Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02770
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ait Army New'USO" ."" Head State Revokes BHS Opens Monday In New PlantCity I

hilt Scrap Beer LicensesOf I '

Council Many New Faces Added To Faculty

Weekr Five DealersBecause To ReOrganizeThe B. H. S. Wins New Courses Of Instruction I

ry To Be Offered
? City Council will hold its
W E. Mlddleton as they abused their beer First Game 19-0
organization meeting for the
Lei' ''Foster Shi new Although ushered in without and
Prof, licenses by selling whiskey, andwere official next pomp ceremony, the
fthe "Major", all B. H. S. convicted In the local courtsone Oct. 6. year City Clerk Tuesday Carl night new term of B. II. S., which opens Monday, Oct. 5, will be
B Curtains' and the Stu- or more times 'on the same being a hold-over, will administerthe Two hundred football fans sit one of the most significant in the history of Starke.

iy Or B. H. S. as Lleu- charge, five persons had beer" 11cpns oath of office to MayorelectL. ting In their cam during a rainstorm Instead of packing themselves into overcrowded classrooms

Bseigeanls, corporals and revoked" by the State Beverage A. Canova who In turn will B. H. Friday S. Tornadoes night witnessed administer the :!, students will begin their studies in Starke's new

H'a large scale offensiveR'ie Department at a hearing" In give the oath to II. A, Bishop, walloping of 19 to 0 to the Blad-a $138,500 school plant large enough and modern enough to
Japs and Germans in the Courthouse at 2 P. M. Mon meet the needs of
of who was le-elecUnl as. council- wIll High School team In their first :! a rapidly growing: community.A .

Kn fill of be a gathering launched: nextHOct. day.E. W. man, and to the* two new members football game of the season. However new principal, ten new. teachers and anew_ secretary l

Scarborough head of L. A. Day{, and K. G. Duncan winning In the mud and rainIs have been added since last
will last twoBor
:5 I, and the Slate Beverage Department
? to r r 6' one entirely build-
until .all available con'luctcd the nothing new the Tornadoes, year ; new
hearing, and theDepartmt'nt
B salvaged. was represented J. A chairman: of the Council for as they are accustomed to storms SCHOOL FACTSTo ing has been erected and extensive -
Erap will consist of iron Turner Butler Jacksonville attorney this year will be 'elected ut this of all kinds. additions and improvements -

|! rubber copper brass, \M The above men may not meeting, a .city t attorney will be The two half-backs. made the : the patrons and ptudents to two others

Eluminum, zinc and lead; purchase licenses to sell beer for chosen and !pll police officers ex- three touchdowns Judy M c Rae of Bradford High School: have been made; and severalnew

HmiKt>. "Millions of young two yeais. cept Chief A. L., Alvarez, who in scoring two and Coolidge Gas-i The school building: will be courses will be offeredin

Hs' said President Rooae- elected by the' people In the general sett making the other. Coach' open at 8:43: : A. M. and roll 194243.

ming their energies to JuliuM L. Tliorno., above, U the election, will, be chosen. Woodrow Riser was well pleased' will be called at 8.5S.: starting Because the auditorium 'is

B all sorts of scrap meter new director of USO Club No. 1, General Kunzig with the playing and the resultof I Monday October 0. Childrenin not completed, there will be

Ki and rags, can help succeeding Ilobt. B. Wear who Old-West CowboyAt the game. "The boys showed : the first three grades will no formal opening, but "those
Btlile In our ever-ln'reas- left last week to organize a new up well", he said be dismissed for lunch at 11:40.:
Park desiring to make
effort"B. club near Camp Tyson Trim. Before Guest At Saturday; Staike's line-up was as follows: The lunch period for other of an inspection -
RotaryGeneral the building do so",
H. S. opens Monday aHNumlng. l his l new duties In "Eagle Squadron"Captain Center Bobble McRae; Guards, students will be from 12:00: to said S. E. Sparks, may chairman of

Beachers and students willHbupy Starke, Air. Thorn was directorof Alvin Ciewtt and Comer Perry- 12:40.: Those who do not,, go the County Board of Public In-

the drive in Starke the Norwood, Ohio (In Irl't'utt'r' L. A. Kunzig, commanding -, Jack Lloyd. 74-year-old man; Tackles Ralph Dudley and home for lunch will be expected struction. The students will

B get under way before Cincinnati) branch of YMCA. officer of Camp Dlan'I''I character of the Old West will Edgar Wilkinson; quart erback, to bring their lunches merely go to the school and receive -

Mr Smith stated thisKi ding. was guest of honor be a feature attraction at the George Flynn; Fullback, Herbert or to buy them In the school their
classification in
t they will get into itBlt Wilson To Head regular luncheon of the Rotary Park Theatre all day Saturday Green; Halfbacks, Judy McRae lunch room. Itocimse the auditorium orderly a way as possible. as

I 'la worth as early asBolln Club, Wednesday. Vividly des- and he will have with him on display -: and Coolidge Gassett. has not been completedthere New Personnel
USO CommitteeJos. cribing some of the numerous In the lobby 'o(; the theatre The Tornadoes wl1be\ at a will be no public opening New
members Include
problems that arise In the ad- his famous collection' western greater disadvantage when they exercltts.
State SuB.'iit
English, the principal Foster 8hl Smith
the Department E. Wilson was unanimously ministration of a cantonment the photographs t Including i almost play Green Cove Springs tonight, The buses will run so as to ;

Hilon, as Command I ing elected Chairman of the Committee size of Branding, General Kunzig every famous man that ever lived Couch Riser fears. The local arrive at the .school not later Mrs. Sara Armstrong4th grade;
Miss Pearl Lewis, 1st grade Mrs.
and all school of Management of the USO, asked for the continued coopera- back in the, days, when the sloganof I team will not be as strong since than 8:35.Though: ;
principals, operated by the YMCA, at a meet- tion of the people of Starke in the of Mateafoy Alvarez 5th grade;
Hand students thus west was "where the first some the boys who played last the school year to
He schools not only organ-in ing held last! Friday evening. promoting better relations between to .draw ,as the last to die! ., Friday night will be ineligible fortonight' come will be marked by our Increased Miss Miriam Guy Home Kcono.;
This is an honor much deservedby civilians and military I mlcs; Mrs. Dorothy E p P e reon
pel"sonnel. game. earnestness of
B County but all over the purposeIt' Commerce Marvin W.
; Rooks
ate of Florida, will thus Mr. Wilson considering his Jack Lloyd Comer Pet'ryman was actingCaptain la my Intent that It should
Mrs Dorcas
English; Carver
Interest in the work of the
to the great "There Is usually a bad egg In last Friday night and it also be a pleasant one to remember -
rap raP Commerce; Wood row Riser
USO. He has
Hand girls and their parKver Just completed a every dozen," General Kunzig is the plan to change captains especially In the .sense Coach and Chemistry; Mrs. Susie
very successful campaign for the and the coUch stated.It jf looking buck
Bradford stated Starke and Camp every game, ; on work well
County are Moore 2nd trade; Mrs. Lot 1 I.
He will succeed
to do all In their organization. Blandlng are no exceptions. We Is hoped that a large crowd (done. Parents and interestedjlttzerm
B power Mayes, 6th grade and Mr. Grant
Hollls V. whose term of
Ki I available Knight find that the better class of business 1 1t will greet the boys tonight as are cordially Invited to!
every pound Evans
office had Other officers
fc during the next two expired. men here are eager to co- the weather looks more favorableand ome to see me concerning; 1
New< Courses
elected were: A. J. Thomas Vice- with the looks Pro- school
operate Army officials in the game tougher.\ problems. >
chairman. E. L. Matthews Re- solving of mutual problems, but ceeds will go to help pay off the Fouler Shi Smith, principal] A pre-fltght course taught by
t e Melvin Futch will be
cording Secretary and the Rev. I
unfortunately there are always a $1.100 Indebtedness on the bleachers. Bradford High School.
C Cardse C. H. Allen. Treasurer. few of the other class. When you Admission S3( cents for adults all Junior and senior boys.
Twelfth grade who have not
i Committees appointed at the find one of these In your midst, and 30 cents for children and soldiem. boys i
follows. Committee Rooming Houses completed plane geometry will
meeting were as thisis .
first try to reform him. If
Renewed to Investigate the possibilityof impossible then tell him to 'getgoing' And Hotels take Essentials of Mathematics
which la required by- the State
USO for colored
j troops considering -
for the whole town 'will '
the large number now at I suffer,for his misdeeds. 2 Churches 'Plan Must Show Rates Dept. of Education.. A course in
Mr. Mr. creative writing and spoken Eng-
'fy Sapp. clerk In the Camp Blandlng: Knight "We of Banding -
are proud Camp
tioning Board's office In Allen and Mr. Matthews. Also General Kunzig stated,( Wm. L. Duke area rent administrator lish, which will be offered to 12th

tke Armory, has the fol- a committee to investigate the "We, have one of the best campsIn Building Programs announced yesterdaythat grade boys and girls Instead ofregular

biportant notice to make: possibility of transportation of the and continued Maximum Rent Rugulatlon : 12th grade English which
[londays, Tuesdays and soldiers! near the USO building: country in your to No. 42A for Hotels and Rooming Is no longer required will be

aye for the next three Mr. Thomas, Chairman Wilson, make it cooperation better will helping be more Doth St. Mark's R': pis copal houses, Section 1388.7007 (b) provides taught by Marvin Rooks. "All
October S, 6, and 7; Oc- and Mr. Allen. and the Presbyterian Church have as follows: seniors will bo urged to take this

13, and 14; and Octoberd The next meeting of the Com than appreciated. Lloyd has been through manyof made tentative plans for extensive "Every landlord shall conspicuously course, as It should be most help-

21 the local rationing mittee of Management will be on the greatest mine rushes in Improvements and additionsto display In each room rent ful and practical", Mr. Smith

t the Armory will renew Tuesday. October 13 at the USO- S. 0. S. Call Issued the mountain sections of the their properties at once. provided ed or offered for rent a card or said. Mrs. Grace Wainwright will
west, and was alw In the famous I
e Gasoline Ration books YMCA building. critical materials can be sign plainly stating the maximum teach a new course In Current

III expire on or before gold rush to Alaska It was whileup procured. I lent or rents for all terms of occupancy Affairs. Chemistry which was

22, 1912. "All persona In the far north country that Wednesday the Rev. Fred Yerke > and for all numbers of not offered last year will be
First Aid Gifts For Observers
tooks the late Jack London wrote the Jr. of Marks taught by Woodrow Riser lie
are dated on the rector St. secured -1 occupants for which the room Is
ver as expiring on or be- Are AcknowledgedA story of Burning Daylight after i a building permit for S3i ,- rented or offered for rent. Wherethe will also give courses In Physical

>t date' Mr. Sapp said, "Let's not have to do like some! the adventures of Lloyd in and i' 000 for the purpose of erectinga taking of meals. by the ten Education which will be requiredof

tome In on one of the generous donation of seven other towns have done", said .H. around Circle City, Dawson and frame parish house 60x24 feet, ant or prospective tenant is a con- all boys and girls from the

ntloned d a tee, bringing cots was made to the First Aid A. Carlton, Chief Observer for Nome. one-story in height adjacent to dition of renting: such room the 7th through the 12th grades.

n his automobile reglstra- Station this week by Sam Rosen- Starke in the Aircraft Warning Being 74 years of age today, the church near the corner of card or sign shall so state. Adequate BuildingA

<< and all his current ra- berg local used furniture dealer. Service. "After having built their Lloyd lathe r last person living at Church and Jackson streets. This Should the maximum rent or larger and better Bradford

oka. No books will beP Because of war conditions there towers. Installed their telephoneand this time who was an actual eyewitness building is "to be used as a cen- rents for the room be changed by High School Is now a reality so

until they expire aa per eeems to be some shortage of begun operations they had to the shooting: of "Wild ter for soldiers and young peo order of the Administrator, the far aa the physical equipment Is

the front cover. It will cots but Mr. Rosenberg assures to close down because ,of lack of Bill" Hickok in the'famous Num- ple", and Is expected to be com- landlord shall alter the card or concerned; and from the lineupof

necessary for those who the First Aid workers that they interest on the part of the peo- ber Ten or Belle Union in Deadwood pleted within 60 days, if ma- sign so that it states the changed teachers for the year. It seems

application already in to can still be obtained. ple". Dakota Territory also saw terlalo can be secured. rent or rents." that the same Is true in every

another", continued Mr Three cot pads have been do- Such a thing COULD happen Jack McCall, the murderer hung The Rev. Chas. H. Allen pastorof It Is, therefore, very urgent that respect.A .

unless they have changed nated by the Hart Furniture Co., here! With the opening of school for the crime In Yankton then the Presbyterian Church also every landlord renting or offering 6-class-room unit was addedto

their working status hasne and anyone else who has cots to many of the High School boys the capital of the Territory.One secured a building permit Wed for rent rooms in a hotel or room- the old elementary building,

some major change. donate may notify Mrs. W. J. and girls are having to quit en- of the outstanding hIgh- nesday for the sum of $999 andit Ing house display in each room a and an entirely new building has

ns who hold B. E and R Epperson, Jr. Other recent donors tirely or seek a change In their lights of the old timer's adven- Is his Intention, If material can card or sign plainly stating the been erected consisting of 10

'"I be notified later when are: Mm. J. D. Griffis $1; schedules. Several "army wives" tures came when he drove cattleto be secured, to construct an ad- maximum rent or rents for all class room, That totals 16 new

In and get their renew- Mrs. F. Jones, one spread, one who were active in the work have Theodore Roosevelt's Maltese dition of concrete blocks 20x21 terms of occupancy and for the class rooms: but changes made In

"id "The Board willIe towel; Mrs. A. M. Richards, one had to move away with their Cross ranch at Medora North Dakota feet one-story high, to the pres- various number of occupants for the old high school building have

any canning sugar or blanket one pillow. husbands.. Quite a few business and he was one of the firstto ent church building on the cornerof which the room is rented or offered reduced the net gain to eight additional

Uficales; on any of these Mrs. Epperson expresses appreciation people or housewives found the answer the call to join the Cherry and 7th streets. for rent. This is very im- rooms which will be used

'the clerk concluded. to all who have helped sacrifice too great and have quit. Rough Riders! who served down in portant and compliance therewith exclusively for class room purposes -

with the center and if you are Are you willing to serve even Cuba. 3,427 Licenses should be strictly adhered to, according to George M.

Licenses not yet among them It is not too as much as two hours per week? Just coming down from the\ far Bilderback, superintendent of construction

late to contribute to a community If so, please see or telephone H. north country where he visited Issued To DateA for John W. Knope contractor

YesterdayClerk established for bene- A. Carlton at the Telegraph; Mrs Nutrition CourseTo of Ocala.
project your last spring, Lloyd tells you that I total of 3,427, drivers' licenses -
Grant Evans secretary .at the Be Offered Added FeaturesThe .
Carl Johns has, an- fit. J Alaska Is undergoing greatest I of all kinds had been Issued office Is
School Edward Princeat principal's new
High ; or
change of section of the
that any' K.Ferryman's .
all Judge E.
city licenses the Starke-Blandlng Tailors on by County rhe Red Cross Chapter of downstairs Instead of on the sec-
Western and
e Hemisphere
CorrectionLast today
and payable yesterday. I office, up to closing ond floor and a
South Walnut street. A stove that when Is set and Starke is sponsoring a standard a
Include everything
not time Of this
Wednesday night.
I the only licenses week in connection with will soon be installed making the ready with the completion of the I nutrition course for women who large reception room has been
various number 2,839 operators' U-
merchants, Rosenberg by comfortable as own are Interested In added. Just across the hall from
'on all the robbery of Sam place as your new highway, the world will be ''cen..es.. 459 chauffeur licenses), personal nutrition -
for vending machines!, Sam Dacus, colored, the Telegraph home. Will you sacrifice some startled by events that have taken Information, and how the principal's office is a com
solicitors and 129 operator's licenses.This
'*t \ and every- stated that the robber was later thing for your Country in this place In the great construction! Junior proper nutrition plays an Importantrole modious fire-proof vault for the
requires a total i b. close to the record
city license. of records and other
found and arrested asleep in the time of crisis? of the North country.spectacular In the defense of our coun- wife-keeping
concerned are of last year-around 4,000 In all.
i urged toand "home" of J. W. Robinson negro Important papers. There Is also
take care of them Air film The deadline was extended try.The
where vari-
In a huge storage room
y" Mr Johns stated preacher. The Telegraph Bartow Man "Eagle Squadron", which comesto from Wednesday night Sept, 30, instructors for the course school books be kept.
, since (It was not the "home"of ous may
lay error, are qualified In the fIeld of nutrition -
but only 'a "house" Killed In AccidentJesse the Park on Sunday for a : to midnight Thursday night, Oct. The clinic, also on the first
Robinson him. five-day run tells the screen'sfirst 1. Beginning today, those desiring and are certificated Red floor, consists of a reception

Association belonging to Singleton Hobbs of Bar- story o f American fighter : licenseD must stand an ex- Cross Instructors. room clinic room nurses' office t

tow died In the Alachua County pilots In the R. A. F. The large 'amination before they will be The course requires 20 hoursof and two toilets. The Home Eco-

Bonds Lt. Jennings Here Hospital Gainesville Tuesday as cast of notable players is headed I granted according to Judge class work. The date time nomtco department consists of

Bradford 1st a result of Injuries sustained when by Robert Stack and Diana Barry- Perryman. and place for the classes: will be
County Pair I Dr. L. H. Jennings, now two large: well-equipped roomsthis
truck which he more, youngest member b{ the announced in this soon. '
the Ford pick-up paper
1 Hi a subSidiary' of thengtordWhlte lien tenant In the Medical Corps year Instead of one--a cooking -
into the side of famous American stage and screen Won't you join us In thIs vital
j" Post of the stationed at Moody Field. Valdosta was driving ran Car Stolen From Camp room and a sewing room.
IlJ\ Lglon. this brief visitor the engine of a G. S. & F. freight family, who makes her debut in defense: line-Good Nutrition? Three class rooms upstairs were
week car- Ga., was a
l a recommendation with ,his family over the week- train five miles south of Starkeon this film. Other players Include Sometime between 12 and 6 converted Into a large library I
unan- Road 13. Jon Hall Eddie Albert Nigel A M. last Sunday a blue 1938 Stolen
made Money
[ by the Legion sev-' end. His little 2 1-2-year-old son! and three others into a study
of Bruce and Lelf Erlkson. 2-door Ford sedan bearIng' Louisiana -
eks ago to take 111. and Mrs. Hobbs. about 60 years age
a on deposit and the funds Walter was very In touch with him was alone in the truck and apparently This exciting picture Is basedon license tag 244-260 was stolen Alvin Hamilton, negro, reportedto hall."All buildings have Insulated

War Bonds H. purchase Jennings got Saturday at St.Luke' did not see the approaching exploits of the real Eagle from In front of the Quartermaster's the Police that a thief had ceilings", saM Mr. Bilderback. t
A. Carl- and he met them
JUtant train as he endeavoredto Squadron whose American members Detachment at Camp Blan- stolen $22.90 from him Saturday
has Jacks onville. These help to make the building
announced. Hospital
armony with Walter remained until make the crossing. A De Witt have written many a heroic ding. The car also had a Camp night in Reno. Sunday morning cooler in summer and warmer In

Y President Roosevelt suggestions where C. Jones ambulance after taking chapter of aerial-warfare. It revolves Bowie tag no. 649; the right rear Ben Holtzendorf went out and winter but are for the primary

")'' Holland and Tuesday.Jas. him to a local doctor for treatment around the adventures of a glass wax taped; and the left rear made an arrest, but In Mayor's purpose of eliminating sound ef
they called off -
I for the duration of the formerly of Starke rushed him to the Hospital young Californian who Joins the fender was smashed. The car be- court Monday morning there was fect. All open stairways in the

*"e a safe and Patray In business near where he died 30 minutes later British fighter group and falls longs to Sgt. J. E. Marsbburn Insufficient evidence to prove the corridors have been removed and
woo Is now
eat and at the profitable and Ala.. spent several of concussion of the brain. State In love with a member of the whose phone Is 82 Camp Blandlng. guilt of the man and he was set fire-proof stair tower put In

"K their bit toward lame wine tIme- .Camp looking Rucker. after his interest Road Patrolman Charles Ingram W.A.A.F. It'. the big: "heart The police are In search of the free by acting Mayor L. A. their places.

