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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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In Wreck Starts Monday up to Starke to dig-AND DIG DOWN DEEP! Next TuesdayWill

There is a time and place for everything perhaps

even a time for heaitatfbn-but this is definitely NOT

y Night With New Coach factt it. !This is a time for action-WAY PAST TIE in Be QuietNext I


M. Davis, 2 -yearoldot Woodrow Riser\, former Unlver- Here is the deplorable truth: Tuesday, September 8.

e Starke, was killed rlty of Florida tackle, has been On a USO quota of $2,600. which should have, been qualified voters In Starke will KO
named football co ch for B. H. 8., I Ito raised two months ago, Starke has contributed exactly
midnight Sunday In h' to the polls and elect a mayor
ter yr succeed Paul 'V. Parks, r eIgned. $0
Rain crash on Road 28 Quite a creditable showing for a town that has and three councilmen. The race

L, south of town. Coach Riser! ',pent three years benefitted" in cold .hard cash as much us any town in for Mayor will b e very simple,

|lta Mae Jenkins, anoth. In Sanford and one year In Mon- the United States from Uncle Sam's war program I since there Is only one qualified
candidate-- A. Canova, chairman
ticello, where he produced creditable
I of the cur, is In a crltlLiott Very very creditable--isn't it? of the Council.
Inthe JUachuaLupltal teams. He'spent. last year (In the meanwhile Lake Butler our near neigh-
field the The contest for the Council
and has not reInsclousness Tniversat 11I(1 a Credit,Corporation, but bor, has already raised 93 percent of its quota.) however, will be a little more

since the ac- has decided. "to" ',return to school Starke has four active USO units whose budgets complicated. since five candidates
work. total $50,000 a year most' of it going into channels of ,seek to fill three posts-S. I:.

/ Coach Paring,:who spent one trade right here on Call Street. Sparks and H. A. Bishop, Incumbents

Ipatiolman. L. Macho year In Starke, Designed during Starke has a huge $80,000 USO building which will and L.. A. Davis, W M.

I' investigated the case, Shown here atop Blanding (Center In the new airplane observation the summer to accept an attrac- revert to the city for use as a community center when Edwards and K. O. Duncan new
wreck occurred live offer In North Carolina, the is aspirants.,
it t the tower< which lia" Just been completed and will be placed. In war over
automobile crashed In- operation Monday. Site for the structure wax offered by Gene Con- where he had spent" many years Starke has benefitted culturally and has had the If all the 803 qualified voters
Governartermaater Mr. Riser will be on the job caRt a ballot, the aldermanic race
of a long opportunity to enjoy worthwhile features brought
st car sill and Joe Arnold of Blanding Center end the construction was many
train pro- Monday, holding football practice here by the USO for the entertainment of soldiers and should be Interesting Today-
made possible by donations from Starke citizens. It is planned to '
Iwest from Camp Blan- at 4 P. M. "All boys Interested civilians alike. rrlday-In the lust day for absence .
man the tower on a 24-hour a day basis as soon as pumlble, for please be at the football voting
car skidded for 50 feet Meanwhile Cross which has USO units
leaching the track, ins the purpose of reporting al planes that fly Iihat driver saw 'thet towers hate been constructed all over the United Slates and will\ be clock", Foster' Shi Smith, principal and no tangible benefits whatever from the organization '

| was the unable to stop In an Invaluable aid to the Army If and when enemy bombers reach announced Tuesday. At least has contributed 216 percent of its quota out of Airplane Tower
Lmerlca. 'I' two games have been scheduled pure pariotism!)

to be played before school opens. No one doubts that Starke will yet "come across"
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YY. IVCCit* *> occupant' While none knows definitely,when and I lay the money on the barrel head. It isn't: that To Open MondayThe

fhohpital iutomobile the, was day released followaccident WPA Truck August Bond Sale school will open, It 16 I certain thatIt folks here don't want to give to the USO. It is simply

but has not won't be before Monday, October that up until the last few days the drive had not been
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5, and two will be 40 volunteer observers who
aameH
organized and no one could bo found to head it
n i in Starke by officers played prior to thai date. The up. have already been signed/ up and
But all that is changed The chairman is in
Ibis testimony! In orderan To Collect Below Normal now.
j definite of
ScrapBeginning schedule, as far as, :nmpieted, follows given a schedule hoursof
Inquest. It la not : there pitching, and the Rotary Club is backing him up work as well as a number of

let who was driving thee September 25s'fitai1fe: and Baldwin l. 100 percent. others who have expressed a desire .

time of the accident.e Monday, September Bradford County's bond and ; October* 2," Green Cove In the next few days a representative will doubtless to serve, will be glad to learn j I

Davis was a lifelong 7, a WPA truck will start on Its stamp sale for August was the Springs, October 23, Alachua; call on you for your contribution to the USO. So that the Airplane Observation ,

of Bradford County and tour of Bradford' County In an smallest for several months, and October 30. Hastings;' November diff down brother-DIG DOWN DEEP. Give, brother- Tower on top of Blandlng. Center

led by his widow, Mrs. endeavor "to move every piece of Its quota for September Is the 6, St. Paul's High School, Jacksonville GIVE TILL IT HURTS I will begin" operation Monday. September -
* K. Davis, and aItOn, \ ; and November 20* Jas- When these fellows come around, receive them with 7. But those who are to ; ,;
of the It has been. While
metal out county largest ever
[Ronald Dav'l6Ij; also byer scrap per. Five of these games will be that old Southern hospitality and don't waste their time do the Important work of observing -
Mr. the next two weeks", according sales for August exceeded Brad and
and stepfather, during played at Starke and the sixth and your's in needless quibbling. reporting planes must
| R. U Parmenter; a sisL to L. T. Dyer, chairmanof ford's quota by $2,412.40, It was will be played a, Hastings, Mr. Remember havo further perparatlon
they're just busy .
as as are.They're
you
L Edna Harley. Lawtey; the County's Salvage Committee much smaller than It has been Smith stated. Friday night at 8 o'clock In the
double sacrifice in hand
making
[sisters, Evelyn and Pearlr will the WPA a by giving ca.
"You recognize full "We are looking for gamed to courtroom on the second floor
since the County reached Its also giving their time to make house to house
Starke; and a brother, truck", said Mr. Dyer yesterday, be played her October 9, October a of the courthouse there will be a
[avis of the U. S. Navy. "and you will be given an official stride a few months ago. 23 November 13 and Thanksgiving canvass. Don't get the idea that it's any particular fun meeting of all volunteers As :'

I recently been employed government check at the rate Total sales of bonds and stamps Day-November 26", Mr. to go around and "beg" for money. If you think it is, this will be the last meeting,

Wilkinson, Inc., whole of 25 cents per 100 pounds. If for the County were $2 ,212.40, Smith said.'.'We/need to pay for get out and try it sometime I everyone la urged to be present. I

distributors. you prefer you may sell the which Included $24. 9.40 for the bleacher., he Continued, "and Another don't: Don't play coy and pretend you There will' be ,a "phone practice"and '

I services were held scrap for benefit of'a school, or $428.80 for Hampton, need the Suppo rt f 'the people don't know what the USO is all about or what your more definite Information -
JV morning at 10 o'clock', other, organisation which will-reo Starke. here and aim! sCamP Bland tag. money will be used for. With four clubs going full will be given a. to how to-spot I

traveildel la" Dyal'Ceme- celve the payment".. $299.20for, Lawteyt and $23 ,In The Athletic A* oolatlon owes blast in Starke for the past year and performing every and report planes. H. A. ,Carlton, I

i the Rev. O. E. Cutshaw, The County Salvage Committee, stamps for" Brooker.: The Starke 1500. and WJKD\ to payout service from sponsoring the Apollo Boys' Choir to darning Chief Observer will be there; also \

: Pallbearers "war:* ;, tbeiVrtgDA, :W r.. Board,: the I poatofflce- sold -bond ,In "t h" this year", '
"'llIIps, Iran 'Spotib lta, County Agent's'Office and ,other amount of $22,273 and $2,184,40 out something' about the work of USO. If you want to 1st and. 2nd assistant Chief Ohservers
F. R. Carradlne of Law-
rvln Carradine'a, Harry. Houston d Pete county agencies are cooperatingwith Extension In stamps, while the Florida Bankat Abbott,&.,Costello learn more why don't you drop around sometime? tey, who Is at the head of toe

Arrangements n were- Injbf Service the, the Agricultural WPA and other fed- Starke sold $7,400 worth of ComingiTo Pa'rkShowing They've been begging civilians to come out and mingle aircraft warning service In Brad

Key-McCabe, of JackIng eral agencies to make a thorough bonds. August's quota was $22.- with the soldiers ever since they've been here. ford County, has been Invited \lo
clean-up o f Bradford County's 800. The quota for Septemuer is at the Park Theatre (Waldo might not know as much as you about the the meeting.

scrap metal. $24,600. from, Monday through Thursdayfive USO, but that didn't keep folks there from contributing Saturday from 9 A, M. to 5 P.
big daywill be "Pardon 206 of their M. will be houae"
for
percent quota.) "open those
for
Hampers Mr. Dyer urges everyone who "While the quota September hit
ig has any scrap metal hidden away is larger than ever", said My starring Sarong"the ,favorite newest team comedy of Abbot So start reaching for the check book folks and. who may desire, In small groups, ,
re Work write those numbers big, and round. It might hurt to visit the tower.Observation ,
somewhere to get It out and have Postmaster Fred F Stump yesterday and Costello a ,
1& ready when the WPA truck "yet, now that the soldiers During their brief but spectacular little while you're doing it, but you'll feel good aboutit will begin at 13 o'.
ember! to Mrs. W. I:* An- comes to Starke. See Mr. Dyer are back and business Is career these comedians have later on, in the Knowledge that you've done a bit of clock noon on Monday, with Mrs
of District Five
call 29. good again, there should be no bit. Rhoda Sumner and Mrs. Grant
or telephone ,
Board personally portrayed detectives, cow boys your
| Bradford
serving t h egoal" Evans as the first observers" on
difficulty In our reaching As safe at home while others
i tlre and gas rationing sailors, 'soldiers and carnival long as you're are will watch from 12
duty. They
In their latest bit they fighting and dying the least do !is to give
can
in tbat much more of the Thornton InjuredIn spielers. you a to 2 P. M.. reporting every plane
the Welfare Staff Mem- Accident appear as bus drivers who later bit of your cash for the boys who're prepared to give that passes within sight or hearing

i t be done In the local Advanced Class become castaways on an unchart- their lives.arnasion. From 2 to 4 o'clock Mrs.

ead of on field visits. i Early Sunday morning police i In First Aid Bred South Sea Island. The story Sumner will again be on duty.
,
[Andrews explained that while In takes the famous comedians half with Miss Fannie Silcox Mrs..
officer W. E. Thornton, .. Heads Red Cross Chapter
Started Tuesday. around tbe'xlobe: in a combination
pervlews will in a large the line of duty, was painfully Ins way George E Sapp and Richard Ray
| have to serve as sub- lured in an automobile, accident. atteadedi'tbe' chase*..treasure-bunt and Promotion Gets CertificateAn will observe from ,4 to 6; Mrs.O..L. .
[for home visit. Inters In Twenty person encounter with>'. tribe'of dancing Llniln and Bliss Junta Par-
When his car; ran into a post To Sell Bondsw.
>e being held by Social front of the Eastern Auto store advanced tlrsaaid.Clounie. ipon- beauties Virginia .Bruce has.the honor certificate signed by fish from .ft to' 8; Miss Carolyn "

(Visitors at various point. lU neck' and back were hurt, he sored by the Red Cross,Legion and open hall leading feminine role. N.<, Carnaslon, manager of President Franklin D. Roosevelt Green and James Holllngtworto
unty which be ed In the American Entertaining novelties are provided baa been asked from 8 to 10; and Thomas L,. De
can received painful chest Injuries, Mrs. Edward the Park Theatre, and Norman H. Davis, Chairmanof I
by bus. Applications for cut entirely Tuesday night by the appearance of Tip the state organization of the Loach and a partner from 10 to
his lower was by
and lip Burns, Red Cross Executive, stated Toe eccentric dancers, the i the American Red Cross, has '
Tap ,
Assistance, Aid to thed tooth. In fact as War Activities Committee to 12 midnight.
through by a class Is
The he to the BradfordCounty
Wednesday. Sarongs Dancing;4 Girls and been awarded
to Dependent Children, he was sore Bradford County Chair- More volunters needed to
be expressed It, N. D. Walnwrlght, serve as are ,
taught by Mrs. Four Ink Spots. The sparkling of the AmericanRed
[Commodities WPA, and "from his hips up", but had no Jr., and Mrs. W. H. Hart, and is musical includes such hits man for the promotion and sale Chapter fill vacancies In the present schedule <<: y
titer service are received broken bones. had score of War Stamps and Bonds. Cram, Judge E. K. Perryman, and also In 'order that no
for those who have a "Do I Worry"and '
only as "Vln o Jingo",
[Bradford Welfare Office, Mr. Thornton had taken William previous course In first aid. "Java Jive". The motion picture Industry Is chairman. one will have to be on duty more !!

I[Starke la the County Court Billings, Plant City negro who announced that after Friday and Saturday the Park serving as, the spearhead for the l "TbU Honor Certificate", It than two to four hours each week. ,
It was
the every Thursday, had had an arm cut off by a this the class will meet from J 8 will offer a, double feature pro- September drive and has pledgedto reads, "Is awarded to the Brad. This Is the one civilian defense. '
hours of 9 A. M. and the officeof raise a billion dolara in the project that can function 100 percent
train at Hampton, to Insteadof "Men of Texas", a sweepIng -
I to 10 each Tuesday night gram. ford County Chapter for distinguished right 'now just as If bombs
: Dr. M. B. Herlong and was returning from 8:30: to 10:30. At least chonicle of.post Civil War current month. achievement in the
work
to>> the office In Starke, accident occurred. Driving southon In the class. It Is for an Imposing cast which Includes active part In the bond drive letter under date of 24 hours each faithfully now I t
: day, reporting
rite Mias Miriam Stubbs, Temple at perhaps 40 or 45 both men and women. Robert Stack, Brod Crawford, during recent months and Is per August 24 explains that "this cer. that within
plane
ervUor, District Welfare hour, he said, he met, at. responsible for sales totalIng every passe t
miles per signing for the course Jackie Cooper n n e Oywnne sonally tlflcate Is awarded to chapters observers will
Those up sight or hearing,
Green will Cove Springs: Miss another car at the Intersectionof driver' Tuesday night were: Blanche Edwards Ralph Bellamy, Jane Darwell and several thousand dollars.. The reaching their goals or' enrolling be well-equipped to render a l
arrange for appoint. Call 'and Temple, whose Leo Carrlllo. Intensified September campaignwas of their chapter -
Mth Beatrice C. Futch, Eliza 15 percent or more priceless service to their town and
the Visitor at some to know where he: d.atlnedto rate opened at the Park Theatre
"didn't seem This picture, We are facer
Lucile Brown, population.
bat beth Nasworthy, country If enemy planes ever,,soar
[ I is more convenient. Rather than run historical night with an.address by
Tuesday
wanted to 10.: I Kelly Muriel Normsui Mali among; outstanding with unprecedented tasks at this above Starke. ,
Who are already reeeiv and .perhaps : Eunice films has been State Senator Charley E. Johns "
other car
into the P. Hill Fannie Sllcox adventure time, the letter conclude, "but Please see or write H A., Carl-
* type of assistance someone, Mr. Emma, 11 total of $575 In bonds was sold
from cripple or kill given lavish treatment by smakers. A with a united membership the
IBilcox; Thelma MusgroveCatherine ton at the Bradford County Telegraph
f e Welfare Board, will be Thornton chose to run Into the Ruby \ Young; Nina Bishop, Stack and Carrlllo appear "Salute to Our IJaroes" lit l the Red Cross will continue to carryon or phone bfnv at 29, If you

tor 111 time to time to meet post. He broke his bumper and Della Rosenberg, Bessie M. Burns, as Chicago newspaper men I title of the September drive, and In the name. of the American are willing to give ss little as two

by appointment atntrally did other minor damage to his Freddie Wimberly Bobble Cameron assigned to cover the territorial every person buying a bond at a people, doing those things which i, hours per week to this work telling \ .

located 'place In car. He Is getting along all right Scootle Duke, Eva Anderson disturbances In the wide open movie theatre during the month are vital and essential to the him approximately what days '
> ,
wnunlty. If Southwe will be given a postal card addressed "
for some paces of the great war effort
JonesMarguerite ,
Evelyn Stump, Fannie : and hours would suit you best.
!
''ft'h.Person Is_ unable_ to keep New Bank Employe Deyorlo. Howell Nas during the' reconstruction period. to the man In service In I And if you haven't made your "
"''ment, ne the whose honor the bond l la pur
should notify The second feature son r rI
I Is still need
bb and N. H. Thomas Plan To Open contribution money
*, and she will arrange Miss Gloria Johns grand worthy double bill will be "The Falcon chased. It is hoped that millionsof I ed.

titer appointment, or the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J Takes Over", starring George these cards will go from the New Health Center I II I

Will 1 call at the home. Griffin of Starke ha. accepted a Sanitary Officer George Sanders and Lynn Barl, theatres, carrying a cheering mes- About 15

'eltare Board wishes to position as bookkeeper In the Now On Job and said to be one of the mos sage to men at camp and on the Sept. Home Nearly CompletedMr. i

f good service as possible Florida Bank at Starke succeeding surprise-packed: mystery films In battlefronts."I The new Lex Green Health and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith '

public under these clrcum- Milo Sponholtz, who was j. C... Hobbs, of Tallahassee, recent months. know that moviegoers In Center on Church street will open expect to move Into their new t
l.n and requestil the aselst- inducted Into the Army at Camp took up his duties Tuesday. September I this community will do their about Sept. 15, according to Dr home on Park Place either the

I applicants In bringing Blanding this week. Miss Johns 1, with the Brad ford Will Move To Bradford part," Mr. Carnaslon said In discussing Malcolm J. Ford, Director. The latter part of thin week or the '41

I Inr neCesaary Information win make her home with her County Health Unit, filling the the drive this week. building Itself has been ready for first of next. Because of the fact 'j:

|. Office to help establish grandparents. vacancy made when D. I. Slg R. L. Batten, who has been several weeks, awaiting the fur that he did much of the work ,

y. For Instance. It.S\ man entered defense work. living on a, large farm just across Selectees Inducted niahlngs. "Most of the medical himself- and secured some of .the .

y to prove age as being Receives CertificateMiss Mr. Hobbs Is a graduate of the county line. for the, past M the Bradford' County: equipment I 18 here". Dr. Ford, salt material at wholesale prices he
Ver for old Age AaalstEa Leon County High School years, will soon become a*citizenof Among Blan I yesterday; "but the office and has been able to erect a com
of the the Inducted at Camp 1
< residence' In Florida for Roberta Whitfield Tallahassee, of the class of 1933, Bradford County. The Gov selectees C Pre other furniture has not yet ar fortable and convenient home and .
week were: J. I
Farm was awarded a certificate emment Is buying his Clay County ding this the require ,
I Yearul State and received the B. S. degree Joe Sis-' rived" still stay within legal :
atelypreced upon com of the watt Jr, Milo Sponholtz, I
r o i 'of attendance from the University of Florida, property for use as part Hicks Jack There will be only two emergency ments.
I e of application for Old pletlon of the five-weeks Bandmaster' Gainesville, in 1937. During the Crystal Lake Air Support Bas trunk Clarence Harold Griff, Pete bed In the center, the ap-: The Smiths have been living la '

latance and Aid to the School recently conseluded five-year period since that time and Mr. Batten will soon build Sporne. Prevatt, Elsie (Pat) proprlatlon not being sufficientfor J. H. Denmark's house on Weller r
L.EVidence of age reslf at the college for women he has been teaching In the High a new home on property adjoin Dyal, Lester Raymond the opening and operating of Street since coming to Starke .
lid The school was D.. W. Moore farm on Griffin, Fred Bryant
the
weeks
f CItizenship should be In Tallahassee. School at Cottondale, near Marl Ing '" and Brlnce Roberta a hospital. several ago.
to nationally-
of Bryant
the Office at the time under the direction anna. Road 28. .
llcatlon Is mode. known bandmasters.

