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 28, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02765
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This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877 _

1 T\.t'OVR _ 8TAUKJB. FXO1UDA. FIUOAY Al'GUST %II. 1943tegistration _ NVHDKR FOI TY-li"OUK

Should Says Rationing Be Uniform; Scrap Collection I Speaks Telephone At Official.Rotary I JSO Drive Advanced In[ First AidAn Class Married Men \

ed made Congressman a plea to Lex Secretary Green Ickea has Nears 75 Tons E with R. Whltemant the Southern t' group Bell manager Telephone i To Get UnderwayNext advanced Red Cross first May Be Called i

either to lift gas restrictions from Co., in Gainesville was aid class of 10 hours will be held

Florida (and the other 16 states guest speaker at th* Rotary Club on Tuesday evenings beginning

linistrator which have them) or to order In Drive HereAccording Wednesday, making interesting WeekNext September 1 from 8:30: to 10:30at Before ChristmasSelective I

the same restrictions", on the other discussion of the v.ar-tlm prob. the American Legion Hall. Mrs.

rental units 31 states. There Is no shortageof em" that confront lets company. Edward Burns, Red Cross Executive .
all morning will
of Thursday seethe
lion In Florida" Service officials In
gas Congressman
to estimates made
1 e" Because of tW stated yesterday. Those
County I unprecedented start of Starke's belated
d Green stated yesterday, "and the by L. T. Washington this week announcedthat
Dyer, Chairman of the
who have had the Standard RedCross
aDd rooms- Is in full I number of long distance calls. beIng drive for fumU for the United
restrictions should be lifted un- iradford County Salvage Committee wives whose husbands soon
the necessary made that are vital to the Service Organization under the first aid course are eligibleo
week as i : be
less restrictions will drafted expect no
are to be placedon 75 tons of metal have can
Led Monday, and Mrs. the rest of the Country". been hauled out scrap of the County I: war effort, the public is being : leadership: of Jos. I!:. Wilson who II take the advanced course. Its "special" assistance from the government .
hoped that will take
asked to many
local assistant tot cooperate by making will again serve as Chairman.
out their
ram, "The bonded Indebtedness since and must work
July 1. The
mayo County's quota : his and the schoolteachers
administrator hasa long distance calls only If they Bradford County's 1942 quota Is course, public
; in default If this continues", from July 1 through December 30 own financial problems.
rushing business atJin are absolutely n e e oIS sary, the 2600. Last year on a quota of are especially urged to
he said. "Gas soles are alreadyoff was 75 pounds' per person or take It In order to qualify for the Married men with dependentwives
postoffice build- speaker mid. Further cooperation $1.HO. a total of $1,480 was ralsd. ,
the 30 percent, and may reach the 152.775 pounds, (325 tons) for natructorV course which will be but no children face induction -
can given by placing' calls This was when only one
.0 percent mark which would the entire in November-"cer
be County. This intensive! held later. early -
early In the morning, at noon or /SO organization was located
[benefit of landlords tnvilie.Staika a serious shortage. The gasolinetax drive'is to lust six months.If tainly by Christmas", after 9 .
o'clock at night, in order here-the YMCA--and no new Anyone Interested but unableto
D e f e nse applies on our bonded Inebtednem" to Maj. Grn. Lewis B. Hershey
!Instructions Mr. Dyer's estimate was to avoid the pemt:: rushes, Mr. : building had been erected. Now I attend the first meeting should .
detailed national draft director and officials
nearly correct, the County has Whitehead advised./ there are four operating locally- notify Mrs. Edna Hart or Mrs.
out of their reg- Asked about rubber shortage here believe the Army'setwnt
ltng raised onefourthof
approximately YMCA YWCA, JWB and NCCS Grace Wainwright, Instructors. .
nks are listed here byent he Congressman replied that (' rate of expansion will
In of the
quota on -thlrd I -and two large new buildings
% Office. there was very little use!! to save time, but is slightly behind. The Capt. 0. W.GriffinPromoted : have been constructed.If necessitate calling married men

ad carefully your gen- rubber in 17 states and burn It chances are that his estimate Is Bond Sales with children soon thereafter.The .
the USO was a good Invest.
"tlon In the upper left up in the other 31 states., low, since two large Junk dealers Army has attempted to
ment at that time when the bud-
er of the registration haul one or two large loads away To soften the blow by obtaining congressional .
Maj.Word get was pmalt, how much better
each week. approval of a depen.
More Volunteers It. should be considered now, that Below QuotaBond dency allotment b 111_now laforce
In the bracket marked Locally, the Boy Scouts, under the tour organizations operate on ,
the first line the has just been received permitting payment of $50
ation. on leadership of the Rev. C. H. a budget of 50.000 per year
ESP of rental unit such Allen, member of the Salvage here that Capt. Owen W. Griffin locally, most of which i la turned pales In Bradford County monthly to a dependent wife; $62a
Needed At TowerTwenty former resident of Starke anda took distinct August month to a wife and one child,
ith Market Street etc. Committee, with the use of a truck, a loose right here in Starke. a drop during -
fond line give location have been Instrumental In collecting graduate of B. H. S., baa Just "When you see the rwpresenta- While the report. Is not and $ 10 additional for other chil

unit. Example: Apart- a good deal of scrap metal. been promoted to 'the rank of live coming, get out your checkbook omplete. since bond buyers. anti dren.Draft

12, downstairs. On the persona were present Julian Peek donated a large safe Major He has, been released from and give till It hurts to the boosters. had. the last five daysof officials emphasize that

I ]list l the number of last Friday night at a meeting at which the Torode Chevrolet assignment with the 31st. Infantry USO!" Chairman Wilson said yes- August. to go after these flK- no other benefits can be paid

Bhe rental unit. On the the Courthouse of volunteer airplane wrecker and the City dump truck Division. Camp Bowie Texas and terday. urea. were compiled, yet a totalof under the bill and that no "ex

i list the total number observers/ i n preparationfor helped move and the B. H. Smith assigned permanently to Third only 20737.40 was reported In tra" funds can be expected by de.

r units In the struc- the opening of the observation garage opened. N. D. Walnwright Army Headquarters by comtnand bond and stump sales on a quota pendent wives whose husbands are

Cstratlon: If there are tower recently erected atop donated about 1,000 pounds. A. of Lt. Gen. Kreuger. For the Legless Man for the County .of 22800.00 up called to the colors

[rent apartments In a Blanding Center The meetingwas Hartman has donated around 2,- past> several months he has been Drives Car Here to Wednesday morning For example, they snld. a wife

I you would enter theA. presided over by H. A. Carlton 000 pounds which will be picked temporarily assigned ,to" Third Bradford Countlans purchased who moveo to loss expensive quar'

Chief Observer, and Instruclons : up In a few days. Sheriff A. O. Army Headquarters 'In San Antonio David Kothblatt, who lout one /10.838.30/ during June, und $48- tern or to the home of her parents .

[ Mailing address of were given and a roundtable i Andreu gave a slot machine whichhe Texas. leg In 1927 and another one In IH8.1In July. With five days. must bear the moving or

This bracket is self- dlucunslon held with the had confiscated, as well as a His new assignment Is as Assistant 1929 with Burgers' disease, drives yet, to go and only $2,012.60 short other expenses Involved.

..y assistance of Edward Prince, 2nd penny machine which he has had Q-l (personnel), and before his 1937 Oldsmobile with as much' of the August quota and the out. Army and draft officials. repeatedly

I B. Mailing/ address of assistant Chief Observer. In his office for two years be- taking over' his new duties he ease as anyone. After his. last lying districts yet to be heard have suggested that dependent -

Ht l bracket Is also' eelC. !-' After ascertaining the most cause of non-payment of license. : served In the same capacity with leg was amputated far above the rom, it Is hoped that the quota wives sock Jobs In war

convenient hours available for i the 31st Division. knee, he was discharged fwom will yet be raised.. Industries solve their own financial

Maximum LegalC service by those present, a schedule Small Major Griffin was promotedfrom the, hospital one Thursday, calleda What Postmaster Fred F. problems and to meet the

has been made out. Several ApartmentsTo the rank of first lieutenant mechanic Friday and told him Stump feared Is about to come growing demand for armament

should r>e studied other volunteers who were not Be ErectedBy on August 12, 1940 I and was what he wanted done to his automobile true-namely, that having used. workeru. This would be a comparatively

lIy before you attempt present at the meeting have add assigned t o Service Company, Saturday he tried out his up their savings In their firstuylng simple answer for
ed their available time to the October 1 Starke will haveat remodelled car, and Sunday took
out. For Instance If 124th Infantry Florida National > of bonds, and now dig.ging those without children but would
unit have reglst- schedule. It is now clear that, least seven new small apartments Guard. He served with the com his family for a drive. He hada down into their present earnIngs not prove entirely feasible where
was rented on Jan- on a 24-hour-a-day basts the to help relieve the con- pany's supply section, but most hand brake and an automatic this Important war effort U children especially youngsters

41, you must fill out need Is greatest for observers gestion incident to its proximityto of the time was with the personnel clutch Installed. slowing down. An isolated Instance are concerned unless they couldbe

{what the rent was ont from 12 midnight to 6 A. M.. : Camp Standing. Bonnie B. section. On November 25, Mr. Rothblatt drove his car here and there would make cared for by other family

If there has been no from' 10 to 12 P. M., from 6 to, Berryman proprietor of Lanola 1940 he was Inducted with the from his home In St.. Petersburg very little difference; but If sucha members.The .

the rent of this dwel. 8 A. M... and from 4 to 6 P. M. Links on Road 48, which the 124th Infantry aa personnel adjutant to the Worlds, Fair in ChicagoIn state of affairs became preva- Army has delayed! 'the '1

Ince Jan. 1, 1941 then Saturdays and Sundays are also Government bought from him, is .of the 126!thj Infantry. 1934, driving through heavy lent, the Government would have drafting of married meA as long

kip Items 2.. 3"4.5; ,. and AWlcult. ) to fill.. moving sevewtwo-room nouses- to Friends of ATaJwr Griffin in rafflce without trouble and has to 'step in and enforce'tile buyingof as possible to prevent dislocations .
The more volunteers, the leas Starke which be will remodel and l Starke will be pleased to learnof been driving It at will sine 1929. bonds. It Is hoped that the Inevitable when families are

:ern 7 you will enter will be the watching time for all. consolidate under one roof. his new assignment In the Last Friday be left St. Peters- public will take advantage of the broken up. To this' end It has

arne i figure entered Figuring 168 hours to the week Through W. T. Clute. realtor, Army. He Is the son of Mrs. burg at 11 A. M.,. and arrivedIn remaining time and boost the brought constant pressure 0 n

1. you with two persons working to- Mr. Berryman purchased from O. J. Griffin of St. Augustineand Starke at 4:30: P. M. He non. sales of bonds. and stamps before Congress to amend the draft law

t us take another ex- gether, it Is clear that it would Judge E. K. Perryman a lot 100 the brother of Mrs. EthelM chanantly alighted from his car, Monday night, so that America's to permit Induction of youths of

[der Section C. take 168 persons working only Feet square on t hoe corner of : Biggs of Starke. got on his scooter and rolled war effort may hot be crippled. 18 and 19 years of age.

that you rented a two: hours per week. Or, with Washington and Grand streets away. He sells various. small Congress has refused to take

nit for $20 per month each pair working only four I just west of H. A., Bishop's resi USO ProgramFor articles on the streets of Starke. Defense Official any Immediate action because, observers

y//1, 1941 and that since hours per week( two hours twice dence. Here, under the supervision Although a veteran of World Here Last Week believe, the proposed

I you have made a major a week), it would require 84 per- of Wood & Hopkins, Jacksonville Next Week War I, his injuries were not received -, amendment Is loaded With political .

Vovement in this sons. Obviously, it would be bet- contractors, there seven in the service, nor does dynamite and should be avoided .
dwel- At the of George
The first rent ter for 84 persons out of a total small houses will be welded Intoa August 29 to September 11 he receive any sort of pension. request L'I until after the November electlonti. .
charged Burr, Jr., of Tallahassee,
major population of 3,000 or 4,000 to composite whole each of the Saturday::00 P. M.-Twilight lie was born In Wisconsin, but .
[ capital improve- live Director of the State De-
i made donate four hours each weekto, seven apartments consisting of Movie-14 Temple Avenue. has made St. Petersburg his home The Army last Winter failed In
was $30 Tense Council, a meeting of the
I that the rent today per is the: war effort than for 25 or 30 two rooms plumbing, fixtures and 8:30: P. M.-Dance, Army Band for 20 years, formerly operatinga Bradford County Defense Council un attempt to gain authority to

?r to have to give 10 or 12 hours a -Temple A Washington. grocery and meat market. It is draft 19-year-olds. The Senate
month. Then this is sink.The was held at its office In the
week. in the 8:30: P. M.-Bingo Party-201 his plan In the near future to take which favored
do : Under Item 1, apartments will Starke Armory Thursday night, agreed but the House,
fctlon C, enter $20 per To take it just one step further, form of a court, the grounds will North Walnut. a civil service examination for August 20, with the chairman, the old 21-year limit refused

Then under article 5 42 persons working two together be beautified and the rental will ,.Sunday-3oo: P. M.-Feature switchboard operator for the Marcus F. Brown, pl'e ldlnl'. Mr Its approval and the issue was'

|lion C you mark a cross I would have to average 8 hours be from $37.50 to $40 it was announced Movie-Temple A. Washington. City Fire Department a t St. Burr addressed the meeting, compromised to permit inductions
each-or four 2-hour shifts. 5:30: P. Refreshment Time 'etereburjr. He has a wife and
ot ( yesterday by W T. Clute of 20-year-olds.
c) under Article .5. heard reports of the various committee
ly under this notation Forty-two are not sufficient. At realtor, who has exclusive rental All USO Clubs. three children. chairmen and told the A War Department spokesman'said .

.1 In the next two lines least 84 persons should volunteerfor of the property. Five of the 8:30 P. M.-Even4ng Movie- Council of Its deficiencies. the Army would rather have

|here: Date first, rented this work. Anyone from 14 apartments have already been, reserved 201 North Walnut P.St. P. S. Stores Enlarge Mr. Burr strewed the Import. youths than married men contending
Monday-7:30: -Speclal
ued years of age and above who Mr. Clute said. Outside they make "the beat possible
on page eight) ance of training and qualifyingauxiliary
Bowling Camp Blanding and Branch At CenterP.
speaks plain English, has clear dimensions of the building wU soldiers."
vision'' and' good hearing can be 72x48 and the approximate cost Southern Bell Telephone Girls- policemen and firemen! "Physically, they are tough,
) Inc. which ha able-bodied stretcher bearers demolition -
nations 14 S. Stores *
Temple. "
easily do the work. will be $ ,OOO, :Mr. Berryman stat mentally they are pliant he said.
Call street and at road repair
crews, crews
8:30 P. M.-Informal Classical branches on
As to the hours "And stronghome
rat Aidthe early morning they haven't any
Is again expand. rescue squads. messengers. fire
Wash. Center
Records Concert-Temple It Blanding
-12 to 6 A. M.-six have already ties to cause. emotional up.
ed.War Charles Pariser. manager.has watchers, air raid wardens bomb
ington. ing.
past several weeks volunteered to work one 6-hour Toll sets when Inducted into the armed
Aid Death Tuesday-2:30 P. M.-Get-Ac- announced that as soon as squads, decontamination squads, "
Center has period each Eight more
qualnted Hour for Army Wives the work of enlarging Jhe buildingcan etc. He stated that all these '
from the following: persons are wanted for this time, Reaches 14,000 Hershey In disclosing! the Impending
201 North Walnut. be completed, the present should receive the required uniform
<*a Cola Co.. $5 J. M. and that Is all that will be required Induction of marriedmen
"stOre II: City ;Barber of them-to observe this Fourteen million persons have 8:30 P. M. Movie Shorts A store at Blandlng Center will be training, and insignia when removed the plea for draftIng .

05; Bradford Co. Tele- 6-hour period once each week keen killed ii, the war since 1931: Bingo Party-Temple & Wash Increased to twice its present training Is completed.A. 18 and 19-year-old but members -

; Dr. M. B. Herlong. 7 two working together. when Japan began her invasion of i ington. size. J. Thomas submitted his of the Senate :Military Affair

1 Morgan, 25 cents Mrs.$ ; Those who are willing to assist, Manchuria Pno f. Atwood H. Wednesday-7:00: P. M.Bowlfor According to Mr. Pariser, the resignation as Commander of the Committee have evidenceda

Circle No. 3 Methodist; please do not wait; but call H. Townsend of New York Unlver. a prize-Service Men Only-' store which Is now 49x19 will be Defense. Corps because of his "watch-and-walt" attitude. Congressional

sV; Junior Woman's A. Carlton at 29 at once, or see sity estimates in an article writ. 14 Temple. Increased to 49x38 feet by removing many other duties; but this was sources predict that no

him at the Bradford County Tele tenSor The Free World. Photography-i-O r o u p s- the partition between; the not acted upon It being the expressed action will come until December.

Carpenter' graph. The tower telephone is In ,The majority, of dead were Professional Instruction Ask store and the space now occupied opinion of those present Borne persons her, however,

"Pflles! including Drug blood Store -No. 154- nd as, soon as the civilians, the professor said. He about other groups being formed jointly by Blanding Tailors and that he was well qualified for felt that public opinion would Influence

; and green light 'Is given from Jacksonville placed 9,500400 In that category. Temple A Washington. the branch office of the Starke the place and should continue In Congress to adopt the
miscellaneous soldiers and 8:3O P. M.-Dance- .* These that capacity If possible, .
rom Southern and sufficient volunteersare In China 2,300,000 Thursday- : Dry Cleaners Laundry. proposal. They believed civic organizations
Priests-i; Mrs cent to available, actual manning of 6300.000 civilians have been killed Army Band- Starke Armory two businesses will move one door Those present In addition to and churches faced
irs. E. Prince F. the tower will begin. Instruction since 1937 alone, be said, and Temple & Washington. north of their present location. Mr. Burr and Mr.' Brown were: with the choice of having familymen

',: Jacobs; Bar BradKaware )( .- sheets will be given to those who in Russia 1,500,000 soldiers and 8:30 P. M.-Hobby Nigh t- By the move eight show cases W. P. Smith, vice-chairman; J. L. or youngsters taken from

Co.; Mrs.; apply. 2,000,000 to 4,000,000 civilians Clay Modeling-Leather Work- and 48 feet of shelving will be Peek secretary: Dr. M. B. Her the communities would demand

Olive p. E. have met death. 201 North Walnut. added, Mr. Pariser sold and th. long; A. J. Thomas; C. II. Nan- prompt action by the legislatorsklonj

w. B, Sewell and Amelia These losses, be said, compared Friday-2:00: P. M. 'Bridge In. place will have the appearance of worthy. Nelson T. Green. W lines recommended by the

: Mrs. K. O.; Mrs. N. June Commodities with 7.000 United State.. dead. structlon-201 North Walnut. a large department store. The Hart, Mrs. Edward Bums, 11'1 Army.

1.. V'il l Duncan: Commodities valued at more Professor Townsend said his 8:30 P. M.Bridge Party main entrance will be where I It N. D. Wainwright Jr., and Miss
Mr5. R. J. Davis Hollis than $1,203 were distributed to estimates were based on minimum Sponsored by Junior Woman's now Is In the southwest corner of Madge Whlgham. McClellans MoveD.

M. W, P. ; Mrs. an average of 594 Bradford figures available and that If Club-Temple & Washington. the store, while the other will

'Pberd; W.Smith T. : Mrs. County families during the monthof maximum figures were used the 8:30 P. M.-Movie Shorts- be In the lobby at. the Orange Berryman Buys Home W. McClellan manager In
t' Weeks to 22,000,000 instead Temple WashIngton the office of the Wolfe-McLeod
D. C.; circle June, according to an an. total run 'Lines bus station In the centerof
No. 1 Bonnie B. former Construction Co. l lie being transferred
sof the nouncement from the Jacksonville of 14000000. the enlarged store. Berryman, ,
St. MethOdist Agricultural List Rental Units York City, I proprietor of Lanola Links, who to Clarksvlllo. Tenn., where
Mark's office of the : L. O. Pfaff. of New
Auxiliary: BondsA Is building a 7-unit apartment the Company has a large contract
Sllvernall 10 Percent was In
Marketing Administration. of the Company
; Mrs. Levy I With USO ClubsLocal President
Mrs. the house In the northeast section s>f with the Government. Mr. Me-
week supervising
!' Charles Darby: "majority" of employes of Starke last Miami for a the City, has purchased from Tax ClelJan came to Starke Just two
:l'n! Darby; Mr. BU Constitution ExamThe the Starke Coca Cola Co. have USO Clubs are being work. He went to Assessor E. W. Hayes the residence : years ago September 1940. His I
W and will over
Merson H. Hart: Mr. examination voluntarily adopted the "10 per swamped with applications for brief vacation, to at 333 West Call street now Company buflc.much, of the road

: Mrs. W J. EpCbarlfe' regular Constitution will be held cent plan" of buying war stamp rooms,, houses and apartments in Starke before returning occupied by Mrs. Katie Killings- 'inside Camp Blending and is now
Powell built for teachers of the They are appealing to property New York. worth. The to to the
helves I 5. at 2 P. M., and bonds. an employe price, according completing Road 261 camp.
fed and the lumber I Saturday, September Company stated Wednesday: Each owners who have any rental Mr. Berryman was $3,000. and Mr. and Mrs. McClellan and

Ing locally unaer the direction of the schools County iiGainesville. I week 10 percent of their salaries units now available, to list them Waimcright Leaves he will occupy the home around their two children Woody and

Jr to Mra- W' JEP- Sup e r i n t endent of Interested I will be withheld and a book of with Club No.1 (YMCA) phone Jr., October 1.. Janice- left Starke Thursday.
Who has charge Persons 59 or Club No. 2 (YWCA) phone MayVr N. D. Watngrlght
[ of office of the stamps purchased for them. When inducted Into The Kllllngsworth family have They have been living recentlyIn
present the recently
f tit-; 7 needs' Include: will report to approximately sufficient funds have been received 183. who was Blanding left been living there for about threeyean the home of Major and Mrs.T. .
at r'
sea Pillows' ; M sheets; County Superintendent They bonds will be bought, After places are rented,, the the Army at Camp where he has % and Mrs. Killingsworth T. Long, and have many .
; ;
Saturday. Miami
M. .
nd tcEMow"to; 40 wash 1:30: P. there as made out in their name and property owners are asked to notify I Tuesday for for of does not yet know where they friend here who regret to see

> "*' Thoiw de- will receive-instructions the ex turned over to them. There are the clubs so that they maybe been sent, presumably will move. I them leave.BRADFORD .

Contribute: will pIea.*e to the exact place where more than SO employes. taken from the list. fleer's training. I
at 141. animation will be held. t I



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The Bradford County Telegraph bacterial killers. It is true that immense r --- laI! &4w

Kiitabllnhed Ig77FL0RIA4PRESSASSOCIAII0N progress in reducing T. B.'s ravages has the weekend with Mrs. Hardy. $
Mrs. Kldon: Hardy
A\BA\BKR. been made and medical authorities look Mrs. Linnle McCauley of Jack

; forward to a time when the disease will be Mr. and Mrs Artford Brown sonville spent the week-end with Author of "How to Win
Tampa are J. P. Roberts.G. Friends
unless and son. Buster or her sister Mrs.
1.1tUNvu.l DrroRlAL.ASSOaAJ1CW.. completely eradicated. But every spending their vacation with his W. Hazen and R. E. Hazen and Influence People."

