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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 25, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PlacesBe Slow Delivery Starke Exceeds Tax Collections I f But Possession It Didn't Might Work Be This'9-10 TimeThe Of The Law Football Tonight



Rented r USO Quota; Near 100 Percent housing shortage, a reigning moved in and early Friday morning Bradford Park
.a nightmare in Starke for the the FSA. evidently disregarding -
past two yearn, has become the tradition of "he who

jut Petition Raises $2,800 Knight ReportsAn steadily worse until it. now has gets !there flrstest with the most- BHS BaldwinThe
dignified governmental agencies .51.", moved In on top of 'em. vs.

nouslng ac- end national organizations play Confusion reigned supreme and
ords! putting the rental mar- Once more Starke can be proud all-time high in Bradford ing "kitty wants a corner", If' steel files desks, chairs and other B. H. S. Tornadoes
;lone on In 'defense- of Its ability to "be back: In a County tax collection was re kitty finds a corner In Starke 'I furniture were no thick that play
he first where time rent controlt flash with the cash"! ported this week by Tax Collector these days she's gotta be a darn there wasn't any room for em- their first football game of the

es need to have On a high quota of $2,600 for C. A. Knight whose figures good cat.Anyhow ployes. season with Baldwin at Bradford

no longer by the area rent r the USO Jon. E. Wilson chair show 99.29 percent collected on this Is the story: After a hectic weekend during Park tonight at 8 o'clock. Coach

fixed being able to rent man of the drive for funds, announced 1941 taxes), real estate and per The Bradford County Health which little If any constructive Woodrow Riser urge* that citizensof
before amendment yesterday that his com- sonal. Clinic, at long last has moved into work was accomplished, the Red Starke and Bradford County
an sr ll' e4'14.v .
by
erty. mittee had exceeded the goal by On Its fine new home on Church coma out to the first and
Cross
,regulations Issued bye a total assessment of $:S1.- outnumbered in manpower, game
g of Price Admlnlstra- $200, 'raising a grand total of 367.45, a total of $31,00062 was St For several month. past both yielded ground Monday morningand encourage the boys, and Incidentally .

L. Duke, area rent 2800. "The good part about it actually collected. Mr. Knight the Farm Security Administration moved back to its former add their bit toward liquidatIng -
m r was that we were able to get it stated. The 'assessment Included and the Bradford County nook. Inn 1,500: Indebtedness on
r announced yesterday. up so quickly-In less> than two Chapter American Red Cross have
the bleachers. Admission is 55
mendment, Issued to all everything In the county except a been All's well that ends well however I
weeks, the chairman said. few held the casting longing eyes In the cents for adults and 30 cents
rent regulations for parcels by Internal direction and this Is no exception. It
of former
? Starke has four Clinic headquarters
raccommodatlons other USO clubs operating Improvement board, It was said. seems that the WPA Emergency for children" and soldiers.
AIn on the second floor of
for
locally the
ds and rooming houses, benefit of the Nursery School has been promised Due to the fact that school Is
courthouse here.
the The Red
men at
Camp niandlng and Funeral space in the new high school not yet In session" here. Coach
with the same Services
? away 1913 a friend of Mm. Juno the fine Cross had a temporary nook In
cooperation by citizens .
plant which will b... Riser has had
completed by In
difficulty
ent for housing accom- Wall, now deceased, mailed the in the drive shows that Held the office of Jam e a Holllnga- I get.
Sunday
they ,Oct. 5. When the school ting the out to
nursery boys practice
-
have been chang- regttlarly.
s which postcard, held here by PootmasterF. appreciate the work being done worth, supervisor of registration,
ling In an increase or de- Jo. Stump from HendrnonvlUe! here For Barney Sisson but needed more room badly. The leaves the Armory efforts will be Consequently, he la not
the number of rental' FSA was housed In the made to obtain this location for too optimistic over the outcomeof
i N. ( A few days ago just :27 City Hall
Ir. Duke continued. years later the card arrived at Barney Sisson "popcorn man" but Councilmen have been trying the Red Cross. tonight's fracas. However he

fore the regulations re- Its destination. but the person to Rosenberg Robbed, who had been In' Starke since to "ease" it out for some lime Final Ironical touch, however promises a good fight, no matter

ie landlords renting such whom It wan. suldrrrmed wan long Beaten By NegroSam November 1940- died at the St.Vincent's now in order to make room for Is that now the city {was room to who wins.Authentic.

for the first time to since dead. Yellowed with age, Hospital Jacksonville an enlarged city jail enlarge the jail It cannot obtain
the area rent director to the picture side of the can I wa Rosenberg is short $11.SOand : at 3:30: P. M. last Friday after a Both agencies felt that they construction materials for this Shots

first rent. This applicato u photograph of a large hotel l being a gold tooth, and Sam Dacus. brief Illness. Funeral servicesand had "legal right and priority" to purpose. They can still make Of Battle
be made at least 1 S destroyed by fire. It8.11 colored la in the County jail with Interment were conducted at the former clinic space so Thursday good use of the space,, however. Midway

ore renting marked with a 1913 postmark hammer marks on his head, as a by the Rabbi Jewish Safer.Center. Jacksonville, of last! week the Red Cross City Dnds maintain." Coming To Park"The

the amendment the land- and a 1942 postmark both at result of assault and robbery
now set the first rent HonderHonvllle Indicating that it about 8:30: Tuesday night. Active pall bearers were: Louis Battle of Midway", an

consulting with the areaice. was somehow (lost In the' pont- While Mr. Rosenberg, used fur- Shafkln. Milton Mills 'Charles New Director i Clinics authentic release by the U. S.
However, landlord... office there and just recently dls!! niture dealer was on a collectingtour Pariser, Sam Gottlieb, Kd:: Prince Night Government filmed 'In! color'by 4
and Pvt. Irving Zane, Lt. Commander John Ford for-
such wlth-
;star property cm'ered. In Reno, two negroes waited
of renting, and the for "Barney", as he was affection- mer Hollywood director will be
Aye him to come out of a drink For USO No. I To Be Held
shown at the Park Theatre Sun.
charged may be ordered stand next door to the moving ately called by the many friends
I 1 If It is out of line with Review Activities picture theatre. When he emerged he made In Starke In the last two day and Monday,

Barged in the area for one of the negroes. Sam years, had a most colorful career, i Julius L. Thorn native of Terre A night clinic will be held each The film open with peaceful

ble accommodations. Dacus. hit him in the face knock- having been born In Russia 60 Haute, Ind., l lit the new Directorof Tuesday from 7 to 10 o'clock' at shots of Midway Island's only I

nlary ange Is Amendment authorized under No. 4oxlmum Of Red Cross"How ing out down a gold In the tooth street.and throwinghim He got years when ago 16 years coming of to age.thin country He got USO Club No. 1 (YMCA). and the new Health Center on Church moves natives quickly, the Into goney the birds excitementof and

rent regulations his hand In Mr. Rosenberg's right his start In America In Brooklyn, arrived Friday to take the placeof street beginning Oct. 0, Dr, Mal the June dawn alarm the takeoff -

ing accommodations other we can help In the War pants pocket and stole about N. Y., and began his business Robert B. Wear who has been com J. Ford, director of the of the Flying Fortresses, the

jiels and rooming houses. Effort" was the subject of an interesting $11.50 which he had collected. career in Coney Island with a transferred to McKenzie Tenn. Health Unit announced this week. bombing of the island by Japanese
talk given by Mrs. Lea "tin type" photo gallery. Then planes the antiaircraftguns I
However. Mr. Rosenberg also had Mr Thorn Is an A. B.
graduateof "Thin clinic Is for blood tests and
he "took
to the road" with In action an plane
car
Goodman, general field representative $:SO In one-dollar bills\ In his left enemy
Buyers Get of the American Red Cross! pocket which had nivals and "made> a fortune" sell Eureka College Eureka. 111., shots only", Dr. Ford stated and' brought down. 1 Ira flames and the I
man given
Tickets a ing "novelties". and has taken special'work! at the there will be a charge of 23 cents. burning: of a U. S. hangar. i
eastern Woman's
at
area the
him to keep until he came out of '
Later on ""Barney" branchedout YMCA''Collegein Chicago. This night clinic i is for the convenience I 'Later scenes show the actionat I
Club building Wednesday afternoon a picture show.< This he held on ;
Mrs. Miniver"r of thorn who lea and the down of
[ until he work and tracking
Sept 10. to and saved. In spite of his anal' a partner had He comes to'Starke full of experience
,
""' 30 concessions ba cannot attend during the day I the 'remnants of the Japanese
lu rtlnetiatet' .e sal. *u "Victory In total'"\aI" rests upon scrambling in the gutter with the ,, :) carnival. He In the work having neet.
There
later owned and the charge la to> take care of: are.closeups of the
BOQIe..the.. ..t the**tu>ulder -"0('tr*Ch*and ally of negro highwayman. ,_ a'q.ek-house" business spent ,the ,/.l'uefive years as Ex- returning i lot Ii, "
the and
-feeding,alt .the show lights and Other'expenses: incurred .ftghl1p .p
adda Theatre.,announcesfiee us." Mrs. Goodman.*declared. In S. H. Bray, butche .for H. A. peo- ecutive Dtrect r-'of the Norwood of
scenes rescue planes downed at
ple In a carnival. It was at this) because of the additional ,
''
'> passes// to see "Mrs. outlining' activities of the Red Lawson wa' sitting in Mr. time; that he became married Ohio (In'g ate Cincinnati. ) work. sea; of funeral service for those
will be'given to anyone'' Cross, Mrs. Goodman told her Rosenberg's truck CO feet away Mrs. Sisson being his cashier for branch of the YMCA. Prior to who died In action and closed
ng a $25: '(or better) bond'y listeners that there la some activity -, when he began to cry for help. about 8 or 9 months before their that time he' served at Marlon ups of commanding officers. Including

or Saturday, Sept. 2 S i especially suited to the timeand ,, He got a hammer and broke the wedding. They stayed with that"how"The Ind.. Newcastle; Ind., and La Porte Plane SpottingDescribed : Major James Roosevelt.

This announcement is II talents of each. '> handle after giving the negro : Hajfpy Land"-until Ind. At ClubAs These valuable scenes cost the

I a full-page advertisement The Production Cirps- composed several hard licks. When Mr. the end of the season when Bar- In addition to his activities in Navy Department $39,000.: The
w part of the paper, and of women who can sew Bray went to the truck to get ney's health failed; he had a the YMCA and In his church denomination a starter for the new Rotary film is released through the War

chaser may obtain the knit or make surgical dressings, another hammer to finish his nervous breakdown. He sold the he has also been active year the new program chairman Activities Committee to aid in
by showing hfs bond at provides needed articles for the job the second negro followed "cookhouse" and took several in civic affairs. He was a H. N. Fairbanks, Jr? fursnlehed promoting the sale of War Bonds.

pineas house advertising armed forces for sick and wounded him stuck a pistol barrel to his months' needed rest. Director of the Norwood Business .an Interesting and unique Spectacular Feature

I page. This Is a wonder In hospitals for refugees'and side and forced him Into the Then he took a concession In Men's Club and of the KIwanis entertainment Wednesday. Aftera Also showing at the Park

rtunlty for patriotic elp their country by buy- the home area; The hammer blows seemed to road for several years more. But Recreation Commission Presidentof Carlton Chief Observer of the picturing the vivid turmoil In the
nd and at the same time The Motor Corps provides be taking effect and Mr. Rosen- he was in bad health and three the Federation of Christian Airplane Observation Post and history of British rule In India
e' the year's most highly! transportation service for the Red berg was'' finally able to get up years ago last July had his foot men, and Secretary-Treasurer of two of his observers-Mi i Freddie and baaed on the famous poem

I motion picture absolutely Cross Chapter, military services and away. The negro holdingthe amputated. All this sickness and the Ministerial Association. Wimberly and Mrs. Grant by Rudyard Kipling. The top

and welfare agencies. gun on Mr. Bray ran off and drifting around soon exhausted He and his wife and two sons- Evans-were Introduced and Mr. roles are portrayed by a quartette
ovle> industry has pledgedraise Staff Assistance provides aid the two white men rushed to town his fortune but he still travelled George William 6. and Philip U, Carlton told something of the of priceless! stars _Gary
a billion dollars and notified Melvin McKinney, with work being done to keep the Information Grant Victor McLaglen.
for emergency centers in h o s carnivals until a couple of 12. are living It the L. F. Smith Douglas
Bonds during the monthelllber pltala. clinics etc. deputy sheriff and W. E. Thorn years ago he came to Jacksonville home on Road, 28. Mrs. Thorn Center In Jacksonville Fairbanks, Jr., and Joan Fon-

Is and the Florida First Aid helps to safeguardthe ton, night police, who later due to play the Duval County has also been very active In numerous I fully Informed about all planes taln .
urging its patrons to lives of workers of persons ing the night found Dacus asleepat i Fair He and Mrs. Stetson had a youth organizations. flying within light or hearing of The male stars are seen as a
purchase during this bombed or of accident victims on the home of "Preacher" Robertson concession for popcorn and can- I the local Observation Post. lie happy-go-lucky trio( of sergeants

His believed that the highways or in the !tome. Mr. Rosenberg said. The died apples. Having heard about Robert B. Wear who organizedand I explained that It was not the of the British army stationed
offer of free tickets to Home Nursing defends homes other negro had not been found the Bradford County Fair they put the local unit of the province of his observers to determine near the Kbyber Pass Againstthis

e s..Miniver" will greatly! by helping to maintain the na or identified Wednesday night. attended that In November 1940 ; YMCA-USO on its feet. Is lean I whether the planes were grim but picturesque background .
the sole. tion's health. By 'Preparing individuals and thereby made their first visit ing this week-end to open up a 'friendly or enemy but simply to t h e romance betweenFalrbantts

heart-warmlng picture to care for illness at : K & M Moves to Starke-the place that Barney new unit at Camp Tyson, a barrage describe them as accurately ai and Miss Fontaine and
roke boxofflce loved the best of all the and leave the Identifica the of
possible the
records at home under doctor's supervisionwhen places he baloon camp near McKenzie escapades three sergeants -
e 10 City Music Hall, deals required It helps relieve. the To New LocationThe ever went "as paupers", Mrs. Tenn. He will begin his work lion to the Information Center In are deftly woven to createa
heroic Sisson said. Jacksonville.This memorable thread of
courage of the there romance
strain on doctors and nurses caused Monday.For
diddle K & M Cafe In the Rabeck
classes on the home They decided to locate Is done of comedy and adventure.The .
by a
tiring by war shortage. building at Madison and Walnut, permanently the time being Mrs. Wear process
the present war. In Starke and bad their elimination. Observation devotion and loyalty of an
basic will remain posts
Nutrition Service gives at their home in
fIIOn which sells no beer will close Sunday
M Mrs. M >lver and first Call St., stand on the aged native water-carrier toward
vacant being stationed about eight miles
Starke.
and John
Pidgeon training In the selection use night to make room for a Wear, who is a
his
lot British comrades Is
as her where the Western Union retainedas
husband now all along the Atlantic Gulf
of foods for health. reserve aviation cadet apart
starred proper bar. A. M. Mlxon, announced awaiting a
in a happy re- :' Is; then moved to the spot ,whereEdenfleld's Is and Pacific coasts the course of the motivating theme of the
Disaster Relief trains forallevatlon Wednesday. He was given 15 call. employed at Camp Blan-
wnded motion
by ,the public Is located; later to planes Is 1 charted so that It Is picture Just as It Is In
sir of human suffering caused days notice to move, and must ding and will live at home until the
outstanding perform- the Victory Hotel location; and possible to determine whether 1 it poem.
BIoHsoms by disasters. be out by October 1. He will closeout he i I" called Into service. Miss
finally to the
In the Dust". Junior Red Cross enables young vacant lot near the Katherine Wear has U an army plane navy plane, I
.Ilnlver" Sunday night Sept. 27, and accepted a
Is Telegraph, where Jewish ObservanceLt.Col.
primarily the nation'sfence de' "Barney's"place In the transport or some other type of
f .? people to Join In the use the remaining time getting position new Jacksonville
English woman and making articles for the still stands. He made a radio station WPDQ, and will beat American plane. If, after being
by
ly, facing the ready to open hts new place I great success of the business and H. Mall Chaplain lathe
terrors o* reported by a number of observation
I armed forces. home much of the time.
the home Thursday Oct. 1. told his
front and car wife a few days ago: posts, the plane Is still un- 79th Division made the address -,
In her listen
Goodman
life l Mrs. urges A. M. Mixon and his brother- "After
With' 41 the the Yom
on
valor years road. I special Kipper-
In the identified an alert Is sent
ou
air ers to do their bit by volunteer- G. S. former Recent BirthsMr. tservices
raids attacks in-law Kuder ownerof finally wound up at Starke and and held in the Jewish Wel-
K! h' grid Ing their services In one or more the Starke 1 In finally pursuit planes are
bakery partners I like IU! After all
L.i..i been" unanlm- there U no and Mrs. Luther up If Its identity cannot be de fare Board wing of USO Club
varied activities. Reason
eelalllled by public of these the new venture, will open a restaurant place like a small town"! Then. termined. No. 1 last Sunday at 4 P. M.
anA -- ---
like. The Bradford County Chapter in the south space of Mrs. Sisson who had been telling- Sept. 21, Starke boy; About 80 persons were
present
now has In operation a production Mrs. MIxon's new building' near the story, said: Look how good Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith Miss WImberly and Mrs. Evans Cantor Irving Zane of the U. S.
al room for knitting and sewing. the Union bus station on Temple they have been to me!" Sept. 18, Starke. girl; followed with interesting talks Army officiated at all the services
Today Located In the American Legion avenue. Space for about 20 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Purdee, narrating many first-hand experiences of the Jewish last
D. with Sept. 19, Starke, girl: of observers and explaining Holiday
Goodman Hall this room is equipped diners will be provided, and reg-I week-end and Louis Shafkln
donated Mr. and Mrs. Henry Albert just how planes are described -
machines
eight sewing ular meals will be served. Chairman of the Jewish Community
Goodman. well-known by Interested citizens and Is open Buy A Bond Kelly. Sept. 19, Starke boy; and reported. It was -

at resident died ot a heart, from 2 to 8 p. m. on Tuesdays Injuries ImproveHerman See Football FreeIf Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green, brought out that during the 16 presided over the session ,
"ltIe 12:30: P. M. yesterday I Thursdays and Fridays. The USO- Sept. 20, Hellbronn Springs boy. days of the operation of the local

mile\ of his son, Earl Goods YWCA has arranged for army Harris (wrongly called you want a free ticket to post, 328 nights, Including 334 Near
TragedyAt
Road and a half south of wives who wish to help In this Walter Harris !In last week's every football game that .Isplayed Drivers Warned planes, had been reported.

ng health 13. He had been program to sew and knit in the paper), who had his jugular vein at the B. II. S. stadium Male volunteers were called for 8:30:: A. M. last Sunday
for several morning In the Woman's Club cut in a family quarrel near Law thin season, all you have to do Next Thursday. Oct. 1, is the to help man the Post during the where the Seaboard tracks cross

g him building. On Tuesday evenings tey Sunday. Sept. 13 when hJs l. to punbond a week. deadline for obtaining 1943driver's night watches and on Sundays Madison street near the Starke
dIllin are his wife, Mrs. Instruction In knitting Is given brother-in-law. Lee Johns, was :Juxl present the receipt for ) licensee County Judge B. they are off from their dally Coca Cola Co., a tragedy came t'
man ; and three eons: by Miss Beryl Holland at the St. shot was Slitting up In bed at same at the put famtcad of a K. Perryman warned yesterday. toll. near occurring when a freight
bel' J. L. Goodman, Mark's Episcopal rectory from. the Veteran's Hospital, Lake ticket. Profewtor Foster Shi Persons who wait until after the train struck a Model-A: Ford !'

rat Goodman( 7:30: to 8:30: o'clock. I City, last Friday much Improved Smith principal of B. IL 8.. deadline must pass an examination New Welfare Visitor driven by Richard' H. English.
afternoon services will be held Mrs. Glen Duke, chairman of' according to J. B. Rowe. jailor. announced yesterday that any before being Issued a license. According to Billie Parker who t

I r', at 4:30 o'clock production has worked tirelessly Likewise, Miss Alta Mae Jenkins -. person who brings a receipt Mrs. 3. I. Acosta originally owned the car. Mr. English was
t"hev." 'emerer Y. Lake Sots in gt ''ng the program under way who remained, unconscious In I.i from the Poitofflce or Bank Building PermitsW. from Palatka. but for the pad on the track before the bells at

t'bf I A. E. Lights and announces that the women of the Alacbua County Hospital j showing that a war bond (any two years with the Welfare the crossing began to ring.: The
I'1h: the Starke. Bap- Hampton will soon open a centerIn Gainesville for several days after I denomination) hat been purchased A. Cook on Sept. 15 secured Board In Jacksonville area. Is the train being right up on him. Mr.
rera officlattng the school house there. Five an auto-train crash on Road 28 that particular week a permit for $1.000 to move four new visitor with the local (District English put his car In reverse

't. O.: S. E. Sparks A. So sewing machines have already Sunday night August 30. was will be admitted to the game small houses, 10x20 feet from out No. S) Welfare Board. Her and the engine stalled He Jumped .
N. Andreu' T- J. McI' been offered for use at Hampton. brought home recently an em- free. near Camp Blanding to Reno on husband Is stationed at Camp and the engine hit the car,
PIerce and E. W. Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. Grace ploye;; of De Witt C.. Jones stated highway 48 In the Livingston Standing and ahe Is residing with severely damaging it, but he himself

(Continued on page four) this week. Truby". Company' subdivision. Mrs. Joe Hoover. was unhurt. l

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V\OK: TWO KI>FOKO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLOItlDA I FUIDAV. !o1Jo:1"rE: .IRtlth.