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The Bradford County Telegraph outgrowth of wanton submarine UaI&

b"M ) Established "* Brazilian shipping within her own FAREWELL: PARTY

1 A\B.M.BBR It took great courage for Brazil to By E. R. homier Honoring her five granddaughters

; I because of the thousands of BRIDGE CLUB Elizabeth, Geraldlne Patsy. Author
"How
+ .N FLORIIU PRESS ASSOOAEON' war of to Win '
were Cox Frfendj"
flowers and Lois Irene
} Many beautiful Mary Bea
$ and Germans in that country. But
NAnaw.EDrroRIALASsOcIA11ON'Ig used by Mrs. M. E. Grimier when who are leaving soon for their and Influence: People."
Nt L4 1rh declaration of war has united Brazil entertaining the Thursday bridge new home In South Carolina, Mrs.R. p

h t E SlI Yearly, $1.75: ; SIX: Months, 1.00 the same response that a similar club last week. Mrs. J. O. Godwin H. Cox gave a lovely law
tion unified the United States the day scored high and Mrs. Robert party Friday afternoon Inviting
i 1Iea.! Kite bingo. Mrs. Griner served 13 friends of the honorees to be
Entered v
is ? faMJahed Weekly on FrlAJ and Pearl Harbor. delicacies mad without sugar, guest Games of several kinds

d ni Claw Matter at the Port Office at SUrke. FIarl Significantly, Brazil did not declare and coffee to her guests. were enjoyed by the children, directed THEY WOULDN'T
.
} MAKE
Mary Joe Caldwell.Ice 30
on Japan. There have ,been several ] Mr. C. J/Burcb ,of Daytona by cream cones and cookies Recently I talked to one of the largest CALLs

rl Voluntary Abstinence tions for this, the chief one having Beach wa. "aa overnight guest of were served and a good time was world. This man tried his em P,I
Fri-
it May Decide 'War, Bishop Says with the fact that the relations Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Robinson had by all deepte the fact thatIt todoorsselling; and succeeded so well that h h 'al t

day.Mr. was a farewell party. Those other men to sell the product he manufactnri! ?"*
Chile and Brazil are growing more and Mrs. Roy Fisher mov- He
The nearness of World Wall to the pres- Invited were Lila Ray, June, worth millions. He hires thousands of salesl. II
Worthington
and Chile has some 4,000 miles of coast ed Saturday to Peggy, and Prances Caldwell, -and about half of
fail
conflagration has enabled those that circumstances them. to make
ent global Springs. We regret the gradvep:
,
I
Helen Whltfleld, Betty Williams,
which is undefended. The recent him why. He said the chief
and to leave our reason
forced them
Vii" in middle life to observe many parallels, Grace and Sara was: the'
Caroline Bradley
11 the forces of the United States in the ] community.Mr. make 30 calls a !day. Naturally that 2
was
Bo- T
of alcoholic liquors, their use Crews, Marie Williams and not
the question mon Islands has given Chile a sense and Mrs. M. E. Griner tavla Richardson of Starke; Kenneth son; but he declared it was the chief reason n *$
ef-
and abuse, and their relation to the war curity it did not have before, spent the week-end with Mrs.: Tyus, EnnIs Bradshaw Jr., they hung around the office;. they wrote letters- r*

,, fort has come prominently to the fore. Frank Edmonds at Melroae. and Jimmie Warren. Adult relatives all kinds of excuses; they refused to force th.they A!"

I 41 ec1' At a meeting of the Catholic Total Abstinence friendship to Brazil rather than Miss Lorene Moncrief has returned of the children present pound the pavement until they had interviewed m. j?
,
li, Y. This action of Brazil has had a from a ten-day visit with I were Mrs. J.. B. Treadwell great pective customers a day. Umty)
N.
.7e Union held in Buffalo, found effect on South America. relatives In Marlanna. I grandmother, Mrs. :J. M Bradley I realize that a man might make fifty calls .

i Bishop John A. Duffy told the delegates to Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins ; and Mrs. Rt H. Cox/grandmothers still fail if he didn't have the right article right'?1 l land
the
the convention that control of liquor by the observers say that this will now make leave Tuesday; for Tallahassee to and-Mrs. O. I*. Cox, mother, the ability to meet and deal with people <

action of the American people first in influence in that continent., a ] meet Mrs. Stubbins' brother, 1st I Mrs. Ennts Bradshaw% aunt, and repeat, this man who hires ten thousand ; Butts
voluntary
factor that will winy long held by Argentina whose Claas Seaman Albert Lewis Bu- I Mrv Rhodn Beck, great aunt: of said his biggest problem. was to get men salesmen who ?
be the deciding the ..honorees. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell would
may Castillo continues to favor the Axis. ford, who Is on a three day leave hard'at interviewing people week after
t I the war. from his post of duty. Mrs .!* A. .Shepherd and month and after week, month
d year year.
1 Brazil's declaration of war now I
Jo Caldwell assistedIn
Miss Mary
r This theme has many ramifications.There Miss Roberta Whltfield return If you, are a salesman, remember these
, possible to utilize the "bulge" which fiveweeks'stay entertaining two ?
ed from
Saturday a First the only time
have
who you ever a chance
are undoubtedly many persons its shores about 1,600 miles from In Tallahassee where she re- CHURCH SERVICESA is when to
money you are actually
j'
feel that if the adult population of the special! musical Instruction.Mr. talking to somZ,
Africa. This would have enormous candlelight service was held can buy your product. Second remember
United States, which is somewhere around and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Sunday evening at the club house and the easiest to make that to!
f fluence in protecting South America way way more calls
and
the week-end with Mr. is
75,000,000 went of their own accord, all spent Chaplain i.., A. Shepherd preacheda goal for yourself and force
yourself to live totCt
keeping open the sea lanes for Mrs. C. A.- McRae and family at up
out for totyl l abstinence from the use of intoxicating good sermon" on "The Recoveryof Goodwin Watson says, in his public affairs
I'I''f' the United Nations.Destination Conviction. A larger congre- pampb@;
liquors for' the duration of the Mrs, Lk Keene of Whitehouse, gation than usual was present. titled, "How Good Are Our Colleges"="The kriow'
her two sons, Toney and Har- that counts, for any individual, is what he has
S in We need such services.
: war in the interest of greater efficiency ,more really
I old the latter serving in the tered and has worked into his thinking as a
the production of goods needed in the war : TokyoThe Navy and Miss Lois Coleman, Frank E. Yanaros, Jr., returned understanding." readvi

effort, and if this fact could be brought Solomon Islands campaign spent Thursday'with. Mr. and Tuesday from a business and How much of the knowledge that you acquired In

,# to the attention of the rulers of the Axis not be considered isolated action. Claude Johns. pleasure trip, visiting his parentsIn have you worked into your thinking as a ready at
as an
Miss Jewell, Thornton has re- Ft. Pierce.
understanding? My to the
nations, they might realize that they were is, part of a long-range drive 'to' to her, home In Auburn- Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. W. be: precious little guess as average person

fighing a people that could not be beaten. unloosen the Japanese from key after visiting. her'aunt, Mr N. North spent Monday shopping
*. S. Crews" In Jacksonville ,
t r There are those who use liquor as an positions. The last goal in that drive Mr. and Mr*. Curtis Malone..of R. PV; : Stubbln! ,1. Sr.:, IRas returned not make the visit planned to Bradley, left Tuesday kl

Jr' escape from their troubles, even though but be Tokyo itself. Butler;'ffcent Thursday and from a brief visit with Florida but because of scarcityof relatives In Mt Dora

a temporary escape. However, they well with their parents Mr, his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Pulley teachers In her vicinity has Mr, and Mr J H. lit
The Marines who led the attack Mrs W. E. Malone. accepted a position 'near Elrod,
in Tallahassee.Earl Jacksonville
know that in a critical time like the present, accompanied II
resent the best equipped, best trained A large number of children M. Rlcharde and f
Johnson of Deland was a Ky.Mrs. childra
any attempt to escape the realities whichwe started to school Monday in H. K. and Kenneth
best commanded troops this country recent visitor at the home of Mr. Ityua sons, Tuesday o n theIr Win|
all face, no matter how grim, is' a form Butler and Raiford.J. and Mrs.. L,. F, Chapman. and Harold are visiting relatives Jacksonville Beach and i
from the Solomons
Every
report R. Kite: left Wednesday for in Tallahassee.Mrs. overnight,
of disloyalty if not outright treason to
Mrs. W. H. Byne of
that visit with Daytona -
his
mother
they fought
magnificently-and near
J. L. Robinson
i their country. Beach Is visiting her sister, Mrs. was a Mrs Irene B. Wliitto,
justice to the highest traditions of Flying low over, Tenn.one of our H. L. Parker at the home of her visitor in Lake City Monday. gone to Winter Park MI I

can arms. And they ,were given Monday. in Army filer open daughter, Mrs. J. L. Robinson. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and son, ness trip
was
Brazil's Declaration Of 'War
Joe of
ordinated support by other down. Assistance was Mrs R. H. Tyson! has returned Hampton. spent Sunday
Of Vast Importance To Allies and from with Mr. and Mrs. U A. Wig. THE OLD REL
branches.It him in a short while a visit of several weeks with '

The entrance of Brazil into the war is the beginning of the end Miss went Bunny,merrily CThornton on his way.la visit. and her son Mrs and Harry daughter-In-law.Tyson in Miami.Mr. gins.Billy Crockett of Macclennywas artic If you to relieve need a headache good Untmir!* !

i makes twenty-nine allies now in the Japan. her sister jMrs>. Edith Bran- Mrs. EnnIs Bradshaw and Mrs. Jr., Sunday.Mrs.the guest. of Claude Johns, or that lazy tired fediowtaj

." r ';" ;'. .... !fJl.4"i' ,. In N.Lake Butler.A. G. 1. Cox spent Tuesday In J. B. Treadwell of Stat- temporary constipation, ili(

" ,, ,', f"" Holiday. left Monday to Gainesville. ham, Ga., after spending several be sure you let
: AT hl.mother ,and sister from Friends of Mrs.' L. O. Sheffield days with her son-in-law and HERBINS

'.: :' JIr : LOOKING. .LAWTEY will return fto'St./' here shortly.Petersburg, will regret to hear that she will daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ALL DKUOSTOIOl

,' Infl'. 1 : 1\1\ F. R. 'that'f Mrs.' :J.' Mi. HSrabree accom
, .
;//\4\ ;;:- .,; hit t ( mo 1'ft' er, :"Mrs: J. F. Wil J,a.
t I and Miss Dorothy Williams !
qp' IMPORTANT MEETING : L.WTEYPTIST CHURCH RESTRICTIONS NEEDED I their home In Trenton Friday.

t' Monday, Sept. 7, at 8:30: P. M., Pastor Forbee E. Fuller hug been Saturday' news advises I .. Williams' and daughter will 7ioitJ1f4 IJHlPti1n9

H la the date scheduled for town holding Revival meetings all this Senator Norris 0 f this week to Wewahitchka,
? ,I,1 meeting at the Lawtey School week at the Graham Baptist backing Senator Claude Miss Williams will teach.

auditorium, which will be held In Church. This series' concludes of Florida In the fight to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and

the Interest of the local Aircraft Saturday, Sept. 5. nate all poll tax. Instead of Kite were supper guests of
Warning Service Observation Communion services will be held ing it easier to vote, our '. and Mrs. Vance Geiger Thurs-

tors p; Corps. Army personnel from the Sunday Immediately following themorninl' would be'reatly night In Jacksonville. .You can '
Signal Corps In Jacksonville will sermon. All who love some restrictions were put Mr. and Mrs.. Ivan Paramore .a .

give a' lecture, and motion pictures the Lord Jesus' as Savior are core ,' voting. The Senate enacted Jacksonville were week-end
Illustrating the whole workIngs dially invited to partake. islation allowing soldiers to of Mr and Mrs. Claude it

0 f this vitally Important Young People's Service will be I without the payment of poll spot every time
phase of our national defense setup held at 7:30: P. M. and the Even- and a soldier must be literate Mrs. H. Goodman and son,
will be ahown. There la no ing Evangelistic Service at 8:30. fore he can be Inducted into returned to .New York

admission charcoEveryone \ Monday, Sept. '7, Is WorldWide : service have of Uncle voter Sam so why day. the campus or off, Coca-Cola has that extra some
take
Is urged to be present Day of Prayer. Christians test and every an and returning each night. We ON

at 8:30: sharp The motion picture everywhere are gathering to pray knows how give to vote.evidence that that there are no that rates with youth.That's why CocaColaa
will be Interesting and helpful that men might seek God'a face, Many In Jax.
dons particularly
in understanding Just how you and turn from their wicked'Ways won because of small ones, Bryan Reddish of Jacksonville long as a civilian can help Immeasurably of forsaking Him. Prayer will be lack of illiteracy! or building a house on his place In
In this work of reporting made also that God' Hand knowledge of how, to Six. after
mightbe 'FrIday' plans to re- set year Choicest
It la our. belief year. special ingredients and
that, with all ; j ,
every airplane that Is seen or felt in this awful day of blood to Lawtey someday as a
spect for an Illiterate 'I..
heard. None of us know when shed; that His will might be accomplished good reasons, had no who, farmer. Just how that special care In its making give Coca-Cola a special' "
the enemy Is going to strike and and that nations will to obtain to 'Friday' we do not

,Il let, us not be caught sleeping. If call upon the Name of the Lord. erate voters an should education be only but will be glad to have refreshing taste and quality. "'
there are watchmen in the towerat Program and his nice family back.
select the
.' I 1r' Lawtey. as there should be, 24 Tuesday Sept. 8, 3 P. M., WMUat country. political Besides officers of Miss Betty Brlghtwell of Jack- '
; '. a hours every day and every day the church. Election of officers salary of Congress to reducing retunred to her home This unique taste comes from a finished art in its
o' of the ,
week, at least we here can for new year. A new series Its scale morning after spending ,
present
feel we feel
that we, an a local com of has days with Mr. and Mrs. making unknown
meetings begun In the placing the voting In the to others. ..a blend of flavor. eta"&
munity, are doing in
our part this rural areas, around Lawtey, where of the mentally efficient H. Hill.
fense.particular phase of national de women are meeting together inthe more than any other thing Mrs. R. E. Matthews arrived essences merging the ingredients of Coca-Cola

various homes for weekly fresh our politics.METHODIST from Oconomowoc, Wls>", ,
Understand that this meeting "Settlement' meetings On the she has been for several into a taste all its own. And it leaves that be?
.s not only for Observers, nor only first night April 25th there were CHURCH visiting her. sister, Mrs. B. un s

'or those who are qualified and 63 In attendance at the home of Rev. Herbert Hazzaxd. Pa tor.Sunday Day. mistakable after-sense refreshment that
ntereated In the Observation Bryant Wllkerson. A good time School at 10. We are happy to advise the ;

!cork but for the whole town and of singing the old-fashioned Gospel Morning Worship, at 11. of "uncle" Don Fryer that everybody recognizes. and welcomes.
community. It is hoped that the songs, prayer, and a Bible sermon ject '"Labor and Its is Improving. He was stricken ;,?

auditorium will be packed, which made for an enjoyable, Inspirational Throughout the year." I and at the time little en- S e i
will Indicate to the Army personnel gathering Evening service at 8 P. 'M. .1. nent was given by his a $
who come that we are in- The second "Settlement" meetIng H. Carter Hardin -"' as to' hut tiitlmate recov Ifs natural for
popular
tere ted In this important part of was held two nights l followingat But Uncle Don expebts to w _name,to acquire friendly abbre.tatIoIu. ft| '
erintendent will preach the .. That' why ek:
our country' defense. the up and around you hear CocaCota ,,
home of Mrs. Lizzie Pre- mon and hold the Conference.Cleon 'I again shortly. called Coke 'r, '
Pleasu tell your friends about vatt. Another good time of fellowship Famous last words heard on CocfrCoIa and Coke mean the tame thing .. the J9 f ;L '
this meeting urging them to at- was enjoyed by all In at (Cooter) Wooten street. 'You can't'tear my the." "a single thing coming from ; vial ;
, tend. tendance. soldier. Cooter was sister and get off with it'. and well a singl..oorce,1
,1 known to the
The next "Settlement" meetingwill Blanding and sent to said that? community.

A TRIBUTE be held on Tuesday Sept. 8, vile for assignment Monday.
The greatest tribute we can pay at the home of Troy Bennett. All expects to be connected with
to the late Clarence Davla Is that 9
S rural people are Invited.' Time Air Corps. Sentinels > .
he was our good'friend. Possessorof
8:30
: P. M. Will H. (Chief W. F.)
a body with
dynamic energy and
spent the weekend with of
his Health
i strength far beyond his pounds YOUNG PEOPLE ORGANIZE ily here. The Chief Is
r and the most exuberant spirit we The young people of the Methodist with an Ice Don't Neglect Them
' have ever known, he was a man's Church of Lawtey company in Jax. .
organized I Nitur dMlcnxl ew! k man and that, with his\ many a "Youth Fellowship" under the Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. .......Ioua job. Th.ir Uutt I* to "..,the
H. flowing blood .tr..ai f...of s n .za.r of r .
I Edwards were in ,
other a
leadership of
attributes endeared him to Miss Catherine torte Imp..l1... Tho .at of llvlof-lift
1 his friends He was a man who Young, as Counselor. villa Saturday. Mrs. :!\ __ /-. eonitantly producing ....

will be remembered by his individuality The following officers were being attended by a tha mattar blood tha If ktdaaya(ood .haata must I ll ramovo to anduro.Whaa from.
by his clever sayings elected: President. Easley Shu physician.One I". kldnaya 'faU to function aa
N.t.... InbDd.... t...... la rotantloa of
;i ; and mannerisms, by his belief In ford; Vice-President Jean Edwards of Lawteys moat _... that! may gUM .body-wldo dlatraaa. -

I his convictions and the willingness ; Secretary, Paul Dfnklns; boys was inducted into the 0...haadaaho may ..Ir.,.attacka... log of baokaoha.panriauat clluln ... A )Y / fJfIrL1rJl
to back them up. Sufficeit treasurer, Philip Shuford. at Blanding Monday.\ J. C. fattlnc up ..(..... awaiting. prow e
to say that no one can ever The young people will hold their vatt. Jr.. Is now with hla l 1 warn I".. .)_foal trod, a.nea..ll I

completely take the place of Clarence meetings ,on Sunday evening before Sam. This boy has many worn out.Proquaot.. (canty or .barnln paann : : 54"Lem
v Davla. the evening service. who wish the best for 'Jake' ara aomatimaa"".r ."Id..... ot kid- :

Mr. and Mrs. :J. H. & "fa or bladder. :l-dbO-: traatmaat cO ..e if the Colte'. In". and off
We have just been advised that Miss Omega Dukes of Cocoa and children were .la a dlurotia_ie1D.to h.lp tha kldaayaKrld enjoy 7cuing ritual of refrehmmt.a they troop ro

,re, Johnnie Bennett of Lawtey has spent several days here with her I Jacksonville last week-end. .o.<'axeaaa. PU.polaoaooa Th.y bus"body had waxa.moro ('cula:! .,1lpedal" In thew war ....y. when CUBlom there'.r r.

arrived safely In Ireland. He was aunt Mrs. L. H. Futch. parents of Mrs. Redgrave. Mr. than. forty yoara of publia approval... Araoadoraad bejtfrbOTTtED
Inducted several months ago at Mrs. AI Manassa and Miss\ Mr., O. J. Anders, reside 0...'.. Sold tko at country all drat 0"atoraa.DOANS laala. oa The best is always :! e

Bland ing. This column will be Jewell Reddish were shopping I In W, Fred Moore Is a

e 1 glad to supply any addresses of Jacksonville Thursday o f last villa commuter, leaving dally PILLS UNO" AUTHOIITY THI eocA.eoi COMPANY .Y

buys in foreign service. week. his job with the shipyard In j STARKE COCA.COLA BOTTLING CO.