1' 10.4& effort is made to maintain this progress, parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. attended annual meeting at Etlnar pal

K. L. Matthew ________ Editor and Owner the nation stands to lose hard-won ground. Brown and her parents, Mr. and Church near Palatka on Sunday.

SUBSCRIPTION KATE War means millions will work longer :Mrs. W. H. Smith and family of Miss Jaunlta McKenzie of Fort
Sampson City. :i: Pierce Is visiting Miss Bonnie
" ,. ,f l.r h Yearly, $1.79; Six, Months 91.0O- and rest less. Weariness and exposure are Mr. and Mr. Purvis Hazen and Mott for a few days.

'' two of T. B.'s most effective allies. Every son of Hampton were visiting Mr. Mrs. S. Roberts entertained the
Entered M B ooarJ and Mrs. M. M. Hazen Saturday. MAKE THE :MOST ,
.r vbUahed Weekly on Fridays and precaution public and private alike must bridge club Thursday afternoonat OF TODAY
and dau&hters. -
a7 Clans Matter at the Pout Office at Starke Fta. be given to controlling it during the war MM. H. A. Smith and Marguerite, the home of Mrs J. P. Roberta. How much are you going to get out of today
+ Ernestine. I
Retch high and of not sentences of ten words
and Mrs.' S. E. won many that l'men
period. So far as the individual is con- of HIaleah are visiting Mr. and Mra. R. E.. Hazen low. Mrs. portance to you. are or

,' tr FL Time? To Call A Halt cerned, he should immediately see his physi- Mrs.Mrs. O.L. W.W. Barry.Barry and :Mr. Roberts served a salad course to Are you letting your days slip by without

memories when cian when any symptom of illness appears. Mrs.i'Jack Simmons of her guests. out of them? Are'you making the most of thegc!
still fresh in Mr. and
It is our
and children
We must never slow the fight against this Gainesville were visiting N. C. Mra Vasco golden hours which will never come back? j0np re.,
' Minister Churchill some months ago have been In Miami for a week
Prime the English writer used to keep rnarblRw
merciless killer. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Hershel a piece of
declaration to the Nazis visiting relatives. desk which had one of the finest !
' pw made! a clear-cut Layfleld and sons Sunday. student of U.of and most d
regarding the probable use of poison gas in Mrs. N. C. 'Mott Is visiting Douglas Hazen week-end of mottoes in the world carved on it. Just one word !
F., was a guest 'rOD
+ N the Russian theatre of war. Within a short In Spite Of {What You Hear friends and relatives In Corinth. his parents. Every time he looked up he saw, chiseled in i>7 It\
Health Is High Miss Winifred Crosby and Marie stone a reminder of how precious today is. ,1!
' interval, a sharp warning came from President Edwards were guests of Mrs. L. Mrs. Ruel Dukes of Dukes Sta- son-the famous "Doctor Johnson" of Englandbar VI J I

'r Roosevelt to the Japanese' for the same Writing in Hygeia, Dr. Morris Fish- Whitten in Gainesville last week. tion spent the past week here minder written on the face of his watch so that '

a purpose. bein casts a bright light on the controversy Mr. and Mrs. Eldon in Gainesville Hardy. with Mrs.relatives.T. W. Markey has gone to he looked at his watch he would see it, The night eveq
Why therefore, could not the same concerning the physical fitness of Ameri- spent! with Sunday Mrs. Charles Hardy, Waycross. Ga., for a visit. it said. And old Doctor Johnson so lived that he SI
Ronald and most out of every fleeting moment, and whenScome
Mr. and Mrs. Bayles
, 'r sound policy be used in the cases of these cans. Si-.. he had accomplished much
of so that his
Miss Lucile Melvin has returned baby of Monticello were guests name!hvr.. (
1 scandalous, inhuman and conscience-revolt- Despite allegations to the contrary he home after spending, several Mr. and Mrs. James Cason Sun and on. !

; ing shootings of the intellectuals and other says men of military age are in better weeks with friends and relatives day afternoon. Marcus Aurelius one of the greatest men who !!

N innocent people by the Nazis? It is most shape than their forebears of similar In Jacksonville and St. Peters I Mrs. Frank Feagle and Jaunlta had his existence on this earth 150 years before thil
"f age burg. Mry. L. O. Hazen and Minnie Lou of Christ. A mighty warrior; he flung the boundaries)!
i ; cowardly on the part of the Germans to use in 1917. Today's army rejection rate for MIN Betty Hazel Green Is and Betty Sue and Jackie Cason Roman empire where they had never been before. He i

a brutal force .on helpless populations, shuttle physical reasons is approximately the same home again after visiting her attended the show In Gainesville as busy a life as a person could well live, but he'mm

( 1 them from one end of Europe to the other as in 1917-and at the same time standardsfor grandparents In Ocala. Sunday afternoon. to toss off' a book that still goes marching on. In it

a m like cattle, thus destroying their homes and admittance to the Army are far higher By Mr*. E. J. listen and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs Mrs. Frank Eldon Feagle Hardy "Don't" 'conduct your life as if you were going to livfi 1

the cherished things of these unfortunate and the physical examinations given the were In Gainesville Saturday nlte. ever.
Is to
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWKK The Important thing get something worth urhfliI,
peoples. selectees are far more comprehensive. An I Mrs. James Cason entertained of today no matter how busy you are. How about rea

i In Holland in France and other conquered example of the improvement is found in with a miscellaneous shower for GRAHAMBy Do you read something worth while every day?
l object Mrs. Earnest Edwards, formerly Mrs. L. C. Smith When the first Bull Moose convention was in '
! countries these crimes have one the fact that Army rejections for tuberculosis sesu
Miss Luclje Hlnton. on Friday Mr. and Mrs. David DurbIn and Chicago bands were playing beneath the window of i
to eliminate the leaders and the brainsof are about one-third the 1917 rate, despite August 21, from 4 till 6 o'clock. children of Jacksonville spent the Theodore Roosevelt and people were surging through!

these countries before they can organize the fact that modern diagnostic tech- The living room was decoratedwith week-end with her mother, Mrs streets shouting, "Hooray for Teddy. We want Tcdd]

1'' resistance, to enslave them to their service nique permits the detection of many cases cut and flowers. Games were to Mrs.en- C. Fogg. Amidst all the shouting and tumult, Teddy Rooseveh!

z and definitely kill the idea of freedom in which would have been overlooked 25 years G.Joyed B. Colson prizes Marie given Edwards and Mrs. Leo Ayers of Columbus in a rocking chair in his hotel reading a book by Herod::
Mist', who has been visiting her the Greek historian.,
Frances THghman. About 33
Europe. ago. guests were parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. A few years ago a friend of mine was visiting a buL:
I The appeal of the Netherlands Exiled Dr. Fishbein makes a highly interesting Mrs. Cason was assisted In Johnson for some time spent the man in Detroit who asked him "Would you like ton

7 Government in London, made to President comparison between the physical standardsof caring for her guests by Mrs. H. week-end with friends In Gaines Henry Ford?" That afternoon they drove to Ford's!fart!
) H. Howard. Mrs. Cliff ville. She left Wednesday nightfor and Henry Ford got in the car with them and they sIa
w Roosevelt, comes 'at the right time. Send a our Army and the much-vaunted German her home In Mississippi.
t and Mrs. E. J. Hazen. She servo for an adjoining town to attend a meeting of a has
warning to the German Government Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and
Back in
severe army. 1936 General Von Blom-
ed a salad course to her guests board. On the way they passed through a stretch ml
stating that reciprocity will be applied for berg established the physical requirementsfor Mrs. Edwards received .many Mra.Sunday, J. H.to Surrency the bedside were of visitors Mrs. Ford leaned out of the car and said, "Listen, do you!J

each hostage shooting, or, after the war Hitler's legions. In the German army lovely and useful gifts. Lizzie Surrency who is seriously that? Stop a minute! The driver thought something J

those responsible for these reprisal executions men are taken for service who cannot meet .llTIUUE: HILL BILLIES ill In a Tampa Hospital. wrong with the car. Without another word, Ford got J

kvi will be arrested, tried before an internal the 1-A standard the U' S. Army demands. The ever-popular Jubilee Hill Duffy Abernathy who has been walked a short distance into the woods and stood gazuij|
Billies will present a stage showat working In Tampa for some time at a tree. Presently the other two men joined him and''4
court, and if convicted, will pay for The German army'will draft for military the Brooker School on Monday has returned home and has accepted found that Henry Ford was listening to the song of a bin!

their crimes. duty any man who is physically and men- night Aug. 31. Everyone is a position at Camp Btan- the song of a brown thrush. "Isn't it beautiful," ForiJ

tally able to perform any kind of ''service urged to attend. ding.Mrs. claimed "that's the first one I've heard this season."
Fred Johnson and little We can all get something out of Today. Remei',
; The Merciless Killer whatsoever. The U. S. Army wants and Mrs. Rosa Pinholater and Miss daughter Anna Jean of Waldo will never come back.

w In the last year alone tuberculosis killed will accept only men with high physicaland Lubedia Gainesville Pinbolster were shoppingIn vlatted Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John-
mental ,Wednesday of last son Tuesday.Mr. .
approximately 10,000 more Americans than qualifications.No week. and Mrs. Seth Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black week-end with Dr and gn

were killed in action or died of wounds in place on earth has medical care of Mrs. R. E. Hazen was visiting Brooker were visiting Mr. and Jr., came from Jacksonville Sat- B. Parks, at their Kinpfcj

World War I. so high a standard. We have more doctors her land,sister who, la'11I Mrs. Clarence In the Alachua Strick Mrs C. B. Roberts Saturday. urday evening and spent the cottage.

In all the wars fought by this country per thousand of our population than any County Hospital last Friday.

II since 1776. with the exception of the present other country. No man rich Mrs.-Wiley Lewis of Miami Is
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. G. !
conflict deaths resulting from military ac- requires and wants medical attention, need W. Hazen for a few days.

tion or from wounds received in action, suffer for the lack of it. The thousands of Mrs. Wilson Lewis and children -

totaled 244,450. In the fourryear period doctors who are giving their services "without I of Miami are visiting rel- IMf'iJti4.5'PHlitiHI'1
activities for two weeks.
1937-40 tuberculosis killed 243,668 of our
charge, to the Selective Service Boards, Mr. and Mra. Alph Hazen of

citizens. are making certain that the Army gets only Orlando spent last week-end with

Civilian air-raid casualties in England the cream of the crop. And the thousands Mr. and MTU. E. M. Hazen and .You can
Fred Connerly of LaCroase.Mrs. .
" during ten-month in
a period 1940-41, when of other doctors who have been called into Earl Green and Mrs.

enemy air activity was at its zenith totaled the Army are making certain that they stay James Cason were shopping In it timeF

about 36,000. During a comparable periodIn phsyically and mentally well. The rumors Gainesville Tuesday of last week. spot every

this country tuberculosis took 50000 to the effect that Mr. and Mrs, E. J, Hazen andson.
are a physically weak Harvard were In Alachua

lives. people are completely untrue and should be Wednesday afternoon of last COURSE the Armed Services get Coca-Cola jut.
Those three illustrations show the scotched. week. wanted and n
they get all the good things are
Mr. and Mrs. Shine Mott and
children of High Springs to do each job.CocaCola .
;: spent
i _: \ ; Florida State Farm News Saturday In Jacksonville.Mr. awhile Sunday night with hi. Sao A7 fq

: and Mra. W. },). Feagle mother, Mrs. Jim Mott. has that extra something to do the jab
visited relatives In Hilliard Sun. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen
acs complete refreshment. It has a taste that'sl4
were In Starke last
By E. R. bouvler PEANUT BOILING day.Mrs. ; Monday on .
Y A number of the set R. N. Dukes will\ leave business. t ? satisfying quality that's unmistakable.
younger Kos-
RIDGE CLUB Saturday to join her Miss Francine Fisher of Rat-
husband In Coca-Cola
Mrs. J. O. Godwin entertainedthe enjoyed a peanut boiling Thurs- Jacksonville.We ford and Miss Sarah Carver of there's a real reason for that.
day evening of last week. A crowd
"Thursday 'Bridge Club last Gainesville were visitors at 'school of unique refresheled.
the original secret
week. flbral of 20. met at the home of Charles greatly regret the departure < < ,
Lovely arrangement i Thornton of Mr. and Mrs. recently. a bW
and Gerald '
played games and finished In Its making
w re placed In the sun parlor and and E. J. Hazen transacted! business : ?v-? a art
i living room. Mrs. Godwin served boiled peanuts and had lots of, family of five daughters who !In Jacksonville Saturday. '"'" wholesome flavors that can't be copied
punch to drink. All I will move to Boiling ,
::1 Ice cream and cookie to her time. had a, happy C., next week. This Springs estimable S Mrs. Steele our fourth grade ,
guest* Mr. Robt. Kite won high teacher has
resigned because of this i
family have "
lived here discovered
+, while Mra. Oscar since before 111 heal I Your experience has '
Partney won Billy Overstreet Mrs. Roberts has S
last S
spent week
4 and Mrs. Cox *
; S bingo Mrs. W. B.. Grainger an here with his uncle and aunt Mr. and will.be greatly were missed.married taken her place; '' t. something in Coca-Cola. ..delicious taste
j1 out of town guest was presented and Mrs Claude Johns. The best wishes Mrs. Beulah Harrell. Mrs. Mal- refreshment in
of the entire after-taste .
with a beautiful handkerchief. Mrs. I. L. Pashcall of Lake City community go with them. colm Harrell and Mrs. Guy Har ? ; no cloying' eoca.cJa

Mrs. L. Watt la entertaning spent Sunday with, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. rell were shopping in Gainesville finest form. The only thing like
Roy Fisher have
W. E. Malone. Thursday of last week.
her sister Mrs. Walter Harper as guests their another Coca-Cola.
nephew, Laurence
' J. M. Moncrief Mr. and Mr.. Artford Brown
e' and daughters' Agnes and Agatha spent Thursday Downer and friend .
' )f Sopchoppy. till\ Sunday attending to business of Fayetteville N. C.Billy Roberts and son, Buster are here visiting h*' e di
In Chattahoochee. relatives. abdon.
: '
Mrs. Bryan Whitfield l Is" spending Mrs. H. M. Rlcbarde and children Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn of Its natural for popular names to acquire Wc"J'T Ck] |

the week In Jacksonville with .. Henry and Jane. have Raiford spent awhile with Mrs. ..That's why you hear Coea-.Cola calUJ Coke.

her friend Mrs. C. S, Galbraith. to Jacksonville Beach to spend gone Letter BoxTo Jim Mott Wednesday night. r ,and Coke mean tho same 'thing...!!t!!, I 2i thin riM.''',*!

Ga.Mrs.U Fred Williams of Rln gold. the week with Mrs. C. M. Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hazen and 'a single thing!: coming from a single source, and ",,11 |
visiting at the home of her
Mra. J. M. Hembree has returned Helen Jane and
s to the community".
' and daughter. Chap home after spending last weekat the public (especially old Frances Marlon of Center Hill .S
lain' and Mrs. I* A. Shepherd.Mrs. Trenton. Her mother Mrs. J. folks): were recent guests of his parents i

J. B. Johnson of WorthIngton F. Williams and Miss Dorothy Our County Representative'tells Mr. and Mra. G. W. Hazen. .u
'Springs and Mr. and Mrs1. Williams accompanied her home Eldon Hardy who has! accepteda I ItcA
me that there Is million
J. O. Randall. Jr., of Jacksonville to remain this week. over a place with the?:railroad spent : At U. S. 0.tenter' .

are guests. of Mrs. J. O_. Randall l Mrs. D. R. Edwards accompanied dollars In the State Treasury for Tetter

Sr.* .< by her son, Ruffin Edwards the purpose of paying pensionsto I how h p
Mrs., J. R. Kite Is spending I Jr., of Monroe La., stop the old folks. I get some- When Your rte; F bA intermi
some days as the guest of Mr. ped over to visit her sister Mr.. yen but not nearly enough to pay

and Mrs. Dollar at Carlo, Ga. A. M. Rlcharde Friday enroute my expense,". A doctor puts you Back Hurts- refreshing' kfR
Miss Patsy Cox!; left ,Saturday to her home in Ft. Lauderdale. on a special diet and you haven't + +

to visit her uncle and aunt. Mr. James Christie of Baltimore the money to buy the. proper And Your Strength and
and Mrs. Vance Geiger la Jack- has Joined his wife who haa been things to eat. Energy .. Below Par

, ; sonville. visiting Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fan- Who' 1 la telling the truth? Are It m.y be woMd br *.ord.. of kldy -
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins Cher and together they will return you going to. 4t down and be .' function ab.a p.mica pobonoiuWMt
' to eum l t For truly
visited relatives In Hampton Fri home the last of the week. dictated to? _pl. tool tirod f weak and ....many..b...
! Mrs. P. L Laing of Chattahoochee wbn th. kldnoyi tail Co rnov. ..e Meld
': day.Mr. Is I am a graduate of three different sad othor. waste matter from tk.
and Mrs. O. L. Partney spending sometime at the blood.You. .
# have returned from Jacksonville. Farm visiting her husband and optical ,colleges and yetthrou&h may ralfor aanlnc .u........
some governmental red rb.umati. palna. b.ad eh**. dtuin M,
Little Kay Partney had her ton- having some dental work done. tape they won't let 'me work. nttinc cop Dlfbt. "Uff .. availing.8om .
'{ v; Ills removed there Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Retch of .um a Iraqiurat .r scanty urlnatloa -
St. :More dictators! with amartlac and burning .la another .
lit reported recovering nicely. Augustine visited' Mr. and Well, It la to the alp that om.tbio, la wrong with
Gerald Cox!; baa returned froma Mrs. H. M. Richarde Friday.. up public.D. tba kldom or bladdar.
E. Jonson .
trip to Boiling Springs. S. C.. Mrs. Chaa. N. Turney left Mon. _Tbo.lcI..oclIKII..pro..P.C......., la wlaar taaa. _lad.l..*
and from attending a meeting 'of day for Knoxville, Tenn., for. amonth's Starke*Fla Do.madlclna.'> filtt.that baa It .la won.."aouatrywlda.. to raly' oa.a.

.: judges of stock visit with ... ap
Gurnsey in North relatives. proval lhaa on omathlnc favorably
r Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. V. Wasted money t s wasted .known.Vs,..', bava boon triad and toafc.ad The best
I Martling lives. Don't waste .'eclou many yoara. Are at all drug at aria.
e l'' Miss Joe Nelle 8egre of Pa.u of Melrose were guests of Mr. and lives. Every dollar you can Cat D... today.DOANS. it always the better 111,110TTUD
latka has I Mm M E. Grlner t
I concluded a visit with last Thursday
I spare should b. wed le bay
her uncle and aunt, !ofr. and Mrs.J. and Friday. '
yN5 War Bonds. Buy year teapercent 1 PILLS UNDU AUT 01",, Tat' eocA.eoiA COMPANY IY'
I* William I ,Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crewt spent every fj day. j STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

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New River NewsBy was really disappointed. The aide- THERESSA Deeds FiledD.
walks are narrow and crowded
1leaIiii By Mrs II. D.
1 Sp-eal oI[ and everybody speaks Spanish.We Burr Jones and Flora T.
f[ then hired a taxi for a sightseeing Earle Geiger and D. J Phillips
JetMle, Lee Lazenby \OATIONIST8: U\\K Jones, is wife, to Mrs In* An*.
trip; he carried us to the were business visitors to
,, By DRvfyjCTOR. G. HEISER RVTTLK SNAKES-"A RETURNED better part of town. There are Lake City last Friday diews Cohen. August 17; F. H.Bradley .
PLKNTV: :M. L. Johns, Jr. and sister.! some of the mont beautiful homes and Mary K. Bradley, his
JMt01CAl CONSULTANTI Eloise have returned front Tarpon In the residential district I've Mrll. W. D. Garrett and sister. wife of Dade County, to John C.
t NATIONAL ASSOCIATION: !, MANU.ACTUIIUS"Tl'RN Leslie Sapp, 9 years old, was Springs where they visited relatives Grace, were visiting In Starke one Albrecht and Lucretla K Al-
ever Reen.Ve
out saw place
A t noon.scouting Since late Sunday after. and enjoyed week's vaca where Balboa discovered the Pact day last week. brecht, his wife, of Duval County,

decided he was alone he tion. They report a very inter- fie Ocean, the Spanish Embassy Pfc. Henry H. Hardoe of Oil- AuguHt 20; J. R.* Bradley Sr,
OF THE the smaller: amount oft blood his trusty he had better carry estlng trip. They went out to and the U. S. Embassy. The worth, N. C., was visiting friends i and Nellie H. Bradley, his wIfe
C pumped by a "leaky" heart by killed air rifle-which had watch the sponge boats return; main thing though Was the ruins and relatives here lust week. to John C Albrecht and Lucretia ,

attended the actually enlarging it, especially If branch, many"more a perch In the took pictures of the craft, and of the old city of Panama. It Frank Kelsey", Is home on furlough hlo wife, of Duval Co., Aug; AnnieL I

,body who and visit- you cooperate. A faulty heart could count" birds than he then went through the entire was estioyed by Morgan the PIrate from Camp Blundlng and Harper and C K. Harper her ,
.u Wbrld'eFair thus enlarged win often pump creatUI es. Leslie numerous other exchange. They mw the largest in 1671. The ruins of old 1111 visiting his parents, Mr, and husband, to W. L. Andrews and ,
famous Hall of Han re- Just as much blood as a sound one a little-used was walking up known sponge ever to be broughtup. churches and houses are still Mrs. A. H. Kelsay, and friends Maude Andrews, his wife, Aug It

'I vividly the drumllke his of normal size. and there to road, glancing here Too, they saw an enormous standing The road were made B.; S. Branlle, who Is stationed 17; J. C, Manning and his wife, I

bound that fell entered.upon Care is Indicated, of course, if good game, when see what all might be octapus. Best 'of all I Eloise of small rocks and I believe they in the Signal Corps at Fort Delia Manning, to Eugene L. Kin- !

moment he you have heart trouble. But, on i heard rattles!' He said at once he was given a surprise birth. are better than some brick roads Bragg, N C., was visiting his chen and wife, Hyde 0 Kinchen, it
Btr mnd was the beating of a the other hand, don't alarm yourself ened him It fright. day party while'' there. Being I've seen parents and friends here last August 11; Mary E. Edwards: f
.... and am- I terribly as he glanced (widow), to F. R. Canadlne andPearl
heart, recorded unnecessarily into being too over toward the completely unaware of plans, the We went over by train; It wasa week He recently composed a
over a loud speaker ays- careful. With the advice of your where the "music"noise. He saw party was more of a thrill. She nice trip. The trains aren't I poem, which shows that our boys Curiadln" his I wife, of .1

I, doctor, you may well be able to from and says, "I was coming was favored with a variety of quite like those in the U. S., miss their homes, no matter how Luwtey, August 18. 1I

. after day thousands of help repair the damage by taking help from running Just when couldn't I lovely and useful glue Her cake though; they'ie Just like the ones far away they are. Here It Is: I I THE !
f.. entered the hall. They moderate, graduated exercise to him; he was all saw was especially made and decorated you see In movies about foreign CHILDRENS FRIEND
asclnated as they looked strengthen and enlarge the heart. head and rattles coiled raised up"with hIs In pastel shades. Ice cream countries. We were trawling TIlE J'\('.: \\IIKKK: I WANT When children have temporary op-

,7b'di he giant model of a man Protecting' the Heart he got over his first surprise When he was served with the cake as re first class and I guess If you TO IIR sets of the stomach and bowels from

