a, co- Cane No. :1..h..1 ) eend."t and bridire' purposes bv any county r.c or relating. to Amendments but shall be In otle. ni Secretary tricts .t" Dis n.ict In hiP: tM' --
who .
frightened the beast road and .. tune o 0 Stt. .n.1 con'I... the territory to I. V
bridge district *j
OHDKIl l"plla rPI.rded an 13 191. which the said
, he would 0. PITni.ICATlOM AND special. taxing district. o .ddllona m"tbo on the tat day of Anrll 1."nn nf *'
have Amendment .
been 1941. Con
badly ?_ !OTH'JJ FLORIDA Tl APPEAR standing, OD J-JIV Is;. 1931 or an. refimdlnn Aoprovcd bv the. Oov.ma May S' A JOI )T RESOLUTION embr.C..d numbered within ElectIOn Pre. Ha the ho amended 1 I.
to James Proposln rlnrt 24 T2. inclusive
issues thereof 1941 .
Michael Duly, cuMis.| Nellie Said Board n Amendment to Article Sixteen en. such t follows:
Ualv, shall bays the Statutory of ala parts Flection Pre
till Atlantic Ave., Hrooklyn. N. Y. Boards of County Commissioners oowere. 0 IILled ta o"lc Sects 0 dtstc.. MaI I the Constitution of Florda by addlns rifle nii-nbered 10. So. 60 and 81 aa -Section 18 'Theeornorsrinfl5 tile.0rnnti00
You are rniiulreil to lr thereto an .. ::1. east of .
Lois Sold appear on Bond Trustees i.ctloD Permit the shore of Blsavne .v.n
and .t.rn 5)111.hlo
, September 7th.. J94 In the above Authority ot road 3! an* nther tins the Lgl.latu. t v. Power > Bs* ell .. "- by a reso. hlrn ICV'S
and of
named Court VD.e'a A JOINT lution .t."I. eiinJ
wherein Ir.dl. RESOLUTION rf the hPreP
Proposing' .
district Commissioners
and ? or
Police Chief plaintiff' seeks. divorce and Oth. .0..1 "' dis. an Amendment to Article IV ol latlnl to the R\I.to. R of said County If t.hould
A. L. Custody trots thereof with the .. adopted November 14 .1. of Flo'da.
,- Alvarez of Minor Child. Krndforil County r.l.rd to said Constitution the State ol Fish and S. WItH designated ."
F. bonds except Cbs 0 Florida Product. 2 Resolution No .na.t .neht
C. Holllngirworth.' real Teleirraph .hal Plhll..b thia ad valorem. taxes Power to, Relative to Executive Department I Bad M CommIssion 1077' ifl.
01..1 her."er
, operator last week sold to in 'VVItneBs next weekly Insuea. from ..10 oosrdi .. .or.l.. take withheld aver hy Adding th..t.. Additional Sec BK n RESOLVED BY TirK 1.91015. Another o the sail Dorl shall "I. to ta'.loo. unl.-
Mr. my and orrlrl.1 all lon C e..t. Game and Fresh I.ATURI OP THE STATE OP comprise '. the Ii.. held sn
Thomas lot 1 In block 1 In seal at Htarke Florida, D..r. dOlum.." and records Wsrer That FLORIDA territory' trttr thPT '
nn..4m5 '
: 1. Comm..lon. ArtCI. Of the the 1st day I least
A. L. Alvarez 1942. J. Thomas cnc.rDID. .1. O.'d ead BB BY TTT* LEOI3-: tulor. 81..et Oo.t. munlel"l.' .
i E E'I addition to 8htI. of aald (' shall bate the from tb. Stt. Of .._ ___ Commis__.__ .f'.ftl'n.
tm. THB amended
0111' time issue e 'ATURI FLORIDA 0 .Ion. .. Uf.u :
The lot was 70x100 I t bonds .BTAT 0. thereto_____ .a_ sddltionsi n. ... .... -
( feet 1-2 ( SEAL) '"I' "lh'n th._n_ .._.... .._ ....1. ____ r.I. ... 'f atln sioners-District' No 5 a. described la sKirSry.1'
, i the n.r Article" IV "C i ., i uS ..uwu "
corner of I said' A .ctol "P' of
Center the tlcl. the
street .rlo fO an* of said state n.oi. n"tit I* Mtnm 801 Minutes of the Coun11"nl"lonr .
\ TIIH 'lu'-r-ot otlnd'D. Legislature' ?
- Alvarez Court In the ( HT op TIlE, D interest thereon se- live the Execu to vest the bower 01 maS. 0 said County at of SeCtionS Ss.1 f
north. iual"11 \L c'ihII IT ,. cure them bv a Olel..f aotlotoeted "d D.p..m.n. adding thereto .. ins rle and regulations, reistl05 page 194 *t seq: the vWV""
part of town '. OF receipts from Section to be known conservsflop 1 Another .
and sold for PI i
-L ) Mr. Holllngnworth' ."'1 Foil alit. tl>rol. stated 1" count and Fresh Water Flab Com which' "
: Thomas OnEY :.y nereio provided but not mission be b and .. is hereby on the first day of Anrll rIled ill 0fflce g-
plans flst.I0. the
to move a low. at a greater ratetf interest than ald s same is nerebv .1..d.I .h.n .ubnrt.t, "br" In Commissioners* Dis- June n. 1941.
. .' home on the I'lalutt Ind. now bearand to issue ..0 t and shall .ubmlt.d t of the State t1Ict !* described In i e
property from 71IfI. FOn DIVORCE .In.n.on behalf of sac .1 0 for ... ot the .. Ford. for ratiflestio0 or r5i5ctto 0 at Florida of the minute of the Bk "P T. VON' t'5 1 4
Lake. "end"
MAIIII.TN eunt. Osneral
POWELL: DeL'E. the 0 ratification or rejection Election of said proixi"S5
,4.3 purpose b. held mlloe 194 .Id
11. .
.trn. Oenersl Reetion to fins Tuesday o C"lt. at1 del..tIO'
Mr. said
on the
Alvarez also sold l.r.ndant Innd. bv sizeS I..ld the final also*all e.vn. '
-t.4g a lot this ( )(/' ["BL.ICATIO.V"TO road.U" brtdre oun.. o first Tuesday, after Monday In Nov.mbr. 1942. Mopdsy was on the teior shall yreciilatlons
ek Jn .la : day 1941.
the same vicinity to C. *STAT}: (ii.' FIM8II'A' special taxing dl.trle. In November 1943 as follows' "SlCtiOb 32. embraced In ..tvld. -

Nasworthy.STENOORAIUIER4. It la MARILYN POWELL Dest-E: gasoline or other fuel us anticipation .'.Section r* | 31 | From and after Jaa-. v.. In sueb T. Lagjsiatrs 0" ..Ki 2 7 *". r.cto, P.lnct' estsb-" rn- bV I.. "
hereby the .
01..1. that the C.nlfr.t. bearing interest m.n..m. ..11. now COmmlloa. 1..P: the aforesaId the $.
Defendant.' st not lion e.tl o that ;; ; Resolution 10 TEsrTMOilf
tc I> ; three .n."o by my
and you "I. hereby required.Su.tn mo In such. denominations<3> per rent per an the IUn .ll rII.tln .. II.uthorll t 1. .tbll e.'e 10'Anetfie I J '. hre'o'.nd IlI

NOTE appear on the tuniS and ma- and water fish of the State of .11.lon 1'lot f me said shill .
llonday. D.tl' .
ftr < 1 Jo eacb- September 'llM2. befor.'th. a such time within the fifr and t r.ed comprlne territory .I.
l J BRADFORD I SOi Polda the acquisition' establlah- the .Pplction the 0 81" a
TELEGRAPH.: abuv entitled{ /U I, :the o' of determine DI tile> Board ma* j r"ol cat. and management of arid "." el. wale, flab In i* day 0| "P"1194 .mb I t. : Ci

', 'LF complaint fl.d .. you in lbs the -I BOW provided< t bf exerrtslne statute :: t, .an : refugee property reser-' now I .Pr'l.I bf.u trouc". June 21 e the CmJIMln.County Oommlasioaera.aP District" of *1.of.aaul. !_ lit-a o.J'W .