.1p The Bradford County Telegraph of any kind. Moody Institute's By HAMPTON II. B. WigginsIOODMAly1'iCEIIEN !
The desirable solution to this problemis

? h 1', KtabUtMMl Ian to produce enough artificial rubber to Weekly Sermon lJJ&
S. D. 4He9
Miss Eloise Pickren and
ii keep our cars moving. The oil industry is
Month
Yearly. $l. 5j Bi 1.00 Goodman of Starke were quietly
making progress in the manufacture of rub- "WHOSE MOUTH IS FULL" ,. married at the home of Judge E.
!", ber from oil derivatives. The tire com- My son, Just two years old Is K. Perryman on Wednesday night, Author of "How to Win Friend
fond of bread--all except "
Seel panies say that they can produce tires from very the crusts. At the dinner table I Sept. 9th. and Influence People" p i

reclaimed rubber which will give fair ser- he Is not satisfied until his mouthis i SEABOARD iMPROVINO'The

A Job For The Children vice if driven slowly. A start is being madeto literally stuffed with bread and Seaboard railway, anticipatIng
''ti' r his cheeks bulge out. Then with the big boom that Is comingto
' The plan- for putting: the 30.000,000school produce another kind of synthetic. rub- hIs mouth as full as that, he still Hampton, has repaired and repainted -

"t lx t children of this nation to work on ber from grain alcohol. However, there asks for more bread. I the depot and baa placeda

4 lj' the salvage campaign is apt to be the step seems little question but what the programin As I was reading Roman 3 the rock foundation along the main THE CONQUEST OF FEAR
other day, I noticed especially line. Side tracks have also been
is still moving too and it
general slowly
t which will make a big success out of a campaign Is full Unwarranted fear' probably
"t. ij verse 14: "Whose mouth repaired in order to support, the causes more
will be a long time before anything resembling I any other trait known to human distress*
which so far has been very disappointing of cursing and bitterness pictured trains while unloading the tourists beings. And the
w I Ii in its results. even an emergency supply of rubber i it" the unsaved world with and settlers that will be com- 'tressing thing about fear is that so often it is most*
available for civilians. cheeks bulging out with cursing ing here. nized as fear. If fear were wiped out, failure JmM r
Our adult population has been made and bItterness Just as my boy's to few.., This disastrous trait sometimes
I, well aware of the nation's need"for scrap Within the next year, without rubber, cheeks bulge out with bread at OBSERVATION TOWER childhood and remains with one through life begins we e
will become acute. the dinner Hampton Is building a watch
transportation problems table.
+ on the train whatinglpamphlet
.f. :; and we realize that the winning of the wart appeared to
Tires are beginning to wear out in volume Some months ago after drivingall tower for the purpose of spottingair but saw it was the magazine calledver. .,
7i, I may depend. on turning in' enough scrap. planes. Hitler had better not '
I filling station
day. stopped at a running an article entitled "Childhood
now and more and cars are going into Fears Ithas'TaJ
more
? ''of But many people continue to postpone doing for gasoline As I stepped send any this way If he wants to of real help and I quote it herewith: !
f anything much about it. dead storage for lack of. rubber. This is Inside for a cold drink, I saw a get them back. "'What can I do to help my child 8

going to hit farm production in a critical boy not more than fourteen years REVIVAL is perhaps the most common overcome ai3.hiif(ear*
question
But when the enthusiasm f schoolchildren that
o
full of t>
old whose mouth was as
manner. Street car and bus companies are Revival services are being held Fears of the dark, of animals, of water of t
is into this campaign the curse words as Romans 3:14: says imaginal1
i, } injected doing the best job possible, for the most -just as full of cursing and bit- at the Baptist Church this week. tures, are commonplace among children habit
whole attitude toward crap is apt to but haven't ternean mouth Everybody welcome. "But children's fears are not bad habits
little
part, they simply enough rolling as my boy's and each.
'is a change. If they can't do it any other way, stack to meet the demand. Interurban ever Is of bread.. If that four. A. A. Gay and daughter( has a basis which parents should try to understand,

the children will shame us into making that teen-year-old boy let a single sea Yvonne, were called to the bed- "Psychologists have found that merely trYing t 10 t.
abandoned in
long-postponed hunt. transportation was long ago tence pass his lips without using side of Mrs. Gay who was very the child out of his fears is of little avail. Help
scrap many parts of the country, and the tracks the vilest sort of profanity, It wag sick at their home In Louislanna. skills, and the confidence that comes from taacoril them ftl

t If the plan for putting this job in the were torn up. We in America depend almost entirely unintentional. He talked Miss Virginia Lou Pickren of point but, are among the best means of dispelling? "

hand of school children is carried out intelligently entirely on the motor car for short- and cut-fed the whole time I was Jacksonville was home with her I that arise through a general sense of inadequacy

-if they have goals to shoot at there. mother for the week-end. I I "In combating specific fears, psychologists tell? nJ
us
haul transportation. So the lack of rubber This la a picture of persons out Ing is so'effective as having the child
i. Miss Dorothy Watterson spent come to grfI !
41 .i f and awards for outstanding performance- remains our'Number One domestic problem. of Christ, and of their need of the week-end in Jacksonville visit- the situation that causes them. But this should *

A: Wrt there is little doubt that even those children redemption. They are bound by ing Miss Madge Gay. degrees and ,with the help of an older person in bedoiul

who don't know what the war is all Farm Prices And Wages sin its., sinful They cannot desires free and themselves sinful hab- Misses Dorothy Watterson and I child has confidence whom ti

about will see the job is done in record time. "The way of peace have they not Madge Gay spent Sunday In St. I "Parents should avoid using a child's fears as an
It is to the credit of certain farm or- known." Augustine. of discipline or punishment. Nothing is so injurious'

ganizations that they have not opposed The reason Is not hard to find. J. W. Horne, Barbara Horne mental health or his sense of security. The 'bad man'the t
Your Duty To Stay 'Well stringent control of agricultural prices so Verse 18 says: "There is no fear and Marion Claire Johns are cellar may do mother temporary service at the coal
of God before their eyes." Walk- spending the week in ReeeviHe, irreparable emotional injury to Johnnie."If .
A recent headline in Newsweek said
long as stringent control of wages 'is imposed ing down the street one day and St. George and Charleston, S. C. you want your child to grow up selfconfidentself
"Service calls for doctors means U. S. must with it. seeing a noted prize fighter, a Ruth Sibley of Theresaa. spent reliant, don't play'on his fears or wait for him to' i

"My, but I'd hate to have Pvt and Mrs Truman Cramer
thoroughly. have simply to farmers
objected turn-
being
him hit me!" But in less than I left Sunday for Fort Smith Ark. Here sentences
f 4c This country has 176,000 physiciansof ed into shock troops to fight inflation- five minutes he wa- taking the I Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bedenbaughof sent by Carl are some Wallner arresting of Fort Worth, Texas sifted, to from his a oils let'l'

which 22,000 have been taken by the while other national groups g o merrily Lord's name In Vain He had a Jacksonville were visiting relatives grease salesmen.

t "rt14li ] Army. If the goal 1 of a 9,000,000-man ahead gettin'g all the money possible. fear fear of of God.the prize fighter, but no Mrs.here W. M.Sunday.Norwood "Please ask yourself these two questions: 1, Whatij

Army is attained, about 58,000 doctors- The cost of farm labor alone has off- This man, like all men without few days In Tampa recently spent visitIng a- I think about it? 2. What am I going to do about it?"

1. one-third of the nation's total-will be in set much of the increase in farm income-tosay'nothing God. needed repentance and need- relatives. "As long as there is a margin between what youarea:
1 what you want to be, or ought to be, there is forL'
ed Christ. For Christ alone can Mr. room
'' and Mrs. Hardee Williams
uniform. And the situation is about the of the higher costs the farmer "
PROVEMENT and need for
ACTION.
&Alr 3* I save, but, thank God, He can have returned to Bushnell. Mr.
> lr t, same in the case of nurses. We have 300 must. pay for equipment, feed, manufactured save, even to the uttermost. Williams was employed at Camp I felt sure you'd want to read it. After you have rcj

000 trained nurses-and 50,000 will be required commodities, etc. Price stability must God says, "Open thy mouth Blanding. it, why not ask yourself the above two questions.

1t : for the Army and Navy by the mid. go all the way. wide and I will fill It." He will ----
fill It with HIs Word
die of next year. Out of self-interest alone, both labor. with blessings instead life-giving of cursing; RISING visiting relatives a t Heilbronn I THE CHILDRENS FR
h Sunday.
: f "" No one can complain about this- and agriculture should I accept equitablewage and joy Instead of bitterness. By Mrs Eddie Norman Mr. and Mrs. Claude Yoemans I.I When children have tempomyl

T : America's fighting men will and must have and price controls, applied to each on Mrs. Bert Shaw and children of of Lakeland were week-end guestsof sets of the stomach and bow if

1.,: R'' : t the best medical attention possible. What the same principle. SAMPSON CITYBy Jacksonville were visiting rela- Mrs. Yeoman's mother, Mrs. unwise food combination., <
Mrs. S.,E. Jones tives here and at Heilbronn Sat Everet Green of Heilbronn.Mr. lag, or over-acidity of the i
+ 'It means is that all remaining doctors must .
urday and Sunday. and Mrs. EddIe Normanand
'ork far harder and longer than ever be- Air Power Or Land Pouter' Pvt. Pete A. Dyal left Tuesdayfor Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Green and Mm J. E. Norman were In give them good tastingMcGE&'S
Camp Blanding where he Is BABY ELB8|
I daughter, Nellie, and little grand Gainesville on business Wednea.day.
i :>re. The medical schools are stepping up The argument goes merrilY'' betweenthe1 now stationed after spending a son, Junior, of Brobker, were ALL, DECO: STOBES"You'll
ie tempo of medical l training as far as ,' air-power enthusiasts' those''who 14-day furlough here. Pete carries -

,. practical. And, in addition, civilians must think that the airplane; vital' as it is, can'twi.q frlenda.the best .wishes. of many

help. Here is how Newsweek put it: "The ( a war alone. Mrs. Fred W. Ellis has recently,

"i civilian will also have to pull his oar in the Such persuasive'friends of' the plane as returned from Green Cove Springs

h : I boat. Instead of expecting punctual appointments Major de Seversky are convinced that if the where also from she visited Palatka Mr.where Ellis and she
,
i G a and home visits,, he will have United Nations could build and keep in operation visited her sister, Mrs. T. C.

t, to wait his turn in the doctor's waiting enough planes, Germany and Japan Thomas. She was accompaniedhome !

,,:.fit.. room. Preventative medicine will 1 loom could be literally obliterated from the skies by her mother, Mrs. Josle i
.' Williams Hall, who had spent
w' larger. Face-lifing operations will have to -and that major land operations would three. weeks with Mrs. Thomas experience

yield precedence to emergency appendectomies. thus be unnecessary. The fact that the air- Mrs. Ellis is the former Miss ?

By the war's end, hypochondriacsand plane has not yet proven a decesive weapon Mamie W. Howard Hall. Brown who Is em-

the bedside manner alike may well have means nothing in their opinion-because no ployed in Mobile, Ala., Is here

become part of America's past." nation has as yet been able to keep up air visiting Me parents, Mr. and Mrs.

t This is a small "sacrifice" indeed for attacks on the scale necessary.The Lem Brown.
E. D. Jones was a, visitor to
the civilian to make in the interest of our majoriy of military experts don'tgo Jacksonville Saturday

soldiers' health-as well as the health of as far as this. They argue that rela- Friends of Pvt. Joe S. Williams

those who stay at home. Give our docors tively few of the bombs dropped by planesever will he la be now interested stationed to at learn Kessler that w t <

this kind of sensible coo p e ration-and hit important objectives, and that the Field, Biloxi, Miss. Joe successfully qq,

America's standards medical care will re. damage done can, as a rule, be swiftly passed his exams, qualifyingfor 'tti, to .

main the highest in the world. remedied. They point out that constant Aeroplane Mechanic, and
Radio School. He chose Aero-
progress is, being made in air defense- plane Mechanic and Is now in

'1F'' i All In The Same Boat Soon such as camouflage, anti-aircraft guns and training school. :R S3'M -w
H; H. Thomas of Earlton was / .
t fighter planes. They think that the air-
; tF t National rationing of gasoline, as rec- here Thursday visiting his sister, / JU*

. .+ ommended by the 1 aruch Committee, i is nutpropost'd plane can do an all-important job in "soft- Mrs. S. E. Jones. Mr. Thomas is '' .
ening up" an enemy and in disrupting his a former well-known citizen of ; a

because there is a shortage of supply lines-but that it will I be to our community and has many
; J4 motor fuel. The idea is to' save rubber- up friends here.

and to save rail and water transportation navies and armies to finish the job. Mr. and Mrs. David Kelley

facilities for other No one can say with certainty which sideis spent Sunday here with Mr. and

uses. right. In the meantime' the United Nations' Mrs. Lem Brown. u
At the present time, gasoline is I Mr. and Mrs E. D. Jones were
rationed '
'r'' high command continues to preparefor visitors to Starke Sunday.
in 17 Eastern
states
and will soon a grand-scale invasion of Europe. If Mrs. Fred W.' Ellis was a visitorto
be extended "to the balance of the country that invasion is Gainesville Wednesday.
to succeed, they figure, at
; on the same basis. That means that the least Mr. and Mrs. Sob Warren and
million
a superbly-equipped fightingmen
children of Palatka
were visiting
-
average motorist will be entitled to four must be landed-and there must be Mr. and Mrs. M. Varnes Sun

gallons weekly-enough to carry him about another million in reserve. This, when it day. 1, ,;S
60
miles. .
r Supplemental allowances are happens will be the .
" greatest
military
given to "essential" opera- CARD OF THANKS
drivers, but practically tion in history.', We desire to express our sincere
b all pleasure driving will be eliminated for gratitude for the many kindnesses /1.

, the duration. Undaunted CzechoslovakiaThe shown to our beloved husband t \

Drastic restrictions on automobile and father, W J. Markham, dur- "Coca-Cola is the answer to thirst that ,adds re
use Czech spirit of resistance is more ing his recent Illness, death and
will work a veritable revolution in this na than alive and will remain unbroken under burial, and for the many beautiful freshment. Your own experience tells you lUll what ;
tion. West of the Mississippi, where distances flowers.-Mrs-. W.,, J. Mark-
the German yoke. Their high morale often ham and to expect. Ice-cold Coke
are great and interurban transportation family. has the happy knack of 4
this
causes heroic people to compose jokes
limited, no one can estimate the effect TRAIN SCHEDULE: making thirst a minor
1' and circulate them at the expense of the SouthboundNo. matter. .. refreshment your
of the slow-down that will occur. The motorcar German oppressors. Here is 1 (local 'due Starke 'foal I
' a sample: ) 11:15: foremost cpC
: dominated our fashion of feeling. 1'1 speak for
living
ever
At "
long last the
Gestapo found a Czech PM.No. 80!thII'/
. since the First World War. To millions of 191 (Miami) due Starke speak for ,.J
truly loyal to the Germans. He. was an old .ihe b
10:38: PM !
people, the family car is Iha same thin9 ;
practically jj
as necessary man walking 'up and down the street and No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:28: "And your own experience -
omknatA
y'' as food and shelter. During the speaking seriously to himself aloud: "Adolf AM. ",ltlflg. .'coming ,
twenties and thirties, there NorthboundNo. will ,source, and ?
was an ever- Hitler is the greatest leader. The Germansare prove ,
k. increasing migration awafrom towns 2 (local) due Starke 3:45: r to lh.cammunirythis .
and a noble nation. I would rather work : fact: The only
n cities into suburbs. AM.No.
Men and women lived for ten Germans than for one Czech." When 192 (through) due Starke

w ten or twenty or more miles from their the Gestapo agent asked what his 6:28 AM. thing like Coca-Cola
places of was oc No. 108 (through) due Starke
business. Just how these F ;
i will people cupation, this Czech admirer of Naziism 6:43: PM. Is Coca-Cola Itself. 5;
get back and forth
now that car operation reluctantly confessed that he was a grave No. 44 (through) due Starke
is to be cut to the bone, is an un. digger.In. 3:28: PlI.Re
answered question. It" is erv tlon train
impossible
for a village; the Gestapo : found
men a Starke and Ben
)
; them to
i move closer to their
r" jobs, for the hanged hen with the following Inscription No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM. if Jfil UNDit AUTHOIITV Of IHI COCA.COIA COMPANY t1
reason that there are severe housing shortages fastened to her neck: "I would rather No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: STARKE COCA-COLA
commit BOTTLING COMPAMr
F., i in all areas which have war industries suicide than PM. _
lay eggs for Hitler. Dally except Sunday -





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tY, StI"fE/1BER;. !3. 1942 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. CfrARKR.! FLORIDA PAGE THREE


ed Mr. and Mrs. Maston Hayes home of Afrs. Godwin's parents

I Florida State Farm NewsBy In Gainesville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Reddish, in

LABOR DRAFT: MiJ., A. Bouvier left Wednesday Lawtvy.

EEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS Looms for ,Million morning to visit Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. j. II. Dudley and
E. Itouvlrr COMMUNITY: CLl'II: MEETING
Americans Mrs.. C A. McRae of Mclntonh Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle were

Fliers and Subs Blast Jap Ships Approximately faced the possibility 18,000,000 of being FRIDAY GET-TOOKTHKR The Community Club held a for several days in Lake City Saturday.STRNOGRAIUIRBS.

fiink shifted hired or replaced as PaulV. An enjoyable party was givenat business and social meeting Tues- Sara Emma Crews la visiting : --

for Supremacy in Pacific McNutt, war manpower director, the club hou e Friday evening, day afternoon the club house her coupln. Mm. D R. Redding : NOT K ri I
Battles ; told congress that the national labor sponsored thl. time by J. W. which was decorated with lovely in Jacksonville. FADS- ISo each IIRADFOKD

shortage is becoming so acute that Ritch, who worked up the program marigolds. zinnias and tlthonla Mr and Mrs. W. E. Malone COUNTY TELKGRAFH.
lubber,Czar Speeds Synthetic Output; compulsory home front service for and Mm. L. F". Chapmanand the work of Mrs J, C. Caldwell and Miss \VIlla Jean Malone were

both men and women appears in- Mrs. J. G. Godwin, who furnished Mrs. A. M. Richardc and Mrs. L. : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. PARTS \'

uel l Oil Rationing Covers 30 States evitable. the Ice cream and cake A, Wiggins. who have been a! Curtis Malone in Lake Butler. AUTO :.

McNutt said the nation must find for refrenhments. A handsome faithful committee all year.
Garland Godwin left Tuesday USED TIRES (WFJ II A V K
fT-nii' NOTEI Wh.. ."1.1.n..r. .xpr....d In ..h.i. c.lmn.iil.thy tat lh... .f 4.000.000 new workers between now cake was baked by Mr. Wood- The nominating committee morning to resume his studies at
""uIrn New.P.P" Unhm! '. ..w....ly.l. sad not n.<....tllr .r Ibis n.w.|'.....I and 1943 and that a large number ward and -wan auctioned and won brought In its report and officersfor YOUR SIZE). OENF.R.ITORS.AUTO .

-. Released. by W..t.rn N.w.pap.r Union, necessarily must come from the by Mrs. T. M. Connors, who gen- the new year were! elected a.. Oxford Ga. GLASS CASH FOIc.nt's ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hershfteld and
AND TRUCKS IN ANY
ranks of women and of men either erously gave It to the committee follows: Pres. Mrs. O. U. Partney
too old or too young for military and 'twaa much enjoyed by 1st. Vlc '-Pre... Mrs. R. H. Cox, Mine Ruth flerahflelil! spent Sunday CONDITION.
I and Monday In Jacksonville
service. all. The MIDI derived from the 2nd. Vice-rres. Mrs. J. G. God Used Autos $2i:
attending Yom Kippur service >> up
There were 57000.000 persons em- sale was applied on repairs need- win. Secretary, Mrs Ruth Hernh-
d. w ployed in June, 1942 he said and i Mrn. M. R. Holmes vulted In
ed on the new VIctrola. The field and Treas. Mrs. M. E. Grt- HASKINSAUTO
5 between 62,500,000 and 69.000.000 will male quartette sang several num- neiThe new officers will be Lake City Monday.
s" be needed by December,. 1943. There Mrs J, G. Godwin and nona, PARTSNortk
yrr& bers and after a quiz and a Installed on Oct. 13 -- the tenth
is no "evidence," he added that labor Garland, Jim I m ie and Harold,
match game, the ladles were ask anniversary of the club. After of Town on Road IS
>?& reserves-including women, Degrees spent Monday,' afternoon at the
ed to removfla slipper and deposit the business session the meeting I
rr1 and other minority
It In a pile In the middleof was turned over to the program
_ would prove adequate.The IroUP.-I'
the cleared floor. Then gentlemen chairman Mrs. U. .\. Shepherd
manpower chief said
3 eN64o lieved "the mere existence of statutory each chose one, which designated who asked. Mrs. I* F. Chapmanto OneWarWeek
his dance partner. There introduce the ,
ab power to force an individual to
serve where he is needed" would beaU waR a good attendance and all Chapman and IIP..akel'--'SIIPI.I

that is necessary to establish a voted it the nicest party of the of Camp
X system of labor allocation that perles. Presn"' ), assistant! director of the A calendar of events on one war job In one recent week gives a graphic

would help meet the problem. Starke USO-YMCA, sang several picture of how General Electric is working to meet wartime emergencies.
BRIDGE CLUB numbers, accompanied by Mrs.. I

FARM MACHINERY: Mrs. J. R. Kite was hoatesa to Kllery Davis of SI t'ke. The Farm

three tables of bridge at the reg- Quartette also. sang several l good 1f

On Ration List ular meeting of the club last songs.. The hostesses for the'' } i

$ week Quantities of lovely Fall .. f @ I 1Ey
New farm machinery and equip afternoon Mi- Bryan VVliltfleld!>
,,4 ir ment went on the rationed list when flowers were used In the living Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs' L .

r 1, {It I Secretary of Agriculture Claude and dining room Mrs. M. H. A. Wiggins Served sandwiches,

PS- Wickard signed an order in Wash-I Criner won high score and Mrs. cakes and iced tea.

ington. The present order appliesto R. P. Stubbing bingo.

sales for the remainder of 1942. Mru. Kite served her guests Miss Jewell Carter of Starke

Mr. Wickard said a permanent or- chicken salad date sandwiches spent last week with Miss Lorene f w

der would be issued later governing and tea. Mrs. Hugh Hull, a visitor Moncrlof

William M. Jeffers (right), newly appointed rubber administrator 1943 sales and production.The was presented, with a gift. Mrs. C. R. McDowell of Gaines- t a tdl
.r
\ers with War Production Chief Donald M. Nelson concerning problems curtailment program was CIRCLE MEETING vIII.) spent. Friday and Saturdaywith
solved In the nation-wide rubber conservation program which he made necessary by military requirements her brother-in-law sister
president of the Union Pacific railroad called for the The Farm Circle of the Raiford THURSDAY NIGHT At
j. The former the secretary added. Mr. and Mrs.. Paul McLen. 1. THURSDAY An order was 2.
ntlon of all American In making, the program effective. Task "The temporary rationing systemfor Baptist Church met with Mrs. A. received at an eastern Q-B factory many workers as could be etft-

ber one for Mr. Jeffera Is to step up the production of synthetic rubber 1942," be said, "is designed W. Bates Monday afternoon. don.Mr. for equipment needed by a U. S. ei ntly employed on the Job worked
f l Increase the capacity of new plants making it. primarily to control the distributionof After the devotional, led by Mrs. and Mrs. O. E. Crews visit- warship near Australia. A special .t night, all day FRIDAY ..-
W. B. Malone Mrs. Bradley con- call went out. cmbting the equipment.
the limited supply of farm machinery
ducted the study class, which 1 i"
CIFIC FRONT: RUBBER CZAR : and equipment now on hand .
reading the book "In Royal Ser .,., '....- '::=
and to its
assure greatest possible When Your
i Ships Smashede Tough Job AheadBlunt contribution toward meeting the vice."

Japs got a taste of American energetic Rubber Administrator '' goals of our food-for-freedom program Capt. L. O. Sheffield writes Back Hurts-

find undersea power when air- William M. Jeffers had able' ." that he Is receiving his copies of m.z ,.-

and submarines struck atly job on his hands and he knew it. the Telegraph regularly in far And Your Strength and

separated points on the far- War Production Chief Donald M. BRAZIL: away Hawaii and enjoys this Energy !. Below ParIt .

