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 18, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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|)n Center and for BRADFORD COUNTY Home of the J'P\}

ISLANDING TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries J ,!

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_ Official County Publication Established In 1877BTAKMB. 'I

:o.1 TY-I'"Oun :. FLORIDA KHK>A.V. 8t.ITK.MHER: :: IH. 1942 *

y Killed To City USO Gives Drive$100 Tornadoes Play IATLe Health Center Open 4

Upon request of Jos. E. Wilson
tuineiltliscultS Rev. G. C. Powell and W, H.

Hart representing team number

4 in the campaign to raise funds:!, LuncheonFor
the City Council Tuesday night Next FridayFootball

donated $100 toward the USO

L died Instantly from drive now in progress here. practice Is now under Officials 'a

his brother- Resignation of Mayor N, D. way at B. H. S., with the first .
,5 and
>ands Walnwright now in the Armed game scheduled for Sept 25.
Js at the
At Noon
Lath in a Lake Citym Forces. 'was accepted and resolutions Principal Foster Shi Smith and :
slashing of theIn of appreciation for his work Coach Woodrow Riser have succeeded f ,
the result of a during the past two trying yearswere in arranging a full schedule \ .\ luncheon m r\ed by the
| as a expressed by the Council. for the B. H. S. 1942 football 4 Sla..k.c>l"an'" (Club will beheld
their Sunday '
[ret 1 over nt the Health Center 1
season, with one exception. They at
occurred at Two ordinances were I c '
o tragedy pawed by have a tentative engagement for 1 r I'. M. today which will be at-
two miles west of the Council: first, one regulating .r .
Palatka to be played here November tenileil by around 40 prominent
licenses of businesses of all kinds .w
13-If Palatka doesn't already rcurene>ntMtl\Mt, of the Federal "t
to J. B. Rowe, jailor, In the City and secondly, an have an engagement for that I State' and local go\rrn-
had quarreledthe ordinance authorizing the issuance \ .... well .
s-ln-laW date That la the only date that mcnlM tut repreaenluthen -
day Sunday but of 160,000 in water certificates Starke has open, Coach Riser 6t of (hoarloiw coopemtliiK -

I 11 off". At dinner, to finish the sewer-water said. The approved schedule fol.: :. :41 t.. aenrlet| of the City
hen Johns' wife (Har- projects now nearing completion. lows: .turning the speakers| Mill\ be
burned the bls- These certificates will be Issuedt'or' I Ilea It. A. ireen, (
had Sept 25. Baldwin here; z W.v ''+wr+awea"C 'engreea.|: '
t started up the old the purpose of repaying thesponsor's Oct. 2, Green Cove here; Dusts from the State at Large

ialn, Johns fueling be- obligation to the FW A. Oct. 9. Lake City, there; l>i'. Henry llani*..n, 'Htata

Jweie burned and Har- Oct. 16, Gainesville, here; 11-ullh Officer of Jackonville. | "
that theY' were all Oct. 23, Alachua, here; and l>r. Miilcoiu. Ford Director ;
New Division Oct. 30, Hastings there; II of the new Health Ontcr.OM .

films ran Harris aroundand Nov 6, St. Paul's School, Jacksonville >II house ,,11It.\ .* hehl from *

[ slashed his jugu- here; The handsome nw 1> ; preen health Center, Stile. luncheon hour unlll 9 0'
pictured above will t
d''elklttPcI l .
Settled In today with appropriate clock I'. 1for the benefitof
dth his knife. Harris Camp Nov 20, Jasper, here; ceremonies. and the building Hill bo op-nr.1 this afternoon "
(Fruity) for
ln.p.iton the Hume
I desiring to the
| and shot a load Nov. 25 Lake Inspect
otgun II I Butler here. public. building, ul.l.l will be headquarter* lor She I..C.U branch ..f the ISradfurd-Clay health (....11..1'.
10 shot Into the right On account of
The Seventy-Ninth Infantry: the fact that Unit wa made powrtble by a grant of *30.00 from the Fisloral
<< gov""Qlurnt. It l Is of
him inrijirla iniKli-rn. concreteblock -
chest, killing no one knew Just when the -
was treated by Division, commanded by MaJ.. Gen. : building would be for new ronxtrprtlon and connlM. pf two runic n'om", five office., tm uniting! !.....nm. a n.nr...
Ira T. Wyche and the newest I ready occupancy room, an emergency room, a utility room and M apply room. The mo Vrn Brief HistoryOf
j Parks and taken to the and therefore when Mul.m-til, | inrlldcs apparnttss -
[Hospital, Lake City inditlon. outfit to move into Camp Blan- school would open, the first two for the examination' of blood urine and bu aeriologiral/ l 1M'Chnt'n., a motion picture proj.pti Unit Here I

ding, has already acquaintedItself games were scheduled before and a small llbrnry. The confrrt-nc room will b. eiUH.l, |, for ahoving nnlo |In dl&| >!light! hour

survived by his wife with its surroundings, and school opens. Coach Riser, therefore and will eat approximately 80 people. At the pro lent time only tMiMblr.1 of the i-qiilnmriit U on The llradford-Cluy County !

hlldl'en Funeral ser- plunged of Into an intensive pro- Is a little perturbed over the I I band, but th. remainder, will be inntalli-d. within Hi next feft weeks. Health. Unit, now occupying Its fine
gram combat training-with new home Church
on St.
held at the graveside possible outcome of those games.
emphasis on offense. I established In 1941 as'a
Practice Is held April
|in Cemetery Tuesday every
t 11 o'clock with tiles the The"Lorraine Seventy-Ninth Division" known In World BIJ except Saturday at 4:30 o'clock I' Efficient Staff Of Bradford Health Unit joint counties.department Conditions for arlnlng the two an
Williams officiating. and on Saturdays at 10 A. M.
War I, was reactivated only two 'the result of
large military establishment
jtnts were In charge of I "But not as many of the boys --
months ago at Camp Plckett Va. are coming out to 1 In thin area made imperative
practice ascome"
Jones. The deceased
The second infantry divisionto k the formation of a health,
6\e of should the Coach said -
Oorgla, and had yesterday
enter tie gates of Camp Blan- i' "Those who agency In order that national de
for are comingare
|Lawtey nine years. ding in the past month the, fence might not be impeded and
doing he continued
Seventy-Ninth was preceded by "but the same ones must come I IL Federal, state and local govern-
ation Tower the Twenty-Ninth Infantry Division every day", Some come one dayand ment agencies, a I 11 I contributed

Of Interest and the Sixth Calvalry Regiment others the next and still funds for Its operation Army
j ; the latter organizations others are working at Camp Blandin& II __ r and Navy officials h ave givenwholeheaited j

plane observation tower having Just completed their missions and have not yet been out __ cooperation to the ,
In the Carolina unit In its efforts
maneuvers. to raise health I
to -
Blandlng Center con. a practice. "Three weeks is not
I be Originally activated a t Fort I tt tandiirdu In this area. !
the time
most talked-of enough to develop a team",
I Starke. People 'fromf Meade Md., in 1917, the Seventy- the Coach t>stated and seemed The battle aims of the department '

life, men and women Ninth played a decisive role in somewhat worried over. the pros i are to prevent sickness and .
gu'ls, are continuing to the Meuse-Argonne offensive. Recently pects of the first two games. death from communicable din-. '
ephone H. A. Carlton. a number. of .men who .*... and Increase. tbe health,, I
fcrver, at the Bradford fought In France with the Sev and efflolonay alt& cltlsens.

legraph for' convenient enty-Ninth. Joined the Army Late RegistrantsGiven 'rh. present outstanding activity -
.enter the already-large- again and are now with their i of 'the organization Is its

jiff local civilian army of old outfits-ready to play their fight to control venereal diseases.:
I observers. part In the second "big push." More Time x S1t Early selective service examinations
i Ih showed that approximately

Ian 75 persona have ,al- Forest InstituteTo 11 percent of the young men of
jticlpated In this pleasant In a communication to the Bradford
County were Infected
table pastime of learning Be HeldA Telegraph yesterday Wm. L. I>U. MAIXXUVf : JOIINKOY.' special wit vyphllla, Thin I I" a disease
planes and preparing to Duke, area tent supervisor, said; rector <;of be unit, that Is hard to locate and which
for the unit, but hail
nervy attacks.the Forestry Training Institute "We have received Instructions of the University of I I !\II.I.OI.VN!! INMAN. clink must be subjected to long and
six I days from to help owners of.timber landsto from Washington extending the partninnt of M<-<. "" rlctro with the nurse for the unit I I" o xruihiate precise treatment before its spread

through Tuesday" In- take fullest advantage of the time of registration within our commission MA a
1 flights which Included high prices of forest products area. In the Regular .. the ruining lat !Macon, flu !She' Man formerlyFFllt.t ravage prevented.A .
i have been reported to while at the same time conserving !"There will be no objection to United Stale Ila.o.... roiuliirtrd nurse for Bradford County: health department supportedby

motion Center In Jack- forest resources' for future receiving and filing registrations vire. lie bait been Hoard of Health I anti did industrial nursing, during". public funds hall been found

|These numbers added to demands will be held in the subsequent to the final date unless Florida !State Hoard .. of the tracing ] the building of Camp Hhui.llng.\ the most effective method of wagIng .
ghts and 89 planes re-: courthouse in Macclenny on next the failure to file was deliberate be director of the hitting contact with' 1 I f Him aMnlHlM In the conduction of war against venereal disease,

first three days make Thursday Sept. 24. at 3:00: o' and done with intent to IN. responsible. for and following :'rail clinics, both In C'luy and Hnul- and In this year alone, the Brad
f 214 flights and 235: clock according to announcementby evade the act. All late regis- tion of all work of treatment. He also up ford) Countlen.JAMKH ford-Clay Unit has discovered and

Sported during the nine B. R.' Burned of Macclenny, trants will be required to submit supervises all h treated 200 case of syphlll and
conditions w h I o
post had been in opera-' secretary of the Suwanee District evidence that the late registrationon UN auitplce, the 103 cases of gonorrhea Its clinics
l of
gh Tuesday night. Forest Farmers Association. their part does not fall within this department he spread ven have administered 0.284 treatments
1 h-
and j
ers are still needed to' This is one of a series of similar this classification." dlsoane" control suggests and have taken 2,007 Wa -

Ides. The more volun- Institutions; sponsored Jointlyby All persons falling to register EHcambU and Santa serman teats sine January 1,

Ured the fewer 'hours the Forest Farmers Association before midnight Sept. 15. should health department I ..."' _. ...s.q 1042.
Till have to work. Bat.d Cooperative and the Florida register now at the earliest pos ', 'Jj.11'', Clinics. are held twice e a c h
Sundays are especlfult Forest & Park Service. Latest sible moment llr. Duke stated. USO'Dinner .. .r..J. week In Starke and once in Law-
I !,:
to fill. If anyone methods in forest management, Next Tuesday toy However, venereal diseases
time on these two days including how to select mark cut Green Optimistic 1 i are only one. class that are corn-

[y other-please contact and sell timber to best advantage All citizens of there."s I batted. All canes of communicable
pn. will be presented b y practical Concerning ed in USO activities ) disease reported by local

forestry men. will not be long until the Join In a dinner of ,, physicians are Investigated and i
/. Bacon Wayne G. Miller, of Valdosta, tide of war will turn in favor of new Director, ; 'measure taken t o atop their \
of the Forest: Farmers ftanl- spread. In addition, many clinics
Ga., secretary the Allies", said Lex Green and farewell to j I : IIOIIIIH, the new
I. Bacon. 56-year-old Association, will outline recent Florida's Con gressraan-at-large In order that all tary inspector, holds a It. H. degree are held\ throughout the county

rpenter died at Hamp-' forestry legislation. He will yesterday In speaking on the opportunity of m from the I'nlvrmlty of Flor- for Immunization against typhoid

fc Sunday at 3 P. M. of' explain plans now under way to present war situation. "If Rua- Thorne and ala and MUM formerly connected fever diphtheria and smallpox.
attack. His body was secure,payment yearly of 25c an sla'a line holds at Moscow and to Mr. Ware a with the Hay County Health Unit i 1o date 3.220 Immunizations have t
for burial by De Witt acre on forest lands under good Stalingrad as it now seems thatit with all the ait nunltarlun. Illit duties Include I been performed by the unit. A
| and and will describethe the of food and drink' regular clinic Is held in Starke
shipped to Tampa management will, and shatters Hitler's sum at Mickey's p' Ysz lnnpectlon I
r'ved' by l hU wife. Mrs., new Master Forest Farmer mer ambition and a stalemate Center Tuesday rfahlNlimenlH liottltng work. : each Saturday morning for this

peon, and two children. movement. exists until the winter season_If at 7 o'clock. A 4 Y liakerle, trailer camps) et4,.. to purpose. diseases! by
assured enforce compliant with provisions Many are spread
the German army doesn't get oil
f cleansed
of slate law. lie mean o Improperly
75 cents per plate. sanitary
and coal and steel-that will be
utensils and contaminated food
400 TO GO must be made HIM> Investigate complaints and
MORE the beginning. of the end for Monday. Sept. 21. sanitary nuisances. unit advlieoconcerning products In the various food-
Hitler", be continued. .
handling establishmentM. To combat
the bent. methods of
phone 6. No "
"American production now far this danger all such placesare
arke has raised $2,200 on a quota of $2,600 for exceeds the combined production nations will be i I correi tlon. I subjected to regular and rigid
,-0. of the rest of the world", he Tickets are on
Qs. E. drive believes said, "and American equipment tel"'., and Leila's and
Wilson chairman of cured before -I
o over the top but the last $400 will be hard to lossage In combat bears a less ,\ IIOXMKV: ,

most of the large contributors have been solicitede ratio percentage than that of any the health. depart unsanitary outdoor toilets fly
Rentals Are \
other nation in the world". He and mosquito breeding places and
remainder to from graduate of the De
of the quota will have come '
went on to speak of the superior rat-harboring condition. are In. r
W. T. Training Scoot and
of $5 and $10. quality of America's fighting men e vestlgated and provisions made
f you have not been solicited, do not feel that your and machines-"the most skilled to Mr. and Mrs. J. j of Public Health for correction. '!

'on I is unwanted. Mail it to Mr. Wilson or take it and effective in the world. The A. H. Kahr store consists& !Mary In vlilt-{Jol. s All persons handling food are
tion mile south ork
1 office. If you have already made a small do- Japs and Germans cannot long a and Mt'hc"I" for the required to obtain certificates t
which has
Road 13. i
'. look at your name on the bulletin board in frontnovas endure the Flying Fortresses". He ed into living; I <......11.." In the ron- showing their freedom from com- t
paid the American fighting men munlcable disease.I Regular '
and contribution compares
see how your ports the rental and rommunlc- rrp
others of your, means. If you feel then that you were the most resourceful and Kemper house on In the prevention of monthly Inspection are mash|
the best marksmen In the world. officials. that
to see
lOVe with Army
more Please do so. i Lt. and Mrs. I j childbirth and In ao- with
ne Rotary Club was favored Wednesday with a newly married best possible health restaurant owner comply

am staged by the YWCA-USO. which brought I New. Field Reporter ,. noke Va., at $85 I ,.., Her work In. the Correction law. of defects In children \

10 the members some of the great benefits thate : J. V. Edwards Jr,, of Brooker The following five It one of the main are much easier l and will

from the USO units in this community. Miss Is being trained this week. In the I, rented small a;> the unit. I prevent many diseases and unhealthy .

Reed assistant director of the YWCA. introducedMichael ,, office of County Agent L, T. ryman Court J Lt. conditions later In life.

Mosak of Miami, who gave an original Dyer. aa a field reporter In soil : Dodd Fadden; Capt.; Lt. and and \. ; Payments I MISS BETTY ORhKN.: H.....re-' The health department begins Its I Iguar.l
*ue. "I Am at t h. conservation work for Bradford of before the baby U born.
the USO". accompanied I Lt. and Mrs. R. ; received during the tary of She unit. In a graduate
r?; Raymond Hancock of South Carolina. Mrs.Evans County. He will take the placeof 'Sgt. and Mm 1 by Bradford BUS aol attended 'he M'Rte'om.- Expectant mothers are examinedat

of Chicago! told "What the USO means to William Strickland who was Mrs. O. T, Oliver of Old-age an' College. She has. charge of regular Interval and any condition "
Wives"' inducted into the Army in July, cottage at Trailer I I Aid to the Blind and record' and report and carries' I detrimental to the health i

\t the rid of the Rotarian remarked and his business will be to report and Mrs. Robert C. Children total. on the general office work for I of the mother or the baby Is cor-
program, one en the various crops In the fieldsof the unit (Continued on page eight)
\ everybody In Starke could have heard this pro-" Bradford County. s handsome trailer I I

*e wouldn't have any trouble raising that 2600. ,

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Science Hints At TomorrowFood Moody Institute's do !Is to notice that
The Bradford County Telegraph speaking to a OUr Lor4
j % for thought- of a nature that and he will group of
1'; Established 1877 Oa&4He91f Weekly Sermon readily
1k z: Jesus condo
did de
contained in
the imagination-was noi ii
staggers I
r Pl iQ .l 0. L. Matttteww ___ Editor and Owner kingdom Dean t
n an address by Dr. Charles M. A. Stine, chiefof He did was Inside of the t

i'' a Yearly, .1.73; "Kw: Month. ,
: among them for
"How Win Friends
Friday and Entered a. 8eeotk company before the general session of the of to Text-Ye do err, not knowingthe alone could lt Hlm, er 1f,
fnbUMbed m
1i ti'' ] CUuut Matter Weekly at the Foot Office at Btarke. F4Wr. American Chemical Society on Labor Day. and Influence People." scriptures'grandmother!.-Matthew 22:29.: their It and midst.perpetuated It,,e.ta.tOOd, '
u t My great thought
"The world of 1940 has becomean }
Ml already
: Faith
.; that tomatoes were poison. But rests on,
; .4i 4i.M ti Think You're Sacrificing forget It! antiquity" Dr. Stine declared. "The war nowadays tomatoes are both a Lord." We do well-Th"1 ""ty .

Irk is compressing into the space of months delicacy and a food. Why were search the Scriptures,theref*
Already ,little minot"grumbling has they formerly: forbidden 7 Merely we find the for 10 tb
,1 y a -developments which might have taken half way of 'a\VSUoa\
because they were misrepresented.It
fr i been heard over the prospect of meat rationing a century to realize if necessity: had not AFRAID OF IT? THEN TRY IT! is thus with the Bible. Rid

; > which seems just around the corner. forced the pace. There will be such im- This is the story of "Mabel the Child Who Was Afraid the Bible of its misrepresentations 'Mrs. Miniver'

i+ > But what a ration! Two and a half provements in fuels" Dr. .Stine said "that of the Dark." and tens of thousands! would see

pounds a week! I came across it when I was lecturing in Wichita Kan- In it the way of personal salva Booked At Florida"Mrs.
the petroleum chemist already all
f 1t before the war that sees ex- sas. While I was there I met Dr. Edwina A. Cowan direc- tion. .
; In Europe even ration. isting motors as out of date. Indicationsare tor of the Wichita Child Research Laboratory, and she V*,d Men try punning about the highly Miniver", one of the

would have seemed a luxury-not a that post-war autos will make fifty me the story. creation of the earth in seven ever filmed praised motion pine

kh People of those countries didn't eat that miles to the gallon." Mabel was a bright attractive child and was jolly and days. But manifestly it is a misrepresentation Florida and, will Rita be shown at

much meat in peacetime not because meat Dr. Stine further stimulated the imag- laughing during the day but when dark came she was of the Bible ac- Starke for six days Tbltl'el! !
but because they simply didn'tmake .haunted by a sense of fear. She would twitch in her sleep, count. The Bible says. "In the day. Sept. 26. etarthlg
was scarce, ination by asserting that "the highpressure and beginning God created the heav-
utter terrified screams. It was always about the dark. Seldom bas
enough money to buy it. synthesis of ammonia will take on an Why? Because when she was an infant she was ens and the earth Where can such widespread a picture res,.",

1 Lucky Americans !IOuI' standard of liv- industrial status that in terms of new pro- knocked over by a dog in the dark. The dog was large.and one statement find ?seven It Is Immediately days In that fol- critics and public alike aeclallll and ','

t. r ing-highest in the world-allowed us to ducing capacity may be comparable to the the child was terrified. lowed with: "The earth was (be- Miniver" broke all etLellnr*

-7'; accept meat three times a day as a matter of sixth i Later the dog was brought to the child during the day came) without form and void." office records at the Mwlc H
discovery continent lIe
a suggested and Mabel asked with did but theatre in Radio
it time for was to play it. She seem- Of course the punner does not City,
And comes
1:1Kittr.: !iP'i >f course. now half that the new capacity of fertilizer ingly made no mental connection between her fright and search the Scriptures. If he did The story Is a human !iJe

4 rationing we get away with ,two and a chemicals will be so large that the trends the good natured dog. This fear-complex'grew.' She was he would see that this earth was heroism in war-torn England

t.. pounds per person-ten pounds of meat a of agriculture may be completely changed not only afraid to go outdoors at night, but even to go into once wrecked and afterwards wasrestol'ed. co-stars ter Greer. Carson and,\q'
;c.r week for a family of four and even this while we will have glass that is' unbreakable the next room., The mother reasoned with her, and tried and he would be ashamed -
with fish and chicken. to reassure her; but Mabel was not to be reassured. of'' ever mentioning that the
:fp,, can be supplemented and will float wood that will not burn, The laboratory studied the case and decided that it Bible claimed it was made in *

t r, ; There isn't another country in the plastics and wood that will compete with would do no good to try to reason her out of her fear. The seven days. _

world where people know what it is like structural metals, and hundreds of new ma- laboratory decided to replace Fear with Liking. They The carper laughs at Psalm

a, to eat that much meat a week. In Ger- terials we never had before. asked what she liked best in the world. What do you sup- 34:20: : "He keepeth all his bones:

and Italy the people are lucky if they pose it was? Gumdrops. That was the key. not one of them Is broken," and
many Terrifying as the present world-con- The mother was instructed to place a gumdrop on a ha mentions that broken limbs
1 get a few ounces of meat and even our own flagration is, it is some consolation to be chair just inside a dark room which opened off a lighted and arms of thousands, including J

