Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 14, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Recreation Center BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries


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Johns Announces Symphony Accompany GroupTo ( 'Git Along Little Dow' Theme SongOf Scrap Collection




,,::Candidacy "Messiah"string ensemble SingersA from the Starke's Preplexed Gtjr Councilmen Date Set



For State SenateFirst phony Jacksonville group Philharmonic will accompany Sym the It's cattle round up time In Street Committee chairman K.

60 voices scheduled to sing Hand- Starke . or so say the City Q. DUticart,:nays that a man baa For January 18

el's Messiah here on January 23. Fathers, despite the fact that been hire* Jo mend the old fence
announcement for the of- The musical will be given at 3 this streamlined and neoned little around the11 city and keep the

'trice of State Senator from Brad P. M. In the USO-YMCA and Is city has come a long way since faimers' gales, closed. Another Tuesday January 18. Is the

ford and Union Counties: was free to the public. the day when the Associated to ride horV bnck has been em- date set for the city-wide collection -

made. this week by Charley E.Johns Lyman P, Prior, Dean of the Press printed the yarn about the ployed to- /:band up the animals of all salvage, County

of Starke who served Jacksonville College of Music, Ina first fence that was built around (cowboy I ijyle). that enter the Chairman S. E. Sparks said yes

Bradford County In the House of letter to Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot the town to keep out the cows. city at th#1pt'lnt'where| the new terday. The time for the sal-

i ,.Representatives In the 1935: Leg- this week, listed the soloists for That was back in the days Camp Blasting highway diRects rZ.t vage three drive has been extended
;' ,Islature and served Bradford and the Starke performance as follows when Starke was a fledgling cityof the fence" J i the place where days In order that citizens
e : Union Counties In the Senate during : Eunice Sallas McCormick I, some 1,000 citizens. But history the cattle should l have been may have more time to com-

the 1937 and 1939 sessions : Soprano; Margaret Melzer Foster repeats Itself in yet another built. t"ap plete their own collections.

, ;::0 t'p f In a prepared statement Issued : Contralto; Paul Tanner, Ten- Instance and the pressing prob- And tben|, . resorting to an Trucks will pick up all salvage

t 7t4 t to the Telegraph Mr. Johns or and Stewart Comer Bass. lem of bossy In the banker's back old time custom . the city S collected In the city and at theschools
:stated I' . in the of taxi under the direction of
. 'N. : yard path a will maintain a cattle pound to
r'i'.iIlliA :. x", The Messiah, one of the' foremost L. T. Dyer.
n classical musical works of I hurrying a soldier back to Blan- Confine any: cows found withinthe General County Co-
chairman.K. .
all time is brought t o Starke ding , or eating up the fruits city limits. A fee of $1 will
c ,r- I through the efforts of the local (and vegetables of the Victory be 'charged the owner for Impounding O. Duncan, chairman of the

Ministerial Association In gardener's efforts has once the animal and he will be Street Committee, will furnish a

lbi; ::X44'"''I eration with several of the coop-more again probed the City Fathers "to assessed a quarter a day for Its City truck to make the house-
4 .' .1.1I prominent civic organizations in urgent action. keep. In lieu of payment the to-house canvass of the city and

f the city.Ball It was at this week's City cow will be! sold on .the block to all resident are requested to
4I'll Council meeting on Monday that I the highestbidderw place their salvage collections at

I the "bull" session on the subject I This ara-angtm. t. the curb for the convenience of
of Bradford County's discontentedcows to keep bossy v,''I >tLv t, the truck drivers.
I To Be Held home . or" else Is plannedas
tt and their subsequent meand- Ralph Alvaiea will furnish his
!
\;. I erlngs; over the streets, gardensand a temporary solution to the truck for collecting all salvage

!.a ff lawns of Starke took place. problem, pending. a more satisfactory from the schools In the county.

!"' .1f\; \ In USO BuildingJanuary Spokesmen for the council report one ,,.ort .,,namely- : the con- Articles requested Include tin

"\i\iI !\\ that repeated requests followedby stiuctlon of a cattle aCl'OIlSthe 1, I cans, old clothing, scrap Iron and
gap
I ;: ; numerous warnings to ownersof 4" : waste paper. Fats are to be
14 to 31, inclusive, will the roving animals have failedto Camp U 1 a ndlng highway taken to any restaurant or mar-

( : mark the official period for the get res u Its. so the council, labor to be provided by the FlorIda ket In the city.

,fir:.' Nation's 1944 Infantile paralysis tired of It all, has, at long last, IIIgbVay""Department The salvage committee urges

i 1 fund raising appeal through the vote'l to take more drastic ac- . ., materials to bo furnished by every citizen to make a special
celebration of the President's tion. the City of Starke! effort to get as much of this ma-
!r birthday.In I larial. ri nilf tAri he mil trntrafn--
fJ discussing the drive this - -- ment: t g thby JI1':18;: '
a*
r f,! Colonel Walter E.; Smith, new commander of Camp Blnn- pos

tJ Irdf week.urged County all to Chairman join in this Fred fight Guy BHS Loses First Game To.. Waldo; dIng, who was honored guest at a community welcoming! recep- sible.After the collection on that

f' against Infantile paralysis with a tion held In the USO-YMCA here Thursday night, Is pictured date the salvage will be stored I

real determination to win. above at his desk In Camp Headquarters. at the Farmers' Market to await
Will Play Hawthorne Saturday Nkfht A native of South Dakota, Colonel Smith has served transportation to the
!((1ti, Americans thro ugh o u t the __u_._ u.__ L __u__ < ____ _L H .. U_ .. __ < __ onauuve _, __L__ h u_ L ... . points_ _
:.,....., : ;. "I wish to announce to the world, he said are jeopardizingtheir -- I - -:; -- -- ----- UULy in cant|>. inruuBiioui ine uniieu oiaiev BUU rmwau. ware u; can oe uuuzea oy me

,'I, 'Citizens of Bradford and Union ability to walk so that the He Is a veteran of World War service with the 30th and 12th war department.There .
children of By T. U Hantlter Tomorrow night (Saturday) Division and served on will be an attendant at
y Counties that II, will be a candl- this nation may con- Starke will 'meet Hawthorne War Department education committees -
'. date for State Senator from the tinue to walk In freedom. Playing their first basketball the local basketball court in the on and as an Instructor 'In several military academies. Before the Farmers' Market to Instruct

.: 'l5th Senatorial ''District subject "However" Mr. Guy continued game of the season against a Armory., being ordered to set up the amphibious training center at Car- any who are able to transporttheir
j J, .. ..
collection
'to the will -"of"the Democratic "success In this campaign depends fast quintet from Wa I d o, the abelle, Flu., IS months got COIOl'l Smith was executive officerat own' .there, where
Having twofast games under It may be' unloaded, Mr. Sparks
voters on May 2, 1944. not alone upon men and Fort Jackson S.; C,
Bradford Tornadoes were nosed their belt the Starke Tornadoes said.
: "I promise when you elect me women who carry on the research meet The fact that,, the'welcoming reception Thursday night wasa ,
the more experienced:
out by a margin of three points quIn-
your Senator that I will show no and train those necessaryto tet from Hawthorne confident of community-wide event participated in by churches, civic organizations
partiality and 1 will fight for battle the plague. That victory last Saturday night
coming out on top. Additional USO Clubs, and'other groups, U evidence that Bank Figures
'your Interest In the future just as depends upon you and all Hampered by lack of practice, practice and several new plaYt'rllI'eportlng Starke Is sincere in Its desire to cooperate with the Camp in
:i did when I served Senator your neighbors who realize that the Starke didn't
as your boys get going have bolstered the hopes working for the best interests of the military as well aa the
in the past. this, truly U your fight. Throughthe until_the fourth quarter, and were : of local fans that Starke will havea civilian population of the community. Shnw (firnwfh;
tJ"I celebration of the President's unable _
want my people to know that to overcome a ten point ;nrst L <; ClasS' 'DttsKotDiiu'u .
team
appreciate'' from the bottom of birthday every citizen is givenan lead the Waldo team gained In under the able handling ob Coach ---- va vrr aaav

\my heart their kindness to me. opportunity to work for and the third quarter Hobbs who has Dr. McAfee Discusses
an enviable five
Hotel Following of
Victory a meeting the
.. dam asking every man woman give to the cause. Being the starter for both year record of turning out win Permanent Peace Board of Directors held here
sad child In Bradford and Union/ The drive will be climaxed teams the game at halftime was ning teams.
Wednesday, W, B, Sewell. -
,unties to support me. I hope here with a dance on Friday a toss-up, Waldo holding the lead At Rotary Club president
The game will be refereed by of the VII rid I a Bank at
rt,, see each one of you personally evening, January 28 at the USO- by only one point with a total the two capable soldiers Changes.Hands Starke released i statement
very a
ore May 2 and ask ,you forur YMCA.To of fourteen. Neither team showed Dr. Ralph McAfne, pastor of
Brown and Helms, who refereedthe showing that on Dec 31, 1913 deposits -
vote. assist him in any particular offensive the Covenant Presbyterian Church
assuring the advantage Staik -Waldo showed
last Sat- Increase of
Mr. Johns fought hard for a success of the 1944 ball Mr.. Guy during the first half, as urday nights i Tentative game Eddie Davis, a recent co-owner Erie. Pa. was guest speaker at an the 7V4
plans percent over
: correspondingdate
ent pension for the old people has enlisted the services of thefollowing I both teams missed frequently and were set up for an additional attraction of Blanding Center, has purchased the Rotary Club Wednesday and In 1042
en he was in the Senate and the ball gave some Inspiring views on the !
committee chairmen: handling wasn't up .to' of a game between two the Victory Inn Bar and Hotel, Other pertinent facts broughtout
says he is going to continueat maintenance of world after
Nat Sternberg, Citizen's Committee par The Waldo guards, however peace
service team,' but up to press 125 West Call street from Wil- by Mr. Sewell were:
fight when elected. He wasways ; Special Events, S. L. John were gaining the edge by taking the present war.
time nothing definite was learned. liam Randolph who erected the "During the past year our bank
found to be fighting the son; Van H. Garden, Material Distribution the ball from the board after a Every possible effort however, Dr. McAfee Is spending the sold at cash value 1249.616 in
ttle of the common people.erry' Starke miss structure about 3 years ago and month
of
,
and Display; School cutting down the will be made'to schedule this ad- January as camp pastor United States War Saving Bond
Committee, Prln. Foster Sh number of field goal tries for ditional game.Bleachers . will operate it under the name, with the Church Service Cen- and 179,791 In C, F. & O

a Closingne Smith E. L. Matthews publicity. the local boys. have been set up In Hotel Davis. ter and the First Presbyterian bonds, making a total of 1329-

) Day Weekly and Miss Frances Peek, Ticket The second half opened with a the Armory for the benefit of Mr. Davis, u citizen of Starke Church here.Praising 61650. Also we purchased 9446.-

Sales. Other committees will be 'bang as Waldo's Captain Hardin the paying customers! and special for the past 15: months, Is also the people of this 372.00 In U, S. Securities for our

Primarily because 0 f labor announced from time to time as sunk five field goals on five sue concessions In ticket prices are the proprietor of Eddie's Barbe community for the hospitality own account.

hortages. but also because of in- needed. cesslve: tries from outside the extended to ervlce men. cue on East Call St. Before that shown service men now In our "Beginning February 28. 1943

eased business and the ration- zone defense set up by the Tor- Tornadoes Win he was In the entertainment business l- midst I>r. McAfee urged that we have supplied Bradford Countyand

kg of the supplies necessary for Night PolicemanSeriously nadoes. Starke, rallying aftera The second game In the Brad- In Augusta da. some time be devoted to thinking other adjoining communitieswith

king care of it, Jerry's Place substitution by Coach Hobbs. ford High schedule played Wed- The moderp; rooms. of the new about and discussing methods of Ration flanking facilities,
InjuredIn
1 West Call street will be clos- halted the Waldo boys and succeeded nesday night with Union High at Hotel Davis, each featuring a preserving the peace that will "Satisfactory earnings were reported -

all day and. evening each Cafe Fight in making five points by Lake Butler resulted In a fastnadoes. hot shower and twin beds, are Follow the war that these men and $:).000.00 was added

hursdav. Thin nractlce will be the end of the_u_ third nn_ niiflrtor______._ .... ..... 4""n .r........._.....1'.. .Iva__ .L u.._' _ur-__ ...._on._._. _ICUCLL.Iav.....__:_.._._... .unu..r.__.___ 'L H'C_ mll"-_..__ are trains- to all -Darts at-- the tr.-* ;t Vta Qll' -.**nltt. 'Astmnimt"Baaed -
ntlnued until-furthe-r notice Policeman W. E. Thornton, a With the score 18-24 in favor The' score stood 20 to 9 agement of Mr. Davis. world to fight. upon the excellent con-

r. Chriatodoulou, the proprietor seasoned member of the Starke of the visitors, the Tornadoes be- In Starke's favor at the half. The pine panelled tavern room He stated that In order to dition and present earnings of our

Baled today. police force la hospitalized as a gan a fourth quarter rally that Lineups fJr\ the game Wednes- will be open from 12 noon until maintain peace there must be bank. In my opinion we have

[Mitchell Ergas. who has been result of his Intervention In a found them at one point needIngbut day were 'as- follows: 10:45: : p. m., with business con some sort of world collaborationand !food reni'H. to Login 1941 with

played at "Jerry's" for the brawl at an eating place on one field goal to go into Hradford High tinuing as uHual.Chriatian emphasized as significant a confidence and to expect a year

st 2Vi years left Tuesday for Temple [.Avenue a( 10 P. M., the lead but In spite of much Player ,fin. Ft*. recent publication of peace plan of successful operation with sat

Ice in the Navy. His family Thursday Jan 6. smoptnered ball handling and an Reddish F. 18 sponsored jointly by the Protest isfactory earnings"

HI 1 remain In Starke for the Thornton was one of a party additional ten points In the last) Dlnklns F. 9 ChurchTo ant Jewish and Catholic relig Alt officers and directors were

ration. of officers who responded to a quarter they never overtook the Mercer C. 8 Reorganize ions. This union of Idea by three reelected.

call from the tavern to break UP Waldo boys, and the score ended Mosley G. 1 'great religions Is a !good omen

[At a fight. During the course of 2831. Burney G. 1 Sunday AfternoonFrank of_ better days to come, Dr. McAfee SmAI1 F"i.;. *" namaO',..
The LibraryTAPS ------- --
the: melee Thornton was Injuredby Substitutes stated.Annual .
High scorer tor the game were
F, Stuck pastor of the
Reno Barber
the men three of whom are Starke's forward Dlnklns with 10 Johns F. 0 ShopThe
FOR PRIVATE TUSSlE Central Christian Church of Jacksonville -
now held in the city Jail. Three points and Waldo's McRae G. 2
Captain Har MeetingOf
by James Stuart Is a tale will meet with Christian Starke Fire Department
other ant oat liberty on $250.00 din with Shuford C. 2
14.
lof Other scorers for
the preposterous goingsonof Church members and friend in Red Cross answered a call to the Tom
E the "relief Tussles" (Ken bail each. I Starke were Bernie with 6, and Starke at 3 o'clock Sunday after- Oalnes Barber Shop In Reno Tues

Lucky mountain folk) when Six other arrests were made I I Uosley! McRae and Reddish with 41 noott, Jan. 16, for the purpose of To Be Held Jan. 19 day at 2:50:: P. M.

