Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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n Center for BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

ISLANDING This Side of Heaven

Official_County Publication Established In 1877


i. To Openr New Director Bishop, Davis Scrap Movement YOU AND THE U.S.O.The Rent RegistrationMust

5tb; I : And Duncan From Bradford USO Drive Is well under way. .: Be Made

;rs Added 4ZAa Named To Council Totals 400 Tons citizens rnitteemeo During of have Starke.the raised first few more days than of$1,000 the campaign from patriotic, com- By Sept. 15

will! begin its belated Starkelten practically Ignored Bradford County has shipped at But this is still a long way from the goal. Starke'squota Landlords In the Galneavtlle-
tool term on Monday the City Election Tuesday at' only least 400 tons of scrap metal has been set at
$2,600, and Starke has the reputa- Starke Defense Rental Area
'ai decided at a meet- 838 voter slightly more than a since July 1, 1. T. Dyer, chair tion of always were S
reaching its
chool; Board here this third of the 893 qualifiedwent man of the Salvage Committee quota.Is warned this week that Tuesday,

is believed that this to the polls to elect a mayor and stated yesterday The last estimate your name posted on the contributors' Roll of Srptembr' 13, Is the deadline for
J time for com- 4, three councilmen of only 75 tons was Incorrect Honor
ample in front of Canova's Drug Store? If not you can registering property under the
ftfle new buildings and L. A. Canova local druggist, He learned that two (large get it there right quick by giving your contribution to maximum rent regulations now In a

ID the old units. was unopposed for the office of scrap dealers in the County were the committeeman who calls on you. Or if you are not force. YOn
each pledged to ship at least 60
having new teachers mayor and three councilmen solicited! mifll,. or bring your contribution to Jos. E.; this date, every residential :)
tons mont'h-wblch
elected per made 240
Id. having been were: H. A. Bishop, Incumbent -
they Wilson, chairman of the drive. property that is rented offered
or -
Amended by trustees ofCarvel' K. G. Duncan and L. A. tons for the two months. Another
Davis. Holdover members of the dealer shipped around, 60 tons, Be for rent must be registeredwith 1
generous as you can, for Starke is a small
council are Chan. A. Darby and which made 300 tons, while a the Area Rent Control office -
commercial town and $2,600 is
lot of
as, Orle minimum of 100 tons has been a money. It is small' how-
i'ss Lewis, prl- Wiggins. ever In Gainesville. It makes no
Pearl I shipped from different parts of considering the benefits we receive from the four
rq; Mrs Susie Moore, The unofficial tabulation wap: I the County which was not handled USO Clubs now operating here. difference whether the property
rades; Mrs. Dorothy Canova 274; Bishop, 229; Duncan by a local dealer. I III occupied or vacant at the pres-
j commercial tea c her; 211; Davis, 175. Defeated ent time.
The WPA trucks have been busy
Armstrong, primary council candidates were: W. M. all week throughout the County, Tenants who sublet or rent to
bnrln, W. Rooks, Engr Edwards with 137 votes and S. E.Spaiks and will likely] be here all next Carpenter Rites New Voters one or two persona' outside of

| ; Mrs. Noon Alvarez, MarlUH Klfdoy, of Bradford. Pa.,_ with 133. week, picking up both scrap their immediate family must also'lie
k, Miss Esther Jarvis, IH the newly-appointed director of metal and rubber. They have a statement In this first reg-

?nd History teacher; the U. S. O. flub operated by the Smith Discusses been making a house-to-house Held TuesdayDavid Register Now ration, according/ to an announcement -
Jtiier I coach and physi- National Catholic Community Ser- canvass of the country, and have this week by Wm. L.

on. vice In Starke. lie received the been quite sucC llful. If you Duke, area rent supervisor

poor roads on Sams A. II. and M. A. degreex at St. have any scrap metal or rubber Powell Carpenter, promInent "The Bradford County registration "Under the regulations and In-

bus route, the Board Ilonatenture Collejfv, AUegany, School Matters around your premises, please notify citizen and druggist of books for registration of erpretatlous given by the Wash-
salary from 37.50 to N. Y. Ulsley hut lectured extensively -! Mr. Dyer of watch for the Starke, died Monday morning at all pemonti 21 years of age and I ngton Office If your reglMra-\ '
Lth. They also agreed throughout the country and WPA truck. 2:30: o'clock In the Riverside Hos- upward, are now In the several lion Is not flied or received on
As the date for the opening of
leiter Crosby $40 per ho written for a number of pub- pita, Jacksonville, following an precincts of the County, and 1 all 011 before midnight, September IS, f
| driving a county-own- llcatlon_ Before h!, appointment 'I BHS draws nearer (October 5)). USO ProgramFor illness of two weeks' duration.He lawfully qualified persona are I you will bit required to file a t

j his route. They also to (the U. S. U. personnel he wan Foster Shi Smith, new principal, wan 46 years of age. urged to register for the coming statement giving your reason for
Bpay G. P. WadaworthJionth an Instructor in an Eastern ('01- gees the columns of the Telegraphfor Next Week Death came as the result of an General Election: to be held Nov. failure to file and staling that

for transporting lege. his "fireside chat" with hU Following Is the USO programof attack of virus pneumonia and 3, 1942" James "'. HolllnKSWorlh, : such failure was not deliberate on

J school and to raise future and pupils. He activities for the week begin. abruptly ended the career of one I Supervisor of Registration, tinted. your purl' and was not done with,
I of Charity Williams\ fS patrons of Starke's most popular and yesterday. The books will be intent to evade the law" Mr.
ning Saturday, Sept 12:
fu Graham school Plant Ready first states the "requirements for Saturday--8:00: P MSound promising young bunlne>wmen. found at the following places In Duko said.
High School graduation aa passedby
Motion Pictures-v-14 Temple Ave. Born March 13 1890 in Newton I ho County: New l'i-<>|>rrty
lliance with the ruling the State Board" of Education 8:30: P. M.--Dance, Army Bund N. C.. the son of the ]late D J. 1.- ,Liiwtey, R. F. Cariadlne's Person' renting houses or
and due For Defense WorkStarke's March 24, 1942. They are as fol- -Temple & Washington. Carpenter and Maude Powell Car- drug lore; 2. North Starke, C. rooms for the first time must

|ie Department lows: 8:30: P. 1>[.Bingo Party--201 >enter, he came to Starke about 0 Ilaiksdtllo's store! a, South apply to the Area Office and have
ml,I gas rationing, the Three unite in English; three North Walnut. 32 years ago, and early enteredthe Starke, Mrs. Vida Morgan's store.; he maximum rent on such prOp-

nlmously decided thatn first defense plant will units in Social studies, one of Sunday-3:30: )P. M.--Feature druggist profession, studying -Graham, Mrs. C. U. Roberts' erty elltabll hl'd. It was explained

living within twoe ; open very ,soon when A. Hart- which must be American Historyand Movie-201 N. Walnut. pharmacy at the Atlanta Schoolof tore; Humpton, C. L. May's that property used, as living

> school or within two man and his son Eddie Hartman; Government; one unit in 5:30: P. Refrexhcnent Time Pharmacy. For many years he tore; -Theressa., Mrs. J. P. quarters and not rented prior to
(the bus route should ; Mathematics; one unit in Biological -All USO Clubs was employed at Mitchell's Drug Dlcklnson'm store- 7-New River, August 1, 1942, cannot be rented
Ivtfy case-except phY- 'open their new defense shop on Science; one unit In Home 7:00: P. M.-Symphony Hour- Store, and following the death of Mrs. Mana Wlggln's home; 8- until the landlord has petitioned
|dlcapped:children : North Temple Avenue. "We are 'Economics for girls; one unit in Temple & Washington. the late J. M. Mitchell several Brooker, Resale Colnon's store. at least 15 days before the date

bus .Is overcrowded. I getting a contract for 100,000 Physical Science above General 8:00: P. M.-Music Appreciation years ago, he bought the businessand "If you have previously registered of occupancy to have the maximum

tendent was Instructed ammunition b o x. a ", said Eddie Science for boys; 180-300 minutesa -14 Temple. continued his successful for a general election", continued rent established as requiredby

principals' and bus llrlv- I Hartman, expert -wood-workman, week In Physical. Education. A 8:30: P, M._Evening/ Movie- career In this field.! Mr llolllnjfnworth,."it Is lav.
l total of 16 1.2 units will be not to .. This '
required -reglst.
necessary 'Office
n If the Area falls to fl.xthe
|iii new policy of they Wednesday. Temple and Washington. Taking an interest la civic affairs ,
including/ the above tinted I. Monday-2.OO: 'a M.-Bowling and registration covers general elections maylanumrvntwithin the13'
I lorootflng concrete organizations, Mr. Car 1It-t
n ,
I block building. 75x53 feet, which credits for graduation. for Army Wlvea-14 Temple. penter was a member of the 'I only. '3XRlstratlon" will be day period, then the landlord !. N.
Senior will be required to closed October 10, 1943. permitted to rent the propertybut
Wild Wind will be completed within the next boys 7:30: P. M.-Speclal Bowling, Masonic Lodge, serving as !its
ie two weeks, l' woodworkingmachines take :Mathematics essentials It It Camp Blanding and Southern Bell treasurer for many years, was Is required to make a reportto
To Florida Is determined that to Mrs. Wilkinson the office within five days
have already been I ln> they appear Telephone 011'114 Temple. also treasurer of the Starke Rotary -
bur stalled, which will do different need more mathmatlcs. Also, all 8:30: P. )[.Informal] Classical : Club and was a member of Buried SundayMrs. after the house U rented or occupied -
Daysof types of work, "with more to senior boys will be required to Records Concert -Te m pie 1 & the Board of Stewards of the filing the Information re-

a great story, aIt yet to come." "It will be a defense take physics unless! they have Washington. Methodist Church.In Marla Agatha Wilkinson, quired.
credit in this subject.Mr. Tuesday-11 A. M.:-Swim and Ulmt It Included
addition his widow
wood- to Mrs. 39 died
t and a great director, shop for manufacturing age Thursday, September
[llIe's "Reap the Wild work products for the Army and Smith states that students Picnic fOroJ my Wives 201 Myrtice Jackson Carpenter, he is 3, In St, Luke's !Hospital In Jacksonville The maximum rent regulations

|spectacular sea story in Navy Department", Eddie Hart- entering the first grade for the North Walnut, survived by a brother, Frank after a period of illness/ apply:
r will be shown at the man said. And the first contractIs first time must be 5 years and 8:00: P. M.-Bowlln* Tourneyfor Carpenter of Jacksonville, and a at her home here. To all housing, accommodations,

flieatre: starting with the from Wright Brothers Airplane 9 months old the day school opens Service Men-14 Temple. sister, Mrs. C. S. Llndney of Win- Mis. Wilkinson, a lifetime resident except farm properties where the
|show Saturday, for fours factory and such fact must be proven! bya 8:30: P. M.-Movie Shorts & eton-Salem, N. C. of Stnrke, was born on January tenant working on the farm -occupies -
birth certificate, or other ade- Bingo Party-Temple & Wash 13 a building on the farm
"If it runs at all", said Eddie, Funeral services were held I 1903. Her parents, the
24-hour-a- quate and acceptable proof. ington. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In late Edgar: Marsh Thomas, and and does. not pay any rent. It
"It will be on a
major production De- run "Please see that this is cared for Wednesday-8.00: P. M.-Bingo' the Methodist. Church with the Mrs E M. Thomas, have also does not apply to the average,

Paulette chosen as stars Ray day basis, and will to give at least permanent 30- as soon aa possible," Mr. Smith and Dancing-14 Temple Avenue. Rev. O. C. Powell, pastor, officiating. spent most of their lives here. On ordinary domestic servant livingon

Goddard and employment said. No child may enter this 8:30: P. M. Photography The unusually large num- May 31, 1924 she was marriedto the rental property and the
>ne. They are ably sup- local persons. Many carpenterswho school as a beginning student unless Groups-Professional Instruction ber of beautiful flowers, filling Alfred J. Wilkinson of Falatka, regulations, of course! do not apply -
f such been unable to secure
famed players a9Iusey have transferred from another -Ask about other groups being; the church, was evidence of the who at present Is employed by to hospitals or living accommodations -
will be
Lynne Over- employment given per- school after the end of the first formed-Temple & Washington. high esteem In which the deceasedwas the Oulf Oil Corporation here. owned and conductedby
obert Preston, Charles manent jobs"No Thursday-8:00: P. M.-Spanish
month. held by his fellow citizens. Mrs. Wilkinson U survived by a charitable or educational in.
Walter Hampden and architect contractor was Class and Discussion Cub-U
or her husband A. J. Wilkinson her stltutlon.
hel'. "Any student who wishes to Interment was in Crosby Lake ,
employed on the construction check out school books to prepare Temple. Cemetery, under the direction of son Edgar William, and her Specifically the maximum rent
lo the DeMille tradition father and IOn, with the assist- for an entrance examination 8:30 p, M..-Hobby Night-Clay DeWItt C. Jones. mother, Mrs. E. M Thomas, all of regulations do apply t o rooma

e Wild Wind" has an I ance of George Mann, carpenter, to remove a deficiency may see ModeUng-L eat her work- 201 Active pall bearers were K. O. Starke; a sister, Mrs. J. D. rented or offered for rent, dwelling

ty In the immensity of and one or two laborers, did the mo oy In" 'nlmt'nt. I will alsob North Walnut.Frlday2oo. Duncan, N. Sternberg, Harry H. (Edna) Mills of Green Cove houses, boarding houses, dormitories -
Its!) roaring thrill scene, work. Frank France, employe of : P. M.-Bridge Instruction I Springs and two brothers auto .
I <*. ;had to counsel with studentsand Houston, Marcus F, Brown, H. C. ; JosephE. camps or
owerful romantic story. Blanding Center was the elec- -201 North Walnut St. Thomas of Crescent trailers. trailer
,or parents about the school Hitch and S. L. Crews. City, and camps, or camps.
he audience back to the trician. "The building will be program for another year." the 8:00: P. M.-Dancing Class-14 Honorary pall bearers were: Victor C. Thomas, U. S. Army. residence clubs: fraternity homesor

[ 1340, off the coast of equipped with showers and all new principal concluded. Temple. Harold C. Wall, Jos. E. Wilson, Funeral service were !held September houses, tourist homes, hotels
near Key West. Then, modern conveniences for the em- 8:30 P. M. Bridge Party- Hal Edwards, C. A. Knight W. U. 0, at 3 o'clock In the afternoon and rooms In a hotel. If you are a

America was fighting to ployes", said Mr. Hartman. Jewish HolidaysTo Sponsored by Junior Woman'sClubTemple Sewell. Dr. W E. Middleton, Dr. with the Rev A, fo:. renting or offering for rent any t'

*a lanes safe. Piratical Some months ago A. Hartman & Washington. 1\\.[. B. Herlong, W. B. Mundy, E. Lightfoot officiating, assisted by accommodation for living quarters

Plundered the fat car- purchased an old concrete block Be ObservedJewish L. Matthews, P. Smith, C. U.Na the Rev Blanchard] Law, then you are required to register.

l' ships battered to pieces warehouse at Palatka and had it 89 Planes ReportedIn worthy, W, I(. Hart, A. Z. The active pallbearers were: V.

'eefj hauled to Starke. From the ma- residents In Starke will Three DaysThe AUklns, O. L. B e alley, E. K. S. St. John, Noah Thomas, Luther Quiz Winner

>ddard's performance as terial, he has constructed an observe Rosh Hashanah the Jewish Perryman, L. A. Canova, K. M. O. Powell, L. A, Canova, J E.!: W. t
'borne: the fire-eating apartment house, his defense New' Year, from sundown Fri- Observation Tower on Blan- David!, L. A. Davis, A. J. Thomas, Hayes end Clifton Brown; honorary H.( N. Fairbanks was high
belle who dons dunga- plant, and has enougl1'm..terla] I until sundown 'Sunday dlncj Center Is a marked success D. A. Monteith and L. A. Shepherd : P. M. Barefoot, Ray New- scorer In a quiz at the Rotary '
'''Kht the raging sea. has left to build a home, he said. His day night If spotting and reporting planes R. F. Demorest and J. M. some, H. L. Brownlee, Dr, W. Ii:. Club Wednesday. lie will be rewarded -
aimed as her best charon. present building Cost In the night, according to Louis Shaf- Is any criterion-and It Is! The Darby. Middleton, Dr. W, B.: Parks with .a free meal at the

Miiiand and Wayne neighborhood of $3,000, be esti kin, chairman of the local organ- tower began operation on a 24- Judge K. K. Perryman, F. F. next luncheon. Sample question:

. their roles, and their mated. They began the work ization. And on Sunday of the hour-a-day basil Monday at 12 Drivers Licensee Flume and Lloyd J. Green. "What two coins make IQc", and
one of them l Isn't a dime ? Answer
and that time there has
nderwater months are noon. Since
fight with aId about two ago following week, the day of Atone-
will be ready not been a moment when someon Moving SlowlyHalf : "A dime and a nlckle, A
[ presents some of the hoping everything ment, otherwise known as Yom : Mrs. Rebecca llilliardMrs.
nlckle Isn't dime" Ha, ha.
JUial in about two not on duty. a
scenes'ever fUmed. for the opening will be observed. This \is was
|'the Wild WInd" ,Is baaed week In order to have enough Kipper also a day of fast, the most Important During the period from 12 noon of the time for securing Rebecca Milliard. 8., died
f>Pular Saturday Evening land on which to construct the I day of the Jewish year. Monday f-t 6 P. M. Wednesday drivers' licenses without having Saturday morning, Sept 5, aftera Recent Births

fy by Thelma Strabel. bUilding. they purchased a strip I "On the first day, Tishrl, whichIs exactly two-and-a-half days 73 to stand an examination has brief Illness. She was born
27 x 100 feet from Carl Johns the seventh month of the regnal flights were reported by quick elapsed and only about onetenthof April 1, 1878 In Clinch County, Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Lanler

leers Wanted right at the city limits. II I year, the religious New Yearin "army flash" long-distance tele- Bradford County's drivers have Homervllle, Ga., and moved to Thomas, Sept 9, Starke, gIrl
I Israel is ushered in. in which phone calls to the Information applied. According to Judge E. Bradford County 32 years ago Linda Sue;

anagement of the Flor- Red Cross SpeakerMiss most of the time is devoted to center In Jacksonville. Most of K. Perryman, only 400 persons with her husband, the late Charlie Mrs and Mri. James Lacy Griffin -
'1'1. U calling for women I and to a retrospect of the these were single] planes but have secured licenses of any kind, Hilliard, who was at that time Sept 5, Lawtey. girl;
rs to sell War Bonds in Lea Goodman, of Alexandria prayer deeds of the past year. No servile there was one flight of 9 planes whereas approximately 4.000 secured engaged In the lumber business. Mr. and Mrs. James Percy

P Y of the theatre each Va., general field represen- work 1 hi done during this flying In formation. The total : them last year. Aunt fleck, as she was knownto Starling, Sept. 7, Starke, boy;
The area of the number of planes reported was 89. friends and relatives, I I. Mr. and Mrs. Archie U. Sweat,
Florida has been tative for the eastern period," Mr. Shafkln .said. "To They went on sale August 20, many
-i as an official issuing American Red'Cross, will speak at realize the Important significance Monday there were 23 flights and the deadline I a October 1. survived by one daughter, Mrs. Sept. 7, Bro d er, girl;
i" bonds and is cooperat- the Woman's Club 1 at 4 P. l'o[. of the day and to better the with 31 planes; Tuesday 22 After that date the applicant Vollle F. Manning; three! brothers Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eaves,

" the movie industry's; Wednesday, September 16, on the spiritual lives, it Is not permlssable flights and 23 planes; and Wed- must pas an examination. Berry Griffis, Dupont, Ga. 'Sept! 7, Starke, girl.
nJ"11 a billion dollars work of the Red Cross. Since to do work of any kind on nesday 28 nights with 33 planes Ell Grlffl Kuittls. Fla., and Ben I

bond' during September. tb' Is a most Important meeting, these days." Heavy Power LoadThe Griffis, Fargo, Ga.. two sisters, I Production CenterThe
ladies Mrs. Edward Burns, Red Cross Park Cafe ReopensThe Mrs. Cora Willoughby, Homervllle,
Imfeer818 who will be held at the
Services Center of the I
that all Ca and Miss Minnie Griff, Production
urged electrical ,
Executive has storm Sunday
j-'ueer important : USO (JWB), and more than 150 Park Cafe, Nick Stavrlanos chapter of the
also Bradford County
I'leave their who might be Interested night cut off the power of the Headlight, Ga. She Is survived -
names at the persons of the Jewish soldiers who are and George Kopelosos, owners, American Red Cross will open at
e. in any phase of the work be pres- R. E. A. lines between Starke by 10 grandchildren.
stationed at Camp Blanding are re-opened Saturday afternoon held Mon the American Legion Hall\ Sep-
to hear the Funeral services were
ent at this meeting attend service as the closed for several and Keystone Heights accordingto will be
Invited after being 2:30 o'clock In tember 13.: This center
afternoon at :
Thanks address of Mrs. Goodman. Berry Johns, utility superintendent day
Voters guests of the Jewish people of' weeks for remodelling. The en- and left a load which the South Prong Cemetery near San open from 2 to 3 o'clock every
Starke. tire interior of the building ha Saturday for
afternoon except
ply derson, and were conducted by.
could not
apPreciate local light plant carry
hat the the con- Cemetery {WorkingThere { A banquet will be given Monday been changed: as well as the alone. The street lights were out Elders Prlsby and Smith of the those person who will volunteerfor
people of Starke Ann & Harry's for aU front. Booths on either side of of Lat- sewing for the War Relief
red in me will be a cemetery workIng at for about 40 minutes and, had It Church of Jesus Christ I
re-elect1n and suitable ar the spacious dining room tablesIn !\Mr. Bessie Burns Red
he Jewish soldiers Saints. were assisted program.
City on Friday, like Saturday, terday They
Chapel been a heavy night
I will at Elzy made to take the center and the bar at the I Cross Executive stated Wednes-
being of
are Powell
my Interested persons range-nents would have been by the Rev O. C
power. to 18. AU all the light
safeguard Sept. for the two Is the new arrangement. The "
to care of the boys rear. [Starke. day.
Interest prepared out Mr." Johns stated.
'at all time are' asked to come night entire effect to very attractive. ,
-H. A. Bishop. work.-O. R. Hale. I



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The Bradford County Telegraph visible sign of contamination. r Florida State Farm News Deeds FiledA. necessity of such a DI 1

rf ; "It is the glass that looks clean, but O. Andreu, .aa sheriff of which only to point OUt a Rat"
'e'' KaUblUbed 1877 may be infected with trench mouth, diph- Bradford County, to Abble L. Last happened last M 'a+

.. L. Matthewsw__ Editor and Owner theria, tuberculosis and anyone or moresalivaborne Dy E. R. iMiuvler BIRTHDAY DINNER Morrow, August 21 (Sheriffs Army bombe"Thursday..
I Mi- and Mrs J. M. Bradley gave deed) ; Mafor Investment Co., of side cra"hed":: 'j
I di 61 Yearly si.75; /Six: ; Month*. it.UOj'G diseases! that on an average SURPRISE: SHOWER a birthday dinner at noon Mon- Duval County, to L. L. Rhoden routine of Plllnt ry lly a;
ti'p' t winter day disable 1,500,000 Americans. ? Mrs Ennis Bradshaw was the j day honoring six of their family and H, R. Rhoden, of Baker flYing u Ilkt'" :',
+ t fubUshe Weekly on Friday and Petered!: a> Sowj It is the unsafe glass that everywhere honoree a t a surprise shower whose birthdays fall In Septem- County, August( 21; E. K. Con- pen Was but trip let !

