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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: April 14, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Aunt Ida Hagan Would "Walk A Mile" Waste Paper Capt. Thomson Gives Rofarians Vivid PictureOf I Peeping Tom'

)pe Revived To Do Her Bit For .A Worthy CauseAunt Magnitude Of War In South Pacific


Ida Hagan a lively little the welfare of the people. It may Drive ResumedBy Firsthand Information ,' comforts that mean so much In Gets A Load
jr Housinglief old lady of 68, walked Into the be soliciting funds for the Red Ing the war In the South Pacific I faraway places. "When we return

Red Cross office the other day Cross It may be taking a Jar was given to (the Rotary Club from a mission the Red

and planked $70 down on the of her prize pears to a friend Wednesday by Capt. Wm. H. CraMs girls are right there with I
> Here desk. She did it with decision who Is Ill, or campaigning for tha 4-H Club Thomson who Is enjoying a brief coffee and doughnuts and even Of Hot LeadAt

and p rid i e.. And rightfully so. "right" man near election time furlough In Starke with his wife help us out with otir equipment,"

That stack of dimes and dollaf. In fact Aunt Ida Hagan's and, son .after having completed! I Capt Thomson said. Another
n e ball Is definitely rollingin represented the generosity of the neighbors say that when babies The waste paper drive will bo 28 bombing missions In the New Important service performed by least one "peeping Tom" got t

in a three-year-loflg fight community of Theressa towardthe arrive or folks are needy . resumed by chairman L. T. Dyer Guinea theatre of operations the Red Cross' In to make things what was coming to him Tuesday

fcbtaln some sort of temporary 1944 Red Cross War Fund when wedding bells ring or there'sa and his 4-H Club boy' beginning Capt Thomson, who wears the as pleasant as possible for the night when Sgt. Edward Freemanlet .
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sing project for this bulging.t plus a convincing salestalk and a wreath on the door, line's this week and the cooperation Distinguished Flying Cross the men when t they go on much- lead.go with a shot gun full of ,

ihe-seams t+ Army camp area. good many miles of trudging on "Johnny-on-the-spot1, doing what of everyone Is asked.. Air Medal and two stars, representing needed loaves after a certain number ,
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b, \V. Mann, representing the the part of Aunt Ida. she can to help folk. out. Waste paper Is urgently needed two major campaign, of hours flying. "The Red his tt. Freeman who lives with I I'
lonal Housing ,Authority office She brushed aside as Insignifi- Aunt Ida has lived alone for by the government and everyone modestly omitted any reference to Cross Bees that we get a nice wife !In the home of Mrs. R. P.Dampier \,
In Starke Satur"resurveying" hU. own exploits, except when directly room arrange a program of activities at 320 S. Thomson street, I I I
Atlanta waa cant the fact that she had walked many years in her large, epic and should save every piece of paper,
condl t Ion" over winding sand rood> through! span house Its windows always Mr. Dyer says. He and hU 4-H questioned, but hla dlllc...... and help to keep us from cauht! the peeper, also a Camp f
left withI lon of the general plan of the being gypped by the natives" Blanding sergeant, looking: In a
e and the Impression miles of pine woods to the small, hung with crisp, white curtains: Club boys will collect' the paperevery window of the
Dampier home, "!
that this com- South Pactlflc campaign gave! Ro- Capt.. Thomson said I
I officials was and surrounded by gardens of Friday afternoon and Sat.
scattered homes In the Theressa He
called threw time to
Lilty could expect some sort of to collect that vegetables and flowers. She does! urday morning. tarlans! a vivid picture of the The speaker also stressed tho the soldier -
community money to but ,
atop, when he continued :
i.f, although no definite com- from the "homefolks", each of all her own gardening, raising Those having waste paper tremendous Job that Mill remains Importance of mail to the men to -
run, fired I
a shot which }
ments were made. much of the food for her own to be done In that area. overseas.. Gifts are appr..clated.he .
whom she considers her neighborand should nave It In bundles or boxes sent the to the hos .
almost four 'years-since table left to Capt. Thomson, a bombardier stated, but a good, cheerful, peeper post J
|For friend. A few were able to> yet having enough so It can be handled. Mr. Dyer
construction work start- divide friend, OH 1B2" (Liberator) did not newsy letter means more than pital.Van
first give dollars; In fact, Aunt Ida with urges that !it be! kept clean and I
at Blanding In the' fall of walked two miles to see one man Aunt Ida grows grapes for 'no trash or refuse mixed with it underate the quality of the Jap- anything else.. He stated that H. Garden, a neighbor, : !

10 -Starke has been Incapable and solestalked him Into a $20 "Jell", carefully preens her pear, and not crumpled. Those who anese planes or pilots, stating because of irregularities In the accompanied Freeman uptown to r r I IPollee. i
with Its housing prob- and trees that that both men and equipmentwere delivery of mall, each letter shouldbe report the shooting to Military
(coping contribution, but In most cases, pecan pomgranate have paper or boxes are asked to .
to secure '' treats for herself of the best, He held out no complete In itself, and They notified officials
attempt unex-
i and every of them provide tasty have them ready Friday afternoon -
she said, "It was good
Urnment or other outside aid .' .I and her neighbors. But best of or Saturday morning. hope for an early end to the plained references should not be at damp Blanding and the soldier '
to give a dime or a quarter
k been shunted up a blind alley. these. all she loves the old fashioned war and stated that 'our bent made to Incidents contained in 4 was picked up as he enteredthe I
bit Is
leas for help were usually meth every" appreciated 'I white roses that climb near her hope of victory lay In trying to previous letter that may or may West Gate.

the unsympathetic reply that days. door. Like Aunt Ida "they've Red Cross Fund cut off Japanese shipping rather not have reached the soldier Carden, whose home Is In thin
But Aunt Ida Is like that. A than to recapture all the lost islands neighborhood where, peepers have
Idlers' families are largely re- been there a long, long time" Capt. Thomson stated l that over- I .
overcrowded native Bradford Countlan. she Is one by one. become a peal menace, says that
bnsible for your adding a hardy yet a pleasant
seas makes the
duty -
hditlons and there is no set-up Intensely and constructively Interested sweetness to the community of High praise for the Red Crows men appreciate they have plenty of ammunitionleft :
The Totals $10,030 was sounded by Capt. Thomson this country more than ever out that way for any otherpeepers :
housing of that sort. In any project aimed at Theressa.
t and families of soldiers ---- who stated that the workers are before and that they all want to they catch 1 In the vicinity 1 I,
vei! i "right up at the front" with tho retur nto find things just as they f ye
ouldn't be there, anyway.. They Harris Children Bradford County's Red Cruse men providing the many little were when they went away. e
uld stay at home.. Senator Pepper War Fund Is right at the $10,000 Youth
---- -- Program I
Inut the fact ia that they ARE Out Of Danger mark, Chalrntan' Nut Sternberg
been here fore week Council Discusses Leaking Gas Tank
|re. they have announced this and the effort

past three years and they will Speaks Here Jeannette Harris, 6, and Betty will not rbe stopped until Drainage Problems Causes Truck Fire Plans
.ntlnue to be here as long as Harris, 4, children of Sir.. and every adult In'' the county ha Mapped !

Imp Blanding Is here. So Starke Mrs. Buddy Harris of Starke, are been given oppoituplty" to con- Drainage conditions In the city, Efficient operation on the part I r rP

pasty owners set about turning U. S. Senator Claude Pepper reported to be Improving after In- tribute. '* ... brought forcibly to the attention of the Staike fire department Using forethought to prevent '

tics, garages and every spare brought his campaign for reelection -I, juries received In an automobile Congratulations! are In order of citizens during recent days of 1 prevented the explosion of three the national scourge of juvenile
bt of space Into sleeping qual'while to Starke Monday morning I 4. according to Mrs. W. R. Mora, ,, tanks holding an entimate.l. 75 delinquency from coming I to
accident on April According almost constant rain were a primary -
became
4 their nerves speaking to a gathering that ; ;chairman: of outlying districts, to '! gallons of gasoline and l possible Starke, public spirited citizens
bzzled from the constant buz- frequently Interrupted his speech to visitors to the Alachua County the, town of Lawtey for makinga problem of members of the I; spread of flames to nearby buildings ! have taken steps toward the formation ,
fig bell Even !"No Hospital :Monday, Betty, whose City Council at a regular meeting '
of door with applause. genuine effort to meet Il.sVal' when It extinguished a raging of a Youth Program designed -
cancy" signs failed to stop the that he has Injuries were less severe Is almost Fund quota of 1000. A totalof of the group held Tuesday fire in a Swift packing house to keep teen age groups
tntlc seekers. "We saw Answering charges ready to be discharged, but evening In City Clerk Carl I
room man" Senator $781.18 has been raised to truck in front of the Jail on constructively employed during+
Roosevelt -
been a "yes ,
Vac sign, but we thought you that In :' Jeannette will be confined to the date and the good work will continue office. JOhnS'1 Temple avenue Sunday, The call leisure hours; this summer
stated
Ism. possibly have forgotten toIke Pepper his ha been every cast hospital for several weeks longer until the goal Is leached. The Council voted to was received at 6:07: p. m. Rev George C. Powell, under
Instance vote >
: I' No charges were preferred drainage tile to provide
it down, they apologized whose tutelage much of the
convic- Additional returns from outly. Wiring and upholstery. In the pro-
according to his honest
it looked Stanley Noegel, owner, or outlet for water In sections of'
Several months ago against has been I
gram arranged, met recently -
[ stated' that wouldbe ing districts I n c I ude Brooker truck was destroyed but motor
tions and we
toIt Miss Jewell Harben, driver of the the city where the need !Is gieat-
I If Starke at long last was for a second time with the
much farther along toward (white) $27410 (Incomplete) and and cargo saved' Chief R, C.
the housing project, but Just car that figured In the accident. City Council to present tentative
if there $15 (colorotiu* eatAlso Bufoul! SHld yesterday. The fir.
the wartoday
,
everything rtfeerneff( an "set winning The children were Injured while l because oI' the tinusualamount plant for the project and to an-
of the The additions were was caused by leaking gun tank.
following
and had been more support seated In the rear end of a truck of ruin last week the
nothing went wrong again nounce the names of committee }
President on the part of Con- made this week to the list of The truck, driven by P. J. Wor-
tiers were right back where parked at the curbing on Went council found it necessary to revise of i>embers who have agreed< to aid "
ley, was out Ocala.
and less obstructionism large contributors: Hal Edwards
py started from. gressmen Madison St. Miss Harben stated a decision made at the suggestion with the program. \,
that R. R. The II $73 Cecil This the 15th tho cluIhrtment i
Senator Pepper charged $100. e was run / -
I This time, with a sympathetic that she was blinded by the sun of Foster Shl Smith at a The Council voiced its unanimous -
and "Republlcrats"those Whitehead $50 (all Lawtey) and! ban had since the first
ministration now in charge at Republicans causing her to run Into the truck meeting two weeks ago at which approval of tile set up and
Imp Blanding It Is believed that ( who call themselves Demo- Mrs. Harris, mother of the American Tung Oil Company $50 time It was agreed to clone LakeSt. of the year. There were six promised moral and financial

I me type of relief housing crats but at heart lean towar-1 children, on whose affidavit Mls (Brooker), ., back of the school. Since runs! and two practices In March support of the plan. i'

IlGHT become a reality-even If the Republican Party) had raiseda I Harben and Noegel were held following Anyone wishing to make an ad- the condition of other roads In coating the city 'a total of $70. The Executive Committe of the

|ur years late huge "slush fund" In an effort the accident, stated that : ditional con t rlbutlon to help the vicinity makes It necessary Youth Organization Is made up of

to bring about" his defeat. He she would not press charges providing Bradford County reach Its $15,300 to put the road to use, the Council Smith Reappointed six adults chosen from and by a

cautioned voters, however, that hospital expenses of the quota may do so by contacting made the request that Lake larger croup o f representative
As BHS
rmy Couples unless they want to lose another children were taken care of. Chairman Sternberg. street be blocked only I during Principal citizens and a similar number of

our State PrisonA peace and be thrown back into school hours. Foster Slit Smith received young people, elected by member

another World War 20 years from Knights Purchase Mrs. Carrie WynnFuneral Acting on the proposal of Rev. reappointment a s Principal of of a younger group of fifteen,
bus load of young married now they had better send back' George, C. Powell head of the Bradford Elementary and High who had been selected previouslyby

uples went to the State Prison to Congress men who will sup- Gay Property services for Mrs Carrie newly organized Youth Council, School for the 1944-45 term of teachers. ,

arm on Thursday, April'6 liSeclal port Roosevelt in his peace plans Thomas Wynn, 56 lifelong regarding the allowance of a sum school by a unanimous vote at a Those! named to this committee ,
guests of Rev..Leslie Sh(]p- rather than obstructionists and Miv and Mrs. S. G. Gay, who resident. of Bradford County will' of money sufficient for the main- regular monthly meeting of the were Mayor Charles Darby, Foes

rd and Mrs. W G. Strlngfel- Isolationists who will defeat the have been residents of Stai'ke fo. )e conducted Friday afternoon at talnance of a paid staff to aid Board of Public Instruction In ter Shl Smith, C, H. Nasworthy

w. After a tour of the prison peace Just as they did for 'Woodrow the past two years, left recently! 2 o'clock at Long Bridge Church. with recreational act Ivlty for the courthouse Monday Mrs. Sue Uateman, Mrs.' D. P.

box: supper was enjoyed. Wilson."I for Winter Haven to make then Interment will be In the, Sapp young people during their vacation Other business! transacted at Carpenter and Rev. Charles! Allen

Those attending were: Clyd Senator Pepper exposed the home. \ Their son, W. A. Gay. Cemetery Mrs. Wynn was the from school thin summer, tho:! the meeting consisted primarilyof from the adult group and Billy

11 Bonnie Hurst Frank and shameful appeal to race prejudicethat formerly employed here with the daughter of May Renfroa Wynn Council agreed to cooperate with the hiring of Instructors and Colion, Bobby Turner, Virginia .

l dy Reichert, Kurt and France he said his enemies are pro- Bradford Abstract Co., has been and the late W. J. Wynn. Sho 'the' project by sharing the expense custodians to serve In the school Sewell, Merry Beth Knight, Bobby

llenbogen, Charlelg and Frances moting by d 1 a t rlbutlon of % working In Winter Haven for was a resident of Hampton. equally with the Board of system during the coming school Biggs and Marian Brown representing !'

riffin Robert and Rose Marls: "blackmail sheet" showing photo- some time. She Is survived by her husband / Public Instruction and the Boardof year. I the younger crowd. '