[grandpa' son. worthless violent over the week-end. D r 1 n c Islecharges 4 each. For Waldo. Harvey scored Union Illrh-: reorganizing the church here on The blaze, which resulted from
hard-drinking Kim: dies being drunketaess and 8 points. Smith 7, which com- Dobbs 8 a full-time basis. Judge E. K. Perryman, chaIr- the explosion of an oil stove
disorderly conduct. One of the lined with Hardln's 14 made a J. Brannen 1 man of the Bradford County
| In the army leaving the Incredible The Rev. Mr. Stuck will be caused approximately 1200 worthof
offenders soldier turned total of 29 earned Howard 6 chapter of the American Red
I sum of 110,000 Insurance a ( was points the additional damage to building and equip
to : two Yarbrough 4 accompanied to Starke by manyof Cross, announced today that the
[ money to his widow. over Camp Blanding Military points being donatedby I I ment according to Fire ChiefR.
ollce. Two others are confinedto an unidentified Starke player. H. Brannen 0 the leading ministers, lay lead- annual meeting of the Bradford
Buford. No In
THE BRAD S H A W S OF C. one was
jail to work out 30 day suspended Two service men from CampJIandlng. Substitutes I ers and church officers of the County chapter will be held on
[ HARNISS by Joseph C. Lincoln BrIdwell 1 Wednesday, 19 at the' jured.Owner
sentence Brown and Helms various Christian Churches) In January Tom Gains said his
Is a comfortable reassure handled the refereeing In a very Brown 0 Jacksonville. Methodist Recreation Center at 8 lose was not covered by Insur-
[ lag book in these times about Moore 0 P. M.
professional manner being com-
Scout Radio ProgramAll Everyone Is urged to attend ance..
the Bradshaw family "down >I I men ted by both coaches, and the meeting, whether a memberof Reports will be given by the I

[ East" who had run the vllflage Scouts and Sri end. of fans on their knowledge of the 20 the church or not as the cooperation various chairmen and an electionof I Record
grocery store for generaLtlona Scouting are notified that Col. I game and the execution of their of the public Is needed. officers will be held. Sets A
and now In wartime were Frank Knox. Secretary of the Job. Not Too Late'
Miss Jewel H o w Be, General William V Chester supervisor
f,(-Confronted with. new problems. Navy, will address the'' ClevelandCouncU' Interest is running high among : Mm. Glen Duke' county chairman Two Join Navy Field R e p r esontatlve for the of the local Farm Security Administration

Zeoas Bradshaw lost his ovvnIn annual meeting Friday. I sports tans and players alike as of the Christmas Seal and Southeastern Area will be the has reported, the fOol-

the first World War, Jan. 14. at 9:30: p. m. Through there has been no sports com- Tuberculosis Bond drive wishesto Darby Peek son of Mrs. S. L. principal speaker Judge Perry- lowing unusual litter of pigs that

nd now that he t U old enough the courtesy of the Coca-Cola :petition since football season ended remind' the public that It Is Peek, and Edgar Wilkinson son man said, and an Interesting; program one sow had on the farm of Albert -

retire his grandson rejects Company, which has contributedthe and as Coach Hobbs pointedout till not too late to send In contributions of A. J, Wilkinson left Jackson- is assured. There will bea : Osteen. In 1941 this sow
|the business for flying marries time of Its "Spotlight Band' local fans will have the opportunity and remittances for ville .Tuesday for their Navy octal hour at the conclusion I had a litter of 17 pigs; In 1942

!girl and sets the whole town rogram. Secretary Knox's address to see several service ..& .. A total of f64615 has boot training at Balnbrldge. Md. of the regular meeting' she had a> litter" of 18 pip; and

Jklng. But In the end Zena will be heard over 170 .stations teams play in double l header been raised In the campaign up Both boys were students at B. Everyone Is urged to be prey In 1943 her litter also numbered
proud of his grandson. of the Blue Network. games In the near future. to date, Mrs. Duke announced. It. S. ent. 18 plgvTrading

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJEGKAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA I FRIDAY JANUARY II| 14'':

I I
Hon. E. K. Perryman. County Judge seal at Starke. Florida, this Decem- Order In next four 7 ""
'
weekly
of Bradford County, Florida. for' Witness my hand )Ia.UI.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH UNCLE Final Discharge an auld Admlnln ( FJr&lLlJ'Af.,) A. J. Thomas, seal at Starke, Florida".1". ';
: -T : 1 tratrlic.: A* Clerk of enid Court. cember 28th., 1943. thl.l' '
Ruth D. Kolllne. Administratrix. T. Frank Ijuidrum, Htarke Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) A i
Established' 1811MBMBB'R. 1Z-81 4t 1-21 Ally for PIC. la-at 4t 1-Zl Am Clerk of said Court. Tho''
JOE'S William D. Morgan, Jack.on
BIIAI>FOIII> Fla. for
IN ('IIt.TIT C-OCIIT. iv mirriT ('Ot'tT IIKADKOIIII Ally pit. 12'11 II
I'OI'IMTV' FOUIUAl IX: CHAN' I
FLoRIDPRIiSS ASSOOAITON (0"1"" FOHIII IN IIIAN-
.
CKHV.Florence CHH 1'. NOTI'R
JAV Renbold Plaintiff va. TO WHOM IT MAY (
'n-n::
NA1nw.EDPQRIALASSoclAJXW. e ? .n I George A. Hen. bold. Defendant. Cane Earl: W. Bradford, Plaintiff vs. You are hereby notified. J
Norma C. Hradford De t endant claims. I"'
No. 2883.ORDEH. your against the :
OF" PUBLICATION AND Cane No. 1830.ORDKK F. M. Crews, deceased, 'oxlal,

E. L. Mnllhewn _____________ Editor and Owner 4 A. By J. L. nARUELX NOTICE TO APPEAR OeorgeA. NOTICE OK PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND claim In eight duly months sworn to from and fileiV. ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to! t the|
Kenbold. whose residence la US STAT' OF FIXmiDA to: Norma publication of this notice with f
Those who are under the impression no Gil:erence to her how much Newell Ave.. Aibury Park. New Oceanvlew.P. Bradford Delaware.whoRe residence la R. K. Ferryman. County Jud1 II.
8UKSCK1PTIUN KATE Bradford at Stark,, V
that all the men with the feed costs she figures the Jersey You are required to appear on Ida, or CountYI '
Yearly 91.75; Six Monllm, $1.00 You are required to appear on January Slat, 1944. In the above by statute llmltatlonn.tat'
brains live In Washington, have egg sales are,still net profit. January Slat.. 1944 In the above named Court and cause wherein W. O.of.Crews
another think coming. One frog- It's not that I'm overly anxiousto named Court and cause wherein plaintiff seeks dlvor..... Bradford 1 I 80t Jackson St.Admllll'tra I
Published \Vwkly on Frlilnyn and Entered as (Second Claim Mattel plaintiff aeek divorce and aupport. County Telegraph hall publish this 11-11 4t 1.11 Tampa, pi
Florida. hide will get :you a century note contribute to the support of Bradford County Telegraph ...hallpublt..h ,
At 4be root Office at Starke ...._ _. _
that (according to the Brain this Order In next four +- J. _.
Lawtey pop- Trust In Washington weekly 'IHMUOB.Witneux, -- --------------- ---
ulation) has more men with an but I dislike the idea of promen- my hand and official

1 Infantile Paralysis Outbreak over supply of gray-matter under ading up and down Peachtree. anal at /Starke, Florida this December -

their Stttaons than Washington. Street dressed in the latest style ( ILh1I1Jl: .) A. 'J. Thomas WE WISH TO EXTENDA
"Epidemics must be paid for in cash as well as in New York, Chicago and Starke of coontail-striped panto. Also I Ac Cleric .of said Court.T. .
Frank Landrum Htarke, Florida
deaths and suffering, and the 1943 outbreak of infantile combined.If know Just about as much as l'' Atty. for Plf. 12-31 4t 1-21

paralysis, which was the worst in 12 years, is no excep- President Roosevelt would wish to know about repairing IN riltffIT COURT BRADFORD' .
just spend half a day in Lawteyand worn-out shoes.! Therefore, if rOtNTV. FOItlUtl l\ CHAN-
tion," Paul E. Reinhold, Florida chairman for the National tee what the folks here havein some of these brain-trusters In ('.'JKY.

Foundation of Infantile Paralysis, said in discussing the the way of. brains. I'm positive my own home town won't assistme Florence, VH. John Fenner N. Maclnnen Maclnnea,, Defendant Plaintiff --

g 3t annual drive for funds with which to combat this disease, he'd revise his cabinet on with my Income tax reports. ORDER. Cane OF No.PUBLICATION 28U. AND WARM WELCOMETO

short notice. We have men in I.I'm gonna take my troubles to NOTICE TO APPEAR
k "Almost 12,000 persons-men, women and childrenwere our town who are almost super- Chattahoochee and see what those STATE OF FLORIDA to: John N.

/ stricken with polio last year. Only twice before in natural. They know Just how : Inmates can figure! out. It looks Maolnnen H. 8. /San Janclto whoae ,address(CVt. No.la 30%> U.%

r the recorded history of infantile paralysis have there been thIs Government should be run. to me like one crazy person could New Fleet York.Post. Office New York City

reported."It In fact, they could easily explaIn unravel a snarl that another one You are required to appear on
more cases to Mr. Roosevelt Just how: made and )If the person who pre January Hat., 1944 In the. above

costs about $1,800 to give a year's care and the to operate the war, collect income pared these new Income tax named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause and wherein other COL. WALTER E. SMITH

Kenney treatment to one patient. Thus, if all of the 12,000 taxes deal with the coal forms wasn't an imbecile, then relief. Bradford County Telegraph
i and railway strikers, feed war I'm a modern King Solomon with hall publlHh this. Order In next
four Ixsues.Witness .
of care and this type of treat- weekly .
required one
patients year widows and orphans, dish out meat lady friends, wives, wisdom and my hand and official AND HIS STAFFHOLLYWOOD

ment, the total cost would be $21,500,000. Fortunately] ,, ration stamps, gas and tires aa all else thrown In!

this is not required, for the dimes and dollars given by the well as how to stop the moon- NOTICR

American people materially lessened the toll by providing shiners from selling pine-top ginas TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:. : i RMT &ET THE 1JP"
aged-in-the-wood North Caro- I You are hereby notified to file *firf SPEED SURE
swift medical] attention which spared many from cripplingand lina corn whiskey. They could ?,your claim against l the estate of (, *
deceased duly 4''
"rorJ'to.Mm.rHon
also saved many dollars. also give him a few hints on how R. K. Perry- RELIEFFORAC0"1NWGESTION
man County Judge o f 'Bradford
"The total cost of the 1943 epidemic cannot be estimated to boss Mrs. Roosevelt around County at Starke. Florida within \
and keep her in the kitchen, eight months from date of first CAMERA

l' because many of those stricken will still be patients in where all good wives belong.Of claim publication will be of barred his notice by statute or your of

1944 and some for years thereafter. There is also the almost ]- course all our smart men limitations 1
r. J. Wynn Executor. I
4 certainty that 'The Crippler' will continue, his attack don't live within the city limits. Hampton. Florida. 1 k S AND GIFT SHOPSTARKE
Some of them live out in the
'i In 1944, and in all probability in areas not touched last NOTICE! 1
t sticks but spend aa many of their TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
year." waking hours In town as they Thla la to certify that I have

'L Realizing; the need for meeting: this emergency, we can without having their meals filed; aa my Administratrix final return of and the accountIng estate- FLORIDA

feel confident the people of Florida will give more freely sent In to them. Take for Instance of and Henry will on'John the let 1'd'f.y: of..'February . Carpenter's Drug Store

in annual appeal for funds January that old friend of mine 1844. make application to _____"_._r _._._ _._ _._ _._._._._._._._ _
than ever before our who is continually getting me In

14-31. Their dimes and dollars will fight for freedom from dutch. I've known this fellow

this terrible disease. for the more first than day I 20 met years.him and he since has i Thoi' Him of He cmcii t

made an average of getting me In s ; -
Generals week. He ,
Don't Fuss About trouble at least once a

knows lots more than General
Generals Marshall and MacArthur are giving 99 per MacArthur even thinks he knows

cent of their time to military matters, and when Marshall and If his bright ideas were carried -

out, the war wouldn't last There Isn't Any To Waste !
says' what he thinks about the consequences of strikes his
ten days longer.
mind is not on the economics of labor difficulties, but on we've lot of smart
ii Yen, got a :v' l 4 Wasted electricity mean waste oi fuel manpower equip-
the impact that strikes may haye on the armed forces. people around Lawtey but Ihaven.t
-_ meat and transportation . euenUals oJ war that
l MacArthur doesn't give a whoop about politics, and the found one yet who can go
Into the production ol) electricity. Waal slows down
tell me how to make out my In- our
that he is coming back to the United States this win-
yarns come tax report this year. As war effort delay the day of Victory.

,' ter to promote his, candidacy for the Republican nomina- near as I can figure it out, these

tion is all baloney. MacArthur's ambition is to free the new forma are like a problem In Production In which: elseloin with our fellow Amerl-

Philippines; Marshall's is to bring the whole war to a suc- Algebra stands for where a certain each amount.letter used The R tricity has played a mafoirole cans in using what electric

cessful close. Leave the Generals .alone (sand,they'll come- letter Z :represents the amount \1 a' bu ,baa helped our fighting service we need but being

home dragging the scalps of Germans and Japs behind to be deducted for your exemptions m.n turn the tide of bottle. very sure we need what we

them. and everybody knows Z \ I i Greater production win win A u... Waste Is always useless -
stands for zero. r
the war sooner.That's why
.. J extravagance in time
I've always been a crank about ( ll is ..... lor
II comma us to ol war it is inexcusable.
Get it There Anyway patronizing my own home town

but this Is one time it looks like I InjBC
of all and sizes including those without
Tin cans types I'm gonna have to call In out JQ1pt

be used housewives containers for turningin side I know In own \
tops, may by as help. my \O .. .' . .' ,
waste kitchen fats but grease in glass bottles is not ac- mind that I've paid Jl''the income g FLORIDA POA'Ral AIJI618T COUMVY
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tax and victory tax that I'm
ceptable to the butcher. The explanation is that \.. .
corner
to but how the t-
supposed pay, just eaur.
sometimes individual containers go direct to the renderer, heck I'm gonna explain this to & ?$9$

where live steam is frequently used in processing the ma- my Uncle Samuel is more than I
can tell. I did have the whole BUY WAR BONDS TODAY
r terial, and glass is breakable.If .
thing Juaf about figured out but
your can of waste grease has no top, cover it with my wife thinks I should Include v

a. piece of waxed paper tied on with a string.; But get 'it the profit she made on her chick- Waste In Woi I I # Crune. I fte
t l t I a 'iii M
ens. During the past 12 months M4 i
to the
dealer-by all means!
she has bought on the average, of

200 pounds of chicken feed a

month. Then If my memory
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE serves me right she's sold abouta

dozen eggs a week. It makes Have a "Coke" =A thousand miles is not too far to come

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COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION (;'OI'V'rY. KI.OIUOll' CHAN- f
PLEASE PHONE 117. 'FR 1'.
Lelbe
Leopold L..bovl"r now known
an Limnard Irfbov, I'lulnllff. VH 4
Heb..e1Voll'.t L.ebovlc, Defen 1A. -Ter. T+s ...
dant. Cane. No. 2838.OKDKR -
UNION BUS STATIONLACY OF PUBLICATION:.
ANtI NOTIPK TO APPEAR I
CONWAY Agent 8TATI3 OF FI.OIUI..V! Rebecca'
olpert Ucbuvlu whon.. residence U ..9G
unknown.You .
Temple Are. Starke Florida
are reiiulrrtl to appear, an
February 7th.. 1944. In the above
named Court and canes wherein

I .11 _._._ ... ...u .. _ _... _._.... Ad L' -.- ....00 .plaintiff'..unty Telegraph reeks illvorre.. chalk. nul.llnh l>THilfor this<
Order In neat four weekly Indue
I FUNERAL DIRECTOR witness. my hand and official. Meat
A' Nterke, Florida. this
I My Many Yearn Exporlenoe Make. It Possible for Ma to Render 3..1 l 11144. JanuaryloKFieiAl. V l ,
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COVUTKOUS SERVICE URAL) A, J. Thoma.
An. Clerk. of said Court.
I MODERATE PRICES eDeWITT Walter C. Hardesty, Usytonaneach
Fla.I for 1.2tt '
AtHr IMf. 1-7 4t '
C. JONES; ,
Starke Florida iv rmrrrr (COI'RT nmnrnnn T 4Ya

