Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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: March 17, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04854
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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hutches Plan NOTICETo Service Men Told How To Obtain I Radio GraduateEnsign More Than $10,000 Still Needed ;'

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lull Program James Dog C. Hobbs.Owners Bradford Ballots For Primary Election VotingAttention In Red Cross Drive ,Here; Time ShortWith

County sanitary officer, yesterday

lor Easter issued to all owners the followingwarning of every Man or IMPORTANT: Only those residential areas and surrounding communities still unreported -
"All dog owners are herebygiven Woman In the Al'meocl'Ice''* men and women In the Armed the business district of Starke has contributed $4,000 toward :
or 1\1-.II.nt Marine .absent Force or Merchant "Marine\ Bradford '
County's $1 ,300 Red CrollB'ar"
no lce'to keep their dog Fund drive. Chair-
from'tll.... ,State of Florida by requesting ""'.1"' Ballot"through
man Nat
Ministerial Allianceplanning announced
The Stai'ke In a pen or on a !leaolu Stembeig yesterday.The .
reason> of jour er\lce! the Secretary of Stale
for another miccessful "It; la againstthe\ law both following additions were made to the list of $100 contributors :-
You ran vote In the lornot'an receive them. your CountyJudge
aster and Pre-Easter cooperative city and state' for doge to run I :
credo Primary In Miiy. cannot recelte your ,requent. -
Hrogram. at large. This applies to all
Secure your ballot In the It must coma to him S, K. ,
Noon day services will be held dogs both those! that hate been Sparks
following manner: tltroiiKh the Secretary of State. ,
Orange Bus Lines
Ht the :Methodistchurch the twoPeeks vaccinated and those that hate Obtain School Students
printed postal card Make jotir'request Immediately Cook's Grocery ,
Easter from
preceding, not."If fur requesting a ballot from Turn AuctioneerFor DeWItt C. Jones ,
K-10: to 12:40'p. m. On Wednes- you have a tamable dog. your Commanding Officer or and jrour ballot will !M>

Bays of these weeks the Rotary he Is worth keeping up. from your HeadqtiarterN Office mulled to situ on March 18.I8U. Red Cross Mr. Sternberg'states that soma ,

Blub will provide the speaker and "All stray dogs found on the I and mall to lite Secretary .' This will, give: you. plenty. disappointment has been occasioned t

he members wlH, 'attend in aBody streets of Starke will be fte.t I of State!, Tallahassee, FIa..r: of time to rrei\e, ;jour ballot Juvenile barkers lined the halls In thlei.and previous drives by

having ,their luncheon afttrKe stroyed." Write a personal note to the tote It and return It to the of the Junior High Building at the size of contributions received

services. Jamest C. Hobb. SfIt'rt'Iaryoftatf'! Tallahassee, County Judge for receipt by the School Friday noon of last from outside business organizations -
speakers for the noon day serBlces Sanitary Officer Fl. that ""'. week
Bradford n requesting a .r him on or before Mny 2. the! vicing for bids on a potpourri with branches In Starke It

are as follows:, County. Ballot" be sent you going", late of the First Primary of warf's'that, when sold, Is felt he said that since these
March, 2T. Rev. G. C. him complete" address. '
Monday. you" Itflatltes I sharing
-dwell, Pastor of Met hod 1 s tRhurch. atce., home county and town the local
Clean-Up Efforts recently graduated from the U Cross War
and precinct number If known women Nhoukl" clip this notice\ Campaign Fund. business prosperity, they should
8..Marltlme Service Radio SchoolIn 1
Will Continue to 'ou. and mall It to them. The White Elephant sole was contribute at least
H. ;>
Tuesday March 28. Rev. C. 'Boston, Mass. -returned for on a par with
a project of the Junior
lien. Pastor of, Presbyterian Though Drive Ends active service with the Merchant and Is High students others In spite of the fact that
a good of
I I example the' home
bhurch. 4-H :Marine after spending a leave office makes a large
Musical Instruments Drive Ends. what enthusiastic' effort r
accomplish -
Wednesday March 29 Rotarylub. Although the city-wide clean up with his parents, Mr.. and' Mrs. In the city where it
campaign closed v I r t ually i>n Being CollectedFor With 200 Boys Carl Jackson. a campaign. the success of la located. .. I

March 11, Mrs. Levy Canova. The chairman stated that ha
Thursday. March 30 Rev. A. E. Men OverseasG. In County Clubs It
was an amusing array of had heard ,
Pastor of BaptistHrhurch. chairman said this week that the Women RemindedOf some good reports of

ightfoot. work will continue until all pro- I. Joe Is not only going to 1 National 4R'sJefJlI1zation week of articles the criers that crowded at I the stands work being i don at Lawtey, ,'

Rev. Fred jects which have been started are continue blasting Japs and Nazisat 'has just closed and the work 'lJ WAC Recruiter Friday's: sale Hampton. Brooker, Graham. The-
Friday March There were countless cans of Tessa,. New River
finished. and other
Berkes,. Pasto'r at Episcopal an ever-Increasing rate but he meeting with tfeuity cooperatloi On Duty Here vegetables from I last seasons
-* Marked ,Interest in the campaign Is going to do It to music-thanks at every point, according L T. I county Communities and exprew-
Victory Gardens books '
Khuich. i. funny
\ has been displayed by both 1 to nation-wide campaign collect Dyer County Agent. He has Women 'of, Starke and vlclnliy ed.hope that the people of then i +
I hair bows nolae
Mr. Powell. makers pel''cktlea. ,
Monday April-3, civic groups and Individuals. Mrs. musical \Instruments for the visited all the ...schools in the I tare reminded that Sgt. Evelyn ankle socks tomato towns wilt exert the utmost effort

Tuesday.April 4,,Mr. Allen. Canova said and this Interest is boys across the seas. This cam County and made enrollments, this Carlisle, recruiter for the Wo- plants, base, ball gloves and, bou- fair so share that they can claim their

Wednesday. April. P, Rotary manifested In new beauty along paign, now going Into Us flniil year and now has| .bout 200 boysIn man's' Army Corps will be on quets of fragrant blooms from Bradford of 'credit for putting

Blub. city streets and In the homes of week, Is being sponsored here by the oiganlzatloivlt. duty In the Stark i Post Office Starke's flower plots There was County over' the top

Thursday April $, Mr. Light- residents. the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Each Club Member nv/ being I every Thursday and Friday.. even a frightened kitten I that "Today lie arlltltle of the

Boot. Perhaps the most importantaim Co., at the request of the War asked to get at least one -other It may Interest many young cringed in the arms of 'its little American" lied Cass girdle theglobe ,

Friday April 7, MK: Yerkes. of clean up leaders has been Department.Small Club member enrolled Curing' the women to note that those who mistress i who seemed reluctant to the able-bodied, Mr. Sternberg Mtld. "To
and l
The theme for these serylcesB'111 to Induce citizens to put garbageIn Instruments such as harmonicas dilve. At present there are 1- enlist with the WAC may now part with It even for so gallant men WOmf'nof
our annex It
be "Religion in ''Life". suitable containers which may aca rlnas, accordion?, 700,000 4-H Club Members In the choose the particular branch of a cause us that of the Red Cross. club facilities protlde*

B For Holy Week. ,April 3 toHlpril easily be emptied by collectors guitars banjos etc., are ,particularly United State" and the goal for the service In which they wish to In fact much of the material To the rick and and other woundedIn comfort

7 Inclusive Union evening and to keep these containers out needed. Those wishingto this year is set at 2000000. The ,serve, the Army Air Force., that was sold represented sacrifice
It I
hospitals ;
Services will be held at the BapBlat of sight from the street., Much donate are asked to take themto purpose back of 4-H Mobilization\ Army Ground Forces or the on the part of the children nervloes.. ) It providescheering

church starting at 8 p. mBhe has been accomplished toward any "Coca-Cola" dealer where week was to Impress on the boys Army Service forces who donated many of their personal worry and help In the dispel solution -

theme of which will be, this aim through the coopera- trucks will pick: them up and and girls the Importance of food They' may also request that belongings -.... things they of personal sail home prohlems -

Lesser Known Personalities of tion of residents with the assist forward them to the Army which production this year.' The boy their Initial] assignment be at a would have enjoyed keeping them of nervkynnen and their

he Passion"*. The element of surprise ance 0 f Health, Officer James will send them overseas at once. are being enrolled In this County particular "army station within selves. All In all. the project wasa famine It cards food and

will again be evident. The Hobbs Mrs. Canova reports.The Everyone la urged to dig downIn with projects In corn potatoes the Service Command in which happy example of the sort of other necea ltl to prisoner

oplca for the various evening, chairman also' stated that basements attics and storage pig. calf po u It r y and ,garden they enlist. American spirit that 1 I.* responsible of ,war. It. collect blood for

Brill be announced but the speak- work on the grounds of ,th rs will not;:be-except; ''for Friday.; Armory hid beeu slowed down that 'aren.t being' uric and fihoWn' and plans are gelling off the 239 different types 't>t great 'organization of the Red nnrH."ft and provide surgical

prll 7., At It was'done last yearHullus because of lack of laborers' to take them to( the nearest "Coca- to a good start Army jobs which are offered by Cross.A dressings for our Army and

L. Thorn Director 'of the carryon with the' commltteejs Cola" dealer, State Leaders from Galneavllls! the WAC, call at the Starke post- similar sale sponsored by the Navy. The Red Crows stands

,5.0.-Y.1LC,4., will preside andHMH plans under the direction of VI!. "There are few If any comforts visited p r a c tlcally all Florida office tomorrow between the' little folk of the Primary grades ready 8If always to meet disaster 1

again present"the speaker. M. Edwards custodian of the around a foxhole. The least wj counties attending meetings and hours of 12 and 8:30: p. m., or will be held In"the Primary Build. I resulting from flood, fire

Kpeclal music will be providedy building. Work will be continuedas can do Is give our boys a little. rallies. R. W. Blacklock. State during the week phone 93 and Ing at the School today at noon. I or storm. Fur t her ore, It

>y the United Church choirs with soon as workmen can be pro- music", according to V. H,' Howard 4-H Club Agent spent a day' In Inquire of Mrs. William H. pledge sympathetic and effective -

he exception of Thursday. April cured. manager of the local Coca- this county visiting schools and Thompson,- Jr. New FHA HousesIn alii to disabled sertlcwmen.

B when the Presbyterian Junior Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Mrs. O. L. Cola Co., who Is In charge ,')t talking with the boys at meet- and their families. for a* long

bholr will sing. On Friday 'April Beasley and Mrs. Canova make the campaign here. Ings. He emphasized the Import. ..Funeral ThursdayFor Kingsley VillageTo tut required."In .

April 7 the IRTC Chorus will up a committee appointed to plan ant part they will play this yearIn H. C. Jackson Be Sold view of this\ gigantic pro-

Rirovide the music.. The speakerf the landscaping around the GSO Members Plan food production and urged, themto gram It Is easy to see why' you

the latter named evening will Woman's Club grounds The sum EventThe put,forth every effort possibleto Hugh) Carl, Jackson age 55, W. 'T. Clute realtor has recently must give more than the usual

be Chaplain Lemuel T. Fagan. of $50 has been allowed by the May Day make a success of their project died at 2:25: a, m., Tuesday In the been appointed exclusive peace-time contribution of $1 to
The traditional Good Friday]/ and work that each of them sales agent by Watt Klikpatrlck "
Club for this purpose Girls' Service Organization so one Alachua County Hospital In the Red Cross this year Mr.
service will' be on Friday :April will begin .soon._ recently held its regular monthly 'may produce enough food to feed Gainesville where he load been a to sell the 123 new FHA house Btemberg said. "With more
7. from 12 noon to 3 p m. at the soldier for weeks.A at Kingsley Lake 1 10 c a ted in in circulation In Bradford
donatloa to the Health Center meeting at the USO Club on one patient the past four money
Episcopal church:, It is hoped recently was allocated .to Temple and Washington Sts. W. T. Nettles, District Exten- retired baker, Mr. Jackson Kingsley Village. This Is the County than ever before in Its
that all places of business will beautification of the grounds of The officers of this group are sion Agent, visited ,schools wltn had been a resident of Bradford largest number of new houses history almost everyone can afford -

make it possible for every em- that building and Mys. O. L. Miss Pat Keen. President Miss"" the County A<on Wednesdayof County for the past 14 years. He ever offered for sale at one timeIn to give at least $3 or $1(1(

ployee to have an ''opportunityto Beasley W. B. Sewell, and A. J. Margaret String fellow Vlca-' last week In' Interest of 4-H was a native of Illinois and a Starke vicinity, for .this' great, cause. Of course

I attend these.'aervtees. $Y Thomas planned the planting1 President. and Miss Wanda Mobilization. talking with 1 the member of the Pre s b yterlan Mr. Clute states that he has all those who can possibly do sa

A union sunrise\ i-service-will ,be which Is now complete and con Pearce Secretary. In the absence boys and Insp lng them to greater Church. been authorized to sell i 1 these I must give the larger amounts.

held on Easter Sunday morning stitutes an important addition to of the president, the vice- effort In ,their Club work. He Funeral services were held I : houses on very easy terms, In $29, $90. 9100( .-or even more."

and details will be announced, at the beauty,of the city. president presided. said the need for 4-H Club work Thursday afternoon' 2 o'clockIn some Instances as low as $30000 Chairman Sternberg Is I highly

a laterdate.- Other clean and beautification Plans were made. for the monthly Is greater now than ever before the Presbyterian Church here down. He also states that ho gratified over the, many mall contributions
have up
churches will special work of note that has: already publication of a G.S.O. Bul- and urged the boys to do their with the Rev. Charles H. Alien will give the present tenants pre that are'' coming In to
services and Sun
music Easter
on been completed l 1& that letin with Roberta Whltfleld serving best this year In their Club work officiating. Interment was In ference. him as a result''of his newspaper
day at the chur
regular h"hour. around the USO-NCCS. the temporarily as editor and and In the drive to Increase food Crosby Lake Cemetery. Pall appeals "We especially appreciate -.

Methodist Church and Recreation Mary Jo Caldwell as assistant production on their farms., bearers were A. G. Landen. C. Birthday Party these as they are'made without -

Rotarians HearDiscussion and the Baptist Church. editor. Many appeals have been received V. Inglerlght. R. C. Buford V. 3. any personal solicitation: what-
building For Vilda MooreVllda
[ Of IRTC Although much work on vacant Discussion then centered around from women of the Countyand St. John Albert Mlx<.n. Henry ,' ever. It shows that our citizens
understand the work the
lots has already been done, there plans for dances. On Saturday from girls In the schools fora Manasna and J, E. Mllltgan. Arrangements Moore, 'daughter of Mr. Red Cross Is great and

Col. Thos. A. Austin, Jr., commander remains much more to do Mrs. March 18. the WACS from Camp Home Demonstration Agent who were In charge. of and Mrs. Jerry Moore; entertained have a share doing in It. They are figure eagerto
of the 66th Infantry said. She suggests that Blanding will be guests of honor may work with the women and DeWItt C. Jones.

raining Regiment at Camp Blanl Canova the lots, ,not,,only be burned but I at a St. Patrick's dance. An- girls! and organize 4-H Clubs for Surviving Mr. Jackson are hU a group of her little friends wltn that It Is their the way of "howlnl'appreciation who
to are<
ding, was guest speaker at the : also raked and the debris\ remov- ,, other special occasion will be a the girls.\ This work I Is very wife Margaret: his parents. Mr. a party on Wednesday of last fighting their battlesMall men."'

Rotary Club Wednesday and gave ed. May Day dance at which a queen badly needed and it is to and Mrs. Walter B. Jackson of week the occasion being her contributions be sent
will be selected and be regretted that have not Quincy Illinois; one daughter 1 seventh may
mu\ interesting discussion of the Mrs. Canova Is particularly enthusiastic and maids we birthday anniversary.
to War
purpose and functioning of an Infantry about the planting be May Day decorations and favors had the work In this County all Mrs 'Louise Cain of Key West; I The children played games first Fund: N.Drive Sternberg Starke Chairman Fla P

Replacement Training Ceer. :\- ing done at private residences.The will be featured the time. Mi u Nettles stated that five sons four of whom are In I, and second prizes going to Jule ,

beautification committee resolved every effort possible Is,being madeto the Armed Forces, Morris W. In Bevln and Vllda Moore and Del ,1

Col. Austin a ''profe elonalRoldler" at the beginning of the Millard Caldwell establlsh+'thU.'work with the the Army overseas, Edward B. in I ano Thomas and Agnes Lawson Truck Rations

who has established the campaign to stress: the plantingof women and girls here. the Navy In California Robert C. respectively Refreshments were Valid April 1st
in aad al- Visits Starke I in"iii. Army Air Corps and Rich- 'served with
remarkable record of fighting azaleas and petunias at a table covered a

18 wars in various parts of the. ready more than 1*tw AAfl-- petunta MurphyJonesFriends ard P. of the Merchant Marine, lovely lace cloth and centered jy The local. rationing board started
world discussionby azaleas have Invading I A fifth son, William T., of candle cake.Mrs. truck rations
highlighted his plants and scores of the home of a large lighted processing on
since Starke ls\
( \ will leave for the Arme,1lIervlce
relating some,, of his many interesting been, set out. Gubernatorial Candid ate Lex here will be Interestedto Starke W. H. Albright, Mrs. Ew- March 15. However these rations

experiences. The committee chose to stress Grebn) Millard Caldwell, TaUa.hauee learn of the recent marriage soonAI..o Ing Napier and Mrs. Freddie. will not be valid until April 1.
the planting of petunias because of Miss Ella Maud Jones, surviving Mr. Jackson am Tuson assisted Mrs. Moore In Agreement has been made with
and also a can-
continuing attorney daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. four brothers. Victor L, Raymond the ODT that Boards will Issueto
Jimmie'' of their colorful the entertainment and
Weldon hU. first planning
didate for Governor paid
Paul P.
W. and ,
'J. Clyde
hardiness. Jones of Mulberry to Capt. E.I operators to April 15 with.
and their refreshments to the following up
beauty of the campaign to Stark serving
I visit all resident of Indiana and five
Celebrates: Birthday' last Friday. Purdon Murphy son of Dr. each of whom presented: out tailoring: Between April 13
Mrs. H. K. Murphy..also of Mul sisters Mrs. Nota Troupe Mrs and May 13 Boards will tailor
I Book ReviewedAt The former West Florida Congressman Vllda with 'a prettily packagedgift
Mrs.: S. A. Weldon Invited ten Mabel Yakle Mrs. Winifred "
berry. The wedding was an Delano Thomas. rations on a pro rata basis.
Iris Clough
little boys to her home Friday Mission, StudyMrs. stated that he is waging event of :March 11 at the First Glbbs, Mrs Lee Forsman and : Alvarez Wayne Edward, Boards will refuse to issue
afternoon, for a'''party'celebrating a campaign to simplify government Methodist Church In Montlcello "Miss Alberta Jackson, all of Sylvia commercial rations to operatorswho
and ,
and "get it back Into:; James. Agnes JulJa"Law.O:1. .
the seventh birth date of her I. P. Shepherd secretary where Miss. Jones Is a member Illinois and Julia Bevann.., Norma have not called by May 13
hands of the He will Nancy
I WSCS. the
small son, JImmle. of mission study for the of the high school faculty. Jan Canova Pauline and these operators will be re-
| Mrs J. J. Heasley helped Mr. conducted the Spring! mission return tOo Starke at a later date Before being called to active Baker BrothersAre and Emma Sue Epperson ferred to ODT,' which will reduce
Gay Mary
I Weldon entertain the group durfag study for the Society on Thurs- for, a public speaking engagement, duty about a year ago Dr. Mur. TransferredWord Falrcloth. Janet Harrell .10YC'j. and advise Board of action taken.
in .said.Mrs. .
last week
the of
[ the afternoon at afternoon I
early day
phy practiced dentistry In the office Dale Geraldine and
I clone of which refreshments of 'the church school building.The of Dr.' JV., Brownlee In has been received' by Mr Moore. Missing In ActionMrs.
"For E. R. Smyth and Infant I
I Ice studied was
wig, book .
cream and caKa ) new Is stationed
returned Thursday Starke.' At present and Mrs. T W. Baker of Keystone -
I at' a table lined with clever candy of Life" and the devotional daughter. Sally
All has
Johnston. Mabel Sullivan received
at Camp-Gordon their Teo-
Heights that son, Buffet
I Miss Kate from St. Vincent's Hospitalto Supper
animals. as led by
Whistles were given service was
: the home oC her mother, Mrs.Bertha man William E. Baker, has received the following t-
[ favors. JImmle's guests ;"werejBuzzy truth; the prologue was 'glveaby ., Mrs. J. B. Alexander Mrs. W. a special appointment as Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns entertained from the Adjutant General in I'