' war here days this> week. investigated the case. drama" the Second World War. missing' car Canova. (Continued on page eight)

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years from now. What are you going to: /The Cargo Plane IS :

The Bradford County Telegraph do with your hough when it comes time for lJJ& -I1Q-"" .

K.tt>Uf abed 1877 the Government to pay off in 1942? There la nothing basically new I Even the it '

Yearly $1.73; $ix Months .1.UO "Sure, you'll be ten years older, but In the Idea of using cargo aIr- so far built, a",8' Gip

listen brother, no matter how they knockit planes t o supplant waterborne deal in on. ?p ca 't

I"ubUtthpd'flrkly on Friday and Entered MI Second that money is a powerful rejuvenator. Atrtnor of "How to Win Friends transport. It has long been urged make period of "TL :heIr But* J

Class Mutter at the Poet Office at.SUrlte, FU. Once you shove those bonds through the and Influence People." by such authorities on the strength for instance up ffl I uMi", I k

bank window and they start shoving green t and the adaptability of atrpower of the 70-ton size !,

'Will Yours lie A V-Ilome? backs at you, you'll throw away your cane, as Major de Seversky, And Hit log 10.800-ton Liberty are Ihlp'"t9ntl b
ler himself has made excellent capacity
An ,
stomp on bifocals, and be ready for Ilrdl' '
Red white and blue V-Home certificates your use of the cargo plane. In the freighter can nuke D,

will appear in the windows of Flor- action. ,i" Crete campaign, for Instance, the round trips ,10 tad troll 0nlJ

ida homes in the next few weeks indicating "What you do with your War Bond IJONESTY STILL BEST POLICYNot British had superiority! In sea i in cargo the plane course of a year.Aut...,

that the occupants are going all-out for money in 1952 Is your business. You can so'long ago, a tall gawky, overgrown, long-legged power. But the Germans took to cargo plane can lllake 21

the certificates is part buy yourself a ton of sugar and 'sift i it boy was working in a drugstore in Magnolia, Arkansas. the air, and used their air freight more round trips might 1114ke 3!
victory. Award of His out the drugstore run errands, pastes ers to bring In men, materials and
hi duty was to sweep and troops ding
like miser does 10
through fingers a
of a nation-wide program in which Floridais your labels, and wash bottles for re-filling. supplies. The result was that Skeptics have gla

joining the other states of the nation pennies. Or, you can buy yourself four His name was Harvey Couch and he had been born on British sea superiority proved to Ka.lser' plan Is ltd thtI

The stickers will be awarded only to those white wall tires and roll, them around the an Arkansas farm a few miles away He had come to this be British of almost men-of-war no Importance.dominated The the vlstonary- ,that II Impl1CtlQj 111Jn1lOllJ

block at breakneck speed. Or you add an town to get "store work." His pay was 60 cents a day. build cargO planes
homes which Air Raid Wardens have surveyed sea lanes''-but they could do On a
who had his
doctor production
in this town was a pre-
Living same bUhl8
extra to house to for the to the Nazi air 1 n
i h room your care nothing transports Ihl
be participating But
and found to scriptions compounded in the drugstore. His name was Mr Kaiser
which flew safely by over 01l1l
practical measures to strengthen the war grand-children your soldier son's visit to Dr. II. A. Longino. He was also a partner in the ownershipof ers have confounded IkepUca

I effort. These measures include air raid Australia brought you. the drugstore. The money was kept in what was called a head.What la new Is tne fore this on many

"But we are going to spend our bond "cash register"-the store could not afford a real cash reg magnitudeof cording to him botH?
refusalto the
conservation, salvage plan recently proposed by
precautions doctor went to the cash drawer to see yards and 'others ,
ister. One day the of
on tours. Here is a sample: "Nowis Henry J. Kat"eand
money : supportedby type
to divide the are mJ
spread rumors designed how the were coming along, and among the change adequately' :
the time to see Europe $725 Six receipts a number of the principal build the plane. lie
nation, and the regular purchase of War he found a slip of paper on which was written "Charge me builders of aircraft. The Ger- that a ha aid
and Bonds. The "V-Home days on an ocean cleared of Axis submarines six cents for stamps. Harvey Couch.:! plant could be bulllljlJ
14' Savings Stamps man planes so far.used have been lo II u P ply
certificate is to be signed by the air raid and mines Land in Hamburg,. doctors-was. impressed for the boy could have taken relatively small -Mr.. Kaiser envisages without detracting neCeilllary III&If

site of the R. A. F.'s greatest show of the stamps and they would not have been missed.' The doc- air freighters of 200 to essential phases jf hOlD 0
warden after a personal visit of inspection. tor's thoughts were: "A boy who is honest is worth trust- 600 tons. The German planes fort. These the liar J,
-t' See Hitler's tomb Visit planes
Homes which meet the standards upon power ing." But he said nothing about the incident. The boy did due ,to the Reich's geographical by comparison with would.I\

which these certificates are to be awardeu where Goebbels was shot Plant a weedon not know his"'IOU had made any impression on the doctor. position have not had to have small amount of ,iee-W ship| r

rightfully take pride in the fact thai Quisling's grave v Visit Lidice, the Harvey was ambitious and soon was able to get a job' for any great range-Mr. Kaiser envisages is one,, of the major I bottle

may little Czech town that has been rebuilt and himself on a railroad as mail clerk. As he was riding one freighters which can of the present lime, The
4+ they are integral fighting units on the home tall He cross the seas and still have mllla have J
: day in the mail car he saw men putting up poles. done a line '
is one of the model towns of the world .
1 : front which, with the military front and the asked what this was for, and was told that it was for a telephone capacity for tremendous amounts stepping up capacity to the

' producion front constitute the lines upon Stay at the Roosevelt hotel or the Ye Olde line. He thought, "That's a good idea. Maybe I of cargo. The German planes it most-but they simply| b,
Churchill Inn in Berlin the Kaiser is believed, were and are being been able to turn
of such out
n which we shall defeat the enemy. could get in on the building a company. produced slowly and In enouji
hof and the Adlon." He managed to get a job with a telephone construction small numbers-Mr. relatively So far as the pracUcall1J
Kaiser talks
To qualify as to'air-raid precautions, a "But these are not for us, attractive as company, studied the work saved his money, -and then of- building planes of cast size planes themselves Is cotccr

cc householder must demonstrate that his launched a telephone construction company of his own. under a mass-production there seems to be little
they are. We're trying to buy more war system qua
+ home meets the essential protective requirements He got the wire on time-and the posts. Then came a crisis. which, will turn them out almostas The gigantic flying boat"
{, as to blackout, provision of a bonds so that we'll)) be able to afford a trip He had to have $1,500. Where in all the world could he get it? quickly a" Detroit assembly built as an experiment

to Japan in 1952."Imagine The richest man he knew was Dr. Longino. So he went lines used to turn out motor cars. Glenn ty

shelter room, and fire-fighting equipmentas the thrill of riding down Doo- to see him. He hoped to get a loan, but he had no guarantee No one can deny that the cargo Martin Company, |

as deemed necessary locally. The other requirements little in whatever that'he would ever be able to pay it back. But plane idea. If it -workable, will proved completely successful li
avenue Tokio on to the
for the "V-IIome" certificate your way the doctor remembered the debit slip in the cash drawer! prove at least a partial solution trials. The Army Brit, Inland

will be satisfied by the word of the house- MacArthur hotel. What could be sweeter His loan pulled young Harvey Couch over the crisis. The tothe most difficult problem the plane ever built, hit..

r; than to drop into the bar of the hoe l Mac companybegan to boom. It became one of the most pros United Nations face. So far as proved Its worth. And&rbl
holder that he Is living to them. !
actually up Arthur and order a Remember Pearl Harbor perous companies in Arkansas. In 1911, Harvey Couch sold production for war Is concerned, planes still are now on !Uud

On the back of each certificate will appear cocktail and have it served by a Jap who the company to the Bell interests for $1,500,000. The doctor this country has generally realizedthe ing boards of the designers

j the following: received $70,000 for his original investment of 1500. "arsenal of democracy" goal The advocates of cargo pi'

,r "We in this home are fighting. We does and always will? What the doctor had really invested his money in was laid down by the President., But also say that they would h
Retting that
"What could be more gratifying thanto the boy's character. He had shown himself honest in small production to the tremely difficult to In'erctpi'
know that this war will be to lose and far-flung battlefronts f
easy 0 this ,
': step in the restaurant and order chicken things; it was natural to assume that he would be honest in global destroy Their range and q
hard to win. We mean to win it. There war is a very different would be so great that they
big things. "Honesty pays" is a trite old saying but how
O'Hare or, when asked how you wanted matter. The hard truth Is that constantly change their tit
fore we solemnly pledge all
our true! '
your steak done to answer the slant-eyed the Axis is sinking more ships When approaching their I det
and all our to the fight for free than the
resources United
; waiter with 'Just make can net tions, Allied fighters could 111
mine if
dom and against Fascism. We serve notice Midway, Moody Institute's with the consciousness that I place-and it la sinking with out to screen them and bring.

that we are personally carrying the fight to you don't mind. may be our last day on earth. them a n enormous amount of in. Due to the time eta

"Yes, it's nice to know that when you SermonNO |We phould seize every opportunity I' vital supplies. The Navy has not alone merchant ships mint*
, enemy in these ways: bonds been able to solve the problem. follow certain definite ud
f buy today you'rebuilding up a tremendous and discharge every obliga
I. This home follows the instructionsof And some authorities are con lnc- scribed routes--and !bey.
satisfaction ten years from now. tion as though It were our last. ed that it is basically ineoluble- the of
+ its air raid warden in order to protect ABIDING CITY HERE end their journeys),
Maybe by paying a little extra we can Whatever task comes to ua that terrible losses will continue verge on 'ports which in b

itself against attack by air. have Hirohito haul our rickshaw. Don't tell Text-For here have we no continuing should be completed with the and perhaps mount unless and to the enemy. The plan.,

II. This home conserves food clothing, city but we week one to consciousness that It may not be until the freighters leave the brief would be infinitely! i

transportation, and health in order to has- me it wouldn't be nice to say 'Giddy-up, you come.-Hebrews 1314.: our privilege to return to It. water and take to the skies.. flexible
Son of Heaven. Whoa, ancestorriddenjerk Residences onTearth '
ten you s should not
an unceasing flow of war materials tour '
be considered the permanent
at the front
"So keep buying those bonds. home for the Christian. This
III. This home salvages essential materials When we world Is not our dwelling place;

in order that they may be convertedto go to those third class countries after the we are but pilgrims here. ThisIs 5'IHH ;d
immediate war uses. war let's go first class. not only set fourth in the

Scriptures, but also testified to 7horl
IV. This home refuses to spread the
rumors by consciences of men. We
Youngsters To The Rescue
designed to divide our nation.V. should therefore seriously con-

This home buys War War-hungry steel eider the purpose of our being in M
Savings Stampsand mills are still on the
the world and In every possible .You 6:
Bonds regularly" verge of starvation, and newspapers this way endeavor to utilize all our can

How many V-Homes will there be i in week are taking the leadership in sponsor- privileges.

Starke? ing an intensive nation-wide metalsalvagedrive. What ate some reminders of it time
Boys and girls of Bradford County the fact that we have no abiding every
place on earth? Practically all
Taken Trip In 1952 attack the shortage next week when they we
posses come to us from those
become part of a National Junior Army. who dwelled here for a little To DO a special kind of service takes that extra some

The editorial writer of the "Daily DopeSheet" The government believes that school time and then jpassed on. Our Coca-Cola does a special service to thirst "':;;" ( tJ'f ;,' t r\\
published by men at the Naval Air children can do lands, our homes are ours because because it has that extra something, too. More than : '" \'fl''kx. .
a great job in finding : ,1
Station in Norfolk has un- they were left ..
vivid to
a imagination us by just quenching thirst ice-cold Coca-Cola If
brings {:
expected -1J .
and the : supplies of junk. And the junior otherti. ,. ,r 4'
following amusing'sketch from his ;; j__ .q' energy-giving refreshment that feel j A
and ,
typewriter will army here will probably go over the town Our' friends near and far are ; .' :{.,
probably sell more War enjoy. .
with a fine tooth comb. continually bidding us good-bye, '''.>," ,'.\ ,
Bonds than all the pleadings of the U S. and sooner, later y
WPB is or we too must And > .
asking folks who brings f.
own "dead"car the deliciousness
Treasury: a leavo this world The fact that you of its ; '\ '\..

I to bury it with military honors. Junk we are unable to prolong our stay clean, exciting taste. A finished art in its making :: ,

"One our our favorite pleasures these it right away so its metal may go from ought to be a powerful reminderto blends special, wholesome flavor-essences to t"' ,.

days is figuring out just how we will spendour the junk yard to the steeel mills and on into us. We are hurried along life's merge all the other ingredients into a unique
Defense Bonds when Journey with a resistless hand.
they mature
military taste all its No
uses. own. one can duplicate it.
LI How
glad we would be to stay the

progress of time that we.. might., To
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Florida State Farm sons. Woodrow, Jr., and Warren more fully enjoy life and more cold refreshment is to think of-ice a
News Coca-Cola.
of Palatka, who have been guestsof fully render service to our generation Its quality, taste and,, re-

Mrs. Ilolllngsworth'a parents, but alas, we are obligedto freshing goodness set this original drink

By E. It. bouvlerSUNDAY NEW ARRIVALMr Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs, for the move on at an increased rate apart from all others.

past ten days, returned home of speed.
-and Mrs.
SCHOOL OFFICERS: Claud Johns and Tueeoda)'. Observe however, that there Is *
Upon the closing of the Sun' sons Claud, Jr., and Kenneth and '
Mr. and Mr. and Mis. Bill VInson great blindness on the part of It's
Mrs. natural(
Lawrence or popular
day School last Duggarand names to acquire friendly
year Sunday, officers -
son, William many concerning their brief
son, Gene went to Jacksonville of Lake City were stay abbreviation That's Y"
for the ensuing why you hear Coca-Cola
year here.
Sunday of thought 19 given to
guests their
elected Sunday to make the acquaintance uncle and called Coke.Coca-Cola and
as : Supt. R. H.I Coke the
aunt. Mr. departure from. ,thIs mean same
and Mrs. J. U Robinson. 'Jlte. Pleasures -
Cox; Asa't. Supt. J. YV. Rltch; of little Miss Lavonla Dick, Lee left and ambItions so fill the thing..the re-al thing.."a single thing coming
Saturday for
Sec.-Treas., Mrs. J. A. Bouvler Rogers, daughter of Mr. from a single and
; mind that thought source well known
Tampa to take no is given to to thecommunity"
and In
Mm. Al course electrIc
Ass't. Sec Treas. who for- '
Miss Mary Jo welding. the fact that it will soon be over. .
merly lived here.
Caldwell; Pianuit, Miss! Roberta The little lady Therefore little Is done
W'hltlleld. Teachers: Adult.Class, arrived September 23 at St. Vincent's Capt. J. M. Smith of Chatta- ready to depart.A to get

E. D. Mobley, Ass Istant Mrs. Hospital.Mrs. hoochee was an over-night guest
of Mr. and consIderation of this r s.,
Bryan Whltfleld; Young People's Mrs. J. L. Williams great
Clast.1, Mrs. L. A. Shepherd; Jr. U. A. Ennis Bradxhaw and Mrs. last week. fact that we have no abiding city sdi
Shepherd !
Girls, Mrs. C. O. Partney: Junior Gainesville. spent Tuesday In Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Malone of should move us to adopt a rule While you're ex. rael t y

Boys, Mrs. R. H. Cox; Primary, Lake Butler spent Sunday here of duty. It should convince us changing pictures ,r '+
Mrs. J. H. Moncrief; Beginners, Mrs. W. J. Markham accompanied with their parents, Mr. and Mrs that no time, Is I to be lost, and why not exchange I
Mru. J. W. Rltch. It Is hoped her slater Mrs. Lillie W. E. Malone. should move us'to exert our best your thirst for an M/'fR-
that Interest and attendance .,will Hodges on her return to her Mrs. G. E. Crews, Misses Mel- endeavor to line every means for ice-cold Coca-Cola.
be revived since vacations are home at Inverness, for a brief verna Thornton, Bernice McMil the fulfillment of our mission. You'll go fw theIparkUnaaooJnClS '

over and cooler weather coming.P. visit. lan and Lora Crews spent Mondayat It will enable us not to allow the ,: .
J. A. BouvIer pleasures and possessions of its delicious taMe
spent the weekend Hampton with Mrs Calvin WI1llaran. of the
L. LaIng visited his familyat at Mclntosh. Mrs. Bouvier world to occupy too much of our and you'll welcome

Jacksonville Beach over the and granddaughter, Patricia Mc. time. It will move us to use the its afteren
week-end. Rae Gus Chambers returned to his world and of refreshment \ "
accompanied him home Sun- not .abuse It. ,
Mrs. VV, N. North left Thursday day afternoon. homo In Macon. Ga., Saturday We* should begin
after visiting his brother. Jack every day
of last week to attend the | Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Chambers for two months.

marriage of her brother, Ensign eon, Bradley, of Jacksonville QUICK RELIEF FROM
J. O. Heavers, Jr., In Miami to spent the week-end with their Mrs. L. Crews, Misses Lor-
Miss Charlotte Ashley of Barnes- parents, Mr and Mrs. J. M. ena Moncrief and Wlllu Jean Symptoms of Distress Arising' from

vllle, Ga. Mrs. North was joinedby Bradley. Malone attended revival services STOMACH ULCERS /f/7

her mother, Mrs. J. O. Beav- Misses Mary Jo Caldwell and Church Sunday a t Evergreen Baptist DUE TO EXCESS ACID F
ers of Tullasee Ala., at Starke. Roberta Whltfleld spent Thursdayand ; near Lawtey.
Mrs. F. J. Edmonds and Sam Friday with Marjorie and I J. L. Robinson and Mra H. L. Fr*.BookTll..fHom Tr atnwflttHt

Cahoon of Jacksonville spent Sat- Idalou Davis In Starke in cele Parker transacted b u s In CHS in Must Over.Help....million or It bottI Will Cast ofl You io'WIItARD Nothing 5 ,

urday and Sunday as guests of bration of the former's sixteenth Jacksonville Monday TR ATM K NT have_n mid for ntltofof

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. GrIner. Sun- birthday anniversary. ){... and Mrs. L. A.' Wigginsand mQ"ofdl.t'ID.tramat.rs.eh The
CM A. the better
M M- always buyIsOtrlle
day afternoon they all went to R. II. Cox e..r
the stock daughter :Marl spent Sun- DIcniMta. *MT or VIM aenwuda,
Mel rose to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. sale at Larjro last week. OawliMM. Heartburn. al.gt.wn..ae
day with Mr. and.
Mrs. H. B. due tn(jiram Aced Bold' on IS trlaIt '
dart' UNOra
V, Martling. MM. W. W Holllngsworth and Wiggins at Hampton. A>k for MWIII_'. MMMC*" which fully AUTNOAITY Of TMl COCA.COIA ANY
.apWastW.anaim.a -*..-.. COCA-COLA BOTTLINGR r.IP


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Jerry's Schlitz & Old Milwaukee Beer Kidd's Sinclair Service

Foot Long Hot Dogs .
Park Theatre Bradford Engineering Co.