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Tjral A. Smith Plaintiff v. Mary
Jsne Smith: Defendant. Case No
SEA FOODS -' CHICKEN DINNERS 2927. y
ORDER OP" PrnLICATIOV:' AND:'
STEAKS CHOPS NOTICE: : TO APPEAR / ,
STATK OF FI.OIUDA to Mary
Jan. Bmlthwhone renldenre.. Is % 1
DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI \V. A. Bennett Hrorton. Illinois. Y
You are required to appear on
January SUt, 1941 In the above
TEMPTING. TASTY SANDWICHES named. Court and cause. wherein
plaintiff ......It. "''vor.... Bradford
4 DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES Count Telegraph s hall publish '
thin Order In next four
d II'" ales. weekly Is- :_.I
Witness. my I1Rn" and nfflclal .
."AI at I'Itark.. .'Iorld.. thl. De.mh..r _
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A & A LUNCHEONETTE .
( ::17th. 1943OFFICIAL p _
BEAU A. J. Thomas
St-Hour Service A. Clerk ot said 'ollrt. L_
T. F ;ank I...ndrum, Starke Florida. **
In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke Florida Atty. for Pir. u-31 4t 1-Jl
n ClRr11' (_'01'R'r. nnmronnSm' . or being friendly with a Chinese cadet

r nl FWilliam.rTl. FI.Ulllntl n nl.u_ L

Franklin '">. Plaintiff Chinese flyeM here In America for
Y vs.' i.Ille:I Mae Smith Defendant: training find the little things that bring people
DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick Casa No. :27e.AV I .
Oltl>En OF PI'RLrf'ATln'ol:' together-the smile the
nod the sense friendliness.
) SOTICF: Tn APPEAR So simple a phrase as Have i /
Service NT.TE: c\1" Fr.nRlnA t /
High Quality 'Work tn 1.111I.
:\1.... smith. 114 'V..t ITth Street! a Ckf Is an international! declaration of
Norlnik t'irxlnia.Januaryar24th.,1 good intent. It speaks friendship in
t914* to app"., on ,
.... In. the above any tongue.East,west,north,south.Coca-Cola stands for the
NEW METHOD CLEANERS UI"l".1..Co"rf"' seeks and dlvarre..u...Bradford wherein payee that ref nfhe.bas .,

t County Telegraph .. become the
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, .Proprietors Or
PHONE 133: teal at kr9n Florida this DenF'JI'lrl.I. "Coke": =Coca-Cola
315 TEMPLE AVE. cemher, 19th., .
OITIIO UNOII AUTHOilTY O' THI COCA.COLA natural(or popular nameskc"
( COMPANY to
8KAI.) A. J. Thomas IV
STARKE A.. Clerk of said' Cnurt. acquire friendly abbrevu-
i FLORIDA Robert If Duncan, Si| Lynch I1"t.r STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I tions. That's why you b car
iH, j: Jacksonville Florida, Atty. for Plf: 1 Coca-Cola. called
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JANUARY 14. 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAFIf. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE TIIKKK


Have you seen Bunny's new Marjorie Davis is now singing"Oh Meet The FacultyMrs. ---(I I visiting Starke Saturday.Mrs I guest of his parents

r H. S. SCHOOL NEWSSTAFF coat-quite the stuff, kid. I'm Johnny", Of course there W, C, Rhoden returned ,i I Mrs. Horace Martin returned

afraid ole Susie will have to make couldn't be any connection be- Thorn was born In Wl\llh.1 Sunday after upending several']|home from Camden' Ala.. Monday :

her goat hair do another winter. tween that and her new G. I, I II ington, Indiana She graduated months with 1 her husband at after several days visit therewith

During the mad cram before friend Johnny A. Jones. It seems from high school there, majoring' Phoenix, Arizona, where he Is I lelatlves. ,

exams yours truly saw Luella I I as though everyone i is singing In English. As proof of her : serving in Uncle Sam's Army. Miss Frances Barry returned :

Editor-in-Chief Susie Seesit Davis and Gene Cope studying' some song Dee C. la now sing- ability she won a state gold Mr, and Mrs. Rupert Zelgler I to Leesburg Wednesday after sev- f

Freddie Wimberly each other very hard. Ooops. my I I II Ing, "No Letter Today". No let medal for public speaking. Later and daughter Judy were visiting eral days visit here with her Cl l lI
Co-Editor II mistake, that should read "with ter from Kansas In two weeks, she attended Indiana State Teach- his father and mother Friday paren tat t

Virginia Sewell What a load off of dear ole I each other". Teh, tsh. Speakingof so I hear Cheep,.up, Dee, He ers College where she majored In 1 I night. I j Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher of ;
Susie's mind--exams are over, studying together Myrtle may be on his way home.
Senior Biographies English and foreign languages.She Mr and Mrs Ben Faulkner have ;! Worthington Springs visited Mrs.
}llB Hazen, Roberta Whitfield and I do believe I passed them. I Dobbs and Billy Colson aren't The senior class magazine campaign also took some special bought Mr Daugherty's place. We I R. K. Hazen' and family Tuell'f

News :___ Marjorie Davis Maybe I'll be promoted to the doing badly.In came to an end Tues. morn courses In literature at Indiana extend them a welcome. day. i

t. _:.___________ Darby Peek eighth grade next year after all. case you hear someone calling ing with the highest salesman University and In Chicago she Mrs Martha Will Castleberryof '
I dropped around at the dance dogs,in the halla, no attention I I' Mr aDdfI's, Marvin Hazen of
Edgar Wilkinson pay being Betty Gene Wade. Susie took courses In English, litera- New Jersey Is visiting her Starke I i
lal Features __ Lola BlechaJo Friday night and found the kids to it, for Virginia S, has sho' likes her autograph goat she ture, and little theatre. parents, Mr. and Mia. Cockren. I were visitors here Saturday -
Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, in the groove... Those doing O. K. finally learned to whistle like a won aa a prize
Faxon Martin were Wayne S. and Sereta K., wolfess.B Mrs. Thorn has taugh six yearsIn Mrs John C. Keith of New I Mrs. E. A, Sapp of New River
Phyllis
tby Must let you in 0 n Lora'aCrews' Washington, Ind., and this Is
Jersey In visiting friends here. I visited Mrs. Nora i iHal'ry
Melverna Thornton Charles Mercer and Virginia K. H S.'s own rookie, Mr. Rooks, Sapp Sunday.
proposal Sat. night. Whata her first year at B. H. S, Mr. and Mrs. John Jordon and
mbly Martha Lee Martin, Darby and Robin, Edgar and Vir- has had an addition to his familyone I Sapp of Jacksonville
gal, this being leap year, too!
She has children of
Margaret Stringfellow ginia S., Myna: B. and Philip L., Marvin Edward Rooks. been married 15 years Hlllcrest were visiting visited his mother over the week-
Maybe ole Susie can catch a 4-F
and has two sons, her mother, Mrs. S R. Swindell
Henry M a n a s s a and Marlon Congratulations, Papa. Another on the run.Fourth end,
Editorial Brown, with honorable mentionto surprise of the week occurred During Mrs Thorn's life she recently |!! Mrs. E.1l.onll of Jacksonville -
Anthony Baker and Lyle.I when Mrs Tucker, as she explained per I od bookkeeping has had various hobbles, such as The community In very sorry' visited relatives here Thursday -

le other day I heard a teacherto also notice that the star bas- It, was "determining what to class witnessed a change In seatIng radio work, directing play, and to know that Mr. and Mis. Zvig-|I of last week.

[ a student, "You are a.pro- ketball pia y e r, P. L. Dinkins, do with noisy Elbert Earl when toLher day Seems.. though :I little theatre work. She says ler are ill and hope they will both .I Mrs" D. H, Dukes. and dangly\ if

It Inator.." My curiosity stir- graciously gave Waldo two extra up I looked and there my son Dale Cherry was wearing out I she enjoys leaching very much. soon regain their health.BROOKER. I ter, Grace', of Worthinutnn/ i

I looked up the meaning of points Sat. night Whose side was". Her son has been in the shoe leather walking from the Her special likes are rearing I Springs visited Eddie, Lewis and

word. It means a person are you on, Paul? hospital for several months In boys and doing something for family Sunday.
back to
the front Of the
puts things off from day to Senior Class has acquired a Oklahoma and was discharged, room to soldiers. Mrs. Thorn will haveto Iy Minnie Lau hazes I I The following were in Gainesville

Many of us are that way. new member-pert, blonde, \Virginia not notifying her that he was re aee Dorothy Bal'us": so patriotic wait until after the war for SCOUT SriTEK last week: Mr and Mm. M. I

aps you notice It when mid- Knight .,1 ,know she'll. like turning. Everyone Is happy for Mrs. Parkerson moved her to the her favorite food-thick chocolate The Girl Scouts gave a chicken O. Harrell and daughter. Cath-
examinations came and her that he la home. back. to hear milk shake with three dips I ,
up BHS.Itema. Sorry of her accident Supper last Saturday afternoon )I erine, Mr and Mrs T W Mar-
realized that your notebooknot Heard Roberta getting Information of Ice cream. Mrs Lee Green and Mrs. i
from the State Farm hope the B. R. shot In The amount made on the supper I key,
to date, and those for Dot Faxon's biographyMon. Mrs. Thorn teaches Earnest i
up 'pear to be right interesting, I her ear won't interfere with Dale's English was $29.00 which will apply toward Edwards.
reports that should have Robin asked, "How do you here In junior high. We are
I
Lila Rae has changed her theme whispered words of this and that. very 1 I purchasing uniforms for the
made as soon as read like and what is your reaction proud to have her memberof
you as
a
song from "Oh, How I Hate To ('Philip is happy now because he Scouts. The Scouts wish to thank Be Quick To TreatBronchitis
| book were still just' braln- I to bookkeeping? Dot sighed and the faculty of B. H. S., and
Get Up In The Morn ing" to ,has moved into Dorothy's seat, each and everyone who so generously
( rent Then for the next little said, "Well, there are only two we are glad aha likes Starke and I
"Stormy Weather" since her surrounded Oleeta Green donated.
by Mar.
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began to hurryforng boys in there. Greatest benefitto B. H S.
you
bugler hasn't wi' t ten lately jorle Carmichael Clarice Rosier Betty Long, Scribe. I
} the old saying that "haste the bookkeeping exam students
Roberta, along with some of the and Phyllis Martin;
es waste". But this is what was her Ink eradicator Good Incidentally, TIIERESSABy Mrs J. W. Thomas and son,
,
other State Farm ites, has) a "The Old Maid: Society" Is seri Chronic bronchitis may develop If
ened-yOu turned In deed Dottlel! Wayne, and Mrs. C. A. Crosby at.
papers
"Boogie Woogie Boy from Com ously considering Initiating a new Miw Ida IlagnnMrs. your cough,chest cold, acute!bronchitis -
lug that you could have done Saw Lorene's new flame, Andy. tended a Women's Missionary is not treated and you cannot ,
C member.
uch better job on them if pany He sure Is a killer diller as far S. E Trlest and daughter, Union Rally at Antioch Baptist afford to take a chance with any medicine -
| had had the time, a poore Senior Class seems to be pretty an looks are concerned. Speakingof Maybe the tenth grade English Eva Mae, were visiting in Starke church last Frl",,). less potent than Creomuteion' ,

because you have had the gloomy about losing Darby and the latest, I hear June Patel Class will become quieter Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart, which trouble goes to help right loosen to the and seat expel of germ the I ,

[only you found other things Edgar to the Navy. But they likes gold bars and horned-rim since Ralph A., won't be tryingto W. T. Zelgler of Jacksonville and Mrs Rob Lewis were In laden phlegm and aid nature to '
{which to fill it up. say' the Navy gets the best. classes attract the attention of Anne spent the weekend with his parents 'Gainesville Saturday soothe and heal raw,tender.Inflamed

we're starting a new Susie and Billy Colson started Knnble, as she Is moving this Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Mrs R. E. Hiizen visited her bronchial Creonrmlslon mucous blends membranes.
the beech
pw Army or Navy We are sure wood
the rumor Monday that the rings week Another one of the more Pvt. and Mrs. Dampier and ulster Mrs. Clarence Stricklandat
ter and have all the time that he will succeed In whateverhe creosote byspeclal process with other
hall need In order to pre- were here. Just to see the disappointed I fortunate students 'leaving Is Wllla son, Dillle, were visiting In Jack LaCrosse last' week time tested medicines for coughs-
|for final examinations. Starty undertakes. looks on the Seniors faces Jean Malone. We will sure sonville Friday Seaman Earl Cook of New York It contains no narcotics.No .
I matter how medicines
when they found out they weren't miss her. Earl Geiger S 1-c was visitinghis and Milton Cook of the Merchant many
doing each day's work to DOROTHY MAK1E FAXON I I you have tried' tell your druggist: : to
est of your ability. Very small, &%" to be exact, here, but then you should have Susie's gab is rationed Just like mother, Mrs. J. P. Dlckernon, Marine, Norfolk, Va., are visiting sell you a bottle of CreomuUion with ,
seen the look on our faces when everything else, so will be back and family last week-end. their mother the understanding you must like the ;
Dot Faxon has traveled more than they really showed up that next week with the latest. I I Mr. Batten and daughters, I I Seaman W. C Crosby, of Green way It quickly allays the cough, permitting I
rest and '
for Biographies any other person In the senior after-I' sleep, or you are to 'I
class. Since August 7, 1926, she noon. They sho' are pretty -Susie, Helen and Elale Hunter, were ,Cove Springs was a weekend have your money back. (Adv)
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ROMEO: PRESCOTTeo has lived In 42 and Hawaii
states ,
Prescott la particularlyof because of her father's being In "Sl1i llW.essential to Victory,and we shall continue our job of building themat

sports, especially hunting the Navy. Dot has lived In record pace In 1944"- E. G. GRACE, president, Bethlehem Steel Com 1'." 1rT."I

fishing. He has no stronges Starke since she wan In the fifth +: -"-' ? ,
; ".It. fdT t f'7' '. Jor
!< ,
' 1<
| except "conceited people"', grade, her father being stationed ,. ,' .;",,.,,,<.. (/)1;,,' >. '" .S' '<" Ori' i..,
he detests. in Jacksonville. ; .1'Nili" .''' "
s h ,
was born on December 12, Her heart belongs to an Air I' !",. "
1 n Highland. He began Corps Cadet named Jimmy. Dot ) I. ;) "

il at the age of six. He loves to cook, especially spaghetti, '
ated from the Lawtey Jun- but she refuses to wash dishes.

Igh School in the ninth I Strange aa it may seem, she likes 4eJ'_

and then he came to Staike tall blondes, but dislikes short,
tenth This Is his third brown eyed blondes named Bill.

ast year at B. H. S. I After graduation she plans to ''w +,ew.,:

neo has no definite post- work or get married. Good luck, .x. 4
s+r'y e+w rose "n tt t.
ate plans but, be says ,"I Dot, and have' pity .on. your .husband 'l,4XX, <
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meri a's food oJ'and feed production goals for 1,000 Liberty ships .. and cargo ships, 70% of the program being in
lighting craft, and 30% in cargo. These are of

exceed all records. The question, is being ". 38 different

fcked-"How many more acres must be put undere ",& _HIP A DAY/' with a number to spare, was the record production delivered by Bethlehem FIGHTING CRAFT

plow?" In the face of labor and machinery 'in, 1943 to the United States Navy the Britisb Navy and the U. S. Maritime Commission. This program 3s 13.000-Ton,000-Ton Battleship.", 2.100-Ton 1,61o.TonDn'l'O'en'WU Deftroycra

the greatest in magnitude and diversity ever accomplished by a private builder in the world's Cruiser I>eiiroyer Escort

hortages, the question might better' be-"How history. It marked the fulfillment of a promise made by Bethlehem a year ago to build in 1943 an IoOWTonLight Cruiser nduiclInfantryLanding t Craft talc

Iuch,'more can be produced on every acre now [average of "a ship a day" of major fighting and cargo craft.- OOO-Too Light M.700-Ton Aircraft
Cn, Carriers
ing farmed? -' The list of ships includes J aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers, virtually every type of fighting 77,000-Ton Aircraft Carrier

periment station results show that the intelli; craft, as well as a large number Liberty ships and other cargo vessels. In addition, Bethlehem ship CARGO SHIPSrepair

with otherisential yards converted repaired, and serviced over 7,000 vessels, a vital contribution toward keeping Liberty Ship Other type Cargo Ship
pnt use of potash, properly balanced: Victory Ship Single-Strew Tanker
the Allied fleets in fighting trim. C IB Car oShipt T"III-Scre..Tanlocr

plant foods, can greatly increase yield C-3E Ca/go Ship Or*1t.astersbrps
Measuring the program by Liberty ships, a battleship is equal 'to forty Liberty ships; and C-3 Cargo Combat Ship ,Tram?

|id quality. If you do not know just ,how much the value of the ,year's work in Bethlehem's shipbuilding,, division was the equivalent of over PaMenger-arxJ-Carfio Ship Fleet. TUB
25,000-Too Orc-inti Oil Camera
tash your soil needs to make every acre do ll,000 Liberty ships. -
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best, your official agricultural 1 tort of National' Program-Bethlehem is permitted to publish these fact as part of our country's ?