'Green.; ,George and Levy Mr.*;. ''r,.. A. Davis; and thOsdreviewing P.arc.Capt. 1 B. Alexander and Miss Wilma Cadet Midshipman and will begin with a buffet supper lastFriday Washington. Ix: C.:
Mrs. and: Mrs. Sam Sternbergand
I Canova; Richard Kidd Butch chapters were: in honor of Mr. I
Powell. Mrs. children, Patty and D&vM.returned i Alexander were guests in the training March 1 at San Mates night "The ,Secretary of War desiresme
I Smith. Tom Smith, Bo Knight Shepherd. Rev. G. C:, Johns' Mrs. C. Smith of
Ga. home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Du- Calif He was formerly stationed sister to express his deep regret
MM. toe Albany Sunday
I Bud Larson, and George Thorn. W. G. HaPe, ),[no A., Wood; and her nelce Mrs. J. S. C. Sut-i ,
Tampa Jack
Smith and Mrs. W. after spending 'several days herewith : pull of Alachua Thursday of last with the Maritime Service at. St. that your eon' Pfc. l lI1van I
Leonard F. I
of Orlando.
has been missing
week. reported I
Mr. and Mrs XT. Sternberg.Mrs. ;, Petersburg.
[ Recent Births B Sewell. .' A. Z. Adklna, Mrs. O. L. Mrs. M. I. MaynarU of AlachuaIs Another son Lt. Tracy W. Other crests present' were Mr In ,action since Jan. 22 In Italy. '

I GUlesple of Camp Beasley'and Mrs. Jeanette Kin. spending Indefinite time In Baker has been transferred from and Mrs. J. J. Gross Miss Virginia If further, details or other In/or-1; : ,

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk of Cpl. Robert weekend guest lathe cald were In Jacksonville Tuesday ; the home of tier daughter Mrs. Bowling Green. Ky. to the Army Fae Futch and Mrs. Minnie matlon are received, you will befi lI

|Brooker are the parents of a son Blaadlng was John a home. I J. B. Alexander. Air Field at Statesburg,, Ca.: WcCutcheon, all of Jacksonville. promptly notified.. ,) 1 1I
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)r the bead of this great national. end guest of Miss Roberta Whit. i!into the armed forces on :March time ,religious meeting. It continues
..1' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH movement. lie has been recently' field of the State Farm. '21, soon after his 18th birthday. I for another week m YOU CAN CETREAL
.1'r, promoted from a Captain to s Mr. and Mrs. W.V.. Ralim' He Is a fine boy and will make a Regular services were held at
;; Eo.tabl".hpd 1877' Major. He I I. a really great man. and daughter Mildred, and son good soldier wherever our Uncle the Woodlawn Baptist Church RELIEF
." l. William, Jacksonville visited Sam fit to place him. HJS: I
The Clay Hill bcuoui f A. of sees
Kt ___ _____.____ I of Jack-
4S, K. I.I.lIhf'! Editor and Owner him Sunday Rev. Raulerson fan* ACID
wish the "very
met Thursday afternoon. Plan relatives here last week.L. many friends :
i ; SI'USCltlPTIUS RATEYearly are being made for a Baccalaureate O. and O. W Hazen were In best." !sonvillle, filled the pulpit and we INDIGESTIONCarpenter's
sermon Sunday afternoon, Palatka on business Sunday. Mr*. Mary Hampton of Monti- had a heartfelt meeting both
91.73 Six, Month.*, $1.00,, I
11 "j'' : April 16. The commencement will Mrs. O. W. Barry, and Mrs. I cello, is visiting her sister, Mr*. Sunday morning and night, Mrs. i
$A . be Friday night, April 21 Eldon Hardy went to Glen Agnes Fuquay. I I Raulerson accompanied her hus-
t'ubtlHht-U Weekly on Frl.ljji.: and Entered an 8 +coiul Clu'e Matter st.1
I In Mary Thursday I Mr.\ : and Mrs. Francis (Blackle) band here and they apent the day '
who has been
at the Post Office wt Slarkr, Florida. Edwin Padgett I a
and with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse
." Campbell were visiting Mr. ,
the hospital with Inju r 1 e a o t Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and I
broken rib and a leg Is at his daughter Merna Lou.of Half ord Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Sunday : Everyone is cordially Invited to
;; CLAY HILL lie has charge of 11 counties and aunt', Mrs. Luke Johns Flatted relatives here Sunday. Several folks from this section attend next Sunday and hear Rev.
By Lura Surgf" his home in In Palatka. He Mrs. Charlie John. Mr. Correspondent tresses that fire prevention Le Mr. and of Starke small daughter, of Raiford visited! the Lawtey Baptist Church last "What Think Ye of Christ?" Drug
and little daughter S gS.
taught to the young children at with her relatives here Sunday. week and reported a' good old- Services 11 a.m. and 815: .
Tues., parents.Mr.
i, HEALTH CI.ISWT school. This program In to control apent visited ---- -
Brinson, at John Hitch of Ft. White
and Mrs. T. A.
CLAY HILL SCHOOL the working size of pine
his cousin T. W. Markey. lastweek.
r, On Monday, Match 27, from, trees, the number of streaks on a Hugh. ....IUtd.E.J., .. f&M. r .a.v

9.SO: A. M., until 7 P M.. Dr. r, lines tree and and many the marking other things of drift visitor Mrs. Sarah for the George welfare Geiger board, the, Mrs. T. W, Markey, Mrs. Earle

n R. Abrams our health doctor for Hill School and interviewed Green, Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Miss Iva D
Our new visitor for the was at Clay
t ,,- thin county, will be at the schoolhoutn : 1 fare Board is Mrs. Wilson who several people Mr, Mae Lewis, and Mrs. Leslie Green
to give blood tests for replaces Mrs. Sarah, GeIger. Lottie Starling, Bud Roe Mrs visited MI'.. Rural 1 Dukes at Lay
venereal diseases. This service It Luc lie Strickland and Mrs. Jim Duke Station last week. a
Rev. J. L. Wester,who preachesat
: ,' rendered free the
called to
p a by government Mrs. C. A. Crosby was
last Friday
Carter ;
Starke and Raiford, wishes to
la a nation-wide movement to the bedside of her mother Mrs.
JY ; control this blood disease, which announce that the service at Mr and Mrs. Ruben Monley of W. C. Edmondson at Starke Sat Full Month's Supply 0 1 1 '
Pine Hill are on the third Sun Jacksonville spent the week-end
ti" ; has outlj6'0'S
kept so many young men urday. Mrs. Edmonddon suffereda
day of the month. At Pine Grove, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 100 Tablas 89c
of the aimed !!ervlce- -and I 1-* a heart ,attack.RECITAL Quantity Rights Reserved
near Raiford, the services are the Jim Carter .. .
of national disgrace. This community Prlc Good>> Thru Saturday. March It
Is glad to show Its patriotism by second Sunday. Miss Helen Wester apent the Lovett' Enriched White -
r+,,,1T i netting an example and taking I' Lura Burgess had dinner Tuesday week-end with her parent, Re/ Mrs. Floieace Graves' music Bread 16-oz 'loaf 8 c Post Toasties or Kellogg's
t; j free blood teats. If infection is evening with Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. J. I* Wester. pupils of Brooker and La Cross,
;', Uncovered, treatment ia free. I'I Charlie Johns at Starke end at. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett of entertained at the Brooker School Super Brand .Corn Flakes 6b-oxoz z,4Vz
tended health the March
a meeting at Ja.cksonvJlle'spent Friday with auditorium Tuesday night Margarine ib 17c
A. A. Murphy the U. S. InSpector Clinic. She Is one of the com her mother Mrs. Gertie Faircloth.BROOER 14. with a piano recital which
for the Naval Store Program mlttee appointed to represent a was enjoyed by the public. )
y-+ .14 was visiting T, A. Brinson section of Clay County and Clay The Baccalaureate Sermon for Genuine Spring Rib Chops Ib 39c I Lovetf. Tenderay Chuck Roast Ib 2h)
r"ti .;' and son at Hugh! and Clay Hill Hill Community. Dr. I. R. Ab the Junior High School will beheld I I Club Steak Ib 31c
c :} vicinity on an Inspection tour. tam of Green! Cove Springs Is My Minnie Lou Hazrn Sunday afternoon, March 19 ... Shoulder Roast Ib 23c _- _ III Hamburger./ .Ik.1I ,,,.

Mrs. J. B. Knight, .Mr*. Cecil at 3:30: at the School auditorium. I .amD Breast Stew Ib 121c Dee. Short Ribs Ib .
: Collins and small daughter of Chaplain Shepherd of the State 19,
i FRIEND HELPER Tampa, were visiting friends and Farm' will deliver the address. I Lamb Liver Ib 29c Ste'v Beef Ib i 1St

relatives here Monday,. GRADUATION EXERCISES Florida Whole
Miss Madeline Crosby of Waldo The graduation exercises for the NO POINTS Breakfast Bacon Only 1 Point Lb. Nowl
was an overnight guest Thursday Junior High School will be held Buy All You Want WDITIN"
of her parents.Mrs. Thursday night March 23 at the MOUNTVERMONT
7'nr'ne; Pork Ears or Z
Me ntherera Ibs
of Clarence Strickland and School auditorium at 8:30: o'clock. Feet Ib 12c
son T o m m 1 e; and Mrs. Troy Salutatory--Jeanette Grimes. .
Thomas and ch I 11 d r e n of La President's Speech-Louise Kel Pork Tails or Headless Pan
Crosse were visiting relatives here ley. -i Tripe Ib ISc Rlndless-:Sliced Fish lb is,

rc Sunday, History-I.ibwell Douglass. Brisket Spare King..,Mackerel
('r fAl' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen anj Class Poem-Dewitt Padgett. Ribs Ib 15c ,Steaks. ,lb 3Ji
Mr. and MJrs. Winifred Hazen Glftorlan-Doyle Hazen. Beef lb 33.C Florida Speckle
were week-end guests of Mr. and Will-Hazel Stokes. Brains Ib ISc Trout lb 32i
Mrs. Alf Hazen at Orlando. Prophecy-rStanley Crosby.
,, i, Mrs Carrie Ingram, of Starke Valedictorian-Marilyn Crosby.'VOODLA'VN Pork Neck FloridaBones
l visited her sisters Mrs. Rob 2 Ibs 15c Blnelish lb 25
li. Ga. Rind-on, Piece Canadian Piece
( Lewis and Mrs. Tom Stewart Sat- Select PorkBrains Headless OceanShrimp
i. Bacon Ib 25c Bacon lb 53c
urday. Ib 17c Ib 35
By !\Irs. Mjrle Rafune Rind-on Piece Bacon Western WhiteBacon '
Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Andrews Bacon Whole Salted Fish
I, and small son of New River visit B. L. Wilkinson of the U. S.Navy Skins Ib lOc Strips Ib 32c lb 21c Roe Ib 55<
dt''f;; : ed relatives and friends Wednesday
'f here was visiting his parents and Buck
< Western Pork Back No. Points! Best Pure
friends here last week. Riblels Ib 7c Shad Ib 17
i t Use the EXTRA help yea"'+ Miss Phyllis Hazen was a week. Ovid L. Flitch. will be inducted Fresh PorkKnuckles Lard Pound 17c 2 Pounds 33c Salt
!. I J '
Ib 15c Fresh Pact Bulk Mullet Ib lit

j. he ofimsow./ 'WJ FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Ga Picnics Whole, Shank Ib 29c Hall Sauer Kraut pound. lOc Pollock Fillets Ib 2ft

Farts Smoked Loan Mackerel
'r; FLORIDA MOTOR Country SpareRibs
LINE BUSSESFOR Whole or Shank Hall Sausage Ib 29c Ib 23c Fillets Ib 35c

r :' J.N the present emergency-with the Government calling on COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Hams Ib 34c Rath's Souse Kingan PorkSausage
Smoked Ham Grade A SwissHocks
"' 'i, American Farmers to plant 16.000,000 acres more than last PLEASE PHONE 147 Ib 23c Meat .Ib 19c Ib 35c Cheeselb:

id ''f .J year's record total-the Standard Oil man is living up to his
:t'f reputation as a "friend and helper of the Southern Farmer." Lido Club Spaghetti Std. Sweetened or UrtswL Grapefruit

lr ; .. lie is doing this by rendering helpful service and giving UNION BUS STATIONLACY Dinner ,pkg 17 C I Juice 46-Q* can 23c

41; +. ih\' experienced advice on the wartime maintenance of farm man CONWAY Agent ,
chinery and by supplying dependable fuels and lubricants. Temple Are. Starke, Florida DEL MAIZ

With tank-trucks operating out of over 500 bulk delivery SWAN :
; i points there's a Standard Oil man serving your communityt -

a wherever you are. Always a good man to know ie can be SOAP Cream StyleCOR

l 'v, especially helpful now in keeping your DRY CLEANING & TAILORING '
e "'; _O farm machinery "Fit and Fighting.:, Medium 6cLUX N NAI

.,.". Quick Service High Quality 'Work 1 10a"

I'r Your Standard Oil man will bt glad to give TOILE1
? '' r you FREE copy of this 64-pg Mtnuat
:' "i, '""' ,fit ti belpyoukeepyourmachineryialghtingtrim.i on Wartime Machinery flsinttntnef. will. NEW METHOD CLEANERS SOAP no 2 can 1.3c'"

k I Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors' fiSS\ '


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_'J* ,. ,\\1,, :: I') oLIP Y t t"-; HEALIH PROTECTS. Sunshine HiHoCrackers Silver Wings Enriched
,). : ) .- Ib21 c Flour s-ibs 27c!

1ii !;: -z-c1t: : ,;I 1Y", HI f N SO Washburn Green Split Sta.rch.fOf .Lustre" :-:-

aroau.. 'AO& Peas ib 14c Linit pkfl 10_
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'.'u", poi tES Med ''9Y2c 1' CITRUS BY THE POUND'''
J I, ( oX WIIITC Lge 23c JUICY Swat FloridaOranges

0"S liSIIb % _' Pound 5c

'1\"\. V'X ,. Juicy Florid
',( | '\ pry Grapefruit Pound 5'J.lbs '

/t U. S. 1 MainePotatoes
;". : ) for30years .f-tWrr. ' V.R" Esc
, AS GOLDEN G (gR 10 IbslXfLAKE" 35(

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; Carrots bunch 6c Celery, 2 sta'ks IS

J J'J'I : U S. I FloridaCabbage Idaho Russett-Mesh Sack-
IS The sunny golden color of skill in famous old-time breweries;'' pound 2c Potatoes '10-lbs 57

t ,; c JAX Deer the Drink Fancy Canadian Fancy Waxed Sweet
O Friend.
+ .. men have brought ,their: skill Rutabagas pound 4cCalii Potatoes pound 9l

4fr ; ship, alone tells,the story of the to perfection in JAX. .. Avocado U S 1 YorkApples
\ SWEETHEART. SOAP Pears 2 for 25c pound 1>I
i,4 .
i N mellow, full-bodied goodness of Try the Drink of Friendship

\ '!' V" "':..I'-r.' ,*.I ::Oh -? .,: ..g>..|,.r' . this great beer-for only fine beers today. Your taste will at once con-N;( :-" I 3 cakes Red Heart Sauer's18c

j, 'fit. i I' .- r't r- '
have this sunlit -1
1 ; quality. firm what tell 9t
,: ;, *its 'ld l r'll* your eyes you. It1 3-Flavor I.
; Food VANllalJli.
... Dog I
,: < ; < For 30, has been '
JAX that
.. . years a JAX is so satisfying, so re..

l' distinguished Florida pro, freshing that you can'tbuybetterbeernomat ft--jr. trtwf the 2 for 23c 12c