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In this race against time, in this fight of Democracy This is no easy job for there is no miracle in war .

against savage totalitarianism<< labor IS the balance of no magic wand to wave that will destroy our enemies.

power; the laboring man IS the key man. Work is the only true miracle. It is the miracle that will c

.lIe,4 save America!
, Today's' struggle is being won' not only on the field '1 -i"'",

It < ::-. .. of battle but in the field of industry, on the farm, and by '','
.': millions of civilians doing a hundred-and-one everyday '. We must match machine for machine, and then outmatch -

tasks that must be done. Everywhere there is the cry .'N out-work, out-class, out-wit the enemy!

for "More guns!More planes! More ships! More clothing! .it

More food! More-more-="more!" ,- .
Liberty, Justice and Freedom are being forged in the

Our men in the armed forces know that their com shops, on the farms, and in business by the man behind

rades on the home front are seeing to it that there is a the man at the gun-the man of the moment! To him we

continuous supply of all these things so necessary' to dedicate this day LABOR DAY! To him we dedicate

Victory. our faith-our future! .
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P. S..Stores, Lie Hart Furniture Co. The Spotlight
Electric Shoe Shop

Barn ey' '. Popcorn Stand J. H. Courtmanch-Watchmaker. Titus Olson-Com. RefrigerationW. Across: From I'ark Theatre

Paramount Grill Berryman Apartments W. Edenfield Jewelry Columbia Military DistributorsS.

'" Eastern Auto Supply Union Lunch RoomDenmar'
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!a+; A Wi'; '_ SOCIETY and CLUBSA. W. S. C. S. Circles dark tect piece the secret!is fine supposed, but Spencerlan methinks to be hand a I deep de-of Henry Mrs. Arthur Manassa Manassa, and their'and child-Mrs., I Jacksonville rev are Pending Beach! ttlrl.,.


Circles of the Woman's Society somewhere in the Lr2525Z5Z5t5Z52l S S S Saws? tIlI"'c: __
-- ---- --- Scootie Duke ----
; 1 of Christian Service: will me e t I right, 'or am I
Am FUNERAL
+ A. L. Alvarez Celebrates Ladies AuxiliaryAfter Dr. Estornelle To SpeakAt Tuesday afternoon, September 8, offing DIRECTOR5My
Woman's Club at 3:30: o'clock.. The change: is right?, Many Years Experience' Makes It possible T1
N Birthday Anniversary
for
a month's vacation, the Tuesday EFFICIENT PROMPT and ? 'q
to
made from
Monday, COUKT.OtS:
Suwan- I
Counter Capers: :Marie ( : si\t
r'' Saturday was the. 67th birthday Ladies'Church Auxiliary will of meet the Presbyterian next The Woman's Club will hold the because Monday is Labor Day anda nee River) Downing celebratin' MODERATE PRICES : >
ti anniversary of Police Chief A. L'I September 8, first meeting of the fall season general holiday, therefore, many her 19th birthday behind Canova' DeWITT C. JONES
afternoon.
Tuesday on Wednesday September. 9, at circle, members will hays! companyon : Wednesday Stvrke. "
Alvarez and the event waa cele at 4 o'clock at the Manse. Mrs. fountain Florida
four o'clock at the club hou.e,1, that day. .
brated Sunday when Mrs. Alvarez B. C. Holtzendorf II I hostess, and Surely can take a lot of klddln'for
201 North Walnut
ter was hostess to a large number the young people will have chargeof St. Circle hostesses are as follows: 92 pounds, 4 feet an' 11 In- ant
of relatives and friends who came the program. Mrs. K. G. Duncan, chairman Circle One.; Mrs Titus Olson; ches! Hear, Ethel Taylor is
I of program, baa Invited as guest Hutto and ,
Circle Two, Mrs L. S- ; "donothln'gonowhere"vacationthe
in to spend the day. I Mrs. C. H Ward and Mrs. W. enjoyln a
o' A bountiful "birthday dinner"was will have of speakers Dr. C. Eatornelle, Field Circle Three, Mrs. Sam Anderson. kind that really
I A. Bonham charge
enjoyed at 1 o'clock, and the the flowers for the Church for Director, American Red Cross, Circle Two -will meet at the recre- does you good See Dot Gray

rd w? Chief received many useful gifts. the month of September, Miss Camp Blending; and Mla Mary ation building augmentln' the force at the Gem i I
Hunt, Assistant Field Director, tJ
J Among those enjoying: the day Lucile Mitchell, vice-president, baa Jewelry Co. How'H the sol -
f American Red Cross, Camp Blanding -
M 9 with Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez were: announced.J. Caryl Janice Birdsong diers be able to concentrate on
rh 1 Px J Mrs. J. D. Newman and son, Mr. They will speak on the ,, the jewels Inside the showcases,

y; '44L*,.5' and Mrs. R. E., Alvarez and John Alvarez and lion, Mr. and Mrs subject of Camp- and- Hospital Mr. and Mrs.-Thomas Birdsong with a jewel like; that behind '\", OUR '
1 Alvarez, all of Ocala; Mr.. Unnle R. B. Alvarez and :family, Mrs. Service: of Washlngtonu, D. C., announce' them or''. Glimpsed Marjorie Col- STORE IS PACKED WITH

Tulle! Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Julia Bryant, Mrs. Theo Tyson Miss'Evelyn Stump, club presi- the birth of a daughter, Caryl ley an' chlllun back :from a swell 'GIFTS. SUITABLE FOR ALL OG
s"tNFI + r Lh Alvarez Mr.. and Mr. N. and Mr. and Mr. Fred Sapp dent, will preside over a half- Janice, on August 14. Mrs. Birdsong vacation in the mountains of CASIONS. '

I hour bualnesa session, and at 4:30: formerly Miss Dot Meri- Tennessee Hear Ernie Dow- WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP

rw Dr. Estronelle will speak. wether, is a sister of Mrs. Kay ling Is corporal now Jus THEM: IN BEAUTIFUL '
"Club members are urged to be Wilson, employe at Camp BlandIna' can't keep those Starke boys WRAPPING READY GIF I

present and visitors .will be cordially .- and was herself with the down Chief Lonzi is proud as IF IT IS FOR TO MAIL

welcomed. Wolfe-McLeod Construction Com- Punch over that pair of shoes begot STARKE WE SOMEONE I 8
1 Hostesses Mrs. O. L. WILL DELIVER
: Beaaley, pany for awhile, for his birthday las' Sattlday
chairman, Mrs. 0. L. Haynes, FOR YOU
My' idea of a REALLY.. use-
Mrs. M. F. Brown. Mra, R., F. Baptist Circles :ful'present .. '
STARKE 1RL.A Demorest: Mrs. J. Wv Horne and iln".tt .. WE ALSO 'CARRY A FINE
Mrs. Vonda Inman. The regular 'monthly business! I OF GREETING LINE
Joe Milo CARDSarpentei''i
SItrunk
Sponholtz
and Royal Service program of the
Bonnie Deri BerrymanMr Baptist W. M,. $, will be held in an' Clarence Hicks were among
b BEGINNING SUNDAY the Church at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday those rating an O. K. from Uncle!
SEPT. 6TH
and :Mrs. Bonnie B. Berry- afternoon. Circle One will Sam at Camp Blanding this week>

; THROUGH THURSDAY, SEPT. 10TH man announce the birth of a son, present the program. Hear Vernon Silcox was returned Cx
to civilian life because of
-- Bonnie Berl Berryman, on July 7,
air-wrt.itM., ,,_ ? ,..mmttwsin in-\ ,, ji&wtrWlfaTITANIC In the Alachua County Hospital, RULED INDEX CARDS-Sxfti high blood pressure Richard
Gainesville. tCarolyn 91 per BRADFORD CODA'I'Y Long an' Theodore Young also
; A TROPICAL FROLIC. drew 'disabilities Seems. that TilE :32a* ,DRUGSTORE. t
f, >
I ,t Ward Morehouse, the guy who -
race-paced with laughs and lu-WOW lovelies made Starke's ears burn with a

Callstreet 4 ticle (later ,incorporated In a
Illnll book, by the way) Is coverin' the I
I
From where ]
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war scene in Britain now One
BUDaTlaVaWlPBI
t lwe Should old acquaintance be for thrillln' experience of ridln' an of his recent articles, dispatched .,

we / LOUCOSTEILO got? chattin' with General Chennault from "Aboard a Troop Train,
Why absolutely no! (chief of the famed Flying Tigersin British Isles" says: "I am in .a

Though, far away, I'm here to China).':, on her. return from crowded compartment occupiedby .t j'Jpe: Marsh

J4)) say. Chicago .>.,..:Seems the Gen was cfflcers( -a colonel, a lIeuten-
"y, r We miss (those boys-and so on ,his ,way )''fopa,. hurried visit ,en.an"colonel, a major and Capt.
In a line or two I'll' tell to you home in Alabammy i ". Some Ben Sternberg of Starke Fla.,
The latest I have heard. people have all theluckl! .' .See' | who was a light heavyweight on WHEN I drop Into Sam Abernethy's us, where did you/ pi il
i t And If they ask who told you this, Ito Merryday (ex-visitor at St. West Point's boxing team for tore, I usually come away with side,private inform u.r
w g
; + Just say "a little bird". Mark's rectory) droppln' in for a three years." Well, whatd'yaknow something worth remcmberln'. Well, sir I I never
Ralph K. Rhodes, the air cadet, last look at Starke before en- about that? J If you run Sam's our town's most successful mad since tem Hirtlrtl nT

Has made ,,a solo flight terln train In' to become a nurse into Ward again, Ben, give him storekeeper and he's not one to do chased the eat into be! pttiJrel.
wukVIRGINIA I'll bet those wings upon his shirt Add new victims of the of' those much
one light heavyweight talking,sinless he figures he's .And I guest I nevtrstii
4 BRUCE Are sure a pretty sight. feather bob: Dooley Davis, Rob punches for me, .an' tell him ,it's really got something to say. crawfish out of i plact fuul
W C. Rhoden still "at home": erta Whitfield an' that dignified from fellow did.
: rf t ROBERT PAIGE Camp Rucker Alabammy; school marm -Evelyn Stump 'Carolyn. Last even In' he said "kilt,.. ,. e oC
LEIF ERIKSONlioni Writes he's dola; his very best Glimpsed youthful Bonnie Jean Thinking it one i iftem
f r I f f. Alain For dear ole Uncle Sammy. Hawkins back #Jn town after an Stranger was in the store. And came to the concliuin

I ,'" \ Ka Wjni 0 J. Anders, Inman Green absence of two years Appears We Can Re-Cap All Popular Ben Ryder, Homer Bentley and got the real lysttn f r.t
r i % 7s. and (Than whom there are no finer) quite "grown-up" an' all that Size. Tires From 600-16 to some others were talkin'about the folks who throw tack id|

.4 TIE FOUl III SPOTS ,+ Stationed now together at sort o' thing .: 825-20 Inclusive scrap collection when this :feller around free and cujliU
New River, North Ca'llna. -A. Brine IB v... Tire CrrtlfIrate sort of horned in...

L.# And so it goes-the list la long Quite a compliment for Call St., HAROLD HARDEN "I hear these collections Frinstance I t r> fxtdi actiat' .
Borne fancy
scrap pretty
Original Seraon Play. True Boardnun Nat Parrln John Grant Of guys I miss, by COllI1There'l in the return of W. M. Carter Third A Reid !It.. are a lot a bunk," he says "Fact jugglin'done by sontattel
Dana Originated and Staged by Kalh.rin Dunham Eaton Jordan, far away. from Koch's (Arcadia) to Koch's Palatka, Fla. .Phone 9168. of the is this
matter junk they'regathering the
right enfold; 11
r Directed by ERLE C. KENTON Associate Producer ALEX GOTTLIEBA At ole Fort Lewis, Wash. (Starke) Seems he was given oppose
ain't for makin'steel.
no we lions of decent
people a
MAYFAIR PRODUCTION A UNIVERSAL PICTURE And Sgt Hazen, known as Dan,, his pick of'the'two locations an'''
Just a waste of time gettin'it friendly glass' of beer itaJ
{ Now stationed at Spence Field;; chose to,return to or midst b L together,,J" .. ., want to.Lately.. '
GET
FRIDAY YOU CAN '
& W.
SATURDAY T.
SEPT: II12 Weeks'far, far abroad Welcome:Jc! -. 'Spied Mar-
(Location not revealed). jorIe Grider.; tother' day, openln' a REAL RELIEF At that point Sam steps in., I've been Mkmoj
We miss 'em very greatly now cablegram .trom'omewhere in folks the same kind thdat<

From"Main"the street that's known as Britain" ', Cupid's surely get- farm ACID him"Jest with a minute"a cold and he says steely fixing eye. that Sam asked. n
monaerln'ltrangr Tryiljinext
tin in some distance
long archery "May I inquire where them
J you got
But it'll be a grand homecomln'When INDIGESTIONCarpenter's time heir injMM
these days! See Charles Pen- so-called facts?" ,
they're all at home again! der back at his old Ritz Theatre Ing derogatoryyou renurki-w
stand Remember way back i The stranger hems and haws, it's against the war <(oit..

rR L \11 the sva-golng reporter said when the Ribs was the one an' and Sam advances on him grim just against beer.

when lie rowed away on his first only?' How we have progressed BISMA-REX and unsmilin'.

i. assignment; "I'll be back in a r Freddie Wimberly is "Name your authority, sir" lie 9e lt ?
sloop with a scoop!" An' here justifiably proud of her Girl says And he wasn't kiddin'l "Tell
fHE SPIRIT OF I SAM HOUSruji.TEXAS' I t tI 'tis: 'Sa darlln' daughter for I Scouts Well,, who wouldn'tbe

GREATEST HERITAGE! Tommy an' Opal (May) Gomez ? They're, a fine aggregation Drug Store
Horn Monday night In the ""' UaUjf''
0. 41 of a Scries' Copyright, 1942, Bnuing
Molding I, a Mighty Slot l.rtmth Blanding .
I lations! .. .hospital. Tommy'll have Congratu- The fact that-there's so little ",,,.-.-.----".,..,.,..".,.....'..".'.'."...,...,.......,.,...........,...............,.....,"'.nxnx."......,...,...... I1"IIIIIIIII..I'"III.I'.1I11I1111'11""IIIII'"IIII"'IIII''I' '! '' _,. ,;_" -
ReddiKt, Rowdiisl Uays of more '' /'' '' 1"IIIIIIII'1/' / ''' '''' '"!"!"['
Inspiration now than ever to win genuine gratitude )In this ole world
r Redder Ttxas Wildes'' Decadtl those fights ". -. Personal nomination must have made it even more

for the most euphonious of thrillln' for'\Grace Wainwright an'
recent arrivals: Bonnie Bert Ber- Edna Hart when theIr first aid JUSTARRIVED

ryman sonanhelr of the B.B.: Bs "graduating Qlaaa" presented them .
: I keep sayln' it over an' over with handsome alligator leather :

Should make a swell song vanities this week '. Equally '
: title Do my eyes deceive appreciated was the clever bit of

me or has Eva (Mrs. R. S.) Fer- poesy that accompanied, the gift:

nandez bobbed her hair? .
4 South Wound Under
A I 4mr "rt ,
Please accept this little token
Hear Claire St. Peter had the
You shore eArVted It, we ain't
jokln'. -

You have learned us all you
t .r1r know'd;
TRY ASIZZLING I
Gas all outta your tank you'verode.
u ,". ", UNUSUALLY LARGE SELECTION

HOT We who up from under cameth 7'I '
Feel that we. are not the sameth; ,? .
:; : MEN'S & BOYS'
Compound fracture
WESTERNSTEAK shock or bite, '. .'.: .
We:scan treat the victim right. .

,I.I I. Be It breath In' he ain't doin'. FALL PANTS AND SUITS
We. know now that he ain't ruIn-
I ed. *;4'.'

u 6......, We won't run U desperationAll -

t ROBERT STACK BROD CRAWFORD he needs respiratlon! '', tj

Should Pass we.find'a limb that's bent. i "f' ; :."' _. : LADIES;& CHILDREN'S
us. the
.ple.se two-way ,
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JACKIE {
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GWYNNE .. IIpUnt. .4';;" i'" .

RALPH BELUMY JANE DARWELL AT THE Heatstroke o. : body*prone and still- SPORTS DRESSES AND SKIRTSMEN'S
eSunstroke *
D's'.4. lIy LEO CARRIUO I : head should have a '

RAY ENRICH. \ )tkl Utll IMlH tlclHf K r& M. pillow.All ; '

... .... ,.ttetL6ttpad these, things! we've learned I '
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an" more ; r,
.. .. CAFEComer Things we before. DRESS & SPORT SHIRTS
Maw a knowed
nevejc
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PiWyMij C6OPGC WAGG*tft A UNI Vt US At HCTUM Hope you'll feel. some slight elation

d NUNN BUSH & JARMAN SHOES
''h ,DOUBLE FEATURE Of Walnut &: That we know our obligation.: .

Blessings on tee), noble..dames. ,.: .. '

4 NEWEST ROMANTIC'' ADVENTURES WITH Madison, J Henceforth, we1!! u p h o I d tour .. FOR MEN
.r 'HE srAIl' I ,claims.. ;; "I{';' u .
; WHO PLAYED "THE SAINrOn ,

niaM crime ears Authorship. .of this little maater-. .

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.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS i Miss her Isabel position Fernandes as a has faculty resigned In Mrs the! office H. Thomas of Dr L.former L. Jennings nurse Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, who has S. S. Dowling ban PAGE returned FIVRMrs. ,

member at F. S. W. C. and left has accepted a position at the been visiting her son-in-law and home after upending ten days

John, D. W. McClel- Mrs. I.. W. Kemper Is upending Mrs Robert Lee Tuesday for Madison, WIs. where first aid atalion at Crystal Lake daughter. Mr. and Mrs M. F. with her brother-in-law and sister

cox and P. M. Barefoot I some time In Mobile, Ala., with Staike Tuesday! arrived In she has accepted an "aaslst antship" -' Field. Mr Thomas Is an employe Brown, has returned to her homeIn Mr and Mrs James Godbold,
night from
special meeting of the; her husband, w b o Is employed Knox, Ky. Fort ,' continuing her* language!! at Bradford Hardware Company.Pvt. Tampa. I in Jack onYUe.GUY'S .
and
will visit In the studies
and
teaching part time .
Wed* Victor
C.
j Lodge there. Thomas who has
Masonic home
of her parents, Mr., and Lt. Robert E. Wear
left
Ut of last week.Hi* Miss Edna Pearce, who baa Mrs. ,K. J. while Wednesday been stationed at Camp Blandlng
Dowling, her
'Irshlpful Grand Master spent the past week here with husband, Lt. Lee morning for' Fort Bragic, for the past few weeks, was MARKET
la
on N. C..
maneuver after
and other Grand. Ofpienent. her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. Harold a brief visit herewith transferred to Fort Belvolr, Va, Phone 159 We Deliver
left'Sunday morning for Nashville Ford returned his parenti'"Mr. and DA'.. for additional training in theEngineers' 215 S.
Wednesday to her home In Cocoa Robt B. Wear Walnut St. Starke, Florida
C. Sparks of Qalnesrt Tenn., where she will attend after a visit here ; Corps. Mr, 'Thomas:
with her mother Miss Isabel
last week here with Vanderbllt University, take Mrs Laura Fernandez and will leave Starke In a few daysto ( lU)('.IUI'': ::.
Powell
and sister niece, MlM
Fay Yarbrough, returned join her husband. MEATS -
-in-Iaw, Mr ing an advanced in
daughter course public Mrs. J. H.
d Fields.
She S\I.\U.:
was accompanied recently from Mexico City, Miss Mae Parker Is 8 For J
assisting
IS. E. sparks. health nursing. home by Mrs. Fields where they spent) the summer temporarily In MILK .. ___ 25c I
g Bitch of Macon. Oa.,' Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown and daughter. Hazel, who will months In the U n tv. of the office of --- -- GRADE A VEAL 11,
I with hi.rs. ratty County Judge 11:. K. Ferryman. ,
week-end.bere and son. Buster, have returned to spend, the next few weeks Mexico.
Carrie! Rltch.ro their home In Tampa after In Cocoa. visiting' She Is also waitress In the K toM SCOTT 1C01l CHOPS, Ib ..' ,__ ._ .sSe i
spend Mrs. Shellle Hall
spent the first Cafe. TISSUE _. 8c
ing a two-weeks' vacation with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Registerand of the week in ---- ---- ---- : tl
.
Jacksonville with Tom RltcU who CUTLETS:. Ib _... __ __ 39cN0.
PARTS friends and relatives in Starke, daughter, Catherine,. of Miami her sister, Mrs. M. C. Wells. was a studentat IICISII let Ib... !
Sampson, and Brooker. They were were ,recent guests of Mrs. Reg.Ister's Mrs. C. N. Christy of Emory University, Atlanta, POTATOES CHUCK ROAST Ib 33c-
Albany Ga., during the summer month, ___ __ ___ 29<<: --- f
(WK HAVE accompanied home by Mrs; Si mother, Mrg. Annie Lou Ga., is the guest of her parents
HUES. is here
) GENBBATOBS, meon Phillips and daughter, Su- Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. S.- R. Johns. visiting his mother, Mrs. ;
? Carrie Ritch
LASS CASH FOB ellen. who will spend this week Beautiful Cleaning, IteauUful Mr. and Mrs. William Beatty for a three weeks'holiday
'
before
'D i TRUCKS IN ANY with them. Tailoring at the Starke-Blandtsg announce the arrival of a daughter the fall term commences "WHY :
Tailor. GO FISHING ?
OS. Miss Lucy Gray Wynn has returned Opposite Park Theatre. Shirley Ann on Thursday Beautiful
Cleaning,
Itaautlful
to her home In Ft. Laud- Mr. and Mrs J. E. Noles expect Aug. 27, at their home on the
Autos $2:>>> up erdale after a short visit with to leave soon to make their Rali'ord Road. Tailors Tailoring, at the St-nrke-Blandlng GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh I
Opposite
I'ark
Miss Edna Pearce. home in Hahlra, Ga. They will be Theatre
Miss Hilda Carr has returned to Mr. and
Mrs.! M. F. Brown and .
SKINSUTO Mr. and Mrs. Till man Huttoof accompanied, by Mrs. Noles' parents her home In Dadfe! City after a children, Marcus and Florence Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp, etc.