' r and heard his heart beat Whether or not you have heart returned to the snake and began freshments. There were 17 candles went second clans you would haveto The place when I want to be> unwise food combinations, overeat

hythm of life. It was one trouble, spare your heart in every calling for his little playmate, and of course she was so stand up In an empty car. Is VM or more miles from, me. II ing. or over-acidity of the stomach:

'Ima most dramatic exhibits I way you can as a good rule of Joe Dowling Lazenby, who lived enthusiastic that she failed to "I'm enjoying this part of the Of all the places I've wandered give them good tasting

ads. IV. : health. near by. Joe was not home but puff several big attempts enough were on on.e made.trial M.- country fine, Mom." Theie's no piece so dear to -we. I McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR

ghuYh: human heart runs with like arcialon Don't undertake work that imposes hurried Mrs. Rhoda Dowling was and she L. thinks maybe he'd better go Johnnie Barfield and Arthur On a hill nits a tin-top house I ALL imt'O STOKEH '
one to
machine- the
too much of a strain on scene. Her eyes back on his birthday We couldn't Owen, both of Starke, were visit That overlooks the countryAs
difference: It can repair you, either physically or mentally. having almost failed years ago blame him! ing Mr. and Mi'a. Virgil Owen silent as a mouse. Ii I ,
tee of charge for many Overwork and she could never spot the snake ;
overstrain pre- over the week-end
Lee Down at the loot of hill
heart but could Kelly Jr., returned home the.
ed .earn. The average valent in wart ime, can bring hear his warning. She Mr and Mrs Flank Meriltt The
told Monday from a vacation with his little horseshoe' lake s
minute and yet, Leslie to
E times a about a substantial increase in remain near the and
Sdus family and Miss Ida Men'lit Reckons
uncles and aunta In Penwacola, me!, always will
beats, it is able to rest the number of cases. of heart dis spot daddy.until she could'go get his Mr. and Mrs. Pete Magee and pent one day In Lake City recently i
" tore Itself. ease. The "cardiac," or person It wasn't long before Standing on the porch I seeThe
Ethan Mrs. Gus Llstander Miss RaKe
Billion Heart Reals suffering from heart disease, may was there with his shot Magee returned with I Floyd Wiggins, and Reddish and mart beautiful picture ever
It has to beat two bll- later return to be a familiar fig- gun, but he too Is having acute "Buddy" to Chester Andrews attended the shown to me.
le trouble spend a few days with the ,
LIn 60 years, however ure in our midst if we do not all with his eyes lately KO livestock market in Gainesville The sun was sinking In the went
fly natural to expect varlITIRS take extra precautions today. he had difficulty in seeing the Kellys. Monday. Under a cloud-painted sky that
!fit the heartrow old. diamond back. Ethan Lois Johnson declares that she made the nest 7'
to happen to Industry has set a good ex- shot Corp and Mrs. Seeber Moodyof
older. ample for us in its program for and missed Pete, Leslie's young had a wonderful time in St Augustine Camp Murphy, near Stuart/

[times It springs a leak for the health of Its employees In 12-year-old brother, happened upon Marianna and Ocoee during were visiting their parent Mr. I Tinning my head toward the star ,,

But this need not be a the thousands of industrial plants the scene! as he was going her week's vacation. She at- and Mrs Obey Moody and Mr I. lit heaveiiH, \
al I real alarm If the owner throughout the country that have home. He took the gun and tended the wedding of her cousin. and Mrs. Joe l Koisyihe of LakeButler. I began a simple prayer: B

Jeasonable precautions. complete medical programs, every killed the snake with one shot Eva Mae Murry to Billy Dowling, Oh, Father, 1 thank Thee for "NEW LIFE" !I

add ire often compensates for employee is thoroughly examined The rattler uncoiled and lay both of St. Augustine while in Mrs Frank, Merrill visited In everything.
+eh straightened out to the length of that city. She visited all the Jacksonville hUll week. I If It be Thy will, forgive me of for Spring

odd 6 feet. He had 13 rattles points of interest there and then Mr und Mis, 1'':. A. Sapp ando my sins
Try Our Warm Weather Special I LetOle said that when he approached visited relatives In the other tw family met Mrs. DI'ynnVestt'I' of: So I that I can start nil over tomorrow Oxfords f.

usi the old fellow was at places. Largo i In Starke Sunday Mrs I I
0 COLD PLATE LUNCH'S his usual art of charming birds. COOL NEWS I Wester wag enroute to Halllm' 'e I With a new vktory to win. Get Out Those" Old spring

Las; Three birds were! fast becoming Primary Room to Join her husband, who In employed ,: I want to thank Thee for everything SlipM| >rs. We'll Make Them .
hypnotized under that In defense work there, )Do For Another Season.!' I'
I and all
'S TREAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD: TO MISS rattle, rattle." Jack Hodge has a pet that none o
, down They "rattle'l I here wants*an alligator, 2 Mm. Wester- was visiting her If It were not for Thee, I would
to him chirping, uncle Jack Farley, who lives In fall. I
1-2 Jack
feet that his
' off long. nays The Electric Shoe .
1 a little
distance I "
only to I'e- Staike. She will be remembered, V'_
tui'n'-seemingly helpless. daddy caught him with a regular as Miss| Era CrewlI, f-
0r had Leslie 'gator hook' fixed on the end STENOC.K,\IUIKKS NOT: Shop
$ K & M CAFECorner all his B B. Shots Delma Souiherland has
. the snake at of a long pole. John Hodge knew accept r.\I>S- lie each IIRAIiPOUU p OpH.lte| Park 'I'h..a'
but ,
they didn't ed n In
seem position a warehouse at
to faze him. where! the gator stayed and captured +i COUNTY TKLKGRAI'll.

d, of Walnut and MadisonCOMFORTABLE him. Jack says that he Camp Iltunding. ... ._ t ;
Fet'nle .. --. .. -
1 Moody had a lather -------- - - ---
ex i feeds his hew pet' the scraps fiom t tI
obiord citing time Sunday too He and the table and he relishes them '
"n Mrs.into the Moody home had recently moved I Tom and Rubena Kerce ought I'I Prompt Service Careful Drivers | ; I II

Gibson of MI's, Minnie I two pretty potted plants. Mon USED: TIKES,, (\\K 11 A V.: !
.FE! FAST! in order to be handier- day. Now all of our windows YOUR SIZE), GENER.\TORS. I '

transportation to and from "Camp I have a potted plant each. AUTO GLASS" CASH I-OK j
Blanding where Mrs. Moody 1 is CARS ANI) TRICKS: IN ANY I I Starke Taxi Service I
employed, and Mr. Moody expects' Fifth. SUth. Seventh and KlglilhWe : CONDITION. r'
lit to go soon. There was a crowd I regret to lose Opal and I Ii

standing In the yard when Felt n Grady Smith from the 5th and Used Autos $2:J up I I Phone 150 t :

RIDE THE BUSSES Moody, little son of Mr. and Mis. 7th grades, respectively, but we ; I

Joe Moody,\ gave a blood-curdling know they will be happier nowy HASKINSAUTO i 1, '{

Courteous, Correct Information yell. Ferrite grabbed a hoe to tr since they have'a new mamma PARTS Day Night ','
to stop the "monster" who had and a new home! ;1 They will live ,

Given You At decided to leave the cool shad and attend school In Lake Butler. :, North of Town' on Road IS I .. .... .... I ,
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under the house and go to the Tests are over for the flintj ____ __ _n u ___ ___. 3
UNION BUS STATION pump. Here, at the first whack! j I I month and we feel better.I'SKFUL '
Mr. Moody met with fierce I
slstance. The snake coiled qulckland I I RKCM:11'Lel: PII'ULETJU t : ff I! :ITLJ i

his aggiesaor.jumped aiming Ferule directly at I' Because of lack of sufficient I ..' ; :i; "

[SINCLAIR PRODUCTS he that resumed got this busy.got their his When"as"dander the up"ciowd and ]'I gressman supplementary In our school Lex, Green we reading wrote for free material to Con bulletins 'I' THIS IS WHAT WE'RE. FIGHTING FOR! -;s *.

Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels and feelings,you they were"positions meiin- and pamphlets on various H
und lillo" -flrtr/iaJlJ @II'JI f ftprllt
ured him to be 3 1-2 feet and he agricultural, geographical {Ire ol/o" ..Ja.
[ WHEN YOU ,NEED FUELS FOR ilEA TINGGIVe had 11 rattles. other necessary subjects. This he

US A RING WE DELIVERH. Last Friday George sent very promptly and we lire .
ut Tetstone glad to ray that many extra ones
was going home in his car and were Included. We needed a readIng -
i ran over a big rattler lying I In table very much for these

E. TUCKER, Agent the graded road, but did not hurt several hundred pamphlets, so we j \

For Sinclair Refining Co. him.fight, The and snake Mr. Tetstone coiled up decided for a : over took an a old discarded door .and table.placed This!it I t." ..' .

Phone 158 Starke, Fla. he had better get a long pole. serves the purpose very' well. The precious privileges we cherishin I
George Was the winner and his For the reading table seat America have not been easily won. art S aft'' '

victim measured 9 1.2 feet with we resurrected an ole' time recitation Yet today we take them for granted r
I l'' rattles. bench that our papas and casual inheritor of a vigorous creed s :

towers of Truth This is dog days sod makes mamas used when they attendedthe formulated by men such a* Samuel 'ty iJ f

d.La seem to be blind and mad. Long Bridge School,. and the Adams whoin1776deftneddemocracy. sti I
old New River School when it in these words. True-we as Individ*
Mrs. Ramie Johns of Jacksonville was located over by the Baptist uals, through our own democratic
Finnish Tagalog. Dutch, Spanish- in more than a was visiting her mother
a programs Church-years, and years ago! means, are the guardians of our own
tongues go out from the towers of General Electric stations '
Mrs. Belle Johns, this week.
EA and Yes, it reels and rocks with an liberties.
WOEO. Schenectady and KOSI San Francisco.IJLL1.
Mrs. Johnnie I Douglas of
easy groan, everytime we shift What chance hn the individual In
Brooker was visiting Mrs. Roy our position-which I is oftenbutwe Germany to express himself and his
Tomlinson one day this week.
determined to make the
t are wishes Oil July 14. I9J3. a law was"
Mr. and Mi%. Smith Johns and
best of our limited furnishing'
family enjoyed the day Sunday at. Many t h. a n ks, Congressman OMIT POLITICAl PARTY, THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST

Swift Creek Church (Big August Green, for your splendid coopera GERMAN WORKER PARTI". Recognize the )

\ ,, ). tion. We may take you at your name? at'.U-allrJaht-the!
M.. and Mrs. Geo. Tetstone word, and call on you again. We Nazis I : I
and family enjoyed looking over are enjoying theMe booklets more ,y f I' i
Camp Blanding Sunday.Mr. and' more every day. Liberty )n Germany r '

CeCd and Mrs. James Shepard t No wood1,Then of good will, flock f
had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. We have several 'doubles In our to the banner_> of the United Nations. ka, '

.,S Shepard's brother-in-law and sister school: And when.you return to the tran I
oaaeoV Mr. and Mrs. Tom High. .George Johns'"+ George (Bud) 'quilt''ot/r ow/vneighborhood

tower of- Lake Butler and Mrs. Johnson. be sternTylomciAut.;; 4f that happy
Mattie Hutchinson of Starke. One -Andrews? Gene South. I privilege marraVa dying'to sustain for nsr

ey on provide for authentic war in. J. have special antennas Miss Ida Merritt has returned ,eriand.; ::' Rait a toast hem-pledle ,

j :the globe new,-etarved peoples "pointed" at Australia. South from Dukes where she was nurs- ;Joe ;,! making
entertainment for America. China. Europe-
rces.broad.Theeo-Eahort. reception there almost as strong as ln.. / .Johnnie."Lazenby' -'' Johnnie. ; jour toast the friendly toast, smooth<< ,
Iit rations Butler filled Crewt. < *: n: ".
from local stations. The Rev. C. C. 1' golden-mellow JAX Beer I f I II
his regular appointment Sundayat Bobby c-e.t) ,; i Bobby,Owens. 'I ,

the Long Bridge Christian ',Pete Sapp:'.. "_Sh jnjan (Pete)

i,. Church. Crosby.: "i' ; .:% -"'' *'' s ;.l.i

Ii Janice Merritt is enjoying a : Junior Sout.berl&l1iSJunIor:
,teusf brief visit In Jacksonville with Thomas JunIo->iGlbson.

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Cecil Kerc'iCecll' : Gibson.
6 Mrs. J. P. Hammock. Please be Patient !
Junior Johns and his "Lady J
T. Sheppard heard from } you're' unable to get JAX '' )
attended church at Swift
her son, Edwin, who Is a radioman Beer from your favorite dealer,
Creek Sunday. Canal iyy remember we're doing our very
: In the Panama Zone, ,
t:1# before he Is placed in a Job. He this week. It took the letter three best to keep our regular dealers i
z Is a'l I s o examined periodically days to come via air mall and supplied. One way to help .
of the
assure 'ouuhare
thereafter as an added precau. .cost 15c. Here Is. some news of
Drink of Friendship I.I' Is
Interest to all of us that he
:?:rovided the only are regular tion.Thus of and wrote I"Two toaskfathcJAXJUMBO,
U.S.pro. 4. Some announcers millions men r full 32-ounce It's
a quart
3 tw", reached Bataan. People O-E production employees working'nd'nV women today are protected of us had yesterday off
the convenient patriotic
? ;? -*their lives to on war work. They tell people io undertaking task that and war went to Panama City on ,i
homUllled letters lands that America is ,. way to buy beer I IJtx '
of release. lay they their native might be too much for them and the Pacific side >of the Canal 3
determined on victory. 1 /
Zone. When first arrived IIt's !
G eventually put them on lick
n.ral Electric belie,.. that its first duty as a tta Brewing Company eJAlkteelille !
good citizen I. to b good soldier. list.U
to be fiends
we all made a practice of common seam \

.C.-J.-o/Er tine Company SehmctaJy N. Y. _,,.lit having a regular medical check thrifty. If yen save you are

-: :7: jw s ,"' n "t. Y : '- -t" wXNWOfmsMCRUK:-;' ,"'" up, as do Industrial employees today t thrifty. War Brads help you _ I
t and help' save
we also could help protect save
; $ ourselves against many humanills America. Bay your ten percent

-... im&t .... ; J like heart disease. every Fay 4ay.
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t 1I SOCIETY and CLUBS Tuesday G. A. Members EveningThe Met the three-mile a friend stretch.came along Fortunately and wore help make their prettiest that allimportant"first" 'formals to terelUlIg HYmn'and'PraI8e well-,' :!.

picked me up. 12- Impression Alice St. "- Iii,p
afternoon a
Then Thursday
O. A. meeting was openedIn fair John in an eye-catch red an' "Praise' .
4' to our
Y. W. A. Meeting Miss Kitty Hogsed Benefit Bridge PartyIs the annex of the Baptist city year-old on his boy way came to Jacksonville white print cotton Nora Anderson "Praising.Mn Le""",
afternoon by the 14!
Held In Pastorium Becomes Bride Successful Event Church Tuesday "Jesus callswe' to be x-rayed for T. B. the next (So. Bell blonde) positively Simeon D. T
of the hymn
t Of Dameron Black Jr singing day. He thought h.e would spend stunnln' In black taffeta Philllpt
of led "Praising
The Junior Woman's Club Mrs. W. J. Epperson hs
.p The Y. W. A. of the Baptist the night with an aunt who lives Stu41t1
;' Starke held a vel' y successful the group in prayer. The 103rd Nina Bishop in the palest of pinks Jesse Newsome.
W. B. Parka an- town and as
the Dr. and Mrs. out
IA Church at pastorlum three miles
r mgt Mrs. A. E. Grace Dew lookin'
Benefit Bridge Party In the Psalm was lead by : u adorable Praising its
v"& t Monday night at 8 o'clock. nounce the marriage of Mrs. Woman's Club Building Wednes- Lightfoot. An interesting "Guess' he couldn't get a bus, he asked with that lovely dark hair plied Mrs, Frances New 8Ij,
j Fannie Silcox led the meeting, Park's daughter Kitty Everett day night at 8:00: O'clock. The who" program was greatly en- the taxi.lady He at was the told station it would cost a high Gayle an' Virginia Sew-i "At'atl Ye Moyer

i : and the group was led In prayer Hogsed. to Dameron Black, Jr., club rooms were decorated with joyed, the answers being the him 75c, but when he came to the ell very Southern Belllsh In their LaW/.fon. / the 4a
+ Mrs. Dameron zinnias and was of missionaries.! Sen- cotton numbers Irene
;? by Caudle Hazen. Mrs. A E. son of Mr. and baskets of punch name great end of the ride the driver said Mat "DoxOlogy'
fi Black of Atlanta, Ga., on Satur- served during the evening froma tence prayers were said by the thews. Frances Peek an' Mar. CoegnQy,
V beautiful inspirational 11.00 Now If I just had
Lightfoot read a pleaae. I'l'ayel'Mrs.
day evening, August 22, in the table in the sun parlor. group, and the collection wan guerlte Deyorio served as USO Lightgt
,, poem, ""The Woman I Riverside Christian church In After three progressions of taken. i that ox cart, I could have done a hostess! for the event ., Hear During the bll8lnllt
h that It ishigh
deed for child
r Build." Jackuonvllle.. The impressive ring bridge, the scores were totaled The following were present; for the girls really went for those Was voted to change

31 j The offering totaled $1.29. ceremony was performed by the and the high prizes of Defense Josie Skipper, Evelyn' Newsome, other time we to were ride than looking in an Maryland an' Virginia accents, the business and tbt'.

b tt Light refreshment* were servedat Rev James Barbee In the pres- Stamps were awarded to Mrs. J. I Lola Newsome, Seletta Sparks automobile ways, and who can blame them '. to the first Mundy b
ence of a few intimate friends. W. Brownlee and John Chalker Mrs. W. J. Epperson, young peo- Even a Brooklyn brogue' can month, the Circle. 7
the close of the meeting to The tasteful decorations) for the Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. B. A. Pope ple's director. Mrs. A. E. Light. 'Then, too, Carolyn, perhaps sound divine if the moon !Is jus' third Monday s

those presnt. Mrs.: A. E. Light- church were of white gladiolia&alnst and Mrs. J. M. Darby, making foot .and one.,visitor. A social you can explain this gas and right an' the "sweet nothings". are .Minutes of the .

1 foot Caudle Hazen; Irene Hazen a background of palms' second high, were also given Defense hour was enjoyed after the meet- sugar rationing I see cars of sweet enough Says your (I were read and lap
s Alice June Harding, Alice Peterson -I. and ferns. Stamps. Ing. working men trying to get to should know. ) urer' report for IppfOYtt
..r:: !, Silcox, camp night and morning with were lone t
Georgia Ollpln, Ruby Hrs..Black was graduated from Miss Evelyn Stump was Chairman i Carolyn. read and a
; Fannie. Silcox, Sara Bare foot, the Bradford County High School' of the affair and reports that' Spaghetti SupperMr. Just an A stamp on the wind In fehd
Dorothy Alvarez and Freddie I Florida State shield, then see another car withan responseMrs. to 101Jci
4. and attended the approximately $13 was cleared. Royal Service Program was
i and Mrs. Frank E. Wilson moved and
A and B and the
; 'r Wimberly, visitor Tallahassee tams
a for Women at
College '
li $4,00 In
hosts' Thursday night of 'town Enjoyed W. M. S. cash
'Y loo Duke For several were : works and lives in As for By and one! I
America and
God needs
young Hamburger Fry Enjoyed soap
last week at a spaghetti supperat I coupons to
sugar rationing-one lady therein the Ba
women who are true Christians, years she was a member of thefl&culty The phanage
their Kingsley Lake home the regular Royal Service pro at Arcadia
( 4 loyal, ministering to other's needs of Bradford High School. Stephen St. John was host 1: at rationing building was and
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe heard to that she had 100 gram business meeting of Lightfoot
l s s+1 and who are the very best citizens. She is at present In the Com- a hamburger fry Thursday even- say nllD/4
the W. ,
J. Baptist M. S
Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan of in her house was held In lowing a, a
.d 4) Girls, you who are between mercial Department of Southern ing of last week, at the home of pounds .sugar cOlllll1ltltJ :
the Church mate
Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Cad Knight, Monday afternoon, W M,
and I she for S,
} suppose signed
the ages of 16 through 25, we Bell Telephone Company in Jack- his parents Mr and Mrs. V. S. up officers '
k Mrs. Myra Peek, Mr. and Mrs. more. Another lady told the August with 19 members and year 1943: Mr. *
sonville. 1.
to and be with St. John.
urge you come us,
Joe Wilson.Labor board one visitor' present. Chairman, Mrs.
she had
two' 'on L\\
fir to study and work with us. Mr. BlacK is a graduate of the The young people had a merry pounds '
and !.Irf',
hand and was told she couldn'tuse Mrs A., E. Lightfoot, FlrK H. L. Houji'All
University of Georgia, In, Athens, time playing games and frying Day Dance
the No.. 1 stamp.I Vice-president, presided In the bills I
Married In Lake Duller from which he received an A. B. hamburgers on the outdoor fire were pali&! lid
degree; and he also was grad- place. Miss: Alice St. John assisted The Junior Woman's Club of can't understand all this, but absence of acting President, Mrs. vote! to Mid liofltoil I

i Murry Grady, Camp Blanding, uated from Emory University in the young host I n looking Starke will sponsor a Labor Day I do know that while the selfish I H. L. Brownlee. garet Fund, which Is :

and Miss Bettle Law, Starke, Atlanta, Ga., with a degree of after the pleasure of his guests. Dance on Sectember 7th at the ones might fool the rationing The program was directed by aid in the edUcation,},
,y tl August 12. L L. D. He is a member of the Those enjoying this Informal Woman's Club Building at 9:00: board and get more gas and sugar Circle 3, Mrs. H. A. Lawson, program of missionaries

party with the host were: Mar- o'clock. Music will be furnishedby than they" are entitled to, we can chairman In charge. The Offering was $2 63,.