I allies are far less lucky than we. able to look forward to a post-war world in hall, and to tell Mabel the gumdrop was there. Mabel those of the godly. But his claimIs

u; Newspapers the other day told an epic which wanted it with all the longing of her childish being. She a misrepresentation o; the Traveling
science will
soar to new heights to Bible. Hall he observed that the
started to walk past the door but was so frightened that
three Russian
heroism .of -
of Anywhere
story make a fuller richer life for those who she broke into a run. She came back a few moments later first chapter of Hebrews quotesten In Any War

.F'"L r'' who filled their clothes with hand survive. kept hold of the door jamb, and peered within. Then she times from the Old estamentto carry your travel money ;ii

;' grenades and threw themselves to be blownto made a lightning snatch at the gumdrop got it, and came establish the deity of Jesus American
he would to notice how Eipnsi
: death under German tanks in order to Getting Action Out Of CongressThe pitty-patting back. The mother pretended not to notice. often Christ begin was set forth before- Travelers

:, '. r, stop a Nazi drive on Stalingrad. That is The next evening the game was repeated. This time the hand In the Ppulms. He could Cheques

our idea of sacrificing-not getting along biggest and loudest political row of chair was placed a bit further inside. Again Mabel ap- have referred to the account of signature Spendable identificatIOn everywhere upon
the'door Good
1942 was set in motion by President Roose- proached ; again she raced by. But she returned. our Lord's crucifixion in the until used. Prompt refund
week if
i'r r on two and a half pounds of meat a in less time than she had before. lost
Gospel of John and read that although or stolen. For sage htrt,
velt's Labor
Day speech when he told Con-
Each evening the game was played the chair farther the limbs of the two in convenient dcnonuiulioa,
:: Give 'Em Three Quick Toots gress to pass necessary inflation-control and farther inside the dark room. At the end of ten days thieves were broken by the sol at nominal cost

legislation by October 1 or else- it was placed against the far wall. Mabel walked slowly diers, Jesus' limbs were not

The next time a speeder passes you on Some Congressmen already smarting toward the gumdrop, seized it, and raced back. Bit by bit broken. No, this Is not a pledge Buu IWARBO
she gained confidence. The gumdrop was left on the swing that the bones of devout men
? the road try giving him three toots of your
under the criticism that has
'f''i' been heapedon on the dark porch. Mabel got it. The fear-complex which shall not be broken, but a proph- 'i TMd\ & 10WISM0IIT
j horn. them in recent months yelped that the had been built up in her began to wane. It had been replaced ecy that our Lord's bones would SOlO) {

41 1 The other day a radio announcer told President was trying to force them to act by something she liked.A not be broken, and even Roman I \ \ I\fI5E\ pORYttt

;.: about his success with the treatment. lie at the point of a gun-that he is tryingto splendid suggestion for m"'"ers. Not only is the psy- ooldlers were not allowed t. nul- t\'lf.\\ O'ltRlltJ.lK1

l '' was driving along at 30 miles an hopr when assume the of chology of dealing with fear w !gable for children, but it lify that Scripture. *
l powers can be used by adults. If fear Frequently we hear an attemptat
'' you anything replace fear
a car went whizzing by him. Realizing their frenzied 'yelping falls on deaf with something you like. It will drive out fear. Scripture quoting* which runs, AS A PATRIOTIC OTE

t, all a + that this driver was wasting gasoline and and unsympathetic ears. Most Americans Said Emerson: "Do the thing you fear and the death of "The kingdom of heaven Is with- Florida Bank At
l i'fi rubber the announcer tooted his horn three will fear is certain." Try it. in you." Men have built up'great Slarfe
'. say more power to the President! Let arguments on this misrepresentation. Member Federal Depoult 'Iiuuna
tray ; Mmes as. if to say, "Don't be a Nazi." him build Corporation
under This
a Congress and see if passage should be Member Florida National firoM

The car went speeding on past a second we cffh't get a little action. The shameful BROOKERBy I ming party at Hampton Lake Sat translated, "among" or ''In the l it :;;. :; 1J.7hrJtf .

nservative driver. That driver took up delay and brazen postponement of vital Mrs. Eldon Hardy urday night. midst of you.." All one needs to

e cue and blew his horn three times. Both issues until "after election" for fear of JAKE PERMAN ROBERTS, JR.

Batched as the speeder I showed he realized losing votes has galled Americans and Mr. and Mrs. J. );'. Roberts announce

what it was all about by pulling to the arrival of a son, Jake
caused them
to lose
no small degree of faith Perman, Jr., on Friday, September lHlptliln91
k'' the side of the road and it for '
k taking easy in their lawmakers. And it is indeed doubt- 11. 'in the Alachua\ County

the rest of the trip. ful whether a man who stoops to trifling Hospital, Gainesville.

Y Whether It's three toots of the horn political considerations at a time like this Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and

,' or any other signal, it's a good idea for all deserves confidence or esteem. son of Hampton were visiting Mr.
's and Mrs. M. M. Hazen
of us to have a way we can express our They had their chance to act. They Mr. and Mrs. Larson MIntz and

lwl resentment against any one "speeding as chose delay. Now if it takes the point of a daughter of Jacksonville were recent .You can

,, ; usual" these days. Since the three-toot gun to make 'em get down to business let guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee

signal has been started let's carry it on. 'em have it, we say. Gainey. it
Mr. and Mrs Seth Roberts were time
visiting relatives In Lake Butler spot every

rn-t; : home of Mr. .and Mrs. J. G. Cald- Sunday afternoon.
: Florida State Farm News well. Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. R.,
'.''d'7 : Mr. and lira. B. Henhfleld E. Hazen were 8 hopping 1 In rr :TAKES special skill to make a thing good. It takes p

.; went to Jacksonville Friday to remain Gainesville Thursday.
J skill make
i f : By E. It. bouvler i.' W. MABKIIAM over for the celebration of Mr. and Mrs. 'Roy McDavldand to CocI1-Cola-the skill that comes

BRIDGE CLUB Our community was shocked the Jewish holidays. son, Roy Jr., of Starke were from a lifetime of practice. There's a a
Mrs. J. M. Hembree entertained early Tuesday morning to hear Miss Betty McRae' of McIntosh visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. D.

the bridge club last week. that John William Markham had spent Saturday at the home of Dyal and Mr. and Mrs. L. Mc finished. art that goes into its making.'S"
suddenly passed away. Mr. her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Sunday.
Pretty containers of roses and Markbam was born at Romeo, J. A. Bouvier. Sunday they went Misses Mandy Mott and Willie /a y tE d
: marigolds were used about the Fla, In February 1877, and had to JacksonvUle, where Miss Mc- Mae Clemons spent Monday with In Coca-Cola there's a special blendof
rooms Mrs. L. A., Wiggins was lived here for fifteen years. He Rae entered the Riverside Hospital Miss Agnes Lewis in Starke.
''ri, awarded high and Mrs. P. D. Is survived by his wife, Lucy for training.Mr Mr. wholesome flavor-essences which ,
and Mrs. Marvin
Hazen of
Fancher scoored bin Mrs. Markham
g o and four children: Mrs
Hembree served a salad course Edna Scott and Mrs. Irene and Mrs. Ralford Browning Starke spent the week-end withMr. merges all the ingredients of CocaColainto

i %fr at the conclusion of tho game. Crewe, Truman and Robert Mark- and daughter Pauline, visited and Mrs. M. M. Hazen and I q
relatives at Brooker Sunday. Miss Mrs: J. C. Cone. the taste that makes Coca-Cola so
ham. The funeral will be held
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Eva Fay Galney, a niece, returned Mrs. Ralph Seville and childrenof
Wednesday afternoon t
a Alvin
%.4+!' Mrs. I* A. Shepherd gave Chap- Cemetery near Worthington with them for a visit. Gainesville were visiting Mr. uniquely refreshing. No one can duplicate it.

':t' lain Shepherd a surprise birthday: Springs. Miss Marjorie Davis 'of Starke and Mrs. James Cason and children -
it buffet supper Saturday night. Ai was the guest of Miss Mary Jo Monday. Little Ice-cold
t Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and Billy re Coca-Cola is more than just thirst
profusion 0 f early fall flowers Caldwell last -Thursday and Fri mained for a longer visit with
were used In the dining and llv- daughters Elizabeth Geraldine, his aunt and uncle. quenching is
day.Mrs. refreshing. The drink that
The Patsy, Mary flea, and Lois Irene,
ig room. menu consisted of .
left Wednesday of last week for J. B. Treadwell returnedto Mrs. G. B. Feagles and daughter
iti I t iced ilcken and fruit salads, open- their new home near Spartan- her home In Statham, Ga., Jaunita, and Mrs. A. Miller goes into refreshing energy. The drink whose
: sandwiches, sliced tomatoes :
W burg, S. C. Our best wishes for Monday. were visiting friends in Gainesville
rid avocados, potato chips, pick- quality sets it apart in delicious goodness.
ja and olives and hot biscuits. Ice their future happiness and pros Little Nolan Dobbs son of Mr. Saturday.
cream and cake. The honoree perity go with them. and Mm R. L. Dobbs had the Mrs. James Kitchen of Starke I *
wan' the recipient of :Mrs. C. M. Turney returned misfortune to break an arm in was visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
many useful -
gifts. Guests) at this most en- Friday from a two weeks visit failing from a swing. The in- Howard and family Friday. Wartime limits the supply of Caca.Cola.Thota times
joyable affair i with a sister, Mrs. C. R. Foster Jury is mending nicely. Austin Kelley of the U. S. when
were Congressman you cannot get It,remembers
Coke being first
In Knoxville Tenn. Mr. Navy, stationed at Norfolk, Va.,
1 and Mrs. W. G.
and Mrs. Lea Green. Dr. and Mrs. Strlngfel
Is out first. Ak for It each
visiting relatives time. No
JU M. .Jennings Mr. and Mrs. O. Buddy Davis returned Saturday low and Mrs. Ceo Manassa spent and friends matter
.. C. Richardson and Miss Arlene from Pensacola, where he has Monday In Gainesville. here. He says he likes the Navy, how shurt the supply, the quality of CocCoU
worked all summer, and will and wishes all his friends who are carries on.
Mann of Starke, Senator and Mrs en- Miss Wllla Jean Malone has
ter the University of to be drafted would Join him.,His e
Hal Y. Maine of Lake BuUer and Florida. been visiting Miss Wanda Pearcein
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North of Mrs. J. M. Bradley and daughter Starke since Saturday. one of the Brooker boys 1 in
Caroline and Mrs. the colors and everyone is proudof
the Farm. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish of
Whitfield and daughter. Helen, Lawtey him and wishes, him luck.
were Sunday dinner
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dudley and visited relatives and shopped In, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin }frs. Mac Hall, Misses Phylis !
.eon.. Ralph spent the week-end Jacksonville Monday. I Hazen Martha Lee Rhlmes,
with relatives at Lee. Miss Ruth Herahfield Agnes Rhlmes. Betty Palmer and
was the Miss
;, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Malone week-end guest of Mrs. Carle I Monday Jacqueline for St. Augustine Woodward, where left 'Douglas- Hazen enjoyed a swim- r'i$ 'L::
:]tra. Curtis Malone of Lake But Carnes In Jacksonville. she will :
resume her
studies at the daughter
+' I Sandra. of Hampton,
ler and Miss Willa Jean Malone Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch :school for the blind.
':, ; x, ,pent Sunday visiting relatives in and Bon, Gene, visited their old Mr. and Mrs. L. A. visited her parents; Mr. and Mrs.
Madison. haunts 'I Wiggins Gurney Crews, over the ,week
Saturday and
Sunday as and daughter Marie spent the
Dickie Odom of Jacksonville i.sl b I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. week-end 1 n Jacksonville with end.Friends of EdVlo1n..Malone will

the guest of Jean Cope. Ritch. Mrs. J. M. Maxwell, Mrs. be ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wig- pleased to hear that he 1 le now
: Mr. and Mrs L. R. Bristol left Ennis Bradshaw glna' mother.J. Sergeant Malonen d has bee
P.. Friday for Tallahassee where and little son. Ennls. Jr., spent Lander .Is at home for a transferred from 'JTyndall n"v>
,Tuesday in Gainesville
Mre. Bristol will resume her duties few days from Mobile Ala., where near Panama City to another
,',;i as a member of the faculty Garland Godwin was a week- he Is engaged as boiler Inspector poet near August Ga.
Id of F. S. C. W Mr. Bristol return end Starke.guest of Buddy Bishop In for Uncle Sam. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of

ed here Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Hundley Gainesville were of Mr. Lunch Ia
} Mrs., Rhoda Belk left last week guests BOmecblna 8peclal to look fOl'W1lrd
Misses I were overnight visitors bust- and Mrs. when It includes to (L .
Willa Jean Malone, Melba for her home In North Carolina i on Gurney Crews Fridayand Ice.cold Coca.Cola .1 the be.- _j '
ness in Spartanburg, S. C., last eralle. It fume lunchtims
Strlngfellow and Sara Emma but will visit for a short while Saturday. into refreshment aims ft1 I
crew spend a happy day visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox In week. Mr. and Mrs. H. ),I. Rlcharde The best is always the better
at the Lake Butler school Friday. their new home near I Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Randall and children. Jane,, and Henry,,
nit Mr. and Mrs. M. E.' Orlner burg S. C.William spent Saturday and Sunday at went to Jacksonville Monday. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY BY
the home of their OF THE COCA-COLA CCWANY
I I pent the week-end with Mrs. F. J. McGeehee of Ocala daughter Mrs. Mrs. Rlcharde and children ,will
,,1y J. Edwards W. Fish In Jacksonville. remain there for several days STARKE
at Melrose. is
spending several days at the COCA-COLA COMPANY
Mrs. Calvin BOTTLING
fu. Williams and baby visiting her parental, Mr. and Mrs.
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= Townsend tor their son and I lhth' Congress of the UnitedMlaten. Onlr In next tour weekly I...."..*. i
Witness my hand and official
OUR SERVICE MEN daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. For Three Justices of the Supreme neat ut Miarko Florida/ this Hrptemlmr -

M.. of .......t ronreritln Earle E. Van Alstine of Manls- Court of the State! of Florida. Tth. 1912.tlMFICiAI .
; OtJIea1th'1ey
ILrMrd I INrsde.rd For Two liallroail Coniinlmilonersof ( SKAI.1 ) A. Thomas
...., bare claw. ....... t.rle !< [ .9.1.t
.... ......t. aad ,.,..... .... .rad .. tw, tee Mich Speaking I the Ptatw' of Florida.For Aa Clerk of said Court 4t 10-3
-. bY brl.al.a In ...... asd ....... Mrs.. Ruth Dyal Mrs. W. E. One Meintior of the Itou* ofTtrprnntatlve ,
."" Irrat roost ...._.. of the Mtato' of IV' 'ot"nT OKKH ('U""TY n ..u" .. ,
rr.I the bor. war krrvrenra Rhoden. Miss Virginia Dyal and Florida.For IIKOMI coi 'r". .r..rN. 0.. ,
oleo ........... to write to tae 'HEISERjMEOICAfCONSULTANTi
.......are....... ........... eveale and ...."..... Miss Anita Hess were shoppingin q DR.rjrjCTOR G. For Five Two County M..nitMrn('omml..I..n..r.of the County In r"re I.UHIOA...:..tllt.. .. .
,,l I........, Starke Saturday. : Hoard of Public Inxtrurtlon. C. \Vlvtrlnn, deceased.
For t'onntabl In and for the following Notice la hereby given tn all
1 = The Ladies W. S. C. S. of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION'o: MANUFACTUMRS JtiHtlce iHntrtcta, vis: whom It may .concern that on the
about, another: surely would like to alt down to Methodist. Church met at the .1 \ No. 1. lath( day of October A. It. 11)42 M.
*poyrcomee from Fort Ben-I a good old Southern fried chicken home of Mrs. W E. Townsend -- -- In ToMlmony '''Wh.reof I havehervunto F. WlKBliia shall preeent his annual -
account Administrator' of
hand and affixedthe an
e Ga.w h er e Sgt. MorrU : dinner once more! They really are Tuesday afternoon. The subject PRESCRIPTION FOR' RECREATION -! and patriotic activity groups a8: treat HOI!.(;my aof the Htnto of I the estate of eC' O Wl I lnid.d -
been promotede working us-I have loot 33 for discussion "Consideration 1 relax together and I Florida, at Tallahassee the Capital, ceased to Honorable K.
all has j just was thin; the firm day of September, 1'errynian Juda of said! Court aaJixlice
rank Staff Sergeant. pounds; dropped from 200 to of Others." The Scripture lesson learn to know each other better A. P. 1942. I. of Probate, and aak for their
announced by 165!" Lt. Brownlee also bemoansthe from Romans 14th It Is no easy task to organize hourIIndustry Is Improving SUAL) ecrelrrU. A. C1TI AY, approval.
r was was Chapter.
bated .
A >
promotion y of "' .al.. September A. T 1942
A Safay of the 124thrred fact that he has had only After -tin; meeting Mrs. Townsend a fighting force as immense aa Inside teamwork by encouraging To linn A. O Aiidrrtt, AI. P. WlBclne, A4mtl'll..t..ator.8U .

which at present la ,ervlIS one egg since be's been In Eng- served delicious Ice cream and ours must bet 'armed with the outside clubwork. Sheriff, Mradfoid. County. 4t 10-1

!try.part of the Infantry land. His brother, Capt. J. W. cake.) finest mechanical equipment Music is often broadcast over -1I tit 10-80 -'
Service Command at Ben- Brownlee who is stationed 150 Mr Carrie Wynn :Miss Betty American Industry can produce. loud-speakers during work hours NO TI OII' (' ITY. FLORIUI ('''''::11-
I 124tb. a crack outfit miles from Anchorage Alaska There are grim days ahead especially In those departmentswhere This I* to certify that t have CERY.
Jean Adkins and Mrs. Gerald Ad-
The filed Final Ad- Alex Klein Plaintiff, Basel
i my Accounting us vs.
to be and there will be more grind than
.for demonstration pur- seems faring better In the kins attended the Cemetery Work- repetition of work might rnlntxtrutrlx of .he estate of Robert Klein IMfendanU..e No. 1145
school, giving *tuI food line. He wrote home last glory In the winning; of this war. lead to boredom and thud fa F. Clark ami will on the 6th ORT>EH OF PIIHL.ICAT10N
,t the ing at the Sapp Cemetery near of AND> NOTICE TO \PHUAK
week The and Navy tbe day IVtobor, 142, apply to the
Army ,
actual mating that he had
chance to see in Just New River last week tigue. Employees put on show County Judge of Bradford County, 8TATH UV FLORIDA to: Basel
a technique taught inUrns rotten up from a meal of roastbeef American people and American and stage pep meetings during Florida, for Final 1>11..."..rg... Klein Number 15 Holly St.. Brooklyn -
Ltlon the hot biscuits Postmaster Wiggins has been industry have all! shown they can L.ucln M. Clark. Adm'x. Kh... County Now York.
and written In man- and French lunchtime 9-11 It 10- You are tnulrJ to appear on
honor to receive fried potatoes. bringing some nice watermelonsto buckle down to do the Job. Employers help I arrange. for October 6th. 1S42, In the abovenamed
Quite an town the last few days. Even IX' INiriT <'I IHT. Court and cause wherein
olllotion In such a bang-up the five But how long* can we on the dances and movies for young people 0lrv.) ....8N''OR'1' plaintiff _..k. divorce and rentorMtlon -
Inman Green son of Mr. and pound sold fast. home front keep It up?. Will our on the nightlme swing shifts I ( fr.KYl.oulH of Maiden Nam> Jlrn .Iratlon.odler Everyone should attend 'the Kent Galloway. Plaintiff v. County Teloicraph hall publish this
Mrs. Lorenzo Green, seems to be nerves crack under the strain? who can't attend during "regu Dorothy May Ualloway Order In next four weekly liiauea..
developing Into picture show at the school house Caie No 3147.tIntIER Defndsnl.I I Wltneaa my hand and ottiuul
Bradford County Ser- a regular "Dead- Will there be "civilian! casualties"from lar" hours. I
Tuesday Or "' seal at Ktarke. Florida this 8cp-
who's making good Is Dan eye Dick" with the U. S. Marines every night. overstrain and tension? Prescription for Play ANT NOT1CK TO AH HE AH t.moer. th., 1.41.
has likewise been -look out Japs! He was recently Services at the Baptist Church Are You haling Any Fun? My prescilption for recreationhas HTATB; UF FLORIDA to: Dorrthv 1 (OFFICIAL LJourt.lI J Thomas,
II who next Sunday. Man ialloway. au North SL. As Clerk oC said. -i 4t 104KOTICM :
of Staff Ser- awarded marksmanship medal Part of the depends been
eel to the rank answer always to do whatever Lancaster JPennnylvanla.You -
He has been stationed at and baa been transferred from upon our ability to balance work rests and relaxes you most. ar. required to appear onOctober TO "Hleu"rORIl

Field and l Is now enjoying: Parrls Inland, S. C., to New THERESSA with play. Some people like physical exercise Court:Mh.. and 1942. cause In the wherein abovenamd Notlc IB hereby Blven to all

Lugft here with hla wife, the River N.C., where he will serve By Mrs. IL D. May Recreation !I.' the great balance and competitive sports. County seeks djvorro/ Bradford Mutate creditor of Charles and clalmHntM tl Phillip of", d..a..d. the.-