duct, ,,made by men UFU/QU DUTCH No. 2 _
NCti'' ,,.
: who learned their -=-. ITiS -
what EASY TO
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i 2 for 15c )WITH LIGHT,,CREAM I I' 'Iour
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"e.eH. PbylU H a m e rn. Kenny Harvene' "Watterimn :lIaIIIII", Kennedy. grade ha. darted a new policy I InwiiiK year Two months after
''Iburntnn. Huberta W. ned MnryJM :lach .'h i hI who ham M p..rt.\ racul Senior I I I'cai" I Harbor her hnttliand Joined'
IfGH SCHOOL NEWS j < a.uweil ........I... lice reallyeemtt 5111 .a.... .. fur a wt>...k will receive a the Navy .stui I In a short time wanMKiit
rver> tbtniK. turned .utv Karl: Anthony, Paul I f..n.>v,., .Kiuall ..II"..., star by iila naniu \ \\ IIITKIKI.IIThe : I! ovemean, no khe deulded to ito
. lloliby Praxlvr. Hoy i llnrrvll Hilly t'\1,.11.* whu have i| perfect retord ) Hi'alM Honpllal Keemeil. to 1.0, liuck to xchool.Her .
Oil, Wily ..t> blue Roberta Could :McCall lllllv itiiilt. h. L'ltllllp 'Thnrii for a month will receive a hugeSt In a whirl Felnnaiy %. IHJ7: .and II liken are haski-tbsll hurnel.a -
-- It be uircaiine u noidler by ISIS name Itcmul.t tirlfflH. Claude .liihim l.ucle. 151'. "'veryonwitn I lY'i log' t.. 1'1 n'10111 k. rid h..., and nwlnimltiK.. Her
\ >f U'.n ttorworth left all uf a .un are noisy i-lanaen.. and I bruicMaruaiet -
'i STAFF I Temperance Talk ii': \> hat ay, Koolif.vondui .' HiM emorrt.. :Martuin" i lloilinliy, """, policy. nit to In- <...t hillM hut the lilith oflt. ,I .In.'.
_1 :tOI'.In.Chlef \ ,' WilY staveVeldon, Jr.. Killlh )Maiinlnyr HarlmraUyhu &U, X ,>lierin V ii if Is'Id. It I han been
Ed Heard In Assembly> ,in. KU iixlilntr. at ,cronby. lake !Klanche. N'nsworth. Jeaiiette I'rlent, ..lltK\\ It Ilk. i hat ,."'i. -mwith' no one I ,l 41141 'tll.'r H ii-i'
Fieddis Whnberly -u often. ould It be bvcaune June. Harlene Alvaea, :Marguerite" Fowler We have had 13 booka milled Hi kl1uwlnM'h..1: wax irolntc to this II 'I Maltha $asi.I was born
Co-Editor Halt liven out, that way 1 nomlvr.Oh. Audrey Prevntt, our library. Some o( th.. bitokn up" next. I Itrfm.. Mhe moved to Ill' : cm F. oiuaiy d, I iEiI, at ilt'lhharuitiiMisItiags.
Un Thursday afternoon wuia itniiatril and the iii lids, She attended ochoolI .
the IIlu- ie': Uld you hear It. W. Moneivy wenunUKht. 115 ienent abode at the Fin St..".
Virginia Sew llfen'or dtHitu inut in the auditorium tori Holier wlieji one ul those toy Th (tirade. :, All.of the bOoks. are, vet )' Farm at h the axe of three, lloberla I lli 're fur H yearn befoie. bettlnntiitf;
Blosr,pbt a ,. A..n..uly.11..1'. the ntnuina of ] elsideis, which are "gulte popular \ an Pi-lent fiml't; "Vaixllver, Interesting RU'. we ale .nJII'h$ lived at Finltlaml turk sent Halite, lilts In 1J4I.Mai .
Whitfield MmeiKtt. and Aiiieiiva, TheBeautltul iiiiely. ) wue put In runt of him June ('t'rtldwrll J a. n *i t ,Anedrnon. .....111 u meut, deal. I >'lty. tt'eople. are mill wonderliiKwhether : caret'a favorite color In red
-Illazen. Roberta : ," n.U.. I *. IMtvell In- Friuay nuoni'. .' t>tdn't know thai Patsy hew MInnie .}.** KnKllMh.Vivian hewsTits.ruiti'n has alrendy won they put her In the rigid' while she la iso. quite. fond oflirunelten
,., Marjorie Davis irouuued to UfO Fred, llurnvlt, mi...Ht > nur IUIIRH, were ao powerful H. It.. E e n. nnrla! J..tdu,<, A new 'rextanient. and a story bonk place. after irettlnher an far an I l b n \v I II.I K, Vowlmmlnic I ,
feWI ? Peek .ieak..r for the attemooii.Vlr. \\--,01. hpeakltiaT "f upldern o..h..d :Nancy LlKhtfoot, Virginia Milil.11I' In the lllble Memory Content. the Stale FarmllotierfN .> iiiovien. ansI l h'l..dhh..n. She din.
."___,---- Darby liarnell nintl a talk, unAleubul Mi'n. Tucker trying to catch .". Hue .'....k.n. tlladyn Ta'lir, Some of our puplla are. helpliiM Meeme It. he nftrneteiltoar Ilk. blondie. end people. who talk
Wilkinson and Itn ...11.. He said noinotlihifc" III Knvllnh Olaxn the :.Maitira Krownlee., J.... n Carpenter. to make. out room attractive by l tvolten taut llternlly !. too much.In .
Edgar lAla l Blecha that suicide ..f the n..dy alcohol other lay no peeked In ami aw Betty Anne Klynn, (101'1. Muncrlef ui-I" ligIilg' I In wild i n........". lOdniiColemaii 01....'... red teea..l... and HlrM.l..a* the ."' "It'.f 1943 .she vtnlted
El I Features -- had ninny unea but nun, In thebody. that It wan a poor little Itnybltnyfplder LM>IIH! Strickland.Meet brotiwht a vane. for our han If .scenic abe In .!,.. very I her alnter In. Virginia. a trip which
Jo Caldwell Jimmy Davis, lie said .!_ that If ... which. wan causing qultuu room. foMl nf llrv<.al It ntlea and ahewtaala sits enjoyedrry inut h.
Martin drink. alcohol It take the mulnlure ....", nllJtt..n. It wan w Jolly chase I'lnyre Hawthorne brouKht a Mil\ .*f neT Met*" tw nave 1'1'''" graal uc 5 ion, nhe, .iilnnn loilit
iy Faxon Phyllis ont uf the red relIc ..d and :M>.... Tucker was vlctorloun.Hear The Faculty Houth American" map naiiie tik 'belined K.....d HaeM..*' I nlcnoHraiihlu, work In 'JarKHOiiVlllv. -
Melverna Thornton kllle them and It also Curia thevvblt that FreddIe W. knockedhernelff with our study of Mouth . .. ,, %> ,
llobetta has. fllntante for ass)- ,
cells ...1.... tberehy uut afternoon lantweek. \liter'h'H.
Lee Martin vauM one
Martha lltM. W.ftltL'tMrs. thing that faIntly roneiublea wink.Anyone .
jjbly Inic them to lone their hernia abe left ber juke :
power I
HUargaret Strinsfellow! Alcohol Celia the boUyf un and waa .ajolnii; tu turn It off AVarrrn who Utlm teaching, ,,'1'11 <' MCVVMKvery what kni\vn her can wellunderHtand I lyKISING!
fourth burn that, I that I In
grade was ii.'l'sxas i
.. .. WhiR to nuppone"
lie. .1'' . It alow affeeta when abe clipped neMly wa.edHour. one very norry '
where he him lived until why she lets norlal ntmllea net herilnwn.
flock leave for his home
thebrain I have kaewn lt nee Hilly :
and mlahl and
aeruua ayetemaed > 1
waken mm loam. oar ...If.......* kit lhe floor with that snt.lIttle thin. yar. ithe received. her 1 tpach.or's In "I"III..ttl.V... hope he will It neema that ftlte ...lij.ayealAlastic. l 'It.I ai', decree at the lon Morris Jr., I under :Mia. Perklnn
Editorial .... ... uKHln vIsit u.. In the lot lure. ihisat'sthan .
.1. Hnrnett said that beer feather-bob head. Hid the Hi'ii' and :.M I, Kihel IIUI-H saasldouglitet'
IVilleve stud alxu attriulrd the North any other nubjert of lit c
and wine area* deadly In theirwurk vlelrula ever net tensed off TexHM Although the bond ililve In uver. t>f Htooker were vlnlttnttMr
Slut Teaohei'M College, school
we are iitlll wondering who, will career.Itt.ltrrta . .......
) CROSS an sklnky.Susie Krrddlef She liken icood amifrankneBM. ; antliir) > I. Not nuiii t>u.turday -
JfR KK1: niaiinem win I the hurl cc money. ICacti room IN a .staunch believerIn .
Heyhave you nfitlced VlriflnlaSewell'M . Her dislikes( ire liuliolttenetM .. I IIIKhl.I
Hold i>o many boiida.. wete inlKhly! she I 5), whleb In mib.laBtl.ateil Mr. and 111' tloidon JonvM a..1 2
:; corn necklace I.jullint.O'.h..rd ...... I ''
i luitit and fellow] c.. ..... inat ., and | .In..hll. proud of I haiti but we h"II"|) we'II by the fast that abe baa little daughter of haw
Seesit Lila Rae C, I
that It
Iw IIHVV. another opportunity nay te\en nf the liapi'iest| | i years ofher thai! a* well and maybe better next : been ...1." .Nlnve nbeve ISyearn moved, here to make their' homw.Mra .
L Ke.d I.'roll.. wan very corny. The necklace, 1 lit. have. hen i<|"'iit with tierhunlmml nlil.
lo our lime. Jack Mishap anil danitliterx.Marian .
\ Kt-d CroMH. ineeds money to mean). who IH now a IlKiitennnt We are doing: our part and hop I All to Itoherta'a. future suite| her- and Knth are Is-as-hag Ina
.. tuiid and clothing fur prln- lilad to nee :Mariart :Montelth at Cam|> llliimllnir" Inte everyone vine. le takliiif. pail ",'Ir. d" ...n'l know what nlie \U ito few days lu visIt, lelatlven In ll u
I,>f ,,Kr. tu operate hoHpltalx, "Oh-It ain't Konna rain no moreno (.'lien after nhnenco from nchool In the c Is-si. It.Uhi.i'a hulls Igit ..I' nchool i log to
  • other I than .lI's to ."./'U.W Houth.Mln. ''F
    annum" center, recreationk more1, unit a aoinm ruin no with a bad uold. and town no don't dlnappolitt un! "With all sincerIty we wish you the Hoxa Mae Normiin of Sf.reternlmrir .
    uiid to help the Moldier moru-i. I See lota. or gala vivarlnK' their GRADE NEWS 1'IlIlh: I I :,ta II 0 I 11W, leporler.Ml'H bent of luck l"erta. Mrn.. Klvlee lirlicireiaof
    Oumli what thin. vvotlil co"lnll'i hair I ,\In I plg-tallx I siine .if. them being lleiiiorent teacher.urn FIt hili gosh Albert Normuii of
    ill..... at ..<.,,I.K refuicemlr t<>. Saw Dot Faxon KoLji around L.irene :M o n orlef, :Margaret PIH4T UlttllK M1WM' \ IIUOI'\I' MIKI.I.. ' r"a I hone attendliiKthe
    the Ked fruw,. ..mvum with a tape mnanuro: aruitnd, her I InKfellow, Wanda Pearce and I'KIIKIMembera \,. You hear 4 lot ..r lalklnii. and funeral f..IIfn Jacknott :of
    > were U helploM rklltlKimw neck. thin t tell me she H KetttiiKflomeMtIc ! fur eilmamre. !. narKur all of a nu'ldeit. tloodjunou Notice Merry Heth 1C wenrlntrvpecn. clay. $\lie IH seven and r""h..1 l tiulle i I enlhuwlantli I over the lilannen appear with VliHlnlnHewell M I,rs. J. K. :Norman lists. ret ui'n.l
    <...... .....Id.| S y UH wmil to eh, Dot? . $ho' do Ilku thune Klanncuwith four presents. a drraH, a I..k.t While. Klepliant": salts they nponnored > I behind I them.Hlranaelrt I to her home' after Hpenillnir I n few
    .... NUIWC the n..ty" kind of tinted rlnia.Saw Friday, March ll U, at 140, or asaitse Mn4urnlllralnln >.
    iIe to 1o..lp J ON I h-bnh, cauvhl A nice (ireea.Vluatla and chain a hruvvlvt and a I'llit duyn. In Jacknonvllle with I herilaiiiihler
    ....uhl .ie J"U' food ..... Pean-e, Melt, 'Turner, andXera $, ..1..".. Spark In 1'alatkaover J Happy I hI rt lids)'. C'arolyn! I Ii Iill. The proceeda will Ko/; to \ anal. hue family ..... tKtarke .. ;MrM.. J. \* Jacknon..
    hnic nnd make you eel like IMoneley out In the hall the week-end. Heard. nhe had :M. .I\Iltldl"to.. the Ited I'IONH flutist )MemUvrn ofthene un .trll I, 1111.| Ihheantlll I
    Imuleil to Hi.* vitala and doI I 'luenday easIng lemvne.. 'I'rilnn <|ulle a swell lime. Pvjhby are you i grades contilbuleil .artlcleHof vvonMerliiiK .vb.. gut I tti.ledI'revlonN >. :i ivi iittTir' ("OI'RT. MR tnrtuitt
    help I ..1I1'1lntr? $.a'o,,, KKAS: value to bn nold.liur tu Clarke she hen llveilIn i\ <'II 'Ii
    I ,unit lu >o iruamry tu keep from gettIng too .*nrci. citryrv, FLOIt'U' -
    .... ... .
    vlclieeon Lakeland. Mberenhe .r.
    lIe lreed..113uu1.4.if Hear that Darby Peek baa been .Mr". Illteh room In HellliiK na ml\ is:it y.
    ite In the place of thflhluriipean I, Mlrlnfi'etptd anntitnrd to a lance hnttlenhlp.and Our room In winking I hard tu Thursday, March tith gut HHnlnon : .... lleeenibee A. ItWl: fro.lnr. ....(. riinr'len'Sllfe. rialntlff v s- FernHllfe
    KcfiiBTea. In typliia, i no m the othvrJay ben now In .*....'Id........ H. ulna. money for the Ke,l I'ruxK. Tu- TurHitay, March 14, fur' the 'I .'aren v nnU Hnrtuw.4iv liefendanl. ..11.... Nfl SH4.1.ft .
    yuur Inline Htarke., and behold whu chuuld ttth""tt' I. Meemn be new hi,.. .....,..I... lay we have $6.ik. Steve OlUfl'entered ; benefit of the Red 'ronn. llelieveme :\; for a gllmpne of her pernonalliy. |||> .:tt t'K" PI'HUli'ATItlMAM ,
    NUPPo"l I : None other than Lura C. t'umer In Halabrldne dellcloun, In nulleof I Her nleady boy friend, InSum
    i < r. lluinptun ur any I'errjiman our clanM. last! wvek.Ve too, they are > MITU-H Tt> AITKAH a
    " lulled,, staler*, that nnd Wayiie K. My. My! Didn'tviiow on bin way 10....... \ have l>egiin to make iso"'. polnia I I and i lallonliiK.I Tiy I them" witch hn In arouiul. Vlricliilutan't 8TATK; (IF' FI.OKIPA to: KernMllfe.
    ) .tu take juiit the ..HMentlalnf ..ouch.The. hltn..w changed to Wolven, Inc. ninny beautiful( 'ii liii| UK<.fill I Itlrdn I'. C:. lloltiemloif ri huller.Tilt but practically' I a.v..ona w hoSt her i I Kimith, Street. I'olumliun, Ohl.
    food and clothlnK and leavefininif Junlorn' lont a Junior the Three membem of the group that we lived to leant about them. tOni bet' tMioka HpiiKhettl.. Nile, hannpent I You are required I In appear on
    your ..ttchool even your .tiler day. To make u bug storysh..rtl.lyrle rallied Cooler Andernon sod Jerome K NK1\: 'II! hnmlredn nt hour. at tOe March 20th. 11144 In the ahevemimed
    ;, Is and everything that mean ( H. got marl led! J. thn other n ght. Their pantn Mr. MooreMinerva We ai'e, itlail. to have 1'1I1I.yVhlt.' ir.s <>., daneliiK, HliiKliiK' pisyiitgi.rldgo : ('otsri' nnd rauxe, wherein
    ifh'to you where would you Sap,. >u..l ran I him.... out whatVllly and nhjitn were tied. In knotn the and Jacqueline are ..ut' ney back rFt',,, llln I Sharliags, -Texan.. a od. whenever potmlble, list plaintiff I I stack dl"..'...... KradfordCounty F
    |..iu' wouldn't know where ex. Hrooka' mldele name la.tuuld .....rr.... pot turned up i In I the laftern'and nf ...',,10111; both huv chicken pox, Her father wait there on lstsfsat' Inir.! I'.veiy: :: y;: ar; she makea u :NewYear'n Telefraph. nliall tmbllnh. thin
    , u the endless roads, .. 1 t be Hilly ".......1. k meanuoiueU ..10...."I. mot.t fif the f<,"ni wuneaten We hope that will be the last rawej two weeks, We have n new pupil Urmllltloiv to 5*sat. ) eallnicand Drdnr, In next. four weekly Inniien; '
    a:''dJt"r'i.I... lIstening and Hilly ill tell yon all i and In general verythlnirwan Our room enjoyed the pony' ridS Jove U..ttrwo.d.) from Han Antonio' talklnir no miiub "but t continue !1 Wltnenn. my- hand, and official
    if for enemy planeii and for the renulta next. week.) lopny-lurvy. When they returned "','IolaV... "twnt U:t 40 for tide,,, Texan., Our lied, Crnnn drive IN S I.> vain welvlit and .ni nnd 1.seal at Stark. Florida thin Fclininrv .
    IljlHtllnK, III'II bOlUb.I" I surely wonder If Jean Adklnn from flNhliiic they: thought llopn his won I rut down our Heel comlim. : alonic "..II. Lest 1 FridayIV Ilk. a wound up vlclrola.! (,llllt.V. 14th.. 1444UFFICIA1 -
    ....old happea Here ...i> mnrplnie and Bobby buff hud, any words. bekH I that they had been robbed but < ',.OHH I'onlrlbiit l.iii. building had a White KUlihant : -- /M. II ( RKAI.) A. J. TlioniaaAn
    hut It w.*'f If i.nrrr > ney fouifht. Saw tieintuiuil- found out Hint they were only the ,,"I.. >ll iif In the hall; Jean won! HL'U- .. I Stv ' and Stewart Vandltlere. nlaa, .. .ftluey mnale .< Talla. FNirliln.'
    .. Hall..M.. a a d ...1... victim a practical Joke > 1111181) OR tin: MWMMM. : liiTlmm I'nriy 11 K. K. rerrvnmn, Stnike
    cue !. prlMuM. ....... tit ... nAY! would Ilk. to know who the guilty HlKKHWe oh by. tile I wny. havn.vou haiove. ,lira .r f..d.I_..'. I. .%.*-. Hid you all nee the lie-youtlftll. party wan* are Irainlntc a tri.up ofSprlntr heard, the one about < tenureWlnkler
    \\ .k. Inland ..d. everj"plaee red rone on Mra. Parkermin'n desk He neelnn' you In the next. mm KB. Km: .h day s.tiistins" urliiRlnir, peanutn' l 10 feed II 7.L: MT4MIIllaail I F
    , .( haole., are ..well Wednenday, ? Seems that Dot Fax- -8u..I. *. or .girl brIngs a liuncli, i>f vIolets I the White Elephant? I Uahtne Hla'r1111 born ut
    . "II'. fiance grave her nuino and she Kanter llllen for Sir.*. Thorn teacher. (riumptonVM, August II.I 1112ft. At
    I for HO they .J> .a> wln the ,. or our rn"in. $ ACOD
    " u\rr there.nix. . .,rouvht M r.. Patkernnn one l'2arh one 'Of IIM lit earnlnic, the : Idfll. I l,andriint and CleoriceWlnkler the: ago "f Nix: she ntarled toKchool !
    TJ.. all we are asked to do Kverytlme I nee filly Mllen and HONOR ROLL money we rive lit th.. Ited t'u'oes. repnrtern ul llainpton I and i-onilnued i :
    five an. niiu-h an poHnlhloAmerican Henry :U. I think of Hyd Abbott ":""I'y nOI'II""r em k child tells throiiith lli ninth gi'sdsgi'ndtiat' *
    olid Lou Oontellu. Yuu should! his 1 wlliwe Metal Rim 2-holn Feiforatoia -. liiK In I
    how he earned Tugs
    r Red Cr..HH, and money. ;
    ,: ._"d .k.tlIed. 121h ..r..... f I "- nlartt.d' to wchool at HUM: In I
    I will nee that wo don't have '-' had npace to tell you Home f> of all
    : red I Everyone eema tu John' Hall.. Phillip l.atxen. Oe ,eN the BtorlBH.l and office supplies the tenth RTitrie' the following vear.line .
    e UI. our homed, schont. lovJMH Ilk. red-and I dual blame them <'''K' I I. Wayne 8araent Lola Ule j kinds at Bradford County Tele- I I to her marrlure' to Hoy Ml arE '
    lie, rightIng and tmr for.lemocracy Come that lied ....It.. lien d........... nklrle.nvveaterM. "'III. :M III' y Ju Caldwell. Myrtle l- 'urn <;M 'I>H "I':\' '' of . Ala, on Jnly i. 1041, SALVE. .1
    mates. give anl"n. ete. and npeeklen of Dobbs, Mary Dilnkell Dorothy Fax Aim Warren'H -"",'II"n of (he 4U graph. she did not attend nchool the fol- "UABLtTJ. NOSEDIGPS. ,

    ]ne" CI-OMU will ceneroualy do the rent. red ...-........ .that eertnlnly le n KII, l.lyu; Hall,llasel I'hylllM I :."r'H Melverna en: --
    O f..C pretty one that Kathleen Jnddcurn I Vli-Klnln tait'eIl.
    -- .% ,aiuefur GlorIa L'ctuper.My Thornton, betty tlene: Wade, .
    : Thin younifer Keneratlon. ,I ICubyVaid. Uoberta VNhltfleld.lllh .
    .*aw :Maurice Kdwardn, Jr., and (..radeMack -
    lhxabelh. l.awnon at the nhowWednexday :,: Futch. 1'lillllp; Shiifoid.Merle .
    nlKht. Did you all K..t'' : tlrlder, KiiMtuce .Krlley, Horo-
    lJM TROUT .ELL RRA.L lome. O. K.? I thy Barnes. Oleeta tlreen, Frances.
    ; ESTATE Blrthdayn HKiiln. Luella Pavlnclehrated . ('.,11-), Hurbara Horna, Kline Johns, !
    " Rrentext .01.......... .. eonntry her 18th birthday Frl- :Mai I ,'Ian Jnhnn. Allana i Kelley Irene A'MESSAGE
    property line mnde over .Iay l night with a Mmply" nuperhparty. H'ruvatt. Lora .'....."... Ilorothy Cronby :
    Males of H.mee-Iarmu Saw lotn >t.. Bnyrm front all over 'he kIds there:, and everyone" xeemed lo Fulrcloth Stella hayes, Ida w -" '
    Free open HmlnaT.ISTUOUT lie having; a vwell time. Hear llohoOrewn :}fae Johnnon H I a it e I 1',, 'kh"I". '
    REALTY AGENCYRrpreaenled : wore out his (number 18 l.imlHe 1'arrlxh I* H II H y Iteddlxh, a !
    "*..,up.n) Hhoen walkings. :Munt be iJuruthy Hlverin, Clarice llonler..vitt ;
    quite a popular guy Oh Tlobo. t;railell Voters of Florida ::;
    MaT did yon all bear nbuut ,.,y lI11w.u.l.1. .a r V I" Mont. to the : F : .
    Locally by the. xpaithettl .iipl er' nt ItohertiiVhltilelda ir'>mery,, l.uclla I m Tin.Horothy I 1 'a,' : : .
    .. .
    \ Krldiiy nightS I'reeaul :Mutt. Seletta. .Spnrkn. Lila H ,
    [C. HOLIJNGSWORTH ..nM weretnken t.* keep. theapnchettl Caldwell. llaxwl Fleldn.: Kxthvr. =' Unit ' .: ', .,"." -
    116 S. Walnut St. t r n na breaklnar and -..i. >i.e--v I '"th Knight, .
    leek wan with ........ *b-but 01k Grade : ; 'If+
    ," you should have een Tlrailnla Marian Ill'own'-'fl.'IY': 'H,,, "". \: .' -'' Meeting in the City of Orlando recently, a group representing } i. ,

    a' business, the professions industry, agriculture -

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    1 women's clubs, chambers of commerce and,

    The MAN . I interests -discussed the grave problems that confront the state
    : ''I'. .i.

    3I.E We want you to Know/ "1',. '", '."' and nation as we approach' another election.

    ___ _ ..' F Feeling that the time has ccmo for the people to speak .' _

    JUDGE J. .OLLIEEDMUNDS' S' out clearly and emphatically as to their wishes concerning ,, :

    : ___ a .' "" .'. vital issues that confront all of us,. the following clear-cut 1d4f. .:

    "Declaration of Principles" was unanimously endorsed and is . 1"(: :

    I, herewith presented to the voters of this state for thoughtful .' J." '. ':Ji-. .: ,:: _

    ,', t : ;
    consideration. ,
    and serious
    r' II
    "" "!1" _

    " Candidate for the Office. of, d. t .. ; I 0 . '

    STATES .
    -. We Advocate: .. .; :' 1.:.

    from FLORIDA ., *. :wm. Whole-itcarted THE WAR cooperation of all the people of the REASONABLE 6 The/adoptlon TAXATION,of a. Nation- aJl1bAt will '. I .

    'J'"l. for personal enable-private Industry reoO ven.,peacetime lo
    / F ',r United Statts In winning this war j '
    ,, .' berty and pr..e. lng the fruits of victory. y operations and thereby provide Immediate employmentIn ,
    id the armed services: '
    for those now
    '. private1 Industry:
    r Faith in the intentions of our Federal Govern. '\of
    CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT .,_ or engaged in war production..

    ment is being'shattered; by the steady push toward . 'r., *' -.TTie.'ielWv: t
    I .,. Lm; Qovernttent Is created within the framework of the
    and of : .l/ ; IWNaUonal
    centralization: of government power. .' 2 Corutitutioa of the United State 7 Limitation upon the taxingpowefor
    J. OLLIE EDMUNDS C Government so as to restore) the .constitutional -
    of liiis democracy -
    The time has come when STATES RIGHTS functions of state and local government
    their loyalty to our\ime-honored, of the States, of the '. '
    must reassert The preservation the rights
    counT hen where such rights have been xpre. *
    our except
    .> Union
    time-tested principles of government < Federal Government by the Cotutl.tutlon Individual' initiative and self-reliance in agriculture, .
    the 8
    to .
    torn I in fliggsstonCeoriaI't j. I > 1903.' must be restored to the voters v ho are sly delegated of the United States; and the abolition of industry and in the pro/tsiions. Th. American ,
    while henation: tradition of individual freedonl and responsibility must..
    His Florida control.
    parents moved to Federal grants when predicated upon Federal !J
    01 at still an infant and he has retiuet! 'Its 1 .constitutional. rulers. be maintained regardleso of socialistic or paternalistic I

    in the since. SOUTHERN TRADITION trend which might promise, temporary security.
    state ever J. Ollie Edmunds is devoted to these principles *
    ,* Judge The recognition of the inherent right of the peopl GOVERNMENT: COMPETITION
    ; of government and to our American ideals 4- of the Southern States as well as the right of the _'-
    school until 14 he United States should
    Attended public years That the Government of't
    for these things and of ether sections of the United States to the 9
    to-work in of life. He will fight j people into business in
    of lose when he went up- and way. k their local. time-honored customs and not enter. directly or indirectly
    port of his' family, but continued his forthe constitutional rights of the citizens: : of Florida preset-ration traditions. of competition with private individuals, except in time of

    education by attending YMCA night United States Senator. war.
    school. Later entered Stetson Univer.' as our FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND COMPULSION
    oily and was graduated: from the Col. He is a man of strength and integrity' . of C The right of Individual free enterprise In labor and TEACH CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT1A educational

    Irae of Liberal Arts and the College of life. management without fear of Government reprisal; The introduction into the state em
    and long experience in public of an intensive course of instruction on the fundamentals .
    of Stetson ability .
    Law. Served ee president proved and the right to work without being compelled to pay -

    Alumni and is at present member of More\ important, I he U a plain! American: with .' S tribute to &n1ma" or organization. of constitutional government.