-- -,------ ----_._----- o jorie Sue Middleton, Anice Green, Angus Merritt and admission never hope to win this war if subject for discussion wan our Benediction Mn,R.A..
Betty Turner, Wanda Pearce, ls 50c stag and 73c: per couple. we don't all pull together and Training School, Mrs. Lawson --

THELMA'S PLACE Richard Ray, Leo Cooper, and The public Is cordially invited. try self-denial for awhile. reading Ezra 6: 116. Prayer was MANUSCRIPT nil\
Raymond Hall. Sincerely, offered by Mrs. W. J. Epperson. 1er 100-BRADFORD
Cemetery WorkingThere -Mrs. R. A. Nettles.Gllmpxed The following program was in- rELEGRA.ni. t
DANCING EACH EVENINGTill Alpha Tau Omega social frater- -

nity and the Phi Delta Phi legal will be a cemetery work- ZZg2525.. 525SZ4 5..!
12 O'clock energetic
fraternity.Mr. Ing at McKinney Cemetery, near
ti BEER ON TAP Black Is In the U. S. Army New River, on Friday, Sept. 4. clergymen Charlie Allen an'Fred
and at present la stationed at Everyone urged to come.J. Yerkes fulfilling a two-fold Many Yearn Experience Makes! It PoHnlhle for Wet I
CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD Camp Blandlng. L. Wynn. purpose, escortln the Boy Scouts EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SER\lt1
around In a (pardon the expression -
EVERYBODY WELCOME a ) dump truck Collectln'

scrap iron was the principal object DeWITT C. JONES
2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. : but a little fun was sandwiched Starke, FloridaIINNIIIp6YIleuWIlU1"WWIIUy1W

Operated liy Mr. and AIrs R. F. Lightsey and Son r Carolyn Callstreet I in when the group rambled

-------0 ; off for a dip in the pond ,,' ,
+--------.-.- -.- ----------(0 Conservation Tip: Don't ride the yy
new road to the lake under the
The butcher, the baker, the bought one :of the things I illusion that ';
you're savin' mileage Dpi!. %J J1JD1SI /
$XO REWARD candlestick maker wouldn't be able to write a It's seven-tenths of a .
: If Are happy an a pup. check) .. Della Hoover vainly mile longer (to the residential

6 6. They're buck In the clover, search In' Call St. groceries for a aide) say those who've clocked It..

maneuver* are over duck to grace her Sunday dinner Pitt Tomlinson (ex-Starke S3HDX AV 3NIJ!
and no questions asked for the return of a And Itlandlng I 111I filling upZ! table, but no soap Or ratherno lte) has closed his dental officesin

650 to 700 foot reel of 16mm kodachrome color duck Those three pals- Lake Wales to become a Captain -

movie film either lost or stolen from a Dodge Yew, folks They're withus Dot. Eloise and Pat-starin' up in the Ahmy Hear Morgan r
again Some of the old at the moon eclipse Tuesday night, Darby astonished I lAIa
truck the guestsat /'Jamaf
travelling from Camp Blanding to faces, an' scads an' scads of new an' Frank Landrum wonderln' a Kingsley Lake spaghetti

Starke' between 8:45: and 9:00: Wednesday ones Even a sprlnklln' of what they were lookln' at per tother night ...tUn' nonchalantly saga-

night, '''August 19. Film was contained in a Virginians, and how delightful it Probably thought they'd spotted on the dock an' pullln' in

metal can about an inch high and 12 inches and Is to mouse hear them In that pronounce indescribable house a of Jap the bomber completely. .done-over Swanky front Park 10 or 12 nice little trout with nsuuauhiroumnamtaivxsmaiacyawuimnmmnnwniiMnmaiisim"" _"" "_ "' ''' "' '"r"nrimi" i i innm', '," ..,." ,. a w
I merrymakers splashln' in the
wide. way of theirs that would make Cafe .
:' Emmett Perryman home water all around him! Somebody .
1 Mr. Webster tear his hair, but Is' from Annapolis an' lookln' like* a t tr
else told this-
l PETER SCH ALL t. sweet muil! to these jaded ears million >dollars In that spotless story-not
BOX 501, OCALA, FLORIDA Morgan-so 'It'. probably' true
.. Camp Blanding Is turnin out white uniform Bet bill laun- p' :
Telephone collect to 538-Red, Ocala to be a valuable course in that dry bill is terrific .
r most fapclnatln! of all subjects-- t / fj$
Jr. Woman's Club benefit
--- ., --- ----- humanity Sit right at home, Theodore Goodge writes from Wednesday night was as successful bridge- :::f
I we can, and watch the world (at Fort Myers and wants his address
as a grand slam in
least a good part of the United passed along to friends I The surprise cool spades
States) pass by, Instead of having Here 'tis: 665th: Q M. Co (M. M.) spell made OUR STORE IS PACKED WITH
.4". CU4 i jiutf of n to chase all over the country to : (A. V. N.), 317th Service Group I duds everyone an' Della get out those darker GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL OC-
Rosenberg In black
get the same effect ; Army Air Base, Ft. Myers, Fla. and Marguerite CASIONS.

lJ P t. I Drop him a Une sometime If blue looked particularly Deyorlo lovely In deep. WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP

t See by the dally press Chat Bob- you can get all that on a post- See Miss Murphy (Leila's window THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT

We suggest the exclusIver ble Conoly (ex-Starkelte) will become card! Hear Bobby Biggs mannlklri) becomingly dressed WRAPPING READY TO MAIL\
the bride of Dr Eugene D. will soon arise to the tune of a
these I IN
in IF
days we attractive uni IT IS FOR SOMEONE
Thermique jterless method Simmons 16 bugle instead of an alarm clock- '
on Sept. In Jax'ville form of
a civilian
Bobble enlivened a at Gordon Military Academy gal
available to you In our shop. many The Sewell Incidentally, Leila's expanded FOR YOU
dance here in the pre.Blanding family reports bumpin'Into dress
You will l be delighted with the era and I'll bet she's still as full Mrs. L. A. Davis an' Fred :make' shop an' new beauty salon

JostlnQQU Jtalustreand of pep and personality as ever (Rev) Yerkes'durtn' their recent on our an interestin' place to visit ,WE "ALSO CARRY A FINE LIKE
beeuty.1iIflIQU Hear LU stay In N.; C. Seems not-sa-frequent trips to
Sternberg can't quite Marjorie I town Hear Clara Mae Knight OF GREETING: CARDSaCj'
decide Davis is quit( distressed
where to
spend that much- over her : an' Mrs. 3. F.
1' deserved vacation she has comln' small pox vaccination sore .., Colley are gettuVeverything

[ up .'. Anybody got a-good\ suggestion Thinks she's. "ftwrtTnt'-away; 'but I the "mountings'ready. for. a trip, to.. .
? See! Bryan HarrellJr. think she'll'We'* '. It's'been : :

( .) experlmentln' with a strange done before, you know USO Dance :e. n fel''jTH
SattUtay honoring
growth that has tame' slight resemblance Starke steps"up another notch on night, -
Sta/L'r&ciulfJ Sr to a moustache ". the ladder of Army prestige: It's the the new division, attracted
largest crowd in
ppe Wonder how long it took to reach MAJOR Dwelt W. 'Griffin now! an' recent weeks, a DRUG STORE
gave promise of 4
an Interestin'
: : that stage? Add comic strip Congratulations! : ; Quitean social
i Stark 1 Florida honor at season this fall Girls
any'time but
blunders: The author- 0: >Dlck especially -

,. .. Tracy picture his hero as aeelng for one :,of his tender years '

and smelling carbon monoxide, an .i. 1 VIn .

invisible and odorless gas! v .
'The ,taU.Bac "
u ,. ,
Spotted ajt'.Jotfed't Edna' Man Dear Carolyn? '

ama admlrin' a new Bulova watch When you go to buy the ox ., Leila's Beauty Salon
birthday gift from An .' cart you 'mentioned last week, ,

Aunt Vida Morgan .an' Dorothy please see If you can locate .another .
.q Clalr Klckllter enjoyln' a swelle- one for me. We really need -' r

gant joke toðer-to Judge from it now with an this gas and sugar .. andrla
their alde-.pU Un' laughter .. ; rationing going on. Last "' '. ,
week I <'-' t" 3 ? :
STARKE FLA S. .Sparks' wrltln' a check with wanted somtftMugai for canning ,* .. ii'i:: < : his new Parker Bl If'ICharley :
pen ( and thought I could get to.t town DressShop* .
., .
... In Just a few minutes on a bus, ... ;.' ::1. ,

WEEK: BKORSTNING: SUNDAY, AUGUST 30 but 10. I waited two hours 'and \ V. .

no bus yet, so I started S '
Sun., Mon., Tuea.-Aujr 30, 31, Sept 1 s .. walking ... \. ;, r : .. now"-. .' e

'"To The 'Shores Of Tripoli"Jno. .. ._ "
Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Randolph Scott '.- : .. ENLARGED AND. ..EQUIPPED,

Wed., Thurs., -Sept. 2, 3-DOUBLE FEATURE!

No., 1-"Rings On Her Fingers"With (f .:' MANY PATRONS

Henry Fonda and Gene Tierney .. ,

_: f < No. ,
.' 2Top Sergeant" "
With Leo Carrillo and Andy Devine r-

t .
I __J ; Frt.,' Sat.-Sept.! 4, DOUBLE FEATURE .

*. ... ."," ..COMEJN'TO SEE : FASHIONS
No. "Power ; THE NEW
Town" '" 'aLo1lt "
to idoMI.Iusurnc 'l.J
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SI With Victor McLaglen i .J'
and June .
t IN

!aa; I No. 2-"The. Silver Bullet" *' ,BOTH COIFFURES' AND, CLOTHESWE
With .
i Fuzzy Knight and Jennifer Holt ,

'r.a Pals of the WestMIDNIGHT E. Johns All Work! Guaranteed. ,

I Agency Only The Highest Quality .

SHOW, SAT.. SEPT. 5, 11:30 P. M. STARKE, FLORIDA Leather Used

"The ,Man 'Who Wouldn't Il. East Call Street SPECIALIZE IN FEATHER BOBS
Die" Telephone ..... 6 6
f With Lloyd 'Nolan and Marjorie Weaver


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t8, 1943! I'
BITS of LOCAL Mrs. WUIard! Wynn has returned --
. NEWS I home from a two-week's visit In I LAWTEYBy SUNNY BROOK FARMBy T. Crosby Sunday.Mr .

Miami'with her sisters Mrs. Eva K. R. Carrndlne l !Mica Araula Crosby and Mrs.. Frank Thomas ,
Padgett and Mrs. Mable Padgett. spent the week-end In Polk City
and son Tom Lt. and Mrs William H. Thomson Mrs. Mrs. Agnes Knowles, of Green
Long F.
T and little Miss Hazel Packham of The- REUNION with friends and relatives.
L here.visitingFort Jr., are now stationed at granddaughter, Cornelia Carroll ressa haa Just returned from Pa- What was Intended to be a Cove Springs, was visiting Mrs.
Lined' Tuson, Arizona. Mrs. Thomsonwas went to Jacksonville Monday. latka where stoe visited her family reunion was Incomplete because Arie Brown and family, Sunday. William Woods of Jacksonville
e'T.with Major Long formerly Miss Marjorie While in the city Mrs. Long brother. William Packham and of the Carolina trip of Miss Mr and if'e. W. R. Hftialop Is upending this week here with

V ood, who is In the post- .Stump. visited her son-in-law and daughter. family. Jewell Reddish A gathering of and son, Fred Mrs Inca Kelly, his. sister and brother-in-law. Mr.

irtment of the army. re- Mrs. E. S. Matthews who has Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Charles the Reddish family and their "In- Mrs W C Ward, and Mica and Mrs. H. B. Kelly

me Saturday from ma- been visiting her son-in-law and Mrs.. L. C. Ray of Lakeland is of P. S. Stores, will Partner the, laws" was enjoyed at the residence Myrtle Dobbs of the State Farm Donald DrUgers of Lake Butler ,

n North Carolina. daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. visiting her sisters-in-law Mrs.J. residence of Major and occupy Mrs. T. T. of J. M. Reddish Sunday In -were visiting relatives In Max- la spending this week with
L Ie sue Middleton, whot Mcljendon: in Orlando la expectedto W White and Misses Olive and Long after September 1. Mr. and honor of the birthdays of Gladys vllle and Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. his brother-in-law and sister Mr.

t the past three month return home today.L. Amelia Ray. I Mrs D. W. McClellan who have (Mrs Vernon R. Rowe, Jackson. and Mrs. J. R, Kelly and and Mrs. J, R. Kelly.
her grandparents, Dr. A. Davis left for Mrs S. S. Dowllng had as din.. been villa) and Elvalee (Mrs Al Man- children spent Sunday In Lake .. .. ..
h Monday living there fore several
W B. Mlddleton. will N. ner guests last Sunday: Mr. and a sa, Starke). A delightful din Puller with the later' parents,
Asheville C., where he joined 'months", are moving to Clarksvllle
; ,
Mrs. James and Mrs. A. 1. Driggers. We Can neap All .Populai
Godbold of Jacksonville ner was served and (i'cat) Mar
his wife who has
been Tenn.
there for where Wolfe-McLeod
JacksonMiddleton several weeks. Miss Miriam Stroman of lon Reddish took up a collection Mrs. Raiford Brown. has returned Size Tires From 600-16 to 4
Tallahassee and Wilson Lee of :' company- has transferred from the entire gathering of relatives to her home In Plant City 825-20 Inclusive ;
with rtla- Mr. and Mrs. C A Knight Mr. Camp Blandlng. Mr.< McClellan.Mrs. .- to after spending the week-end here ...
Jacksonville When Mr and defray the cost of the HrlHK I' \ Tire OrtlflmlB
H and Mrs. W B. Sewell and E. P. Cain with relatives i
while there attended daugh- Mrs. Godbold returned to Jackson- Sunday dinner: A good time was had by ) HAROLD HARDEN '
d -Windham marriage. ter Miss Gayle Sewell, were visitors ville they were accompanied by afternoon for Quincy III., where all especially' by Pest Mr. and Mr* H. B. Kelly and Thlnl A llrM Ml.*. ;

Iing 0118 Duncan of Lake Butre In Jacksonville Monday Mrs. Dowling who spent the past she will upend two weeks visiting Mrs. Joe Brown Thurs- son, Vincent spent the weekend Palatka Jo Ia.. Phone 91 S* +\
the home of her Mr.1- and Mrs. Charles Beaeley week in the city. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. spent In Jacksonville with relatives.
daughter.ln-law.at Mr. and and two daughters of Lake Alfred Mr. and Mrs. V., S. St. John W. B. Jackson. Her husband recently day of last week shopping in Mr and Mrs. Marlon Reddish 6 .. .

are guests' of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. have received word from their left for Chester, Pa., where Jacksonville. of Lawtey Mr. and Mr. Jimmy t
a. Duncan. v he has been employed In a Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Balks of Rowe of Jacksonville and Mrs.
Beautiful Beasley. son Edwin H. St. John, that he ship-
ruI Cleaning. building plant, West Palm Beach spent Saturdayand Al Manaxsa of Starke din-
has were r
entered the U.
Miss Kettle Dowling has S> Navy and
Starke-BlandIn& returned -
the Sunday with Mrs. Mae Wells 'I
M .t ner guests of Mr. and Mrs..
is W. of
l te Park Theatre.Evelyn home after spending three stationed at Newport Conn. A. Cay the Bradford mother of Mrs. Bailes.
|0ppo His wife will remain at Darien, Abstract Co.. has accepted a posi-
Stump returned weeks in Jacksonville with her. Mr. and Mrs.!! Vernon Rowe of
Conn. tion as an auditor in the Finance BIM SCIIKDinUR
Lday from a delightful aunt Mrs. James Godbold. Jacksonville and two young children
Department at Camp Leave Starke
Take old Blandlng,
Jacksonville Beach. Miss Kay Wear who has been your phonograph spent Sunday with the par-
although he still assists in the Northbound Eastbound
records to the Bradford
County ents of Mrs. Rowe Mr. and Mrs
Mae Jones of Jacksonville taking a summer course at North- Telegraph the Eastern \uto Sup- abstract company,',, J. M. Reddish. 3:40 A. M. 3:13: A. )f.

est of her brotherinlawer western University Evanston, 111., ply Co., or the office of the Robert B. Wear, Director of Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Carter. of 0:45: A. M. 7:30: A. M.
E. is the guest of her Mr.
W. parents
Dr. and : P. M. 0:43: : P. M.
Clerk of the Circuit Court toloot USO Club No. 1 (YMCA), left Tallahassee and son, are
and Mrs. Robert B. Wear. young 2:33: P. M. St.
n. themerl.'an Leglun'M driveto Monday afternoon for a week'svacation. here for u wek's stay with Mrs. Augustine
2:43: : P. :M.! 7:20: A. M.
coned 37,500.000 old record With him were' Mrs. Carter's parents, ]\fr, and Mrs.
3:50: P. Srau'berryloson
: M.
6:40 P. M.
for America's Wear; their' daughter Katherine :
fighting men. John P. Wyrick. :Mrs. Carter
: P. M.
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST :Miss Juanita Kalch of Hamp .student In Northwestern Unlver was Miss Hilda Wyrlck. 8:13: : P. M. For Palalka / Cream
ton, spent three- days of last week Blty, Evanston, 111.; and their son, Miss Jewell Reddish has doneIt
11:15: : P. M.Jacksonville. Pies SOc
129 East Call Street with Miss Ruby Silcox of Starke, John, who has been accepted by again. We are advised that
her co-woiker In the office of the Army Air Corps and expectsto another week-end trip to thut Leave Starke ... ,

L. T Dyer, County Agent. Miss be called to service soon. They Carolina Camp where Uncle Sam !Southbound Look Out For
i 9 A. M. to 7 P. lot. Evenings By AppointmentW Kalch's brother. Corporal Olen visited points of Interest In Flor- keeps his handsome nephew, Pvt. 3.33: A. M. 8:23 Westbound: : A. M. Fresh Hot Roll

Kalch from Pine Camp, N. Y., ida. Inman Green was consummated 10:33: A. M. 1:40: P. M.
walt home on furlough and upon Miss Jewell Presnell, asmclate last. week. After leaving Lawteyat 12:40: P. M. 8:53: : P. M. And Other
his return his mother Mrs' L. R. director of USO Club No. 1 midnight Saturday In the company Not to Gainesville 12:40: A. M. Variety Breads:

LONG SINCE YOU'VE HAD AIL Kalch, and his sister, Helen Kalch (YMCA), will leave Sunday fora of Mr. and Mrs Edwin 3:35: : P. M. x:25 J>{: P. :M.

accompanied him as far as Jacksonville week's stay at Sliver Bay, N Green Jewell managed to get in 6:33: : P. M.P:43 ___ ____ S'ABINE'SBAKERY
Y GROUP PORTRAIT TAKEN? where they visited sev- Y., where she wilt attend the National several hours visit with Pvt. : P. M. 8:23: A. M.Not .
I' eral days with another daughter Camp of ther Army and Green and returned here, arrivingat to Ocala 8:23: P. M.
PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR Mi'a. W. F. Steele. Navy Division of the YMCA 1:43: : A. M. Monday. Such late Via Gainesville'

,Circuit Court Clerk 1 A. :3. Mrs. William D. Hazen of Moul- hours for a little girl. What will Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa, 312 W. Call St.
[STUDIO AND WE WILL MAKE ONE 8x10 Thomas was at home 111 the first trie Ga, Is spending two weeks'vacation we not do for love? St. Petersburg'

(GOLD; TONE GROUP PORTRAIT OF 5 PERSONS of the week. with her parents. Mr. The largest rattle make of the 1

OR LESS', CHOICE OF 2 POSES. Misses FJorled Kli11ng wortb. and Mrs. W. L. Silcox. Her husband year wan exhibited here Tuesday W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
Willa K11llng worth and Doris who la stationed at Spence afternoon by Neal Elder. Mr

BON-ART STUDIOS Peterson will return Saturday Field, was here for the weekend.Mrs. Elder and his wife were driving F. II. A. LOANS

from a week's vacation spent at W. W. Williams towardK. Highland when Mrs. Elder We want the listing on '
your property
223 S. Walnut Street Starke, FlaGUY'S Indian Rocks Beach near Clearwater spied the huge snake. A running ,
Sunday from Galllnburg Tenn, battle ensued with Mr, Elder We have atone wonderful properties for sale

Mrs. Kate Killingsworth sustained where relatives.she spent Her six weeks husband visiting Is and hilt rocks.; winning/ by a rat' See us about your Real Estate Needs

a severely sprained ankle stationed at Camp Blanding, and tle. The snake walt five and one 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE> fib
MARKET and shoulder last week in a fall. Mr*. Williams was formerly assistant half feet long and had six rattles
She spent several days in bed,, in the office of USO Club No. and a button. His head was two
Phone 159 '- We Deliver but is now much improved. Inches across A bad customerto
4 (YWCA), and Leader of the
215 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida Miss Sylvia Morse, daughter of Gill Scouts. meet In an alley. 'WHY GO FISHING ? 4
Mr and Mrs.. W, R. Morse left A letter''from 'Gimp Dan liar-
I- GROCERIES MEATS Sunday for Orlando, where she Mr. and Mrs E. Joe Wainwright ley at Randolph Field advises
will enter Orange General Hospital have moved to Key West. that everything is well with him. GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"I I
i Bean Ib Swift' Premium tb for training. Miss Morse were Mr. Wainwright Is employed Dan hopes to complete his instructors I

nd Fresh Coffee 23c Boneless Veal Roast __ 35c was graduated from B. H. S. In by the War Department on air course within a few Fresh Water and Salt Water Fish. Shrimp, etc. I{

the class of 1942. port construction weekti. We wish only the bent Fresh Meats, Live and Drefuted Poultry
: fanatoes \VCHtrrn Chuck Ib Beautiful 'leaning Beautiful Miss Jewell Powell and Elton for Daniel.

lie Roast _________..___ 29c Tailoring at the Starke-Blandlo g Powell daugbter..and son of the Long time no see Fatso. What i j Fruits and Vegetable
Tailors. Opposite Park,Theatre. Rev. G. C. Powell, attended the can be the trouble? He must be I!
1-2 Can-Halves Good Boiling' ibihes I Mrs. Mike Dew received a message Young People's Assembly of the completely broke or h e would NEWSOME'S MARKET' t f

_______ 19c Bacon ______________ 15c a few days ago that her bus Methodist Chu .e.h at ,Florida have been home befoie now. (Fatso
band was seriously 111n/ Costa Southern College, Lakeland, Mon, Is Williams Jennings UUI'eIJI.EVERGREEN ). 1-2 Illock' N. of Union HIM Station on Jax Road

Rica. She attempted t o make day through Friday.

