By Franklin M. Garrett, Harold H. Martin
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With most covered stall space taken, traders and farmers unable to find a space had to bear the brunt of bad weather whether it was sun, hail, sleet or snow. 14 Obviously, a larger market in a less congested area was needed. Under the tenure of Agriculture Commissioner Phil Campbell, a new Atlanta State Farmers' Market was opened in 1959 off the South Expressway in Clayton 34 ATLANTA AND ENVIRONS, 1940 County, south of the Atlanta airport. The new market covered 146 acres and cost $10 million to build.
Albert Thornton and Mrs. Daniel MacDougald, formed an Atlanta chapter of the British War Relief Society, to raise money to buy ambulances, x-ray units, surgical instruments, medical supplies, and feeding units. Though not yet taking the form of outright war, the threat from Japan inspired in some Atlanta women the urge to hurt a prospective enemy. As Tokyo joined the Rome-Berlin Axis, many American women, including Atlanta women, resolved to boycott the Japanese silk garments—the hose, underwear, night gowns, and dresses—they had been wearing for two decades.
S. Military Academy at West Point; Judge Anton L. Etheridge of Fulton County Superior Court; Congressman Robert Ramspeck from the Fifth District of Georgia; Lawrence S. S. attorney; Judge Ralph McClelland, judge of the Civil Court of Fulton County; and Hamilton Douglas, dean of the school. Chief Justice Reid delivered the graduating address. Special honors came to two Atlanta physicians in 1940. Dr. Phinizy Calhoun was elected president of the American Ophthalmological Society, only the second Southerner to be so honored.