PARTS I Jacksonville spent the weekend whose Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sasaee visit with her aunt, Mrs. Bet'nice and Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Fresh Meats, Live and Dre+tied Poultry
.
Kingsley Lake home is be.
with Mr, and Mrs.
i of Town 08 Road IS I L. S. : ing purchased by the Government Opperman. J. J. Fitzgerald, of Tampa, moved Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S R
Hutto. Mrs Edwin Green and
littledaughter In
Tuesday from
I
Klngsley
a a of the
part
tion. Blinding::.reserva ., Patsy t have returned Lake, where they spent the pant I
from a'Vlslt In Lake Butler with six weeks. MARKET

DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST Mrs. J. p. Burns and daughters Mrs. Green's parents Mr. and Mis S. P. Vandlvlere and lon

Joan and Jean, will return Mrs. W. S. Brannen, Jr. Stuart, of Tallahassee!, returned 1-2 niock Nr of Union DIM Station on. Jax Road

129 East Call Street Ga Sunday to their home in Atlanta, Miss Garnlta Hutto has returned home Tuesday after spending several
after a visit here with
Mrs.
from a month's visit with relatives days here with Mrs. Van-
Burns'
mother, Mrs. Cella Man in North,, and South Caroling divleie's mother, Mrs a. W. Al .
i 9 A. \1. to 7 P. M.Evenings By. Appointment assa.Mrs. derman. ,
k.1'7. R. R. Hutchings and '
daughter Montle, who have been Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Crawfordand Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Regular .Ilate? :. ;
children who have lived here Is the guest of her grandparents .
visiting Mr. and Mrs.T. M. Hutch. DINNERS LUNCHES
Ings, left for, the past two yearn, have recently Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin
Monday to join Mr. .
YOU 'SENT-'YOUR PORTRAIT *
f E moved to Lakeland.
Hutchings In
Bainbridge, Ga. He Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. GOOD OLD FASHIONED
HOME? has been In training at Brookly Jack Sporne are L. A. Canova
upending ten daYI with relatives and Three, sons, and Dr. and Mis. .
Field In Mobile Ala., but is HOME COOKING '
now ,
:
rillS W. "
PRESENT ? Alf AND 50c AT OUR stationed at Lynn Field as Inspector in New York City. B. Parks have returned to
an -
STUDIO. WE :WILL !MAKE A$3.50 of bombers. Mr. Hutch- J. F. Klcklller has returned their homes In town after spending 000.--------0, J. .
Ings has from a short visit with relatives sometime at their Klngaley

,Oil Colored PortraitOF be glad many to friends learn of here'whowill his pro- In Sanford. Luke cottages. N 0.E G ELV S C AF, E' .

motion. Mrs. Randolph. Boree of Jacksonville ,,:
YOU.: ONLY ONE TO A PERSON Mr. 'and Mrs. Everett McKln- spent Wednesday her I I 222 Temple Ave. 'Stark, ;,." Fla.. :t

ney spent the week-end with Mr': with her. parents,','"MI'. and Mrs. (
BON-ART STUDIOS and Mm. A. E. MCKinney. G.; H. Bennett *..

Mr. and W. M. Carter: 'pharmacist at SHOEPERAIRIIMG 000--------,___._ _,_ _,,__. !\
223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla'SLENDERIZE Mrs. A. E. McKinney Koch's, returned Sunday night
had as guests Monday the lat-
from Arcadia where he spent the ;
ter's father and mother, Mr. and THELMA'S PLACE
past two months
working In
Mrs. G. W. Hazen, of Brooker.
Koch's store there. His wife and
Mrs. Joe Jones, of Meigsv Ga., DANCING EACH EVENING,
two
children
accompanied him I I i
4i aunt of Ed Langley,
__ DeWitt C. Jones, died at employe her home of here, and if they can find suitable Till 12 O'clock )\

Keep fit:-:and like It! Bowl Monday Illness.night following a protracted living Mrs.quarters Milton St.will: peter remain.and two BEER ON TAP :

here-and. add to beauty. There's children Beryl Jean and Sharon v CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD
A. Z. Adktns, Jr., who has been
good reason why you'll find other returned Wednesday of last week
attending summer school at the from EVERYBODY WELCOME
a two-montlm' visit with
smart women Bowling here-any University of Florida, will spend. ,i
1011'1St..
afternoon! Come alone, or In'a the week-end at home, and leave Holland in Peter's father W. E. WHILE YOU 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse! On Temple Ave. :
,
Chicago 111.
I i group. Afternoon Bowling helps the first of next week for 'Charleston spent part of their vacation They f in WAIT Operated Hy Air. and Mrs. R. F. Llghtney and Son
((7 ,. S. C., where he will enter I
greatly .to evening social success! his Springfield, Ill ,

upon Military Academy.fourth year in Citadel Mrs. H Carl :Jackson has accepted All Work Guaranteed. "'oP 6. .,. oP ,. ''''oP II ,. ,
THE BOWLDROMK! a place as ticket 1 1yQss
'y agent
The '"
Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr., who \has Only Highest' Quality I
CENna' for the Orange Bus
BLANDING : Company at
'" 't" .. been visiting In the ,home of her Leather Used
.
Blanding Center.At I
p renta, Judge andv! Dire, A. ..Z.Adklnp recent I Iou 1 &iuf. .oO, tgtliah t .
meeting of the Executive
__ u ., _,_ __........_.. for the past three. weeks, Committee of the
J Is leaving today to join her husband ford Brad I BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE 9 ..a P Ana4HtWe ,
fENTION! MILK CONSUMERS In Auburn Ala. County Chapter of the .
D. P. Carpenter continues American Red Cross, Mrs. J. L. REPAIR
very
ginning September 15, Every Customer Must III l with I double pneumonia l In" to Peek Mr.was, Edward employed as secretary Across From Pimtofflce'I I I suggest the exclusive)
Burns, Executive
esent An Empty Bottle For Every Bottle of Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville. Secretary. Thermique jterless meth.
lilk At his bedside are his wife; her i
Purchased-Bottle For Bottle-Merchants biother-in-law and slater Major -_ ______ od available to you In our shop. :
Well)) As Individual Customers. "i' ''I Hill IIWIll MtfliInl6o, a,"I l| i. I p j, |HI|'|| jij,M''j. ,HI lilt 1111 lUUIIHIU!,IHIt a WIU uNeW'
and Mrs. T. T. Long of Ft. Ben- You will be delighted with the
his ning Ga.; her mother Mrs. W. T. YOU'RE INVITEDTO
Action Is Made Necessary by War-Time
nditions Jackson, of Baconton, Ga., and I lasting quail ty..lts lustre and beauty. '
That
Make It Almost Impossible To f
Mr. Carpenter's sister. Mis. C. S.
are Supplies. It Is Not A Question of "De- Cindery, of Winston-Salem N. C. TRY ONE OF. OUR DELICIOUS TASTY )1!

sits" Hut The Problem Is To Secure. Bottles Mrs. W M. Ward 'Will leave for 11ll1eMKaQJ
t tAli. I SANDWICHES. ALSO TilE BEST PIES I Ii [
Atlanta Ga, today for a few t tII 1//

EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR COOPEATION days visit with her husband, whoIs AND COFFEE IN TOWN
a radio technician with the

lews Model Dairy Peterson's Dairy Army Pherion.Signal Corps at Fort Mc- II Sta.te Beauty S'oppeStarke


---- --, ... ... ------ Misses Faye and Mary\ Alice THE A & A.LUNCHEONETTEIn
Yarbrough left Tuesday to enter Florida
Montreal College at Montreal, N. The Park Theatre Building d dmnrnrm

C. '' n!!..'mir hTue'' ,,'"'wW* iotia i, i ,"vnm i" in mm,'_ ._!i_::"!I w 'mmmrorein" "drmri i"" ,, 'nriff1 ,nni,, ,, ",,,,,, 4
NAT SEZ
: Miss Madge Middleton will leave ____,.__.-A__ ,....._ ._ ., ..._ ''''.'' "' ....... ." ,", __.__- -w_ .... __'M..._ ..... ..._
today for Witchita, Kan., where '
,,11 It. up to the people of Starke she will visit Mrs. Ira Corn. /; J

f ,, lo raise $2,600 for the USO. That'sour

t /( quota, and Starke has never jo Rrof '" THIS IS WHAT WERE FIGHTING FOR1

l been known to fall down on a M l ..... We partiktofthe blessing A

quota jet! It's) a lot of money, but Je//Jotter rirlent of liberty and American ;w g

no In the amount you take In from freedom bccauMottx tfiAe'

the boys at Camp Bluidlng every ta/ra/otfern entoA// 'f leaderahroughtheyearc I II IWE'IE It

week-end. So don't be a tight c,9.PLI t
saoNl have guaranteed there, vir
wad. Larsen up and give till It .
right Henry Clay, in 'b'i.
hurt I
these words, sustained

,- l rJ" b the thoughts of our r

: : .3--:; e 4 founding fathers that here in America ,' I 1

LL DRESSES : : s,'..' ,:' t ? s, the people would govern themselves. ,
'
}L AL But who governs Germany? g

..- Italy?
.. ; A ,. .e, 1- ?
OATS & SUITS. Japan

f r Do the people govern themselvet in "- I

U ... % a the Axis nation? t

ARE NOW ON THE RACKS J, We have,a lot to fight for thiofthes

,r wart! Freedom..liberty.

AKE YOUR SELECTION NOW, M 'F United Nation* know it. And because

IF YOU CAN y f. r % # we arc a free people you can, n the calm

1': ll! .t content of your neighborhood,relax at .
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POPULAR PRICES :. ..tr peace .with your friendly neighbor. i

\ Why not drink a toast with mooth,
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golden-mellow JAX Beer to America ,'

In case of tonight?


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WE SELL Accident Policy : i .

Peter's Shoes For The Children DOING. OUR ,BEST! ,
E. Johns
Charley Some dealer arc unable to obtain a regular ..

Freeman Shoes For Men Agency supply of the famou Drink of Friend.hits' Please '

STARKE, FLORIDA be patient. We're doing our best to keep them ?,u 7 L i

119 Eaat Call Street supplied. You un help by asking for the JAX BEER '

Telephone IS JUMBO a full 32 ounce quart. It',the convenient,

> ,,_trM patriotic way to buy.beer.JAX .

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" :' j Mra Wadsworth of Hampton. alsoa I. N.O..J\Valnwrlght] OF KI.KCTIO'V, Jr. A. B..
Mayorof
Eugene Ellis and family of M. Johnson at Graham Sunday. Mrs Dodd of I Btarke. Florida virtue I ot the

r I f 11* '} 1 News Worthington Spring Miss Dorothy Norman spent the fine program by authority vested .I.b me by law do Adminietrati21..
1 River McCor
New
fr\\r : week-end in Jacksonville with her Theressa. hereby rail an election to be lucid

I \ This community was saddened uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. W. R. Wood and son at the ely *hall qualified. the voters aforesaidtown on

by the death of tbe baby son of are visiting
of Jacksonville. 8
. F Hall. Cecil, Tesday. September 1942 for
By JM.le Lee Lazenby CORUECTIONIt Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. of electing; the follow
was stated In this column Tuesday, August 25. Funeral services Mrw. Caroline Norman and Mrs. and ing; officers:

APP CEMETERY WORKINO previously that Pfc Jack Sapp were held at the Dyal E. S. Sapp. and little son, Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Kelly One Mayor AldermenInHpeotors
Three
There will be a cemetery woikInjjr was visiting In this community. Cemetery The citizens of Van- and Mrs. T. N. Norman daughter, Miss Mamie Kelly, were of said election: R. A.

l F at the Ben Sapp Cemetery Jack had been promoted to Staff derbilt express their deepest sympathy and little son, Gerald spent Sun recent guests of },fl'.State and Farm.Mrs. and New-some.K. T. V.Kltih.In A.. Scott, J. L Peek

Thursday Sept. 10. Everyone In. Sergeant and the writer was not to the parents In their day with Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Martin Rosier of the Mr. testimony whereof, I hereunto

tereated. please come early and Informed of such. Congratulations : bereavemnt. McRae at Fine, Level. We are glad to report that subscribe my name and cause the
long Heal of the said town to be .
hereunto
; after a
bring the neceasary tools for Jack. We are all proud of you. He William\' Rosier has returned to Miss Darline and Master Wal. Rosier is improving affixed thin the 6th day of Au.

8 cleaning the grounds. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Math his home in Palmetto after spend ton Alvarez of Rising were visit- Illness. gust. A L>. 194.I>.

I The New River Baptist Cemetery Sapp and is stationed In Virginia. ing several days here with Milton big their grandpaients Mr. and Work 1 I" beginning today on vValnwrleTht.Mayor.Jr.

last week waa a to the Pine Level ATTEST:
working: and Euston Norman. Mrs. H. L. Edwards, last week- the addition Cart
crowd attended SCHOOL NEWS Johns
big success. A good Church building.
end. City Clerk. (OFFICIAL. SEAL)
to be .
, t and the entire cemetery Our attendance l is going Miss Mad Johnson of Grahamis 8-7 Ct 9-
month than the first GUM BRANCHBy << BRADFORD
t waa cleaned off lower thin Mrs. A. D. IN rlrirUT filtH '
0 'month. Many of our boys are Mrs. T. N. NormanMr. visiting her mister, (""OI'" TY. FLOKIU4.I IN CH4.Cb.HY. *- IV TilE COUNTY Jt/DCK'1 COURT.

REVIVAL MEETING I to out a day now Norman.Mr. : IV AND FOR BKAUKOHUOUNTV.
having stay "NEW
and Mrs. Herbert Norman and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and I.oralne Moody. Plaintiff va. Orvel' "' FLORIDA. IN PRO-
A revival meeting; began Mon'and then to help with the corn Moody. Defendant.. Case No. 2U9. HAT":. LI"

k' day evening: at the B apt 1 a t eatb rlng. Hired help is a thingof and Miss Ella Norman of New children of Sampson City were onnen op PUBLICATION': B8TATB OK T. M.. McCOBD. for
and Mrs. Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Sapp TO APPEAR DECEASED.NflTICE .
church. The Rev. H. M. Tlllman River were visitingMr. visiting AND NOTICE SPrr'
nowadays.We
the
I past
I FLORIDA to-: Orvel OF' INTT3WT10T! TO BAKB
OK
: the L. G. Norman Sunday afternoon.Mrs. STAT!
la
: regular pastor assisting Houston, APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS
have our first aid case Sunday.PINE Moody, 1314 Waverty &;t.,
Rev. Little of Georgia in conducting Winnie Woods and son, LEVEL Texas CHARGE) Oxord
better now.
these services.BBOTIIKRS equipped Cecil, of Jacksonville spent last Ky Mr... II. M. McRa You are required to appear on NOTICE Is that I Get Out
The Sib grade in fast dismlnlsh- week In this section with relatives October 6th, 1942, In the abeve have filled mhr.r.ftv Report as Slippers. Ol
We11
r: 14 FOR UNCLE SAM Ing. We only had 4 pupils and Mrs. Woods left Sundayto Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kelly and plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause, custody wherein and Admlnl M. McCord. ; .I of have T. For Anolhfr( 3le

Mrs. Ancil Tet stone has four now Isaac and Bobby Owens had visit her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Mc- Miss Mamie Kelly attended the control of Child. Bradford CountyTelegraph ,filed my Petition for Final Discharge D
thin OrderIn and that on the 13rd
shall publlah day
: brother, and a nephew in Uncle to move off so we only have Rae in the Pine Level section before Christian Convention at Sampson next four weekly l Issues. of Hept. A. I). 1941, I will apply to

Sam's services, one brother is1 Lois Johnson and Gene Andrews. retaining to her home in City last Sunday. The different WltneHs my hand and official the Honorable K K. Ferryman, The Electric

has been aiming directly Starke seal at Starke. Florida, this August County Judge of Bradford County
Hawaii. Dan Cupid were ,
in
Jacksonville.Mr. churches represented PIth.. 1942.OFFlAb. Florida for approval of said FInalHeport

\ at Lois for sometime. Now and Mrs. A. D. Norman and Graham Hampton Thei'essa, Long (( : SEAL A. J. Thomas and for Final Vh'Charce; a* Shop
Miss Eloise Johns had Mrs. Wll- -what If he shoots? Poor Gene'llbe Butler. A An Clerk of Maid Court. 8-28 4t 9-18 Administratrix of Estate of
children were visiting Mrs. Nor- Bridge and Lake Opp"lt Pak
FloridaAtty. T. McCord.
Starke, 'f
B K. Ferryman DecI..d.DATJD
and niece Miss I.
'lard Wynn Joyce rather lonely if Dan Cupid lets man's parents Mr. and Mrs.: R. lovely program was presented byNOTICE. for Plf. this Itb day of Aug.
i Prevatt of Starke as visitors
,
loose.
that arrow
; :r4 .