Lr Geraldine Silcox. At theof as an Instructor on the rifle and wheel in time of unusual physical Some like a good book. Someprefer Order In Telegraph next l four hall'...t"bU.h. this*. : ..,. to file your claim, dulyworn
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. M K
Ousley to with Perryman.
his vacation. Sgt. Hazen range. All that bird and aquir-! and mental str.... All work the stimulation of social Wltnexa my. ham anal official County Judge of Bradford County,
sons of Perrine are visiting MlM seal at'CI.rk. Florida, this Hrp-
o to Burbank Calif., for ad- rell hunting the s e Bradford and no play makes Jack and Jill contacts while others are rested trmber' lit h.. 1W43 Florida, within :!nrtb'D from
Ida Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. H. date, or same> barred by
d training at the Aircraft County boys used to do seems to dull people but. it makes nervous most by a change of scenery or (OFIo'Ir.I.'I.oII:1AI4) A. J. ThomasAe Statutes of Limitations. This AuMl'nnle -
D. Clerk vf
May. said Court. Hit 4t 10-X
be coming In mighty handy now. wrecks of them useless In the a movie. Rust 11th. 1141.
I. Mrs. Ethel Jewell and daughters : Phillips, KxecutrU.
-T;:; ;
battle of Whatever his (choice If left '
of Jacksonville great production. iv t inn IT RU t11FOHI 9-J 2 4t t-li
_ Lt. Milton Brownlee who It will be greatly appreciated were visitingher Today we have a right as well to his own resource the averageman f"'..>! %'.I'V. Kl.OIIIOtl IN lll ,>.
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. :11"
|been in the south of Eng- If parents and friends having Packham, as a duty to ask ourselves: Are or woman will find some Louie C. Qobron, Plaintiff, va. THE OLD RELIABLEIf
1 for about three weeks rewrote Items of Interest! concerning men we having any fun? thing to his taste and useful to 'l.llllnn F. tJobron D..t. nd..nt.. Ca..
Mrs. B. Burke returned Sun- No. 3151on I :you need a good laxative or cathartic
Jy his parents. Mr.. and In the service, will bring them Teamwork by Club Work do In his spare time. HER OF rnnucATiov
that he was to the day from Washington and other In give yourself ANn NOT If'K TO AF'l'tiJAIt to relieve headache biliousness,
fj M. Brownlee Telegraph office. Inter- American industry recognized any case an
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STATK of FI IRJDA to: LillianK.
Tug along: fine but said: "I esting letters are always welcome. parts.Miss Elizabeth early the problems Its millions of extra generous Injection of whole- flobron, Number IS Walker or that gay tired feeling when due te.
I Phillips, em- old and new workers would even- some fun to balance the 'extra Street Went OomrrvllI' .. M..... temporary cuastipation ask for and
ployed with the Southern Bell Ynu to
are required appear on
tually face as a result of the increasing strain of wartime. The chances Oitobrr 6lh. IV42. In the above be sure ;you get
GRAHAM HAMPTONBy Telephone Co., wan visiting her
strain of wartime pro- aie you will rediscover yours..lf.It. named Court and cause. wherein IIKRBINB
:Mrs. L. C. Smith II. B. WigginsMrs. father D. J. Phillips. Friday. plaintiff seeks dlvoroe. Hradford
By Mr. and Mrs.W.. D. Garrett duction work.Peacetime. Is certain you can relieve the County Trlcftrupli hall publish Ihla ALL DRUG STORES

and Mrs. Ancll Norman ando M. C. Sweeney and daughters and sister, Grace Dickinson were Industrial recreational dally grind and make a more

Kenneth Marlon and and Mrs. C. L. May and visiting in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. activities have multiplied. vigorous contribution to winningthe

of Rising, visited Mrs daughter spent the week-end in O. A. Thrower and Mr. Memberships have Increased In war Regular Plate

in'j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. and Mrs. Woodrow Thrower and hobby clubs on the athletic Try having fun Just for the
teams, and In dramatic outing. fun of It. DINNERS LUNCHES
Johnson, recently.and Mrs. M. M. Williams and Mrs.C. children of Jacksonville were

Mrs. Harvey Starling: L. May were shopping In visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelg-

Children, Myrtle, Mildred, and Gainesville Monday. ler Friday. Deeds Filed L. D. Vining and wife, Charlie GOOD OLD FASHIONED

spent Sunday with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Phillips and Lou Vlnlng, to L. A. Brown Sept. HOME COOKING

fi mother, Mrs. Lizzie and Mr. and Mrs. George Wif- children and Mrs. J. H. High- Willie L. King, a widow to 10; E. V. Priest and his wife

n i In Starke.and I llama spent Sunday with Mr. and tower of Lawtey were visitingMrs. Bud Allen August 20; John M. Nannie E. Priest of Clay Co., to 0._. VI _

Mrs. D. W. Simons of Mrs. J. L. Williams. Hlghtower's brother D. J. Seymour, a widower to JamesD. Jessie. K. Morgan Sept. 12.

sville visited Mrs. L. C. Archie Eiland of the U. S. Phillips, Sunday.Our Seymour, of Deleware' August N OE G EL'S CAFE !

i and family Friday. Maritime Marines, stationed at community was deeply 24; D. E. Knight and N. L. Building Permits .I

.. J. W. Starling: was visitingke St. Petersburg attended the wed- saddened to learn of the death of Knight, his wife, to Gladys Har- 222 Temple Ave. Starite, Fla.

Monday. ding of Mr. and Mrs. Olen Lev! our friends. Dr. D. P. Carpenter rington and Kenneth M. Harrington W. L. 1'ullum, Sept. 2, $150 to
and Mr. J. C. Manning, two of
I. C. Fogg, Mrs. C. B. Rob- Bedenbaugh Sunday Sept. 6. Starke's August 24 ; Bessie Griffin make a room wider on lots 1-2 I
outstanding citizens.
and Mrs. Llnnie McCullyMrs. Mrs. W. O. Sasnett of Tampa Keith a widow and sole surviv- of block 17 of the Livingston --- ,

J. P. Roberta and was the guest of her brotherinlaw ing heir at law of Ivan Sherman Truby & Co. addition; Ben Hall

I ion In the Alachua County and sinter, Mr. and Mrs. W. SUNNY BROOK FARMBy Keith deceased of Plymouth Sept. 3, $450 for convertinggarage THELMA'S PLACE

|tal In Gainesville Sunday. M. Norwood last week-end. Miss Araula Crosby Mass.. to Olivia Winslow Feller a Into 2-room apartment on

and Mrs. Bill Rivers of widow, Sept. 3; J. K. Douglass the H. C. Ritch home place on DANCING EACH EVENINGTill
and Mrs. Rivers of Mrs. H. M.' Norwood of MayoIs IIONORKD AT DINNER and Iva Douglas his wife to C. Call street; C. H. Nasworthy,

rods Ie spent the week-end spending some time here ith A dinner was given at the home tV Padgett Sept. 5; J. K. Douglasand Sept. 3, $480 for erecting frame 12 O'Clock
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of Mra Arle Brown Sunday in Iva Douglas his wife to Alva
I Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers. residence 20x24 feet on lot 2 BEER ON TAP
L Annie Ward was the din- and Mrs. W. M. Norwood. honor of her grandson, Pfc. Buren N Colson Sept. S; C. P. Chandler block 1 of the A. L. Alvarez ad-

gutst of Mr. and Mrs: Lon- Marvin B I r t la visiting his Brown of Plant City who Is now and wife, Sally Chandler, to dition; K. K. Perryman, September CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD
iMton! mother Mrs. W. P. Blrt. He has stationed at Moultrlville, S. C. Harrington Chandler S
of the Waldo section. Sept ; 4, frame residence on lot 11 EVERYBODY WELCOME
y. been hauling produce to the Among those who enjoyed the Joseph L. Harrell and his wife, of block 29 of Peek's addition-

Northern- States. day with him were: his mother, Lucy F. Harrell to Alice Brown house constructed.
moving already 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave.
fire S u lies. Bradford Miss Edna Dudley spent last Mrs. Margaret Brown of Plant (colored I, Sept. 5: ; Alva N. Col-
p p
iiy Telegraph. week In Newberry. City, Esta Johnson of Cleveland, son and G. B. Colson. her hus-' STENOGHAIUIEIW NOTEPADS Operated Hy Mr.! and Mrsr. U. F. JUighUiey and Son
Miss Ada Nlmmo, Mrs. Florrie Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hairtop! band, to Ina Douglas Sept. 8; 15o: each BRADFORD ...--- ..., ., "IT ---0.

Bell Brown and Marvin Birt were and son, Fred, Mr. and Mrs. Alton K. K. Perryman and his wife COUNTY TKLKGKAl'H.OTKH .

AUTO PARTS transacting business In Gaines- Dobbs and daughter Eloulse Lois Peek Ferryman, to Bonnie ...w ---- --.- .
ville Friday. Mra Inez Kelly and Don, Donald B. Berryman S e pt. 9'D.; E. \ OP KI.KCTIOI HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT
.0 TIRES, (WE HAVE Misses Hazel and Hilda brown To the Sheriff of Bradford County
Mr, and Mrs. Fate Brown Raymond Knight and his wife N. L. of the State of Florida: I HOME?
" SIZE), GENERATORS were shopping In Starke Satur- Brown, Horace Dyal Mrs. Knight, to Paul E. Knight of l<" It Known, That I, R. A.

S)I AND GLASS CASH FOR day.Marvin Doris Bealty, all of Starke, Mrs. New York City. Sept 8; E. K. (rill it Kin Y.of Hmmtary"Florida of du State hereby of give the PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR

TRUCKS IN ANY Blrt was transacting Mattle Covington of Jacksonville Peiryman and wife, Lois Peek notice that nUHNKItAf. STUDIO. WK WILL MAKE A-

OmON. business in Tarpon Springs Tues- Dorothy Normanof Hellbronn. Ferryman, to Bonnie B. Berry- b* held: l In! Bradford KMVTIONwill County,

Used day.Miss and Wayman Newlon of Talla man and wife Evon Berryman State nt Florida, on Tii'Hday nextmicrendlnir $3.50 Oil Colored PortraitOF
$2b:>> up the first Monday In
Lois Ditty was visiting
hassee. Sept. 8; Pearl Heln (formerly November A. T>. 1042 the ,saidTuMMdnv
friends and relatives in Willlston Carradlne) and husband HenryH. bAlnff the YOU. ONLY ONE TO PERSON
|HASKINSAUTO Mr. and Mrs. L Third Day of NovemberVor
over the week end. P. Ponds
Heln, to Eula M. Edwards ttrprenimatlve In. ('unllr."",
PARTS Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Alstlne children of Waldo were week-end Sept. 9;. J. H., Moore and wife. Ntete of Florida' at 1..1'... In BON-ART STUDIOS

P-ortli- of Town on Road IS purchased the Pollard pecan grove guests of Mrs. Ponds'parents, Ida Moore, toW.... H. Edwards, the the united Heventy-elahth Kt..t.". Con sr... of
I Monday from Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly.C. Jr., Sept 9; Security Homesltes For Representative of the Second 223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla
i 4'onicrpitHlonul' OlMtrlct of the 1
Croeby was attending to ,
Corp.. to Mary Hanko. Sept. 9; State of Florida, In the Seventy
busineso In Gainesville Friday

< i
Henry Howard of Georgia was

129 East Call Street visiting friends and relatives in

this section home Sunday.by his He wife was and accompanied THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR! Y w, ,rJ4'ut0

Ours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment
children.Mr. .
// T) //
and Mrs. Otis Crawford f/e cepti orJrr
were visiting Mr. Crawford'sparents :
Qtit I
Mr. and :Mrs. C. C.

Crawford of Lake Butler Sun-

From where I sit. day.Mrs. Thus spoke Patrick Henry to the First ,."/;"

Doris Bealty *has returnedto : Continental Congress stirring battle-cry for t -.:, 1

her home after spending a freedom that still moves the hearts of liberty. jj :" '
while with her uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brown of loving men. | t r

b./ Joe Marsh Plant City.Wayman. This i is what we're fighting for the' f il v I x'

Newlon of Tallahassee rights of free men to live and build and do the 'k. x 1 I
spent the weekend here with his ;
1 Y great and useful things that men can do only i rte

J.FROST dropped over last e"eAnd spakin of tasea..1 the read nine wife.Mrs.. Aria Brown left Mondayfor + when they wear no yoke the rights of free 1 ;'t'r '
we had
knt a glass' of beer on the other day that during
L ?Kk.P "h. I could see Will yean since beer came back beerbustin' Auburndale where she will ': men to enjoy the blessings they have earned by i -t+ I

to say something taxes hare brought In more than spend a few days with her slater !' their own energy and ingenuity. n.
Mra. Fronnie Johns and !
half billion dollars to family.
P ell." he finally remarks, hold- the two government.and s She has two sons who will go In Among these blessing is the privilege of

I(P' Ins glans to the light of the e service for Uncle Sam Friday.B. relaxing peacefully in your own home without
f > lun, "I paid my Income tax .. M. Johns will go to the Navy fear of of military
Gestapo or snooping slant-eyed
| J-third installment. Then it went on to say that the and S. T. Johns to the Army.

ere" beer Industry provides more than Mts. A. S. Crosby is spendinga policeman. This privilege is made more

F. that"'note of pride Will's a million dollars a day !in taxes. few days In Brooker with her pleasant by a grand and wholesome beverage I

red some folks might ha"e Some of that's federalsome's state, son and 'daughter-in-law, Rev.
called beer-which reaches the height of perfec
e Will. they dldn' and some's local. But any way you and Mrs.\ C. A. Crosby 1
.. tion in BEER the Drink of Friendship. ;
describe it, it's a lot of money. I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tindell JAX .

Right here in Florida for Instance and baby of Valdosta, Ga., were

IIn't amusing to me though. I the taxes from beer last : visiting Mrs. Inez Kelly recently. t.

pen to know this Is the first year were enough to pay for ten 4-

r Wdl'a tiled an 'InCome tax reengine bombers thlrty-fl fighter RISINGBy }

and I suspect the payment airplanes, or eighty-eight antiaircraft Mrs. James Norman ,{ Try JAX JUMBO t.

n'tvery big.>' guns.And .
I probably In the
Robert Norman of Jacksonville '' full 8otteThireinolimitontheanountIf1AXbeeravailabk.
low neighborhood WART
of W26Bu* long a lot .it
( it so ago
how it made him spent tbe week-end here with rel
feel... of that money was going into pock- atives. = I

.de him feel good. because eU of bootleggers and gangsters.) Mr and Mrs.\ Eddie Normanand But there is a hsnit on bottle cap*. bey JAX in quirts S
citizen doing his part a. an Amerl- e children Herbert and Jean- instead of pints to help Relieve the mbortMge cauaeJ by 'I\

? holding up his end. "There" I tho.Rht to myself ette. and Thurman Jones were t bettle-a.p rationing. JAX in th.eJu.Lo. bottle is thesine

:lade him eeI when I saw Will holding hla glass visiting relatives at Raiford Sunday delicie i sptu-kbng beer y eu'_ always known. ,
t proud to mall I If not to fumbo with friend !
money dIrect to Uncle to the light, "there are twothiarlthat's afternoon. you're going split a a ,

needed to win Samup this Americana tat pay their way... Mr. and Mrs. F. Crosby were .p .follow: these simple rule and the trptrmltlottle will 'il 1

ritb' Will Frost and beer." visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill .Red 4) keep( perfectly:

t' dish at Hellbronn Sunday. \ f4tIC3 I BEiR Open gently. Pour slowly. Replace cap tightly for .

that ? aJ' Will world feel Mr. and Mrs Earnle Nosman use a patented stopper). Replace in foe lion until you re i

..t lib'. to pay inceme 80e1"1__ Aee of Gainesville lost their home and ready for yo.r next !8rahiDIct-/! ri

kind of citizen he ia.46ol'Q everything that was In It as the i i I II

result of a fire last Week. The; IUWIN6 COMPANY I Jackfonv H I
I I1T Ij
&rie3 cause of the fire Is unknown. t I
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win in town from the State Farm pastor will preach. Subject J ; would I

. :tftkj: 1 SOCIETY and CLUBS Green-Walters Say it seems Jus' like goln'to "God Never Forgets". Please either help (teat, r

Last Sunday morning J. J. Jax now when they come to Fellowship meeting at 7:30.: the Committeeman t
------- services at 8. c
(, of Heilbronn StarkeTim Scott preparlnto Evening Subject: Jnunity
ti ,1 Green, formerly or tor]r
,4 of the U. S. Navy depart for the U of F an'seemin' "Paul on the Way to Rome". truck, or watch tbt
Rocco-Trotter Methodist W. S. C. S. \ Conway Springs, now the call 29 '
and Miss Loyola Walters of San quite excited over "Fatso has returned to Ben-

+ 4 The USO lounge of the NCC:: Met This Week Wednesday. evening. September Diego, Calif., were married at prospect Glimpsed Frank' nlnie. "Fatso" Bill Han-ell arrived Recent Births
9, at the home of Judge FrankDowling the home of Judge E. K. Ferryman Landrum u 1n' his terrace as !the
d Unit in Starke was the scene of Mrs. Titus Olson was hostess I totber Saturday morning at S A. M
t t at Macclenny Miss PaulIne Judge Perryman performingthe scene of a spaghetti supper much In and left for Mr. and 'MI'I
94' a wedding ,breakfast on Mondaymorning Monday afternoon to Circle One I is Swell idea eatin very power Sept Cl1i1&a!
Conway, daughter of Mrs. ceremony. Mrs. Green a night camp Monday. Plenty of action 13. boy
VS t for Private and Mm!,. of the Woman's Society of Christian Barbara Conway, of Jacksonville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. spaghetti by the light of the over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs,

sir's, i i iv sir Antbony Rocco after their wedding Service of the Methodist became the bride of Pvt. Leo M I Walters 'and came to Starke last stars-no one can criticize your Gene Edwards is the new assist Wilkinson, Lawt BPIIJ1en

I a B In St. Edward's Church. church. Mls Kate Struth con :Mlclette of Providence R. I., now week for her marriage. technique Spotted Lucile ant at the Lawtey weekly clinic Mr, and Mr& y. I

The bride was formerly Mary ducted the devotional service,, stationed at Camp Blandlng. Her I, Mr. Green ,,was reared by his (Mrs. Cong.) Green bicycling to each Tuesday. As,yet ha has 1.latheny. Starke WIUfRIII!! .

c: t d'" Antonetta Trotta of Llnhart Pa., after which Mrs. Olson reviewedthe brother and sfater-in-law, Mr. and I grandmother, Mrs. M. K. Smith' market tother mornln' broken no glasses. Never can gait 11

while Private Rocco before hl s last chapter In the study book, Mm. Lacy Conway, were present at Sand Hill Lake, and haw' been ---' tell. She gets slightly violent at

assignment to Camp SlandlngIx "Our Times." IiI the absence of at the ceremony, which was per-I visiting In the home of his aunt I Swell fun to watch for planes 11m....,.
+ ni lived at Monessen Pa. John and the circle chairman Mrs. W. E. formed by Judge Dowling.Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Smith at Heilbronn In the new look-out tower ,' ------ COMINSEPT
___ _: Pfc. and Mrs. Clinton E.
Nlr it J Nellie Rocco,, brother and sinter Middleton the business session Mlclette Is an employe at Springs-his first visit to Brad Leas Burns: puce Anacr" an Can-
of the bridegroom were the best was. presided over by Mrs. L. A. the Union Bus Station. They will ford County in 10 years. Agnes Scott among the mesdamesdoin' ady Stephenvllle Texas are

trrr I, man and maid of honor reapectlveiy. Davis, ana at this time the mat make their home In Starke, at He has been in the Navy two their bit Pat Lambe an'Dot among our latest military families /- 27TH

k cr, i 1c ter of Red Cross sewing was die ant, for the present. years and 'a half-was o n his Gray will take their turn arriving in Lawtey.
Leon "Let 'Er Go"
y1 i The bride wore a gown: of white cussed. After the business had ship, the U. S. S. Marblehead in Sunday Hear the boys from Starting: ThruocroetR
1a ; } t'. atln and lace.: A veil l three been disposed of the hostess served the battle of Macassar Strait in Camp Pickett really appreciate leaves for'Tampa Monday to con-

yards long covered the train of ice cream and wafers. 4, Mr A. W. Redgrave and :Mrs.D. the Java Sea February 4 whenIt Blanding Say its a big Improvement tinue in the employ of Fred How-', ; Z.\ti'
land Construction
Co. This
des t equal length. She wore pearlswblcD Circle Number Two E. Knight. was bombed by 37 4-motor Jap- Nice to hear a company -
,: t were the bridegroom's gift. Circle Two was entertained by The work of sewing and knit- anese planes. few compliments instead of gripes has a government contractin

Mrs. L, S. Hutto at the Church ting for the Red Cross was) presented They will make' their home in for a change Which remindsme that city. 1 I

f tii,+ Circles To Meet School Building, and the room I by :MUa Olive Ray who New York City for the time being. of an excerpt from a letter 1st Sgt. and Mrs. Chick Hill
stated that the of of Luling Texas are recent arrival 1 ,
71 where the circle was seated was quota garments Pat had recently from an ex- I r
Women' Society of ChristianService brightened by cut flowers and for the circle was 82. Mrs. Bertha Married In Lake ButlerC. Blandlnglte now stationed at Fort in Lawtey. Sgt. Hill Is

t will meet Monday afternoon potted plants Pearce will act as chairman for Monmouth N. J..: "Surely miss stationed at Camp BlandIng.
+?c L1 Red Cross sewing from circle B. Hyatt. Starke and Leila GARSONPIDGEON
4. at 3:30: o'clock at the I
In the absence of the circled being in God's Country and that
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94fr; ,h. Methodist church. Program an two. Some of the members promised ; Mae Crews Lawtey. August 29.: Metal Picked Up
+ t chairman, Mrs. O. C. Powell the strip 'Of the Garden of Eden
4rL business meeting, and the to sew or knit and others James B, Colbert:Camp Blan-
meeting was presided over by known as Call Street. While stationed -
will be in charge of Circle to- give good used clothing. ding and Lillian Thomas. Starke Two WPA trucks spent three
t ,, t Three. Mire Olive f\ay. The devotional The circle was pleased to have Sept. 4.Claude. there I 'grew to like the days last week gathering up scrap 1 1 I I Ir
tap service was conducted by Mrs. J. place. It seemed like a second
William Paul metal and rubber 1
; as a new member, Mrs. B. S.Dlckman Camp n
W. White who used as her Bible home." Take a bow, Call
Tilson to be used in
,- and as a visitor Mrs. Blandlng and Mary Joyce County war production
verse subject "He which soweth Street Remember this an'
Grlder. After the meeting ad- Starke, Sept. 6. and are spending all 'this
sparingly shall reap also sparingly" journed the hostess Mrs. Hutto, George Hernandez Camp Blan- let's try a little harder to makeIt week also L. T. Dyer Bradford