';' Clam Matter at the Poet Office at Stark. FTa.. health and offends ordinary given by Mr. H. M Rlcharde and way and his wife, Frances Con- local a few minute,,If ,
menaces any ber.Places air
Rf J Mrs. J. A. Bouvier at the Community were set for 22 guests. way, of Duval Co., to C. A. Crum SPOIling crew '
k(: 1 standard of decency.It Club House Friday after The honorees were: Mrs. J B. Sept. 2; Cecil R. Moore and wife, City had observed the II
+ The Fourth Year Begins is a nuisance that will not be halted noon. The hostesses chose a color Treadwell of Statham Ga., Mrs. Opal Moore of Polk County, to had over flying iau;

the without the combined influence of Health scheme of pink and bluepinkroses Bradley'a mother, Mrs. Nelle B. i Jesse Barton, August 25; Bradford headquarters Immediately report t '
the first day September, t
On and zinnias and plumbagowere Muldron.\ Reese C. Bradley of County deed No. 100. Stateof III lee
,S greatest war the world has ever known entered Departments and an aroused public opin used In profusion. A Jacksonville, Mrs. Gerald Cox, Florida, through the trusteesof men hour. after the c tbq

its fourth year. Those three years ion- emanding every time for a customera clothes line was stretched across Jimmie and Leslie Bradley aU the I n t e rnal Improvement right Army offIcials! Ill:

have witnessed a series of almost uninterrupted completely disinfected glass or a paper the huge mantel with many Miss tiny children of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Fund grantor, to Francis Russ, the accident men were at theme
garment. hanging to dry.
Other out-of-town guests presentwere of Brooker, August 25; Bradford
ia 1; triumphs for Hitler and his'satellites. cup which is used once and then thrown Mary Jo Caldwell. accompaniedby : Mrs. M. F. Coker. sister of County deed No. 101, State of Suppose the accident< !

xa .a k The timetable of conquest makes almost incredible away." Miss Roberta Whitfield at .the, Mr. Bradley. and two children Florida through the trustees of curred at night and Qj

reading-Poland fell in 28 days, Because of war-work and the consequent -I piano, gave two violin numbers.I Beverly and Frank Coker, Mr. andMI's. the Internal Improvement Fund been no air spotting crrf Then.
All guests Joined In a lively contest -, Vance Geiger and son Brad- grantor, to L. H Hill, Lawtey, lurh Conditions there I It
t Denmark in one day, Norway in two months, overcrowding and congestion in defense which was won by Mrs An- ley, and Sandra Mobaa, all of grantee, August 25; Bradford how long it would have 110,It'

N t Belgium in 18 days, France in 43 days. Of areas, many eating and drinking establishments nie M. Rlcharde, while Mrs. Tom Jacksonville. Beside being a County deed No. 102. State of fore rescue work COUld lit.

all the nations Hitler has invaded, Russia are having difficulty with their prize Connors As received Miss Whitfield the consolation played birthday dinner it was a kind of Florida through the trustees of spotting.gun Fortunately We hag b'",

that the help. During rush hours it is much simplerfor celebration for the Gerald Cox, the Internal Improvement Fund,
is likely
It It
alone remains. very "Rock-A-Bye Baby, little Henry seems to
family who will soon be living > grantor, to Yettle Thompklns, of ( |
,alli historians of the future will write that Rus- soda clerks to be sloppy in washing Rlcharde, assisted by Jane Richards elsewhere. I I I Lawtev.. grantee, A u g ust 25: for such a system'i gy,It 11 I

sia was the savior of the free world. Whatever ;. utensils. cradle' filled trundled with I in stacks a of beautiful lovely BRIDGE CLUB I Bradford County deed -No. 103, Just able as proof. Our crew hrJI
breeds carelessness and carelessness State of Florida through the trus- important a,
I r s$ happens the magnificent resistance of Hurry gifts and deposited it In front of The Thursday Bridge Club was tees of the Internal ImprovementFund where. It you' have 0IIt

$ the Red Army will mark one of the bright; results in trouble-especially when the the honoree. Pineapple Ice cream, entertained by Miss Ruth Hersh grantor, to E. K. Perry- offer you, services, take t41
"t "Great Unwashed" glass is in cake and pink and blue mints field. Mr*. L. A. Wiggins won something PIn
i est and bravest pages in the long and sanguinary drinking man, grantee August 23; Brad- we know |II
p were served to the guests, who I high score and Mrs. H. M. RIch- -Wauchula
volved. The is that throughthe ford County deed No. 104. Stateof Advocate,
lrl t ti history of combat. consequepce were: the honoree, Mrs. Brad arde bingo. Ice cream and cookIes -
1 On December 7, 1941 Japan joined medium of a dirty glass, one customercan shaw Mrs: R. H. Cox. Mrs. L. F. were served by the hostess Florida the- Internal through ImprovementFund the trusteesof *-*- *

l+ 1''' the timetable pass on some sort of infectious diseaseto Chapman, Mrs M E. Grlner Mrs. I assisted by her mother, Mrs. B.
hands with the Axis. And Jap A. M. grantor, to L. R. Starling!! ,
( Mrs. Gerald Cox Hershfleld.
''t on conquest is comparable to that of another.If Mrs. J. M. Bradley, Mrs. Bryan grantee, August 25; Henry O. SOLDIERS, SAIlORS
A:''aj i i ? Hitler. Guam was taken in five days. Wake an epidemic were to break out in our Whitfield. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Over the week-end Mr. and Osburn, acting by and throughhis AND
t"" defense plants or disease carried back to Mrs. P. D. Fanchler Mrs. W. N. Mrs. M. E. Griner entertained attorney-in-fact. Nellie Os MARINES:
;rSe Island was conquered in 14 days, after a North Mrs. 1. A. Wiggins. Mrs. their brother and slster.ln-law,1 burn and Nellie Osburn his wife
cantonments after soldiers have visited
superb defense by a handful of United Rhoda Belk, Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Relnau of of Ware County, Ga., to A. D. vYOU'LL

erl D States Marines. Malay, with its supposedly nearby cities, the War effort could very well Miss Ruth Hershfield, Apopka.Mrs. I Crosby and Marian I* Crosby,
Herllhfleld'// hlo wife
j impregnable naval base at Singapore, fell in be seriously impaired-impaired to the point Connor, Mrs. L. A. Robert Kite spent! the August 27. '. ,.,' I .. ,
where War production is sabotaged and our K. W. Tyus, Mrs. O. week-end with Mrs.. J. C. Wallace '- ::
54 days. The Philippines were forced to Mrs. W. R. Holmes, Mrs. W. S.Stringfellow and Mrs. Sina Kite Blltct. AIR SPOTTINGToo ;, '":

h hI surrender in a little less than five months. armed strength weakened. Mrs Geo. Manassa. In Jacksonville. many people have arrivedat ""'"' r''

; ;I In short, the war so far has consisted largely Perhaps through public diligence we Misses Roberta WliltfleUl and J, G. Caldwell and daughters the conclusion that the local "
can be spared, a catastrophe such as the Mary Jo Caldwell assisted the June and Peggy, went to Okla- air spotting system amounts to
series of disasters for United Na-
of a hostesses in waha
Saturday to visit Mr. and
: serving.
"Flu" nothing more than a bunch ofgrownups
epidemic of the last World War when TRAVEL lASIEI
tion forces-and a series of great victories Mrs. J. B. Caldwell.
some 600,000 civilians and soldiers died at Mrs. J. M. Hembree has returned playing war, or as a
r Mrs. J.
L. Robinson and Mrs.
of with
for the dictators. That it simply a matter from several vUlt means some men to rationalize jour moneyptoteoedljAMERICAN
days H. L. Parker
''. +t + of record, and it does no service to the democratic home. with relatives in Trenton. Mrs. W. H. Byne accompanied, who has been by their way out of joining the
? r' army. In. either caae EXPRESS!
+ i cause to attempt to hide the truth. Miss Billy Rose was gainfully, their guest for several days, wentto This. they're
''sr wss t Basically, the cause of all this i is simplyw War' Bonds Are A Safe Buy Sunday though not afternoon seriously Injured late I '. Daytona Beach'' for a visit last over the country plan, has adopted already all TRAVELERS CHE5UEJ U !

'. ''r; explained: The enemy was ready for war, on the while walking week., M rs. Parker remained nrovi n Its value and nrorthln_n_<_nm__.. that are refunded"to Dromir
t Washington and the country is being highway being knocked there to visit relatives. It is sound and
,; and we and our Allies were not. The enemy thrilled by a grand galaxy of movie stars, down by a passing motorist. ) D,'. and Mrs., C. M. Bristol of useful and dependable.For correct.. It is you if lost 0;stolai{

'r understood precisely what total war means selling war bonds. Ann Rutherford Greer The driver of the car stopped Gainesville were week-end guests! the benefit of those who Spendable everywhere:jasignature
and offered assistance! but of Mr. and Mrs. L,, R. Bristol.
Gerald Ptlll have
L -and we did not. In Germany and Japan doubts as to the identification./
Garson, Irene Dunne Lamarr Cox Sara
Hedy Walter who happened along at Emma Crews la visiting -
t there are no strikes. There is no shilly- the time, took her Alice Ann Mills in Jacksonville.Mr. until used. For sale it this
V { and Virginia Gilmore are certainly at once to the daughter, Sharon, nave been visiting .
t Y shallying on the part of the officials of good to look atlAs I Farm hospital where first aid and Mrs. C. V. S. Mart- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward bank.ASAEKnUOHClM.
the government. There is a grim and all- wall given. She l Is resting at ling of' Melrose were supper for the past week.
encompassing efficiency. The Axis means a purely business matter the war home, being unable to work. It guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Miss Jacquelin Woodward has Bu WARlB(ha haS

.. bonds issued by the Government are absolutely has been often noted by our resi- Grlner, Thursday returned from a week's visit with
.&:: to destroy us utterly' and every resource at secure investments. They will not dents that many drivers of autos Supt. L.. F. Chapman and J. G. I! relatives in Atmore, Ga. She was 1 'i\\
;,. its command is devoted completely to that and trucks and buses are driven Godwin were in Belle Glade on I accompanied home by her cousin, 0BqiiOpnWITMD
end. earn fat interest, but when the years roll entirely too fast through our lit- business several daya last week. Miss Mary White. \ < pit

by, aid whenever you want to use your tle community, although there are Mra. J. G. Caldwell was bitten Garland Godwin Is at home for tl\t PUQ i E\l\NN", )ithL60
So much for the debit side. On the signs along the roadside by a pet squirrel!
money the bonds can be converted into cash. requestinl' morning a short vacation with his par- '
credit side there is also a great deal to say Other kinds of investments may yield I observed.Mrs.that. a certain safe speed be shot.and had to be given a tetanus ents. His room-mate, Walter

at the end of three of The Bradbury of. Macon Ga., came
years! war. quality bigger profits-or let Mrs A. F. White
you down flat. P. D. Fancher has had as and son. Billy Saturday to spend some time
M, of the United Nations' fighting men is first Should there be a millennium in which guests for several"day Mr. E. of 'Jacksonville and Mr. and-Mrs. with him. Florida Bank At Slai
class. Only a little of the long and bloody everything to the E. Walker and Mrs. lola Barrettof R. E. Stalvey' of' Archer*were Mrs. P. L. Lalng', Ltter'"pending Member Federal DepoxtiliCorporation'
goes pot
government will I
story is now known-but that little Is Jacksonville.Mrs. guests of Mr.* and Mrs. two weeks at the Farm has returned Member Florida !National) Of"rVSTO
mag be last of all to fall.) If the unbelievable J. B. Treadwell, returning Paul M. London. to her Bummer i
home at
nificent. The RAF after Dunkirk, the Russians should happen to impair the safety of the from Mt. Dora, will be the guest Mrs.: J. W. Gale and baby Jacksonville Beach. i .tt.t .Ij.'iq

r Y before Sevastopol, the'Dutch airmen Government then of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Brad-
everything else ,_.. ____ _. .
would go 1- . ,_ ..., ....
say our vcwrai ..'
and sailors in the East Indies the U. S. uayv. k >> % "
down with it. This isn't P\ 'r < .
I' a pep talk-this is Mrs. M. R. A: t.it'jt'atll
Holmes <>iJ 1$4: ?
Army in Bataan, the Marines in the Solo just common ordinary horse-sense. :N. Duke visited Mrs.and J. W.Mrs.Ross R. Jt,,,rt VW;'"*f* WW-W WW ,,:,;j. .M1<...,...>.... 'M: ,w iiny THIIPS| lll I!! ,

mons-!in those campaigns free men wrote in Jacksonville Thursday of last THIS IS WHATVE'RE FIGHTING FOR!

w with their blood a glorious saga of courage week.
Spare Your Doctor J. M. & J. H. Moncrief

and achievement have The Germans and the War's drain on the nation's doctors con- 'Sebtlng Mrs. on business. are In II S7/te !7nte Tonor-O'/a Nation)
Japs paid a tremendous price for their J. Fred Williams has returned e9f
victories.We tinues to grow rapidly. In time, it is likely to her home in Ringgold,

are just beginning to .feel the economic many that all, older physically doctors,fit will younger be called doctors, and Ga.Mrs., after Lk A.visiting Shepherd her and daughters Mrs. G., iJ to Ie / / QeerIJ iIJce"t'

effects of war. Non-essential businesses to military C. Richardson now of Starke. / ,," on Iii 0//

are closing fast. Whole occupationssuch service. And so, the burden'of work. on Mr. and Mrs Everette Robinson .,
the doctors who remain at home will and nephew, Laddie Robinson ''''''''' 1i:.PPt!
be of 1ri
as that of the salesman-are being doubled and redoubled. Jacksonville spent the week-end '. ''i... "'j'<;. :i '''f'Y. : ';' .>,.." %0 1<<. lt,I.
virtually wiped out. As store ,_ with Mr "'k1!>p1l '," "" "<..."#
inventoriesrun and Mrs. I* R. Robin <' -"" .'. '% <" '.," .. <.>.
Many authorities "w' W' \ ''' 1',
down, it will be impossible to buy such _..\.1:_ __ .._ L____ h are_now_ .advising_ theimuiiu son.Mr.. \ ,- ".itr J'1tff4 ;,; {'i; i' When off it i i.to
< .L4a to war
; 1&15 lu now it may help these doctors and Mrs. Rudy McDonald '''? a ; our men go .
once-plentiful commodities as radios stoves, of Williston, Mr. : m\; o'd.. e ti end our freedom against tyranny-
perform their job with and Mrs J. T '. .. .
water heaters, and any number of other maximum efficiency Cogdill of Gainesville and itt.f'pt ,.; ','/;, .,A:>",y;.: to maintain here in our land a nation
conveniences. Taxes will be even heavier under difficult conditions. First, don't ask Cogdill of Camp Shelby, Miss.Loy, if r, '" :'.. '. ';k-- 1 of free men living honorably together

+ +kt? i next than they your doctor to make a house call if you are were guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul e ,- 'j .q",>! .,"j, P To such men, American men, Charles
are and it
seems McLendon < ,. ,< Americanstatesmen
able to go to his office. Second Friday. ),J. + inevitable that a sales tax and some form of him don't call J. R. Kite has returned from .\ '. !".0 have spoken in the language
l l enforced savings will soon be adopted. In at inconvenient times unless 'there is a brief visit with relatives in >'r, ,' ,,',,'''',1r i, of Democracy- the language that
.' fields an emergency. Third, when do Tallahassee. means Justice to all.
many the labor shortage is acute. you see him, 1 .
These are but a few of the consequences of don't waste his time in gossip and idle talk. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher and ,'I. But let u. examine now the Enemy.

4' total war. It may be all right to "visit"with the doctor Francine Springs Fisher of WorthIngton ''' f .J Does Mra. Schickelgruber' boy
l were
As the in normal times-if is definitely Mr. and Mrs: guests of understand Justice? Ask the pole'
war enters its fourth year, Germany a bad practice Friday. Bryan Whitfield ..of Poland...of Holland. ,.0

and Japan dominate an immense part now. Maj. and Mrs. W.. 1 mark ..of France...Ask the People f<'
' i, of the globe. They have gained through The standards of American medical and daughter, Kay, of E.Gainesville Murphree 1 I who live under A. Hitler. Ask the i imulneu. j'

conquest, gigantic quantities of vital raw care are the highest in the world. During were supper guests of Mrs. R. J. People who are mired in his morass of i iI '

materials. Despite its losses, the German the war, with millions of people working at Kite Wednesday of last week. '
Mrs L. R. think what
Bristol Have
arduous labor has you ever stopped to
Army is still the every possible returned
most potent means of from
military machine a delightful visit to the I America meats to you and to yourt. t
on earth. But, at the same time, guarding and maintaining these standards' mountains of North Carolina and 1 In the calm content of your neighbor ;

America's growing military power is at last must be used. And you can be certain that with relatives in Indiana. Illinois hood'in' the friendly peace that n ..
Ohio. what
being felt. The U. S. Army is increasing the doctors will J do their part. They will Mrs. L. F, Chapman and Mrs. ... America we'refightingfor.c.wherejustrcehat that's where we find .

., ,ast in numbers, and it is being superbly willingly work longer and harder. They M. 'E. Griner spent Tuesday In '- significance where freedom constant, '),,;'I r"

-equipped. The U. S. Navy and Air Forces won't spare themselves. They know better Jacksonville. continuous.

t. have demonstrated that they have splendid than anyone else that the preservation of week-end Edgar with D. Mobley spent the Tonigfit,call in your neighbor And

striking power and brilliant leadership. The civilian health is absolutely vital to the ford. his family In San- with them pledge your loyalty to them
' smooth,
1 ,courage of Allied fighting is war effort. and for them with a glass of
men beyond golden-mel1ow JAX Beer the
question. 10 paraphrase Winston Church The patient who wastes a doctor's time friendly toast to America in the

ill's phrase, if we give these fighting men may, unwittingly, be depriving a person American way.

y' enough tools;' they will\) finish the job who (desperately needs it, of medical atten-
tion. Spare your doctor!. Backache

The Great Unwashed, Fill Your Coal May Warn of Disordered
Bin Now
Kidney Action
What is meant by the Great Unwashed? The government !is Modern II'.wltb It*hurry and We're
worry Trying Hard
again ; !
urging that all InMuUr ..bite t
Dr. Mack I. Sponholtz, County Health coal users fill their drlallnt.rlxkof.apo.uroandS.I.oIlen4hrow.'
before *
Director of Wewoka, Oklahoma, furnishes The reasons are obvious. winter.If of the kidn.y.. heavy They.strain are apt on to the b...work..... 'si _battl.eapralonln Ourin.billtytorttiramJ h.ve made

the answer. He says the "Great Unwash until cold weather before we wait sod rer-taied other iapurltlea and fail to from Blur tbo nee.lifo-clvtoc. acid. it aitrtmaly difficult for u. to

. ed" is the "Public Drinking Glass; modern the demand on the coal ordering mines and ourfuel, .blood...You... .may. suffer. Baectnc backache supplied keep our daalera with JAX continuously Beer:But
t counterpart of the old-time the .b. dlaalneea, tutting up aighta, you c.n help aaaure
common drinking agencies of transportation lee! pains ."111.-_ your Chartofth.6mowDrrnkolFrierd
And will be enormous. tired ..", .....,all. worn _It. Other constantly.t.... I' r -
cup. domestic demand must not be of kidney or bladdor dlaordar...aomtln *- t ahip by *>kln{ for the JAX
"The public drinking receptacle-the to compete with the allowed urination M burning acanty or too frequeat JUMBO-.full 31ouncequar.

. 'Great Unwashed'-is the that fort. needs of the ,war ef Try Dee,,'. Doo,,'. help the It's. the convenient patriotic
is served kldaaya' to paaa. off harmful.,,_ body way to buy beer because save
., in eating and drinking places allover By buying oratory new Th.of, .bays bad nor.than balf. a ,- I atecl for the war effort. .
your coal pabae.ppr.v.i. Ar..mm. R
: E
: this now, you will mended by grateful oaara everywhere.DOANS B i E
+ treat country, Dr. Sponholtz asserted. assure yourself of an adequate A.a. svw Mi,6or) Jt: Bier ial Ctnpiiy
"It i is the glass that may contain 1,000 you will be aiding the prosecution of the lull Jiik.MiilU, Fl.rUi

000 bacteria; but lipstick may be the only war. I PILLS




11. 1942


_KLY NEWS I Secretary Knox .Reports Weekly Sermon I

In his first press conference in almost week\madennvallsble, hr.'ottlaat, 011.our"lh.,"'lslha'Ottlo.tt'r'flor.rass.at '

ttle of Egypt Gains New Momentum five months Secretary of the A GOOD WITNESSA Reports, 'V..hln.tOD, D. C.) .,.
Navy Frank, Knox came up with good witness must know -

British! U. S. Planes Blast Rommel some information on activities in the something must nay something lSTI ACTIONPiesldent NAVY AM HIIII' tU.DINU; War Bund quotas for September, .
; U. S. navy. and must be something.: This Is Roosevelt asked Congress -, Navy Secretary Knox said. the totaling $775,000.000 fo> the "

War Minister Given New Power I He pointed out that all officers true of a witness In a civil courtof to enact by October 1 Leg submarine" menace "1ft not by any Country. i
p : ; over 57 years of age were being subjected law, and It I III also true of a islation' under which he would be means solved" but there haa> beena

Reaches to a rigid physical examination good witness for the Lord Jesus: specifically authorized, to stabilize "steady diminution 0 f ships TAXATION: ANU VKOFITM: d
>tal Farm Crop Record High as part of the nav's effort to Christ. the cost of living includingthe sunk off our own shores" A. The Treasury Dopai ;ment H.
weed out all officers except those in price of all farm I
Here In Chicago a case was re I commodities shipbuilding compilation for Labor recommended to Congress are.

'a VOTEl "'.... eplnlene. .-. ..pr..4 1.1".n ..Nmn.. lh' 'T .r. .h... ..1N perfect condition. cently tiled with a young man ." In a special message to the Day showed 174 launching' ducllon In Individual Income tax'
Tea,r. .w.p.p er U-I-" ..w..eair.l..4..t a...uarll- ef ..,1. ....p.I>.r.> While he doesn't believe the submarine named Borelli as the chief witness, legislators, the President said "In- and 49 keel-laylnga, during the' exemptions to $500 for each de Iii if/

Released by Western Newspaper Union. _______ menace off the Atlantic for the prosecution. He had action on your part by that date day for many kinds and slues of I pendent The Treasury also pro-

he coast to be solved he did say that promised to talk, but when he will leave me with an Inescapable combat and cargo ships The posed a ten percent tax on consumers 1,
tf AlASKA believed the decline in sinkings responsibility to the people of this Maritime Commission
_ went on the witness stand he refused reporting upending and high penalty
RUSSIA kS could partly be credited to the fact country to see to it that the 68
OV'ET 4r'vu that "we've made it tough for to say a word of what he wareffoit vessels were, put Into ServiceIn ratea for luxury upending. At
them" U-boats, he said, have shift. knew, on the ground that the la no longer imperiled by August and there la "every Indication" the request of Congress 'the
threat of "
economic chaos. In
evidence he be the the goal of three com
might used
--- ed their activity to other sectors. gave Treasury outlined a sales tax
?:,Aa.1.eN Other naval developments of interest later to Incriminate him. event that the Congress should pleted ships a day will be reachedIn levied against the retailer who
D ..eA'q ... Without saying whether or not fall to act. and act adequately, I September. would It to the
on consumer.
..&..,..,.... revealed at the conferencewere shall the paaa
(I) the ship-building programis Borelli did right or wrong, let accept responsibility, RATIONING War expenditures In August were
and I will act.
\ ahead of schedule In all categories me say that there are many call $4,900 million more than three
Mr. Roosevelt auld the The War Production
; (2) naval air officers will be ing themselves Christians who refuse puiponeof Board released time greater than the amount
;fir plcc/F/C \ promoted faster than others to to say a word In behalf of the Legislation "should be to 90.000 of the refrigerators spent for National Defenxo a year

7 rw+r \ "completely answer" criticism that their Lord. They claim to know hold farm prices at parity, or at which have been rrocen In the ago. Income payments to In.

114 A t 4 the air arm of the navy has not Jesus Christ as their own personal levels of a recent" date, whichever : hands of dealers and distributors dividual) la July were 21 percent

e i NM yNiaMVll. ..z, been getting a good break In important Savior. They admit that Is higher. He said "at the since February 14 for hale to the more than July 1941 and were at
$ same time that
.." high command decisions; men who have never been saved farm prices are general public after finding that the record annual rate of $114
O ss ..O .. (3) the attack on the Solomons was are beet They admit that these stabilized, wages can and will beatabillzed they were not needed for "essen- billion a year, the Commel'ce Department -
RuIAwM+R t MAW1.1s: '.. the "largest amphibious operation cannot under any circumstancessave also. This I will do." tlaT* put'poses. Another 5O.OOO sld.

,,. I WI&+PNatgr {wen 71 A -_ ..ry;,.'to we ever undertook" and was successful themselves They admit The President recalled that two will be released by authorization w
? .UIwass. II' '1' %y -=..==,0I to !In obtaining all immediate that they could occasionally, at points of his original aeven-point of WPH for delivery to dtialera
; Jab Is to Save
r i Car
p > .ot?.....,. "oG..........t.s ....:..,_. ,.;:. objectives; ((4) in the Aleutian islands least speak a word for Christ. anti-Inflation.." program required and transfer to ultimate con- (
.. ... I .' the record "speaks for Itself." But they realize that If legislation an adequate tax:
.. ;.' they began sumers. The WPB foot requirements -
.,....'.'!VII... t",: ,"; (Here Secretary Knox was no doubt telling what they knew about program, and a law permittingthe committee recommended to DollarsBuy
a IA ... /r ::t" referring to the record of 19 enemy Christ, those with whom they are fixing of price. ceilings on the Board the following meat
0ie Pe ships sunk or damaged since the farm products at parity n
associated prices .
are likely to taunt conservation program- (!) Limitation -
Japs seized the westernmost tip of them. He said delay In enacting this War Bond
They might lose some of of the amounts that meat t

... IA11.la the island chain) their popularity with a few of point Legislation of dancer"has now to leached whole the packers may sell to the Civilian \\ fwy Fay Day
l\IEXICAN'WAR CHIEF their friends, and they might trade so that each civilian will be
AUSTRALIA even be ostracized entirely by'certain economy'e cannot hold the able to buy 2 1-2 pound. a week;
Cardenas Gets Job actual cost of food and clothing TO TIIK rilBUO
groups. So rather than be (2)) direct consumer rationing to
PUB'S great placer movement, which was aimed at Hawaii, ap- Mexico's increased participationIn true witnesses for Christ they down to approximately the present be started aa soon as) poatilble- I prefer men school bus drivers

lo be effective antll the United States marines took Jap bases la the war effort was emphasized keep their mouths shut and fall level beyond October 1. But in about four months; (3)) an Interim Pupils going to and from

>k>m farther by Japanese defeats la Milne bay on the tip ., New macho appointed his predecessor in cross for them. What a pityl I that the cost of living can beheld program. best driven available. Mothers)

L the presidency Gen. Lazaro Car. Jesus said '"Ye shall be a witness down after that date and father sending their children
denas, as minister of national de unto me." Yet some who He renewed his request of last rritcmsK OF WAR IIONI to school on bUSHes are en

ERT WAR: HOT SPOT: fense. know Him refuse to speak a word April for an Individual net !Income The Treasury Department an- titled, and should have, the best

The appointment of Cardenas, for Him! Let us follow the ad. limitation of $25,000 nounced sales of War Hands In protection possible, for them. If
Tanks Planes In South Pacific August totaled! $607.255.000 In the Hoard bunt secured a man
ti who succeeds Gen Pablo Valenzue monition of the old song: WAR ,\IISsn: RELATIONS
ritish and German tanks con- Frustrated by hard-hitting United la, was looked upon as the initial "Speak Just a word for Jesus, President. Roosevelt In an address bonds through, the ten percent driver. do they have the best protection

their bitter struggle on a 20- Nations forces at Milne bay, the Jap move toward expansion of the army, Tell of His love for men! broadcast to an International payroll ravings plan, comparedwith ? The beet. drivers are

desert front in Egypt Amer- busied himself by pounding away navy and air force. Early reports Some distressed student assembly In Wash 18,000,000 persons and $2OO- found antuns; men.
fbomberi joined the Royal Air elsewhere on the island of New predicted that the navy ss well as one may listen, ington and shoitwaved to other 000.000 In July. Treasury Secre- -.-
I in carrying out almost contlnumatloni Guinea, vital stepping stone to Australia. the army and air force, would be ,Willing to trust Him then. parts of the world, stated the tary Moigenthau announced Stale School Board Member

against Nazi concen- Port Moresby via Kokodawas "Speak Just a word Ever to Him war Is "going to be long and hard -

11 the Jap objective. be true; and bitter (but) this time we
forced and rested after a two Though the tempo of the fighting DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST
shall know how
Speak Just a word Tell whatHe's to make full used I
halt, Marshal Erwin Rom- bad increased there were strong indications of
Victory" to build better
i army started Its advance In that the trap set by Gen doing for you!1" world, a 129 Cost Call Street ;i

lUng, rocky area between the eral MacArthur's forces at Milne
He paid the Government will
[lat ridge in the center and bay had effected huge losses on theenemy's Hours 9 A. 1* !
Letter Box see to it that men returning from M. to 7 M. Krentax Air Appointment
nat peak, on the southern air power. Particularlywas the fronts can resume their Intertupled .
[ the Qattars depression.' the Jap fighter plane force
near __ __ __ careen and, education and
net's) major effort was at the smashed. At least 30 of the Zero ;rev n n
that work Is provided for those
m hinge of the British line, fighters had been destroyed in the Norfolk, Va.
willing and able to woik.
i troops were taking the brunt Milne bay encounter and while the Dear Editor: HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT

t attack. War bulletin. Issued Japs could ferry additional planes In replying, to the article "A I'AV TO DEPKNDKNTS: HOME?
i by the headquarters and the I, through a chain of Islands it appeared Gentle Warning". written by one The War Department sent 36,- I

laid U. S. army air force that the United Nations had of your correspondents and appearing 000 dependents, allowance checks PRESENT THIS AD ANn SOe AT OUR