EVERYONE'S GAME plane reservations to go to see Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. nj M..... F. A. Rosier ,-,---.__,_ I. _._ 11 _ ___
CJ1eal him. but was informed that it Jr., and children left Tuesday for 'I
C and see men and would be Impossible for her to Miami after a two weeks' visit Mr. and Mrs. Letuie ,McClellanand WE DO SUPERIOR WORK
i II oymen1 I women Stop enjoying by themselves on secure reservations before September with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. children and Mrs.. Hester Let Us Do Your Dry Cleaning

Having fun 15.Corporal. T. S. Williams Sr; Oliver Aspin- Sapp were visiting relatives in

our Bowling,keeping Alleys in perfect trim, Lynn Crosby, of Pitts- wall, Jr., went home with them Jacksonville. Sunday. I We Call For And Deliver
burg Pa, now stationed at Camp for a brief vlcit. Mrs. Bill Spears and childrenof ,
congenially. Here's how Blanding, spent the week-end Ann and Hairy Kaufman had Raiford are visiting her parents I
a few hours-Bowling on with Mr. and Mrs. Olin White as their guest last week Mrs. Mr. and Mrs W. T, Bran- TWO EXPERT HELPERS>> JUST EMPLOYED:

Alleys! Keep frt as and family. Kaufman's sister, Mis. I. H. nen. I A TAILOR AND A SILK FINISHER

Iwhile together, here-Bowling. D. P. Carpenter is In Riverside Goldman who was, on her way Miss Coy Router was visitingher ,
Hospital. Jacksonville, where he from her vacation In the northto sister Mrs.. Gertrude Crews, .
in went Tuesday for a general check- her home In Miami. at Greenwood Wednesday. of last NEW METHOD CLEANERS

TUB BOWLDROMK! : up.Miss Take your old' phonograph. week. ;Mr. and Mm. Jo. O. Edwards, Ownerssly
BINDING CENTER Georgia Gilpin I is spendinga records to the Bradford CountTelegraph y MUses Papas and Eva Jean Temple' ) Your Patronage !'honeAvenue
few days with Miss Lucile JohnSon ._ Reddish of Greenwood were visit- Appreciated JS3
the : t..rnuto,Supply :
Ing friends here Sunday after
------------- - at
Keystone HeightelMiss Co.. or the office of the .... - -., ,-..---
Marguerite Deyorio and perk of the Circuit Court to noon.Mr.
NAT SEZ: I Miss Frances Peek spent Tuesday hooot the Amertrajt<< .vat....'*driveto and Mrs. Bernard B. Rosier '
afternoon in Jacksonville.B. of Lawtey were visiting Mr. and
load If the collect 87b00POO
Just thinking out : old record Regular Plate
Mrs. J. E. Rosier here
R. Sunday
Witovskl waa painfully I .
butcher make a mistake and for America'. fighting men.
half pound of te.k burned recently while lighting a evening. DINNERS LUNCHES .
&1v.YOl a Staff-Sergeant Russell Teaseand
gas water heater., He turned on Y Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Morgan of
too much or the grocer given you his wife were visiting friends
Glen St. Mary were visiting Mr.
the gas and the first match went '
five pound of sugar when you out. He failed to turn off the In Starke and Camp Blandlng and Mrs. W. H. Morgan here GOOD OLD FASHIONED *
only asked for four you probably last week. Sgt. Tassey was for Sunday. '
gas while striking another match.
would go home and ay: "Weil.. merlystationed at Camp Blair HOME COOKING
When he reached his hand In to
the joke'a on him." ding, and is now at Camp Shelby INOEGEL'S I
light the heater; it was Imed'with ... .. _
shoe salesman make REGISTERED NURSE 0-- u. n -
But if the Miss They liked Starke and
gas and burned his hand and
a mistake aad give you a sev p Camp Blandlng to well that when Available For Private "
leaped out and burned his face
C AFEStarke
when :you wanted a nix, be better and none. he had a furlouginthey! spent It Nursing At All Times
have his exlta all marked here Instead'of
..going to their
Take your old I phonograph; 222 Ave.
plainly 'came hell prtibably nave home In Vermont, Phone 123-W Temple Fin,
T.U .
record to the Bradford County .l '.
to use one iii .> bwr..1'Y Telegraph the Eastern Auto Sup- The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light-

ply Co.. or the office of, the foot have a. their house-guest <00 _,_,_ _,_ .... _._- .. 1 r I .. .. ... _-......-.. 6'y
1erk of the Circuit Court to Mrs Harry House and Harry I
boost the American Voflon'm driveto House III from Brownwood. "'.

collect' S7OOO,000 old record Texas They .are the' wife and NO i j 4 ;, FEATHER BOll

AWAY PLANOn roar America's fighting men. young son of Capt., House formerly APPOINTMENTNECESSARY : 1.. <, ',,, CUT PElCMANENTI
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had stationed at 'Camp Blandlng. .
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I '. Harry III,., was born In ; SPECIAL RE(;. $5.00

J. H. Welles Mr. and Mrs. M. C.Welles. Starke. I S VALUE $3.50
and Mr. and Mrs. TlllmanHutto Mrs. Jean McConnell Larkin j

-all of Jacksonvile.Mr. librarian at Camp Blanding, who tJU pee j
and Mrs. K. G. Duncan lives at the borne of the Rev. and

and little daughter, Margaret Mrs. A. E. UfhUoot. l I. visitingIn j4sft ON' Q.

Rose left Monday by airplane to Chicago this;w ek. Mrs Larkin J ,
IEW FALL COATS Rochester Minn., where Margaret 1.., the daughter of the late ,J '
Rose is under observation at the DC. Llacoln McConnell, noted ,. ', I
Mayo clinic. Baptist u nJste ,"'a n d sister of ; ,
:Mrs. T. N. Kt'ndrick Is spead- ,"Smiling Edd". 'McConnell, of I
Ing this week in Tallahassee: a* radio (Aladdin .p) fame .
(WHICH HAVE NOW ARRIVED) the guest of her son-in-law and Mrs.' Janiea "Lewis>aja and 'Infant Regular. $7.50 Machineless Wave ._ -___ _.._.__ _- $5.00

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Talbert ;Bre ida' 'Ja". r-, -
II Black. turned daughter to tfteir, home. here| Wednesday 'Regular' $5.00 Machinele Wave. t. :: _________ _.;( 3.50.

Make your selection in:' your correct size now. sonville Mrs. H.Mo L.cfay.Hough visited Jack Hospital. front I In Gins the *Alachua"tS :' County '.,..J Regular $5:OO Oil Wave .. ,_ __ -_ __.:.:;, $3.50 ;

Pay a small deposit and ,we will lay it away, ,
ri Oil Croquignole Ringlet '_ __ .,:-_ $2.25 : I
then CAN GET ,
pay some each wee YOU irSAM CMICIfNTAT.

REAL RFL/!f L-'WIt AND OAa01M .. .-. .- I ,,, ,,, f i
Before { .. .TooDI.tNlI5 I
you know it you win have it paid for ... .. ALL WAVES GUARANTEEDJ2aa
to>m' ACID .............,..,.... ,
and the small weekly payments will not be INDIGESTIONBISMAREX, ........_ k r I ,
-' SHOWER-0'ills
.... .5. ........... ..... ..... ..... :
): t ... err sass. ... .... 5'j;
... Satan
,, .raw tr .d+l BE-aut
1.--.. '<....Ie.wow c
--...... a-.r. i\ !} :
noticed.teriiberg's !
Mfr Mw .Ir -.... : .1
ntu" ..... .... A_ ....... :
> tw1MI: ..w.._.. SS.a'c .
I 4a...r. -,. Starke, Florida I II

_ ,Carpenter's_ ,Drug Store =! -I""IS-.. .M55.-Co... .. ... ... ,. .. .. .... ., .. -I. I il ilIUQUST I


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i legal rent be may be evictee and without _y noWlcatiOfl to our questions I a simpler eases. ('

And Answers Area Rent Office : What abut the enforcement provisions which can Cot.RI'.1: :
M'1 Questions 01f'C'e. Jiowever. tile landlord must notify the QUESTON b \
Does the Rent Control Office have "tllll\II'
applied necessary. Powers to
01 his Intent to iotart eviction proceedings for any other re&IIOn. I I Gertrud.

QUESTION: Nothing has been said about services. Suppose some make the red light effective? (RI" WllRm. pon"'

On Rent Control landlord cuts the janitor service In half In an attempt to get around .'NS\\": Yes. there are pnaltf for violating the Regulation.LBflUorIIJI ORDJ 21a' L .

a rent reduction P c be obliged pay te tnt triple damages on :"l vo ",

. i: ; QUESTION: How large an area does Rent Control cover? W'hat ANSWER: J\ decrease! In ,lIervJce Is the .arne as aD Incre&HfJ In illegal rent harg_ Landlords wilfully violatIng may also be known.Fullock Iho.'L1114

. are 80me of Its principal features? rent. Any services provided with a dwelling wilt such aM beat punished by majdmuln fines 01 13.000 0. one year's imprison- September You j'oqUlr.d

ANSWERI J\uUlOl.tty to control renta, Is part of the Emergency light water or services 01 any other kind including 'P&irl' and met, or both. Ample enforcement powers have been given but tOrt lh nil IInlled

;t, Price Conuol Act 01 1942. Tile Galne vUle-8tarke Rent ReCUla- maintenance. that were supplied 011 the legal rent date must be little use of the 10 ant'tp"t. The rent staff just doesn't Ihl Ilalnlft TOI..rIPh.o.kl ..,.

I : Lion Was IH..II. under that law. continued unless' the landlord bas pI'II'II1IfMlol1 from the Bent think In those tr Dwn.t the A"at Rent Office they sues.h. In "PII ,

'irJi: Many other Wire area-... NclLttrred .n over the United States, Director for the decreased IItrvJee realize that cooperation I. the best poselbid ienforceneenta for seat Wit,1.,5 I h'nd fOI

Federal rent eontn About 350! ares, hOusifltj any such program &thill. Give tbe a little pati..ncnd gust H' 11''ark.. .'.
;h.i. are now under QUESTION: Many people rent under a lea8e. Perhaps some of tho tie an 6'h. 1943 .0"'

9'' more than 87,000.000 peopI bave tbQIJ far been named' .s de.j&'j leases call for a rent conSiderably higher thaft the January I, 1941 cooperation. That is nil they uk .HIFAI.Clerk of SltAL ISis... '_ '.1

I iJy: fewerental1r4 rent. What about such cases? "oUI .

QUESTION: How ''much territory Is covered by the GaJnevIUe- ANSWER Regardless 01 what the lease -Y" the tenant 8houid RULED INDEX. CAKDs s' J. N.NOTICIO D. WaInwright OP ELECTION Jr.. Mayor U. TilE Aso

rP j Stance Regulation 1 not pay more than the legal renL Wben'a'1pase expln*, the si per ou of $tarke. Florida In by virtue of the. (BATh.'0('''.'", l'Illt I.I
authority vs.ted
m. by FLORID.
ANSWER1 All 01 AIi&chua, Bradford and tJ.lay'OOIUltJea.. landlord may require the tenant to renew It:, but the rental must hereby cal an election to b.law do EsTAr: ( p. T.

I : QUESTION: Where Is the Rent Control Office for the Gainesvtlle.Starke be at the legal rent IIIId for Dot more tbaa one year. Certain IN roi's'rr.Clnrl.IT FLORIDA'OURT, HntpvOUD IN tHANMlilla .' at town the by the hail qualified In the voter.. Iel"on IECJtAShD 1 1

r' Area located 1AN8""ERlon kind, 01 special 1-. such .. a graduated lonc.term le5 (' Tuesday. September 8, 1942. for APPLICATION ?

I : the II4'JCOnd floor 01 the BaIrd hardware BuildIng and leases Involving acme special relaUoD"hl.- between the landlord DaNh. Pefe"dant.D..h, Plaintiff.ea" v.. America 2014. the .:of .I.otn&the foUow. NOTZC I.CHARGS nl

1-: fa Gabaetvllle. and teat, may be adjusted as to rent. Tenants. or landlords ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND &purrol. have filled hureby PhJ s..
NOTICIO TO APPEAR Admlnluuratrig.
the for the CQntTOI of rent. who have any queries concernIng leases should come to Ald.rm.n M. )4eCcird. 01 Ib
i; ;p; QUESTION: Does Regulation provide STATE OF FLORIDA to: Am..rlcaDaMh. .. ot said election I R. A. DfceU; I,
In the Area? the Area Rent OffJce. whose rsaidenc I. Path N.wsome 5' A. scott J. fled my
for ail properties used for dwelling purpose. Peek t
It 4' r. Fork K.ntucky. and N. L and
unlta'. cODtrolled. QUESTION: Will the Area Rent Office be busy for the ; of t4ept.. A. Ihl on I.
ANSWER: That .Ii oorrect. All "dwelUnc are exceptionally You are required to appear oit testimony whereof I hereunto the I

: s QUESTION: Just what ia meant by "dwelling unit" ? flrlJt few weeks of Rent Control? Septemb'4 7th.. 1942, In the ebove aut'c my an. cause the County Hoflorabi5 Judge 41 .I'
: and wherein ot I
named Court cau.e. ..1 the said town to b. hereunto ot ,
t : : ANSWERs TIle term .. ailed Ia Ita br0ade8t. eose, te Include ANSWER: Yes, they will be swamped with inquiries especially plaintiff seeks dIvorce. Bradford atf.d, this the 6th day of Au.&u.t Report Florida for .pproVlo,

v.; houses, apu1ments and all .lmIIar dwelling properties.It1. In the next few day. TI.t' why everyone should read the l'ounty In Telegraph next four ahaU weekly publish Issues.thl.Ord..r ). 1942.N. D. Walnwrlht' Jr.Kayor.. T.mlnlHlrRtlx Ar. and 01 D

riZ ? QUESTION; What about hotels, rooming and boarding hOuseI!', and news stories and punpl1let. explaIning the workings 01.Federal .. Witness my hand and offIcial. DtTED Eccord this .
r. .al .t Florida August : lilt
;. : rooms In private home.r rent ontroJ. If tenants and 1aacUonl.. talk together In a 3rd..It.rke\ 14.OFFIIAL .' Carl Johns. i A. D., 1942. at Stint' 'qr

.- : .' .-. ANS\VER They.are also controlled. A .upplntal ReJCUla.tJon Irleadly cooperative spirit they'U be able to answer their own ( saId Court.) A. 8-1 3. Thomal H 1-28 city 1.1 6t CI..rk.8-5 (OFFICIAL SEAL) : .dmlnIHlralrJ". VIvian 01 th.. eCi

them and the .. __ ____ .-. t.
has been issued" for same pruwJpirr eralJy


;::4! .QUESTION: But no business properties come within the scope of the -

: Regulation?
:i ': jt.'. ANSWER used for busIneu Dot coemd.ej,1 WRZRA&: 1'11. f.eit.tui. or 1N1! for tbl Investment of sinking funds.iald O b.reafter ownsd or used toe such Piled ID of'c' Secretary OIl State the terrItory'
: Propert.Ips solely are i flOder
the COn.UtI..loa nt 18M. 01 Ibe June .mbll
1..rd m., neC the .Inklnl fun' pu b. tb. S..te 0' 1"I0rld. shah 13 111. said ElectIon .
QUESTION; Suppose a tenant lives on the second floor of a build4 !!Ita" 01 PIOrld. did paa II JOIDC eatS boflda b. vested ID a OommlaMon to be Lu 82 tflClw.ite Pln".D.
RMolu'lona DroDInI IIm"DdmeDtA 10 or special road and bridge known the Game and Fresh Water and depOt I 1>
A JOINT Proposingan .uch
Ing which has a grocery .tore on the ground floor. Does!' the Rent u.. OoIUlSitutlOa 011 tb. St.ta aS rIoIda. ,- Other unit bermnder. to d.trlct o.. FleA Cmm.laB. Such OommiasIOn'halt &mendrnent to Article I. Section 3. CIDCt numbered 0..1.
i.L -: Regulation applyrANSW.IC I end u.. same ears agTeed to DIC matured 01' maturing bonds DartIct.patIng cn.I' n". m.mb.. .. One 01 the ConatItUtiOn 0' the State of IU' the 5 1.t
SOTO of U.r..fIfUul. OIl .u u.. memo herein or .D" n.h..r ocuntI t J' ..n congrtsstOnaI district saCxIstiflS 1"I0rld.. Relative and Apportionment. B.,. .1 8.
4 ; ;: To the .tore no. To the livIng quarters over the bere elected to each bouse. this the Other .o.clai road and brtdge dltncto 011 January I 1941 whO Ih.1 b" t C..DII.Section 3. Another
i .. VoteS nD 1.ld JoinS RHollltlnna Wersentered Other special taxlnA district be appointed b" the Ooyerflnr. ,ub''C't or .Id Article Amelldlnl Designate Distrlots.' O thi oil nm
-, atoH. yell.QUESTION upon tb..11' rnectI.e lol2rnaII O'O"lde that as to .Id matured confirmation b. the Senate n. Broward County ma a Senatorial. DieUjet which Ibal cmDI l.
w. : Then the Regulation calls for a general reduction of WIth tlte ....... .nd naps 'h '''''II. and ..Iu.. thereOf a. .n Invest- members 1 appointed shall annually and desIgnate Calhoun County 1941. .. t. b l ,
F they dId detarmins and dlr"l't thaI Joint ihali b. the orl('. paId theefD select 00. their members .. Cb.lr. and Dull County se a Di.. trlct .mbr.c" Cml
housing renta throughout this Area the _aid Jnln' Rroluttnne, be lubmttted Which shall not exceed the par value man Of the Commission trl S.n."rla 0' the d..II I

_________ ANSWER: Ie calJII, for a freezing or an automatic reduction 01 .... th. elactora' of the St.t. .t plus arcnied lit..'.... and that said 3. n. rlr, uembere o. the Corn- pa. RESOLVTD nY mlRloner MIDU"of 0 l.
the OeDer" Election ID No..mb"r investment .hal b..ar Interest .. the missIon c. appoInted OD Januax r THE STATE 1 LI.8LA'rU old CO.' .
: housing I't"n' to what they were OD Jlapuary I. 1941. Goner- IH3. rate of three ( .r Cent OCT annum 1. 1043 .nd stall ..rv. respectively Thl the OP followIng nORDA In .the ur.pt.fo'Mald'b, trt

ally speaking, II a tenant lives In a dwelling unit that WRIt rented NOW TJn'RIPP'ORB: I. R & IRA? Ic.. n. said Bard .h.n annualil 10 olle. two tll.e. four and fIve Section 3 01 ArtiCle of the t numbered 24 .Dd lok I
.. Cn.Iltuton
Spcretcr! n' State ot the at. of use laid' funds County aC AI the expiration of each nfeuch or the s..te Florida. Eltton Prrlnei 2 .
_ by himself nr any other tenant on January I. 1941. from now on PlOI'ld"" do hereby 1(1... notice that C cOllnt fa. to pa" current olnclpol "rm. a successor Shall b. ap- CSU5US and o Drtlonm..nt ri. east ins pu.l.>
m.turlnll. If an.. 01 said serve for a term 01 five designating Broward B... a "UJo.
,. he will only the January t. 19U rent for that GENERAL ELECTION
_______ pay psrticular bond. Oalne or other fun tat "1.. thirty-ninth 1391 Senatorial District- The County
unit. The tenant does not have to come. to the rent Control .m be held In each. county In I"Iortd. anticipstlon of Such cml.t 3. The members ot the Commission and Calhoun County and Dull County shall b" elected IQ Oumliss,
on Tu"da nut .uccepdlnC the fI.. or special road and bridge dietrict. shall receive no compensation for their as the fortieth 140'' Senatorial District. general eleetion D1'e.
_ Office for approval. lie simply reduces bIn own rent to the Mondas la No..mb..1' A. D 194:1.: the or 0 t h a I IP..cll t 5 S In. .e.lc. luch. but each Comrnis- be and the same I. hereby agreed to. fine for the term ID 112 t.
district .
January I. 1&41 I'f'nt. .Id Tueada5 b,11I1 lb.TUIRD thereof: 1'' satIblIsh receIve his necessary tr..- and shall be submitted U the electorSof which thry 1
r. a sinking funr account to meet clIng 01' other Ihel tie
incurred Chile the State nf Florida ratificationor and i
. QUESTION: Hut what It the present tenant does not know the Jan.uary DAY OW NOVEMBER future ,eq\lr.m..nt IIf said hondA and engaged III the.P"e. 01 his Official rejection at the O..n.ral fo EIectio '.obe be affected their te b', o G
.. .
rOl' the .atlncetlnll 0' u'e gaJioline O'ht' t..1 t. sntIetOStiOOcertificates dutle. but ,uch shall not ex.ceed held on the first after thefiret therpflfter 1"
1. rent? 1-low will he-or the Rent Control Ofllce-flnd out 01' where appears the all.tleloat..d sum ID Tedl' thor still j
M acid Joint nlutlODII propo.I UIamendOent. I a 10.0 any one ,
MoDda. I 19 .
.. tl. IstIIIII1d
Income .n. or Tears DI.trlct
what rents were being charged on' the freezing date? to the OoaultutloD 01 will not eaticI ..h..dul..d.a 'e.r. follows ou'.nr" this I
r tb. 8tat. 01 1"I0rld. .1. o."m..nt 4. among the powers granted to the Section 3. The that shallmeet .
;. i ANS\\'Elt: The Rgulstion cans for a general It.PKlstratlon- : thereon: and-'birdany .1. Legislature olnt" CommlMlnDt
A JO.NT RESOLUTIOn ProlnlaD .nc. .ut n. the ... two CommIgsto Dto b tbls Section shall be la regular session A D. 11125 and his who diiinsted
requiring every landlord to fIll out a .lmple form alllnnJng err- Amendment to Artlcl. IX of the 2c. rents nf said., rates, .h..n. monthly lbs power fix bag lImitS and to fix. those that shall meet every ten yearsthereafter ant elected 1.iSO
CODlltltutloa of lbs 8tmt of Florida during the' open and closed ''. .. OD a statewide. shill apportion the Large .
remitted b" said
_ lain basic lacts about each rental unit l r"pr' E Co
Inducting the rent charged Rel.tlal to Taxation and Plaaac. DI board as : eighty' aTeent regional or local bul. u It m., ''nt.tlon ID the Senate and shall Ood" O"t" "ho a
180"1 .h.1 l
____________ on the IftJflZlng dat&-January 1. 19U. The tenant gets Adding Thereto .a Additional section to the fnlo. Road Deoartment for Und to b. .pproprlat. and t regulate orovtde for forty 140'' Senatorial 015.diets. the l.n".1 .I." 11 si
copy OreatlDI a State Board 01 Admllile. the er.natructIon. 0' .ron.tMrtlon nf the manner and method Inking .lcb DIstriCt. 1 be .. nearly after .hal bn'd' tffi. ,.I
of this Realiltration Statf'ment. IrCtlOfl: : PrscTlbifl5 It. power. and State Roade and bridges within the tranaporting. Storing and UisInt bl'.. -ual copulation practlcablO fOll' .1.. The stem ItCompensation
.. QUESTION: Ian't that a big job? Duties. and ProvidinS for the U.S Ofproceed. count, 0' for the lesee otrchaaoof m.. fur bearing .almal fresh Water but 110 Oount shall be divided In nl orb hrrmissioner.
t fish.
reptile. and .mphlbl.n. The and shall
01 Two C"lIta per O.lIon a. brideenflflectilig highways m.kl' .cb .ppotlonmellt. I his
i. ANSWER: It I-but not for the landlord. Fonns'will be e..Jlyavallab'In the Oa.ohtns n. Oth..r Mow Fuel Tat within the County and ett '20.1 Commission Ih.1 also ban the power each DistrIct shall have one Senator. : time Provided' 0' II.Auproved
. for t II the Payment and Retirement ncr cent tn the foarti 0' Co'nt. om.ml..lo" to acquire ... Ill all Droporty .r"ld d that Brow.d Cn"lIt riot- br the Gonna
.p. _ post offices., banks. real, rotate offices. and 01C'OUI'II8 of All Outetaadjllil BODde Iuu"d B' 01 .rh rVOt'fty for .... On for necessary. useful convenient Ida. shall constitute the nlt"'lIlnth39th. 1941
in tile Rent Control office. They wm require 01 the landlord Any County or Sped.1 Road .ndBrlde -nada end bI"... tbl..ln.Idl the use ot 01 the CommissIon ID lb.exercise SenatorIal' District. and C.I. FileS ID offic Sl d I'
Dt.trlc prior to First Del ofJuly. It powers hereunder. houn County. Florida and Quit Cn'n. 2. 1941.
little more than a tow check-marking. In aproprlate bGxe. A. D 11I31. fo,' Road and Bridge flower to Sid....Board end enforCe shall have In "t.. 3. T. Commission shall appoint ty. Plorld. .h..1. constitute the Pot-

._ QUESTION: And from this Registration Statement which the landlord Purposes.BB Purea.. and for 42), PublIc BigbWay sod IIIRlon. n"C.. to the full. fix a suitable of. _and reon.a' Ole.n. remove. -. tet 1401.. time SenatoriAl tile 'Legislature District' : and shall at A 1ONT RESOLITIOP I Ien

flies, the tenant will be able to find out what!'the rent was on IT RESOLVED BY TH1t LO1SLATURC ,_ .ri.nO 1..la"nn' no".h..n". hereby b. .... '.ant" and such Director .h.1 .'. such .Ie aPportion.. the repentatlt In X 01 Amendment the ConsLltutloi to SectiosIs 111