Pacific battlefront and dam- Nelson knew it too, for when he announced War in Earnest method of keeping In touch with may tw ea...... by dlaordr of kid
j destroyed 18 enemy ships.the JefTers appointment, he ..y function that prmit poisonou
or friends In the homeland. ....&. to oeumulat. For truly many
| Solomon islands American called It "one of the toughest" assignments Brazil showed that It meant business pwopl! II l tlr.d, w.ak. and miawmbUwhm
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North wentto ... .
in Its war against the Axis the kidney fail to .oy. xe* a
!bens> attacking the enemy base in the whole .war effortAs Gainesville Tuesday to enter adda and othor ....... ..ttor from tho ..r -w, .rear.. p:
ietaka north of the Amer- when President Getulio Vargas ordered blood.
bay recommended by the Presl : general mobilization. With a their son, Buddy Davis one of You may au<<... ......n. baeka. "borboumatto .
| airfield at Guadalcanal dam- dent's special .. .
inquiry committee .
pal. h* d ch* diaafiiMa, -
the bright lights of the B. H. S.
two cruisers and destroyed Mr. JefTers was given full authorityover population of 41,000,000 this nation gffttlna; op night, tea; palna: awvltlnf.8on
installations. represented the largest source of untapped graduating class of 1942, In the tTm.a frquot ana scurfy urination : 3. SATURDAY Under police 4. WEDNESDAY A bombing.
shore
| phase of the rubber
enemy every
program. with martlna and burning I. another -
military in the West. freshman class at the U. of F. ; rushed landed the equipment at its i
He was charged with reorganizing power alf a that aomthin /la wrong wthtb escort, the equipment was plane
the Aleutians heavy army ern hemisphere. Mrs. Hugh Hall of Jacksonville "Id..". or bladder. to a nearby airport. Traveling by Pacific destination 10,000 miles

ben and long range fighters In- consolidating and administering !' President Vargas military decree has been the guept of Mrs. C. M. treatment There ebould I. wits be no than doubt.that..Iod.prompt U.. plane It arrived In San Francisco: from the factory-six days after
.
the effortsto
Included in government's
d I severe damage. ordered all Brazilians to take home- Mr. and Mrs. Chas CloverHettle Doan'. PtUf. It.I la battar to faly oomadlclna a on SUNDAY. receipt of order.
American two mine alleviate the rubber shortage. that .
score were defense training. It instructed the Turney for the past ten days. than on aomvthlni won !I.*.. af.vor.bly General Electric believes that its first duty as a
pens sunk three large cargo One of the new rubber czar's biggest and baby son of Tampa: were eroval.. UtMtn't hava hems tried and twitad .- good citizen is t. be a good soldier.
ieli damaged, three submarinesnd tasks was to drastically step up many yaara. Arc at aU drug atoraa f
and week-end guests of their uncle Gat Do... today.DOAN Central Flame Company. SfnfiutlmJy. N.
trapped "leveral.lmaU synthetic rubber production. The Y.'I !
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
p" damaged. In addition the report of the President's committee Fancher.Mrs. .,.., > -\1'.I!" """"'"''' ''''.' -. ", '.'.''','.,, .. ",.... ,,r. .,,". ,"'II' .,,.,' /'.. '
raiders set fire tot storehouses headed by Bernard M. Baruch had SPILLS I
apply dump ashore, destroyed noted that there _..-..erave danger" R. H. Tyson left Mondayto ENERAL&J: : EIZCTI1IC)jJ'j.Y'j1I""Y.AIJP
I visit her "fnother, Mrs. N. A.
killed
enemy planes and or that constructiondelays. might \
Jackson at Fairmont. N. C. for
,
Ned approximately 500 Jap hold up the/ptlll ent program as

I. much as four n, jnths, leaving rub- ten daY' ._ .. .t
Joe Allen Lander returned Sat
.
)ewhere In the far western Pa- ber supplies nett year Insufficient urday from Mobile, Ala, wherehe ..., vatIL..... __ ... ,
submarines sank four ships even for military needs..

I damaged four others...'The sue- Directness was one,, of the things has been employed for the past
Iful several months, and went Immedi- THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR!
attacks on these eight ships JefTers was noted for as presidentof f ately to Gainesville where he will "
>d to 107 the total of Japanese the Union Pacific railroad. He k I
]ei! of all types which the navy showed the when he enter the freshman clans at the i
same approach
I U. of F.Mrs. !!7reerlom !7 ieeeA/-.9.eer/o '
[reported sunk or damaged by; said: P. L. Laing of Jackson / i o 7fo-h0: ,
incan submarine attacks since. "This means I have a tough job. ..
ville Beach and Saturday
[outbreak of war. But it is also a job for all the peopleof spent Friday -

the United States. The biggest here .9 'OJJl7Itilltl S/ //rer/ /
EL OIL RATION: stockpile rubber we have lion Mr. and Mrs. Geo Pierce spent eeelom ; J'eerIoJu. ( J :

with friends in
Friday Lake But
the wheels of our automobiles. 1 I .
recasts 65 Degrees M'
ask every motorist every truck ler.Mr. / /
Ime owners in the 30 eastern driver everybody who runs a car" and Mrs. B. C. Prince of

midwestern states affected Lake Butler were overnight ,. -
by '
to remember that he is now the GETULIO VARGAS

T PD'. fuel oil rationing order custodian of a material more precious 41,000,000 to be topped. guests! of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. set forth in the 11'; ,. .. ". .. .. .
I told by Price Administrator than gold.. Stubbins Wednesday of last week. rwfree .
i Henderson that domestic al government ministers and all other !Mrs. R. N. Dukes has movedto all the dreams oft'

rots would be pegged to a day- RUSSIA : federal state and municipal agen- Jacksonville and 1 Is located at symbolize all of the things t '

I temperature of 65:s degrees un- cies to take measures dealing with the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reese determined to destroy rt\
|average weather conditions. Needs Second FrontAs military economic scientific and labor Bradley. I
for world
proximately 3.140,000 oil-burn- the news from Russian battle measures necessary to defense. Mrs.. Mildred McHue and Mrs. power '

Idential units in the rationed sectors had become gloomier, the Already In force was compulsory Dorothy Christlanvon of Mississippi r rf 3'E' Every American is here because his li 1.': j
service for males betweenthe ;
J "1U be affected by the order. increasing necessity. of an Anglo- military wives of soldiers at landing (; S f

plan is designed to reduce con- American second front In western ages of 21 and 49. Men betweenthe and Mrs.\, G. C. Richardsonof forefathers were determined to enjoy the l lI 4

Vion 25 per cent In the desig- Europe to take the pressure off the ages of 21 and 30 were placedIn Starke were guests of Mrs. blessings of American freedom. :

f area. battered Red armies.and thus avoid the "first line" with all others L. A. Shepherd i lI. .

I. Henderson said the amount complete disaster was urged by placed in the "second line." Action Lt. U O. Kelly Saturday., Mrs. Kelly and Ji/I.' What a joy.it is to know that America's I;:

iJ. allowed each heating unit I Soviet military experts in London. against steadily Axis taken submarines by the Brazilian was being air their son Billy were visiting a : privileges are Yours to relax in the calm f.t ,.
s
d 1 be
i based largely on the floor I Although the eleventh-hour arrival force. Internment of Axis fifth- friends here Saturday Dr. Kelly w contentment of your own home to be able
and the of thousands of crack Siberian
amount of
fuel usedpear
Is
now a lieutenant In the Air '
in order to obtain coupon l troops at Stalingrad had enabledthe columnists Axis-owned had been banks accomplishedand insurance Corps andtr\ stationed at Way- t to think, to speak and to believe as you please. ,.

"""I sheets Reds to throw fresh reserves f Sit down and reflect this and
householders will companies and other enterpriseshad cross "Ga. His. family Is at West quietly on t I
wired to Marshal Von Bock's Nazi .
furnish local rationing against .
been closed. Palm Beach. pour yourself a'refreshing glass of golden.
s with detailed Information legions, the over.all'picture re- .
mini the dwelling and fur. mained somber. The need for a diversion MORE CHICKENS Mrs.' H. L. Parker has returned JAX Beer as a fit companion for a period of t
: from' a visit with relatives In "
elsewhere appeared as pressing pleasant contemplation.. '
Daytona Beach. ?
as ever. To Supplement Meat 1
(AFT: Soviet representatives In London Edgar Tyson of Jacksonville
More chickens in every pot were visited his. parents Mr and Mr. A"" "
were said to believe that Allied Invasion .
hers or Boys? forecast when Secretary of Agriculture R. H. ,/'
of western Europe would Tyson several days last It- : ,
Claude R. Wickard called on
tress was given Its" choice be- draw 30 to 40! German divisions week : ?
poultry raisers to produce 200,000,000extra I' l
n t tII
drafting : from the Russian front. t
MO.OOO
.d III youths of away fowl this fall and winter to .- i ib +
r years of ago or the same Meanwhile as massed squadronsof help counteract a prospective meat \l
of
married men with de- the RAF had cpntlnued their shortage for civilian use.

eat Lami"ei by M JO*", smashes at German Industrial cen- National poultry organizations estimated ) '

I tor.B. Hershey,- selective service ters in a "softening up" drive. Production that 600,000.000 additional SHOE Buy the JAX JUMBO "

Minister Oliver Lyttleton de- pounds of poultry could be producedfor si
!! statement before the house'H clared: consumers if 200,000,000 birds

e investigating national de- "We are approaching the breath- were reared to a weight of three as s n .. a full QUARTgottle t

7igrat'Hershey said "We less moment when if Russia holdsa pounds each. Secretary Wickardwas q
tiring to Because bottle-caps have been
get 18
or 19-year-olds. few more weeks, the gathering I
assured that poultrymen and
t ,000 rationed we are bottling JAX In
men out of the faml!,." forces of the greatest alliance the
dded farmers, utilizing existing brooder 1 quart bottles in an effort to supply
certain that the war department world has ever seen will give. us houses and other production equipment everybody with JAX in spite of the

get reasons for wanting the first evidences of victory. not normally used to capacity limit on caps. .

d be men and that Industry Captain Lyttleton had predicted In during the season would participatein J L Buy JAX in Jumbo bottles and
disturbed less by taking July that the next 80 days would be the program. w 4. help make more beer available
ouths. the war's gravest ; ';'r to beer-lovers. If you artn'to. i
MIDWAY AFTERMATH: i ing to use the entire Jumbo at
one sitting follow th..e simple

IL l I C II L I GilT S in the wee" nervI'' I Taps Part for of the Yorktown price America paid WHILE WAITAll YOU i ; perfectly rules I sod.> it will. keep ,"',

.iim Pour
for victory over the Japs in the Bat- Open gently. slowly.
'0u: tle of Midway became known when Replace cap tightly for UM ,
: i Home guards through- OTTAWA: No relaxation of pricesIn Work Guaranteed. 'r a patented stopper). R,- I
n&land
are to have In the the navy announced that the air- 'In'ice box
live ammu- Canada and no compromise Only The Highest Quality place until you're
tor
carrier Yorktown bad
craft been
training for
increase ready next
with the weaponsar. fight against an Inflationary your glass
will use in the event of inva- in prices in commodities will be tolerated sunk after the battle as a result of Leather Used of the golden Drink. of
a ., I
Japanese bombs and torpedo at- Friendship
!
.I 0 the n ? communique "W. Donald Gordon 'price control tacks. LfW BEER
few
Canada's coun-
declared.
months muof head
rounds! Although It had been known that Ju Brewing
of Issued C'.fll'
Henderson BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE
ammunition will terpart of Leon
hand eleas d for rifle' Sten gun,. the statement following rumors to the 19,900 ton carrier was put out of t :i 1 JiikMMillt. FltrKi

!SPaot,? mor Browning machine guns the effect that a breathing speU loss action of during the vessel the had battle been the a closely actual REPAIR ,. t
Across From
[M. babe been"trained.with which home might be of accorded prices. to admit an'adJustment kept secret P.wflce I

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1r1 ,,,'it PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY) 1ELEORATH 8T..1.RKE, FLORIDA =FRIDA, REPI'ENrlt! :
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If '/ of hours of their time :=--.: isetructora :
W. S. C. S. Circles! LAWTEYBy weekly.It In

P i { SOCIETY and CLUBS Met This Week F. R. Carradlne Is understood that it Is because Interested In nutrltJon.ties! ,.

we have had
no air raids work P1lIIt

t! r1'w ----- The Woman's Society of Chris- Mr. and! Mrs. Paul M. Mooreof that we are so complacent. Certainly once. should COntact th t ;

Health Center Opened Baptist Circles Dinner Tuesday Night tian Service met at the Methodist Jacksonville spent the week- we shall have observers I
to
of Mr. Mrs, W
and end with the parents J
USO Heads church Monday afternoon EPllersoll
With Luncheon Hold MeetingsMrs. Honoring:
held Interesting and profitable Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. spare when the raid does come, man of Staff ,Jr.
an
And Open House hostess" to Is Enjoyable EventA meet- We are advised that Paul enters to Aaehtulnt y
R H. Cox was program and business and they will coaie. The able begin

Bradford County' beautiful and Circle One of the Baptist W. M fitting tribute to the new and officers training school shortly Chief Observer Rev. Forbes M. to take this enrollIng (hOlt""
S., Monday afternoon at her homeat Ing.Circle Three had charge of the Mrs. V. R. Rowe and two young course,
well-equipped Health Center was the State Farm.' Mrs. U O. departing heads of USO Club No. under the direction of children 0 f Jacksonville spent Fuller, has done everything pos C H. Nasworthy,

opened last Friday with a luncheon j Powell leader made a splendidtalk 1 wai held Tuesday night in the the program chairman Mrs. W. B. Sewell, several days with Mrs. Rowe's sible to awaken a lasting Interest!I the disaster cOll1mlttee chaJ,

: distinguished and the Scripture of dinner at Blandlng with a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Red- lining up his II
r y for guests after reading form a who opened the exercises In this tower. His is already a all who program ..

r, p open. OUSL durlng.J.heafternoon, lesson. Ten members and two I Center, attended by Army officials devotional service. The first num- dish.Miss thankless job, that of saving standard have taken th.
I
for a general Inspection of the visitor. were present to enjoy the representatives and ber on the program was "Educa- Carrie Howe of Jackson Flret t Aid to
USO souls and his added duties the- tIIJ
including ville was here for a day visitingher are advanced
building by the public very Interesting program tional Work Among the Negroes", class) eo
( Named the Lex Cren Health Week of Prayer observance prominent citizens of Starke. which was discussed by Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mr. J. A even more unappreciated. For the will time be better able t 10 ilia''

Center In honor of Florida's Con- Mrs. Powell discussed the urgent Robt. B. Wear who has headedthe SeweD; "The Youth of our Howe. time being Reverend Fuller has of emergency "1'-J' |

1 1f'4. eHBman-at-Iarge, who donated need for sewing and knitting USO-YMCA here for the past' Church" was reviewed by Mrs. L. Mrs. Albert Bel lot and Mrsj F decided to discontinue the opera Miss Margaret I

? ,,, the site upon which the building for the Red Cross, and plans 18 months is leaving to open anew D. Vining;" and "Work among the R. Carradlne spent Wednesday ttoi,:of the tower until something health. nur e, will t fel

t d wa constructed, the structure Is were made to help In this 'work club at McKenzie Tenn., and Spanish speaking people" was reviewed shopping In Jacksonville. ,stimulates ,this town into a home nursing, clf

sr Y modern In every respect and H. each week. : Julius L. Thorn arrived this by Mr.. J. R. Wainwright Charles Howe of Jacksonvillewas willingness to do a small part to Anyone interested

many facilities of space and A fine,offering was made sufficient I week to take over his duties. The business session was presided in Lawtey Tuesday. "I 1 wards' the defense of this country with the ram.-.-..-- ?_'II

ftp equipment are a delight to the to cover all pledges and The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, chaplain over by the president., Mrs.. Lacy Futch of Jacksonville, Van instead of wasting time belittling should notifychairman hii.saW 1(0\00, \

health clinic staff members wbo outstanding bills for the year at the State Prison, Farm E. K. Perryman; Mrs. Will Blair Futch, who Is connected with theS those precious! few who of volunteer B.

P m have been carrylpg: on their work which closes this month served aa moster-of-ceremonies transacted' her duties as secre- A. L., and Ancil Futch. of are"::willing to do something. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan IIrt\\

,yrf'd' : handicapped by crowded quarters Mrs. Cox assisted by Misses and cleverly Introduced distinguished tary and in ,the absence of the Uncle Sam's Army spent several we don't !blame; him. P. Carpenter Ire cOod1al tncIl(

vT in the,courthouse here. guests who Included treasurer the financial report was days with their parents Mr. and the Camp and
Lila Ray and June Caldwell, served LAWTEY METHODIST CHURCH JiOlPill//
Dr. Malcolm J. Ford, director delicious salad Lt. W. W. Anderson, Camp Blan- read by Miss Olive Ray. The Mrs. S. J. Futcb. ,and Mrs. D, A.
MonlflUiIa
;.q4 ; of the unit, acted as master of a course. ding public relations officer who parsonage committee r e pot' ted Paul L. Dinklns Jr., is spending Rev Herbert Hazzard. Pantor.i man of the Junior
The next meeting will be at the School at 10 o'clock. Red C,
GeneralL.
from Sunday
j ceremonies at the luncheon and brought greetings that repair work was needed at several days In Jacksonville with i
i Introduced the principal speakers, home of Mrs. L. O. Powell. A, Kunzlg unable to be pres- the parsonage and It was votedto relatives. :Morning Worship'at 11. The

4 Congressman Green and Dr. Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. ent because of A previous engage have.this. done as soon as labor Pastor will. preach. Subject: "Re NOT I CZ

Henry Hanson State Health Of- M. U., met Monday afternoon: at ment; Col. Kramer '1'. Thomas could be secured. BAPTIST ,CHURCH wards." Notice Is hereby

j 4 -r p, ficer, of Jacksonville. Also the home of :Mrs.. M. F.. Hazen Chief of Staff of-: the 79th Division To help with feeding the hungry Sunday will be Promotion Dayin Young Peoples Fellowship at City Council ofh liven fh

%w } recognized were W. M. Edwards, with 12 members and two visitors ; Col. Edward Fickett, com- people in the war-torn sections the Sunday School. Recitationsby 7:30.Evening Starke Florida, will Mj Cl:,
chairman of the Board of County present Mrs. H. L Brownlee, mander of the 6th Cavalry; and across the ocean an EmergencyGift the smaller children and pro Worship subject "Paul Ing In the City Clfrk'',
of the W. M. U. was a director motions into advanced classes for His to Rome." t4t
Sei Commissioners sponsors of the president Harry T. Baker, regional of 25 cents, or more, was on Way the City Hall at 8.h
visitor. of the Y. M. C. A.,'who paid This those eligible as to age. M. G'd
t project; Mrs. O. L. Beasley, chairman asked from each member. I October 6th A. D
t1 4 of the County-wide ,Public Mrs. R. A. Thomas led the devotional high tribute to Mr.Wear and the I work Is receiving special attention -, Morning Worship at 11 A. M. REVIEW ACTIVITIESOF the purpose of hearing" D4

?l n Health Committee; Geo. H. In- and prayer was said by work he baa accomplished both in j from Methodist women allover Sermon continuing series I In RED CROSS, from the owners or

man state representative" and Dr, Mrs. R. L. Kemp Mrs Thomas this country and in China. 1 our country. Ephesians, general subject "Rela-. (Continued from page one) Real Estate or Persoui II'r PIt
'" also! read an article from Home Mr. Wear tion between Husband and Wife". Wainwright are teaching an advanced the value
'. 4 W. E. Middleton local physician.Also The honor guests, The subject of Red Cross sewing of which haihJ
present were Miss Katherine Missions and a discussion of the and Mr. Thorn made brief talks and knitting was discussed and Young Peoples service at 7:30. First Aid course which Is' by the City Assmoro
of
q Canova, field nurse. for 'Clay Jewish faith was conducted by expressing appreciation for the the women were urged to go on Interesting studies on Prophecies. necessary for 'those wishing to enroll and accepted by the City

'r County, and Army, representatives Mrs. Kemp and Mrs George cooperation given them in their Tuesday afternoon to the American Popular Evening service at in the Motor Corps or to By order of the City C
Anderson. Prayer for the Jews 8:30.: Good crowds evidence int teach First Aid classes) or to the *
from Camp Standing, promInent woik. Legion Hall and get garmentsto helpIn City of Starke, Fl0r1d1.
7 Starke leaders and the entire was offered by Mrs. W, J. Ep- Credit for the success of the work on. The ,work may be terest shown and blessings received emergencies. 15th day of September

II, clinic stuff. person. dinner goes to committee from done at home; at the Woman's at these evening worship Miss Madge Wblgham and Miss II 1942 ,

ttii rr The luncheon was prepared and A layette was given to a needy the woman's Club headed by Mrs. Club House or the Legion Hall. services, Miriam Guy have qualified as in- 9-25: 2t Carl Jaw,
mother and circle members' are to Wednesday Sept. 30--the BIG
served by a committee from theWoman's Frank E. Wilson, who made all
meet to sew for the Red Crosson arrangements: night. Last Prayer Meeting of
t Club, headed' by Mrs Methodist Church
Thursday afternoons from 2 the Church Year, with a b I g
R. A. Green, chairman of the
L; Health Committee. to 5 o'clock, at the Legion Hall.It Fellowship Party Services at the church next Church-Family Dinner, at 7:30P. :
was announced that the Asso- will be' as follows: M. Everyone of the Ch rch-
t r Sunday
'l ift I' Many Interested citizens called clational Meeting will be held at Tuesday night at 1 the recreational Church School 10 A. M. Family cordially urged to come, DAEk
during the afternoon and were Pine Grove on Sept. SO. bringing with food
building the Fellowship Morning Worship 11:00: O'Clock you enoughfor
shown through the building.1 Mrs. Brownlee asked for, liberal all who come with This '
Methodist young people gave an Sermon Subject J : "Living By you. w
1 Sandwiches were served and tea
Home Missions offerings at the enjoyable party, which was thirdIn Faith." will be one of the high-points of STARKESurf. FLA.
4 was poured by Mrs. E. S. Mat- Week of Prayer observance this a series given I to increase Youth Fellowship meeting 7.00 the year, with reports of all the
thews.
ra week, and part of this fund will membership. The entertainment P.. M. various departments of the churchon

go to the negrtf college at St. consisted of singing popular songs Evening Worship 8.00 O'clock the last year's activities and
'
t1 Associational W. \1. U. Augustine.The and hymns and refreshments of Subject for the evening Message- with election of the church officers Mon. Tues. Sept. 27,28,29

To Be Sept. 30 meeting was closed with fruit punch and cookies were "Characteristics of a Dedicatedlife. for the next year, begin- ,

prayer by Mrs. J. H. Lord and served ." ning October 1. A real good timeIn

The New River Aasoclatlonal delicious refreshments were served I store for everyone.The .
RED-BLOOD AND GUNPOWDER HOOD
m meeting of the Baptist W. M. U. by the hostess. Settlement Meeting was [

r will be held at the Pine Grove The next meeting will be held held Tuesday night at Harry Wilkinsons ] roaring from Kipling's storied India..itorminj

; Church on Wednesday, Sept. 30 with Mrs. H. L. Hough Carolyn Callstreet with 40 present. Next j th.scrocnwith the lusty lile-thund rof min who

for one day only because of gasoline week at Jim Baxley's. All rural [ fight for th. lovo of U and love for thi fun ol U

i and tire rationing Mrs. Godwin HostessAt people especially invited.