''total: program. Led by the U. S. Navy and the U. S. Maritime Commission,. Americas shipbuilding in ',' :
tlvisers
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you. .has been national triumph of production. Y
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L M for free information ,,,,,literature 'We thank our thousands of suppliers.'whose efforts have been essential to our contribution.'We .
the practical fertilization of jour crops.
congratulate the men and women in the Bethlehem organization, in shipyards, steel plants,

factories, mines and in every division, all of whom have had a part in this effort. -
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MERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE ;Nolyd.i Task Ala....-The year's work in Bethlehem's shipyards, steel mills and other departments I

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111 SOCIETY and CLUBSWoman's I Quarterly Meeting Mrs. Davis ReportsOn II Miss Lois Elmore Drivers Licenses ceeding There year.was a, total of 3,716 -.

Of New River WMU ConventionAt" Becomes Bride Show Decline Issued In all classes!! October permits
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-- -I Held At Antioch U. D. C. MeetingThe Of Bill West Jr. Gas rationing and tire shortage, leading the list with 2,814
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Club' ''Miss Perdue To Wed (
I The quarterly meeting of the W. T. Weeks Chapter, I Miss Lois Annette Elmore, according to County Judge E. K. City Councilman W. M. Ed-
Names CommitteeTo Lieut. L. O. JonesMr. W. M. U., of the New River United Daughters of the Confederacy i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Perryman, are responsible for still wards has returned to his home

Revise ByLawsThe Association!!! : met with the Antioch met Wednesday after Elmore of Laurens, S. C., became another set of new changed sta here after undergoing treatmentIn
and Mrs Elbert Leland I' Baptist Church on January 7, and noon of last week, at the home the bride of Pfc. Bill West Jr.. tistics. Thin time It has been Riverside Hospital for an infected
Woman's Club met Wednesday Perdue of Buena Vista road, Columbus . he rally theme was "Echoes of of Judge and Mrs< K. K, Perry- son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill West pointed out that the driving license jawbone. He will be con-

afternoon and was pre- Ga., announce the engagement the Leaders Conference" Dele man and held the- first',meetingof Sr., of Childress. Texas, on Fri- registration for 1943 dropped fined to his. home' for some time

sided over by the president. Mrs.H. of their daughter.Lee Mary Otis gates from the various churches the new year. White narcissi day, January 7, at the home of 25 percent under the pre- yet.N0TICE. t
C. Rltch. Elizabeth to Lieutenant iWended. and ferns were used for Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., ...... "y r
The secretary, Mrs. Ethel M. merly Jonea of Jr.Starke, of Fort, the Benning marriage, for-to The program opened at 10 A. decoration In the living room on North Church St. Chaplain c -- ." ,'.' .', c.: -- ," . ", ,'. t

Biggs, read the club By-Law anda be solemnized on February 5 at M., with assembly singing of the where the guests were seated. Geo. R.- McCakan officiated at. '

discussion followed. It was the First Baptist church in Col- hymn "The Morning Light is I The meeting was presided over the double ring ceremony.
decided to revise the By-Laws umbus. Breaking," followed by prayer. by the president Mrs. O. L. White gladioli, palms and fern I
and Mrs. Jeanette Young was ap- The Devotional was led by Mrs. I Beasley and Miss Madge Middle- were used In d e c o rating the

pointed chairman of'the revision The.of bride her parents..Ie ,the onlygdaue.hiter She/ w a s'gxaduated : M: L.' Cason'' reading Psalm 78: ton acted as secretary protem. Mundy\ home, and the scene was TO OUR KEROSENE & FUE ..OILCUSTOMERS '

committee. At the next meeting; 1.9. using the 6th verse 'as her Planning towards another i War lighted by .taU white tapers in.
from the Qolumbushigft .. .
the By-Laws will be m4'"an! < ) school, In 1938 and attended! subject, followed by p ray er. Bond, the dime donation was graduated candelabra.A .J. "eOn '.. .
voted ""I business taken also $25 towards ,
upon. the Georgia State Woman's Col- After this the necessary ; was given program of nuptial music
Mrs. L. ''A. Canova, chairmanof lege In Valdosta. She Is novel !! was transacted and the'' following a 'scholarship fund for was presented by Mrs. L. A. -

music, presented two high associated with the rent division committees were appointed training a Red Cross nurse; and Canova pianist, whose numbers account of shortage of help and

school students, who gave beautiful of the Office of Price Administration !, ; a five dollar T. B. bond was Included "Because" (Guy d'Hardelot -

groups of Instrumental and in Columbus. 'Program-Mrs. Fred May. Mrs.J. bought, Twe 1 v e subscriptions ) and "0 Promise Me" (Reginald due to the present condition' of our
vocal numbers. Miss Virginia T. Kirby, Mrs. J. W. Thomas were given to the United Daugh- de Koven).
h Sewell gave as pla.no"solos "Clairde Lieutenant Jones is the son and Mrs. H. D. Dowllng. ters of the Cpnfederacy Maga The bride wore a dressmaker stock and trucks it will be

Lune" (Dubuaay) and "To a of Mrs. Lee Otis Jones, Sr., Registration-Mrs. J. F. Parriah. zine. *.:; .OJ! suit of 'blue crepe, with navy necessary

Wild Rose" (MacDowell). Miss Starko, Fla. He graduated from Resolutions-Mrs. Ray Walden Tie registrar, Miss OHve ,Ray, accessories and her corsage was
refl check
; 1.. June Patel sang/ two ballads, Bradford County High School and Mrs. H. M Lovett and Mrs. R. reported, that Mrs.; iF.IWik Wil of gardenias. -, that; ypu, kecp: ** ; ;.on. your
"Smoke Gets in Your Eye and son's credentials hadr bepntflnlshed Her maid' of honor and only '
I A. Thomas. I
later attended the of
University and"gi"eiUs 24hQurs
"Say a Prayer for the Boys Over Following this, a solo "Never and that she was now a Chap- attendant, Miss Virginia Cask Ins, tanks: ;; notice. ,,onall'

There." I Florida. Before entering the I01Je" 'wss sung by Mrs. A. B. ter member In full standing. Mrs.R. wore a gold crepe suit with brown ,' ; "<*;;",; :""'J \.. -
Refreshments of hot tea, cheese Army In November. 1942, Lieutenant CoJCII,' A. Green presented the name accessories and a cor sage of fuel I oil orders.

sandwiches candy, chocolate and Jones was employed In "My Impressions of the Con- of MissjCaroIyn .Green-as a new camellias.Mr. : ,

raisin cake were served by the the poetofflce, in Starke. Fla. ,He ference" was given by Mrs. Ray member} and same met with the West had as his best man .. .. r -,' ..i c.- .-:': ..
hostesses, who were: Mrs. Frank la I .Instructor Walden 1st. Lt. George N Searcy of New '
now, with the
an approval of the Chapter.
: t Wilson, Mrs A. E. McKinney, I 'School at \ 'iSpec'lal: music was rendered by Orleans, La. Have*Your Coupons Ready. The O. D. T.
Infantry Mrs. L A. Davis .Treasurer-
Bennlng'
'E Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. N. D.W&Inwrlgbt I ,the Antioch W M. S., after which Mr. and Mrs. West will make ,

I Sr., Mrs. John '.he-Qfferlng was taken. I General of;,' gave General an Interesting Convention report their home at 402 N. Cherry St., <.' Won't Allow Repeal Calla
1'rl' Uglow, Mrs. C. F. Ward and Announce Birth | I 4 Aa Interesting talk was given the ,> lIe Mr. West Is!! stationed at .
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. \ which she attended In 'Columbu /1 Keyston.Army..Air Field. ...' .t ": !r-j .{.. .' ..
; ft Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Williams' i >y f Mrs, H. D. Dowllng, Young : Ohio. t1|( ;,I f J "re's! fe -'_
I Peoples' Leader, to I owed by I '
Rooks announce the birth of a The hostess, assisted"by;( 11ra.:
Baptist Circles prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Intermediate B. T. U-
ion, Marvin Edward',Rooks, on W. O. Halle and Miss Olive Ray, STANDARD OIL CO.'
The meeting recessed at 12:30:
Friday Decembers, In the Ala r ;
Clrciec'of the Baptist W.M.TT. :for the noon hour. Lunch was served tempting refreshments' rot' Elects New Officers I
chug. County Honpttal In'oOal., hot tea' "fruit salad- u: '
will meet Tuesday, Jan. 18, ,at erved by the Antioch W. M. S. congealed ,
? r J
,. < > .
vnie. >; ;> saltines land cake.: Th Intermediate Baptist Training K. G. DUNCAN, Agent
3 o'clock as follows: No; 1 at v ,./ r> .\ :. The afternoon program opened V rM"
'
"
'1yy' the home of Mri. L. Q. Powell; 1 !tt(.1:30: with the song service led Those present'were': Mrs''O.' : L. Union meets every Sunday

dt t No. 2 at the church annex with Army Orchestral'\.... '*:'. r> iy! Mrs Fred May, followed by Beasley.' 'Miss, Madge'Mlddleton, church.evening at 6:30: o'clock- ,, at the /' '.' ,........,....
Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Mrs, '' Miss Arllne: Mann,. Miss Olive '
To Play For?Dance &*.,prayer by Mrs. L. E. Wilson. officers were" .
..
The following -
J. H. Lord aa hostesses; No 3 Mrs. H. L. Hough secretary, Ray, hireHal; Edwards, Mrs: t'

with Mrs. S. E. Sparks." The Sgt. Foote's "Infantrymen': an presented ..Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Frank Wilson, Mrs.nWjQ... Halle, elected'Sunday evening President, f
Business ;Women's Circle i\f I 111 I l 8 piece ,orchestra*: from Camp,\past resident, with a lovely gift Mrs. G., W. Roberts Mrs. L: -A. Billy Miles; secretary! ;Jeanette 1 V r '
meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock Standing. will'play' for the weakly a tden ,of appreciation to her Davis. Mrs.' Annie Lou Godwin, Priest; pianist Selata Sparks; t
with Mrs; lAx Green swing session at the YWCA-USO for her many years of faithfulness Mrs W; i J.'Chandler, Mrs, RJ A. group captain, Evelyn Neweome.. CARPENTER'S '. .
,
Saturday night. The O. S. O. and splendid work rendered Green Mrs.O.. 1.,. .Haynes and Miss Grace Phelps"Is.leader of 't' V . ., ,
this and Invites all Intermediates j
group
New ArrivalWord will furnish dancing partners Jor J n the\ past Mrs. Ferryman. .*. .
to attend., 1 .
the event' to ,which alt servlcl Inspirational talks were givenby ; WISHES TO :
has been received here men and Service men's wives, are ttto 'A oclatlon chairman on BrownWarrenRaymond .

8 of the birth of a son to Cpl. and invited. their part of the work. Mrs. Julia Eastman h// :. ,1 l

?, Mrs LeRoy Hackney of Tampa, Hostesses for the dance this The executive meeting was presided Brown ,.ann ,of Mrs. for
I' Florida on Jan. 10. Mrs, Hackney week are: Mrs C. A, Knight over by Mrs. W C. Carr, Arle Brown of Starke,. and Miss Funeral services Mrs. Julia WELCOMECOL.

p, Is the former Glenda Ferol chairman; Mrs. .W..- H. Nollman, preAldent At this time the Blanche Warren, daughter ''of-,Mr. Eastman, who died Wednesday .4. .
Jones, daughter of Mrt., *!*- o. Mrs. W. G. Halle; Mrs. E. 'X: Association: voted, to send Mrs. and Mrs. Bruce Warren, of Worth- at her home here, were held

Jones and a former resident of Canova, Mrs. Louis Hill and Mrs. H. L. Hough, secretary, and Mrs. ington Springs, were married Sat- Thursday afternoon In the Baptist WALTER E. SMITH
1 Starke. Hal Edwards. H. D. Dowllng Young People's urday night, Jan. 8, In a quiet I Church. A more complete .

""J . ._____.,- - .... ._. Leader, to the State W. M. U. ceremony performed. the Rev. obituary will be carried In the
----- -- - - - Methodist next ,Issue of the Telegraph. '
Convention at BradentonBapllsChurep t G. C. Powell at the
.1 on January 1719. parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Fate I i ?? AND HIS STAFF""
4 students at Southern for the
'
The with Brown witnesses.
meeting adjourned were
: I )
WELCOME! / Mrs:; Ray Walden pronouncing theneC1ctlon. If.. college chorus . All she has J .
;;_. W. S. C. S. Td'Meet to do now Is to conquer the __ : ; .t,"
f 1' Metropolitan-OperaT/ ".""-1\dtt( ""'" '
People I'll Miss: Irene Matthews, 'WI' .
Birth Announced The Woman's'Society of Chris -
whose manner and bru-
pleasant
tian Service of the Methodistchurch J
,
COL. nette have the '''t 1 ...i'"
SMITH AND STAFF beauty graced
Mr and Mrs. James RichardValDwrlght will meet Monday afternoon ,
\ announce the birthof at 3:20: o'clock, in the church. Coca-Cola office for the past fewyears ;
Starke's loss Is Gainesvilla's
o. Carpenter's Drug Store !
a" daughter on Tuesday Jan. Business and program meeting.
\ but I'll bet Irene will
,
11, In the Alachua County Hospital Circle No: One will have charge gain
TO be slipping back to,Call St., every
STARKE & BLANDING Gainesville., of the program. Y"
now and then jus' to see how .
'.r.' _._ ,_._____._n_._____..... VT _ ..... "'_,_ we're getting along without her TilE :itcft. DRUG STORE

," Better forget that sunshine

_ May Your Stay Here Be A Very, Carolyn! Callstreet with Item .I. .started It's raining the again column! off. Starke Florida

t< So long . See you when the ,

P sun! comes out! . .
_
i -- _J_" -CBrol ,,,._, ._, .
.
-" Pleasant One . - -"- - -, ' ' 1.' - ..- ".000
Glad to toM the Bun peeping outpasbfully each other about as far away
.. \<.jIII """"' _' ''':'I1 .\ : ,.' .',J'1oIt. ..' /" Wedenaday after, .the ,from home as two guys could

gloomiest spell of weather wlth- I very'well get . Victor's address
""'" J.i memory of this particular gal Is: Lt. Victor C. Thomas-'
1 |
,
'11I' ... ... .. ... .
; .1 ; ,reporter _j Everyone agrees O. 1111391, C. E.. Engineer Sec
_ 1// ..... that the flu germ1 won't give tion Dash Section 2, S. O. S., '

up the ghost until the sun comes APO 463: care Postmaster: New
out .BO come on. Sol, -. Do York, J*' .. ;-Y. ni i. ... W -. E L :, C -' 0 M '- ,E.
,
THE! CAMP DINER : i i ; ) durtItuff! .ja In spite of the -. -

ibsence of sunlight understand Seems a group of Lois (Mrs. TO COL. WALTER E. SMITH
that several of our high school- A. Z.) ''Adklns': friends.were teasIng -

lassies are still beaming over the her' tother day about not being '
First AND HIS
ENTIRE STAFF
'r is .Quality First In Service, Ruper-generofilty .of Santa Claus! able to go to a certain event
this year . Hear Colette GreenIs because- of the
new baby in the
to take ..... ..... r ... .. ... .
CALL ST. LSTARKE FLORIDA lylrg a trip so she can family She stoutly denied ..
/get to use that exquisite lizard that Iti would make any differ- ;i

w... .... ..._.. .............. TT _ ...._ _._,_ skin fitted case And Georgia ence, but the same friends HERE YOU 'WILL
.
i' g I Gilpin will tell ,you the time of couldn't help but notice her dash ALWAYS FIND A

day, by her swanky new Bulova, away from the Woman's Club WARM WELCOME.: JUST AS IN THE ," i.h. f l .
at the slightest provocation . meeting Wednesday aft ernoonso PAST IT HAS BEEN OUR PRIVILEGE -.. aWE "' r,> ..... "'