January', It he doc'' not know? That !: OP THB: STATE 0. "LORWA render this amprdment n' fun '.... by powers the and Commission duties .. In pursuance b. prescribed of !; .han Ho"allow' thre 01 .Reor.entatl.RepremantatieJ- and tiDI 1 Home"d .o I
following I amendmeb InArUcli and
effet and after '
ANS\\'ERI1' .. The Registration Is also our basic file for future 'r1 0,1 lbI (On&iltutlOn I : the '. oo..tln.. 1943 T."01 Levialaturehall It.Director'dlltl"shall.under subject this Section SUCh t curb. .ot nd the two five 121 moat .pp"lo. !0 ndome frm Poml.t. W'I I!
to the "'
State o. approval "
Florida TIII.tlon .
relating to continue the .
_ ftlel'f'n'e. .. said taxesluring of 'the I to Due to .n, Perot tip Hell
_ and Finance by addIng u.ereto .D ,.d.dittoflal the life n' tb'e CommissIon. appoint. fix the each 0' the newt eighteen more
lIp provided 5Sublect
1 QUESTIONS: Exceptions to the general rule-to the January I, 1941 lion 18 0'""Ctlon saId to Article be .nOWD IX as Sec. .the .b..1. nf not enact ,an. Im..n"m..nt.nd h..ln. salaries..Iet.n..n.. and and other u Pleasure employees'emo.who. 000uloua... .tn .cOlntl... the aDd remaining one' R"pr..e.t.tl. cotin.ea u 01 Ool.hm.l.To'l

______________ freeae. wm there be any In this Area rAN Board o. dmlnl.trltlOD CreatlOg: oreucrlbin5 I8t5t .f said' two wtthdrswing of the said"'n..d.taco sb-ti have such powers and duties ma ', 01 th. Btat. .t the time nf uUrhl000rtlOnment the tent of not of mere this .I"5Provided I
its f21 c..nt may b" assigned to them bv the COm. Should the tegisiature Cfur!
and du&.Dd '
power. this
\\'ERI: ""Cf'ptloll" ,III not the :right word. Tho pualn Idea providing for the u.. e' tll. "m t. n..t'on oaT r.fundtnyXDflSPl amendment mission' or the DI"ctor. No Comml8. sail tn apportion the ..nt.tlln I tl.lo,the P I
of proceediI T. .b.1 ... stoner shall b. eligible for .a, such the Senate .nd In House nl any Obl.Uon. A'ln Offmpled
Iwo .
oohlnd the .
l\ladmum Rent It.PguLaUon's. that r gallon the I other for Re.ntRl.
all rents should eao& : .
or fuel for ill the, Ices ren.tnrsd nectfte.ilv for OF whhh.5 apnollltm..nC 0' .mplo"m"Dt. -" .. .t any regular .. Conlrrt Buh.u Am'od",

be kept at what they were on the madmurn rent date 110 long payment and retirement of all Out.atanding .. nreflorly' rh..b'. to the .a.'otn'of operation 8 me of fund resulting from the Phe......r..tu.,, .. .any 0.the times Further '.'' ftemt'iAa
and from the 4lit'If
bonds issued by .0' count any county from 4l.trlhit.d Comml.oD I ob.1
as nothing happens in materially f.n". the In Cue. ti I
change the character In"m.
01 the or special rORd and bridge QllltrlCI 'n ..rh ennrC: but..n..r.1 .snew.. of the law. and the t4.vislatalro n to.1t"c. Psias
T..nt"-I\'p\ p-plan
unl. The ICf'plaUon III a pretty f'"Cplldt dO\UJU'nt. In the prior to u.. Pint DSC IIf Jul,. A. D .f the Board foe servIces .n".d all fur regulatIons .o.rtalnln" to birds. game .."'n. such eggular. .e.lln the'CTI.'at'PO to Neressitici 01. SDefined
1931 tM riad aDd bridge -h. enuolles silk. .. bearing .nlmala. fresh eat,? .. ''n ..I..I. nr Peru- L'
.. process bl draftIng and PU'pnIIPI. .h"1 .na' reptiles and .mnhlbl.n.. f.h .... elh. .. 0" the to"l.r"Bt
; re-drafUnc Its provision.. mOftt Imagin- sad for Ill public Dlllllwa purpoacsIC .nn.iq th.. end ", of suM together .Itb .. .Inn t anonrtllm the r T'YP.ntatinn
j able situations which might aU for adjuNtment hereby .1U..d to and .1I.n b. Iub.mltted .... ,h. .,,. hS.IP sail, tax 0'0' an for Such other lund specifically or"ld..d ,, __ In Senate and In thwfm. IT REqOIVr Bf T'
or modification to the electors 0' the St.te 01 .d. ,.. this .e.. shall n' PnrPaefltsPIvP". 55 hereIn !: STATOPn
i 01 the January J. 19.1 Ir1,8 were taken Into 'oDlOldf'rution. It'.. Florida for ratification nl' rejection ci .rul, .m'nt'.. l".trlb"t.d" ") ..on.r000rt ftaM 'tste O'.ne Fund and shall b. used ...n.I..d it.. flOAi '...11' Fed. that the foIioWOq ..d"
the b" the Clmmla.lon as is shall deem ri'miliir, Stat. which.her lion I Article H 01
brn 'n..xt O..n".1 &I.ctloa to be held o.or.'e* shall be ma'i tn each. C".UI 0
_prodded nail 11'O.HPd by lawyers and rental "perts.. and III 1114:1.: .. follows: 'to.'u,.. ...,.n of the I..'.'"t" Ut In Carrying out the oraviginos .h.1 have been taken n...,. of Florida alithnTllifll l
.nn ;. n':4. a...1 .'''.p. flrU. And It's tried out "S..ctIOD 18 f.'. That beginning .n" the f.....'.,.. ... limit the ". 'el and' for DO other- mI"-. The Sn. "Plonm..", 01 R.n'.. '."". ment 01 enS WIt'S. .,"! !
.flW.X on buy not obligate i th" Senate duo Dcr0fl sun
-.nup_ of tao FortSAnprnh.d CormlM'n and In the Hmi.P nf.nr"'Rtt" any 1 I
January 111. 1943.
and for flit
managerial qulnen pig consultants from the rental management years ", ,,,,..fte,. ,h. proceeds cf two by the May 13 tate Game current resources nf sb-li conI'nl tn mat. ". orooldr IhII'
Oemn 'Fund unless such ... 01 be
g teD I'I.
sflffWtnnI000t In the th..1
field from various pAl.i1. 01 the eountry. t2r, cents pe gallon 0' the totlll tn 111.... .n authnrlg.d, b. the LeRII'.tu' .. ts.lslstir., shall fat! to .nl I. hereby 25.etieed std 0
QUESTION: Then levied bC the St.t. law upon lIa80lIa. In office 0' Stat.. Ma' 1. The Legislature may "n.1 the r""n.r. mltted to the .
Set reareesotatlon In the Limis
Regulation does make .ttn 0
provision for and other 11* productA 01 -
adjuet.p. petrolrlrn.now 13 194 In aId ot but not ..... "" 'v thIs pmndmCnt the Oen..r.1 lIt
known as the Second -1'''
mt'nt.1' au T.x.
with. .
the provisions' of for their
tIles In
._ _ ANS\RI: }.e.. sad upon other fuClu used to propel A m"n' and 511 e"l.tlnl I" thl .O..mn'the .. '.1.1.lh'1 thf'PIitrtT reT"tars.lrui d. Ictinn: t 192. I. saf diiiof
(1onlildnation will he given lop Instance, to motor .ehICI.. .ball is collected b. JOINT RSSOLT3TION Proposing Pot herewith '' ,.. .. b.t Im.oN
110 longer
t placed .n to the Coa..tUtlon .h..1 Cliii the LoSl.litt're tn'ePI Article' I t
month! the Stats Ar..ndm..nt Of .
really substantial chanC" which tune taken pte In dwelling DIstrIbutIon' ndlaID the State Trees.UI. Roads. the S'.t at Florida' to c" known .1 ''n torn. and .rt. All laws. ettT-50d'n55' sessIon tn 1"- thereto the lOlo"ID' !t"
the .
unIte between tile January J. 1941 date ., and divided Into thre. 131 equa'parts 01 Article XVII. Relating t "..nall.' lo vIolation' of the o."nn nf .a"n'.ln"...' ... SectIon 1.1 ,. IS
and the amendment .
prelJf'nt. which shall. b" dl8trlbut.d ImendmeDta thl. and all .xt"nd''.. sessIon. of the feeIfit1 wages and In.om. iSobsteneveC
QUESTION: A substantial 1mIn. "".n. tssea shell b" I. hereby OCR' I
change mOnthly among lb. elvera' countle.as nSl) RESOtVED B? 1'H 1.5015.LATURS ".cl bp the Legalature from ..wtn..ll. .UlteA. due
____ ANSWERI Y_ A follows: OP STATS!: OP FLORIDA to lime.Anproved. r-ennoe"pn the reqre..ntstlroi m come due IDd o.ln, 1 1
change that
: would definitely alter the whole That TB 'I-h. Ihit. ameelmonP b-f"e. who the h".d or I hal
One part acoording to ...... Amendm.1I1. I
one part fOI.lnl U .
character 01 a house 0. an b. known .DI tbl Ooemnr adhn'eis.ne.i$ 1154 such .t..I..n 'n Sesti shall
&p"rtment. accordIng to 3 01 Article X .
Perhaps an DPuJ.tloli. and .,
entirely new One part _8tOII 1941.P11.1 .- P.1'.I to. pem.rI.e1it ..r.Ishment In the CfOtete .
roam Dot made by partitioning an .eonrdlDS to the ODUDII' 1On"'lbu.IIOD. the COltlUtOI b. aDd III office SeA sh'i got.I.. Iim'1o4 b. I
already existing the Stats, 'n ei'l. mIl Dr"d
but .
room to the Of shall b. 0 I
roes State .
ODa'.trur".n 5 1941. ..
oslO 0'
by a real tWdltJon.: But In the threieCt.O4.' n' the State ir..t. 4as at at the erefli of not mr tb
1 a Dew roof even though It ratio of IlIetrlbutloa .bmlttl 1 .....
meant conislderabie as orovid.d 01 R"prNent. "...' I. .. .-. .SS.i "'- salsrl. yateS
ID )
CIIo.p" .
U85a. Lawa n.t .eD..1.1.lna ..
outlay to the landlord would come In the class 01 FlOrid. ActS 0' 11131. and for the putpole. u.... to bld. I,t. .... D. 13 A JYN RESLOOI ,-._.._"n_.t"-. ,... other than suct'a 'lie p..m..nt 01 Imuiistiilieflt 5flV oll-
ordinary .. of the : .D b" eeprew '
repulr and maintenance II .pnnrtlonm..DI based aD t-.I Five o. sdflS1svgenvlmOflt
the new roof were feces517 the 000ntieV contrlbttione for the 8ton' I. II at '.n or spa- :oltleutoll or Florida DI nnrnved by the O"emO June ,1 10 tho '
bftoalMe the old one had lot Dolt of 81ati road ,rnl.r 41. ""Id.d. "
sprung a
kaks. A tenant conatructloD. the :l 0 session. the L.giaiat.ire 1..to.D .dltloll.1 scloa lrIehi
_ IUIII a right to amount Of the eontrlbutlona SatabSished .ot. o. 01 sit mernbore nl Piled "". Secretary ot State the Leirislettlre .h.1
l.cunD ,
f'xpec.'t a I'ood roof tbe.-Iourt" i
his 0"1 a .
* 4 head without paying by th. certlllco_ m.d. la 11131 elected, 1 .ah H" Ihan d.. Be IT RSSOLVSD B I rr.hl..t J'
f'xtra for It. lie would pay more for a house wtlll pUl'llu.n' to Said CboPtel' 1511511. shall termln. that emergency requiring ..ATURa 'iF THE STATE 0 r. "Ided Where .II" I

;i'' QUESTION: What rent would the tenant'pay more POoOVl. be taken and. deemed. oonclu.I". ID State la ..1..d..CI.loD... D" the .I..ctr o. .h. mat. Article S n' the OoD.tltulna A Proposing .Ins week, '""x""t" tl. nby -UI
In a case where a oomputlns th mOD U. amounts. alaolbutable .D this 'h. Siste 01 Florida JOIN RJ0LUOl .
j*: dwelllnc unit was according to .Id 000tribu.lions. 000stitutlon the I .m..ndl Ar'cle' ,VII of the the eyIsistlet.
aubetantinily .
changed foM SUCh fund. "en dl8'rlbut. shaH matter of ." d..ln. ..11 m." ablN' .'dlnlh.lto .D of tho riorids. b' the o
_ ANS\\'ERI lie pay" whatever lie .dmlnl"UI'.d b' the posed and If SectIon 48 0' to County and MUDICIP"$
rent the State Board tnc
landlord first 01 proposed Amendment irtlOld relatinC IOtPmnc
to the Ciection ... ,
charged or
aftf'r tM change but Adminlstrallpa .. .....IDaI"'r pro- be agreed 10 b' a three-fourths sot. JUdll. b. and lt I
this "It the
rent Is subject to review by the 'ld1'4.tb. 0' alt the .. elected same I BB
Rent .greed
a..lbe. to each U and -h.U .. r IAC' T LE1S. 1. IIL
Control Office, and be n. Oo.nnor Houas the .m..shall be entered he .ubmlt.d -
may changed II it It out of line. sa a.1'rm.lI.' CIII upon electors the 01 TB
: QUESTION S.." rr..1' and 'be Sta. co.npIroller their .pt.e IoU"..with the .eu 'or 0 .., th. folln.11I1 amendment to' Ar'
: W11at about new rolf or rejection a, A 301741' RILO'
construction In the shall Ind the *.. nu of the
period you named. oon.&lIute a bOd' norp01st. De.th..Q m"r"uOI. a. to be held nn Cn.tluUIIQ ,
I between January I, 1941 and the anowa as the Brats earn. ."Ion tho shall pro- fires Tu.day the ., Plorida County the Amendeteflh
first the
present time? OItoAd':: afI XVI 01
'I Tide for tide CODlltu
ScarS '. a specIal election to b. held D. UunlclD" to be
alranoit. WhICS Sosra
N'.mb.1' G..rlmen.
. I ANS\\'EU: The same rule appll_ The first rent chaiged IIUb.Jt'd _n.1I succeed to all the power control not 1 lu-s th.a ninety nor more than .Sectlno II as follows: -'. Article Id. RlatIr.I t I
to reicw.And end authority 011 U. ... one hfldrcd. eighty days aft.t .d. 4 CMlt Judge, be and the same is hereby agreed of CorpOrstIOnS F
the landlord makell the same kind 01 01 A4m.DI..toa. 5410 'ut. BoU Inurnmenl and for publication 0' : ? q sOd shall b. submitted to the eIeO- thins fAT- olp.
changes In the .. Bod a.1I notice .t which :1"3 or II 01 ... tlfn.
future he giveis our offlee 115 .ddllOa to suCh 'beef special den- :r" : the Stats for ratificatIon 0 _
days notice n.. Cbsritahie
.. 'nod l.' upon It bI .. lion DPI Am.admenc shall next general 0 pr. .
get an advance' D !
appro1IJ for the rent to IMI charlred. : m.n.pm.n. cDtr and submitted t electors 01 the 'cl. .Ifted. be IIIDIo 1942. ::? 55 Fr RgaOt1ATtTRS \, )'

QUESTION: How about new construction after this o 0 two.u.n.loa for that approval if relection: :: mail n.Oe fins election o'Crcit Secion ii.. The County : OF TB t'.m.Ddmen'
a held
Regulation Is skid tate. end and other Senersielertlon of : a the O..lIer. C.de County who shall Section L T.1 I
In effect l'ANSU"ORI 10n. tatIe. la 1943 IX
10 to
allele .bl"D aD .fe".. dU. 01 I occur WithIn said .. .. as the general eleCtIon III .
Such Amendment 'I".n after 11
ml. amendment 1M the the COD.Ulutlt
; It look. sa II,the only type 01 new. construction from become .PPI".bl.are 10.PPIC.bl. D flI$5 the to 'the ...t as IUCD. general'.Ie. January. 111411. for a tm I. 0'Monday six 1'n their Immediately terms of eJter th. b..lnl "ort"n' IIISt1flI 1.:

L thIs point out will be done under .n..rt IbIs, Stat.. or sop tlOl n. "rm all office. .. Into five County Corn- 0' eorCnritlonlexemotiona
Arrangements. In ..ocb road and ft a shalt ee'erstly exist Count for ,
.pel. bridge the electors Toting at U.e time ..
eases landlords dllltrc" m.Jrt o adoption to be numbered III'or
can 0' this ediirtlIflhiI'
charge QO more than the rent special taxing upon Amendment Amendment, shall the said Commissioners IIldpal.
the priority approved by Icalied prior to JuI. I. 11131. .ben. adopt 'b.. proped.. the same .nal inS thep. are hereby extended to fIve froth o. cbanlta DI
authority when the fo Id and delieat5 :
priority WIle and brldg become minat OD the I .PCI".I" ,
psntcd. Ourpose.. n. Word a N" of this Constitution tnt Tuesday maine is :
; In such :
4 QUESTION .tJ<>w many dwelllnp'ln this ,MBonM ..u.ed herein include n.. Amendment sbsti not he held rrl Monday .ft .. .. t.. acl Dlt. lie subMlt : :
Area wilt hate to !'evert to .. _.._ __..bal .flCflede 0 to I by Oov..rn..111. ... .e'' 555 _.
the 5 anyWise utterS an. App,1 U ". .. Stale or
January 1. 19.n ------ .
rent ? ItCOC
forms of i; toy" existing .01'0 01 Ib. Con.ttn 111. of DI.irci.-t.-- ii. rejection .t tl'e .'
ANSWER I 'l\foillflcatlons 01 the and brIdge purpoe any count, rel.tln. be I"Ile In olfc 01 Set "haU ti? be held In 192' .
January 1 rent will be fairly Spcial road and brides district : rTfaIJ.d .n Ih.1 'U. : 11L D was. cOmprise the .rt the said 8.tlnO ..
.ddllnlla .OD the 1. day III'Ida
amall. other m.Uo '_ !
M'.rn'ntqe.wfae special A.rl.
not In dlll"'I" 'h 0
only the GatnellVille-Starke I"D. Outstanding Im..n' embraced withIn the Cnll.ltIO" o
- bat ....ny Area. Tf'nantlt--an.1 landlo'-wtth Area1A1 Indlne aD. J... .. 111 or Apnre. b" ,the O..r. ... a .D a Jon RILOOM numbered 14 t ect'o. ,... 1 .
any questions .. 8n.l'd1.1 ,_ fnllOwPIsecton
.lIouid get Information ... Statutory Sid Piled ID office the 1 AUCI. Siztse. such p.r Sleetlon ThorpnratIOflJ.
from the Area Rent Office o. 01 01 "tak Map a ConstItution PlGld.. Sd. CO and ? 16. "
about B" of Count. a nUb.d 8 .
tJcula.r. par. Oommlloa. sad 111A' II.to .n : east .ytent
: : [ .
o "p.cd o : tns Test the : Br e.tabliahed' by a reso- 5' iSunla
I QUESTION: And who ; : D Rules and =:tlg:0
anyone wants to learn more about dletrloa. : .On ROL tOM Proposing m..lnl Rnl.lol the County Commiesl005rs tile
' I rol can get the rent conI trio,. .oh.I.1. I so fV of tne 1 the said County adopted N."mbl U. nl FI1' "n"b"..
I necessary Information there? Dan d.. ., .Itl .1.' to lid Constitution I 01the Stte 01 Florida Water P" and Salt W.t. D designated ac NO 'bld 1 enaCt
ANSWERS YeN LNIIJec" eJlplaJal1lR the .d I..cp ta t. .1''' Relative to the Leseutive Department. I a OmmllD .h..P In.-
, I program will also t.. "or1 .lhb.ld by Adding thereto B. IT .. '
aVailable be from said art Additional' See- B the salt 'eel .tlon -
and f
In o b..l
banks. real estate offices, poet offices and other all ospeta o.'d' 11I.1." .record., non Ia Create a Game sod .b L.ATURI Or TUB STATZ T ... territory.-. Dtrl, be held .t t. iSstienilfid
convenient doum.nt Werey Plan That AfOeIe "" '
plat'_ Stories! about concerning Sleteen 0' the which on lbs day least '
- Federal rent control wilt be Shell nave the oowey 8m. Sid Board Ba Fr RISOlYSO BY m 1.5078. 'utloa 0' the State of April. '947. enbod In mUDlrp.L t "
appearing In the.'01 11"'.... tim. to Issue retundin. lIme LATURS OF T. BAT FLORIDA amended by edding thereto Pold Dtetrlet NG 4 and Oom"Oomm' ". mt..1 -e..
That Isnerftisn .
QUESTION .thID the Dnde t the lolkwl tlODI Section ID be District a. deiuerlbmd In ,
: What are some other Sr. saId ,::10 vest Article f9 t .10 a. .oeee. Pedo 5f ,
t Rent outstanding provisions ot the Pro fO any of said f .C..lulo O said Atticle US. SUtboriSing 'b. MInutes or tb. Cn' ond.=
etete Cf
Regulation ot.Undln. legislature 12
r Can a tenant to vest. the said Set.timtl .
be evicted for ID'.ree thereon l. to a.- Si,. howe of Ctmllon". o I nf nl
;J ANSU'ERI ?ny reason 1' cure th.m Diedre 0' e'e InS rule. and ruwulaurni. tl "CM the CtsflPdltOti. '
T' Tee. II he dOf'Hn.t pay his legal reni OP IA ". rse.lDt.. from such raanilne.DtCINte .ddltlnel S"ton kO ODD,810D 0' eels .. relating fish of the sail Omllmu.n' 0.prt b' \ 0-
committing .
o :
a nw..n'e or breaking sore other fu.i, tx. to be distributed to inch a Dame Article I. eTeatlng water DOuC I S snafl eomnrtse ;.
aub..fantlal Fresh Water mle.io 1 "c1
part 01 bIn count COm.mllon on the first offlO
- n.r.ln deT
It I Isn't the purpose 01 the obilgations. .t a erester orn"lde but lIo be' sad 'the same "h newby agreed to ..nd Shall same embraced In : Plied I
__ the ReguLatJoq to Interfere with bonds. rte then ed W and B submitted the electoe. Sn June IL t4.n.
wauul landlord. DO" : and "a' of the 'Ite I 1. .. ID eel
I ; tenant 'latiODAhlpII. But the Regulation will .""h.n.on behalf 0't !" u count sell, o E"" o Stat. 01'I"IOd.1': tot General""fI"&oD or : t mlout deb.f Ont.. C.. ..1 c. .
prm'f'nt unwarrantf'd the .tt.tlon relection' to of
eviction. said
and f. of Eectoo held fd.
, 1g Ule Act. A .n those undertaken to evade aid bnd. .1. OUp. onunty..tlrtD: G. leln t tie held"- on thO n. T.F a. the Opel o and also .n CDI. .hlcb ".. 1.