Sistrunk's Feed& Seed Store, Edwards Service Station ',; :' J.' M. Edwards .

City Barber Shop Canova Pharmacy Starke Ice Company .

:,:I' : Blanding Center Bowling Alley
The 'Guidon Grill >, 'j Harold C. Wall. Agency "
;" : .. Organize A Bowling LeagueCARPENTER'S
.r: "'S *+**- ; All Forms of Insurance '
: :
Starke Beauty Shoppe : \ ;
Lady Fair Beauty Salon d
F.,' The R exal II 1 Store
Chevrolet Co. Denmark Furniture Co. '' :/< .
Torode :',.W.!":? Florida &Ritz Theatres

[Leila's Dress Shop & Beauty. Salon Florida Member Bank F. D.At I.Starke C. ..'.W,;:,;' Electric Shoe Shop
'I ; 'J:: Across From Park Theatre
Tic Toe lapPeterson's .'.. Eastern Auto Supply .'L i<'?;/':' ,
\', B ar ksd a I's Store
:" K. G. Duncan .
Dairy .. ,' ,.' Standard Oil cta' ,Union Bus Station
," '1 *
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For Information Phone 147Mickey's
H E. Tucker .< <, ;.,1.;f., ::,.- S. R. Johns & Son .'\"'>\. ?'
Sinclair Products:3; : > : : \: Cafeteria
,.,... ;
-.. ; : V 1 ; "
Andrews Motor Company 9, 1..1 ? S ;' ..'y, Koch Drug Store
."i S. Rosenberg & Son a;
Paramount Grill ::, '' ,,' :""t.e k,"'f. J..M.AlvarezEstablished
'" :r -: A. Hartman. :: :" 1894
Starke-Blanding Tail rs" "
Ed. Prince Mathews Model Dairy Bradford Hardware Company'i

ADMISSION, : Adults 55c Students 30c Service Men 30c


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with a touch that is now Little Tom Harding (minus
out they stand for Storekeeper3rd keyboard says Mom will have to start callIn' Shop) In'
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Class an' not Sun Kissed truly divine him at S:3O: in the mornin' makln a 101, Jf tuS '
which was the only thing I could they could
week he pen
next 410 can get his boots
think of Swell luck those Several delicate damsels 101,08: wltlolll! gettin t
laced up in time for school b1
stick In' together when they saw Nothet
I I Silver TeaWednesday Plummera swooned away
he's pme
Smith-Edwards. Teachers Seems determined to
Dancing Bill an' Raymond both that agregatlon of stars InFrank' wear'em with Green Coy, CiIIIe t
AfternoonWas In spite of the tedious SPl1n
I at Peru an' sister Elizabeth nurs- Fine Foods early Thurs- pro victims *'I p
Mr. and Mrs B. 8. Edwards cess Red Cross sewln' )
room .
SuccessAn .
In' at nearby Indianapolis' mornin" Can't say I See you todoesn't
Starke announce the recent marriage day goin' full steam ahead at last hen
Hear get together for a 'em, for at first glance it "am.
of their daughter, Nellie, to outstanding social event of they blame Carrie Ward an' Mrs T. N. Kendrick -
miniature family reunion every look like three lieutenant
Elbert H. Smith. fall took Wed- did those lend In'
the season place among theirstltchJn'
l *
week or' so Things I envy: generals breakfasrttn' at the same
nesday afternoon, from four to ability to the wOl'thycause CAKi.We .
4t The patriotic trio of rings that table! But seems as If our
W. S. C. S. Circles G six, when the ladies* of St. Mark's wish
Hilda Carleton wears oa third South American Allies are more 't hank
Auxiliary gave a silver tea at theWomans trlend fns, ,to
Circles of the Woman's Societyof Club finger left hand these days generous In handln' out stars too hi oeaul
Christian Service of the Methodist ; r] Building.The Seems when she said "yes" t their officers than Uncle Sam is Only the brave turned out for offerings and during tR

church will meet Monday ys fa auditorium was elaborately Hy several (1)'years ago, he gave and the dashln' gentlemen were first football game las' Friday and death of tin deu
I' afternoon, Oct. 5, at 3:30 o'clock. decorated with fall flowers, the her the middle one-a band of three captains an' a 1st Lt. from Too bad a fall downpour .had father lira d D.
Circle Number One will meet at committee being I Mrs. O. L>. diamonds .' Tother day hepresented Brazil, Chile an' Ecuador to come along an' spoil such an family
Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. 'her with two "guard" auspicious event But it
the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Hear they've been at Blanding takes
Middleton, on West Madison Receiving the many guests'were: rings, one a, ruby, the other a for two months an' I Jus now more'n a little rain to keep away
Street, with Mrs. Middleton as ;Mrs. Beaaley.] Mrs.! Edward Burns, sapphire Red, white an' blue found !It out-drat It! Guess such ardent fans as Katty an' Red
hOBtesn. Mrs. John O. Scott, Mrs*, Frank Ver' effective combination I'll start bl'ushln' up on my Monteith, Glen an' Martha Wood,

hr Circle Number Two will meet Nejoon and the. rector, the Rev. Spanish a bit My tango is Bill Powell, Florence an' George e

Y'' at the home of Mr. amt Mrs W. Fred Yerkes. '. ,- terrible an' my rhumba Is rusty Flynn-to name a few Glimpsed -
r P. Smith, with Mrs. Smith asP The \\ong table was a thing of Coffee addicts who fear they'llsuffah Current cool nip brought Evelyn Stump an' Grace Wainwright Natur.Don't d&gnd Neli, 1 fl
hostess. beauty, covered with an exquisitelace from the proposed Java forth some snazzy fall fashions sellin' tickets In the rain u.rvelou.lob.Thei th, y'y

cloth and centered by a large ration In' better follow the example Glimpsed Carolyn Keen off BHS Band right on the job lost flowing, blood aretm Ir Un?dl.
Circle Number Three will meet tmpurtua ,
bowl of red which balanced Th
roses, was tq q
work In smart outfit
of Mrs. G. W. (Lawtey) to a gray
at the borne of Mrs. Charles
by silver candelabra. Pour- Gloria Buford an' June Hall flutter the kidoeymwt
I' Brown She's been taperln' lit the blond It ?
Darby, on North Cherry Street. eai
tea and coffee Mra. J. C. henlblN.u.
ing were
also falllshly outfitted .
Rl sister off by mixin' increauin' portionsof Iehten d
Hostesses Mrs. Darby Hoover and Mrs. L. Colson and ,y
t Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght. Mr.. Cornelia Brannan above, the refreshment committee composed Sanka with the real stuff -- tn.w..te.,nn th.t,meyutroroM may
III the Instructress I n ballroom of Mrs. Milton St. Peter, Believes she can get by with- Spotted an* Jotted: Rhoda FOR ACID INDIGESTION perentent hedecheuuebd

r Pastor Will Review Dancing at the USO Club operatedby l the NCCS In Stark... Clainemare missed her 'coffee entirely daily at the" 'observation tower, Worn out. eyes-let Ur,,, ,
New Book Clifton Brown, served dainty
Study '
free to wcrvtce men and are sandwiches and a variety of cakes. Hear Pate"'Gasaett "dreads. !iicoffee; while others (less'patriotic) won't lro Froquent aumeeme,aantr, lurthw a 6

11 Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, secretary held every Friday evening( from Also assisting In serving were: curbing worse than gasollperatlonin' \ :: :- go once a week N Jeannette ley or6lacWnrdinurhaq

of Bible and mission study for 8 until 10 in the club lounge. Misses Ida Lou Davis, MArjorie Mrs F. H. Lone ditto Kincaid whlzzln' by in Carl g / bl dlureae recogmanlndpop m ,

the Woman's Society of Christian Sirs. Uranium studied dan('.... under Grlder, Marjorie Davis, and the I An' speakln' of rationln', (plumber) Rltch'a yellow truck \ i Ise rd Doi.of seen Yr14,pmww b4

fi;, Service, has announced that there Ned \Vajburn and Arthur Mur- following from the Girl Scout Simeon Phillips offers this little Wed. ayem Seems she drafted the,/arty yon of Thq punk bn

t yt, will be all-day study of the newaA' ray, when the latter had studios Troop: Marian Brown, Joan Carpenter memorIam (author unknown): Carl( to drive her out to Reno to sndoned Dons',. Sold t!,.t eouotry all drug,ry,
$ book, "On This) Foundation", by In Miami Betty Ann Flynn, Jean- And when I die, please bury me see about cook Bertha's house .. 50cCarpenter's CD pK

W. Stanley Rycroft. on Thursday ette Priest, Madge Brownlee, Joan beneath a spreadln rubber tree. afire J. says she always

Oct 15, at the Methodist church. Birthday Party Dinklne..", Janet Anderson, Idell Lay me to rest in an auto machine wanted to ride in that truck anyway Drug Store

The morning session will begin at For I... J. Kite Landrum. and sprinkle my grave with Hear Liz Nasworthy senta
gasoline Hear Alice Ander -------- -- -- -
10 o'clock and at 12 o'clock Mra. Rawson J. Davis was In man to mow her lawn tother
luncheon will be served at the L. J. Kite, son of Mr. and Mrs. charge of the following beautiful son, all dressed up in her best day an' he cut half of Park's

rat' Recreational Building, and the Lester Kite of Starke, celebrated musical program: "Pirate Dreams" bib an' tucker, knocked gently on yard before the error was discovered Regular Plate

afternoon session will be from one his 13th birthday anniversarywith (Huerter) and "Man LJndy Lou" Virginia Darby's door Monday .IC's MASTER Sergeant DINNERS

,', to three o'clock. Mrs. W. B'I a party at the home 'of his (Strickland) were sung by Miss afternoon ._.' "Am I early for Buck Crawford now LUNCHES
r ; Sewell will be chairman of the I parents Monday afternoon, Sept Jewell Presnell; piano solo, "Valse the Missionary meeting? Alice That boy's really comin to the
F asked "Just a little," Virginia GOOD OLD FASHIONED
luncheon committee.. 28. ,Arabesque", Miss Roberta Whit- front i Guess those leters from
l' The Rev, G. C. Powell will review After several happy hours of field; a reading, "Tomorrow" by replied. '"It's not till next Sadie. Prince mus' be a real Inspiration HOME
Monday! Curtain .
this Interesting book, which games and contents, the young i Mry. Luther G. Powell; vocal duet, Slow Hear Edna Pearce'

deals with missionary work In guests were served refreshments Mrs. Rawson J. Davis and the has transferred her baggage to 0)---- ----.,)
of fruit punch:: and cake. Rev. L A., Shepherd "The Holy The Julius. Thorn. ( U S O. Nashville, Tenn. Kay Noll-
South America.
1 .Y Mrs. Kite was assisted )In en- City"; and closing this fine YMCA) an,"two little Thorns appear man writes that Brenau Is all she CAFE

Patricia Ann Plummer tertaining the guests by Mrs. J. musical program was a piano to be one of the most like hoped it'd be an' more .- Sched-

W. Horne, Mrs. Claude May and solo, '"Nocturne" played by Mrs. able families to arrive in Starke ule is tuff, but she likes it any- 222 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.Soldiers .

a i Mr and Mrs. Wm. C. Plummer Mry. M. C. Sweeney all of W. N. Manley. for quite sometime They way" .
: came here from Ohio an' Mrs.
Hampton. Out-of-town guests were: Mrs.
announce the birth of a daughter,
Thorn tells that when of' U'liat'H Gonna "-
Patricia Ann, on Tuesday, Sept. Ella Sassee of Waldo, Miss J. one Happen 7 Bill m
22, in the Alachua County Hospital USO Vesper Service ,Thompson of Jacksonville, and their young hopefuls' heard they Mundy, who's been in Fla. 15
Gainesville. Mrs. L. F. Chapman, and the Rev were goin' to Florida to live, it years an' never missed a week
Vesper Services at USO Club and Mrs. L. T Shepherd of the seemed so far away to him, he goin' flshln', hasn't been now in r- And CiviliansAlways i
No.1, at Temple Ave., & Wash- State Farm. wanted to know "if the people SEVEN weeks Guess the

i DO YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES ington St., will be conducted at I'I'A liberal offering was received down there speak! English?" finny fellows will be sendin' a

? 3:30: o'clock Sunday afternoon by and will be used to help with the Outside of, sayln' "y'all" and a search warrant for him any day Welcome At

Chaplain T. C. Holland of Camp I new roof on St. Mark's Episcopal few other minor violations. the
When you fight roaches you Blanding. A special feature of Church. answer Is "yes" Gertrude
try to get rid of them all, this service will be music by a : Beasley reports a dark blue
not just kill the few that from Camp. pigeon made a land- MICKEYSSERVING
negro quartette U. D. C. To Meet three-point
you can hit with spray or These singers have made frequent In' on her front lawn Tuesday I
dust or that walk Into a and have been Seemed /
public appearances The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. weary an' hungry
powder by accident. heard on the radio. They have 'D. C., will meet Wednesday aft- from a long journey, legs were

K-3-D been widely .praised, for their ernoon, Oct. 7, at 3:30: o'clock, at banded with inscription "August REPAIRING
ROACH KIlLER IS music. the home of Mrs. E. S. Matthews, 1942" and othejf figures r

DIFFERENT; _____ j I on North Walnut St. Hostesses: ..;- 1 t

Roaches eat it because they Office Sup p lies. Bradford Mrs. Matthews, Mrs E. L. Mat- Episcopal: femniex have dood 1 it :. FANCY WESTERN CHOPS & STEAKS,
County Telegraph. thews and Mint Madge Middleton. again Silver Tea Wednesday i i .
like It. They dry up and die. PLANK STEAKS FOR PARTIES, ITALIAN .
Put K-3-D In little piles or afternoon was quite an event .,
,q In bottle caps and place It in I Clare St. Peter particularly lovely SPAGHETTI & MEAT HALLS,

out-of-slght places where it Carolyn Callstreet w in a mos' becomln' rose jerseytea I 1 I MANY GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES ;
dress .
can be left as bait. Safe to Hlldabelle Wilson
use. Non-polaonons to man (always a feast for the eyes) WHILE YOU HOME BAKED ROLLS AND
more beautiful than in f<
and pets. ever beige
Jeanette Kincaid the epitomeof I WAIT I PASTRIES.
ISo: and 25c
pkgu. Scrap Metal Dance at Blanding mission to the dance was a piece Vogue in black, tailored suit i

at Tuesday night was quite the mos' of scrap an' the Service Club was an' hat Bess Burns becomingly All Work Guaranteed. ""

Sistrunk novel event I've seen In years glorified junk yard Tin dyked in black net party dress I
Feed and Only The AFFORDS
Fun started when bus pujled cans (polished until you could Patsy (Roberts) Silcox a, Highest Quality I ALWAYS THE BEST TilE MARKET )

Seed Co. out of Starke loaded (somewhat powder your none", In 'em) cascaded pleasln combination of blondness Leather Used .! '

STAIIKK, Fixmtnv Incongruously) with coat hangers*, from the cellln' an' at one an' black velvet ; Jean Darby ..
Mfg by McPhail Products. old bnthln" caps Inner tubes, tin end of the room stood a hugs In red velvet topped with a I' j Cafeterias

:Makers of Antene. cans, 'Fran Opperman, Fran Peek, black screen, on which were hunK: moth black hat-stunnln' mam-I'e BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE Mickeys

Orlando, Fla. Aline Lanier Elizabeth Joiner, pots an' pans, rubber baby pan. Idalou an'pMarjorie REPAIR
Irene Mathews, Della Rosenberg*, ties an' more tin cans In Alice Blue .4.Program climaxed:
[! an' Marguerite Deyorlo Ad- front of this background was the by newcomer 11rL": Walter (Lt.) I Across From Foetof flee 1 Center Starke, Fla.:

"''-'_'_-_-L-.____ ___._ _____ from Salvage Queen's throne, fashioned Manleywlio" >fcare tes a piano|, .AunmiNmmnnnmmnnmrrmmtnnimmsnnnntmisnmmssmmammmn.i, ''' ''' '' '' '''' ... .. ) ''_ ., :
a huge garbage can an' old
We Do Superior Work- rubber tires Imagine the prideof ""'ki_, e..R'newes: .,-, ...M ....-. .-.. ,---
{ :
Starke'a delegation when one } ;S;:: 1";, !,
of our localltes was chosen queen

-Marguerite marvelous Deyorlo I n, lookln'devastatln'perfectly -' THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR !

Better Cleaning black velvet bodice an' blllowln

black net skirt Her crown s\'}} "Those who tuould
TRY was a shiny aluminum pot, an' up liberty to purchase aI

NEW METHOD CLEANERS she bouquet was of presented flowers with. WonderIf a huge \\ittle temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety"

the Mime Idea wouldn't bring 1-.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners In a lot of unearthed scrap in BENJAMIN FRANKLIN I
) >
315 Temple Your Patronage Phone Starke? ;;:'
Avenue Appreciated 133 t.t% Franklin was one of those who led i

.-. .... ('ella, Dew who the .,:. America to independence Franklin knew
- --- - -fl-a operates ;.4\
",- ... .. 'snack bar at USO-NCCS.. is still .: it that no price was too high to pay for freedom
dizzy from, the full day of thrills 1,.;. :' rev because only free men know the true joys

COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY she had in Jaxville las' week .: '''' r of fruitful living.
After meetin' cinemactress Very 'ft'i. a .
:- '
> t onlca! (halr-In-the.eye) Lake, who i;..; a ;: : ( We Americans had almost forgotten, !

FOR THE 'SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDING personally presented Mrs. D. witha I ',.. ......t.1f' 'that liberty is a priceless.possession that must

WE OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND rose from her corsage Cella t. < J;e. be protected.! But NOW we know! And
dropped into a movie i yYr:
s we're letting the world know how
son Mike In a newsrel showln' survivors 1'
P. S. STORES Inc. of the Ill-fated Yorktown! r prize freedom.

Truly the thrill of a life- : i
\ Drink a toast to all Americans who are
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU time! ,. Hear Joe Allen Lan- _
der now fighting for liberty-abroad and at home
an' Leonard Smith (Jr.) s
Blanding Center Bus Station pledged Theta Chi at U of F -on.the battlefront and in the factories.

And 115 'W. Call St., Starke, Fla. Understand the 'sudden cold spat Pledge your loyalty] to them 'and to your
holds no terrors for Mrs. W. A. nation in a glass] of golden JAX Beer the

llonham She's already don p Drink of Friendship which is, in itself, a
ned her "long leg bloomers" ,
.I the
'R symbol of the the contentment
Ooops! Wonder if I'm tellln' ,
OPEN FROM I 11 A. M. TO 11 I'. M. secrets *4 $
? An' speakln' of thrills privileges you enjoy as an American.

(aa I was a moment BRO) Verdle JAX
Futch (mother) an' Bea Futch p
(wife) had 'a real one last week

when Lt. Merrill phoned from FUll QUART BOTTLE s '

Honolulu Hear flea was talk- j
In' with tears in her JAX JUMBO is the friendly way to buy
plenty JAX but
DEVILED as what wife wouldn't? caps are '"
CRAB CALFS I..IVER-2 VEGETABLES rati ned.JUMBO'S large use help offset the limited \' '

NO DRINK OR DESSERT 'Sa girl for Bill an' Ida Lee nUMber of caps and enables more people to enjoy the i

We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town Plummer Congrats! .. golden refruhing Drink of Friendship. t'

.. .. Mama an' "Patricia Ann" leaveIn When you open JUMBO at home and don't '
a few days to join Bill 'who's want to use the whole bottle at one time follow these : :3s '

GUIDON GRILLOpposite an SK 3-e with the Naval Reserve simple rules: Open gently! Pour slowly] I Replace cap 1 /

at Peru. Ind. Been wonderln tightly (or use a patented. stopper) and put back. in 1
Courthouse Jim Forrest, Mgr. I for ;weeks about the meanln' of the ice. box.

Phone 90 those mysterious) symbols followIn' -
Bill's name Glad to find JAX IREWING COMPANY Jiek.Mvillt, Fl.rUi


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KL.ce who has been an Mrs D. P. Carpenter and dater Mrs. John O. Scott and Mr. and D ac
of 7le Bradford County Mrs T T. Long and !eon! Tom I Mrs. Milton St. Peter were visit :
for 'the past 18 months went bunday to Baxley Ga., fora : ing in Gainesville last Saturday SHOWS SATURDAY
family to short visit with their brother- TH E ATRscSTARKE
led with bis night FL-: '
when' vat Is with the ''- in-law and sinter Mr. and Mrs. I The Rev. and Mrs G C. Powell IN PERSON
Sentinel. ra.turning Tom Slade. Mrs. Carpenter returned -, and family
spent Friday in Jack-
an employe of the Bon home Monday p".d Mrs. sonville.R. CAPTAIN JACK LLOYD
s i Long and son went to Port Ben- I
J. Davis
leL I spent the' week-end
ning to join Major Long, who Is
.ona Gauiey, U T. stationed there. I here with his family and returned FAMOUS .CHARACTER OF TilE "'ESTliE SAW' "WILD fu LL" HICKOK KILLED
County Agent to Tampa where lie in working
of the Mrs. C. H. Ttson of Jackson-
J pool D, E.Room-b a t 11 of villa and Mrs. George Cook ot with ment. the stale. auditing, depart Captain Jack rode with Buffalo Bill Was raised by Calamity Jane Drove Cattle, servedas .

ere visitors here Thurs- week Miami with spent Mr.several and Mrs.days O.this L. Mr. and Mrs. T Frank Lan- a peace officer 'Was a prospector and frontiersman from Texas to Montana ,Hauled
,pt yeek. drum and family
spent Wednesday
(Godwin, former Starke Deasley. afternoon in Gainesville. Borax out of Death Valley Drove stagecoaches and freight outfits over the principal trails
for the past Mrs. Donald McRae and little
Inths clerk has who been in the daughter, Carole Jennlne, returned -: Leon Rosenberg, who has been 'Was with the Rough Riders, The Rangers and the Royal Mounties in his young days SEE
taking civilian training at the
Sanding l office to his, old returned post Jacksonville home Sunday with after Mrs.a blcRae'smother visit In Signal Corps Reserve School In HIS AUTHENTIC COLLECTION OF .WESTERWPHOTOGRAPHS IN OUR LOBBY SATURDAY. -

morning foney Order window In Mrs. Dew months Tallahassee, Brent: for Sunday the past here with two HEAR HIM TELL OF THE OLD WEST: WHEN IT WAS 'WILD AND WOOLY{ -

postoff Burns Ice.tdward had as herer Tailoring Beautiful at the Cleaning Starke-ltlanding Beautiful : Rosenberg.Mi his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam FREE AX AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO CARD OF TilE OLI-T/ UEU TO ALL CHILDREN

the week-end, Mrs. Tailor. Opposite Park Theatre. ; 's. Shellle Hall and daughter. ATTENDING ANY SHOW ALL DAY SATURDAY.
obelte of Jacksonville Mrs. K. G. Duncan and little
Sharon have returned from a
Supervisor of the WPA daughter,' Margaret Rose, are ex-: visit In Jacksonville
with Mr. and
Lit project located In pected home Sunday from Rochester Mrs. M. C. Weils.Mis. 5 BIG DAYS SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 8
I,lean Legion hall. Minn., where they spent several X* D. Green and daughter --- -
L Ed Langley and weeks at the Mayo Clinic ,
(I Mrs. Judy, and Mrs. S. D. Phillips
last Saturday for a few because of Margaret Rose's seri
spent Wednesday In Jacksonville.
[cation at their home InGa. ous throat tiouble. Friends :
Walter King took are glad to know that the : Mrs. W. N. Odum spent Tues

ley's during place his with absence.De Witt I I girl City Is making Clerk Carl a good Johns recovery and his day Mr.In Live and Oak.Mm. James F. Hol- THE FIRST YANKS IN ACTION IN THE FIRST

|dlleton, says: "It was myto ''young. 'son, Carl Lamar, spentthree lingsworth have as their guests '

[ be out of town next days last week on a fish Mrs. HOllingsworth's father H. G. FURIOUS STORY OF THE FIGHTING FRONT!
ell have so notified sev- [ ing trip along the WIthlacoochle Connor, and also her grandfather ,
patients; but clrcumiwyond river. They repot "fair" luck. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Gorman .
y control Miss Jewel Presnell of USO of Cordele, Ga.
my pre-
office Club No. 1, and Miss Sarah Reed r-3 the skies
1 will be In my Ripping
of USO No. 4 left aft
Wednesday WOODLAWNtty'
h next week as usual. pt + .,.,
ernoon for a visit of a few days Alice aai 3 n 7 1 t; 4 r
Beautiful Glover t with their Spitfires! ,.k
|ful Cleaning.
at their respective homes' In Tallahassee '' ;o
at the Starke-BIandlng and Laurel, Miss. P. B. Johns spent Friday and ddkh.
ppotllte Park Theatre.Emma Mrs. W. H. Struth had as' Saturday with his daughter, Mrs. : -' 11 Raiding Nazi shores ..

:Murphy has re- guests Sunday Mr; and Mrs. W. L. Alma Thompson. r- \ ''
lume after spending sev- Edwards::: and daughter Fredrlka, Miss Myrtle Johns spent the | & withtheCommandosl! .
ths with relatives at and Mrs. Frank G. Bauknlght and week-end with her sister and \....

Summit, N. C.JC. daughter, Jane Merrill, all of: brother-in-law, MI' and Mrs. L. Striking America's e
Jacksonville.Mr B. Thompson.Mrs. .
W. Savage returned
Lsilay from Grove City, and Mrs. A. L. Sullivanof Evelyn Norman spent the "" first mighty blows
lie she visited her hus- Theressa have gone to Miamito week with her parents Mr, and
make their home with their Mrs. Carl Prevatt, In Lawtey. S i
bi iMng,I. Charles a course W In Savage Army son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Richard Carter spent Sunday for Victory!If ,
Irk Col- Mrs. S. W. Griffith. Mr. Sullivan afternoon with his grandfather : Q
at Grove City
Is In 111 health and it Is believed Dalton Carter, at Starke. ',
that the climate there will be Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson -t.r '-
beneficial to him. Mrs. Sullivanhas recently visited their daughter -
been an assistant teacher in who Is In the Gainesville Hospital u
4 't"rN 7.1.t.
+ <
i y
/ the WPA Nursery School here a
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Heilong We are sorry 'to say that Miss >r
were visitors !In Jacksonville Mon- Blonnie Mae Green has moved to '
Lake City. We surely miss her C

In Lawtey' Junior High School.GRAHAM .S \
day.Private ,
Jones \ f SS:5..S> .5

.: : ,
Ily Mrs. L. C. Smith -

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SHORT CAKE ,.. Word was received last week'
,\ "
that Earl Altman of Nichols, son
SOc ) 1fI" of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Altman, ... -

|)y & Saturday Only ii former residents of Graham, and .
/ grandson. pf. Mrs. Annie Ward, I ";, 4. ::
:ikery, Is Open For was killed in action somewhere in il. S ... .

our InspectionAt the Pacific. We extend to his 'i :

All TimesA I family our deepest sympathy. ;S- m

Visit. See Our 0.1 I Mis. L. C. Smith returned" home .

Machines:\ In Friday( after spending several _J'
Operation days with her sister, Mrs. W H.
It's lockout I Private Jonea I la tmciu& Tillman In Valdosta, Ga. ---i"AT %
.BINE'S no chancel with hit cake made with Mi, and :Mrs. David Kelley of : :
RUMFORD Baking Powder his '.'
mom't guarantee of baking .ucc..... Starke attended church servicesat ,
[AKERY PRE: Victory booklet of augarlasa the Christian Church Sunday
recipes! Help conaenre. Write today.
312 W. Call St. Rumford Baking Powder, Box BS night.
Kumford, Rhode Island.N Mis. Annie Ward and Mrs. Eva
I Strickland pent the weekend \

with Mrs. Ward's son and daugh

NAT SEZ: ter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
x Altman in Nichols.
From what I hear, all the wrap Mr. and :Mrs. Ancil Norman

ain't in the Junk pile yet. Just and children of Rising spent Sat-
oe talkln' with a henpecked guy andy urday with Mrs. Norman's par-
? (' / the pore fellow tells mo that hi. ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John- I

.e'sa little woman feeds him on scraps, son. ,
patched hili pants with serape and f
they have a crap every time he L-\\VTiV BAPTIST CHURCH b p#
want to go out with the boys! The annual business meeting of rA ;
Course, Uncle Sam can't use that the Church was held Wednesday 1
kind of Bcrup, but there's plentyof night Sept. 23, in connectionwith : T
other kind that are badly a Church-family supper,, ''t t yTa p't

needed.. Look around and turn I which was enjoyed by all. Of- ,
In ull you have. ficers for the new church year ><
which began October 1 were F fVftsenfecby
Sunday, Oct. 4, la world-wide
communion Sunday. The Rev. with

Forbes F). Fuller Invited the pub

; sh r lic to: "Plan to be in your church ROBERT STACK tnttt''Pb '
hoI.tot ; for this day of commemoratingthe
p1 death of our Saviour Jesus _
G'oeGI Christ for our sins." Diana BARRYMORE
3 I
Morning worship service at 11

SfiQ ea A. M., on the important subjectof
I Y the relation of children and JON HALL t
t rwearnck parents. Note change in time for

all eve nlng services, beginning
Oct 4. Evening worship at 8; } EDDIE ALBERT ,f ,
Ti prayer meeting on Wednesday at t
8 P. M. r "
Rural settlement meeting next NIGEL BRUCE

Tuesday at Clarence' Manning's at
v 8:30: P. M.


BODIED IEATHECS If;you need a good laxative or cathartic Leif ERIKSON John LODER I ;

to relieve headache;biliousness,
1 "l'-ft. and the right or that lazy tired feeling when due tc Edgar BARRIER Isabel ELSOM !

"'..V'l lopped. off with temporary constipation, ask for and

lining to highlight the be sure you get HERBINB And the Flying Heroes of the :

dells of finer thoe- ALL DRUG STORES'
nr. IIILilt 5.l... .fpire RELIEF FROM Produced by I
QUICK by Quentin; Reynolds t I
Symptoms of Distress Arising from WALTER WAND ER
STOMACH ULCERSDUE Famous War Correspondent

6.95ternberg's EXCESS ACID

Fr.eB seoa Must Help*It Will Cost You Nothing ... Original Screen Ploy by Norman Reilly Rain. From the Cosmopolitan Story by C.S. f-orefter

o.er two mllttna bottles. ortb"wtLLARO Direct.d by ARTHUR IUBIN A UNIVERSAL PICTURE I
TR ATM IENT hi e been sold for ra'tolofvmptanu
dletre-arrdag. from---II
DvedMMl Utc.r due t4t tn....MDl
and .
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__ He.1bs e..b.sl.w..a.M t-tI !
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NOTICE No. J. In now Sergeant tn Company A. I tong In RW'4nf NW'4 n" recorded C"Dorotliy No.. Mnv I.T.OHf'fl .Galloway. Defendant 'I:{ol'rY.CIIt1IT JPLOHIUAl COI-HT nnAnroitn J> ( .! 1943,

In Testimony Whereof I have 84th Mml. Ainb. Bn. 5tationed' at In Peed Hook 7, pair r 8 & 22 Coiinty. pub10 -, '? OP PfBLIPATlOM I 'IIY. 'AN F, 5'h lit

Notice la hereby given that the hereunto et mir hand and affixedthe Camp llurkloy, Texas. r.cord. of Hntdford h.. <: TO APPKAR C. Qobron PlaIntiff Fray,2. 1ndritb, I
K Z Low.
86 TWIt 7. 8.' vsj.
Council of the I ofStark. tlreat Seal of the $tate of You are required to appear onNovember Hoc. OP FLHHI to: pnr- Oobron Defendant. Atty.
City City 2nd. 142! In above The assae.fliOflt of tin wild property R'I'\'rF 1. Casa
Florida, at TallnhaHsex, the Capital, Oalloway Ill Norm Bt., No. 2151.6rtDKR.
., Florldb.( will bold a meet- thin the first day of Meptemb named Court and vaiiuo, wherein under time said c..Ut".I. IsMUHd -'a l: '. I'ennnylvanlB ,
plaintiff ..,...jc. divorce. Bradford was In the name .t .Ml'"fjn'lesn OP PUBLICATION I
A. n. 1542.>> : reeiu'red nRpBar on I
office ale
Ing In the City Clerk's at te ANI) NOTICE TO
(.SI-JA'n) R. A. ORAY County Telegraph shall publish this October 6th., 1942, the abovenamed AFPKAR
the City Hall at 8:30: o'clock P. Secretary of Htate.To tinier 'In next four weekly tHHUeft.Wltnettn ald certIficate .hal be Court and cause, wherein STATE OP l"LOItIDA to: Ulllan
Hon. A. O. Anilreu lilY hand and official redeemed aO..I.dlng to the Bradford F. tubron. Number 15 Walker
M.. October 6th A. D., 1942 for Khenft Ilrndford County. seal at 2ki94rl..rlda., thin tteptvinhcr property j > therein will lie County plaintiff Telegraph seeks dlvor-e.shall publish thl* ILr..t. bom.r vl lie.. Ma.... I '

the of hearing complaintsfrom 9-11 I/t laO aold to the highest hldfit-r at the I In four weekly Ismieii.Wltiiei" are required to appear on
purpose next
IOKFIC1AI H" AI.) A J. Thomas courthouse door on the first Monday Oi'ilr hand and official; October 6th., J 94'. In the above'

the owners or agents .of IV IIM'I IT 101 III'. its I)I--OHU AM Clerk of nali Court I In the non of Zs'ovomber.1KI2. my, Florida this Septomli.T named Court and cause, wherein
Real Estate or Personal Property (4iI''l'Y. .....UIII.. \1 1% 1II4MJoHeph Kntx He Kiits Jacksonville FloridaAttys. I which t 2nd., day of seal at Bth.Htarke 1942. plaintiff seek dlurcft. hradford
41'15 Y. for Plf. 9-ti 4t 10-16 November 194J. County
Telegroph this
8KA1.) A. J. Thomas .
the value of which has been fixed Allen Wooten, I'lalntlff. vs. Jal..d this a4th day of SeptemSKAL (OFKH-ML 10-2 Order our weekly issues
: jj.endant.Chum : As Clerk of said Court. .1 t Wltneft bund
by the City Assessor of Taxes Mary iJonli'r Wootvn. JI4.OIJo'I4IA1 my and official
No. 2169OHDKIt IV COI'IIT OF ('()tTY' JI'IKiK.III .' ( ) A. J. Thomas litrt'IToi'tr IIR*. .emi at Htarks, Florida thl, Sep'
and accepted by the City Council. OK1 flJHMCATIOM tl>l-' >HI> COl.MTt, NTtTH OV ( Court of Bradford iv ( IV JFORI tember 7th., 1942. .

By order of the City Council of AN1) NOT1CH TO APl'UAItSTATK 'I.OIIIItA. County .'ka._ 8-25 4 10-1 ( 01 %TV, PI.4 KIUI ( (01.1(1AI. MI<:AI.) A. J. Thomas.