Sunday afternoon. We regret to lose Nancy Owen OF ELECTION

: R Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Cowling from the 6th grade. We only had

1. and daughter Vivian of Live Oak 4 girls to begin with-one In i

were visiting relatives here last with hereafter owned or used roe web Filed in Drlc l.t ot Stt.JUI. the territory .mh"1 ft "
each grade. Opal Smith WTTERKA9: : TTis teirtnTatur 01 IWl for the Investment of linking funds or .. Election

;ft week-end. Vivian has accepted a drew the 1st month from the Sth; .., the Conatltuttoo* at 18SJ. ot me said Board may us. the sinking fund purposes by the State of Florida. to shall be 12. III. to"L B2 lad." flu, .
Stat ot Florida, did Dae II Joint created for said bonds ot any county be vested In a Commission and .DCIUIY. 2 ll
position as ansliitant cashier in withdrew Monday Resolution known as the Gains and Fresh Water A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan except < .el .
;t now Nancy oropoalng Amendment to or special road and bridge district or cinct "1
D ui
the Live Oak Plggly Wlggley .Ja. Constitution ot th. State ol Florida other unit bereunder to ourchase the Finn Communion. Such Commission. amendment to Article 7. Section J Of umb..d M e '
Just 2 i
the 6th.
from more girls members one of the State western ,
.. of five
Constitution
and tn* ..m. were agreed (o tns matured or maturing bonds partlrt 4r0f r Store. Vergle Southerland In the 7th vote at three-tint ot all th* member patlng herein ot anv other county ot n-m each congressional district asexisting Florida. Relative t Census and ApportIDDm..c -

; l Mrs. Della Thomas and son, and Lois Johnson in the 8th. elected to Men boua' : that the other special road and bridge districtor on January 1. IB41 who subjectto shall by AmeDdlal S..etnD 3. Another of the nm Onn.
rote. on said Joint Revolution were other Special taxing district thereof be appointed by the G.eror. of said Article e all.t. District mall cmo,.aiTJ
Gut" of Jacksonville visited Mr. The Sth giade, is studying graft- entered. upon their rewpectlv. Vournala provided. that a* to said matured confirmation by U. S..aa. T. Broward County &a Countv which. was on tu *1
p and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Sunday With the Tea. and oav thereon and bonds tbe value thereof' as an Investment members so .DOlntl'd sb.1 tr and d.lln.C. C.lbou. 1941 .rbae"d In Comll"
and various methods Chairman Ole.tr"
Ing, budding ther did determine and direct that shall be the Dries' paid therefor select on. of D"mb.r. as Dull COUt a SD.trt. trict a I
t
of opogatlon. They find the' the cajd Joint Resolution be submitted which' shall. not exceed the par value of the of the Minutia ot toe
and Mrs. Cowan and Invaluable to the elector, of the State at plus accrued Interest and that *aldinvestment 2. Tb tintnemben ol the Commission BK IT RESOLVED BY TITB LEOI3LA muuilonera of said Cotinn a,
Mr. Roy bulletins fro* .
Washington the General Election In rOTmbrIM3. shall bear Interest at the shall be appointed on January rURK OF THE STATE OF 7T.ORIDA et *e". ee.Dt the rrl.? i
: children and Miss Ruth Tomlln- as supplementary help. In I rate of three (3>>per cent per annum.c I. 1943 nd shall serve respectivelyfor That the following amendment to tn the aforesaid
; one two. three and five Section 3 ot Article T of the Constitution numbered 24 and 29 indad
shall annually
) The said Board to
lion of Jacksonville were visiting these they found much mote Information NOW THEREPORB I. R. A GRAY
each of Election' Precinct .1
year At the of the State of relalive numbs u
use ald funds tn each county account Florida
.. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. than their text gave Secretary! I do hereb notlr that s
?9 ? Tomlinson recently. and pictures for llIu atlons. and Interest maturing.' If any of aald point serve .o a term of five ; Brnwvd Count as the BaV.The
L I GENERAL ELECTION bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax thirty-ninth (39) District County Oonmlulmi I
.%1 Mr. and Mrs> Pete :Magee Mrs. Joe L. Dowling of Live Oak anticipation certificates of such county 9 Th m..mbe.of lbs Oommlu'O and Calhoun County and Oulf Countya hall be elected In Dade lope
tn Floridaon
arm tw held IB each count* and bridge district hall th* fortIeth Senatorial general election
or special road receive no Uletrlct In 1042 thiu
4! Gus LJstander and Mise Rose watt talking to us about the Ttieadav next succeeding the. tint cmpentloD f41.
possibilities
or other special. taxing services as tuch. Commissioner be and the Hereby .IMd t tie 'o the term of i pg fc
1t i Magee returned to their home In of a Boy Scout organization Mondne. tn November A. D IM2. the district thereof: second to establish shall receive. his necessary traveling and .b.1 b* submitted to .Ieto. which they .1.1 bin bej M
said Tuesday belns tn* a Inking funr account to meet or other Incurred ... of Florida for and their otto w]
.1'11.
; Peruacola Saturday. They en- out here. He is active in THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER future requirements of said bonds and engaged In the"pl dlhl. of bis o reJ..oloD at the General. Election t be affected by o tmntu

joyed a weeks' vacation with I Boy Scout work in Suwannee J gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation nCIA duties but not ..- be the tint Tuesday after thereafter there!. be a i
4j74. 'it their brother-in-law and sister far the ratification or rejection ot the certificates where It appears the anticipated el toe sum ot MOO.00 In any one first Monday I No..mb.. 1043. .* the DItrlct Mtsbllibri it.i.
County and he hold an office In aid Joint Resolution proposing Income for any year or Veers follow: this into

I Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelley. this district. We have a sUfficient amendment to SIts Constitution 01 will not equal scheduled" payments 4. Among tb* power to the Section 3. Tb Legislature that than County Comml.loo.vii, si
i &!>. State of Florida visit and third ace remaining halSOC. Commission by this tot. be meet IB session A. and In his lUnated i
number and DI'trct
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of to begin plentyof .eo't; : rll.r D 11
of said two ,
A JOINT RCSOLOTION Proposing of the proceed the power to fix bag limits and to fix those meet ." &D year from 5.9.
Keystone have moved temporarily enthusiasm. We plan to write an Amendment to Article IX of the JO cent of sid taxes shall monthlv open and closed seasons. on a .". thereafter .1'1.1 apportion tt>. representation Lara Every Countv Comnl
him this week to and DonstltutlOB of tn* Stats o* Florida during. the year be remitted. by saidboard wide. regional or local basis a. It may In the Senate and ehall Dade County who be a
Into the home of Mrs. Ward's come or tan
Relatlnc to Taxation and Flnano. b* as follows Eighty: '80%" > -r find to be appropriate and to regulatethe provide for forty U0 Senatorial DI.. the general election, IM4 laits
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. ganize. Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent. to the State Road Department for m"nDe and aaetbod of taking tricts. such DI.trle. to b* as nearly after shall hold office I i S li

Mrs. T. H. Sheppard. Mrs. B. We are planning to sponsorthe Creating a Stat Board of Administration the construction nr reconstruction of transporting storing and using birds equal In as practicablebut four years The datacompensation
: Prwcrtbmp It* Power and State Road and bridge* within the fur bearing animal fresh no County shall be divided In of such Cent f
p C. Priest and Mrs. L. B. Alvare Hill Billies at a very near Duties and Providing for the UN olProceeds Bounty or for the lease or purchaseof .m.. reptiles and amphibians. .t making such and m.ICln. shall be I In* I
in Jacksonville date. of Two Cent per Gallon ot bridges connecting Stste highway Commuwlon shall also have the T. each District .... .DptlonmeDt.. : bv lawApproved
ahopped one day Sn..tr
the Oaaolms or Other Motor Fuel Tea within the County and twenty 'JO%.> to acquire by purchase gift all property orovided that Broward by the 0'1 I
fr this week. for 111) th* Payment and Retirement oer cent to the Board of CoUnt. Corn.miseinner. necessary useful or convenientfor ball constitute the Thlrtv-nlntb
.. Mi and Mrs. J. L. Lavender of of All Outstanding Bond* Issued B* of eucb county for use onnsda the use of the Commission tn the Ida ) Senatorial District and Calhoun 1941Filed In office ft*I
Mrs. E. A. Sapp and daughter Jacksonville have moved back Into An* Count or Special' Road and and bridges therein. exercise of It* power hereunder Florida and Oul Coun 28. 1941. Set a '

Cozette were shopping in Jack Bridge District Prior to First Oar of ia\ S.'dJo&rd' shall bav the 5. Commission shall ty. Ount.. .. Fortieth
their home this week.VANDERBILT
July A. D 1B31 for Road and Bridge Dower to make and enforce all rules T. of. and .. .ppID'na 140) Senatorial District: and at
sonville one day this week. Purpose and for U) PublIc Highway sod regulations necessary to the full "t.. a suitable at. a* r. the same time the Legislature shall A JOY RE80LDTI01I i 0
Section I<
. i : Walter Yarbrough, of Oklahoma Purposes exercls of the power hereby srantedand such 1r.oa. .DlrectD..nd .Is sDportlon the representation In en X of the Constitution to ol |
BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE no legislation ohal) be reoKtred tn" and duties b House of Representatives. and .
is visiting his sister, Mrs. M. a* may prescribed latlng to end
OF TUB 8TATE OF FLORIDA. render this amendment of full force .hall. allow (31 Representative Ho.t.d
the Commission In of
By Miss V'ebna Norman pursuance tre "o as to Wins I
'i H. Moody, Mrs. Minnie Gibson, That th. following amendment toArticle and operating effect: from and after : duties under this Section Such t .erb of five. most populous Income from sn I' r".
and Mrs. Obey Moody for the UC of the Constitution of tits Tanuary 1..... IPO The Levlxlaturehall subject to the approvalof "untl. and two (hi Reoresen. tlvee I'. ..
Miss Geneva Rosier spent the But ot Florida relating to Taxation continue the levin of Said taxeedurln the .b.l. appoint fix the to I..cb. of the next eighteen more Du t any Pennn Thrrein. .kl
first time In 32 He has Finance thereto additional the life of this Amendment Comml.loD and lly Provided
years. week-end In Gainesville with Mr. and by adding an salaries pleasure remove populous ClDt. one Reprementstte Subject ot fcl
: been section to be known as Section end shall not enact. mn. law havlna. and to the remainIng' coun- Oanl.bm.ol.
In Florida other Who
not during thatI' employees *"
I. .l tn" tent of not more
and Mrs. Ray White and family. IS ot said Artlels IX creating I the effect of withdrawing the proceeds shall such powers and duties as tIes of the State at the time nf a time. Mr. Yarbrough Is an old- Mr< and Mrs. Levy Norman and State Board of Administration;. prescribing of laId two f2cl cents of said tae. may ...e assigned to them by th. Com- Should the .Csilltu' Cnrt Li for Its Pa I
time citizen of Bradford County. I Its power and duties, and from theoperation",of this .amendment mission or. the Director No Commissioner fall to apportion the .. Obligations"ArKIm M I S
family spent Sunday afternoon providing for the us of th* proceeds The Board shall onv r.fundlneespenere shall b* eligible for any such the Senate and In the Rouse of Representative any SuihMt1SIa i
Contrail
: Harry Sapp of Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier ot two cent per lloD. ot the mOl and other en.n..a. for erv-. appointment or employmentS 'I *. at anv regultr Session nf Implied Adoption of this Amudl55Further !
spent part of his vacation with or other motor for I thupayment free rendered vneclflcallv for or whichre Th funds resulting from the the L""I..tu"' at anv of the time Providing twmmmtt I IIn
.' and family of Bootsey Beach. and retirement of all OUtStanding Properly. rharveabl* f the .""nun' operation of the and from ..,. d.ltn.t..d. It -mall be the duty IaTwentyfiVe
I' relatives here before he went on Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browningand bonds issued bv any Count nf snv count from funds tUfltrlbur the Cmml8lo law* and of the. I.egialistur. or Legislature ..ucee CM' of Dollsrs Income wr 0 fiJa I
down the state to visit with relatives or special road and undue district 'n mirh emmtv* 'm'.n..r.1 esoenseeof regulations pertaining. to birds game ; baby daughter of Jacksonville prior to th. First Day of July A. D the hoard for service rendered all fur bearing animals fresh water flah 'eglslarnre either In Snecisl'. nr Regular to Ne.'tl.. LI.
4
In Canal Point, Miami and and Mrs. K. D. Conner of 1831 for mad and bridge purpose the counties alike shell be o-nrs' 1 reptiles and amnhtblana. together with ...e.Inn to "rt1on the renrentatlon at Lt.llnnl
'J ,. other places. and for 13) public Highway purposes -mnna? th.*.. and paid nit nf said. *nv. other funds sneclflcallv provided .. In the Senate and In th.* UP IT RESOLVED B T
Raiford were visiting Mr. and Is hereby agreed to and shall be aubmttted rtinrl rm the same hanta said TAX oro- for such purpose shall constitute the Touse of PenreaenMtlvea aa herein LATCRE OP THE STATOr
4 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Owens have Mrs. F. M. Norman last Friday.Mr. to tits electors of the State of .reed. are rt'strlbnted, amone. trio ...... State Qame Fund and shall be need "rnvl".d The p-.rol., *. regular Fe. That the following .m.nd.i.J
Florida for ratification or rejection at r..l rmmtlesprovided. report nfM by the Commission era) regular Stat C. whichver lion 1 Article X
moved out of the J. I... Lavender and .. It shall deem or n iw
Mrs. Frank Norman th. next General Election to be held expene shall be made to eacheui.r fit In carrying out.th. shall have. been. taken neareur. of Flo.ldathnllln.. tt' C
': home and moved to Starke. are braving the hardships of war tn 1942. as follow ,, !'...'-''' of the !.....'.iatnre. hereof and for no other 0."ln1 .nv soportlnnment. of R-nre...Ustlve. ment of any wnuri c&"" gi

l' Mrs. Chester and the of "Section 16 (a). That beginning! end the t.I.t."t'P may. limit the exnenae Commission mav. not Itself 'n the Senate and in the Rouse ofn.nres.ntsles. due any person who !ii 'illfamily. 1
hat difficulty obllat. '
Moody ttimln
!; resum- getting good January 15$. 1843 and for fifty 1 ISO beyond the current ofh" shall control In malt- *
ed her position In Lake Butler. materials Inexpensively and are thereafter the proceeds of two Anprnved. by the Governor May 13 State Osme Fund unless snerlflcallvo 'ni ruth unnnrttrmment In the event tent of 25% thereof tnt bei and iii)l l.

: Mr Moody has been deferred in constructing a new house on their fears cents per gallon' of the total tax 1941 authorized bv the Legislature He lflsl'..t-ire shell fall to rennnornn Is hereby agrenl t of By:l
levied. by the Stats law upon gaeolln F11-1 In office Sect: ot State. Ha' .T. The Legislature may en.r anv *' the rn..nt.U. In the L.",. muted to the pl.ton olttve 1W
his' furlough since he was stationed premises. The building Is almost and other lIke products of petroleum 13. 1MI ". In aid of but not Inconsistent "tnrf mm .."1. ,, '. amendment the General Eetlon ,
In Canada. completed and while It is being DOW known a* th. Second Gas T... with the provision of this amendment .hs ( prfP shell (within rnlrtv ds"fter In 1942 inc' n"
and upon other fuel used to propel and all laws Inconsistent I"vTir .nt of the regular Section: tst Is 1 J 1I '
Mrs. Stanley Hodges' son worked upon the family l Is residing motor vehicle. shall as collected b. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing herewith ,..xl-tnl. longer remainIn -.10.I tf the LeeKlattir torether of be .mnd'I:

Odua. Brown, writes from Quan- In a small house where placed' monthly the 'Stats adsDistributIon .n Amendment to the Constitution. of force and effect. All laws fixingpenalties e"'.ord'nsrv t.wton t.. consl'< thereto. the following Sitita
.dl.DID lb
the State Treasury the State of Florida to be known a for the'vlolatlon of the nrovlslon 'he o".tlnn of rennnortlonm and"oh Section I-A TOil
tlco, Va., where he is stationed their strawberry pickers live during and divided. Into three (3> equal Section. 3 ot Article XVII. Relating. to of this amendment and all law* eirtraordinvrv .e.tnn of the Le. wage and Income m>i I ill a'

k with the Marines, that he Is to berry.season. They hope to parts which shall b* distributed Am..ndmeDta. Im"lnl U..n. taxes shell be en- ''lgtnre> la hereby msn-l-tonlv *"Ir" whatsoever due and OvifliCOin5 ,
BE RESOLVED BT TRK LEGISLATORS : 5 ... owlni "I
monthly among the cetera! counties by LltI.I.tu. from time rtion the renr entntlon abv due and t
be promoted to Sergeant soon. move Into the new house this as follows: OP TUX: STATE OP FLORIDA t Unn. eOut..d snsnAeuenf b.f. who Is the head of S ram;

Odua likes his camp fine and week or next. One part according to area on. part That the following Amendment to Approved by the May S '.a adlourennent'IC''I .nch ewrrenrdlnsrv n this State shall be o.:
Gour"
thinks the Marine Corps is thebest :Miss Margie:! Reddlah of Van- according ts population and on. partaonordlng be known .. Section. ol Article XVII 1941 _'n.a called< fop reent ..Io. -.mishment In the ..7.
ot the Constitution and \
to the counties contributions present b. Filed, in office 3e-ty State. Mav I. vimitci tot .tr. ntat. M me be Dr.ldl
branch of Uncle Same ser derbllt was the guest of Miss to the cost of State road construction the same is hereby, agreed to shall be 5 1941 o >* en' of tw.-fv d..t "'1 nour"iecnrortinnm.t rhe extent o not i" '
submitted to the electors of the Ststeat .. si'd'
vice. He would like to hear from Waver Davis of Staike Thurs- la the ratio of distribution .. eP.-4 much salary, '
the general election of Representatives -anf!*** p I"'n.ss other than cueS, the payment. of "'
a* omvlded In ISAM. Law of .
his friends and his address Is: day night of last week. Florida. Acts of r.c.n for tb* pur- to lie held In to* year A D. 1M2 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingin -..--.. I by express or J IIDlt..

,, Corp. Odus E. Brown, nine Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman ...... 01 the apportionment baaed on to-wit* Constitution Amendment ArtKie Flee ot the mraved by the a..sror. June t sequent to the "a.
the eountl** ooptrlnutlons for the Section 1. II.. any regular or special ol PI.d. by Addtn '"41. .mendment. orov
.L Range Der. Quantlco, Va. pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. rest of Stats "road' construction She or extra session ins Legislature ".t.a .dltIGaa Reiat- the LesTlslstur s.rleht ..- tl -
P51.4 IT. nffie ot Stat
by of Judge Secretary of of rnIehmeni I"Jvlded ,
vot *
amount of the contributions astab- three-fourths of all member DI t tl" lectlOD Crul
ISSf t & .._____ elected to each House shall B8 IT RKSOLVTO LEOISuATDRB tun t 1941A where the .7 "J5 ,
: -p-p p -- limited by the certificate mad to IB3Iur determine ,
; > uant to laid Chapter IMS shall 'that-an emergency requiring OF THB STATE OF FLORIDA tier week eSceOt I SledS
be taken and deemed conclusive. tn an early decision by the elector ol toe That Article 5 ot the Constitution' at JOINT Proposingan .. mae. frOfli time 1

: Prompt Service computing the monthly amounts distributable State exists, an amendment *e this I 'he State ol Florida be amended bv .. ..RBOLDOI VT of the b" the IesielatUrsAopioved __
Careful Drivers according to said contributions Constitution dealmg with the subject .ddin thereto an additional Section Constitution of the State Florida b. to V'"

Such funds *o distributed ehall matter of such emergency may be proposed !J. be Known as Section 48 of said Relating to County and '
be administered b, the State Board of and It the proposed Amendment i article relating to the Election ot Ornjlt t..rm.Dt. MUlllcip 941F". 'in fflc. St, al