As.fot poor little me . All I she'd be "In time to help with. TO SERVE THE MEN AT CAMP

asked for was a new pair of the baby'rk . Frenzied Friendship ; BLANDING. SO WE HOPE YOU WILL .. ' '
:
V'.v WELCOMECOL nylons, and Santa Claus 'jus' : Edgar Wilkinson jolnin' the I GIVE US THAT SAME PRIVILEGE. .'. ;J ooi\ a,
laughed an' laughed! . Navy before "his\ tl C-thla? weekIn . .,. OWNED -BY A SERVICE MAN WE

order i to go along with Darby THOROUGHLY
.'1 .I f..hJncto knowf that all Peek .jj i |.(Hear Hy Carleton, currently UNDERSTAND TilE "i- .i ""
SERVICE
those maddening madcap mishaps I 9{)ertalnlng convalescentsin b1AN'S.NEEDS.AND.PROBaQ;, ::; r, g, , ,

/ connected! with a''I bride's a big hospital up North, has. .; LEl\IS. I : ; ,
i first company dinner actually do staged'a show that's so popularIt : t.-t.:
SMITH happen In'real life and not .JustIn ma)'.b sent on the road , .

books and movies Miriam Glimpsed t ,at Woman's;Club meeting I ... ..
(Guy) Jopling writes friends that Wednesday afternoon: Hilda- C'"

v' ,; 1.1. she and her Major (Wallace) belle Wilson making a lovely pic- OFFER YOU A WIDE SELECTION \ '
iveretentertalning the Colonel at ture In, becoming fuchsia hat and <

dinner, tother night, and every fabulously, frilly jabot .,'*, ; OF JEWELRY l' '
MILITARY" ,
thing went fine until "time to "
,
; pour, the coffee. ,,, ImagineMlriam'e In Mailbag "'
.The
Dear
,; I !l Carolyn: WATCHES "' .
surprise when the DIAMONDS SERVICE'RINGS'.
pot Guess you are surprised to hear ,
/ was tilted and! what should flow I .
E from told '
.,.. _. I an ex-Callstreeter. '
Into the Colonel's but AND MANY !
cup pure, have been promoted to Radio- OTHER
unaUulturated hot water! . man 3-c and transferred from ; "

r Seems she had thought of every- Solomons, Md., to New Orleans. ........ , ., .. ...... : .ITEMS'w.J : _< ,
thing but adding the coffee! . Have. been assigned to my new 4

The Colonel laughed *'Heh. Itch ship and I leave immediately. ... .
,
oP hehBut Fit bet If he was Please publish la1Id Uniforms And m. ",,' .
my e.aa .and
Military
I an 'ole coffee fiend like most of tell ,. : : Supplies :
Your Coming Here Is Cer- us ,he all, the "old gang" I would (
silently cussed under his
A Fine I breath! . love to hear from them. Must :. Jji
tairjly Thing For '
shove 'off. Our :
so bye for ,now.- Specialty 1(* <:'
i Camp Blanding. And We r Hear Ed Sllvenmlfs gold bars Walter M. King. RM 3-c USS . ,,.,. 5?\
LST
I
603. care Fleet Post Office
Join Your New Post In I turned Lee to silver while he and New York N. Y. Important, r ... .... ,Jfr>,Sa
Mary'
Greeting You And Yours. vacaton here were, .on. their Congratulations recent- Announcement: There's been some Expert.I The "'", ..,. .""' '> ..." Y

I : Truth Is Stranger change 'round our place, as any :.:.. 137JVatch :
f r one can see. And now the
Thomas Than Fiction received Dept.? Marie I who's running thing. Is no one one \ And STAG"Everything ''w/'i'Call i
a letter from : St.
else but
Koch her me! I'm Marvin Edwardand
Drug Store husband Lt Victor tother '
I I arrived 8:45
day laying that he was sitting at : P. M.. Dec. ClockRepairing
31. 7 SerStarke.
weighing
I In bis hotel lobby, somewhere pound 8 ounces. for the ,
in
India .My mother and dad are Mr.\ and vice Man.
I Including A'
Thursday
Starke night. Dec. ,
23.
Florida end who should stroll in but Lt. Mrs. Marvin Williams Rooks . v... Square Deal. Fla.

I Ralph Rhodes! . '. Fancy those Hear Jewell- .II
two Caltatreeters Powrn. Call St.
+ running into
songbird, has been chosen one of

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J\T. JANUARY 14, 1944 BRADFORD
COUNTY TKLEOKAPII. STARE FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

Mrs. G. C Powell Mrs. Neal, :Mrs! William L. Baggett Is expected -I morning. the ,
keeping production room
of LOCAL NEWSCol. openfor
ITS I Sfrs. E. K. and Mrs. to I
Perryman return here Sunday I Reporting on Junior Red Cross two, Instead of one day a Do feel
W G.-; ,Haile were In. Gainesville from Indianapolis, Ind. Plo to activities Mrs. Ruth' Morse, head you
last Friday attending the Sem- her marriage Mrs. Baggett. was of that group announced 100 per week, 'II is la practiced at present' i
Thomas T. Long and Mrs. Fred Guy and small son, inar of the Woman's Society of Miss Abble Harley cent membership among schoolchildren because of the Increased demand
JTom, Jr., of Georgetown James Frederick Guy, Jr.. came Christian Service of the Gainesville All Gage hats reduced 40 per In the county, 1,837 white for supplies Ample material for "left out of it"?
arrived at the home of the home last Thursday from the District. cent. Come early for best aeleclions.Lelhs's and' 681 colored youngsters having these articles Is on hand but
Mrs. F. H. Alachua ARE YOU the rhunceto
mother Long In milling
s County Hospital
James Goilbold, Jr., who is In Dress Shop. responded to tIle drive for there are not sufficient machine'
day. Tom Jr., stayed here Gainesville and are receiving callers share In tills \\-a.-ml.. .
the U. S. and his mother, Junior membership in the or
Navy Miss Irene Matthews, ,of f Ice i In the production room to make
aunt, Mrs. Myrtice Car- at their home North Walnut
Is on .
Mrs. James Godbold of Jacksonville ganisation.She Inc an eperlene 'ou'li value
while his father went too St. manager of the Starke Coca-Cola lit up If the room continues to )
of mlll-I were guests Friday of Mrs. Bottling Co., for .the. past two or also related plans for Val- !remain open only one day each all' your life?
for an exchange
Arriving daily-New Spring S. S. Dowling and Mr!!. W. S. three years, has been' transferred entine Day and Easter activitiesIn week Mrs. Lemuel Colson. head
nformatlon_ between the air suite and all lllicht lit the "'.\(',
coats, light a !alien. connection with now you
SUpmaix to the C o m p any's Gainesville the Station of production, saId
here-and the tank destroyer. ; :, Also new shipment of band ; ''U/"MrsX. could he doing a vital .\rmy
hospital at
E. Llghtfoot lit con- plant where she willserve In the Camp Blanding whichare
at Camp Hood, Texas Leila's Dress. Shop. 'r== Job. You could he>> gettingvaluable :
valesclnjr from an attack of flu same capacity. Miss MatthewsIs I being arranged by the Junior
Conolel Is stationed
the I t m. I nlng.i meetingnew
Mrs. J. B. Alexander and
Mrs. U A. Davis was in Jack being succeeded here by Mrs. group.
expect to return tot Texas WE WISH TO WELCOME people, seeing. new placestthlle
'are
Wilma both
laughter' con- sonville \Vednesday. Renate Corrigan whose husband i Mrs. Jeanette Klncald reported I
!this week. A. ,.1 fined 'to their home with nUt Mrs, El, J. Dowling spent Wednesday Is stationed: at Blandlng\ ,for Mrs. Levy Canova, Home I serving jour country.
bats reduced
Gage Come early for bent 40 ueleeLella'B per-- Mrs to Edward Burns has returned In Jacksonville. Pvt. Hy Carlton returned Tuesday vice chairman, who was se..1 ('01.. SMITH, AND. illS, !MoreVOCM are needed at
her work at the Red -
i Mrs. Klncald told of the .
Dress Lt. Btuner Baker returned to to the Valley Forge Genera once. Get full details about
Kenneth Shop. "fs' crops after toy,a _s e v eral weeks'absence Camp Sutton, N. C., after'spending Hospital where he Is on a special I mittees' medical, assistance. In 'ST4\F. rlhffhlllty, training/ pay, I the
Johnson, who due Illness.
:
homes throughout the district, of .
leave with his assignment e n t ertalalng troops, Job''ar" lo. hothl'Y Ike.Go
a 10-day par-
ed at Camp Blanding but Mrs. D. C. Forehand and loans extended Service men's
to to the \\
alter spending a 10-day furlough nearest S.Imy
and Mrs. T. W. Baker,
Mr
ents. ;
home Is In Tallahassee, daughter' Peggy, David Fletcher at his home heie. He and Mrs: families stranded here because of U..rul.sttttlOll.. / (Your local
at Heights.
guest Saturday of his and Billy Leap were week-end Keystone Carleton spent several days at delay In allotment checks and of pont office will /nli I you
Mrs. S. ,S.: Dowltng and guests. of Mrs. Myrtle: Carpenter. bry New house shipment drew.**of*. striped'Also acetate Clmm- Miami Beach during vhls visit. the committee's aid In procuring City Barber ShopS. the nildreM.) Or write! The .
furloughs for soldiers in casesof Adjutant CJeneriil.. Itnoni 41 U.
rayon! at ellu's Drcfts Shop. Arrhlng daily-New Spring .
Mrs. Rbbert E. Greene of Baltimore suits and coat all light .nhaile emergency. E. SPARKS, Prop. Munitions It III I Ming 1 \\.ilihInglon .
I Md., arrived Wednesdayand Also now shipment of handbags. 1'1 II nil were alia formulated for I). C. l)o It today t

Is A guest of her grandparents Leila's Drew. Shop. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin; Mrs. Gertrude4 Hafidelsman, a .
';, and on 'Thursday Lt, and Mrs former re sid I e n't"and business
A
C. C. Mendoza and lon Cliff, woman Of Starke. has been nerl.
came from Pittsburgh Kansas, and ously ill with flu and pneumoniaat
are also guests Of Mr. and Mrs. her home In Miami. As loon GOOD FOOD
Griffin and Mrs. Carrie RItch. as she Is able to travel, she expects .
WISHES TO WELCOMEI Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gaynor, to leave for California ......
a who have been occupying the St. Cpl. Richard St. John of Camp .: { "
W. Call St., AND A WARM .
I Johns ,
SMITH apartment on Crowder, MissourI,' spent.the holidays I- a ,9J
have moved to Jacksonville, where wjjh hit brother, Seaman.2-C i: ,t1J } ,,
J > r?4'I Mr. Gaynor Is employed In the Stephen! ,,,3t_>.John, In Oklahoma , : Jr.,

TO CAMP BLANDING shipyards. I City Oaf ci ,"'While there they also . i. ; WELCOME : l"'';'''
:
I .
'1 met' Richard Ray and Raymond : \
Hall. All l.or.. the. ; _are from ." I

AND THIS. ',-' COMMUNITY* r rj We Extend''' Starti:l| : .,' of 'striped-) 7.Newjhlpment Cham-.. .,... ; "I' ,.....,''....1..1'I..,,' .' I" ': ,i J ' "' .

j bry house. 'drt'...._ _:Alito acetate '. '. J.' f
: To rayonf at Leila's Dress Shop. : ... .'; II

,.:, ,.":r'!''!Wrr. y;I. ,.i ';'l1# .. Monday Mr. and In.Mrst Harry Lappe spent ..:. .1' ;r,..."

.. '._:You. And Your. Mrs. 'James Jacksonville L. Hatr came* Mon, \,, ., .,, . >'>'..,t.".. f.4 '.. .

4 '. day' to spend a fortnight with "to
; Mr. and Mrs. .James VF. Holllngs '0 :
MAY YOU AND THE MEN OF- YOURCOMMAND'CONTINUED ' Staff worth' and Mr. and:; Mrs. F. C. . : : .:
TO MAKE'OUR J i > Hollingsworth. cvl Awaits You I And Your Entire Staff"Col. : A :, "

,. .
WELCOME Pvt, Harld Glasgow: returned to
,
''THEATRE YOUR, ENTERTAINMENT Camp Phillips, Kansas, this wt''k! '}

after spending a ten day furlough l
HEADQUARTERS WHEN' IN STARKE. Col.) Smith here with his wife Mrs. Harold. .
Glasgow. Walter E. Smith .
ALWAYS A GOOD PROGRAM ,
Chairmen ReportAt 1

(Midnight Sat. Sun. Mon., January 16 17 Brownsteen'sModern Monthly MeetingOf

"SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY"Betty Red Cross'.' At Starke's Most Popular Restaurant ..J.

Routine reports of committees .
Crable were read and by-laws for the ,
Robert Young, Shoe Repair chapter adopted at the monthly . -.
meeting of the Executive Committee -
Across From Post Office of the local Red'CrOlls held
ues. Wed. Thurs., January 18 19 20 in Judge E. K. Ferryman's office FRANKS
In the' Court(01llef, Tuesday ," ,1;

"LOST ANGEL"Margaret ..L...._.._.._____.._..___.._.._ ._ _
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James Craig.O'Brien H ,t

J ,arshalIunt I W. T. CLUTEREA ;' .. lINE


RITZ Sun. Mon. Jan. 16 .17 r /" .' /. I ;

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"SWING SHIFT MAZIE"Ann LTORKf

Sothern FOOD.

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EXTENDS A CORDIAL ,.u .


NAT' SEZ: : ,... : ; '' J ...
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It's always a pleasure to welcome 1- WELCOME TO
newcomers) to Blending, so . .1
wv i I Join with the rent of StarkeIn r n t:0' YOU NEED YOUR CHURCH I
welcoming'Cul. Smith M the j '
new camp commander. We are, i ,' COL. WALTER E, SMITH0AND ,
all of Blanding.. We
proud Camp

and feel that want It to it do a part everything'of Starke we YOUR CHURCH, NE'EDS, YOU! ,

can to cooperate with the men
THE STATION COM,.
the of
who have responsibility ,
running one of Florida's largest t
"cities". i

PLEMENT OF CAMP 'J THE CHURCHES OF STARKE CORDIALLY


., FREEMAN BROWN STAINED T \ WELCOME COL.- WALTER' E. SMITH.

BLANDING

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See';haw hand tlafntng, j G '0"fI'i (', First Baptist Church ,f. First! Presbyterian Church

,1) highlights every high-qual i WE EXTEND A Jefferson, Hf. and Clark 81. / 3IH N. Cherry Ht.C'HAS. .
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(l sty detail of this smart .
style, adding dollars to its I .,,' A. E. LinilTFOOT, Pastor?'. II. ALLEN, Pastor'" .

.look . but not a penny' I REAL HONEST-TO-GOODNESS ",J
'to i Its price. I ( *
4 t First Methodist Church St. Mark's Episcopal Church

al ," .' . WARM WELCOME TO I
'r .l' Jefferson and Walnut. Church and Jackson Hlreef

FREEMAN I .t '. '',O.. C. POWELL, Pastor FRED YERKES, Rector

a COL. WALTER E: SMITH:' -- *

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AND ALL THE NEWCOMERS . SERVICES!

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TO CAMP; 3LAN'DIN '. ,; '', Sunday Church i School 10 A. M.
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'1.1 ..- Sunday Morning Worship 11 A. M.