OK KMdtllJA to: Mary In re KHtate of Ale"MK'leln. "a el 'I.rk said 10-2
the City of Starke Florida. this no.htr Wooten who., redldem-e I. C. O. Wiggins, deceased. IV rlHCI IT < OI NT. BltADKOBIl. l'lalnltr. vs. 214S. Court -1 4

15th day of September A. D., Home No. 2, Rocky Mount North Notice I I. hereby given to all rtM'MTx"' Fl.Ollllltl l> ( HAriarini' \- Klein 1""d..nt.PUBLICATION'o. I
II Carolina.November. ( Eli V.
whom It that the I
may concern on NOTICE
.1A'_>. Vn" .... ....n..t.w 'n s.nnnar "'n'' 13th day of October A. D. 1942 M.K. Herbert Bllble. Plaintiff. AND NOTIOB TO APPEAR
:; < 'j Irf ; pffendant.NOTjrK STATE OF : hereby given to all
2nd.. 1942 s the above WiggIns shall present his annual VH Janice KlolMe Ullul.
Ii 9:252t Carl Johns Clerk nanind Court and cause where! i accounts as Administrator of ... N" 2 16(1.OttOElt Klein Number 15 Holly New St.York.. Brooklyn. whom It may concern that Flora
plaintiff seeks divorce. UradforCounty the of U O. I deceased (II" rt751ICATION
estate Wiggins on McKlnney an Guardian of' Volley
shall publish this id 'ANT) TO Al'f'KAK You are required to appear
4 Telegraph to the Honorable K. '
V \OTI4'r' 0' ..:..F. 'T.O" October &th.. 1942 In' the above McKlnney. Incompetent wIll on the "NEW
Order In next four weekly iMMueWltneRM .. 1'erryman, Judge of Maid (. as OF F1.OHIDA to: Janice .
M'itQJJ To the Hhcrirf of Bradford County, my hand and official Judge of 1'robate, and ask :.rlhe J1.1. lox 11 lloute No. 2. named Court and cause, wh." I 12th day of October. A. D. 1842. u
of the rltata ot Florld..1Ii. seal at Htarke, Florida, this Heptcnibir plaintiff aeeks divorce ano r"'O.1
.. approval. W.at 'lr8lnl. apply to Judge E. K. Ferryman, for
7.iji It Known. That I, R. A. ation of Maiden
22nd., ,1941.OFFICIAL 'bated September 9, A. D. 1042 You are .. appear on i'ounty Judge of Bradford County
IRAV, Hecretary of State of the ( HKAL) A..J. Thomas. November 2nd. 1943. In the above County Telegraph shall publish this
M. .
F. Administrator.
Wiggins Florida for
.. ... authority to sell at
1 *Hlut of Florida, do hereby give whpr.ln'plalnttf Order In next four weekly |H U*
A. Clerk of said 9-11 4t 102itOTH'K named Court and 'au..e. private mile the entire Interest
4I notice that a .CourfoTH'n H 10-16 ....k. dlvon-w. Ilradtord Wlnu. my hand and official Haiti Volley McKlnney Incompetent.In Oxford
". this September -
UI'NFHAL: PLl'TlON Telegraph shall publish 1o.I..rld. the real
frlv4s will be hId In lirailford County, > > 01" AI'IM.K'ATIOV! OK APPI.IC..T1OV this Order In next four weeklyIssues. 4th.1942.. estate. .010w"1 delcrlbed Get Out '
;L1 Htat* of Florida. nextsucceeding roil '1'\X"":":" .'OK 'vex ItKKl (OFFICIAL SBAL> A. J Thomas.As to-wIt Slippers
tiI ; the frr'tT': Monday In ("lenale HIM N... IB.'O 4Ornate Illll No. KB Witness 'my hand and officialseal Clerk of said Court. 9-1 H 10-2 Section' HWW' and NV-i of SE'4 We'l

November A. I). 1913 the said, :NOTICW IS IIISKKBY MVKN. NOTICI1 18 HKKKHY OIVKN.' at Htarke. Florida this H ptembcr 29. Township 6 South. Do For Mal
tl Tuesday beliin the That Llllls holder of Tax That Elvis Sullivan holder of Tax 22nd., SOTICM llange 21 t containing 120 \
Third Day of November CertifIcates No."blB and 68, Issue Certificate No. ,18H, issued the 2nd ( SI 142.OF"'ICIA" A..J. Thomas I This In to certify that I have acres, more or less alan Lots 1,

'Pf1tI For Representative I In t'onajrtiHN, the :2nd, day of September A. L*. day of September A. I). 1940 has \.I C.urt. filed my> Final Accountnl aa Ad. and uonvt Block 10 Sampson City,
Stale of Florida at large In 1940. has filed same In my office filed name In my office and nan. tle.'k .I 9.25 10-16 nilnlHtrutrlx: of oC Robert 4. Township 7 South, The Electric
the Heventy-elirhth Congress of and has mud application for a tax: made application for a tax deed 4 F. Clark and will on the 6th Range 21 Kami. Al of said lands S
the ITnllod States. d....d to bo issued thereon. Said to be issued. thereon. Said certificate day of <)ether 1A42 apply to the lylnK and In. Bradford

;t* For It..pr nentiitlve of the Second certificate embru.. the followlndescribed \ embraces the following described IV CIHI'CIT ('(It HT, DI..UFOIU County Judge of Bradford County. County. Florida.Which Shop
Conitr"srilonul IXnlrlct of the property In the County property In the County of, ('fit NTV. Klonlll Florida, for Dual UlHrhariro. said application will be Opposite
/:! of Florida In the HeventyclKhth of Bradford, State of Florida to Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: C'lVUV nclna M.; Clark, Adm'x.o based upon Petition now on file In Park D,
c,4 Congress ot the United wit: A strip 100 ft wide by 1200 ft LoalM Kent Galoway. Plaintiff vs. '-1 4 14-2 said Court. Thin September, 10,

HI a I en. NW% nf 8W'.4 Section 15 Twp

Fur Three Justices of the Supreme T H. It 20 K., containing 4u acres.
/. r Court of the State' of Florida. more or less, IH embraced under NOTICE OF ELECTION ,

e ; For Two Railroad Commissioners said Certlflrate No. 66.NK't .
of the Plata' of Florida. of UK'/' ; lees. H 6 A., 1>1.... 1 ftI

For One Member of the House of I Twp. 7 H. It. 20 IS., containing; 34
Representatives of the State of acres, more or lesS is emui, cia
Florida. under said Certificate No. 68. Under th. Constitution of 188S. ot toe. aid Board may use the ., funds pur berute the State 01 Florida tbau June 12. 1941. sid. Election Prermfi.' h.,
For Five County CommlsHlonere. The assessment ot the said prop. State ot Florida dm puss 9 blot created for said ot okIDI be veiled In a Oommtasion to Be to Bi mcijHive' ind n

For Two Member of the County erty under the said certificates No. Resolutions. oroposmii. amendmenis 10 or special road .bond "* .. eoUt. & o known as the Oam and Fresh Water A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing and except IUCB Dirt:u L I
Board of Public Instruction. 66 and &H Issued were In the name the Constitution at lb. State of Flor other unit nereunder. to ourehu rich Commission Sucb Commission so amendment to Article 7. Section 3. cinch numbered 0

For Constable In and for the fol- of' avld Colnman.Unless Ida. and tb. same were agreed to ovt matured or bond partlcf* ''ill consist of five members onen he Constitution of the State otP'lorlda east Of the WMt,s 1 l..
lowing Justice Districts, vie: said certificate shall beredeemed vote o< tores-fifths of all the mem- patlng Herein m.turnl or > each congressional district, asesisting o Relative to Census and Ao B.,. "8b"

according to law wlll theprOleaty biers elected to each Douse: that the other special road and bridge districter on J.nuar 1 IB41 wbo shallbe .. ,. bv Amending Section Another of the ai\Ie
described .
therein bold rote on said Joint Resolutions' were other special taxing district there appointed Governor subjectto of Mid Article e to oetlnat DI.trlc" Shall'
to the highest bidder at the- entered Of. provided said confirmation bv the The cmprI
AUTO PARTS upon their respective Journals that as to muu.dbd. Sfta.t Browsed County a wu OD
courthouse door the
on first Mon with the yeas and nays thereon ant *, the value thereof .an In..t- member e appointed .b.1 trict and designate Calhoun Countyand 1941. embraced I In III'
1:2.htl month of November vi they did determine and direct that shall be the one paid Iber..to. select one of their .Cb.l- Oulf County as a Senatorial District. trict No 3 at

USED TIRES (\VK HAVE November 1942.Is the 2nd., day the said Joint Resolutions b* submitted which shall not exceed the par .Iu. man of the Commission .. of the Mlnutrs d.lb I

YOUR Duted this 24th of tn the electors of the State at plus accrued Interest, and that saidInvestment a. Tb first Tnembers ot the Commission BE IT RE80LVTO BT TRW LBOI9- ralaslonen nf uld Count 0
SIZE day September
4' ), 1941. the General Election: to November shall bear Interest Irate the snail B* appointed on January LATURB OP THB 7LORIDA et seq. except Hit tftniof

AUTO GLASS CASH FOR (OFFICIAL ORAL) A. J. Thoma 1843. of three (3) per cent per annum.lo 1. 1943 .od shall serve respectivelyfor That toe STAT.eDcmaoc co In the aforeuid Emm I

CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY Clerk of Circuit Court of Wrad NOW THERrPORB L R A ORAT.Secretary ). Tb saId Board .b.1 .nnual.* one. two three four and rive Section 3 of Article Constitution numbered 24 ana 23 .
ford County Florida. 8-25 4t 10-1 nf State of the tate of use said f in a- years. At the expiration of each ofsuch of the State of Florida, relative Election Precinct' numb.
CONDITION. FlorIda. do oav current trm a successor shall b* ap to Census and east the wutcrg
hereby give notice that u iv nun IT (OlltT BHAI>FOHI> ... maturing. If anv .. for a term of five designating Broward B...

Used Autos $25 ('011 N1'V. FI.OHIU.1 IV CHAN GENERAL ELECTION bonds gasoline or other fuel tax year thirty-ninth (39> Senatorial tr : The Count OonnMn

up CKHV.Wllllo sin be held In each county. In Floridaon anticipation certificates ot such enunty I The members. ot lbS Commlaalou and Calhoun County and Ouf shall be elected in Did ,
Merle Palmer. Plaintiff vs Tuesday next lueceedln the tint or special road bridge district .ba1 reel"e no compensation for their as the fortieth MO 8D.torl.1 genera. election In 1M1 C

HASKINSAUTO Jim C. Palmer Defendant. Case No. Monday tn November. A. D IfrU. the or other .p"la saline .Ic.. ss sucb. but each Coromlaaloner be and the same .is to. flee for the term at t
2164. said. Tuesday belni the I dl.tl' thereof: eond to estab- shall receive his necessary traveling and shall be submitted to the sleetorsof which they I
PARTS OHDEU OK PITBLJCATIONANI sinking fnr aecoln I to met or other expenses Incurred while the State of Florida for ratificationor and their. .b.1 l..
NOTIfR TO APHRAIl THIRD DAT OF NOVEMBER future Nulm.nt of said bonds and engaged in the discharge of his Of. rejection at the General Election to be affected bv thu

North of Town on Road IS STATE OF FLORIDA to Jim C. for the ratification rejection'of the gasoline tlel tax ..ntl..IO.tloDcrtlll..te. fidel duties but such shall not exceed be beld on the Itn Tuesday after the thereafter there larstt

Palmer whose residence, I. Havan aid Joint Resolutions or proposlna where It appears. the anticipated tbs sum Of 10,0 I any oneyear. tint Monday No"embe. 11141 the Districts .h.1 l.
-j nah. Chatham County. Ueortrla butS Income fo any year or veers follows or.Otbli"
amendments to the Constitution of will not I puruaoee thl

w -0---0- -,- .... 01 .....,... __ __ ...,, SS*_u the State of Florida. via. thereon: eu.1 tllir..hedul.d anv payments. balance Commission C Among th. powers minted c Ut* Section 3. The Legislature that shall In his" Commlllonl ito tit
A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing out of of said two by this Section Ih.1 b meet In regular session A D. 1925 and but who
or.eda the power to fix limits f tho that meet ten years nated and elected tl
e every
Amendment IX of (tap I
an to Article the of said tales monthly bal .h.1 t
e.nt open and closed ., itate- thereafter the representation Large Every ,
Constitution of the State ol Florida veer be remitted bv said, tb.
Prompt Service Careful Drivers Relating to Taxation and Finance by board as follows* richly I80Tft wide Jllona or local basis aa I may \.P :and shallprovide Dade Count who still Wt
find and to for tort ) Districts. the general in m
.pprprl.t. el.lln
Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent to the State Road Department for the rella. a
manner method of such to ss nearly after to
Creating a State Board of Administration the "n.tctloD or reconstruction nl: tkll Dlat..tct ohln 01" 1
storing and using equal In ss practicablebut four years The
: Prescribing Its Powers ant Stat bridges within the tran'lprtlnK. bird. .
Duties and Providing for the use ot I county or fo the lease or PU.bM.. tr b.rlnl animals fresh watr no County shall be divided IE compensation of Ira Cl
Starke Taxi Service Proceeds ot Two Cent per Oallon of i of bridge eonnecttn State rptl. alDpblbl.n. m"lnr such apportionment. and mtssloneM. hall u "t
- the Oasolln or Other Motor Fuel Tax within the Count and twenty '20%I ". Ib.1 .11 powerto Dlatrl.t shall have one SenstorlProvided time provided bv l is.
for .equl all prop that Broward County. FlorIda. Approved b, tin Ocm !
11) the Payment and Retirement per cent to the Board of County Com onr.
ert ,. 1141
of All Outstanding Bond* Issued By of such county use on oela. useful en".DI..ot .bal eon.ttut. the Tnlrtvnlntb(39th
ml.lon. fO for
use the Comml lon In Lbs ( and Cal Filed In attics StctT
Any County or Special Road and -oad and brldcres therein. .
exercise. of Its powers bereunder County. Florida and Gulf Coun 28. 1941. a
Phone 150 Bridge District Prior to First Day of bon ,
> Bald Board shall han the .
July. A. D 1931. for Road and Bridge now,? to makeiand all rules S Tbe Commission shall appoint ,. ebal cn.tltute the For -
Purposes, and for (2)) Public HighwayPurposes. and regulation .otor.to the full the salary of. and at pleasure remove. tlet (40) : and a A JOINT RBSOttmOII Han
n."a. a suitable time the .
person as Director.and .am. LII.I.lure
exercise of the Amendment to SfCUralK
Day BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE : and no 'legislation shall h..b'" Iantf'd such and Director shall. base sucbpowers ale apportion the .. and In X of the. Conntltutlnn ri nKatlng
Night b duties Rouse of
OF THB STATE OF FLORIDA render this amendment. full force ssmav be prescribed Rore.nt.tl. to HomeitMd ud brto
by the Commission hall allow three "
Thai the following amendment to .nd o from and afterTanuarv in pursuance of aa to Permit Vain,
ratnl .f..el Its duties to each of five l.
under this the most
Article IX of the Constitution ot the The Legislature' Such pPUIM Income from an IOUIT tla
... Director
i shall and two (3)
- -.p-aas,. State ot Florida relating to Taxation hall continue the levies of said taxes subject to the approvalof rntl. Rp."r..o.tl. Due to any Person tluBnlaMy
and Finance by adding thereto an additional during the life of this A".ndm..nt I the Commlmlon.of. .ppolnt fix the e each of the ,next eltbt."D mor as Po"ld.d TImS.eSubject
and at populous counties and
section to be known .. Sea- and shall not enxct any law havlns I .IIlar. remove. .. Ror"fta. Olmlhm.nt.
end other tative to each of the
lion 14 of said Article IX cresting a the effect of withdrawing the nroceedtof .Iat't. .mploy. who tent of not moN 1
iuch ties of the State at the of mirhiDoortlonment I.D
State Board of ndmlnistrstlon: ore- said two '3rl e.nt. of said taxe .hnl be po"p" duties as 1m. the Court o .
SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE "scrlblnR Its powers and duties, and from the onersrlon of this smend- "or.lj.d t bv the Commission to Should LIlaturetan Pa"ldt Lie for ththm
providing for the us* ol the proceedsof ment The Board shall oav refunding DIretr. No Commissioner apportion th. r..nr.ntatl"n I Arliini, bit
shall be for the Senate and House of Representatives. Obll.lta.
two cent per gallon of the gasolln expenses and other exnennes for ser. ] aiitiM**
or other motor fuel tax for lit the Ices rendered for or which apolntmlne or employment. at any 1.1.session of Adoption Cnlr't tmradsi
payment and retirement 01 all outstanding .re properly .ll"n. the account : The funds resulting from the thl Lertl'Uu. at the times Further Providinn Bwrnmns,
AND ECONOMICAL operation ... .
of the
nf Commission and from d."lrnat. It shall be the dutyit *
bonds issued by any countyor anv count. from funds distributed the In Cases ol larm. a "
administration of the the Legislatures' sueeertin -
.nd.ellattne or
special road and bridge districtprior *o such eoirntvt but general' expense la. Twenty-five Dollar orr lit
to the First Day of July-I A. D nf the Board for services. rendered all oertalnlng to game such regular session of .the as to Nereiultlei 01 lllr 5DefIned
RIDE 1931 the alike shall be animals fresh arater-flsb. rpll.latnr. either In flnerist n R..
THE BUSSES for mad and bridge purposes counties orora 1 and amohlblans.. ov l. Lol.I.IU
and for '21 public highway purposesIs monn them and paid 1 nut of said r.ptl. together with to apnorrlon the retwen BF IT RESOLVED
funda snerlflcallv provided tat Inn In the Senate and In theHowe
funds on the ba.lc .aM tux
hereby agreed! to and shall be submitted nnm pro. for sui-ti I.ATURE Or THE STTBOFfl>
Courteous to the electors of the State ot feeds are distributed amonir the ... ourpO. shall eonltltlt.; the of Representative as herein
Correct Information State 0, That the followmi amradwiltlon
'* ,' .
Florida for ratification or rejection at "rnl counties: provided report nl by tho and .b..1 used rovt 'd The n "e-din. regular Fed- 1 Article X ol Itt
deem still or regular State Census. whtchver Q
the next General Election to b* Held 'sict expenses be mart" to each'tsidsr .h..1 l lment
lan fit In of Florida tuthorltlni
Given You out the shall have been taken nearest l
At In 1942.: a follows the 1..IAt", 010"110'
., hereof and for no other ou. "nv. apportionment of R.nre.'i'stivPii of any CUPS. .I"JI
"Section 16 ,a). That beginning tnd the of Leel.le'ire the Board.ay limit the exnenses -< Commission ins. not obligate.Itself the Senate and In the Rouse nf due any person .hi) ii RI"

UNION January lit. 1943. and tor fifty 150! beyond the current resource of .h" ". ponrrnl In makns family, ."ro.ldo tliwra"1
BUS STATION years thereafter the proceeds of two Anprnvrd by the Oo..emo May 1 state O'... Fund unless specifically. "reA..ntal.hal In the event tent of 25 l '" I

2cl cents per gallon of the total tax 1941. '0 author-lard by the 'he fall tn reannnr- Is hereby agreed to .'*J!