.i participated in extensive opmi won the first round In the struggle. In a recent Isxue of your totaling $.., OO.OOO to relatives' STUDIO. VVK WILL MAKE A-
over the entire area where Communiques lacked reports of paper: It looks as If the peopleIn and dependents of enlisted men j I

Nazil were trying to smash Zero bombing and strafing expeditions your community are afraid for In the four lower grades of the' $3.50 Oil Colored Portrait ,

I Alexandria, the Nile and the but the United Nations were the ahead.I Service.. Selective Service Head- .
negro race .to get
|Banal not assuming that Japan's air power am a "Yankee", as you would< quarters Instructed i state boards v OF YOU. ONLY ONKiTO A PERSON

patches' from the front not- had been permanently disabled. put it, but I still think the nergo to place their calls so that most

lat the moon was favorable for NAZIS GAIN should be given a chance. The men right now will come BON-ART STUDIOS
[ fighting and that the weather : local boards with the most '
reason the negro did not take a single I
uch cooler than the 100 de- In Caucasus GEN. LAZARO CARDENAS leading part In the last war was men or men with I 223: S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla

|temperature during the early Gloomy news came from the Russian Minister of National D / n'.. not because he dldn want to, but other than wives and l

er.o front as the unexpected Red put under the defense ministry, thus because men like the one who

i TO TOJO: offensive northwest of Moscow failed making him second In command.In wrote the article kept them from

for the most part in bringing relief his annual message to congress enliKIng.! Your own judgment says it's true .
Tilt Portolion to beleaguered Stalingrad. President Camacho declaredthat The writer is correct when he I

Japanese Foreign Minister Despite Soviet counterattacks on Mexico Is in the war until "a says there will be u contrast between Be wise and "follow through .
noel Togo resigned his position the Moscow-Rzhev front the Nazis peace worthy of our living )it" has the white and negro enlistment

personal reasons," the Japa- still were able to pour large scale been achieved He added that Mex. In this war but did it t
cabinet virtually eliminated the reserves of troops tanks and aircraft ico will not make a separate armistice ever enter his mind that there GOTO

rong man regarded as being Into the advance on Stalingrad. or peace.DRAFT are only one-fourth as many

ltd to hostilities against Rus- Hungarian and Rumanian divisions negroes' as white men? I wlxh PEOPLE .'
Togo negotiated the Moscow joined the assault on the vital Volga : the writer could see how they act

> neutrality pact. river city.German. Puzzle and live In the armed forces MORE .

lo'i post was taken over by troops had reached a zone Selective Service Director Brig then maybe he would brighten up
jEiki Tojo who holds four In the Caucasus northwest of Novo DEALERS
now Gen. Lewis Hershey had informed and realize they ought to be given
oi In the cabinet-premier, rossisk! Soviet Black sea naval base, a chance. .
draft officials to regulate
state '
taster, minister of home ate a Russian communique acknowl quotas to individual boards so that Frank Gorslcka, HEVROUT

land foreign minister. The edged. married men would not be draftedin U. S. Navy. ;
rg man" of Japan Tojo was a The Red army had withstood a one locality before those in an

constant hammering northwest of other. Then came the next problem Lawtey, Fla,
Stalingrad and had delivered strong SERVICE
: When would married men be Gentlemen:
blows against the enemy's /flank.
rI'flier called? When would it be necessaryto May I state my good feeling
South of Krasnodar, in the Caucasus -
take youths of 18 and 19 years at seeing In your paper each week
the Russians said their troops
of age into the army? that column "Moody Institute'sWeekly
were annihilating a trapped enemy. Efforts: were being made to forcea Sermon." This In fine. I

NATION'S CROPS : congressional vote on the latter am' a graduate of the Moody THAN TO ANY OTHER

issue before the November elections Bible Institute and It seems goodto

Reach Record HighThe but most observers thoughtthis get messages like these from

greatest supply of food in history unlikely. That such a vote there

Tojo Minister Togo 'will come from the nation' would come soon after these elections Also in these day, it la of DEALER

farms this year. Department pf agriculture appeared certain however. supreme Importance that men and ORGAN
b advocate of the Axis pact reports Indicate that crop. Chariman Andrew Jackson May women begin turning I their IZATIONi

Japan's "new order" in the are the greatest on record for this (Dem., Ky.) of the house military thoughts toward God. Your

I t. His present four posts con- time of year.America affairs/ committee declared that splendid cooperation In publishing .. i t
hie In one man almost when and if married men with chil- :
sbsc- is producing the biggest these "true-to-the-Blble" messages I
owers over his people. corn crop in 10 years, the largest dren are called the war would be will aid this community
Palpating close! scrutiny by of wheat crop since 1915 and the great about 18 months older, or they might spiritually. Headquarters ;"'

Russian sources, Tojo declared est oat crop since 1925. Corn crop not be taken at ail He released Please keep this feature going
|>'i' assumption of the foreign estimates place the total at 2.733.-: figures which he said were furnished Forbes E. Fuller Pastor :
try "will not result In compared with by the national selective service
any way 690.000 bushels as Lawtey Baptist Church. VICTORYSERVICE
alteration of Japan's foreign 2,873,000,000 bushels in 1941. Oats headquarters indicating a nine million Because Chevrolet dealers

However..Togo's resigna are expected to reach 1.332,000.000 man pool available in advanceof Starke, Fla.
[Plus Tojo's decision to takee compared with 1,178 drafting registrants with dependent :
bushels as Dear Editor: have sold more new cars and
wives and children. '
foreign portfolio, was wide- 000.000 last year. The department I understand that the Civic "
rpreted as presaging a sneak estimates wheat production at 955: ,- OIL Clubs of Live Oak-Rotary, Kl-
f on with FUEL : trucks-more used cars and
Russia. Information 000.000 bushels as compared wants, etc.-have made It a prac ,
!">( Chunking said that 100.000 948.000,000 bushels In 1941. To Be Rationed lice of entertaining selectees at on
e Ie troops_totaling five dlvl- Sugar cane production |la estimated 't trucks-and have had broader
had Fears of midwest petroleum distributors lunch on the day they leave for .'
been sent north from the at 7379.000 tons: sugar beet production were realized when Don- camp. ; : i

| theater of war. 12.967.000 tons; cottonseed, ald M. Nelson, chairman of the War This Is certainly a nice gestureand ALL MA-KESi : l' in servicing all
pOrting 1 this theory Lieut. Gen. 5800.000 tons; flaxseed 42.000,000 Production board. confirmed reports must be greatly appreciatedby 1i' experience iOF l I
W bushels ;
Stilwell. United States bushels; soy leans 184.000.000 fuel oil will be rationed and tbe who
that boys are leaving home
ander In chief In india Chinautma ; peanuts. 2.800.000,000 pounds; that rationing may be Imposed upon some never to return again. I makes and models during t
announced that there barley 417,000.000 bushels: rye. 60,- some midwestern states as well as wonder why our publicspiritedclub CARS AND,

foal Siberia.chance" the Japawould 000,000 bushels. bushels: rice 74.000.000 the East. members In this little city the last ten years-than any t"

Rationing would be extended to cannot spare a small portion of .

I the Midwest In order to make addi- I, their time and money to arrange TRUCKS M:: other dealer organization. i iy If
tional railroad tank cars availableto something for the boys who are ;:.. ; I
I iGIlLIGHT5- '" the u1c's news .
_ IITa market.At : .
the eastern to
supply : going away serve these club .1 It
his press conference President members and their own country? 'u t .M,.. '

The duke of Windsor has REPLACED Dr. Hu Shjh, ChI- Roosevelt mentioned 25 per cent ss -Patriot.

ced the formation of a nese ambassador to me United the likely amount of curtailment in thA THE WHEEIS THAT 1 SERVE AMERICATorode i tj t
Those areas were not j
as has some areas. T. rellr t
defense force, the first States for the past 12 years, : ** ,
e military unit recalled by his government and specified. I
In the Islande been I.INy I COLDS l
indicated that basic I
Initial reports a -
e a century. will be succeeded by Wei Tao Ming .
LEST: Roosevelt former ambassador to Vicny. ration would permit besting tan
base In Chevrolet Co.
rnJa-whleb the navy terms CONSPIRATOR: Convicted of conespiracy average 68 degrees temperature, with of sdditlonalrations approximately .T..lot.LiquidS.lv. j.
r.eat base to serve Germany as a spy. .
operating in the 666
to be Issued on the barfs of
hat been K. F. Bahr was sentencedto *_. Ur..q
reelalmeci commissioned on Herbert by a federal need. Full details M liie plan will be ......... aar... Florida :
from Los Angeles *erre 30 years In prison Starke
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PACE Sl'nY'R I tI'
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frq.,, ,h', t""I<1 4\ 1 4 Miss Beatrice Zacharias Junior Woman's Club New River ;
I'\ ; NewsBy
"J tit NightThe
( 1 I SOCIETY and CLUBS Becomes BrideOf Met Wednesday -

John Inman In Miami Junior Woman's Club of ;Jessie Lee Lazenby

held its regular monthly FtRNiTtRE snap

Mrs. Perkins Initiated Woman's Club Members Jule Bevan Celebrates Miss Beatrice Zacharias daughter Starke meeting Wednesday night at 8:00: NEW WATER SYSTEM M.. and Mr J, >r.
Into Kappa Delta Pi Hear Dr Estornelle Birthday Anniversary of Mrs. A. D. Zacharlas and o'clock in the auditorium of theWoman' Frank Merritt considers himself vUle have been Ilvht
: for kl
Zacharlas- of Lake Club Building with rather, lucky in a c q u firing an the
WednesdayDr. late Mr.
At Meeting the
seventh moved
As Friday was back
Mrs. Bynum Perkins spent last the bride of John Miss Frances Peek presiding.The Eveready electric water pump and 10

week-end with friends at the University C. Estornelle field director, birthday anniversary 0 f little Butler, became Inman, Club agreed to give *25 to and sufficient piping to carry James have Opened star
Gainesville and while American Red Cross, Camp Banding Jule Bevan, daughter of Mrs. J. Inman, son of Mrs. the U. S. O. Drive.A water to 600 chickens In five and Ernest,, ]their

In was guest speaker Wednes- W. Brownlee, her mother gave a formerly of Starke and now of! dinner-bridge party for the pens. Last week Mr. Merritt are assisting Mr La s
i' \ + there attended the banquet at the the Woman's per- members was planned for this outfit and acted making the pieces
s day afternoon at for her. Tallahassee, in a ceremony club purchased as At
t s'' where she was lovely birthday party : they have
r a Primrose Grill, Halloween '
Club. He was Introduced by Mrs. afternoon at October 14th a plumber and electrician. He car- several
rf I ,, Initiated Into \the Upsilon Chapter Edward Burns executive secretary, Zinnias and ferns were used as formed Saturday Church I Dance was planned for October ried the pipe lines Into the kitchen hlne stands and rockt\
: of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary madean decoration In the living room and 0:30 o'clock In Trinity Lavender states ,
q I American Red Cross, and back porch, the yard, and
society In education. excellent address. on the subject screened porch. Miami. 28th.The! following were accepted as five chicken lots. He has only a make special ordererW

f'' ( Membership In this society is of different phases of Red The young hoatesa was prevented About 35 close' friends and relatives new members of the Club: Miss temporary shed for his pump, but nature beds kitchen Cib lelt

+ extended to those who have attained Cross work at Camp. Blanding numbers of preeents dear to witnessed the ring cere- Miriam Guy, Miss Eloise Dees, plans to finish this as he renovates and what have 111II

4t excellence of scholarship and elsewhere. the heart of a little girl. The mony which was performed by the Miss! Louise Isom and Miss Clara his smokehouse;' the two SCHOOL NE"S

4 : and distinction of achievement as Prior to the address, :Mrs. Burns birthday cake was Iced In white Rev. Robt. 1.. Allen, pastor of Mae Harley. compartments join. Mrs. Mer- Our second

4 t' ( V students and servsntll'at education. introduced the following local and pink and topped by even the church. The meeting adjourned after ritt has her washing machine was held Friday p.r. A.

Red Cross helpers: Mrs. W. B. pink candles. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee The bride was becomingly which refreshments were served under this shed and she declares good number of paw

Sewell, chairman of volunteer ser assisted In serving Ice cream, dressed In a Navy suit with which by the hostesses, Mrs. Guy Sale, that her washing is a real pleasure considering ,the !

yt g ?' Dutch Treat At YWCA vice; Mrs. Frank' WJlson, cochairman cookies and birthday cake to the aha! wore matching accessories Miss Betty Green, Mrs. Glenn -nothing to lift! Janice didn't and the electrical do'll'PGit!!;

{ F Is Innovation of production; M.... W. following guests: and a corsage of orchids and Wood and Mrs. Grady Baggett. agree, but her mother explained Mrs Bessie ItOI1l.
4 The "Dutch" luncheon an Burnt
J. ,, chairman of staff tube why. director R.I
at USO Club No 4 Epperson Norma and Emma Jane Canova, roses. for thIs

J (I'VWCA). It was held for the assistants; F. F. Stump, who is Joan Carpenter, Butch Smith, The bride was born and reared Yelter-Beasley REVIVAL CLOSESThe concerning the orpmQ COtmtJ
Chapter treasurer; and Judge E. and Sharon St. Peter, in Lake Butler was graduatedfrom various
Beryl adult
r with
l9 first time Thursday, Sept. 3, daughterof Baptist Revival closed at cl/l8tt/!;
chairman local Miss Callie Beasley It.
K. Perryman, Brownlee and Nencie school there, and badly needed.
Madge high
i r t 35 present, consisting of army Chapter. Union County Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Beasley of noon Sunday with a big dinner on Mrs.
Bevan. taught school in Cleo
wives and some Starke ladies- Ala., and Corp. Fred- the grounds. Two new additions, Andre
The business session was con with teacher
prior to accepting a position ,
members of tbe Advisory Com of Philadelphia, Pa., one by letter and one by baptism, presented a}f1ntjr
ducted the president, Miss Circles Commission I In erick Yetter after
mittee. The second one was held by W. S. C. S. : the Industrial which refaal
: made during the week.
&&q H, yesterday with a still larger number Evelyn Stump; Miss Arline Mann Tallahassee, where she spent! four were married In a ceremony E.performed K. were served to the entity
o f present. Wednesday after- acted as secretary pro-tern, and Circles of the Woman's Societyof years. She is now employed witha by County Judge Wednes- ANOTHER RATTLER o.-T, A. members.
In the absence of the treasurer, Christian Service of the Methodist the Pleasant- Perryman, at 7 o'clock We
i noon. 44 had already signed up to defense project, Vlck Sheppard was preparingto had l some "''papaa'
Mrs. W. H. Hart, the report was church will meet Monday, Inc in Miami. day night, Sept. 2. time
llA ( attend, with others; still to come.YOU' ville Construction, "' harness his mule one after- and we would lib
1 1q read by Mrs E. L. ,Matthews. September 14, at 3:30: o'clock. Mr. Inman was graduated from Immediately following the for ceremony the- noon last week when the animal more at the next
Mrs Lex Green, chairman Circle Number One will be enter- and attended a wedding supper School
high school in Starke local shied 'around with I a warning turned out si 11
'r health committee, announced that tained by Mrs Titus Olson; Circle Oglethorpe University in bridal party was held at, a "snort" before the bridle was in day 'so that the tNebl

the Woman's Club will sponsor a Number Two by Mrs. L. 8. Hutto; i Atlanta, Ga. He was employedwith restaurant place. This caused Mr. Sheppard attend funeral servlca i,!!

q%; luncheon at the formal opening and Circle Number Three by Mrs.: the Industrial Commission In! Mr Yetter has been in Starke to look for the reason. Right Carpenter Jn Starke
months, being: em-
for about five
I Sam Anderson. Tallahassee! for five years and at Cor under the edge of the barn laya Jack'Hodges fixed i j,.

SHOULD TRY OUR We Can Re-Cap'A1I: Popular I the Naval Air Base In Jackson- poral ployed Yetter at Camp Is now Blanding.stationed at big diamond-back ,with seven for the big flag and ??
ville for 14 months prior to ac rattles. have the flag salute
Size Tires From 600-16 to will be trans- 11tk\
4 DELUXE GOLDEN of the Health Unit, date to be cepting a position with the Pan- Camp Blanding but torlum whenever desJni
825-20 Inclusive announced later and asked for ferred to Hendricks Field, Se-
"' American, Ferries in Miami.Mr very simple, but suhjUii
FRIED CHICKEN Hrlnc" Vm Your Tire' Crrtltlrmlf volunteers to assist with the and Mrs. Inman will be at bring, within a few days, where Chester Andrews Is picking took a block fl'OI11'

: r DINNER HAROLD HARDEN luncheon. It was voted that the home to friends at 2640 S. W. they will make their home for the purple hull peas this week. He which was sawed off fc It t

& Third Meld ,.... Club donate $23 to the USO fund; 12th St., Miami.1loserStrickland. present. and his, helpers have already wood and l bored a bole k

?j i'a'a' Palatka, Fla. Phone 9168 also voted to sponsor Girl Scouts gathered more than BO crates an Inch bit, which ju t
r ; Cooked The Old- organization. CARD OF THANKSWe from three acres and have not flag staff. We arc

4. t Miss Evelyn Stump presented wish to thank our many finished yet. Chester states that his woik. i.7 1

fashioned Southern CAN GET Mrs. Rawson J. Davis, who sang Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stricklandof friends who assisted us duringthe they brought a fair price. Mrs J. L. Johns bag
YOU Illness and death of Mrs.
"God Bless 'America", accom- Klngsley Lake announce the ice from town for tbtrt
+ g 'Way REAl REliEF panied at the piano by Mrs Lex marriage of their daughter, Collie Rebecca Hilllard. We especially Mrs. Lester McCulIough has menta last Friday. Shctr-
f1 m r Green. thank Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Grader, been suffering this week from a, little
to 1st Sgt. James H. Moseron a zinc tub to
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lott, Mr. and bad finger: She had to have it any)
:t farm ACID During the social period Mrs..R. Saturday, August 8, In Jack- in and then gave Ittothp! !
f Mrs. Tom Harding and the Rev. lanced recently and alnce then it
AT THE INDIGESTIONIBISMAREX F. Demorest, hostess chairman, sonville. They are residing at for future use. We m
G. C. Powell. May God bless has been slowly Improving.,
y.H and her assistants served Ice Ft. Benning, Ga., where Sgt. you ; grateful.
4 all.-Mr. and Mrs. V, F. Manningand Miss Janice Merritt has
cream and cookies. I I Moser is stationed. Mrs M L John,Jh.c
family home after
K&MCAFE spending a Andrews and Mrs. E. L
few weeks vacation in Jackson
made tea at home and tall
u the ice their '
!.' ? We wish to !! our sincere ville.Mrs. nffy
Sara Jane Green of Ral- made that day to be mi
Corner Of Walnut & Carolyn Callstreet appreciation to our many friends. ford Is visiting her son-in-law and refreshments,
; for their kind t expressions of
1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earnle
: Madison and for the beautiful The 7th and 8th pit
Carpenter's Drug Store : sympathy Southerland, this week.
enjoying their diagram
floral offerings during our time Mrs. Pledger Johns Is now .em
_____,__ 1 .. ____,_,_,__ And now It comes' time to say Fran Cpperman for such a grandi- of sorrow. ployed at Camp Blanding. vln Tetstone and )i. L Jit/
farewell to Powell Carpenter, the ful cvenln ? A. J. Wilkinson and son, Edgar, Cpl. W. N. Johns of Ft. Ben-
the class with otbron
'";; FUNERAL DIRECTOR words come awfully hard > He Mrs, E. M. Thomas and family. ning, Ga., Is home on a week's leading their. trail. More allis

; ll! t, Sly Many Teurn. Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render was as much a part 0 f Call Spotted an' Jotted: Jim Ed Cot- pine tree with turpentine cup attached furlough I shown throughout !Uclappeg be

1e, } rlr"1 r i EFFICIENT, PROMPT' and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE Street as the bricks In the pave- trell off to school In Gawgia squealed excitedly, "Oooh, Miss Ruth Tomlinson and 'a and time gilds t

"" {a l PRICES ment and the Neon over the: Freddie Wimberly hostessln' at a look at the big sugar cane treet"! friend. Miss Mary Belcher, both quickly, tbe students say

{ DeWITT C. JONES awnings Young still in years birthday dinner party Sattlday .' It's a girl for Darby an' of Jacksonville, were visiting the

t ; 1 4 .Starke, Florida and spirit, yet he had been here night-sweet seventeen Dew Margaret Jones, born at Riverside former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Frances, 't

4 -. r .cl' j A j long enough 'to be classified ;ln ,de cendln' upon'iihe, Florida The- Hosp, Thurs. A. M. O. F Tomlinson, this, week. been employed with.th, '
__ _ _.. ._______..:.I-__ .
u '' ,' that envied category of "old- atre- orchidacidU* Arllne Dew, :I.-.J Miss Wilma Green of Raiford Is draft, board, has reiun\ :.
't, :: "
? 44{ I timers" .' He knew Starke from who'd be an asset to any box- Hear Loutact Muntliburn' (ex- now employed in the Camp Banding home In Pulakl'a.

'" the days of "way back when" office Rawson Davis clrcula- Callstreeter) has been sent to laundry and is a'aylng with i "Tinker" Johns and Shy

Way back when there was no tin' around town Labor Day Washington by St. Vincent's HaRp her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. are happy to be borne ip

UdrDS4i Camp Blandlng e Way back Nightingale-voiced Garnita Hutto (Jax) to study an' observe operations Eurnle Southerland.E. being away over (two mor

y when there were no taxi cabs back from a lengthy vacation in at the blood an' plasma A. Sapp' has had his eyes the Sheet Metal Tralninj&
; i I 1ot4 back when folks had the Carolinas '.'. Sizeable crowdof are r'
Way bank In Providence Hospital examined and fitted with glassesand In Pensacoln They
time to laugh and Joke together, football fans watch first She's head medical technician at states that he feels better disappointed that they w

and friendship was a blessed practice Tuesday afternoon. St. V's, you know Under nowadays. old enough nor heavy an t tpccuie
reality-not Just a ten-letter wordin New coach, Woodrow Riser, look stan' Shellle Hall has leased her Mrs. Tom Hodge and childrenof a Job Shy comp!

+ i OUR STORE IS PACKED WITH the dictionary : But when ed OK from where I sat popular eatln' place Surely Brooker were visiting Mr. and course, but Tlnk lacked

F GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL OC- Providence waved the wand, Waver Davis an' Ernestine Williams will miss those elegant barbecuesshe Mrs. Obey Moody Sunday. week!

CASIONS.WHAT'S changing Starke from a rail- back on the Job at Koch's used to put together No "', _____,___
MORE WE WILL WRAP fence town to a ,DEfense town, after a too-long absence. Jew one could fix: 'em quite like Shel- --u

THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT Powell took the change In stride ell Presnell back 'from USO gath- lie Mae Slsaon's new hairdoIs We Do Superior Work-

WRAPPING READY TO MAIL. eager" aa always, to give the erin' In N, Y. t Under'stan' ver' becomln' Seems itwasn't
of the ad- the talked much about CALL FOR AND DELIVER
patrons Carpenter's so Fla.
+# IFIT IS FOR SOMEONE IN what she asked for, but
vantage of every new. idea and they thought she was on the
r STARKE WE WILL DELIVER operator thought fhe
; IT
convenience In the business Chamber o f Commerce payroll
ought to have Maybe more
a' t FOR YOU It his of L. M Bines an'
; Perhaps was sense Judy Mc- of us girls should let 'em have For Better Cleaning -

humor that Powell will longest Rae doln' the "death w :(tch"- their way The effect mightbe

WE. ALSO CARRY A FINE LINE "" be remembered for f He lovedto midnight to 6 AM at the new observation more pleasing-If surprising TRY TILE

OF GREETING CARDS hear and pass along a good tower .1. r Surely was thrilled to get a
Joke, and could always see \the
glimpse of that parade ft C. B. CLEANERS
funny side to thorn! little run-of- Hear Annie Mae an' Tommie NEW ,METHOD
> division staged for General Lear
? the-mill occurances that might be Kemper are hangin \their hats In
/ ,: tother day There's nothln' Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners
merely annoying to one less bless an adorable trailer thepe days, due 1'/I/ IIf
t.1 Cci enter 3 ed Or perhaps he will be to room shortage in Mobile, Ala. little wrong band with music our morale and the that. a 315 Temple Your Patronage l3 a ,

11* p : remembered longest for his generosity . See Grace \Wainwright t be- march In' feet won't fix soundof Avenue Appreciated

Always giving liber comln quite adept at fashionin' rightup .- ...-.-
-- -
If can't --- - -
you get enthu-
d +! THE tciU DRUG STORE ally to those perpetual drives for those devastatln'velvet bows the siastic over doln' your bit for thewar
one good cause or another, that girls wear now in'lieu of hats ,
effort. Jus' crash the Blandin'gates
seem to come around with the Seems they were Introduced to
and watch those boys march
regularity of clockwork and it Starke from New York
; by
way by Ylppeee! I'm off to SOUR STOMACH
way only a short while ago that of Jackie Glimberg Yetta
buy a bond an' knit
a muffler .
u he donated-anonymously-an ex- Shiifkln an' Gertrude Handlesman
Come along?
pensive blood plasma to the first among the first converts, orderin .
aid station here, offering to obtain their bows from the big city before Carolyn.. Heartburn and excessive acid condition

other plasmas at cost for use Grace started local manufacture -

In Starke Or perhaps he will ., An' armful of orchids NEW ROOFS APPLIED will be relieved almost immetliateh1.
be remembered for his good fel to Scootle Duke for volun- OLD ROOFS REPAIRED

r lowship His love of music teerin' to head up the Red Cross General
; ( 3r tt'a RepaintAll with Dia-Bisma powder.
e FLAUEKK His willingness to play piano production room activities Work Guaranteed _
accompaniment for the Rotary Scootle'a vim, vigor an" vitality satin
Club singing-anything, that is, should end forever the too-long Lastinger & English/ 50c Jars, money refunded, if not

BEGINNING SUNDAY SEI..... 13 so long as it was In the key of period of inactivity during which 21J N. Brood way. ilex 493

CI! These are pie things he'll our soldiers could have frozen an' --.- ,-

;,, Sun., Mon., Tuea..Sept., 13, 14, 15"Invisible be remembered for ,'. These anda bled to death for all the garments can

Agent"TODAY'S hundred other traits that make ar' bandages that were made for In spite of the rubber shortage, we

us sure ,that no place he filled them in Starke ., Now if some
"t' MOST A.MAZtNO: S.NS.TlONZWith no spot he occupied will ever be of us patriotic gals don't pitch In I still fountain syrin!?' !
offer low
Ilona Massey Jon Hall. Peter Lorre the same again an' give her a hand, bop! goes priced

-r ALSO NEWS AND COMEDY another bit of faith In mankind we *
Jr. Club dance Labor Day night and water bottles. Buy now, as
Wed., Thurs.--Sept. 16, 17-'BIO DOUBLE FEATURE
was a bit of all right, as we say -

'" No. l-"Roxie'' Hart" In dear ole Lunnon Clubhouse Helen (Ikmling)'l>er here on a being rationed on rubber goods

With Ginger Rogers and George Montgomery decorated in blue an' whitean visit, parted company with her ,
No. 'club members wearln lovely tonsils' at Riverside tother day ,_ .... .- .1.--.. "
2-"Obliging Lady"With corsages of red, red roses . Mus be very comfortln' to
"a Joan Carroll and Edmond O'Brien Slow music predominating have a twin sister 'nursln' In an WE BUY THE BEST and

.f+ _. ALSO NEWS Where in the swing of yester- institution like that Should MATERIALS THAT A Fresh Shipment of {Whitman
year? Sappo Ingram did l his Insure the best of care Call J.
i / Frt., Sat. Sept. 18, 19-DOUBLE FEATURE bit for the local femmes by Importing Street Scene: Small boys peddlln' BE BOUGHT, SO YOU Hollinffsworth'a Fine Chocolates,

1)/) No. l"Secrel'Agent Of Japan" a couple of Florida foot boiled peanuts .. Pennsylvania ARE SAFE IN BUYING .