4 4k The morning devotional will be Dinner PartyMrs.

led by Mrs J. B. Wyrick and a Highlight of the week, of course Dooley: Davis an' Bryan Harrellgoln' TOWER ABANDONEDThe .ij'

feature of the morning session W. F. Godwin entertainedat was the brilliant dinner at Blan- In for long Invlgoratln' observation tower In Lawt "
was built with the intentionof
y
will be
an address "Ambassador a delightful dinner party ding Center to halt Julius Thorn walkci these days ', I haven't the a 6J
of
repotting flight all air
of Peace In Our State" Miss
by Thursday night, Sept 17* in hon and farewell Bob ,Wear: ,arrlvln'an' got any gas, either_ planes In this At the s
Elsie Renfroe. Mlsa Amanda .. .. vicinity. oj
of Mr. and
or Mrs....James Henry v vs .
depart In1heads of,' the USO-
beginning: of. the .
-
Tinkle, missionary to Africa will of Tallahassee reporting some -'
Talley who have
YMCA ,. 'Twas Madge Mlddleton fresh from a
a very gala interest was shown local ob
by
t Africa". just to the returned West. from a wedding trip event and except for the heat a visit In Wichita. Kan.: with Mar servers. Today the only observers ( PA

most enjoyable one Mickeys guerite (Shrlver) Corn reports willing to give some timeto t
Luncheon will be served at The antique dining table was that mid-westerners. 'go around
fried chicken-already famous in this the
post are ladles. It
noon and during the afternoon covered with a beautiful Irish muchln'
these parts-was done to a turnan' parched sunflower seedjusi' has
now reached a point of stag-
I + session Moderator will discuss linen cloth and centered with I
Crosby a like do boiled
> the other food was equally we peanuts, nation. No reporting Is being 'J
3' "Thoughts on Peace." bowl of hybrid orchids and sweet
at good You know the pie I'll still take the peanuts: done at the tower here. There Is
7 Installation of new Ambassadors heart rones. must have been luscious when thank you Other edible oddities -' no excuse for this
will be held at 3 p. m.IV Invited to be with the honor : Foster negligence. !
Smith
BHS
John Wear hid his piece behind a new There are enough people In Law s
guest were Lt. and Mrs. George
menu so he'd get! a second slice! principal, demands hot biscuitsan' tey who either do absolutely noth- GGNGAFANDSO
MKMOIUUM: Compton of Camp Forrest, Tenn.
, well french fried potatoes three.
Camp Blanding was ing or can
In Miss Jackie easily spare a couple ,
loving of James Voght of Jacksonvilleand
memory represented, with handsome Lt.Anly times a day! % Wonder If Sara
Frederick Carnell who Henry T., Godwin. ,
departed
( ) Anderson doln' the honors Barefoot will try to copy Veronica
thin life September 22, 1931, three for General Kunzlg an' silver* Lake's hair-do after see In' her I have an irresistible Impulse to
days before he was five old. Episcopal Silver Tea
years eagles enuff in evidence to dazzle In Jaxville Wednesday afternoon? ankle up an' wheeze "What'scooklrt' uvDIN

"Deep"picture in our, hearts there Is a Ladles of St. Maik's. Auxiliary even the eyes of Insignia-weary Add Sept 19 birthdays: Mrs.. babe?" 'Sobvious, y'

are extending invitations to Starkeltes Incidentally, E. K.: Canova, Leonard Smith J.. ? know Adorable addition to
i More precious than silver or Silver Tea to be held Wednesday a 'sawfully hard to get used topeekln' S. R. Johns Jr.. Gloria Johns the Sunday School set: Jack Mil- Nth
gold, an' Olive Ray ', V IGOR\
Sept. 30. from 4 to 6 p. m., 'at at an officer's collar to ler, curly-headed 4-yr-old grandson GARY' : GRAMt
It's a picture of our loved one 1 the Woman's Club. An Interesting tell his rank after searchln of the I. H. Shepherds fAIRBANKSa IIOUGUS '
Who' memory will never shoulders for the two Latent Bill Graham Parents Q. ,
t glow. program is planned and proceedswill past years story goes E. an' Margaret Mil
old." be used toward Installationof I'm not at all In favor of thuxly: Seems the lad bought five ler here from Denver for the w\tb\ Sa1\llanl\ ,[ talalClaR"elll

Mr, and Mrs S. C. Carnell, the new roof on the church the change, either We girls hen an' a rooster an' took 'em winter > Change of Scenes: ; tea'v.. ( tog f 00

Mr. and Mrs F, A. Scott could demurely glance at a home to Alyce tother day Sam Alvarez from Barnwell S, l' a ....dTs".d
'
Parents and Grandparents. fARD OP TIIANKS shoulder an' no one would be the "Why the rooster?" Alyce asked C. to Ocala, Fla. Robt Green. I. the roUln' rlrn.

1 I wish to thank from the bottom wiser, but you' can't peer 'at a "Well we want eggs don'twe Camp Shelby, Miss to Fort Ord flru""' re I ... lilt

of my heart all those who collar without seem In' to stare! ?" Bill expostulated Hear Cal. Joe Allen Lander, Mobile red..pM"' g ':,,, f'''''v

were so, kind during the illness tinytot Gall Duke puzzled mama Ala. to U. of F. Also .gll.rr. .sd awaeNMd1 ,.."

SEA and death of my husband Bar- ---- tother day by suddenly demand- hear Joe an' Georgia (Haynes) r '" ,

ney Slsson. I will never forget When CoL Kramer Thomas In' some "Oscars" ? Scoot I was Scanlan are housing In HoustonKate 11....", '
your many ktndnemes. stood up to bring a message,from beglnnin to wonder If her dotter *
.. FOODSOur the 79th had ._ ,...,.... -.4.1N1+..ca.horaal
-Mrs. Division I knew that all I started readln'" movie S. MSMMt 01" .. ad let
Mae Siseon.priva mags -
,,_. ... C""Je. 5cI... rl.j' kr loti h '
Mwy kr HKM nd M.cA"hw
my cherished Ideals ,of what a even at that tender age: but- finally I. Struth tells the world It
Specialty military man should look like had decoded the message;; and pays to advertise '(specially in Also

a Jones at last been realised-trim figure, Gall Is now the proud owner of the Telegraph) Overjoyed at

:4. : tf' neat uniform, steel gray hair, a pair of brand new oxfords ,. the response to' a little Item last The Real, AuthenticU.

FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP devil-may-care m u a t a c ball See Levy an' Mona Canova hav- week statin' that she'd like to

/rt wore there r .- How nice It is to In' the Interior of their home redecorated have premium coupons of all S. Government Release-

't AND OYSTERS COOKEDTO I. have all your Ideals restored after 'Pe r. as if the kinds to send to the Methodist

discovering alas, that too many living an' dining rooms will be Orphanage She can still use The

majors spread In the wrong places a heavenly shade of blue more, however. If you've got any
SUIT YOUR, OWN and colonels would often look Card' from Cliff (Air Corps) old ones layin' around t Hear

more at home in ,a swivel chair Hazen, now at.. Las Vegas N. Paul Hudgins Isn't long for Call BATTLE OF MIDWAY)

,jg PERSONAL TASTE than on a fiery steed Among Mexico St. That Is If he passed his ., .
''Yt'
h the eye-catching Army couples C. P. T. tests tother day, and he In TechnicolorYOU

I ...4< t :: were Col. Edward Fickett (16th Stark..Itr* Starke couldn't do thinks he did All the queer
Cavalry) and his beauteous wife, without: Sam Rosenberg, who'll names' of towns aren't In Florida
1
wear In' the most atrlkln' red hat give till It hurts to any worthy -Lois (Adkins) Pope l Is head- ONE!

A&ALUNCHEONETTE tot him t.k. a bit. b.for. you wake of this (or any other) season .j cause His latest donationbeln' quarterin now in Loachapoka MUST SEE THIS
him S.rfl Prt. Jo... I.
VD having aRUMFORD Other notable. too Alabama ,
numerous to .
Seems
seven cots for
Dr..m-fluffr cakes. the First strange to 1
crisp clMld... mad with Rumford, mention, but passln credit must 1 I Aid Station and three sewing be bavin a football game with Wed.. Thurs. Sept. 30. Oct.

tko baking powdw that's k.lp.d bake be given to Leslie Shepherd, who machines for Red Cross produc- school not even In session yet, BIG DOUBLE FEATURE ..

80 food,.worth.nl racer drcanlnc: : Victory about booklet for over of handled a difficult m. c. job with tion room Dot Epperson glv- but such is the case BHS ): No. l"Lady In A Jam

In Park Theatre Bide. niulMi rcclpoal H.lp co.....*. his customary aplomb .. <' ,Also In' time energy an' whatnot to v. Baldwin tonight Usual Dunne
'Writ today.Rumford Baking Powder to Corp. ,Mike time Starring Irene
an'
Ruth Mosak ,
usual
every sort of place ,
war work So
Delia
long
?
Box BS, Ramford, Rhod 1Dl....
wrro gave us all a' thl'Ullnfew Rosenberg, I n f I u e n cln' Junior See you there ,. No. 2-."Mr. Celebri m"rttria

moments with their original composition clubbers to do a bit of airplane -Carolyn. ; 'With Buzzy Henry, Doris Day,

"I Am The USO" spottln' Good examples Francis X. Bushman

COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY ---- I Less follow 'em An' apeakln ALSO NEWS -
S Spotted an' Jotted. : P 1 111 e y of the Red Cross Production -
SUPPLIES Brown sewln' a fine seam at the hear room GET THE f
Virginia Smith holds
{ t FOR Red Cross room Marjorie' time whirlwind the all- Fri, Sat,-Oct. 2, 3-DOUJJLE F jCooBENo.
THE SERVICE MEN record thus far SPEEDy.SUKE
OF CAMP BLANDING ,
Davis beamln" over a new 'birthstone 22 f From Hong
I" WE OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND Claims she started an' com- "Escape L

FRIENDLY SERVICE ring a sweet sixteenth pleted a dress all In the same aft- TfRELIEFFORACWCarpenter's With Leo Carillo, Andy Devine, Marjorie|,
birthday gift from (you've guessed ernoon! ,
Anybody
it) Daddy wanna /ND/GFST/ON No. 2-"Lone Star Ranger
Mon-
M P. S. STORES Katty meet the- champ for a return en- .
telth
Inc. an' Katy Watnwrlght doln', gagement at the Legion Hall? With John KimbrouKh

ti TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU, their ar1n'stint In the watch tower 'an See manager Scootie Duke I Ii : .- SERIAL AND CARTOON -
app quite enthusiastic
over 4. i )*
Blanding Center the work '. Lyle Anderson an' a t :: l-f; P.
Bus Station Betty McRae MIDNIGHT[ SHOW. SAT.. OCT. 3. ;
latest
tl1.1 And 115 W. Call St. the sales additions to Could be sour grapes (cause 1 Of The Elsinore"
Starke Fla.. force at Stump's ain't bought mine' yet) but when "Mutiny Fell
t ;Freddie Wimberly an* Bobby Tur- I spot a damsel all dyked out in With Paul Lukas Lyn Hardingr. Kathleen

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BRADFORD COUNTY
: TKLEORAFII. 8TARKK. FLORIDA PACK FIVE


BITS of LOCAL NEWS IN Clues IT ('01 NT. HHtllKOHU Mold. to the highest. hlttoer at the
OUR SERVICE MEN roi'TY.' FI.Ofiui.tl I* I'HAVl'EltT. -' iiirthiiiino. door on the tint Mon
j day I In the month of November
...*.tnt .. If... .f latrmt ........r.I... Wlll! :Merle I'..1m..... Plaintiff, vs. I :. which Ix I the and,, day of
Hradford Co..tr boys. now remiss. t .<.!. Jim C l'aliiii. l>i>f..ndant. Cane No. November. 1942.liMtpil .
tiargle Patel spent MondonviUe Mrs. R. E. Matthews of Cross Mias Marie McGee of Jacksonville sa- Parealr sad '.1........ .r. aranrl toceeperal. :2104. I i iORDKIt ber 1942.uxtFlIAS.
City was the by brl.alrrt I. aews sad 1e11rrr Of PI'ntTCATION I
shopping. guest Wednesday of spent Wednesday here visit rroM the bar away from hnm_ aervie.ra .. ANI NtVTK-R TO APPEAR I I I' ( SEAL) A. J. Thomait
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Ing her mother. Mrs. Anne Mc- ... .!- rrv...... f. writ 1m the STATE OK. KL.OIUDA to: Jim C Clerk (lr .Circuit Court of Kradford ,
and Mrs. .1'.1.......... reporting encase sad anUrltl.a Palmer whose residence. la "'"vnll. County. .'..'rld". V-2i 41 10-14
:-I'apol1- of Tampa spent R. A. Newsome. Gee, and Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. .r ........... nah Chatham County, Ueorarla but I -
here this week, with Andreu and family. l I. now Hirricrunt' In Company A,
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"ye Mrs. Marian Pennell of Boston 34th Mod. Amu. It.,.. Stationed at At9Tl1'el! oi" 'pni.irTio'
HILL GODWIN IIK.KI: FROM: program was broadcast and went Camp Harkloy.. Texaa. FOIL Tax HKKItIVrnate .
Mass., was called here recently Misses Sara Nina You are requlrml to appear on Hill N.. 1I'h
and MissWednesday because 0 f the illness of her Barefoot. Best news from a service man over big, both as to attendanceand November 2nd., ID4J. In the above NOTlCbl IS IIUUKrtY! UIVFJ. M. Barefoot Bishop, Carolyn Green and Fred the amount of sales. named. Court and cause, wherein That Lull. Crosby holder of Tax
Lfoot spent father, J. J. Rlgdon. die Wimberly and biggest thrill of the week Plaintiff iiveka divorce.. Bradford t'ertiflcal.s No. 6, and 69. Uiuoil
spent- Saturday In County Telegraph hnll piibllnh thlal She Xn.
vile.Lrl .. Jacksonville where they attended for a mother came Wednesdaywhen Order In next four weekly .....u... 140. hoe riled. same. In my office
Miss Alma Murrhee will leave the Florida-Naval (\>rp. LfMtrr, Price Kobln-wm, WltneH* my hand and official I HtiU' hoi made phvatlon for at.x
of Alachua laKr this afternoon f Nashville, Teno. Air Station Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin re- who spent several months at Camp :::,1.-1. : stark, Florida, thla H.|>- deed, to b". Issued thereon Said
Davis football game. ceived a letter directly from her JSrd 1942.OKFIC1AU cmiricHt tmbrHV th. fullowinv"
: where she will enter her Blanding with the 2nd special HEAL dvHfrllitxl! .
Mr. and Mrs. sophomore ( : ) A..J. Thomas property In th County
parents. : year in college: son, Sgt. William F.'Godwin who service! unit, la now in England A. Clerk of aald Court I or Umtlfuid. Hint of fr'lorldit, to-
Kelvey. Friends of Mrs. is interned the I Kali & Kata Jackaonvlllo Florida. wit:
W. H. Green, by Japanese government
according to a cablegram NW ,
i received Atly".lor Plf. 9-la 4t of SWti Suction IS Twp.
I Mrs. Clyde Powell of' Lincoln; mother of Congressman; R. A as a prisoner of war. recently by his wife who Is at 10.1'1 I 7 W. H 80 K., fontnlnlnir 40 acre..
and more Ion,
Opperman Green will be Bill in the Wake Island or U nibmced under
Interested know was
Frances Nebr., arrived Saturday for''a to garrison her home In Orlando. Lester's said Certificate No. 6d.
dol' Haley spent Satur- visit with her bus-band 'who that she has returned to Starke which fell Dec. 23 1941 tooverwhelmlnl' outfit furnishes entertainment for !itOTH'M 0V %PPM(' TIOV NKW; \ of HKM! I..H. S:! 'A. Sec. U
Is FOR TX UKKUIMeaal Twp. 7 11..20 "ont.lnln.-
a.
111.,
:34
cksonvllle. after several months In Lake But forces. This
stationed at Camp Standing.. enemy the soldiers, having a mobile Library Hill !Me. 1113. I acres, more or IWMII !I. vinbrauvduiidnr
ler with her daughter, Mrs., R. S. letter is the first word received motion picture machine, NOT1CH IS HI:JlEnv' OIVRN.: .1'h" said Certificate. No. 69.
ss spending this Johns. Ttml Klva) MMNUMnnifint of the said prop
nbns Miss Gloria Johns and cousin; from Sgt. Godwin since that etc. He Is a former Starke boy.. (rilflrate No.Rullivaii ans. |1..11.,1 holder of_ Tax rly under the said c rtlflHt. .. No.
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vacation Tom Ritch, were' dinner guests fateful day and ends months of but has made his home In Apopkafor day of September -A. n-iIl4: i haa'filed of 611 and David AH l Colrman.Issued w.r. In the niitii

|of the State. Saturday evening of Dr. and Mr. Mrs. Marian Pennell hall returned tireless effort during which Mrs.\. the past several years. I mad name.application In my for office a.. and..", deed haa. lUn/ .... naltl certificate shall be

C. C. Mendoza in Jacksonville to her Rome In Boston, Godwin had attempted to obtain to be iHiiued thereon. Staid certl-'' redeemed dvntrlbnd according to law the
property therein
irguerlte Deyorlo Is onys' Mass., after spending the past some word of her missing son. Irate embrace the following d.-: to the hlKhem bidder will at the l>eMold
M-rlhed
visit with' relative Mr"E.. W. ** two weeks here with her father, Bill Is in a Japanese, concentration \NOTHEK PROMOTION! Bradford.property Slate of In Florida Urn County to-wlt of: i I courthouse dour on the first Monday -
Hayes spent the I' In the month of November,
ds ;In Tampa. week-end In Jacksonville visitingher J, J. Rlgdon. Mr. Rlgdon who camp "somewhere In oc- Edgar Malcolm Lewis, son of Ionic A In strip HW 100. nr ft NWV wide a by.. recorded 1200 ft' 142. which IK the Jnd.:, day of

son, Enos Hayes, who in a has been seriously HI, is much Im cupied China." He says that he Mr. and Mrs. Eddie J. Lewis of In Deed. Hook 7, ..age 6 A 22. pub-1 November.Dated this 1941.4th day of September.
Vining returned Sat- Brooker, hat been promoted againand Ho rocordM of liiadford _
D. proved. Is well and has been in good eoullty.1 1949.
iternoon from Dubllc. Ga., lege.student at Jones Business 'Col! health since his capture when now holds the rank of Staff Flnrldn The' .'amieaiiment Hue. .IS Two of' the 7. 8.mild 22 prop K.; .f[ Clerk OFFICIAL of Circuit PEAL Court A. J, Tho A'''.

ie visited friends. Miss Cleone Edmondson he Sergeant. He was Inducted on arty under the mild certificate of Bradford -
began was under command of Major ailed. l wan In the nam' of J. A. County 'Iurlda.Ili 4t IU-1I\
The Rev. A. E. Ltghtfoot returned work Monday In the bookkeeping Jar: P. S. Devereaux. He sends March 14, 1941 at Camp Blan liffan.ITnleaa. 1..1

etty Wade spent several Friday from Birmingham department of the Florida Bankat regards to all his friends. ding and was sent to Fort Crock said cert Ifl.-ate shall Office S u p p lies. Bradford
week In Ocala visiting ett at Galveston Texas with the redremvd avcordlnatu law t
Starke.
i T. L. Hamiter has di-Hcrluvd County Telegraph.CLASSIFIED .
property therein
Ala. will
where he attended a Training lie
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Mrs. W. H. Peebles. been Coast Artillery. He remained - -
Course In Sunday School recently transferred from Keeffee Ilarrell now a 2nd
ac
tivities. the bookkeeping department to a class seaman, has been transferred there u. ill war was declared, and

klcKlnney, Jr., of. Galnes- I teller's place. from the Naval Air Station was sent to Fort MacArthur, San I ADSWANTED I

nt I Tuesday here visiting I Mrs. F. A. Scott and Edna at Norfolk Va.. to the training Pedro Calif., on Dec. 11, wherehe

\\I. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Noegel spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crews of school at Memphis. Tenn., where was rated as duty sergeant FOR SALE OR RKNT 20-acre TO
In FATTEN
May he was transferred to hogs on
the State Farm have he is studying aviation main tim-
Ormond with Mrs. Scott's son-in- recently
farm furnished house.
Cheap. shares.-Ira
Florida and stationed at Key W Andreu, 1 ml.
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.S. had as their guests Mrs. Crews'mother ance.
On
; Hampton Schencks road.
west of Starke.
[ A. E. Lightfoot and West. He writes that Army life ttpLUZIIR.S
C. Carnell. and sister Mrs. Emma Otto
Apply B. Hicks Waldo
Nancy, have returnedweeks' agrees with him fine, but he ,
Rivers and Mrs. A. F Thornton
:
I Fla. FINK COSMETICS
ARMY AND NAVY 9.25.3tp
visit with her would like to have few off
o> a days
of Auburndale
and their
Col. D. E. Knight'waa called ; rela- I and perfumes ''distributed by
The white of the Navy and
so he could visit home He
In MiamI. tives Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rivers agnln. FOR SALE- Missionary straw
to Miami Tuesday to attend the khaki of the Army were walking Mra. J. O. Llnsin. 426 N. Walnut
of Ala. baa had one 20-day furlough during berry plants by bed thousand.
Chlldersburg, or St.
funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs.S. ltp
down Call St. Wednesday! afternoon
ful Cleaning: Beautiful bio 18 months. of service .-W. T. Waadln. Waldo.
S. Knight, 'who died Mondayat
arm In arm. Leonard Kln-
at the Starke-IUmulIng her home there. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durden Fla. 9-18 2tp WANTED TO RENT-Permanent.
ilte Park Theatre.' and two children, of DeLand, chen who li a a just completednine Frank G. Hemingway Jr., has man tlenlrea furnished apart

J. B. Rowe Mrs. Sam Andersonand were week-end guests of his months' training at Norfolk been in the Navy three years and I FOR SALE-45-acre farm 3 miles ment or house See W. M. Carter

linne McGee of Stuart ,Js daughter, Janet, left Wed mother, Mrs. A. A. Durden; and represented the Navy, and Henry In the southwest Pacific for a i west of Lawtey on State Farm ut Koch's Drug, Store. Itp

I this week here with Tier nesday for Brooksville for a brief Betty Jo Durden was the guest McKelvey who has been stationedat year and seven months. He was road. Easy terms, J. S. Norman,
fa-law I Moore Field, Mission, Texas at Pearl Harbor on the fateful I Lawtey, Fla 9-11 4tp RECEPTIONIST WANTED-Ptr-
and sister Sheriff visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. of her uncle and aunt, Mr.' and
1 A. O. Andreu. Burton.J Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. for six months, represented the December 7, but the last time hla manent resident with some
Army. Leonard Is spending his parents heard from him-tour rOR SALE-Six-room cottage In knowledge of typing. $70 per

leave with his parents Mr. and I weeks ago-he was still getting Starke. If Interested address: month. Bon 'Art' Studio. It
: F. Burton, of Gainesville, Mrs. C. N. Christy, who has Mrs. E. L. Kinchen, who recently : along fine. Frank has been on OWner Box 745. Starke. ltp

spent the week with his sister, been visiting her parents. Mr. moved from Starke to Jacksonville the aircraft carrier Enterprisesince LOST-little dark brown mule!
Mrs.. Sam Anderson. He U mak- and Mrs. S. R. Johns has returned he first FOR 8AL -1941 Plymouth station with brown streak down his
but intends to spend partof went Into the Pacific -
ing his plans to go to Jackson- to her home in Augusta, Ga. his time here, which he still and U now a 2nd class airplane wagon in perfect condition. buck. Raward. Notify D. L.

ville to join the Navy., Mrs. Christie was accompanied considers "home". Henry In. spend Four good 6-ply heavy duty Kite, Starke, Fla. Itp I
home by her sister, Mrs. Mau- mechanic tires and tubes.-Paul Hudgtns
ing leave with ills
N. E. Chancy who is stationedat rice Edwards, and children, Mau- a 21-day par Koch's Drug Store, Starke. lip LOST Black billfold containing
Send Items of interest
l ents, Mr. and Mrs J. A. Mc- your valuable and of
name
the Naval Air Bam in Jacksonville papers
rice Jr. and
spent the week-end here Carolyn. Kelvey. He is serving with the concerning service men to the 11K1PKR. CALVES for sale W. T Tunley, Reward to finder

with his brother-in-law and sister Miss Ann Solomon left Tues ground crew, port engineers, at Telegraph for publication. Mathews Dairy, Starke. lip Return to Bradford County

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons. Moore Field. Says the Texans Telegraph Itp
for her home In
day 'Brooklyn
TRA WHERRY are a fine bunch of people and Buying Large CansThe FOR RENT ,- Furnished house

HORT CAKE Miss Lorene Shaw, of t h eState N. Y:, after a weeks' visit here treat the soldiers royally. keeping 'room. Mrs. L,' B. Ayer, FOUND Black sow marked
with her brother and sister-ln-
Waldo. "split under bit" In one ear
Starke ;
atAlexander' Coca Cola Co. Is Itp
Farm, former employe
SOC law, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Solo- "split and a hole" In other.
purchasing No. 10 (l-gallon) tin ,
: ., In Stark la visiting I'vt John M., Godwin of the
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y & Saturday.Only relatives friends'iln Auburn mon. She was accompanied by 74th Coast stationed In cans from local restaurants and FOR RENT--Large:: house on Black and white! listed male
) and. Mrs. Solomon who will remain In Artillery, I hotels and from the State Farm. west aide Kingsley Lake, Oct. shottt 'with her. Owner may

ery Is Open:'F; dale :. \" Brooklyn for the duration. motion Virginia to, recently Corporal received Technician pro-as Although In' some sections these 1. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, 128 have by paying for food and

qar ( e..ti.OA E""I'I''B.earlng used! > cans have brought as much W. Madlnon. Starke. ltp ad. Mrs. J. L. Johns, New
\apt 104otI11r, aqd4n' frsJ machine gun Instructor and maintenance -
At :\11 Times '." had as their; guests last w&ek-end W. C.' Burch who'' hall been with man.MUSICAL. ., as 5 cents each or up to $130 River lip
A the Starke Taxi Service for sev- per ton, the OPA has just released FOR RENT OR LEASES-I, 2 or
s Visit. See ,Our Mr. Searing's brother-In-law and NOTICI-Louh Pappas (the one-
eral months, left this week with an order making the legal 5 years, the Lee Morgan placeon
ie 1 Machines In sister, Mr. and Mrs/ Andrew J. TALENT armed man) Is no longer at the
his wife for a 10-day visit with I. rate for them not to exceed 90 Water Oak formerly knownas
Operation Muler,' .of Summit, N. J. KK:( her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. per ton.NOTICE. old Jesse Reddish place. For
Milligan, In Lake City. When he Uncle Sam might make a few information address Bradford 1 tIIAItCAI
BINE'S Mr.. ,tnd Mrs. A. C. Durden and mistakes to fit Is hereby given that the ., ., r .
returns he will take up defense trying square pegs County Telegraph. 9-18 3tp N
daughter Mrs. J. W. Klncald returned work In the new Hartman planton Into round holes, but he certainlyhit following radios huva been in I ;