.levied by the State law upon gasolineand Fll. tn office Secty Of State. Mar 7. The Legislature may" enact anv "on t".I"I"t"r.IIh.1 In the Leerls-. m It ted to the .IPIOI n

other like producta of petroleum 13 1941. ..s In did or. but not Inconsistent i.rr. as reaulrert r..D..t.to.'jv this amendment the General Feet'on: now known as the Second Gas Tax. with the provisions of this amend .*. Onvernnr ball wlth'n thirty dsvfter In I94J ror their iPP" l llection
and upon other fuels used to propel ment. and (.11 existing laws Inconsist the edtrwrtirnent of the rwriilirs : thM U to *'JJ t*

motor venioiea.: than as collected ee sn A .JOIN RESOLtON .oplnl; ent herewith Ih.1 no longer remain "lop| "" the Levlalatur 50eether"I of Article X ..m'"fi"
placed monthly In the 'Stat Roads tl\tOD In force .and All laws fixing 1 consider thereto the followlni 9'
'WHY GO FISHING Distribution the State of Florida. to b* as i e.t.ardna.
? Fund' In the Stat Treasury penalties for the violation of the provIsion '>. 0 and Section 1-A Bit I
Section 3 of Article XVU. Relating question ""n"otlnn.n'
and divided Into three (3) of
equal & this W"i
Amendments amendment and all laws "irh extraordinary session of the Leflature wnges and Income
parts which shall be distributed. Imtn"! license taxes. hsll be en- Is ri rebv manrturnrllv _"lrei1 whatiinever due and <*'*"
MARKET"Fresh among countiesas the Llol.tu. from time '0 nnnrtfon the .enttloneniilrd as come due und twinS
bv this amendment before who Is the head ol' a :
On. part according to area one part That thC following Amendment to by fs ad end extraordinary Sf t.
ADPr".c the Governor May such >n this Ih.1 Jb
Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc. according to population and one part of b* known the &Section Constitution* of Article XVII 1041.Filed S ._'n..ralt 1.d for rearmortlonnt garnishment b'
present be and
according to the counties, contributions tl office 8"/tJf MaT """, not r "' "Ited tn e.nlrhe ..' list be
Fresh Meats, Live and Dressed Poultry to the coat of State road construction submitted the same la hereby the agreed to snail be ,,5 1941.A Stat ..no of tw..tv da.'. nf nt e" .... the e"A,. ma not d
to elector of the
Stat .
In the ratio of distributionas 5ga".4 eoC .. .
I. .tchalary
Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S orovlded In Chapter 1MS9. Laws ofFlorida. at the len.r.1 election of R..pre.ent. -.In"'.. such or d
ries ether than the nhll
Acts ot 1931. and for the purpose tives to b_ bell 1 the ,. Iii lr", RJOLtOI Pptna ...nnr'**4n*.-.-*. > by express payment orwquent Impl'
of the I-W
based on toamendment
tbe counties contributions for lbs Section 3. ft' at any regular O special vonstltutlon of Florida bv Addln '941.""r".d by the O".mo June 1. I1ld" be"

MARKETNext oost of State road construction the o extra session the Legislature ler"l 8 ,.dI10Da Section Reini the Lewislattire.th I.D41

amount of lbs contribution sstabItahed by .' of Ihr.-Iouh ol all mem l..ctloD Circuit Judges Piled tn office o Secretary ot State right or sarnwnmr..
by the certificates made ID 1931 bars shall de BE IT RB8OLVKD BT lune 8 1941 the al'
Door To New Method .1.cte .ab HoU. LEOI3ATUBa : vlded where .o'
Cleaners On Temple Ave. pursuant to said Chapter 1339.! shall aa emergency requiring OF THE STATS OP FLORIDA tier week .. t n.1

b* taken and deemed conclusive In an ..arI decision bv the electors of tne That Article. I of the Constitution nt A us may. from time 1 I
computing the monthly amount distributable UI.r. an amendment to this. the 9t>t* ol Florida be amended bv an .OIN. RJOLtOl Ppoelnl by the l.reIStstiiilAnplOyed l -

according to said contributions Cn.tltulOD dealing wltb the subject .ddlal u..t an additional Section Constitution. of the State VI Florida by toe (
Such fund. so distributed shall emergency may b*
pro Ino, Section 46 of aald Relating to County and Municipal *"
o* administered bv the State Board ol posed sod It the proposed Amendment i101! rl.tnl to be Election of Clr- Governments.B Fl'.4 in offict 9tY ]

From where I sit. .Administration.Ided.b .* Hereinafter pro of be agreed all the to member by a three-fourth elected to each vat? :Ie l.Judl" sod. and shall the".ssme. t l..reb.. TT EAC BT. TRW IWM9LATOKK 11. 1941. .

House the lam shall be entered t OP FLORID: I
ft' ( ) Phi Oovernor' as Chairman the upon of the Stat of
Stat. Treasurer and the State Cn&nplrolle their respective lournals with the yes JST ratification' or Poda That the following amendment &Article I. A JOfNT RLCO'tb. .

( shall constitute Dod, and nays thereon. Ter..upn. thessme Oeneral election to "Jee1o VIII of the Coo.ttuttoD' the. Amendment
a cor- on the
State ,
porste to o* Known as Stat vide .101 the Ll..laurl. aBI pro first Tuesday after the first Monday and ot Florida NI.tIDI Cot. tide XVI of the con.I"I'Ida
a special Municipal c
r Board ol Administration, Board n November 1942. a.emm.n. .
as follows
not less than ninety nor more than : numbered ArticleVTII R1.tlr. t. wilt
Joe Marshi succeed to all the powecontrol Section 48 8eitO 1 C
'4y and authority ot tae statutory Board on. hundr eighty day after ad circuit judge shall be Is b.rb.. agreed for B"Ip.l.
b. tions
of for publication n.r..n. elected the qualified band shall submitted electors R.I.le.
Administration Said Board shall b t LII
.. notice at watch special o eleto. of their respective judicial 01 the for
D. In addition to tbere. St.1 ratlfc.tloD O
sucb as CharItable
power Prp"BI
be lion proposed Amendment snail "r.ul Other State sAd County rejection at .. 0
may conferred nLTB
upon It By law. the b .
management, submitted to the elector of the flel. electtd. to held la 1942. to-wlt: IT RL50t
control No..mbe.
I MISSED: getting my hair eat this Judge Cunningham and 1 were of the proceeds ot ld. two.rcl"'c': ': for that approval If or rejection: provided shall The be first.iJleetlon. o Orel Judge Section 11. The County Commlsloners OP I.11 sATo

.. morning cm account of the-scrap talking about It this evening, sit of said which taxes and on the all moneys effective and date otberassets of tatives if a general tn occur election within ol laid,Represen period ID 1945 r t lake ottc...a .Election* first elected. at of the Dade general County election who shall In 1942 t>e *mendment t 8ecitneXVl ''
collection. o
ting on the front porch and baying this amendment are applicable or may such Amendment then be abmlt. red.. after Monday to hall Immediately after the nt the cnn.tlUIO
When I climbed Into the barber a sociable. beer together.We oecome applicable to the bonds Of lb.several to the .It at such .n..m ee- I.n.. 1949. for a term 01 .1.. yeara of their terms of oflc. be0Dlnl of Florida of ,r.e
of .U ..propertyxemotion"
counties ot this State or any tlOo 'Ul such office as they Dade County Into n. Com
chair, Bay says to me: agreed that the way this special. road and bridge district or U a majority Of the elector' voting shall' 'severally suet at the time of missionersDistrict' be numberedby edintIit5i"" "lf.nlelp.1 "
other speclsl district upon the proposed Amendment anS"0.0' thIs Amendment the C .,. J
taxing thereof snail b. said from one OUT"
"Sorry. Joe. Ain't got time for town went all out to collect scrap issued prior' to July 1st. 1931. for road adopt the Amendment the earn shall ae hereby extended.b.1 to five Oomt.lone.. 'b. or CbSfltsblP "
today. We're was a Illustration and bridge become a part of this on first tmln.te deloete. U herebv ,,
yon closing up this pretty good of purpose Th* word Constitution first Monday JanuarylwS-. boundaries of such ST submitted t o' l1' :
j how Bond* ss used herein mall Include This Amendment shall not be held to In manner to Include within the re- _
morning at ten. Democracy works.. Mo need to l
""If Hire uoer* de. Approved by the Oov Stats of nnl'
mrrttntf o""te anit other anywise' vffef* <". rnor. ,Jun pectlve District territory as follows- .
r And then I remembered. Tide crack a whip no need to pass a forms ot indebtedness usued for rosa exiatlng p..aO ol the Constitution IIIl 1 O. of said Commissioners' Dis' rejection .t th l9'a,1,"
Piled In
law jut self-determined and bride purpoase by any county ov relating t Am.Ddm.ol but shall b te offlcs Stale the to be held ,
folks 0 8.t comprise
wa the the 1 a tert 5'ctilifl I'
) day town had agreedto special road and bridge district or regarded method 'U. : 11141. which on the let day. the said I' ,
working hand In band to get a job other Amendment the
drop .FJthla.-.nd I mean special taxing district out- thereto 1941. embraced within Election Precincts Cnn.ttlllo"
; ..,.r ""-and collect scrap for done for their own people. tending on July let. 1931 or anv reundins Approved bv the 0.0 Ma*. S A JOINT RE8OLOTIO14 numbered 24 to 33. Inclusive 'Ida .
'issue thereof an Amendment to PpoelDI and also such Precincts follows
Article parts
Sid B.r
Uncle Sam. 0 S C hall bav the statutory 0 I'ie 1 office sn> ot .ta$*.. May ft the Constitution ot adding numbered 1O. o. e and HI a* Section 1. T'tilt."
Boards at Floia
County .
CommissIoners thereto .01
east Blaeavn corpnratloni
; Yes sir 1M&A Permitting of the western .hn of S"
the drugstore the cor, Because: from where I sit that'swhat Bond Jtee and of anv other the 1..I.tu to vast the Power as,.. all .established. a resolution rorooratlon w"lb, .I
ner garage, Sam Abernethygen- road and bridge JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 0' .. 5i""o'n<' of the .. .. hip or b"rl 101
we're fighting for-the right dl.tle. and other special sums dis latin, to Re.I.tln. R of Cnl. Cml.loD.
eral store-every place in town an Amendment to ArtIcle IV of the & said County 1. mis nf t rd. wh"-
to work together of wltb regard to said Constitution Watf 0 l n".
our of Salt
own ac the State of Florida P Water Resolution -h.'d .
except the poet office -closed up cord. To do the job because Bonds. _r"c.p, that the oowsr to levy Relative_ to tile Executive Deoartmenx. ID a ov Plua. 10T7- d.ll.t .,' r 'In"u-
we "*' .... CotmlloD
Is withheld '
tight today from 10 to 5. e ,1 .prl. ay Adding an an caotvrr Another the Districts Shall <.c, tn t..tlen
want to, not because somebody all from .Id onard and obal take over thom to tller .Addltlno.i-s- LATUR. or TUB STATg 8Y T Lbr eomprls o .1 and only. the he held ":"t tr'entlfl"

: C S C tells us to. And when the job's Dpel da.Dte ad records Water Fish Commission. That 8Iteeo tt. lent. the 1st day letst 0p.fou1'h 5'
done to relax tm.. Si Board BB IT RESOLVED B TITS LEGIS tutlon ? lbs, 0 Consti- -Ml. embraced tn mlnlolpl
as we see fit. hall bs.* tbe Florida Ommt-
And ought to the result power to LATORS Stt be fratlrcal
yon ace Ime to taaue refunding tm. OF THB STAT 0.FLORIDA: amended t>y an 1- District No 4 and .rarV.. ,0:.
I piled up in front of the Are h_. And the Judge agreed. U. point sure within the wid mtv Bond. (SOi ens That the t lionel 8tlof 10 b. 'Do Section addi. Io.n' D.trl' as described in roses providldlenS lint r P
veer Article "
.' One hundred and fifty tona of ed out that one of the thing that mnds period fo an* of said outstanding Stat* of I Florida or the CoUttlO of Execu. 3 Of. Atcl.' 1*.. \lr..lol.. the Commissioners Mtnut of County the County at I. ohAI 17 .;Blnf ni( ,

metal that had been helps folks la Interest thereon and to se- lICe Department "I.tl. u. LI..I.u. lbs Iw.r ad ,". ConttitU" "
lying around get together just c. them b? a Olede. 01 b. adding 'h."t a ml. sad o m.Il .104 *, _,I 'o tb'O"IHI.

in attics, cellars and back yardsof what we were doln now. "tt from such kaaoline.DCClpet. SecMon additional 30 S..eloa Artlcl to be "salt. .alo" Of.a.I.tlol fish. 1 District Atb. of the said Commissioner Aoproved. bv 4

oar town since Charlie Jenkins It's great after a good d.,'. count* to oerein be distributed provided but to tush a Oam end Fresh .Water* IV.P.I creating co,,,. IDIloD w.tr Dluete the a hard..o 0Gm- which ..ea the comprise first dnv the terit riled 1 Im' S
not hereby
great-grandfather. Joined with .t a q'IOD be and the sam* hareBy aDd .. 1941. In CemmlMtoner Dis- 11.
op work, to be able to have a chat and cr *ter rate nt interest than 1 .h.1 eb.c June !
lid and shall Be abmttt 1 .
f the Texas Rangers.That's bonds now besrand to ttiue. I abrltte) tn ot t' dearrlbed tn Book vPtes
a glass. of beer if yon want to. .."II.n.on Behalf of soy oounrv sell o for J.t of the Stat "oda for rtlllIo C ".'f'ID at the minute f the County Com T.PrnP5"1 .rn41

t t almost 200 Ibs. of metal .fa The ,ole' Purpose of O .tltl..rloD. or rejection I on I mIlnoe. of ODty. at pegs 194 .Id doeloIIO.
bonds .Ir.. On. retloDto Be Beld on the first I also, an caynasa.thereof )
lid issued bv the first shall
NeD : .
for every man woman and child in oecial road and district, tht first Monday In ., sssr::. : DJ was on the first day &ol.WIII.r .nd rBweearulatlnns *
brld. or tD November fOlowe mo"
Just other aa follows- embraced In Election for
our town. shows you-when 11.1 district thereof 11. 8ectlo The Pnte bi I.-
8ce flA.u1l.Ii Section Prom and after Jannarv 3 Jlll.t1 may toted 75 to 83. -si
3 ID "
f"1 ot
American citizens .In. r las anticipation FodeII
out.to do o 8
go a I | the 8".d the
.t beerln interest at manacement erstorsfonftmntou now et ., o .CollloD. 'd b' *** **or>Ml(1 Resolution No t t s
Dot ttou may
job for Uncle Sam do it ana Tol.e'
they right. more
by e.ted
*t (Jl oer cent oer an- the fl.lloa 0 tt authority to make and 10 .
gam fur
Duos in d..nmlnaton. and ma- sod bl.c b0. .' amd .tb'lb Another o the mM Dte shall end am..t.
-. hinDs at sues 1m. the rif" 'N' Stat of 10 unUotuity Of Wltb"t. r8ard CPr .t .0 tns stati 0 agii :
1501 year period the Board lb .uttloD.tbUab. conservation I'. '
mav =d&b of eels 1941. em

No. 48 of; Series Cupjfrigkl 1943. Brewing tnduOry '.........1 dferln.powers II DOW addition_. la by xrclaln statute nVl.I"1?**. "usrlsa. reruns"' o Apprpasg salt water by the producta Ouv*.* water fun Jn escribed Commissioners In District NO ... SEAL I"h"a a -

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SUCCESSFUL Kathleen Norris Says :

5 PARENTHOOD Divorce Sometimes Is Justified

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Having had as yet no large-scale dren with during the day sign up r rt tI

war emergencies to meet some are for an evening course when Fathercan w
beginning to question the Importance be on duty at home. \

of First Aid courses and other One of the greatest benefits of a .... :. ;z \I \ ir I
steps to nursing made available Red Cross course Is getting rid of '
rM since the war began. Why anyone one's half-baked ideas about whatto :'I:
should doubt the value of having do In an emergency or how to
learned something useful even make a preliminary diagnosis of & 1fz
is :
though ;you may not have been Illness. For if we knew nothing :4' : .f
M/ W called on to apply your knowledge we'd be better off than knowingthe '
1 i Is difficult to aee. Certainly moth wrong things, many of whichwe i
w. ers need have no such feeling of half remember from childhood. k\ J-

i* wasted effort for even if the bombs Another thing, your course will
are kept away from our homes the
make you more safety conscious so t
shortage of doctors and nurses will that ;you'll spot the pitfalls In your;
mean that every mother who has own home which might otherwise
equipped herself to look after the of of the
have been the scene one
minor ailments of her own familyis million acci
nation's three yearly
making a direct contribution to I
: Iients.'I'here'may. I/ .i; rrj
winning the war. )
be epidemics before r
-- generation of
Perhaps no parents
F'b the war is over since wholesale disease -
has professional servo
depended on
Have a Real all Supper! has always been an accompaniment -
ices in supervising their children's
(See Recipes Below.) health so much as the mothers and of war. The woman whois c
fathers of today. This has been an trained to nurse her own familyor

Llball Supper Football Supper health enlightened of today's policy and young the superior people neighbor lend a will helping prove hand her to value a sick as i 1 \\1J1

Spaghetti Creole proves its soundness. But It should surely as those who have replacedmen
Bfor fall naturally bring Tossed GreensCorn bread never have resulted In a mother's In factories making war ma-

'I favorite game, football -Apple Pandowdy loss of ability to nurse a child at terlrts or entered the military serv- : J
and foodi Football Brew home or to keep the doctor's visits Ice directly. .' \ tMy
of the Red Cross Is JJ
\ that go well after Recipes Givenof to a minimum. Now with doctors'and The ambition \J /
I It nurses' time at a premium to have 25 per cent of the adult \
your responsibility as a home nurse population trained so that they will
] makes no difference cannot be shifted except In cases know what to do when human life : i1
cooked beans
in french
I whether achieve this
you To
of serious Illness, so If you baven'talready Is endangered. : '
I have been to one dressing for 20 minutes and add to done so. take advantage ol one-out-of-four status U it Is at all