I Administration as Derelnafter pivwed. .- be agreed, to by a three-fourth Tot Judge be and the same I* hereby TT BY TFTB II. lIt
-j ., of all the member elected to each and shall. submitted AO LIS -
t
Starke Taxi Service Home ,be.....* shall b* entered upon : .1 the I. t r.OT. OF T. 8TATEOrFLOROA'Tt '
(b) rh* governor M Chairman the I' .Iee o St.t. o.r. ; .
their 'oIGwln.
ltM treasurer and the State Comp- respective towns with the Vies or NJectlo, via Im..n< of the A JOIN REOLM I
__ troller .ha*- constitute *a Cody ......- and nays thereon Thereupon at the Oeneral St.etlonso' on the State of Florida O.tltutClD County the Ampnrmenl 1.
same session the Legislature. first rl.tnl Coo.ll"
shall Tuesday after XVI
provide the tint Monday tide
meat* to M Known as the State and Municipal to be
>oard of Administration. wbicB Board for a special. election. to be held n to".mb. l 4a.t .follow: numbered a"lnmn. Article Ida Relatlr. t.Tsa01 I
Phone 150 not l**> than. 0'iB "
ninety nor
more than
shall succeed to au the control 45 Circuit vm. b Corporton.
power one hundred "eectJ' shall and earn to hereby agreedto I
and authority ot lb. .",utorY Board journment and eighty for day after 'ad !. "r .*elected bv .ud. .n ihall b* submitted to- the elec tlon Educationalo for til r
Of Qu.lt.
publication .
ot Administration. Said Board snail of their respective the Stat pal.
nav.. in addition to mien power s* lion notice the thereof' at which Special elec 'Irul a* other Btats and County rejection at the next fo r.tlf.'IDD o .C.rlt.bl. puro
Day may. b* conferred upon it by law. She proposed Amendment .hall be elected ( b held vB
Night submitted to the lector. of the State '1'1.1. a o h November. 1842. SOWillStIon R10L 81'
management control and supervision SA
et the for .""J'O"eI a rejection; provided The first election ot Cri Judge The County Comralelonere *- LTOP' Tl '
proceed of eald 1.
two lei cent .
I ot said taxes and all and other that U a general. election. ot Rep_. .b.1 bud at the m..to. ; ot Dad County who shall b* to S'! It"
money amendment
-. -- __ tative is to occur within '< to "ate' office elected at the election In 141 o"
said general "
period "
pp
'
I.c pp asset whien OT the effective. dtte ottnia rueada 0 tlS XVI "f the """ L i
"such Amendment shall. be submitted after the first Monday hall after the beginning 1Droorfle f
amendment teistini c
oeeom applicable an to applicable the bonds or ot may the '0 the 'lcton at such general elec .""",. !_. for a term of sit years. of & II.tl of ol.' redlatrkrt of Fiorina nt

several. countieS ot this State or any tion The all o a* tncy Dad,County tnt n. Commissioners f erO".tIO.-I
.
It a majority of. the sPiaU = I- "Sims 01 to numberedby .e"ln. '
special" road and bridge district- s* lectors voting b "
"
SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! other special taxing' district thereof upon the proposed Amendment snail mad & .. .bel be the said Cllone from one ehrltable," ..
or
hereby
to five .
extended the
i issued prior to Jul ct. 131 for road adopt the Amendment the same shsll a. 5ev.ininCte deIDP.W I" hereb ;1
and. bridge purpose: Toe word become a part ot tIlls Constitution fIrst on tit Tuesday, after the boundaries of such Dltc ucb MID submItted to .1"
This Monday u manner a* to the r*> he .
Bondsas tired herein. shall Include Amendment shall not b* held to J.nu.r 19. .tb'l Flnr'' '
AND .wtirte ...... warren** nnfe* *v1 the* .iinervede 'w >? snvwlw .,ffyee .?" 1 Approved' "' "* O" *. U.pectlv* District tr.folloWs State, of at th.I.' a"
ECONOMICAL! 1941.
forms ot indebtedness issued for rosa existing provision ot the Constitution One of the said Omm.IDere. Dis .J.ton In I... Li
riled
I and bridge purposes bv any county orpwlal relating to Amendments but shall be ID office of Secretary D 8t". tc. shall tt .Id Sectlnn 2 *o-
road and orldae district or regarded as an additional method IU."U. was on the day .nl. the Cnnltlt..tlnn of I

A RIDE THE BUSSES other special taxing' district outtandmg Amendment thereto 141. embraced within enaction, ti amended .I.
on Jul teL IB31 or anv re ADpro"ed bv the Oovernor May i : JOnn RBSOLDTION Dumb. 14 to Tt" b
nu.dln.I issue* thereof Said Board 1..1.Plied Amendment to Article par election Pr*> foIO- o"ltlc :
Courteous Correct Information hall base. the Sta tutor* cowers 01 t.iod: to office Ben at .ta.... May I the Constitution a Florida =IDCt numbered IS and 01 a* 1.. Tlh'
-
loards ot Onuntv Commissioners and thereto an .ddIUoa.Section of the western shore of Blcavn *- 1\,1
lone Trustee and at any other ting the veal the Power Bay. all a* established b* a resolution enrotorStion whirl l

Given You At Authority ot ipeoial road and bridge A JOINT RBSOLOTION: Proposing of making Rule* and Regulation, Re of the Count Commissioner chip o bsree r.nl.
dUrtrlewJ and other. _lei Sauna' ) die- l.n Amendment to Article I V of the latingso.. the Conservation 01 Bait of said County adopted November 14. sole n rI.dLwh"b
trim inereoT with regare) to eald Constitution ot tne State 01 Water Flab and Bait Water 'V2designated] .Resolution He .bDUld "
Florida ,C
UNION BUS STATION bonds except$ that the.Dower to levy Relative to the txeeutlv Department tn a 8 o Commission Pu 1077;f .hfVesf'55 In" u.

1 ad ......nr..mIe..expressly withheld by Adding thereto an Additional. See. 8'LJ RELV BT' ) LBOIS. A"otl. e tb call District* hsn .tautloa. .tl ;
from said bnardt and shall take overall tlon to Crest a Oam and Frees LATCRft T ePI. tt. and only* the .. tic'
oapera document and record Water Fish Commission That Artlcl ,..8TATEOrRA' t.- O the .lit day least ..
eoneernln the .am* Bald Board BJLJTr RESOLVED BT ITm LBOISLATTRB tutlon o*. UM stat C"- of -Ml. .mD In Commissioners scientific mlnlepL .hl"I"
k' shall bav the cover from time to OP TRW STAT or FLORIDA mended by a. Plod District OommlicmersVpistrlct *- earV. finterfl5noses. 'b'
.
_____________ time to issue refunding: bond to ma That the following Amendment to tionaL Section eddn known &BecUon 8 a* descrIbed h pmid to
ture within the eald fifty veer Article IV ot the Constitution Of tb* 3 of said The the Minute ot the lament ln' '
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS period. for any of said outstanding Slate ot Florida relative to the execu L.le.t. .rtle. II authorising power of ty Commissioner* ot ald .County at SectionS t .n nrM
: bond or interest thereon and to 5Cure tive Department by adding thereto an 'S., and ." relating max to.t.of page 14 ., eo t the Csttu'l: : 0"1';
them b 1.'I. '
a eledge nt anticipated .additional Section to be Another of eh* sail Oommtaaloner A

? *' _ 4! Gasoline Oils and Fuels fuel receipts. from. euro e soiin. or other !Section! 30 of mid Article IV.known creating as Salt Krr a .I.. District .fa comprise th. territory ap. -"' '
taxe to be distributed uC t b Which _
te mien a Oame and Fresh Water Fish commission mllO. O o. o th* first day of Anvil Plied hi oN1
COyote as bevels provided bur not b* and the same ia to and 1/1. In CommuMlonera Dis 11.
WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING a bonds, e greater now bearand rate nt Interest than said agT.,e<* It and allah be submitted hereby to ._ of .ba elate submitted 01.Plodde to tc""brac. described In Book June Tb. VoteS 111 h efa-
to issue cell or the Elector* for ietifle5tio minute of th Commissioners
w. of the lute! of Florida 'ejection' County
: GIVE US A RING WE DELIVER nehanee on behalf, of anv. eouotv or for ratification or rejection at .... 0.neye.l: S3 act Ion o held on M the the of said County at nag 1Met said pppePdcasuals. dec "
unit toe the sole.' Purpne of retiring General Election: to b* held on the tint Tuesday s&l first Monday **a. and also an the which shall S'.SSiS'TiSrMralatKm !
aid bonds issued bv. well county. or first Tuesday after the first Monday In 2242. tollows on the first day tt.o 1M1. thereof. '
;I- Special road and budge district. or in November 1041 a. follower "!!f.mber. : .,$ o AilL num. *J"lfi .r
The h r""e
H. E. TUCKER Agent other special taxing dUtnct thereof Section 30 I PI'Om..d.Jr Jantsrv Veal IeCt1 3 Board ..1.-- 1 1 Pae. *....b.tm .. b I Pod" (

?easplloe? .._or .other!besrin fuel Interest tax anticipation at not .tim 1 eonservatHxt 143 the management and regulation,_ol now by created or that .p OIIO. ; .I U afetesald Iutl ISO U lta; : I_

For Sinclair Refining Co. more than three 131 Dry cent .... eit-- th* biro ....*. far bearing animals n authors" 10 1' and establish Anottwr; of the eald Dletrleta l" .' .
Hum In such S'nft" rlthou
denomination r. regird aI .ms" "
aad anattirra and fresh water rub of the Stat 01 COinpris.
Phone 158 at roth time within tb* fifr Florida and) lbs acqulsttloB.. establishment So the. .Pplcaton NiL, I, the iss *. It Wble_we br$15d the "o .,
Starke, FIa. 1501 year perm* a. the Board mae eoonol and management of and **Jt ... .t '* Oooamissloaei Aa ,..

U'eSe""III.. to nddltlon to exerelsin. etcher)** anrtuartea refuge f** r. tu",. I deeclb.d in Book 4 0' thMlSut' n &' a Oa"I
powers tww provided 22120eId a Jqn u. ,
by itatut rauons., aa4 aa othe nvoovty mam t the Count. Commissioner aid -- A
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.: : ftR.-\nI"ORD C'OTTNTV Tr.Y.'FOIC"M' aTtRRR trrname
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SAMPSON CITYBy GRAHAM home after an extended visit with !

Mrs. S. E. Joan By Mrs. I* C. Smith I her sisters Mrs. Margaret Blon i iJ iI

of Camp Shelby Miss., and Mrs
i
SUCCESSFUL Mrs. S. E. Jonep! has returned Mrs. J. A. Graves is spending Ruth Strickland of Ebro Fla J

home after a vacation from being several weeks with datives In
Gene Grlffls of Jacksonville
a months.shut-In during the winter Orlando and Tampa. spent the week-end with his fam- Kathleen Norris Says : !

: PARENTHOOD Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingand ily here.
1:7
CHRISTIAN CONVENTIONThe ;: : family spent Sunday with Andy Morrell of Jacksonville

convention of the Christian Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling at spent the week-end with his Don't Dirorcc an Unfaithful Father ) l--

Churches of Bradford County was Brooker. daughters Mrs Mathel Green and

held Sunday and a basket dinner Mrs. Lacy Edwards and daughter Miss Opal Morrell. Bell Syndicate: -WNU Feature. ij ijI

I. KM. CAT!>ZEXNE CONIAO EDWAIDS was served. The meeting was Miss Louise Edward, spent Mrs Lugene Prevatt and son,

A8McIa'Ie tatter foraatK 1Moead.. well attended with a real fellowship the Week-end with Mr and Mrs. Earl have. Joined Mr. Prevatt.

from all the seven churches R. S. Wasdln. who Is employed In Jacksonville. I

Miss L I Inn I e McCully. Miss
LEARNS TO Millard Varnes Weotley Snyder o f Kingsley :
YOUR CHILD WALK and Louise Gracie Lee Durbln and Mlsn Floe ,
Varneo Lake and Mrs. Dan Boree of '
were shopping in Starke llf
ence McCully of Jacksonville are I'l
are apt to put too much of opportunity to kick from the day Saturday.Mr. spending this week with Mrs. McCully' Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and r ., l
which he is born is Mrs. C. A Grlffls of
the age at a following nature's way Thursday I .
on and Mrs Artford Brown ., mother. Mrs. C. Fogg. \
A light, quick. of making strong feet and legs. Never last week. ti :f
4 ch din T take to his let the baby wear tight stockIngs. returned home to Tampa after a Mrs Eva Strickland. Mrs. Ida Mrs. Fannie Keen of Tennessee a t
two weeks' vacation with rela Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J.
months whlie a heavier Do not tuck the blankets In W. was visiting Mrs. Mary Drown ti.
OM may need another tightly around the baby's legs. tives and friends here. Starling were business visitorsto last week. i.

before he can negotiateIt When the child starts to creep Mrs Jack Rose and little Melrose recently I i.I
balancing act we call don't try to hurry him through this daughters Mrs. Mary Brown was vldtlng. h V
spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdln of I
Nor ice early walking necessary stage because: he'!! gets her uncle. Duggar Jones on her ; Waldo visited Mr. Watdin's par- Mrs. Will Bradley of Hellbronn A
smarter than himself dirty. Again Springs last week.
"t uiJ i I. creeping isnature's t
c way from Washington. D. C., to coin, Mr. and Mrs. H U. Wasdln, r
than d. of ) .
me st.y more way ttrenKtUcUne: / the Sgt. and .Irl& Walter Jones of .
Is reccsearily a sign abdominal muscles Tne opposite her home In Hollywood. Sunday.Mr. Ohio have returned home after e p
entslity.ring! However. If your concern is wile when the child Horace Varnes of Brunswick and Mrs. S. 'W Roberts of spending a few days with Mrs. ., i 1 'ae e ,
walk after learns to stand-that is Ga. was his here Brooker the ta d o I. ,
eJ ro etrt! to watch that visiting parents spent week-end here Edna Jones of Bethel ] /1f a
it Is advisable to consult he does not overdo this new per Sunday.Mr. with relatives.Mr. 1s
I .
A.
C Grtffls and Mrs Ad \
fcr.iouently. formance for his feet< may not yet and Mrs. Fred Kills wentto and Mrs ,f. P Summers Griffin made I' Y
a business trip to
be
ready to the
carry weight of his
unblessed cause body. Gainesville on business one day Mrs. L. C. Smith and Mrs Alta Gainesville Monday ; it. / ,
'Inactivity Is that itn this week. Gaudloso were baldness visitorsto "
Shoes are not necessary until the
_. made worth his whUe baby starts to walk. They should Mrs Jonle Hall is spending the Starke Friday. CIanat.

.'I1scl1.ho If someone makes: a sound cornel, have a firm sole with soft leather week with her daughter. Mrs. T. Revival service!! began; at the i II. t J JI
c ever One-half Inch l lo C. Thomas in Palatka.Mr. church >
by toys for uppers. !:yrr than Baptist Monday night FMll1ONtiY .
iiirreurv.icd
merely has t,') reach out a the baby's foot and one-quarter Inch a,d Mr* Jim McCully were with the Rev. Fobes E. Fuller of 0 o. a $:LQ

may itt ccts ter this wider when he is stanantf! on his attending to business In New Lawtey conducting the meetings.!

round Ms elders do as own weight is a safe rule for measurement River Saturday.Miss I Everybody is invited to attend. .7

.8 is eel posed to Imitate.Lai flexible wide Make enough sure not that to they cramp are Louise Jones of Ft. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling : 1 :

disturbances: and unassimilated the toes and rough' enough to pre spent the week with Mr. and spent Saturday in Ocala.

[ calcium may vent slipping. It is a good idea to Mrs. E. D. Jones. EurnteThomas and Bert

tit delay In walking scratch the leather soles of a new Miss Estelle McCully Is spend- Broughton two of our young (

I will went your doctor to pair of shoes with a sharp knife to trig the week with her aunt in men are leaving this week for PATRICIA DOW a
i have resulted in
thee avoid skids.When .
Lake Butler. the U. S. Army.
jri e building: it would be the toddler learns to take
Mrb. Margaret Brown visit. Tommie Reynolds of Reddlck p2
was
the child Into
a hurry his first steps alone does he reserve
it walking Bow legs andes : this new achievement merely for ing relatives In Lake Butler last spent the week-end with Mr. and

_> are a frequent result getting from one place to another? week. Mrs. Roy Reynolds.

Impatience to have Certainly not-walking is fun I So Mrs. Leah Brown of Tampa was I

liking as soon as a neigh- give him plenty of space and don't visiting relatives here Sunday. THERESSAlly 0Ua
think he is being naughty If his
Homer Johns of Starke was
Mrs. n. I>. snafu.
fire ways however. Incan new freedom makes him a greater here on business Monday.The May
child get care than when his movementswere
u help a
Sampson Church called the By MlMH Ida Hugan
him circumscribed.
alk. Giving plenty
Rev. C. C. Butler from New Mrs. Roy Dennison and, children I
Alt thin tints myiiivbnnii nut rvnrif{ ,4/nia fit merely, another rniM, now
River for the pasturate here and were visiting Mrs. Dennlson'saunt .., ,,,,.. I
lee Kant her /for hit silo' / a. Hat asked me for o cln"
dy Institute's he will be here next Sunday to Mr. and 1011's.V.. Fuckham I

fill his appointment. last week By KATHLEEN NORRIS

HLOMSEHOME Elmo Powell of South Miami I i THE LESSER EVILTho

Ikly Sermon HAMPTON la spending n few days with Mr' I IN the many years during woman 14/10 -/looses i/i-
and Mrs. K. S. Siblcy. which I have been writing
By II. U. Wiggins vorce at the tolntion oher
,\OKT1I LIVING? Audrey Ann Prevatt of Starke these articles, one ques marital problems// runt the rid; '

years ago Clarence :METHODIST LADIES: MEET: : Is visiting her grandparent. Mr. tion has been asked frequent- of having to face even grrntrronhnppinear
Iny Members of W. and W.
the Methodist Mrs. W IMckhnm here more frequently
"If I were a young ly-perhaps And 1there are
from college thisId S. C. S. met at the home of Mrs. ; thin week "Is infl- .
sting than any other. It Is children even fidelity l. nottiifficient '
all : J. L. Myers Tuesday\ afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and children
It corn-
chuck 42yeDet for divorce her
;
4 delity a justification cause for to
worth liv- aru 3 o'clock. The subject for discussion and Miss Margery Hall were \
Life Isn't was "Where Our Missionaries business visitors to Jacksonvillelast 11jzi when children are Involved mnkn inch. a choice. She mutt

l"| uttered Since that the tragic world sen-has or of Sitter M.r?'. KltcheiT:: Are And The Work They Monday ?" My answer has in- face heartbreak end iiupicion

veral notches lower In Are Doing." After the discussion Miss Elizabeth Phillips employed evitably been "no." and yet remain; calm. She mutt

ot living and its Inter- Fall cleaning Is at hand Indoors a brief business session was held with the Southern liell Tele The women who have no not let the lout of the con/ ,

of life and out with busy days ahead. and tempting refreshments were phone Co., In Starke. was visiting children don't ask this device and love of the man the :,
Yards and gardens must be raked served by the hostess during the I her father, D: J. Phillips Sr.. ques- married di'urball comfort
y half the householdswould dead plants burned and fallen social hour. I last week. I II tion. They simply get their and serenity of hit home. That I.
say that today'slife for the
leaves gathered compost pit divorces. It is when thereis
Mrs. Hilda and childrenof
Griffith
1 II not worth lIving.In Houses must be gone over for minor Mrs. Ethel Jones Tidwell of it, of course, asking o great '
their lonely night repairs and screens and porch Miami are spending some time a small son or daughter in deal but by 'following thin
Jacksonville visited here over the with their and the family that the > \ i
Mr. Mrs.
parents;
with their furniture put away in good order. course rather than the other I
an eagles ,
All tools and equipment must be week-end ,, A. L. Sullivan. I lam presents Itself and that a woman's -
Ine the earth for prey, Misses Zelma and Inez Cox of one of divorce the will avoid I
stored so as to keep them in good Tommy Zelglejr of Jacksonville decision to seek a divorce I .
wtul, wives, who .from .condition. Replacement may be Melrosov visited Misses. Frances has been visiting'his grand brings Infinite misery to the Innocent adding her mittake
ages look with terror hard to get so we must take care and June Johnson last weekend.Mrs parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Zelg- as well as the guilty. The mere temblance of hap

a. and land, all must of what we have. C. L. May and Mrs. M. C. ler." He was accompanied home Possibly very high spiritual and religious py home it bad enough, but

utility even the stark When you are cleaning house be Sweeney were shopping in Gainesville last and grounds might be cited as in this rate it it the letter
of Sunday by Mr. Mrs J.
critical of the arrangement
very
t living. Monday. reasons *galn'" such divorces; but evil.
the furniture when you return it to I). Grlffls. I
|mockery that such de- the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Priester of these are not the grounds upon
living room mere rearrange- Mrs. B. Burke was a visitor to
Id come out of man's ment may make .pleasanter liv Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. R. Jacksonville last Monday. which I base my position. It Is Today's; mall brings m* this letter tJ

Victories-a world of ing.: Every piece should have a definite L. Morris of Macclenny spent Mrs. W. D. Garrett and brother based solely upon human happiness. .