    .Board of Trustees of that institution.. normal American outlook 'Who wants our AmericanA

    * *
    preserved for future generations.
    A prominent citizen and civic worker. .

    lie won, in 1935 the United Slates Your belief in these traditional American principles Tear Out-Sign and Mail to1 .

    Junior Chamber of Commerce Award vote and supportof 'i' For the purpose; of widely publicizing these principles .
    be expressed your '
    for diitingnUhed! civic service in the : may statewide consideration and Florida 'Vot.r* for Constitutional Government

    of Jacksonville. lie is a member of of Judge Edmunds. and to encourage Orlando Florida

    the Baptist Church' the Masonic and SPEftKOVER discussion of the vital Issues with which they deal it 423 8. Orange Ave. P. O. :Box: 2409
    Llks.Lodges. HEAR JUDGE.
    / organization.Adopting .
    decided to set an
    was up
    THE RADIO Station Wl\IBR'' Gentlemen: I expect to register and vote in the coming; elections sad

    lie is married and has two children.: approve the Declaration of Principles as set forth fey .your

    7:15: to 7:30 p. m., Friday, March 17 the name: Florida Voters for Con.tUII.taUy organization and wisb to kasiat in this worthy effort.

    : . tional Government H. D. Keene, Winter Garden, was .
    COUPON.-- ,
    MAII.THIS ......
    Enclosed herewith remittance) of 9 ... .
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ as as named President; John D. Clark. Waverly lit Vic

    Friends of J. OLLIEEDMUNDS* \ President; Dr. Meredith Mallory, Orlando, 2nd Vic __ _as my contributions toward

    414-16 REALTY BUILDING, Please my active support and vote for President; Busch Kay, Tampa, Secretary, and E. T widely publicising; this program. i'

    jACKSorvux 2 FLORIDA. | county Senator from Flprida in .'
    Slates -
    ( Orlando Treasurer.
    J. OlJie Edmunds Lyle, ----

    Democratic Primary, May 2nd, 1944. I

    i the coming than Occupation ._ _ _ _ _ _ .
    1-, : Concerned with issues and policies

    .. . Signed..-.-- ..-------...-;-...- ..=...--.....- men or parties, this organization does not support or Address ____________________________ :F F

    .. .- I I any specific candidate for public office,. State

    -..-- oppose City. _ _ _ _ .Ud-

    Street or addrew...-.. or national but rather, presents a yardstick by which NOTE: PI.... tot it kits "IF fiirsil 1 whilltr its italrlftitt sr III I'' 'I ,f

    all may. be meuure..a.... _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    City orIPOLITICAt Towr.
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    av "IfIlO5 I Ijh
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    woodman his 'tongue IB just 'the right position i.1 I It'll have to wait till another time the check t . So long .

    SOCIETY and CLUBS Junior Club Circle managed to getaway . I . Right now I have to be off you In the next . Bt

    . Elects DelegatesThe Has InitiationSix Ralph believer that lie Is the and "work my block" for the Red: Carol,

    _. -. -- - ..-- -- . T first pilot to land in Japanese- II I Cross drive . Everyone seems )
    4 -- Junior Women's Club of initiates were carried held Burma and get, aWAY to live. to be coming through nobly- this Edward E. Thomas left
    -- n. ,
    : Col. Austin SpeakerAt Ladies AuxiliaryMet Starke held Its regular monthly through degrees in woodcraft at and tell ht; Je : . I year, and It should be a great week for''Navy service It IJ

    Club Tuesday meeting in the club building Wednesday an Impressive service of Starke source of satisfaction to think will be ,stationed at the Jackao..
    Womans Grove No 278 In. the Woodman that when' man'(be he husband vllle Naval Air Base.
    night, March 8, at 8 o' Quite a guy gathering out a:4 your A form,
    Col. Thos. A. Austin, Jr., Head Mrs K. Q. Duncan presided clock. The meeting was piesldtd, Circle Hall on Tuesday eveningof Fla. Power & Light headquarters ,. son or brother) gets! a Bradford, high student II
    of the 66th Regiment, a regular meeting of the Ladle over by Mrs. William Baggett, last week: 'Th 'guardian, Mrs. Tuesday night . Seems "one I Coca-Cola or a doughnut or a cup Thomas was employed at Call
    quarters at the Auxiliary of the Presbyterian, president Mae Green, presided at the meetIng of the boys"' had caught a fine ( of coffee overseas, it might, have Blanding. when he entered :
    the speaker
    was guest "
    'a: Woman's Club on Wednesday !! Church on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs II. C. Ritch President of and Miss Abble Holden FlorIda -I string of trout so the rest of the been your contribution that paid tervlce.

    afternoon of last week. His sub Business Included the reading of Starke Senior Women's Club gavea State Manager, assisted with gang decided to try out their nice I"
    " Ject was "Our 'Relationship to annual reports by officers and brief talk In which she told of the work new outdoor fireplace . Hear .
    Foreign Countries, and as pie ha committee chairmen and the donation the relationship between the Senior Following the Initiatory service, tell the fish was delicious, but WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE
    had wide experience in many of $5 to the Red Cross and Junior Clubs. She also the grove honored the memoryof particular hit of the evening was
    lands his address was most interesting War Fund discussed the new By-Laws adopt the late Mrs. Florence Emma the batch of'hush-puppies stirredup TIMBER DEPARTMENT'CONTAINER
    and tJ'uctive. Six new members were taken'I ed by the Senior Club and suggested Canova, by draping the Charter and filed to a turn by Zeta' CORPORATION OF' AMERICA

    The president, Mrs. H. C. Into the group and officers chosen that the Junior Club amend ,for this devoted'I member whose: Roberson (Mrs. J. O.) .' . King FERNANDINA FLA.

    Hitch, presided over the business for the ensuing year as follows: its present By-Lawsr. The death occurred in January. ApproprIate Henly consumed 12 of the pupa
    President -I President appointed Miss Luclle music Was furnished by by actual account and several '=
    session, and at this time the Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, I others did almost 'as well . ..... Ad .. ... _._ 1 l ..... _
    chairman of the Clean-u Campaign ; Miss Lucll Mitchell Vice !Mitchell, Mills Louise Snyder and Mrs. Maude Andrews accompanied >

    Mrs. L. A, Canov!, gavean President; Mis. W E. Boelter, Mrs. Fred Guy as a committee by the Colson Sisters and Among other members of the
    excellent ,teport., Under the Secretary; Mrs Wm.: Norris, 'to draw up new By-Laws. Mary Merseresu and Miss Amy ,FP&L, family enjoying this event Prompt Service Careful Drivers
    were H. N. Fairbanks! Oscar Rob-
    head of new business the subject Treasurer Miss Sara Poythress was. nomInated -
    limits as Corresponding Secretary Moore, spoke touchingly, of Mrs erson, the V. B. Harrells and Mr.I
    of a park inside the city Committee chairmen will be '
    was discusser. It Is felt that a Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, Social Education of the Club. Canova. and Mrs, George Counce of Waldo I' Starfce Taxi
    -- The names of Miss Ruth Jones, ,
    park where children could play, ; Mrs Jeanette Young Literature Miss Holden then addressed the t 1

    have picnics, etc., would be a ; Mrs.. R. F. Clark, Stew- Miss Sara Barefoot and Miss Mae group, 'explaining the work cf Lots else to tell you but guess t
    worthwhile improvement. Mr*. J. Chandler, Herlon/ were presented to the
    ardshlp; Mrs. W. the Woodman Circle) in War BonJ
    L. H. Jennings was appointed National Missions and Overseas club as protective new membeis. Phone 150 I
    sales after which Miss ,
    The Golden Jubilee Convention land
    chairman of a committee to see I
    Mrs. M. C. MJayhuih: I '
    what could be done to brlllcl Hospitals; to be held In Tampa this spring I Amy I Moore, was7'presented' .with ELECTW. J .
    Flowers; Mrs Charles Allen, Finance was discussed and the club nom : and Miss' Holden
    ; Mrs W A. Bonham andMrs. !inated Mr Baggett and Mrs +'I a with birthday gift of from Day Night
    a gift appreciation
    want T. N. Kendrick,Manse;.Mrs. Vernon Silcox as delegates.' Miss the Grove. M. (MITCH) I .L .LA.. .. UI LA .LA 'LA ....... NOl_ ._ .
    On .
    you .. ...... V" a. of.. John, Church! Servlca Thomson Fran Oppermnn were nominated and Mrs William as al I I The meeting was then turned -

    Center; Mrs. K. G. Duncan, ternates. over to members of the social EDWARDSYour\ SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS

    job like this? Membership and Mrs. C. F. Ward, It was unanimously agreed by committee who served home mad STEAKS CHOPS
    a -
    Publicity.The the Club to have the term of office cake and coffee to the group .

    WANT A Job where every hour next meeting of the auxiliary I two years rather than 'one I I If DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI
    will be held with Mrs. M C. year as In the past WSCS To Meet
    work 'Ix an hour that helps ?
    you Mayhugh. ... The PresIdent then called for TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES: :
    win the war? County JudgeA ,
    Methodist WSCS Circles will
    Annual reports o f comml/teu
    Want a Jcib'tliat given you a DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
    skill, about this much needed impiove-. chairmen after which the meetingwas meet Monday afternoon, March
    'increase or
    ment. adjourned. 20, at 3:30: o'clock' the Methodist .. .., .
    learn a new one? A Job thatghea 6 .1
    Delegates were elected to attend .Mrs.:" Baggett and Miss .Opper-- church. Business and program -
    friends you? new experience new the state convention which man, hostesses for the .evening:, : meeting.: Chcle Number BRADFORD COUNTY ...tA.. & A LUNCHEONETTE

    Then join' die Women's Army will be held la Tampa on April nerved delicious"J'etreshm'nt. to. ,One will' have charge' of .the pro.' '24-Hour Service> .. '
    Corps ,and take over' a vital Job 10, 12 and 13.. Delegates are :Mr*.' those present.. giani.' "MAN WHO IIASSERVED

    In the,,",rmy. II; C. Hitch Mrs. O. L. Beasley; .___._.________--- _- _- _---- -- -.. > YOU IN" In ,Park Theatre Bldg. Starke ..Floridat'
    For;,full ilrtail. about,..tlie alternates, Mrs. C.' A. Knight; :
    WAC, 'apply at any V. 1 rmy Mrs A. Z. Adklns. V . :SC\NV: WAYS AND. .
    :. \ .- ..' "
    Rel'ruutnc Station... Or l..wrljfl:, During the social half : EVERY BRANCH
    The Adjutant General.;. 44ti tempting ,refreshments were, ,erv- KNOWS THE PROIJ-; I' l OF.l. ( : :
    Munitions Blilg.,- Washington{ .' ell by the hostesses who.were 'I, V1aV _"ji'.';;.'.".,. .
    25, D. C: (Women In essential Mrs. Chas Allen MoJ.". '3.W.\ __. ._.__. I LEMS OF OUR PEO- i. 1r
    ---------------------- ,j ;
    war Industry must.have' release iiownlee, Mrs. Ellery M: Davis, ; !l w. '
    Snooping' a r o und "'ainu-t St. that he braved a whole afternoon PLE: . !
    from their employer or the U.S.Employment Jrs. Lemuel Colson, Mrs. J. L. hiurance :-. ,
    ,Wednesday night, the strains of of When chatter"-'to play with : :
    Service.) Thorn Mrs. A. W. Anderson; Mrs
    a '. .. _. D. E. Knight. V sweet music tickled my ear drums members of his mother's club ,. 6 I ,. ,. .
    and what should I find In progress during his visit here last week- -' "
    ', at the Woman's Club but end . Seems to me he should,
    one of those always enjoyable Jr rate a citation for bravery Just

    ELECTM. Club dances Glimpsed John ;on the strength of that! . Tip H. C* WALL
    Anderson following in the footsteps to honey lovers: there's a bee hive ,FAIR

    L. JOHNS of his brother, A. W. (now full of they luscious stuff In a
    overseas) and furnishing music big tree In'front of the O. J. HE WILL GIVE YOU Agency d

    1 << SHERIFF for dancing feet via a p. a. sys- Griffin house on Walnut St. . AN EFFICIENT AND !
    W tem . "A pretty girl Is like amelody"
    -or so the songamithssayand
    Ralph' Rhode writes home that
    .. surely one of the pret- i
    ---- lie was sent on a mission recentlyto I

    HE WILL MAKE YOU A CAPABLE tiest"deep was puiple"Jacqueline silk Andrews crepe :with in divebomb supplies to another (Paid Political Ad,..), ;V Please Phone 146
    pilot, shot down oyer Burma .,>. .-. ....
    ;I FEARLESS; IM P A R' Jewel-studded cummerbund., her:After the Job was finished he
    blond hair Just touching her shoulders I,suddenly realized that there _________m

    " TIAL & HONEST SHERIFF. , 2.. i;wasn't enough gas !In his plane!!

    .t to get back to the base, so It
    Lt mid Mis. Robert. Birch, of i looked like a forced landing In Musical
    Our Need Instrumentson
    Your Vote & Support Appreciated Atlanta and Bland Ing, comprising i enemy territory! .. Luckily:!, Boys
    the only marrieds at the dance, however, he spotted a tiny
    seem to be particular favorites of Chinese air field that looked just'

    the singletons ," . Mrs B. looked large enough to land on but cer- the Battlefront and in
    ELECT fetching in brown. crepe, accented tainly not big enough to take o*' CampYou
    SERVICE MEN with crisp white ruchlng. her upswept from , He made the landing,
    hair adding much to her I II all and, holding
    got gassed up by
    VV 1 And WOMEN It I piquant charm . Exploding tin I! can help send them this easy way.

    ,"morning after" let-down theory, That forgotten musical instrument In your storeroom Is wanted/' Some boy In uniform,
    Fran Peek looked
    ACT NOW fresh-as-palnt ELECTGEORGE
    Thursday morn sitting before her halfway 'round the world Is asking for It now. Harmonicas, accordions,ocarinas,flutes,

    typewriter in cheery green and bazookas. In cooperation with the United Mates Government we have worked out a
    white checked gingham with hark. '
    l Preserve the Freedom for back-to-halnlbbon-days charm . plan to speed these gifts on to their destinations without trouble or expense to you.

    }; t which you FIGHT t-J 1 i With it she wore a chipper grosgrain All you have to do is' deliver them to your neighborhood Coca-Cola dealer.-We'll

    " fjIf ', belt and flatasFlorldasandals .do the rest. Here' how it works isr .

    Write today to Secretory of State, 1 In St. Patrick's green. ", . VV. J'vf A of freshness t
    ! picture { .
    c .I'i'.
    Tallahassee, for your ballot R ? _,

    .; I. . .
    Orchiila (three of 'em' ) came' to:

    1 f FRANK D. UPCHURCH Margaret (Pearce) Smyth, OurTown's .. .......... t' ,,sa..raY
    { FR A N K D. newest mother, from her : "" .;::, _

    j UP C" U R C n First on hit program-Yeterant husband. Major Eugene Smyth, in .
    celebration of the arrival of Sally
    GOVERNOR ME IS A VETERAN Smyth, their seven poundplusbaby ': .

    daughter last week . .
    Hear' the Major got down from
    I' .I _I. .. '" ,. Camp Plckett, Va., to see Sally ( 0 ,

    when'she was' three' days old .< "* ,, ... .......-
    Add similes: As odorlferious' a! .
    ; Sanford Rltch's cigars! Understand ,

    the Air Corps has takena 1 You take"your Instrument to your nearest
    lease on Bryan Harrell . 7 Coca-Cola dealer.
    Seems he's passed everything and i

    now awaits the call , Glimpsed j

    Mrs I. W. Feagle tother day B.. ... t\ .. ..
    proudly exhibiting a 4 oz. egg -, I j.,; .

    t produced by an 8-months-old pullet F'INI N .
    : if I ? .
    YourSUPERI"JTENDENT 2 The Coca-Cola truck picks it up and

    sends it to the U. S. Government.
    you over a snackat :
    the Snack Bar yet? . The
    'You Can Wear OF PUBLIC
    menus really have that "different"'

    Army-tailored Forestry GreenSLACKS quality and I particularly go for INSTRUCTION
    their crisp green salads and the

    sour cream with vegetables' , CapableEfficient
    Once a bridge fiend, always a
    bridge fiend: Hear Capt. Sam I Trustworthy

    Sternberg loves the game so well I

    ______ K
    6--.. _
    t - -a- ______..
    For Sports and Dress .

    J i Ideal for Summer Wear RE-ELECT TO CONGRESS EMORY H. PRICE 3 They send it to the boys In camp and

    oversea. idma

    When in the district during the short

    f $4.95Regular ecess last summer many said,

    "Emory, this is the first time a Con..

    pressman ever visited his district while
    $8.95 Value a+p he was not running for re-election." ,.

    ;x During most of this campaign I will :t t
    t ''tf ; ,...- .' be'on the job here in Washington because ,:. ,. ,iJ.-

    " 1 ')eore of Congress.If important. measures coming 4 fry.Your Thank gift brings you. tome lonely soldier Don't delay, Dig..out all your old, musicalInstruments "

    The STAG my record and efforts meet with today and start them on their

    four approval vote for me and ask Journey to our homesick fighting men.
    our friends to do likewise.

    , 137 W. Call Street a BOTTLING CO.f"1'f .
    Congressman Second District

    iI I 4 4 ; ,:..:aa'. ,.I' t." ""'.'. ... ", .. .o ...o-.u-' '" _.... . .' ': tV ., .. ,_ ..'.. Y' .,.
    Ia 0.'I ......-

    n. ...... . .
    .>I.'RCII BRADFORD CouNTY''rEIzGR P.1. STAR.U'.. .......,;.
    -n .
    "011: revr' :;
    , Local News 1st Class) Petty Officer George Pvt. 'Herbert Green. who ha
    of Mrs and :Mrs. Glen G.
    Seating Mrs.Laura Johns .
    s ========ls= ss' If. Inman who has been receiving just completed Marine boot training and their three .daughters of home Wednesday from Jacksonville turned t. -------- .-'- -----. -, -- ...... .