A story from the World invited all present to have refreeCimerUs ding, and Louise Thomas, Starke, seem like a second home for! County's Salvage Committee ,
Outlook. "Black Reflects Light"was' ,' 6. more of the boys' < They appreciate Chairman r
11 11t : at Canova's Pharmacy Sept. I I stated yesterday. "Ef-
told Miss Amelia
by Ray'and ; It. and it'll give 'em one fort is being made to collect
"Women of China" (from the more pleasant when
Circle Three Jack Woodrow GibsonJack memory they every piece of scrap metal in the
Outlook) was interestingly reviewed Mrs. Sam Anderson embark for parts unknown County", be said.
by Mrs. B. S. Dqwllng.I was Woodrow Gibson. 29, died -
-Carolyn. I
to Circle Three at her home on It you have any. scrap": that
I During the business session Mrs. N. Cherry St. Summer flowers at the State Farm at 1 P. M. r
Bertha Pear.ce acted as secretarypro last Saturday. It is understood
t were! used as decorations in the LAWTEYBy
: tern; and in the absence of that he sustained a n electric
living room where the guests TRY !
the treasurer Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, shock three months ago from F. R. Carradlne
WE BUY THE BEST were seated. Shortly after the '
:the finances were looked after by which he never recovered. His
guests arrived the hostess served SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY
Miss Ray. Arrangements for body was prepared for burial by
a tempting salad course and Coca- Mrs. H. B. Arwood Miss Edna
BE BOUGHT, SO YOU flowers for the church for the remainder Colas. De Witt C. Jones and sent to his A Genuine 'VesternTBone
+ Edwards and Mrs. Fred Moore
; { of the month were as fol home in Pensacola. He la sur-
ARE SAFE IN BUYING Mrs. W. B. Sewell circle chairman were hostesses Friday Sept. 11,
lows: Sept. 20,, Mrs. E. S>Mat vived by his wife, Mrs. Thelma
r OUR PASTRIES conducted the devotional to their respective Sunday School OiTWw
1tlr thews and Mrs. L. S. Hutto; Sept. Sutherland ,and two daughters.
1 service using! the lesson from the classes at the home of -Mrs.
27, Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. L. D.
They Are Baked Upper Room for September 14. NOTICE Moore.
Green and Mrs. W. R. Lott Oct I
3't r, Fresh Daily Mrs. Hogan Smith was in chargeof For the convenience of many After a number of games had STEAKCOOKED

"x i the program and she presentedMrs. who are not able to get to Starkefor been played the young guests

y 11 We Can Re-Cap All Popular 'J. R. Wainwright Mrs. the purpose! of buying theirDrlver's were served fruit. punch and .....iaald WHIOHT.OWEN .CWNntftiehud "

Size Tires From 600-16 to Charles Darby and Mrs. E.. L. License, arrangementsare cookies. NEY H"'H.nm" ,
SABINE'iSBAKERY 825-20 Inclusive Matthews who used selections being made to have someoneat Those TILEK&MJVAY A WILLIAM WYLCT: feta
from the World Outlook. enjoying this event were: Bu..i JAN
the following places and on STRUTNail:
Brl.. i. %..r Tire OrtlflrBlo time Barbara Ann Plummer Virginia .. .
Mrs- Sewell talked on the subject to-wit: : Son % ,b,AiUmWum.,g,
HAROLD HARDEN Carmichael C o lee n Durrance /eo..ch.t" _WY..i
of sewing and knitting for Lawtey-City Hall-2 P. M. OivliM WM
Third Held II.... Jennie Lou Reale Ernestine
312 W. Call St. the Red Cross and plans were Tuesday Sept. 22nd;
tkt"4I" Palatka Fla. Phone 9168 made to help In this work with Hampton-Saxon's Store 2 Croft, Joyce Bennett Beatrice Edwards AT THE

Mrs. L. D. Vining to act as chairman P. M. Wed. Sept. 23rd Mary Lucile Darley, Caroline FLORIDAnd

T' ...... .. _._ _._._._ _'__'000 for this work. Twelve per- Brooker-Colson's Store-2; P. and Nora Lee Prevatt, Ada

FUNERAL DIRECTOR sons attended. this Interesting M. Thur. Sept. 24th. Edwards Maude Taylor., Barbara Beryl and Ann Thompson.Moore K &.M

Sly Many Yearn. Experience Makes It meeting.The Have your, old 1942 license J. T.
Possible for Me to Render circle was Invited to Prevatt Carl Edwards and
s.At I meetIn with you otherwise you cannot '
+ -, October with Mra J. R. Wain- get new ones for 194243. RITZ
1\IODERATE-'PRI\"ES'_ wright and sister Mrs. Charles 'K.
l i DeWITT C. JONES Darby at the home of the latter. County Judge. Rev. Herbert Ilazzard Pastor Corner Of Walnut &

? Btarke, Florida Sunday Madison THEATRES
..._.._ ._ __ School.at o'clock..
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I I Carolyn Callstreet

y klM, M i I fJ Well. folks They said it before reportin back to Blanding "THE EMPTY ROOM''

Illh, a couldn't be done so the Rotary Clara Mae Knight an' Mrs.
Club went ahead and dood it any Frank Colley back from N. i

/ way Speakln' of raisin' '$2,- Cahllna New home for JI ramie '
1 OUR STORE IS PACKED WITH 600 for the USO of course an' Elizabeth Seymour almost (From The New York World)

; GIFTS SUITABLE- FOR ALL OC No, they haven't quite reachedthe complete '. Tom Ritch an'

CASIONS. goat yet. but $2,200 Is already I Grace Dew doln' the night spots -

t' WRAP in the bag ; The last : Everett McKinney gloomln'over -
THEM 'SINiOBEAUTIFULL GIFT $400 may be the hardest but I'll' a proposed visit to the den- That is the caption of an advertisement-one of the most inspiring

,tta i WRAPPING READY TO MAIL. bet my next month's salary those tist Fran Opperman proudly advertisements we have ever seen. The illustration shows a mdllle-aged

IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE IN boys get,, It before they quit i modelln' her lovely new white man, standing alone and looking into a boy's. bedroom. The text has him
STARKE WE WILL DELIVER IT An' there's no such thing as coat Sara Barefoot Carolyn saying:
quit tin' with that ole Simon Le-
1T t FOR YOU Green. Freddie WImberly an' Nina
gree, Joe Wilson behind 'em witha I Bishop off to the Gator-Air Base "This is my boy's room.

great big stick, the boys say : football game,, ,II In Jax Sattlday
: WE ALSO CARRY A FINE LINE .- Anyhow, when the goal Is Paul Hudgins rldin' the train "This is where he,slept. '"

t r OF .GREETING reached it'll be another featherin between Starke
) CARDS an 'Arcadia these "This is where he dreamed a child's dreams.
Starke's cap for raisin' Its biggest days on account of no tires or

I oquta to date Those who gau for his station wagon "This is where he saw a man's visions.
y contributed can feel mIghty proudof '

,t Carpenter themselves, .and those- who Hear' Bill Graham paid off a "Here, in this empty room( are faded pictures of teammates and d

y :J. dldn't can still help out by chip- bet at Schenck's tother night heroes books scribbled over with notes and examinations the

( y pin In a bit of that last MOO Fried chicken dinners all around gloves and spike shoes we hung up for good before he went to war

Seems he had a hunch that the silver cup he won at Sea Bright .. bright pennants and all) t h'
,, + TilE DRUG STORE l\lo..t of the Rotarians report Bill an' Dot Powell's careless
r+h recent ar memoranda, the echoes of his days.
wonderful cooperation on the part rival would be a boY-but she

of Mr. and Mrs. Callstreet but wasn't .. An' speakin' of "If fathers could only pour their hate through the' hot barrels of

of course there are always a fewwho'd Sch""nck'lI-once" you eat fried smoking guns and write the records'! of their gift with bayonet steel!
rather argue an hour than chicken there;, you never forget

ante $5: to a worthy cause . Ask I.. A. an' Ervlna Ren- "They said I was too old to fight though I'm only 50.

Perhaps the strangest line of, folds ., They've
reason In' came from a'man who I every Sunday? for' the past' there three "But, 'if I'm too old to fight and drop a stick of bombs, I'm not too

answered the request for a do- years! 'Sa boy for Jake an' I old to lay my money on the line for' War Savings Stamps and Bondsl'h!!

nation thusly; "Why should I I Leola Robert .4 Jake I
give money for that? You know PI'.,, Congrats!,, Hear Perman.the "Maybe I am too stiCr'and slow to fly; but I've got
what American soldiers get?- HI Hat gromacTIMOO? Saturday to, keep my car speed under 40 so they can keep their fighting planes

STARKEWEK.K $5O a month. You, know what before last ,..."'No bad for one above 400!

Greek soldiers get?-J5c: a day;" I day's ton I'll .
say Jimmiean' walk
> Since this particular, fellow Elizabeth ( "And if'I can't march 30 miles a day with a full pack, I can
: 11EGIXNINO 8UNI v, SKPT. 20 gets about 98 percent of his business Hair moving (rom. Lake City to) two miles to work and back to help save gas and rubber!

Sun., Mon., Tues.--Sept. 20, 21, 22 should! from have soldiers asked, 'the him committee just how St.whirl Pete aJ(where flyln'JimmIe. .. Is havin'a "No, I'm not bitter and sore because I 'won't win this war behind a
gun or on a ship or in the sky
long doors would
"My Gal Sal" stay open -

r' With Rita Hayworth Victor Mature Carol. Landis If American soldiers were paid Hear J. K.: Denmark (Tornado I've come around to thinking, that here.at home we've got.t t the j job
off a la Greece 'Sa
..pry 1 NEWS & INFORMATION world strange I punter Oxford) will and'll matrlc.offer at Emory at .of passing the ammunition along, of sacrificing little things or flvinfrwgoing ::

himself as without, or looking ahead. to 'less'. instead of 'more.' Somebody', '
Wed.. Thurs.- 23 24 football fodder what
Sept. -DOUBLE FEATURE ? Randolph got to do the
'r Hear Mm. J. T. Quigley Is due I Hardee back In Jax. workln' necessary, undramatic things .. and I guess that s
No. "Broadway Big Shot"With for a big in older men are for. L
'r surprise when she calls the shipyards See Horance
Ralph Byrd and Virginia Vale Ethel Sewell to find out the Gibbs (Buddy, to you) Davis To the advertisement
back United
AT0. 2--The Remarkable Mr. Identity of the latter's efficient from Pensacola'wbere States Rubber Co.:, which sponsors this ;
he and
defense to the
i : By H. Q. Wells yard man Like ''a lot of 'worked all summer Plans to writer who prepared it, our thanks. Through the door 01

''t;" Starring Michael Redgrave A Diana Wynyard other tired business men, W. B. : U of F It Sattiday Word empty room they have given us a glimpse beyond the squabbling! t that t

ALSO NEWS Sewell' hobby Is work in. in the comes from Ed Silvernall at offleers sometimes advantage, the petty arguments home.
''a( yard after business hours and on tralnln'' school Ft. Knox- seem to be the chief subsance of ourdwar.effort. here at '

u Frl., Sat.-Sept. 2J, 26-DOUBLE FEATURE holidays Seems that on Seems that Edgar Wilkinson into the real heart of America.

No. l-"Todai/ Han Labor Day he donned his oldest is slated to take Dave ShufOrd's
? clothes ?
With All-Star and a battered fedora and place on the Tornado line this

,,j r'J'' No. 2-"BUlU The Kid {Wanted" was tools'industriously when Mrs. Quigley ualn his glimpsed garden .the year Job.. ,. I'll. Just say the. .right Paul sice Moore for

Starring Buster Crabbe him from a paastn' auto reports to, Standing Friday CHARLEY E JOHNS AGENC
L ALSO COMEDY AND SERIAL Later she told friends of what.anenergetic The more they come the Moore

yard man she had seen they come ; Hear Chris (
MIDNIGHT SHOW. SAT. 8KPT. 26, 11:30 at SeweU's and how she gol
'4 P. SI. liked the den-voice N a p o 11 will be in

e' "All That Money Can Buy" way be handled the Implements Starke Monday Wonder ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
x Edward Arnold, Walter Huston. Simone Simon, Anne Even went so far- aa to say what's the attraction? I .
tihb-ley' Jas. he was going to call up to find '13
Craig r--- 119
out his name > STREET rJlO
'II ALSO SELECTED SHORTS Worker if she ladJlNCM'ceI _' Dot Gray ,
ever did? surely look ultra In their new

I f'rt tea. curls ,
I Everybody: gettln
Spotted aa' Jotted; Joe Sis- ready for those perkle fall bats FLORIDA
; truck enjoyin- .
G roBiel +, 14-day furlough Mildred JUtcli"an' Eve Cod-
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rBITS of LOCAL J. R. Kelly deputy Cleric of the confined to her bed with an un-i His squash were not as success r ping on the floor nowaday Our-

NEWS I Circuit Court, left the office usually big rising. She has been ful. I teacher suggests we play ball, and
Tuesday evening for a vacation running a high temperature for I Mr. and Mm. M. W. Mann attended
we enjoy It just as much.
until Monday morning, most of several days. church In Mtddlcburg Sun-

Edward D Cottrellleft C. I:* Stockwell of Eustta spent ),11'. and Mrs M. E. Weldon which time' he will spend at his Mrs :M.1.: Johns has been very I day. UPPER GRADESOur

c WI J. the week-end here with friend.. and children and Mrs. C. M. Davis country home. 111 this week and confined to her ball games are progressing
enter the Prepof Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews and son, Ronnie of Jacksonvillewere I SCHOOL NR1'SPrimary :
nlghl to ; Mrs. Lydell Brady recently an bed. She is now Improving More learn.
I Room nicely. pitchers are
Junior and H. E. Tucker
Harris spent the week-
Young visiting here Sunday. : employe at Koch's.11' a new nicely. fI
I Gulnesville I Ga.'end .. end In Savannah. Ga., and were Cliff Mendoza of Jacksonville ticket agent at the Rita Theatre. We The fourth grade pupil. have ing to fan and more batters are :
week's Issue
hope next
1 Beasley accompanied home by Mrs. Tucker I r learning to awing and strike.
Mrs O. is visiting his grandparents, Mr. begun making their health book-
Miss Hasel Brown Is them all better.
Durden. and who has been visiting relatives lets. Some of the fat girls are running
)[r,. A. a and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. 'out during the rush of Issuing They are enjoying! this very I II I I
the here. Mrs. Lester MCCullough' off few pounds.
will spend much. a
W Kincaid Karl E. Kurt, who has been drivers licenses in the office of I f
I finger ia still Improving.Tech .
at Fer- Enos Hayes who l I"
d 'trtth! friends attending; associated with the Charley E. County Judge E K.. Perryman. I Louise! Johns brought \ta some
DfOCh. business college in Jacksonville, Johns Insurance Agency, is now Sgt. Willard Mann of small fish for our aquarium, the C.\RI OF THANKS
Mrs. J. 1\[. Mitchell
and cue t, spent the week-end here with, hU and daughter. -
B Sewell in Palatka with the Palatka trans Is growing nicely.
w In- Field '
Elgin was visiting his
par- friends
of Gainesville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Miss Lucile Mitchell, returned We wish to thank our {
dude Sewell Sewell Hayes. surance Agency home Monday after spending a ents, Mr, andMrs.. M. W. Mann Sunny Andrewspre-chool age) for the many expressions of sym
d)1i L. W. Koch left this week. has been visiting a few this
Tuesday visity Misses Grace and Dorothy Wednesday week with friends in Madison. pathy durinaour recent bereave
Gainesville Sewell. Green and Miss Lillian Sternberg night for a business trip to St. Miss Maude Sewell who ha Mrs. E. A. Sapp and daughter, week.We, went-Mr*. J. C. Manning and
Louis and Chicago. Mrs. Robert Ward, visited the don't bear marbles drop- family.
Perryman, who ha returned Sunday after spending a been the guest of her brother and

fre ett visiting his parents brief vacation in the Great Newsome's Market, H. J..New- sister-in-law* Mr. and )'Irs.V.. B. former's sister, Mra. Bill Richardson __.___ ._,_ _..... __. TT .... ........_ .,
some proprietor, moved this week in Glenn St. Marys Monday.
Mountains of Sewell returned
E. K. Perryman, Smoky Tennessee.Mrs. Wednesday Jo
and Mr from its location In the new Mrv.. Annie Mersey is visiting We Do Superior Work-
for Annapolis. Md., C. Stevenson, who be- her home in Gainesville. Ga.
f.lllaY Mixon 'building near the Union her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mer-
resume his studies fore her recent marriage was Mrs. C. W. Is
tell bus Savage spendingtwo CALL FOR AND DELIVER
station to the stand at ,317 ritt, this week.
Miss Edna Mae
ITT. S, Naval Academy.Id Moseley. has cone weeks in Grove City, Pa.,with
Temple Avenue.
(Buddy) Bishop will to Onset, Bay Mags., to Join her her husband, Pvt, Charles W. Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Andrews ,
ext week for Gainesville husband, who is stationed at Guy Sale was Injured Tuesday Savage, who Is in the U. S. Marine and father, Q. W, Andrews, werevisiting
\, will be a student at the Camp Edwards. afternoon when he slipped downin Corps the 1 a 11 er". daughter For Better Cleaning -
Florida. his store. He at first thoughit Mr*'. Joe Mooreland, in .Jackson .
of Cleaning, rtrauitlful
uly Bobby Biggs left last week for
ville this '
was a sprained ankle that he week.
of the Tailoring at the Starke-
Forrest proprietor landlDg Gordon Military Institute at Barn- TRY ,
sustained, but
i Grill, returned to Starkek Tailors. Opposite Park Theatre. upon being Rrayed esvllle, Ga., where he will be a Mrs. Delia Thomas and son,
after a n absence of Mlas Eleanor Reed of St. Peters- It at the hospital at Raiford. student for the coming school Gun, of Jacksonville were weekend NEW METHOD CLEANERS
fniontbs, which he spent'at burg is spending this week here was found that the ligaments term. guests of her son-in-law and
recuperating from with her sister, Mrs. Preston in his right leg had been torn daughter Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners
Beach .
a Leftwich.Mrs. loose. HU leg must remain in a Miss Gayje Sewell left Sunday Andrews. 313 Temple Your Patronage Phone 1
t (linens. plaster-cast for'ten morning tot: "Tallahassee where
ride of J. :RiSTdonv who Frank McMillan has returned Mrs. T. E. Strange days.of PalatkaIs she will be a .Sophomore in the Miss Wordner Southerland A\enu Appreciated 1s*

n seriously 111 for the part to her home in St. Peters- spending two weeks with her Woman's College. spent the week-end in Lawtey o ..-------.- __ ... __ L _
will be glad to know after with her cou ln, Miss Ina For-
eks r burg spending two weeks
sister, Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. O. W White, Mrs.
Is Improving here during the Illness of her syth.
Tom Ritch will leave Tues- Pearl Simpson and daughters
father. J. J. Rigdon. next Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mann had 1
day for Atlanta, Ga., where he Misses Esther) and Rebecca Simpson -
Miss Margie Patel has returned as recent guests their son and
will resume his studies at Emory were business visitors in SOUR STOMACHHeartburn
from a week's vacation spent in University.Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday, duughter-in-law, Mr. qnd Mrs.
Key West. Wilbur Mann of Ocala, Wilbur
Dameron Black, Jr., of Mr, and Mrs. G.oJ.! Miller and
II L.his S. work Hutta this was able week to after returnto a Jacksonville will spend the week- small son, :Jack, of Denver, Colorado states as that shipping he resigned clerk his with position the and excessive acid condition,
end here with her mother, Mrs. arrived here last week
Columbus Co. at Hurbert
Cypress ,
two weeks' Illness.Private. '
REPAIRING I W. B. Parka and Dr. Parka and will spend the winter with Island. He Is planning to go Into will be relieved almost immediately
F. Marion Williams Is Mrs. Miller's ,
visiting parents, Mr. and
U. S. service as a :Marine, and
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Mrs. I. P.
T. Shepherd.
Jones Williams this week "Buckshot", has passed. all but the final examination with Dia-Bisma powder.

as he Is known to his friends, has NEW RIVER
been Victor Sheppard seems. to be SOc Jars refunded if not satisfied
employed by the Newport By Jessie Lee Lazenby money ,
News Shipbuilding Co., In Virginiafor lucky in finding and killing rattle t
v e the four : FRUIT JAR INTSK' : snakes. He found another big .
past years. ------- -
ll'J ifIjJr SINCE 1858 one this week, with 11 rattles,
Mrs. Oliver Asplnwall left recently in his garden and killed It.
to join her husband? Lt. Miss Ida Merritt has a fruit Green Moody has been selling In spite of the rubber shortage, we can

IILE YOU ) Aspinwall, who ia stationed at jar that her 'maternal grand- young tender turnips this week.