I perfection and moralent reason for its placing. Personal Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Gerald Truman were business visitors to A woman who preserves the out "I am a woman of 34 married
habits decide where to put certain ward dignity of her home saves her
; a gadget world i Adkins. Just ten years I Idealized Rob for
Atlanta Ga. last week.
ry step Is made more pieces of furniture. Easy chairs Pvt. and Mrs. Bruce White of children the spiritual disturbance of year before we were married and I \
We to of
with foot rests invite one to sit before are sorry hear the faith In their father main-
le. and every night Jacksonville were recent guestsof 1 losing for years afterward. We have two
the Ore and make a delightful illness of T B. Trlest. f mother
wlfo
her as
rible; a world to which grouping in front of the fireplace. the latter's parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MHllken I tains position Inward beautiful girls, eight and five. We

ejected Christ of God A comfortable chair near a window Mrs. L. D. Brown.W. and children, Sylvia and Glenn .. JV and house manager and disillusionment.despite Is four have been Inseparable, loving,
"A attractive to knit or readin heartbreak admiring each other always happy
man's life consisn Is an spot T. and Andrew Saxon of
the abundance of the the daytime with a lamp on an Pompano are visiting their broth- were visiting Mrs. Mllliken's. par- R192 1 In the end far happier than the wom- together, Seven months ago there
table the chair-arm for ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan an who breaks all ties pulls uproots '
elbow by "
was a change
Icb he possesseth.' era, J. H. and B. Y. Saxon here last Sunday.Mr. Two-Piece FrocK and horrifies
light after dark. Chairs grouped scars young
who has taken placeIn
"The girl my
ever was a day whened this week. Pattern Ne. 1193-We predict a
with small tables suggest relaxed and Mrs. Guy Sullivan and minds with devastating revelations Is 18.
heart only
a this Is thee Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins busy career for this young two- my husband's
gospel
of
and pleasant hours conversation Mrs. Sullivan's parents were visit suburbs of the details of marital failure. hu.band'sward.
frock-It will look well In She Is orphaned my
word gospel means for family and friends. A desk spent Friday In Orlando. 'PIece .
Harsh Descrlptloas.Th
ing Mr. Sullivan's Mr Some
parents. it will serve for travel and She Is very beautiful Innocent
s, and out of anxiety can be placed at a right angle to a Carl Brown was a business of this Is all about us.
and Mrs. A. L. SuLI van, recently. will be e boon for city life! Tunic proof and artless In manner and
9t and disillusionment, window for In correspondence.order to insure good visitor to Tampa last Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Dampier and son, top has soft, rollback collar gracefully To Justify herself In the step she rich. To Robert the thought of possessing

longs for good news. light e Saturday.Miss Billy, of Starke 'were visiting. pointed Is a flattering length takes a woman describes her faulty all this loveliness, youth I

k Cod there Is a gos- If you are fortunate enough to Madge Gay of Jacksonville Mrs. Dampler's parent" Mr. and and carries a pair of smart pock spouse as nothing less than a mon- charm and tilt added IndependenceIs
proclaimed and It be- spent last week-end with her par. ets. The skirt is young with itspleatta Keep check some time on the
have an asparagus bed don't neglect Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Sunday.HIGHLAND the front and back. ster. evidently. acting like an Intoltt-
an affirmative answer to give it a heavy top dressingof ents Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay.A. Grand across for washable cottons suchas number of your divorced friends who eating wine. He I Is completely be-

lion. Is life worth llv- some stimulant that will insure A. Gay and daughter, seersucker pique or poplin. A describe their ex-husbands a* fiends, witched. Alma makes no secret of

thick tender stalks next spring. Yvonne of Green Cove Springs good style too for dark linens. mental casts, moral degenerates. her passionate devotion to him. "
I lives to give you His As soon as growth is over for the were weekend guests of Mrs. J. By Miss Beth Wfanberiy Pattern No. 8193 Is in sizes 12. 13. Their own mothers can't stand them. Since ate war very small she has

true He was slain on season the chances trees and of ferns success from in J. PIckren and family. Mrs. H. C. Wlraberly. Miss Ethel 14. 15. 16. 18 and 20. Size 14. with Their clubs have expelled them. been In the habit of kissing him.

put death could not hold the transplanting woods are the very best. Be Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Owens of Ricks and Carson I Griffis were short sleeves requires 9H'' yards 30- They ought to be In Institutions. sitting on his knee, ruffling his hair

Death is the penalty sure that you can supply the right Starke were visiting here Sun visitors to Starke FrIday inch material. "Ann." I said one to a friend She continues all this. All this time

ad 1 He had never sinned natural growing conditions before day afternoon.Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent the week. who was in course of being divorced until now he has regarded her as '

i he suffered was due us, you take up any plants. Exposure Mary Dyal and Miss Ruth end In Gainesville with his "how could you tell Tommy" merely another child; but now h*

"g our sins upon Him, soil and drainage should approxi- Dyal were shopping In Starke re mother Mrs Cox. ................................ and Ellen" that Tom struck you' wants her for his wife.
defensively
mate the original location. "Well. she answered -
our place.n't plant bulbs for early centl). Mrs. Zettle Padgett Mrs. Bee- Jf..A.wr well have struck It Never L..&..
a broken heart but spring You caD flowering until the ground The Hampton Junior HI diamondball die Norman Mrs. A. Norman and _.............................. me"he as have might said as some of the things "I know the wreckage of his Ufe

healing in Christ. There freezes but it's a good Idea to get games are about to begin. E. Austin visited relatives at that would follow this step. AlmaIs
recked life but may find the bulbs in the ground Just as srnn Everybody turn out and back up Dade City Sunday. ...................................... he This did. Is typicaL The, ,cculiin.wom.n shallow, flirtatious seH-cent rd

Ii 1 renewal_a new life- as you receive them. Prepare tie our teams.L. Miss. Virgie Griffin and Mrs. G. lowers herself; she becomes a* most little beauties of her age. I

ance of Christ. He will soil well in it advance deep working of the plant it up A. Wynn. Mrs. J. P. Hazen P. Grlffls and children were Sat- Naar.of Mpf..u..oa..wo vituperative and spiteful. Only a She loves to pout and teas; she I

need of your past sin ing finely digging and enriching well with bone and Miss Kathryn Clemons were urday visitors to Btsrke."Mr. Fitter K.......... Mora......... new great love, accompanied with wants to go to Hollywood to study
tout. H e will meetnt meal and wood ash s. Plant daffodils recent visitors to Miami and other and Mrs. Percy Lee of understanding and patience and gentleness for the Alms and b* has promisedto

needs. As you trust four to six inches deep and points In South Florida Jacksonville spent .Sunday here ........... IS pittera._too ddr to .....d..>. to liar-- can restore her to a normal take her. If only Sally will be an

d 1 yield to Him He will eight or ten inches apart. Tul'ps Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastaln with Joe Mary attitude toward Uf*. She doe not angel and say ',.nl' His Infatuation

i through the experiences are planted five to six Inches deep spent last 'week, I at Salt Springsand Miss Kathleen Marr returned Pamela Dow Patterns often find that love; she i Is In no for her will last only as long as

Fill one day you will and nine to twelve inches apart. Daytona Beach. Sunday from a week's visit with ttt W. lull St.. Now York W. Y. condition to And it. she chooses to Batter him and be
bulbs are
His very presence. Our American grown don't hesitate Notify Mayor M. I* Watterson relatives in Jacksonville. So my advice to her Is to stick to It. sweet; then' some younger man will

T'h Christ life is worth most satisfactory them where so they are avail- about your scrap Iron and rub Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Normanand To stop suspicion to conquer sensitiveness com along, and Rob reputation and
',,1 the to use RULED: INDEX CARDS-3zbt: facts. Tom the practice destroyed wife and children
children to accept
end with Him Is able. spent Sunday I In
I,
ant and eternal: Sow some flower seeds In your ber.Coatsey Rlgdon. Raleigh Bran. Lawtey with Mr. and Mrs. Bill .I per nRADPORn COVN"I'VI.,4 dear attentive, delightful companion alienated will b* left In the ruins of

bulb beds and borders if you h... nen and Joe Wiggins were calledto Pendarvis. PIII'Fnll f) of only a few years past, loves his own life. Rob Is Just 40. .

1 lS SCHEDULE bars spaces that you can't fill with Blanding Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brlnnon! was !('nFLOnllils it ('TIA\. another woman. That part of Ma "Th alternative to my shrieking

Leave Starke bulbs. Forgetmenots. violas and will and Sgt. Odin P. Lowman who U a visitor to Starke Friday. CKHY. 3rd. Plaintiff. VM.Marlon ry's ute Is over; the joyous beloved at him. as I sometimes want to d.,. ,

Id Eastbound pansies like with cool daffodils weather and tulips if stationed at a camp near Augusta.Ga. Jimmy David of Charleston. S. Hwnry OpperniAfi.JM ripperman,, Defendant.C'aiio confident part. She has lived Take her and get out; I never 'I
St. blossom his wife here.A. No. lire only for him adored her son and want to see either of you Idiot.
i is visiting
3:15: : A. M. in the fallMethodist C.. Is visiting his grandparents OKI>Ell r>F PfRMfATTOXAVf :
lr. sewn !because they were again! Is the bitter of living
... 7:39: A.' M.V C. (Buck) Dennison has Mr. and Mra. T. A. Brinson. NOTICB TO Afl'KAIt daughter partly one \
toMarlon It hasn't been enough; ithasn't with silent, resentful man. whoa ;
with the Sea Bees. STATES OK PIxmiDA also his. a
6:45: P. M. Church signed up Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman V, Opprrman w hOH. r.sldea.s l l.
her. will be I have destroyedhis
saved attitude that
J"- St. Augustine Jim Minton of Tampa. is visit- Miss Maggie Crews and Miss. Cleo No. 417 PrnnHylvHnla Av.nu.*. Freeport 1
H- York. Nothing can save Mary from the one chance for happiness In life.
' I. N.w
next L.
7:20: A. M. Services at the Church ing his: brother Aaron Minton. Norman were visitors to Starke You ar.. required to appear nn bitter humiliation of knowing that That my own life I Is destroyed I I
\f. 6:40: P. M. Sunday as follows: this week. Saturday.Mr. fVtnher Oth.. 1941 In tb. above hold her
hasn't been able to Inno- .'
there girls
anti cause. wh *reln she know. But are my
named Court
Nr' For Palatka Church School 10 A. M. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Davis and and Mrs. :Brooks Mo ley ..*..kH divorce. Bradford man. Divorce won't save her that; cent and sweet and completely unconscious I

IM. Worship 11 O'clock. daughter. Hazel and Sgt. J. W. made a business trip to Green County' IVtorraph shall publish divorce will only advertise it to the of all this. Until vary (I
Morning four weekly !ha'U.S. -
lie Sermon Subject! "A Labor Of Denmark of Valdosta. Ga.. have Cove Springs Wednesday.Mr. thin. .Order In next whole world. Divorce hands ail the lately their father's devotion to i

Been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lyle and Mrs. E. M. Brinson Witness. my hand and official trump cards to the new sweetheart; them from the very hour of their

d Leave Starke Service. at Young this week. and children visited Mrs. Brln- *2Sth..ai at 1942.dpvre'IAI.Burke, Florida this August the latter grabs them easily, and a birth has been the admiration of ,,
Meeting
Weatbound Youth Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilson of Sons mother MmPoytbress.. at <(< VIRAL: ) A. J Thomas few days after the divorce Is granted all our friends. h
:i 8:25: : .A. M. 7:00: P. M.EvenIng. Lake Wales were visiting friends Macclenny Sunday As Clerk of aald Court. I-3S 41 '-UOTI she marries Tom. to his enduring It
indeed
Worship 8:00: O'clock. hers. "I can send Alma away; : I
and
1:40: P. M. this week. wretchedness
here
M Over > ('K TO ( IIF.ItlTOHlNotlcv Is already arranged that sh* Is togo : 1
[ 5:5:5: P_ M. Subject: "Love Triumphant Miss Lou Williams) of Gainesville noATDRAINBy In hereby given to all Mary Is also wretched. WretchedIf dramatic school In southern -
to a \
eWllle 12.0 A.. M. Evil. was the guest of Miss creditors/ and claimant of the. she lives a lop-sided lonely Uf* '
dera California. But what sort of a
Phillip
M.
Charles
Wednesday Mrs Z. X. Griffin Estate of sharing their ce
J.at': 8:25: : P. M. Prayer Service each Miriam Guy Monday. .*d. to fM. your claim, duly with the children, husband would I have after all this?
at' 8 P. M. worn In, with K K. P...rrym..n.rflunI' real and applesauce at six o'clock
"
M. welcome to all. Hen are dying for the rear Mrs E. E. Lee and children '' Jiid* of Bradford County and going to bed at nine. Mar What am I to do? i-
8:25: A. M A cordial within eight. monthn from will bring to
of Bethel were visiting Mrs. Florida Divorce only misery
ala she marries someone
Freedoms. ,The least we esj will he barred. by wretched U
Via 8:25: P. M. STENOOBAIUIEKS NOTE t do here at home Is to bayWar Ralph Gainey and Mrs. Albert date Statute or of Panic Limitation. This August who doesn't understand them or love you Sally, and In the long run to

e.Ocala Gainesville' BRADFORD BeDda-IG.% for War Griffis Sunday. 27th 1542.Minnie theta him too. /
Executrll.S21
; Tampa PADS- 13C each Phillip, :" __ .-
Miss Morrell has returned
Opal
day. 4t 11.11
urr. COUNTY TELEGRAPH.J Hoods every pay


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kLI4 ST..rUtE. FLORIDA FRD\.
.".....,. ..."" ..... BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII. = SIMft,1! ,

-1I''.' \ \ ;I -- I'11 ("IK'I'.T KloHlUAl BHnFORD.' ,II& from there any Is an parcel existing through State Road.which hattie In nl >
. Case No. 2105.okiict &\1 ( l- I rtlc
allllll.otloo '
3r"n, I' .. Membership Campaign "I" PUBLIC"ATIOX ( 0" NTV. WMl Of SW" Of l4Wt' of nfeyl, issued fnr .. ,''' -
.t..t.t t\ < ;\ . OUR SERVICE HTA1I3 1.J1o' rWMtlUA to. HrolaWies. Defend..nt. proper
.
\ Thomas L. DeLoach and Wm.H. .nnett, whose roddenco l- I. :r"A. on W side of NW& of SWu' nth.OiiftWVt'''
CroHlancl H
to ........ at Interest ro..r....1.. jtarct tlireel.! ('ace No 2137.JItDF1t N. I A Church. "Sea. ford tlIIlI( It
II
I. \ Jones were the first two U 140Iarlboro : PURLIC'ATIO AND Ex. Twp. ME4 Florld lJ.
.. .. p..rIn erIe 1I.n-1 010' 'J'
( llrs.lfor now r 22 E 9 Acres.TRIJTIVEi6 IIW'' ,
Carolina. '6t!. Kg. "" ,
,'f I t /,' "..... .'........ und frlfniln sir. uraed leMe-rs lormnirrnlv Legionnaires to pay their 1943 netMVllle You are South rrriulred to appear: Ctfl NtJTH'010'! TO FLOIUUA A..EAIt to; Edward OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT or R. 20 less. E '>nllllnin.IIoe, tr..

..' br HrlimlM* In new. *.."ml.. .. ... dues In the Jones-Langford-Whlte October 6th. 114S, In the aboveiiiod l I t1TATJo1 .... whose residence. : FUND STATE OP The t
I "1\ from IhN..r.. away f*...n .. ** f. wherein'inIntiff 3... BrwKecelvln FLORIDA. tlh"..,.
l ','I I'"' I' mm Mrt Hi. rr wrIte. arllrltlrsnf Im IMTHrurnph. Font of the American Legion. Court seek.and dlvone cau Bradford. I" Ship.California.You lout: Inland. Ity A. J. Thomas, prty sued ulld"" 'h..non'.''d" Ii"....

.i\i ) ,I I Ii I, .. rrpnrtlnjc ent null Adjutant H. A. Carlton has an- County Telenraph nhall publish.'ii U.tneM Man. Frunclvco are required to appear on Agent Trustees 1. I, Fund Bradford Turner wan, jf (hi 11&..
. iNlrrrMl.The .
weeKly
,' '" "- .. .. nounced that the campaign for I >. order ii'I' tiext four October 6th. J942. In the abovenamed County. it Un I.... aid ,

membership is now on. and that sU",.'. nil \Lid. and official Heal, Court. and cause.and wherein Maiden r..at""m"d, "ccnrdlll''01'1111, I
C. Jackson Is in radio I seeke divorce
Robert Property
r 1 Is Inaugurating SeplomWWlcf plaintiff IV! "uu'I'r: COIHT. IIRADFOISO(0U51'V. ,
I this :
Telegraph ,
4 which It training at Keesler Field, Biloxi. all who desire may go to the office ; at StarkesKlorldii. Bradford County FLOHIOAI IV:' CHAN.Hur sold to th. hllJh.lt<\ 11>-_'".'
feature Telegraph thin Orderin
? this week a new of the Bradford County Tele- !VfcA A. J. Thoma.As .hall publUli courthoNe. door bi
all Mltw. All are In the pink of Al L) weekly. |1551151. V'White day In on I
four
feel will be appreciated by Clerk of paid Court. 9-4 41 9-26 next official Mime Plaintiff vs.ItensIC the month '..
graph and secure their cards hand and Which I. ot
fine. upon Witness my McCullough Mima, Defen tn.
.i1t health and
along
readers. We expect to give a getting Starke. Florida. thin september I 941, 6tb dl'
paymentof their dues. It will IV CIHC1ITCOINTY. l'i ,rit.'r. Bit "U"'OHII eal at dant. Case No. 2114. II I
few words 0 f uptotheminutenews HLOHIUllm IN: l''N- 2nd., UU.OIo'FtCIAL ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND 19n ted liii. IrS
'
Buck Crawford former employeat save someone a trip to see youif ( SEAL' ) A..1. Thoma. NOTICE! TO APPEAR ""M
of boys CEll )
i. about some our Denmark's Furniture Store. hall you will send or bring them in Th :Martin. Plaintiff. v*. WootsI A. Clerk of ald Court. 9-4 4t 9-26 STATE OF FLORIDA ,to: BeRPleMcCullou..h Clerk(OIo'Io'XC'lAr. SEAL)
a who are In Uncle Sam's fighting .. Martin Ueiemlant. Cane No. Minis, K e e v e svllle. DC Circuit -wi
COUtl
; forces every week. Frlenda and already been made a supply sergeant now. :. .v -mri'iT (,061ST. BRADFORDC'O"NTV. Dorchester County South Carolina.You County FloridaNOTM ,
Claiborne La. .IU3RnER OB PUBLICATION FLORIDA IX: CIIAXOracle. : are required to appear on 1-1
'ib4 at Camp
. of men In the service APPKAU 6th. In 'R ni
relative AND NOTlI-B TO tiiit'. October 1942 the above .
.
Invited to send In any news Cliff Hazen also one o Den- Building Permits STAT! OP KL.OKIDA' to: Woots A. Carroll. Plaintiff vn. 151iner named Court and cause, wherein 10'01T'AP..1f.
are .. 18 Ainia, No. plaintiff ....k. divorce. Bradford. 15".lte OtQ
In mark's former employes. is in the I Martin W no.. remuonee J. Carroll Defendant. Case BIII
Letters from boys NOTICE a
have. .hall '
they County Telegraph publish this IS 11
service will also be appreciated air corps stationed at Las Vegas 3. D. Seymour August 18. $300 "yr
clal Interest. N. Mex. He has been "seeinK for a 20x20-foot frame additionto October 6th.. ,, U2.! In the above NOTICE TO APPEAR my hand and official day Certificate. 01 No IfI, I.h.14or....,
of s e wherein
and e .
are p named Court and 05050. STATS OK KLOH1JA to Elmer seal at Starke. Florida,. this August tloPlemb.r
4 Items may be mailed 01' broughtto the country" and running aroundso present building; R. H. Mathe '....Intlll ....k. divorce. Bradford J. Carroll whose residence ia Un 29th, 1942.OFFICIAL. filed made .flflIe In 11I1 A.oltlCa 0 II
{ Telegraph. much he doesn't know whether and Miss Arline Mann $380 con- County Telegraph hall publish Ihl. known. ( SEAL,) A..1. Thomas to be .ppllralion tOt. :
the Bradford CouMy weeKly I..su. As Clerk of said Court. 9-4 4t Issued
Order In next four to onOctober 9-25 there
r : he Is going to "walk; run or fly", crete block residence on the west Witness.. n>y band. and official; You are 6th.required 1942. In the appear above Cats Pmirees:: t lit: !.
.
Lt. C.;' Futch' son of Mr. he wrote S. G. Denmark. half of lot 19 in block 13 of the neal at Stark,. Florida, this Sep.tember named Court and cause, wherein NOTICE OK APPI.IeTION9'OIt : i 1'1'lb..d Bradford property ) ,tilt"t.""t.,
C Merrill Srd., 1943OPPICIAU .....kll divorce. Bradford TAX: DEED state ,?
jt1f and Mru. C. A. Futch. landed Gaskins addition; Bonnie Berry- ( SEAL! ) A. J. ThomasAn County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this (Senate Bill N... .113) Soctlon Lots 19, 20. J). I. i I.""i'J
"nomewhere In Hawaii" on May George Manama! who startedoff roan $3,500 August 24, 1-1 tory Clerk of saId Court 9-4 4t 9-26 Order In next four weekly "Innuen.Witness NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Range 22 J iailTJ""J; ( .*.t I
q Lester Kite l and L. J.
hand and official That Wynn
$ him frequently serving Uncle Sam as a buck apartment building to house seven APPLICATION FOIl my more or le l
from
3 17. They hear NOTICE OK seal at !Htarke! Florida, this September holder of Tax Certificate No. 858, .
and air mall comes from private, has now attained the apartments to be constructed In TAX I)KK1enat > 2nd.. 1942. Issued the 2nd., day. of September The .MII..men .r tho ,
l4 (" Mill %... 18:11NO'l'ICt : ) A..1. Thomas, A D. 1940 ha. filed same In .rty unde, thr '''lid.. a
OFFICIAL 8KAL) my ..
3 rank of and has to court on lots 3 and 4 of block 35 ( sued "
sergeant gone tIIEN.That wa "
there often In only five days. : IS I1EHKHY: Aa Clerk of said. Court. 0-4 4t 9-25 office and has made application for r Ih, n....
received letter August 30 Fort Monmoutb, N. J. He recently of Peek's addition building to J. tI.. Kunlce; holder of TtlX a tax deed to be Issued thereon. lll1rn..M. r
.
They a UnlMilaid .
reHpectlvely.No. ,
M Certificates Numbered Said certificate embraces the following .if
1 that wad written.the 25th. He Is completed a course In radio operation be 84x65 feet. 114. 115. III. Ill, 11$. 1111 ,and iv ('nU'I'I'r c"O"RT: BU\I>KOHI) described property the redeemed. .a< .ordIt1 1?!,' '
l all rlght--had Just been on maneuvers at Tyler. Texas, and Is I i 120 iHBUed the12nd"ha'day IIj September ('Ol'N'IV.' KLOHIIHl, IV lll\N-: County:: : of Bradford, ,State oJnFI old property ,1..I'rll.d I ti''' .