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:. r I Deeds Filed

: .-
; Blan
SUCCESSFUL Bonadio, of Cllffslde N. J., August Kathleen Norris Says :

j- I Irom.theVine I II crete monument"Beginning at the at southeast a con ,

,' PARENTHOOD corner of Call and Water streets, Married Woman 'In Love"

Call street being 80 feet wide,
C/u m e4dt I N1 thence run south 73 degrees and Is Helpless

18 minutes east along the south
ldI Bell Syndicate-WMU feature*.
,, I line of Call street 220 feet; thence

-I run south 17 degrees and S3 minutes :
1 west 23( feet; thence run f fMf
Alleel.I idle,, 1wsur 3.q' lae south 72 degrees and 18 minutes I

a cant' along the south right of

_ t t THREE ASPECTS OF DISCIPLINEParents way line of State Highway No.
1/ .!
261 280 feet; thence run south 17 l \

& are frequently told when sole purpose of robbing them of degrees and 59 minutes west 100 Iiif

oy'7iA R having difficulty with an uncooperative their leisure! Thus the penalty for feet; thence run north 72 degrees
child that the best way to disobedience here would have to be
win him to greater effort Is and 18 minutes west 280 feet;
to make denying the child something he if at
him responsible for certain tasks. prizes-such as m fishing trip or thence run north 11 degrees and 1

The theory Is that he either does Dad's participation in a ball game 35: minutes east 25 feet; thencerun /1 4 r

them and enjoys the benefits or because a smooth lawn and clean north 72 degrees and 18 min I .. l .
neglects: them and suffers the nat sidewalks mean practically nothing utes west 220 feet to the rant line j ./ ,
r ural .
consequences.Now In his life.
of Water street; thence run 17
this is in many respects a But you can teach a sense of responsibility / '
degrees and 55 minutes along the
good theory but unfortunately a lot : by having a child take '
i of parents find that it doesn't work. over a project in which he is interested east line of Water street 100 feet \ t

There are two basic reasons for ; -such as a picnic for his to the point of beginning All the \ ,

these failures. One, the child may pals-and not stepping in when his above land lying and being In the

be too young for the chosen task. .1 interest flags and doing all the work northwest quarter of the southwest l

Feeding pets for Instance, has too yourself. And you should give him quarter of section 28, township I\1 \

dire consequences if neglected to the responsibility, as soon as he Is 6 22 In /
be handed over to a child under ten old enough of carini'for his toys range :: 't'ti
the of Starke"Roger --- -
without supervision.The his books, his collection of stampsor City \4 -f
other mistake parents makeIs stones or what not. If they are D. Wells Rurlc A. Wells ,lf,> ;i

1 eGrRapepseMake Clear, Bright Jelly! in giving children responsibility lost or broken as a result of his and his wife, Margaret Wells, to

( .) I in cases where what they really carelessness he should be let do 1 the City of Staiko-north 620 ;
want from them is obedience. We without. On the other hand you r u 1
feet of northwest of
Is-With Zest shouldn't for example give a boy can't give a child responsibility for quarter
Your Canning Shelf of any age responsibility for keep. the care of his clothes, for if he northeast quarter of section 32,

Li I after meal slip by unten Concord Crape Jelly ing snow off the sidewalks in winter loses cap or gloves in cold weatheryou township G south, range 22 eRlt-

only because It does Quince or the grass cut in summer. If wouldn't make him go without except a strip 163 feet off west
i with hunger Honey these are his jobs we should exact replacements at the risk of his side, August 13.
away 'Peach-Plum Butter obedience in getting them done for health. You can, of course try to 4J$
Do I. H. Deene and his wIfe. Cora
? your Bread and Butter Pickles ,
the consequences of their being left train him through pride in his appearance
meals pull their Pickled Peaches undone would be far more unpleasant to value his clothes and to and Mrs. Clemmie K. Booth and

\punches so to Chili Sauce for the rest of the family than treat them accordingly.But ; W. F. Booth of Sumter County, ,,

I speak-look good, Recipes Given for the boy himself. Icy sidewalksto what we are saying is, that to C. W. Thompson, of Sumter

/have proper bal- skate on clear to the door and training, obedience and responsibility County, August 14--$300 for "all

ance, contrast In tall.. waving grass to run through in are three different aspects of of lot 19, section 14, township 5,
texture etc., but mer 5 minutes. Strain Juice through summer would please most boys discipline and knowing when to use I.
south, range 22 east according to
cheesecloth. Measure out 4 cups tremendously. They probably think one or the other comes with experience .
to lack
still seem Measure sugar and mix with juice. your ideas on the subject just and thinking things through a map of said section on recordIn t

I vital Bring to a boil over hottest fire, grownup nonsense anyway, with the before you start.Moody Bradford County-said lot 19 .L
|, lunch or breakfast that containing 10 acres more or less;
stirring constantly. Bring to a full
rise of completeness is and also lot 13 in section 24,
rolling boll and boil hard % min ? J
i sandwich without mus- Institute's 5 south 22
township range east,
ute. Remove from fire skim, and
Itart without seasoning, fish pour into hot, sterilized Jelly glasses. HORSEFIOM : containing: 10 acres more or l lell." / hiuhnnil anent away for several ,,,..k, and during that ,im. Douglas, .'

sauce, a pie without Paraffin at once. Weekly Sermon G. B. Colson and wife, Alva N and f, become murk too intonate, I hail no.>i>r bufora mpanenrni such attorn.. l lI
I The small things that Colfon I
jit. to A B, Surrency, Au- liun in my emntinnt.
|gi for menus are the rel- I Note: 2 cups of light corn syrup gust 13. I

jklei. Jams and jellies, may be substituted in this recipe By KATHLEEN NORRIS
I for two of Use riD ANSWER"
me to today's topic. cups sugar. 54 cups Er,2
these days of war and unrest IS hard to be any-
J such as pickles Jellies, of sugar and 2 cups light corn syrupIn very The "..",...',a.. of this I letterfitv
our hearts desire. somethingsolid IT I but complete fool
the recipe for Concord Grape thing a I
land preserves can supply .' her hmband and chililren -
and unchanging, We find up
|01!completeness to a meal Jelly. flaM :]) such u refuge in God More than when you are "in love ] for a man whom the doei '
Peach Plum Jam.
and Jy
i them with a thought to y p To be "ir. love" is to be in a not now love, but with whom
(Makes 8 small glasses) that in 11 Chronicles 16:9 we see
bity.jclten. Author ICicchen that He- does not wait for His fever, with moments of actu- the jays the was' once "In
1 SitterMtry's
pound blue plums oe
try strawberry or children to come to Him, but lie al delirium, and nobody ex- '!)vp." She and "Do"I..."
14! pounds peaches
Goose calls for spiced 1 box powdered fruit pectin There are several good reasons seeks them out. "For the eyes pects a person in such a con- found themtelvet at the mercy i

i or apple relish Jelly. Orange 4S4 caps sugar for drying fruits and vegetables be- of the Lord run to and fro dition to be capable of mak- of lie stormy, unreasonable
Jam or are topsI
I duck. Or rides the comforting assurance that throughout the whole earth, to t'fPATRICIA ing wise decisions or of rational Passions that go with the unhappy -
Spiced grape Jam thoroughly dried foods will keep show himself strong In the behalfof "in love."
"musts"just 2 cups light corn syrup DOW action. state of being
Jerry Jams arc 2H perfectly. Dried foods take up a them whose heart Is perfect that Alberta completelylout /
sugar After
| as mint or crabapplemusts cups small amount of storage space, too, toward him." Many men and women mar-
with lamb. Pair off Peel and pit peaches. Chop fine while the drying process Is very enjoy life raise families, control of her reasonable i
brown ham with plum ly. Pit plums and chop until fine. simple to follow. The eyes of secret police and 1+ 'r ry, ..,11. Douglas could not get a ,

|horseradish mixed with Add powdered pectin (or pectin All fruits and vegetables must be Informers are here and there, but :: consider themselves fortunate divorce but they went away :