,, With Preaton Foster and Lynn Bart ball player. for the event .' khakllads buy a bag Taste OUR PASTRIES' received.
Nurses and M. D.'s from Blanding one Spit it out In disgust'
'Wo. 2-"Lone Rider In Cheyenne" Station Honp. havln' a .
bang-up "Hey, boyVbat'! the mat- They Are Baked BRITTLE-.t
With AI (Fuzzy) St. John time an' anxious to know when ter with these peanuts? They'rewet TRY A' CAN OF PECAN

ALSO SERIAL AND CARTOON the next dance will be .'. By the Give us our money back!" Fresh Daily

way-wonder what four couples Seems they don't bile 'em REAL TREAT I
i MIDNIGHT SHOW. SATURDAY SEPT. 19-11:30: P.M. (stayed behind to close up the north o' the Uason-Dixon Line v
,, "The Blonde 'Comet" lilt building and then lingered for an Few newcomers like 'em the SABINE'SBAKERY

hoar or so while one of the boys first time Giles
't With Virginia Vale and V Barnett you have to STOfl
P r II n p iodized the "Rhapsody In .cultivate the taste, like alligator KOCH DRUG
SUBJECTS Blue"? Hear his renditionwas .pears Another( laugh: Estelle

''{ -R prl absolutely out of this world Masslllo (Frank Landrum's new 312 W: Call St.

Congrats to Social Chm. Conn aec'y.) upon areeln' her first

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Miss Jewell Presnell, associateat Mrs. D. J, Gardner, of New I
I USO Club No.1 (YWCA), returned Orleans, is the new seamstress for I I
Tuesday from a 10-day Dave Levin of the Blanding Tailors -! '
his trip to Silver Bay, N Y., where a t Blanding Center, while company."r
with Mrs Grant
pending awhile of Chicago. John Brooks Grew, over 43. In she attended an Army & Navy Mm. W. L. Anderson ha* the
if Congressman la a new assistant at USO Club
Starke. harmony with I recent develop- YMCA Conference.Mr. .
position his
at place at 129
Washington No. 4 (YWCA), I Ii
n left for having begun her ,ments in the Army, was inducted and Mrs A. C Durden and East Call street
return to services there Tuesday morning. i "
fre will : Wednesday in the
military police
J. W.
Mrs. Klncaid
Mrs. of Tampa arrived Mrs Jack Williams, of Calnen-, ,
days. Bernard Mill I", of Philadelphia -I department, and will be stationed .
here Sunday afternoon from Yule spent a few days last week I
is also
and Miss a new secretarial em at Camp .
Carter Blanding the duration
Effie I of their home in Tampa, and are visiting her mother, Mrs B. !
!Dock are new employees ploye.Mrs.. Henry Hlne of the war. upending awhile at the home of Jacobs
/lrke, Dry Cleaners. Miss Emmy Kelley spent the Mr. and Mrs O. L.
/ Mr. and ,
spent Sat- Mrs. R. E. Matthews of Cross Mrs. B. F. Camp, who
i j Dowllng week-end In Madison with her N. T. Ritch has resigned his
City were ,guests Thursday of have lived at 221 North Walnut
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colin P. position in Macon, Ga., and is
River-al Mrs. R. A. Newsome. street for the past six months,
Kelley, Sr.Beautiful
now employed by the Seaboard
daughter, Mrs. Mra. E. R. Smyth of Columbia, have moved back to their former
her Cleaning Beautiful In
jf Company Starke. Tom home
Lawtey Mrs\ Gertrude
t Lee, who had her ton- S. C., arrived Wednesday for a Tailoring at the Stxrke-BJUndlng Ritch Is also employed, tem Handelsman Is i
,ved They returned visit with her mother, Mrs. Tailors Opposite Park Theatre the now occupying the
porarily, by Seaboard whileat Crews home. 444 n
1ICU1 The of
and Mrs. Lee U Bertha Pearce.
dnemiay Mrs. W. J. Johnston, formerly J home on a three weeks vacation -
long well.j Mrs. R. A. Newsome spent of Rome, Ga., who is making her from Emory University, Atlanta Ruby Lllley, former teacher {
in BHS, and now a member of Q. Y1'eg ..a nsznlo w d.
Dahmer, ,of the Pe- Tuesday afternoon In Gainesville. home here with her slater, Mrs. Ga. the faculty of the
o, has returned to Starke Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Sam Anderson, will spend the The Rev. George F. Scott, whoteaches School, spent the week-end Quincy High with
a.week vacation at her left yesterday for the mountainsof week-end with her husband, who in Southern College at her sister, Mn. Titus Olson. We suggest=; ; the exclusive
Cadillac, Mich Her North Carolina where they will Is stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Lakeland, spent a few days this
JIB. Eva Allen, returnedfor (spend several' weeks. Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons, week with his brother and sister- MI'.. J. M. Mitchell and Miss Thermique heaterlesa method

a visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Owen e-4 Corbin and Gene, returned recently in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, Lucile Mitchell left Monday for available to you In our shop.
Id Mrs. R. F, Demorest d a u g h ter, Barbara Jacqueline, to their home In Ormond aftera as he was enioute home from Madison for a few days' visit
with Mrs You will be delighted with the
Me *
irned from a stay 'ofeeks have returned to their home in visit here with Mrs." Carnell's| Clayton, Ga., and Junaluaka, N. Henry ser. ;
at Brevard, N. C.. Winter Haven after spending last parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. C. Miss Madge Whigliam and E. lasting quolity-ltalustreand beauty.
week here with Mrs. J. H. Lord. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear : H. Klueppelberg spent Tuesday

,B. R. WitovskI left Tuesday fora Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lightfootwho had a real family re-union lust and Wednesday in Gainesville attending -
FOR visit with hla niece, Mrs. H. B. have been visiting their son week when their sons Lt. RobertE. a Farm Security Training
tf McLendon, In Orlando. and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs.A. Wear, of Ft. Bragg, N. C., and School. D1UMQULSaris
E. Lightfoot, for the past two John F. Wear, who Is awaitinga Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and
f\-- c. weeks, left Monday for their call to the Naval Air Corps; son James Edward and Mian
home In Miami. They were accompanied and their daughter, Miss Katherine Gayle Sewell were in Leexburg
home by Mrs. A. E. \Ann Wear, who has been Wednesday and Thursday. I Beauty S/oppe

Lightfoot and daughter, Nancy, attending Northwestern University Mimes Abble and Clara Mae
for a 2-weeks' visit. Evanston HI, thin summer, Harley left Friday for a 10-day Slarkc Florida
h rEr Miss Caudle Hazen, who Is a were all together at their homeon vacation in Itoaton, Mass., and,

REPAIRINGWHILE graduate of B. H. S.. and has West South Street other points East. ........ "" ... .. .. .....1
been' secretary in the office of .
IR County Judge E. K. Perryman
for the past year or more, left

Wednesday night for Blue Moun- :J.loriJa & Jeil :Jhealoe
tain :
iy cause A aration College for, Miss.foreign, to begin missionary prep =

service. The Baptist Church
us loss. Let: made it financially possible for

YOU her to take this course of study. MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT. SEPT. 12, 11:30 P. M.
eck Sgt. A. E. Wall of Ft. Bennlng.

your- WAITAll Ga.visit, was his father here ,last A. E.week-end Wall, Sr.to, Also 4 BIG DAYS Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. Sept. 13, 14, 15, 16

olici s Work Guaranteed. who was ill In the Alachua

rley E. Johns Only The Highest Quality County Wall will Hospital be brought, Gainesville.home soon Mr., n .. DON'T MISS IT! II In. -nnnL -

Agency Leather Used i but will be confined to bed for
some time.
I J. H. Fields returned Tuesday
Kaht Call Street BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE from Cocoa, where Mrs. Fields
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underwent a major operation In

Riprwntlna REPAIRAcross the Rockledge Hospital last Saturday sUNEQUMLIED URM1JCHEO. .
[TRAVELERS, Hertford From PostofflceSLENDERIZK Mrs. Fields will spend
several weeks convalescing at the _
'/ home of her sister, Mrs. Harold
Ford, In Cocoa. tHR\llS\ I

Mrs. M A. Kite ,left last Fri- tHOUS1RO
day for a 2-weeks' visit with relatives '
in Brooklyn, Conn., and eaft.r.T.IR.n to tHE SCREERl

Keep fit-and like It! Bowl New York City. Her son, Albert, THUNDER ;,
who has spent all summer In Con-
here-and add to beauty. There'sgood
1 1 1s..c
with his grandmother,'
i reason why you'll 1 find othersmart Mrs. Ida Lento,. will return home .- '

vI women Bowling here-any with her. I L J t II I I II

1\1\ N6 afternoon! Come alone: or In a I II Miss Audrey Kennard of the + 'i+ Ii

I group. Afternoon Bowling helps:I Western from.. a visit Union at returned Greenville Tuesday, Miss.. i

'greatly to .evening' social success! Wednesday she left for a visit

I with friend. in Tampa and Clear- JOHN WAYNE ? .'

AT BLANDING CENTER: Mrs Arnold McKinney, of Minden t f .T '
La., is a new employe at' / I-
Guy's Market. Her husband !is 'I \ .9M. ___ 4I&
stationed at Camp Blandlng. _
Miss Wanda Pearce returned
-.A) NAT SEZ: Friday after spending several / fr.S'

days with Miss Marjorie Sue '
If this weather keeps up, think Middleton In Jacksonville -I- s

r: .ffI I, 111 trade my dry Anoxia! store for The Rev. Thomas J. Murphy, of t+ ,.

x H /r an Ice plant. I hate a beautiful St, Edwards Catholic Church returned GODDARD atestIlEAI'
'11II line of winter emit-4, but might' Saturday from a month's ''en lest Cloibocn* DetA\\\e's\I\ r
I vacation spent visiting relativesIn B.
Just tt< well try Belling an attic tee"
New York City and Saratoga
fan to an Eskimo. Pardon me
Springs, N. Y.
for even mentlonin' 'cm. But it'll .
Beautiful ( .."anlnK'. Beautiful
turn cold! .nome day, Just wait p
Tailoring at the Btarke-lllandtng nil '
and see. Then won't you be .worry I '
TullorH. Opposite Park Theatre.
didn't coat before
the you rush! your Woodfln G. Halle, Jr., son of ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile, l Ilf now -
In the U. S. Navy, Seaman Third:
data, and la stationed in the Re- "
THE FREEMAN cruiting Office In West Palm RAYMOND MASSEY
Beach. .King alder ."

Vlcttr I n Thomas Engineers, who Replacement Is stationed _.'f r I- rJ.

Training Center, 'Fort Belvolr,,
Va., was here over the weekendto a w ,
attend the funeral of his sister .. 1ieHNICOlDIt,
Mra A. J. Wilkinson.
Miss Irene Von Osthoff ot: SprAnt PJIULEi1E ,
Sr Jacksonville was a week-end ,' JOHN N
; guest of Mrs T. J. Griffin and : t) fN

Mm. Carrie Ritch. ITNN! OVERMAN 1u' { +

y Mrs. James Godbold returned Capt.hilllp Phtlp.o 1'AN\ A tiNNl hSYfAN
to her home in Jacksonville Tuesday IM ? r.aa

after spending several days ...... overman I
here with her mother, Mrs. W.. S, RAYMOND \Hayward\ ;<
Stroman and sister. Mrs. 'S. S. PCeSt

Dowling. Massey \ampden.nd \
Among those from outoftownwho icktord Walter
attended funeral services for Charles' B

D. P. Carpenter Tuesday after- O'Driscoll Janet BeeM'lle'

noon were: Mra. C. S. Llndsy and Martha B. .d ,'-;, ,
of Cee"
Mr. and Mrs. Harold YounU Gillcttd b T
Winston-Salem ;
San Den (..Ytl.1 p ?w u+(t ar
Mrs. W.
Carptenter, Jacksonville:
T. Jackson Mrs. J. R. Cole, Mrs
J. B. Miller, Mrs. R. P. Jackson,,
Jr., Mrs. J. E. Dean, and J. W., ,
Jackson, all of Baconton Ga.: t ;
MaJ. and Mrs. T. T. Long and

son, Tom. of Ft. Bennlng, Ga.;
Dr and Mrs. D. C. Forehand and II
Ike GortatoWsky, Albany, Ga.: Lw >

A military type that has been drafted into Tom Slade, Baxley Ga.; Mrs. W., ,
B. Cochran, Jr., Thomasvllle, Ga.; SUSAN NATWARD.a e \
civilian service. Men In the service and Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. Mrs. Drwll.; Msr.a, J Ch The tjar ;
out Allen Canova and Mr. and Mrs. O/e.o" '" 01 '
admire the crisp, clean cut styling, Old it
all of Gainesville; I Ih. I
T. E. Duncan 011
the> comfort and the convenience of this I. H. Blaalngame, Dr. and Mro. B. r,. (.," r.rre.. Yoe. e a
S. Carroll Mrs. Walter Crabtree,, "rani I all I" J
Strap 'n Buckle Freeman Oxford. Mru. J. H. Ritch. Miss Marian color magnl/jren/ iliaL '
Dowling and Gene Long all o,' l rhejcr ech"l. !t
WORN WITH PRIDE BY MILLIONS Jacksonville. een I,aR i
Miss Mae Parker graduate ot gejnl [

BHS in the class of 1942, Is the \
$6.95feernberg's new secretary In the office of
Judge E. K. Perryman to take
the place of Miss Caudle Hazen
Nhcht. r
who resigned
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Admission: Adults ___ ,' ttk 5de
went Wednesday to their camp at Service MenI 30c 30e

Piney Bluff Ga.. where they

will spend awhile. II II11

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43j ABOVE ik* HULLABALOO THE I NO SUGAR NEEDED! I 1 IMr l I o Cam and A Blandlnr, If, 1..1>""aY

HOME I taMnf o1! Health. 1 MIlls SUnday Geneva, ;,

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....iOKAk otriec or wn INPOKMATIOI By DR.rVJCTOR, G. HEISER I w t I h Mlal night Fra It

b Gainesville
t .. 1MEDICA1lOM, UI ,
t I Y t I\ .. Alben,
about drafting 18 and 19- t NATIONAI MANUFXCTUKIIIS spent ''h"Addln!! (d II

f h The Terrors of Inflation year-old youths Is a hot topic. I With l\Ir ? Pan t 111II
Boys that age probably count ongoing I ,
.... into the army sometime, f u.Grt FATIGUE IS SABOTAGE ers relieves the monotony of the family

A newspaper reaching the top of wouldn't buy the small end of a around Christmas. Married men repetition required In some operations %%'.LT-1i:
d the Rocky mountains, where this toothpick in the Inflation storm. The Fatigue is one of our greatest and helps speed production 0.1li BEi'0u;

that shopkeeper "folds up" because no without children will. go before down vital I There
writer is now perched says enemies. It can of the will
guns ships, tanks pea
i'pk' r the President intends to take definite one has the money to pay him so then. v-.' factory assembly lines bumming at Water
action to stop Inflation before that he can buy his supplies. The shells and planes we need. i Oak Baptist
M" \T RATIONINGMeat with the of war ma week
t : production
out of to- filling station shuts down and the ftolae l is reduced as far as pos i iIIlble. I beginning hoak
and tIf he 1* succealsfulwee will farmer sells or mortgages his farm will appear less frequentlyon rv terial by increasing accidents In certain Jobs where tem her 14,, and everyOlle! f

win the war; if be is unsuccessful for anything he can get hi orderto our tables for Its rationing lea F breakage, and absenteeism. must be Invited to attend, \,
peratures high, I
we may lose !t buy a little feed to keep his horses certainty in the near future. 4 1re" It can rob us of our zest for to worker.j Georgia. will be Ret
Inflation is not Just a name; nor alive and to get some canned goods Our total meat supply Is the whatever it la and of are pastor tilt
zv 4 t Is it just a "headache for the government for his frightened family. largest on record, but because of our job and to eat, salt and vitamin C I "
Inflation The whole financial: 'system beginsto our ability to do it well. It can to replace what the loses
tl and the banks. the needs of the fighting forces body by TR*w":
+; Is Hell-for you and for mlt and for collapse and the people get panicky encourage the jitters when whatwe perspiration. R Ba
k everyone we know. It is Hell for as the realization comes to and the distress of our allies, we ., Cwwp a..J.d; a ley r.er4. need moat today is calmness, Soulhbollllf
t the rich man; it Is worse than that them that they may be facing hun will run three billion pounds needn't strength and determination. :Many of these remedies, for fatigue z- 1 "(local) due

i& for the poor man. The rich man's ger. The government tries to "take short of giving folks at home all THE scarcity of sugar Here In this war of nerves, fatiguecan may be applied,by the rest PM.No
money, and his investments, and over," and military rule Is estab the meat' they might want next aa a ban on baking. that defeat best efforts almost of us, no matter what our work 191 (""
recipes our
all the rest of his wealth disappears lished. But if the avalanche is beyond year. are two brand new is. 10:38: PM )
I d ; but be still has a few assetsf control, no power on earth can don't use a single spoonful and singlehanded by sabotaging our No 108
,! 1 < some sort to keep him from withstand it until it runs its course. You can count on two and one- since Rumford Is an all-phosphate will to win. Go Light on the Broom AM. (loral) die

:"t f starving, and be usually: has a business New government succeed each half pounds per person a week. baking powder there is no aftertaste What Make Us Tired A, common cause of unnecessary
he other in to This with 'one when used In sugarless fatigue is teMe&sll. :
of some kind which can a hopeless attempt bring compares pound a Overwork and lack of sleeparen't Northboaat
start up again when the catastrophe some order out of the chaos. If week In rationed England. Germans recipes: Watch the way you grip No. 2 (local) due
tr Is over. The poor man has a small the nation which Is caught in a tor are allowed only 12 ouncesa Sugarless' Muffins the only things that bringon or pencil or your AM.No.

', farm, or a filling station, or a little nado of uncontrolled inflation happens week-the Belgians a mere five % cup Ifud % teaspoon suit fatigue.So pen pound out a 192 (throuchl
i+ 'Y. shop or at least a lob and three to be at war, the war is forgotten ounces. flour U cup prepared often we've heard somebody page on the typewriter. 6:28: AM.No .
j square meal a day. Suddenly -there are no means of con H cup cornmeal' W>1 How do wield the
I wen I beaten, exclaim, "That makes me tired! you paring 108 (
J 1 t begin to rise sharply, and tinuing it If its enemies are "on through)
1 prices SEAMEN NEEDED Balecu honey The expression sounds, silly, on knife or ore the broom? Do you 6:43: I'M
the dollar buys only fifty cents the Job" they can take over the of Ring Powder H cup
Registration former sailors
clutch it as !If life
bf q I worth of goods. Next month It buys "sinking ship" and meet with little tablwpoons melted shortening the surface. But, actually there your depended No. H (through)
4 'e only twenty-five cents worth, then resistance. The terrified inhabitants on our merchant vessels begins Sift together flour, cornmeal, may be a great deal of truth in on your grip Couldn't you do 3:28: Pitt
))4 ten cents worth, then one cent's will welcome almost "any this week. Seamen and officerswho've Rumford Baking Powder and salt. the statement. with less tightening ,of the muscles Reaervatloj

worth. Then almost overnight it port In a storm." bad previous sea experience Wash, pare and cut apple into We become more ease 7 Starke
1 x takes ten dollars to buy a cigar; These awful sounding nightmares are badly needed to man eighths. Remove cote and cut cross- can actually fatigued Worry anger and continued No. 101 lilt 11II

.. '' twenty to buy ham and eggs. From are not only possible-they are almost ships today.CARPENTERS. wise in very thin slices. Combine simply by being exposed too pessimism are forms of mental No. leaves Start!
I'v then leaping and higher Inevitable If nation falls long to something (or somebody) 102 arrlvft
on- higher a ever egg milk and honey. Add to dry tension. It Is as' ew
"r 1 almost by the hour prices soar until victim to complete uncontrolled in IX CHEAT Ingredients stirring only enough to we don't like. We can tire our just Important PM.

Pg y it could-as it did in flation. They have happened be. DEMAND dampen well. Stir in melted shorten- selves out by being tense and all to avoid such fatigueproducingmental Daily exceptprivate

.A'p after the last war-take the equiv fore and they will probably happen Acute labor shortages are appearing In,. Fold In apple. Fill well-greased keyed up, ,or even just by being attitudes as it is to relax
alent of a million dollars to buy a again In this world of ours. in almost every line of muffin tins *i full and bake In a bored. physically. Put ,your mind as

meaL So no matter how the President's work. Civil Service Is asking for moderately hot oven ((400'?.) for well as your body ,at ease. JoI
The man with a Job is the first actions should affect us Individually 20 minute Yield: 12 muffins. Fatigue Is a result of one's '
to suffer because his employer can't or as a group, we must still "get men and women who have any Quick Leaf Bread mental attitude as well as of actual Today the U. S. needs us fit.Don't .

pay him or even feed him any longer our shoulders to the wheel" andpush skill or training and paying good salt physical strain. In fact, the let fatigue sabotage you.
'" bbl and he has nothing to fall back as we have ,never pushed before salaries./ % cup flour Muse IVs teaspoon cups whol. state of "overwork" is
) p, on,-no farm no shop no business : because we have reachedthe IM teaspoOns wheat flour usually VANDERBILTBy
nothing-only the memory of danger zone and if we collapsewe BUY COAL NOW Rumford B kI cup corn syrup mostly mental. One who likes

1 : wages, or salary, which once are all In it toether-rlcb man Warnings have been issued anew Ing Powder chopped nut'H" meU cup milka (optional) his work can keep at it much Miss Velmsv NormanW.

It I brought health and happiness to his poor man, beggar man thief; farmer that Southerners face a coal cup Rumford longer without fatigue that one
Sift flour.
wife and children but which laborer and together H. Rosier of Palmetto and
politician.THERESSA: shortage this winter unless they and salt Mix with dislikes it.
7. .,. i buy coal now. Baking Powder 1 Mrs. W. H. Lee and Miss Lorena
floor. Blend corn
whole wheat syrup Industry Fights Fatigue'
Rosier and Jimmie Lee
OFA has increased the legal and milk; add to dry Ingredients Because of its possible serious Bootsey
BOATDRAIN charge for loading peanuts from and mix well. Stir In nut meats It effect upon the production of war Beach wets visiting Mr.'and Mrs.
:50c to 75c ton.Government used. Bake In a well-greased loaf Levy Norman and family Sunday tea'His
) _By Mrs. Z. Z. Grirfls By Mrs. H. D. May a material, industry has kept a ,
have pan ('x. Inches) In a moderate evening.
uw Mrs. Margaret Blow of Campy Mrs. Mildred Bruke, left Fri launched plans to geologist.obtain aluminum oven (160.?.) for 1 boor and IS close watch upon fatigue among Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman own print nobi
Mlra. la her sis minutes. Cool before cutting. Yield: workers In war plants, guarding spent the week-end in Pa Jones'' akuuq
Shelby. visiting day for Virginia Beach, where from more than 500,000 tons past Jacksonville aIY.1 i l Sitter
Jose ,
t .....tlnon InmtSAMPSON. against It in uitk
tars Mrs. W. E. Greene and Mia she will spend a week with her of bauxite in Georgia. every way.New with Mr. and Mrs. D. N. with Rumford Gkuerear

Opal Morrell.Mr. husband who Is in service there. CITYBy employes'. are given pre Denmark and family.. f'uonle with' il

i and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and We are very glad to hear that NO BICYCLE BUILT FOR YOU placement examinations by plant Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville lusts how to too. lit
., S. E. Jones e bitter tllI.lfIII.!
children were Sunday guests of Mrs. J. E. Ousley of Perrlne Is WPB has curtailed bicycle pro .M. medical departments t o make spent!! the week-end here with hispatents booklet of suprlsarayrtlsupplies.

t r Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lee of Bethel. auction nom l Oooo a month to :Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Bell are sure the work to which they are I: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Help wn, tbs wkrtcheg.