and "came out alive". now serving In this capacity with Judge and Mrs. A. Z.. ,Adklns, my office A. Li. und 1940.has ..mane application aumaIn c,,a5Rv. ;'Sh"IIY. Plaintiff' ; I v.. Mary ida.HW'4 to-wit of ;NWK Boo '30 Twp. 7 a, courthouse to th. dm"M ,Ibt bsa, ..

.(. i4 The last time he went on ma- the Signal Corps. Last week who haVe spent the past' month for Tax 'l>eed to be iHiiuedtnereon. K Shelly Defendant, Case No. :UUa.OKO18U R. 23 E.. containing 40 Acres more day whkhK In the in.,mr "f 10<1 fir
OF PUBLICATION AND I.... tht 'U.,
: neuvers he was "captured" by George spent an all-too-brlef at their Kingsley Lake place ,returned -I aid I'erHf'caten! respectively embrace NOTICB '1'() APPEAR or The assessment of the said pro- ber t9U. dllll
the three-day leave at his home here. home Tuesday. .- the followingdeHLilbed$ properties STAT! OF FLORIDA to: Mary perty under the said certificateincued Dated tho Ird da, II,
enemy. I I In the Cuunty of Bra ford, K. Hhelly. whose residence In Un In the of Un her 1043OFE'ft'IAt.
was name
S .....- K. G. Duncan returned home j $,: tate or Florida! ,...wll : known. known. ( SEAL A -
1i Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Jackson Sunday night from Rochester Lots 29, 31 In Woodlawn Sec. 11 You are required to appear on Unless said certificate shall be Clerk of fir ii- m J.
{ Theodore Goodge was In Twp. 5 H, U 22 K;, containing 20acre October 6'h. 1942. In the above redeemed according to County.. Florhln {
S have given three sons to the ser Starke Sunday night Baying Minn., where he went with his *, more or lena In embraced named Court and cause wherein property described' 'th "It:11\: : '
vice. Seaman 2nd Class Edward "hello" and wife and little daughter. Mar- under said certificate No. 114. plaintiff Meek divorce. Bradford sold to the highest bidder at the it '
4 "goodbye" to friend Lot 41 In Woodlawn. H"c. 11 Twp. County Telegraph shall. publish this courthouse door on the first Mon- Notln I hewl'xCL| |
Blake Jackson In In 'Naval TrainIng He has been stationed In Ft. garet Rose who Is a patient in 5 H. It 22 B. containing 10 acr..... Order In next four weekly iHKtieH.Witness .. day In the month of October 1943 whom It ma.on ra ,r..'
Sb" School at Perdue University but Is the Mayo Clinic. more or less I IM, embraced under my hand and official which Is the 5th day of October SulLivan as guardl.n
Myers now leaving for 'said I certificate No. 115. Heal at ": this September llv"n and Jack sahn. *
Lafayette Ind. Sgt. W. Morris New York and parts unknown.He Mro. C. A. Knight and her sister Lot 42 In Woodlawn UPC.' 11 Twp. kr94rtorldu., : 1942.Dated this Srd day of September will on the 2tih' dl'i ( ,
Jackson Is In the 124th Infantry 5 8. n 22 E. containing 10 nt-r-B. (OFFICIAL 1942.10FFICI"T.. ""piy to i:. K r. n5u,
wishes his Mrs. J. E.
many friends good Powell of Jacksonville tsLbourt fttO'd
more or lens IH embraced under Aa Clerk of : SEAL) A.:1. Thomas Judge nf Bradford Coiiw,?
at Fort Bennlnjf Ga., and Pfc. luck until he returns. are enjoying a stay at Black said certificate No. 111. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford for authority to ..u r
_ _ Lot 61 In Woodlawn Sec. II Twp. Florida. 9-4 4t25 sale, the entire 1.1..... ,,
? Mountain. N., C. They were accompanied 5 H. It 22 N. containing 10 acre*. iv ('...rl'IT C-OI-RT. IIIItBFORDDI.ey. County minors In the. fnll.wini i
by Mrs. J. F. Colley. more or less In embraced under (' FI.OHIOAI IN (,'IIA\- real estate, to-wit:
Berryman Court Girl Scout News who sail certificate No. 117. ('EIIY.Ef.iie NOTICE OF APPI5lCTlOYV'OH Eli of NEi. and E 0(
will spend some time In Lot 22 In Woorilawn Hoc. 11 Twp. W. East Plaintiff. VH. Doro- TAX: DEED NEV.i of Set i I.Twp.ij I ,
Bonnie B. Berryman will begin Under Hendersonvllle. S ii. R. 22 K. containing 10 acre, thy H. East Defendant. Case No. (11..te Bill No. 1113) Which Maid) appllfilln
the
leadership of MrlJl.! I I more or less ,In embraced under 2132OHDEU. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN! That based upon, P'tltlim no..
't'S : ik : at once the erection of a 4-unlt Lemuel\ Colson and Mlra Freddie Mrs. Robert Tanner and son. aid certificate No. 118 OF PUBLICATIOV AND R. J. Turner holder of Tax Certificate said couit Thin Auu
apartment, houao adjoining h 1 a Bobby of Baldwin are spending a Lot 68. GO, 60 1 In Woodlawn Sec NOTICE TO APPEAR No. 17. Issued the 2nd dav nf Mabel\ Sullini,
Wimberly. the local Girl Scouts few 11 Twp 5 S, It. 22 K. containing I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy September A. D. 1942. has tiled 8-28 4t 9-19
present apartment court now be- days here with Mrs. Tanner'lmother. I .10 acres, mote fir I loss It. embraced K. East whose Bddresa la Un
S ing .erected according to W. T. are making great headway to- Mrs. Laura Powell.Mr. .under Bald certificate No. 119. known. ------ _
rrS Sec. You are retpilred I to
l.otB 411. 67 In Woodlawn appear on
Clute realtor* who Hold him the ward completing their second and Mrs.. J. H. Talley .pf It Twp. 6 1'1. It 21 B, containing 20iicreii. ) October Btb., 1942:! "''In. above EVERY BRANCH OF
; lot 100x100 feet upon which It clans requirements. In order to Tallahassee! spent, Thursday of more or loss. In embraced named Court. and cause, wherein
; inrler Hiild cvrtlflcnrp No. 120. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
1t will stand. and who will have ex- lost week here with Mr. Tally'3sister / -) assessment of the Maid I prop County Telegraph shall publish this
S cluvlve rental of the property.This pax* "Home-making' they plan to Mrs.\ Annie Lou Godwin. rryh.u' said rprtiricatea I : No. 114unit Order In next four weekly Issues.
Invite prospective members to the Emmett IIS were In the name of t'n- Witness my hand and official,
will give Mr. Berryman a Perryman arrived last known; the aMHeHnment. of Bald seal nt Htarke, Florida. thin Au- .9nJUI'ance
lot 200x100 upon which his two next meeting and serve refresh- week from the Naval Academy at property under said. certlffcnte. No. !irust 281 h. 1942.
Hi wan In the name of apartment houses will stand. and ments that'they have prepared Annapolis Md.. to spend part ofa the aMBC'Hdnient (If Raid property A. Clerk of said Couit. 9-4 4t 9-25
the entire place will be known as four-weeks' leave with his parents under said. certificate No. 117 wan --- --
themselves. The girls are quite In the of Paul Bngle the
name ;
"Berryman Court". Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- NOT.C.:
tt Mr Berryman Is salvaging the excited about the idea and in this man. He will also visit In At- Bitld aMKpHnnient':certificates of salt No! I rrn.'n1g;' BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

they hope to enlarge the lanta before were In the name of Unknown; and SEPTEMBER!! aRt). 1942.
material from that has4s way returning to Anna-
h property the assessment. of Hald, property NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN.! H. C. WALL
been taken over by the Govern- troop and at the same time pass polis. tinder paid certificate, No 120: wan that pursuant t o Section 9 of
Mro. G. W. In the name of J. T. Mund Chapter 18296. Laws of Florida
ment. Mr. Clute thinks the apartments some tests. Compton of Harts-
necessary UnieHR said Certificates shall. be Acts of 1937 known as the MUIt- I
will be ready for occupancy Janet Anderson Ann vllle, S. C., Is the guest of her redeemed according to I law the PHY ACT. the following described
by October 1 and he will Betty aunt Mrs. Annie Lou properties described therein 411t he land In Bradford County Florida. AgencyConstant
Godwin.
begin
; j' Flynn and Marian Brown will Hold to the highest I.Idd.r will be offered for Bale at public
S taking reservations September 15. have the honor of being the firstto Mrs. D. A. Monteltb. and chil- Court-house door on the first Monday outcry for the highest and best
dren Joe and In the Month of October. 1942, cash bid subject to the right of
S t put this idea Into practice next Margaret. and Mr. which Is the 6th., day of OctoberA. the trustees of the Internal Improvement Service Over 50 Years
.lS New Sewing Machines week. W H. Graham and son, Hank D. 1942. Fund to reject any and
returned Sunday from I Dated thin Srd, day of September all bids. at the Courthouse beginning S
li' Good luck glrla. Don't spare a month'svac.atlon A. D. 1943. ; at 10;00 o'clock A. M. on the
All persons willing to lend the salt.Sert'lces. at Daytona Beach. : (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas 6th. day of October A. D. 142, Please Phone 116
: .ewing machines for use In the Comer Ferryman has returned Clerk 'Circuit Court Bradford Easement for road right of way
County .Jlorl:: a. t.t 4t 9-25 200 feet wide will be reserved
' ct roduction Room of the Bradford Resumed home from Oxford, Ga.. where be ; :

I, S County Chapter American Red spent the summer In Emory University 0 ,

; Crosw, at the American Legion Regular services will be held at ,Academy. He will enter 'S 0

: Hall. please notify Mis.. W. B, the Presbyterian church Sundayat the senior class of BHS this ,fall.

1- Sewell. 11 A. M. when.the.paltor., the Miss Alma Murrhee, who has _. S.. *. a..IcS.d S
Rev. Clias. H. Allen will preach. been attending college In Nash-> .

Recent Births "- This church has been having a vllle, Tenn., Is spending her vaca. ''''.''_. '.'iJ' ,
tlon ..., '{,..,. ,
month's vacation but will resume here with her father A. F. 5ha t 11. ; : .

t. ? S t ..,. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carlton regular services Sunday. Murrhee. During the past three n 'T5
Beatty Starke. August 28. girl: weeks she has been visiting in .

t S 4 Mr. and ),fl'lI. Roman Powers Colson Home White Springs and Gainesville ,. ," .

Law ley, August 30. boy; Buys
1'1 ('IItIIT ('0' HT. RR..ono ,' '
Mr. and Mrs. Ruffian Grlffla.Ralford Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson I t %1'y. FLORIDA, iv II.U_

S September 3. girl; moved Into the B. L. CER 1 ;
Tuesday

t Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alvarez. Kinchen home o n Laura St., 113.filth. Io'rl.dellb elendant.Plaintiff Ca.e v.. Earl No- "tT'Vv': ; t. People Of Starke & Camp Blanding

t Starke September 1, boy: which they recently purchased. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 'S
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Willard Mr. and Mrs. Kinchen have moved AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR
,t S Crawford 3 to Jacksonville.CLASSIFIED STATK OF FLORIDA to Earl ,
Lawtey Sept. boy. J. Krldell. whone r.nld nce la
leorirla Aero-Tech. Auu.ta, 'l-.
1'l .
mond County Oeorvla. RICh-I For the wonderful response that you have accorded our efforts to bring
You are required to J '
ADSFOR
I October 6th.. 1141. In he :; to this
named Court and cauie, wherein ,. community food that Is unsurpassed in quality, served amid

plaintiff ...ka divorce ana !<-- "'..
Ktomtlon of Maiden Name. Brad- 1 : :: spacious and pleasant 'surroundings at a price that the most economical
SALK Heifer calves. Mathews FOR RENT .room house two ford] County Telegraph Khali pun, ,-t,;s.'\S 9S even

S S' Dairy Starke Florida. miles east. of Starke $20 per llHh laaum.thin Order In next four weekly I ,."I,,"" .4,("" '.'' can afford to pay. We want you to know that your words of

Itp month.-H. L. Brownlee. Starke. Wltne my hand and official ..' ', ; .
! teat at Htarke. Florida this 8 ytambor : r'r' .: 'praise and
encouragement have been will
8-23 2tp Int. 1V4S.OPFICIAI. a great inspiration to us and
FOR SALE 1 oak desk and M
BjfiV
(
SEAL) A. J. Thomas. i
'
S _ swivel chair; 5-foot counter; FOR RENT-New 3-room house As Clerk fit said Court. I.t 4t 9-.J5: :" :''t.,' '' forever remain a-bright spot in our book of experiences. In return we

t .6 counter chairs: 3 metal dress newly furnished. Permanent iv: cinrrtT COVHT.! \HPORD '::/i :".; 'S.

: S racks; 1 dressing table: 200 adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. 615 COUNTY.CERY VLOHIOAl IV: C1IA.VRomyn ; : ',-.y." will strive even harder to make Mlckeys Cafeteria a place where you can


E ,, ___ S wood cabinet dress; 3 glass hangers cabinet; 1 pattern doors McMahon Street. lip VII. Stephen Hacael Marches Marches!, Defendant.Plaintiff 0 .,.j': : .' bring those nearest and dearest to you and enjoy a home.cooked meal


S 4 40x72 by piece; 1 or mirror lot.-920 34x60.E.Will University sell- LARGE: BEDROOM-Private entrance Vase No. NOTICE 1141ORDER OF. PITBMr'OTTONAND TO APPEAR : in an atmosphere of charm and distinction. This is our pledge, and with


S Ave., Phone 1518W, Gainesville mile east. kitchen on dirt privileges.road to One left .Marched STATE OP whose FLORIDA residence to: Stephen' ,,J4 S your continued support and encouragement, we will let nothing stand in
Fla. ,
Itp Hart Street Brooklyn, New York.
of new Blanding highway third You are required to appear on the way of fulfilling it.
FOR SALE:-Horses and mulea. house.-Mrs. A. Wood. It October named 6th. 1143. In the above
Court and cause wherein
H. A. Prescott 3 miles south of plaintiff ....k. divorce Bradfor4

,S Starke on Road 13. 8-21 4tp LOST IN STARKE-Piece of County Order In Telegraph shall publish this .
next four weekly laxuea.
bright metal In small gray Witness my hand and official

p YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL shopping bag containing tiny eal at Stark. Florida this ttoptember -

S _ milk cows stock cows beef brass screws. Return to Box <(OFFICIAL< 3rd..SEAL 1941.) 'A. J. Thoman

I cattle stock bulls) or hog', get 571. Starke postage will be re- As Clerk of said Court. It 4t .-tiv ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY
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In touch with J. D. Odom. 'Jr.. funded.-L. A. Shepherd., It : CIHICIT: .roi'trr, BH.\nronnOI : .
Bex 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake (' %TV. FLORIDA IV IHAVC ; With
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City; Telephone 481 Lake City. STRAY HOG In my field. Owner ""VIII. Bennett. vs. Mar- ..... .
PI..lntlff1 '
Auction market every Thursday may have by Identifying and caret Croeland )ef.nuant. "

A on all classes of live stock paying expenses.- C. Letsch ,, '., Celery Dressing And ;:; .

S at Lake City at 2:30 P. M. Starke. 9-4 2tp I: t'- if
Cranberry Sauce
15843FOR
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LOST-White dog. half grown
SALE New missionary black ears black and brown

, strawberry plants. Pete Griffls face. Brown leather halter. 40cOther

: _______ Rt. :1. Starke. Fla. 8-28 4tp Answer to name of Jackie. Re-

(i STRAWBERRY PLANTS-will be ward for return to Starke _

ready for sale September 1. J. Beauty Shop. it

I R. Odom. 5-28 2tp
WANTED-1039. 40 or 41 Chevrolet -

S FOR SALE-Pineapple pears SOc Ford or Plymouth by private Specials Include Fried Chicken Certified

per bushel.-Mrs. L. C. Smith. State '
party. selling price

il y .-_ _ Graham. tf and term-Box 53. Lawtey. Why work and slave i r Western Meats, Genuine Italian Spaghetti With


_____ FOR SALE-80-acre farm. SO Flat. Over a Red-Hot Meat Balls.

acres cleared 2 ml. east of ,

p.S, _ Brooker. Two sets of buildings WANTED TO EXCHANGENicelot Stove?
within I
city limits with
4S good fence.-L. W. Sowell.. ,
Broolc r. 8-28 4tp water and electricity for livestock -ALI KINDS OF ; 5;
SANDWICHES
Let
Sabine Bake
including pony mare that SERVED _

4 FOR SALE!:-Six-room cottage in can be ridden and ploughed.- Your ,
3i- Starke. If Interested address: Route 2. Box 245-B Starke. Pies

Owner Box 745. Starke. Itp 8-28 2tpBARGAIN i
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! k3 FOR SALE-24-lncb pedestal fan

::3j3 in good condition. -Thelma'stS SABINE'SBAKERY MICKEYS CAFETERIAIn

Place Temple Ave., Starke. ltp Six-room house!
Large lot

FOR RF.NT--one new store budding $1,100 -.' h

S in center of town. 1'. Frank W. T. Clute, Realtor. 312 W. Call! St. Blanding Center Starke, Florida

'k' ', Land rum. ltp 119 E. Call St.