Veal needs currant or sugar and corn syrup.) Mix well fresh-;young, tender and of first only misery results from their re and happy people,withouthaving together,. anyway.. Then alter

rJam. and bring to a boll stirring con' ., quality. Just as in canning, drying ports. Our assurance lies In the known the agonies and a few Douglas left her.Noia j
fails to the quality of asp, yean
lin't get quince Jelly try stsntly.' Bring to a fuU rolling boil the food so improve be very careful in; the fact that It Is God who watches I delights, the fears and raptures of 'Alberta hat learned that
and boil hard 1 minute. Remove us-God, who la all powerful, who 'l being "in love." I
|Jelly with pork. Liver will selection of your products. 4r her husband has been tent I
nod' with tomato relish. from heat and skim. Pour Into hot, Of course the first thing to do is has all knowledge, and is present It Is a sickness ot spirit that abroad with the medical serv
sterilized: glasses' and seal. to wash and clean whatever fruitor everywhere. Some argue that He makes everything else In life seem

|sll the plate lunches and Quinces come Into their own in the vegetable you plan to dry. Then Is infinitely above gnu and therefore dreamy and far away. A woman ice. She says the would do I

i you are going to aerYelound fall and if you're fond of them, planto comes the blanching, cold-dipping is not concerned with the 4I determines she will not telephone; anything to regain her lost

for lunches, snacks : draining and spreading on trays for small things of his life. But Cod she cannot wait to get her hands on happinett. You will want to
PUP boxes. You'll Deed put up drying. cannot be wholly great unless He I a telephone. She determines she know why Kathleen Norris
Quince Honey. To dry corn, husk and remove
in marks the sparrow's fall as wellas will not humiliate herself by writinga rays the hat no answer to this
I and (Makes d small glasses) silk from ears. Put a square
Butter Pickles. of cheese cloth: take up the four controls the stars of the uni- letter, even as she Is inscribingher letter ,
l',4 pounds quinces
IlHalies 8 pints) corners and plunge into a big pan verse In their courses. passionate words on a page. She -.
Vie encumbers 2H cups waterS of boiling water for three minutes. will not think about him, but she
lemon When we read that the of silent and busy man; I was kept
tablespoons JuiceS eyes
nl,, sliced Then plunge the vegetable still in hopes at every corner to meet him,
the Lord "run to and fio", we busy with the lighter: housework entertaining -
cups sugar into big
i cloth a
sugar its cheese square I every man's coat or walk or eyes or
vinegar Wash, pare and core quincesAdd pan of cold water and keep it there find it expressive of His watchfulness / y CG smile brings him back to her. She garden, books, friends .
for 30 seconds over His people. It Implies and nursery. Every day had lu
i water water to peelings and cook 30 will start a conversation break It
the from the cob duties and problems, and its small
Now cut corn swiftness in giving relief la
poons minutes. Crate to lie down
f celery seed off restlessly, determine
using a sharp knife and being care- Job we are told that Satan walk- pleasures. Jim and I had plans for
DS quinces thin dream of him and
mustard seed very to cut too deep. for awhile just to
ful not and three-weeks
week-end a
ed to and fro In the
earth but
'ppoons tamerlc or slice thinly. Spread on trays and let dry until spring up Instantly like a person camping trip every summer. We

bers In ft inch slices. Weigh pulp and crisp and brittle. we have the assurance that Cod blinded by sudden pain to put on left the boys: with his mother, but

> onions in strong salt waI use 1 pound. Add There are splendid vegetable driers runs to and fro-that He is never her hat and go forth aimlessly to were planning to take them with us

hours.I lemon Juice and on the market but you can Improvise out of the way nor far distant. G 1a haunt such places as he frequents. when they were older.

I remainredients- ., strained liquid Jib one or even use platters.Circulation Cod not only searches out all tr A woman "in love" cannot eat ."This was the picture when 1 fell
is as
of air necessary
( './ from peelings. thlngu concerning His people, but K or sleep; she Is helpless under the
well as heat. An old window screen In love with a man who had recently
gins Cook until tender: can be well scrubbed covered with He also shows Himself strong in r, .u neglect or cruelty' of 'the man for come to the neighborhood For one

(trained add sugar, and cheese cloth: spools fastened to their behalf. He desires the best whom she Is burning with desire, year our friendship was confined te

F md on. :--: cook until two drops fall from spoonat each comer to make a very acceptable for us as He sees It, according to because he Is as much her'whol.. secret',meetings, wistful talks, and
when drop jells drier. Cover with cheesecloth His Infinite world Is the air she breathes and
Bringagain """" same time. or a knowledge, although as the exchange of many notes 'Then
--- easily; on a saucer. Pour into sterile while drying.If sometimes His will seems hard, she can do without the one no better Jim went away for some weeks

I minutes. Pack into hot glasses and seal. you are drying the a small of quantity for we cannot look Into the r than she can do without the other. and'during that time Douglas and
oven your
| jars Nothing compares to the sweet I. kitchen you range.can use Turn on the minimum future. We admire the martyrs A Unfortunately, to many of our | became much too intimate.
grapes home-like smell of the making for their faith and consider modern women, who are not bound
are plentiful In the spicy, amount of heat and leave the "I make no excuses for myself

make delicious Jelly. You of chill sauce: the oven door open a few Inches privilege they had of dying for down by housework, childbearing, except to say that I had never In

lute corn syrup in this Chill Sance. to allow circulation of air. Chlist's sake, but we do not atopto a generally moneyless and helpless my life before experienced such absorption -

(Makes quarts) Stir the ,corn occasionally as It think of the personal JOSH of condition as their grandmothers In any emotion; It was
"cord Grape tomatoes dries. When perfectly dry store J in abd of the actual were, the experience of being ''In
Jelly. 1 gallon chopped, peeled goods torture whirlwind, earthquake, tidal wave,
11 medium glasses) 1 cup chopped onions an When air-tight container.use dried foods you they ,endured with Joy. When love" is one that comes 0 after mar anything you like, as long as you

[caps Juice 1H caps chopped green peppers must restore you the water that you even a light chastening comes up riage. Engagement marriage, understand that I completely lost

b cups sugar ) cap vinegar have removed. Then ;you can prepare on us. we bitterly complain and motherhood and homemaking seema command of myself.

i bottle fruit pectin 1 cap sugar I them Just as you would fail to see why we must be thus \ tame affair beside It. Some man, Lover Was Married.

''I I need about 3 pounds of S tablespoons salt I fresh ones. Let corn soak in Water singled out and tested. God \\T.\ romantic, unknown, ready with sub "Douglas was also married, but
two to four hours. tie (latteries-about 80 per' cent of
f four to cover
cups of Juice. Wash 1)4) teaspoons ground allspice In the waterIn never promised His children free- childless, and living apart from his
very slowly being "In love" Is mutual flatteries
J grapes Simmer wif lie for divorce at
and crush grapes 2 tablespoons cinnamon which it was soaked for an houror dom from poverty, Illness and by the out of the blue, applied a I
enough water to keep from m teaspoons cloves longer. Season with salt pep death. way-comes who to once, but settlements could not be i
and sensible little Nancy up
wing to a boil and slm- Tie spices loosely in cheeseclothBoil butter and serve. As the 8174 reached and there was a long delay.
However Cod has
strong un- this point has been everything a
until mixture water cooks away you may like to I went to my father and stepmother
with vegetables
derstanding and wisdom to con- sweet good daughter, wife mother,
add milk while simmering the corn.Doled but was unhappy there, and
Lynn is reduced to half its original qu.n.tlty corn has a nutty flavor that trive; He has strong affection to Daytime Frock friend ought to be, Is carried oft her Douglas and I went to another town

Says: stirring all the while to prevent makes it especially good In soups love; He has strong words to feet and washed out to sea. and set up housekeeping together.All .
ore.crd: salt Pattern No. S174-Her* Is a frock
Cantaloupe scorching. Add vinegar sugar such
sup- and all kinds of made dishes cheer and fortify; He hat! a Ignores the Consequences. this time I was Intensely nervous .
this' will become daily sUnd-
year will for S minutes. Pour Fritters your
be and boil rapidly
lighter souffles and scallops. That she Is living on whipped
of as strong arm almighty for Made in ; uncertain and wretched about
by summer. up printed
curtailed Into hot sterilized Jars and seal im dried corn and servedwill
cb Jour production made with make a hit, power. Nothing can happen but pique or a printed cotton she? cream and caviar and terrapin and everything except the supreme reality -

o of the markets for the mediately. with maple! family some cold January by His permission and appoint- It will be the model ;you slip Into marrons glacees, and that she in goIng of our love for each other.

from season as sucolles Pickled Peaches.Makes with. your ment. Though we lose all earthly for afternoons at home, for shopping to have a good old-fashioned at- "My little boys went to their
California. Arizona. S pints) nightWatch trips for business or parties! and stomachacheafter
( goods; though we suffer great tack of nauseau grandmother, and Jim never opposed
tlJ South Carolina. 3 caps honey misery from illness; yea, though Its simplicity makes it right for nil It. doesn't occur to Nancy. The my coming to see them but
a Note the clever cut
have group of Prepared 3 caps vinegar I death comes to our household, if occasions. very fact that this particular fruit I it was a stiff unnatural sort of meetIng -
> which makes this so /good for larger
rttw. had< their> whole> 2 cops water Yd UK we permit Him, God will show figures-the pleat controlled fullness Is forbidden only adds to its /flavor and gave me more pain than

made values restored or 1 teaspoon salt Himself strong by giving us> great in the bodice and the piecing She knows, looking at similar affairs pleasure. The smaller one was 4

h from whole grains 1 tablespoon whole cloves: Kidneys sustaining and a peace that of the skirt which guarantees slun- going on among her friend., quite III and sometimes I went to
labels power
when doing your 2 sticks cinnamon ness. that after few months the glamorous sit with him and read to him, but (