WAIT Camp Edwards, Mara.! mother gave rir mother 'when still offer low priced fountain syringesand
Cleaning, Beautiful
Tailoring at the Starke-BI ndl.nr Mrs. Merritt was: married, which

Work Guaranteed.The t"Did Tailor, Opposite Park Theatre. was over 50 years ago. Mrs. Watch You K I water bottles. Buy now,. as we are

Highest Quality Miss Madge Middleton returned Merritt used the jar all hl'r'married -
Thursday from Kidneys/ being rationed on rubber goods.
Leather Used night Wichita life until she died at the
Kansas, where she has been the
sea a box marktd age of 78 last year. The jar Is Help Them Cleanse
anyone of the Bloodof .. I
b.t th.y did. It "..d guest Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. ------ I
to contain a eaka mad. with RUM- Corn. perfectly straight with narrow Harmful Body Waste ,
lOWNSTEEN'SIHOE FORD, tb. bakinc Your kldnera are eon.Untly fllt.rtng
baking .ucc..powder.. PUCE: that: Victory promote Or. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton : shoulders It Is a Mason and has waata matter. from tha blood.tr:.m.But A Fresh Shipment of 'Whitman's andllollingsworlli's
REPAIR bookl.t of streaks In the kldDa" aomnhu_la(In th.lr' work-do
augarleaa r.clpaal ConaerTe returned Wednesday from a short cloudy glass but Is not sat a. Nature lntond"d-fall to remove -
rase From Postofflce upplloi. Help win th. war ia Tour stay at their camp near Piney still good for many years of pre- lmpuriti.e that If retained., ....ypolaoD Fine Chocolates Just
kitch.n. Writ. today. Rumford B kUf '',. a".... and upaat the whole. ,
Powd.r. Boa BS Ramford. R. L' Bluff, Ga. They were accom- serving yet. body machinery.Symptom I
panied home by Or. Mlddleton's Miss Merritt doesn't rely altogether may be nactfnf' backache: received.
perelat.nt headache
attache of dlaalneee
niece, Mrs. T. H. Howard of San upon jars for the con letting up Bifhta. ...lllni. pufflneea
Diego Calif., who Is visiting relatives -'servation of her fruit; she dries under th.and ay.a tom-of a follnc pap and of atreagta.n.rvouaaaalety 'I

SLENDERIZE; in Georgia and Florida. pome. This week she has peeled Ot"., aifna of kidney or bladdar dleord.r TRY A CAN OF PECAN BRITTLE A
Miss Frances Moegel. daughter and dried many pears. She cuts too frequent are aometlmee urination.burning' aeanty or

flt-and like itt I BOwl of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel. them Into rather thin and small There.hould b.no doubt' that' prompttr..tm.nt REAL TREAT
Keep ia wiaer than Use
former residents of Starke, returned pieces and then.spreads them on Do..'. Wile. Do....'. .have been neglect.. "winning I
here-and.add to beauty. There'sgood Monday' to- her home at a white cloth up on a shelter .'...fHonda for more than forty 71..y -".-

reason why you'll find other Cedar Keys to complete her senior which has access to, the sun all Are recommended have a nation-wide by grateful reputetton.people the

I ii smart women Bowling here-any I year in high school. She has day and does not take the pears Country over. Amk your iMiaA&orDOANS / KOCH DRUG STORE

afternoon! Come alone( or in a recently been employed at the into the house at night if the
main poet exchange at Camp weather Is clear. Miss Merritt I PILLS
Afternoon Bowling helps
group. Bland
Ing. lost many of her pears while else
greatly to,evening social success!, Sgt. Robert N. Wilson, of was away nursing this season, due
Camp Blandlng, and his wife, Kay to rotting. '
I, TUB BOWLDROMR' Wilson, left Wednesday for a 10-
AT BLANDING CENTER day visit with relatives in Sara- SICK LIST ,
Mrs. Will Andrews fell Tuesday

sota.Charles (Mac) McCoy, a for. afternoon and bruised her collar

mer employe of the Starke Coca bone. She had gone home with FLORIDA & RITZTHEATRES

Cola Co., was visiting friends here her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Reddish -
NAT SEZ: the first of the week. Mac is Andrew, 'teacher in New

For the past few day I have now an aviation cadet In the Air River School, to spend the after
been ana committee collecting Force Enlisted Reserve and Is noon with her. While there; she

4 fund for the U. S. O. I think It." subject to call for active duty on decided to entertain her little

Yxf'1 a most worthy cause and It mademe 24 hours' notice. three-year-old granddaughter. H

feel that I .was doing my part Miss Theda Harper, of Pierson, Maxine, by taking her out into
in rather a small way. Most of recently accepted a position In the yeard. As 'she was leadingher

the boys came across in a big the office of the local Selective out, the backdoor steps fell
way and others Jtwt came acronn. Service Board In the Starke with both. Mrs. Andrews man- STARKE FLORIDAMIDNIGHT

In a few canes I crew a blank, but Armory. She Is taking the place aged to get to bed and was In
I'm tlU hoping that they will of Mrs. Fred F Francis, Jr., who much pain. A doctor was called ,

make It unanimous. le>t'. get together moved to Pulaski Va., with her and found thai''bel' collar bone

fellows, we've got a war husband who has accepted defense was severely bruised. She it* SEPTEMBER 19TH
to win. work there. Mr. Francis still confined to her' bed at her

was formerly employed at Camp son's home. SEPT. 20.21-22-23-24
Bland ing. Stafford L. Crews has been on

Sgt. and Mrs. Dan Hazen spent the sick list this week.
Of '
The Largest Line the week-end in St. Augustine Mrs. Earnie Southerlnnd 'InCAN 5 BIG DAYS

with Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Ritch.

Mrs. Frank G. Bauknlght and
daughter. Jane Merrill, returnedto YOU GET
their home t n Jacksonville

Sunday after spending!, a week REAL RELIEF TOGETHER! TCRRIFICf
Shown In A Town Of This Size: : with Mrs. Bauknlght's mother, ,

: Mrs. W. H. Struth. farm ACID Sd

Mrs. Jack Williams of Gainesville -

$3.95 to $9.95 "spent Tuesday In Starke INDIGESTIONBISMAREX tr : 1

with her mother, Mrs. B. Jacobs. 1I I
She will leave soon for a brief
visit with her husband. Lt. Williams

New Line Of ( who Is stationed In South t

Womens And Childrens Carolina.
Barney Sl son has gone to. St

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& and 115 wr In the name of Un- iv) cinrttiT coi'KT BRADFORD 142.
;& CHURCH DIRECTORY OF a tax deed to b* Issued thereon. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford seal at Starke. Florida. this 8ep.t.mb..r known; the assessment of ....Idprop..rty COUNTY, F1.0MIOAI IN "Maid certificate embrace the 101.lowing County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r Sra.. 11142.OFI"IIAlo under said certificate No. CEll). '1". Plor..

SERVICES described property In the In next four weekly Issues. ( SKA U Court.) A. .J.-4.t Thoma.9OK -:.S 116 was In the name of Oeo. Week, ; LoraIne Moody Plaintiff, ".. Orvel'' Atty Prank Landrlll1l 1Ior,
official Clerk of said ,
; hand and A*
FIRST BAPTI County of Bradford mate of Plor- my the assessment. of said properlY Moody, Defendant. Cane No. 2129. I
R... A. 10. 1.1.......... Paate Id'ivJ.1JNW: eal. at Stark-. this "Sup.temher under said certificate No. Ill wasIn ORDER OF PUBLICATION !I."NEW I..I,
% Sec. 30 Twp. 7 B.n. 3rd., 1947. APPLICATION FOR of Paul Kngle; the
SIMI N. Walnut Street! : NOTICE: the name AND NOTICE TO
y 1 22 J.. containing 40 Acres, more (OKKICIAL, SEAL) A. J. ThomasA under APPEAR
'x IU'ICD of said property
1 Church School 8::45 A. M. Clerk of said Court. 84t 9-i assessment STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Orvel
: ; Worship 11:00 A. M. or la**. (5.saE. Bill N. 183) odd certificates No. 118 and 119 Moody 131. Waverty Ut.:
H..00.1':1.; : 7-00 P. M. The assessment of the said pro- NOTIC1l! HI hEREBY (lIVEN were In the name. of Unknown: and Texas. Houston
i* cinrriT 4'0"IIT Bn ,i>fOHnCOI
Evening Wornhlp 8.00: P. U. party under the said. certIficateissued That J. U. Eunice holder of Tax the assessment of said property. t
You are required to
In the name of Un- NT V. FLOHIUAI IN 120 appear on
was No. wall
Wednesday Wornhlp 8.00: P. M. CEll. Certificate Numbered' respectivelyNo. under said certificate October, 6th.. 1942 In the above
114 115 116. 117, ll$. JIll antI In the name of J. T. Mumls.
"trnlesM::\ Plaintiff named Court and
shall b Henry Opperman, 3rd vs. cause wherein
said certificate *
2nd., day of Sep.tember
129 Issued the shall be
redeemed. according to law the< Marion N Opperman, petendant.Case :* Unless Bald Certificate plaintiff seek divorce, custody and
has filed *am
PIII8JT METHODIST: d..rrlb..d therein. will bold No. UZ8.onnEn A. I). 1940. redeemed according: to refna'm I theproperties control of Child. Bradford County
0ev. o. C. r.wII.. r..t.. property In my office and naG mad. application described t be shall
OP PURLIC'ATI0NANI Telegraph publish this
to the highest.. bidder at the 1..01th.r..on. Order
# ti 1341 N. raerrb. Mtreet. courthouse door on the first Monday ) NOTIC'F TO APPEAR for Tax. Deed to be sold to the highest bidder al the In next four weekly issues.
4 I I Church Hchool 10'UO A. M. In the month of October IB42, STATE OF! FLORIDA to: Marion Court-house: door on the first Monday Witness. my h.n. and official
t Sunday Worship' 11:00: A. M. which Is the 6th day of October, N. Oppernian whoso" residence I I. Said certificate respectively. embrace In the Month of October 1114%. .seal at Starke.. Florida this August.
Young People 7:00 P. M.: No. 417 Pennsylvania: Avenue, Freeport the following described aJ'/t:- which Is the 6th., day of October 25th.. 1942.DFFrUIAL.

: EveningWorship 1:00: P. M.\ 18U.Dat..d this 3rd day of September L. I. New York.t ertle In the County of A. D. 18411. (( SEAL) A. 3. ThomaeAs I
Wednesday Worship t.OO: P. M.KT. 1942.IOFFLCIAL. You are required to appear. on State of Florida, to-wit: 'Dated this 3rd, day of September Clerk of said Court. 8-28
4t 9-18
SEAL) A. J. ThomasClork October 6th., 1843 In the above 29, 81 in \Voodlawn See. It A. D. 1942.OFFICIAL .
;q'j :11k -- of Circuit Court of Bradford named Court and cause, wherein. 5 H. H 22:. i K, uontamlnK xu ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas B. 1C for Ferryman Plf. Stark. Florida-

MARK'4 RPMCOPAt County. Florida. 0-4 4t '-20 plaintiff seeks) divorce. Bradford acre*. mora or less Is embraced Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Atty.
) He*. Fred' T.N. .....-. ft.rr.r County Telegraph shall publish, under said certificate No. 114. County Florida. 9-4 4t I.U -
JOt Cfcwrrh KtrvetChurcn IN! rmrriT coi HT. BRAUKOHDCOITNTY this Order In next four weekly l I.- Lot 41 In Woodlawn. See. 11 Twp. NOTICE

"School' IS:00 A. M. FI.OHlUAl IN C'llAIVtKHY. t Ill. R II K. containing 10 acres, CIRCUIT cornT. BRADFORD NOTICE! 1* hereby given to all
auex.Wltnes iv!
Hundajr' Worship 11-OO: A. M.\ < my hand and official more or less Is embraced under FLOKIUAI IN tHAN- whom It may concern that Flora"
Sunday T0ventn 7:30 P. M. Marry White Minis Plaintiff vs.Hexnle anal at Htarke, Florida, this August25th. said certificate No. 116. roiwTY. McKinney, a* Guardian of Volley.
1t3 Friday Evening 7:30: P. M. McCnllouarh Minnn, Defendant ., 1942.OFF'IClAt.. Lot 43 In Woodlawn Sec. 11 T..p.I C"'KY.' Brolawles Plalatlff. vs. McKinney Incompetent will on the Lfl

Holy Day 10:00 A. U.PIRUT Cam. No. 2124.OKDEH : ( Jourt.. J Thomas S. R 23 B. containing 10 acres, N.Edward June I... Brelawles, Defendant. 12th day of "' D. 1942,
OF PUHLICATION ANDNOTICE A* Clerk of said -28 4t 9-11 more' or lees Is embraced under Csse No. 2187. apply to Judge 25..rk.A.p ;.y for
aid certificate No. 11*. SPTIJg
) TO APPEAR PUBLICATION AND County Judge of Bradford County
Bessie IV! CIRfl'IT "OlHT dltADPOHn Lot 61 In Woodlawn Seo. 11 Twp. ORDER OJ
q rRESBTTRRIA HTATK OF FLORIDA to: APPEAR Florida for authority to sell at
: R... c.... 11. All... r..... McHJullough M>mn, Keeveavllle, COUNTY FE.OKIDAI I.::11 S4H Nertki Cherry St. Dorchester. County, South Carolina, CKHYThelma more' or less Is embraced under L. Brolawles, whose residence. said Volley McKlnnay. Inoomuetent.
Church School 10:00 A. M. You are required to appear on Martin. Plaintiff vs. Wont. said certificate No 117. in the following described real Get
Kunday' Worship 11:00: A. M. October 6th. I>42, In the abuvenamed ; 1... Martin I>eren Senior Crusade ':00 P. M. Court and cause, wherein 2143. I 6 8. It.: 22 K, containing. 10 acre*. Han Francisco Slippers
I ,
to on NEVI of and of / We'll
are required appear 8WU. Nft SEU M
embraced under
Intermediate Youth '::00 P. M. plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford ORDER OV PUBLICATIONAND more or less l I.
Evening Wor.hIpTO. P. M.ST. County Telegraph shall publish this NOTK'K TO APPEAR aid certificate No. 11$. October 6th., 1942 In the above Section 29, Township 8 South, Do For Aflothe2
named Court and cause, wherein. I Range 21 East. containing
Order In n.xt four weekly Issue STATE OF! FLORIDA to: Woot Lots 68, SO tIO In Woodlawn Sec.
Witness my hand and official T.. Martin whose residence 1 I. Alma, 11 Twp. a H, R. 22 B. containing: plaintiff seek divorce and Maiden acre, more or less, also Lot 1,
Georgia, 30 acres more' or lean I I. embraced name restored. Bradford County and 3 of lJOw'i.h Sampson City, \
RUWARn'fi CATHOLIC seal at Btarke. Florida, thin August29th. I :
You are required to under. said certificate No. 119. Telegraph .shall publish this OrderIn Hftrtlon 7 SoutRange The
., 1942.OFFICIAL. appear on Electric
Hev. ) J. Mwra>kr. PaalerTeess Ea.t.
Sec.II next. four weekly |SHU..... 21 All of said land
October Woodlawn
T' ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 6th, JII4., In the above Let 4a 87 In
>le> A named Court and wherein Twp. 6 H It 22 K, costaliilnr 20 Witness. my hand and official. lying and !being in Bradford
9-4 9-26 cause ,
A Clerk of said Court. 4t ,
$ } Early Man. ':00. A. .34.DIl. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford acres. more or lean. Is. ...mbra".dund..r .seal. at Starke, Florida this. September : County, Florida. 1 Shop
.. .,, ..
2nd. 1942 Which said application will b.
f'ounty Telegraph shall publish this I said certificate No. 120. r OPPOHlte PariI
Runday Ma.." ':OO A. If. IV! riRCI'lT COUHT. BMADKOHO Order In next four weeKly Issues. The assessment of the said property (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas based upon Petition! now on file Jn

; 1 jj' Week. Day Ma* (:00 A. M. COIIMTY< FLOHIUAl l\ CHANsCKItY. Witness --my hand and official. under said certificates No. 114 Aa Clerk of aald Court. 9-4 4t 9-25 said Court. ThisSeptember; 10, I

Eddie W. East. Plaintiff va. Doro-

0010.10. TABKH'VACI.B thy ,1f. East, befendant. Case No. I NOTICE OF ELECTION ,
; M.. ... Mra. J. V. Hmtflrr _*>e Mrflunday 2 1 22. ,

? i t Friday Service 7:3: P. M. NOTICE TO APPEAR

STATE OK KLOHIUA" to: Dorothy WKKRKA8.' Th4> tetrhristnre the tnvMtment ot tlnkln hereafter owned or wed for such Filed U o. Secretary of Slat the territory
K. Kaat. whose address' I I. Un- trader Id. 0 June ) said Election: O"o I
lb. Constitution o> Board may use the sinking purpose by tD State ot Ploda Shall Ia 111. .
NO..OJII: known. State 01 Florida did HUM for saId any county b* .. a b* tu 83 tnciiuive sod .d
Notice l I. hereby. given to all You are' required. to appear onOctob..r Rasolutlona proposing ..... road Dn'o district known.e the Game and Fresh WaterFlan A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan and except such :1 1 1

whom It may concern that Mabel 6th. 1942, In the above the Constitution at the BUM unit b.end..ld br.dl. o O.lO. Bue Commission amendment to ArtiCle 7. Section 3 emeu numbered 5 g I
guardian of Hugh Hulllvan named Court and causes wherein Ida and th* .me 'were .rml| on of the of pass the
Ittt Hulllvan. a* plaintiff .seek divorce. Bradford o maturing bond partici onKI' 0 m.mb. of th* Constitution Stat 0 w"\n 8
and Jack Hulllvan. minor*, County Telegraph shall publish thin S vote' ) ot three-ruth cM all herein of any other county o Itjm IltlOI Florida. Relative to Census Apportionment. B 1

will on the 29th day of Hept. 1142. Order In next tour Imsue ear* ejected swell bouse special road and bridge d"u' existing on January 1. 1041 by Amending Section 3 Another the au,d Ot.
apply to K. K. Perrymaii County weekly ldto : be appointed by the subjectto Article to Districts O
Witness hand and official eote on Oler special taxing district Ib. a..rO. of said e as Ol..n. eompnajsi
1 Judge of Bradford County Klorlda. seal at Htarke my Florida thl. Au- 'entered upon their respective that a* to said tu confirmation by Bn.te. The Browsed County a District which ...bl the M &T
1 + k for authority to ell. at private runt 28th. 1942. With the ves and nays .b... Ple..h. thereof .a member *o appointed .be and designate Calboun County 1941. ..mbr.In Commiii
.ale. the entire 'Interest of aald (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas ahoy did determine and hall b* ole 'beo. elect one of tb.1 m.mb.Chairman and Dull County .a Senatorial District. trlct de.cntaoTii

,, Y nlnora In th* following described A* Clerk of said Court. 9-4 4t 9-2S the said Joint Resolution shall not .. the of the of the Wlnut. of un Cm!
t real estate, to..lttEI.W mitted to the elector of toe accrued Interest and that said a. The first mmb.of ,b Commission Bt> IT RESOLVED BT TUB LROI8LATCRK laid Cmintra
of NKV and E% of HW 4 of the General Election: m t (ball bear Interest at the snail b* appointed January or THE STATE OF 7LORIDA. et except tin ,
a NKW of S.e.28. Twp. 7 H. H. S2: E.) iv CIRCUIT coi'nT. nnnFoiio o three (3) per cent per annum 1. 1043 and ball serve respectivelyfor That the ; amendment to la the aforesaid Be-aS

c Which said application will be COI"WTY. KLOHIIIAl. IN CHAN 11I42"OW THTCRFPORB: La ). Th said shall annually on*. two thre*. four and flee Section 1 folo.IOI T of the Oontitutlon numbered 24 and Z ud

baaed. upon petition now on file In CtCHY.' Secretary! of state of me said Id B.ab ao- year At the expiration of .ah of the Btat of Florida, reia- SetlO Precinct .
4 aid court. Thin Auvuat 28th. 142. Dan U. Plaintiff ont DUb 1
Shelly, vs."
such term shall the
a "
.1tJrl norlda. do bbn notice pay ac b live to Census and apportionment.dlgnatlng !
en. .t
Mabel Sullivan Ouar ..28 4t 9-1S aa'ur. plnt to o U.tb.rnlat
ANDNOTICH GENERAL ELECTION and ( ln. other fuel tax I SB) Sanatoria Dlot. The Count, ObnmUm

TO APPEARSTATIC !: win be held. la each .rileat of such onun- 3. The the Oommlel County and Gl ODt b* elected l In Dam
; ) NOTIr.., OV. APPI.K'ATIOV R. OP FLORIDA to: Mary on Tuesday next meoeedlnii county or bridge dis- shall r.i.a.ml 0. .. the fortieth ,t DI.tlc a.1.n.ral slectlon in IMJiSi
Shelly, residence la Un-
i FOR TAX KU & special .as'DII .. each Comml- b and the hereby
UI' known. Monda in November' A. D. o .lcM as mich. but t fo the terra
("...<. Hill :l.. 1.:1) .aid Tuesday the Iee second, to estab loner shall receive his and shall b* submitted to the .le which l| a\
t NOTICE IS HKKfcllY!: IIVEN. You are required to appear onOctober betof ao"lbl rnr account to meet. CullS or other expense I ; of the State of Florida for and their Ihal i.l
5th. 1114. =
That I. M. Uallard holder of Tax Court. In the abovenamed THIRD DAT Or .. : ru.m.t of saId bonds and engaged In the dll. o* rejection at the General Election to b* affected by o mIld