    'rBoklJn Wilson of Camp Seabee training: at Camp Peary, at Parris Island, S. C., has Jacksonville: were recent guests where she visited her grand FUNERAL DIRECTOR
    with, Va., spent several enjoyed a furlough here with his of Mr. and Mrs J. 1 Anderson daughter, Mrs. lit >l lrur *....
    Ga, spent Sunday days at hits R. W. McGuire 1011.' EaiMTtenr Taken: It tl>,le lor Mr to Kcmlrr
    ."nr. Z. W. Street. home here last week. Green.T.parent.!, Mr. and Mra. Adam Mrs. G. B. Flynn Mia Glen and nieces Mrs. Herbert Dahl hi- ,.'IC'Ir.s'r. PKOMPT: and IIIURFOUS) $ \ 111IOIIIrcA'fR
    Wood and Miss Evelyn Hall spent and Miu Joe Braden I :\ : HKIIM: _
    L. Hamiter, formerly eraployed the week-end In Dothan Ala., Mr. and Mia. Eriol Alvarez: I
    ; as a teller at the Florida where they vUlted George; Flynn spent the week-end in Jackson- DeWlTT C. JONES
    NAT SEZ: Bank at Stnrke, IB spending a Jr., who is recelvIpg':"-pilot tialn- villa visiting their daughter, !Mrs. | Smrke, Italia
    r I brief furlough at his home in lag at Napier Field.L R.V !McGuire and Mr. Alvarez' ;0.-_.___ __,_._____ ...;..__,____
    v Look to ni- like some of ui Waldo before starting active duty Mrs Irene John spent the mother Mrs. W. M. Yokuni.
    good Americans are worrying with the Navy. weekendslih ielatlve
    in Mayo Nt'I"prlnJt coats. for
    w ii mote over who's gonna win the Dress"' up for Easter. New Mrs. C. 1.... Robinson and daughter at ella'n Dress. Easter
    // November" election than who's Slioppe.Lt. A WAR VETERAN HASA
    Sprll11."e" have
    and Jane
    : 4 gonna win tint war. Seam. to me Drew hags nt I/ella'd from a week's returned C: L. hill of Ft. Bennlnx.GA .
    Shoppe. visit with relntlvea -
    we'\e got the wrong Idea. I really in ., will spend the week-end here'
    can't make Aviation Student Arch Thomas Tampa. with his wife Mrs. Hill,
    ( myself believe that and
    Mi's, N. W. RIGHT TO ASK
    four year4 'of \Vlllkle or Deweyor Jr., of Hendilcks Field Sebrlnff, week with Bradley spent last mother-in-law Mrs. Bertha
    relative in
    spent a few hours with Tampa
    four more years of Roosevelt recently Pearre. Upon returning Sunday,
    Mrc. C. H. Milgate
    his parents Mr. and Writ.A., J. of St. Petersburg he will be
    will be quite se brut as a lifetime kccompunled by Mrs
    of HltU-r. Let's worry a little I Thomas. Young Arch receivedhis uncle spent and the aunt week-end Mr. with her Hill, who has .spent several dayshel'e H.', too busy new flflMir the war for
    basic and Mra.
    training at Miami Beach to about But
    post war jobs.
    less about the election and a little with her you worry
    W. O. mother
    more about the I a'nd expects another transfer Halle. ht'll h.v. A MIGHT TO ASK when h_
    war. i
    iI iI within the next few days, to an- Ben Suslow. popularly known ..etur"s. what VOU'VE don about It. Sen
    I' other field for mote advanced 'aa "The Old Sarge". spent last t>COI-HflT"NTV, t'ol ltT It'" UFetl' 11. Ernest!: R. Crahim. World W.r I veteran,
    I J i training week at his army store here. IKK1.. FLUNIn11 1% t H.a\ knows we MUST provide .work E ptrUenctd
    I Mr. Suslow also operates Not e i4iti ofnky, AIM| known MM !Sol at a rmtr-bui'ne' mn h. .knows
    I r Jut arrlnl: New shipment of a StOI'oIIn / M) ; '' Gage hats for Easter at 1-clla's Alexandria La., and spend Alxi Known as KIlllHii Hoot
    9ou4 ? eb : much of his time there .S>'il'* li--nilnnl. fiixit ;Nil 211M.
    v,4aeal Shoppy. few onnicu OK I'I'ltl.n'I'IIN: '-- Elect
    I Sptlng coats for EiiKterat AM) NOTM-H "'Al'l-HAIt
    I .. ellu'N Dress Sltoppn.Mrs. 8TATI3. OK Fl.Oltinv t... l.llllun
    l I I lt<.ot I'Ihl..hky, HIHO. kon vII HM ERNEST II. GRAIIAM
    ) FROM FATIGUE I Irll Albeit Fazzlna has returned Mr... 1.IIII..n 1 ttoot S\"de, 1U4 Ininh. .
    ELECTJ. I to her home n, ,Gainesvilleafter ton tlcHoh Avenue.. Hrooklyn. New
    Tcirk. he 1.1.- FLORIDA GOVERNOR
    I ; beingill for some time in
    are rpiiulrnl to .
    [ I the Alachua County'Hoapltal. She April\ IUh,. 1 ntim-on Pskl PoUllnl Aot.,
    t ; Wgti A. FILLYAW ed ('Dort and IMIIHhrrpln ilnln-
    will be
    e- Si' remembered here as Miss tiff M.e\\c. dlvnli, Bradford 1'oanty
    I Betty Cooey a former employeat "..I"II"'I.h| vhiill publish 111 In Oicl.r etVr'
    I p ..
    III "" .t four \' .klv| $tHMIICKWltn .
    lie Starke
    Beauty Shop. ..Kn my head nod t offlrlnlHI I
    ;; SHOES FOIl Mrs. Tessle Mullolland has returned >.1| at Staike! Kl'I"I'hl"l l thin Muiclt'II l From \vlicre I sit,
    MEN ''h 1144fPK"tf'TAt. .
    J to her home in New Yolk "V.*I.> .\. J. Thorns,
    'City after spending: six; week! A.. f'1..k of nalilWiillvr ,'nlrrt 1 '
    S- hero with her brother and sister- C'. JlnrilBly. Dnvlniia rViifh, -
    ,Hits of the "footparade,"dime yrr in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shnf- Kin. Attv. for. 1'lf. 3-17 It .4-U I b..r Joe Marsh": .

    3;?! Velvet Steps . Their expert kin. She spent home time In --------- t
    Miami while In this AZALEASCEN
    vicinity.. Mrs
    craftsmanship of fi.eM quality
    Louis Ashen, who has also been
    material give them long life . J a guest In the Shafkln home for You hoar a lot of talk about morale an occnslonal reft ...lng glass bf
    Their; built-in comfort features the past three months, left Thursday U I N EINDIAN these days .. but have you beer with friends. '
    : to. return to New York aftervlyXing found who knew
    / many people
    : Prom h..e.1 .It. If
    give: your feet t ne ease and rest r her husband Pvt. Louis FORMOSA exactly what "ra ? we
    yple"wai: "
    7p Cairo
    ) to "preserve ihene little
    .. deserve Afwen who is stationed at Camp 0
    they yicnly They're Blanding. Well I was thumbing through friendly thing that boost morale 101-11. Carrie RltrhH-ln' Atlanta, my scrap book the other day, well be doing lot to help''
    IMPORTED: STOCK and I came on this I'd like
    J Ga.. visiting'her' Thomas verse our country In Its time of crisis.

    : .r Ritch. -,. wha--- .-f.-. A- lion-..-.,11.1... ..yy'.."..G.....", DEEP LAVENDERS : to pass on to you... And well boost\nor.!.among
    $7.9S' TO 9FKKTI'HICK : It'B the lift you set tram a MrmOlt soldiers
    Z ''r r at Emory University .. our at the front too. He-,
    : 1'/:J' ,.Mr. end ,Mra" T. A, Hunt returned REASONABLEIlE1.VEDERE A t:eeamS new hat I. a tumult My1.... cause It's these"Important little
    last week from Bryan A tester from ham.that taw po.... things" that they. look forward
    n'an bring
    Texas where they'vlMted their Moral la:i lo*,;i little tW..a.Isn't to returning to. -
    .. lion and daughter.I Jllw. Lt. PaulJ. AZALEA
    NOTE -
    THlSEposs. It zest Morale to just a lot of
    Hunt and Mm., Hunt. Before Gardens & ,NurseryJ. ", little .l'1 i
    her marriage. last Fall things. A flower In your 80e rlf.Alt.Jl{
    Mis. Hunt ,
    For .
    was MN Rebecca Rooks of S. Collin. Prop. button hole, a word of greeUng
    Gainesville. .
    ConstableDistrict l>. O. "'aMo, Fla.
    M '. mid Mrs L. W. Koch. MIH.Paul .
    I av..Mat + Hudgtrm and little dau htel"I'| ,._____._n__._.._._..: No. 78 of a Series eop// r.1, 1944, BrmiHf Induttry FouiulatwmV
    % (lea..tll PI... One Kay are spending this ;j ._--"-;;; _..... Tl'a11t.R1
    a.L ...a .
    H H. Stioman, who I lit employed .

    YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT In clerical work, in the ship-
    yards la Jacksonville, spent the
    WILL BE APPRECIATED week-end here with, his mother
    MI'a.V.. S. Stroman and sinter
    iterntoerg's Mia S. S. DowIng) v .

    ,(Paid Political Adv.) Mrs. B. Jacobs left today for
    Jacksonville where'she will spend
    a few days with her daughter,
    '" .. Mrs D. E. Williams., :
    ., Drrnn'' up for Renter' New I

    I Spring dreMPM and lags ill Lell.i'H,
    Dress Shoppe. I

    Sgt. Chester E Moody arrived i
    EW HOUSES home Tuesday of last week having
    received a medical discharge
    from the army after,serving In a ;!rAp
    Television Unit for the past 27

    months. Moody, who was stationed -
    AT in Canada, spent the past
    :5 months In Percy, Jones General
    Hospital In Battle Creek, Mich.
    Mrs' Effie Johns and sister. I
    KINGSLEY VILLAGEQR Mrit. Carrie Smith Mrs. Dalton
    Carter and Mr. andnJtrs. Panlsli

    I recently visited Mj,. Ca\ter; who "
    lit In a Jackllonvllle"'Hoepltal.Mr. '.
    .. and Mr. W. L. Edwardsand ,.i't. .

    SALE daughter\, Fredrlka.. and Mis." .;)', '." :"11; ,
    Frank G. Bauknlght all of Jacksonville . f7rr I 1 ,
    and Mrt end"Mrs. W. w: Jt 1 ,r }. r

    -,. .It" .', Page and omv Billy: and'.Martin I :
    -_ .s of Lake City spent the week-end

    .. here with Mra. W. }i. Struth and .' ,
    re +'"er
    Mini Kate Struth y r r
    f Np
    V. B. Harrell whorls employedby ,

    Would aLike To Own A New the Florida Power & LightCO.
    .. in Miami ix spending several
    days with his familyjhei; 'e.

    ___ I greatest postwar duty will be jobs for
    Your Work? 0------ .e
    House Near .
    : AlERICA'S service men and women . and. :'

    . for disabled veteran t \it

    Would You Like To Buy It With REELECTW ", Only by planning now can we unfailingly pay:,our. a. ..

    debt to those who have been disabled in our naticn's. '"

    B. (BABE) I defense. They must be given the opportunity to worlkas f '

    A Small Down Payment And f ably as non'handicapped persons.

    .' DOUGL-AS'S I 'Ie ,. :a They must know that jobs will awaitthem on completion .

    Small Monthly Payments? .,.. of rehabilitation training. .full time full wgejobs

    AS ., : r't in surroundings where they will find health happiness, -

    4 I 'I. .' . J; self-respect and a sense of achievement. This knowledge
    : "J I, will mental
    _: promote serenity and speed their recovery.

    '.ii ',j Florida is fortunate in being able to show America

    ..' ,And With As Little As' ,<:' I the way and at once begin the placement handicapped

    'I,' Continue to profit: from ,.,;. ,:, /M veterans in the development of her unrivaled natural

    t ....,. r resources-sunshine, rainfall and fertility.
    the services of_a public .... .
    DOWNSEE In the United States Sugar for
    Corporation's plans
    $300 servant of.proven ability, ,
    ; "
    ., .,.,, immediate and future expansion we stand committed to
    experience, integrity/ anda .
    our share of this worthwhile effort. We invite all

    desire to. be of, serviceto employers to join us in creating opportunities,. for .

    the public and his fellow handicapped veterans Communicate :r '

    citizens Ilia( decisions vicTORY with State Headquarters or the ..

    have been based Washington office of the Veterans' ""

    upon evidence* and' n he. HUY.n".. Administration or your local posts

    W. T. CLUTE ,. aHi of veterans' organizations.UNITED .

    will that continue policy. to. follow L srwn 1M. t:


    Political advertisement paidor

    119 East Call St. St rke, Fla. by friend", of Mr. Douglass) STATES SUGAR CORPORATION




    FRIDAY, \L\RCHiT ..



    4' '.. SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY Order In next four weekly InxueM.Wltnena iv incur UIIIT, IIlt"o--,

    --- my hand and official roI'VTY' .1.Ulln.\1 '
    and peal at Sturke!! Florida, this March (.t.IIV. If lpt
    Realism Fantasy MingleIn ith. 1944.IOYFICIAI.. Anna
    BLANDING SHOPPINGAND S12AM:: A. J. Thomas IfXirjr jfrleda Urlrnamann' PIUlol
    FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP An Clerk of said Court. dm va. No. 2066.OIMJKH 4triiis4laon. u..rood,

    "Guv Named Joe" Florida RECREATIONAL CENTERIng William Fla. Atty.D.for Morgan-Plf. Jackaonvllle.S-10 4t 3-31 AND NOTICE OP PUBLIt'ATIOn APPliAlt:,

    --- --01 I _. IV rlHCtlT: fOI'HT. HlltnFORU STATE OK FLORIDA to u,
    Orlmanmnn whose .
    FOOD ('01.'%''''', FI.OIIII', l.V CMA.MKHV. : r '> i I It
    "A ouy Named Joe" which vihl l of realism and fantasy guaranteed <' 1k: ia.O' B. 300, :BlMmm.i, C J",
    the natural beauties of that Plaintiff,
    Camp Chaplains, Mary Frances Horne va.
    be shown at the Florida Theatre toplease all movie audiences. the Camp Diner William Clinton Home L>ef ndant. You. are required, to
    Saturday midnight Sunday, and In the ", Ii'. Force any pilot .to "a part of the country across Starke Ministers Case No. 2974.OKDEH April 10th., 1944. In JB the(*"',
    Aegean Sea from Greece In which Come And Get ItFrank's OFf PtJBLICATlON named. Court and cause. tFs"
    Is mellow and differ named and la the film, she
    Monday a ? guy Joe : plaintiff seeks "
    she lived for several Fine }'oods"IUy.s and ,
    ent romance a delightful mixture both Spencer Tracy and Irene years. Enjoy 'Meeting STATE] OF FLORIDA to: William of Children. Bradford 1C o Si"TeleBiupri
    Following Mrs. Brown's talk PlaceMilligan's Clinton HO..t Co. C. lit Bn. Fort shall publish
    are pilots. thl.O'j
    Dunne ,
    Who'co-star Mm. A. S. Dumler Mrs. Jack Fred Barnett of the Florida Cooperative Crook, Nebraska.Monday In next four weekly Itmue..
    Tracy Is cast as a ,daredevil ] April 10th. 1944. In the Wltnciis, my hand
    and foolhiir'dy pilot whoM exploits Ehea, and Mrs. R. J. Sleeter wets Commi 11 e e was the above named Court and oauae, .*.al at Starke. Florida and Ihl,nm.
    v awarded gold U.S.O. pins In rec- Park Cafe speaker at the meeting of the wherein plaintiff seeks divorce 2..d.. 1944.I yti
    are the.cUspalr of Ma'rsuperior; Bradford County Telegraph shall
    off leers',a/id the adorabje FerryCommandpUot ognition of the contribution by Snack Bar Protestant Chaplains of Camp publish thin Order In- next four I An OFFICIAL.Clerk of HEAL said)Court A.f l Thll
    ? service. The and'the weekly laauea.WltneHH .
    each of 50 hours of Blaadlng Ministers of
    who Idves him Maude's Place my hand and official' William D. :Morgan Jaek.oOrli
    Arrived played by'.Mtse Dunne. '. Sensing committee members who plannedand Starke when they with i theirwives neal at Starke. Florida thl. March Flu. Atty. for ,Pit. S-K ?, ,,
    Just .
    the luncheon the Rth. 19ft.IOI"FICIAt.
    prepared were entertained by
    that his ,number Is up ,she begs GIFTSGislain's 8KAIO A. J. Thomas
    New Shell him to return ,to the States with Geneva PInkerman, Dorothy Starke Baptist Church last week. An Clerk of said Court.T. .
    an'lna'tructor. Hickey Erma Mile. Ida Sch- Twenty-five persons were In at Frank andrum, Btarke.! Florida
    her aa ,,! He accedes
    Atty. for Plf. 3-10 4t .8.31:
    warts and Jacalou Cline were tendance.At .
    JewelryIncluding but'In a last reckless fling he Is The Stag
    ,killed bombfng an enemy carrier. given a vote of thanks. the morning meeting Rev. IV 'IIIt'.r r-OL'KT. BRADFORD

    He fnd| ,himself in a strange I' Miss Madge Middleton presided Wonder Gift Shop A. R. Light foot presided; at the fOIINTY.CKKY.: FI.OIIIUAl IV .CN.tN-:

    Sets place--pilots' "heaven." There he' at the meeting of the operating Bradford Photo Shop noon meeting Julius L. Thorn, i H'a..1 l Jackson Holder, Plaintiff, va

    Kiddie Is taken''' to-'the "General" playedby committee on Tuesday. March 7. USO Director pres Ide d. Rev. Case Marshall No. 2977.OHDEIt David. Holder, Defendant ,

    Lionel:.Da\rrymore\ and learns Other members present were Mr. MILITARYSUPPLIES George C. Powell- President of OF PUBLICATION

    that plloflr.1\, \ ,ver die, they live on H. C. Rltch Mrs. William Thom the Starke Ministerial Alliance AND NOTICE TO APPRARBTATE '
    "' OF FLORIDA to: :Mar.:
    In spirit 'helping younger pilotsto son and Mrs. T.: H. Oaborne as told of the Easter and Lenten r'W..I?avid n.HOld.r whose residence! !

    master'Their craft. Tracy U well as Miss Sara Reed director plans of the Starke churches. 1
    The Stag You required to
    i I assigned i'16' guide Van Johnson/a' of the club. After reviewing the Those attending this meetingwere April 10th.are 1944 In the appear'on above

    bright iihg Joe just learning to functions and responsibilities of Gislain'sPHOTOGRAPHY named! Court and cause, wherein
    i YQ ; : Chaplain and Mrs James C plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden
    Florida Shell I'fly. With the aid of his ,unseen the committee as outlined by the Richardson Chaplain Ernest R. name restored Bradford fhurity Here you may choose
    'becomes U.S.O. division of the National Telegraph. shall publish thin Ord,',' from
    mentor,-,Johnson a proficient Aimatron Chaplain Doster C. attractive -IectIoni<<
    Lamps ,flyer and under his Influence I|I Board of the YWCA,' the members Vincent, Chaplain and MVs. Lem In next four my weeklylssues.Witness hand l and official of

    -bflglps,. to assume his decided to assume greater' responsibility Bradford Photo Shop uel T Fagan, Chaplain and Mrs.B. seal at Ktarke' ., Florida, this Marcn8th
    1944. t
    Penny Banks characteristics I for the operation) of {- M. Montgomery Chaplain and OFFICIAL: SEAL) At J. Thomaa RingsLapel

    AI '" 'Wten, Johnson Is assigned to the Starke unit assigning to THEATRES'Florida Mrs; Gordon R. Bell Chaplain As Clerk of said Court.
    themselves the duties T.' Frank Landrum), Starke. Florida .
    .11 1 'active duly In New Guinea Tracy following : James S. Timberlake Rev. andMru. Atty. for Pit. J-10 4t ,'-3l Pins

    rays r goes:along "and wat hes his young Miss Madge Mlddleton<:hal.-- j* A. ,E. L4ghtfootK; Rev. and

    4, ctiarg !ineet:' In love with man Ritz Sirs. Geo. C. Powell Rev. Fred ....NecklacesBracelets

    6c / x Ml.Dunnewho: Is on duty lathe Mrs. William Tho mson-Pro- Yerkea, Rev. Charles H. Allen ,
    .svea.B' ;.She ,tees the same gram. and Mr. and Mrs. Julius L. Thorn.

    P:: things In JohrUoo that she had Mrs. H. T. Rltch-Co-Chairman TAVERNSMilligan's The next meeting will be held HOME *. '

    loved In Tra y, and falls -In> love and Finance Chairman.Mrs. at Camp Blanding on Thursday AT '

    r again with ...the'youn4'.t..'. Atllret'TI'acy T. II. Oaborne- Secretary. April 13 at 10:30 a. m. when Earrings

    resents this but after Mrs. N a t Sternberg-Hostess. Chaplain Lemuel T: Fagan will

    Pine NeedleS A thrilling climax realizes It U Chairman. Maude's Place be chairman.feet KITTY'SPLACE CompactsAnd

    rr for the! best and'.thel'only? ,way' all
    Trays followed concerning the nature of . to point of beginningthenue,
    three of them can be happy. Program DirectorIs run South 89 degrees and 40 mln- may we also

    With Spencer Tracy ai the .daredevil God. The topic for the meeting utea West. 24.4: feet thence run Suggest
    H Complete that TransferredS. ,1 of the group next Tuesday at 10 North 875 feet thence run We.t
    pilot delivers a performance' ,
    N Shell Collection With his Academy II_,, _Iwill n. __n_ h_._. "VLV.___. Viollov__" _'_ <._n. _amoral 710 feet.30 minutes thence run East South 875 1 feet decree ,
    ranks favorably L. Johnson who has beenMen'lI thence Reed Purses
    unIverse. run Kant' 694 feet, thencerun
    Award winners "of"the 'past and Program Director of the South 204.3 feet to right of 223 Temple Ave.

    creates a character that will livelong USO Club, Temple and Washington The Tuesday discussion group way of State Highway No.: 13,
    thence run North 60 Religious Lamps
    degreed and
    9 999B rAt with moviegoers. Miss Dunne, Sts., since June 14, 1943 hat led by Mrs G., L., Cline and Mrs. 24 minute Kant along; said State WE SPECIALIZE IN
    lovelier than ever, stands out in Highway No. 13, 310.5 feet to
    chosen to be the Director of J. A. Fauaett decided that an international point of Mexican
    beginning lying and
    her' part.Army. the USO Club operated by the I police force was nec- ..jlitlngIn SE',< of NE', tit said
    Y.M.C.A. at St. Augustine. This Section and' containing: 11.56 acre,, CHOPS-
    The "New" essary to world! peace but that more or lean: Stuffed Animals
    Wives Hear, comes as a deserved ;
    promotion YOU AND EACH
    OF YOU,
    nations be educated to understandand 'vh.h.... t.nn". ,, n.. "n"'nn...n n_
    Discuss because of the splendid work done ti.j.i.n.; ; ,; i i ;j t-hat.-" ''' '
    Mrs. Brown a ault has
    : at the Starke Unit. believe in It before such a been brought affalimt you In the FRIED SHRIMP Dolls

    WONDERGift Turkish Culture Julius L. Thorn Director of the force could operate successfully.Plans (Florida Circuit Court In Chancery of Bradford. Caae County No., I .