S quarts peaches Help Them Ueanoo the Blood passes all understanding.But Pattern No. 8174 Is designed for Freddie will seem to her just he always wanted me to stay and

;each!I crop this year will Heat honey, vinegar, water andsalt. of Harmful Body Waste this promise! is only for sizes 34, 36. 38 40. 42. 44, 48 and 48. another shallow, simple, selfish unreasonable I could not stsy. They were naturally

Idit year-one of the'' skins Your kldn.y are on.t.otljr fllMrlni I those who trust !in His name. Only Size 38 with short sleeves requires man like so many of the never allowed to come to me.
Scald peaches ....t.matter from the blood Bu'kldD. 3S-inch: material r
cording 4ft yards
u, present Indca.Vihiprnents [ and Insert cloves. Place few in .'" omotlmM l>(IB that work-do I. by accepting the Lord Jesus In others. "Rather than give his wife the

tined have al- the boiling syrup, add cinnamon and not met u Nature that.Intended If retained-fall,M.remove ., faith and allowing His blood to But fever Is upon her, her whole control she demanded of his fortune.

will' corning and pro- cook until peaches are tender, and pol....imourltiM the. cyiten and upeel the. .... .1.I wash away our sins are we re- body thrills and throbs with It. and Douglas continued to refuse her ..

I cllmw.p!. to about 50 acquire a slightly transparent look. body Symptom....101..may.". be HCftac backache, I deemed. Then, and not before Name................................ for a few months of passion she will divorce terms and for two years
new high Pack in sterilized Jars cover with .....18te. .headacne,attack.o
t?t and fryers will be boiling syrup and seal. (.ttlns ha":P BISBU.. feeUns'awelliaf.ol puOlneeaunder .ervooa I I mind and blessed assurance tbat .-.............................. into her life and character telling each other that our love ,
during these next few ...1.' .(and eyee-a lota of pep and ntremrth.Othi I the eyes of Cod are running to Here Is a letter characteristic of In Itself was all that mattered. ButIt

'so don't miss out on good What era your load problems Cakt d[ ol kidney buraiac or bUdder scanty dieordT ..-. and fro to show Himself strongin ...................................... many I receive, characteristic of a came to me gradually that h* was
'cken or crisply brownedToung making Bread making? PtckUt. lamt, too frequent are eometlmea....ID.U_. our beh.lf.jJR.I situation that has meant wreckagefor making no plans for our marriage

oiled chicken frUtn Childrtn't lunthnf MM Linn There should be BO doubt that prompt Name of....r..................ii... a good many women's lives: and about a year ago he suggestedmy
are gh* ** treatment la ...., thna necleet. teeDaan'i little of
abundant be la apartment
Chambers utU glad you writes Alberta. having a
of now be- fill. Dvnt'a have been winning { y. "Five years ago,
Increased war poultry pert advtee on your particular probUrn. new lands for more than. forty year. .. ebfG.ry Fatten ".......... III.......... "I was living the quiet life that millions my own. as h* was obliged to travela "
on. if urttt her iplainuti ..n", They ha"e a nation-wide reputation.Are .. deal on defense business.
you live In great
... of American women
New. recommended, by gr.i.fulp.e pta Hot
d you. know, ml Wearers Band IS '- trots
fOOds will come In few- want lo South Onplainet country over. Ak p.ue iweaeerDOAN / o nab pattern dea'oI' to- small town I have two sons; they Sine w* made this change I have "
this fop paper Union five and three. My husband neither seen him nor heard from f.
and winter In Strut, Chuato. III. fltate tnclou Patricia Dow Patterns were aged

to cut down on use of reply.stamped, tdJrtticJ tnnlop for you. SPILLS CJ 666 284 W. 17Us St.. New Yerk N. '1'. was a devoted but rather him.

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Goodman, J. L. Larantaux, J M
c Bugs Don't Like Big Kiss for Mom ; I New River News Uav.Gay; Mr.A. Hazel Pau. LloYd.Lamb Ethel Mrs. Th'imaOr'ant. 8ml"' ,J; IL

Lloyd lJ L. 111.1'' 'bu"
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An Amber Light Ella Lamb, Mrs. EliZabeth hlu ,. II. !
Uoodnt&fl Mr. Annie Lightfoot 11ev. tcll" :' JI::.,
A. j" .
As a red light IH a warning: of By Jessie. Lee Lazenby SCHOOL NEWS Grant.UIagow.Joa.Harold I.ing l..ani Mre. Annie a.t..e'-' 101.811 o"I 31......" \
H. .
C. "
4 t : danger to humarm, BO, Irmtlnc% i:3)t Sick list-Junior Gibson fever: Vhol..on. 1'011'11. Laura LYlldl Mre R Illonm',j) ..
W ,
lively pestiferous night Insects \ PUMI'KIX CROP Mary L. Andrews sore throat; or..n. "Iary Lamktn. n lard },, IIIHtI. i' :'. J, ..

red light. Truby and Earl! Tetstone say Johnnie Frances Crews fever at Ur..n. John B. L"Ur..ul' I.'. AI' 81Nlru: k' J.t'. i
low their approach at a Goodman Wm. Earl l..antkln. Mrs. Luile IIlIe.). It
ri While green is the signal for people they planted 9 hills of school Friday. Grabam. W. H.. Jr. Loitus, Pete H' 8l1eo. w'l....
Jrltflo.. J. W. ..
on Carl Nettles' farm I..w..o E. 1111"0,
4 to go ahead. blue calls the The P.-T. A. organization meet. Jrifti.. 5Irs. .. W. Living 'Ol'n; 14'111' ,' p''a''

,4 midges to their highest degree of nd they have already picked 165; Ing Friday was a successful at Graham. Nathan Living: Oplo lIapp. 'J 8.,...,

activity. These are two of the WASIUNGTONs are still on the vines which tempt. This Is the first P.-T. A. Grlffl.(Gulney E.Irma L.Griffin LawHon, Mm. E. IoIWlndl; Ha.1\I
1.anl.rgreen II."P" ;
: 1 : conclusions of experimental work still green and full of bloaome. ever to be held in our school. The Mm Esther Loftull C F.. Hlf. III r,; r,

: carried on Curing the summers The average weight ofhese following officers were elected: Gay Grlffl., W., Martha A. I.oaoff Luke. :M.Eli W.8. III..rn lIu.low: Ii.r."-...

of 1940 and 1941 by the Ohio was 26 pounds. Some even Pres. Mrs. Pledger Johns: V.- ()ottileb. Ham Lecln' Evelyn lI'nlth' 'w'Jottileb .

Experiment Station though congress: is having few sessions reached the 60 pound mark. Theyare Pres. Mrs. Joe Moody; Secretary' ( Mm. Sam Lee In I.ldor IIlIeoa'H' p./t/
Agricultural these days. and Is acting: on Green. A. J. Langley, Kdward, IImlth'J :J'1'
: I the L
in determining what attracts the legislation since the jumbo type. Treasurer Mr Eustace Kelley; Green Alma S'nlth'' i. "-

til Insects and how to minimize their no Important Historian Mrs. Ancll Testone. Gaines L. M.Green. Morgan IImlth': Ull.
majority of its members are CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY !Mr. Luclle H. Mr. Vlda V. 811pp 1':" P.
It decided to meet each Matthews, Jfi. 5. .. : "'.
numbers. recessing' nevertheless important Marlon Moody celebrated his was Gray. Dorothy Manning J. C. ? rnh; ; .
9. have happened her. recentlyto first in the and Gibney J. W. Stro.J' 1.. RI/fl/
things Friday month IIllddl
I Some people ordinarily use 77th birthday recently. All his Green. L. C. .ton. W. E. hiro' .'. o""' hla.