,L, Certificate No. US, lanuetl the 2ndday and cause, wh..r..lnplalntlCl o t.1 tax anticipation ficial duties but n. ... be held on the fl Ta, after the thereafter thaI
of September 1840.<< has seeks divorce. Bradford to the ratification or ..,ectl where the the .00.b a* tb.r b a
turn MOO any one first Monday the
A'rrf.: County TsleBraph shall publish thisOrder Joint .pp. a- I e o I t lo.mb. lH Dltlet
filed I game In my ; and i han eald Resolution: Income for or follow: ..tblbb",
In next tour weekly |IM"U" amendment: to the Y. pu..
to mad b* issued application thereon.for Hald a tax certificate d..d- Witness my hand and official the State of Florida. vlsi nt and equal scheduled any 'om.nt I 4. Among the pwer.nte.the Section I T L'.tr that shall Cunt" CommlMlnnpf h,
; thir. rm'nlnl Commission and but
Htnrke, thi by beth meet In t tnated
"Sep DI.tet
embraces the following describ.d : Ib..t l.rlorlda.: A two I .1
2nd. e power to fix bag limits and fix those that meet every from UK a
tD .
Amendment of said .h.1
In the of an to Article monthly
property County (OFFICIAL SEAL A.I. enta ...h.1 I open and closed > thereafter. reoreentatton Large leery Count Comas
) Thomas seasons a *
Bradford Stale of Florida to-wlt Constitution of the State year by said o :
As Clerk of said Court. &.4 4t 9-25IV .. b wide regional or local It may \.p: *. and] shallprovide D. Count who 1a1 tt a
Lola 18 20. 29. 30 In Wnodlawn. Relating to Taxation and an follow: BI"bt (80%) .! find to be appropriate and"I"regulatethe ( elertlnn' ,IW4a
Section IS Township 5 Houth Adding Thereto an Additional to the State Rd Oorm.nt for fo BD.ta Do after 1..I..r hold oltit
'I Ranee 23 Kant containing 40 Acre.. CIRCUIT OOIHT. ..1 U>FOIII"Y. ) Creating a 8Uta Board of construction I manner and method taking trict acl DI.tcta .h.1 f i
rI o I four The _
n traniiportlng. storing and using blrda.gam practicable te
more or I....... Col FLOHIU4.I IV CMAM- ration: Prescribing; its Bond and within I equal .. '
CEll)'. brdl .fur bearing animal. fresh but no County shall b* divided U compensation of nub Can:
The assessment of the said property Duties and Providing for or for the purchase .trtlb
) : Oracle A. ( Plaintiff' .. 0 reptile and amphibian. making such apportionment and m.lon"r shall b> his
under the said certificate. I... Carroll vs. Rimer Proceed of Two Cents per bridges connecting highway To I
sued wa In the name of C]. C. J. Carroll, Defendant. Case No. the Oaaolina or Other Motor the County and twenty f20") shall also have the each District shall have one Senator: o.ld.d bv II.Appr.e
to acquire by purchase gift all orovlded. that Browsed County. Flor bf ttt Oottn
/. Uarneg. 2119.ORDER. for (II the Payment and cent to the Board of Ooimtv Com property
Unless said certificate be OF PUBLICATION AND necessary useful or convenient ida. Shall constitute th* -
shall of All Outstanding Bond of such county
redeemed. ] according. ? to Jaw. the NOTICE! TO APPEAR Any County or Special .. fo use o fo the of the OmlloD In the (39thl Senatorial District, and Calhoun Filed In OffIce II a I fc

r t property described therein wilt b* STAT: OF/ FLORIJA to: Elmer Bridge District Prior to First ). Said bdl.t.rln ahull bare the exercise Its p.. b.r.udf. Cunt. Florida and Oulf County. 2 1941.A .

t old to the highest bidder at the Jr. Carroll whoso residence la Un July. A. D 1831. for Road .' to make Dr enforce all rule S T. OmmIlol shall appoint P constitute IUtDdJ
courthouse door on 'the first. Mon- kno..n.You. Purposes, and for I3) Public fix th at pleasure remove tieth Senatorial : JOINT RKSOLtrnO! fan
to the full
? day In the month of October. 1942. are required. to appear on Purpos.e.B rllllona necessary a suitable "rln. Dlrt..nd the cam time th Legislature Amendment I

'ir which.' IN the 6th.. day of October. October 5th., 1042 in the aboy.n.m.d IT RKSOLVCD: : BT TSTB no ', tl.' 1."" hereby b* l.ntl such .b..1 ell apportion representation X of lbs c s T*
ber. 1942. Court and cause whereiniiairitiff ..rl'.lonhaJ power and duties b House of Representatives' and
I LATURE a* prescribed Utlng Homeitrld ud I Iso >
: OF TH8 8TATB OP of full
Dated. this seek. divorce. Bradford for. by the Commission shall allow three (31 Representativesto 1
? 3rd., day of Septem Thai the In pursuance of .. Permit the WMW 1
following oneratlnei from and
ber 1042.OFFICIAt.. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder IX 1. .f..e. Its duties under this S.CtoD. Such each of the five most ppulo" Income t from ant tt
Article of
the The
; ; ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas! In next four weekly Issues. ) L".I.ture Director shall, subject lntl. and two (3 Due to Person IUf.
i State 01 Florida tbe levies of any
Clerk. of circuit Court of Bradford Witness my hand and official relating to cntlnlle ot thti Commlsslonv-appoint fix a -. of the next eighteen more Be I
1 County. Florida. II.. 4t '-21 seal at Htarke, Florida, this September and Finance by adding shall .,. of tl.. Amendment salaries of. and at pleasure oooulou counties and one Representative Subject lly as f"ld.d TolD.
dltlonal section to be known enact law having
2nd. 1942.OFFICIAL fl each of Oacbhm.
assiats.tts. and other employee to the remaining cmm- ttthe
of K\
tent not
.t NOTH'H' OK. APn.K-4.TIOV ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, lion II of said Article IX .r. .Ithdr..lnl the or".d. hall have such power and duties a* ties of the state at the time of such of IOD e

,; VOH. T4.X .MHI) A* Clerk at said Court.: 9-4 4t 9-25 State Board of .101 the two said taxes. may be assigned to them by the Commission apportionment. Should th LII.I.tu. ,Co..rt, Law tot 8ul.P.d..d P
Its of
scribing and this amend
(!Senate. HIM on."on fall to the U
N. 11.1) p..n or the Director. 'No Comrala- apportion
... I 6
NOTICE$' HIOItKBY (niVEN That iv riftrnT oiniT.' nna.DFontCOUNTY. providing for u. 01 the The Board shall oav refunding loner shall eligible for any such the Senate and In the House of Rep.resentatlvea. Obl".ton. 0.101 I
.1 It. .1. Turner holder of Tax Certificate -, FIOHII. >.*.| IV thAN- of I.o" the) : : and _other ewnenae for serv appointment b employment. at any regular' .Io. of Cnlrrt SubU
No. Issued the 2nd of (9:8): or 'for rendered necinmllv for or which 8 the Adoption
17. day The fund resulting from the Legislature at any of trio time S .moini'
Ruptemlier A. n. 1H42.. haG filed. Ruth'Frledell. Plaintiff vs. Earl payment of properly. rhnrveabl to the a t .nam. In my office and hall mad J Frlertell, Defendant.. Case No. standing bond lamed by ao count. from fttnrt dIKt"b"tr the administration of law and of the or Leglareturea sueeerllng In Cases o Income a ,
:. application for a tax. deed to b. i38 or special road and brtdl. .eh cnt, but .11.ral pertaining te .. .t..I'ure sessIon of .het.egislstuiw. Dl." wi I!
to the Pint rendered all!' "lla"n. .ll.r as to ot LibDefined
issued thereon. Maid certificateembracea ORDER OF PUBLICATION prior Day f. fu. animal fresh lam. either In fnerlal Nec.'I.
the following deacrlbedproperty AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1831 fo mad and bridge eantl.o alllr shell he prnrat and s.te a..r.lar LeniiinnB
amohlblans. with es.sinfl to *pv>rtlon renre-
In the County of Brad /8TATK OF FLORIDA to: Earl and ) public highway and paid out of said r."tle. specifically entatlnn' In the Senate and In the1m IT RESOtVTO BT IWLATURB
: ford. Btat of Florida to-wlt Jr. "Frldell Whose residence. l I.I I. Is hereby agreed 1 and shall on the same. ha1e a.1d. tax'pro for Curt fund shall "r.lde e of Renresentstlve herein"rovlded OP THE STATJOf r

HRy, of HW'4 H leu. 12 Twp. < ft. ( .rlI1'0 Aero-Terh, Augusta, Rich mltted to the .I.cto.of the are> distributed among the Ce.. State dime Fund and eORUtute. be used regular. Federal That the folo"lnl om..d''
144 TL 20 K.;: containing I 40 Acre: morer I ,:;: tleorgia.You Florida for ratification. or eountleaprovided. report. of by the Commission It deem or TO'n.Census. whlch- tlon 1. (
or less.The are required. to appear on the next General. Election: to .expenses hall be marte enrh fit In carrying .the .h..1 -ver "r.tlar. been taken nearest of Florida authoritlni itment

r aaimmment. of the .Bald property October 5th., 1942 In the above In 19a.follow: .r Se.sinn of the teglnlature' hereof and for no other 0"' pro..ln. any apportionment of Renreo.ntatlveen of any Wi'i 111.
under the said certificate laaueil named Court and cause, wherein It fa). That .the. T.et.I'u,'may limit the e.. Commission may not oblIgate T. .< the Senate and In the House nf due any person .h 11
l4 was In the name of J. O. plaintiff seeks divorce and January 1st. 194J. and for of the P.ard beyond the current of 1..1 "...or..I.h.n In mak- family as oro'ldl tb.rIL.

Turner. .t al utoratlnn of !Maiden. Name Bradford thereafter the proceeds by the Governor Ma. 1 State OF.me Fund .ou.specifically 'ng such *nonrtlnn .. entrl the event tent of K' tb.rf !be .*
Un I.... said certificate shall b. County Telegraph shall publish fear. cent per gallon of the w authored bv the Legislature.I. he legislature. shall" fall to reannnr-. Is hereby .t lad W

redeemed according to law. the this Order In next four weekly levied by the State .,." in office Secty Mar 1. Th Legislature may enact anv 'Ion the tn the Leela. mltted to the .1"t a
property described therein' will b* Issues and other like :: r.t :: I 194). 0 8t.t. .-. In old of but not Inconsistent '.*'te.a.* remjlred r..nr..ntotlon jy this mendnient the General Blwtion" ot wrlive
old to the highest bidder at the Witness. my hand and officialseal now known aa the with provisions of this amendment ** *> Onvernor hall fwlth'n thirty rt..v. In 1942 for their, tmnlectlnn
coiirthouee door on the first Monday at Starke. "Florida this Sept..mb..r and upon otbe fuels and all laws Inconsistent fter the Bdln' enrpent of the re* 1aT. : that Is to II' tIll.
In th* month of October 11142 ht.. 1943. motor .hlel ball a* ] JOINT RESOLUTION Popllil herewith .nl.tn. longer remain. | ) call the Legislature. together of Article X be imwWthereto '
which l I" the 6th day of October (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. placed Amendment to the In force end All law -.In. the followln SIC .
9. ,' 1943. A. Clerk of said Court. 9.. 4t 9-25 1 u gtndl.nln' th. : St.t of Florida to be known .. penalties for th.tfeet. of the fl.lnl he.u e.tr..ord'n..r reamiorrinnment session tr eonatd and Section 1-A TilsI Si

Itated this 3rd day of September.. ury and divided (: of Article XVI Relating to vlslona nf this amendment and ell or.... question IW"whstaoever
llit Ihre >cri extraordltiarv e.s-inn of the Lev'Mature and Inconw &
', 4 2942. IV / wages
: flRCrlT
; CUI1HT. BR '.I>POHICOIiNTY. ) part which Imposing ovint
u"'IIAr.ilEAL/ ) A. J. Thomas FLOHIIlAt: CIIAN- monthly a"Nte'o IT RESOLVED BT ,. ..nM. t.x. then b en- t. rterebv. rnanilatnrllv reotjtre d"l ind
among LEGIS "" by th
; Clark of Circuit Court ot Bradford CEll V follow.*: ..r OP.THE STATE 1 D Urns Legislitur 'Im o reannortion. the renre entatl.. as'equlr.d com due and head owlni ol I 'I I'
County Florida. 114t 925IWOTICM : RnHlvn Haaael Marcheal Plaintiff. T.R t by thiS amendment before'tat who to the
VH. Stephen, lI according to .Bto.3 ot XVI] I I e.
OK ......I".T.Oll: Case No. 2142.ORflER population Atlcl. 194.e oar 'nn ao called for reannortlon"ent "
., : FOR TAX I>KKI> OF PUBLICATION according' to the counties' \ and $ II office May shall not he I'Tn'tert to e nlrhe .50 State aa mav bs
(<....<. Bill N.. led) AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CloDs to t coat of State la hereby. age to shall be S 1941. S.t o 8.. .n" of twewtv d__ r e at a** ".I'esn"nvttnne.nt the extent of not m.Oe .
the 1
1 NOTICE IS' HEKKBY OIVEN. STATE] OF FLORIDA to: StephenMarchefil traction th. ratio of 1 o th State. is ..._.. ... 5hei'Oflsldev -rb salary waCO and
That Lester Kit and U J. Wynn whose. residence In 692:. as omvlded In Chapter 15650. len.ral election Rep..nt. A nn r>" .Tie_ other than such the psymentof._ ..nfoy I..
holder nf Tax. Certificate No< 368 Hart Street Brooklyn New York. Florida. Act of 1931. and for 1 l \the ,a D. 1942 'n 11N. RILOO" Propnln. _-. ..1 or '.1'-
: .
laaued the 2nd. day of September are required to appear on pose 0 the apportionment Constitution c ot the ; by the Governor June 1 the "P"
.,, A. iT). 1940, has filed same In my Ocrb r 6th, 1942. In the above the eunt' contributions 3. n at any regular or pe- ot Florida by Addlns t 11341.prve. amendment .m'ldl. *,
office and has mad. cost road o extra session the l.r..t.D.dltlonl Section the DO
application for named Court and cause, wher.lnPrompt Stat L.8llatur. R.la. hil
In of State Llal.tr
amount te "ot of Cbrefourt. 0 .. c JetloD Circuit .me e.C o right ;
: --p __p-p -- _-- llshed by the erltct i .a .. shall de. BB IT RESOLVED BY ThE LEOI3- June 191. tided where the .l." ""IS.
pn\.n, to Capt that an .mrl.oc, requiring .V.ATUR OP Ti STATE: OF FLORIDA per week excent C D_" ;
and decision .Ietr of the That Article the Constitution A JOINT RFSOLtmOl umay from time toWW"bv

Service Careful Drivers computing the monthly .11"t an t this the State of Florida be amended. .n Am..nd..Dt to Article Pplnl the 1.el.ittir10.:1oPioved ?
tributable according 1 said dealing with the abJ.t iddlng thereto an additional Section Constitution of the State VI Florida by the Ocwnw"p"
I tlon*. Such fund. so of such emergency my pro to be known a* Section 40 of slid Relating to County and **
be admlnl.t.r bv the Btate and I the proposed AI.ndm.o. Article' relating to the Election: ot Clrmlt 'o.rnmenta. .UDICI. "* In officiS6tJ13

1 by a Utre-forl vot; Judge and the la hereby 12.1941.
vided. the b. .m. BB IT BT TRB LEO1St.ATVEE -
each agreed to IAC
Starke Taxi Service .. the .memb be 1 the shall Be .ubmlt..d c : 1 5TATIIOPrORA': -
(b) The Governor .bal .nt.re upon .I.et. of the I
_ State Treasurer and respective, lomal .tth t. ... for ."OD, or rjeto Plold.' Thai tide the following .m.Ddm.I' l'A A JOfN RBOLtO'tb.
lb e.te of the >
trolley nays thereD. General Election on the Vl1 Cn.tltutoD .
aal on.tltu. t State Florida Count
.Ion the ahall pro- first Tuesday r.tlnl of the
porat LRllaue the first Monday tide XVI tJJSJJstrIda.
.te and Municipal b*
Board Ad'ln-fon a .pl..1 'otloD 1 n November a follow O..rnm.n. to Relation ,
b f.ld : t

Phone ISO .b.1 authority.0 to all ..:.: less tho. .laht oln." day after ad .Section. 46 Jud.e shall numbered VLTI b* Slto I* hereby Article ale of Cnr"tlon.. wltL! Cf.! I
of 0 publication of eVLrXST1* *"* by > Qualified to and shall be submitted to the ele. tlon Educational LI""'

.Admln.tnCOD Sid : thereof at which special elec .I"ton o their respective Judicial of the Stats for ratification o pal. Purooef
be .ddlton Am..ldm.nt. khali 'ircuita other State and County rejection. at the next ..n..1. electionto o>C.rlt.bl. 8' 111LATURS
ti may upon it by Dre VB
Day Night onr.0 D flet.l. b .
and .of the a.I.t. held In NO.elb.r. 1942. to-wlt: STATO,1
or the : drtr'd two : approval or rejection; The first election 0 Crl Section 11. Commissioner OP Tl
of t. : If a general election of shall 0 Deld at the Elect's: of Dade Te Cot shall o" Section L Beruoi1 Ii.-.
: -- _--____ .le. mon. I* to occur within : in 194 to take office < "m"ldm.n' to ? -
p -- p -- p- a.t on the "e" on the tint elected at the general election' la 1942 Con.tlUIOa
this amendment applicable Amendment Shall be .. rMd. .fte the first Monday shall immediately the bennnlng &
I relaUn"property
a at
become .pplc.bl. to the .I.c at ..ucb"Der elec snliary.. 198. for a term of six ,... of their terms ofle. redistrict of Florida
several cun'I" this state. The t..r all .ucb office* aa they Dad County Into n. .? Commissioners' e"rto.'bnlcipsi.
special road and rldge' 5 majority on the electors voting ten severally exist at the time to numbered exemptions rlIIO"' 11''
SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! other ..1.1 taxing, district the proponed Amendment and doptio0 Ibis '"""""ment Shall b o by the said Dt..tle.. .b from o. .durtl"no' l
a.1 charitable
t/ ..e" t July 1st. 1831. the Amendment the same they are hereby extended. to tr. to five respeetlvelv. delineate) or hereby"ur.
bridge I purposes.. The a part of this Constitution minate on the flrat Tuesday after boundaries. of such District In men : same is to ,.,

-Bondsaa herein shall Amendment shall not be held to Monday In January 1049." manner. a* to Include within the reioectlve -- he submitted Florid flIt "
***nd.. aim .n ..d.. m anvwtneaffece Approved b, the District follows- State of next
AND ECONOMICAL .nl .. nv ( Oy.rDo. JU. 1 trt. 51 the .
form of Id.OCOD_ pro."ol ol 'I. One of the said rejection IMP "
., *z- purpose* by any"e OOnalttton un'"ul"l9virC"' State tricts shall comprise the D to b. held tn 18"ot-"
: Am.Ddm..n. o
: .. Ah,1 b Set 0 ..Io. Jh. .Id section
::road and bridge df addltllal m..to. which .. on the 1st day Aol. Conitltiitlon 0' '"' t
1941. the
RIDE THE BUSSES .petl taxing thn embraced within Election amended I
b 1
1st. 1931 JOIsT da *
I Ju. o I. O..rO fy thi .D& SOLOT10H etnet Dumb..r.1 24 to 32. Inclusive

ITr Courteous Correct Information I shall fundlne bare I'the thereof statutory Sid e Office SeR) O "May s the Amendment Constitution to of Article Florida 'I' cincts : ::: 'rn. OO and sr allow-Section! II pie tIecorporation .!
: ,
Boards *
I of County thereto aD edditionat" :Me east shore corporations.veeoi dull ,,

Bond Trustees and of any ting th* Legislature. vest the Power.. ravn B... all b* '. whiCh !' 1.ul.
; Ii Given You At Authority of special road and JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing 01 making Rul. 1 Regulation. lution of the Count Commissioner shIn or b r5,5n! Ihould '

districts trict, thereof and other special to Article IV of the sting to She O.eIO of R of said Count adopted No..mb. 14. l* of Porld. elimbdp
with Water Fish and l1". Mo 00
..t of the State ot Florida Products .
a.olatll 1flflgid
bond at .
UNION BUS STATION ad valorem.except that n. .* t the Executive Department. t a Bad o Cmm"loo 1077; h.'ieefer r' 1
isle. Is taxation unl"
expresaiy Another shall
I from thereto an Additional Seo- BR IT .) BT LmOI&- o t1. .I Districts .r or need I'I.
o.d bnsrdl and *hll ; Create a Oaroe and Fresh LATURE or THE STATE T COmprise and only" the 'e held and t .

t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ all paper dom..nt and t"I Commission. That Article Sixteen the territory, trt.. the 1.. day least nnefmri tl..
'1- -F cnernln.Dave the cower from said r REOl V BT THB LKOT9- tution 01 the Stst. sj -CDI. I of April. 'B4L embraced In Commissioners' _t..nCfl". mtnlelpL ""..

_ _ time tn lain refundlnl TR ITAT FLORIDA amended by adding thereto. an add b; District Nn 4 and Commis : Provided 01" t
the tlonal District Co 5 In Ill
iI- lure tDd to Section to be known .o..r' a* d"r".d
within the Mid I Am..odm"1 as Section = n"Cp
IV of n of of the m
ff. the said Article 1*. Bl Minutes h.1
period for .nd
ant of I aUthoriIag the 12 .
"WHY GO FISHING ? oond or interest thereon and of Florida relative to the Execu Legislature to ".I the of t O.ml.ton..0 said .f rI .
__ them by. a pledge of Department By adding Ib.t an Ing rule and ragulaMon.e.'. ma. sect. ,,0 the cn..tt1tll O"
to b. conservation of I Another of the said Comrotusloner
jf receipts' from such gasoline &clo "DO a* salt water fish I AnproYd
GO TO NEWSOME'S 30 Article salt t""Ctln District shall comprise the
MARKET" fuel, creating a tit
"* I. bud or 191.
eu..? as Herein dlotrbur end Fresh Water Cm-I mission. to and the .m. .. C- which ..on the first daY o Aol ot'c
a b* and the same &r to and shsil 1941. embraced In Comml.ton.r" June 11. .
retr submitted
rs nf b.rbY
interest to

Fresh Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc. bonds now on b.r t.and of to issue. Ce t and ot hall the 8tt.b abmlU.d Plo 1 for ratification off the or rejection State at a.Florida the tc.No.1.minutes.d.be County> Cornralasioners "T". .Te pro9Oedearnaill.votes r.! .".