,, ',a. I". Young Peoples Meetings 6:30 P. M. i

; Sunday Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. )

The ;
Midweek Service 7:30 P. M.
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GEM JEWELRYStarke


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOltAPIl. STARKE. FLORIDA FIMIXtY
ti -' SIX JANUARY u. )J14IN

usual to cook breakfast but Instead I and daughter Ruby, left Tuesdayfor I Vainex were In Palatka on busi of much instruction on the sub- February 7th, 1944 In the abDvenam..d : "rineirrr Collie bn pF
FLA. STATE FARM' P. D. F' '' i ject of Palestine and the Chosen Court and cause wherein OV'4rY. FLORIDA, {)
made away with the family his station In Maine. ness day. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford i ( I' lIl\,_
By. E. R. Homier j'Chevrolet. The theft was not Fanchcr and Mrs M. E Grlner Lacy Wynn of Hampton was People and were greatly enjoyed. County Telegraph shall publish Laben H. Hawkins ,
them far as Jacksonville here on business with I Curtis thin Order In next four weekly Issue Luln E. Hawkins, Detendoll'1 \:
IUltTUU.I'RT\ discovered for an hour or more accompanied as *. I No, 28.5. "a rl'
On the occasion of his fifth I' then authorities were notified in I Vaines Saturday morning Recent BirthsMr. Witness my hand and official 'I ORDER OF PtrBLi'ATI
I Mr. and Mrs, Lem Brown were weal at Starke, Florida this. January AND ':\
little Not until next day Caldwell and Mrs ,
birthday, Sunday. Jan 9. many towns I Mrs. J. G. 31'<1., 1944. STATK 'OF'VLoiViifA1 \j;
Harold Fielding Godwin was given I was It found deserted near Pier- E A. Bradshaw spent Monday, In visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKinney and Mrs. Wilbur Bell Law- (OFFICIAL 81C AT.) A. J. Thomas E. Hawkins whose t.:, ,'ilia',

a very pretty party by his son, not greatly damaged, but a Gainesville. In Hampton tey, a daughter Jan. 2. An Walter Clerk C. Hanivnty.of said Court Daytona Reach I gun Houte town.4, clo North Mr. W, 0. Ro.V"u! ?r'' I
mother, Mrs J G. Godwin. Although half tank of gasoline had been Mr and( Mrs. E. L. Harper of Mr. and Mrs Ancll Griff, Fla, Atty. for Plf. 1-7 4t 1-28 You are Carolina.
required to ,. ,
the weather was very bad consumed. The thief has not PINE LEVEL Jacksonville were here Sunday Starke a daughter Jan. 6. namedrCour. app u, n
I and Mrs. R. J. IN: ('''11'1'1' ( t' aiul4causeh, IJove
time week, visiting Mr. 'ot liT Iln.\IIFOIlII ...
the children had a happy yet been apprehended fly Mm. II. M. McRae Millard Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons COUNT*, FLOIIIIltl: CHANJainea plaintiff seeks divorce "",
Indoor! A color scheme of yel- Mr. and Mrs. J. O Randall Goodge Mr. and Mrs Kingsley Lake a daughter Jan. (''':11 Y. County Telegraph shall publish Bradford,
low and blue was used In the went to Jacksonville for the Cpl. Donald Welch and Pvt. Varnes and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 10. A. Varner Plaintiff vs. Order In next four andsrri, 'IJ'. ,
L. WltneMH
Ruby Varner Defendant Cane my hand ,
living room and dining room. The I week-end especially to make the John O. Connors of Camp Blan Varnes. No. 2844. seal at Starke. Florida thU ut
of Mr. Mrs Richard Smith and chil- OHflJ<:R OF PUBLICATION uary 4th.. 1944. i hut.
table spread first with a yellow acquaintance of their new grandson ding were recent guests CARD OF THANKS "
AND NOTICK TO .APPEARHTATR '
cloth was overlaid with a clothof Woodrow Wilson Fish Jr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae.Mr. dren of Hawthorne spent the We wish to express our appreciation OP FLORIDA to!: Ruhy Ae Clerk of said Court.A. J' Th"'""<.'
white lace and strips of blue, who arrived on Jan. 3. and Mrs. Joe Starling and'week-end here visiting Mr. and to everyone for the Varner, whose residence In St. (OFJo'lCIAL

from the four corners to the center Mrs. P. S. Crews has returned little daughter of Starke have Mrs. W. H. Smith and family. kindnesses shown by word or deedin George You are South: required Carolina to, appear on Attys Knight. for& Knight Pif tark..l I-I FIuArIN I
reflector sur- wel- Mrs W. H. Smith went to February 7th., 1944, In the above .t 1.21IN
where a was from Auburndale and resume moved to our section. We our recent bereavement. May -
buSI- named Court and CRUMP, wherein
rounded with four large bows of her work a t Camp Blanding come them here. Jacksonville Wednesday on God richly reward everyone. Plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford : CIRCUIT Coa'1Er. HHtDFOnn
Blue candles burned at of Jackson- ness Telegraph shall I publish ( OI''TY' FLOIIIUA 'IN '
blue. for Joseph O. Schultz Sincerely Mis. Julian L. Meyer t 11.\\1: _
after being on the sick list thin Order. In next four weekly issues
each end and the table was cen- some months. ville was visiting friends here last and family. . Arthur W. Bate, Ji.., Plaintiff, b
tered by a beautiful birthday weekend.Mrs TabernacleMembers Witness my hand and official Rita Dates Defendant. Case j&'
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in and W. G. Lee Mrs. E. L. Hewett seal at Staike. Florida, this. Jan- 2183.
decorated yellow
cake Vesta Myiick was visiting
uary 4th., 1944.OFFICIAL. Jt OF PUBLICATIOV
and Miss Getta Lee of Lulu, =
blue At the end of the table Mrs. Lester Sponholtz at Lawtey and friends o f the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE! TO APPrjAlt'
were more tall blue candles. I father and sisters of Mrs Ivan afteinoon. Tabernacle Church are looking StUXT As Clerk of .said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to Hit. .'
Williams were guests of Mr. and Sunday '1'. Frank andrum, Ktarke, Florida Bates, whose residence la 6127 !
Places were laid for li guests. Rev. and Mis. W. E. Hall of forward to a Spiritual Feast Tuesday Atty. for Plf. 1-7 4t I-Z8 N. W., Washington, D. C. "'"'
Refreshment consisted of yellowIce Mrs Williams Sunday. Hilllaid[ were vlxltlng friends here and Wednesday evening, Jan. You are required to
Mr. and Mis. n Hershfleld January 24th., 19.... In uboij
individual when Rev. Richard Johan- IN: nitrirr ('OI''T o.\nFo..n the ,
cream and cup part of last week. 18, 19 named Court and r
visited friends In Lake City Sun- rOINTl' / FLUIIIOVl IN IHtNl : cause
cakes Iced yellow decorated In Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez sen of French West Africa and 1as 'KHY.Pletro plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
blue and holding a yellow candle day.Mrs. have moved from this section to Rev. George E. Fisk of Borneo, J. Rral'la Plaintiff VH. Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issue this..
,: with plate and napkins to match Reese Bradley and babyson Staike. j Netherlands East Indes will' be Cans Maria No.Durslo 2841.ORDEK Bralda Defendant. Witness my hand an.,. orf"'I,1 i i
Singing I "Happy Birthday To of Jacksonville are visiting Remember'the services at Pine present with pictures and lec- OF PUBLICATION oember seal at 22nd.Starke! 1943.OFFICIAL Florida. this. De-

You," the children presented I Mia. Bradleys parents, Mr. and Level Church this week-end. tures of their work in the For STATE AND NOTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Maria ( SEAL,) A. J. Thomas
their gifts to the honor guest. A Mrs. J. W Hundley. eign field. Fttirclo Braids, whose residence.. In A.s Frank Clerk I.nndrum of aid Court.T. Starke.

"Put The Candle On The Cake" I Mrs. W. E. Feagle was calledto SAMPSON CITYBy These men are of the Christianand U.S.WAR BONDSi 4756 WondHlde.45th I.Street. I,, New Ap..rtmentC.York. Attv. for Plf 12-2, Florida 4 1 1-14 1'
contest was played and the winner Waycross Ga., Friday because Louise Varnen' Missionary Alliance Group You are required to appear on
' was Carolyn Bradley who I, of Illness of her father. and are two of the inspirational (iiicirr ('OI'R'r PRAIIFnun February 7th, 1144 In the above '
('01'"'''''. FI.OHIIIAl received a paint set The next Recruiting Officer, far( the State Mrs. Myra Goodge and little speakers at the Convention now (' : seeks d Ivor re. Bradford SKill 11 '
'f contest getting the greatest number Road Dept. Gideon Powledge wasa Ray Harper were visiting Mr. and being held In Jacksonville. They Helen MatohakoH Stlllcn. Plaintiff County Telegraph shall publish tnls RSf'o'
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VA. Christ Stillen, Defendant. Case Order In next four weekly InMuenWltnemi .
. of, peanuts into a tall bottle week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. A. V. Varnes Friday will be accompanied to Starke by No. 2819. my hand and official 4
ti was won by Jimmie Warren and L. Williams. Miss Estelle McCullough returned Rev. W. L. McGaivey District ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal. .at Starke, Florida, this January (
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ANn NOT1CK TO APPEAR Ird., 19. :
his prize| was a bag of marbles. Cpl. Paul DeStosi of Camp home Friday after spend Supt. of C. M. Alliance Church. STATE OF FORIDA to: Christ (OFFICIAL SKAT) A. J. Thomas .
vv' Going) to Jerusalem was then Blanding was a guest of Mr. ing a few days In Lake Butler. The meetings by Mr. and Mrs. Ptlllen': whose residence In 304 West As Clerk of said Court USE
1 played by two sets of children and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Sunday. Dock Warren and Millard Walter Zvoda were the source .Oth You Street are required New York to N.appear Y. on Walter Fla. Atty C. Ilardewty for Plf. Daytona 1-7 4t Bench 1-28. 666 TABLETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS I
4y Marie; Wiggins winning one and Miss Roberta. Whitfield visited
Jimmie Moncrief the other. Their In St. Augustine Sunday. '

prizes, were story books Har Mrs. J. C.* Smith of Jacksonville -
old's guests were: Carolyn Bradley was a guest of her brotherand ','

Jane and Henry Richarde, sister-in-law Mr. and .Mrs. '1
,', Kenneth and Harold Tyus Kay J. O. Randall 'Monday. ,

n'' Partney, Marie Wiggins. Peggy C. M. Tuiney a t trustee of '. '
'' and Frances C a 1 dwell Jlmmle Thornwell Orphanage, at Clinton "
rkk ; Warren Jimmie Moncrief and S. C., has gone there to attenda : '\

Jean Mundy of Starke. Mrs. W.I I meeting of that body. .
.1i& B. Mundy and Mrs H. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harris 'i

aide, assisted Mrs. Godwin In spent Tuesday and Wednesday "
entertaining. with Mrs. Harris' mother Mrs. ,
I E. Gllsnon at Lake Geneva.
SCOUTS ELECT OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pierce have .

I At a regular meeting of Scout as their guest. Mr. Pierces' father
r Troop 104 Wednesday night. Jan. N. B. Pierce of Lake City.
8, officers for the ensuing year Capt. Ralph Cox r e t u r ned
were elected as follows: Patrol Thursday from Texas maneuvers COL. SMITH

4 leader Leslie Bradley/ : Quartermaster With Mrs. Cox and the children

4 Jimmie Brown Godwin; Cynthia and Diane, they ,visited
lbr Bugler Delbert Crews; Scribe Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Cox In De-
}; Claude Johns; Assistant l Scribe, Land and Monday morning re-
A 1' Roy Walton of Ralford. At the tuned to Camp Livingston inLouleianna

?C close of the business session, the and from there. will\
boys enjoyed playing Bingo and I proceed to Ft. Sill, Oltla. for another WE JOIN . CAMP BLANDING . IN SAYING .
;+ Mrs J. P. Warren served them assignment.

sandwiches and Coca-Cola. Cpl. and Mrs. R L. Dobbs, Jr.,
have concluded a visit of ten
i PTOLKN CAR- days with their parents, Mr. and
Before day 1 Iglit Wednesday Mrs. R. L. Dobbs and( ,returned '
r' morning Jan. 8V. N North's to Ft. Bennlnjr) GH

.t&] cook came out from/ the "rock" an : Sgt. and Mrs. Ellis Fancher W E-L-C-O-M-E- !

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[FRIDAY JANUARY u. 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJEGKXPII., HT'R"". FLORIDA PILE SEVEN ,.1


I CLAY HILL kinson and George Sculley; 6th birthday Dec. 26. The cae had 'I guest of Mrs. M. L. \\'alter9on.Mr. 'I' property l i l clt-Mti.Ihpil thatch will !h. til the IllKhlHt Illlll 1 hex! llUlftel, r"r'' MIIUll, inppllallnn,. fill, ..1 ray' d....(!
L/ula Johns Sadie Carter Marcus 15 candles. Many happy returnsof and Mrs. Milton L. Bryan sped. to the highest. lild.loi ul the 1 I ,'n..h. at imlillr auiiiun, nt "lnph'l! to he Issued therifitu :04"1,1..1'
i iiiirthnuxn doni the fliit Monday i UitlUffe, .117 North ,
on Temple Avenue I tlfUale I Hitilirtii the folium .
By Lura llurgesnCorrespondent Mosley and Edwin Padgett.3rd the day. and daughter Sonya. of Jacksonville In I the month of Fehrun'y,. stark, Klorliln. in 10 on a >'Jc'k I l prouurty, In thi "i'iiint\'mil dnscribed ,f
and .4th Clara Mae Eunice Mrs. Fred, Lang has returned were guests of Miss Ophelia I 1H44. \\ hll-h In I the 7th day of ..10-1 A, M. nil .lanuaiv" 24, 1944 toHntlnfv lliudford, State of Fl.oiMu. t wit
I'niiiv. 1H44. wtu'ohuosemnn'ii lleti In- Lot 7 of Iillc 12 Ward t.ltStI'.
At this writing there are sev- tea.cher-3rd. Mamie Johns and home from her daughter's :Mrs. Bryan Sunday. Kilted this Mh day of January Itictlntr renxonntilH. charges of no- X T\\p. 7 N. II. 20 K.
Floyd Mosley; 4th. Bob Carter, WInton Parrlsh, at Chlefland. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan 1944. t Ice, udvertlsenirnl unit I nnle.. 1 Theniimo The aMMt>...'"..nt of the said .property -
[feral cases of flu. Mrs. Fanny I (OFFICIAL SKAIO I ) A. J. Tliomn of the owner of Hftlil motor under the enid. <.....llrll.\.. ,".
Carson Johns. Easter Mo ley. She Mrs. Parrlsh and Mrs Ann vvhli-lx In l IM. II. M. .
reports Guy visiting relatives I'leiK of Circuit Court of nnulfmilCounty Toy lor. unit eased was In the name of Mi. T.
{Manning: la ill and Mrs. Ida Pres- 'ttitt name of the person on hoMe 1'. Wnrdt'nleHB..
Primary department Colea Pad- Buddy recovering from the flu. In Gainesville. t I-I 4t 1-28 .
Florida account the \e-hlile IB held IK It. Maid ci rtlfi! nle' hall 1 10"
colt and children. The school gett teacher.-1st, Sammie Starling Clara Mae Eunice our 3rd and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain I.. INmtU-k redeemed according to In w. the

busses run regularly with good Junior Padgett; 2nd Ella .4th grade teacher spent Thurs visited relatives a t Brudenton NOTICH .>!.' Mtl.K. : I IS .11 1.21Varehoueeman"i,,. t. Mnnr. ''I until property| to the dem-rlhed IllKheRt" therein bidder. will ut. the be

{attendance.The Mae Osteen Margaret Padgett I day night with Mr. and Mrs. during the New Year week-end.! TAKH' NOTU'K t)78) .3,1 Klorltin Mint pursuant, toScrllon i Courthouse door on the first Mon-
days are sunny and delightful Wilma Mosley. Henry Carter and family. l 1911 the Stntuti-H., MU'HH 0. S 1'1'1.1'1'10' K(/U tiny In the month of February 1944
umlrrxlKiK-d wiirfhotiHima
Is! A. A. Hazen of -
;rs. MiamiIs 'rte I>KKIIHvnntp which l III the 7tli day of February,
at Clay Hill. The chll- will sell the following described (. Hill %<.. 18:11NUTI19 : >> ID44Iiateil.
Retha Bell Johns the six: year Mrs. J. L. Strickland la feelIng spendlngaoraa time with Mrs property: ,
:; IS IIHUICttY.. I1IVKN.
thin 6th of
ren run, play and shout happily.e old daughter of Alva Johns was much better and called on Purvis Hazen.Lt. Olio Studebaker. Sedan, DMRIIHINo : That' 1! I., preen liolilor of 1.2 ofT 1944. day January.
honor roll for our school the severely burned when her cloth- Aunt Lillie Wilkinson Thursday ((1116:24.: Title No 1)1124711 "" iVltirlent.. :No: SH. iKKiieil, the OFFIOIAT. SRAF. A. J. Thomas
[ first semester Is as follows: and Mrs Ed Silvernall have 1041 Florida License Tag No. I 4th duty of Julv. A. 1*>. 193N him Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
fire from heater.' afternoon.The .
Ing caught a returned to Missouri after u SD-J.154. flied citrus In my office and has ,.Collnl)'. Florida. 1-7 4t 1-21
Junior-High-Mr. Nash teacher Her sister Lula. saved her life Waters children have been short: leave at home. -
--7th: Ida Mae Klllingsworth and by pushing her to the door and 'withdrawn from our school. They -

Gladys Carter; 8th Grade Betty rolling her In the sand-putting will now go to M a x v ille when in B.Jacksonville Y. Saxon and V. Wall were iN0w at Low Chain Food

[[Carter and Lois Osteen; 9th grade out the blaze. We wish you a moved. We were sorry to lose last week business.Wed nesday of Store Prices!