neither red nor blue lamps for __ make efficiently.: our war program work children helped to celebrate this ten cents a month dues was voted Graham Alyco F. Mlddl Mlddleton..ton. Made Nolla 1111<> r.Pa.u..., t.
more Grand off, J. B. 8tu
Illumination the effects of more I From the public's viewpoint.- perhaps event except his son' Chester who I on and dues paid to Mrs. Kelley. ( randoff. Mr. Mary Mitchell Matthew. Mr. Luclle H.... .E........,.
4. white and amber. I II These dues are for light refreshments Ooulple. Alban J. Mr. Ida Hearln' ..
usual mediums
,; one of the most interesting was sent to Ft. Brady. Mich. But Marr. Miss Ollle IIr,

,, were studied. If you light your Mother gets the first kiss as I prpjects which has got underway is since that time Chester has been which will be served at Oior Gay, ano 8. G.. Vincent O. Montleth. D. A. R;'ark P rkWI'n. Ie

porch with amber light Instead Theodore Earl. 16 returns to his I the Investigation being: made by a transferred to "Somewhere in each meeting. The refreshment (Jay. :Mr.: : CaHIe D. Montleth.Mundy, W.Kathellne B.. Jr. 8iieot"MH.',,1

i of the ordinary ins 1 d e-frosted home la Los Angeles from Dutch committee headed by Bernard M. Canada." This transfer defer committee will be chosen later. Gang. SolomanGang. Matthews, Conway llct, J. I\\,
Minnie Spark, .
; to determine the true facts ....
Baruch .
1p Theodore's fa
white bulb will be bothered Harbor. At left Is Mrs. Cleo Andrews primary Goldman, Mitthewn. Ella II tl
you ther. The boy was In the national regarding the. confused rubber situ his trip home which was expected Griffin Howard Henry Mundy, Mr. Leila 1I1I Irnmnn(. ; I!. ..
teacher promised the P..T. A. a
lens an read the evening .
you his week.BIRTHDAY. W. C. Cia!
guard and army for nearly three ation. Griffin. Hilda IIIrtnb.nc. IIlm"n.;
paper for an amber light of years. and went through the attackIn Following: his veto of the bill program for next meeting. The Mitchell. ".Luclle E. L. $mlth J' nru.C.

equal candlepower and brightness Dutch Harbor receiving a slight' passed by both houses of congressto DINNER grade mothers were selected also. Hayn Hoover H, .7.U. C.L. Matthew. Mm. Hazel 8$'aSft.MfllrHiar :&; :

to a white, lamp will reduce the shrapnel wound. guarantee greater use of farm The following. who had birthdays Hemingway ..'. Q.Haya. Manning Delta nl' ,.
: products In the making of rubber Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wigginsof ., E. W. Mana.xa Celia I. Klromun1roSIS', S .t
number of Insects attracted .
approximately -- very close together in this Etta Mana.Ha, Mlna S .,"
i and alcohol. President Roosevelt Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Hoover
C 50) ) per cent. month. celebrated with one big Hoover, Delia Mo.eley Mrs L. E. IItrlnwr.illl" t
: named Mr. Baruch. chairman of M. J. Sapp of Lake Butler were Hayne., Hope Morgan, M. M. S !lIow. ,
A bare bright lamp will extend Aids Nazis-to Die basket dinner Earnle Souther-
of last
the War Industries board the : visiting Mr. and Mrs. Haye. Ruby A. Melton Clarence .Mahoi i h.
Floyd Wiggins -
1k the most cordial Invitation to the war to make a nonpartisan analysis l land and two daughters. Vergie Hoover. Don Morgan, Mrs. Hattie. L. Rlarllollf toy

1 : of the facts regarding rubber and Marylln a niece Mrs. Lois Monday. Hart W. H. Slack(ann. AI'.. Ino P. Simmon'1.1", Ida

CLASSIFIEDSFOR needs rubber supplies and the best Green Beck of Weaver Ala., and Gabriel Clayton of Wlnston- Hutto.Howe.: J.L. S.It.: Morgan, Mm.. S. F. lIale 1'1110, : ;,;ilt'"

methods of making synthetic rub- Salem N. C., was a recent guestof Hutto, Mm. L. S. Maye. Lois 1I1"lrunk
c his 11
son-In-law. Lester
I ber. To assist him in this study McCUllough. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johns. Hutto Edna Manning- Vollie F. Stunp' "AI
the President named Dr. James B. The dinner was held in the home Hartniun, Albert Ma" ietiin 'F.oware, ,

rI .:, RENT-Small office build II I Conant president of Harvard university -I of Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCulIough Mr. and to Mrs. Joe Moody returned Hartman. KlNl.: Mott Man ,I..MrC". Maude GManlre Htralo lIall\\.: ,:Ir,' hi Ia
Hart. Edna
ing and grounds across railroad and Karl T. Camp Blanding this Freda a... ..
Dr. Compton. l Sunday. The crowd enJoyed Hall A. H Rena i4tratos air...
; r from J o U n 'g store. T. president of the Massachusetts Institute the day taking pictures week to work. Mr. Moody Is a Hall Hhellle' Mason Margaret hleo 'G ,..
I carpenter while Mrs. Moodv Is Hemingway. Mrs. Sarah MmLu L. W. IIhn'kin.eL.; C
t Frank Landrum. Itp of Technology. a .ull
and discussing ole' times. Many! ? !!! Harry IIllann
I Hemingway L. Q. 0
I Realizing that the bill passed by laundry assistant.The '
ii! ; J'II.le: itsora01' ; ,
Holt."ndorf E. IIIrr' BelJty
visiting relatives came to take ., s.t
FOR RENT-one new store building congress to favor farmers in the Priests' home Is still getting Hemingway Annie ? IIlrnp.on.Ii&.....
in Muses
/ manufacture of synthetic rubberwas part the event. Hagan. Della N Stone. no
t4 In center of town. T. Frank inside and outside coats of Maruca. Mike 1Ilrl II.
Houston .nlker J ,
\ purely a political measure the Harry ,' t
Laodrum. Itp President sharply criticized the bill Miss Ida Merritt Is on private paint. Holland Haxon. Clifford":..1. D Jr.Mor".n.Morgan. H.MrH.P.H. P. HIHnlry'O.Moniker, Mr' \

saying: "The approval of this bill nursing duty at Dukes this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner Hall John Martin Howard 1I'"v.l.' A n,.
FOK RENT-3 bedrooms. reason
\ would. In my opinion. block the : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooreland I have returned from Orange Hall: Mix Elsie Mave. Frances Smith, K'
able price. Mrs. E.! J. Howling. D.lIay"r., John H Smith,
: of the Hairell. Mr. V. J j B
progress war production program Springs after a week's vacation of Martinez,. Nellie
of Jacksonville
were visiting theatter's Harding- T, B L4eyInur.
North Chi Istlan street one "
and therefore the war itself. Miss Katie. ,
and K.IIIl1ton.,
fishing outdoor life. The Hull Mr. Maria lIo'mour..J.
block north of American Legion Another recent action taken In l parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. minimum Haynen, Georgia K.IIMlj'Nt.. Mr*. Ara E. !'ha'kill., 7.ns'D

hall. Phone 113. It Washington which may prove of W. Andrews. this week. day's catch was 25 fish. Hughes, EmmaHaynex Milton ih..rwnwl JI...
:j i Other days went at high as 60. Sura HopeHai !May T. A. lIal... Jack
vital importance in the future sue. Euptace .
Kelly. Jr.. is spending 'ring-ton. Mary May, Mm. Nora S. Erin1" Aim. ,
FOR RENT -' Furnished light cess of our war program. was i his vacation in Pensacola Mrs. Pauline Frances shoppedin Gludy.Huntei Mooty Harry Mr, Lltl,,

hou,e-keeping rooms $2.50: to the: approval by Donald Nelson. with Jacksonville Saturday. E l). Mooney Mr. Alflel
head of the War Production board. his uncle. Pete Magoee and n. L. Trul) j. j I.
Speaking of
,. $3.no per week. L>. B. Jordan. I of the proposal of Henry J. Kaiser aunt, Airs.\ Gus Ltstander. Mr. Eloise HarriSon; ..11.... G. L.IIlc"oy.. Starling 1".011.' nallit
c R 2. Box .304 3' miles East of Johns and brother "M:. L., Jr., are Haxan John L. Me Rao, Hun8ellHaireli hunipkini., Luwl
I 48. I to build giant cargo planes to relieve Listander( Is still in the Government having a wonderful time in B. Me Rao. Hula MaeHutfhlnKB. ; 1'lIu"", ... Ldn, a f
f Staike 200 off road Tarpon

our shipping problems. Mr. McMillan Merrill Thornton:
Hospital in an unimproved T. M \W t;
ii Itp Kaiser: who built the Boulder and condition. Eustace Springs visiting around. Ilutch.ng-. Mr. Annie. cKlnney.. Mr. lye human"' \. N,
____ CJrand Coulee dams and who has reports fishing Too. Lois Johnson Is galavan- L. McKinney, Melvin hornign, JUq
J ROOM FOR RKNT-Double room Max Stepban. 49. Detroit restaurant is "Tops"; he caught 26 HeilfinoDr.. M. n. juciMnney. A f.. 'I'ho"a.1 ,", MrHerlung ... t t
recently miracle In tin'
performed a around St. Augustine this Mr. Blanch McKinney Mr. .\. K: .lliumai.. HoG >rn,
r twin beds lavatory private owner. former German subject RIRSS prortuct'on of ships will now speckled trout In one dny. week. She flagged the ole Ga. McKelvey J. A. 1 ixinymm. '''' tail