Fresh Meats, Live and Dressed" Poultry e"h.n.the *" purpose' eov l'II1tl.tlon''or ODeaeloD .1 b held on the .* of said County a* par" 194 .Id d"I..le.! .
aid bond EOtOD to o* held on the In first 0 all the telto.whfh
issued) bv Monday thereof ini
Fruits and special such : i. r.c"ODda November. follows the first day 1941. .. "IP"
: VegetablesNEWSOME'S road and brtdr 192 : l resiilatinnsvldfcd
: Other 'P011 taxins dl .:: .follow 5Section 3 The Lmgisiatujre m., .bered erabraced 75 la Election Precinct num :; bf itbe w .
and after Jan n.
eec .
ln.'o other *".' tat II I CommissIon eatsbio. State of Polda
I Sr o il.h04 by )
t9: I. aforesaId :
MARKET "more than three tsnns'3> Interest e.natl.and.n.tOD.. .1.t by n.it. authority &e. nm. *and be_Sbwsn 1077: e : t.Ir 1 'ol. .

bern In such "."""D tnt. .a fur 'b.ln. .Dlma rule an* ratn bl Anntlo the said District ban) end 55'd t.
fish. WUo of
1-2 mock N. of Union Bus Station on Jax Road 1501 Itirine..e'.r Curb Dertn5 time as .lbll f.1, w.te* aeul..nlo O etlbllsn- ,50 t the .. .ppletoD relating )b 1" '"the' of territory April. 1941.which.mbnd wa o the It1 I"S

determine 'n addition to control ), of and salt .at _0.. ..t fish CommJsskmera* District la- ,-.

the powey vanrluarles refuge reser- the uC.API" described tn Book .of the.Minute '
D" .le br a otbsg eroperty sop '! 0... tm J of the Count Conrntaalnner. said .Asi

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By 1\11'11. s. F. Jones.

SUCCESSFUL Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly of
t; Pine Level were guests of Mr. Kathleen Norris Says ::

and Mrs. Lem Brown Wednes

and Mrs.: Albert Newmans
Let Your Find Freedom !
o Daughter
f of Wildwood recently visited Mrs. I

Newmans' parents, Mr and Mrs. Bill Srndlc.WNU ....t..r... i
I Iti
Inc 9pM Lester Kite, and other relativesand I

_ _ ,. at MRS. CATHEUHS COItHAD EDWAKMJUeoctato friends here. !:
Mrs. H. C. Wynn !la visiting: her \

: rdUo. Venetf ........* parents !or. and Mrs. Denmarknear

Raiford.Mr. .

and Mrs. Everett Oliver and
Mr. Oliver's mother of Jacksonville .

_Ir I wear makeup and talk about>> try to open their eyes to the fact are spending:- the week-end

; the boys and stop riding my biketo that there are far more shy young with relatives here. 1z

school. do you think I can be people like themselves than like the Mrs. Della Thomas and son,
popular is a typical adolescent gay super-sophisticated crowd they
GUI, and Mr. Thornton of Jacksonville w
query. are being left out of. When they
It is difficult to persuade a daughter turn their backs on other wallflowers visited relatives here Sat

who looks shy and childlike in like themselves they are beingas urday. i

,the company of glittering girls her selfish as the ring leaders whore Mr. and Mrs. Bell have returned

own age girls who have matured making them miserable. home from a trip to Pensacola
early, that some day her as-yet- I know it seems to be adding Insult -
where visited their and
they arm
undeveloped beauty will tar exceed to Injury to expect a neglectedgirl
the mere prettiness of those she to be nice to a stammering: daughter and other relatives and -k c.-l:
envies. What does she care about boy who she knows would ratherbe friends. ( -

the futures-she wants to be pretty dancing with someone else any .=. D. Jones went to Gaines.
and popular right now) way. But it's nevertheless true that ville Monday on business
wry Parents of sons have this problem relieving another's loneliness is a
s too for there are boys who sure way of winning friendliness for Mrs.! Chas. Temple of StarkeIs

grow up slowly and although 10 oneself. The personality grows by the guest of her uncle and

; / years later they may be worth 20 what it exerts Itself to do and if it aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith. /. t
of the smooth fellows they envy makes the effort to be friendly to
that, too, is something you can't those who need friendliness (not
make them take comfort in, or even Just to the glamorous few) it will GUM BRANCH /71i
believe. acquire warmth and self-forgetful- Ily Mrs T N. Norman G l\ 2ci
Parents can help these slowly ness. ;

Heap High the Cookie Jar! maturing youngsters come throughthe To encourage your son or daugh. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish are
unhappy years when their ter to make this exertion do everything the proud parents of a baby born
(See Recipes Below) schoolmates outstrip them sociallybut you can to improve their ap Tuesday of last week. Mother 't11

you can't spare them all hurt. pearance. Don't tell yourself that
and baby are doing; nicely.
It t Sweet Toothy I This Week's Menu This youthful heartbreak is like an clothes don't matter because every-
Mrs. Carlton I Chastaln and lit.
illness, you can nurse a child ten thing just'hangs on Sue's bony
Apricot Juice with Lemon Slice
[, ;:;;have some cook- Macaroni and Cheese derly through mumps but you can't frame or Bill's big hands and feet tle daughter of Jacksonville are
prevent his suffering some pain. make him look awkward whateverhe visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
asked in a childish Tomatoes Baked with Chopped Nor do you want to shield a young wears. It Is now that they need this week.
Ion is going to Green Pepper Center person from learning to take the the bolstering effect of the nicest Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of ///i
>al pleading Shredded Green Salad normal disappointments of life. clothes afford to
be as daily as the you can buy them. Rising: spent a few days with Mr.
Rye Bread Butter Sometimes make matters
parents Encourage them to be the best
/ and Mrs. T. N. Norman .
If sunrise and sun- American Prune Pie worse by sharing the child's fear of groomed youngsters in their class- recently.Mr. \ \
'I'set these daysas Beverage I being unpopular. Certainly nothing clean, smooth hair, spotless clothes, and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and

your younger could be worse for an already well manicured hands. If they are little son Rudolph, were visiting:

members of the battered ego than to sense that troubled with acne take them to a Mr. ,and Mrs. J. C. Sapp Thursday My mocker tuggfili that Lea and I com la her for dinners .! regular
family feel the homemade cookies of yours will be :Mother is disappointed because you doctor for treatment. Watch their of last week at Sampson boarding but that would mean marketing, and duhuiaihing" on In. old
snap of fall In the mighty welcome to him at camp: don't look like a movie star. As a diet and see that they get t plenty of nun that/ tut could b. paying mure than urn tan afford.
term ,
Honey Fruit Bars. matter of fact parents should be sleep and exercise. And provide; City.Mrs. txctpt
air. School days T. C. Chastain of Hampton -
(Makes S dOleD) grateful if their children take a few them with a lotion which will par
with their de- in Those was visiting Mr. and Mrs By KATHLEEN NORRIS
I eggsH extra years maturing. tially cover facial blemishes. BAD COMPANYThe
mand on youthfulperk cup honey who come to full flower early and .Although you can't *.orce young Bob Myrick and Mrs. H. M Me- much claim have memories unfulfilled/
summer's lag. of themselves too Rae ot Pine Level visiting
up are sure soon people to entertain,' by inviting one were
e tool! H cup sifted flour miss the slow absorption of knowledge friend of theirs at a time to dinner Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman HOW old father and ambitions and lost opportuni.

of you can say "no" to fi teaspoon salt and the deepened understanding and making the youngsters the center Thursday evening:. upon the time, lien make the worst kind of
or cookies. Far from }4 teaspoon baking powder which make for a richer adult of attention you can gradually of company and are certainly nota
W pound pitted dates, sliced make home money, youth, happiness
appetite for dinner, a personality.So your a place they liko desirable substitute for the
6 ounces mixed candled fruits first make sure In your own to come to. And this Is the best bid their children? It's an old
of milke The
with glass .
o a Beat eggs and honey to blend. Add mind that you are giving your boy for popularity that parents can give never to be satisfactorily joy accomplishment./
child get gracefullylate sifted dry Ingredients and fruits and and girl a big parental O.K.. then their children. question, woman who facet middle age
afternoon hours one answered, for even with only "if' and "when"
mix well. Turn into a greased wax-
when it's all reasoned out, "but" ihoio the
paper lined pan. Bake in a moder- and to for
e cookie jar full may ate-to-slow (325-degree) oven for 43 WCTU GLEANINGSLee human hearts will solve it as thing the' might have done
our, This major year problem it will be minutes. Remove paper. Cool and HOMSEHOM First affection and weakness and with her youth /facet also the
Nichols Pastor Baptist
cut Into bars. -Roll In powdered old
obedience dictate and prospect of an unhappy
king cookies with a ra- Church Beach Fla. filial ,
it desired. Store in covered Daytona
r. But you'll do It, I sugar tsYPATRICIA will continueto age filled with regrets That I
elderly tyrants
Jar for several days to mellow. (Continued from last week) Kathleen Norris hat
these recipes win help it why
their own
E DOWCurved have things
Chocolate Chip Cookies. The Battle of Waterloo markedthe written this message to young

lineal Crisples. (Makes 3H dozen) end of the Hitler of that day Nina is 28; she has been the girls and their mother who

pikes 4. dozen) M cup butter -Napoleon Bonaparte. Marshall main support of a family of love them but will not let
W, cup honey Ney, after surveying the battle For six
ar1tnlnr her
four fpr eight years. them Be tare to read
1 small go.
egg line retired to his tent! and drink.
sugar been engagedto
of those years she to this letter from a
1 sifted flour answer
cup r
fcuk of his favorite fell
ing Burgundy,
syrup : her husband-to-be
I beaten 1 teaspoon baking powderW ; A thot W Sh.e.r MST'. Kltcfc.. Into a heavy sleep and slept too Is a be young married doctor with no very bril- girl' who hat been engaged for

I Mir milk teaspoon salt long. He found himself appar liant prospects; Nina has. no money six years
a lifted flour H cup seml-eweet chocolate chips By MARY E. DAGUE enUy unable to give orders or saved and they are wondering

ton salt M cup nutmeats Author of Sister Mary's Kitchen. make any decision and the famed whether they dare take the chance a good cook, and the suggests that

D i sods 1 teaspoon vanilla Few of us realize the annual esti military strategist of Napoleon of marrying, with the possibility of Lee and I come to her for dinnersat

D i baking powder Cream butter and honey until light mated waste that has been foundIn shared the defeat of his leader. art obligations to his old people and hers regular boarding rates, but that
and fluffy. Add and beat well. the American home.
I egg would marketing and dish.
nlitiral 127 mean
That face.
was years ago. them in the _
Sift dry ingredients twice and add Two billion pounds of kitchen staring .
I islsins washing for me on the old terms, except
In March of 1918 the German
to butter mixture. Add vanilla and fats, 10,000 tons of tin and 1.000,000 "My father died last May, after that would be paying $00 a
Isir tons of scrap steel seem like ap- forces were near enough to Paristo r of invalidism' writes Nina. we
and shortening Add blend well. Fold In chocolate chips rieyr years month-more than we could afford
figures for the accumulated the towers of that
palling see city. mother Is a strong capable
1 Blend. Add and nuts. Chill then drop by "My
beaten I
eggs spoon. I "junk' around the house. But the unless I went on teaching. am so
turned back and that
They were bad ,
|r dry ingredients. Add fuls on a greased cooky sheet Bakeat I real significance of these figures woman of 08, but she has eyes.cannot' perplexed between them all I

I with tour milk. Stir In 375 degrees for 12 minutes. lies in the fact that these materialscan marked the beginning of the end read, and lives In constant don't know what to do; I long to getaway
for the armies of Kaiser overtake her
i raisin,. Drop by spoon. Can you spare a cup and a quar- be utilized In making essentialwar Imperial fear that blindness will State from everything and wish Lee
oiled of ? I materials. Wilhelm II Professor Hans My little sister BenT went to
baking sheet Bake ter sugar could get an offer from some far.
(ite (350-degree) oven for think you can if / Consequently the bureau of Indus Schmidt of Halle, who was a commanding Normal college as I dId and I expected city and I could simply walk
tral: conservation of the War Production officer in the German that her salary as a teacher away
you know that I p out the routine and drudgery, responsibility
linger Snaps. you will spread .).t1. II board of has established various army, tells us that the French would help out at home, but she and worry that have
types salvage
programs.Our has
molasses that sugar over country is counting on us- had left a great supply of alcoholic married very young and now been mine so long'"
she li
nps sifted flour eight dozen cookies '- American housewives do our utmost drink as the surest meansof three small babies, though The chances are that the capable

spool salt as In the fol4A, in this vital war program of retarding the German advance. only 23. affectionate mother Is making quite

in butter lowing: salvaging. It's a worthwhile contri- Two whole divisions, ,were disabled Uncle Assists. a martyr of herself. Just widowedand

goons sugar Vanilla Nat Ice Box Cookies. bution that we can make towardswinning by drunkeneM.. 'The wine. 'My uncle pays taxes and Insurance with BellY married and now

UpaaD sodaJblnpoons (Make. 8 dozen cookies) Tin cans the and war.kitchen fats require drenched German troops were : tt > on our little cottage amount- Nina deserting her! And the chancesare

ginger I c.ps sifted cake flour especial care in their preparation. mowed down by the deadly ma- Ing to about $200 a year; I pay also that she would tell you

issej to boiling point and 14} teaspoons double-acting baking Wash cans thoroughly after empty- chine guns. That was 24 years everything else. With my father's that her whole purpose In living was

tat' Add sifted dry In- powder In j and remove paper labels. Cans : r 3* insurance money I have turned our to make life easier for her girls and

mo- W teaspoon salttablespoons with painted-on-labels should not be ago.David Lloyd George was quote 'G14 9 i Z.w' two front rooms Into a separate contribute at any sacrifice, to their a

fat S butter or shortening caved. ed as saying during the World i. apartment, with a bath and kitchen. happiness.

and H cup brown sugar firmly packed After opening top of can and War, "We are fighting Germany, w1'. .f.vwv1 W4 This Is already rented for $40 a Such mothers never look back and
emptying' contents and washing cut
h Into 1 cup granulated sugar o>tt the bottom of the can. Put both 'Austria and strong drink and the 3 month. Betsy cannot help my mother remember Just how little their own

roll ,t 1 egg, well beaten lop and bottom Inside of can. Lots greatest of these Is strong drink." ; Lee, my sweetheart, makes mothers' plans and desires mat.

''waxedplace 1 cup chopped ants1H ot housekeepers who live In apartments Alcoholic liquor baa d n f e ated $1,300 a ;year as a resident at the tered to their own youth. They

teaspoons vanilla always have done this to more men, more armies, and more hospital and beginning to have stepped off happily into matrimony;

tar to Sift flour once measure add bakIng empty cans. nations) than anything: else! from a few private patients; not a very i they took It for granted that every

Ightslices ,.. .?? powder and salt. Sift again. Flatten cans by stepping on them. the dawn of history down aero good chance that I could help my i young woman has a right to her own

with sharp knifeS Cream butter and sugars gradually Do Leave not enough flatten space by between hammering.flattened the centuries to the prevent time. mother either. In any crisis. I life

moderate oven until creaming thoroughly. Add egg nuts, sides to see through. I say that history Indicts the "I am sick with longing for my I And so she has. If Nina's mother

'eat Remove from pan vanilla) and mix well. Add flour Cans prepared this way are easy liquor traffic of this highhandedcrime own home" the letter goes on."Jt I has to take boarders let them be

nd tore in tightly cov- gradually mixing well after each to store and take up very little of sabotage. is misery for a man and woman boarders other than Nina and Lee.

er to keep crisp addition. Shape Into roil.,, H4 Inches :'\>om. Keep them In a box sepa- It Is time for the Christian' who love each other to put off again Nina and Lee have a right to privacy

of your may be grown- In diameter and roll In waxed paper. rate from other trash until you dispose citizenship of this land of liberty and again the time of their happiness to the delights their own

In the service but my Chill overnight or until Arm enough Millions of them.of pounds of glycerine whose duties to'.their country together, and we have grown home no matter how small and
at lome of those good. to slice. Cut in tt-lncb! slices. Bakeon and Impatient sometimes to plain It Is. Coming every day to
are needed for our war effort and I outlined in my -message of I 8215 weary
ungreaaed baking sheet in a hot with the same old dining-room for dinner
of almost
much of this must come from the last Sunday t o awaken from; the point
oven (425 degrees) 5 minutes or until kitchen. sleep and to smite hip and thigh .x each other, during these long years.I bearing the lame old problemsof
Lynn llgnt golden brown.A Save all cooking fats pan drip- this of Neckline have not had money for pretty leaking faucets or broken win

rig: Food/Eat and can fruity unusual pie Is this 'one plngi from all kinds of roasts broiler unto enemy him that our nation. "Woe Pattern Ne. 8215-The deep round things, for the holidays we might dow-blinds, what freedom Is Nina

You can from your Vie. combining prunes and bananas with drippings from steaks and chops giveth his neigh- neck ribbon gathered Is a centerof have had together; I have worn my going to enjoy She will wipe the
eft But you still cornflakes and coconut. A sugar- rod bacon and deep fats from bop a drink. That putteth the fashion Interest In this newest of cousins' clothes, schemed and worried same old dishes, answer the old telephone
e i left maT dauchriuM and other deep-fat fried bottle to him and make him dirndls! Here Is one of
you say? saver too: Save fats well gay young to make ends meet until I feel sit down to the same
rood, vegetable as
drunken also""The those picturesque amusing: colorful
she has
ra several American Prune Pie. l like an old woman. games of cribbage Just as
methods to as 1ad. Son of God goes forth to frocks-which can be so easily
of the surplus. First. (Serves I .. II) When all cooking good has been war made at home-and so Inexpensively "My mother says now that she done for years.

to see whether your S cups cooked prunes obtained from the fats pour through A I made In a crisp gingham check. cannot possibly manage on $40 a Mother Owes Apology. .
7 has a strainer into a wide-mouthed can Kingly crown to gain Nina has given enough of her life
calico flowery chintz or
one of print a teaching
those stor- Ui cups whipping cream a month, that 1 must go on
1'1 Where such as a coffee can. Be sure His blood-red banner streams afar unbleached muslin! Later It can be to her old people. It Is her mother
you 54 honey until Lee's income warrants our
the can rent cup that the can Is spotlessly clean. Who follows In his train." I made in wool challis or velveteen who ought to be grieving, who oughtto
freezing that
locker. I cap sliced bananas cardboard leaving her. Lee says a
Don't use glass, paper or
I and Among His followers are those with the flattering dickey for contrast be apologetic that she has managed
speed are Imporn Few grains salt containers and don't ask to have the tor's wife cannot possibly b. a t
who dare stand the moral her affairs badly -that this
In against so
this type of store I cups nncrushed corn flakes can returned to you. Pattern No. 8215 I* designed for teacher that It Is too much of a
must be weD aelect- H cup shredded coconut Keep In the refrigerator or in a economic and political corruptionof I sizes 10 to 20. Size 12 dress with strain on our nerves. There is no splendid daughter Isn't to have a }
rant the cool dark place until at least one the Liquor Traffic which horribly pretty wedding an outfit of lovelynew
shell (9-inch) 35 and even
expense of this Baked pastry ( short sleeves takes 3tt :yards money for a trousseau
eservlng, pound has been collected. shackels America to-day. material 2 ribbon for clothes with which to go to her
Cut prunes from pita In small inch yards with the most modest little apartment
at borne 'Is another pieces. Whip cream. Measure one Take the fat to a In meat this dealer drive. And the day Is not far off when I neck 7 yards rlc rac; H ;yard contrast there must be good managing husband.My .
ex- who is cooperating .
advice to Nina Is to
an awakened get married
I : for dickey.
and citizenship will rise
one of the oldest cup and blend with honey. Add fruit He wUl weigh your can of fat pay on our small Income.
available. and stir to blend. Add cornflakes established for it up In the ballot box and demand I at once and let her helpless
Driers cano and salt you the price "1 want so to be happy to be
for und start it its to the war a reckoning these things mother, her criticizing aunts and
reasonable sum and blend lightly but thor- on way loved and free and able to rest In
advantage industries. Avoid taking the fat to (Furnished and paid for the her generous cousins and uncle setUe t li
baked shell by
Into pie
.1 fruits for drying oughly. Pour butcher on week-ends. Help local W Name.............................. my: home as other women do! I all the problems that her marriage .
and and sprinkle with coconut Top with your C. T. U.) Lee back for these
vegetables want to
so pay
I him by disposing of your fat during causes at home. Doctors
king Such and as root velia-: remaining cream and serve soon after the week. poultry department, ,specializing Addfaa.............................. generous years of waiting! But on have a way of prospering, and doc
aquash have preparation. the other hand, there is my mother
ping In live and dressed poultry. Mr. tors' wives are fortunate women
qualiUes If ...........................,. that }
atural stored ; What prob'..... or recipes ara matt New Employe At JohnsJ. Johns stated yesterday.MQuaiAaur ..... and my aunts assure me because the Incessant tragedies and
temPera State under weD on your mind during rheas fall days? they would not be surprised If she responsibilities of the greatest profession

r lures such as Explain your problam to Lynn. Chambers B. Revels la a new employeat Nm of paper....................." were to be taken ill and die as a teach a man the value of

eeUar. Dried beans, and tha will give you aiparl S. R. John & Son's store on result of the shock of my leaving. child.
cared onions be advice on it. Address your lttt... KG.rg of Pattern N........... ..........." home life serenity, affection
may for
an atUe. :, mcloMing tall-addrtuad stamped 0"- Washington St. He was sometime Ne Vacation la Five Years hood. The years ahead will be kind.
require; a Squash relatively and "./ ". for your reply, to her a Ma cashier at the Tip Top ....cb n4 IS pattern ants d In..lr coin., _(tar "It is five years since I have had er to Nina than those that have i
:e with free Lynn ChamonsTattarn\ Grocery, later on putting In a any vacation except the Christmas gone; hers has been the sort of girlhood ,

circulation Union, HO South Oasplainas Span fruit and vegetable stand of his c 666. Patricia Dow Pattern vacation, for I teach In summer ala that makes for a happy and