1Y, Betty Wolfson. and Harrl- graphs of Pepper speaking at a Col. and Mrs. D. I K. Knight Carl Charles Wynn; three County Commissioners If those Recommendations for teachers The original adult council of
te Mann Jack and Dolores Wl!- the con.listing find I the arrangement which Mr Powell Is head Is
meeting of colored people on purchased the Gay property, sons. Alvin F. and Wllllard E.. groups In Stai'ke schools were approved
inson, Charles and Mary Lou West Coast The true facts in of a modern block bungalow both of the U. 8. Coast Guard, satisfactory follows Miss Pearl made up of representative from
unanimously as :
homas, Beatrice Zletz, Bill and the case, the Senator stated, are of five rooms, located In the and John C., U. S. Army, serving They took this stand In the Lewis, Mrs. Evelyn Rltch, Mrs. various groups Inc lading the
churches, school
ue Holzman Jim and Faye Lawy. that he went to California to southeast part of town. There la overseas; two brothers, Jesse I matter. ; Clerk Johns explained yesterday Ethel Blggx, Mas. Alys Joy Gans, and USO Clubs civic In groups the community., ,

Chester and Ruth Brown, Rayd speak in behalf of a Democratic also a three-room cottage on the Thomas of Palatka and James J. because the Council feels V. R, Fer guaon, Miss MadaeMiddleton Mr. Powell's also
appointment received -
\ Frances Burgess, Claire an.l candidate for Congress. "At the premises, and the entire property Thomas of Lake Butler, and one that the Youth project la a responsibility Mrs. James Maxwell the approval of Governor ,I

orothy Johnson Catherine, conclusion of my talk, a groupof brought $ ,OOO. sister Mrs ,(. C. Barry of Jacksonville of the school and'the Mis. Cora Johnson Mrs. Ellen Holland who Is favoring the Instigation

earl!, Woman's Program Dlree- negro citizens asked me to The place U now rented to Mis. Wynn was a member county, an well as the City of Law, Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Edna of Youth Organization'

>r and Julius Thorn, Director.The come to their church and make a Pfc. and Mrs. John Kafree. of the Christian Church Starke. Prevail, Mrs. Einestlne. McRae of this type throughout the state.

trip was sponsored by the brief patriotic talk. I accepted, Mis_ R. F Uemorest Mrs. Rosa Mr.. Powell told< the Council that
I. Jacks and Jllls Club of tho that It was my duty to
believing I Cook. Mrs H. B. Warren, Mrs arrangements had been made with
S,O. Club at Temple and Wash- Inspire members of the black race Lucille Brown Mrs. Willie Mae S. A. Weldon for the use of his t

>;ton Sts. A short business to their responsibilities In the LEX GREENFor 'Denton. Airs George And erson, bowling alley one night each week

u-eilng( was held after the trip War. All of my ancestors for : Mrs. Grace O borne, Mrs. Ethel and with W M. Edwards for use

which time it was decided to 200 years back were born U Sewell, Miss Mae Herlong, Mrs. of the Armory for certain gather

ave a Spaghetti Supper and Dixie and burled In the sacred Ruble Mae Perkins Mrs. Alice ings of the young people. E. h

lame Night on Thursday, April soil of the South. My record In of, by and for the People Evans, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs.' Charles Marotta, director of the

3. The committee chosen fore behalf of white supremacy Is Joela Thorn Mrs. Thelma Cooper USO-NCCS, has also agreed to

supper was; Mrs. Rose Kay, well l known," Senator Pepper HIS COVENANT and A. W, Bates. contribute the use of the club

lialrman; Mrs. Harriette Mann, stated. L. R. Gainey was engaged as buildings for various projects of
Ira Mary Lou Thomas: Mrs. Finley Moore Speak 'p .. Nlna. woe sad p..".. tlrntnrr mule rlnhlx and ....-.1 self Janitor of the Brooker Junior the new organization. School

'Jorothy Johnson; Mrs. Brown.France Shortly after the conclusion o.Pepper's 2. fulrrn-est.KiiulOh mid just (...11.... :>' .....1.1..1 <.". I,:........,.. High School at a salary of J65a trustee have also offered the
ursess and Mrs. Ruth speech Finley Moore. month and) H. C. Green as jani- facilities of one school buildingto
All soldier couples' are cordl- la candi a. Rtpantl and ...".1<>. KlorlUn1. |ud...trlal l and all ....... r*- :
Lake City man who a ."a...-, tor of Hampton Elementary the group.
Hy Invited to attend these meet. U. S. :Senate; arrived School at a 'monthly of I The council was also favorable
the wage
date for .flu 4 kmpr ..,....10". llr..... .....
nga. In town and spoke In behalfof B. .luKllr '..... mumlllr. for lnd.>lrr and l..b..r-.ndrr..l..dl.>K. $10C. toward the reconstruction of ten- ;
The Board a>o agreed to pay nis courts on the .school ground
his candidacy. ... ..........
', Mofnrlrad and lh r Hid far nil ""v r
aptists To Hear Frank Norman $50 for bus repairs back of the buildings and are considering -

MinisterThe At The TabernacleFriday ". .ttrttmltrlr.."/......,. -pie.C."per Federal moalfc r.prnnlun.... for .for................a>fait|>..
isiting H. llal. aalarlra of apnowl t.......... HraKh ................ A gaged to assist with the complete of money which may bo, used for
night the Rev. Nicholas sailed ..1..1.... overhauling of all school buses salaries of a full time worker and

Deacons of the Baptist ...... ....... K4 mfloitalItf. this summer at a salary of $6 a assistants to direct the Youth
hurCh Daniels, pastor of the p. <'arrr ..! ....ma>..< n Kl rl
through their chairman George 4'.url6 day, program which Is to begin at the

*. J.. Thomas, announce that thee First Baptist Church, Chrisman, nand.. 'road. Develop .......rrlsl ntlatl..... l/...lo. onrl.< lr* * '. U. E. Reid, pastor of theIr 111., will bring the message at .
Level ChurchIn
" t Baptist Church. Lake Worth! Tabernacle. He will be Pine
The 4i A TBOK: AND TRIED SERVANT!: OF TIIK PEOPI.K Now Gunners Mate
for the past 12 years, will bu ., atslsted by his wife a talented the absence of the pastor, t ,

? eat preacher at t h. Starke musician. WEIGHED IN THE BAIANCKANO: FOUND NOT WANTINO the Rev. W. K.!: Hall, the pulpitof Charles I* Dlnklna. Gunner'a '

Baptist Church on Sunday April The ,11th Anniversary Service the Pine Level Baptist Church ; Mate 2-c, U.SNR., recently concluded
16. The Deacons urge all mem- last Friday night vyaa 'well at- THE EMERGENCY: IS TOO GRAVE FOR EXPERIMENT: will be filled, Sunday April 23, a visit with his parents,

hers to attend worship services tended'and the fine group of 23 ForGOVERN C by the Rev. Louis Entzmlnger, Mr and Mrs. P. L. Dlnklrw.

on that day. children who participated In the LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED: AND WORTJIIT D. D.. president of the South "Dink" has Just completed- a gunnery -: I
The pastor, the Rev. A. E. program showed talent and trainIng 0 R TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR eastern Baptist Bible Seminary of course In Washington D. C.

Lightfoot will be out of the city in their parts. Jacksonville. His subject Sunday He entered the Naval Reserve! In\

Preaching la the pulpit of the Corbin Carnell of Ormond came ExperiencedWorthyQualifiedSincere morning will be, "The Cost ofDil1c1pleshlp' 1940 and graduated from Robert)) i t

Brentwood Baptist Church Jack-call up for the service and gave a HE HAS KEPT TilE FAITH .. He will also preach E. Lee High School Jacksonville,,, i
"onvllle. He haa.accepted a talk as part of the WITH YOUr 1938.
there and will leave .Starke *on very effective AND HE WILL KEEP FAITH Sunday evening. I tin ,

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t leases, served ginger ale, sand Parole Board, for Baton Rouge, at the Rotary dinner.Mr. I City. I
1.j. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH wlches and cookies A nice army La., where they will attend the and Mrs Chas, M. Turne;'. Mrs. George Manassa and YOU CAN ft
of garments made for Willa Jean Southeastern Prison Parole Con- jr.lnd daughter Joanna of daughter. Celia left Mondayfor REAL
Khtahllnhed", 1877 Smith, of the Methodist Orphanage vention which will be In session: Jacksonville and Mis. Newton I RELIEF
who Is sponsored by the club, there all this week. and children Patriciaand their home In Atlanta, after
E. /. Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner were on display. < Miss Roberta Whitfield went to Tuiney Diana Jean of Columbia, Ian extended visit with their parents I [ Itmn ACID

KUIHCKIPTION KATE Gainesville Saturday to take Coon., have arrived for a visit Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- ,,,, INDIGESTION
\{'. M. U. MEETING ami nations for the State I with :Mr. and Mrs C. M. Tur fellow.
Yearly, '1.1.1; Six Month, $1.00 eX-I' I i
Circle Thieo of the State Baptist Scholarship. ney.

rublirth'd'e..kly on ril' at the Post Office at Starke, Florid. I I Tuesday, by Mrs. J. H. Hundley, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. received a cable from their .son, -D I Ii
c41?, 13 members attending. R. M. Rivers at Keystone. Heightsand a Paratrooper telling of his safe SIGNO'AO'"
Mills! Dorothy Rivers of Keystone arrival In England.Mrs. .
FLA. STATE FARM EGO: HUNT PICNIC The Military Married Couples Heights was: their guest J. M. Hembree Is entertaining 'i 666
School Easter
By. E. It. (Jou'It'rE.STEIt hunt The ncheduled Sunday for the K. H. Cox egg, Club of the Starke USO Club Monday night, her cousin Mrs. Daniel I L i USE Carpenter's'
I'.U.I'NTMonday : spacious lawns was Interferedwith made a tour of the Prison Thurs- E. A. Bradshaw of Jacksonville Boone, and little son, of Panama 666 TA8LEIS.SALVLNOSEDROPS. Drug SAble s s.Jv sf

Prison by the Inclement weather day evening, after which a picnic Naval Base spent the Easter -- ....
at the
night Sunday( afternoon, but was Rwltchf lunch was enjoyed iD the park I weekend here with his family.Mr. I
Auditoilum a very beautiful pageant ., tn I 11.a r"nmmllnl C1..h! Hnuae About 30 couples were piesent.KltlD . and Mrs. John Randall
was given by a group of In:- where, ; '''the children' -enjoyed- --a K PARTY and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Filth I Aids for Spring Clepning i

mates. The stagIng was beautiful novel indoor hunt. Pilzeaweie of Jacksonville were guests of iI
:Mrs. J. M. Hembiee gave a
and showed much talent Between given those who found the most Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 Randall Sun-
pretty bridge party Thursday aft-
t' the Bcenes, several ap- eggs In each grade, after which ernoon to eight friends. Her decorations day. < \. / .Great Savings This Week in Our Household
prnpilate rendered lelrexhments of colored
Deft
were
songs by punch were curried out in Mia H. L. Parker Is spendingthis
,I inmates ass)1M ted by ChaplaIn eggs and cookies, were enjoyed blight" Master colois. Pap Shepherd and a negro choir gave by all.CLI'B. cloths with Easter fancies were relatives. \ /
r a several splrltunls very beautifully.A / Mrs. Edward Biinson' of Fern- i
MEIiTINtTuesday.: used on the tables and favors
collection wan taken to asulat were small baskets holding va....- andlna spent Sunday night with
with a fund to be used for buildIng afternoon the regular
( colored candy After the Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams. Lay
egg
a chapel for all denominator meeting of the Community Club' Mrs. Hembree served iCd Mr. and Mrs. R. S. C. Mart- 'TT'5Quantity
games
Over 100 persons from the was: held, After the business cream and cake. ling of Melrose were guests of
n F '81'11and In close proximity were meeting! Mrs Chan. Turney sang Mr and Mrs.* M, E. diner, Sat-
'neaent. Much praise It. dun "TKe Holy City" and "The Roadto Field Executive of the Bjy urdiy and Sunday. 77'I 1
I
AC I ;iiaplaln Shepherd for hit efforts. Mandalay", accompanied by Scouts, Harry C. Bi'ahm and Mrs. Rev. and) Mrs William Wilsonof ... Rights Reserved
Mrs Guests
: Turney. of the aft
Jacksonville dinner guest
einoon were Mr. and Mis. Chad Brahm of Palatka were supper Sunday of Mr. and were Mrs. Linwood Prices Good Thru Saturday, April 15
I
Mrs Robert RobliiHori Is a Turney of Jacksonville, Mrs. New guests of Chaplain and Mrs. L. Watts.
., guest for the week of Mr. and ton Turney of Columbia Conn., A. Shepherd Monday night after Mr. and Mrs J B. Stricklandof Ask for Special Circular Ad- -
t :Mrs. J L. Robinson. and Mis. Daniel Doone of Panama which they attended'tbe Pageant. Palatka were Easter guests of vertising Scores: of House 3 3 Bleach Qt 8
,yf ? H. M Rlchaide. 18 a business City. Mrs. A. M. Rlchaide This community as weli as Rai- their parents, Mr. and Mrs An- bold. Insecticide. Cleaning 1l2'
t visitor In Tallahassee.! and Mrs. Morgan Rlchurde, host ford has sustained a lose !In the gus Davis. Bargainsi!

ts. i removal of the Atlantic CoastLine Mr. and Mrs. M, C. Roberts Makes Glass Sparkle. Kleer Flex GlasslUecner
station agent, H. K. Jen- visited 1 Mrs. J. R. Hardee In Reduces dirt to nothing!
Windex 6-oz 13cWright's
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD kins and family to Inverness Mr. Gainesville Sunday. Zero Qt 15c 16-oz 10e
Jenkins has always been so L. A. went
WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT 1 obliging and accommodating to Chaplain Shepherd Old Dutch Silver Pure Spirits of Gum
CONTAINER .CORPORATION OF AMERICA everyone, a good worker in his to Gainesville Tuesday to speak Cleanser 2 for 15c ,Cream 8-oz Jar 19c Turpentine pt 2J<

s church and a highly dependable
FERNANDINA FLA.
citizen. We are glad, however, VOTE FOR Sunbrite Standard Plain !Kitchen Kleener
: of his good fortune in securing Amore Cleanser can 5c Mops each 15c Mops 8-oz wt. 29c
III"iJIbIIIII' ",/"""""i'IHHIIIn' "iiiwMiiiimiiiiraiiwuuii: / Miiiuiiuwmi' ii'uI 011InInuii1'N' IU iTiii' llullllulII, IIIIIIIIIIUIIIII'IIWlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIpIlllllllllll' '!,'' '' l lCHURCH ',j lucrative position and wish AND ELEJT
Octagon
OF CHRIST them well In every way. New Improved Cleans without scouring_
Supt. L. F. Chapman left Mou- MELVIN B.FUTCH. Cleanser 2 for 9c Dl'PI'Ogal 33c Soni-FIush large 1kParson's
+ ; Aubrey Mercer Minister witn'seveial
i day members of the
1 HouseholdAmmonia Penn Champ,Cedar & Lemon Fur.
1 SUNDAY: 10:00 A. M.Bible Study Penn Champ Self( Polishing riot::

; ,t t 11:00: A. M. and.7:30: P. M. Preaching and YourCOUNTY qt 19c Polish 2O-oz bot 19c Wax: 2 pints 49t
'
elk Ir! Communion. I *
SCHOOLSUPERINTENDENT New Pack
Bulk
r, WEDNESDAY:' 7:30 P. M.\ Kingan's Reliable Skinless'
: -Prayer Meeting.
I J , Every Visitor A Welcome Guest ELECTED I Saner Kraut 3 Ibs 25c I Wieners: ib 29c
'f -- Il III '"u !n!.'iI I'j' --,a':2!lmIlnIIW!!!!!'..'! '''''InnW''''' '' ,lmm'' ''?"l_nl,,__I1'' nl _"_I'iluu,'" ",'II, I"!WpIIWIIIIUII'Wnaao" ''i'''''''' '''' 1'' I 1 ,'i""""IhIIV''', '" So' ? (

Lovatr's Grade A Tendera/ MI. Vermont Northern Headiest

FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE BEEFBaking The best your money Pan Fish
can buy grade A
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES Tips Short Rindlesa.