: ,j tenant Nanot be put out Just because a landlord ." and bride. -di.llel., 01. t. Tod. .ft. the fta -Monday- I' 113. .. follow.: on the tnt day 01 AI" 1541. U.e., shall 1.tr 11 .
dsfl't like 1 lii. ether special e.xtns No..m.r t. .fono.1' In -
district Th. lIum. .
, 'to'
eyes or the color 01 thereof 3 Legislature' lelon .
hi. tie. And gasoline or 3 ." ".11. so 1t .
betJler this I. trued ''nht fl sat antIelosiIn liars 1 Pm. ad 1 lDh.I... .. sets b- b
a the Boar '
tenant has .. the
a written O""lr.t. .n..m..n. Dow Dy the t
1f'&He inseT-sat .t .tor. crested 8& 1Tlrr1:4.
1r' or not. not may ;
QUESTION mote thsn three 131 0e? Cent 0 conservatIon aDO ".. .tln by o be ButO 1 ii'
: It 0
a tenant annum II make and
refuses to pay rent In such IIId tm. fur besTing at 5sveend bOo
v- __ higher than the legal lrftnmlnation. and maIi'iIfle sod raU. lb. said shall .
___ lent. can the landlord evict him 1 a inch within nfl. f. o the $151. of to wu.o the D.te 'x.a".
___ a lot o-rind 1m. h Plotida and the .ca"llo. establIshment to the "" territory .ble u..
; : ANSn'ERI I. .1' mae .__. conservation "I' day OIl April. .
IMlI..ltf'ly deternil o ibae"5 \e
Do. But II the tenant I. .d m..mnL of sad salt Water Ooinmls.inerga ebn -
DOt adltloll D.tehm,. District
1 pay the the t .a..lln. Fsedl. lu" s ill day of
nowece ..P.rt -
i Dow p'le .I'.. ..L a 0. Sf095147. _I.P.. by &0._. h County.b Cnt In Book e"ln..or the Minutse 0 said & A

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Kathleen Norris Says : \
SUCCESSFUL "It lt stated that alcohol will

remove stains from summer

clothes. This Is correct. It will

PARENTHOOD also remove: Memories of Marriage Arc the

eh --------- The summer clothes
.4mm Richest. of All
of The winter clothes

Ben Syndicate-WNU Fcatum.
5ii; spring clothes

The fall clothes, not only from
v+m xa II too. CATHZXINX COrOAD BDWAKMAssodale
the man who drinks It, but !

Sdbad VareaW ......,.. from his wife and children as

Alcohol well. will also remove: It
HOW FRIENDS CAN IIELP A good reputation. Itj j

Have you ever discovered; how eyes, or her facial expression or the I A man's business, \i

helpful friends can be In straightening texture of her skin or hair-even A man's friends.A .

cut problems with your chil nice eyebrows or dainty ears can happy look on his children's ji1i :
dren? Take the 'teen-ager whowon't rouse a girl's pride In her appearance faces.A ( j

keep herself presentable She if they are admired by someone prosperous man to a paup
is scornful of the least touch of whose taste Is superior er's
fit tl + .'u 1if. makeup and mussy hair and This is just a beginning, of grave, ,
droopy clothes seem to satisfy her course. If the two don't hit it off A man from the highway of ,
Of course sometimes girls go try the plan with another friend. Heaven to the roud to hell."

through these stages of carelessness But if your daughter shows a sparkof From The Gideon
because they are honestly so Uklng and admiration for your
intent on becoming a second Mme. friend then go on to further meet- A JINGLE wa
Curie or Florence Nightingale that Ings. Have your friend drop in fora I have walked In summer mead- 1J
thought of clothes and appearance cup of tea about the time daughter owo

seems to them in their young is due from school. What you Where the sunbeams flashed
earnestness a very trivial thing. are trying to do. of course is encourage and broke. :
? Other girls may be so disappointedat a friendship between your \
this age with the kind of faceor daughter and this older woman. But I never saw the cattle or the

hair nature gave them that they (They may have known each other sheepOr !
Meal Into a Banquet With Blueberry MuffinsSee pretend to have no interest in looks for years but on the plane of child horses smoke.I ,
( Recipe Below.) and try to be as sloppy as possible. and adult IFriendship
Now here's where your friend blooms slowly so don't have watched the birds with

fe Week-Ends steps Inl! Choose the one who is expect miracles at once. When wonder
for This Week's Menu the most attractive and well your daughter's confidence has When the world with dew la

groomed, provided she is also a been won. this friend who Is clever wet I xul o o
i with first signs, of nice person-but she would have to about clothes and hair and grooming ( /
and Chcken[ -Ham Mousse But I never saw a robin
wilted appetites be that to be your friend, for vain can begin to make suggestionsto
the whole family -All-Bran Blueberry Muffins shallow women rarely have genuine the girl about her appearance- Puffing at a cigarette.I .

home for the Butter friendships. Take this friend suggestions she might ignore U you ,
week-end are a Julienne Salad into your confidence and togetheryou made them. have fished In many a river t ( .

heavy drain on Whipped Cream Sugarless Cake can arrange a luncheon downtown This same method often works In Where the sucker crop Is ripe, I

I the homemaker.If Recipes Given. with your daughter. Make it reverse-that Is, If your daughterIs But I never saw a catflxh .. I I'
to casual-you might better appear to too much taken up with her looks Putting a brier pipe. .
she expects
run Into her by accident. Ask her and neglects her brain try to fostera
spend any time Pour over gelatin and stir until dis to wear her trimmest clothes and friendship with a woman who Is Man's the only living creature f fI

with her family solved. Cool Fold in remaining her very nicest perfume-young both nice looking and intelligent That blows where'r he goes fI'
Madame House- girls admire an older woman who preferably one with an Interestingcareer Like
Ingredients. Place strips of green- a blooming traction engine
around and plan a has a delicate scent because they to her credit.
urry sliced olives, sliced hard. Smoke from mouth and
pepper nose.
themselves .
s campaign which will wear perfume Not only will your daughter benefit
cooked eggs on bottom of oiled mold without feeling self-conscious. Nowno but friends who have .
with foods no daughters If God
refrigerator had intended He'd smoke
( Pour in Let chill until firm
mousse. matter how un-dressed-up your of their own will cherish an
i pulled-like the tradl- Unmold on lettuce and garnish with daughter may be at the moment opportunity to have a hand In help When he first Invented man, .
out of the hat and He would have built him /).. rrmfinbrr lh. bru'lUrring; Jay of trarm and pain; end In* tired
y romaine, endive and tomato wedges your friend will make a casual but ing a young girl acquire the charm on you th.yionly: take caret him I
r reputation as the "beat Dispositions will all be the merrier complimentary remark about her and poise of womanhood. A widely different plan.He'd II at m blankelfj bunJIa ...h,'. your" heart cried //
I here." until I |.' on my /*.! again?! [
when these bran-blue.
serve ,
have fixed him with stovepipe
a -
staken notion that the berry muffins be.
(has to be an elaboratevy cause the B-vlta Moody Institute'sWeekly I'
that sends the II And a damper and a grate, By KATHLEEN
miss, often called
And He'd had a smoke consumer YOU remember In
[the head of her table morale builders.In Sermon joy of marriage .
That was strictly( to date. DO walk-
after hours of preparacb up little-girl days .
the bran and l, "aff"et that all the other al al'I'f,
(Furnished and paid for by the
better idea would be the magnesium in I ing home from school '
Starke W. C. T. U. joy ore aimed with the one :
(cool, tempting chickenic OUR PERSONAL KUiHTH )
the blueberries, and her
O M with a chum, telling love moat, your hiultandanil d: '
such I've planned
as which is I
reputedto "Personal liberty"-what end- !! L5 that you thought no boy would your chiltlrvn. Tho nicest .
.y. kindlier
less misuse was made of that ex- ever fall In love with you be- picnic* ere the one you plantoffthvr I ;
feelings toward
vegetable and store your fellow men
i cold compartment andy really get together and do their best pi'esslon when men, seeking the 1yeD FASHION cause you were so freckled, The fun of buildinga ,.

| to toss together In a for the system: right to reflood this country with but that every boy would be houif or planting a garden, ,

crisp, and chewy coat- All-Bran Blueberry Muffins. intoxicating: liquors. were attacking i Author at t.e.r )Uatj't Kite.n I, crazy about her? To which or just dreaming of the future I

|flavorful dressing, in a (Makes 12 small muffins) piohtbition.My I she promptly replied that she it more fun when you : !

me. If the family really 2 tablespoons shortening liberty ends as someone can hare your enthusiasm.And t
Fancy bread. and rolls alwaysare expected to get married
t let on "something hot" V cup sugar has well said where yours begins.I greeted with cheers wherever never the worry oj an unbalanced 'I

lame bran muffins, all 1 egg N-1: have the personal liberty to they appear so the homemakerwho because her hair was so budget, the sorrow -/ (

tasty with blueberries. 1 cap all-bran rv i awing my arms as far as the tip keeps her bread box well filled red, but she confidently misfortune, the seer of '

I but a short time to bake % cup milk of your nose, but there my liberty may rest in the assurance snacks.of being PATRICIA. DOW planned to be your brides- pant what tomorrow may bring" j. j I
e should be bright and 1 cap flour enda. All of life must be builton I prepared Impromptu maid.Do
Quick breads and refrigeratorrolls can 6e Jess terrifying/ ;
|angel and yellows, reds,. Ji teaspeen salt that principle.: For the Christian come in the category of shortcuts you remember the funny have someone to shareyour I : I

i to add warm notes to 2H teaspoons baking powder there is a n even higher because they are definitelylaborsaving thrilled feeling of noticing that one you Kathleen Norris ''j i

upper or lunch-indoors H nap fresh blueberries measure of reeponalblllty-bfs relationship foods easy to. make young man was somehow always anxiety.

t your' imagination run'' Cream shortening and sugar until to God, and his conse- and giving a large return for the managing to be In the picture, and believe that the man fortunate 1.

dry leaves, bright bert fluffy. Add egg and best well. Stir luent interest in the welfare of time and effort spent in making e the wonder as to whether that was women today are those

from the wayside or in all-bran and milk and let soak un othero. them. breadstuffs to .1 the way It was to be? who have a happy "mar late.to

1 fruits. ill all moisture Is taken up. Sift dry 1. The Way of Kmptlnew: and take Whenever an important part In are meals Do you remember the happy, half- help them through the hard .,

kr, you can do more for : ingredients and add blueberries. JNHUppolntment (Ecclea. 2:1-3: it's essential to keep in mind their ashamed self-conscious feeling! of day ahead .'

by arranging Concord Add to first mixture and stir Just .0. 11)). food value. All breads are energy having everyone nice to ;you because If .
until flour disappears. Fill greased foods because their chief Ingredient were going to be married but t ,
!idly with a few golden ;you brown and hard and tall- 4 ,
muffin tins until two-thirds full and Physical pleasures do not satU- -flour-Is of high caloric value. very {
bred i the little coffee cups, Jew.lera' these flew too fast bathing on .: :,
bake In a moderately hot ((400-de 'y. ,Men who have tasted life's Modern "enriched" flours furnishadded holding years "
flannel bags
rich vitamins and minerals, while maroon beaches, going to movie premieres, I ,\
30 minutes. llstc !Ba and disappointment are .
eI or JIIsbed gree) oven the quick breads made with eggs, the spoons and forks, the horrifyingspot going back east again; just one t i>
Greens tossed together with mellow crone to think that if they only "
-- molasses and dried fruits contain of poison oak on your chin rightup more family In a pretty suburban

per or r french dressing are attention- md all the money they wanted, many valuable food elements.A ;; ; ;.; .. to the wedding day Itself? house with a double garage, and three ,
11 than 1 t -' -. getters: and an opportunity to partake of raisin or a nut bread made And the breathtaking beauty of baths Boarding schools for Jack

asive Julienne Salad Bowl. ife's thrills they would be happy. with molasses takes care of the the gown and veil, and the maddening and Dicky school Preparatory -

ar rl IL 7 V'\\\ (Serves 6)) Solomon had everything. He de- sweet problem too so these breadsare e I delightful absurdity of the husband schools prep for what? Surely our j. .
t.7:otto \' 1 cap cabbage iberately set himself to prove the worth Raisin serving Bread.on many who told you three weeks later boys; aren't getting up to college

I appreciate. Then offrou 1 cup carrots Measures of this world. He plan- Three-fourths cup of raisins, I that he didn't think your wedding )'ear.lBrldl.!

have a few yellow or % cop green peppers ted to "enjoy" intoxicants-doing cup hot water 1 egg, 4 tablespoons dress was particularly becoming, ., and the country dub; '" '\

[chrysanthemums In your A' cap red radishes) t "with wisdom." Note It, you granulated sugar Vt cup molasses, but he loved you In that checked such pleasant Sundays, with all the ::;; :I. "

\ let them faU gracefully Garlic vho advocate the moderate use IVi teaspoons soda, .3 cups flour thing you used to wear In the kitchen nice children of friends grpwlng up 1' 4, '

among their own leaves Curly endive or shredded lettuce 3f alcohol (whatever that may Vt teaspoon salt, % teaspoon cinna when ;you were engaged? I together. And London and Paris, ''. !:

phed bowl and you leave Shred all the vegetables fine. Arrange >e), Solomon found It to be only mon.Seed and chop raisins and simmer Arrival .f First Baby but not Rome this trip because a I k". !
mounds of them In a bowl, remember the feeling of ".
Do mastoldltls
Ibc desired a vain emptiness (see Provo 23:31: In water until tender. Beat you cable about Qeraldlrta's 'I
fe mousse which you can and toss french dressing over them. :12). egg with sugar and molasses. Dissolve admitting that a baby was on the brought you flying home to nurse t'i

I main dish Make It thee Rub the bowl In which they are What la true of wine la also soda in two tablespoons water .s ,' way and wondering why clocks her back to health through lone ""' 1"

and it's all ready to served with garlic. from, raisins. Mix and sift flour, didn't stop and friends faint awayat months. I
with A main dish that will go well with rue of the attempt to satisfy one'self salt and cinnamon. Combine all 4 a a the newel The long, hot, bewildering But plenty of fun fun all the way (
the Julienne Salad ls this Baked by the gratification of any ingredients and turn Into an oiled p .e day of scare and pain, and Jokes and plans, garden lunches and ; '
-Ilam Mousse. Bean dish: physical appetite. Those who live and floured loaf panJ ""Bake fifty A strange walls and strange faces, new frocks and little envelopes of I ,

(Serves IIIILI. ) Baked Bean Rarebit 'or the pleasures of the flesh can minutes in moderately slow oven and the tired look at a blanketedbundle shots to look at. and birthdaycakes
silently beaten corruption (Gal. 6:8): ). (390 degrees F.) t ; cried snap
only while heart
D salt 1 can baked beans cap Steamed Boston brown bread always Y your to decorate: with more and
I chicken breth Vt pound American cheese, grated Solomon also sought real joy In is popular and harks back to e< anxiously, "If they'll only 1 not let more candles. I '

I round, 3 slices bacon fried crisp abort I In accomplishing worthy the hardy fare of our pioneer days. him fall and take care of him until And dark moments, too. Now and \ (
cooked chicken
I round M green pepper sliced nds. There is a satisfaction In Steamed Boston Brawn Bread. I get on my feet again"? And the then chill, little -stabs of suspicion I

Ud cooked ham Mix beans, green pepper and cork well done, but that joy !Is Two cups sour milk. 1 cup molasses slow processes of a world settling about John and pretty Miss Fosterat
dressing with cheese 1 cup corn meal. 1 cup rye down Into place with a new baby
crumbled bacon grated when the doing of
I scalllon nly lasting flour 1 CUP graham flour, 1 teaspoon i the office. Now and then dreary
'hipped cream and pour into a casserole. Bake in he work la for the glory of God. salt, 1 teaspoon soda. and a new mother In it? hours asking oneself If this ls allthere
lemon-flavored a moderate oven 33-40 minutes.A "he great Goethe who set hlm- Dissolve soda in sour milk: Add Do you; remember the snowy Sun Is to It; going to the White's f

ho gelatin. cake that's a tasty sugar saver elf to enjoy art science and Ht- with molasses to dry ingredientsand day you took him to the Browns and 1. "in my old velvet." helping the

egg yolks, then broth. la this oneWhipped : mature came to his seventyfifthear mix thoroughly. Turn into ,,. he howled all day, while the Brown children with homework, trying to !

wiling 1 water stirring eon1 Cream Sugarless Cake. to testify that he. had "never well oiled molds, cover and steam baby was so smugly good? And the train Pearl In the kitchen, having
mixture coats a spoon. sifted cake flour three hours. Pound baking powdercans day he swallowed the end of this I
X4! caps) ad four weeks of genuine pleas- mold.Fill molds John fuss and fuss about the coffee
make good
And the time John
double acting baking thermometer? j
,1% teaspoons Ire" not more than two-thirds full. and and tell me that Billy Black says I
powder California Health Bread.' lost his Job and got another bis wife's coffee Is miraculous, so
The of Victory, Peace t
Lynn' Says K teaspoon saltS Way One cup whole wheat flour. 2 cups lost that? why not telephone Betty Black?
J Way U Lives| One good ) cup butter or shortening end True Joy (Rom. 6:17-23; 14: bran. 1 cup buttermilk: or sour :::: The winter you. spent with mother A Snoring Husband. : ., ,

which to simplify home- 1 cup light corn syrup 21), milk H cup dark molasses, % cup 8100 for economical reasons, and how '
God there Is a seeded and with the babies Disappointment In John too He
t.0\ get rid of trouble- I unbeaten Thanks be to nut meats tt cup wonderful she was "
Ill your household eggs juice way to find freedom from the sin I I chopped raisins % teaspoon soda but Dad kept telling John that a hasn't enough Initiative; he lets everyone

al fast fur. U cap orange rind and disappointment of life. It tt teaspoon salt. Sailor Dress good man didn't lose Jobs, depression in the office walk over him; !
as you can. t teaspoons grated orange comes by personal allegiance to I Add soda to milk and stir Into dry Pattern N.. 1180 There's a or no depression? he loses money at poker; he snores ', .t
IMve 1 whipped well and turn Intoa "
an expensively cup cream Ingredients. Mix atmosphere In and and even ;
smack of sea-going and then selling the and snores snores
t '
add bakIng Cod. Clear thinking on spiritual Oh, ;yes t '
Iota measure, well oiled loaf Bake one
T or chair Sift once pan. : ,
which re- I' the sailor collar of this fresh young waking won'talop
most up
boast vigorous
and being able to to the
that the one (329 degrees scenario .
Special powder and salt and sift dry matters recognizes hour In a slow oven Neat braid trimming 'L
cleaning often. style for girls him. And he's critical too
times who boasts) of his personal liberty F) everyone about a smart husband i I
I rhp-cover Ingredients together to carry out ;f
helps too
for it out of the first real holiday In asking Irritably If an 11-year-old boy t ,:
add rInd. his freedom from God' con- growing figures and '
JT a practical Cream shortening orange nautical theme. And. '
1'li.ble fabrics cottons or and then syrup beating well after trol over his life Is in reality the, CARD OF'TIfANKS are flattered by the raised-in- seven years; off In the car, with needs a bicycle worse than a dentist '
which are and unknown roads and needs to be paid? Asking pathetically -
rOUt in each addition. Add tt of flour ana slave of sin. On the other hand front treatment of this only leisure 'L
the stores these blended bend- We wish to express our sincere Smart for all types of tubable cottons delicious: meals and restful little I whether we have to have stupid
and well who In a willing
smooth the one
trip through the beat until all who rendered any -and excellent later for serge Inns ahead and with plenty of moneyIn old friends of your mother's to din-
time, beating of Jesus Christ Is free. The gratitude to
washer now and then Add eggs one at a slave Pattern No. 8180 Is designed for the onre-emaclated pocketbook. ner every night? Never complimentary ,
P kii splc.and-span. Whisk well after each. Add remaining flow way of victory and peace is to : service or showed un any kindness sizes 4 to 12 years Size 0 takes and no one to please but yourselves ; and when he Is a little r r

let the regular cover. In thirds alternately with orange yield to God even as the way of,I during the recent lllnens.death 2Vx yards :30-Inch material. ? convivial terribly embarrassing his "'

f When special guests are Juice beating after each additlor defeat and disappointment Is to'' and burial of our beloved And the dreadful winter when both wife. "\. '..

or rue the slip-covers for best results. Bake In two greasec yield to fin. The first way leads I husband and fathered M. Phil- children were hospitalized with tonsils But still he is John. John who I.

nd day out, for they are B-inch layer pans In a moderate to joy in this life and eternal ) lips, and for the beautiful flowers and adenoid trouble, and John snatches Dicky up who knows ;

live In themselves. (375-degree oven 30 minutes. Cool and fellowship with God. The other' -Mrs. C. M. Phillips and family If__...........................nu. had to go to Hollywood and a third enough to hold closed the bleeding! 't

our draperies wear out Spread whipped cream between way results in ultimate ghastly I, Mil,................................. baby was on the way. That was artery with quick bard fingers; who ,
You decide' to do over on top of layers. disillusionment In this life, and would happen if every professed the time Louise Chase said: "Whata says to you quietly "Get us to the ..

k at the beautiful': wash "fruit are jour food proklrmtt Cakrmakintf : eternal spiritual death and separation follower of Christ would thus ..................................... fool you are Mary! What you'll do hospital dear quick as you can. It's t 1 r
which you tin buy for Bead making/ Pickles, if"1ftlUttf from God. ,I evaluate his every personal habit! Is lose John!" And from that moment an right; It's nobody's fault; just ..- 1

dow,. Make them up Children' lunchnt! MM Lynn The way of Joy also comes by If._of p.pe.......................... your old friendship for Louise keep the car moving that's alL" i ;'
table lining,. these Chamber mil 6. glad" U give you U recognized rea p o n a Ibllities for 'RrA waned like melting Ice. For the And It's John who goes sober and
too, of pre- advice on your particular pro* to ... ........ Geraldine the Into the house of death; who
course. and save ant ftoyen / otheri'. "None of us liveth I I pattern N......... 81. baby turned out to be capable
troublesome cleaning lent if you wri/"ww.I',. her a t !fH twining..rn (Newtpaper himself and no man dieth to himself 1r'1'N NAYS a.nd IS emu In e.in "oe miracle child of all time. says to you In a quiet sited room of mother. shadows t
? n. In want Yet that lethe .11I..4 to.- General' Exodus. : "You never your -
time, you can South. O .p oin* (Rom. each paturn J
many of Union. :10 ncloieuamptd assumption under I 1 Then Christmas trees, and the Mary; you were the Joy of her
your furnish- swat HI. Pleast obvious I I' Patterns
.. Patricia ,
to remember
be glad
ridiculous school play, life.)
practlcal tnialope for you live. The principle boys in their
w..hlnl eddraufd taL.666 N. 1'
ma- which men I1Ib St. New leek
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nQling. west, to grow that
rep": stated In Romans 14:21: should and: everyone moving I

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FARM NOTESBy Revival At GrahamA 21II1I1U
RENT ECISTRATIONEXI'IAINEI Tabernacle ServiceIn ( oodwtne '
and t5.,.
ADMINISTRATOR) BY New AdditionTuesday L. T. Dyer County AgentIn revival meeting will beginIn --"uricute the sale prope'ly,89 the UOd"'

I the Graham Baptist Church name of Twi'Unless 1oIellrld.I..u.. ."

'fi; WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS (Continued from page one) night the first service times like these when many Monday night at 8:15: o'clock, the Maid r'urlr,t", ..