Leon Carter. speedy recovery Retha Bell. We them. on / GIANT HOLESALEl I

Sth and 6th grades, Lura Burgess do mlsa you.Archie Alice Killingsworth was mar- Miss Virginia Lou Pickren was PRICES

teacher-5th, Joy Wilkinson I Johns who works In a ried to Fred Nelson of Miami the shopping in Jacksonville Satur I II I.rlI ) FOOD IN RETAIL I i iTOBI

Ilnnlna Padgett John David Wil- dairy- In Jacksonville\ spent- the _'9i! .* ---- week-end with his parents. :Mr. wish you much happiness Alice. 1% ('lIu''I'r.. I'01 "'I' Itll un'o..n I > STORES .......
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and Mrs. Luke Johns. Mr. .CUIIU\I I' 1 IIAV.
They reside in Miami where r ..HY.Hdwln .
Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Padgett Nelson U employed In defense '.orrl..., rinlntlff \.... Agnes __ Right. R..e..di

have gone to Tavernla where he work. (Marie'.,.... No.I'roriln 8837.O1UMJK ruffle. Defendant i J a Prices Good Through Saturday, January 15 t tI

has employment. Kllllngsworth Is with OK PI'IIMCATION {T:
George
AND NOTU'K TO At'I'.:,\n I Vacuum Packed
Letters have received from
been
the 5th Army in Italy. He Is In STATK OK KI.OItlUA to Annex
And Your Strength and Ancil Carter who Is 'a soldier the artillery. :Marie Cronin 'C'offi-e, whose ien|.
heavy ilenm IM. Havvle\v A\e. MnwlewoodClirfu : e Del Monte coffee, V/ Ib! can 17 / c
I. Below ParIt somewhere in the ,
Energy: Paclfln Jtra. ,Loyd Harris Ii. visitingher New Jemey acid 1 uhime )'..... I
may be cauaed by disorder of kidney Bill Tanner is still stationedat Offlpa AddreKii IN P, O. Uox 280,
function that permit polaonou. Camp Mo. aunt, Lottie Johns at Day- fuvlexvllln, .New Jemey: No Ration PointsGreen- ,.
wait to accumulate. For truly many Crowder! tona Beach. You are reiLiilreil to appear. on
peopl. feel tired weak and miserable Mrs. Pete Brinson has been 111 Fehruary 7th. 1H44, In I lie above I Beans 2 91hc
when the kidneys fall to sister of no canFancy
remove exeeeaacida with flu at her mother's for the Mrs. Vernon Brock named Court and ratine, wherein
and other from the
waste matter .
Emma Johns. is visiting her' plaintiff 8eekn, divorce Hi ad fold
blood. past week. She went to spend ,'au n t Teleflrraph ph Mhall publish thin Club Steak ..... ..._. Ib. 39e
You may Buffer nagging backache, mother Osa Padgett over on In four, Lamb Legs Ib. 35c -
Order next weekly IMHIIWKWltnenn
rheumatfo pain., headachea, diaainna, New Years and became ill while Water.Mrs my hand and, official" Spring I Shank Shoulder Ib 2So [L ovell's Tenders BooeleM Pol Road Ib. 35c
Black
getting up frequent nlghta: leg ana pain, welling.Sometlmea urination there. Heal at Mtarke, 1"I"I'Iln. thin. Jan- Square Cut Roast Ib. 3Se Blade Chuck Boast Ib. 27o
scanty
with smarting and burning lm another -- Jack Wilkinson has been driving Marlin Harris spent Xmas uary 3rd, 11)44. I Lamb Sliced Lamb Liver lb. 29c B Ii Brisket Slew ._ lb. 21e
sign that .om. blo. !Ia with (OFFICIAL SKA I.) A. J. Thomas ee _._Ib. 2SaBonelenii
wrong the oil truck for Pete Brin- with her parents, Luke Johns and A. Clerk of paid ('nllrt.Walt..r I Meaty Rib Chop lb. 39eBren Fresh Hamburger
the kidneys or bladder.There family. ('. MardeNt, Daytona Tlpach ..t Stew lb. I8e Corned Beet lb. 35c
son-In the
should be no doubt that prompttreatment place of Mom who
10 wiser than neglect. UaeVoan'u Little Grace Marie Mette who 11\. Atty for )'Ir. 1-7 4t 1-28
Pitta. It la better to rely on a has an injured leg, PIG PORK Florida
medicine; that .I won countrywidepcoral ap* Leon Carter our 9th grade has been visiting Rev. J. L. Wes- IV ('IIUTI'I' C'OIIl'I' lilt tlF'OltI Smoked BacoFre.h T IN G
.than on something lees favorablynown. boy became sixteen years old ter and family returned home COI ".'1''LOIIIIJ.." IN ('Sits. Whole
I Voan't have been tried and tMted ir.itt.Kaymouil: .
many yeara. Are at all drug atoree.Get Christmas Day. Many more Saturday. Rev. Wester la a It. CutKhaw, rinlntlff. V". Shoalderslbl3c: Ib 12'ic
DoanT. today.DOAN Minister and Itachael F. (CutHliiiw DefendantOa .
happy birthdays Leon. Methodist preachesat .e No. 3836.oui ., Fresh _ _ '
The school sold $8 worth of Raiford and Starke. "Kit: op rimkirATiovANI Horns (Ib 29c Fresh Caught Fla.
SPILLS Xmas seals for the tuberculosisfund. Minnie Lee the married daughter > NOTICK TO AI'I'IIAU:
HTATK 0' FI.OUIHA to: Hachnel Fresh CutSides t Bluefish Ib 25c J'
of Mr. and Mrs. Strickland F. (CutHhaw whose renliliMice IH No.T Ib 19c
Miss Lois Osteen celebrated her came to see them Sat. to stay rtnlNHeaii' St. nnrli-k: Vlifrlnla. Ocean CaughtSausage
i You ire requited to Hitpcar on Fresh Made
the week-end. February: 7th, 1944 In the above Turtle Ib 25c
Mr. Faircloth has been 111 all named Court and cause, uheielipl.ilntlff > Ib :29c
1 WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE at'' neekK divorce liradfoidi Headless OceanShrimp
week with flu, ,but is better
shall puhllHh thisordrr
County TeleKraph Laver
this writing. In next four. weekly I InnueH.Vv'ltneBU Ib :21c 2.7c Ib 35c
TIMBER DEPARTMENT Ga. Rind-on In Piece Ib
my hand mill offli-lal Pig Pork ,
Wilkinson Is able to be SanlshMackerel
Buddy Fat Fla.
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA seal at Stark, "101'1,11Ihl" January -
up and about now. 31" '., It44. ,eads Ib 15cMilkred Ib25c:
(OFFIClAfj SK..\t.) A. J. ThomimAn
r FERNANDINA FLA.
Clerk of said' Court. Haddock
Round Style
Grade B RindlonsBOCOn
Veal
Hampton Happenings T. Frank I.midriiiii. 1-I1"I'k. Florida.Atty '
1-2H! Ib :29c
for I'lf 1-7 4t Steaks
c s-- ,-.p--pL---- By Hurbara Home Shoulder Ib 34C Grade A, Ib 38C
NOTKK Ol" AI'I'I.H' 1'1'10FOIL Fla. Speckle
Chief Officer i'\\ HIIIWenate : > Roast Ib :27c Rmd-on Piece B'rklat.' Western White Ib :lgeChops
Petty Roy Starr ( Mill !Mo. 16.1 Trout
Prompt Service Careful Drivers U. S. N., left Tuesday of last NOTIl'W IS Ill ''tI.I"Y: lltVKN Meaty Rib Bacon Ib :32c Bacon Ib :22c Fish
Salted
Ib Whole
That Pan Thom: holder nf Tax 37c
week for California after spend Certificate No. 4H7, limned the 7th. Ib 55cHa
Xmas with his A. 1>. 11130. haw filedamo Breast Shank Hall Hoc
ing the holidays day of July Skinned Sugar Cured. Whole or M
.. In my offlte and has inadoapplication Stew Ib 19c
Starke Taxi ServicePhone wife Mrs. Hazel Starr. for a lax deed to 1niHKiipd '
Hams ib 34c slices ib 49c dkIb
Mrs.; Leslie Younge and daughters thereon. Said certificateembraces 19c
Loin Rib End Pork
i1 Mcrlheilproperty or
the fiillowlnsr
Betty and Gloria of Valdosta -
In the County' of Bradford.Fltnte Roast Ib :31c Headless PanWhiting
Ga., were guests of Mrs. of Florida, to-wlt: 3.31/2' Ib. Fryers or Roaatmg For Stewing p
150 Ethel Tidwell and Mrs. Lynn Hall Iot 2 of Hlk I'. T.lvlnnnton.Truliv Bent Cuts Pork Ib 17c
(" 0'" Ruh r>lvl"lon of NFJ't' Chops Ib :30c Chickens ib 43c ib 39c
recently.Mrs. of NKV4 Sec. 28 Twp 8 S. K. 22 K.: ; Fla. Caught
C. A. Warren who has The HBnenitnient of the said property Rnlh's. HeadCheese Ib ISc
'-'-- Mullet
Day under the nald certificate Indued Ib 21c
Night been friends In the For ..
visiting wan In the name of .lamenyrnle West. Pork Back Pork Ear orKingan

est Grove community near Ala- ; .. 'II Tasll-Cream Billets Ib 7c Fool Ib 12c: NORTHERN FILLETS

.- .- -. _. ... '" ,- -... u ,... .... '"' _'YO n. chua returned Friday and Is the ,'redeemed. ". until according rertlflrnfe, to I a shall w. the h Lard 2-lb 43c Red Perch. Ib. __43a
-- -- J'' Regular Pure Pork NeckBones Select Pork FUel Sole. Ib. _..__55c
:Lard Ib lOc Ib Be Brains Ib 17c Butterfly Fillets. Ib..-.35e


No Points-Std. Un8weetenec| Graelruit I Kitchen Tented Flour

Juice 46-oz can 25c I Gold Medal 5-Ibs 29c


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Stately BabyFLOUR
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77 c 6 FOODS20.lbl 'lot 39c


Land-O' Sun.FLOUR Blue-Heaven

SUGAR PEAS


20.ibt 8 5 c -o IOC

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Silver, WingsFLOUR N.RITZHbPka B. C.



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Florida Graeplrult( or '
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Green Top BRAND WHOLE KERNELCarrols

:2 bchs 19c

Irebwrq I CORN 13c

Lettuce head lOc

Florida h'- .
Celery stalk 12'/2c' -
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New Florida. Red Bliss

MAY YOUR STAY AT CAMP BLANDING BE Potatoes Sibs :23c NEW SSSSt r9 Ww. PUSS 1

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'" Cauliflower Ib 12'/ e it ...-.-
AS PLEASANT FOR YOU AS 'WE' KNOW{ IT Fresh FloridaBroccoli 506 FASTER!

bunch 29c IV Ry

. WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO EVERY LAST MAN York Imperial 2 for 15C wW. :2 for 9c

CJ Apples :2 Ibs :23c

UNDER YOUR COMMAND. Jamaican
Coconuts Each :23c
IDEAL
N. C. Gr.enCabbage
Pound 5c

Idaho Baking V-Type Dry Dog FoodPotatoes

Pound Slhe Sm 9'/2C' Lge 23CINI .

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:i PAGE EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH BTARKE, FLORIDA _ FRIDAY JANUARY I,
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fill II'r. 1111 UFOnuC' plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 'l\ (.IIICI.IT 4.01 II..'. \UFOItD tilt, 1,2I K. Jw"' !e.I an offteitr or director of thin bank. o'Prlen White, Star Route (Droome Order In next tour -=,
I* <'I1111'r' 1% I'114NE111 County Telegraph shall publlHh ('111'I'1', Kl.OIIII'tl 1\ ('lI4V- I 1 I In : Coi of WS of NW''\.' (MLA. ,* County), Depcmlt, New York. weo'l Iv
l\lt FI.OHIUll I IKltiin I this Order In next fOil I' weekly t'K.IIV.Peter of NK'/t W of lly Kei; 8. T p. 7S J.: TIIOM: .\H, Clerk of the Circuit You. are required to appear onfo'"hr..ary xenlVlat Starke, 1 ImIIJa' oduary
i I !, UK 22 K. 1 AcreTIIPHTKUH Court; County of Bradford State ill'
Issue.. Campanella. Plaintiff VBIClliel | 18th.. 11144.
T Fulleilon, Ph, nllff, VH I' OF I INTERNAL IM- of Florida llth., 1044 In the above
WlllliMnil: Fulleilon Defendant. I' tvl4-Bess my hand and official lineal Campanella. Defendant. FCNll OF THE named Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, ,
i'I I'HOVKMK.VT: I
... 1
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,!I anal at Ktarke' Florida, this January ( No. :XNGl An Clerk of said (
Cane No. 23GR '1 PI'IILICATIONANIl HTAThJ' OF FLOIUIM.lly innriir toiitr. niii/KoiinOINI' plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford .*. Court
n1tUIRF .
' inth, 1144 <' .'1.1" IM '",,:\1- Walter HardeNty, Du
OliriKH OF PfBLICATION A. Thomas \ 'I ( )"!?",
AND J .NOTICK; TO Al'1'NAItSTATE I (OFFICIAL I HI;A I.) A. J, ThomanAH 'A113/NOTICE:OK KI.OItll'A TO APPKAllHI to: ldlhelKneel Agent Trustees. I I. I. Fund Bradford ; 1.17at:74t County Telegraph liall publish this. Fla Ally for Plf I 1)