Melvin Prevatt of Jacksonville here.Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay and 10.000 and limited production to visiting their son Gene and their assigned will not overtax them. Faulkner.Mr. Powder. Write SOl todirIng BS,1THELMA'S i

is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mrs. W. D. Garrett and sister two factories. Few civilians'will daughter, Mrs.: Gentry at Pensa- Frequent rest periods are provided and Mrs. Archie Weaver
get new bicycles unless when needed to avoid fa-
tr't t Griffla. Grace Dickinson, were transacting need them. they really cola. tigue. Careful attention (00-,_._ .. .., "-" _
Little Jerome Griffls, son of business In Starke 'Tuesday. Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Ellis are 1 Is paid
:Mr. and Mrs A. Griffin Is The railroad situation is im visiting In Gainesville and Palatka to proper lighting ventilation,
+ .C. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. SIbley and and
proving. heating or cooling. Hours of PLACE!
confined In the hospital in Jacksonville niece, Evelyn Youngblood, were this week.'
There'll work
be are carefully ,
no woolen
more regulated.
f i with whooping cough ,and visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs lounging robes made for men and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wynn and Food and Musicla

pneumonia. Sibley, at Putnam Hall Sunday.Mr boys and WPB is smacking Mrs. Alice Rosenol and Charley many plants food is made DANCING EACH EVENING

Mrs. Z, Z. Grlffls. and Mrs. W and Mrs., Calvin Triest down on makers of "Zoot suits" McKinney attended the workingat available to ,workers between Till 12 O'clock
E. Greene and slater of Tampa were visiting the Ti'test
Opal Mor and "Juke coats" popular with the McKinney Cemetery on meals on traveling "snack bars."
rell., were dinner guests of Mr. family last week-end.! Jitterbugs. New River Filday. The[ worker can even secure from BEER ON TAP

and Mrs. C. A. Grlffis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs! A..* Sullivan and Mrs. Truby Hodge and son, his employer advice on what foods CLEAN ''FUN ,- GOOD FC

t Mrs. Mamie Geiger of Tampa daughter Mrs. Hilda Griffin and JAPS CHANGE TUNE Delorus, of New River spent the are best to eat for breakfast ando

Is visiting Mr. and Mrs, K. L. children' were visiting Mr. and The Japanese propaganda service week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Millard bring !In his lunch box to EVERYBODY WELCOME
Gi'iff I here this Mrs Arthur announced the "annihilation"of
week. Mlllikan and children Varnes. him
the American Pacific carry through the day with. 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple An]
Mrs. Dan Boree and son Doyle Monday at Ocala. fleet after Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown and minimum fatigue.
l f the battle of the Coral Seas. Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lights T
of Jacksonville We ,
were visiting Mr. are very glad to know that Mr. and Mrs Charlie McKinneywere Music ,
4 and Mrs.\ C. A. Grlffis. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper will slaves broadcasts warn the Mikado's dinner d,guests of Mr. and played over loud speak- ._ _... -" rH .... _, -, _______

Mr. and Mis. C. A. Griffin are soon have their new home readyto to prepare for "freeh attacks Mrs.. David Kelly at Pine Level
by a "
I' visiting In Jacksonville this week. move. superior force. Thus Sunday.Mrs. .
Tokyo "admits" we have
a fleet.
Mrs. Eugene Grlffls and Albert Phil Brown from Camp JAil. en. \ Margaret Brown spent the --

Griffis were in Gainesville on Norfolk, Va, was visiting rela- GUM weekencwith relatives and
business :Monday. tives and friends here this week. BRANCH lends In Lake Butler
By Mrs. T. N. Norman
eM Mr. and Mrs. McCully and
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andersonof daughter visited relatives in Lake 7

Regular Plate Jacksonville were visiting :Mrs. Butler Saturday, '

DINNERS Overstreet Sunday. Mrs. Josie Hall and Mrs. Fred )
{ LUNCHES Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman Ellis returned home Monday

and children and Mrs Homer after an extended visit In Palatka. ,

GOOD OLD FASHIONED Stearns were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith was attend- Ill

Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Graham ing to business In Jacksonvilleone

HOME COOKING Saturday.Mr. day this week.

and Mrs. Walter Hancockof r al .
a. Ruby Parrlsh +
000-------0 Dade spent the w '
were business) vial-
with her
parents, Mr.
tors In this
NOE EL'S CAFE Mr. and Mrs.section J. Saturday.S. Sapp and and Mrs.\ Perry Sweat at Starke.

222 daughters, Selma, 'and i little 1
Temple Ave.
Starke, Fla. grandson were visiting Mr. and PINE LEVEL

Mrs. J. City st r s y+
Sunday.Mr. is."
and ]Mrs. L. G. Norman and
children were visiting DaVId Kelly celebrated ii 1
From where I sit Mrs.\ L. L. Norman In the Vanderbilt and- sixty-fourth birthday anniversary

section Sunday. Sunday at 'his home here. Besides

Mr.\ and Mrs. Vanice Keen and Mrs Kelly and daughter, LIKE 1

little son of Lawtey. were visiting Mamie those who enjoyed the
Mrs. Overstreet day with the honor guest were:
Joe Marsh in this section
by Sunday. his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. That's why it's so importai

Mr and Mrs. E. C. and Mrs Berry Kelly and daugh- of poi
Sapp and care ,
take good
ter to
little son, Rudolph, and Mrs T. Corrine of Plant City; his
Ira real N. Norman and daughter Mrs Eunice Box and equipment and haJJI
couple of beers" sounds moder daughter. Dora
a think and &fnlllble-liklId U fa.r thy, and little son, Gerald at- Mr.little daughter Joan, of Bartow; repair made pfom.p ob is l
tended church : and Mrs. John Crews" of Lake
I at New River Sun repair I
Personally I don't fore bigger
ever remem Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves a

an'-drled has ...In' a couple of glasses of day.A.. J. Harnage of Sampson City; Mrs.\ Jim necessary. t
spent the weekend YOUR'
beer enjoyed friend. KITCHEN
among Graves ettp
In Jacksonville with of Graham; Mr. and Mrs !
! his
normal sensible
person not
of Why
daughters. Mrs. Leila Sampson City;
Parrlsh. and
If you won't get in trouble with. Mrs. Eddie Balsiger. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and play safe /

- Some beer you aren't going to get in Mr. and Mrs B. children Mr\ and Mrsa, r-.
M. McRae and --- and see a
-like with It. Crosby and
children of the Pine Level children, Johnnie and
who Matter of fact, it's been my ob were visiting Mr. section Jessie Adklns of Jacksonville: WartimeS '
and M
fore the it."a right along that a friend T. N. Norman Sunday afternoon.s. Frank Davis, Mrs T. B. Hodge \ oi S e e
our enemies aren't 'e\c\
Here! 1 glass of beer in pleasant so Kenneth Over treet of Jackson and Mrs. Maryanne\ Davis of Plan

clock t uW/eada/ to just the' opposite ville Is visiting his father for a Jacksonville A bountiful dinner J two legged, rats We tric repair

money few days. was spread at the noon hour and have other foes too.During .

settin' It goes along, seems to me, with Miss Madge Johnson who spent a beautiful birthday cake centered dealer He 1 00

companionship and modera last week with her sister, Mrs. the table. This occasion was these critical times, has resolved to gee

Aad and tolerance for the other A. D. Norman, returned to her at enjoyed by all. The guests left the wear on your electrical through the "duration"appliances .

'{I a, .beers. home at Graham 'Saturday. many a late more hour happy wishing birthdays.Eld. Mr. Kelly. can be almost courteous, efficient 1JJ9'as > ,

air from dangerous as a Jap in ous service.
where I aft,It looks Methodist Church .. and Mrs
a', the fellow that E. Hall( of your' kitchen.. For i tlU
truth in goes and gets Green Cove Springs and Mrs. worn out IEEP 'EM 0 P E l 81
la trouble and then blame. Services at the church next May appliances
Hall of
:i;, .Every once In a while I read la ,It all on a "couple of beers" Isn't Sunday will be as follows: end here Bostwlck spent the week. to are mighty hard \
the about T*.,UH foallif Church : with friends. Mr. Hall replace and morale
papers some ornery cuss, / anybody School 10 A. M.\ also filled his .ti ''"
who never did know the mean in'of But he 1st beln' mighty mean and Morning Worship 11 O'clock. ment at Pine Level regular appoint. must be kept high on the .LO.'" ... /

); r' moderation, gettin' himself Into unfair to the people that enjoy the Sermon Subject: "Our Greatest' hope to have the Church. We home front -suss'
t. trouble- addition to
right to a sensible moderate drink Enemy. church the

--and Then prottltln'( that allhe like beer-yes. Includin "a couple Youth Fellowship meeting 7 with two completed In two weeks
r '
had to drink was "a couple of of beers." P. M. added, that Sunday school rooms HOTKC I oIliJ'! ..
beel'l" Evening Worship are so much needed. A New WPB order rauicNTO lhaJ!"
/ O'clock. :Mr.
, -it.aI1 Sermon Subject and Mrs. E. J. JicRae of ions to new customers except extensions oi leis
; He knew. It f.n't tru. lIe'a Just 8oe. : "Overcoming Waldo were less
o, ,' that because be knows that Evil With Goodness." here Sunday. visiting relatives JMt to buildings that were wired,and readY to ** end'DEBt J
to July I. 1942 extensions to new consttu
Prayer Services ; or aplall"
at the
14, Church Mr. and : c.
Mrs. Woodrow woJ
every Wednesday at 8 P. M. are Thomas ,duly of the main part of the structur I
receiving -
f Visitors congratulations on 1. 1842..
No. 45 stf a Strict Copyright, J'K?. Bnwing Jnd+wry F"/io- at all service the arrival of a 'little daughter
-0. C. Powell Pastor, last Saturday. I



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the defense program has causedan F SA NOTES each child 32.633 families obtain to tips from the Bureau of Agri-
SECTIONI--I increase in the prices paid for Russell KayTOO complete medical care, limited cultural Chemistry and Engineering

trees but more than ever before __ hospitalization and o r d I nary U. S. D e p a rtment of
the farmer should handle his forests u dru&s.Home. Agriculture. After the old paint
Pointing to records showing -
FOR THE RURAL with care. Higher prices for LATE that hundreds army of thousands Management supervisors, has softened scrape it off with a

g I COMMON SENSE. timber are fine-they mean more TO CLASSIFY of men are unfit for military acting to off-set the wartime putty knife or comb It out with a
EHOLD ,. e money for the farmer but a far- service because of physical and shortage of doctors and nurses in steel comb or brush. Repeat the ,
USE AX WITH CAREA mer who cuts indiscriminately to You may never have thought of rural areas, are organising home treatment If the first soaking <
HASTE educational handicap, Edgar H.Clueppelberg .
FOOD e1I.\ la short-sighted to say the It, but when you take your pen In nuis'ng! courses among: farm falls to remove all the paint.
Farm Ad-
invariably Increase tree or an acre of trees maybe and to writ a letter to that soldier Security housewives and stressing hygiene Shellac brushes should be cleaned
wastes least.Enough ministration supervisor In Bradford -
leather. Since wartime I.sfor I cut down or badly damaged Umber for defense requirements boy In Iceland or Egypt or Clay and Union Counties health and prevention of Illness. with alcohol and whitewash and
wasting food that talen. in a very short time but it requires Is available if proper New Caledonia or anywhere else, Both farm and home supervisors calcimine brushes with water. i
aid the war has brought new
we should do all weavoid I several years for even the cutting is carried on, so there'sno you are handling an Instrument proof of the need of cooperate with all public health After cleaning I out the worst
waste. Today. let fastest growing species to attain need of felling all trees as they ''al dangerous and deadly as a for Improvement in standards programs of programs, keeping borrowers and of the accumulation wash the

in whichvoirwastlng maturity. I come simply because they can be 'Japanese bayonet or Nail bomb. rural living and outlook. their families' Informed about brush In warm water with a mild
perishable This Is a fact that all Florida' sold. Indiscriminate cutting results One seemingly Innocent statement I clinics conducted by state health laundry soap--never with strong
farmers should always keep In In deforestation of an acre made In your letter may I "In this county" as elsewhere departments, 1 m m unlcatlon services soaps Thorough C I' ubblng Is
list of foods to mind In management of their forest or of a whole area removing all : cause that boy to lose his life In the South said Mr. Klueppel- and other publTc" 'Bealth Important. Shake out the excess
n your and turn the tide of battle berg "the war has given FSA an work.In .
land particularly In these trees without making provisions might water and let the brush dry In
nost closely meat eggs times of increasing demand for for seed trees and young trees for -No, I'm not thinking about the opportunity to prove the point of the effort to Improve educational the air. Straighten out the
To keep them over a I treeu. future forests. And once all trees Don't Talk" campaign.. This ts efforts to overcome the effects standards supervisors first bristles with a scrub brush or

need a refrigerator or I The heavier emand for tim are cut well. It takes a compara- has, nothing to do with military of low Income poor diets seek out the reasons for lack of comb before drying It complete
and of
very cold storage space ber the result of the needs of tively long time for new trees to information, the censor will catch neglect schooling education. In promoting school Then wrap the brush--not too '
iaven't such storage amore replace them. that "In seven ;years of service to attendance they have found Indifference tightly--in heavy paper or cardboard -
|pep on hand any need pop the main supply back "Cut your timber wisely--cut What I'm talking about Is that low-Income farm families the because of family habit to permit thorough drying iy
u can use during the day. into the cold quickly. Put away the mature trees the defectiveand bit> of personal mention you Farm Security Administration poor health lack of clothing, lack and keep the bristles straight. If !
. raw meat, poultry and milk or cream you've had on the knotty trees, and the trees thoughtlessly include such a a : has emphasized better diet In ; of food for lunches, lack of school the brush Is dipped In paint i
[the coldest part of your table the first thing after the that should be removed for thinning "Your girl was at the church social every farm and home plan. Farm I supplies lack of funds to pay again before being fully dried the '

later or your coldest store. meal but Qon't pour it back into but leave the young trees last night. Bill brought her. and Home Management Supervisors school fees and similar reasons. trapped moisture will make It oft

A temperature of 45 the main supply. Use suds and even though they may be marketable He's working at the shipyards have taught low-Income Another large consideration In and lifeless. I

Fahrenheit or lower' la sun on all milk containers. to provide forests for the now you know and they say he umllles to raise their food on the maintains school attendance Is When a brush Is being used
storage Eggs can lose a lot of freshness future" Louis arm-plenty of meat vegetables, the
It your coldest T. NIeland Exten- makes over $10O a week. He's Improved tenure arrangements every day fill It with paint and
meats after a few hours In a warm sion farm fruits, milk dairy products poultry effected under
Rn.t this cold buy forester advises far- got a new car and dresses like a the Farm wrap it overnight in several
day you use It. and room. Keep them In your coldest mers. He points out that Indiscriminate millionaire'." and more recently wheat for Security tenure Improvement pro- thicknesses, of paper or suspendit

fag cool as possible up to storage space; take out only as cutting may provide I C e flour. This" emphasis will be In- gram. In many families the In a can of water. It used intermittently -
L you cook It. Be careful many as you want to use at one more timber for one sale but It I Or do creased. j I I school! lunch has played an Important It may be suspended
End meat. doesn't leave anything for future you might just as much Under Impact of the program pArt In school attendance
raw time.Meat damage with like this In raw \linseed oil or kerosene; If
like meat belongs In your milk-and-eggr mixtures. income from woodlands. He also something : said Mr. Klueppelberg. value of Farm Security supervisors urge stored In turpentine the brunt Is
'Things are terrible at I
[ storage spot. Never let and certain foods made with cook- urges forest owners to plant new home. They getting have had to closea home use production among mothers to can 30 quarts for each likely to become hard. Never lei

out at room temperature. ed egg not only spoil quickly but trees where they are needed to lot of defense factories for lack theRe families In Georgia, Florida, child for participation In the the brush rent on the ends of the
Sou get milk out for cooke if spoiled can become a sourceof take the place of those that have of material. Strikes are Increaa- South Carolina and Alabama has school lunch program. bristles more than a few hours,

only as much as you dangerous food poisoning.UTYOUR been cut. His idea of managinga ing. Three ships were Increased from $129 to $314 each or It will become warped and the

forest so it will provide continuous oft our coast yesterday.torpedoed Your or 142 percent since they first Paint Brushes flow of paint will be uneven.
Income has been acceptedby came on the Farm Security pro- Bore a hole near the end of the
dog 'Rover' hit an,1killed
was by a car Should Be Treated
hundreds of farmers and la gram. The average Farm Security -
handle and suspend the brush In
WARTIME' TRAVEL OH I A last week. Dad had a
I becoming more and more popular.A heart attack and the doctor told :' family Increased. canning of With Great Care the paint on a rod or wire renting
forest can also be destroyed Aunt :Minnie confidentially he fruits,, vegetables/ and meats for I Heron! the top edges of t the can
or badly damaged by fire In a might die any time. A man on home use from 72 quarts In Alabama If you plan to paint and find, sit. the bristles do not touch the

few hours. Anyone who has seen the radio said we might lOBe the before coming on the pro. the old brush you put away In a bottom. When' through painting
a fire racing through dry wood- war It's certainly terrible. I gram to 279; In Florida, 66 to can of water has dried. out stiff clean the brush dry thoroughly
lands is aware of thla. A forest time I think' of cry 185; Georgia 75 to 236; South us a board don't throw It away and I store with bristles straight
every you over
Is no place for a fire (unless It with Carolina 49 to 211. not unless the bristles are broken.,
there those snakes and headhunters
be a carefully guarded campfire and don't nee why you In Farm Security's medical care You might have difficulty them THE CHILDRENS FRIENDWhen

and Is completely extinguishedafter had to'go when Johnnie Smith is program, created to enable low- days in buying a new one, says children have temporary upsets
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY it is used), Income farm families to obtain Frailer Rogers, professor of
here and struts
TUESDAY around as of the stomach and bowels from
MONDAY "Use: your ax with discretionand adequate medical care at an econ agricultural engineering at the
big as life going to parties and unwise food combinations overeat.
4 keep the fire out." This is omical yearly rate 163.803 Indivi- University of Florida.
having a good time.
Mr. Nleland's advice to forest duals are being served. 11180 The brush may be reclaimed by ing, or over-acidity of the stomach
owners who want to get maximum "What harm could that do?" of the counties of the four slates soaking it overnight I In paint give them good tasting

r con t Inuous benefit from you ask. Well I'll tell you. The for as little as 112 for a farmer thinner, or If not too hard. In McQEE'S: BABY ELIXIR
1f.r their trees. boy it's written to bus probably and his wife and one dollar for gasoline or turpentine, according AI.I. IWt'O: STOREY!
waited months fo'a\ letter from
You'll be helping everybody if you avoid home. He Is In u strange new .rr----
week-end trips whenever possible.That's AUTO PARTSUSED world. He doesn't know what tomorrow I'
the time when travel facilities are most holds for him. He has
crowded-the only time when many war TIRES (WR HAVE given up everything home
workers and men on furloughs: can go. YOUR SIZE). GENERATORS friends, a good job and ban
AUTO GLASS CASH FOR seen through months of the
toughest training In the
1heWat TEMPLE AVENUE PHONE 147 CONDITION. world. His government haS-done A Report to the People

Lacy Conway, Agent exerything It can to make him .
Used Autos 2s
$ :
INpiosl >> up physically fit and mentally alert

Ills equipment IH the bent. He's \

01fiORiD MOTO R I.E!! : HASKINSAUTO PARTS ready Then for the ACTION.long awaited' letter i i

North of Town Road IS I from "home" arrives. He reads -
on .
... .... ,
I, It over and over and over again.
Before It came he wan lonesome

and blue. It might have given n., oil ',! : ,, *.,
him courage and hope, but Instead ones .o. ( "'-.'/.' -, ;'-f'':
it only served to worry and ) tr '" ,
lt/iIH91 ,
depress him.
r r

Then the order comes: "Man
five fold It substantial taxes gives employment -
renders service
AargtiS your battle stations!" Hastily he TION a pays
stuffs your letter In bin blouw to thousands ol people, helps support the railroads and

In front of him are gleaming bayonets other business ol the State ol Florida supplies a basic necessity ol

machine guns, ; below him life and furnishes an outlet lor productive investment of the savings
submarines; overhead dive bomb- ol the thrifty. The value and extent of such services can be appreciatedonly

.You can ere.-He In going Into action when the volume is known. Below is shown the extent ol our

He's trained to the minute; he has contribution during the year ended June 30. 1942 to the people the

his weapons, his gas mask everything State and the Nation
he need! but his HEART.
it time"winning Your letter took that away from United States Sugar Corporation, in addition to making available to

spot every him just when he needed It most our fellow Americans 86.743 tons of sugar a woefully short national

You've probably forgotten what commodity provided 4,731.878 gallons ol molasses, national shortages

you wrote him by the time that ol which necessitated the institution of priorities and restrictions. We

i a letter", keeping out in front of the i cold formal communique arrives also made available the only supply source for the essential oil of

from the War Department which lemon and provided feed for live stock which provision relievedto
others takes an extra something. Coca-Cola has it, reads:. Killed In action." Officially grass extent the heavily burdened transportation facilities of the
it was a Jap bullet or a Nazi some

i taste. .. in quality in refreshment. bomb that did the job. You'll Nation.In .

never know of course just what doing these things in addition to providing extensive facilities it

finished art that comes from 57 years of practice \ did happen. But If he hadn't was necessary to incur heavy obligations which are summarized. as
I > been thinking about his dad or

| into the making of Coca-Cola. A special blend / .j his girl or his dog, be might have follows:

been a little quicker on the trigger Excise taxes, deducted in settlements for sugar
avor-essences merges all the ingredients of a little more sure with his
the National Treasuryin
and directly
bayonet thrust. Maybe If your .,
COla into a unique, original\ taste of its I -.','- a letter had said: "Mary loves you. the sum ol ............................................................$ 870.484 J ,
\ everything Is fine here Dad andI _
Provision lor income and excess profits taxes on
are proud of you.-It would Nv r r. '.
have been a Jap or Nazi home the year's business amounted to ..................."..... 900,000 .';
>body recognizes this clean exciting .w that received the terse announce- '
2X ment "Killed In action." Other taxes paid to Federal State, County and .,

ity taste in Coca-Cola. There are e local governments aggregated _.."..................... 528.057

j Y ways to quench ,your thirst, butCoca.Cola ten This at is the a urgency request column of the ,editorof writ- So that our total tax bill was .................................S2.298.S41

1 refreshes like Coca-Cola. a country weekly Walter P. Wages I and salaries paid aggregated ........................ 2.835.616
McGuire of the Southside Virginia -
tentment comes when you connect News who through his little Freight created lor the railtoads and in turn

paper has Inaugurated a cam- expended by them for taxes wages and
a Coke.
paign to urge people to write our I materials amounted to ..... .......................,............. 1030.295
boy and write them often, but

when they do, to "WHITE Expenditures lor merchandise materials supplies ..,.,:.

RIGHT". etc., I most of which were purchased within
f I natural for popular name. to acquire friendly He has appealed to newspaper
substantial amounts paid
( the State], including
breviations. That' why hear Coca-Cola friends to help and I am only
you neighboring farmers aggregated ......._,....."... 2.570.553
ed! to
Coke. Coca-Cola and Cok. mean the too glad to comply for it Is one

thin! ..the real thing-. ."a single of I've the encountered most constructive I n connectionwith moves The sum ol the foregoing is ..............._.......-...-. $.795.005
coming from and
a tingle lource
U 1 known our war effort. If peoplecan benefits to the people the State and the>
to the community". 4' just be made to realize the To provide foregoing
4 tremendous Influence of their let Nation it was necessary to provide suitable facilities which required

,f ters on the morale of our boys. substantial investments in the Everglades on the part of our stock- '

}'r and if they can be made to holders many of whom are also employees, and as compensation lor '
aF THINK as they write to the end the risk involved in making available Ihe assets facilities and credit

that they will WRITE RIGHT, It to provide such benefits to the people. the State and the Nation and

will do more to win than couldbe for return on their investment the stockholders were paid $629,850. !'
accomplished by a dozen battleships I'i

or a thousand planes. i
Remember the pen you hold
4 Is pointed at his HEART. Use It

carefully and U you can't WRITE clRY UNITED STATES SUGAR ''
RIGHT don't write at all.
Coca-Cola. So .o'ru'l1 TO (HKIIITOH ,
Whh war, there'a Notice 'U hr.tI y alvon to all ,Tales
Coca-Cola Grit choice sells. out brat- creditor and ohilmantM of the
IIOmedme may not be In the red cooler. I3.tt. of Churl. M. Phillip.. d.'ea.ad .- WAIs" C L E W I'S TOM. f L 0 R I D A .
fll,,.. rlmlm. duly
when to your
best is always the better buy! Worth walling lot'" ..mtlmn worn to. with B K P.rrjrman. r
"The 'Cokey I* i-ounty Judas l of Bradford lo"ntY'1 span! .
Florida within eltrh'l month from.7T3mff.Vi.Ji ,
dat.. tar barred by I
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF .v.t 77th., 1x41.HinsU '
CO. PliII11D.. Ea.cutrl..