_ entrance. New home.J OOO N. but now a V. S. citizen who have the chance to demonstrate vVho'9 next! Hope its not Houston Mr.; Hilda Mcintyre T. J. lliorniiumi' (, to-l
wan sentenced to die oa November what: ho CPU do in the production of any Friday night and bid I Hoover C. T.Haidlnir. Mclntyre, Mrs. T. ). 'iIMUR.| *"Irl, Tat. l
Walnut St. It 13 for aiding Peter Krug. Nazi flier more school pupils'Letter !' "goodbye." MrH. T. ,B. McKelvey. Frank ?"I m'n\. lOUt!
70-ton planes and has also been Hammett MofteHoltxendorf McKelvey MrH J. A. In..niton, tllii

: Jo'OR RKNT-Lake View Cafe, who escaped from Canada. Riven. authority to construct an ex- Ethel McClalne. T. K, Jr. Ihornlon, J lit. t|
t ncilmental 2uO-ton flying boat. Mr.Kelscr's Holtcendorf HenHankliin MtFatihlon. Ceuxer Iliomur"' D. 0.
L _______ Club and 16 cabins for rent at Box Noah McRae, H. K IIIHIIHK", ., tin (6 Hi
:: had been the subject
1 reasonable rate. Highway No. tiny insects to fly through the oj wide program Our Job Is to Save Hunter Eugene McKae Mr. Ethel 1hom", .. A. W
debate. officials
some Hunter ",mml. B McKlnney. MrH Jo'lorrl J homH l Cecil
c 48. near Camp Blanding Itp meshes of the screen and enjoya :l feeling\ tb.it vital materials should Hod"! "ices, Mr.. W. M. McKatihlon Walter llmmu", Jii., fc

-- -- free meal at your expense. The not be ii'ccl fcr experimenting. but Dollars Harley Abble R. McDonald. Ueorge ;N;.H,
7 WANTED-Woman to do uniform War Production Highland Fla. HoUlng.worth James McClane. 11I1'''. T.: K Thoman, Oto. f
danger of being "eaten alive"may the board evidently ,
up F. McFaxhlon. Lula D. \
2.L18" H
alterations. Do not apply unless be minimized too by using ucrcej. with Mr. Kaiser that Gentlemen: n Buy Hu heH, Jerome C. SIcCcendich4e.' H. H. Thlgpln.! W S"l.L ]

capable. Blanding, Tailors at a reflector his program may be the answer to I just got second ( Hlnson Woodrow K., Sr tlionias,, iln.Ytl.
on your un.
your lamp. or by Thom
: the Nazi submarine attacks. WarBonds Hlnson Mr. Iteblt.McCllLne.. Mr.. Kath- LimIt
Blanding Center. Itp Saying the had better i erlne Thomas .
using a projector type lamp. money Hardy. Charles, Jr. It.
The final come. (WIlY Pay Day HuBklnoH., G. McOIII. W. C. Thulium, Fbi
F WANTED Woman or girl I : saboteurs following: trials which Gertrude McMill'jan. William Thomaii, Un. Him

r (white) to. care for nlne.year.1 Billions Of Eggs wid be kept a closed secret until I'm sending It quickly down the Ilandlestnan James SleClelian! !! -?. W. lurode.V. E,*|
after the war. Is believed to have rail Holllng.worth Mildred McClellan. Mr. Blanche human RHandlefn'ian' "
old girl. Room. board and sal IV THE COUNTY JUCGR" COVKT. C. 1'homaii, lyle( tk
Needed For U. S. the hearty approval of the great And the IN AND FOR BH .
hoping Telegraph wont UKOHI> itugel Irving Newiuome R. A. Tucker H. B.
See Mrs.
ary. Hancock at Can- of the ; fOITNTY. FM>HIDA. IN: .
majority people. Even the fall PRO. Harrison Frank Newaome. Edna Tucker >>r. &
ova's Drug: Store. Itp 'Nearly 1 1-2 billion jaG sentences. Instead of the death HATH.ENTATE. riarrieon Mr.. pn.o. NasworthV. C. H. Trlent JlntiThornton .
1.. dozen eggsmust To come each Friday for a OP T. M.,McCORD. beth Naworthi; Elisabeth Will
be sentence, given to two of the saboteurs DECEASED. if art Loyree Norris vfm. Thompdon C. C
WANTED Experienced lady produced In theUnited .. long. long while NOTICE INTENTION man,
U I who are believed to have : OF" TO aAKM I Hartman, Eddie Norris Ellen Thompiion, Mrfc I
_ tailor. J.' M. Alvarez' store. It States during the next 5 months given vital in/orrnatlon in exchange And every week It'll bring a APPLICATION FOR FINAL' DI3- Holt.eqdorf. Wilma T No.eel. Maxine Thornton BniHi.
smile. CHARGE: Noegel., Rosewetl H. Thornton, C A,
FREE RENT -nicely furnished If the 1942 national goal of 4 1-2 for leniency, was generally approved We It'o'er NOTICE Is hereby given that I I C Haien Holllngrsworth( Mr. Clara F- C.Noegel., William Ihornlon, MnLTownson .
as a worthwhile move forgetting look a dozen times I have filled my Final Report a. HolIlnK.worth Nunnery Rudolph Aubri
t. bouse 1 block from Poetoffice.I bllloln dozen to meet all wartime other saboteurs to reveal And never miss Aunt Carry's Administratrix of the Estate of T. Annie B. Mr. Nash. Mrs. Gertrude Town.on, Sin. c

I _________ Sufficient rooms rented to pay requirements is to be reached according important information.The lines. M.filed McCord my ,Petition Deceased for; that Final I have Discharge I I Haen. M. F. Newman.. A. J. Thomas Thoman, CM1 N. It

41!' your own reht. $200 cash required to N. R. activities of the FBI In following and that on the 33rd day Ingram Mr. Carrie A Olson. flertie
i! to buy furnishings. Mehrhof poultry up aU clues of Axis activities -Mrs. Enen: Norman. of Sent. A. D. 11142. I will apply to 01.011. Titus fKlow. John

i_ _ F. Camp. 221 North Walnut. I specialist with the State Agricultural L. guarded in this but country are closely County the Honorable Judge of E.Bradford K. Ferryman County: Jones Johns. D.A. C.H. Ponder W. D.Peek. :gioW, i.mmms< '

L1 Itp I Extension Service. released to enough information Is Not everybody with a dollar Florida for approval of said Final I II Jenkins, A. O. J. J.. Vernalllci AlcnWalnwrlrht.
I show that the FBI is to spare caD shoot i Report and for Final Dlfu-hargo all I John.. 8. R. Peek Clara L. .
: FOUND-bicycle. Owner Eggs and egg products are nipping in the bud many plans of straight but a gun 'Administratrix. of the Estate of 1 John., Ella F. Perklnll. LlnnleFerryman i, P
can get needed by enemy agents. The recently revealed t everybody can T. 1M<>Cord. Deceased. Jones. Ada V. K. K. Wall. W. i UW
same by Identifying and paying our armed forces by story, telling of cleverly con. shoot straight to the bank and DATED this 17th day of Ausr. John., Carl Ferryman, bole hlte. 0 W

for this ad_ -W. B. Bryan our allies and for expanded domeatlo cocted signs In the rural section of boy War Bonds. Boy your A. D.. 1942.Vivian at Starke O. McCord Florida. :Johnn.Johnson Mrs.D. C.t,). R. Park Powell. W.Chas BPrat J. Wl&lnwrlhI.While! Oeorit f tWalnwrlfM .1