AKER Monday to (their home in Temple Ave.Beautiful the nail on the head one time our repair shop for more than FOR RENT -- 2-r o o m furnished SIx-room house

12 W. Tampaafter spending several anyway and Paul Knight Is nowa 30 days: Sllvertone model, 4500 apartments for housekeeping.Hot Large lot
Call
St. weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. O. 'leaning, Beautiful member of the Post Band at A serial no. 38883; RCA Victor water, private bath. $30.-- SI.100 cash

L, Beasley. Tailoring at the Starke-Blandlng Camp Croft, S. C. Likes. the model 12 X serial no. B-10B10; 210 N. Smith St., Galnnsvllle W. T. CM1TE. Realtor
119 E' Call Nt. II i iIK
Tailors. Opposite Park Theatre. Army fine-especlqjly since his Senora midget/ electric; CronIfV Fla. 8.18 Zip

new assignment. Paul who was model 5H9-H serial no. 19- I
YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL-
NAT SEZ: Mrs. George Inman has been with the N. B. C. in New York 10741; Firestone air chief serial WANTED Intelligent young milk cows stock cows, beef

awarded a scholarship at Williamand City before being Inducted, appeared no. 674484; 1-iuHone model 280 woman to learn the florist business cattle, stock bulls or hogget

r The government ways that about Mary College, and left Sun- among the "stars"" John AW; Airline model 62-325 chas- In Jacksonville No previ In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr.,

10,000,000 men will be In the day for Richmond Va., to take a Payne Jane Wyman etc., In a ills no. 32 -1WG8; Crosley model owl experience. necessary, butwillingness Box 247 Stsrke; Box 201 Lake

army by 1943. 4-months' course In Public Health big War Bond rally In hevllle, 176 Serial AGFA 408261; to learn essential. City; Telephone 481 Lake City.

y. {< They don't su k flume fellow' If Nurolng. As soon as she has com- N. C., last Friday night. The Westinghouse model no. WR 150 Write Box 152, Lawtey, Fla. lip Auction market every Thursday -

they would like to Join; they Just pleted her course, she will returnto chassis no. A-ll-31; Wings on all classes of live stockat

send them a post card to come on Starke and continue her workas model 382 serial no. L806294.-- WANTED TO BUY.-House trail Lake City at 2:30: P. M.

and that's all there Is' to It. clinic nurse with the Brad Miss Addine Pratt, who has Ward's Radio Service. 9-25 2tp er.--Guidon Grill, Starke. lip 6-8-43

They ask the rest of u* In civilian ford-Clay Health Unit.C. been employed for several yearsIn .JO..'._ _. .. .. .
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clothes to do our part by buying the Bank of Tavares has successfully -

War Bonds. That's getting off E. Hernwall. teller at the passed her examinationat

light don't you think; Ae Red Florida Bunk at Starke will re- Camp Blandlng and has joinedthe

Skelton would ayi. "..- dood it". turn today from a two-weeks' WAAC department of the
vacation spent at his I country U. S. Army. .about. 30 days 10
t .. ONE OF THE BEST OF ALL TIME!
'" -: home. His wife who is secre- she will be sent to Pea Moines,

tary in the office of Knight & Iowa for training. Miss Pratt Is

GET Knight attorneys also took a a half sister of J. D. Cottrell. More Thrills Than The Screen Has Ever Known
READY 'FOR SCHOOL few days' rest during his vaca e#

tion. Dr. O. L. Haynes and H. ,A.

INVEST IN A PAIR OF Bishop took a car full of local
Friends here are glad to know boys to college In North Georgia GARSONWALTER

that little Margaret Rose Duncan Wednesday. Buddy Bishop will

Peters.Shoes !Is now greatly Improved and that attend Emory University, Atlanta .
Directed t WILLIAM WYLER Froduc.d by SIDNEY FRANKLIN
she and her mother. Mrs. K. O. this year, while O. L. >r

Duncan are expected to return. Haynes, Jr., and J. E. Denmark :

FOR THE KIDDIESger home about the first of October.I of Starke, and Garland Godwin, MRS. MINIVER

They have been at Mayo Clinic in of the State Farm, will attend

[ Wearing Rochester Minn., for the past Emory Junior College, at Oxford.

several weeks because of Mar-
Economical I* flHfl'IT: (;COURT BH"IO"UIIIO
garet Rose's serious* throat coimTir, FLOHIUAI n CHAM.
Expert Fitting trouble.Mr. ('KltY.Clureiiuti. '
Herbert Ruble, Plaintiff
v... Janice KlnUa' Bllbl, Def.ndant. ;
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and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Ca No. ll f.OHI'ISK _
".K PUBLICATION
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returned Saturday night from JCCT, NOTK-n TO APPBAKHTATK :
Highlands N. C., where they OF KLOHIDA to: Janice ,I
BOYS OVERALLS Idol. Bilble. Ho* II Route No.2. '
spent most of the summer. While Welch, W.t Virginia.You '
away, Mr. Nollman also made a are r.<|uii.t November 2nd., 1942. In the above
business trip to Chicago 111. Miss named Court and cause wherein
"Happy Jack Brand" Betty Jane Nollman Is teaching plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish I
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Home Economics in the Thomas ibid Order In nexttour, wnvklyue II
2 Jefferson Junior HI, Jacksonville, I.. *.
to 8 $1.00 10 to 16 $1.19 Witness my hand and official' I
while Miss Katharine Nollman Is .
seal at Htarkr. Klurldu. this ttrptambrr sa.
:
S H m TH _ ., .F. J._. JJm. j j attend In g Brenau Academy (OFFICIAL 22nd SEAL. Ld42. A. J. Thomas
Gainesville, Ga. A. Clerk of said Court. -
'.2$ 4t 10.11 Irs THE BIG j
NO NEED TO SEW PARADE 0. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert' Freeman Rft-'UFORU r
IY .IH.r (-oi RT.
Tallahassee publishers of the St. CKRY.loiwpb CfM'VTY.. .LOKI""I IM CRAW: THIS WAR I -= ""IIIi TULSA WRIGHT DAME MAT WHITTT a REGINALD OWEN .._ 't!)

A Complete) Line OfCHILDREN'S Cloud Tribune and Avon Park ", Allen Woolen Plaintiff v.. HEW HAVERS RICHARD NET REMIT WILCOXON 'W':4:, ;

Sun, were weekend visitors here, Mary Dozier Wuoten, ffendnt.
Ca... No. 1161.OHnEII .-
: Mrs. Freeman passed the final OP1 PUBLICATION: 1Ic>.*.. H.i by AitM Wl.p.ru.Cfeof..r, *..b.l.1.._HUM cad.Clad'_ W..t I IA I

examination for enlistment with STATE ANI NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mary.Maier WILLIAM WYLIR P.oduction Bead on JAN STRUTHER'S Hovel I

DRESSES the Women's Army Auxiliary Woolen wn, *,.. residence !I. '

2orps, and was Inducted for ser Carolina.You ioule No.. 2, Kocky., Mount North Midnight Sat., and Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.-Sept.. 2630Also : t

easonably vice. After a quick business tripto are required to appear onNovember
Priced $1.39 to $1.98ternberg's At Ritz Thurs. Fri.-Oct. 1.2
St. Cloud, they returned to 2nd., IU2.! In the above ,
named Court and cause wherein
Tallahassee where they also plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford i
(ounty Telra-raph shall thla I Nt
publish
operate WTAL. Mrs; Freeman ,\dmJ..h. l1
Order In next' four weekly l.nue..
probably will be assigned to the WltneRn my hand ami official Advance THEATRE Adults

> Des- Moines, Ia., base within the seal at Z2nd.Hlarke, 142., Florida, this September -r In STARKE I Mutlnee 8oeAQmiseloa

next few weeks when,, the next (OFFICIAL HEAL) A..J. Thom... L Night 40tt
A. Clerk of said Court. I III -.
Florida quota Is called. '. 4t lft-1* i

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Wickard calling for greatly Increased Drinking Costs Many AdvantagesIn -
: RestrictionsOn
11 9FARMERS'\ New
; SECTION acreage of peanuts for LivesOf Using V-Mail
oil, and with the demand certainto Many F
ulc
y rM tl f be heavy again next year, the who were Mail Florld&na who have been con-
the 40,000 persons Air
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL necessity of "bringing! back" the automobile accidents last cerned about cor spondence
killed In
COMMON SENSE. peanut lands during the winter 8.000-one in five-had been reaching men afloat or afield In
I Is apparent. \ year Postmaster Fred F. Stump has the Pacific area can lighten their

MAKE GOOD use OF FATS SAVE ON FERTILIZER BILL Fortunately, seed supplies are drinking. In the 1942 edi- requested that the Telegraph give worries considerably b y taking Bj

!i Question about how extensively! This winter, perhaps more than abundant. Hundreds of tons of tion This of Is"Accident revealed Facts," the National the widest publicity to Postmaster the following advantage of the Navy's latest ,
and Austrian of the
seed of vetch peas order innovationY.Matl 1
food before, winter legume cover I book.
used
kitchen fats can be as ever Safety Council's year
raised in the Northwest, are already with reference to air-mall
and when they should be turnedin crops are of vital importance on : State summaries for 1941 showed General This new type mall written on

"tl ? P a in to processors to Increase glycerine Florida farms. They will do' Southern beginning farms. Some to move strains of to says "Accident Facts," that 11 destined outside Continental special forma which can be obtained 1 y

; supply are raised by homemakers double duty at a time when both, percent of the drivers Involved In United States. at any poetofflce or substation -
stt,.t 1 } g t these days. duties are urgently! necessary. i vetch-notably Augusta In Flor- fatal accidents had been drinking. "The War and Navy Depart- is photographed on 16mil11meter < qil $0
will hold and build, ida-produce seed In the South. exercise control over the
nutritionist
i M.umAnna MaeSikes, Winter legumes These drivers were involved In ments microfilm epoola, greatly -
with the State Agricultural soils and gather nitrogen from And blue lupine has Lome into one of of every six accidents. transportation of air mall to overseas reducing the bulk of ordinary

Extension Service, here gives the air to help replace that which prominence in Florida during recent summaries reportedthat destinations. Reports re- mall. Upon arrival at their destination -I

m nome answers from home economists growers are unable to obtain in years, with a considerable The same cent of the pedes- ceived during the past few weeks they are reproduced 4-
14
of weed being harvested per
U. 9. Department o f commercial fertilizers. supply show conclusively that the volumeof
+u ;, here last spring. Various clovers trians killed had been drlnklng- for by 5 1-2 Inches in size
t Agriculture. With nitrogen being used as also can be grown on suitable 1,900 of the 13.600) pedestrian air mail now being received V-Mail Is dropped in letter
: outside -
INy: i t I a, The important goal Is to build nitroglycerine in munitions manufacture soils. Farmers unable to obtain deaths. The figures Indicated transmission to certain points States boxes just as ordinary: mall but I
a United
the country's total fat supply. with the supply of natural the continental
d ,
up sufficient seed of leguminouscrops that one,In every six adult pedes- will when it Is received at poa toff Ices,
/ By making good use in the nitrates from Chile uncer- is greatly exceeding and con-
t which trians had been drinking the speedup campaign begins.
oats and
can use rye, I
kitchen of the fat we save from tain because of, shipping difficulties tinue greatly to exceed the facilities
4 fit, day to day getting the most from and with food production will protect the land and provide Says ccldent Facts": that are or can be made After being photographed these '
the feed, but will not !gather nitrogen. the proportion of There- mails' go to the destination by 00 oc .
lessen that
them as a food, we programs demanding no letup in "Although available for purpose. ow
burden on commercial stocks of the productivity of our Bolls It Florida farmers are planning to drivers and pedestrians reportedto fore, It becomes necessary to ma- the first available air transpor- ROACHE

r! fate Every bit of we aaveand Is not difficult to realize that war plant legumes on an unprecedented have been drinking has Increased terially reduce the weight of In- tation. They rate highest pri When you figiu J

: use for food helps.fat. Use all needs for nitrates give new em- scale. On most farms winter In recent years a greater dividual pieces of air mall so that orlty-they go Immediately! try to get nt ,

you can for food and cooking- phasis to the benefits of legumes legumes are on the "must" list. degree of completness In figures the transportation by air of the Whereas regular mall from the not just kill lie 4.

t(9 then turn In what Is left. as winter cover crops. They give reported by the states and cities greatest possible number of let Hawlian arelT t0East Coast points you can hit ?),)p,|f

I t Properly cared for, fats you the farmer a chance to grow his Handle Hogs could account entirely for the apparent ters to those areas may be as- often takes many days--even goIng dust or !Hat ,

save are good for several pur- own nitrates and thus assure himself With Care upward trend. sured. I by convoy when malls are powder by accldac vd

p; pone I n your regular cooking of a supply. "The 1941 summaries of 22 The existing! facilities for strategic I unusually congested the new

y { routine. You can use them for But they do more than that. Farmers Urged"Be states showed 27 per cent more cargo and for personnel essential type mail takes only nix days K-3-D

seasoning, frying, cooking, and in Winter legumes not only add drinking driver than were Involved to the war effort have from time of posting to arrivalat K'mn Kiui

Home cases for baking too. nitrogen to the soil but they also careful with those hogs! In 1940's fatal accident. made the Immediate establishmentof Its addressed destination UIF'fytD

t .b Drippings from roasts and check sheet erosion and prevent you're sending to market." The number of con-drinking driven the following order of prefer-. Privacy too, is another redeem- Roaches eat it bw
t 'j 1 other cooked meats make flavorful losses through leaching of the Thi\* is Walter J. Sheely's ad- In 1941 fatal accidents was ence in the loading of mall on ing feature of V-Mail. After be- like i1 They dlyi ;
fats for seasoning-you cans vice to the hundreds of Florida 17 cent. The sharp in- aircraft destined for restrictedareas : Put K-3-D
nitrogen already present in the up per ing read by censors, It Is not i ioutofsight in itdi
use them In gravies, when cookIng soil. Thus they will do double or farmers ,who will be taking fat crease In drunk driving accidentsis : I tampered with in any way until In bottle caps

1, or heating vegetables in salad triple duty and each duty is of porkers to market during the confirmed by the Judgment and First-Official air mail. I opened by the addressee. pipe

p u dressings, and on wilted lettuce Importance for both the present next few months, and he has observation of a committee of Second V-Mall. Admiral Chester W Nlmltz can be left u bt

; Try this flavor in spoon- and the future. some very good reasons to backit outstanding traffic experts." Third-To the extent space is commander-in-Chlef of the use Non-poiuios

A bread. If you use their drippings "* Winter legumes especially up. '. available, other letter mail weigh- ,Fleet: declared: .Pacific and pets
,i, for baking you'll need to clarify The extension animal husband Seed ing not In excess of two ounces !
Important In areas where peanuts Cover Crop '*
them. "Everyone should take advant- and ile i
man explains that Uncle Sam letter. |
9 have been harvested this Although per
? 1 Bacon drippings often used peanuts themselves year.are a- needs lots of hogs for meat for Coming South The public should be Informed age of the opportunity offered by at

:}G. for shallow frying-such as for legume, when vines and nuts are city folks, for men In military By Trainloads that the quantities of air mall V-Mall. Delivery of personal cor- Sistrunk

frying eggs, apples, chicken, cabbage removed from the land they are service, and for shipment to allied coming within the third cate- respondence will solve some of FeeSeed

4' ''r and liver and other lean very hard on the soil. The harvest nations. Aside from this Record-breaking volumes of gory that can be given air dis- our mall difficulties, and should Co

;t meats Bacon sausage, and poultry removes all organic matter patriotic viewpoint, he also points winter cover crop seed, which will patch to the restricted areas ease the congestion' now presentIn ST4RKE, Flffl

)t y fats may be used as the fat and plant food, and since peanuts out that hogs-live, fat unbrulsed help farmers beat the threatened cannot be .accurately predicted our "greatly overtaxed postal' Mfff. by McPhifl j

} R in cream sauces for vegetables as area clean cultivated crop there hogs-are bringing very good nitrogen shortage and bolster and such matter may have to be system. Waken of AI'Orlando
well as In gravy. prices and the farmer whose hogs transported b y surface means. The V-Mall folders contain all
::3 is not much left to return to the production of important war, fi!
You can use fats trimmed from soil. Ordinarily, farmers do not get killed or badly bruised In crops, are now moving into the Military necessity may later require instructions necessary to expeditethe

l sky" raw meat In various ways-for grow peanuts for harvest on the loading or in transit is suffering Southeast from production areas that only official air mail letter.

K" : frying meats having too little same land more often than once losses in Income that could be in the Pacific Northwest. and V-Mall be transported by air r _
c fat for that purpose in suet In three years. But .this year avoided. This year's production of such to these areas. ----

puddings In pastries m addition with Secretary of Agriculture "Bruised crippled, and dead seeds as winter peas and vetch Until further notice, therefore Regular Plate
: lE' you can render these hogs arriving at the market are will be measured by trainloads.It only letters in their usual and

meat trimmings and use them as baking. Rendered suet and ren- the farmer's loss and the nation's comes at a time when the Na- ordinary form weighing not in DINNERS LUNCHES
; ; you would use any other fat. dered fresh pork also make good loss" he declares. tion's soil resources will be taxed excess of two ounces and coming .

dq d A" Poultry fat Is good for shortenings shortening for pastry, biscuits Mr. Sheely makes these suggestions severely to produce the vital butoildepleting within the third category, may be GOOD OLD FASHIONED

", in cakes, biscuits, and other and other quick-breads. on handling hogs to war crops Includ- accepted as air mall for transmission -

avoid losses: ing peanuts and long-staple cot- to foreign countries and HOME COOKING

Where feed conditions justify it, ton, and at a time when the imports to overseas Navy post offices and
dye, DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST send hogs to market as early as of nitrate of soda an es A. P. O's. a -.-*- --.,-n.NOEGEL'S .

possible this season to avoid the sentlal plant food from Chile, are Packages of m e r c h a ndlse,
t 129 East Call Street congestion which usually occursIn uncertain because of shipping difficulties prints, etc., (except official pack- CAFE

December, January, and Feb. ages) will not be carried by air

{ f Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment ruary. Leguminous cover crops store from the United States. 222 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.THELMA'S .,
As fat hog has The foregoing restrictions
a small lung considerable quantities of nitrogen applyto
capacity and Is very heavy, In the soil besides adding sev- air mall for all points outside
handle him and the limits of the continental -.- ,- -------
- --- carefully slowlyso eral tons of organic matter per
he will not become over-heated. United States except that for the
acre when the Is
FUNERAL DIRECTOR crop turned over ?
d (Fifty percent of dead hogs arriving In the The time being they will not apply to PLACE
spring.
+ it My Many Years Expedience" Makes It Possible for Me to Render at market die from over-' growing vegetation Mexico, Central America and
also the
t EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE. heating and over-feeding.) covers soil and South America the West Indies,
thus prevents loss of soil fer- DANCING EACH EVENING
MODERATE PRICES Do not feed hogs on the morning erosion and ,other islands within the Car-
tility by during the win-
''
nD t.raV'. DeWITT C. JONES they are going to market, as ter. ibbean area, Alaska, Canada, and Till 12 O'Clock
l Starke Florida hogs with full stomachs become Newfoundland.
,
Farmers in the Southeast BEER ON TAP
-------l lr. over-heated may Postmasters will
very quickly and are please urge
--------- obtain cover seed
t +, poor travelers. their crop through upon their patrons the Importance CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOfl
A A A
county committees
in Remove all protruding nails, of using V-Mall for messages -
rl and have the EVERYBODY WELCOME
of
price the seed
planks,, and bolts from the trucks, to persons In the military
HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT deducted from their future AAA
wagons or cars in which hogs are service outside the United States
'It t payments. and of \i2, Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Are
'I\\ HOME? shipped to market. using the lightest possible
; Bed the floor of the wagon or Production of Austrian' winter stationery for other overseas cor- Operated By Mr. and Mrs\ R. F. Lightsey and

1'', ? PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR i truck with two Inches of sand and peas In 1942 Is estimated at 131.- respondence.The __ _.....4 -_,,_,_______

f STUDIO. WE WILL MAKE A- wet It down before loading hogs. 000.000 pounds, compared with foregoing instructions are .0-_.________,_,_____
Use chutes with cleats nailed 37Ooo.000.lbl. harvested in 1941. effective immediately."
$3.50 Oil Colored Portrait crosswise every six Inches for Estimated production 0 f hairy i We Do Superior Work-

d loading hogs Into trucks vetch this year will be 31,500,000 : THINKS VOTERS
or wag- DELIVER
CALL
FOR AND
OF YOU. ONLY ONE TO A PERSON
ons. Drive them carefully and pounds, compared to 27,400,000 I wish to express my gratitudeto

do not kick or beat them with a pounds harvested 1941. The the votersof the City of

1 : BON-ART STUDIOS stick or whip. Every time a hog seed supply from the Northwestwill Staike for their confidence expressed For Better Cleaning-

223 S. Walnut Street Starke Fla Is kicked, struck or punched a be supplemented b y seed In electing me to the -
bruised spot develops and reduces grown in the South and South City Council. I will do my best

his value. Never use a catch-dog west.The to merit this confidence and will TRY THE
to round them up. purity and germination work for the best Interest of the

OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 1'. M. Drive trucks loaded with bogs winter Prodacers who Intend to plant town and its citizens at all times.K. NEW ,METHOD CLEANERSMr.
carefully, starting slowly and cover crops this year G. Duncan.
LUNCHEON35c carefully, slowing down for should consult their county agri- '_ and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners

yJ .) t curves, and avoiding sudden cultural extension agents about To the\OTICK.Sheriff OF of Bradford KI.KCTIOT: County 315 Temple Your Patronage ,
stops. Careful driving will pre- proper methods of inoculating and ot the Htute of Florida: Avenue Appreciated

vent the animals from being piled planting the and for advice on selecting OKAY He It Secretary' Known. of That State I. of n. the A. ..___ .. T. ... ... ____
up bruised, and possibly killedIn proper variety of seed Slot of Florida' do hereby give

,,,t; ''M SHRIMP FISH, CHOPS. SIRLOIN STEAK transit. for soil their particular climate and notice OKNKRAt.that: a ELECTION:
"At this critical time" the extension types. will be held In Bradford
County
DEVILED CRAB CALFS LIVER-2 VEGETABLES State of Florida, n..i
on Tuexday
worker Bays, "we can't succeeding the firm From where I sit..
Monday In
NO
DRINK( OR DESSERT afford to lose hogs by careless Deeds Filed November A. n 1812, the said!

l7 We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town handling. The' crippled hog is Tue"diy Third, being, Day the of November
B.
V.
,. .. .. .- discounted' on the market, the Priest and wife Nannie For Representative. In Congress,
bruised hog's carcass Is trimmed I E. Priest, of Clay County, to the Stale ot Florida at large In

GUIDON GRILL and bruised portions discarded Jessie K. Morgan, Sept 12; the united l.v..nty.e'Chth States' Congress of .by Joe Marsh

r as unfit for food and the dead Bradford County deed No. 105, For Representative of the Second
I'ona-reiialonal .
1 Opposite Courthouse Jim Forrest Mgr. hog is sent to the tankage vats. State of Florida through the In- State of Florida District, In the of Seventy.the

t' .' hz- I'hone 90 Be careful with your bogs." ternal Improvement Fund, grantor State? Congress of he Vnltid
to W. P. Harden and A. For But t the
W. Three
u Justices of the around beer.
Supreme
Weisner, of Waldo Court of IN the square of a little Tillage not be palld
grantee, Sept of Florida to
Rnilro lot
Teachers Urge 12: For Two Commlii.lonere far from here I came on the prettiest th.y've !
of the State of leD

i I. I Return To Math.l.Ielvlft Bradford County Deed No. 106, For FfonrttM One*Member atlve. Florida.of_...# the,'. Iloune! of flower garden you ever saw EverybodY b re wlnllndUJII1 has .to
Florida n. blase of the
And
: through the trustee of Fl rlda. It was a lot of flowers all mixed to r
I \ B. Futch. B. H. S. fac-, the Internal Improvement ,Fund For Five County C'omml.'on..r' up.-hundreds of different kinds,I enBlble enough -

ulty member, spent the month of grantor, to Ruby A. Hayes! !grantee For Hoard Two of Member Public Instruction.of the County guess So I asked a passerby if be But whot'e:ut i

August at the University of Florida Sept. 12; For Constable in and for the fol- could tell me about it. ing .
A 7 Guy J, l win* Jamie. Districts vU .
studying ways of making, Harrell and Ira Mae ISO, 1. : "
rt mathematics and physics of Harrell. his wife to L. R. Waters In TwHtlmnny Whereof f. haveofnlhanMtMiexof "Well, he says, "In this town dente

greater value In the war effort. and J. K. Douglas, Brooker, Sept. h'W' :0 : m" : whenever and anybody has any plants seeds a flower left, The Bold brewersgarden In the 'It 4

all Teachers over Florida from leading attended schools the 12:Ethel M. Biggs, as adminls-, A.Florida.this:D.te 142 atr;Tallahassee, day of the September Capital I they scatter them over this plot" beer places the, and authoriddThen w thel'"bwith :\

.r TUESDAY WEDNESDAY TNURSDAT course and will carry the mes- tratrlx of the estate of Erie L. (WEAL) R. A. GRAY, he leans over and pulls out regulation program to

MONDAY sage home by urging high school Biggs, deceased, to Ezra Lennonand To Hon. A, O Andreuar'' of State a couple of weeds. "We all have to beer retailers cJIII

1 students in their communities to wife Elva Lennon Sept. 17; hurn Bradford County pull out the weeds too," he lees ups'as they 181.
dose
lip return to "those so-called hard Church of God warranty deed- lS-30 tells me.That way the village has J.d.\\II!
subjects which make !good sol- L. R. Starling J. T. KIrkland. Sr., to a flower garden to be proud of" From what 1

d e. 1 / M diers and skilled workers-math* and E. M. Beard, as trustees'of filed This my I.Final certify that I have .... out atatesad9 might'orkiflg
Accounting C e e
I 1 ematlcs and physical science." Church of ,,God at Starke to L. ot the estate. ot aa Rob-Adminletratrix a number of .