Ribs Ib 19c 2 Ibs 25c C
; ? FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Ii39c
,
'J1
z
Lean, freshHamburgeribZS
; PLEASE PHONE 147 k Yellowtail

Select BeefBrains : |\ Jack Spratl Grade BBACON Snapper Ib J5<

Small (Large Ib 23c.:
4 0 UNION BUS STATION tb 15c Mallet Ib 19c

a LACY CONWAY_ Agent r Sliced Beefllvor Spanish
|b 3 3
Ib 35c C
Mackerel 32c
I 'I Temple Are. Starke Florida I. ,
Fresh Cut BeefTongues Georgia CuredSmoked Florida RoeShad
I Ib 29c Ib 23c
Bacon ib 23c
Veal Breast Whole SaltMallet

DRY CLEANINGTAILORING Slew Ib 19c Western Streak 0' Ian Ib 21c
Whole FloridaWhiting
Shank half whole Pork White aeon ib 19c tb lOc
; ; Quick Service High Quality 'Work Hants Ib 31c
== S-lbs. & under Fancy Whole Salt
Roasting
a'dn, I Z/j-S'/a-lb. size
I
Whole PorkShoulders Ib 55c
Roe
F' Chickens ib 47 forstewingjb 42
NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. BAKER Ib 27 No Bone-Filet of
Pork Best grade, In cartons. Pure Sole Ib 5Sc

and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors A Life-Long Resident of Hocks Ib 15c Lard 1-lb 17c 2-ib 33CPork Georgia CuredHAMS
PHONE GOVERNOR This County, Well Qualified Sliced PorkLiver
135
315 TEMPLE AVE. i
and Experienced for
e Ib 19c Feet, Ears Ib 12c
* *
the Job.
STARKE, FLORIDA ,,.
Paid roUUeal' ade.rtlsem.nS Meaty Spare Pork Neckbones 2 Ibs 15c
-. Ribs Ib 19c Pork Tails Ib 15 Brains Ib 19c ib '33c



't ;I\, I Have a Coca-Cola =

: (WHAT GIVES, PAL?) Points! CannedPEflS t / i CITRUS BY THE POUND''

Juicy Sw..l Florida

) H --- II 'Oranges Pound 6c

Milton Early June Jolty Florida

Tender you'll Early like this Tune PeasE Grapefruit Pound 5c

_
Brand. No 2 can-
.lit U S. 1 Maine
Our FavoriteNicely
'
Graded 3-Sieve Potatoes 10 Ibs 29c C
Peas are these under
_ "Our Favorite" Label.13 e
.. No. 2 can- Fancy Texas Fancy Florida

County Kist Carrots bunch 6c Celery 2 stalks 15<

County Kist are selected Calif
sweet Tender Peas. No I]e Avocado [Idaho Russett-Mesh Sack-
2 can- Pears each 15c Potatoes 10-lbs 57(

n l Glenn Valley Fancy Canadian California Snowball

when You'll you buy buy a bar9ainl3 Rutabagas- pound 4c Cauliflower Ib -151

I Ia 2 Valley"' 4-Sieve C Standard Tomato
can- Silver Wings
Green Giants Juice 46-oz
can 23c Plain or Sell-BUT,
I Those great big tender
Peas famous Green 16c Vacuum Packed Glass Jars Enriched Flour
Giants, No. 2 Sib s. 10-lbs. 20-b
Valley Prime canBosea.. coffee, Ib 33c: 99'
28cPillsburys 53c
PeaS. no 2 can 12c Sunmatd SeedlessRaisins

? Blue Heaven: i s-oz Pkg 13'/C

PeaS no 2 can 12c
; Billow Brand Flaked Best Enriched fop
Legion Black Eye For Guaranteed BolusPeas ,
Fish 15-oz can 25C
no 2 can lOc 10,Ib. 61C 25.lb.l.41
_
Whole r
Kernel Corn
Winthrop Under Grade -

. or making pals in Panama Peas no 2 can 11c Niblels canSunshine Grahams Sugar Ib Kon I9f!


r Down Panama way American ideas of friendliness and good neighborliness GAUZE 't,((r.l/\ GENTS iTHM

k are nothing new. Folks there understand and like love of I ;...,.
our TISSUE
/ sports, our L LI EVTOwELANDNfXOfNSrf
/I t, humor and our everyday customs. Have a "Coke"; says the American soldier, tS SO SOFT Q< (;)DO KJNGI
'' ,
l
' and the natives know he saying t>arejrienJt..,. the same friendly invitation ;J dDifrf THC cOO

1 fu as Coca-Cola when you offer Coca-Cola from your own refrigerator at home. Everywhere R.'I' 5c w Rod 6c .! Roll 9c

1" stands for the poser that refreshes,-has become the high-siga of

kindly-minded people the world over. WOODBURVS
, It'*natural forpopularnames OCTAGON SOAP PALMOLIVE

ti orruo! UNOH AUTMOnrrr or THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IY to acquire friendly abbrevia ,
+ tions. That's why you hear POWDER I

j r STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Coca-Cola called"Coke". v 2 for J II .3 Calces y ge s 9 I 1c

'" nr; r'1 c'd .o ft.4 TIle C-C C*. 9c 23c: j 3 for 10<



1 1AL'RIL






14.. 19411 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE." FLORIDA 'PAGE__T11KFK
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hog railing content at HellbronnSprings. I :J McRae I I. a very progressive far. ly after the graduation of the <-tanof .. IM (.IIU..T <'01'n T. nil\l,FOMI> 1'\1 ..nu..r (/'GI'RT HHtOPOKII |i|
Georgia Ollpln has bought i i mer lie I Ie Mp..alJaIIlK. in raising 44. The sudden relief wax (t.on I"H'FI.ollln It IX ,.u">. I'HI MTV, PLOIIIIItl IVDA:\. ,V
EGn SCHOOL NEWS much for him. ( KHVDonald t'KHVDeiaid:
.. .
[ l-J Interest in the Florida and that liav orI
lilt. Theatres Howard Kuniro. IN I nnrll.oLout Rlei-ha has be'onia h..a.1IIlIr..eo" O Thompson, Plaintiff, v". John Ulola. Plaintiff, vs.Kllsaheth ..
:Nlcolal; Defendant.Case
llola.
Secretary of Treasury of the United In John Hopkins Institute .'. F ,. 'I08VSThe Nt'ldra Marie Thompson Defendant,
( No:/ :l K)3OltDKU
States Dot Faxon la teariilnirDottle Mary Jo Culilwell has taken the )'. K. A. boys luive completed 11"" No. 1015ll
Jr., her famous Southern. "place' of Janchii llelfois. flint viol 13 brooders. which will lInanrd > >iu OF prwiIfATIONAM : OF1 ri'BMfATtOV:
3TAFF Mlnn\lll Technique. Wayne Sar- inist of. Carnegie. Hall DoloresCreekmore ;.; XtlTICK. TO Al'l'lCAK AND NOTICE TO AI'l'KAU ..
GRADE NEWS to the ones whose project
g..tit hall become h..ad mechanic at la nne of the. star' IH mixing chlcketiH.We HTATH OF' KI.OHIDA to:: I"hlr"MI1I'1" STATE t>F KMtltlPA to: Mrs.Kllsnbeth .
Editor-In-Chlcf Walker's Service Station. KvelynKdward era of high Hat. Haven (' ) Thoiiipnon" tehuse renldeticeIn : Nlclilal lloln No. 3405tlnl -
WJmberlyCoEditor 01'It KASTl'.K! PtltTV IM teaching a course on runs a day nursery. for all .1AnC.1 have also nccepteil the job 4178 Council Street Los Angeles', : street Astoria U I., NewYoi JI .
Freddie
Too much rain kept. us from HOW TO OKT YOUR MAN:/ at MISS 'children.. Mr, and \Ira.: ( I of building a 1olll,11 dresstnKroom I.". Anitlen ,'''U"I)'. California. k. ;
going Into the woods to have our WIN THORP'S SCHOOL poKmitus. I J vans are now with M.ll.M. .. at the foolh,1lI..hl.. We You are leiiulred 1 to appear on I You are requited to appenr." on
Virginia Sewell usual pKnlo and egg hunt. However Olin White Is retired on pension, I He ha. turned out same very will. receive $75 for completing It. April' 24th. 11144, In the above named !May 1st, 1944 In the above nan.I'olta.t .-
... ... 'The money will so to the "'. "'. A. ed. and wherein.
we had a grand time last I for nil his year* of faithful .rvI itable l11u.lcalLIr.! Evans !in l Court and """M"'h.r..ln vlaln- cause plaintiff I
Senior Biographies Thursday afternoon. ice at .t.-. Betty nurllnirI I designing the seta for him. KohertaWhltfleld treasury.The tiff aeekit dlv<1r'.... tliiulfotd, seeks divorce. HrndfordCounty "
Roberta Whitfield I I a popular ntonolojclst In New I Is now writing an advisee' 'Initiation wan. held twoteeks County Telegraph shall publish. this. Telegraph. shall publish: this ,
Hazes Davis Several Klrls hid 140 colored York. Edgar l Wilkinson la now I to the love lorn column entitled \ sRo at the school nous*. Order In next four weekly Unties.WltnesM Older In next four weekly: |NMII *H.Wltuesa .
ewe ?.- Marjorie eggs and we rushed to find them. ) Commander of the Pacific Fleet. PHOFIT BY MY KXPKIUKM-K". The boys had to he Initiated. 1 In my hand sod official my hand and official
..__________ Darby Peek Prizes. of 2!>-cent. war caving !I Margie Davis la doing alt buy- I Mrs Pat'kerson la all In a dither order. to become members. of the .I' weal R< "$" ..rk... Florida, this Marh seal at Htarke, Florida, this 20th ofMarch
Wilkinson stamps were given to the boy and Ins of wnmen'a apparel; for CohenV: over Bill's appointment to I the Supreme F. \'. _4. ,122nd' 1941.tltp'MIt'LtL! 1041.IIb'h'ICIAI. .
Edgar girl finding the most eggs. Jimmie Mary DrlHcoll heads a Dept of I Court. Justice PnrkersonIn . Mr. V. Ferguson and a group I SEAT) A. J. Thomas I . .. SEAL) A. J. Thomns
I Features __ Lola Blecha I Kersey won for the boys and I Physics at Duke University. LewisCrosby the youngest men ever to reeelve of buys attended. our \0'0'. A. contest I I As ciei-k of Circuit Com As clerk of said Court. 1.
Jimmy Davis, I Joyce Davis 'for the girls.. bal opened. a very exclusive this honor., Mr. Smith, was which was held lust Thursday I''! Perry I. Thomas, Ja<.k..onIlle, Fla. Walter. (7. llardexty. Daytona Reach,
Bo Caldwell i lames were played In our room beauty shop at Hollywood Judy taken to Chattahoochee Immediate- night I I Ally for rif. 3-84 4t ..U Fla Atty. for Pit. a.u.4t 4-14
fc Faxon, Phyllis Martin, and best of -all--Dlentv. of Rnodeats ---- --. -------- '
IMelverna. Thornton There was punch colored I : . -' .. .. : : '" ' ',' ; ' '- ': '." : '" ''' .. :: -" '. .: : '. : . "'i
cakes. eggs, crackers, pickles and "
|iy :Martha Lee Martin, .uIIRr-coated marshiuttllow "bun


argaret Editorial Stringfellow nies". THinn Mrs. Biggs.GRADE Teacher Jonf't' 'g'going i


etk GR\I>K:-!MIKPPtltn: oar mean you're
We are going to have a party
Bjinenlle delinquency prob- this afternoon (an :Master party) ,
1 the U S.: I" growing In :Mrs. Sheppard IH reading us the
Lrae proportion that many ""Secret of Red date Farm". We a
if while organisation have are enjoying It very much. All
this problem under' their of us are working hard welting
ready for exams. Sometimes we
It of the trouble come have two or three arithmetic or let chicken
.irmts going to work dur- English. .lessons a day. to

I r, The home night boy to and do then whatever leaving gu out theiri they and I II Reporters: Jo Marian Ann Dlnklns McRae: a j