OF f.'I.oHIJlA to: Willie T Frank Clfrk of Landrmn sold .Court, Hmrkc. Florida Campanella, whose rmldcnie Count, 1'ItF.POIIT : Urodle Render Plaint 1ft., VH.Svilfll .!.__.._. .__._ __--. .. .
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:
whllre.hl..n.< Rosen Droller Defendant. ; -
aI9i1-6thh$1. Ally for ('If 1.14 4t 2-4 I IH % Mrn Miller (Mother). Kant: -
rexaaYou CUMO No 2801OKI
IH Sun Antonio. Ilnbuque| llllnolM, and whose Post OF COMIJITIO'V Of
anrenulioil, In appear onFehiiiary is tiiHiir oinr. mi \IIKOHUflllN'IV. Office AdillVHH IM 1. Pout Office.KHHt FI.OHIUl UtKl' 81'tHKUf >Kll OH" PI'RLICATIOr. ,
Hth. II4! <. In the above 'I..U.'I l> ClltMNoin'mn' ,- Dubuque| llllnolii, Mturkv In the State ttt Florid ANn NOTCCITI.) AWlSAlt
named Couit and t-atiH. whoieln, 41:14: % You are required| I to appear on at the close nf business on l>eember STATE OF. FWW1DA to.: $ydellItoselt GREETINGSTO
ttro 7th. In the above .
February 11144
K, (Conmalile, f'lalntlff. S/. l''l.1.
% Urn. Horowlts, 1720. Went let
named Court and wh..r..lnplltln.ICt
cause tx.Yrrs
Hitlom Connlable, Defendant ,
VH. AujneH '
Brooklyn,
Street New York and
seeks divorce Iradford and'dlernunts ;
Case No. 2S 4, Loans (IncludlnHT -
whoxenut| office HddrvsD' !. 'I '. '
County Telegraph shall
THEELECTRIC ollU LIt NOTIfn OF I'PHLICATIONANI TO API'KAH Order In next four publishthus w..kly181111..N. .. VtOkCO_ .overdrt ______ -$113.141.73 T>>>omt-.tlc Relation Court, .127Hrhmerltorn 't
United States Government Street Brooklyn, New \
8TATR 010' FIXJKIPA to: Hlllom York.
Agnes ConntHhle. whore reHldenccIH Witness my hand and officialwen obligations, d t l !
SHOE Hox IBS, Franklin, New York I HI Htarkr. Florida thin Jan- revt .and Kbamnteed 1,203.247.14 : You are required to appear on *
You are required to appear on I unrv 7th. 1944. jllgatloni uf State and February. Tin., 1K44, In the abovelIall1..d
I Fehrunrv 14th., 19U. In the above (OFFICIAL. MEAL! ) A. J. Thomas political 1 aubdlvlHloiiH 2031199.53 Court and cause, wherein
SHOP named ('011"1 and "lluHe. wherein AH Cleik of said Court. Cash, balances with other plaintiff, seeks divorce. Bradford COL. WALTER E. SMITH
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Walter U, Hardentv, Daytona Bench, bank. Including reserve County Telegraph shall publlHh
\ Coiinrv. Telegraph H hall publUh Fla, Atty. for Plf. 1-14 4t 2-4 balances, and thin Order in next four weekly
cash Items In of 18"""".
thin Order In next tour weekly IHHIleM process
j Extends NOTICIII 1 collection __________ 255084.04 Witness my hand and official. .
WltneHH my hand and official' January 13th. 1944 Bank premises o w n e d neal at Marke, )Florida thin Jan- AND
seal at Htarke. Florida, thin January Pradford County, Florida. 87,906.I7rfurnltura and uary loth. 1944.OFFICIAL. '
j A Warm 11\\h., 1944. I NOTICE: IS ifEHEBV GIVEN fixtures: t6.121.04 __h_ H.027.71 ( URAL.) A, J, Thomas.
: (OFFICIAL HKAL) A. J. ThomaiiAH that pursuant to 1II0.. lon 9 of chapter Other assets ...______u__ 6.612.M 'A" Clerk of said Court.
Clerk of nald CourtT. : 18298 Law of Florida Actnof (I 1'. Frank and rum. Starke! Florida
j WelcomeTo Frank I.andrum, Starke' Florida' 1U.17 known an''the MURPHY TOTAL ASSETS -_-?__ l.sr.5,712 Atty. for Plf. 1.14 4t 2.4
for ('It. 1.14 4t 2-4 etaol etaoln tnoln HIS COMPLETE STAFFWE
Ally ACT, the following Und In Brad ---- -- ------ -
ford County. Florida will be offered \nu.rriF.K 1:11: f'IR'I'r ('(>i itr. nii>Foi
i\ < inci IT 4oiiiT.Cni IlIt"DFOIiD Demand deposit of Individual '
for sale at public outcry for ( 1117'1, FI.OHIIltl l> CIIA-V-:
j MTl', KI.OIIII1IN ('II"Ii-: *, part neralilpa
the highest and bent cant hid, Hubjert c.'I..v
'. _..__
( :::11" and corporation 1,123,23805
Mary
to the of the Trunteenof Frances
right Simpson
WILL HAPPYTO
Plaintiff BE
Clarence (t Rartel, TMslntlff. vs. Time deposits of Indl-
Walter E. Smith the .
Col. Internal Improvement Fund VH. 111151 I. Simpson. defendant.
Mae White Defendant Idualii,
Annn Uartel 1 part ner lpl.
j to reject any and all bids, at theCourthoune Cane No. 2852.
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CiiMe No. 28S'tOIIDRIt and' corporation* 351,52057DepOHltfl SERVE' YOU IN ANY :
OKI)
PUBLICATION beginning; at 10:00 o' Bit OF PUBLICATION
OF of United Stateslovernment
and Staff clock A. M. on the 14th day />f I ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR <
I NOTICF TO AIM'KARSTATH ( Includlno
!' AND OF FLOI11PA toAnna: February, A. D 1V44./ Easement postal vlnt( .). _w_..; 72.78t.17 ,, STATE OF FLORIDA tor harry WAY P SSIDLE" rW
T
for road right of 200 feetwide Simpson 1 .
! Mae Whit.. Hartal whose residencem will h.. way Deposits of States' andpeltlcal'aubdivlsidne whose address IH 323 i
reserved front WaahlnKton.
any Av..nu..4 Sprint Lake
Francisco, California. :
\ 421 Kills, Man 182,161.20
parcel through which In New .
! AH JetBey.You
I A lands Other deprwll( (certified
: existingIt ad, aft tolandfl are required to appear on
You are (t"'IIIIr..I".to appear on : and officers' check,
Find Us February 14ll' .. 1944. In the abovenamed In composite tractn of InHere etc) Un_______. d__ 17.418.85'rOT February 14th., 1944 in the above .
You Will or title to one-half of named
Court and
whereinplaintiff more cause, whereinplaintiff
Court and cause .0\1. I>IiP: () ITN U.7G2.822,04 I
all petroleum and three-fourth ofother seeks
seeks divorce HiadfnrdCmintv Other 8,212.88TOTAL !) divorce Bradford
Just Across The Telegraph shall publlHh mineral will ho reiierved8Vj {I.I' Llabllltlen! ---- County Telegraph shall puhllHlt thlH
of HE"n( NW'4 See 11, Order. In next four weekly Inxuen
weekly LIABILITIES
this Order In next four (not
IttHlies.Wltnom. Twp. 8 A. Rt. 20 E? 20 Acre. Includln subordinatedobligations With ,.. my hand and official
Street From hnnd and official All NW'4\ of HW'/i 8 of Ry. Sec ; shown below Heal at Starke, Florida, thin January CANOVA PHARMACYStarke
eel at Ktarko.$ my Florida thl January 9 I), Twp 7 fI. R*. 20 E.. 4Mi Acren.NK ) ___--u__ $1.759,065 8th. 1944.OFFICIAL .
Park Theatre 10th., 1944.OFFIflAI. \!> of Lots 7 & 8 In Wood lawn, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Roc' 13. Twp 6 S. UK. 23 E. 10 AH Clerk of said
Court.
( MEAL) A. J. ThomasAs CA PIT.II. ACCOUNTS!'
Clerk of nnlil Court. Acre. Capital ______ ,..__._n__ 25,000<< oO : Edward P. Mulcahy. Graham BuildInir -
I T.nndrum Htarke. Florida N"' of Tot 61 In Woodlawn, Sec. Surplus _-.__--.__-____._ (to.ooo no Jarknonvllle, Florida.. FloridaWELCOME :
l 6 Ally fnr. Plf. 1-14 4t %-4 15. Twp. I 6 S, n , Lot 6ft In Wnorilawn See' ID, Reserves ,
Twp. 5 S. Itg. 22 E. 10 Acren. 1.025.77 'liOTICF. ... .., . ,_. ,
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TO WHOM - - - - -
Lot 18 & E'A of Lot SI In ITfAY': CO.VCCRN: - - - -
I Woodlawn, Sec 19. Twp. 8 8, UK. TOTAL CAPITAL A C- You are hereby notified to file
CHURCH OF CHRISTI 22 37. IB Acred.NV6 COUNTS ._-___-__. 00,647.16 your claims against the estate of
of Lot 82 In Wondlawn, See' Ada Nlmmo, deceased, having said
Aubrey Mercer Minister 30, Twp. 6 8, rtir. 22 K, 5 Acre*. TOTAL LIABILITIKS! claim duly sworn to and filed withIn -
u Acre In NE Cor of ofNw'4 ANn CAPITAL AC eight' month from the first
\ Sec 5. Twp. 7 8, NE'4 Rg. 22 COUNTS ______u....., 1.855.712.39' nnMlcatlon nf thin. notice with Hon.
t Sunday: 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study. K, Va Acre. I 17. K. Perryman Couny Judge of
4 1 A on N End of W, of NW'/ 4>This liank'r capital conlntH Bradford. County at Btarke. Flor- !
I : Preaching and Communion 11:00 A. M. and '"' of NI '/' E of Ry., "' ..c. 8, Twp 7 S, of common atock ida, or your claim will !>.. barred
> with total par value of by statute nf limitations. .
1 425,0000(1 Evelln Birt AdmlnUtratrlx *t*
7:30 P. M.Wednesday.
. l-U 4t 2-4 .
I MI'IMOR.tID.PI..d..d \ 'Hampton.. Fla. .
anoets: "
: 7:30 P. Prayer-Meetinpr (Ia) U. S. Government olt- m .t""IT fornT. nil \OKOMIIOI TO
I lliratlnnKr direct and (' '\T%. r(>llll>\ l(111 .
Bible where the Bible WE TO EXTENDWELCOME | %
,,i "Where .the. speaks, we speak; WISH ituaranteed." pledged to C'K It YiWllllH
I j is silent we are silent." secure dep n s I,t,v and White. Plaintiff VH. Alice
. i other liabilities -_u 425.000 Prlen White, Defendant Cane
I (b) Other assets pledged No. 28 4I0.OHDER. STARKE & CAMP BLANDINGCOL.
to secure depoHlts and OF PUBLICATIONAND
other liabilities _ B4.917.B1 NOTICE TO APPKAIl"
I ...._.__ _._._.______________...!.Oi 94,997.03 STATK, OF FLORIDA t,,:. Alice
i ftH'
To TOTAL __...___________ 611,907.53 WALTER E. SMITH
.
J HEAR Secured llHhllltlea and; pre f rred

Col. Smith pledged DepoHltH akseta neeu pursuant red l hy WELCOME !

, ROBERT WITTYAT to requirements of law 201493.74 AND

: TOTAL 201.493
And Staff (a) On d ereporhe
:' required legal reserve Col. Smith And >
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against deposits of this
bank was 330.007.09whb MEMBERS OF YOUR STAFF
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! CONVENTION OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES[ WE CARRY HUNDREDSOF (b> Assets reported above
were eligible a*

'1 SUNDAY, JANUARY 30 I legal l to -reserve.-amounted llilR.9ni.l8 Your Staff

I ITEMSfFOR I, S. L. Peek. Jr., Cashier of
! Theressa Florida SOLDIERSVICTORY the abov.-named {bank. do Holemnlr "
TilE
swear that" the above statement I Is
true, and j that
! It fully and correctly r
Y.----------------. --- represents the true state of
.
E the .v"rar; .matters herein con
- tamed and, 1et forth, to the b..t.ot PAY US A
ATTENTION FARMERS my knqwU"ge and belief
I s. L. PEEK JR. LOUIS SHAFKIN'SCamp
Correcf-"II.: VISIT AND

i A Representative of this Association will W, .T. WALL.
, W R, SP. 'F.I.J.. TRY OUR REAL
1 '
-: be at the Court House in Starke each Friday MILITARY SUPPLIES' W P. SMITH tJlr.ctora,

STAT!': OF F )RIDA. HOMEMADE: CHILI Blanding Jewelry & Milita|
afternoon, until march, from 1:30 to 129 Went Call St. COUNTY OJIHtAOI"ORD, ss-

. W.'irntnl'waid! subscribed before
\ c 2:30 P. M. "> thlj ,, day of January 1944,
. and hereby p rtirv. thAt_ __ .i _-_ __. ,1
--- n n. nu.
: Visit our Representative, or our office and Headquarters

!1 learn more about a Farm Cooperative. CLASSIFIED ADS JERRY'SPLACE



CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANS WANTED STRAYED from my farm 3 ml. STARKE FLORIDAWELCOME

, I FOUR AND ONE-HALF (4H! ) Listings on apartment, hoiuea or east of Starke on Highway 48

: PER CENT INTEREST homes for rent located. within 20 two or three weeks ago: 1 Po- "

miles. of Starke land-china ow, black. weight

119 East Call Street 150: Ibll.;rilne black with white

Gainesville Production Credit W. T. CLUTE Realtor list, male, weight about 123

: Association Ibs. Both unmarked. Reward for

:' LOST OR STRAYED-One half notifying, me.-J. w. Jordan
Gainesville
Florida Jordan's Hotel Court.
t breed brindle Brahma bull; one

I t' 1 white-faced bull about 800 Ibs; FOR SALE
-Tprk, Clock for tim
several ? !
cows that should have ing control 'of electricity for
\ rings in ears as they were store windows
etc. Saves
DRASTIC SALE bought In the Bale.-Pleaae notify tricity. Also 2-burner heater elec-

J. D. Odom Starke. Up $20; 1 new Brooks Trav-L-Bag.

$50,000.00 FOR SALE!) 2-burner Moreno holds uniforms without creas- .

oil heater-Mrs. W. U Stuckey ing, $20. c Delco Batteries fully TO'

I r. Lawtey. ltp charged $::5' each.-Mrs. L. M.

1 Worth of Clark Inquire at Log Cabin

WANTED Young w o m an for Camp Blanding Highway m

service station work. Must have ml, out Brookalde Farm. tf

WatchesDiamond at least high school educationand Col. Walter
ability to help with book FOR RENT!: -One 4-room house E. SmithAND

work and use typewriter. Fair with electric lights 4 ml. west

s salary.-Gulf Oil Corp., Madison of town oa Lake Butler road.

I Engage & Walnut. It -See n> G. Kelly. jtp


FOR RENTflmell.. .. ,,.,..... ..
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6
1 ment Rings, PERMANENT WAVE :89c! Do house, good water; ?J ml. from

I your own Permanent with Camp roa&; Rent'reasonable.

Wedding Rings, Charm-Kurl Kit. Come't let e 'See E. P/iConway' at Ice plant

equipment, Including 40 curlers evenings or at home during

Ladies Compacts, and shampoo. Easy to do, ab- day Itp His

solutely harmless. Praised by Entire Staff
WANTED
And Hundreds of thousands, glamorous including movie Fay star McKenzie house for-Room,Lieutenant, apartment and wife or 4. -


Other Items Money refunded If not satisfied/ permanently located In Starke.
KOCH DRUG STORE Phone 167,; jtp

CASHIERS WANTED-Apply O.

Must Be Sold At A HELP: WANTED O. Williams Orange Lines! ,
10 MEN OR WOMEN to completeour Blanding Center. it

Florida organization. Full
time dealers now WILLYS PICKUP truck for sale EVERY BRANCH
averaging $ts: $500.: OFnurance
Sacrifice weekly Can use few part time Good condition good .
dealers. Established routes tires. Apply Guidon Grill it

High quality non-rationed pro- FOR SALE;-Small

I Waterproof Watchesas ducts. For application write 2 good tires Good pickup condition.trailer.

J. M. Lewis, 70 W. Iowa. Mem- Mrs. W.
D. Fax
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n. Rt. 2.
low as $8.50 phis. Tenn. 1-14 2tp Starke. 2tp .


I''UR SALE-Circulating heater LOST-Ret) male yearling about

burns wood or coal. Practically 3 years '01<2" Marked
SALE BEGINS new.-Box 53, Starke."Fla. underblt crop and H. C. WALL
: 1 SATURDAY. JAN. 15 oae ear swallow fork a ,
It In other.-O. C. Caion. Starke. I


:( DRUCKER'S IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL _Up Agency'
WANTED
-Housework
milk cows stock cows bed cat or care

tie, stock bulls or hogs, get in of children in exchange for Constant
r touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., room In private home. Phone Service Over 50 Years I

JEWELERS Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Mrs. Strickland at 113. it

City; Telephone 481 Lake City. FOR SALE-20

101 Call St. Opp. Fla. Theatre Auction Lake market every Tuesday, land new house acres 1 ml good west farm of Please Phone 146I
2:3
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City. ; every Thursday -
: Lawtey $250-John H. Barlow.
i Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44 Lawtey. 1.7 2tp "

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