Moat of the teachers attendingthe ,R. Starling J. T. KIrkland Sr.,: dRY art F or Clark October and will on the lith That's about-as pretty an Ului- Jn'outintoothen.From
U42.
j You'll be helping everybody if you avoid course studied such vital sub- and E. M., Beard, as trustees of County Judge or Bradford apply County to the tratlon of co-operation as I ever where J lsitk

week-end trip whenever poe ible.That's jects as the theory of night Church of God at Starke constituting -1 Florida for l.ucina Final' UIN'harlf", come .ero s. But there'sxamples plenty of IlIIiCbl't
hr the time when travel facilities are moat weather and air navigation. Their the local board of trustees ',11 4t 10.2 M. Clark. AdnV:. e of co-operation and civic one: a.of'bow hont5t It.
crowded-the only time when amblele
?'; workers and men on furlough many can war go. I Instruction will prove valuable to of the Church of God, and"assigns I* COI'HT OK-f'OI'\jTY JPBi spirit these days. works out to the bed;
young men and women who plan and succennors in trust forever t-'OI'\jTY' .1.
PSii'SK-
: : a'rA'fM ot' one-the bree'nn' JI
We talking Just yesterday
UNION BUS STATIONing i to take up aviation later. Sept. 12; In were
; ofIttoet re K.tate of slid us
( about how the brewers and the beer era,
+ W TE. II'L.} AVENUE: PHONE 147 Nelson T. Green and wife. C. (I. Wiggins. 1I..e'.d' gardens nYePtd
:/ .rlieyedMrJefy 'ft. Winifred Green to A. H. Green ...11.m Notice It I. hereby given, to all distributors are working together our with the wer ,.
Lacy Conway may ( and with l law enforcement
+ Agent 0F and his wife, Fannie M. 13'th dRY nt Ortob..r concern that on the co-operating
h l Green A. D. '
al otoa .. Sept. 12; (<', Wiggins .h"l1 prevent UU hi. ,annuat M.- authorities. "I
accounts
4 W ?sith John J. McLeod (also known as the estate ot a.e. A.lmlnl"trator O. Wiggins. d..t. Yon'see a lot of friendship and !ct

J. J. McLeod) and wife, Smlthle ceased Perryman to, Judge the Honorable E. K. tins old customs have grown .P
666uaaawuta.Mws.ttos&.ion P. McLeod. to John B. Judge of Probate of said Court
( Dye and and ask for their
I,
I Susan Belle B. Dye, his wife dated.
V s'wim"r! *. Ar>. 142e
Sept 16. .
111'o.t ?'.. "., Admlnl.trto JD hl:, B raN!
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VERYBODY OUT "

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.IRST HOME GAME" '

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Viday, Sept. 25, 8 PM. 1 : ",r' r 1\..'fJI.' ..II..I\, ... '(... -

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1942 SCHEDULE .

BALDWIN HERE Home Games
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CT. 2 GREEN COVE SPRINGS HERE.'
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Cr. 9 LAKECITY THERE .
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CT.16 -I.. GAINESVILLE - HERE :e -
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CT. 23 ,, .' ALACHUA HERE .
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OV.6 ST.PAUL-Jax.( ) HERE '
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OV.2OJASPERHEREova 25 - LAKE BUTLER (Tent.) HERE. All


HIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSERED BY THE FOLLOWING TORNADO BOOSTERS
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; iJerry;s Schlitz I Old Milwaukee Beer \,' Kidd's Sinclair' Servicew

Foot Long Hot Dogs AW
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: Park Theatre II"t y '.:. Bradford Engineering'C o.
Sistrunk's Feed&Seed Store .. '. ,:"..'>: J. M. Edwards
Edwards Service Station .' : -
City Barber Shop ':',, ";" :, Starke Ice Company
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.. Canova Pharmacy > '-", '
Van H. Priest ...4; > '-: : ; ... Blanding Center Bowling AlleyOrganize
TfNi.; ,
Harold C. W I) '
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agency
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5c to $1 Store ;'-,1-":>": r....' '.. ,.'.: a/ . A Bowling League
The Guidon Grill .j' :(/'",>:;:.::.:r.. .." All Forms of Insurance 'i.'' KVV* ', ,
Lady Fair Beauty Salon r'if. : >,:,' CARPENTER'S
The Rexall I 1 Store
Starke Beauty Shoppe ':
.. Denmark Furniture Co. .:
"'/
Toro J Chevrolet I Co. : Florida &Ritz TheatresElectric
,
Florida Bank At Starke
[Leila's Dress'Shop &Beauty Salon! !. .' Member F. D. I. C. Across From Shoe Park Shop TheatreBarksdale's .

Tic Toe Tap r Eastern Auto I Supply I Store :

,.,j""../;..-,t'. ,:_: K. G. Duncan ",
Peterson's .If II. .
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Dairy <"/\Jf1.; ;:::;\ ;. Standard Oil Products Union Bus StationH .
.' :,; ,',,;,; .: .: For Information Phone 147Mickey's
.E.Tucker ". (,).'" .....-" S. R Johns & Son ,:
Sinclair Products. i ,, ,:..'v, .; ;.. : Cafeteria
: J. P. Roberts Motors I
Andrews Motor Company :! : Koch Drug Store
I Sam Rosenberg! & Son .' :

Paramount ,GrillStarkeBlanding A. HartmanMathews ;.,..",;"r a ,T._d,.' Established J.M.Alvarez 1894 ::

TailorsEd. I .,
Prince; Model Dairy Bradford Hardware Company

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ADMISSION: Adults 55c Students 30c ,Service Men 30c8.rTF i

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BxTADFOBD COUNTY TKUIOBArH. STAEI FLORIDA
PAGE KIOIIT

I In the name of Unknown II IV CIRCuIT COl'RT BRADFORD
and USwere
seek divorce. Bradford Heal at Starke Florida, this September COUNTY. uu.
plaintiff of aald FLORIDA IN .
thereon. assessment CHAN.I'lfiRY.
b Issued the
deed 10 :
CHCKCII DIRECTORY OF a tax embraces. the following certificate property T.
Maid J. ThomasAs certtcal.
A.
SERVICES: described property In the In next four weekly Issues. ( SEAL) In the name .. .; Louis C. Oobron Frank '
hand and official Clerk uf said Court. 9-4 4t 91J&NOTICH 116 was Plaintiff v". Att7 land'UI .
FIHHT. BAPTISTR County of Bradford mate of Flor- Witness my the assessment of said property LIllian F. Oobron. Defendant Case

.,. A. 10. '.1...'_'. Ps.... Ida. to.wlt: seal at Htarke 1942.OFFICIAL "Florida this "SeptemPer under said c.rUf"Rt. No. 117 was No. 2151. .
8M N. Wslsmt Street w. of NWVi itcO. 30 Twp. 7 S. 3rd.. J. ThomasAs OF' APPHCTIOV FOR In the Kng-le the ORDER OF PUBLICATION "I

(Churc School ':46 A. M. H. 22 K.! containing 40 Acres, more ( Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. 94t 9-25 TAX; I>KK1* assessment of said property under AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

MornlBK Worship 11:00: A. M. ur ("r.at. Bill !No. 1 said certificates No. 118 and 119 STATE OF FLOniUA to: Lillian
H. 1.. U. 7-OI P. M. "ThVadiiei.Hment of the nal.l property NO'JC1 M: 11BKKBY 1IVEN.. wore In the name of Unknown and F. Oobron, Number 16 Walker

Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. under. the said certificate1550a4I IV riBIC'IT ('OI'RT. BRADFORDrouvri I. Kunlce! holder of Tax the assessment of said property Street.: West Soinervllle, Mass

Wednesday Worship I:0: P. M.FlltST was In the name of Lii- FLOKIUAI. IN ('H\%- (.rUf"at. Numbered tinder said certificate No. 120 was You are to

known. certificate shall he ('I'JtYTouis: : :. eJdlr'th 119. 1". J r..paU..el': In the name of J. T. Munda.Unless October 6th.required, 194*. In the appear above on
unless ..aid Kent Oallov/av. Plaintiff vs. IZO 2nd, said shall be named Court and
: MKTTIOIUHTRev. redeemed according to law the Dorothy May Galloway, Defendant.Case temPer A. 11. 1940. ha. tied sameIn redeemed C..I.ttcarel 1 plaintiff seeks divorce.cause, Bradford wherein
will be
C. i.avrel I. ....... property: deacrlbed therein at thecourthouse NO. 2147. my office and has application properties described 1 :r..lna:1 be County Telegraph. shall publish this
;
.. sold to the highest bidder KDEK OF PUBLICATIONANH for Tax Deed to be Issued
IZO N. Ckarph ". first Mon. sold the highest Order l h, next four weekly Issues
Church Hrhool 10:00: A. M. door on the 942, NOTICE: TO APPEAR th..r.oll. Court-houso door on the first Monday Witness my hand and official

Sunday Worship 11:00_: A. M., day In the month of October.of October STATE OF FI.OHn'A to: Dor.nthy Said certificates respectively em- In the Month of October 1942, seal. at. Htarke. Florida this
YoungPeople: }::00 P. M. which U the tth day Mas (lalloway.: 337 North St.. rltlhn.. following described : which Is the 6th.. day of Uclubel'A. temher. 7th., 1942. I.p.

RvenlnaVomlilp 8:00 P. M. 1942.Dated of Seplem-' Lancaster Pennsylvania.You the County of Jtoot D. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas
14.
Wednesday Worship ((1:00: P. M.tilT. this 3rd day are required to appear on State of Florll.. lo-wlt ... .. 3rd., day of September As Clerk of said Court. 4t 10-2

her, 1942.i(49'l1'1Cl4t. A. Thomas October 6th.. 194Z In the above Lots a 1 A. D. 9.1
J S AD / named Court and rauae wherein. Twp. 22 M. jO 143.IOIt.It'ICIAL ) A. J. Thomas --
Bradford cont.lnln-
Clerk of Circuit Court of plaintiff. seeks dlv6rce. Bradford I t. I lens Bradford '
} MARK'M KPISCOPALev. 9-4 4t 9-Z5 acres, more or Clerk Circuit Court NOTtOIl
Fved y....... IlirtoPr. County Florida. County Telegraph shall publish this under Maid certificate No. 114. County. ,.. ,.2
:II" N. Ckor.-N Street (-' n'RT. HH. I)FOIIUfOI Order In next four weekly. Issues.Wltnias Lot 41 II Wondl..wr. 11 Twp. .Iorld.- t NOTICE! I IM hereby given to all

Church School' 10:00: A. M. iv nnrirr CHAIM- my hand .nd offlc'al! B B. It E. containing 10 acres whom It may concern that Flora
Sunday Worship: 11-00 A. M. '"%','y. FIMII I IM I. neal. at Starke. "Florida this September more. or less I is embraced under IV rlHCt'lT ('Of'n'r. BIIAHFORn
Uuardlan
McKlnney. an of
IN CHAN- Volley
( .:IIY.Harry 6th., 1942. salA certificate No. 115. COUNTY.' FLORIDA :
M.Ji'rld.y .
Sunday Hventna7:30: P.
Plaintiff vs.
Mvenlng7:20: P. M. White Mlm, Dttefl (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Lot In Woodlawn Sec. 11 Twp. tEllS. Molnney. Incompetent, will on the "NEW
Resale MrCullouRh Mima Clerk of said Court. 911 4t 10-2 : 1(1( acres.more N. June Broiawles. PJ.f.ttf. vs. ot
,+ Holy Daya 10.00: A. M. dent. ('ace; N.'. 2134.OltU1t 5 8. n 22 B. ,'mt..lnIIS embraced under It. Krolawlea, Def..ndant, October. A. .). 1942

: oP' I'PBLlf.ATTOool ANDNIITeE or less Is 116. JJdwart 3J37. apply to Judge B. K. Ferryman for SprOxfo
No.
TO Al'PKAnSTATI3 IV ".RT.T COl'RT. BRADFORD aid cerUlcnt. .. OI"DKK OF PUBLICATION AND Countr Judge of Bradford County
FIRST pnK""VTEn''N' OF FIXimnA. to: BemilaMcCulloudh COUNTY Fl.OlllUtl Itt CHAN- Lot I. "8' c. 1'01'1. NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida for authority to sell at

n... C..... M. A Urn. P..l.r MIme, He e v.. evllle.Uorchester CKIIVThelma 5 8, H K, containing under." STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ed. private sale, the entire Interest of
348! North Cherry .t. South Carolina. more or less In embraced said VOU..ylcKlnn.y.. Incompetent,
County Martin, Plaintiff vs. Woofs No. 117. ward I.,. Brolawles, whose residenceIs <<
Church School 10:00: A. M. You are required to appear on Ij. Martin, rendant. Case No. said Lot certificate 22 In Woodlawn 8eo. 11 Twp. Jlecelvlng Ship Uoat Island, in the following described realestate Get Out Tho
Hunday Worship 11:00 A. M. October Oth. 1942 In the above California. to-wltt
. Crusades. 6.00 P. M.Intermediate wherein 2143.ORDER 6 S. K. 23 K, containing10 acres, Man I'ralcl".o. Slippers
Henlor nanind Court and cause OF PUBLICATIONANI inure or less In und..I'aald rlllr..d to appear on NEt of IIWand NVj of SE% We'll M1
8:60 P. M. Bradford
Youth ,plaintiff seeks divorce. > NOTICE TO APPEAIl certificate No..mlru..d. October 5th., In the above Section 29. Township 6 South Do For

t KvenlnaT Worship 7:00: P. M. County Telegraph Bhall publish.. thlaOrd..r STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wool Lots 60 In Woodlawn H..c. named Court and cause, wherein Mange 21 East containing 120 Anoth

In next four weekly official l "ue" I,. Martin whose residence Is AIms, 11 Twp.6816 22 containing plaintiff seeks divorce and Maiden acres, more or less, also Lots 1,
Witness my hand and UoorKla. :; restored Bradford County and Block 10
30 acres: or embraced name ; Sampson City,
NT. F.I WARD'S) CATHOLIC neal at Ktarke. Florida, this August ; shall this OrderIn uonof
The
You are required to appear on under said c..rtlflcII" 119. Telegraph publish 4. Township 7 South, Electrj
Rev. TSJ..S. J. Ma..It. PaPt 29Ih.. 1942.(4)FI.'l(1A3. TI1oma" October 6th. 1942 In the above 48. Sec. next four weekly issues.Witness Range 21 ast. All of said lands
I'.pI. Aveame' SEAL) A. J. I.ot.
9-26 named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Twp. 6 S, 11 22 K, containing 20 my hand and official lying and b..lnl in Bradford.
Early Mass tOO.: Hervlres A. M. A* Clerk of said Court. 9-4 4t seeks divorce. Bradford 1.'.... moru or less IM ernhracedunder seal at Starke, Florida this Heptember County, Sho

111..1. County Telegraph shall publish this I said certificate No. 120. 2nd., 1942. Which said I c bs
Mann ':00 A. M. nom. I
Runday IN 'IIUT'r COl'RT. BH \nFOIinr Order In next four weekly Issues. The assessment of the said property OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas based upon Petition .. In OPPhe
M.ao'PI. .
Week Day Man-:00 A. ....."... %-... -nri.flkllllBA_, .m I 1% CIIA.N* Witness my hand and official under ..10 certificates No. 114 Aa Clerk of said Court. 9-4 t 8-2 said Court. ThlaIept.mb..r 10.

4liItY.


$4 Mr. ..(
Munday "hervlc 7:30: P. M. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ANn

. Friday Service 7:80 P. M._ NOTICE 'I'll APPEAR

riRCrlT COURT BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy WTTBRKAS. The tegtslatiire of IMI for the Investment of linking funds or bnatt owned or used for ruch I rued ta orle Secretary of State, the territory sTntmpfd hi

k IN('.tIJT1 .....(UUU"1 IM tII.t N. L'. n.t'.t.: whose address U Un- Bode> the Constitution of 1883. ol she said Bard may urn the sinking funds pup tne State ot Honda. shall June 12 191. said 82 Election P.'n'u.'
State ol Florida. did puss 9 Join said bonds ot any countyor t a Commission 10 be to Inel....
r Alex(:I'ny.XI..ln. Plaint Iff. vu.w llaael You are required to appear on I Resolutions oropoalng amendments to special fo road and bridge district or known a Qame and Fresh WaterFinn A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan and except such piru "| sLI

Klein Defendant. ('ase No. 2145. October 6th., 194.1, In the above the Constitution o the State ol PlOr other unit bereunder. to ourcbase thematured CmmlloD Sue Commission amendment to Article 1. Section 3 cincta numbered 51 .

OKOEK OF PUHLJOATIONi named Court and cause, wher.lnplAintiff Ida. and the were agreed 1 o' or maturing bond participating 'h"l 0 m.mbe. one of the Constitution of the State otForida east 0 the ,UWn Stf

AND' NOTICE<< seeks divorce. Bradford I vote of tbree-tlftbs of all the mem Herein of any Gunt" mother I.m each onloD' dl.ICC Rlat.. to Census and Ap Bay.

Ip BTATK OK .. 'ftO.proIifAI'1UAllnk : County Telegraph shall publish this ben elected to 0 bouse that Slip soeclal road and bridge districtcr ..I.tlol on J.nua. 191. loDmnt. Amending Section 3. Another of the mit t

Number 16 Holly St.. Brook Order In next four: weekly official issues rotes on said Resolutions wereelitered other specIal taxing district there e. Do..emO.subjectto of Atici. e aa to Designate DI.trle. shall commit ,

Li lyn. County Now York.. : Witness my .hnnd and this Au- upon their respective Journals.With of. p.oYde that as to said matured confirmation the Senate The Broward .a Senatorial Dis. &on l 1st .J
ft. You are required to appear on seal at Mtarke.: Florida the yeas and nays thereon. aDd< bnd. .Iu. thereof. .an Invest members so appointed shall) annually tries and designate Calhoun County: 1941. .mbrace In V .

October 51 h., 1942 In the above gust 2Xth. 1943.OFFlCfAE.EAL.. A..1. Thom did determine and direct that once paid tba.eto. select one of their m..mb.Chairman and Dull County .a Senatorial Dlstrlct. trtct "Cm,

p 15 namiMl Court and cause, wh" .rx.. .) 1U 9-25 said Joint Resolutions b mb which shall not exceed the par of the of the Minima atmuwloners the I

fri II! plaintiff seeks. divorce and rewrnratlon As Clerk of said Court. mlt I the electors of tbe Stt. .t plus accrued Interest, and that said X The fin members ot the Commission BB IT RESOLVED BT THB LBOI8LATUBB of said Coup.a

4 of Maiden Name. Bradford O..Dera. Election la No".mb Investment shall bear interest at the shall b* appointed on January OF THE ?7LORIDA: et eeq.. except thi

County Telea-raph shall publish thin I\ .11IT'r 4t HT, BRAI FOI If > 1941. rat* of three (3) per cent PM annum 1. 1943 and shall serve respectivelyfor That the eTAT .. to In the aforesaid tttmS i m

', Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness 01 \TY. F1.0IIIUAI. l> CHAN NOW. THBHBFORB. L A ORAT (e). T. said Bad shall annually _.. two. te. four and five Section 3 of Article 1 01 the Con number 24 and 19. ml

I my hand ami official (:IIIIY. Secretary of State R tate use .Id rDd cnt. ac : years. At the ot each of stitutloa of the State of Florida rela Jeton 10' numbsTil

y Heal at Hlarke. Florida this September nan.C. Shelly Plaintiff vs. Mary Florida hereby o notice that c eODs tr" Bay current orlnclpa I such terms a successor shall l appointed tl". t oDan and .pprloDmea 0 the western that St
" i/ 4th.. 1H42.OFFICIAL K. Hhelly. Defendant. Cane No. 2138. -d maturing. If any. C serve fo a term five : Bay I*

( SEAL.) A. J. Thomas.A OKUISK O ,' PUBLICATION AND GENERAL ELECTION bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax ,..an thirty-ninth (39)) Senatorial D..e..I0.. Th* County
Clerk of said Court.: 9-11 4t 102NOTim NOTICR TO APPEAR anticipation certificates of such county Quit Omm
sent be held ta each county 3. The members of the Commission and Calhoun County: and : shall b* elected In
\ SPATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Tuesday nest succeeding I Pod. or .pl& road and bridge district shall receive no compensation for their .the lo.t.U) 140) Snae..1 District general election In D.C
'.( OF APPLICATIONFUR : K. 1-1 h..lIy. whose residence la Un on Monday November. 1943. the 0 .r special tauntdistrIct services as such but each Commissioner and I* to. tIcs for the 1".