Lid raise "pure cane". The
out and try to get some "'EC'OVD CHI K
to take them out and I Ralph' Furton and KUwIn Tenley
good 1 time. Another source have entered our class from other \ A !
t problem which can be schools. Making 37 boys. and girls '
( to Instances In which the' In our room. At our Kuster Egg :
i,.t high salaries and turn party Sue Perkins and< Donald : outsmart 9 ,
fnK. of amusement which are Stern won the prlae for finding '
[.nlal to their moral charac- the most eggs. We are beglnlng you
.
our Bird Booklet and are learning -
J of entertainment had been many Interesting thing about
BHt Important factor. Al111 them.
the former forma of en- Last month the following pupils
ment, have been taken overL'nxe made an average of A: ,
workers and Soldiers. George Thorn Jlmmle Warren ,
of the Nation' educators Mary :Sue Epperson Sue Perkins, .
(.en trying to help but have Carolyn Roberson.8th .
N.iten, very far. While In
fltnes there are Junior clubs. \ ,
.Rtue .MWS:
.d I for the young people
still a greater need for The science class sure gets interesting .- .
18 place.. These when we start talking' < '
many "
Bare In organized for the highboy's about eating roust-ants. grasshoppers C Jo ; rE' -.
1 and girls and are etc. :
I
to keep. the girl off the It seems a* though we're In the ,
t at night and the boys out 5th or 6th grade again when. '
uble. Junior clubs usually were having math. diuVn't know ,
ftTeen. dance halls. recreation 8th grade Math was ao easy, t.,.' '
I and soda fountains. andn (Some of It anyway).
by club officer electedmembers. EDITH MANNING Reporter
ie In turn threes MKs. DEMUREST: Teacher
| have to report to older . "
.. a P.f+ a e ord

_-.. are many people Inv..tI.would who. Mil The*.pupils WAKKKV who received 4fh VlttDE the biggold ."..:. .,.' ,., I,
thaI a congressional star are as follows,:
I stop all the troublehey Edmund Pressman l.oulse. Come
don't know the youth Muste Johnson Jo Ann f'k'.ruy. ''f
1 nation If there were more Melba Ricks. . '
Anna Lee Thomas.The ." .J. .
'. e tYrw ft
I for young people the Juve- pup/ii who received the i.h .
be a*
h>roblem would not imall star are as follow.: \. ...
James Grlfflx, Jlmmle Bitch
C. M. Charles Strickland Ruth JllHcon, "
'.R'S NOTE: Hazel. Kersey, Marion Howe, Bet-
first two edltoral" for the ty Williams. Jo Ann Williams .
tMurle iwn! weeks. Orlder.have been This week wrlt-. Dan .Alsobrook, Jean Ray Tenly.. I.f I.

literal Is written by Charle

Senior ClassProphecy H HI


t l' 1.aa

usie Seesite Being given the unique opportunity .
of seeing Into the future.
I jotted down the following notes
upon viewing my fellow classmates .
I again with all (or of 44 as they shall appear
am
of the corn and latest goTS"buteri *- 10 year from now. Emory Brown f ,
running on the Republican tlcke, .
I certainly' like those has just defeated President Hoo.evelt' ""' '--1* i_i "i1V;.t.ilw.A... *
wears ,In her who was running for his 6th .. :
frs )Mrs Cooper term. Freddie Wlmberley. after . I
exhausting. the. AtihtAota offered at- .
[ Hal! did you all hear 'bout- B. H. S.. "ha* transferred to Lake 1 . .
\ moron who put a fire Butler High School. All of his !i.
Ir on hi* head BO his hair father's good work having gone .
J grow out In b..nll'.1 to waste, Elton Powell now operates I i
flant I've found out what the the Penny Arcade. Dorothy
In R. W. ]Mosely's name Watterson. Myrtle Dobbs, Marine
_, for Robert William. Say. Carmichael and Eloise Johns, now
I was that about being an known as the Swing Sisters, are
starring at the Palace In Jacksonville -
I". Paul

1 Baking Id? name Still of be n"m.-Could wonderlnAIIho' Solomon- Billy yours Is ballerina.Hazel this Packham week.Buster On the Bennett the well.name known Is bill a CHICKEN KNOWS that an egg sit on a Bond for the proper length of time, 10won't


]1.. hair and like complexion.Freda Burton's Know prosperous You might undertaker be interested at Highland.to know .r-l. hatch unless you sit years, to be exact.
Is
E ene else. that does too. Well- I that his first assistant Joyce .

i 'round Corp.lately.Leonard Come (around Amity) Atkinson.Ward have at Doris the worked:.Southernell Hodges. up and to supervisors Ruby Telephone -- on it the proper length of time. Wise old bird! You can get your money before that, any time

r II.R me,an*Birthdays see us !all.How Smlty.the. I 'are office.appearing Billy Colson in their and lalextshow. hlnband with nest. after 60 flays. But you won't get the full benefit.

i fly hyl! Clarnlta. Hutto cel-. THE I TIN HORN. D..ttyU..ne As with eggs, so eggs.

-'A' t.er you seventeenth see her pretty t'otherDid new I her class Wade at after Harvard. graduating law school lot In, The best nest egg in the world today is the War You lose the interest. You take your money out of.

has. established a practice on Call
tier yaller. how JUke. oh "*' t. W. O demons Is a caller of It the fight. You kill off savings that might be a blessing
r I ,Inking yellow dress' that I verna Thornton couldn't get E. W.
[ Virginia wearing. back from the Hawaiian Island in days when money doesn't flow as freely as it t '
kl. wal aawFreda Burton with so she Is now wearing a graisskirt. .It $4 for every $3 you put up.. .r; '
[ lump' on her jaws Took meng I Paul Dlnklns and Bobby "' : ;
time to figure It out. I McRae are assistant, coaches. of . ... II' does! today. .; ?
r that either someone socked I the H. H. S basketball team and But. . v .
i>r she bad tooth tooth. over who .' .t.;
had a I are constantly quarelllng1 .
Bonds. Sit them. .
j ,
order to
h 'Isn't even funny. Po solly- has taken over Betty In get
\ don't say, ya know It). Irable'n. title as No. 1 Pin-up (Jlri. -
p". :Myrtle, how I III your 111' ro- John Hall Is running a grocerystore < .:: : .
a with Billy Solomon) at Hampton. One of his best "Ii'".rt\ '1,> t -,,
,
k. nrngressing? Well? customers Is hazel Htarr. Hasoland } .1t
T W'Ot'idl JlAPP.1 It. ts. her Ausband have just inovoj : 'l: E
Parkerson changed her Into their recently completed home. } ,

toby McHae ever got serious. Point Philip teaching Lateen the Is back general. at how Went to Have and Hold / : : .
Piv CoNon didn't "drawl". run It. Virginia Sewell has workednn I WAR BONDS: to to .

llores trdnla. Creekmore Sewell couldn't got noisy.talk. islanding to the Center 13th sax.Symphony player In Or-the .

tt tFaxon.. suit talking about chestra. 'Howard Manning Is Chiefof
1 nun of her Police of Rtarke. Virginia Pad.1 .


tu M.I'-'I could Purney'Tucker'see didn't class Freddie play was with football quiet.out. removes the: skin f.are. 'kdw1thfo living.; J. A.In and Tampa.out MargaretMartlnec UI.removInir cigar J that A.-' This Ad Is Sponsored By The Following! Patriotic Starke Business Firms'THE ; ''':;


J basketball.Anderson. Is with the Hav-A-Tampa ,
.
>,I- didn't get sent company. Phylll Martin has open.ed II I" I II I '" I II' "
of clas.. I a fish market on Call St. R. W. I
bills T Stopped howling likelelyn' :Mnseley. I Is chef engineer on Peggy. THE SMART SHOP THE 'STAG
.nlf": > Martha Lee Martin broke all previous . WONDER GIFT SHOP -
I records when she had sextuplet '
Newsome grew taller. Jewell JohnsIs BEAUTYtSHOPPE
'hell.. really rang did.when. EI.Erl. still" last sitting month.patiently at home CITY BARBER SHOP. THE MILK BOTTLE STARKE
sMottl'ist waiting for L A... ship as """"H- ,
.ro'hy time '" the taken over ArthurMurrsy's
.ca. Rene Noegel studio has and Is now Ameri FLORIDA BANK A
>
TAVERN CSTARKE
lost weight. No. 1 authority on dancing.Phyllis' BOB'S KOCH DRUG STORE
T* art class didn't know how ca' Haxen Is president of the Member F. )). .

Vl-w"''" eggs.'een Judd. out her hair, National crusading- Club for of all Red 'Head.*.***'and'*' to Is SAM ROSENBERG & SON ... BARNEY'S DRINK STANDJERRY'S THE SNACK BAR '
p
I-awtey. boy didn't gopnd wear pink. Darby Peek. Is still In .
.
a '
'"la Egdldnrt speak to every- the Navy atruKclln.to petty-officer.. become Evelyn P. S. STORES .1
class
2nd .. PLACE UNION BUS STATION
I" ..,r..lor of s..rvlc. '
Hall ljPresthel .
> ,
r I Borneo AT13f.ANDINGCENTER t
rn.1 BlandIn.
Camp
.Crawford eworeetay'drese :\ at
of
WaRn't> r.d. balconies of t l.awl.Y.Ih" rOlin'Muriel''' .;. NEW METHOD CLEANERS MILLIGAN'S GRILL

:!ry Jo C. stopped talking about Crawford Is writing. a .column for THE CAMP DINER

;.;h..rta W wouldn't go to the Bradford Marcus"What' Reddish New County In recently Hair Telegraph Styles won .a.. BLANDING TAILORS THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP THE CAMP DINERBRADFORD

'r aret a. and Lorene 1\(.
FROM PARK
"KI"et" together AT BLANDING CENTER ACROSS THEATRE INN
Blrg, and Soletta S.
'!'t .lro "gether.i'asse New shipment of office suppliesIn BLANDING CENTER Inc:
ands Pearce C. SMITH GARDNER ,
studied< without at Bradford County Telegraph TIM JORDAN'S BAR

?i" IfFulCh's' hair lost Its wave. office. PORTRAIT STUDIO Olson Commercial Refrigeration
ever "shut up". CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
WI AU TIBVOIR, BEN SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE
,1 hAlba'French! matt..r' C.n't youSUSlIl. I.COl'VTY.TFI.OIIIIJ.ar' JI"'JJFOftU 1'\1 (;" \\1. FRED F. STUMP
Three Friends Barber ShopALVAREZ'
CEH8'. '
Plaintiff. "" LOUIS SHAFKIN
"IRT.T' eorwr. "R.\OIl'OnO JAnora Edward FB.Morrow.)Iorrow. Ief.ndant. lit H C. WALL, AGENCY

t 01.:R VTY Y. FLORIDA! Iv c.\:11-: '".ORDER" PPRLII"'ATfOoolAND : Jewelry & Army Store STORE

Inc' At. Lool... Plaintiff vs.S NOTICE TO APPEAR Rogers BROW S EEN'S SHOE REPAIR
tow Louts. Defendant. Case STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ed"ar.1E. KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE
4:1. is MMFUetPo.'t.m..U :
M-rrowwh.s. addles MILITARY SUPPLIES ACROSS FROM I'OST OFFICE
.. 894. t"O' VICTORY i
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PlrnLTCATfO'll': U. S. '
AYrDiEROTI ? City,
("Jj TO APPEAR New York 1
W. T. JACKSON
1 STATE T .OF VtjOHlDA. to: Emma New york. NATIONAL ARMY STORES PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE
wn" "' who. residence Is un- you are required abovepenamedMay

,You are! required t... appear named on. Court. 8.sndivorce.19.4. In the wherein Bradford plaintiff County DENMARK FURNITURE CO. EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYSistrunk's PATEL'S SANDWCH SHOPMARUCA'S

'rt0aflenuse'where! nV plaintiff Telegraph., shall publish thl. Order
eke divorce. Bradford County (In next four weekly I.aue.. official Feed & Seed Store GROCERYThis
l"lf.aph shall, publish this Order Wllne..s. my hand and this Aprillt4 FLORIDA & RITZ THEATRES
a flea at Barke, Florida i iI ii
Witn.sseumy. banalanda'official t. *- THOMAS..' Advertisement prepared under auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council.I. '
AI A. J. official U. S. Treasury j
! 1944.at 8trk. Florida, .till April A. Clerk It said Court.OFFICIAL an . i

>P'P'fctAL SEAL> A. S. 'Tb m*. : / Florida SEA LI 1" )
r ' Knight l Stark..
Clerk Knight Jl
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said; Coort.
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H. Dunean, Attys
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Girl Scouts Present Woman Club ed man gets In the Signal Corps In Witness next tour my weekly hand I."ue.and official' IV'OVN'I'Y CIRCUIT, FLohtue.llP('OI'QT '
I SOCIETY and CLUBS . :11C'EII \
Buddy thl April
Florida
so congratulations. seal at Stark., Y. (M,
I Program At ClubThe Plan ImprovementOf All that pole climbing you did 12 1844 I Eleanor Matbls, Plain, ",
,, . .. .. . (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas lard Mathla' Defe1,1 }. \I
-- --- -- - - -- dividends "
around Call St., is paying An Clerk of paid Court.T. 30511. ,
Park 5k,1
Woman's Club met Wed City now eh what? . Buddy's Frank Landrum Starke, Florida.AttI' ', ORDER OF P1'iti i.'
Lawtey Hostesses Jones-Rosier for 1'lf." 4-14 4t 86IV AND i |"
NOTICE 101
and had an Jr. I
afternoon
nesday Plans are underway for the address is: Pvt. H. A. Bishop I STATE OF FLORiiV f': k'llIarc2