    Starke Club says that It is with for succeeding meetings are 2947, by F. n. Jones plaintiff, and
    Examples of :T,u r klsh metal In which. you and each nf you are Easter Cards
    extreme regret that he loses the to follow the chapters of "The defendant .. SIZZLING
    : the relief niMigrht i . .. .
    ShopNext crafts were ,used by Mr.. Alice services of Mr. Johnson but Js Republic" by Charles A." Beard as 'In paid milt I. to quiet", and con n. < ir '4f\- "

    Clapp Brown of the Church Service .- happy for the opportunity afforded firm plaintiff' title to said' ahoved..crlb..d and
    I presented "Life" magazine a.ta land aa an Imlefeaalble,
    Center to Illustrate her talk Mr. Johnson at one of the guide to more fully understanding Tee simple title, and you are hereby STEAKSHOME 4
    Door ToLeila's at the Army Wives luncheon ou other important U.S.O. posts. required to appear. (.personally Easter Basketsof
    our government and the In- or by attorney) In tiald Court andcaiine
    I Thursday. March 10. Mrs Brown Mi'. Thorn stated that another dividual's part In It.. on March 27. A. t>, 1944. or
    Dress Shop also showed her audience her collection worker would be assigned In the the allegations of plalntlff'a sworn MADE course
    I Rill of Complaint will be takenaa I
    of picture postcards sired- near future.Married. New confetxpd .by voti. The Prndfnrd

    ActivitiesAt County Telegraph In hereby de.lanated > PIE Find them all at
    a. the duly qualified newspaper -
    Couples USO-YMCA In which thin notice shall I
    I he published once each week. for

    Form New GroupA At the U. S. O. Club on Temple said tour return consecutive day.Wltnean weeks 'prior to All Kinds of Sandwiches I

    THEVPARK Washington Streets, two new my hand and official' GISLAIN1Midnite !
    Young Married Couples Club activities are being started. The real. at Starke! Bradford County , .: ---. .. :. :. .., .iv
    Florida' thin 2J11t
    day i>f P-l>nmrv
    was formed at the USO corner dance class originally; planned for A. n. 1044. A. J. THOMAS. ,

    of Temple and Washington Sts., Thursday evenings will be held Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford
    County. Florida.
    CAFE last Thursday evening. on Saturday evenings In the wingof (OFFICIAL 8RAL) i

    Those present for the meeting the U.S.O. under the Instruction T Plaintiff Frank Lnndrum, Attorney for''
    2-2S 4t 3-17 II
    were enthusiastic about the possibilities of Mrs. V. '0. Sturgill and
    120 S. Walnut of such a club. Committees Miss Virginia Sewell. On each iv ('111117' ro,-riT. mi II>FOIII>
    J f'n'I'V. KI.OHIIHI l\ ('II.\\-
    were appointed to plan Wednesday afternoon at 2:00: o' <'FIt: Y.

    ? .. for a buffet. supper' to be held at clock beginning March 22, a ">'!""ter<. A. n",.lay. Plaintiff fcWendant., ,-... KatliLucille Cane- ,Sot fin.BFWY.. :f-Mar.: ,18 ,19-?O

    "Eat I'hB.k. the Unit on Thursday evening bridge be ,
    I at I party will given for ser- No. 2n1"! 3
    :. *..4: "- \ March 16 ,The conSmlttees ap- vice wives. ,fHII'1n) op prteLK-jTiON
    Ao.;:0"O'TTr I'J Tj1t PPI1.Ht
    pointed'were: Mrs. Site .Holzman -- .1TATF] OK> FI.Onir to: Kath- SPENGRTfACY[ IRENE
    And the chairman of refreshments, P. r's. WEEK KND: PROGRAM: isirt.3tRnxe2424 _. DUNNfn
    Rest"TRY ,1In1'a.aT
    forget I Bonnie Hurst chairman of dec- Friday P. M., March 17 Buffet y"t:Cr. rerinlred. I tn nppi-nr, x"flit... .M-G-M's

    orations. Mrs. Beatrice Zietz was supper for Army Ground i April 10th. 1944. In the above '
    Forces. Bands from named Court and cause, wherel''
    At the Camp .
    acting secretary. meetingon .
    ----------------- 'Ittlnflff neekit divorce rtredfArd .
    March 18 a name will( be chosen Blanding. oiinty: Telegraph' xhall. ptihlleh this .
    Saturday. March 18,7:30 P. M.- order In n..xt four weekly U..nef.Wltnenn .
    for the club and a varied program
    OUR band and nfri4li
    InV l lnl
    will be conducted. Dancing Class, -> o. "tnrk... Florida this. March
    Saturday. March 18, 8:30: P. Rth.; 1144.'OFFICIAL. RAi.EIi '
    soldier In Starke
    Any couple BRAD A, J. ThomnaA .. fY.
    and vicinity la cordially Invited /In St. Patrick's!: Dance, 1\t'-1 a Clork of Paid Court

    .Chili attend this club.Devotional. Sunday. March.. 19, 3:30: P. T. Frank. Lnndrum Starke, Florida "
    Refreshment Hour. Atty. for Plf. 3-10 4t S-SI ',$

    S Saturday, March 19, 7:30: P, M.- : IN CIR(4 IT ('0 I'R.... BR 'IFO"nCOIIXTY .lOE-
    .Hot Dogs :r Study Picture Show, 'ERY.' FLORIDA IN: Cll.%%.

    Group Formed"We -4 ITn'rv: C. Herman, ) Ft.R II oy"leI
    Hairy C. (Herman) Radowakl.
    .Hamburgers r New shipment of office supplies! r..n.I..nt. Case No, 2470.\ Tues., Wed., Thurs.-Mar. 21-22-23
    believe In God" was the In at Bradford County Telegraph ORDER OV PUBLICATION .

    theme at the second meeting of office AVD NOTICK TO APPRAR
    OF FLOItlPA to: Anna
    .Coffee the newly organized Devotional !adowakl. whoae residence ,In 4J4 "Happy Land"
    Study Group at the XJSO, 201 : .01 cmcriT;"TY. FL0J1WA1 roiHT. nri\i 1"1 Cl1AA.>:KomX" > nu-'kner- You are St..required Dunkirk., to New appt-ar York.ori

    North Walnut on Tuesday morn- ('E It V. April inth.. 1044. In the abovenamed '
    "COME Ing. Mrs. H. F. Vallery and Mr.. Julia J.. Williams' Plaintiff' v.. Carl) Court: and cause wherein With''Don Ameche & Frances Dee
    GET IT"J. Williams* Ufl,ndant. Case No. plaintiff' xeeka "''v"r..... Bradford
    J, A. Fausett led the devotional : 2961. County Tel"B-raph.nhall. pnl.llfh thin

    W. Grlffls.I Prop. Next to NCCS-USO period, and Mr- Vallery presidedCat ORDER ANn NOTICE OF 'prncir-ATioN!! "TO APPEAR; Order AVItnewa In next my four hand weekly and nfflrlnlaeal .Ipauen. Fri.; Sat.-Mar. 24-25

    w.-. :. :..__ I I the discussion period which STATE OF FLORIDA., to: c'art u at Htarke Florida this March
    --oe William whose residence U Un 6th. 1644.(4)FFICIAil.
    ..0-- ... ,_ ... _....... _ ,_ _,_ _ -.-I -, ,.,.. .. ! ,- --'. known. -- sEAL) A J. ,Thomaf DOUBLE FEATURE
    -- -------- You are required to appear on A. Clerk of paid Cnnrt 1. -
    April 3rd.. 11... In the above nam- T.- Frank. Liindrum, StArk., Florida. ,No. 1-"Riders of the
    YOU'RE rirC} 'i.t.and cane, wherein plain Atty. for Plf. ,3-10 4t J-31 Deadline"No.
    INVITEDTo *< dlvnrce. Bradford County __
    Telegraph shall. publlah) tills Order IV DUCI'IT 'tn-RT. HRtDFOIIH
    In nest tour weekly: l.mie.. rOI' T", FI.Olllll1.l'4 (''' %%.1 2-"Klondike Kate"RIT
    Witness mv: hand and official! .'KRV. .
    seal at stark. Florida this let Norman A. Klllott. Plaintiff ..". "
    day of :March. 1"44. Flora Ellen Klllott "
    Defendant Caae
    FFIr'Afc! REALA.. J. Tbonrn. No. 29U. 7 ii
    THE SNACK 1 1A1 ? A.. rric n{ paid. Court. ORDER OP PIIRLICATIONT: -
    I T. Frank Tjindrum Rtark.. Florida" *.'ANT> NOTICK TO APPEAR -.
    Attjr." for Wf, 3.3 4t 3Z4OHIIKF STATE OF FLORIDA: to: Flora ; 0 Sun
    Ellen Elliott: whose addrean In : l\JonMar. 19.20
    Open 6 A. M. To Midnight In The ,i or PrnLJe4TJOv A\I) Delmar, Delmvare.You .:' 1'
    -, WOTICK TO APP 'R are required to appear on "So Proudly We Hail"
    Th Mtntv! of Florida) to.R.. n.
    : April Oth.. 1944. In the ahnve
    " DAVIS HOTEL BLDG. .trlckland, ..1.f.\ Jonm, JAm..* SI.\ named Court and mine, wherein,' j; '' i Starring Claudette "
    ., Tone. Pannv r*. Jrnrr, Knnle H nlalntlff, casks divorce.' Bradford ,Colbert'
    . .* .ton* p, Fannie' R. Jones. Sir. A. TJ County Telearraph HhalMntihlUh this ',. -
    .n"R.J..r..t; ..Alvarn. WllUnm Order In next four weekly I-.o.*. Tues:
    R Wed
    llacnman. Wllm I Wltneaa 21.22
    mY bandk and o"l '|a|
    f. Jon.. .I.s.I.( Jon..... Andrew a"al at Starke, .
    On Our MENU' Every Day OIi.en. fir., a 'a M .., p. 6h. 1.44. Florida, -- thl"'al' ". POOHHV Trtfn IO.J..p '' ;
    .ft (OFFICIAL SEAL] ) ; 'll. J. Thomas
    FOR Fi-anrli" R. H"dC. .., Owen Owens A a. Clerk of *ald'otort." f* With Louis
    SALE r w"n. Ow.".. Jr.. Trnbv and n.vl.. William n. fnran..' ilackaonvlllo.' ,'
    [ WAFFLES\ PANCAKES To Take Out V.t.lddnn.*>. H...1"- J. W. Ifodr.a, M.\ K. Fla. Alty. for Plf.f- \ S-IO 4t 331iv : .'* 1
    ' Henry Sfltphell. R. n. A I- '! Thurs. Fri
    Sour CreamOtrnFmli livingand If any n' them f'lnf..T .'OI'RT' 'HR DPORO Mar. 23-24

    Made From Our Own Home Recipe .h.>.r..t dead imdanv all parties mw-h clalmlnr i'<.<-..*..t. In-nraiwr1pI.rrth.A (r.HV.01'YTY '(4)HID'(14. .t IV ci11V. .' .:t+"" 'f .;rr "CrashDiy "
    .. ,
    landa here m Rckelman, Plaintiff, va. Kather /
    ROLLS e .. to all "... Rckelman, Defendant. Case No. Starring Tyrone Power*
    known per onn claiming right
    HOME MADE SOUP .l le cr Interent In said, l.nd.; 2947.onnpre op PITL1CATIOV
    Rye er Iuniper> which land are situate. in Bradford ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Saturday-Mar. 25
    County. Florida, and deacrlb- STATE OP ,
    nickel .."to" : Kather '
    Fresh-Made ed a follow: Eckelman whoa address la un- "Outlaws Of '
    Savory The Pine
    Best In
    rnmmence Ridge"
    at t"e Quarter Sec! kn"wn.
    SALADS PLATE LUNCHESSANDWICHES tion Corner on Eaat Boundary of You are required to appear' on
    faction :33. Townnhlp 6 South, April 10th., 1944. In the above and"Sailor's
    Ranye II Ea.f. thence run Nora Court and ('au... wherein
    641 feet thenc run Pouth' *( Plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford Holiday"'
    degrean. and 49 minute West 466 County Telegraph Khali publish thin



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    sudden fury of tile Nazi Invasion' the. Iluptlit 1 Chin'eli The President.' April 13rd.. 144, 1n Ihs afore numt'd ho\i' filed my Final AooonntliiB aaAilmlnlnliatrlx }'..rryman. fur- Final' Discharge
    illiant Cast Gripping Plot The narrative draws ugly pictures Ml*. Jv....l... Mo+'get; '. wn III charge I 1'l>lll I Ulltl """Its, Wlllvltl plttilltlff of the KulHIe( of mild' AdmlnlxtratrlxMINNIB an
    ot the l.rog'"l1ro1".t.lhe theme (m' seeks. divorce I Itiaiiruiil POll lit rTelegraph John A !><>hm and will on the.
    of a rapacious mere [Hess foe the week unvs'' The I'rhue of shall puhllnh thin Orilvr 27lh! lily of March I 1944 make applUntlon All D. OAUDINKR

    whose bestiality spares neither .Peace. ;The The Life a--Th.. Sketch of Trllth'l'' :.Ml... Annie In next.nN four my weekly hand IBMUCHWlln and .official HruUfoiJ to County the. County, lion Judge K. K of John Admlnlntratrlx A, r>ohm, Deceased of, .Mutate of

    lesented In "The North Star"iioductlon women nor children, the aged or Ariuittrungc SISe. read and en- seal. at Stark. Klorl.lii.' this let S-2S 4t S-1T
    the Infirm. Joved It In she whom na I IsInsmber day of Mairli 1944.
    and honor during I thin OFFICIAL ShiAI.) A. J. ThomHH, f
    I i How the courage and daring week. of player for Horn Mlweto'i.. All Cl Tk of paid Court 1
    figures 0 n "The other tremendous task. of the Russians results In the The different parts were given anJ T. Frank andium, Stark., Florida' TAKE
    pedal requests fur prayer offered. Atty. for Plf. 3-J 4t 3-S4
    ,III Star" which will play at I Presenting a vivid and memor- little guerrilla group being arm During noon a covered dirk luntheon Bradford
    I Sunday Mon. :' ed and HU served and the amount I'M .lift \I. >KOHII OINTV, Fl.Ollllltlilt
    Theatre able dealing out
    Park story a little Russian retribution
    ot $ii.80 was contributed to Homo < I .'r t til NT.FltUU TIME OUT
    1 and Tuesday, run Into the community and its heroic fight the German troops and their sad 1.. tlT" WAU'l'.

    onomlcal. This picture re- against the Nazi Invaders, "The istic leader brings on the stirring II\MI The TN St HOOI. 'rwsIittn "Hernion will .VR.IMalnllff

    led a year of preparation and | North Star" is hailed as one of climax of the film and contrasts! he delivered liy Itev. Fred 1 O..d.l. ANN IlI\oU"eIHPK STKWAltTcmmm forPLAY Photon
    of I'hi'Ixtlan riiurt'h, ....t..nd."I. .
    I the cameras six the with the and .
    before most dramatic screen offer- romance peacefulneaa /.. ktha: .. I*. The Oriitluiillou OK. 1'\'nI.1I'\'I'lo-l:
    Iths at the Samuel Goldwyn I lings of recent years. of the earlier sequences. Addt....... will.he. held. Fildnv AM> NO'l'lc'tTO AI'I'NAIL
    tnelr biggest project In Slt a.. .... will WTATB OK' FI.OIUHA to: AnnMeltuheck
    llos- The 24 featured players Include .lie. announced ,
    l Inter K\er: >one wel Stewart lOI'l DelawareMtreel
    years. I I such favorites as Anne Baxter, Large Crowd Enjoys come.TIIOIH.. Sir ntun, PennsylvanialllllJKTIMIti Shop
    time clock labor totaled 178,- Dana Andrews Walter Huston Purim .. l'l. \..' You are required. 10 sppesr. nn
    iman hours and the biggest of Walter Brennan Ann Harding PartySponsored "T'..) llelpa Hut', a three netcomedy April 6th, 11144. In (the a' named
    will l>e prenented. hv tho Court and taiiee Viheteln plaintiff .
    [ sets constructed for the plc- Jane Withers and Erich von Stro By JWBA eighth gniile, at the Sritorten nul l Keekx dlv.....-.. Bradford Beer STAKKE. FLA.
    1 elm.[ rrhlIrlduy( 17nt County Telegraph sits ii publish. HUM
    was the Russian vlllago, 81as: o'clotk Order In next. four weekly. IHHIIRVltneKH Next to Western Union
    (ring 10 acres Bomb blast Giving the first really authentic huge crowd consisting- of ap- \ mv hand and officialneal
    proximately 700 nl Ntarko, Florida, thla Mart h
    army personneland
    I other explosions required 141 glimpses of Russian peasantlife THERESSA Slit IMI! ,

    a of dynamite and 44 drums that Hollywood has brought Including nervice-men'a wives By Rills lila llaxanMis. A. J. THOMAS.: Lunch DevelopingPrinting
    and members of Starke Clerk of said Court,,
    gasoline. The costuming of I I to..the screen, "North Star" presents (OFFICIAL : .
    sands of ''extras, dressed as a thrilling romance of two nlty enjoyed the traditional Hebrew W. D: 'Garrett returned H. O, 1 I'rnwn Lake BIIII..,.. .Flrlda.
    : Purim Party held at the home Wednesday from Camp Attorney for Plaintiff 3-10 41 3-UI
    tans! or was an- Russian youngsters trapped< in tho
    I USO Club Temple and Washington Shelby, Mlsit., where she visited i\ tiitnir i'in ...... mi UIFOIIBIOINI1 Poole

    ...,\ Sts., Wednesday evening her husband several days. (.1:11: .... KIOIIIIIIN ('ll\' >. .

    March 8.Before. Martha Horne from Hampton Itobert W. Nonar, Plaintiff va.

    FOOD FIT coming in to Starke this spent the week-end with Rut!) 2950 Violet.:; Ilonar, efendaut CBH No. Enlarging

    large group of service-men attended Slbley. Ottttl:n OF Pt'DiJ'ATIUN Music
    religious services In commemoration Mr, and MJ"It. E. S. Slbley" Rulli S'I'A''J010' FI of the Purim holiday. Ser- Irene Cochran. Martha Horn Boner, whose residence U 204 Ira 12 Hour Service

    fora vices were conducted by Chaplain Grace and T r u eman Dlckernon Ave.Ywii Sun ai* Ion required In. Texaa.. to appear on

    .,. Isaiah Rackovsky, and held at were visiting 'la Putman Hall March 27th. 144 In the above
    Chapel No. 18 In named Court and cause, wherein.. ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER
    Camp afternoon.
    Blanding. Sunday ? plaintiff peeks ill vim". Piadford E. B.MILLIGAN.
    Chaplain Rackovsky In cooper's.lion ;I\11's. Wlgglnw was visiting her County Telegraph. shall publish I thla

    with camp officials, arrangedfor daughter 1\.fi'\. .. M.rred. Order WltnvKH. In next my four hand weekly ami official issue..

    KING the group to be transportedby weal. at Starke, FtoiIda. Chili February .
    Mrs. Lambert and son, Lynn S2nd: 1444OFFICIAI For Portrait Work
    bus to Starke
    where upon returned to their home In Washington ( . . SKA'I.) A. J. Thomas.
    their arrival they were welcomedby Aa Clerk of said Court.
    D. C., after spending seveial -
    the Jewish Welfare Boar 1 T. Frank T.andium "Mtatke, FlorldnAtty. .
    weeks with her mother Mr/ for Plf. 2-2S 4t 3-17
    Nutritious Tasty Inexpensive Army & Navy Committee of
    H. D. May wheats been ill. Mrs.
    Starke who were the iv ('IRTl.'r ((11'11'1 mi \IIFOIMI M> Can Put You
    sponsoisof May is much better. fin \'ri, 'LOIUII.\I i\ <'II \,. .
    SANDWICHES SOUPS DESSERTS the Purim Party. A group of I'Kill.: And Your Girl ..'
    ORDERS Pvt. and Mr*. Dampier and son John A. Zehedee, Plaintiff / tl .
    SHORT FULL. COURSE MEALS hostesses from St. Augustine and vn IluthZebedee On TheSAME :'j
    Blllte, were veiling, Mr. and Mr*. I lefenrlaiit, Cai representatives of the USOJVVBat
    oitncit" OF
    pimuicATiovAMI PHOTO
    Open 9 to 9 Daily \ St. Augustine were also in at J. D. Griffis.SU.dRY.. NOTICM TO APPUAIt I a
    If You Mule
    Flank Kelsay whs visiting In HTATI3 OF I FMllitliA to: Jlnlh {
    except Tuesday63TZ'i4t tendance.. 7rif\ \ whose residence" la lln. I .\ Small
    Highlighting the of Tampa this weeTtend.Mr. known.
    program '
    You are required to on ( (f'lure,1\
    /. and Mrs. Thornton Johns Appear
    music and singing was a most March 2.lh.. 1D44. In the above of
    interesting talk given by Chaplain and children of Hampton and named mart and cause, whereinlilnliitlff 11..1'0 \\, \a1lgO1C

    Rackovsky on the story of Purim Mrs. Florence Johns were visiting county Teleiri'aph Meeka I dl\oic shall. llradford!puhllMhthlx I \. .I\er,stg1t

    and. the significance of the Purim relatives here last week-end. I Older In next. four weekly I". \
    Mitts Faulkner of Raitordlspent i "U"" r SoC
    Mary ,
    celebration. Following the program \Vltness my hand and official, \ ,
    0 t'1e
    the men were treated to nladp.ntable the week-end with her pinentc. = seal at Hlnrke. Florldn. this Fcbrnarv LIBERTY

    of special holiday del. 21rd. NI 144tOFFIcrAfj .:AL. ) A. J, Til Oman, I V\,
    icacies. Mrs. J. C. Cochran and daughter Aa Clerk of said Court

    Members of the sponsoring committee Irene and Mrs Martha WillCasellbeiry T. Frank loll'"I ru 111. Mtarke. Flot"liln, STUDIOS3211emple
    Ally for Plf 2-2S/ 4t 3-17
    were chopping In Pa-
    who BO graciously made i --
    latka Thursday IV tinrilT ('0' IIT. till t I1FOIIII Ave.
    the preparations and served were: ('01 \'r1', Pl.Ollllltl IV C'\' \.
    Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Kaufman Mrs. Kelsay was shopping In (1:111.hays .
    O. R m I t h. .
    Fnlatka Wednesday Plaintiff VI<
    Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecln Miss Madeline
    Chancy O. Smith, Defendant. Case
    Lecln Mrs. Marjorie Carter, Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of Starke No. 2948. Looking for ,a Good Time?