:' of the big game salad bowL Add more trench dressIng ,the many opportunities being of. possible either father or mother of !
or whether you and serve. fered to take a First Aid or Red families with children should be ;
''f/,1 are going to feed A 'bit of the something different Cross home nursing course If you among those qualified to act effectively

the hungry crowdS for the menu is provided U ;you haven't anyone to leave the chi! in an emergency,

who come in from serve this salad: / second husband daughters rift the ice bo*. II. thinks eitrythinf they

j the nearest available Chlffonade Salad do it right. The girls tuy they are always. busy uiMi outuje activities and have
WCTU GLEANINGS no limn for ham duties .
rmost thought in your Combine cooked, cubed beets with

hot, appetizing food. rlced hard-cooked eggs and minced HORSEHOME JUST MINUTE! KATHLEEN NORRIS .

agement dictates a de. onion. Marinateand (Hy Roy u. ."'lUDun. 'I'aMtor Calvary By AN EXCEPTIONIn

lish that you whisk out of serve on crisp Baptist Church, Tampa, 8200 /s KNOW you hate divorce her advice to Norma

I crisp salad for balance romaine or let Florida) I I I ,and never advise it," Drown,Kathleen Norris makesan
|t to the meal, and a tuce. You can Afternoon Dress
turn out a chill Frequently I hear someone nay I writes Norma exception to her ruleagainst
dessert. Your.crowd
t don't con carne In no "I do not believe that Cod would' Pattern No. 8200-There .Is a "but I want to know what divorce. Usually, she
too forget
ply, io pleasing and original charm in this
grown-ups and a hot, time and it's a 2 eD Hen>l one of His children to hell afternoon dress owing to the bands you advise in my case. f eels, divorce is just a lazy and I

Ink for the children. wonderful dish on ly I agree. But the objector starts. down the front which become a flat "Two ago, after an immature way of settling
(( these eveningswith with the belt treatment. A center
mg special for the tablee unscriptural assumption tering I grievances that are far lest important
will a fall tang in the air. The Author of Stst.r Mity't Kitchen that all men are children of God. panel carrying an unbroken line ideally happy mairiage, I than the integrity of
touching-up bring
kidney beans tomatoes and ground from low neck to hem emphasizes was left widowed with a boy
All are His creatures, none are
and the
(live oh's and ah'i from when the home unity of
height too wear
1 and guests. Perhapsfew meat blend In delicious flavor; Sweet cider always Is the first His scriptural children except suchas this your dress. Side bodice you pieces to of 5. I was crushed, bewildered family group. Read Norma i

chrysanthemumsarden Chill Con Carne have harbinger of sort autumn of to us back who are adopted Into His family be set have the ample fullnessfor young, and within three Browns letter carefully' before '

[ or you might try (Serves 8)) ground any because we knowthat country cider and regenerated by the Holy those who have larger figures. months I suddenly married to yourself that
tier small 2%! kidney beans John 1:12.13: : Gal. 3:26): ) Pattern No. 8200 Is designed for you ay
a few, novelty, cups making follows the picking of fall Spirit ( short an old friend, a chiropractor, problem too, can only be I
Size 38, with your
sizes 38 to
I make into center- 1 large onion sliced He sends the devil's children
up a apples. Not that there aren't elders only
sleeves takes 4V4 yards 35-inch: a man I had always regardedas solved by divorce. And remember -
oth in the burnished fall 1 chopped green pepper other than apple. I know a cherry to hell. He never sends one of \
|ep brown bright yellow 1 pound ground beef cider that's delicious pear isn't His children to hell.. They all go materiaL an advisor, an older brother. that you may lose I

eyou will mark you as 3 tablespoons lard bad and peach Is worth going miles to heaven. Jesus said that the My mother was furious, more than you gain by divorce. I

Ihose eye Is ever on the 3H Cups tomatoes to taste. But somehow sweet cider Son abldeth (In the house) forever. and would not forgive me for It it still a last retort, and
means apple elder to me and I remember
I season. 1H teaspoons salt the childrenof is 49 he had things muse be very bad Indeed
Since are' Fred
Paprika the piles of fruit in the we Nam*...i............................. months. ; it it worth the
[he food! And such food orchard ready to load Into the God yea. heirs of God and been recently divorced; he be/ore sacrifice

lit you serve spaghetti 3 1 bay whole leaf cloves wagon for a trip associate to the cider cider press.withHallowe'en Joint heirs with Christ, our Inheritance Aeld,...........u.................... has two daughters, who were then it inevitably means
casserole Maybe you
[ with of
plenty Is just as sure as takes them
Hirt 13 and 19. Their mother
1 tablespoon chill powder frolics and autumn par.
cheese for extra good- and ties and have never tried using it it"", Once a non always a son. ...................................... off for every other Saturday coming "My mother is well-fixed; she has
Brown onion green pepper in.your everyday: menus. Try it This Is true naturally and spirit back to dine with us on Sunday always despised Fred; she would

laghettl Creole. meat In hot lard. Add tomatoes this fall and enjoy this homely old ually. Nam of p llberves( 8)) and seasonings. Simmer two hours American concoction to Its utmost.
Ellen. In and I could be of real help to her.
pg spaghetti adding water If necessary.: Add Use It as a beverage with an Constitution Day. 1942 A 1'lecJlen..newed. Pattern No........ fo... ..... "We have house Fred's for she takes summer boarders and
a large' ;
hopped beans and heat thoroughly.Corn autumn dinner. Well chilled it adds .
: zestito other autumn foods. Send IS ent In roin "fur offices are In It, also a room for has a few boarders all the year. But
rile bread is a delightful variation Ham baked In cider cider frappe. On September 17, 1787 our Seth pattern di'."..ri' t"* the nurse. This nurse who is friend. she keeps a fine colored cook and '
for any kind of dinner but is fathers adopted the Constitution.Now her daughter and what I would do
jellied cider salad and mulled elder Patricia Dow Pattern ly enough to me expected to marry
: I especially welcome if you serve the are a few suggestions for adding we are fighting to defend 106 W. nth St., New York N. Y my husband when he and I eloped.I would be only light work. I am
| to puree golden wedges at :your football supper. variety to your menus that precloua heritage- fighting never knew this until lately. They thirsting for escape and for freedom.

natoes Piping hot Is the order of the e for our lives as free men and had been engaged for a long while Fred. I suppose, would Immediatelymarry

Worcestershire saucer day: "Lady-bug. lady-bug fly away women. To-day on Constitution and although she laughed about It his nurse.
home! Only we hope the ladybugwill THERESSA
-Corn Bread. home in Day, we reaffirm our faith in when she told me, the fact that she What She Would Do.
make her our gardens
und beefs MIA Ida IlaRan
1 cap yellow cornmeal and houses because these tiny "the power that hath made and By did not leave him Indicates to me "She practically told me the other

Yt cup wheat floor beetles with polka-dot wing feed preserved us a nation", We renew Mrs. Mildred Burke and sister that she likes him still. : day. that In my place she would pack

and garlic peeled and 1 teaspoon baking powder upon plant lice and scale insects. -our pledge that nothing shall Miss Elizabeth Phillips were "I have no servant; It Is impossible I the girls off to school and get in a ,

run through It) in the H teaspoon salt The lady-bug places about twenty stand in the way of Victory hoping! In Jacksonville one day to get anyone to come here for I good servant so It may not be all

>utter, slowly. Remove 1 beaten egg eggs In a cluster on the undersideof thatis That our children shall inherit a last week. what Fred will pay. The girls do roses for him but that Isn't my af

tomato puree; tomatoes J4 cap milk badly a leaf infested usually with: on aphids.a plant When land bled with the Freedom of Mrs. J. L. High tower of Law- nothing not even make their own fair. My husband has never shown

re sauce salt and pep- 1 tablespoon melted batter the eggs hatch into grubs these our forefathers, bequeathed to us tey Is spending several weeks beds; they cbme and rifle the Ice any affection for Ellen, my baby

meat in additional fat. Silt flour and mix with other dry grubs Immediately begin to devourthe in the Constitution of the United with her brother D. J. Phillips box of my custards or sandwiches; and my old doctor told me as a

j two mixture and cook very ingredients. Combine egg with milk insect pests with a more vicious Statea.-One of the finest thingswe Frank Kelaay, who lit in the everything they do Is right in theirfather's Joke that her father's welcome of a
[ hours. Cook Add than the beetles themselves third daughter was a hearty curse
spa- and add to dry ingredients. appetite Sometimes Mllly the
the week eyes.
can do just at this time Is to armed services! spent
salted water. Drain Intoa have. In fact these beetle.ure "Well. I have written
melted butter and pour batter Mr and nurse helps me clear the table; nobody you my
Prohibition his
back National end with parents
hot water. Place In well greased pan. Bake in a hot so effective that the state of bring else helps with housework problem. Am I justified In gettinga
Merole California maintains a barracks Thereby destroying our country'sworst Mrs. A. H. Kelsay.
first spaghetti about 25 minutes divorce, In your opinion?
(425-degree) oven cooking, marketing and the baby's
where they are kept in readinesso within our borders. Mrs. J. A. Milllken and children
sauce grated cheese be found in enemy It was a foolish union from the
Apples can generous needs and laundry. I am exhausted
out In of an outbreakof
send case .
until From the National ,Voice. Sylvia and Glenn spent
casserole is full quantities now, so use them for scale In the vineyards and with fatigue most of the time; I first for anyone with eyes in her
an additional slice of thrlftlness sake. To save on your orange and lemon groves (Furnished and paid for by the we,k-end with Mr. and MI'". A. L. never catch up. Both girls are In head could see that such a house/

sired. Bake in a slow sugar this recipe calls for part molasses So when the chill of frosts sends Starke W C. T. U.) Sullivan. high school and they claim that with hold was no place for a young wife

oven 45 minutes. and part sugar: these lady-bugs into the house greet Miss Hazel Phillips Is spending first-aid classes after hours and gym and a small boy. Yes I think you

we to the Spaghetti Cre- Apple Pandowdy. them warmly. SAMPSON CITYBy the week In Ocala visiting Mr, and Junior Red Cross they are always would be justified In legally ending a

p en vegetable chilled to (Serves I) However crickets If have are more somethingelse than Mrs. S. E. Jones and Mrs. J. A. Milliken and chil busy and have no time for union that never was real marriage,
again. you
It'aIdea dren. and In living hereafter for
home duties.There.
1 Recipe Pastry proverbial one "on the hearth
W. H. Smith and Mm. Mrs. WILmot Brown mother and children. It Is a
Mrs. Mr. and ;your
4 caps sliced applesM get rid of them because they are I* No harmony I
e. awith salt very destructive. They will eat almost Gilbert Brown ,were shopping in and children of Hellbronn Springswere I strange thing that a man like Fred
teaspoon "This would perhaps not be so serious -
cinnamon anything-leather, all kinds of Starke and Gainesville! Friday. visiting their daughter Mrs. can present the prospect to various I
s fuU H teaspoon bookbinding and uphol If they were my own children women so charmingly that they are I
nutmeg fabrics, Mr and Mrs. H. H. Thomasof Calvin Hall here last Saturday. '
K teaspoon between
but there Is harmony
is old
powder an
ands stery.: Pyrethrum willing to sacrifice common sense
Earlton were visiting friendsand Bobble Hall of Starke was visiting
Z: tablespoons buttercup it them and PhiL They ;
an and effective eradicator Blow my own son, and reason to leap Into matrimonywith
relatives here ,Friday. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and
H molasses behind him all the
greensgelher ( l with a powder puffer tease and annoy time I him; certainly his office nurse
and furniture and under E. D. Jones was attending to family over the week-end. He
jIT: : )4 cap sugar draperies and my husband blames him. has had chance to study the
I' every
) tart i ? U'cup water any article that gives them shelter. business In Jacksonville Thursday Miss Ruth Sibley spent the would like to send Phil to his sister situation

french dressing' Divide pastry into two portions The dusting should be repeated ev and Friday. week-end with the MU e. Horne who has children about his age butI
sure That you were young, plunged in
'oed until are
f hate Greens. and roll thin. Line shallow baking ery day have or banished the crickets. Mr., and Mrs. Lonzo Goodge and In Hampton. will not consent. Fred is passion grief and that ;you had always;

and separate Into dish with pastry. Mix apples salt you Pyrethrum Is a good remedy for Mr. and Mrs. Bogue Wynn of Mr. and Mrs J. D. Grlffls were ately devoted to his daughters andover looked upon Fred as a sort of big

tully several large spinach spices and sugar and put In pan- silver !fish too. Dust behind books Starke were here on a fishing business visitors to Jacksonvilleone and over. again he will plan for brother and guide Is your excuse;

washed and shred- Combine molasses with water and and shelves. In cracks In woodworkand trip Saturday.Mr. day last week. them some outing that doesn't Include I hope you'll be a little more careful

lettuce" leaves, or small pour over fruit. Dot with butter floors and any where these lit and Mrs T. C. Thomas and Mrs. A. M.\ Jones Mrs.' J. L. ma. :He takes them to movies about a third experiment. At 27

Used whole among cover with remaining pastry press tle pests are seen.starch Since they they can part do daughter. Mrs. Mabel Lewis visit Hightower and Mrs. Mildred buys them whatever they want : you still have plenty of time to consider

Shred three carrots edges together and trim. Bake In a Ocularly like to wall paper and bonk ed Mrs. Thomas' mother and sis Burke were In Starke Monday and this summer, during the very the serious thing that marriage

J jmall onion and toss moderately hot ((425-degree! ) oven 15 real bindings damage In general or stiffly ter. Mrs Josle Hall and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cloversettle hottest weather went away with I Is.Fred J
Marinate 1 cup minutes. Lower temperature to starched fabrics In particular. Mamie Ellis. Saturday.Mrs. anal daughter were visiting Mrs. them for two weeks, leaving me at could dispute ;your divorce I

slow ((325: degrees) and bake 30 Ary Brown and son Ral- Cloversettle's parents. Mr. and home with the small children. for In your state nothing that he t

minutes. Remove from oven chop BOATDRAINBy ford of Pine Level visited relatives Mrs. W C. Loper, Sunday. "This treatment has opened my has done is actionable. But if he is !

lrnn Rays: top crust Into fruit return to oven Mr.. Z. Z. Griffin here Sunday. Mr and Mm. Dan Bailey and eyes to the fact that I don't love thinking of marrying his nurse he

P Card: The secretary and continue baking 1 hour. Serve Dviggar 'Jonea and J. C. Sapp children were visiting relatives In him; I don't even like him and I may not Interfere with your going to \
'are. Claude Wickard with butter or with plain or whipped Miss Opal Morrell spent Saturday to Gaines. never will again. What he neededwas Reno to establish a six-weeks' resi 1
made a business trip, Keydtone Heights Sunday.
oe"CI that meat ration. cream. night here with her two slsteru a working housekeeper and in dence.
vine Monday.Mr. We to hear of
are sorry
r. In prospect Football Brew. these times he would have to pay Unjust Treatment. '
so learn Blow and Mrs.
to Mrs. Lyle C. and Mrs. Lucian Thomasof A. L. Sullivan's Illness and wlt.h
cut down on meat Use 1 heaping teaspoon decaffeinated her a good fat salary One would like to be able to get :l
P St cuts each C. A. Grlffls. Ft. Myers visited his aunt him a speedy recovery. "I slave and all and mind of
wlU be availa- coffee, regular grind for struggle day Into the a man like that, to
prepared to learn how ,water. Pour cold water Into Mrs. Ida Chase spent the week Mrs. S. E. Jones MOnday. Friends of Mrs. Rosle Constantine far Into the night and my rewardis find out just what he thinks he Is. r

Y dlIYt'rent thing with pot cup' or percolator. Set percolator end with Mrs Z. Z. GrlffLs. Mrs. Charley McKinney spent are glad to know that she that Sally won't eat this and Eunice an Cast Indian Sultan or Supermanor r

have. basket with coffee In It. Cover. Let Catherine and Christine a few days in Jacksonville with Is able to be up after receiving won't eat tha; little Phil is sent what? Not only to Impose upon
heese and fish are obI percolate 15 to 20 minutes slowly her daugbter-in-law who, under injuries in an automobile accident away from the (able to wash his you himself but to allow two untrained J

moderate prices and and gently. Calney returned home Sunday went an operation there.COLDS. last Saturday night on Road 28 hands or comb his hair, and Fred selfish girls to walk rough 1

rtul props In place of give ixpcrt after spending a while In Lake near Keystone Heights. Mr. and comments, kindly enough on' my shod over you; to restrict your t ,
Lynn Chambers can you
are aU rich sources of advice household and food City with tbelr aunt Mrs. MoaeFouse. T. Feller. Mrs. Louis Neal and Miss\ Jane own apcearance. 'Is this the pretty purse, criticize your appearance 4 I'
.Ieh II one of the main on your hr Vtttorn N ff Mt..," '.' Hubbard of St. Petersburg are girl I Married?' He also questionsall poison ;your !first joy in your baby bya I
Write al Mrs. Fouwe returned with '
meat. problomt. South Dtiplamesstreet spending a few day with Mrs. bins and has asked me twice if curse at her sex and abandon you

Plies are short Its paper Union 210 IlLnou. I'lfue ..nclussa them and la spending a week with J' 1.1..... Constantine during her convales I ever got money from the stores whenever he wants to go on a pleasure j',

You dispense with the Chicago ull.ddr..l envelope for her sister Mrs.' Ralph Galney. 666 cence. She wishes to thank those and had it charged on the bill. My trip Is to treat you as though

JOn P"r POt measure a. stamped, Gene Griffis of Jacksonville .as'::...pm who rushed her and Fred Mason heart Is broken but that doesn'tmean you were merely a mechanical device -
of reply, N u.
"Vlnl. your I have to break back In his household and not .
week-end my a woman
Union. the with his .
ael.ewd by western Newspaper spent C..aa Uv..rTry and the other Injured ones to thedoctor's
I too. all t
Mlt.a.MyTW.s.erf.l at
family here. Llrare.f office. .

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to save the house. However according Prior to that time he spent four named Court and cause, wherein
H. II. S. OPENS Farm Machinery Board Ends Year plaintiff Keek divorce. Bradford ownTlc ""F
MONDAY IN NEW PLANT to Fire Chief R. C. Bu- year in the Navy. County Telegraph shall publish this B I \ 'I.c"nD.\" I.

To Be Rationed The Board of County Commissioner ford. the firemen were successful Mr. Sloniker l la the second Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and official IHXIIH. Hot Avenge IoIpr"'Ie'", "1.', I 13nwr\ r::.

(Continued from page one) In t'peclal session on the in preventing the spread of the member of the local American seal at tarke, Florida this 1Iep.: November. Arkii.'n iced'. N.