Entertain U. D. C. Miss Mary Louise Rosier and (guest entertainers the Oil Scouts improvement of the Woman's Club 34794344 Co. A, 800th S.T.R., CIRCUIT] 40LHT. BMlDFORnCOlVTY \\ ) MathlH, wh.< V : I It
under the direction of their leader Camp Crowder Mo. . JKLOItlUAl IV CHAN-! ,14058877, Company u I "I0r""
; Lt. James Richard Jones wero Park on Church Street according CHHY.Robert IU1..t. EnglneI'U.oIh\ '<"
The W. T. Weeks Chapter. married 0 n Friday afternoon, Mis. Lemuel Colson. to Mrs. I. H. Jennings, finance Vole Plaintiff vn. Anna A.P.O. SiO. % .," ," ,,,1.1': "
U. D. C., was entertained by Mrs, March 31, at 4 o'clock in a Troop One explained what they chairman of the group and chair- J. 3!. Alvarez gets a kick out Mae VoU. Defendant. Cane No. York You City. New Yo"'., K,
s Hal Edwaids and Mrs. G. W had done to help on the following of exhibiting a cancelled check aORDEn OF PUBLICATIONAND are required i .
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Chapel at Camp Blandlng. TM man of the park project. May 15. 1 944. In the, .' "
the home of the for- drives Red Cross and drawn by him In OTICH; TO APPKAK8TATB "
:' Roberts at : salvage, for one cent Court and cause, whc"i
ceremony was performed by an Definite plans were outlined at OF FLORIDA to: Anna ... \ '
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ek
d I "
; Wednesday War Bonds Two an Collector of Inteinal v or..eUradl j"1 InTele&raph
met In Lawtey, on ; Troop gave favor of the Mae Voli. whose resIdence In Mill
Army Chaplain.For a meeting attended by Mrs. H. C.Rltcb. Shall ,?, "i
2 afternoon of last week. excellent sketch on First Aid; Revenue . 'Seems he made a St, Lexington Ohio. In next four putliap, ,, ""On.
; her marriage Mrs. Jones Club president Mrs. Levy to on Meekly
You are required appear '
Troop Three demonstrated field mistake of one cent on his Income Witness my hand /
Lovely roe attractively arranged chose a light blue suit dress, witn Canova. Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. May 15 1944 In the above named lieSi at "'larkeJo'lorhJ( ,, ''
in bowls and vases\ we black In accessories. Her equipment. This worth-while exhibition Jennings recently In the Park tax return and Uncle Sam Court and cause wherein plaintiff 12, 111 44. 'h,.f'A'.
accent .aeaku dlvurte Bradford County
decoration In the by the girls was much demon collector insisted on (OFFICIAL SEAL
used for 111/11n3'/ I the uliull publish this OrderIn ) v ,
sweet In a where the women gathered. Telegraph rh.|
room where the guests were seat. floweis were peas appreciated by the audience.The payment BY CHECK . J. M. next four weekly Issues. J.A. "Clerk. of said Cci,,,,. ''it-
ed. shoulder corsage. club president Mrs. H. C. First step In the project will figures It' cost 'em three centsto Witness my hand and official Atty. for Harrison Pit Jacks, 4.14"It ,
Mrs. Jones is the daughter of aver the business I be a consultation with a surveyor seal at Starke Florida .this April fcrIV "
la the absence of the president RItch. presided mall the letter and five cents 12, 1944
i Mr.) and Mrs. R. S. Rosier of se slon, and at this time Mr/ I for advice on how the park may exchange to collect the check, in (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas; CIRCI'IT ('OJ'RT NtflPOPF
4l" Mrs. O. U Beasley the meeting be drained. Landscaping of the A. Clerk of said Court. was presided! over' by Mrs. It. A. Lawtey. She was a member of L. H. Jennings announced that addition: to time of stenographer T. Frank J.ltndrum.Iarke/: -, Florida CKHY. (iIi

Davis and Mrs. A. Z. Adklni the 1938 Bradford High graduat. the club would have a booth on drainage ditch was build discussed and cost of stationery, etc . Pretty Atty. for Plf. 4-14 4t 6-5 Raymond Marion In.-ram.B. Ingrnm. ,PlalnUI! ,
the courthouse lawn on election It was agreed to cypress I'd DeC "danl it,
I' acted as secretary pro-tern. Routine Ing class and for the past two bridges over it. Other plans Included expensive one cent say MVt(;KR* AVI (LRRKI No 80112
; p business was carried out, and day May 2. The money realizedto Hate to think'of bidding farewell PllltltllY KLKC'IION ORDER OF PI'J'I.II AllOt()
years has been employed In the an outdoor fireplace with At a meeting held on the 3rd ANT NOTII'E TO
Browii be on the project of and Bern Millie AII'lAIt' : 'R
applied
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to Florence
pt at this time Mrs. .M F. terrace picnic tables and benches day of April A.. D. 1944 the Would STATE OF FLORIDA J
read the ic'port of the reglstiar. Transportation Office at Camp Improvements in the park which -they've been with us so long of County Commissioners of Bradf Ingram whose resident M '"
4 .I.... ,,"_'Ma.1.. .. .... ..."..6 'UU'.. ,......_....,.'. (".",h. and the addition of -playground- _.. ___.. .LI___ _.... .." Cntintv.'" Florida" anuolnted thefiiitie Wllletn Ave.. New mn---....T. .,'II"I
N As April< 26 Is Memorial; Day. Blandlng. "oS u - -- equipment. . t>Ut; ail gOOU imnga uiuai ;i ; Clerks and Inspectors for You arerequlr.d t" ". .nl
r;, plans were discussed for observIng Lt. Jones la the son of :MM. Mrs. T. H. Osborne talked in end. and Bern's being transferredto I the Primary Election to be heldon May 15. 1944 In the al"("'IIP... :"

; the day in fitting! manner. Ruth Jones of Akron Ohio. the subject of blood tests for all A portion of the funds necessary whicn- Camp Sutton S. C. . 1 II)44.the 2nd., day of May A. I). I Court seeksci and I V cause or..... wherein Bradford nS|! *'.
for this Improvement. "
Mrs. I. H. Hill read a sketch They plan to make their home women and the club went on Precinct Vo. 1 I.awtrr Telegraph. shall PUbliSh thl,"ORt
record In favor of this health pre has been a dream, of the Club for And speaking of all good things! H. M. Tlllman Clerk; Charlie 'In next tour weekly !?,,., Ore.>
P.
7 of the life and work of Judah temporarily In Colu m bUll. Ga., many months, will be raised Oasklns, Marvin Thompson and Witness] my !
r Benjamin a noted Southern where Lt. Jones la stationed at caution. must end . That even appliesto Paul Dlnkina Inspectors and V. It. seal .t starke, Florid/ih11( :'
The hostesses served Ice cream through a series of benefits the columns . So long . See Reddish Substitute. J2. 1944.
fj' patriot. Fort Benning.Quarterly. the first of which will be a chicken Precinct No. a North SlurkvIt. (OFFICIAL SEAL A..I i Tk
to all
and cake attending ,
next
the
in
Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Roberts you A. Newsome Clerk: H. L. A. Clerk of said "Coup) "*
served In the Park
meeting. pileau supper -Carolyn. Norman R. H Alvare. Leon Renfroe. T. Frank Land run,. Stank,
4 ; served_ _delicious_ home-made.. Ice W. M. U. by the Woman's Club in the near : .. F._ A. Scott and .C. K. Cooper, Atty. for Plf. ',11, Flo Itt!!,'
-yI ft.6ft. A.I... oOra. mtinpomCOI'MV. ) inspectors.Preelavt. '
COIHT,
a. "an" future.A iv rinnir
IM CIltN- No. 3 111..11 Mark' ;:;;;;;.
Birthday Party FLOHIUAf
The Quarterly Meeting of the second money raising pro- 'EIIY. T. N. Kendrlck.' Clerk: I* I>. IN rincriT DR 4flp5'

i NCCS Announces W. M. U., of the New River ABBO- For Margie, MaddoxMargie ject will be a refreshment boothin LIllian Ame MeManun, Plaintiff Vlning,. R.Inspectors.Prerlnrt F. Demorest. and J. H.Bow.rs. CERY.COUNTY FLORIBAS I" I hj'

clatlon will be held at the CorInth vs. Herbert Wilcox McManus: De- ... Edward Clinton Jones,
the Court House on election fendantase No. '(0 1.OROKtl % 4 nrnknm I PlaIUtlff,'
I "Silk Hose" DanceThe Baptist Church FrIday. April Maddox celebrated her 2.Contributions. OP PUHL.ICATIOV R. S. Wasdln. Clerk; F. T. Abernathy Agnes Uacd Illon Jones II.r.nlll
day. May CHMII: No. 3060.
Nathaniel I>yal, and J. H.Surrencv. .
second of a new'series ot 14. The program opens at 10 ninth birthday anniversary Monday to the Park Improvement STATE AND NOTICR OK FIXJfUDA TO APPKAJl to: Herbert ,, Inspectors.Precl.i't . OltDRR' OF Pt'BLICATlOV
A. M. The morning service will afternoon with a party at Fund from the public Wilcox McVfamiK, whoce reBld No. S Ilsnip< dances at which substantial prize n... Watterson. Clerk: John II. STATE OP FLORIDA ", ,
., St.. Buffalo AR
feature talks on Stewardship by the home of her grandmother nce Is: 156 S nec > Manrdlllon
I are given will be held on Tuesdayevenl.og' will also be greatly appreciatedMrs. York. Parker. I... J. Wynn and W. H. Jones Whose r,*.
; members of the various churches. Mrs. Hiatt South New Urlffln Inspertom.Precinct 1: "'. Charleston &
Virginia on Jennings stated. You are required to appear on CaroHna" !
18 at USD
April the .
No. 8 I TfceresKH
in above named
Lunch will be served at the noon May IS 1944. the
NCCS Club at 8 o'clock.' This Cherry St. Court and cam. wherein plaintiff W. H. Hall Clerk; D. J. rtill- You are required to aim)',, ,
hour by the Corinth W. M. ,S. Main event of the afternoon e.kl dLvnrre. Bradford County lips, H. D. May and R.. L. Batten, )May 15, 1944. in the above
will be known as. a "Silk Stock WSCS To Meet Inspectors.I'rr.Iact. I Court and CRUHC wherein niiJTMeekii
shall put>llnh thin Order
The afternoon program will was an Easter hunt and after a Telegraph .' .... d I v ,
; ; Ing Dance" and ala door prize in next four weekly IXHiies.WltnexH No. r New Ul orre. Braclfonl l l'au.
several pairs of silk stocking' penf.wtth'Mrs'W. C. Carr President number of games and contests w.s.c.s. Circles will meet Mon- my hand and official K. A. $app Clerk; K., L."' Kelly., T.lesraph mjalUpubllMi thin Of4,
refreshments of Ice cream and coal at Starke, Florida ,thl* April. 8. I... Crews and Reddish Andrews, : In next four Weekly Issun.,
will be awarded.sl In charge of the executive day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. In 1444 Inspector Witness. my hand

s ; .. .L in._. x-eniumem r meeting reports THUw Betty Jean Hiatt and Miss Al Clerk of eelS Conrt. li T Stewart. JierK: : it it 1 IV44.OFFICIAL.
on April II,. the permanent was of the and pro gram meeting. Circle T. Frank I-nndrum Starke, Florida Oreen. Jr.. Cliff Kelly and H. B. ( SEA) A. ]. Tb"a
Associations! officers will
Carolyn Ross assisted in entertaining 4-14 4t 5-5 Crosby, Inspectors. An Clerk of said Court
awarded to Miss Lillian Stern- Two will have charge of the pro- Atty. for Vlt.
be given. All members and others and sewing the 15 young M. O. Hllrr@lI. Chairman T. Frank Landrum "; #. Pica.
berg. giam. iv cmriir .'01:HT, BIIADKOMIIrou Hoard of County Commissioners. .Atty for PIt. 4 41
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Besides the many local girls interested are urged to guests. << ..", FLOIIIUtl IN CHANneglnald .
.
.. Attest: A. J. Thomas. Clerk.It .
: .v.
who attended the .jaffatr there tend. Rev. and Mrs. George C. Powell I'':. Morgan, Plaintiff vn. (OFFICIAL SEAL) For
were 20 WIACS who earlier In the Mrs. D. L. Griffin Jewell anJ Katherine I ;,ulnp !Morgan Defen
)m. .., SIATTIK JANE DEANE dant. Case No iin&t.ORDKIl IV_ <<'IHrl'IT .-OITHT BR4UFOniCOUNTY >
evening had attended a dinner at Farewell Luncheon to Elton Powell went to Lakeland OK PttHLirATIOXANI FLORIDA IN CIIACKRY. \- ELECTRICAnd :
Friends will
the USO-NCOS Club. At the here regret Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Powell ) NOTICB TO APPEAR .
learn of the death 'in.-'Miami last Kath- Harold Richard, Albright. Plaintiff
STATE OF FLORIDA to:
3'iL April 18 affair the WACS will went from Lak eland to St. .
The first person to leave the erln Louisa Morgan whose. residence vn Jane Eleanor Albright. Defen
Mattie Jane
also be present In greater numbers employ of the u.s.a. Club, operated Saturday of Mrs. Petersburg to attend the W.S.C.S. In: 111 Hosclle Memphis. dant. Case No.. S062. .
Deane 83-year-old mother of MM ORDER OK PUBLICATION
i since the barracks which ha : conference.Mr. Tenn.
: by the Y.MLC.A. to RefrigeratorSERV'ICE
Join You are required to appear' on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
L. O :Jones of Stai'ke. Mrs. Deane
the moat members attending the the service was given dinner' !May 15, 1944, In the above nam..deourt STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jane
a Miami .. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and .
dance will be awarded five booksof moved to from Stai ke and cause, wherein plaintiff Eleanor Albright whose residences
In his honor at the club on Mon about three ) Funeral daughter..,Barbara'Sue, of Camilla .H e e k B divorce. Bradford County : 236 Lemon St.. Lancaster ,
theatre tickets for movies day evening. Merle Grider BHS years ago. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Pennsylvania.You .
''W4 which are given at Camp. services were held In Miami Mon. Ga., spent the week-end withMn. next four weekly leauca.Witness . I' are required' to appear oil Call
student who assists at the snack day morning at 10 o'clock. ''. Bfgg's father, J. B. Rowe. my hand and official May 15 1944, In the above named,
Lty The popular Harry Zohn bar, leaves for the Navy Saturday .seal at Starke Florida this April Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Jive Orchestra will i supply the and Miss Gayle Sewell, who Is u 12. 19ft. seeks divorce. Bradford County Fred Kynard
I was highly praised for (OFFICIAL SEAL" ) A. J. Thomas Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
4ii music and soldiers from the 70th his efficiency and for working howell Registration Books student at the F.SC.W. at Tallahassee As Clerk of said Court. next four weekly issues. .

Regiment will be the guests. with his co-workers. spent the week-end with T. Frank Landrum. StarkeFlorida Witness my hand, and official
Saturday. April 15 Is the final her parents Mr. and MI's. W. B. Atty. for 1'lf. 4-14. 41 6-5 12 seal, 1044 at Starke Florida ..thb, April LOCATEDINKLHt! : ,

dny for registration of new voters Sewell. .- I I" CIR<<'ITr <'01'n-r. Rn'l.o..n (OFFICIAL SHAD A.. J. Thomas ELECTRIC SHOP :
d ('OU\I'I'Y.! FLOIllUAl IN CIItICEHV. .! An Clerk of said Court.
: In the office of County Super Mrs. John 'L. MAC key, formerlyof I .,,_ : T. Frank T-flndrum, Starke, Florida TEMPLE A\)01.
ELECT visor of Registration J. R. KellyIn Rose !Marl v Bratton :Morton Plaintiff Atty. for Plf. 4-14 4t 6-0
the courthouse. In order to, Koch's Drug Store, is now I vs. Warren Leeforton.! Defendant r _
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Case NO.
M. L. employed at the Canova Phar- -
t-j JOHNS be to citizens (
) eligible vote new OF P1TBL.ICAT1ON
'
.j.1; ; must have been a resident of macy. AND NOTICB TO APPKAK FUNERAL DIRECTOR
'; .. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Warren
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\ .! SHERIFF Florida for one year and a resident Corbin Cornell of Oiraond spent I.ee Morton whose residence In: My Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rtndtf
,
: ; i OF BRADFORD COUNTY of Bradford County 'for six the Easter holiday with his grand- Co.art. C Georgia.You, K65 Bn. A.A.A Camp Stew EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

,r' \ months. parents, Mr. and Mrs, F. A. Scott. are required, to appear on MODERATE PRICES -
1 A,; ; .._.._.___ !May 15, 1944. In the above named
_._ DeWITT C. JONES
: --------- ----- ,---. Court and cI1se.. wherein plaintiff
J ; ',' HE WILL MAKE YOU A CAPABLE seek a dlv.r('(.. Uradford County Starke, Florida
: Telegraph shall. publl h this Order .J.JI
W.'I' 0..,p.p1p1,1_----p----.... _-.. 'V y- .
: I FEARLESS, IM P A R Carolyn Callstreet t "
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Itl I,' 4;' : TIAL & HONEST SHERIFF. I PEACE! PROGRESS PROSPERITY !