    Mr. and Mrs Jack Zevln Irwin was visiting her mother Mrs. oiinnn OF ptntMCATtov
    .... I
    .y S. R. Swindell. recently I Come'' toMaude's
    Zevln Miss Edith Coleman Mr. HTATM' OF FI.OHIHA toChanrv:
    Mr.' and Mrs W.. T. Zelglerand and Mrs Louis Berger Mrs. B. I Maffltt Village/ Wlliiilnnrton' North .
    Jacobs, Miss Miriam Carter, Mr. children of Jacksonville spent Carolina. : !"
    Sunday with his father and fam Yon are required' to appear on
    and Mrs. Blum Mr and Mrs\
    March :271 li.. 1944, In the above
    Sam Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Irving ily.Mrs. named C'oiirf and canoe. wherein'
    Hertz and Louis Florence Loper and MTH.Ralley plaintiff seeks divorce and (CnnoJv(
    Sage. 'if Minor Child. .. ftradfonl Jlytlhtv:
    In Starke Across from NCCS-USO
    were shopping Telegraph, Khnll publish tlilif 'Order
    Saturday. In next four weekly Ixauea.AVIIneRK .
    St. Patrick's Event my hand and nffirlnlseal
    Don't forget chinch service Temple ''Avenue
    your I lit Hlnrke. Florida, thin February .
    STARKE FLA Planned For USO at the Baptist( Cliuich Sun 22nd, I!I". ,
    fOFFICIAI.( BKAIj) A. J.
    day at 11 o'clock and Sunday A.. Clerk' of said Court. Thomas
    On Walnut St. night at 8 P. M. Everyone In .T B Ilarrldon.. Tack"on vlll '. Florida. Beer LunchGood
    vited. Atty. for. Pit. 2-25* 4t 3.17
    SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYMARCH At the meeting of the ArmyVlves'
    IV Till: COrVTY' JI'llII011'1'
    \ Council on Monday, It was IY ('UK'I'IIfill'IIT. III \I1POHIItnivri IV *M Foil lilt \ II POIIII
    decided that St. Patrick should be '. KI.OIIIIIM i>., iiiPylveKter ,%\- ('tll'VTl. Kl.nlllMt. Fellowship
    ; ('.::11 1'. TO WHOM ''I' MAY COVCKIlVtNoUce
    honored at the regular Saturday V. Itlchttrilnon. Plaintiff l I. hereby o-lven that T
    19 :20 21 night couple dance on March 18, vx .Sallie. ( Mae Hell No |tl ZNV< hardtton, Defendant

    with the shamrock as the decorative OHOEII ()r' PI'IILf'ATrO
    motif. Mrs. John A. Fausettwas AND NOT1CI1 TO API'HAH t
    HTATR OF Fl/WIDA lot Hnllv
    / ,< elected chairman for a term Pell Richardson. whose realdence In.
    wrqJVEifIAjpNGAGTPN of eight weeks. Mrs. G. I* CHna 34 Ifanroik St., Brooklyn N Y,
    Ynu ar'' required to appear on
    receiving election to the office of April 3rd., 144 In the above named . Jffnr 3aifr (!gifts t
    / vlce-chatrman. Court'and cause, herein plaintiff
    seeks divorce flratlford County
    Schedule of activities at USO Telegraph shall publish (hi* Order. _D E'1 0IIlI _.I
    operated by YWCA, 201 N. Wal- h, next four weekly tunnel,

    t'HH.IS .nut St.; Wltne at .StarKe my hand Florida and. thin nfflrlulneat let MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS.

    : iJ I ; Friday :30-Ho.t.: .. Matting. day of March. 1f)44.)
    'iJ 2:oo-Craft* (oFFI('IAL 8"\f.) A. J. Thome,
    8:30-High Schooler Night A* Clerk of mild Court WHETHER YOU COME IN TO BUY OR Y
    r ':NIc': HolIywopcT fine big picture Saturday 1I:30-llt.: Patrick Couple T. Frank F-nndrum, Htark, Florida
    "'{ """ \ tremendous Dunce. Atty. fur 3-3 4t 3.24IV
    t4. \ 9to give you the. Sunday 3:00-l\f"vle: I'It.-. WILL HE TREATED WITH
    \'f: \ ALWAYS
    r- Monday 12:00--Council Meeting ,
    ,, :'\ ..: \'i>f I f drama ofRualia'acQtacEandwarte. aoo'rafts2:30Knitting: i ('111('( IT f..f. III \UFonU ,
    0.hY'af : and !Hewing' Instruction .
    ; i& ( 01 "T". 1.011111\1 I" (II''' /
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    ' ( ::11 Y.
    :. \ Tuesday 10'Devotional H t u d y John l>avld' Daddy. ? Pin In tiff, "... .
    Group "\\'. Believe In a Moral Kthel Caddy, Defendant, ('sae No.
    lintvvrse"1130Dlecuselon 2989. '
    : Group OflDRK OP PUBr.U" ATIoN
    2::00' -{' ttll AM NOTIl-n TO APl'HAIl WE OFFER
    3flfI-Hrld: InstructionS HTATI2 0"jo'.OItIOA to! FIhalGaddy
    :00-luncheon Committee MeetIng ..h">HB ifitldenra I I. III d.'..II. '
    Mouth Carolina. WIDE SELECTIONS
    8o0-oam.: Night You are reiiulreil. to appear oni
    Wednesday 8:30-Howling
    Thtimday-12.30: Army W'ives', Luncheon
    :on-Free Bingo
    t Y .J tt:00-Movie "hl'rtll.Ilampton .


    I Mlse fly Frances Harbnra: ''Coliey home of Stark Uniform Supplies & Military Accessories

    was the guesk'df Mba Barbara

    Home!'during/. the'week-f
    '11\ lJe''in Gainesville SaturdayjverpJJr

    SAMUEL GQLOWYN'S ,. <<. ].[l1dr.el Reno, Mf ,

    and jfrs. Robert 'Touchton Mrs ATTENTION OFFICERS f

    SEE Hall man, Miss Dorothy Walter- -
    youth changedinto am
    peaceful son Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- SPECIAL HALF-PRICE SALE .
    savage guerrilla worth and Miss Marian Johns. .

    Jimmy Douberly was the week. Our

    end guest of his grandfather la
    Pink Shirts

    Martha Home spent the week BreakfastsAre $425

    end with. Ruth Sibley at Theresaa. formerly $8.50
    L. A. Johns Jr., of the Merchant NOW

    Marine arrived home last
    week. SomethingTo Green Slackswere $8.75

    Mrs. Marian Gnann and familyof

    HUSTON Jacksonville returned home $17,50
    ". after a few days here with rela

    JOllY CHANGER Mrs. Ethel Tldwell and
    ud. ERICH VON STRONOM Ethel Mae Durling spent Sundayof "Start The Day Ki hf Expert Watch Packages ;

    0r1..Sbf1 _> Play".WTOIIE LIIWNNF11AlANpisct.d last week at ;Silver SpringsMr / and ClockREPAIRING Th STAG Wrapped and :

    If UWIS .. O. E. Cu"hatv .na Woodrow of Ore.nvlM. .... Tenn. arrived CAMPDINER "Everything for the Soldier MAILED
    Wednesday of.Jint: week to
    ----Also -" b* with Aef hurnhdhTTrW. *. CutKhaw All lark guaranty anywhere in II'
    They. "at. at homeIn one of the Including a Square

    WaU r on apartment Service 137 W. CALL STREET U. S. A.Bv. .

    r w. 'Mr' t.. ,..1.TI-.G. 'f

    Latest "MARCH OF TIMEl&News On Frlda.yj March It. the week ofPrayer Corner Call & Church .. . ,
    nerved. with an Horn alt Mission day meeting was" Ob-ttt -_- ._' 'i,- : - ... : .... : .

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    :, with at the Court House In Starke. Flor- I
    POLITICAL Judiro I hav* tried to conduct, the Telegraph shall publish thin Order LAWTEY Jr., spent the week-end here itt on the 15th day of April. 11)49 _

    1 offli-e for the b<*Ht I Interest of the. In- next four weekly Issuen.Witness their parents. I..t 10 o'clock A.I.., and nhow cause

    X ANNOUNCEMENT |>ei ple t and County, and If you reflect lilY hand and official '' why the .prayers of the, Petition i i VOTE FOR
    : me It IN my Intention tn con- seal at Stack, Florida, this March SCHOOL ENDS TERM Mrs. 3. T. ReddlHh. Mrs. Ancll filed In the above entitled pro-

    IM4tllVTKMII4: t blur to conduct It unselflMhly. and 10.1'44. 'I not be granted arid ; '
    FOIl NCIIOOI. Ml ; II'II. WalteJo'Vllkltt AND
    Thompson :
    dVl ICIAI. 8RA!11. A. J. Thomas, Commencement program at i''f..II : auh: : ELECT
    I ,hereby. present myself. as M fti.ildidale for the ... ..t. Inleront of- all.Itvsiiertfiillv. ( the therein d. *orll> i1 the
    I the nffk-p of Superintendent As Clvrk of said Court.Walter be son and daughter Jewell spent 1 proceedIngs heretofore had, .author- i
    \ fin- Lawtey school will Thursday,
    ij, .. nf Public Instruction. I lJ.cL I,:. K I'KHIIVMAV.: I.'. llardesty. Daytona Iteach.tPiiu. Saturday shopping In Jackson- lalna; the Issuance there4ur4.. h. tltll- u MELVIN B.
    ; /; to the iilrnsiire' ,.f thn voters In the County Judc., Atty for-Plf. 3-17 4tl4. March 23. 8:30: P! M. Baccalaureate dated and confirmed as In *nlrtPnlltlon !
    Primary: Klertlrtn of May: 2. 1 l44! ville. prayed "aid honuls Consisting -
    Jf elected to this iiffli'' I will at 1(111 t'iiIhtiI'l'I : sermon will bfl preached 1 ?th'. and Mrs. Joe Shuford wel'e of rff.undlnlf bond of the mate' FUTCHYour
    Mil t tlmeM conduct' In a manner I March 19 8:15: : P. M- Ilimrd, of Administration. of the I
    take this nieium of annoiinclnirmy IN mil IT ( lii IIT, Illl %I>FOIIIIvrv. SunJay. here over the week-end visiting and he-
    .. conducive I to I he l>i 'imntlon < fthe State of Florida, for on
    n '
    \ candidacy for the office ofherhtf < P1 ri.oiiinti f F'-' '
    f I lhlci.iinty. of Llradford County
    educational Hrstein o the. puirenspf Mr, Sbuford. Mr. half
    ; ( $ of Hnidford County. BubJiHtto ( EDt: ", BERRY SEASON!; OPENS nf $$25tuiut
    t solicit III uvKi'fwnte Bu n
    ., ; V11"1., I.nPI".I.enrnestty your the will of the iMninvrntln voters I. SI uturt. ,I'lulntlff vs.Ki'fd Berry season opened :Motdav: and 'Mrs. J'. 8. sh tord. iliitwl July I. 19... .Iwarlnw"" lnl.*..Bt I COUNTY
    .. ,,
    In I hii>rlin ry election of May I. 1'110.11'1. Vet< <1ltnt. ('II'h' obtainable when SCHOOL.SUPERINTEXDE
    a.', MFt..vIq' J' Fl'TCH4'IM'VrV t. >"l 44. If elected to title position ''ui. 2i3.! : with several out of town buyerson Mr. and Mrs. Billy Edwardswere at mild theliiwent at .rate... at three per cent
    .r of high' resiiotislbillty. I will illschiiK" itltHKH <>P Pt'HMCATIO.V par.
    first offerIng In Tuesday visiting when sold to the high.eMi .
    hand. The day's Ldiwtey annum
    VDII ( the dittIes nf the office In AND NOTICK TO APPI'JAItHTATI'J :
    Ac I' ttprvby announce ,my ranilliliirarfor the' bent of my: nblllty and In R OF. FI.OHIDA to; Fred 1 USlimrt waa at 'Red' Roberts curb Bllfy'81 parents,' Mr. attd'-Ms-s--'XyUl! anti best bidder numberefl paynMene4iilannually from 1 I

    County Commissioner from Pistrlct fair and Impartial. manner. Your whose residence Is" 1727 41st1'lme I ' .. mifl t"l -. _
    JU'4 :.v No. 2. sulijuct to .th* .. lll fit; vote. and lu-tlve Mipport" will 8.: 1':.. Washington, D. C. market and saw approximately'H. Edwards. 25;. I both IncliiHtve. td a more refundingi.onls pra4l
    voter. In h. r..I- appreciated.Sincerely. Vim to on'' 60 crates $8 to J9.5,0 , ; dcscripti.ui which
    the Iwnincrmlo KI'vatly 1'1' are required appear Belling: at Ray Crakford"Of'- th .Navy.\tt t IK. contained In the .....tlllo"h.r..ln.
    If Hecl.. 1 I namfil.Court
    motyplutl.ufl, Miiy. 2. April 17. l 1944 'In the
    I .prmnlMff to hel"|, administer M. I, .: and cause, wherein plaintiff Tuesday produced about the some ;; here on leave at the home of his .

    nffHlrs nf the entire county In" Ih"l I ,...,.In divorce. ,IVadford (',,".nlY number of '$rllLes "w, 1 it h ,priced: parenta. He .Is based at Boston, PONE AND ORDERED at Starke,
    fair and Hiiiarci, manner shiill publish this Order Florida, this 9th day of. 1oI1t.'h.A. ,
    lmiiff.1 I.oit 'JJICI.H..1t! "I"' "IAh I':" I IVlHumlih slightly high '. Buyer here are !1
    Mud iHWt nt mv uhmtv. Your 'IAII & In next four weekly Issues.Witness . !) J Mass. 1944.
    will !l. greatly hereby a 0 tutu''ite lilY"cimdldaryfur hand. and official I Bernard Peefe of Charbourn. ADKINS t.SF.
    I nnil nctlvi" support I re-ehkctloii to the office. of my N.1 I! :Mra. John Andrews was lai Z. t.
    atuj.ulat, ,,ut. Aft-vuKiir. of Tuxes, nnd ..utruemutly I. seal at' rltarke, Florida' this lain C., and Monroe Adams of ( .".) Circuit Judara. -
    -F:. t.. ( \\.t".1. uhi%' of March. 1944.OFFICIAL. I i Jacksonville Wednesday. 3-1T St 3-31
    -Mollclt vole and I'romiKlnir
    your support.; SKA I.) A. J. ThonianAn same city. Welcome boya Open
    that If I nominatedMini
    you am : .Sfft. andMre. Bill Wooteii and
    : FOil lll.iltlI'Vl'o re-elet-leil., I will I I I "Klve you four Clerk of said Court. your hearts 'ahd your pocket J _

    I Tile voters ami citizens, tfIJrulrrul more" yenrs of honest fallhful .and T. Frank. for l.undiuni I'lf Hlarke a-17, FloridaAttv. 4t 4.14 books. The' berry quality promises Junior:; \ arrived Sunday .from At. ELECT

    County: Impartial cervlce.'TiuankIug lanta' Bill's
    to spend furlough
    I hereby announce my candidacy, you for past favors, to be excellent with fair
    for re-election I.. the office of and trusting a continuance of the Allen Johns, who Is working In yield. I with his. parents Mrj.; 'and Mr*.

    . 8herlff' of Bradford County. In clinic. I amYours Fernandlna spent Sunday with W.-CJ. >Wooten. LEX GREEN
    l' which I .urn now nerving/ my mrtmaterm. most Blncerely!
    Hliice' my election as yourHherlff 13. W. llA YEI4.011 relatives here. Mr. aDd Mrs. Joe L. Hnrrell i I Truby Grlffla. son' 'or Mr. and .
    I have at all I times conducted
    the duties of this mouse tin* -! / Mrs. Walter Crtffis, is here on

    .. office in a fair. honent, l.' 'HI''P'' Vl"0lt
    I..MUHI.. leave. He Is stationed at Fort
    r r- - ; I tutu' H Iofh 15111 t'i Ili V '. J
    ionn 'rnhli' > arid I"limmrtiai milliner."n : CLASSIFIED ;;
    t r ....kln.. re-election I am doing I hereby announce my candidacy ADS: Devan. Mass. I
    n .
    ., Hlierlff for the office of Hupervlvor of
    reuiird MM your
    < i> mv
    nr the punt eight years, during Itt-nli-lratlon for a full term. havInw Leslie Prevatt- soa of- .\fra....- ..., -LJ.z---

    irhlch I have at nil time wreil Juat recently been appointed WANTED FOR 8AI at Hacrlfloe. 83 rabbit" ,' ale Prevatt is here on. furlough.
    n a manner that I feel freeuillctt to by the fill the unexplred about 26 doee In: lot.-' All I rabbit. He Is
    $ your vote and """()Irt In term. of Hon. JameH P'. llol- Listings", on apartments. houe or and huttheN I IPO-W. P. Bennett./// stationed at Camp PhUUas

    t the "..Im..r, election of May Z. llnimworlh' reslcned.The home for rent, located within 20 H-10, Klnffxley Lake Village. I Kansas.
    1944 1 have nerved uu Sheriff' In vote and active support of 3-17 2tp I '
    In mile of Starke 'Booney' Is married. Sgt. :pan-
    one of the most trying tlinns all voters' In the Democratic 1'rlnuirles '
    ,T; the history of llradford '(.'uUtty and In Alsy, are earnestly. soli 119 EaAt Call Street FOIl SAM3-1K38: Ford; :; Tudor;; TourIng ?t'l B. Harley and Miss Celia .;.-
    Invite .you at any time. to Investlrale cited. *..dan. Huts good tires look
    my record. I have worked If elected. T will faithfullY perform good. and run voorl. Car cnn I Frances Smith were married at i ,

    at ail times to make BradfordCounty each and every duty connect- W. ,T. CLUTE. Realtor he seen at 234 Hi>. ThnmpHon ft 'the Christian Church in Sa.i ,
    ) a respectable) l>lnc.. to II v... .4 l with the office In an efficient Starke.-Aim. JO1.nH. %Ioye,'. lip
    ,. I earneatly. solicit your vote and iimnner. PERMANENT WAVE, 69c I Do ---- Angelo Texas on Feb. 28. W>
    .lt1Iu.rl on May '. Kespectftilly FOrt SALE Blue Flash electric never thought it could happenbut
    Q Altmmj.roit J. 11. KET. .Y. your own Permanent with box for beer $75: : one d-ft drink A Life-Long Resident
    : -. Charm-Kui-1 Kit. Com p lete box uses. Ice, (:;0. mod condi our sincere congratulations to GOVERNOR>> This County Well
    : tion. Inquire H. 1. Turner Qt
    at Dan and much _
    "O"'IIIi'lIO'lI' : happiness to both -- r e.
    ( 0" 'II'I'V lull (01'TY .O\.IOll.n: equipment, Including 40 curlers Pont office, Luke Butler, Fl.,. fled and Experienced
    ivntir 'lWO l>U*rlrt One mar All "I III PUPIE
    At the request of many of my I hereby announce' my candidacy" and shampoo. Easy to do absolutely 2tp ix riRcrrr roritT. laTH the Job.

    i friends, I hereby announce my candidacy fur reelection. to the office of I harmlean. Praised by TO WHOM: IT MAY CO.VCKHX: -.Do jiimi\t.>> i-inci IT nv KI..Olt- Iff WIll KEEP FAIT1W.TB YOU
    for County Commissionerfrom County' Conunlxsloner. District One McKenzle not hold me responsible for anything ll> \. IV A MM FOK BI1AI1VOHU
    District Number Two (North llradford County "''',,'Ida. I greatly thousands including Fay that John Wesley 'William COVNTV.; NO. 29-/ O.
    frttarke' ) and t If Nomln at. d and appreciate the confidence the voters glamorous movie star does or takea. -I>eweyVlltlumx.. I'I'\ t'>i DOABLe Of .to (),", 's"'KA.
    Elected I. will continue to nervetu have shown! In me In. the past. 3-17 '|'IU:>. ut budr rorpuraite ender !O.....
    satisfied. 4tp
    the bent nf my ability an I haveIn and assure them that It reelected Money refunded if not
    lh, past. I wish to thank, my I will continue to conduct the af. KOCH DRUG STORE "A'..1IUI \V WA"'TP.n tltutlon of Ihe state of .Florida.
    friend for their- pant Miipunrt. and fairs of this office In an honest AVAlt.AHLK AT ONCK. HaKoute 'lKI1 ; r.... HIM! urn kehalf of Ull.lUFUHUC'Ot.VI'V

    hope that you will attain favor me. efficient and Impartial manner.AMMiirlnr I of 800 famJIIeH. Only reliable FI.OIIIDA. S
    with ,yuiir vutr In the Muy I'rlmitrleH. you of my thanks. for IF YOU WOULD UY OR SELL hustlers need 0"1,,. flood firoflta' *- I'etltiuaaeuu.
    . , y.ur vote nnd support on May 2nd to willing worker. No .xp..I.n" -,..
    ; rAffulii thnnklnayr i t ain Respect fully milk cows stock cows, beef cattle required to start Write. today.. TIIK: N'r.OF Floltll. rt al..