'4 after such change. (give date the was Tabernaclethe held in the new new addition quartersof to changes are taking 'place, many paftor, the Rev. 1*. G. Heming HORDER deserjhd h. hlh..l' IhorIt''"

:; N Allies Demonstrate Growing Strength here). Then under the rent on what, for some eight years, has rumors do not make know the whether round and to people believe -- way, has announced. The Rev. the. door.o"'olh"" lbt or bifd5..:.-.

that date would be entered $30 been known as the Mission Hall. them or not. Most of these Forbes E. Fuller. pastor of the temb..r. 1912 the 7lb ....:.:'.
In 'Dress Rehearsal' Raid on Dieppe; per month. Now under Item 7 Good attendance and a spiritual rumors have their origin In someone's Lawtey Baptist Church, will do Un.tOFFICIAr.bated. this 81b. olaf II

of Section C you will enter $30 feast were enjoyed by all. Be- fertile imagination and It the preaching', and services' will SEAL A
Forecast Further there were Clerk of ) A.
Solomon Bible
Victory month. video the study, Clr"Olt I.
per of praise and thanksgivingfor Is best not to believe a rumor or be conducted eacb'night from County, FlOrIdiIs \:OUI'or Iio
songs I
The two examples given hereunder direct I.,
unless it comes
Pacific Offensives by United StatesfFDITOR' section C will apply in a "what, God bath wrought," from hearsay good authority.One Monday through Sunday. The CIR'IT ('GIRT
and a note of human recognitionof public is cordially Invited to at (''OI'IITY, FLO'UD" .,
If conditions .
\ fi great many cases. divine through the rumor that seems to have tend. ( :"Y. II (

t1t., 1''t NOTES WI.S.pI.n.t ... .RtSSU'I. !bus ..Iema.thr .I*.hsI SI exist\ other than the examples leadership' '. covered the County Is that I have William.. Ruth TaYlor Catn btl, p.v.
"....... t4wpSpIr v.I.US. .... 551755 .4 ss, SS.S.SSI1.. SI Il. ...... u.) listed above, and you need further years past., dant. Call" Darr Ca"pbtb" ;
advised the farmers not to grow
Jlel..d bJl W..teon N.wipapsr Union. I guidance to fill out SectionC. Corbin Cornell gave a Felt-O-.' Barney's Hot Dogs ORDER OF ,
strawberries and truck crops ANn PI'BLICAT
please consult Mrs. Ingram at Graph and beautiful poem "The STATE NOTICE To !

the poatoffice, who is in charge Touch Of The Master's Hand", next season. This rumor Is entirely Barney Slsson, the veteran popcorn Dart Campb..u 05' ,iUJRIDA"

.: of the registration blanks. and the children's choir beautifully false as I have encouraged man, has enlarged his business 1725 Lan or Pta Whoa., ko"
the of these wherever Wa"hlncton, ,
sang. !'Thank alving". by growing crops by opening up a hot dog t'uu are blitrirt 01
D Item : reqUire,
Section : 1-Equipment
The children\ such crops will fit into thefarmer's and hamburger place In the September 7th.. to
r Stanley new UtI,
.. t Fill out all Items In this bracket named Court t In Ibt
pTcIeRJ1pQi'Q and will not Interfere
3 feel proud of one of their number program stand adjoining him on the vacant plaintiff lIe..k.sod r.....
$ with the answer. yet or nr. with the growing of dl.orro.
who, after only three lessons on lot. near the Telegraph. It opens County Telegraph 'hall
Section D: Item 2, Services: Order' In Sb
food and feed neat
with the violin' lisa rendered special staple crops. today, Friday, with O. C. Blu- Wltne8ft my Our ....,Iy
Answer these also or ha,4
yes ..
numbers In the services. An Another rumor Is that fertilizer mer In charge. R. H., Mathe coal at .8tarke Florida.
": ::: :::::::::::: ::::! '>WJfV :.! no. orchestra Is being formed that will not be avaUable for crops built the stand for him and a ( .19. .

gg | u |i| !ii|| Section E: If as an example will add greaty to the music and for another year nisi rumor is thriving business Is predicted. Aa Clerk ot Said EALI. CourL"0\.1 i iis ,'..
your rent was changed from $20 will be mostly untrue. There be a
!!iiiiipnsiiiww! miiiii! >Sli an evening for practice may 'mTIT fly
; .
: ; : ** ::::::::: ; per month to $30 per month by arranged.The shortage In some fertilizer materials ::4)1 S'r Y. FLOltIU", .
&j Improvement
3frjte of capital
\ 'reason a major
but the Government is
of services in con- CIRCUIT UK Henry
schedule Opperman
you should circle "D" 'I''''') MF-ATM 0V KI.OHD/l, IV' Marion IrS Pial.
;; & work of the trying to provide a n adequate IP.rn..j) ,.
p under this section. Then In the nection with the amount of fertilizer. The farmers A.\l> FOR' HHAItfOHII CU1NTYIN Case o.Nil2 1ItI.
Tabernacle and Mission te as follows tllANCKHVOBEY : OK' ,
., Q4ri !:. apace provided you will give in and will be found weekly in are being urged to produce Plaintiff DHUB,' ANn NOTU'E:pl'0ir.named TO! |APPr.-

.Ft4f.t V.,', detail why you consider the the elsewhere: Sunday afternoon more cover crops and barnyard vs. BIT.., FOR DIVORCE N.STATE Opp..rna"0.'.FLORIDA...
: change you made as a major capItal paper MAIUL.YN POWEL.I UeSUK, Whp5
: S manure to supplement any shortage No. 111 l'ennoyh811la) ,,
N o Improvement. If the space 3 o'clock,. Bible School. Defendant ,port L. I. New York Ar...
Sunday night .J:vangellstic. Ser in commercial fertilizer It ORDKIt: OP PIT( LICATION You are
t provided for this purpose Is not STAT OP FLORIDATO 0
fM& ,. vice. Tuesday night, Bible Studyat Is expected now, that fertilizer October 6th. I l94% In tilt
& : PAPI sufficient to clarify this point you MARILYN POWELL PeSUEiIt ('curt'and
: will not be rationed for next sea la ordered that rip..
iOr: : !: fcoCi : r the Misson. Wednesday P. M., hereby the plaintiff .eek.
;.:: :"JKy,: !:!::::!:: :::::! ::::: V will attach a separate sheet to Defendant Marilyn Powell DeSue dl.orro.
nil t .:::::::::::::::::::::::: ,r 4 Children's Hour Bible. Study son. County Telegraph .h.1I
be and you are hereby required to this
blank all Order
I your registration giving: In next four
4'4; MlttS and song practice. Thursday. The tobacco growers have appear on Monday. the 7th day of _
further details to justify the raise September, A. I>. 1942, before the sues.Witnee.
,. k44,T In rent. This item must be fully M., "Vlctory".Prayer Hour (Math. rumors that all allotments will above entitled Court, to the bill of seat at Hiark" my,. Florldl hand u".

The English channel area which w aa the scene of the meet daring and explained and substantiated. The 18:19): ), Friday, night, Evangelistic be Increased! by 20 per cent next complaint: filed against you; in the 2Gth.. 1142.OFFICIAL. IbJa

; L't ,, extensive' daylight raid by Allied force on the French coast thus far. BrltUb Service. year, and that there will be no above entitled, cause, wherein the ( SEAL) 0\. J,
'd Maximum< Legal Rent as enteredin Obey DeSue seeks to obtain A. Clerk of said Court
v4 and Canadian Commando supported by American Ranters tookpart : allotments next divorce from 1,21
a thegrounds
and that
Item 7 under Section C is sub- Besides th4 ',Miaeion, the new year, acelling you upon -
v In the nine-boor forty which ravaged the Nazi defense at Dieppe at desertion.It .
ject to review and may be changed building has a nice office neatly price will be set. Theseare la. further ordered chat thinorder iv nnrriTLoral inu I RT ".
destroyed artillery batteries, ammunition dump and radio stations and furnished and and a all purely rumors, as nothinghas be published once a week for 'O."T', FI.OIIU", I' (
If equipped
t't left Dieppe In flame #: what you list as a major four consecutive weeks In the tEnS':: ,
,. Improvement does not. In the Propbet's Room for the use of come out of the Washingtonoffice Bradford County Telegraph anewspaper ne Moody. Plilnllfl, n
Bible teachers and ministers who on tobacco for next year, of general. circulation. Moody Defendant ( fcl
; of the Area Rent
opinion Office OlinER (W Pl'RurirJ
COMMANDOS : SOLOMON ISLANDS: As published In the City of Ktarke: ,
from time to time. yet. soon as I have tobacco AND NOTICE
represent a major capital Improve. may serve Bradford County, Florida. TO APPti'
; In Dress RehearsalAdolt Important VictoryAt information I shall Immediately WITNESS the Honorable A. Z. STATE OF FLOHIDA.U '
ment. '. It Adkliid. a.. Judge of this Court, Moody, 1314 Wtverw Bt. ti
4 Hitlerlearned, that no matter last It could be told, for the In the bracket in the lower Painful Burns pass on to the tobacco grow- nnd the Heal of thin Court, In the Texas.You .
are .
City of Htarke, Bradford County required to a.,
V how deep into Ruisia hit eastern news revealed in a laconic navy right hand corner at the bottomof I ers.There Florida thin the 3rd day of Au- October 6th 1942, in 111I
armies knight: penetrate his western communique was that the offensive the page the landlord will sign From ,Poison DustA Is a large acreage plantedto gruat. A. P., 1042. named Court and OHM, i
1 plaintiff seek divoni. ]
.'L r ; flank was open. to, attack that. might In the Solomon islands had been his name. Then you will return painful''and' peanuts in the county and a Clerk of the Circuit A.Court J. Thomas.In and control of Child, Hnitmt tao(
', be costly: ,' completely successful. The enemy- all copies to the Area. Rent OfficeIn experience few farmers!' may dig some pea- for Bradford County, Florida. Telegraph nhall publlib ibfel

; TKal\ was evident when British and held Islands, in the southeast Solomon Gainesville.\ Pleupe: do not ,' for that.mlght; well be a nuts for seed or for oil If pea- I (OFFICIAL Hv J. R.SEAL Kelly) Deputy' Clerk." In WltneHS next four my weekly hand I moot itl'

I Canadian Commandos 'supported by chain were now firmly in the warning women"everywhere nuts are being dug for sale or STAT OP FLORIDA > seal at Htarke, Florida, tin*
the fold.After to be on the lookout when dealing ) ZSth J942.
American Rangers swept across hands of United States marines. any purpose the grower should
the Area Rent Office COUNTV OF BRADFORD ) A. / ft
English: channel and back again in Only remnants of once strong Japanese has with strahgers, occurred to apply to my office for a market- I HEREBY CERTIFY that the An (Merit of mid Court I.!anK. ,

a nine-hour'daylight raid that was forces remained on the Islands edited your blank It will retain Miss Ernestine. 'Murphy of llopklnsville ing card. There Is no penalty for above and foreKolnir IB a true copy :. K. Perrvman $Slirkv... rAUy.

S : a dress rehearsal for the'forthcoming and these were being mopped up. the blue copy and the red orLandlords ,' Ky. Miss Murphy is a digging and selling peanuts for of the In original the" nad Order! cause of Publicationmade on file In for rif. _

AUIed Invasion of Europe. The navy's communique announcing copy will be mailed sister of Mrs. V. B. Harrell of oil. Peanut allotments for my office, this the 3rd day of August M>TI< K TO intnn: .
back to'the landlord and the are A. D., 1942. Not(I Ire I IH hereby f IIcreditors ..
S The Nazl-for'tlfled coastal! defenses the victory said also that an en- Starke, and has visited here on selling peanuts on the edible mar A. J. Thomas end clitlmmtt' .
; at Dieppe midway between Calais emy cruiser or destroyer was green copy or tenant's copy will\ several occasions. ket. Clerk. Estate of Charles M PWlceased

F. and Le Havre were the target. bombed and set afire' by American be''mailed to the tenant. 9 (OFFICIAL SEAL) to file ynur rio! ,|
According to an article in with E K .Pvr
a Several farmers have By J It. Kelly Deputy Clerk.ISOTICE sworn to.
S Although German source estimated plane In the area. Only landlords, or the land.lords Hopklnsvllle Mrs. asked! me 8.7 4t 8-U County Jude. of Rradforl C
newspaper, for plans for weevil and rat Florida. within eight ,nontkl,
the force at 15.000 its numberS proof <<
: men -
"United State marines are engaged agent may sign the regis- Louis Turner, who operates a date, or surge' will tub
cribs. OF
remained official Allied secret \ corn cribs
an : in mopping up remnants of tration blank. If a landlord'sagent small eating place just across the TAX KKU Statutes of Limitations
The raider carried tanks and artillery should be on every farm. ThereIs (!9! .nat* Bill No. lAS gust 27th.. 1 the Japanese forces on the Islands signs the blank he must road from Miss Murphy's home, Minnie Phillip I E.
r with them. enough corn by weevils GIVEN'
which were recently captured In the have written of 8-28 4t 9-18
power attorney purchased a pancake turner froma That E. a.:. Green holder of Tax
While losses on both side were Solomon from and rats each year on the average Certificate No. 28, Issued 1
S archipelago\ the communique the landlord and Is requested man and two who the th.,
the raider young girls farm to for day of July 1925 and Tax T ICl:
S. considerable were reported said. to attach pay the crib. Saying C..rUfli i NO
'S to have destroyed a six-gun to registration blanka visited her place one morning It another cate No. 9. Issued. the 4th., day of Notice Is hereby IIM I ll
"Casual= bombardments of our copy, of this authority. several weeks The way-the average farmer August A. D. 1(14. has filed same whom It may conrtrn 'IbM
shore artillerybattery, an ammunition ago. youngpeeple pays for such a crib every In my office and hits mad. application Sullivan ai guardian olH"llvan .
S : dump, a vast anti-aircraft battery shore positions by enemy aircraft, ordered sandwiches, !stayedfor whether he baa for a tax deed to be Isaued and Jack.: Kullivm
destroyers and submarines have Inflicted 19th half year one or not. thereon. PAId certificate' embraces will, on the Z',tli thy 018t\l
Anniversary an hour and left.' She
and a radio location station. Every bushel of the following Ptrrrnm.0.
An corn should be) described property In apply to E. K )
Moreover.. .It.was reported that UteeltJ' only minor damage.: enemy heard the man'say something in saved this fail and used for food the County: of Bradford, State of Judge of Bradford County'
S I destroyer.* or cruiser was" jErnest Byrd genial Janitor a\ broken.Englisbtto: of Florida, IO-wlt for authority poll .t
left' Iri the
of Dieppe bad been bom6eci and set afire 'by our 'aircraft -' the .Courthouse,' next Tuesday, one girls.who and feed: 'Don't, let' the.rats and NBtt: of NEH->'f Bt4 '''e.' 1 sale, the entlrt Inttrnt
S flame reenteredthe place with weevils It.Methodist. Tvp. ,68. R. :21 E.. containing >ie miners In the fnllowlni
A the September 1. will celebrate the turner. get Aares,' more .r less la. embracedunder real estate, to-wll:
strategic feature of assauiiwas
The main offensive' had been 19th said Certificate No. 2*. K of NEU ..nH E"" of
of his j
the vast aerial umbrella in the Anniversary i starting "1 bought It for 13: cents. SEW ef NBV of aWVl Sec. 1 Twp. of Sec. Twp, T i. I
launched on the strategically Impor. work there. He Justto Church 8 S, Which 1:8': .
form'of 1.000 Allied fighter plane began in 1923, "' R.: 21 B., containing 10 Acre appllciinnhaied
tant Tulagl Harbor area on Florida and has help them out, Mrs. Turner more or less .1. embraced under upon petition. tine e 1
seen changes made ,.
shielding the raider ThIS was reported many said '! "
stated. She Certificate No. 69. aid court. Thin Auic
island 930 miles from hung It up on the Services at the church
a* the greatest aircraft canopy Australia. In the personnel and also In the next The assessment of the said property Mabel SullUM.
yet lent aloft. While It protected The enveloping attack included landing physical equipment of the build- wall, and during the afternoon Sunday will be: under the aid certificate No. 8-2S 4t 9-13

the of Commando :* on smaller Islands nearby.' Ing. happened to think, about the "un Church School 10 A. M. .. .-
operation -----
; below it succeeded In downing or Viewed In Its strategic perspective "Byrd" was born In Bradford usual" handle on the utensil and Morning 'Worship 11 O'clock..

damaging 273 enemy plane the Solomona offensive meant County and reared at Raiford decided to examine It. Sermon Subject: "Faith and EVERY BRANCH OF

The attack demonstrated that that Japans thrusts toward New while his wife was born In The wooden handle was painted Feeling."

landings) in force could be successfully Caledonia would be forestalled, and Georgia and reared In Bradford green with the exception of a I Youth Fellowship 7.00 P. M. (1

made against ,the strongest that the' pressure on outhern L New County. They have three children single brown spot on the bottom, Evening Worship 8.00 O'clock. !

Nasi-fortifled point on the French Guinea and Australia "Would" be -Jessie Mae, who Is In the close to the metal. She scrapedthe : Sermon" Subject:. "A Prayer For r nJurdtnce

coast And a* a reminder of the lifted. 7th I queer brown spot and was Vision.
grade at B. H. 3.; Carl, who
growing: air strength of the Allies, painfully burned. Prayer Services at
Is in Wednesday
the 2nd .
grade; and Josephine I
: American and British planes swept : Miss 8 P. M. .
Murphy who
just five months old. The was In the
over France the day after the raid, Face Early Draft Board of County Commissionershas place at the time took the pan- A cordial welcome to all ser

striking out In western the greatest force The Married men under the age of voted Byrd a raise in salary cake turner to the back door and vices. H. C. WALL
ever seen over Europe.
G. C.
45 with beginning proceeded to examine it further. Powell, Pastor
air raiders, 500 strong. Included dependents faced the prospect with the new fiscal -
fighter-escorted American Flying of being called In the draft "In year, October 1. As she pulled the handle from

Fortresses and other bombers. the not far distant future." This pre the metal part.. .the wind blew a PINE LEVELBy I'

diction. was.made- by a spokesmanfor Me Arthur Transferred. powder that ".looked like brown Mrs. H. M. McRae AgencyConstant
RUSSIA: Brig. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey brick dust" on, her Every portion -

national selective service board. Sgt. O. L. McArthur of the of her skin,that was touched The Young People's Class of
Service Over 50 Years
Gloom Persists Speaklnc..betore the. Und..annual Stare Highway Patrol, who has by the powdered poison was Pine Level Church will entertain

( I Only in the northernmost area of reunlun of the Legion of Valor in >Been living in Starke for the past painfully burned. .wltn songs. and: ai, program: at

the Russian fighting front-at Voro Boston Ted Luther, Hershey's aide, 19 months, has been transferredto All of the burns are now Buford Grove Church near Hllllard -

:: ; Dub and Bryansk-were the Soviet said "the" nation's reservoir of 1-A Panama City he announced ed except a sore on one leg, curh and next Friday evening at 8:30: Please PhoneCLASSIFIED 1./6

: I force able to report any success. men was practically exhausted" and yesterday. While he has had she la just now able to walk without o'clock..

At these points several towns had that It would be necessary to obtain Bradford and Clay counties as his limping. She lost considerable Mr. and Mrs. Allan Han and

I been taken and thousands of Germans men from 1-B and 3-A classes. territory, Sgt. McArthur and his weight during the Illness. children, Ardella and Ralph were

had been killed. The selective service board Is wife have lived at the home of Mrs. Turner, frightened, threw here from Jacksonville to spend ADS'

But elsewhere the picture remained most anxious to avoid breaking up W. E. Torode, Jr., on East South the handle into the stove and -the week-end with relatives.

gloomy. Stalingrad key In. homes and families," he said, "but street and will leave for their burned, it. Unfortunately, this They were accompanied home by xperitJttailor. '

,duatrlal city:: on the Volga was men- because of the few men In 1-B classification new home Tuesday."I action prevented an analysis of Miss Odessa McRae. FOR RENT-one new store building : WANTED JUvarel'WTED

aced by a Nazi pincer. Further soS and the smaller number regret: leaving' Starke," said the poison contained In the hOllow We are sorry to hear of the in center of town. ?. Frank J. M.

S the south. Maikop, fertile center of that can be obtained from among Sgt. McArthur; "the sheriffs handle. She states however illness of the little son of Mr. and Landrum. Itp TO EXCHA."fG

f ponce I
the Kuban valley whettfleMs and those reaching 29 year of age each \ and provost marshal and his that the poison was so 'placed Mrs. Ruble Cro by,,and wish him within city I t liDI111.
source of some of Russia'* oil, had month, It will be necessary to take that a speedy FOR SAL -Horsea and mules.H. lot /"
when recovery.
been taken and Russian communique those with dependents. II staff at Camp Blanding 'hays cooperated the. pancake, turner Mr. and S A. Prescott, 3'miles'south, of water and -*"
admitted the Germans were with me In my work, andI became hot, a .little of the dust L. A. Crosby of Starke on Road '13.:, 8-.21 .4tp stock including! pony
Rising ; .
moving trainloads of foodstuffs out BRAZIL: want to thank them all for it", would possibly drop onto the food Mrs. were guests of Mr. and c.n be ridden yt I P
B. M." S
being McRae .
he stated. handled. She Sunday after 2
of this area. had planned noon. IF YOU WOULD BUY OR 811.; 4Route 2, Box .,
Irked to .
at AxisSubmarines use 'the utensil to turn
I The loss of Maikop opened the way Henry milk cows, stock cows, beef
which for weeks had R. eggs ,;and other things Cone of the U. S. Army, catUe
for the capitulation of the strategiccity A. Boys Outing while who has been in stock bulls or hor get SA.LE-Plneapple
cooking. In
persistently attacked Brazil's coastwise camp Ala In touch with J. D. Odom Jr. FOR C.
of Krasna-Jor. a railroad and bama I..
spent the
shipping roused that nation to The R. A. boys of "The only week-end here per buahel.-Mra.
river in the northwest Caucasus the Baptist reason I didn't use with his Bex 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake

and gateway: to the Reds' naval base fighting pitch when they sank five Church met at the home of their It was because that odd brown Geo. Cone.parents, Mr. and Mrs. City: Telephone 481 Lake City. Graham.

of Novorossick, !lets than 00 miles merchantmen within a few days' leader, Mrs. C. G. Priest, Tuesday spot and because something suddenly Mr. and Auction market every Thurs RENT :: *uu "'

distant span, with a loss of more than 000. morning to study their manual. told me while washing Starke Mrs. P. L. Bridges of day on all classes of live stock FOR from courtbouJ&for ,

I Although Prime Minister Church Thus a tacit state of war existed They had lunch there. and after. dishes, to examine it," Mrs. Tur Arthur were McRae visiting Mr. and Mrs. at Lake City at 2:30 P. M. street office or' .zna\!\

ill's visit to' Moscow bad roused between Brazil and the Axis, with- wards went on the bus to Mrs. ner said. Miss Sunday afternoon. 0-8-43 133.

faar>es that strategic moves from out benefit of a formal declaration. Canova's Klngsley Lake home Branch Dorothea Norman of Gum Telephone _

western Europe or from the Middle "Brazilians know how to fight where they had a swim and more Old Time Revival McRae was visiting Miss Odessa FOR SALE New missionary FOR RENT-5.rooll1 b-, pi

East by the Allies might take some decisively\ and with or without arms refreshments. They picked grapes ., Mr. Saturday afternoon. strawberry plants. Pete Orlf- mileS east of Starke

of the mortal pressure off Russia will know how to die for Brazil" Air and played games and had a The "old tim," Missionary. Bap- Starke and Mrs. O. M. McRae of fin, Rt 1, Starke, Fla. 8-28 .4tp montb.-H. L. Brotl'llfi!

; the situation remained critical. The Minister Joaquim Salgado: declared, grand time. The following boys tist revival is continuing under McRae were visiting Mrs. H. M.

successful Commando raid on the as the nation's warships and plane. are grateful for the fine outing: the tent on the Lawtey-Hellbronn Tuesday afternoon. HELP WANTED; -Female. Prac- III SurI'

; French coast was at least a token combed the sea for submarines and Van Priest, Dan Priest. Chester Springs road with the Rev. T. C. tical Nurse, apply at 320 North LOST-red billfold t entJ:

in that direction. raiders. Skipper, Jerry Lawson, Charles WUllams of Jacksonville: doing the County Office 8 u p p He*. Bradford Church Street. gust 2S.: con CaJIIP

Lawson and Charles Mooney., preaching. ; .- Telegrapti. Srtver's license. T
A special event la Lv rinrrir corwT.' WANTED.-white girl or womanto permanent p.,1.
planned for
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Nurse from the convoy were the into custody by the British several lighting ) named Court and cause,the wherein above -Brown billfold on the 008 11sdti0 streel.

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