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Your Vote & Support Appreciated S \\ell folks . I had hoped to the gardens of Patsy's friends! speeches . .

be able to report in detal) on who know how she loves"em anlikeep

the Easter parade. but the church her well supplied i .. Hear

:; r was so jammed I got crowded off Sara Barefoot received another .Judge J. Ollie EDMUNDSdrives

,'_* JIM CARY behind a post and couldn't see a mysterious orchid on Easter Sun-

thing Except a sea of color! day .' Developing- Into a ma- .

S,.. : _ Candidate For Congress . Happy 'bunch of ministers jor mystery. Jsn't tit 7 ... .. .. 'You home these points! :
wy :i around here*Sunday, what with know she also rec e I v e*d oi.a

: :: ., Jim Cary Candidate lorConll'eHK the pews and aisles completelyfilled Thanksgiving l f- 'Claims shodoesn't PEACE
1r $ / had the fortnight can never be preserved at home
4 and chairs even placed in have an idea where, they
4 : r ? 4 and the courage to fight the vestibules and then standees come. from but can 'you look me I S or abroad as long as racial, sectional and .. -

ii :rrIrnh shipment of clustering around on the walks in the eye and say that Sara?

itk: i Japttn two outside! . Never has there . r' class strife are encouraged I))' ambitious .
.wIe& e yearn before Pearl .
i 'ts r lie Ntopped two Harbor.loud been such an Easter turnout in -t and scheming men in their efforts to grab '
ship
i' % *& i that will not be used aKulnxtUN. this fair city . And never Ruth, "ack'&D' Jerry Scanlan _ _ .t'
; have I seen the Baptist Church more .
who said farewell power.PROGRESS
to Call
St.
3._ _ lilt courage to begin ,
r" more beautiful-not even for a several weeks
.a-
the ago. are having
fight led to
the ban on weddlnsr.. -- .. .. .. Countless Easter their mail _A"a"__ .M if.. ti_..iu...%. .. _________
shipments of Iron ----- ---- n 'u .WAYU. ________
r "; 4 -'_ Japan. ncrap to lilies and hundreds of white! Tenn; . Hear Al ,Manassa who can never be made as long as i____ _ _

I ::3 .._ candles formed a perfect. .,setting recently signed a long term con- this country is under the rule of bureau 4, ,:: 4
for the services Credit
We Need Men Like This day's tract with Uncle''\ Sam is at _ _

; .'; ,- goes to those artistic ladies' Camp Crowder )n the Signal crats who not only are able to take away .
In Times Like These Clara Mae Knight Luclle Green Corps . ? Sorry .to hear that

-----'I (Paid Political Adv.) Thelma Jennings and Dea Wilson Alice (Service Center) Brown .an our individual freedom but by edicts, '' _

, ; . out.of-townerwho made good on rules and regulations control tile agricul. '

J tErrttSrSSSSSrss ssrrrs _ Call] St.. is quite 111 at her home- '1
res-ssstsr.t __
=srsrs= s 40 Home for Raster: and mingling South Ninth & Arlington Gaines- ture, business and industry of the nation. 9'

their natty uniforms with the ville . Bet she'd.i appreciate a

Buy HardwareAnd feminine finery were Leonard rote from 80me'or'' lieI' firm new

Smith Owen McRae Bishop My. friends In Stance *. Dr. and PROSPERITY can never be maintained as

rick Raymond Hall and many Mrs. W. B. Parks wreathed in

others . Even a note of mystery smiles this week over the arrivalon long as our taxes'and the money loaned _

was added to the season's April 6 of Dameron Black III to the a
Paint government: by patriotic citizens HEAR JUDGE EDMUNDS
events . Everyone around Car whose mother Kitty (Hogged) -

t penter's is puzzling over the waited a long six days and nightsin to finance our country to victory is being *. FRIDAY NIGHT

49 identity of Ruth Brown . Alachua County' Hospital! be-

From a store with experience Seems she won the beautiful fore the happy day last Thursday thrown away in extravagant and wasteful APR. 14-WMBR 7:15: P. M.

bunny given to the lucky purchaser . .
1 and a reputation for fair dealing of Easter egg dye. but expenditures a majority of tile more

1.: and honest no one knows how to notify her Leonard Smith writes that he's than 2,000 federal l boards, bureaus andcommissions

9' merchandise ," Meanwhile said bunny pines been in the field so much during SOMETHING to think about!

away In Carpenter's show win. the past year he'll never be ableto now. in existence:

We stock dow . Ruth come forth! . sleep in a bed again unless ;
at all times full line Tliere are today 3,300,000
a Easter services at the Methodist its full of dirt and leaves . .

c of Cold Water and Oil Paints Church were preceeded by the Since basic training, his outfit JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS will persona on the federal payroll

: with christening of a couple of cradle. has practically lived in the woods -some 60,000 of them

all the little trimmings to debs-Betty Lou' Wainwright anJ but they don't exnect tn. +..-., Apnlln"' serve Florida and the nation as our Sena- in Florida.

: ; make up a Madge Ann Mathews and a much l longer Jf-io--; know what I curb Federal employee* eapo.

future escort, Jimmy Guy , mean . Leonard:>, address Is: tor by fighting to the power of political daily those holding non-

Cpl. L. F. Smith, Jr., Btry. A. I masters and J helping I to end federal civil service jobs form a

Superior Paint Dog Days in Starke . ,, Lost 881 F. A. Bn., Camp Shelby. powerful political group
--- ,Stock --.. strayed or stolen: Four prominent Miss.mall . Practically In the same waste and extravagance-and he will do which in many cases hold

pooches . Melvin comes an 'Interesting note the balance
McKlnney's of in
two favorite hunting hounds . from Buddy Bishop 'now attendIng it with I a true dignity and diplomacy 1 that I elections ._ a dangerous power

: ;' That beauty of a Collie Bobby Cox Crowder Wire Mo.Chief's. .School After at Camp will win him the respect and cooperation weapon in tile hand orpolitical
; I la so fond of . And the Lecln. complet.
I family pampered police pup ing basic training Buddy went to of his colleagues in the Senate. masters seekingmore :

, BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. . Anybody seen 'em? . Specialist's School Ui Pole Line power.
Construction
for
11 weeks
Sudden thought: Never pass by and
:! J. Patsy Edmondson's was then supposed to ship out
B.
CARLISLE, Owner city hall desk In the but when his orders came through FLORIDA WILL BE PROUD TO HAVE ITS VOICE HEARD THROUGH !
that I don't
$ L Call Street Starke or roses brightening see a rose they sent him to W. C. S. for 17 JIIIE C odUUt. for th. oMIc. .f . .
Florida the J. OLLIE
up scene more weeks ERMINIS
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Understand
It', UNITED SENATOR
. Beauties STATES
rsssf SSrpsr ',, too . Prizes from
5 s-psrj s one of
ssrS ss r S_ r.t_ r_ s a .. ... the best break an enilst- .-

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I APRIL 14. 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKFL, FLORIDA PAOR FIYfC

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Mrs. Tlllman Hutto and son. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith I the Northeast corner thereof and .
f Local News of said map or plain being attached April, A D 1944. KTATR OF FLORIDA tot! Viol
Frankle and Miss Leecie Denmark have had as guests for the past run Nest South B6 degrees 17 minute to the .Petition filed In the A. .1. THOMAS.: Myrtle Boyar whop. residence. la
====== 110.5 feed thence Suulto 11 above entitled cause on the 11th Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Audiibun ft. Sprlncrield. I\Ia.-
__ spent Sunday here with two weeks the foimer's parents, degrees 61 minute West 1UJ6.8 day of April. A. It. 11144. by theBradford Ifradford: Counts. ., Florida.OFK1CI4L chu..etta.You .
Mis. Herbert\ S. Mas- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. :Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Monteith and feel; thence Koutn 81 degrees CII! County a political sub ( S1CAL.) '-14 41 5-5( arc required to appear. on
minute Want Hu.l feet in the
fclldien, Stockton B9one. Lt. and MI'tI. Ed M. Silvernail his sisters, Mrs Henry Scott and uf. ditch (In Alligator I ',i.-k) HUM end against division you c.f, and the ent-h State of of you Florida HoekIntr - r April Court:.Ih.end 1(44.c....In....the wherein al>ov", plaintiff named -
of Dade City, will spend spent several days last week with Mrs. Ralph! D. Hill and Miss strip of land. contnlnliiH :2.7 acres, to condemn for public roadand 1IHI'11'1'"UI (e'Irtll'r IIHDKOHI, .> Keek divorce.' Bradford
1'1' as guests of Mr, and friends and relatives here and at Patsy Hill, all of Phoenlxvllle. Pa. flora ,or and IWK.You each of are hereby highway. drainage purpuarsthrsaid 1iIt Y'1't.1'. KI.IMtllltl 1'\1 < llt\ 1 .',,"n'y TelvKraph shall publlHh thlHurdei .
you parceU. of .
land Mtuate. lrntfand | in next four weekly Umiea.VltneHH I
Matthews. Hampton. They have been In Sgt. Robert Clllesple of Camp commanded to be and appear In beingIn Uradfoid County Irm"1.Henry : A. 1011..? 11.fr.'r1 Iefendanf.. Plaintiff,. vs. \ my hand and official J
'avr.No.
onald McRae and llttlaI Nashville Tenn., for the past Bar.! <:ln spent the week-end in told he Circuit County Court,Florida In ,and at the for olK'Hrad-, ,, Florida. aa,and. follow more*: 1''U"I41rl, deftcrllied :: ;ao:;>. I: .22nd.....1..1 1444.I Stacks. Florida. this March ,

I carol, spent the week- several months, but Lt. Silver the V. S. St. John home. of the Clerk of 'M ld Court In '.err I ,... 1 ANIi OHDKU:- -NOTICE OF Pt'HI.ICATlOV TO APYI'AltM'rATt I OFFICIAL. MBA!.) A J. Thomas.A. '
Jacksonville with Mrs. nail Is being transferred to Camp Mrs. W. G. Halle went to St. 8tarke! llradford County, Florida., That portion ofMKV4 ) OF FUXtlDA to Krimi 1 'Ink vf mall Court.
on or before the :Slnd day ot Ma>, of XKU! of Section J7, :M. Stniirfer.hone residence. I I.. 'I' .Frank Iandrum. Clarke. FlA.
lily!
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other, Mrs. Drew. Atterbury, Pa. Petersburg Tuesday to attend the A. L>. 1U44. to chow what right, Township H Sotiih ItatiRn SJKant South FttihUKh Street, Rochester. I \tty for )'if. 3-24 4t
returned annual conference of the W.S.C.S.of title. Inici-i.'Ht or lien you, or any lena 12 BITCH dencrlbcdMa New York.You .
Mrs.
P.
D.
)Beaaley Mrs. V.
Carpenter
u of you, h.In and to any of sat I Bcftlnnlnir at Non tiesxt corner are required. tn appear 01
day night after spending E. Howard Miss Maxine; Noegel, the Methodist church. She above described. parcels of land of said SK<4 of :NKV and May 1, 1I44.! In the above. named
!in Tampa with her' Olin White, Jr., and E. D. Mob-; was the official delegate from and to vhow cause why the Maniv run Went SH2 feet; I h .. neeSout1,1'asterly Court, and, cause, herein plaintiffseeks f.)4'I
vs should not l>" taken fur the to a point 223 divorce. rvadfvrd I'nnntvTeleitraph
and Mrs. A. C. ley attended a state Rexall the local society. and forth In Kiiid u..1 .
|Mr : meeting purposes net feet Went of SoiitheiiHt cornerof shall putillHh' this' Ord-r
at the. Mayflower Hotel fn! Itlon, lo-wlt a* right uf way, for said MEw of NISS; thenceKIIHI III net four weekly lasses.
1'V ii l: ('l ltt'1'II' C'O'II'I' OK TIIKK dialnaun ditch fur A :birtlon or to section line; thence I 'VII....... my hand snit official
Jugo Summa and son Jacksonville Wednesday! evening. I .J II.T II JIIIHItl. C''I-I II' lortlon of State Itouil :ittl! el..I'f I .| North to point of brRlnnliiK deal at Staike, "Floilda thin March P41 .. I
Imms of Orangeburg. S.Jere : Sirs. Mollie Snyder retumeJ IIII,%It.KOIII IWlVfV I..\\V :NO. tatvd aa Project 6621 ait located' Ivlnawithin" 50( feet cf the survey :28' 194. *'
U04M.fllAUKOnn. surveyed and shown on said map lln.* of ditch extension left to Mta- A. J. THOMAS.
Wednesday morning; Saturday from a few days visit COUNTY, n pnlltUalKtibdlvlalon or plat hvrvlnabov referred, to, or lion ISO + tlf 11 f Project 6521 State, As Clerk of said. Court, .1
Lit with Mrs. Marcus F. at her home in Syracuse, N. Y. of the Mate of Flor default may bo entered against Hoed 161, wild ditch centerlliie I.e.log (OFFIC1M SK.M.:
1 KnlHht A Knlalii. Staike 1 Flnrldn I
.d Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Miss Jewell Powell and! brother ida.Petit loner. YOIl.W1TNKS8' my hand nn Clerk of Rant described boundary a* nf BexInnlnK.said. SKi.on the of Ally, for Vhf 3.31 4t 4-21: f I
While In the state they Elton Powell who are attending vn.Wlnfurd. the Circuit Court-In and for Li-ad- :NK'i at a point :tlt feet South of I
led G. W. Browncottt'ell Southern College at Lake land Franklin Klner, ford County, }Florida and the Heal the Northeast corner thereof and IV ('nlt""I' "'(>! HI'. IIIIIKOIIl>
Mrs. Defendant. of Bald (Court this the llth day run Smith "R deirreea IT mlniitexWent 1'111'l'1. "'I.OIIIUI" I II/\. RE-ELECT
spent the week-end here with NOTICE I of April A. D. 1 44. at Stalke, ., in I 3105 I feet; I thence South HIdeorreea I < ritTheodore: \'. :
IN 1I"lto'd County Florida. 61 minutes Went. mill' I.. Schulie. plaintiff \* .
f Leesburjf their
Rev. and Mrs.
o parents l,
I KMINKNT: DOMAIN PROOKKniNUS OFFICIAL. .SEAL) A. J. Thoinax.Clerk . i feet: thence South 81 degree 59minntea Maiaiiret, Schulse. efeiidiint. Cane W. B. (BAth )
days here this week George C. Powell. IN Tit I F! NAM: : OK TUB of the Circuit Court In an.1rur j I 1 Went 1402 feet to the end No. SOOT.OIIDKn.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent :MondayIn RTATK OF KLOIUDA Mradfnrd County. Klorldu. of ditch (In Alliiratnr Creek); paid OF PPBLICATIONAVI 1
TO ALL WHO 11" MAY CONrKUN. T. Frank l.andrum. strip( of lund > :NOTICK! Tt> Al'PKXIt: DOUGLASS II
2.7 ,
B. Sewell. Jacksonville atte n din g the : AND TO Attorney for ....UUon.,'. more or less. containing BITCH' STATK: OF' "'Fl.tUtlDA. :Margin, ;t,I
d Mrs. J. M. Davis and State-wide Defense Council meet- Wlnford Franklin Klnrr whose "STATE' UF FIXJ1UUA ) TAKK NOTICR. that a neclarn- ret Scholar, whose residence.. IH
James lace of rvaldenc I III Dude County, lon of TaklnR 'hn" be..n filed hv 1100 Clay Strvvt, Han Frani'lnco AS I 1