    Your'itr"yroil '_ I. I." (,'ONNI' 1t. -I'... I.). KEPDISH.ciurrrr !' stock bulls or hogs get In Kawlrlgh', Dept. (FAC-223-Z Mtm.phls '- 5ttl.B %Iuti Heepo.det..

    touch with J. D. Odom Jr. Tenn. _ .
    'Olt 4 ...':IIK rnnrr TO THH STATK OFTHH F'.onIDA,
    cnr' TYUMVH..< IHI : I am a candidate for reelectionto Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake l..oST-BI"l"k purse.. Tue... or \VNI. SKVKRAI: HKOPFIRTY OWN-
    i. >1HTII('T I'llllKK: the office ot Clerk of Circuit night lat. week. containing rn- IB KS. TAXPAYKKS, CIT12KNS: ANt
    I Wish to announce my fund I (Court subject to the, will of the City; Telephone 481 Lake City. tlon hooka, gas' coupons glasses. OTHKKS ".\Vlxn OK. CI.AI.MI.VU

    dnry'ait ,inemher of the Hoard of people In the. next Democratic PrliiiarleM. Auction market every Tuesday, valuable paperx.. Please return to ANV RIOIIT. TITt.K OF l.VTKHKUT
    County CnmmlMHlonern, HlHtrlct :2. Lake 2:34) Mr. James N. Ulfford. Dryden IN pnoiM-JUTV: : TO fH AFFKCTKI>
    South Starke, mitWeet to the will I am Indebted. to the people. of City : ; every Thursday Cabins, Stark: Neededbadiy. ]tprrxio.Mi.vo DV TIIK ISSLJAN'ChStY: TIIW:
    nf tho Ienvocratlc voter I In I the thin County for their friendship, Falatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 .- STATE HOARD OF ADMINISTRATION :
    primary .election May 2. I hate support and .encoutragement and It TOMATO PLANT.- OF--THK "BTATH' OF FLOR
    been a r..l ldent nf ilced ford County re-elected. I will render faithful Rutgers., Prltchard. firnthen.. Mar- IDA. FOR AND ON BEHALF OF
    Mince 1900 and this ,In the first. service In the office and take, every MATTRESSES RENOVATED glolieM, $2.60 per M. Eg IT plunt 1111\OJ.'OI.tO COUNTY. OKIDA..
    tlmw I have. ever HKkert. for a )I.uh. occasion. for expressing. my appreciation furniture pepper, $3 M. F.O.B. 4'. fKalrh .. I OF' TIIH: BONDS HKUEINAFTEIS
    lln office It elected. I promlHn to of your confidence. upholstered. Drop us North Miami Fla. 1-17 :Ctp: MOUK PARTtCUI-ARt-Y DE8CR1HKl -
    tranmirt Ihe affair of my district' A. J. THOMAS: a card. Hastings Mattress Co., I > OR TO BK AFFECTED IN U.. Sutut
    and the county at .large. In n fair 20 ACRES' EAST PAI.ATKA. located ANY WAY THEREBY.
    and Impartial manner to the liext Palatka Fla. 2-18 lOtp 4-21 on highway; fruit tr.."... I IHardening The State of Florida. through' the
    of my ability. I will greatly appreciate 'Ult nomiin 4>i"ni H'IIUOI. or entaIl farm. poultry. State Attorney of the Eighth Judicial 5I
    your vote. mind tinpport.( ( Ito % > Hlx room bungalow artlHlan well Circuit of the State of Florida. ii
    -W. .1. CiOOIiOB.) : I h.*,rehy aniiuunce my' candidacy. LAKE: FRONTAGE property for creek to river $3,200 TermsMrs. ..- and the several property owners.taxpayers .

    -. fur School Hiinid niemlier of i District sale. Price $1,500. Five-room I Ouy Anhmore.. 1013 King St.. citizens and others having .
    t 2, comprlHlnir, I the HouthSlarke
    Foil rot.vrv H..IO'll.n: and. Theressn' voting ,preclnc'lii house electric I lights I water Jacksonville" ., 4, Fla. Itp or claiming; any right title oPinterest
    In property to be affected'by
    ItUlrlrt Tkre subject to the will of theDemoiratlc
    .4 bath. Ten acres. Also small FOR MALE Marglobe tomato the issuance of the refunding
    I wish to 'aiiiioiin my candidacy .
    Voters In the 1'1'1.IiniirlVM
    for re-election MM a "member" I.. May.I lake on this property Located plants. and purple top rutabagaplants. _. bonds hereinafter mentioned or to Peptt-Cola Company. Long Island City. N. Y
    of the Hoard nf County Commlaalonem Reasonable prices. be In any way affected thereby.rhall .
    earnestly solicit vote nod
    your near Mel rose, Fla. on Beautiful Lacy Simmons Plants at Bronke.. b.. and
    from District Three (Smith they are hereby, required -
    support II nd If elected I will cllschnrBe farm. Franchised Bottler PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Jac
    Htarke), aubjnvt. to the will of thevotem the duties.. of the officeto Lake Swan. Brokers pro- liP to, appear before this court
    In the May 2 prlinnrjr. I the best of ability.
    tected. Address A. G.
    will appreciate your "vote and topI" .-.(.. BUL.L.IVAN. ir
    port and If re-elected will continue 2247 Post St., Jacksonville. Fla. ; I .
    to discharge the dutleii of the office Foil !MiPKMITHUITr '

    _t L the_ .bent, of_my ability 1111 I'' 1'1'11'1'(1'11' 3.3 Stp These Our
    uuye Uom 10 ua I""" I am a candidate for County8iiierlntendent are Enemies
    I _ _ -.1. L. WYNN.FOil of I'ubllu fnstruttlon. ;. SPENCER SUPPORTS. Brassieres .

    1 .. subject to the will of the -Cull on Mrs. Bertha
    COl'NTY: ('O"IIi'lII'O'll.R' : livople. at i hut next Democratic PrlinarleM. .
    I wish to announce my caiulllacy In school affairs Is submitted for W. Madison St. 2-2S 4tp dPl
    I4 a... a member of the Uoiird. of your confederation.. it elected I -- fH
    : County O o m ml..lon.r.. IXMrlct. will gIve my whole. lime, effort ,5 Ji',, ,' ::'
    Three, Hoiith "Htiirke, mihject tn amid thought to better schools and WELL DRILLING-See or write "f. /: : *' 'i','':lu! :ljl .

    the will of the Demm'ratlc. voter nil economical ad mill i I I..1'1011 on. In me at'my new location Rt. 1. .'iti, h, /!liit1i1iHfffiiiiiji'W, !! ;;!!
    In .
    I the I'rlmary Klectlnn: May 2. any event I will retain my real t1" :tjt " :':" :i-jiS
    It elected to thin office I shall Interest. In and gIve my cooperation Box: 41-B Melrose, Fla.Sam M'' !
    I dlnclmrite mv, duly to the bent of to our school program.a. Jordan. 2-25 r itt :, ,:.,lf
    4tp *: : :tt.t, : :: :
    my knowledge. Your vote and K.: t4'AItKS.! i / !: *
    .Muonort will he, highly L-
    appreciated. ( ' -
    WANTED '
    .. FOil (-OI'TY JriHiM stenographer and general e / / u,
    -n. L. LEE.roit To the clilaenH and voters of clerk Permanent Job. Uood ._b & l\/\ '
    opportunity for a d v ane..m..nt. I! : lf .ix
    .$ llradford County: ( :' ;; ::
    L 1 S for\Tv roMMi"moMionMUtrlrt I hereby:: announce my candidacy Write. Box 121. 2tpVE : f; 'f ; ,

    f>.. 4 fur the office of
    I County JudgeMiiuject
    I ,hereby announce that I will \ HAVE CHICKS. New Hampshire
    to the action of the votersIn
    rt h. 'a candidate for re-election Reds and LesThorns, every
    a* the May primary.,
    . Cnnnty CommlHHloner front Dlntrlct I all. a IliHilrnril County man Tuesday. and Wednesday at $12 S Lii
    Four comprising/; the votlim. pre. ami I hjtve, *"r\ed you In many waw. per hundred. V. 14. Approved andtented iil"H'Ii iil" lr'i:
    .I' clnctn of' Hampton 'Th..reMna and .butli In buMlnvNM and as a public for pollorum. WAMIINItAT1.'IiuIty :
    Uritham. If re-eUcted I will continue . servant. I have the experiencennil 2 mile North of .'it" ""
    : ta transact the duties. of thli ability to serve. you In thin Waldo. Btp ..., ,. #!Jji. !!! :! iI!! ',"
    office In n fair and Impartial man Important, office and promise '!Jli"i/ifiiifii'iiii'iiidiiMii!! / ' ,i w,$.
    you t :
    FOR BALE 3 1fi1! HiI.
    t ner, a.. I have tried to do In the a fair, efficient and courteous ad.uaulnistruution. Jersey Heifers to fUifiilij liJiji 1! !!!
    pant. Your vote and support will I have freshen soon with second calf. "lijii iiil:!! : "
    no ax to / ? ;
    I .Lcreally, appreclatedY. Itrltiil or stones to throw and can Will milk about ;3 Kalians per .:: III ml 'GJq/ifUf/1f/ ';:

    -T. C. CHASTArN.Dlntrlrt and will serve you In the way you day. K.; K. Wsmlln" Waldo. 2tp .' lI'i'i 1;iiii!!! ; ; 4t .

    liars a rIght to expect. WI [.1. BL'Y STriAWBEniUES V !, : : : : ;; ; ;: !! !!;/!
    ('OL'41'YfOtIMtslollt: ' : -W, H. EDWAHDrt. ;
    $ 3-10 3t

    I" for I heieby Cciunty announce.CommlaNloiinr iiI vandldncy of 1)Is.l I hereby Ethic. announce MCIIOOI., DOuBt my I TOMATO old Camp PLANTS BlendIng: road ml. out at the on L' GCNCIRRHEA; 1

    fur Hrhonl) Board ean"r.1
    _ _ trlct No. Ii';comprising Pronkerand member old Kd Thomas place. Rutgersand ;
    New River Preclncta trict Two (South Starke) and If Marirloben ready now. ; '
    to the will of the Liemorratlo Voter elected I will serve the County asa IIAINS POULTRY FARM. \,
    In the Frlmarlen In May whole to -the best of my ability. 3-10 StpKiHt :, 1 ::
    The vote and active mippnrt. of I will greatly' appreciate. your vole

    the votera In the district are e.arneHtly and support on May 3.Kespectfully. 2AI.Jo--On.. Hi H. P. Fair.

    _ solicited and I promise Ifelected banks-Morse lit I
    iras engine
    _ 0" C
    to J. E. BROWN 11k'
    discharge the duties of centrifugal :
    pump one water tank II, : I: : ,
    the office In a fair and Impartial nil In first clasH condition. Call 51
    "011 SCHOOI
    manner tltTPI.nlNTNNlnST at Fred Carlton's uj,
    cor. Westmore
    -M. O. }IARflEfL.i : I .hereby announce my candidacy land Lafayette Sts. 3-17 : 0
    i for the office of Hupitrlnteiideiii of. / ::
    _ - -'-
    von ('O'fi'l'r"' '"..:. nlt'r.I! t .'u hilt, Instruction subjevt to the .Zfl DU. PtmpLK HULL riuu :
    t hereby announce my ramlldiiry will of the Dnmocratli voters in pea teeth for CROWDKR. .,, : ,
    for the office. of ConKtahU of r>lB. the Miv 1'.1r11111'I..... I feel that my fZ|,, old IWa.dln.true variety ,r ttIII
    _ _ trlot No. I cnmprlxlnv the voting litany yearn of experience( In schoolwork ; Wahlo. 3-17 4. lIt I fuiul: u
    Preclncta of I twtey, North Ktarke uiuu| ". hify! me to administer the Sip

    I ,, and Houth Htxrke. auhjert to the diitlvM nf this office In a fair andefficient WANTED: TO ADOPT white baby .:;: '
    I will of the pemocratlc Voter In manner, I shall greatly about one and ,i',
    year a
    he Primaries In May. npprm-lHle your vote and active half old. If nnl..k of
    The vote and active mipport nf support child home
    noedlns please notify
    t all PemncratH In saul Dlmrlct are ArtTHirn n. MCRAR.Fllll :. ItllbyVhltt. \
    t enrnealljr solicited and. I prnmlne. atarke, Fla. ftp There'! enemy in our midat-a creeping, menace that/ aim8 and 'kUla-And it'a .goin's; bold
    ifelcte4. to dlxcharwe" the dutlm "IH'%" '" OMMIOMI4IMOKlllM : \V.\STI.r-ttn""n. to share. ride to take the

    I of the office, lit a tearless. and Im I wluli > .rli-t One to l.ittli. it.ifk.Ark.. leaving courage-of every clear-headed, clear-thinking citizen of Florida to.put this treacherous: foe to ront.
    partial manner. tn announce that T ": .
    am aramllilHte 32nd.-%lr.. W. P. :or ,
    S '-1. I* /SII.COX. for County Commissioner 311'.. ..;ffl. :Miner, Lawtey.Hendrlck care Itp Ix.hs': , ..

    . S rrnm IXslrict. .. Owe. I am a lifeIons ------ -- ,.# .iVENEREAL 'DI3EASE-SYPHILIS. 'AND RIJ '
    Foil fO" HTAHI.K "1'I'r. 1 ; resident. of Bradford\ County .'itt 8AUR-Lady's wedding rfnflrT QONP ', .
    T hereby announce. niynelf u.. a iiml" feel i hut I nm well nniillf l.-cl; .1llaniK>nd princess style. 14 K. A.,1

    candidate(Stlirk.. f for,turt Constable.v and 1lIIh.nntsut'ject I'l..lrlct I .I.. v-.s.."....1'on-..-.. ....this.. ..--..Important..- . -, Hoard.. ,Platinum.! 175.-MlnH Melba Kins: .T.... _,..HI.. iIi__. "' _. ...A ....... '-f-tA _.._ ..___ i_ _1..__ _____ .L . . . -- ,
    ... n. 5..i5iV ",'pnel.,, your vote 47* Riverside Ave. Jacksonville.Itp ? ow. ?, ?._? ??& LAt9 iu IUllime- over record '
    me tragiC which
    t..lh.. ;..II'--.o-r' the.. Democratic ; ..u" Miiv 2 and :your active support! Pia.WANTkU. effort-the ,mars our state's contribution to tbl
    d1a24 voter In the primary elec- iliirinic the campaign. war nation's highest VD rate-we must act I r. I .

    'tE.IZ W Ion May. 2. 1C44.! I am experienced -C. F. CAtlTKIl.FOH Salesman collector '
    44 In nolle work havIng been employed .
    route man). Apply' Denmark
    u : In this capacity both In 1'"r"I'II".I"T: OK Furniture Co., Slarke, 3-17 3tpWANTED ; One thing we can do-must do-we must face this ins'ld'ioua!
    Stark and at famu" HIttndlnK. ard HI haiti: 1"11' (''''10'11 eriemyby giving; openhanded support to. our pub]

    ties If elected 1 will discharge the du. I hereby announce my candl- glrln. for sales counter lie health authorities and our public enforcement officer whoa: : duty it I la to. enforce thai
    of this office In a fair and lucy for $rlntendent| of ""bI1t'In..I..lIon and premium department. Alnocashier. preying evil measures against
    Impartial I
    manner. Your vote and of Bradford County. Short hours Pleasant -
    support will be really appreclal"I. '. Hi\vln. had ninny years experience : work Very good pay. Soldiers'wives .
    . -J. A. F1LI.YAV.vnn In business. ..manaRement I feel welcomed.I : Apply evenings
    S that 1 can fulfill the duties of. this at "The! :Milk Bottle'next Speak out-urge your neighbors and all friends
    to your to.lend their
    rntrxrv T X rOM.KCTOlt office In a manner that will he : Bradford fearless, ceaseless Insistent supporf to'tl
    County Telegraph Ofrlo. ,
    I hereby announce my randldary sn. I In factory In every way. If I ... tin campaign which must be waged for a cleaner, better S tate of Florida. '. '
    F to succeed' myself a* Tax (roller el.rte>1 I shall cooperate with the : : ., ;
    tor of Bradford County subject" to trustees and the school: hoard In 1.\Sn IN LEVY county. For sale ,:
    ; the Democratic primary to be heM, all thing that will ....
    provide a better hy owner, 294 acres cut ? Protect and yours-lnswtO
    May 2nd. 1944. I hare tried tnrender .d,,,'a linn anti facilities I for our land withoil lease (10 over you upon a blood test . .
    year at '
    'Ist von. faithful. hon- and ef. children. and will work at all tImesnr 12 60, per acre cash.Apply. Ctr.cit Don t. go,to a quack doctor or :
    flelent service. .... corner drug store for treatment
    . a* your Tax {'oll.tor. the general .welfare of our Court Clerk's Office, Starke, Consult ;...
    I earnestly solicit your VQIH County *'Ia.' 3.17 your family physician or go to a public health -
    i and support .n" 'If elected., I shall. I earnestly solicit the support. 4tp : clinic.
    : i continue to render you the same. of all 'cltlxeiin who want our thllIren TI'TOP.INCl! Northern high school '-. (' : .;
    service a. I have In the> past.rARfj tn have the benefit of the teacher, highly qualified will / .
    A. KNICIHT tH st education that. the resources tutor grammar Junior >
    . of our school board will permit High School students In high and Consult your family phys 'clan
    ) troll roi'vrr: JI'UCR Respectfully' Phone St-J. all subjncts. or go to afree clinic
    To my nianv friends nnd snflnorter (.F.o. B. FI.YNN. __: Itp .
    of Bradford County. I Wish IXMST
    somewhere In Hlarke. .
    to express my thanks for your. pant i\ rIRO"RT.. Hntnrnnit pack.age
    , containing ladles'. slips
    V support and announce my candi ( O"'WTF..O'IIII.1 m ('!'*''*'- hoy's. pajamas. Finder please. Sponsored By .
    . dacy for r..I..I'.n' a s County SEll: 1T. "0. i
    tify Mrs.
    ,I .5. Judas for another term. It l... my" 1". Organ (Iraniln, rtalntlff vs. Slept.. Camp F. O.Bland'ns.I'I<'lrl"".. X-Ray YOUR WAR-TIME HEALTH
    hope and desire to continue inserve Nadit" Kostnl.' Defendant. Case No. Up COMMITTEE FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH]
    the Brood veonle of the CiutnKr 391.1. '
    In and the same efficient roiirteouM.. oriDKR' OF1 Pf'BMPATlOV Vares Barber A shop* P black and E.wool Al- :! LOCAL'HEALTH DEPARTMENT UNITED <*
    economical manner a I have AND NnTTn APPEAR trousers. and rose STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SER |
    In the. past and ask for your. continued STATR OP Ff-OlltPA to: MIsK Please. return to E. Alvarez skirt. -
    1 support and vote In Na..i\n noslnl. Bar-
    %: Mrs. VltnrIJa Ho.slnl her
    lIyh" Shop and receive
    S coming' nrhnarr election In (Mother Znhlace., Dalmatla. reward ItpFOII W. M. Edward ThU
    Qualifications, character and experience Country of Yugoslavia.. AdverUvement _Paid For By I. BAh
    "AI.-1\I'C'nrfl'\'ck' Dr.
    of candidates' should d... YIMI are equlred,, to appear. on tivator with all riding cul. ChaiPlllAa
    termlne for whom you east your April 10. 19... In the above necessary equipmsnt
    I named ; 1-horse plow; also double THE U." Off"*
    vote In nnr election. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff stick plow.-J. B. Prevatt. O. CLUBS OF STARKE Health
    I h r .Sine I have beep your County neeks divorce Bradford County ton. "!, .n Hamp ltp


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