_ Starke. Fla. ltp [ use, Mr. Mehrhof ex the East to cnildei-- enemv nilnt* In 10% every pay .a,.. Administratrix of the E.tate of T. I .Jacobs. Sarah her, W. C. *"'
plained. The Agricultural ltrar.ketinl' reaching large war production;; M.! McCord 8-21- 4t_ A.it_ n J'fohn. Berry Park. Ethel R. While fctWJ::
FOUND-Small plants is considered Johns, Calvin Pa.":ver. Ella White ;.NobkBl!
ILi camera. Owner Administration U. S. Department indication that an apparent LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL ELEC. lone.. J. J. Phillip. E.: F. V, Illlams, T. I

may have by identifying and of Agriculture expects the Germans have JJ Fohns. Charley E. Phillip., Mr. Roxa Wall H. C.
paying for this ad. E. L. Flowers to buy at least 200 million been planning bombings on our TION OF TilE CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA TO BE ohns. Thelma Red. Pearce lit I'll. Bertha White Ina
poundsof eastern coast. Since several of the grave Priest H. EHrln.on Walnwrlhl.ll.|
at the Southern Ten Cent dried wholee&powder/ In signs were made by J lohns, .Thelma Prevatt. Nathan N.Priest' Wall HurlS
ti. _ Store. Itp 1942 for shipment in farm plowing arrows HELD ON THE 8TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1942. J lohns J. J. Perry. O. A. Winkler. Aiulli
under the Lend fields it seems logical lone*. Emma Clyde Walnwrliht. E J Jracob. |

F FOR BALJS-Double Lease program. This. quantity that they were part of a plan of Aivares. J. M. nurney N.WD 1). Davis. R. J. J .. Rosalind 'Wil Prle.t. Mrs. Clvde O. Wllklnon A. *
!I wagon $30 will require about the Germans to launch airplane attacks .Adklne A. Z. 1I..nl., lrs. Mary 1)avle liam.Fohn.on. Prevatt Mrs. Edna WiiibamL Nat
1 Luelle .
I .
wood saw with starter $30; disc dozen out of this summer or early talL Andrews' .1. L.W", Jr. Ilurney Mrs. (Iladym Davis, loss J Abblo W. Paul A. T. William, Lou.*
every 7 1-2 dozen Alvares, A. : J ohnson. Ruth Powell Otis Wiggin' On* ..
plow $20 all eggs expected Burney Mrs. U. W. W
In The Demorest
: activities
good condition.
to be of the FBI. .it is Andoreon A. W. B.nuatt Verna .. J Fen' kin*. Charles H.Pow.ll.. Mm. Mildred K. WalnwrlfM,
Ben Faulkner, Route 3, Lake produced this year. beUeved here may have forestalled Alvarez. ..ucia 8.: hurrah ,' of.nley:: Denmark Dell. Damon 1'. J lenkini. Mre., Elva F. Ponder HCJ- Emily Williams, A.rtntWalnwrlfht. L
"For the first 7 months of attacks which might otherwise Alderman Dora flattle J Fenkln.' Charles A. Praiher William 0
Butler Fla. have )'I Denmark .
3tp Adklna.; Lois .bell. : :: P. S. J' fT. V*. Powell Ned **1Wllnon
' 1942. Mr. Mehrhof said. "the been mad before this time. itrinson r. Denmark.: Emily; 'Sh"' JWllnon
; JOI.
________ FOR SALE.-Horses and mUlea: total of Yarm and non-farm production The new 't**. program will undoubtedly And.r..on.Alvarez. Annie Myrtie lIarklal.Bryan, !tlr..C.Julia a. Duncan Durwan K.,.a. J J''ohn.. .8.Mrs R.Ruby. Jr. KV'Vl jjiJr' *i"rfr! ,, D.I "
)0( .
$ H. be postponed. at least in Alderman .. K a. J Fohn. Allen .. D. Wills. ,31"
A. T.
Prescott 3 miles south of of eggs In the United tark..dale Illra. VI rifle Darby John M. M. ...... ""
part. until after the Anderson, 3. 1.. J rack.on W. Morris E' Warren
election. Bryan. 'Sfi1'Ji
[ The A.
Starke on Road 13. 8-21 States was about 3 billion Andrew 'O. 87. D.rby, Mrs. Jean J ohn. ilr. u ,,". M. !
4tp dozen. senate finance committee, after A. Brown. Dinkins.' L. F. [ Melissa V S .b S Warr AI...:... I

.t FOR' tJAlk!:-IMJi V-tt Ford coach "Since this. total represents all considering: the house-approved bill Alvares.Andrews; ; .Vincent Mr.. Edith Itarton itaisden, .L..1. a 8.r. Denn1arIc Dlnkins 'l'helma J J!'u3d'-.MaVdRub5r: Parrillh,. Mr.. P. """. Warren.Warren Ruc II

. rJt in the eggs produced during the seasons for many weeks has now put the Alvar... Hattie Brown filbert Claud0 J'ffl<>k."n. Wm. C. Wiley Jlck -
A-l condition. Used by private of heaviest production, and finishing touches on a measure Andr ws. N.Ue Burct!. W. C. Dennis flampler. ..Rhoda H. Z. J ackson; M'r..C"MrIr.ar.PSPK? George Wlmber Soul* J

party. Terms. $273. 31 while It shows a marked increase which is still far ahort of the A.ln.Alare W... Errot W_ 1.lIureK......_ .Mr....1..:__Josephine.. _D...u.. Obey_ JAlvares. .nkLnIl.B. ),fr.. Winnie Phillips(.. Elizabeth C. R. Wiley.lmb.rljr.Loltll'

_ West Madison Street. 6.Itp over production for t h.. _m.. amount set as a minimum by Sec. .- Barbara. Burke.; : Brence I'ettue.Durden.James Mr Allee Paracca Antoln..tt Wlgglno. Lou II"'
Ou 8U .
---- rotary Morgentr.au. It is believed Alvarez R. H. Beaver. Jerry J ohn. Mr. Laura gaPa"' Lewis Wall. MartiWilliams
.4 IF YOU WOULD BUT OR SELL months In 1941. farm laying likely if the treasury continues to Alexander. J. B Brown. Mrs Stella Dowllna Dowllav Cloone E. J. J enkln. Sarah F. SUlKST' Mrs L'ttle, 1Ira

milk flocks are going to require insist on more Alexander W. B. Brown. \V. Randall Dryden. 51 J ohn.. Mr.. Fronle ? !!. ?. C. aohn ,,"
cows stock plenty taxes will E. (1
beef congress
.. ) "
cows. of Anderson Alice Buford. R C. J 1111'.. Lois Powell Mary Harriett Ward.
cattle stock bulls or hog,. get feed and care to produce the pass the present measure in the Andemon George A. lIuford. Mm.' Irma DowllnaMm.. S. 8. J ohn. Mr.. Dorothy R Phillip. Simeon Wltkonkl n.

In touch with J. D. Odoro. remainder of the eggs needed In near future and then consider a Anderson EvaAlvarei Crutchfleld Chas. Darby.nouela..C.cll Mr.. Charles J ohn.. Mr. Mamie Parl..r. cha M- Ward. Cjm. I"one
Jr., 1942. The sales tax after the election is Thelma Co Hoy. j. F. Drucker J .*. I. T. Prince, Edward Warren JJ
t Box 24T Starke; Box, 204 'Lake farm flocks are being The President and the over. Alvare. L. B. Carpenter D P. Drucker> ,, Mr Louis. EI,.le J one*., Sirs I. T.: Prince. Mr. LillianQulgley Warren S w, *
; City: Telephone' 481 Lake City. [depended upon to 'produce about have both treasury Andrew." Wesley 1.. Cnova Eunice C. Dowllnsr. William E.i J ohn. Mr. w. ''8. W.I "n., V ra .,
disapproved of J
J. Weldon
90 a generalsales .Andrew Mr. Maude Colley. Lydia ohn. Corley T.
; Auction market every Thursday percent of the eggs needed between tax. but many' congressmen Alien IraAlexander. ( anoa. Florence E. Denmsrk,5. Q. J ohn.on. Edward II. Uulgley, Mr. Minnie Gladys; )I."

on all classes of live stock now and the end of the see it as the easiest way out. Mm Ada Cannva.' Paul E.Jr. Eppemon. Leona William*, al""

at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. year. Another warning has been Issued Asplnwall.Alexander. Mr.Wilma!Mar Carpenter( 5I10t,. Fred, Myrtlco Kdwardi Fdwarde.; Wm K K:nlght.''Ickllter.C.,J A. .'p. Flitch, J. II Ward.llllams VTWard. ......