pale t Silver and Springs. spent Ing.Mrs.. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine FlorlJa.And to 811 persona" having. or COfNTY I, A. J.OF Th.BRADFORD."',...., CI.. April S4th, 1144 In the IIh.1111'1'1' I
flalnilngany right title, Interest, Circuit Court of the Eighth I Judicial .,
prnrreillna ofvthe
;* taking ofthe
Dinkins returned .
U. F Is spending two weeks ed Coin" and cmine, wherein plaintiff
estate mortgage or other lien to Sir Circuit In and far BradfordCounty above ..
described land, for Ihepurnnaea ....... .
jlnesday from a visit in with her daughter, Mrs. Ethel[. on hone certain pm-ccln.. of lund Florida, do hereby certify net forth In the Petition aeak Teleitraph i a dt"shall publlHh BiailfnrdCounty this' tI
In Druilford Florida, which that the above and foregoing l I. a
City. Biggs.iAlli'llallnlp'IYaII111sdIIlpl County In thin cause. and that. the Honorable Order In next four weekly InmieNWttniBH
fire Included In and required for true I and correct copy of the NoticeIn .\. v. AdklnH., .Indue ..f Ih. itiv, hand mid,. t>ffU..lal. 1 I,
,. , drainage" of that part, of Slate Eminent Domain 1'rueeedinasIssued "' Clrrnlt Court In and for Bradford .
p ;''' '' ''' ''' '''''''''' '''''''''mndmmrpnnlImmboimwdii.L'' '''' ' ''' ''__ '''' ," m,mm: ,'im' i'ill(,tw' .'itIETHING '"" II" Ili sisal nt Staike, Florida, thla :.Match\
Itoad 2131. dexlirnated an "Project. on the llth day of AprilA. County will on the lint day of '"". 94'
5521" HH located surveyed and platted I>. 1044 In the case of BradFord April A, 1). 1944 at 10 o'clock In .\. J. THOMV.
by the Ktnle Itnnd lieinirtinentof County, a political milidlvlvlon the forenoon thereof. In Circuit Aa Clerk of said Court.IOFFICIAI. .
the State of Florida, and shown of the State<; nf Florida, vat Court Chamber In Bradford County SEAL)
hy right of way map thereof on Wlnford Franklin Klner, IJefendantw. .- Courthouse, at Stntke, Florida. con Knight A Knight, Staike FlorlilnAtty '
NEW! file In the, office of the Clerk of Common Law Cane No .104; alder.. Hold. Declaration nf Takltiir.appoint *. fur I'lf. 3-24: 4t 4-14
the Circuit Court In and for Bradford HH the name. appear on file inthis appraisers and mnke. ,,''''hord..r -
County, Florida, a true ropy officeW1TNKSS. aa the Court. deem proper 1% 5111(11'r 4-01 ItT IIII \ I>KOIIIIrOIVII.
of nald map or pint. being attached my hand and officialseal pursuant to law. KI.OHIIMl IN H\--
to the Petition filed. In the at Ktarke, Hradford County, All parties to the milt and all <'I.HV.llobnit .
i'! above entitled cause on the llth Florida, thlll llth day. of April, parties' Interested. may appear" mid Richard Boyer. rialnllff, v*.
IETHING ; day of April, A. 1) 1944. by the A. D. 1944. I be heard at the time and pima Viola Myrtle H o Y"", Diremlnnt.Caae ' tt
llradford County, a political I sub. A. J. THOMAS: denlffnatedWITVKHrt No. 3017.OHMKIl .
divlMon/. of the Stale of Florida, Clerk Circuit Coils Bradford : mv hum! and .Heal of OF rrHLICATION
against you. and each of you *.e.*kInir Countv. Florida.,, aid Court, thin the llth day of AND NOTICE TO APPI3AH
to condemn for public. road (OFFICIAL SEAL) 4-H It 5-5 :
Different ------------------------------ I
and highway drainage purpose the -
I *nl'01. .nnrrelat, land .Mtuatelnir' \' !% THE rlH(-l'IT C-OI'NT 1* AMIFOH
and being I In Bradford Coittitv, Hit A UFO Nil fOI\Tl.
Florid ,and more. particularly political
an follow: nAi>Foiin COUNTY a
Parcel No, I Kundlvlnlon/ of the .8Ute of Flor e
That ida. yr
portion of a
io RK'4 of N1JU of Section 27. Petitioner, ,. \
Township 6 Mouth flange 22 VII.'Vlntor". i
Fast. lean 12 acre denrrlheda Franklin Klner G. "Jim" CARY I iI
F Beginning at Northeast corner Orfendant.NOTICB ,
C H 'S i nf said SK'l! of NK% and .
run West. 3HZ feet: thenceHouthoRHlerly OF" TAKINfJ f
S
to a point 215 TO:. The followingnninvd known t
< defendant:
feet West of Soulheaxl; cornerof
said KRiJ of NiVi! thence Wlnford Franklin KII.r.'ho..." Continue to profit from the I
Kai to section line thence place of reHldenra (I",. nude County SPEAK STARKE
CAFETERIA .- STYLE I North to point of beginning; Florida. ,- service of a public ...rv nt of
Ivlnsr within BO feet of the survey And to all persons. havlna or proven ability, experience integrity I
1 line of ditch extension. left to Station claiming any right 'title, interest. and a desire to be ol
100 + 94 of Project &&21. Slateitnad estate. mortgage or other, Hen to ur 1.
1 2AI. said ditch centerline he- on those certain parrel of landIn SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15 service to the public and bin .
MENUPLATE 1i 'Ing described a.* Beginning' on the Bradford County, "Florida which" fellow citizens. His decisionshave ;
i Kn..t rioiindarv of said 'n:': of are Included In and required for
5:30 P. M. been based evidenceand
NF% at a point .111 feet South rrtFlORIDA'S drainage of that part "f tate upon
Uoad 281. denlk-nated. .* "Project552t" he will continue to follow
surveyed and platted
a* located
that
by the "State' Kond Department policy :

LUNCHES25c MAN of by the right Stale of of way Florida map thereof and shown on Everybody Come Out & Hear Jim (1',1111..1( ertliM-nwnt. paid I

file In the office of the Clerk of "Ir by frl Mid I.. of Mr. >)>
the Circuit Court In and for Brad DoullaII"y
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ford County Florida a true copy II II 6.6 6 6 661' ------
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NAT.SEZ:

% 4'' ;d, The C/iarlesA. Foundation
Wonder if I could get priority It / - Coffin ,i t ,

9' for building an ark? If these r Jnlldon't /
i confers a special'citation for ..- ty '
# t quit noon, look a... if we're ? ,. ,

gonna need one around here. The t distinguished wartime. achievenientA I
ground ua so full of water Claude PepperHe

Banter Sunday the kiddies had I i t/ie ... .
"k A ., I '
to bob for Kanter: eggs Insteadof 1

looking under bushes for, 'rrn. ,, ,ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER INDUSTRY e4: l
\\'o"t thing about It, though=: I ): : i
baa the "Know now" to
was" ('aught.1th a shortage of '- '' upocd with unprecedented demands the Eiectrie Light and
raincoats INEW get thlnxi done for Florida. (, ( i
Power Industry has met every wor- roJuct/OIf requirement, '

He baa already served his apprenticeship I 1 without delay and /, Impairment of its Peacetime services ;;

,' and with 'florin. to the public. This achievement merits the appreciation not 1

ARRIVALSIN colors' M a DOER. j only of merican industry but of the entire nation. \\ I Iraolol

/kfir "- THE CITATION, 'pis

ne has served the time necessary I THIS CITATION is richly merited-for, here is .' 'I
Seniority on
to secure .1 of industry that has done a remarkable'war fr

Important Senate Committees (/ : . .tt job that has not been generally recognized. | !.

WASH FROCKSSizes which are a growing t "If electric power should fail, or if it be too little or'r
What I Is the Charles A. Coffin foundation?
asset to Florida NOW and In f too late, the disastrous effects would startle all America.'!1,!, 'f

9 to 15 12 to 20 the FUTURE.He Coffin"' (\Vital machines would be motionless. Millions of homes'
PURPOSE the Charlei A. ,/
I THE toof |would be cold-and an eerie blackout would descend'
ia and reward ,
has the courage to fight encourage t
38 to 44 46 to 52 distinguished
the land. i
things through for Florida. (( achievement in the electrical! field over t

; !lby| "prizes 10 employees; by recognition to .; t)) But, electricity has not ailed Rather, in 1943 twice] t

$3.95 $4.95 HE HAS PROVEN HIS CAPACITY t >ing, power and railway companies: for improve:i as much power was produced as in the year before the,,
PROPERLYAND ''merit in service to the public; by fellowships to j f ,t
TO war-with the minimum of facilities-and
despite
''deserving new
and the
graduate students; by grant) ,
ADEQUATELYMANDLE {''of funds for research work at technical schools G t large losses of skilled employees to ,the Armed Services.] .

HILDRENS DRESSES FLORIDA'S INDUSTRY.CASE FOR BUSINESS FOR :'and college." i 4) In the words of J. A. Krug, Director Office of War+/

AGRICULTURE.. FOR FOR MARITIME |? ) Establishment of the awards was announced, [Utilities of W.P.B., "Power men-public and private-:i :

MATTERS FOR OUR I {twenty-two years ago in a statement issued byjtPresident .' should be proud of the job that has been done in provid-j

NEW SHIPMEN'rAges CITIES. TOWNS COUNTIES i ( Swope and dated: December 2, 19221 4 ing power supply. Power has never been too little or too I

.AND THE STATE. r: "On My t6, l)>2, CAar/ei /Coffin in hit j8lh I late." t,
3 to 6 (year retired from the active' leadership of the General t -
(IElectric' Company. Mr. Coffin hat ken identified \ We of General Electric, who have built a !large part '

He win be even more able toeeompIuJi If lltaitAtAedew/opmenie/sAtr/eeirkalisdwuryaimt I' \11 t of the electric equipment which generates, distributes'

$1.98PLAY : In the full term.future ,882.11, teat the founder and creator of the General j jElectric. [and' uses the electric power of America, take pride inf f

given a second [[ Company, of which he hat teen tht in-\\t" [the way this equipment is standing up under the strain

\I\ipiration and leader for thirty yean. Wts
win [of forced draft" wartime operation. .
Tour rote and support "/ ."expression of appreciation of}"r. Coffin'i\\ \ ,
SHOESNONRATIONED be appreciated. \rr'lJ/lI1Or" not only for the GewaElabit Com.tf) I )Many of the men and women responsible for this

tut a/JO/or the entire electrical indutiry.ndl remarkable record are your neighbors-the
pony
(Political .dvertbcmenl VH tot with lAt desire to mate loft appreciation enduring. or meter reader .who lives across the street,
Irtends .( Claude Pepper) manage'1
/ and constructive! ., Mr. Coffin'i, life and wort. [the accounting department who is 5nyour '

White Biege -. Red -' Green .. have teen. the Board of Director of ihf GeneralEiectrie the lineman with whom you bowled last night.