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.I W ; _ _ _ _ IN
: 1. of Unknown CIRCUIT COVHT
In the name
this Sep.OFF1CIAL8BAL. and 111 were BI"OIl'O.O
CHCRCn DIKEtTTOKY OF a tas deed. to be. l"ued thereon Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I coal at Starkei. Florida, ) the assessment. of. .*idproperty COUNTY. KLOHIUAI (1..1. 194 2, at
3.d. 1942.
Telegraph Khali publish thl.O.d..r tember
the fol No.
Hald: certificate embrace. under said certificate IRY.

c SERVICES lowing described' property oJnFI the Wltne In next my tour hand weekly and official l I..u.. Aa< Clerk of said Court..) A. .Thomas-.. 4t 1-1 118 was In the name.'of Oeo. VVeekaj. : Loralne Moody;. Plaintiff, v*. 0."., Admlnletratri. McCor ot j t5
Bradford. State -
County of said Defendant..
F1RP PPTIT this (September the aHse-.sment Mood Case No. 2U.
1 k .... A. ID. Lkt._.t.n Paster Ida. to.wlt: aeal at Starke. Florida under said certificate No. 117 was ORDER O1T
IIWI, of NW1,4 "8.C., 30 Twp. 7 S. 3rd., 1942.OFFICIAb APPLICATION FOR Paul Bngle. the. PUBLICATION
n 4. N.' Was! .t glneet : 3. Thomas i NOTICB OF In the. name of ; AND NOTICE TO
It. 23 K.. containing 40 Acre, more ( SEAL) TAX UtCKU of said property under
) Church School 9:45: A. M. asaeiiiiment
Mornlae Worship 11:00: A. M. o. I..e. A* Clerk of acid Court. 9-4 4t '-25iv (. Bill Ne. 183) aid certificates No. 118 and 119 STATE OF* FLORIDA to: Orvel.

i W. 1'. U. 7:00: P. H. The imBemiment. of the oald property nnrriT stilT BR..orORJ) NOTICM" IS HERhBY OIVKN. were. In the name of Unknown! and Moody. .31 Waverty St., Houston,
Evening Worship 8:00: P. M. under the maid certificate That J. H. Eunice holder of TaxCartificates the assessment. of said property Texas.
\ '
( 01'' I.N; -
iHHued wa In the name of Un Y. respectively 120
Numbered No. was
Wednesday Worship 1:00: P. M. S under said certtcat. You are required to appear on

i'rt ,' it now n.UniSse. Maid< certificate shall be. Henry Opperman, 8rd Plaintiff, vw. No. 114. 115. 118, 17. 111. Jl anl In the Munds.Unless October 5th.. 1942, In the above
120 Issued the. ., day September
shall be named Court and .
Marion N. Defendant.OF said Certificate cause wherein
redeemed. according to law, theproperty Opperman, filed. same .
A. Jj. 1940. has .
FIRST MErTIODJT: I described therein will beHold : No. IUB.OItUEH redeemed according to law the plaintiff Meek divorce custody and
j t i&4 ._. O. C. P._.". ?..*.. to the hlwheet bidder at the OF PUBLICATION In my office; and nan made appiication properties therein. wil be control of Child. Bradford County

12:* N. Cawrch. Ntrert court houne
4r4 & Church Hohool 1O:00 A. M. In the. month of October, 1943 STATE: OF FLORIDA tot Marion thereon the first Monday next four weekly issues. .
Worship 11:00: A. M. which !I. the 6th day of October. N. Opperman, whose residence la Said certificates respectively embrace In the. Month of October, 1942, Witness} my han. and official
:.:..cl'p:: ?::00 P. M.: 1141. No. 417 Pennsylvania Avenue: Free the following .. IIa.roo. which Is the 6th.. day of October'Dated seal at Starke.. Florida this August

T Evenln Worship sflO: P. M. Dated. thin 3rd day of Beptem port. I.. I. New York. .. erties In the County A. V. 1942. 26th.. Ut.rt1
i Wednesday. Worship 1:00: P. M. her, 11143.IOIl'FICIAI. You are required to appear.. t>n State. of Florida to-wlt: this 3rd., day of BeptemOFF1CIAL IAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas

.. SKAL.) A. .1. Thomas October 6th.. 1942 In the above Lot 29, SI In Woodlawn 1 ber A. D. 1942. of said Court. '-2S 4t 9-18
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford named Court and cauae wherein. Twp. I H, H 22 K. containing ( SM'AD A. J. Thomas K. K. Ferryman. Stark., Florida
liT. MAHK" EPISCOPAL County, Florida. .-.. 4t ..35I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford acres, mor or less Is embraced Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Atty. for Pit.
He.. 1".." Y....... It..... _. County Telegraph hall publish under said certificate No. 11. County. Florida. 9-4 4U 921I
'....... .. ,I- 41 In Woodluwn Heo. Twp.S I -
ae* N. ( tr. Clltri'lT 4-01 B.. BRAHPORI thl Order in next four weekly Lt t ,
e Church School 10:00: A. M. COItNTV. FLOHIUAl lCHAN' R 22 B, containing acres ( BB 4DFOROOtiSl'Y .1 Til COUNTY JUDOH'ft (OVIT.
4'lnrt'IT COl'HT
Lf 'I rlundsy Worship 11:00: A. M. (;ERY. sues.Witnese. my hand and official more or lesiH IM embraced. under. J IN; CHAM- ANI> FOR ..IR"DrORI

l, Sunday!! Hvenlnsr& 7:30: P. M. Marry White Ml mi. Plaintiff vHeHHle .. Seal at Htarke Florida this August said certificate No. 115. ( PLORIOAI COUMTY. FLOItlDA. PIO. "NEW

Friday Kvenlnr. 7:80: P. M. McCulloufh Mime. Defen 25th 1942.OFFICIAL. Lot 42 In Woodlawn "..e. 1 Twp. CERr. v.. H..TE LW?
Holy Day 10:00: A. M. dant. Case No. 3184. ( ,' SEAL) A.I. Thomas 5 B. R 23 H. "ont.lnln": acres, N. June 1 Brolawle. Brolawies. Plalatf. ESTATE OF 1'. M. McCORD,
*1 GIlDER OF' PITT1L1CAT1ON: ANDNOTIC'm A* Clerk: of Bald Court. 8-28 4t D-18 more. or lena I. under Edward DECEASED for
Case No. 2187.
aid No. 118. Spring

itr'L I. iv ', He.. Cbaa. II. All... Past* MlmN It. e V S eville ] FLORIDA IN CMANtKIIY 5 rl. 22 E. eontalnln.; acre, NOTJCJ FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Edward APPLICATION FOR FINAL Oxford
$4S North Cherry ... Uorrheiter County South Carolina. more or lea. under CHARGE
Church Rehool 10:00: A. M. You are required. to appear on Thelma Martin. Plaintiff v*.' Wont said certificate No. IIT. L. Brolawies, whose residenceIs T I Gel Out
Hunday Worship) 11:00: A. M. October 6th. 1942 In the. above. L. Martin Perendant. Case. No. L.ot 22 In Woodlawn Hoc. 1 Twp. ) Receiving Ship, Ooat Inland, have < mhy.r.rafl'R'p as

*4iL Henlor Crusade '::00 P. M. named. Court and cause wherein. :2143.. 5 8. R. 22 10, containing acres, San Franellco. California. on f.I. T. K'ipperg. We7.MM
Intermediate Youth .:00 P. M. plaintiff *e"kM divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION more or lean l I" embraced. under to appear M. ; .
In the abovenamed Do
shall thin ANI) NOT1CH TO AfPKAH aid certificate. No. 118. October 6th. 1942. For
Kvenlng Worship 7:00: P. M. County Telegraph publish Court and whereinplaintiff filed my Petition. for Final Discharge Another f
Order In next four weekly IHHUBHWltna STATE OF FLORIDA to: WooUJj Lots 58. 58 DO 1 In Woodlawn Bee. cause and that on the Slid day

my hand and official Martin. whose. reHldence la Alma.Georgia. 11 Twp. 5 H, It. 2Z B, containing I e.k. divorce Bradford. and Maidenname CountyTelegraph of Sent.. A. D. 1942, I will apply to

Jtrt: .T. ftnwARn'i* CATHOLIC eal at Stark. Florida, thin Auguet29th. 10 acres, more or m embrace restored.shall this OrderIn the Honorable 19. K. ferryman. The
.. 1943.OFFICIAL. you are required to appear on under said certificate No. 119. publish
ps,,. ThoM.. J. Msirvhr. Paste County Judge of Bradford County !
-fl .... ( REAL) A. J. Thomas October. 6th.. 142 In the above Lots, 48. 67 In Woodlawn Sec. next four weekly l issues.Witness Florida for approval of said FinalReport ElecrcShop
,c4I r '4l MasT'.OO A. "iTUlvlaa An Clerk of nald Court.4 4t 9-2B named Court and cause. whereinplaintiff 11 Twp. 5 8. H 22 B, containing 20 my hand and orlelal.eal and for Final Discharge
JIt1 I Early : neck. divorce. Bradford acr.... more or ices Is emhracedunder at Stark. Florida tlil a.Admlnl."at.lx *
4L2 41tkL HrrvlcenRiinday 120. tember 2nd.. 1942. of the Estate of
County Telegraph shall publish thin I said certificate No. Opposite IVUJV.J
'$ Mass 9OO: A. U. iv rmri'iT' BRAIIKORRCOI'MTV. .1. Thomas T. M. McCord. Deceased.
roi'HT. Order In next four weeKly Inauea. The assessment of the. said property (OFFICIAL 8BAL) A.
Wsk Day Mass l.:GQ A. M. KLOHIKAI IM;j 4IlAERY. Witness my hand and official under said certificate. No. 114 A* Clerk of said Court. 9-4 4 9-2 DATED this) 17th day of A us;..
( : .
Rddle W. East Plaintiff v... Dorothy ---

t4 LW Mr. .... Mr. J. T. 4i.lal.,. ,,*...... 2132.OltDBH. ,

j j, rvj 1 Hunday Hervlce 7.30: P. M. OF PUBLICATION AND .

i4't! Friday Service 7:30 P. M. NOTICE TO APPKAK

STATK OF; FLOR1I to:. Dorothy WTTEREAS.' : The te t>liture of 1M1emder for Investment of sinking fund hereafter owned need for "JcbCup Filed II omc Secretary o State. the territory t <
T{. Beet whose address. la Un t. o o Phnr" "

; known. lbs Constitution of 188$. of toe saId B.rd ma, use the sinking fund by the Stte o Porlda snail June 12 1.1. said election ,I
tq NOTICN State of Florida- did pa** 0 Joint lo said bonds of any ewn In a be to 8.inclusive and M to a.,"
You to er.a. .t
Notice. In Hereby. given to all October are 6th.required In appear abovenamed on Revolution Dropoelng amendment. to road and bridge. district or known .the Game and Presb Water A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .. such D ri Jolncu

whom It may ronrtrn that MabelKulllvan Court, and 1942, .the wherein. the Constitution of lbs State 01 Florida other. unit nereunder. to purchase. thematured FIsh Ommlon Sucb Commission an amendment. to Article ,. Section 3. numbered M M o I.'I

aa guardian of Hugh Sullivan eeek divorce.cause, Bradford and the urns were agreed to tr? or maturing bonds participating shall en.. 0 fIts member One. of the Constitution of tbe Stt ol east o the wratera ShortlasjJ

and Jack Hulllvan. minors. Plaintiff: Telegraph shall ptibllnh thin, a vote of three-fu'tha of all the member herein of an* other county or irom .aco coollooa district as Florida. Relative to Census. Apportionment. Ba-

I will. on the 24th day oC /Hept.: 1942. Order In next four weekly litnue. elected to eacb bouaei that the other. special road and bridge districtor existing on who shall by AmeDdlnl Section 3. Another of lbs um' 0oaa

apply to K. K. Pnrryman, County Witness. my hand. and official vote on sLId Joint Rnolutlon were other special taxing district thereof be appointed by U. Governor subjectto of said Article 1 Designate Dt.lc. .bal comprut I
Judge, of Bradford County Florida Heal at Htarke, Florida thin Au- entered. : upon their respective. .lotirnit. Pro"lde that as to said matured confirmation the Senate The Broward County .a Senatorial Dis the 1.
for authority to nell at private R-imt 28th 1943. nth the Tene. and nave thereon. and bnel" .. thereof M an Invest member so appointed' .bal annuallyselect tlC and designate Calhoun Count'ad 1941. 10 L"

vale. the entire. Interest of said (OFFICIAL sEAL) A. J. ThomniA the"* did determine and direct that hall be the once paid tber..fo. one. of their. ..Chairman Gull County .a Senatorial Dis- trtct embrael A???,?, ? ,_,
minors In the. following" described. Clerk of aid Court. 9-4 4t 9-25 the Nail Joint Resolutions be TUO- which shall not exceed. the. par of tb* Commission. tltt of the Mlut ol the Otrum M

., J real estate. to-wit: mltted to the elector. the State at plu.cce' Interest and that Mid 2. Tbe first members ot th* Com RB> IT RESOLVED BY T LIS .,d Countfai.1
1of MBi/i and KV4 of SW'4' of the. Ofo.r" Election o Ih.1 bear Interest at therate mission shall be appointed on January LATUBB OP THB STAn e* seq, except tht |
N1'WbJ' Bur. 28.application It. 22 E. iw' cinri'iT cnriiT. Bit"flOItl) 1943. t "o".mb o three neT cent per aooum 1. 11 and shall serve respectivelyfor That the amendment. to In the sforesaid tT1 m
: NOW THERrPOKB L A ORATBerretarv baed upon petition I now on R Bad At expiration of each Rlectlon Pr
"I"94Ir. use of tb. Florida relative Mnrt 1
said court. Thin Amrunt 2nth. Dan U. of of "tate ofriorlda. rod cnt" l. 0 Stl o numb >
Shelly, Plaintiff, Mary Stat such successor sball be .. lbs I '
.. .... tve notice that a count. flrt. t ov cr..nt tm .P Census ) apl"loom.11 o I
Uuurdlan. t \r
Rulllvan 1!]. Hhelly: Ilefendant. Case No 213OltDFIt d and of laid Plo td t."r. to a term o fl. Broward Bay. t I
8-28 4t 9-18 OV HL'HLICATION' d..t..tlal
bond .
and or other fuel tax .a. (39) Senatorial District. Th. ,
TO AHPBAK .ln. Commlman
TATE: OF FI.OHIDA to: Mary he held In each countv In florid anticipation c.rltcat.of such county 3. The memb.of the Commission and Calhoun County and Gulf County hall be Ount el..ct'. In Did. Coantf l
NOTH'R OK APPI.ira.TIOVKOR w district shall for their the fortieth ((40)) Senatorial .
no compensation general ul
brldl. O.trlct (
F.. the first rel" In
Hhelly whose nldence In Un. next "
Of Tay IcCelnl other .. a le I
TA I>KKI4Mejate known. 1B43 lbS or .pcl" such but each Commissioner and the same I la hereby flee for the term .|
> Hill ? .. t :.1NOTICW > You are required. to aid Tuesday"Memb.being *A D dltrl' thereof: ven' to estab ( receive hi. necessary traveling and shall be submitted to the. electors. which they ) o tea.
; IS HEHKBY OIVKN October appear on t' sinking fnr to meet or other Incurred while of the State of Florida for ratificationor and their .hal h"

4. That I. M. Uallard holder of TaxCertificate named Court 6th, and 1942 In the whereltplaintiff above THIRD DAT OV NOVEMBER future rulr..m..o". of said bonds and engaged in t...X"O'" of his Official rejection at the O..D..I Election to be affected by 0 tmradmt oln.tut i

No. 14*, Imiued the 2nd I Meek cauae Bradfoti gasoline. oth. tax .0tlr'o.tI0' dutl. but shall not exceed be held on the first Tay after the thereafter there Chill bt
divorce. attl
day of Heptember A, U. 1940 ban for Ib.rtlne.tlO rejection of tbe certificates It anticipated 1941 I
G appears sum la any One first Monday the ,
County Telegraph Khali t Nonmb. ettabiubnl I
publish thin propoalni o 1.0 DI.trlcl Ml
aid .
filed same In my office end has Order In next four weekly |I.KHIIHWltneftn ROlutloD Income for anv "..a o years year.. follows: ... tblt tnnfcml

made. appllratlon for a tax deedto my hand and official .men"ment Florida. ci!1.: 0 will not equal scheduled p.ym.nt 4. Among lbs powe.granted to lb.Commission Section 3.: The Legislature that thai County Commimlontr she
be IMHUed thereon. Haiti certificate seal at Htarke "Florida this Sep: : l. Stt. thereon. : and thir anv ,1. bv b meet In regular session A D. 192S and In his District but who 11 o
embracea the) following deHrrlbed JOINT RESOLUTION Propoln j anoe out of of acid two .hal Ih
1943. "r.d the and
tember 2nd., I power fix limit those that meet ten years elected from
In the of Amendment. Article of the (dc cent of said t bal .hal nat l
to O
County an monthlv
property (OFFICIAL SKAIv: ) A. J. Thomas I t.. open and .... on a statewide thereafter apportion the repre- Every Con I.
Bradford, tate of Florlila, tn-wlt: Constitution of the State FloridaReiatlg during the veer. by said cloe .
.. Dad
A* CJerk of acid Court. 9-4 4t V-21 r..mltte local as It may lentstlon In the Senate and shall County M Maul
Lots 19. 20. 29. 30 In WoolI..wn.. to Taxation and b, board as follow: %) neT but all
Poane. find the
be Senatorial general election
for ((40)
regulate provIde forty uj
Kec-tlon 16 5 cent to the. forth c .pprop"t. .d DI. 10
Township' Houth. Adding Thereto an State Road Department .. I
; \ the of taking such Districts be nearly after shall boil cute
Range 23 Kant 40 Acre IV flllCI'IT C.01.R.. 8RAI1FOHI Board Administration construction t.lct. ]
: containing Creating a State of or reconstruction l
( transporting, storing and using In copulation aa four yean The erect f
more or Inn*. ;IINTV. FI.OKIII.1 IX ( thAN.UGlY. ; Pnecrlblnc its Power and State Roads and bridles within blrd. e"al prctc.bl.
vThe asseHMment of the said prop. (: Dutle. and Providing for the. us. o.P.4 country or for the. lease or purchaseor Ime, fur bearing animals fresh no County shall be compensation nf turn Coutt Q*
: ( Orac'le A. Carroll Plaintiff Klmer reptiles and amphibians. TbeCommission making such apportionment. and mlsslnners be Iris OH]
erty under the said certificate I" "" of per Gallon bridges connecting State hlghwnvs shal I
: Cued waa In the name of Oulo. acquire by purchase. gift all that Broward County. Flor by tbt I
Barnes.ITnlesH. 2139. provided kg
Approwc Got
for Payment and Retirementof per cent to the of County Comminiloners prop
.' (1 Bo.d erty necessary, useful or ... ida. shall constitute the Thirtyninth(30th
; & ; aahl certificate shall be OKDKIl PITBL1CATION AND Outstanding Bond Issued. By of county us* on 1941.Plied
( redeemed according to law the NOTICM TO APPKAIl Any Counts or Special Road end ""nad, and bridge"cb. therein. fo fo tile... use of the. Commission. In l.ex.rl. ) Senatorial District and Cal in office Sect" ol .I
) i property "'' I I be HTATM OKFLUKliA to: Elmer of of its power bereunder. hon County. Plorld. and Oulf Coun 2 1941.A .
Bridge Prior Day
) Said Board shall hare thepower
DI.tlet t J.
bj- J. Carroll whoae ,. the Fortieth
old to the hl the.L residence In Un July. A. for Bridge a Te Commission .hal applot. .h.1
to make and all rule
known. .nfore. (40) District: and
'uurlho" door on the first Mon of. and a
Purpose and t2) Public Highway RESOLUTIOII!
and regulation to the. full Ptgan
day In the. month of October 1943 You are required to appear on to 9 xerclse of the necessary move a suitable. o.on. ss Director the same time Ua LRI"I.tur. ."al JOI to Button tHI
: which lit October 6th, 1942: In above PPOe powers nd such apportion .
the the
day of October baie such
RESOLVED BT LEOI9-: nd .hal X of the Constitution of font Iiatlnff
no legislation hal! be required to
b... 1943. named Court and .ruune wherein. BI J T power and duties. a* b. prescribed Rouse of Rpr..ntatl.. and bndo
.lfr plaintiff cocks divorce. LTURI OF TUB STATB FORIDA. render this amendment of full forceend allow three t Homestead tnl
Dated thin Bradford .
3rd., day of "September. Commission In pursuance of Hbl .
.. operating from and sfterIftnuary as Permit tbt Wild isaIncome ]
1043.OPFJCIATi. County; Telegraph shall publlMh this following c e".a Its duties under this Section Sucb t of the five most populous TIs
( SEAL) A. 3. Thornaa Order In next four weekly |Iscuec. Article IX of the Constitution of 1st. Te Legislature Director subject to the. approvalof euDtl. and t.I (2t R..prNID.tl.. from ant wurn
Cleric of Circuit' Court of Brnitford, Witness my hand and offlula Btat of Florida relating to Taxationand hall continue the '.. of said taxes thi .h.I fix the to each of next .. mor De to any Person i Ih. Staffs
( Finance b* adding thereto an ad during the life. of this Amendmentand Comml.lon applnl. populous and u Provided' To.ln"9Subject I
County Florida. 9-4 4t 9-25 = nlh.t thl. Srp: .al"rl. remove counties' on. Representative
2nd.,kr94r.I..rlda. dllon. section to be Known a* Sec .hal not, poses any law having and other Pl..ur.employees who to each of tbe remaining counties of 1 tsj
NOTICM OP APIM.IOATIOV: (OKK1CIAU : ': J. Thomas Coo of acid Articl. IX creating. a the of .''thdrawlnl the ol..d.nf ..I.t.a. such power. and duties as of the. state at the time nf siirhspoortlonment teat of not more then 255 Cc

FUR TAX ...:..:.. A* Clerk un" ILl'our1, 9-4 4t 9-2i 5 Board of odminlitratlon: ore- .al. .two. ( e"Dt taxes may b. assigned to them. by the. Commission Should the Legislature the Onurl of tbl 81t I i I C
f".n'<> lull. N>. .ftl: ) scribing tIe power* and duties and on this amendment or the Director. No Commissioner fall to apportion' the representation' In L. .
NOTICW 1 la it1HBLY OLViN: ', That IX' CIIIITIT .('UI'II'r. nil 'l>KOIII) providing fo the. u.. of the proceedsof The Board shall nav refundingxoeneps thai! be. eligible for any such the Senate sbd In the House of RI. any Obligations Anoint 0! OTiS l
It. J. Turner holder. of Tax Certlfl- C(01'NI'Y'| ..011l1J'. lIIIAN. two cent per gallon of the gasoline and othe exnenses for services apoolntment or employment. at any Implied Contract Stibsemirai S f
I i-Hte No. 17. limund.the :Jll
1). 1942 baalied Ruth FrlecUll. Plaintiff, ".. J3ar; and retirement all outStanding or. prnnerlv .chsrt.shl. ft the account of the Commission f from LI."tur.. It shall be. the duty Further Providing !.mpll*
; lIyA'nf ; and .f. i bond issued by count nf ant count from funds. distributed .Iot..d. In Cases ol J
same In e haM made Frledell >" fendiint. Cane NoORDKn any tbe administration of the laws and of the Legislature suc- Inemt o
i application for a tax deed to beiJtHued 2130. or peolal road and bridge district to such county: but general expense* regulation ". to birds "eedlnv such regular o trl.latur. the Twenty-flv Dollars per irtffta I
thereon. 'Held''' certificate OF PITBLICATIONANl prior to tb. First Day of July. A. O r f the. Board for services rendered all fur bearing .r"ln'nl. fresh water(tame fish either. tn Reiru to N..t.'tt.. of Lift a to IDefined
1831 for road and bridge the alllce shall be prorat 1 1''llol81r. n.cl.1 "I
mbraren the following depcrlbed, NOTICE TO APPKAH purpose C'ntl. amnhlblans. together. with' to apnortlon reprentntlon oy te t1.I.tU
the" County of STATE OF KL.OK1DA to: Ear and for (31 public blRhway p"rpe mong them and yield out of .*1d .ptl. .nc funds specifically provided In the Senate and In the BR IT RESOL U
f.I'.erJrnt: tlBrad1R. J. I* hereby agreed and shell funds the "r>m" bade cold tex 4
of Florida' Frldell. whose. renldence I I. t 0 pro- for sui-ri purpose shall the I Rouse of Representatives, as- heroInnrovid.d {. OP THB STATBOfrUJ
"$P'P4 of HW! '/i Hms.4012Afr' S i Georgia Aero-Tech. Augusta. lllchni .. mitted to the. el.cto. of lbs State of eeedf are distributed among the several 8tat. Dime Fund and cOMtlut used I o..Isdinr' resole. Ped- That the. following amro"ll,
JO K., contalnlnc. : : :., .: or. <,nd County Oeorgla. Florida for o rejection at c""nt.: provided report of the Commission .h.1 deem Soil or r Stnte, Census.. whichever tlon 1. Article X
d or I...... You .are. required to appear on. the next General Election t be held ",.'ld ..p.n. shall bemarte to Serb.rnu'.r fit In carrying out&I. .b.1 I shall have been taken neersjstny of authorizing I S
: The aaHcymmnnt. of the said prop October 6th.. 1943 In the above In 1942. .follow: Session of the Legislature h.ref and for no other or'llnn I soprTtlonment' of Rsuresentatlvse "oril. wan" ol." Ii

ertv under the "..hi rertlflrat, l is.stied named Court and cause wherein i "Section II 'al.) That beginning end the Le"i.1sure 1.1 limit the *xnenses Commission may not PUI.Itself 'tn the Senate and In the House nfwenrescntsttves m"t. any person who It U* is ".

wax In the name. of J, (). plaintiff seeks divorce and Hmunition January lit. 1943. and for fifty ( 01'e. of th" Board neyond the current resources of She shall control In ma- family as provided ttifreln; "*1

: Turner et nlUnlenH of Maiden Name. Bradford thereafter tb. proceeds of two A"pr"e by the (.rM. May 13 State 0.... Fund unless specifically ''*: such apportionment in the event tent. of 25% thereof be and \'?

mild certificate hall be. County Telegraph hall pun ( cents gallon tb* total tax 114. e.ulhO'Ze by the I the I1iilsture, shall, fail to reaonor- Is hereby airreed to and lo"Jmltted
redeemed according In law. the lush thl* order In next. four weekly. levied pr State o 7. Lell.l.tur. electors,
issues.Wltnes.. by upon faaollne Piled In. office Sect State. Mar L.I.leur.. any unit the representation In the Lens. to the 0 t..
property: therein will be and other like product of petroleum. 11 1941. o sjw In not Inconsistent ''turea* fjv this amendment th. Oenernl Election. 0 I
old to the highest bidder at thernurthoune my hand and offIHa now known a* the Second Des Taxand with the.ld provisions. of this amendment .. On".. roulr" thirty d.. lived In 1942 for their .0"i
door on the tint Mon seal at Mtaike. 1 this ", .hfn 'wlh'n .
Florida Sep
other fuel. propel and to Mf (
: day In the month of October 1943 tember Int.. I'M2.! upon vehicles. ue t be JOINT RESOLUTION herewith all ."I"tnl laws Inconsistent ..tt. th* .. n the reeiilaresslop.l of'lection Article: thnt X Is amenW- W 41