O-S-43 "The next few weeks will be a by Harold L. Ickes. war petroleum carel" Canova. Gladys Edwards,. Ruble Mr.. Dell Mae K[..ndrlcktT. N. ftobinaon.' J.' W. )lrI.J""'"

critical period In coordinator that the people In the Alvare.. Mr Corlno Cnpps) Maud Kppemon. W. .7., Jr. K:nlht. Mr*. N. L. Rltch,. Herbert C.' We hie, 'IL'
egg .
East should Anders M'u'1Ilaelfl.. Canova. Levy A. K>.ndrlck.Iarlha: Hitch l.abello Walden.Wise. '
ATTRACTIVE LAWN FURNI [ -a time when careful shift. whereever possible Alb..rt' Julia Canova. Mona A. Kppemon Dorothy K I kllier.> Mre. M. L. ,Olive C. tWilliams
feeding Ray K.
from ldwardll. J Frr4
TURE-Flat will be burning fuel oil In their Anderson, A. W. demons, Front M. I KArnold ,night Clara Ma. .
cypress galvanized essential to Jr. Edwards Lucite Stay Carrie A :{: 31r5
. nails.' Chairs keep hens at homes to burning coal. He said Au.tln J F. Carllle. J B Kna-llnh. R. H. K night! n. E. Register, Fr..inan Wllllomo| i
$1.75: settees maximum production and to as- that a survey showed less than halt A Ivare. R. L.Alvarei. Carlton. C*. M EnglIsh Leona O. K night H. V. Ritch Evelyn Smith :IIa I'

$300 delivered In Starke. Pay sure that young pullets will have of 1 per cent have thus far convert. W. R. Cooper Richard Edwards: Merrill K,night. Mr. H. V. }Regl.ter. Allc. Wills-ham. Mrs. '
on arrival. If satisfied. Mall adequate live weight before startIng ed their heating equipment to coal- Akin., AlvlnAnaelo. A. J. fte-w... R'irAnni. Elliott.gdwarda.Miss Mm. Merrill K,een icklit.r, Nelma Miriam IUcha'rd Rltch air., HarriettHedgrave Carrie Whlwham.I Waln ;*JoA'II '|!

orders solicited..-.-D. D. Morris, egg production In the fall. burning although approximately Ana-elo Arthur A Chamber" u. S. Edwards, w. Olady A. K Idd. R. a. A. W. Wlnkier.M.", 0'
Bo twlck. Fla. half of present oil burners could Adklnx. Ev..r..It.r.r"ro1..n.. V. H. Edward: *, Mm. K I). O. Redgrave, MinnieRedgrave 'c. I.
7-31 Carrie'
4tp Laying hens 31r1
need ample feed toTennis easily be converted to burning coaL Ampratex. 1'011'11. Ouralna Carden. 11I1''''. Lucy Edwards; U R., Jr K ellv. Mrs.' Mary John Wise:' hI, 1111nchen.
K WaiteecriS
Ana-elo Nick, 'novel. It. 51. L. S.
o _Anthony :. _. Edward Elaine Redgrave, Lula
__ ___ "Apparently. said Mr. "' K villa
n ___ lekei. .JOS. ftAlexander S.v. r* alrm' n. M. Jo"t.: .. Ralph H. K Idd. Eunice B. Heypold. Ih A. "....,
;ast coast residents have not I 1'011'11. T. o.Vl&ik.. Jim Ellt.;: lJorotby. f">?. Mrn."Bvolyn W. Reynolds! Mrs I* A. Wllllanm.oren. Jo'
been aware of the seriousness of Alexander T. a.Brownlee Camming. Walter K Ch.ir'ri Dorothy Rowe Clyde W:III1Rml.: ,.iita
w :Joo ,
Exhibition Coleman Futch Row"J: WllllamO. thl"I
the C. B
; and A.
the Atlantic heating oil shortage: In If. L. Chalker;; IIlr.. CV.. Fernandes.: Eva K I Incald. Mm. Jeannette Ititel,: Cari White: pa'T
coast area. I cannot Bronka. Albert corm.nT.M"-! Mary E. )'utcfl: Verdi. 8. :D Raymond Mr. Ethel Wade.' i... Co tn.
r .. I too strongly urge all oil-burner Dennett U. H. ( Fernandes. lIIabelle Rl Inche ..".. t*.. Raymond. Paul Wade.n. I'."
owners who can do so to convert BUhop. H. A. Carlton. H A. Frasee. Annie A. K r# Mr. Leona Hitch, Mr. Ruby \\arr.n'lahl.: JiaII'
their Brownie... Etta Carnaslon. W. N. Flynn. Ki lie. Solomon Robinson Blanche .lLlnwr
facilities O.orge ,
Pvt. "Ham": to the use of coal Bishop, Nina R. Carnaslnn. Adallne Flynn Florence H. K iiing.worth Mr" Wynn \ 1I.0n. tlrS/ La

Anthonyvs flOW and to buy their- coal supply Reads?. O. L. ,Cappn. J. G. Prieil'er. Jack Kat. Ro.... R. O. ,Wlllon. '"" It
at once. This is the best way for Carter Dnlton "Fruchiman David K, HarryValrle Raybln, I\f't. \\'ood.: :
home owners to be certain that Burn. Edward Carter; Mm'' Rosa Ferrara., Frank KoIleasleyOertrudi .peloesns: George. Richard, H. M.elly. wo, 3tsrt.i.. ,
Cook. Ri ,
LocH I d Willia
i Burn. BensleBronka. Ferrara. ,' B. Rafu.e Leila air.
they will be c Vlnc.nAO
warm next winter." Campbell. Karl: K Irkuand : i
Bertha 'rl.dl.r, Lillian J. T. .r.; Rab..Ck.J.>> F. WIlIIi.m""I._
P. M Con.Vllllam F, France. Frank E. K';Uimppellu..rg E. H. Rabeck. .J..p..l.. & 1
Cone, Mr.' Hellarefot *. '
Inca R. L. WIIH: 'illIHan"
Rockl..manJ.AUIrU.t France Edythe Robert. J. P.
produce eggs and more of .It to ReacyBennett. Cannon J V. Roth Alan W i .1.
Lt. "Bob" I Croft. A. LoHrefoot. ) a .
Evans H C'rtffin T ngS ("ornella Peek Rady. 1\,. wren. 1'
grow feathers during the Annie Mae Carroll. J. Lo Norman 0<
I molting urn.y. George Vt, "Chamber.Zona L. B.Co'o'k.Vc' Or..n. R. A. Lo:nr rd.. Eva'; T.B.ing Rady III... CorelnaRltch. :::m.o"''' \
season while pullets Battle. Roger.. Orltfln. IIlaml. E. N. T. :
now WIII"I1",
require '
Lo 1\t.rwl.
r .. "'"' ( ; Waloh .
Bla-gn, Ethel M. Ireen. Mary E. Ritch. N. T.. .11'. ...
Lo ..
feed for growth and for flreen. ng, Lola E. .. WMlh.r. nd..
A. Het..n
irPublic egg production Bryant, W. E. Campbell. Marjorle H. L..' Matilda Rob.rhorl'. !tlr. 'I1".m".
Invited that Is to follow." Hryant Inla E. Cro.ny.. Raymond E. Green Fannie. Le',wis! James flosenberg, Sam William ,' .
Adm. Free Be.nent.) w. A., Jr ChrUtodoulou, Sp.ro. ( riffin. Lila Li bby' 1. L. Ro.enbera. Fannie Welnstein. ,.
Bon ham. Sire.' W. A. Or..n. Lioy.t J. Robln.on. C. K. '
Jerry) Le''
Bennett. J. ( Orlffl. An..da 'nnon. F.. A. If.ndrum .
Rnblt.ky J
I Cook. W..r'
Anna Le
Sunday Aug. 33 4:00 P. k.- Our Bennett. Elma D Rea. Gill lire. Fair ''nnon Elvla Randolph. Morris'
M. flfhllagmen are Cauthen Ira La If.It
doing Brown. M. F. (t1lll Floren. T. Frank Rowe. Claude ''''
their share. Here at home Brown. ),IT". Florence B. Darby Charle.. flreen Fiovd Lo La ndrum Mm. T. F. Ro.enberar. Pails y"un" fb'e dottne. \.'

NCCS Courts 14 Temple St. M the least we con do Is put 1(% ) ox. F. If. Darin, L. A. Jr. OOodmanJ flriffia. i. I. D. La' Richard. H. A. H. Raynor Gus younlr.Tounlf. 1"01w"on. J
Bryant Mm. Lltsl' Tsvis D.
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