Temporary rationing of farm last day of the old fiscal year- fire to surrounding property. Legion Poet to go Into active service ember 29th.. 19f2. named gdr, j. t''
Conv..nlpn'f'MAnother J. Thomas idt In I
More feature machinery went Into effect Thursday Wednesday, Sept. 3O--spent the during the present world Aa Clerk of nald (Court i aunty T :: ."k''I : 11

la the covered Important pun age-way new which Sept 17 received according by to County an announcement morning writing checks paying: Now An M. P. struggle, the first being MayorN. Knight &: Knight(OFFICIAL Starke. Florida REAL. 01"1..,. o,." ",%".a t/'412> ',ArIIIIgV:

of thepchool off obligations and cleaning off D. Wainwright Jr., who is at Attya. for Pit. 104t 10-23 Wit" "u ""k
connects all units ti. T. Dyer from the Federal Meal al 1 NtIikn halld
three for Agent the old slate for the new year A. It. Slonlker. former employeat an Air Force training school In lentbet f0th l ; t41f'I'J"d.' /
t possible of .
Department Agriculture which began Thursday."We A Camp Blandlng fire department IV ( IHTI IT ('Ol'n'r. III''IJ''ORIJ I'
students to pass of Miami. ( O-VTlf. PLOIIII, IVWilliam l'IIA
and Rosier
teachers James Lawtey, present N. .
won't have much to do has enllated as an M. P. ('IsRY. \" f Ink tl
4 from One part of the chairman of the County AAA, )NOTICE UP APPLICATION Scott. Plaintiff vs. Ruth Knight \
Before he was 45: years of age, & tfu'ghttlMFD7R
the others In all kinds of weather automatically becomes chairmanof at our regular meeting next Monday" SOIl T\X DEED Scott Defendant. Cane 0.'t 7 for, pit' !
Last said a member Wednesday he tried to enlist, but was refuMed. ("mat* Hill No. t1l3) ORDER OF PUBLICATION at1aAtty.-
without undue exposure. the Cou'ity Rationing Committee Soon thereafter he re- NOTH'W 18 HEREBY (1IVEN. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 2Iv
but not the least i m p o r tant Mr. Dyer said. Two other "unless we have some delegation That T. J. Alderman holder of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth 'Ute'II'r' I hr
I and was. accepted. numbered rexpertIvvly. Scott whose residence (011"' .
of the !) applied Tax Certlfloatea la Unknown. "
, features will be named later. 'LOllJh ,
among the new members No. 166. 172, 314. 317. 319 You are required to appear on ('Kit y.Howard /1
B. H. S. la the new central f Originally from Pontiac. Mich., and 320 .I..dh foil day ofsupteutber November 2nd., 1942, in the above RIIt'exter
new For purposes o rationing A. D. 1940, has filed named Court and lift .. .
/ cause wherein
; heating plant. "It is a crude 011lIell..toker farm machinery; Is divided into Small Reno Fire he and his wife came to FloridaIn name In my fo..tt'.T' : dD ead.tag: i plaintiff tiueka divorce. Bradford fendant.OROER. Annjuxtine tlllly' ,.

Ku" plant controlled by three classes: 1. Items that may 1934, living In St. Petersburg application Issued thereon. Order County In Telegraph next four shall publish this (oP'

thermostat In each building which be sold only upon approval of the The fire alarm sounded about until two years ago when they Said certificate. respectively embrace Witness my hand weekly and official IKKUBM. ANt NOTICE' Pl'A ToP;' ',
L will Insure even temperature", committee. 2. Items that 10 A. M. Wednesday and the truck the following described prop- Heal at Starke. Florida, thin Hep. tine STATR' : OF FI.oItID.In L
county Mr. Slonikeris of Bradford. tember 30th., 1142. W -
moved to Starke. ertlen In the County It
)fr. Smith said. may be sold!' upon certification by arrived early on the scene but State of Florida to-wit: (OFFICIAL 8J5AC! ) A. J. Thomas Unknown Whan r..i;
r work the buildings has the farmer to the dealer that the the fated building being a email an ex-service man. spent 19 H'/j of NEVt Kx. 10 A In NE Cor.. Aa Clerk of Bald Court 10-2 4t 10-23 November You are required 10
All on I
See 22 Twp. ft B, U. 22 con 2nd"
not yet been completed, nor have equipment is required for current frame house in Reno the flames months overseas during the last I tatnlnK 70 acres, more or less. Is IV fllKTIT COCRT. BftAHPOIIU, named ('OUII 19f2, In '.
had so enveloped! it that the blaze World is member of embraced under Bald certificate No. plaintiff seek, dlvOlup
the buildings yet been accepted agricultural production. 3. War and a (01'/111'1'/ FI.ou.n.1 "'''''11II County Telegraph

according to Mr. Sparks. This is Items that may be sold without could not be extinguished In time the local American Legion Post. 166.NWV of NW% & N'4!( of SW 4 I Roland"'I.HV.M. Cox Plalntlff.vi 1 Eunice Order In next four'hail'kN' .
restrictions. of NW' Sec. 23 Twp. 5 S. H. 22K. Brnwn Cox, Defendant.: : ; Witness my, hand vet
r a matter to come later, and will -. .. containing 60 acre, more or No. seal at Nlarke, Florid.IIIf
"Those who desire to purchasenew less In embraced under aald certificate ; 2171.Onrgn OF PUBLICATION temher 29th Uu U
be agreed upon by the Federal OUR SERVICE MEN No. 172. AND NOTICE TO API'EAR lOJl'FIC'tAI.IIl'o\l.. : ,
farm machinery should cometo Clerk \.1-
of ?
WM, of NWV of SEW Kx. about wd
Works Agency John W. Knope, the County Agent's office for i Devoted. t4* Itemn of Interest co.cernlnvlnnr 10 A Hold flyers Persons Hec. 32 .:>---.- roue ,'IIc |
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HrntlfortJ County Huyn MOWNtn. .. I n *l Twp 6 H. H 22 E.. containing 10 -c-: ------------------ __
' contractor and the County Board application blanks", L. T. Dyer /tiNw HnrrntM and rrl.nd. are entail *0 /aSMVV''. acres, more or I less IH embraced

' of Public Instruction jointly announced YCBtel'day.Ii roprrnle by.... .hrlnalna, In .two a.d klter.j under sail certificate No. 314I EVERY BRANCH OF
'.om Ike ,. ...., frOnt ho.... Mervlre. I 8W of KVj of NVVVi
mm are .!... rr.....t.d to writ '.. the I "flS4I"s" 3r'rw': .. a A. 11. 22 H..
'relearupa, .p..th'lIr went. and ...."ltl.. I I containing 1 Acre, more or less Iaembraced .
01 Interest.EN.IOVEi I under said certificate No.
CLASSIFIED ADS I 1327. 3nJuI'anceH.
I Ili"OR Lot S, 7 of B1U 6 tlnooln City i
wife Is at Winter Haven'where Sec :32 Twp. II H. U. 22 K., In embraced i
one daughter is in High School.A under said certificate No.

SALE--Filling elation with FOR RENT Furnished apartment second daughter l Is In her last 319.Lot 6 of nik 6 Lincoln City Sec.

living quarters consisting of 8 2 room, private bath: In year in training to be a nurse at 32 Twp 6 S, It. 22 10:., la embracedundor
mild certificate No. 320.
rooms light and hot and coldwater quire at Mrs.. Nollman'e, 201 the University of Georgia Athens. The assessment of the said property A
2 1-2 miles south oStarke f W. Madison Apt. 4-B. Itp under Bald certificate No. 166 C. WALL
t and 172 were In the name of Oeo.J .
on R o a d 13. Marks William G. Struth. who has F. Young: the assessment of sold
Ritch. 10-2 3tp FTR RENT Large two-etor;Y' .property under said certificate No.
M : s. a been on active duty with the 314 wan In the name of Unkhown:
house lights and water $25
the assessment of said property .
FOR SALK-17-foot house trailer M3., unfurnished.. W. Moore, Naval Reserve stationed at Jacksonville under said certificate No. 317 was Agency
well equipped and In first-class Keystone Heights Road. 10-2 2t for the past two or three' In the name of Joe Johnson: the ,
assessment of said under
condition. See Mitchell Ergas years has been transferred "tem I' said certificate No. 319 property was l In the Constant Service Over 50 Years
at Jerry's. lip FARM FOR RENT-W 11 h 33: :tr porarily" to New York City All name of Philip & Joe Johnson:' the .
assessment of
said under
acres In cultivation large mod of which may mean tbat he will said certificate No. 320 property waif In the

'; FOR SALE OR RENT-20-acre ern house. --See A. A. Annls,, soon go where he can get within name of Wm. Mcl...odI'nleNH Please
said Certificates shall be PhoneTHELMA'S
farm furnished house. Cheap. Lawtey Fla. 10-2 2tp closer range of the Nazis. redeemed according to law the
r. On Hampton to Schencks road. properties described therein will beHold

tit 1t1, : ." Apply Otto B. Hicks, Waldo, LOST-Spotted Poland-China qow Tate Denmark is one of the to the door highest on the bidder first at Monday thecourthouse ,--.- -.,.. ,- .... -.- ,- --
} ; Fla. 9-25: 3tp marked upper bit in one ear, In the Month of November
, under bit In other ear. Re- men whose! privilege It is to serve 1943 which: In he 2nd, day of November '
''f>:.1 FOR SALE-One acre missionarystrawberry ward.: -Vasco Forsyth, Starke. their country In two wars. Ac. Pitted A.thin I) 1942.int., day of OctoberA. PLACE

plants grown on 10-2 2tp cording to Tate who is serving D. 1942.OFFICIAL.

new ground. $10 to $15 per bed,: with the MP'a at Camp Blanding, Clerk( Circuit SKAT.A of Court.J. Bradford Thomas DANCING EACH EVENING

l 8 feet wide, acre long.--J. D. IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL 1 Uncle Sam's Army aln't what it County, Florida. 10-2 4t 10-23
used to be it's whole lot better Till 12 O'clock
Bowers 2 ml. east of Starke.
1't milk COWS, stock cows, beef iv' ('IRCIIi'OMIT. nitAUFonnCOI
::1. 10-2 "The food is better living 'MTV. FL.OIUI14.I IN CIIA\-
3tp cattle stock bulls or hog, get BEER ON TAP
( :I\V.
quarters are better equipment Is
In touch with J. D. Odom Jr.,
ThomaH R. Standefer Plaintiff
FOR RENT OR LEASE-I, 2 orb Box 247 Starke) Box 204 Lake King Thomas was here last better and sanitary conditions are Veda Slandefer! Ve,endant. Case va. CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD
years, the Lee Morgan placeon 481 Lake better." he told the Telegraph No. 2168
I City; Telephone City. week enjoying an 8-day furlough, ORDER OF PUBLICATION EVERYBODY WELCOME
Water Oak formerly known Auction market every Thursday which he spent here with his ulster last week. "A man can't appreciate AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
.1, as old Jesse Reddish place. For all classes of live stockat all these improvements unlesshe STATE OF FLORIDA to: Veda
Miss Floy Thomas. King Htamlefer, whose residence In Un 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Avt.
Information address Bradford Lake at 2:30 P. M. served In the First World War known.
City : J
signed with the Navy at the '
up Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey
County Telegraph. 9-18 3tp 6-8-43 tpo" Tate concluded. You are required to appear on
Jacksonville recruiting office on November 2nd., 1942, In the above I ..-.-,- ... --. .. -. ... ..,. ---

j, WANTED-Office girl who has NOTICE-Louis! Pappaa (the one- August4. Prior to this, he has .._. ----'_. .......--...... .. _.... .- .
fair knowledge of shorthand.W. .- been employed at the Union Bus : <> .ti-- : -7 ffe! 'Wmr;.' ,

: T. Clute, 119 E. Call, Starke armed man) Is no longer at the Station in Starke. He Is an ap- > .!. ;" 2 rA..xw.ws's4rcva'yi1.SA' '' %!i.w-;<:s3oKo.ro '..J::!::, ,.;,,-t ::'U2.; ttlf ;. r.f'',' ""'h" ..
Guidon OrUl.-J'lm Forest own prentice seaman and Is '
Itp very enthusiastic ",'<<:
er. It over the service. '<'
WANTED TO BUY House trail (
NOTICE! is hereby given that the .):t."f.
er.-Guidon Grill, Starke. Itp STARTS A LONG TRIP ,
following radios. have been In ;/'; .
WANTED U p!' e d phonograph, our repair shop for more than Robert Green writes his parents .,<<><

electric or manual. Must be In 30 days: Silvertone model 4500 Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green

good condition and a bargain. A serial no. 38883; RCA Victor that he's at "the jumping off"

Write Box 287, Starke.: Itp model 12 X serial no. B-10616; place-San Francisco, Calif.-and y
Senora midget electric Cra Is just about to take along boat
; -
WANTED Woman to do all ley model 599-E serial no. 19- ride. Where and when are military STOOD BY OS

kinds of alterations Apply 10741; Firestone air chief serialno. secrets "I'm ready to do my

Blanding Tailors at Blanding 674484; ruetone model 280 part," he wrote "and If my going

i Bus Station. ltp AW; Airline model 62-325 chassis will help in a small! way to

no. 32 .IWG8; Crosley model win the war, I'm ready to go.

WANTED-transportation to and 176 Serial AGFA 408261; After his Induction. Robert was

from Daytona Beach each Westinghouse model no. WR 15 0 sent to Camp Shelby, Miss., and '

week-end. Write! P. O. Dox 102 chassis no. A-ll-31; Wings was recently moved to Fort Ord, now we'll stand by !

Keystone Heights.' Phone no. model 582 serial no. L896294. Calif. He is now a private first 'you
1. It Ward's Radio Service. 9-25: 2tp

D. D ( Drayton) Colley of Winter .

Haven, son of :Mr. and Mrs.

DOUBLE ROOMS $5 WEEK W. A. Colley, of Starke, enlisted f, .. '" ;

and spent three weeks at Camp .

AMERICAN RESTAURANT & CABINS handing and was sent last weekto "'.' .'
Kesaler Field 3tUaa. for train }
; t n, f"
IVwe .
Adjacent To Camp BlandingDR. ing.

He Is 44 years of, age and his ;

With pardonable Southern pride, we have regardless of cost. We have always been

LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST NOTIPM OP "PPI.I'T.O'l R4 always believed we brew just about the best more interested in quality than quantity.

FOR TAX ".:EU Ale and Beer in the world.
129 East Call Street (!4eniite Ulll No. 15.1)>> Naturally there
Now it's us
when the to
NOTICK pinch comes up
That Verdi Futch and Joe NI..- ;%; has always been plenty of lively competition

Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings Dy Appointment trunk No. 336.holder Untied of the Tax> 2nd Certificate day of ready to argue the point. to try and fill in the gap. Despite shortages

September A. D. 194O has filed
of bottle restrictions deliveries to
ante In office caps, on
my and halO mad. Down
here in
application for our territory the who
11 _, .... ___ .., -' _,.... limned thereon.a Bald tax deed certificate to he man conserve rubber and gasoline, shortage of
embrace* the following describedproperty knows his beer has always been able to choose
FUNERAL DIRECTOR In the County of Brad man due to the enlistment of many;of
tor. State of .'Iorlda" to-wlt: from the products of the foremost breweries power
My Many Years Experience: Make It Ponslble for Me to Render WV4 of '!. & SEVi and faced
EFFICIENT:: PROMPT of SEW of HE"Section 4 Town- in the land. Yet personnel I.in the Armed forces-
and COURTEOUS:: SERVICE Mhlp 7 South Kange 22 Kant con .t s a that people here

MODERATE] PRICKSDeWITT taming 30 acres, more or Ie.... i drink with unprecedented demand for our prod
more Atlantic than
Th, aaneaHment of the said property any other ale and
C. JONES under the aUi certificate }IH- the
Hued waa In the name of l>r. E M. beer. Bets, we have increased our production to
Starke, Florida Webater.Unl .

,-,_._, redeemed....x said accordingto certificate law.shall the be You have stood by us-not, we believe, be- limit of the capacity of our four brewerieswithout

I aid property to the described highest therein.bidder w ::1t ba > cause of any local sentiment but because we sacrificing quality one iota.
door on the first Mon-

HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT day 1942 In which the li month the 2nd of day November of November -, delivered a product second to .none at a It's no longer just a question of selling beet

HOME? 194J Haled, 1042.this l.t day of October, reasonable price. or making money. Under existing conditions

PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT OUR Clerk OFFICIAL of Circuit' ourt'.oi' Bradford Thomas Now a change has come over the scene. there is little doubt but what we can

STUDIO. WE WILL MAKE A- County Florida 10-2 4\ 10-23 Many have sell redoubled
-- competitors abandoned this all that we can brew. We have

$3.50 Oil Colored PortraitOF NOTICE POH OP TAX APPLICATION IIKKO! market and are now restricting their activities our efforts in order to keep faith with both
(ftrtinte! Bill *... ...,. _
YOU. ONLY ONE TO A PERSON That NOTICK F. M. I'nckham 18 HEREBY holder GIVEN of Tax, to looking after their home communities. our trade and our customers.

Certificates No. 325 A S67 Issued That's
BON-ART STUDIOS the 1940 2nd h".day filed of same September In my A.office I>. exactly what we at Atlantic have It's a matter of pride with us now YOU

and haw made application for a tax always done We "stayed home" and brewed STOOD STANDthe
S. Walnut Street Starke deed to be issued thereon. Raidcertificates
Fla'J embrace. ) the following the best Ale and Beer that could be brewed
described l property In the c'ounty YOU!

j ."'._,.,........"", "'''''''.,;""'......'..'..........,.... ''''' '' '' of wit:Bradford. (State of Florida, to- ts
1o >* of SEVi of NWV of SE:%
See 94 Twp. 6 M 1 It. 23 E.. eon-
taming, 6 acren, more or lens.. I.
: embraced under Bald certificate No. (
--.11"11III11'1 325.:
a I S. 3. 4. 5
WI.K..tt. of 131k. 2
Ad re
to Hampton Seo. SO
To Operate Twp. 7 8, n. 22 K, I. embraced
under said certificate No. 357. ,
Boards And The aiiaeaftment of the said, prop.erty '
under the? said certificate No .
i a J.I (issued w.. In the a
name of Carl
ners For American Theatre And...... And the assessment. of -'"

Opening Saturday. the mid property No.; 3K7 I.'un.d.s".w: the. In Saidcertificate the
name of Mafia William.
e Unt... said certificate shall b. .

Apply Mr. Campbell property redeemed described according therein to law, the be ALFAAID
Mold to the hlKheat bidder at Itt (3EERt
rourthoune door on the tint Mon-
:' AMERICAN RESTAURANT 1:2.I In the montH of November' ,
which la the 2nd., day of
s November 1942. t
: Dated this l.t day of October
: Adjacent To Camp Blanding 1941.
,. I, (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. WTDMKWMMII I'ljyiniiiipiiuiiiiiimMfljdm' *ueaae Ce. Bremrlw la AtUnbi,Cbarivtla.MorfUfe, Orl.ed.

1\.astia.x.. =::;;;; --- ,.w .ee I .......u uwwusaa..w.wuwr _wuWUarweasw, .wwrrwu Clerk County of, Florida.Circuit Court 10-1 of Bradford U 10-23

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