...... TAX I>KKI> known. Tuesday In being the A D tb.re .fDd to establish : shall receive his necessary : and .bal e.* submitted to the electorsof which they .bm tat m]
Net. 3NOT1CU
(" Bill 1" ) You are required to appear on .0 a fnr "coo' t mel elmS or other expense Incurred of for ratificationor and their
hIr lod. ofllsj
IS HEKKBY: UIVF.N October 6th.. 1942. In the abovenamed DAT OF NOVEMBER future .eqUlrm..Dt 0.Id an engaged In the discharge of his 8tt at Election to be affected",m o i
That I. M. Bullnrd holder uf TatertIfIcate Court and cause wherein TaD gasoline but such shall not be beld on the first Tuesday after the saga
thereafter
tl .0tcIP.CnD then
nCIA duU. thtll
No. 148, Issued the 2nd Bradford for the ratification or rejection of the t |
plaintiff seeks dlvorre. certificates where I
turn MOO 00 la first In November. 1943.
any one Monday the Districts I
flay of Heptember A. l>. 1940. has County Telegraph Hhall publish this said Joint Resolutions pro post I n r filed HBme In my office and has Order In next four weekly Issues. amendments the Constitution will not scheduled puluanc of. thu
equal
made application for a tax deedto Witness my hand and official the State t via: 0 thereon: and third any ..meDt 4. Among the powers granted t the Section 3. The Legislature that aba Commllooo vho u
0 Porld. rm"lnln. bll..nc. Commission by this Section be meet In regular session A- D. 1923 In his she
Halt
be Issued thereon. certificate seal at Hlarke, Florida, this September A JOINT out of the two abal !j
embrace the following desrlbed .I Zn
._ ,' property In the County of OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Constitution of the State I Florid the vest be by said open and clO.ean. on a .tt.. thereafter. shall apportion the repretentatlon Every Count Cams

; Bradford mate. of Klorldit tra-wlt: As Clerk of said Court. 8U 9-25 Relating ta Taxation and b, board as follows: rmite %) neT wIde o loa .It In the eeDat and shall Dade County who mill t b>
Pnec. find be and for ( Dlatrlcta. the general election In
Loin 19. 20, 29. 80 In Woodlawn. Adding Thereto an cent to the State Road Department for t apprprlat. rKI.. provIde forty I as
/oI"c'lon 16 Township 1Houth, I 'Sin the mlnn.. of $. District to B* nearly: after shall boil office lor t]
Board of the construction nf
4flF0fl1)CI'I'Y. State .ue
BR Creating a or
IX Clliri IT ('Ot'IiT. AmIDI. r.c.trctoo four
storing and birds. yean rcompensation
Ranee 22 Ea.t. containing 40 Acree. using equal aa
: FLUIIIIttt IM tItANIJEIIY. tratlon; Prescribing Its < State Roads and brld. the trnlptng. animals Dpul.tOD patc.bl. T. .
less. fresh water but be
more or Duties, and Providing for the use oProceeds county or the or purchase pme no Cunt Ib ,
to
The assessment of the anld reptiles and The making and shall b bt I
property ampblblan apportionment. m.lone. H *
Oracle A. (Carroll Plaintiff vs.. Elmer of Two Cents per Oalon 0 of bridges cnnectD. State highwayswithin Commission shall bv I
under the paid certificate Issued powerto each shall have one : in
Case No. the Oasollne or Other Motor the twenty. 20%) e. Dlatlc. S.Dat. .
wan In the name of (4. C13arnes J, Carroll Defendant. and Retirement COUlt. of Com acquire by purchase gift property Broward OOlnt.. For. Approved t>j Uu Oomta J
2139 fo.(11) the Payment per cent to the Board County
J041.
useful
convenient
Unless\ laid certificate shall b.r..de..rn..d ORDER OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTIC'E3 All Outstanding Bond Road Issued and B' mlMlnDe.. of such county fo us. on fO the necesury.use of the Commission or In theexercise Ida.bal S..n.trlal constitute District the and- Cal Filed tn office Stctr di I
bridges .
APPEAR County Special
according to law the TO Any: o tb..rln.fd' hereunder. Coun 1941.
and
powers
Elmer First of o lt hon Ount Pord. Oul 2
properly Commission
residence Is Un July. A. D 1931. Road and BrldgPurposes S appoint Porlda. lut.
bidder thecourthouse J. Carroll whose make and enforce all rulesand T. .bal
voId to the highest at and at
t :
'
of. and .
for Public re Sn.t.la Dlt.I" A ,,
door on the first Mon known. and (2| Hlghwa necessary to the full the ahal JOINT RESOHJTIOH
"II"ton. move a suitable sam
Director.and
person as
You required to appear on Purposes. an Amendment to Seaioa I i
are e. > hereby
day In the month of October 142. pow
In
also the
representation
..ntO such apportion
Director
which I III the 6th, day of October October 6th, 1942, In the abovnamel BB IT RESOLVED BT TUB LEOI9LATURB and no legislation shall! be ,. t powers and duties as .lIal be hate such the of and X of the Constitution 4 rr
ber. 1942. Cuurt and cause wherein or FLORIDA: render this amendment of full prescribed shall BoW. Rnr..nt.t". :sting t Homnutt tat I Iso

Dated thin 3rd., day ot September plaintiff Reeks divorce. Bradford That the folow TH STAT&OP t and operating effect from and after by Its: the duties Commission under this tn pursuac. o to each of three the five Rnr.ntatl"' as tl Permit the WiiaIncome
County Telegraph shall publish this .. January Secton ppulou. from acm ti
1042.ltPFICIAT.. Article IX Constitution 01 1st. 1943 The Leslstaturehall and two sny
counties (2
Order In next four weekly Issues. Dlr..ctr shall subject t appr.1 ) Ro.en.tl.. Due to Penal tbs tutu,
BRAD, A. J. Thornan State of Florida relating to Taxationand continue the .1.of said taxes each of the next any
Clerk of "lr..ICourt of Bradford Witness my hand. and official. PDanc. by adding thereto an ad. during the If. of '.. Amendmentsnd salaries CommlMloD. appolns t populous and el"bt..n mor- ill as Provided, Tnrrtin. SSubject l
seal at ntarke .Florida this September Sec shall Plear. remove. countl. Rpr."en.t.tl" of OarnlinnuM Hf
County, Florida. 9-4 4t 9-24 to be known enact any law "ln. and other to of the -
"Snd.. I94J. : lIon 16 said a the effect of the .I"'ta. employees who .I..h .. rmelnlol tent of not more thin il%
Arlcl. creatlDI pro..d"nf ties of th
1\0"1101 OF. APPMCATIUVTA OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, State Board of I. .- said' two w'thdr..lnl said taxes such powers and dut. as at urnapportionment the Courts of thu Butt i i
... \s Clerk of said Court. 9tt 9-25 from may be aastfmed to them by Should the Ll..leur.fan Provided bv Uw Uu F
the
'F < u.r.u scribing Its and and ooeratton of this amendment .. lo
dutle. .
mission the
pwe. or Director No Commissioner apportion
Kenatv l' of Board shall .. tl. t Obligations Annul M1 I IImplied
( Illll Ni. :1)NOT"'I providing for pay any
IS HKKKIIYOIVKN, That IVH('I IT .etti n'". BRtllFOIII) of two cents per gallon UI of the prc..ed ... ...T.d other enen"ea .fundln. shall eligible for any suchapnnlntment the e.nat. and In the House of Representativs. Contract SubieOst''
("01'1'-'' .. ..0111..AI I>P CHA.1" \- : .n. or employment. any regular session of
AmaSi
11. J. Turner holder of Tax Certificate or other motor fuel tax for (111) thpayment I ices rendered "Prltral. for or which B The the Adoption of thu
(' *H V funds resulting from theepeFatIt.I9 Lea-imiture at any of the time.hm.i *
No. 17. Issued Uie. 2nd day of andrytlretneal of all outstanding re nroperlv tbe account Further Providing bncplw
1).- 1942.hnM filedsame Ruth FrledeU.<< : llalntlff Vs. Earl bonds, Isirued by any countyor of coy county funds distributedo of the Commission and from rls1abated. shall be the dutyof I In of Incoms .
Ca.
In.rml'of anti hat madeapplication J. FrludvlU Defendant Case No special road and bridge district ."ch nountv tom general .xn..na. the administration of the laws and the Legislature nr L.I.lat"r. regulation such theV.eglsletue.
for a tax deed to be 213*. prior to the First Day of July. A. D "f the Board for services all fur "nalDlnl to birds. l.m. regular a to Necessities I Lift 5Defined P
r.nd..re bearing fresh either In Special Resru-
tP' PITBLICATIONANO water
iMMUttd thereon. Hiitd certificateembraces ORDER 1931 for mad and bridge purposesand the counties alike anal b. 1 f.h. oy the .I.t LBB
APPEAR reptiles sad amohlblana. together lar session to apportion the representation -
NOTICE TO ,
the following describedKroperty for (2k public highway purposes xmong them and oald nut of said'
In the County of Brad- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Earl Is hereby agreed to and shall be sub funr. on the same "...1" said tnx pro. any for other funds .p..cltcan.. provided In the Senate. and. In the LATPRE IT OP THB DTATIOrnl
:: J. whose rexldence Is such purpose the Rouse' of ... as hereinnrovldm.d
Frldell.
ot Florida to-wlt; mltted to the electors of the State o. are distributed among the severe consttut R..pr..ntel. That the followltn simndosil'
SHI/4 of 8VVV, H.-o. 12 Twp.' fl 1'1.1' Ueora-la Aero-Tech. .IUal" Klch- Florida for ratification or rejection .t counties: provided of Stat dime Fund. and Te regular Federal ArtIcle X ol ". 14 T

It. 20 !1., containing 40 Acres, moreor mend County Oeorgla.You on the next Oeneral Election t b beldla ilcl expenses. hall be me lenit.The are required to appear 1942. .euI.'r Session. of the carrying out tb. pr"llon .h"l taken nearest alit < 1
October 6th., 1942 In the above a 1010w.1"Stoo .I.I..t"r. h..ref and no other any of Representative sny wage
afuuvinment of the said prop. nd the t.eei.Is'ure l limit the expenses to pur". app"rlonm..nt wnostla*"
erty under the Hald certificate lit- named Court and cause wherein U (a.. That beginning of the Board.a. Commission' may not Itself 'n In the House nfoeoresentattves. due any person "

.."...1 was In the nani*.. of J. O. plaintiff seeks divorce and Il.- 1943. and for fifty CMI beyond the current resources of :h. shall control In mating family as povld'tt.
Turner et al Moratlon. of Maiden Name. Brad. ,eaa thereafter the proceeds of A npl"O by the a"emO. May 13 State Orme Fund unless snerlflcallyso such snoorttonment. In the event tot of 23" th.r.1.

irnleM auld certificate shall be ford County T..lftKI''llh hall pub (2cl cents per gallon of the total tax 194 authorized\ by the L"I.I.tur.. the 1..I"t"' | shall fall to resnnnr- II he.b. ..d 1 imltted o.1

redeemed accordlrtrc I.. law the llsh this Order In next tour weekly levied by the State law upon gasolineand F11.. In office Set, D St.te Mav ,. The Legislature ma. any I ton the representation. In the Letrts. to the .1"101 a"

properly described. therein will be Issues. other like products of petroleum 13 194 leA mrs In aid of. but not Inconsistent i t.tur as renutrerl 'jy this amendmenthe the General EI.cIO. "
old to the highest bidder at the Witness my hand and! official now known aa the Second 0. with. the provisions of this amendment Governor. shall (within thirty days live in 1943 llection
seal Htarke.' Florida tills September and upon other fuels used to and all : thAt Is nf t.
courthouse door on the first Monday at propl JOINT RESOLUTION e..tnl laws Inconsistent after the adjournment of the reeiilaresslnp 1 >?
In the month of (October 1842 1st., 1942. motor ".bICI. shall a Proposing herewith longer. remain. ) pall the Legislature _. of Article X De tnfjAJ I
which I. the &lh day of October, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs placed monthly :"'State Roads an the Amendment to the Constitution 01 In force end effect All laws. fixing *" extraordinary session to ".tl. tb..r..t. the followmn S
I 942. Clerk of said Court. 9-4 4t I-2S Distribution ndl.Dlt State Treasury 8tat ot Florida to be known pn.lt.for the violation of the pro he question of reannortlnnment Section 1.1. Tfcrt "I
of
t>at"d Uil. 3rd clay of September and IDI three ((3) equal Amendment Article XVII. Relating t this amendment and all laws such extraordinary session of the Le
U42. IN CIRCl'IT COt'RT. BRAUFORU p..t which be distributed ImPlnl license taiten. shall en- Is hereby. mandatorllv renutrert whatsoever dm and Nat
(FFICIAr> SKAT.) A. 3. Thomas (OIIMTY.' '' FLOIIII' I* CHANRoHlyn : among the .ra Dunt. BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGIS the 1.latu. l. time .o reannortlon the representation a. com due and ovlol af.
-lerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I ('ItJ I'" .follows: LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA to time. eoulred by this awenrtmenr p.fn'. who la the besEt of It '

County. Florida. ,.. 4t 9-25 TIassel Marchesl, Plaintiff One part according t area one part That the lolowlnl. Amendment to >proved by the : May 8. adlrwmment (..* .neh e.trsrtrrl1. t in this State, .hol I
b Oov..ror
Defendant. known
vs. Htephen Marches) according to population and one par .Saton S of Atlcl. XVI ears aeon'nn i'afl.4 foe rennnortlonent arnlshment tl b'

OTICW, OF APPI.IC' "TIO! Case No. 2141.OnnEn according 1 ,b countIes contributions of the pr.en. Contltutlon' 1941.Plied In office Bwjtt May: _".1 tnt.he "mite to *.nlre st State as mar M .
I .
FOR T4.X I)KKIfHeaatv OF PUBLICATIONAN1 to Ct of State road con.struatlan the same be.b, screed to shall b* 9 1941. 0 Stw he e.. of -t. de" or at *il. u"rt the extent of not .
Hill No. l 3NOTUMfl ) ) NOTI<"H TO APPEAR In ratio of distribution submitted to electors of the State Mftvm- tr| >Tim1t IS effe+.". S" stlsl'"onstrler such salary *sthe ."
IS IIKHKHY: GIVEN. STATH OF FLORIDA to: StephenMarcheai. as orovlded la Chapter 15030. Laws ofFlortds. at the general. election of R..pr".nta.. nn "".'inss than. such payment of That Lester Kite I J. whose residence Is tin tives b* held tn the A. D. 1942 A Olbl
and II".u..d Acts of 1931. and for the purpose C .. .r ROL'OI Proposing eannceS4a..n.. by express or implied
holder of Tax Certificate No. $, Hart Street Brooklyn New York. *) of the to-wlt I.n Five of the to tHamendment .<
Arl"l. p
1 "
sequent
the 2nd., day of BeptmmberA. You are required to appear on the ap-I..nmen.. ba o Section I If at any regular or sp*. Constitution ol By Addln "r"e by the Oovernor. June T. Ittd.

I). 1B40.<< han filed name In my October 6th.. 1942 In the above cost ounte construction fo the I'o extra session, the Legislature Thereto an xldltlnnal Section 1941.Piled the Lcvlalstur .hll .
ReiaS
office and han made nalned Court and cause wherein r b ng to the office of State
application for amount of e. eODerlbuton established of three-fourths 01 all memo election 0 Crcui < 11 o Ser.t right of varnllbm.nl :
b* the In '""1lundtn. bers elected to each House shall determine B. IT RK80LVTO LKO1SL.ATURB lun ,1941. vided where. the I
_
-_- __-_-___ ____ .- W -
: ---- :-- punusnt. ild-'Ciaapc.-IMsIC sbal that an OP etreot
emergency requiring T STATE OF FLORIDA per week 1 "
be taken and deemed conclusive la an early dromon Be the electors of the Mal Article the Constitution A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing may from tilts 1\

computing the monthly: amount distributable State exists an amendment 1 this State of Florid be amended o an to Article of th. by. hid .,.leW",
Prompt Service Careful Drivers according' to said contribu Constitution dealing with the Sbje iddlng thereto an additional Section Am"ntmW. the State Vt Florida. b' \ (1.Aoploved
ConttuCo
tions. Such funds eo distributed shall matter of such emergency may pro Be Section 48 of
'
InoW said and
He administered b* the State Board ol posed and U the proposed Amendment \rtlcl* ''elnl.to the election ot Clr- R..latlnl t CWt "UDlclPa 1941Flle' In office 3ectl I

Administration .. Hereinafter pro- be to By a three-fourth votj and the ferm..Dt.
al. rt JUdl" I* hereby 1941.
of b. .m. IT BT THE LEGISLATURE
Tided.bl. members elected to each shall be submitted to J AC 1. _

Starke Taxi Service ( The Governor as Chairman the their House the same shall be entered. upon the electors' o the State ot Florida That the OJ TI 8TATOrrORA!
State Treasure respective Jom.1 the ro rejection folowlnl A JOINT RLt01
and
the State Comptroller and nays .. .te. at r"t..a"oo! at th. tide Vin Constitution of the
nail constitute a DOtS* corporate jjeneral Becton t b* on the the Amendment
tarn session the Legislature 1..ld State ot Florida relating to County
known as Uiestate ..1 provide Ill Ted. ae the Monday tide XVI of the =d"
oeIoOAd'ln for a special election and Municipal Government B* I
Board 'n, wnicb. Board 1 l beld No"emb. follow t 1
:
not less than ninety. numbered Section 11 of said Atlcl. Ida RI.t" CIII' ) C
Phone 150 nail succeed to all the power control no e.D Section
and one hundred eighty days after 4. Clrl. judge shall v: B* and the sam Is b..rb.. Crl.tlne.
authority ol the .
statutory ereattei
ot Said Board BOa journment and for publication of .iecto b .1ftd By the qualified shall be submitted to .lectors Con. Ll"

ba.AdmDItrtOI. to such .... .bal notice thereof at which special election o respective Judicial.nluiii"Vil.lict'0l of the State for ratification or EdUC.tOn'I .
the proposed Amendment Irt Other Stt and rejection at the next general election C.ltabl. P''PT
may be conferred upon It OT law ball b* are Count !
Day Night management control and supervisionof submitted to the electors ot the State .Iet 10 b beld I November 1942. to.I: OP Tli

the proceeds ot saId two lie centsof for approval or rejection; ornvided of Crcl Judges Section! The Count: Commissioners LATURE L hilt thamendiflefli
said tsxes and all moneys and that If a general election of Represen b ? a Election! of Dade who shall b Section tO 9.ettflI 1
In Count
_J___ p--s-p---- a-a-__ -_---_p----- p assets hIp the effective .tb.. ttl..Amendment is to occur within said period t t".the office on the tint elected at the In XVI nf the Cnntlt0hlof I
Ibis amendment .I.U JeUm.2 Monday shall Immediately the bee-inning tOpropertl c
are applicable
or may Nbmlte
t at.
Become applicaole to the bonds the t th. electors at .D.ra aa. I.n.. I94B. for a term of six of their. terms orlc.. redIstrict Florida ot"I.tl.t "

several counties ol this 8ta. 0 any ton term. all such offices Dade County into : Com cr"'I"' '

special road and oridse dltrle o If a majority ot the electors voting I severally exist at the time 55 missioners' DI..clct t be numberedby exemPtinfl. eduicatlfl' ul
other special tailni o upon the proposed Amendment shall fop"00 of this Amendment 0 : the said from one nlclpalor

SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! lamed prior to July I., 1931. (Cer. adopt the Amendment the same shall a hereby .. .bal trminate to five respectively. and d..ln.at the ebrt.bl. ..

and Orldite purposes. The.word become a oars of this Constitution first on the first Tuesday afJi I" boundaries of such .ucbmanner to ...

-Bond as used Herein shall include This Amendment shall not b held Monday, In Janu. III.Appr.e a* to Include within the respective be lubml"d' o
-.t. esrrants .t. ntne* ntnerude ** in envwto* .ff.f.t b, U I 2. District territory follows- State Pn.n.. .
"n. | .
AND ECONOMICAL! of indebtedness issued roao.and listing provision of Sue OttCO 1041.lled One of the said Ool.ID. Districts rejection. I 2' tl't
held .
., brides purposes by any county or relating to Amendments lc 0 Secret.0 St' ..Icr b. 11 i. .
.b.1 43 .hal
l .
special road and bridle I district or regarded aa an .ddlll.na m.tbo 1' 1041. whlcb .on oD day Aol. .Id !MlnD) 01 ,

other special satIns dl.cle. outstanding Amendment th. 1941. embraced within Election the Coo.tltut" wfollows .

RIDE THE BUSSES on July 1*.111 a" re- *PP ro.d t. ,Governor May .n" JOINT RESOLtmOrl Proposing I cinct numbered 24 t 32. Inclusive.and da[ be: aeod.
vvm. Amendment also Precincts
Sid -- to Article Sixteen of such pert Election
shall have the Statutory ..Bi Iie' I OffIce 8tx State. May ft the Constitution of by M numbered 10. 50. M and 61 aaI "Section 18 Tf; "
0 0 ding
Courteous, Correct Information Board ot County Commlsslonr I9L IfnTIh.'i' r' Bond Trustees and of any other lD .P.rmlt Bay. all resolution wnnrafonhlo
Authority of special road and A JOINT RESOLUTION Lilatu' P..en of the a.tabU.he bY. or bares .
Given You At Dd. Proposing RUle ad r..1
dillcot. and other special t.lne 0. an Amendment to Article IV of the latIn' 1 .RgulatlOn Salt of maid Count Cnt.. Cmml.lone.to..m' suila nl Po'l "

te. tbeef with 1 Constitution the of Water P aDd Salt Watsi 0 KTO, designated as No should .
bDd.. *xcept that the Dower levy Relative 0 Stt. Pod a Puey 1077?
UNION BUS STATION t t* I o 0.1b n 1..ft.Inunl'.
taxe* t* expressly shall
.bb..ld by Adding thereto Additional Sec B. iT Another th* sail District le' "
from said o.nl end shall lion to Create a 8 Came and Fresh LATURI or Tea B T 1r comprise o tnlad only the b and U? !
one.frnlrthtt"
all papers docuDnt and records Water Plan Commission. Thai Arucie $ .STAT PRIDA' t.rt. let day I. 0uiclN1eesr'v. : ,

cncernlnl .m. Sid u, SOLn, SOLVD BT TUB LEOISLA JUtlOD Of the State Of CODC '841.. embraced In Commissioners' .1

tim the power 'Im t'' TURK OF TK 8TATOr FLORIDA: .m.nd" I' adln. .D b D.ce No .4) Ad Commls- tllfe .?' d
to
issue .tuldlnl bd c Tai the folo"nl .. 10 lon.eton e.rel lonera* No S. dflb. tn l
ture within t l bOW Section ?' .
year Book
Arici. IV of the 3 0 "V of the Minutes m.nl'.h.1 pcd i '
prio for an* of aid outstanding Stt. of Florida OODtttO ExecuDepartment Alcl. autborl.ln the Commissioners said County: alP nf tl.n. .1 .
"WHY GO FISHING ? thereon ri. L..tu.t power ot t a .
o Ir. and to .. adding thereto e. m. 19 at _< .I thenproved" "IIona
our 0.
pledg of a rll.tln o 9'
C.m anticipated .ddltnn.1 Section to B* known OOnseryLiOn of r.l.tD. t .of the said Cmm.lo.
".IP1 such gasoline or other of Mid salt .tar wa. Blstrieu
Article IV. Oroducts 1941.
creating In
.
GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh to B* distributed to such a Osme and Fresh Fish mll. be and the o con,- which w 'al cop. day April Piled Ill of tIcs
W.te .
same
Oo. Is e. o
cunt. nereln provided bet not mission b* and the same I* hereby I ad shall he hereby: 1941. D' June 11. IM.
at submitted .mbrce Comml.lon.
a greater nt nf interest than said agTeed and shall b the .Iecto.a to "? !
Submitted
Water and Salt Water Fish i bnd. now .. : and to sell tile t to for the State of tel "ot. ;
Shrimp. etc. "u. o Eo.to of she State of Florida ratifIcation rejectIon Porda. minutes of the County Commissioners Ta ompdl
I on Behalf of an count for ,. or rejection General Election o of said Crmnty. st 194 .. sthereof.
l pale
at the b. Pr"el.tn
e Fresh Meats Live and Dressed Poultr.y said unit fO the sols' purpose of rtrnl General election to D f.ld on the first Tuesisy alter the first held Sionda on the Pt w and also all, the territory which I
td issued By such first Tuesday after In NOTenber. Ml.: f
eu.I. Monday 5943 on the first day :
tnl followi .
and bridle : 0 Apil ilatinna
Fruits and ref
VegetablesNEWSOME'S Pd or In November .ndfn
a Election num
'
SeCtion ,
emb..a Isthe
other special taxing district thereof 19 fol. The h sided b"
3
"""IT.'J.110' other **. .. leeeln' ? <* after *" vest I BOftrd ..I.tu. may "re 8 lehul.. .'.tt StatS 3
fuo .nlelpUm .r the management now o CmmllD. b* "" !
o. thai ;;"I No
MARKET certtl.l. 'Dbre conservation and .c by ca'. m 101; &o U '
authority c.at
m. Ihal three 191 an LII. latln O 1 and .
fur
Bum such denomination D .lrrtt Iem. bearing and Another III* MId shall and :.
ma.t"rJ t.Uo f D.t1
J"d fr.b of the State "ICO regard S"
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M Neb time "| run fb 1 ep. t. territory oa the
.
Method Cleaners On 'thln.h Pod and the "ullloD atabiuh-' in. apple.ton relating" of ,.llcb. tl p
Next Door To New Temple Ave. period a* may .. April. .moe
and fish l..blra"
cetermln la addition to sxersulna"tb lee CDIL (, .m.n. a salt ...t DrOducte.191provs4 in Oommlaalonerw District. O.
.
powers BOW by *latut* tattoos ..eeur rfu I U Jan described ta Bonk .of the Minutes _
p"l a&ou Drop rty oam Q'a. U of the CountT'ComraktslonOT* of said r

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'!1E\U1tft; 23.i912: nR"nl"ORO rorxrv TTOLKORAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA PXOH' NINtimy ''t


i I ri VANDERBILT

By lUIHa Velnia Norman

SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL' A St'CCKSS:

.3 .,q,; ; The revival meeting held atWater Kathleen Norris Says :

Oak Baptist Church last

Li PARENTHOOD week by the Rev. Bowen of George -

was a great success. It ended \We Must% All! Be llol'cullllul! Undaunted
4 4n t (,iha# t4P4S Sunday with a most unusual sermon -
"Out of the .
Bible. He Hell S'nclleet.-WNU ...tur...
preached from a song book the
text being "Old Time Religion."
$ KB*. CATHQuKZ CONRAD EDWAV
r After services
everyone enjoyeda

Aesodet. ZdHot. 9awls Movosla very delicious dinner served

outdoors on a table. .