I which In the 6th day of October (KFICIAI Hh-JAL) A. J. ThomanAa mot .b.1 .'cl.ct .A Amendment to the of In force .hal longer remain c.1 the llatlr ton-ether SecU-:
and followln
I 1942.hated thl. 3rd Clerk of Hald. Court. 9-4 4t 9-21 :' gtndl.Olot .. State : State of Florida to be r. penalties for efec. All of laws the fixing provIsions '.h ..t.dlna'..... t consider mvidsuch ther.t the 1-A hut *'
of .
day fleptemker Section 3 ,
Article .a.llnn..n.
1942. IN fiRCi'iT (.(II.HT. nnDKoitn ury and. divided Into three ((3)) XVI 1 of this' amendment and all extraordinary th.Lelture *. .Seton. Income from.rll 9
: part which .h.1 b. AmeDdment Imposing license taxes shell be Sn.seted > hereby and '
ltiKPICIAT 8RAI) A. .1. Tlioman COUNTY' V1.OHIUAI IX; CHAN' mand"torl. reru1re1 whatsoever due o.tol"
Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford CKHVItOHlvn among t aeyeral counties by the Ll.latu. from time to resnnottlon l> r..n..nt"tl". *. come due and owlnl J 'I'
i County. Florida. .... 4t 95 IfaaRvl Mart-he!, Plaintiff. .follow: That LATORS OP THK STATB OP "FLORIDA t time. 'outred by tM eme ...nr .rn- who Is the bead. of a '.""LZIm

i v... Ktephen Marched. Defendant On. part according to area, one partaccording b* known lbs folo.lnl Am.odm.nt t Aoproved b the. Governor. May 'itS adlnircoment' 'ccii s'wh secrenell.'icr ,. this Si-ats. sball b "
3 a
JoTI(91 APPLICATION: Cane No. 2142. to population and on. part of Atele XVI sea'nn ..!!**4 for"ent rcNnnmOlOnJ "arnlshment In tile :,1
Visit T4X ItlCBIte O1U>KK OF PUBLICATION according. to ,b counties contribu.lions the present. Contitution la office SWAY May stmti ant e .i.... .ewnlre. at State as may be P ""1 l|
f.. ..le to of State. road] same b..rby to shall besubmitted 191.PiiZ o.Stat he en* of tw .ttitt
mil No. '1\:1): ANn NOT1CK TO APPEAR U. cot eonttruotlon .led tw.. rje) ** r r .t atl. extent of not I
NOTICM IS of distributionss .I.ct. of the State -. .". U. iciWlbs
ratio to
HRRKBY QIVRN. STATE OF FUOItlUA to: Stephen: at the .". Is eff..C.4. sad H..I salary wares
That I.entvr Kite and U J. Wynn Marchenl. who.. .renldence In. 693: orovlded In Chapter 15039. Laws of general Representatives "RESOLUTION ron-i.'- nn r.".tnes* other than Icb payment of any 'Ohith'ltr.5by
holder of Tax Certificate No. 3B8 Hart Street Brooklyn New. York. Florida. Acts of 1831. and for the purpose t be beld la tbe year A. D 1942 A JOINT Propmin .-.--.t 119.:1Proved express or '1mph'0 :

tecued the 2nd., day September You are required to appear on of the .pplonmeo. bud on t-"II n Amendment to Article Five ot the by. the June ,. sequent to th* idOPtl .
A L). 1940 ha. filed ,name. In my October 6th.. 1942, In the above the contl. oltrbutlO' the Section 3. r., any regular. or spe- Constitution of Florid ey Addm : a".me amendment. nr.'dt.'
( office and ha* made application for namnd Court and cau.", wherein coat Stat rd theamount *la ot extra 100. tbs Legislature. Thereto an Additional Section Reiatng the. Lerrlslattire bO.
b of to of Pile in nfftc Secretary of State
contributions etb- U rnlshment
o thr.'unh 0 al m..r.beN Jectoo CicUi Judl 0 nibS of m>
._.,_._ lone 9. '
it"' ---. -------- b* certificate nude In 1931 elected BB RKBOLVEn A IKI-ITM. 1941 salttv"S_?
-------- l.he .ah H. TW tided .h..r.the. __ 41
pru.ol to said Chapter I58S9. shall termlne that an emergency requiring ."TORa OP TBB STATB OF FLORIDA nCr week except to I
; and deemed conclusive incomputing an early decision b* th....ect.of the rhat Article 5 of the Constitution rtf A JOINT RESOLtmON Proposing may from time toby tic. I

Ii11-i Prompt Service Careful Drivers tbs monthly amounts distributable Stats exist. an t this the Stt of Florida be amended by .n Amendment to Article of tb. the Leolslsturs. _
according to said contribution Constitution delol with the oblt ther..t an additional Section of the State'Y1 Florida. Approved by to* Oo' ?tin ,
*. Such fund e distributed shall matter of em.rl..no. may .. proposed :.) .be .00. Section 48 of said Con"tlttlo County and Municipal 1941
be administered by the State Board 01 and U th Amendment \rtlcle
rlatnl the Election ot Cir Govern menu. FiletS office S" 0 S
vided.b Administration. hereinafter pro of be .e to be a three-fourth.' .01 r. and th. tame. U hereby BE IT BT TRTC : II. 1941.A .
membe. to and IAC UCIS.LAT.1
t.iir 'ete 1 shall be submitted to -
Taxi Service ( rhe O..mo Chairman' the Hous the ."al b.ntere upontheir the el"tr' o the State of Florida 8TAT J0.IDA: '
respective. th. following .. RESOLVt
State .. toe State Jouma. Wit l. "e. ro or rejection. at the lids & JOINTthe !
Cmp and the
nays 5oct109 \
roller Election VI of
constitute a T..eupn. Cen..ral to be held on the State Coo.tltutoa Amendment
.hal Oy sam session the Florida County conttllUtOi I
porate anown ae State L111.cr.bal provide I. Tuesday after the fl. Monday and rl.tlnl (Iris XVI of lbs ?
Phone 150 Board 0.1 A'ln n, ebbS Board not lese for a then special ''Ptoo ,t b held No..mbr. 1.3. .follow: numbered Municipal a..rm.nt. & be Ida. Relating t Tenth09 f
shall all lbs Do 8lt 1 Atlcl. Cr"
- authority t. the pwer. ootoiaod Boad one bundre eighty after taD aereafter.8.tloo 4. Crl the Judges .h.1 to vin and be hereby .le" of Crontono.. .. srtl '
of for publication of b .lee" Dualftf than be submitted to IOD
Said .
Board Educationalor Lle
Admlnlt."ol .
.balDa" 81"t. respective tor ol
notice thereof et which special elec. the ratification or
to such PurpotB
I p. tion the 'Ircut as State and County rejection Charitable
oth. at general electionto
nsll be
Day may conferred it by .. "'* Drp. A".Ddm..ot vEt Sf
art .
Night 'flel.l. be RKLATHRB
management DPO and supervision submitted 1 t. elector, the State held la November. 1042.: _.It: IT

; ot the proceeds : said two Old cents for approval err rejection: provided The hiss elsction 0J1 Section 11. The County Commissioners OP rug' STATOP'
that If a election. of Represen b. '" a. the .dn Section t ntr:
of said taxes sod all moneys and other .lal t Sf' & of Dsde Count who b* I I
w.-- -.. - .. --- p- p-p 0 assets whtcn. on tb* effective dtte ot tatives is tn occur within said period t uk office on first elected at the general election.bal 1042 amendment to t.
l. o
: : -i tats amendment are applicable or mat such Amendment shall b .ubmIU' ruesdav afe tbe first I hall Immediately. .'t. the b XVI of the con.tClton CO.
become applicable to the bond of the to tb. elector at tucb "eoer.ae- January.The ,. 199. for a terra of six "ears. ] of th..1. trm of "c., of Florida relatln"" '". .I
tion. of eo"
several counties of this Sta.. or hail. .rm all such office &they Dde Cont" Int five County Com property rlIOStii! IPn"
special road and a If.. majority ssveraily *xlst M lbs tun exemptions. for
voting be '
: SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! other. .pl.1 ar.d. ,dltlOI U.r., o upon the proposed D .I.ct shall and adoption they of Ibi. Amendmep .b.1, b o by., the .said DI"trlct.t ... from one nlclpsl. e1r.t"nt' Itrt.iii

.e 1, I.t 1931. f. adopt tb* Amendment, the same shall minate ars b..rby ea.ode t to five respectively. and delineate. Lhboundaries or hereby b.
and The word become a part of this on the the of such In such same U 'I I
brldl tl
ODtltUtlo rust DI.trlet
.Bon "..Durp. Include This Amendment sball no Monday In January 1949" to the respective be submitted 50 for
: : AND ECONOMICAL! "ids time' warrant ..hal. .no nthee xinepsxte. forms or indebtedness existing. On. .t -
tssusd tor rose pr.Ilon ot toe Constitution 191."le of the saId Commissioners' .Jetlon. that
and brldgs purposes by any county or I relating t ." but shall 10 ofc o Secretary l alas. tlc. the D ) In 1943" nf r J
Ih.1 oor' trior
: special road and brldg I district or .Ir..d .an additional 'u. IJ 1.1 on let day AoIJ. ths. sid 504'tinfl 0' lop t"
j RIDE THE BUSSES other special taxing dl.tle. Outstanding th..r..t. m.to .1 1941. embraced within Election .- the Onn.tlt"UOn I;

fundlne on July 1st. re- APDr.e l. a".mO May I aAA JOINT RESOLOTIOIt Proposing l Clods numbered 24 t M. Inclusive.nd Ida be amended 1 I .
\ssues thereof Said Board eo to Article Sixteen of also such part Flection follow*:

Courteous Correct Information shall nav the Statutory oowsrs o ",e m orn<* ,. ol "May a Constitution. o Florida by adding elnet nii.-nbered 10. o. do and 81 P. -Section 18 fl"I".n

Dord of Ouon COlmlNloDe. thereto an adltll08 Section Permit- of the western shore of .. .r.t'nn.' .f,olrorooratton shill
; any other 11mg thu u>. vest the Powers cattle fls". all established by a reso which i
Given You At Autnort, nf special mad add ard. A JOINT RESOLUTION Of ,. .". Rules ""1 Illatlon Re- lOtion of the&COlnt. Cornmlamioui'rsor ship or b""' ;"nallf..'
d.tIO" and other toerial IKDI in Amendment to Article 'Plnl lating to the said County 14. cr15 nf "Irda
thereof with .. Water O." 0 S.1 .doot No..ma. w..!
: 1 said' constitution ot the State of Florida Fish Watet i designated No should .I
bonds oVcont .
UNION BUS STATION ad valorem except tales that u expressly the Dower withheld levy Rl.tl.. to the Executive m..ot L a Br Omm.loo Pduce 10 n hfl1'.at. In Adding BB of the Districts shall
all from said onerdt d and shall tl. ".. tan to teet an Oam* and S.. LTUaE OP THB STATS BY T LZIS comprise! th. trrtO..I and only the Ifr. t .no.tnn. In dO' (,

Dp." th<. um.n. and .. Fish Commission. Article SI.to the Coniti- Wrto. the 1st day least mnsfmIrthscientifIc. th..r
eDee"ln. um Said IT o mnn.lp"I., ,
RESOLVED BY lOtion o. lbs Apr 941. Commis
the lordn. e""c" 1
time to"Issue refundln power from tim C LATURI OP THE STAT 1 LIOII amended by adding thereto an .401. District Commissioners' "?.. fraternal .I'1
bnd t section to b. District No 5 as described. m coses Provided ,.
lure within the folo.ln. to 100. known i tl..
i- f't. 15) tear Article IV ot the maid' Articl. 18. S"Leglslstur Book "y of the of the CoupI ment nail mat .r'r .
.. 0
anv of uthorinng tlnut.
GO FISHING p.rlo. fo 9t t of I' .d
: ? Ott.o"'na I Florida relative Execu to vest the rower of Commissioner* ODt. at of Sectica ?, "t
thereon maK- 0
them tt..re t. live Department b* I thereto sn InS rules and D-* 194 *t seo.t the e.'t'.tnn'

::1Tc. I GO "DU. from a Olru gasoline of .tIClo.le. I additional. Sectionto :kaewn CD..tloo o.Iatlo.. water reillnl t Another Of the said Oml.IOP 0:A"poe O""o.

TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh fel. cases to 11C". o Section 30 of said I. e..Hlna water DrOuf a f.b D"trle... Ihal comprts* t':
I nereln fltrlbute such a Game and Pinch Water mission b ad thu bar 01. the first day of Anti atticSJune st
pro.ldP but not mission' be end agreed to em. 1941. '
at a the same is aereby shall b la Commissioners Dis
greater submitted embre ii.
: Pats ef
Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc. I bnd. BOW bAr: and to "u.than_ li he agreed: Eleetors ir and shall be submitted to I i the .l etor* of the State ot Fda to tc 10 deh in BOOK "P" votes 191 hi .".u 1
the state 11 minute
0 Florida fo lfl"8lon or rejection County Commissioners T.
on ot o e".ndl.a'ea.n.
Fresh Meats Live and Dressed .h.n. an. county ov for rtllrltlo or o at tne Oeneral of raid County at .Id prI" .d"th".tf.
Poultry fo the tole purpose of retiring' .. .J.tlo t Odd the "a14 d..cl."tIOn
aid to ) on the nr. o M .. and also the '
bonds issued b ? D Te. first "I.b '
secb al -
TM000ay .
county JSTOy ehall
Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S sPecial road and bridge d 0 ID last November Tuesday after first Mnd., L .. .follows: -on tt,. ". day April 1941.mbrawj lnn. ."!r.t" I-I'

other special taxing .ItCt o Section 30 11 .folo. 5eetion 32. = Flection Precincts lee far ..
gaso'lne! or other fuel Jsnr teal ID T. L1.I.t1n may bered 79 g). inclusive., a* Ye b

: MARKET certificate beartn interest tax sntlcioetlna not .. 1 I4XS the management restorenpa now cat"orb o thaI may CIIloo. .;;.. by lbs aforesaid Resolution:0 u. St of.5lTTMOT4'_
i I
.. mor than three (J) Dr rent an ae aDe "11.tn 0 by It. to aisSe and .fat Io 0 L

num la Inch denominations' ..maurin and Il lma r. tnc rules and VftUimUOflU Without "regard Ann f the **td District than iS'aS.'SSflTa

1-2 Block N. of Union Bus Station at such tm. Within th. fifty and .t.she tb 0 l. State of tift UnIformity of npruw U. territory -hld w.o
Jax .PIctIOb
on Read f Sot vear the Board ma. "oe ullloa. establlan- to t. relating th In ot April. ,
d.trl"e .r addition ".. Oot. and management slid -"aloo f II Commissioners' District 1.mb. ise 1. tl."
to exercising o .. eta"uipr0vOf S .
10 I ,
r' : 'e..e. refuges o ,.
t powers now provided try statute In.r tb* Onro. two 11 osacrlbed la Boost .of U. OI HPAGE
? a a ou property now of. lbs Ot Cmlln of said 8"

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Ity Mrs. Kltlon Hardy

4r14.cam Mrs. V V. Hazen was hostews :
PARENTHOOD Thursday afternoon of last week

when she entertained members of

eh the club with bridge. Buying Victory Bonds Is Self-Protection

The living room was brightened
Bell Syndicate-WNU F.aorae.
I with assorted cut flowers.

_:y I After several progressions! Mrs. I',

I St i IF MRS. CATHERQfC CONRAD EDWARDS I J. P. Roberts held high score I ,

i and was awarded a lovely towel.
.AaeecItM ZdUoc VcnaW MG9QIIIM
L J Miss Madeline Crosby held low

) A D=rNA1IC :MORAL CODEIt and was give. a novelty vase.
: Later In the evening Mrs.

Hazen served her fruit
_ seems to me that young. people perhaps they could be helped to guests
today have an Increased respectfor recognize and pass up the "second Jello and cake.

a moral code In regard to relations bests" which crowd us when we are
Petty Officer Ivan Hazen and
between the
sexes. Although: young.
their conversation may sometimes Much of the fault lies In our !Mrs. Hazen of St. Petersburgwere

be alarmingly frank there Is a qual teaching-we dwell on the penalties visiting friends and relatives 4'a
ity of decency and wholesomeness of not living up to the moral code here Sunday. w. .. .
about them-which Is very reassure when on every aide. In fiction and Mr. and Mrs Everett McKinney

> vllh ing. Moreover they do not wait the movies, sometimes In the lives of Gainesville' spent Sunday with ; ,
M for the older generation to erasure of their friends, they see evidence \
those of their number who! are lax that these penalties aren't always McKlnney's grandparents,
In morals-the latter simtjly don't exacted. What they can't see Is Mr and Mrs. G. W Hazen. Mr 1 -- D )

rate with the crowd. In other the inner emptiness those who McKlnney la a student at the U.
words it Is nn longer considered dissipate their emotions. Because of F. L.:

smart to be either a "wolf" or a religion aside the value of morals MI'., G. n, Feagle, Mrs. L. 0,
girl of wobbly principles. Is that they help us to preserve Hazen, Misses! Minnie Lou Hazen
However, girls have always had personal Integrity they keep us all and Juanita Feagle were shop
to face and probably always will In to
one piece paraphrase the ping In JackHonvtlle Monday. EAVI
some disparity between conduct psychologists. .
Mr, and bite J. R Crews of
which they were taught was prop. But If we would present the
er and conduct which the more dar moral code to young people as a Jacksonville pent Sunday with
ing of their friends appear to begetting dynamic thing not as something Mrs. Crews' patents, Mr. and Mrs

away with. How can you which denies them good times but O. W, Barry.
prepare them for this? By helping as something which builds their '
Fall Da Baked Beans Mills Martha. Lee Rhlmea aprnt
Feast for them to understand that the good capacity for happiness, we give it
(See Recipes elow.) time earned at the expense of mor meaning. For every new appreciation Friday In Stuike with her,

s ala Is always a "second best." No every deepening of their understanding mother, Mrs. O. Rhlmes.

j Purse Strings This Week's Menu :young person wants to compromiseYouth ot others will enable Mr. and Mrs. Lee GaIney had

has a natural scorn for them to hold love more securelv: as guests Sunday Mrs Green's, I1\
talk about budgets. Cream of 'Celery Soup "second bests." But most of their I when they find it Or if tragedy or parents, Mr and, Mia.. Thomasand
because Baked Beans mistakes come from grabbing at; circumstances withhold love they: her brother of Ocala. w
| in particular life because they are afraid they will still have acquired mental and
be a Lettuce Salad
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Thomas of
will miss out. If Age could only emotional strength which will make
major Item In Chiffonade Dressing pass on to Youth one bit of knowl them mature persons assured of Jacksonville were recent guests

your life the next Bread and Butter edge-that most of us eventually, being useful and of having friends of hire Alice Thomas. \ -

few months as Sliced Peaches get what we really want In life- and affection. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Keene and \

prices Ilowlyed daughter, Carol were shopping
as the Beverage
upwards In Gainesville Filday.

days slip Into fall WCTU GLEANINGS Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch of the foil ilo a ", /./., ftfn m tflffth thing ichtn you buy Victory flunjj; you

and winter and mean, is, serve foods-in-seasonl! It's HOMSE State Farm were visiting Mr. and da' e tmart thing/ in a buitnrmilikt. wuy.' ll it u.proin-lion., nothingnobUr,
bargains In foods be- more than economy, It's food at its HIGH HANDKO SABOTAGE: Mrs. S. E. Hitch! last week-end. than that.
land you have to do best! Mrs. LayfIeld of Trenton U i

L with figures to give Cheese Bargains. Lee Nichols.. 1'iutor First Baptist visiting her sister and daughter. By KATHLEEN NORRISTIlE AFTER THE WAR

[the right food at the Right In line with buying what Is hutch Daytona head, Fla. HOME In-law, Mr. and Mis. Hershel Lay probability is that You have hrnrd mid
I prices. most economical at present are the In the fifth chapter of Daniel, field. | many
I and husband that/ north lifting
America. find In cheese. fulfilment of the your times
\Irs\ Average bargains you ,can we find the very anlhin&
ore nutrition conscious Cheese Is much more than something prophecy which la my text to- invested a certain is tvelt.! Why,

ri last. too. This will you put between slices of clay, Daniel tells how, "Belshaz- ty :]) p amount of dollars in Victory then thanlil II'" not five our

Because nutrition news bread or the golden orange wedge zar made a great feast to a Bonds and Victory Stamps. best ro f/i/ <> war effort? For

[into the limelight but you serve with pie or crackers. It thousand of his lords and drank i Author lemands of wartime Uv- is the most economical source ot, wine before the thousand, and you pima than ours tlianlil/ be '0.

fergy have become soou protein and as such can be used how they brought in the vessels By MARY E. DAGUE thrill of pride and patriotismwith day. Unless ire f/Vmonifrnfe

_ will have to have as an excellent meat substitute. which his father, Nebuchadnezzar, Author of Sister Mary's Kitchen. every dollar so invested. our jail It in those aims by /o-

I do your most and your Easily digestible and easily blendIng had taken out of the temple Were brought up under the But the real truth is that ing our bent to realize them
with almost every kind of food, which was in Jerusalem, that the regime of wonderful Sunday dinners t7PATRICIA there is no reason here for U'" mutt not fi" turpriseil; if
an budgeting help you It makes even the simplest dish a and his hit wives, left In comfortable
king, princes, that you a complacency. You do a sen- others doubt their value. Afterthe /
|eht" meals you ask. distinctive one because of the flavor and his concubines, might drink state of drowsiness for the rest of DOW will be able
the right foods And remember, My mother sible, even a selfish thing tear is over "" 1
* Buy It Imparts to it. therein drank wine, and the afternoon? I was.
and can't to the school of house Victory Bonds; to any with pride, "Thi it (heilrmocracyt :
prs you help you'U get not only protein when you praised the gods of gold, of silver belonged when you buy

i that are correctly bal- use It, but those other essential diet of brass, of iron of wood, and of keepers who believed o'clock in dinner an extra.that you do a smart thing in a helped preserve"while? I
special one Or will have to listen
necessities like phosphorus calcium, if thereis we
atone-In the same hour came permitted her to rest on her laurels businesslike way. For
e i the food dollar into and vitamins B, D and G. ( \ conquering trill tu
iron a enemy
The 't..t I
fingers of a man's hand and for the rest of the day. evening to be an America tomorrow -
or 20 cents, should As American as apple pie. are the wrote over against the candlestick meal was sketchy because that democracy could not havbeen ,
lables and fruits. Use American cheese stocks which we wall of Ella who ruled our kitchen for your bonds and stamps worth while if those who '

i for milk and cheese.the now have on hand. You'll be kind upon the plaster"of the twenty-odd years always spent Sunday will be the most valuable ed its benrfiti did not I

[ firths goes for ther to your budget If you make use ol the, king's palace afternoon and evening' with her things in it, and if there isn'tan think:: enough of it to fight for "
all drunk, sister and family.' '
Important meal*- some of these Ideas: When they were hypothesis, which I with
Impossible ; all
W fight
nd f Darius the Median took the king- These Sunday night suppers were it? ft cannot
Cheece and Baked Beans.Serves known in our house as "a trip to put in merely for illustration-nothing But we can fight with
h i will be set aside for ( 6)) dom. He was 32 years old and the cupboard" and as I remember that you have hoarded or saved dollars-end guns. novel

ereals, while the very 1 large can baked beans? sober and It la written In Daniel them I realize that they were not money, property, stocks, will be fight
i Is allowed for acces- 9:30.: "In that night was the unlike the pantry parties of today. worth what Is classically known asa
American grated
ch as butter fats sug- 1 cop king of the Chaldeans slain" Any guest in the house went alongto 6p' tinker's dam. tinfoil and rubber active In many

i and spices. 1 cap grated bread slain at a big cocktail party. the pantry and hunted In the More than that. If we of America ways we didn't think necessary or

neral Guide. 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper That was 2500 years ago. Alexander Ice-box with the the rest left-over of us.roast There or rise to this situation not with a possible a few :yean ago.

t rule Is not a hard and I tablespoons chopped celery the great conquered the was chicken always for sandwiches plenty of sense of being generous and reckless What we women have to get

111 only a general guide 1 teaspoon chopped onion world at the age of 33 and In milk for bread and milk, pickles and wholehearted but becausewe through our heads li that no serviceto ''t 1
>es of the different the same year died of acute al and celery and tomatoes In season appreciate the facts of the case, the family compares to the servIce -

> vary from season to Place beans in baking dish. Then coholism. That was 2269: years with pie and cake and cookies and this country will bo spared In na that Is Investment In' Victory
) section to section. Use add all other Ingredients and three fruit of some kind to finish off with. tion. Our financial authorities could Bonds It Is small use to get into

tin spending slices lean bacon over top of dish, ago.You So why don't you have a Sunday create that Inflation now very sim uniform, keep office hours, collect
that the Huns
u get milk from the Bake 30 minutes at 250 degrees. were taught night: supper party? If you don'twant ply. They have the power to float pacM) of cards and packs of cigarettes

getablcs from the oed- Tuna and Chute Sou le. and the Goths pouring In through a pantry party have a buffet 'e v billions of new bills amongst us; for the boys and at the same

mes (Serves 6)) Gaul conquered the Roman Em supper. the simple but adequate we wouldn't full realize seeing time to say dreamily. "I did buy two

door 1 cup scalded milk pire. The fact Is that it was thhighhanded Keep. The menu boys will like baked J, o 4 these new bills, that every one of dollars' worth of stamps from Mar

a 1 cup soft bread crumbs sabotage of the beans and cold cuts and the girls them meant that what you and I Ion and I meant to buy more, but I

|(from K cop grated American cheese Roman liquor Industry that will lean toward salads. With hot II have In the bank was worth that forgot..