I Chicago, IUlnois.a.t..a.d own on Temple Avenue. This Z" W. llth St.. New Terk. N. T. woman's college- My mother Is grated| maturity.EB .
Western Newspaper
by store has just Installed a new
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-Civilian Pilots Police Hear AlibiOne 'Manning Rites To Merry Catch Chase Negro"James All Men 2045May Has Defense ContractFor Work 5353Bradford

James Hair, son-in-law of Frank
Starke boast of another defense
can -
C. Holllngswortb, along with Hicks", negro, didn't See ServiceEvery Coumy
12 0'- \
: ethers, had his picture in the St. night recently, Held SundayJohn get the mall he asked foe at the plant within her borders quota for Sf'Pternber \\11\

V : ,: JI Petersburg Times recently as clock Tex Hall, of Tampa and R. Starke Postoffice Saturday after- I this week. The Hartmans will Instead of $24,600 II k

a student taking the civilian K. Hashem of Chester, Pa, with Calvin Manning; 68, noon, but he may get a term in man between the ages of soon open a pretentious) plant at given to the II

,d > training course. whom he had Just become acquainted a Federal prison for asking for 20 and 45 years Is a potential the city Kmits on Temple Avenue, hed Telegraph Y
business man
1 "Men between ages of 18 and bought; a shotgun anda prominent retired itt! At least, he got as far on his soldier and must be prepared to September t, accoq,
a} 36 who have been' excluded by 7-lnch barrel 43: Colts pistol of Starke, died suddenly Friday way as Jacksonville Monday aft- answer when his country calls and Charles. Darby's new shop S. A. Weldon chall'lnaJa

nome minor physical defect or by from Clarke's shoe shop on Road nIght Sept. 11, as the result of a ernoon, when a deputy U. S. Mar- him. General Vivian Collins, State which began operating last Sat County War Bond If

t! ; :[ -$e ale from becoming war pilots", 13 north of town; then bought a heart attack. He had been in shal took hlni there to stand trialIn Director of Selective Service, urday at his residence on North Committee."It and
,, said the Times article "can take and a out In a recent news conference -
buckshot possibly
I t 1 large quantity of declining health for several years, Federal court on pointed Cherry street, may now be addedto has
heart from examples of James' cartridges from Cooks| _store, and double-charge of robbing a pol-! General Collins quoteda rul1lOl'III'!
t Hair and homas Ravenscourt who started Into Starke to "shoot the andnews of his death, saddened dler and using the mails to de recent release by General Lewis the short but growing:: list. Mr Weldon 1lresdayr'< '
with this' community where he had of Selective Mr. Darby's first contract is ford
study cross country maps cop" and rob "a certain place. fraud. B. Hershey Director County has
4 t Instructor Otis Beard, veteran This fact was reported to the been in business' for 32 years be- According trf reports emanat- Service: as follows: the drilling of 20,000 holes In its quota", and fallen
1' r d teacher of civilian pilot training police, and when they arrived in fore his retirement In 1938. ing from the Sheriffs office and "Under the Selective Trainingand oheet metal for the Southern Telegraph Is his

I in St. Petersburg. Hair and town they were arrested by the Mr. Manning was a native of the Post office, one or more negroes Service Act of 19 4 0, as Engineering Company of Jacksonville refutln tllia
Si Raven court enrolled here several Lake but came to Starke soldier In in of metal by a repetition of
M. P.s and City police. Their City held up a negro amended every male- resident These pieces are cer&lla!
t weeks ago for a CP course given alibi was that they were olng 41 years ago. Manning's his Jacksonville last week and among this country between the ages of to be used as water filters for and figures. Bradford
: under direction of the local Junior down South to shoot rattle- grocery and mercantile business other things stole! a n airplane 20 and 45 years-with a few specifically 100-foot tug boats to be used for tlans bought 150,83830

; t b : college. They have completed makes." It was stated that was known was a landmark ticket which cost $120. Boldly stated exceptions-is /liable fire-fighting, he said. bonds and
ri I K six weeks'at primary training, six Hashem was a mentally deficientman along Call St. for many years' It trying to get the cash for It, for induction Into Unarmed As soon as this contract Is fulfilled In stamps during
M b weeks of secondary training, will who had Just been turned out wan first housed in a little frame "Private James Hicks" wrote the forces. Therefore, every man In Mr. Darby stated, another July, on a quota of J.
r finish six weeks of cross-country building, long since destroyed, Airlines at Jacksonville and,he'will 900, they purchased
of the Army on that account. Company this age bracket who is physically will be awarded, keep bony I
study this week, then start the Chief A. I* Alvarez wired his just west of the railroad track, sending the ticket, and stat- mentally, and morally acceptable buoy continuously with all the extent of $45.861 and to

id& final lap of six weeks In instruc- mother who came to Starke and but soon moved into the Pace ing that he had decided not to la a potential soldier; and machinery he can purchase. His they bought i bond in A
; tors' training before being went took him home yesterday morn- block-on the site occupied by take the trip, and requesting the must and will be called for"mili- contracts will be subcontractsunder of $23,212 the
dt 'i f, to Atlanta and assigned to active" Ing. "The rattlesnake tamer Is the Military Inn. return of his money to Starke, tary service if and when the the Southern EngineeringCo. A "Million on a quota of t!
1 Instructors Dollar
duty somewhere as still In Jail", Chief Alvarez said Because of ill health, Mr. Man- Florida.In need of the Nation so demands. He has AA-1 priority rat- to boost bond sales Biw

yesterday ning was forced to retire in 1938 the! meantime the soldierIn : "Some who are liable are deferred Ing;, and last week added a brand other suburban commuJ In ;

ii I>O YOU KNOW AKOUTROACHES and since that time has lived on Jacksonville who bad been I now, from military service new drill press to his equipment, well as In Jacksonville..
i {IK/71. J. Markham his farm place near Starke. He robbed notified the airlines company because they are more necessarynow and will continue to add, equip- held at the George
r ? 'regretted having to quit the business Hence, 'when the ticket In war production or In ment as rapidly as It can be ,e- Hotel In Jacksonville> Will:
;' ,ft When you fight roaches you William J. Markham 65: of '! where he served the public arrived the agent telephoned the other civilian activities supportingthe cured. Wednesday Sept 23 817 l

try to get rid of them all Ralford. died at his home Tues- falthfuly for 32 years and remarked soldier he had located his ticket, war effort. Some are defer- Mr. Darby Is now giving full said. Invitations will;, Mr bt'tr t
Y 1( j, not Just kill the few that day morning as, the result of a after the sale: "This lit- and he got it and took his trip. red because their induction could time to this defense work, hav- to some 1,000 of '
l you can hit with spray or heart attack. Funeral services tle store has been good to me and The agent also notified the po t- cause hardships to dependentsand ing turned over entirely the managing most prominent Jack*

'b v w W ; duet or that walk Into a were held Wednesday at 3 P. M., I hate to leave it." office Inspector of the matter who because the social and econ- of the Darby's grocery to citizens, and quite and a pi'

powder by accident. and Interment was at Elzey cemetery i In addition to his widow Mrs. Immediately got in touch with omic welfare of the Nation demands his brother Morgan Darby. He Invitations will likewise, nun
rr K-3-D De Witt C. Jones had 'Delia Manning, the deceased is Postmaster F. F. Stump and told :!! that Its family units be left the store after' Labor Day, to Starke's citizens
charge of funeral arrangements. survived by six daughters: Mrs. him to pick ''up the man who preserved intact as long as poe- spent all last week getting'things of the invitation Is ACC!!
a{ ItOACII KILLER ISUlf'J'UENT Besides his wife, he Is survived Edith Moseley Brown and Mrs would call for mall for "James sible. Nevertheless, all deferments In readiness, and opened the on your willingness predict to !

by two sons-William T, Mark- W. H. Hart Starke;, Mrs. Ed Hicks". are provisional, subject to plant Saturday. Associated with minimum amount of punt
tl t yi Roaches eat it because they' ham, Jacksonville, and Robert Voder KissImmee; Mrs. Leonard An M. P. was on duty at ,the withdrawal, and are made onlyto him in this new venture are Leon- War Bonds either pencil$Jl l I,)''
like it. They dry up and die. J\lfarkham. Ralford; two daughters Colson. Lake City; Mrs. L. W. postofflce watching for him but serve the Nation's interest-' ard Peek 17, and Edgar Wilkin' for the firm you
Put K-3-D in little plies or -Mrs. Edna Scott of Raiford, Strickland Wildwood; and Mrs. had gone to lunch when he came not that of the registrant his son. 16. letter of Invitation repreeM'the

in bottle caps and place it In and Miss Irene Markham, of Clarence Beasley, Gainesville; two In. Mr. Stump, not to be out- dependents, or his employers as Mr. Darby has had eight years'experience by Robert R, Mllaro;\ chalru err
out-of-sight places where It Starke; a bl'other-R. M. Mark- sons: V. F. Manning, Starke and done, went out and grabbed him individuals, but for the common in his own amateur the "Million Dollar Brat

can be left as bait. Safe to ham, .Ralford; and a sister-Mrs. W. C. Manning, Jacksonville; ando but he'got away and led him and benefit, of all our people machine shop where he worked Mr. Milam's letter to Mr.t

4, i i P u.e. Non-polsonons to man Lily Hodge of Le Canto. n e brother, D. W Manning, three of his clerkH-: John Clement "Moreover under the Act, a merely as a hobby. states, that "Mr Fate a;

and pets. Daytona Beach. Marlon Browning and Barney deferment from military servicecan hat your County gets crrt,

15c and 23c: pkgw. Buttons Needed Mr. Manning was a member of McRae-a merry chase down Jefferson be granted only to an individual single men with dependents will anything raised at this r

at the Church of Jesus Christ of Thompson and Call and by no other agency be called before married men and on the 23rd.TwoJob .
Mrs. Bessie Burns, Red Cross Latter Day Saints1.: streets. ,and onuuntll he crawled than his own local board. No married men with children will
+ ; Sistrunk Feed and Executive, has requested that all' Funeral services were held under" the small i house In'Judge group'or claps exemption, or deferment be called last; and thOse with
persons who have buttons they I' E. K. Ferryman's yard. There, can be made except by dependents who are not engaged
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock In Man
Seed Co.NTAIIKE take them to
do not need, please the Methodist Church at Starke with 200 or 300 Starkeites look- Congress. In work 'essential to the war effort -

''mP ; FLOItlDA the Red in Cross the American production Legion room I with Elder Paul J. Prisbey and Ing on. Buddy Bishop pulled him "The group or class, exemption will be Inducted- ahead of Harry Davenport who w;

f / Mfg by McPhail Products. located Street. The Elder A, Willis Smith officiating. out and Ben Holtzendorf arrested! which Congress has made those who are so e'iXlployed--Lf, or rested Monday night by
West Call
Makers of Antene. Hall on I Active pall bearers were: W. him and placed him in the County are specifically stated in the Act when the Nation requires their policemen W E Thereto
Is Tuesdays -
1 Orlando,, Flu. production room and open Fridays, II. Mundy, Jr., C. II. Nasworthy, jail. and aply to certain National and military service. F'red Sapp, was nlll In jaD J B

I, from' 2 Thursdays to 5 o'clock P. M. C. J. Wade W. N" North, W. A. Mr. Stump stated that, whilehe State officials, certain Nationaland "Each registrant who is liable nesday night waiting for
Bessent and A O. Andreu. Hon- was not certain that they had State officials, certain mem- under the law for military ser- one to post a $75 cash h I hr

orary were: R. A. Green, E W. the right man, that he called bers of the Diplomatic Corps, and vice, and is physically mentallyand his release. He ppent hli

. 1i? "f CLASSIFIED ADS U a ye s, C A. Knight, O.' W. himself "private" James Hicks certain of their alien attaches and morally qualified to give his selling coupons to toldltn

p9l Iv, t __ White A. J. Thomas. R. A. New- when he was not a soldier, and employee, and ministers and the- country that service must rea- local photo studio, and bit i
4 1 some O. J. Griffin, Errol Alvarez, also that he had a man's Bulova ological students. Any other reg- lize that'' deferment granted to selling liquor to loMien.ch!

FOR SALE-10 slightly used, WANTED TO ,BUY-Frying or N., Sternberg, J. M. Alvarez, D. watch hidden In his sock Inside istrant seeking a deferment Including him merely affects the order of or anyone who wanted bIle

71I'r' single metal beds with mat. roasting chickens and turkeys, E. Knight, J. F. Klckllter, Bayles hIs shoe when he was caught. alien residents and con his Induction; that 'he is poten- specialized i n "111m

a t' tresses. Like new.. $7.50 each. live or dressed, any number. Edwards A L. Alvarez Wm. scientious objectors for whom tial soldier and must be preparedto bottles, which he old ft
+' l"yJ \( Telephone 176. We pay market prices GUI Agin. J. B. Sapp, W. M. Edwards Gas Rationing special provisions are containedin answer when his country calls cents, and In half-pints O
DON GRILL. It N. D. Wainwright, Jos E. the Act, must apply tor it him." L. Alvarez stated Wedntsii
jI TOR SALE:-Six-room cottage in Wilson and F. F. Stump. Serious Business through his local board. ...
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1 Starke. It Interested address: Interment In "Fundamentally there are
South only
a WANTED-Housekeeper to tend was Prong
Dempsey clerk for the
a Owner, Box 745 Starke." Itp 1 1-2 year-old baby. May stay Cemetery under the direction of local Rationing Sapp.Board Is quite two reasons' why any man liable EVERY BRANCH OFnourcunce I

on premises if desired. Inquire Key-McCabe Funeral Home. Tor military service Is deferred,
perturbed because
FOR SALE- Missionary straw- "people seem to
and the main one is that the
Mr. Lappe at Babble's Bakery. expansion -
consider the whole of
i'lykt bed thous- question
berry plants, by or BRIEF HISTORYOF : of the Nation's armed
;l and-W. T. Wasdln, Waldo, lip gas rationing a'Joke". "They are forces has not yet reached the J.
HEALTH UNIT given a rationing bOOk with
Fla. 9-18 2tp a
stage where he Is needed in them.
young certain amount of gas to last
CASHIER WANTED Woman Woman to learn the florist business (Continued from. page one) from a certain time to a certain The other is that, at present, he

i, over 30 years preferred.--Apply' In Jacksonville\ No previous rected. Clinics for the regular time", Mr. Sapp Hated "and then Is more his civilian valuable to the war effortIn

t e Thelma's Place Temple Ave, experience necessary but examination of young babies are they come back, for more before occupation. ,
p $ Starke. lip willingness to learn essential.\ their first supply Is supposed to "Right now it is of vital Im-
to be established
soon !in order
Write Box 132. Fla. portance that the of H. C. WALL
Lawtey, ltp be exhausted. They don't try to machinery
FOR SALE--'43-acre: farm 3 miles that the future citizens of Brad- '
make It last, he continued production of supplies! and war
west of Lawtey on State Farm ford County may enjoy the best "they
r material
FOR SALE-one acre missionary health seem to try to use It as fast as operate as fully
road. Easy terms J. S. Norman, possible.One and rapidly as possible and skilled )
F Lawtey, Fla. 0-11 4tp strawberry plants, grown o n of the fields' In which the they"If can.there was a mistake madeon men are required to keep it turn- Agency
new ground. $10 to $15 per bed, health department touches the Ing. The important
problem for
FOR SALE New missionary 8 ft. wide, acre long.-J. D. lives of large numbers, of peopleis said part of the Board", he consideration In connection with Constant Service Over 50 Years
"adjustment will be made
,f ,1 strawberry plants. Pete Grlffla. ;
Bowers 2 ml. east of Starke. in health education. Many people but if there was no mistake occupational deferment 'at present
Rt. 1, Starke Fla. 8-28 4tp '
are victims of disease pri-
Itp made, they will just have to let therefore Is to Insure that
FOR RENT OR LEASE-1, 2 or marily because they were igndr- their cars stay !In the for sufficient 'necessary men' are on Please Phone 116
Lee ant of Its dangers and did not they will garage the industrial and agricultural _,- _....... .... -..... _n---
'I 5 the receive,
years, Morgan place FOR RENT2r o o m furnished' no more gas.
l how to avoid it. By means j front and In the scientific
l'' on Water Oak, formerly known pro-
'a as old Jesse Reddish place. For apartments for housekeeping.Hot of lectures newspaper articles I fessions! to arm, clothe, and feed .
Information address Bradford water, private bath. $30.- pamphlets and housetohousevisits Philippino Soldier our Army and Navy and to care COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY

4 County Telegraph. 9-18 3tp 210 N. Smith St., Gainesville, the department seeks to Approves Of USO for the basic needs of our civilian SUPPLIESFOR
acquaint people with disease population."But .
Fla. 8-18
4 FOR SALE_80-acre farm CO dangers and methods of improving "If I had a million I'd give It 'necessary men' who are THE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLASDW

ij acres cleared 2 ml. east of their genera health. to the U. S. O.," a soldier was qualified for military service may WE OFFER FAIREST PRICES A>D

{; ; Brooker. Two vets of buildings, BARGAIN Effecting no miraculous cures, heard to say recently after consulting be deferred only so long as they FRIENDLY SERVICE
goo d fence-L. W. Sowell, Six-room house 'I winning no medals for bravery the 'U. S. O. Campaign are absolutely necessary In such

Brooker 8.284tp Large lot very often being subjected to Honor Roll of contributors on civilian effort- and only until they P. S. STORES Inc.
?s..5. threats and criticisms and bur- Call Street. He was Private can train men not fitted for mili- ,
SI 100 cash
dened by lack of proper facilities Prlmltlvo Blanco Mendoza 32 tary service YOU-
p, milk cows, stock cows beef W. T. CLUTE. Realtor a or women, to re- TWO STORES TO SERVE
4 1 I the staff of the Bradford-Clay native of Manila who Is on his place them. AI they
v cattle, stock bulls or hogs. get 119 E. fall<< St.LOSTMrs. are replaced,
+ in touch with J. D. Odom Jr., J Health Unit has unceasingly labored first ,assignment In Florida. and as our armed forces Are ex- handing Center Bus Station
to Imp/ove the health of the Private Mendoza panded to
l Box 247 Starke Box 204 Lake was escorted create a greater need Fla.I .
h City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Mike Dew lost bill county knowing they are dally around the city by Marlus Rlsley, for their services under arms, ,And 145 W. Call St., Starke,
i Auction market every Thursday fold containing pictures of navy saving lives and preventing illness director of the U. S. O. Club op- they must 'an<1'W1ll be Inducted I

Rft di on all classes of live stock boy and others, medal and dog grief and poverty With the erated by the N. C. C. S. in "Likewise the growth of the "....

at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. tag. Finder please return to dedication of their new health Starke. Nation's need for military power ,IMIWl4",, Ij"'II''I''Ii''jjjj''IUI''UI'"II' ''' '' '''" '' IpalWtaYIIIM111MYaNIWlallU''''' '''''''' ''''' '' ''' "'
5-8-43 Bradford County Telegraph. Itp center, they pledge themselves "Private Mendoza Is the first wIll decide the duration of any
a, ; renewed effort for their country Philippine soldier to visit our deferment granted to '
_._._ __ _ _. any man Civilians
4 -- ow - '-''"')o their state and their nation.' club. He la enthusiastic about with dependents: Soldiers And
S the U. S. O. and likes Florida "Selectlve Service Regulations

Newsome's Market Coupons Wanted which he told me reminds him establish, degrees of dependency At
more of the Welcome
Philippines than any under which, as far as practical Always
Miss Kate Struth, collector of other part of the United States
FISH, POULTRY FRUITS & VEGETABLES coupons for the Methodist Or- he has visited," Mr. Rlsley mated.

phans Home at Enterprise requests -
!Moved This Week all persons who have coupons More Selectees SEA MICKEYSSERVING

of any kind to bring or send
To The Stand ,At them to her at the business or The following list of registrantswill

circle meetings of 'the WSCS. go to Camp Blanding today FOODSOur
317 Temple Avenue Coupons sent to the Orphanageare for induction into the Army:

redeemed by the factories and Paul M, Moore, Norman Mc- -

PAY US A VISIT valuable prizes are given when Quagge James Maurice Cahlll Specialty

s they are sent in sufficient quantities Jeremiah A. Malone Leo Brad- & STEAKS.
.... ley. Calvin FANCY WESTERN CHOPS
- Starling William T. I

OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. Legion MeetingThe ton William 0.. Forsyth. Leroy Thorn- AND SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS
James Livingston Russ WllUs OYSTERS COOKEDTO
LUNCHEON35c Jones-Langford-Whlte Post ,Clifton Broughton Marlon MANY GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES

of the American Legion will meet Oscar Williams, Johnnie Scott SUIT YOUR .\. D
next Tuesday night Sept. 22, In Balsden, OWN HOME BAKED

the' "hut" on West Call Street,
H, A. Carlton, Adjutant, has an Methodist Church PERSONAL TASTE PASTRIES.

nounced. All members are urged
to oe present. The Church School 10 A. .
drive for a it ,
100 percent renewal of member- Morning Worship 11 o'clock.
..k.j' ? NO DRINK OR DESSERT ship by paying 1943 dues Is now Sermon Subject: "T h e Chal- ALWAYS THE BEST. TilE MARKET\

We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town on. Hand your dues to H. A. lenge to Carry On." A&ALUNCIIEONETTE .

,. ,.. ,. ,.. Carlton A. J. Thomas or S. A. Youth Fellowship Meeting 7 p.
Weldon and your 1943 member- st, Cafeteria

GUIDON GRILL ship card will be forwarded to Evening Worship 8 o'clock. Mickeys

you at once, a a well as your Subject: "The Return To The

";li, ?' Opposite Courthouse Jim Forrest, Mgr. i year's subscription to'the American Place of Worship. In Park Theatre Bid*. fl*

Phone 90'I Legion Magazine and the .: Prayer Service at the Church In Blanding Center Starke,
4 legionnaire. every Wednesday at 8 P. M.



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