A FAMILIAR: PROBLEMOne After dinner the program was I Ij : -
turned over to singers most of

of the tasks children com- tures scouting and camp fire meetings them coming from Jacksonville c
plain about most frequently is look all perfectly legitimate directed by T. N, Norman of
ing after younger brothers and sisters amusements but they often makeIt Hellbronn Springs. Special num-

particularly when the latter a real hardship to have to look bers were sung; by various soloist!
have to be taken along on excur- after a younger brother or sister.So and quartets At four In the A
elons with their friends. here's
own my suggestion-why
4 There are three sides to this problem not limit the,after-school nursemaid afternoon the congregation left 4 ?lI c, /
: that of the mother who is en- jobs you give your ql-ler daughterto the church house and gatheredat -\ ,. %SS
titled to some time to herself since two. or at the moat three after- Water Oak Branch for bap- aerCk /
spending a whole day with a small noons a week. The other days let tism of the six converts of the
child Is often considerably wearing: her be free for her own activities. meeting. They were : Margie t) '-.4
that of the older child who after be- Then as her share of the compromise Roberts, Donald Alvarez, Nelson
ing In school most of the day needsa make those free days the and Lily Mae Altman Rudolf and
few hours for unhampered play ones on which she is to come in
Edgar Mrs. G. L became
Sapp
Sapp -
reading or other amusement; and early to help with preparations for
that of the young child who often the evening meal It is a common a member of the church by
finds herself the unwelcome memo mistake of mothers to insist that letter coming from Lawtey Bap-
ber of a group of older girls or children perform the same tasks tist church and Mrs. Cleve Manning -
boys. How would you like to be every. day. wan accepted upon statement

Accent Delicious Chicken Croquettes four years old and be greeted with Of course back of all this there from Evergreen Baptist Church. t't
"Oidja have to bring her?" when must be a co-operative spirit in
(See Recipes Below.) ever you joined your sister's the family and you don't get this Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons,

I friends? from your children all of a sudden Bobble and Jerry of Jacksonville -
let Stretchers This Week's Menu I Now whenever a problem In. That II, you can't wait on children the week-end" '
spent past
volves the rights of two or more until they. are seven or eight and ,
main course Tomato Juice Saltines there is solution- here with Mr. ami Mrs. F M
(serve as a persons only one then expect them to blossom into
Ike too many dishes? -Rice and Chicken CasseroleCrapefruitCranberry compromise. The mother being mother's helpers overnight Begin Noiraun. t',1
What can I give Salad the adult should make the major when they are two or even younger Brence Roberts spent thin weekend
my large family concessions. First she should rid 'by giving them a share In keeping here with Mr. and Mra William
that isn't too ex- Popovers Strawberry Jam herself of the idea that there is their toy shelves straight. Stress Sapp and family before leaving -
? Theseare Sliced Melon anything unnatural about not wanting this not so much as a duty but as for service in the U S. Army
pensive a younger child to tag along. their share In making the house a 1 !
destination unknown.
the two queries Beverage Between the ages of seven and pleasant place for the whole family.As .
\ often askedby Recipe Given. twelve the child Is making her first the child grows his share in Mis. Doris Edwards and children -

my readers.The friendships with those her own age, family tasks increases. Of course of Starke were the week-end

answer to 2 teaspoons salt taking her first steps to establish he'll grumble at times-we all do guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish e
both questions is herself outside the family and the even when we are older-so don't and family.
simple-a casse- JS teaspoon pepper little sister or brother (who may be get your feelings hurt. I some- Miss Louise Edwards of Staike
to 3 cups tomatoes her very best friend five years from times think half the difficulty In Dove e R .
role. Easy lust
spent Tuesday night here -
1 can tomato soup now) is definitely not an asset to persuading children to take an Interest
I to serve, economical Buttered crumbs popularity with her schoolmates. in helping about the house Is with Miss Margin Reddish. In h".. trying I mls"p avery detail of your hauieteeping, wifehood' U
solve the main dish Cook macaroni in boiling, salted Another thing, when families because mothers consider it a per- R A, Norman Joined the Navyas mothering' at ample, ,.nd", sweet and confident at though peace wire really in
5t t perfectly were as a rule quite large with sonal affront when they don't and a volunteer and left Mondayfor view.
|ci I say almost advls- water about 20 minutes or until tender children of many ages the older give children such feelings of guilt service. .
it be- Drain. Brown meat and onions could take turns about housework that it
the family ever girls being nurse becomes Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville By KATHLEEN NORRIS
of your ulterior mo- in fat. Add macaroni, season- maid. Besides, children had more charged with unpleasant emotions.To spent the week-end here with his SO MUCH GAINED
ng casseroles, their in- Ings tomatoes and soup. Pour into interests in common then-thereweren't get back to the care of smaller Mr and Mm Benjamin writes me that she Kathleen Norris; believes
dish and such in age-and members of the family this parents
km becomes less, less greased baking sprinkle gaps can BETTY a nervous woman
Faulkner and Mr Faulkner that make
with buttered crumbs. Bake 30 min moreover these interests centered be made a much more welcome family. as noon as you up
Ionexistent.I utes in a moderate (330-degree) about the home. But nowadays duty if the youngest are brought up expects to leave soon to ac- has not been one your mind that uar inevitably
I casserole so delectable oven. there are so many activities which to realize that big sister Is being cept a national defense welding before, anyway. But in these meant worry and discomfort
Lictive In flavor and no take children away from home- kind in taking them along and that position somewhere In Pennsyl she is continually
she
realize that it's packedy An economy meat cut that is getting behavior days says
j trips to museums the moving pic- agreeable is expected. appreciate
and you have a one- itself talked about plenty be- getting herself "wound

fat's perfection plus. cause of its simply wonderful flavor up"; things make her nerv- pleasures you ran still enjoy.

work the casserole by is this: TIIERESSA vania.FASHON ous; she can't sleep; every- Each new book each family

I up all the leftovers lin- Ribs of Beef With Vegetables HOUSEHOME By Miss. I
ilor and pantry shelves. (Serves 8)) much gains Stop thinkingof :;
Mrs. Alice M. Jones of Miami whichever her thoughtsgo
|p the flavors of the food J4! pounds of short ribs way the things you might do
In here visiting her brother, D. end in anxieties and
: a false note and conhe they time
1 large onion sliced J. Phillips and family. and have a good doing t

of taste. Use good :2 cups tomatoes George Packham who has been panic. the thing you mutt. Stop

|will son with be a discrimination.real success. Salt pepper visiting in Newport News Va., "Mind you, this isn't all Imaginary worrying about rationing; and

| some new ideas I've 6 onions has returned home. ," she defends herself. do the best you can with what

r you Most of them of 6 potatoes IyeD: Miss Hazel Phillips was vle-it- "At 37 I've done some years of lOll have. If it it true that

|have used often enough 3 parsnips Ing in Gainesville last Monday. PATRICIA DOWPractical burdened and, eventful living and 'buiinett at utuaf is no long ,

lid favorites but in new Season short ribs .with salt'and Author of Siseet Me,,'. Kite.. Mr and Mrs. Dan Loper have I'm not the kind of woman to go to er the order of the day it .it

1 like: pepper Put in skillet with fat and moved into their new home located pieces for nothing A reasonable equally true that "business at

i Chicken Casserole. brown quickly. Place in an iron As we live and acquire we seem on the Starke highway. amount of trouble or disappointmentor cheerfully at possible" is your

tees 6 to 8)kg ) skillet or roasting pan and add onIons to need more and more storage Mrs O. J. Phillips and children ( sacrifice I have always been responsibility.
and tomatoes. Let bake in a space and certain it is, we can't aqd Mrs.' Phillips' mother Mrs. 1 i. .. ( able to handle. But this year everything -

lilk moderate oven for lye hours tightly put things away if we don't have a J L. High tower, of Lawtey were seems to be topsy-turvy and although don't list it. Is
Tspoons butter covered. Add whole carrots which! place to put 'em. visiting D. J. Phillips and family my nerves likewise, and I don't you war. To womankind:you the state of
Often in old house arched
an an to handle myself at all.
I have been scraped parsnips, peeled afternoon. seem
niche can be let into a wall malt- Saturday being at war Is like a perpetual
fdlced, cooked chicken and potatoes peeled but left whole. ing open shelves just deep enoughfor Mr. and Mrs.' C. B. Due-ley and : "To" give you an Idea of the situation nagging headache a perpetual
Cook another hour until the letter goes on, "I have a
n salted water until ten- or vegeta small books and "objets d'art. children i and aunt, Mills Ida Hagen weight on the heart a perpetual
k butter, milk and eggs. bles are tender. Add boiling water A larger and deeper cupboard can were In Starke Friday after doctor husband ten years older than restless misery of soul. These conditions -
lot It necessary during the last hour of be made by cutting between the I am. Because so many of the
this Into keep her In a nervous quiver
a casserole
cooking. studs of the walL The opening younger men are called to the serv-
1)). noon.Mr. + that little dally disappoint
more rice, etc. Bake Second day service of chicken Is should be the right size to take the and Mrs J E, Adklna of ices he Is listed as 'Indispensable,' so
lie! ( () ments and usually so unim-
upsets
(350-dcgree) oven unTmed assembled
cupboardwith
completely
beautifully simplified if do Hampton and daughter, Mrs. which merely means that he has to
you up .. .e her into a frenzy
aggravate
its outside edges flush with the portant
Grace and little' and be
Deal daughter, do doubled trebled duty on
the bird in crusty /
and then'you've heard wall. If necessary a light frame Now Bettina unwind. Just take
Joyce were visiting Mr. and Mis. w call at all hours of the day and
lut food affinities. Here's cylindrical croquettes molding or some covering strip can the ravelled ends of those nerves
Ilike to add to the list: and dish be used to hide the jagged breakin Ziegler" and family recently. night My brother aged 28, is a and smooth them ofT. and tuck them
them together the plaster. Little Pete Roberts enjoyed a navy aviator; he was studying avia-
>nd up
Lima Bean Pie. down deep into the big generous
; Then of course you can always birthday party Wednesday after- s 4b tion before the war and naturally
with golden carrot '
| (Serves 6)) quiet center of your soul 'Tell yourself
strips and either add the hanging and standing cup noon, Sept 16. turned to that branch of the service
Iamb that whatever is transpiring on
neck shanks s boards to a room without the bene- : but It is killing my mother; and my
wider canned or + : f S the wide battlefields of the world
;
; e.
,.. fit of a carpenter.
father has lost 23 pounds since last
1 dry lima beans frozen asparagus In a dining room a corner cup- GUM BRANCH will not be helped by your nervous
per and you have a one-plate meal thatis board usually Is divided in two sections ISy 1U..... T. N. Norman '. '. : December fretting about Bartlcy. outbreaks, your wakeful nights, your
y
bound to inspire the family's ap : the upper part having glass y C. ?cord + Her Baby a Problem. impatient complaints of matters on
altbeans overnight. Drain petite: doors and the lower panelled ones. Mr. and ]Mrs J. C. Sapp of "My daughters present to me only the home front.

i a heavy kettle. Have Chicken Croquettes. Frequently drawers are sections.set be- Sampson City were visiting Mr. the usual problems of schooling, This fearful war will end will pass

*-inch (Makes) 10 croquettes) tween Occasionally the upper the and upper lower section is and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.Mr. '+ 'S ++ f ti:'. straightening teeth general guidance Into history with other wars and

M to f- :2 cups cooked ground chicken left entirely open with an Interesting and Mrs. Johnny Andersonof ; ; but my baby, a boy of six the women who serve America loyally -
jnandater. f 1 thick white sauce scrolled facing around the Jacksonville were visiting the has an eye ailment that means con- and bravely now will take their
( cup shelves.If! : latter's mother Mrs T Over- r stant care, as it fluctuates from 'not places beelde those other heroic
caj. 2 teaspoons chopped parsley a corner cupboard is put In a street Sunday 1 so good' to 'improved' and back to women who helped to give us our

, top Flour bedroom for the storage of clothes Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain s6Oa" 'not so good' again country and helped to build It strong

to bis- 1 egg, slightly beaten it's obvious that the doors shouldbe and little daughter of Jacksonville "These are my static anxieties; and firm In the crises that followed
of solid wood panels. Choose a
and 1 tablespoon milk when any trifle is added to them the wars.
corner cupboard In a bedroom onlyas were visiting Mc:? and Mm.
,oder- \, 3 cups oven-popped rice cereal a last resort because they are J. S. Sapp Sunday They were like an unforeseen expense, an un- Remain Undaunted. '

en 20 Salt pepper not "roomy." accompanied home by Mrs. Sapp welcome guest or Invitation a tire. Keep three girls, one weary man.

"i. Prepare white sauce using H cup The success of the cupboard will who will spend a few days with some or troublesome interruption ot one delicate child happy through
pimiento biscuit and % milk. depend largely upon its finish. The any kind I seem to collapse. I this hard time. Reduce meals to a
rings chicken stock cup
; .
cOarsely room and its furnishings will govern them.Mr. feel that I could actually lose my minimum of serving and cooking:
and chill
[ chopped piml- Add to chicken and parsley the style as well as the colorof and Mrs. Freeman Crcmby
I11* wits. My faithful kitchen helper have one-dish dinners and serve
powder biscuit recipe. thoroughly. Shape Into pyramids or the shelves and linings. You can of the Rising section were visiting -
t has into defense work after them In the kitchen If like but
F' your carbohydrates cylinders. Roll cereal to fine build one and paint it the color of Mr and :Mia. A. D. Norman gone you
"", with 12 years with me; In three monthsI from now on have :your mood always ,
vitamins and crumbs. Dip croquettes first In the the woodwork or you can buy one Friday night of last week.
this have had seven changes in my and undaunted. Think hope
furniture. sunny
economical hunger. flour then In egg (to which milk has to match the Frank Overstreet of Jacksonville -
1 >n good for family dIn- been added) and in rolled crumbs. When it comes to closets be sure his brother T.Overltreet. .' kitchen and have done most of the -hope for the brother In the service,
,
mal buffet ) to have a light put in every one. was visiting work myself. for the busy doctor, for the little son
erlran entertaining: Fry in deep hot fat (363 degrees The height of the hooks is Important In this section Sunday. "With a doctor's hours and doc -hope for America and all It stands

(Serves Goulash. for 2 to 5 minutes or until golden too. There should be a few in Mrs. Dewey Warren and Miss tor's telephone to consider and the for. And meanwhile keep every detail -

6)Package ) brown.A your own closet high enough to Marie Sapp of Starke were visit 8097 care ot four children I am on the of your housekeeping wifehood
citrus: salad goes well hang your long dresses and wraps.In their Mr. and Mrs.J afaPrsr
r..l macaroni crispy i the downstairs hall closet and ing parents, Costume go sometimes from morning until mothering, as simple gentle sweet
i hamburger with casserole dishes. Suggestion In the children's own. the hooks S. Sapp Sunday.Mr night, which I never have minded confident as though peace were real
1inn. chopped of the week which will take top honors must be low enough for them to and Mrs. Vanlce Keen and Pattern No. 8007-Please this your before but which now seems to ly In view and a great wave of
her
Doan little girl by making appealing
fat in the hall of fame is this one reach. A shelf for hats should be Mr. and Mrs R C. Keen of costume a jumper with a reduce me' to a constant state of brotherhood and rebuilding and relief -

made with grapefruit oranges and i put up for children as well as one Lawtey were visiting their mother, low cut top attractively framing the readiness for tears and hysteria I and security were washing over
cranberries for color. Its dressing for the grown-up members of the Mrs. T Overatreet Sunday. fresh blouse beneath costume want to go to bed and pull the covers the world.

Lynn SaysM Is unusual in that it combines honey family. A shoe rack fastened on Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner of which will give months and months over my head and stay there For that peace will come and

Wisely, There are with mayonnaise, and cranberries. the closet and side galoshes of the door off the will floor.keep Starke were visiting relatives In ef long wear and still look neat and for five years!" when it does you don't want It to

cry .Ke .,erl.. but you Grapefruit and Cranberry Salad. rubbers If the closet is large enough to this section Sunday. new. The jumper may be corduroy Well Bettina. as far as that goes find you a wrecked nervous, broken
F1' Loser Weeper- (Serves 4)) accommodate a set of low shelves, Those attending the funeral of velveteen, wool crepe, or plaidto there are a good many of us who woman who couldn't stand adversi
' service until it is out-
[ store those vegetablesC 1 large grapefruit provide one for each child. Le Roy Kersey of Jacksonville give would like to crawl into a dark hole ty. You want your husband to turn

2 large oranges Add "tags and labels" to your at Oak Grov Sept. 17 were: Mr. grown.Pattern No. 8097 Is in sizes 4 to for the next five years, knowing that to you. Instead with a grateful loving -
experiments show Lettuce shopping list for your next trip to and Mrs>.. T. Overstreet and Mrs 12 years. Size 6 jumper requires fearful crises and changes must "she pulled us all through!
to
e when begin
may lose 40 per cent ground, raw cranberries town. Then things you away for the Caroline Norman Mr. and Mrs. 1% yards 35-Inch material; 1V4 take place in those five years and You want your girls to say "Ev

re min. C It kept at room M cup hooey put winter summer you'll be armed with the E. s. Sapp and son and Mrs. T. yards 04-inch, blouse 1V yards 35- that we would emerge Into a saner eryone said that Mother was simply -

d! netrfgerator rec. :2 tablespoons wherewithal for marking boxes so N. Norman and daughter Doro- inch material and safer world. But Inasmuch as wonderful." and you want your

. let H,. cup mayonnaisePeel you'll! know what's In them without thy, and son. Gerald. you and I are among the men and little boy with his eyes restored like
standing on pan. and section oranges and opening them. women who must help to make those any other boy's eyes- to have his i

C Will be drained 01 Us grapefruli. Arrange alternately on rls Carter. .................... changes and see that they are In mother to thank for the nursing that
! by about one-third. lettuce. Mix cranberries with hon WOODLAWNHy ]Mr. and Mrs. Graham Crews the direction of God's peace and cured him.

of ring beans lose about eyLet*stand V hour. Combine Alice Glover announce the birth of a son on Aaanm.Pattern.............................. Cod's Justice we can't crawl to cover So gear down. Simplify. Just as
their vitamin C It with mayonnaise. Serve over salad Sunday. Sept. 13. just now without failing! America we are driving our ears frugally at

for 11\ a bowl at roam tem- "What problems or recipes art moat Mr. and Mr*. Oscar Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson ...........................,.......... and freedom and decency.We 33 miles in these days drive yourself

IIJI hours on mind during thti fall days David Browning were visitors In are the proud parents of a have to fight on. in our quieter steadily on a lower base of demand !

'JokInC top- time Is reeom Explain your your problem to Lynn Cham Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. baby boy born Tuesday Sept. 15, K._"pa............................ grooves, just as steadily and courageously of expectation: remind your-

Cabbage, for In- km and lea liD Ifimrt.tnetofing Rudolph N.......... .IM......... .
per cent 01 the advice on i,. Addrta your ,,,. the week-end with their daughterand Rosier were married on Friday are fighting everywhere and everyone nothing can make them pleasant or
' mllC and 72 per cent a telf-aJJnucJ stamped son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I. April 18.Miss md IS Mitt In ....". 'an', and vtlop lor reply, to her a /Mfcs d..lr.4> to
::50 Per cent your B. Thompson. Mb pattern lets herself be discouraged and of us who spares her household the
Virginia Griffin of Union
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when Lynn Chamhert, Newspaper the full force and of them Is by just much
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Val- Patricia Dow Fatten afraid delays worst
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.ry Union, 210 SoutH D..plam Richard Carter spent County spent Sunday and Mon
co UP in iteam. Chicago Illinois. days in Macon Ga., with his day with her cousin. Miss Mary 2 Union. One of the things that distress the world.
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,, Side by side with the men folk they are selling War Bonds and ; 1
Stamps organizing patriotic rallies acting as air plane spotters,
knitting, doing Red Cross work and otherwise performing yeoman /-
,. service on behalf of our armed forces.
Uncle Sam is mighty proud of their self-sacrificing contributions
to the war effort. We also salute them! And hail "Mrs.
l\liniver"-that gallant English Lady whom America has taken to .
r- its heart as a symbol of universal hope and courage. Incidentally
"Mrs. Miniver" has been voted the Greatest Movie Ever Made! It
' t, comes here from New York City's famous Music Hall where it '
broke the all-time record for attendance and popularity.
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; ."..,.-.,- THE FLORIDA THEATRE IN COOPERATION .
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PICTURE EVER PRODUCED, ABSOLUTELY FREE.
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Every Ten Days'F R EE,

Koch Drug Store
We, Are Also Proud Of The

BuqWMBOlID':; BOWLING I Work Being Done By Women

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\, '* BLANDING CENTER STARKE ,
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Through Friday Til! 6- ,

Florida Bank At Starke You'll Enjoy The Environment Mickeys Cafeteria

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
LOCATED IN BLANDING CENTER
Member Florida National Group The Bowldrome

EVERY BRANCH OF
ITS A WE CATER TO
THE MEN IN ,." ; U. S. Defense Bonds
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John H. Denmark VICTORY : "'," Issued While You Wait AgencyConstant
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Furniture Co. SUPPLIES Day Or Night Including ,
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TRADE AT TilE ICE COLD DISCRIMINATING, Charley I E. JoluuBEER

; Starke Dry Cleaners ..'', Photographers

& Laundry ON TAPWELCOME THE OLD SARG'S PLACE We Carry A Complete Agency
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CIVILIANS "- I"stn.With : .\.sel
Defense Bonds 209 E. Call St. GENERAL

The Bare MoneyYou'll By VICTORY THE SOLDIERS' STORE Hollywood We'Appreciate roar
Camera & Gift Shop
Trading With INN Businessfl
212 Call St.
Home Concern 125 Call St.


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