] and .' 1 cup Baked tarn drowned Rome In her own booze. rolls relishes, a dessert and a beverage much less. Would Prevent Inflation. '

fay J 3 tablespoons chopped plmlentoH That was 1500 years ago. you will have an ample sup ,r Pw It Is SelfProtection.So Victory Bonds ought to come next

|cber.rget, .,, teaspoon salt In 1066 the Normans under per.An Icebox cake makes a splendid a .': buying bonds Is self-protection, to rent and grocery bills. If the I

J QC yolks William, the Conqueror, crossed: dessert because it requires little nothing nobler than that. If we government could count on one-third

food I egg; white the English Channel and invaded last minute attention. The following don't, we lose what we have. If we of the national Income In the next

(lace. i 1 tablespoon lemon Juice Great Britain. On the eve of recipe will serve eight per. do we keep what we have and add two years we wouldn't have to have "

i one Combine milk with bread crumb) the battle of Hastings, the Nor sons. to it valuable investments that In Inflation. We would be the only

I Pick out what the best and grated cheese. Flake tuna and mans were engaged In prayer Chocolate Ice-Box Cake. ten years will be redeemed at Interest country that ever' came through a .
[the acllities available. add lemon Juice while the Angles and Saxons were Two and one-half dozen war without It.
to i salt and carousal Mi. pound sweet chocolate. You'd get the general idea fait under the
Investigate those fa- pimiento engaged In a drunken 3 tablespoons water. 3 tablespoons But while women are
e! ;you fall Into one pat- well-beaten yolks. That was nearly 900 years ago powdered sugar 3 eggs, 1 cup whipping enough if someone went to your bank delusion that buying Victory Bond

Beat egg white It was on Christmas eve la cream, few grains salt Vi. teaspoon i and drew out one-third of your mon- Is a pretty and loyal gesture, done

pine Carefully. stiff but not dry 1777 that George Washington led vanilla. ey. A thief who did It would be partly to please dear Louise Baker,

n'> an Important notes and fold into mix G a? his army of sober Americans over Split lady fingers and line bottom punished to the full extent of the who sits at a little table selling t
into a and side of a spring form putting law. But this wouldn't be a thief; store
And It's mighty 1miii ture. Turn the Icy Delaware and found the them In that hot department
buttered casserole the ; rounded side toward pan. this would be a person with, per. five mornings a week, the ,ove",
fascinating business Hessian soldiers celebrating of double boiler.
chocolate top remind ,
set in a pan feet rights, who might you ment's vigorous determination to
|UP the pantry. If you season with drinking and feast Add water and blend. Remove
for, say; three days, or of water and bake in a moderatel ing. And Trenton was one of the from heat and add yolks of eggs, as he went away with your monthshe good spare us Inflation Is Jeopardized. Our
week in advance slow (325-degree) oven 40 minutes ot victories of the Revolutionary beating with a dover beater until money, that in another three fate is In our own hands now; It is ,
trotting to you until golden brown.Sugarsaving major 165 blended. Add sugar. Fold In meant to come and get another for us to decide It. t
{day; or up the store apple recipes do de War. That was whites of eggs: beaten until stiff and third.: One woman I know finds herself I I''

lime Is calling up your llghtful things to fall menus and years ago. cream whipped until firm. Turn t I 8184 If your comment on this Is, today with an Income of something
F at a premium week. mold and cover with 4 the real an-
delivery help you get the mellow autumi Continued next into prepared "That's outrageous! like S330:! a month. Up to this timeIt
'the midst facilities have : note in meals. This revives eatln| (Furnished and paid for by the split lady fingers. Cover with Unique Apron swer Is simpler still "That's war has hovered irregularly around
of and chill In refrigerator
cake waxed
him bak- interest: Starke W. C. T. IT.) for paper 24 hours. Pattern No. Ill I-Our specialist We are In a desperate battle now $140, She Is putting $100 a month
you simply must designed this refreshing forces that may gain power Three of her
Make Honey Apple Crisp When ready to serve remove rim In pretty aprons against Into Victory Bond.
for out lists and (Serves 4)) RISINGBy of form and place cake on a large different style for all you over all the world, or that may be I four children work, and she Insists
everything you sliced apples round serving plate. Completely who like gaiety in :your kitchen I curbed and controlled for 100 years. I that one-third of what they earn
time 4 cups !\lrtI. James Norman each curved .
fashions) Six panels, until the horrors
cover: top and sides with one cup of Curbed and ,1 shall be Invested that way.
nap of autumn gets Into H cup sugar cream whipped until stiff and top and bottom, complete this style of militarism and Invasion die
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones ; with fluid She does her own work; the family
Pumpkin squash and 1 tablespoon lemoa Juice sweetened with 4 tablespoons powdered which fits every figure into the sunrise of a saner
pel When have moved back to Lake Wales. and flavored with gravel! A grand style to work up away table Is the same plain old table
the drifts We can'tgo
of H cup honey is the daughter of sugar remnants-and easy as day. We can't stop now. over their
My against your doorer Mrs. Jones vanilla. Sprinkle with chopped nut in cotton the comfortable day ;; the girls put apron :
lets at H cop Hoar Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman. meats. Die to make. back to office clothes and do the bedrooms ,
least !In the
d.' use uncom- brown sugar Joe Norman spent the weekendIn Pattern No. 8184 Is designed for when one hundred dollars and the dishes; the small boy i
root vegetables U cap I, sizes 14 to 20; 40 and 42. Size 16 bank was one hundred dollars and and runs errand I
with friends. tICS SCHEDULE: porches
nned goods In sail Jacksonville 33 or 39-Inch sweeps i
the can- % teaspoon requires nit yards nobody could take it away. before the aggregate
rd Leave Starke' just as h* did
In spring, straw. $4 cup batter Mr. and Mrs. James Normanof Eastbound I materiaL Ten Per Cent !. Too Little. monthly family Income was approximately '

aragus, and broilers U walnuts, If desired Jacksonville spent the week- Northbound : The only thing we can do to lave I II
cap 3:15 A. M. flOG
M. :
;Jour mother 3:40: A.
menu. What end with Mr. Norman's t
I Amer
shallow li to Invest the
Spread sliced apples In a 9:45: A M. 7:30: A. M. what we have said something praising

baking dish sprinkle with sugar Mrs. J. E. Norman.Mr. Thomasare 1:40: P. M. 6:43: P. M. N.me............................... ica. They are talking now of "10 to spirit of olr."r but she ,.\
ant and Mrs. Woodrow cent" Investing. That seems
Lynn lemon Juice and pour honey 2:35: P. M. St. Augustine per laughed it I a
e Says: alL In a bowl mix flour brown sugar the proud parents of a fine 2:45: P. M. 7:20: A. M. Ad drw.............................. me too little. My own suggestion Excellent Opportunity.
F Card: Best of bar. and salt and work In butter u baby girl born Friday night. 3:50 P. M. 6:40: P. M. would be that every family give "Wonderful?" Milly Carter echoed .

! found In American make crumbly mixture.. Spra Mother and baby are both doing 6-20:: P. M. For Palatka .....................................- one-third of Its income to the guy the scornfully. "There's nothing "
tuST at the present crumbs evenly over apples (a"e fine. 8:15: P. M. ernment for safekeeping wonderful about It. It's a chance to I

fiction for the first five nuts) and bake in a moderate over Miss Roaamae Norman of St. l1U P. M. "._of p._........................ day of i>eace. Wages are high now and; fix this family up for life. In ten '
year was over :so ) for 30 to 40 minute Petersburg and Mrs. Elvlee Drlg- salaries have ballooned upward these girl will be married

eater than for that cor- until(370 degrees apples are tender and cru* gers and little son, J. E., of JacksonvUleLeave Starke ....... N.......... -......... every man who wants a Job-and years and each one will have a good sound

absent!period last year. crisply browned. Serve with plait Lithla were recent guests of Southbound Westbound. pod IS >>nt. In tntn. (torcb quite a few who don't-is deeds at work.of Investment that will mean a home "

from the mar- whipped cream. their mother Mr. J. E. Norman. M. 8.25: A. 101:. p.tl.rn d.ilr.d) to- Hearts are opened to for all of them. I never dared hope
V" :t .tall or 3:35: A. and to the facing of ,.
during the Eddie Norman P. M. Dow Patterns courage for such an opportunity. Americais .f
Hn moilon Mr. and Mr* 10:35: A. M. 1:40: Patricia who have never
greater or recipes are changes; many of us the workIng ; I
J Into their quantities What problems mind during thin fall Juyi* and children, formerly of Waverly, 12:40 P. M. 8:53: P. M. 206 W. llth St., New York, N. T.t seen any good in war Itself are still the land that gives break" Milly \
own now your Chmm- moved to this section to Not to Gainesville 12:40 A. M. I people the beat
honey (o Lynn have determined to And good
are food the flag that
atftnJ. Kflout your her on
tlI help ;you i with ben and .h. mil give you .*pattmdvica make their home. 3:35: P. M. 8:25: P. .J,[. in the enlarged opportunities of concluded, eyes above the shabby t
sugar on ," Addrn. you Uuait.anclouag Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes have 6.35 P. :M.9.4S ________ Four sharing and brotherliness that war flics cheerfully advantage ,
the "I'm taking
'"My will a ..11.dJ,*...d t ttompJ en returned b 0 me'after spending : P. M. 8:25: A. M. Men are dying for emotion bring with them. Carter home. that's i
time did.
also can ancestors
include WiuL1ftII The least we
her Freedom of It si my
r apes, and veiopor you np'r. 10 sa several months In Dothan, Ala. Not to Ocala 8:25 P. M. at home ls to buy We are all knitt:rig. cooking, writing .
pumpkins here
Nwo.pperUnion de all.
Chamktn, and Mrs. Paul Alvares announce Via Gainesville gathering up '
Mr. ,
economy letters camps
notes and 9a. South Dtfftainn 5 uches to 210 the arrival of a baby boy |Gainesville Ocala, Tampa, day.
menus. Chicago Illinois. Bonds every pay
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l ;, 1tl I''if., fl., \ '..I"" ,: 0 -0 KIN I GAT LAW T E bers his and new made forty-eight quite a bass hit with,ac ulate tey School interest in In an the effort observationof to stUn- lyn.Klein.STATE Itlnifs Number OF County FLORIDA 15 Holly New St.tOt York.. Brook Hazel the ,=r realty. Iht.. ..1.0"'Inqerty I I'I. '

,' L Y cordion. planes In this section. It Is You are required to appear on .. City AMP.soronal' It'
I I J' October 6th. 1942 In the abovenamed assean.nt roll
il' 'I''I't:i.Fri. With F. R. Carradine The following numbers were enJoyed to be hoped that they made some Court and cause, wherein r ode ror vtua. tnrNhrbic I

: } : : impression on those with time on atlon plaintiff of seeks Maiden divorce Name and, Bradford retitor- aseesemenlt All : \' end l ro1Wq, ,

Valclk Shuford Drifting their hands. County Telegraph shall publish this' sect. Vernon, ?""
-Easley to .
Dr. and Mrs. Wilmot C. Brown, Order In next four weekly Issues.. axtlenlllent, ,
nV ; LAUTCY MKTIIOIMHT: CHL'KCHItev. tuVWTKY HAITIST CHURCH missionaries! Mr. and Mrs. PaulH. -Linda Carradine, 5 Numbers and children of Tallahassee Witness my hand and official ,Slark.'ear lit. Florida, .r,. l In I"
Ac- young seal at Srarke, Florida, this Sep. ""ch ...... nOllrj 4
Herbert Iluziartf, Pastor Sunday, Sept. 13th., Missionary Smith, who are laboring for -Shirley Ann Harley, spent the week-end with Mrs. O. tember 4th., 1942. con'Plalnto 'II II"tint, 'u,,
dG ,,1'I I + t l Sunday. the Lord in the neglected back- rordlon Solo u.Linda Carradine (OKFICIAL =:1Iourt'lI J. Thomas, a to I the Value .,I." ::
mother of Dr. Brown real '
'lt' r ;Il + Sunday School at 10 o'clock, Accordion & Piano DuetLindaQ W. Brown As Cleric of -i 4t 103i.v {.ity or poruual,. .n,
IA SundRY School at 10 A. M. woods of Kentucky. Miss Brlghtwell returnedto AseAnr .t
I' Betty of Tur1k5
ti" Morning Worship at 11 The AR..e..m"
91 I ,,
t service at 7:30 Mrs. Edward, Mealtime A t toll!
y Young Peoples : Jacksonville morning ciittrrr ('(U.".. BHAI>FOHICOUNT M thq
1 ) t pastor will preach on "The Lord Morning Worship at 11. Special Ferris Tuesday > .Irl ea
effort will The Zoo-Ann Moore, *. liven
P. M. The Missionary KLOHIlJAl IV CHAN. bl'
y. I. 'V Is Our be on the after a week's stay with Mr. and 'MIYLoule Couosll the order. '
f Keeper. emphasis will placed be stressed. Regular Evening Wheel Ada Edwards, German C or 'lie. .,",
I 1\1rs..Louls H. Hill. Kent Galloway Plaintiff, 10th day I'lty., .
where God's vs. of .. '
Fellowship mraslcm fields
Meeting : needy Evangelistic Service at 8:30.: Come Song Ada Edwards Starlight Dorothy lirl7.Galtowy.. Defendant. Carl Jahn N"I'I.bo., ", .L''
nil k, Evening: service at 8. Subject: true servants are preaching and for this popular, happy time of Waltz Gwendolyn l Shuford, Case ORDER No. OF PUBLICATION -. I.lorll. I

+ r "Paul on his way to Rome." teaching. Special opportunitiesto ulnglnjf the old-fashioned Gospel Spanish Dance-Barbara Moore, Baptist Church AND NOTICE TO APPEAR This I. NOTIC.
to give the Lord's money STATE OK FLORIDA to Dor. cerllt
Swallows- :
and to hear Accordion Solo The fits 1 Y I
a message my 'bot
songs Final
Susie Hazzard colored resident In the brief absence of the othy Mae '
afforded way pastor tit., ,
fields by
these are from the Word of Cod. Alvin Lewis Barcarolle from Lancaster, : :":;larJ.North mlnl..tr..tr of 1 Arc.unu"
q r rI' of Yet ewale. killed a 4 1-2 fool of a n additional offering both Next Tuesday we will hold another Tales of Hoffman (Duet)-Ernes- who is on vacation In Ala You are required to appear on art day F.ot "'lurk and l "'O\y 111 .
rattlesnake in her yard Monday morning and evening. This month "Settlement In I tine & Barbara Moore March bama, Sunday services at the October. 6th. 1942, In the abovenamed County O"lob.r.Jlld.. 1)b4 a!a
Meeting one Court and cause, wherein of
''Ft V, } afternoon. It had nine rattles. our offering will go to our own of the rural homes. This popular Grotesque-Easley Shuford Under Starke Baptist Church will be plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I Florida f..r. Final' DI..lalLuelna .
!wlt'e9ii, conducted at the morning hour by County Telegraph shall p'M1
: publish this 9.11 K
4t )
A aeries has had more than "warm The Double Eagle-Lou Edwards, Frith of and Order: In. next lour weekly Issues.: i 10'2 ,
\ \ welcome" by all who attend. Designed Rustle Of Spring-Gene Edwards. Chaplain Virginia, Witness my hand and official _
'_r 1s.r\"wr't
: t 'and at the evening hour by Chaplain seal at Htarke. Florida, this Sep V OTIt'R: :
.: ; CLASSIFIED ADS I especially and only tor the Easley Shuford Gene Edwards Sansom of Texas. tember Bth., 1942. To the IoIh"rlCf IIFJEI for
i people of the country who do not assisted Mrs. Edwards In I (OFf"'ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ot the. Slate' 01 Florld.pl'GRAY. brO ,
The Annual Associatlonal meeting As Clerk of said Court. 911 4t 10-2 II. "' :
come to the town churches, these serving ice cream and cake. lee Kno"'n. That
hf of the New River Association, .' .... .. l
sirs Ij FOR SALE Corona portabletypewriter. LOST---one $10 bill. Reward up meetings afford them opportunityto -- Ntale or p'tut1i1y; d "d'naua
COUNCIL MEETINGAt to be held with the Starke church NOTle K" I I notice hAt a '"
See Rev. G. C.
on return to William Thomp get-together. and have fellow
the regular first Monday this year will be held on October NOTICE Is hereby given to all )1N9RAL: :
Iti} Ij; Powell. It son Care Western Union. Itp, ship as they sing and hear an whom it may concern that Flora' win be held In ELR7yg<. \'
meeting of the City Council or 14th only a oneday'meet.- State for Dndtsr
McKinney Ouardlan
1. h d Evangelistic message from the as of Volley I I, .. loi.. on T1Io
,, FOR SALE-49-acre farm 3 miles LOST-Small female fox terrier dinances controlling the sale of Ing because of the difficulty In McKinney Incompetent will on the, November the lir., II",I.
Bible. This night'sSettlement 12th of t I !! "l
past Tuesday day D. 1942, l A r"TM >
west of Lawtey on State Farm dog. White with black ears and Meeting was held at beer and alcoholic beverages, getting gas and tires with whichto apply to Judge B.erk.A'Pe j.y erb"l. '?c '". 1I1 t U
I' r road. Easy terms J. S. Norman, answers to name "Frisky", See closing of grocery stores on Sun- travel. There will be three I County Judge of Bradford l County For Wp'i.JSS.. of Norte
Troy Bennett's. Next week'smeeting Florida for authority to sell .
f l 4 Lawtey. Fla. 9-11 4tp Miss Irene Hazen at Priest's 10 will be at Vernle Pre- day, and ordinances covering public sessions, morning afternoon and I private sale the entire Interest at of Stale of Flnnd0. I.
r the .t
cent store lip nuisances were adopted after evening, with noon and evening said Volley McKlnn..y. Incompetent 'tV"ntY''lIh'h" Cot'"
FOR SALE!-Horses and mules. vutt's.CORKKtTIONs. In the 'following described real, the StRlo.
being a p p r oved at a previous meals' served all attending the estate, to-wit: For H.pr."nluIIV8.
H. A. Prescott, 3 miles south of STRAY 1100 In my field. Owner It was Incor meeting. All merchants or ven- meeting. Section:: HW'and N'Xi( of SRV Cnneresslnnel' DhtrieighthotFngre ,...''It.

Starke on Road 13. 8-21 4tp may have by Identifying and rectly stated In last week's paper dors In Lawtey will be advised Range 21 29, Bant Tnvn.hlp containing. 6 South 120 a Int lilt.

FOR SALE New missionary paying expenses. C. Letsch that them meetings are for the completely of these ordinancesand LOST OR STRAYED-One male, acres, more or leas. also Lots 1, For/Stales'J'hr.., lit
Starke. 9-4 Men included and 3 of Block 10 Sampson' Jnstlr,
2tp women. are as City 01
strawberry plants. Pete Crlffls as to what Is expected by hog, solid black with long tall, Section 4, Township, 7 South, Court 0' the Stan of 11.1
well as boys and girls. In fact, the Mayor. Strict enforcement unmarked. $3 reward Mrs. Ida Han Re 21 East. All of said lands For Two ltaliroRd .
Rt. 1, Starke Fla. 8-28 Cu4o
4tp DID CORP. KAISER ((36th Dlv.) lying and or the State
Nai these for the whole being In iiradford ot
rl Silt leave a violin in valuable case ate family. I will be Insisted upon by the City Sweat, Rt. 2, near Union Church, County Florida. For One .N..r( Florldo 01 tlMo,
FOR SALE 80-acre SO And good response Is being shown Which said n..pr..ntllllv..
farm Council.
with anyone In Starke to be returned Also approved was the Hellbronn Springs. application will be Florlcl" 01 ,lit t
acres cleared, 2 east of by all. based upon Petition now on file In '
i'' oft to Alice Fernandez Lan retention of the present 12 mill aid Court. This September 10 For F'lv.. County Coaml
Brooke Two sets buildings sing:? Anyone with Information Next Wednesday, Prayer MeetIng levy and salaries of all city officials iv C'IIU..T. ('O"RT HitAi IX >PoniCOTNTV. > 1942. For Hoard Two M-m/o..r./ of' 11.' ,
good fence.-L. W. Sowell, at 8:30: P. M. Look Flora McKinney Ouardlan. lie Pn/oll./ In"IIIe(
i" 1 concerning this Instrument up a are to remain the same. : T. Frank, Landrum For ellnelnble In and
Brooker. 8-28 4tp 37th verse from the Bible,. and Efforts to collect long delinquenttaxes I Louis. C. Oobron Plaintiff vs. Atty. 4-11 4t 10-2 lowing Justice, Dllt.I"101" I
please notify USO Club No. No. (
11 IMilan F Oobron, Defendant. Case 1.
i I for our Chapter Summary study will be made Immediately. No. 2161. In Tent I
( ) or Mr0. Lansing It ninny W'hnd,
HENT- -room house with NOTrV K" I
-work on Book of Esther Chapter These lists ORDER OP PUBLICATION1ANI hereunto sat my hand
are being placed in the Notice Is 11II,
hereby given that the the
two screened Great
porches, furnished NOTICE:: TO APPEAR Seel
%, p hot and cold water electricity. IF YOU WOULD BUY' OR SELL One. hands of the city attorney. 8TA7B OF FLORIDA to: Lillian of City:.Starke Assessor Florida of Tax., will for meet the with City this Florlda' atfl Takhasr,tho"t tk,
F. Gob rnn Number 15 Walker Itst of
ti + On Road 68 3 ml. west of milk cows, stock cows, beef The Senior Young People elect. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y of Street. Wext Homervlll' .. Man" the In City Council of the .nl Mayo the office
of the
Hampton 7 cattle, stock bulls ed officers last week. Results You aro required to appear onO..tob..r City Clerk of (SEAL) ft.
i ml. south of Starke. or hogs get Tampa spent several the City of Starke, Florida at 8:30: !
sr 4 -L. J. Wynn Box 62, Hamp In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., of the election: Irene Prevail, cently with the of Mrs.re- named Court 5th. 1943 and cause In the, wherein above o'clock P. M., September IB. A. D. To Hon. A, 0 Androll.8.,11)'

l, ton, Fla. ltp Box 247 Staike; Box 204 Lake president; Evelyn Edwards, vice- Mayo Mr..and Mrs.parents J. H. Moore. County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall, publish Bradford this. complaint.1942 for the and purpose receiving of nearing testl- Sur'.ftfift?! ('ount,.
president; Evelyne Warren sec
::1'f ; City; Telephone 481 Lake City. They plan to leave Tuesday for Order In next four weekly lecuee.Wltnsse rp.p ...
i FOR RENT- 2-roora furnished Auction market 'every Thursday retary-treasurer; Mrs. J. P. Wy- my hand and officialcoal apeaet-- -- ---- -

'l apartment, upstairs. Adults i on all classes of live stockat rick pianist. New cation.York for several week's va at 7th.Htarke, 1942., Florida, thin Septombor EVERY BRANCH OF

preferred.-Mrs. O. P. Wad! Lake City at 2:30: P. M. The Women's Missionary Society Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
worth, Phone 2, Hampton 5-8-43 elected officers Tuesday as and Mrs. Jack Balles of An Clerk of card Court 0-11 4t 10-2

: rr ____ .. .,. follows: Mrs. W. F. Moore. President inir West Mrs.Palm Maw Beach W_. ._.ll are_.. .mnthafMrs. here___.._visit-. n# IV "Ol'IfT OF ('O"'>'TV Jl'IMJF.IIH4I '.
---- .
: Mrs. II. B. Arwood, vice. n 6 KOIII) ('o'r'I'A'I'.J:! OK 3ndUranCeH.
COMPLETE president: Mrs. F'E. Fuller, FI.OIIIII4.
LINE OF MILITARY secretary -
In Estate of
Cooter Is In the
i6f ; Mrs. H. T. Bennett, treasurer Army! 'Cooler'Wooten C. __ SUPPLIESFOR ; Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck, pianist. Is at Blanding ,and has a Notice la. hereby given, to all
brand new uniform. Looks whom It may concern that An the
THE SERVICE MEN OF; CAMP ISLANDING World-wide Day of Prayerwas heavier. pounds 11th dav of Octnher A. D. 1942 M.
f observed at the Baptist 'Cooler Is, as yet, un- F. Wiggins. shall present his annual -
WE OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND aralgned but hopes to become account an Administrator of
.r Church on Labor Day morning. connected the estate of C'. O. Wiggins deceased C. WALLAgency
It FRIENDLY SERVICE Nine persons, came together to with the aviation corps. to the Honorable E. K. .
3ti y Mrs. Lee Cotton and two small Perrvman, Judge of said Court, an
pray with the thousands of Judge of
Probate, and ask for their
P. S. STORES Inc. Chrletlans all over the globe. children of Jacksonville spent the, approval. '
weekend with her Dated September 9, A. D. 1042. 1
r It was wedding bells for Soldier parents, M. F. Wiggins, Administrator.
;l TWO SERVE YOU John T Garvln and Miss Sarah and Mrs. C. Dlnklns. 9-11 4t 10-2'

*! Blanding Center Bus Station Jo Johnson,* both of Texas now Crane Two military officers, Sgts. iv! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Constant Service Over 50 Years
and Short, of the '' .
residents of Lawtey, last Saturday First rOI'VTV. FLOHII A| I.V CHAN
it ; And 115 W. Call St. ; Fighter Command of Jacksonvillewere CKHV.
I Starke, Fla. afternoon at the Baptist parson Alex Klein. Plaintiff vs. Hazel
age. In a quiet wedding with I, In Lawtey Monday night I Klein. Defendant. Cane No. II4G.I .

'l i r M Soldier Fred Davidson and Mrs. add'esalng a meeting at the Law I ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR +- Please Phone 116

Davidson" as witnesses the bride .

MESSENGER BOY and groom were made one. Con I

gratulations.. and Mrs. Gar \
'WANTED vln!

In the offing-Promotion Day
> Must He 16 Years Of Age Or Older In the Sunday School, Sept. 27 Says Army PersonnelIs

and Annual Church-Family Supper .

F. Must Have Bicycle & Election of Officers Wed

t Sept. 30. Plan for this big
Good Salary and Opportunity For AdvancementSee event!

T. A. May RUN Off CANDY Welcomed at MickeysExtending.

Lawtey had Its first taste of

Western Union Telegraph Company military boom when soldiers
descended upon the town Mondayand .a cordial invitation to all service men

Tuesday. A number of troops make Mickeys their dining spot during the lime lid

being bivouacked near Lawtey STEAK are in this area the management of this weIl.kllO
were forced by the shortage of
I water, to come here for that very eating place has'prepared a series of appetizing mesa

1j+, h necessary commodity, and while that will satisfy both service men and civilians\! I

PALACE THEATRE here bought all the candy !in the quantity and quality of all the dishes.
town. There was a real shOrt.
age of candy. Monday afternoon. Operating on the business policy that good

JACKSONVILLE Several places of business reported well prepared and send

Y' 4 DAYS STARTING MON. SEPT. 14TH they were completely sold generous portions i at Mular

., out of a number of Items Monday will: :appeal l
BOX orncB OPENS it A.... night and with $ prices
a replenished
',1 t by stock Tuesday the same thing } 25 all who eat out regular!?

{ +1; t ADULTS ONLY happened.business and This it was was appreciated.good clean: T-BONE .. just management once-in-a-of"the Mlet re t H!


I' GIRL AND BOY OVER It SHOULD SEE: The music students of Mrs. knowntion re

Will Edwards were heard In recital WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL FINE STEAKS and widely

AWAKE AMERICA! Thursday afternoon Sept. 3, for ;Mickeys.
and all pupils showed a marked "We want every *&

i Improvement since their last re welcome
OPEN YOUR EYES! man to feel

.' ;y OPEN YOUR MIND! cital.Mrs.! ; Edwards announced at this CUBE at home here at >W

( OPEN YOUR HEART! time that Miss\ Easley Shuford STEAKS 45c whether he buys a.tu''

SEE ... SEErtil3t has been awarded another Sher- inexpensivePLANK
wood Music School Certificate coffee, an

Mary Lucite Darley and Jennie STEAKS FOR PARTIES plete meal or a more.*
Lou Relic 50 la carte order,
were welcomed as be. UP TO rate a
ginners. i3uckhaltl.
r Myrtle I..
h Alvin Lewis entertained the ager. "Due to our

>; guests with several popular num- location here at"t ei

.YsX Bus Lines terml cil/.

n Serving ding Center we: *!

SEA reached convenientlyFresh ;.<4 (
r ? any p'"
Y Vegetables .. quickly + *
+' % Mk'w own_ Our courleoaefficient /
Home Y>a'""
Parker House is list3M r

service that

lataa+f5 Specialty Rolls And Pastries to all. the

IncludedOilnow re..
f e a u
NO being
FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP Mickeys areorites such.old

as H unitarian,

AND OYSTERS COOKEDTO lash. paprika fried ch

54 _- 1 (, I SUIT YOUR OWN OUR POLICY, IS a:dameailb;: fcdtoa-J i: :sp:,

,'1 _, I PERSONAL TASTE ALWAYS. TO SERVE THE BEST aapppetizi ous other dishes dlisbdte: II l'



t 8S NU c.UILOK&HliDE.: / II WILL 8& ADMITT: >
In Park Theatre Bid?.

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