Hear Company,./tJ on hit retirement Coffinl'and.' 1 ti of appreciation from you to them will lend added sig.l

1.98 I to $4.95'ternberg's' Senator Pepper i now Foundation./mini to!' announce the [Charlel A. pificance to this well deserved citation. _General Eiectriefompanj '

8:15 Monday Night r' fur GsiaDSwortPrtddrU. Schenectady, New York., I

April 17 1944 r
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SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR veal at Starke Florida, this March Ixlnsr the Ivmmn..-.-
--- dated and b.
coitf]
day at the Florida Theatre la a
O'FFICIA'L Petition J h,.
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas prayed, "1\1'1
Sons Of Russia'Robert vivid picture of present day Rus- An Clerk of Bald Court. InA' of refunding b I .j fe\'
!! )r
sla and will help American Audiences INFORMATION OF CAMP\ BLANDING SHOPPINGAND Walter C. HardeMy. Daytona Bench Hoai'd of Admit, 'In''
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 3-31 4t 4-21: State of Florida 1 a
to a better understanding half of .
of the Russian people and to bet- RECREATIONAL CENTER 1 In the a BradRatr mdP t .
Taylor'sLast iv' rinrrrr roriiT. BRADFORD dated July 1, , 01
: ter explain their I heroic fight (-OrTY, FLORIDA| IN CHA.N- at the lowest 1944 rale' ,,,'lIn,
" :
(i'ttll V- nbalntk
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against the Nazis. Robert Taylor RvV'lla'rt Christie Plaintiff v;. a par ur n three;;
and Susan Peters are costarredIn AMUSEMENTSThe I Christie Defendant. per annum when '.old IA' ,
delivered by the pastor. Sunday William Kahn eat and bent bldd'. Pupok
r,l For Duration the film which spotlights romance Passover Services Milk Bottle afternoon the congregation wentto Case No. 3038.ORDER OF. PUBLICATION> annually 25, both and numh"'nd"I'. ', <>
and music rather than Senle Pre- ANTI NOTICE: TO APPEAR lar of .I ""I't :
Memorable Event the home of Mrs. description '
FLORIDA to: William !h mt'
the war. STATE OF bonds. Is i
f "Song of Russia," showing at FOOD vatt who has been confined to nahn Christie whose. real-. herein. contained !hap
L Taylor In his last role for the At Camp BlandingThe her bed for some time with bronchial deuce use State IIoBpltal. Columbia. Thin Jlule Nisi| >'h ,
the Florida Theatre Saturday
Carolina.
South .nr
duration. Is cast as an American lieu of a like Rub :<; '"'"
Camp Diner pneumonia. You are required to appear on :>11'1, .,
midnight and Sunday and Mon. symphony conductor making guest Passover Feast and services May 8, 1944. In the above named time and place ot hl'arln,""
appearances In the Soviet Union held in the Field House at Come And Get It Rev. E. J. Prevatt pastor of I Court and .cause wherein plaintiffs County herein hereby. on rescinded March i i 44 I'.W';*
r k. divorce. Bradford and %
prior to the outbreak of hosti Camp Blanding on April 7 and Maude's Place the Lawtey Baptist Church Mr. Telegraph e e shall publlMh. thin OrderIn Florida nONE. AND %v ,;'RGDnM:
thus
1 lities. There he meets and mar 8, were Impressive and memor Park Cafe and Mrs T. J. Prevatt and Troy next four weekly hand iMHUeM and' official 1944. In. ul6
Witness
my
ries the attractive Susan Peters. able. Between 1500 and 2000 servicemen Bennett were also visitors thereat Seal'! at Starke: 1 Florida this. April A. Z. ADK,
and their wives attended( Sweet Shop f. 1944. ISFAT.: ) {'(
still their this time. rCUII11,
They are on honey (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 3-31 4t (.If ;
the first Seder night and several Snack Bar
moon when war breaks out and Come to the Woodlawn Baptist AH Clerk of said Court
hundred were present the T. Frank Landrum. Stnrke, Fla.
his bride returns home to be
Church if are thirsting after 4t 4.28
you f-7
Atty. for PIt
second Seder night. All Jewish GIFTSCislain's (
with her people. At the close of food for the soul. The public Is -

his tour Taylor returns for his operated business establishmentsIn welcome to come and hear this iv niK-i'ir (t-oriiT IIRAUFOHD STROUT E
wife and Is given an opportunityto Starke closed at 6:00: p, m., on man of God. C'OI''Y. KLOHIOAl: CHt\- dT,
7th In order + A see Russia at war before they April by agreement Wonder Gift Shop Arthur Earl Meyer, Plaintiff VH. try property. Iii, .?,
9 / both return safely to America to that the members of the Jewish Bradford Photo lrilUTIT C'OIIl'r. BII . Rose Meyer. Defendant. Case No.': (2,000 sales of Ilnneu..1
Shop C'OI'-'I"'- Kl.OIIIUtl l\ (, Aereage. Slayer.
community could attend the cele 3039. tree all
tell the story of the Russian PUBLICATION> ea
('E141'<< ORDER OF World. Free once listing.
t'ts people to the American public in bration. The women of the J. \V.D. MILITARYSUPPLIES William R. Thompson, 'JI'I.-I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR; E.STROUT
I' Army & Navy Committee of Huth Naomi Carney ,,, STATE OF FLORIDA to: ROMS REALTY ACt
the common language of music.! fendant. Case No. residence 1... unknown.
x :.: ._ 3037. :Meyer whose !. : I R..erase. .Ad
OLttfKe arrived at the Field Housein OHDKlt You are required to appear on
(ii.
In about taco from PURLH'ATIO:>l
a complete *' I I a body early In the day to AN1> NOT1CJ3; TO APPEAR May 8, 19f(. In the above namedCourt Locally by
ly Our Breakfasts'are Ills most recent role In "Bataun, and cause, wherein plaintiff I
assist in and to Gislain's STATK; OF FIXmiOA to rtuth F'
Robert Taylor proves he can preparations, help Naomi Carney Thompson whose a e e k s divorce. Bradford. CountyTel..gr I' C. HOLLINGSWOa
this OrderIn
something handle a baton as skillfully as a serve and make the congregantscomfortable. I residence la. Route Mo. 2, L"ay City next ph tour shall weekly publish iBmieH."WltneH . 116 S. Walnut St,
Texas
to crow about I't gun and lives up to his reputation PHOTOGRAPHYBradford You are required to appear on my hand and. official I III !
thin April
' AlsoSHORT : as one of the most versatile This Important religious event May 8, 1H4! In the above named Heal, 1944.at Slarke Florida |
: H was whole-heartedly sponsored by Photo ShopC. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thoma
leading men of the screen. Susan M e e k..K divorce. Bradford County 1
) ''' ORDERS I An Clerk of said Court. l
the National Jewish Welfare Telegraph shall publish thin Order I
Peters, In her most Importantrole Jacksonville. '
t l i Smith Gardner In next four Hobert H. Duncan
weekly Ixxuen.Seal
Board-U.S.O. through their Army _ for Plf. 4-7 4t f-28' BradforlPhoto
served from to date. lives up to the pro Witness nw hued n 1 ffl I' I Fla. Atty
-
mise expected of her as the and Navy Committees of Starke i at "si'ark':, Florida i : this April;: -
a'l 9 a. m. to 9 p. m..' THEATRESI f 1944. IN: rmcrrr COTUT. EIGIITII
I heroic Russian girl whose great and Jacksonville and with the (bFKIJJIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ji-uiiiAi (ciu::irr OF FLOK.lll .
d Featuringthe love spans the globe. In the cordial cooperation Chaplain Isa- Florida All ( 1.k of said. Court.T. IV AM) FOR MltAUFOHOfUL.VTY.
<< : .NO. SVM4.T'I'K .
Frank I-anUrum, Ktarke., Flu.
best'of role- of Taylor's American manager Ish Rackovsky and the Camp Park Atty. for Plf. 4-7 4t 4-28 IIUAHU OK An.MINISTHAriO. : : -
Robert Benchley's sly humor ' authorities. To all of them goesa n body rorporHte UMdrr 5rrtion *
Ritz iv niiri-iT I.. of Article IX of the, COTHT nni>FoiiD
STEAKS & CHOPS when debt of deep gratitude for Its
: brightens up the screen rOCNTY, FLORIDA. I:* CHANSHY of the mute of Florid.,
ever he Is about. John Hodlak.movledom's success. (' : for and OB behalf of UUAUFVKUCOL.NTY.
TAVERNSBlanding'tenter Robert Arnold Kelsey Plaintiff, v... FI.OHIMA. .
latest sensation those seated the
Among at Miriam A. Petlllvnrr, ShopSTARKE
Kelsey. Defendant. Case .
CAMPDINER shows his mettle as the. Russian head table during the services '' No. 3028. -...
BarMaude's ORDER OF FITRHOATTOX TIIK H'l'A'I'H OK FLORI)A. et .!..
: ; farmer and fighter. conducted by Chaplain Rackov- ANn NOTIPB TO APPEAR Heapondent.
sky were General Eugene Pales Placeto STATE OF FLORIDA to: Miriam Itri.H 1MI.SI FLA.
Metal Rim Tugs, 2-hole Perforators I.R.T.C. Mrs.\ Fales A. Kelsey. whose renldenre la Box TO TUB STATE OF FLORIDA
: I Commanding 757 New Haven Connecticut. THU' SKV10RAL, PROPERTY OWN-
and office supplies of all and Post Chaplain Edwin Carter. You are required I to appear on KItS TAXPAYERS: CITIZENS" AND: Next to Western,fnini
kinds at Bradford County Tele of the group. Misses Harvene May 1. 1944. In the" above named OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMINU 1 1I
Corner Call and Cherry I ohorjor the occasion General Watterson and Horne Court and cause wherein plaintiff ANY> RIGHT, TITLE: OR INTERESTIN
; 4 graph. Fales released the following mes- Betty oeeka divorce. Pradford County I PROPERTY TO BI3; AFFECTED:
r 4r sage: assisted Mrs. Watterson in caring Telegraph shall publish this Order ::.fATJIIbAA''g'f} BY THE DevelopingPrinting
for the guests. In next four weekly luauea. ADMINISTRATION : J
"When the children of Israel Witness my hand and official I OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wall were peal at Starke Florida this March FOR AND ON BEHALF OF
left Egypt they gave up the week-end guests of relatives at 29,* 1944, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
i l fleshpots to which they were (OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. Thomas OF THE BONDS HEhEINAF'rERIIO1lE
( r porlrail Webster. A8 Clerk of said Court PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED.
& . accustomed and went out on a T. Frank J.and'um. Starke., Florida OR TO BE AFFECTED IN>
dangerous journey In the wild Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lamer- Atty. for Plf. 3-31 4t 4rZIIIV ANY WAY THEREBY.
.. .
1 ..::..:.- The State of Florida through the
erness to seek their freedom. eaux of Hawthorne were In town : find'IT COI'MT .BIIADPOnH State Attorney of the Eighth Jiulli Enlarging
The situation they faced required Sunday. ('011 VI'V. KI.OIllUAl IN:. OMAN- clal Circuit of the State of Florida
l C. Smith Gardner 'EHY. and the several property owners,
r u courage, self-sacrifice. Mrs) Lizzie Wynn of Jackson Phillip (Fllllppp)' Zhia. Plaintiff taxpayers., citizen and 'others. having
and devotion.I ville Is spending some time here. VH. Dora ZUao. Defendant. Case or claiming any right title or 12 Hour Service
: -Established 1900-
No. 2987. Interest In property to be affectedby
1 of New York and Miami hope that the Jewish men of Mrs Geo. Rahme, Sr., and Mrs. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND > the issuance of the refunding
my command gathered to commemorate Hazel Starr spent Friday and NOTICE TO APPEAR bonds hereinafter mentioned onto
STATE OF FLORIDA to: lUre. be In any way affected thereby.shall j ,
9' ONE 8x10 $2'-THREE 8x10 $5 the occasion: of the Saturday In Palatka with rel Dora Zlxzo, whose residence I III 40 be. and they are hereby required ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER
Exodus: at the Passover Feast atives. Wilson Avenue Brooklyn New to appear before thin courtat
Six 3x4 $3 -Twelve 4x4 $5 - York. the Court House In Starke, Florida I
will with the
be Inspired same Alvin Wynn S ''l-c U. S. CoastGuard You are required to appear on on the lilt day of May, 1D44 .
IN LADING CENTER spirit for we also are Facing May I, 1944 In the above named at 10 o'clock A. 1'of.r and show cause
STUDIO of/ Ponte
I Vetra were called Court and cause wherein plaintiff why the prayers of the Petition For Portrait Work
BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. the problem of freedom or i home due to the serious Illness seeks. divorce. Bradford County filed in the above entitled proceeding I
slavery.Let Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn nhould not be-granted, and
; and death of ,
iN1r their mother, next four weekly Imiueii. the bonds therein described and the
us prepare 'ourselves spiritually Mrs. Carrie Wynn. We expressour Witness my hand and official proceedings heretofore had author- ..
as well as technically and
deepest sympathy to the fam
physically to achieve our freedom
' Drop in at, the and perpetuate It." ily. Ii

t ,.f. E. W. Fales, Brigadier General ''VOODLA'VN

U. S. Army Commanding. ,
.' .SWEET SHOP By Mrs Sly He Rafuse .

CLAY HILL Regular services were enjoyed

y Opposite Park Theatre By Lura Burgee again at the Woodlawn Baptist I

""i Correspondent Church. This beautiful Earner :a I lIIffKkIMd A

For real soul-stirring message was
The Baccalaureate sermon

will be Sunday at three P. J\.!. at &..

? the Clay Hill school. Rev. Cut- .-
ilki
Candy Sandwiches :
1t Wrapped shaw will deliver/ the address. A

'ot is also .
program songs planned.The

: III : The Coldest Drinks !In Town Jimmy graduates Wilkerson are and Leon Billy Carter..Wil LookingFor *r-\ Ij S _

S. kinson.
..1 L..
All Popular Magazines & Morning Evening Papers Miss Thelma Corpenlng. of the a ;

Women College at Tallahassee

spent Sunday with her grand tY

'parents son Mr and Mrs T. A. BrtnJ A .

'If" THEATRESTARKE Joy Wilkinson daughter of tt 1F' EER Ma a jrl.

T I) Arthur Wilkinson celebrated her Gift _

4 birthday Sunday. There was a big
I ,, ''iJ : L U cake and Easter "egg hunt. Chas.

Wilkinson and wife from, Jack
sonville were present. Mr. and Thai's'

Midnight Saturday Mrs. Fred Long, Mrs. Ralf Go.)- % 1VOTED'

bold and daughter Shirley from


r Sunday, Monday --- Apr. 16 -17 April Tallahassee School 21. closes and The at other commencementwill Clay friends.Mill on Different I '! I


be at 8:00: P. M. Dr. Ramage ImportedEbony''Miniatures

from' the University, will glv* the '

: ''A#; A"'flJt' 1Ne Bowles address. will County give out Supt.the C.dIplo-B. :>

;. mas.Mr Mexican Hand Woven A GREAT BEER FOR 30 YEARS ,

4(7 1J1/1M and Mrs. Rob Carter havea Shopping Baskets
; ;,,
1'." ... . -i 7 new baby girl. It Is their first *

,,, y \ $f' \ \i\Th\ .lr. Is a singing, soaring child.Pvt. Pumpkin Coach Since 1914 this golden mellow brew has been
Bill
+,; 1 1t r \ story of lov.-a glorious ro- Tanner from Camp Jewel Boxes ,

/a-' ., 'manctt heightened-by-wonder-""." with Crowder his, parents Mo., Is Mr.on and furlough Mrs. the choice of many thousands of discriminating
| music I
+ ) (Ivl I.
'. Dave Tanner. Fragrant beer-lovers. Try.JAX today and we believe
T'6&&mTAYLOR Miss Jewell Wilkinson from Rose Beads

-. Tallahassee where she attends that thereafter for
s you'll always cast your vote
i the Womans College, spent her

I Easter vacation with her parents Hand Tooled JAX. by saying: "Make Mine JAX! You can't

$ Mr. and Mrs Jack Wilkinson. Beaded BeltsHammered ,
\
; There will be no church service buy better beer no matter what you pay!"

I at Long Branch Sunday. Rev.

;; SUSAN PETERS Cutshaw will be at Clay Hill Silver

6f#c1 I School. Trays
T
**ji P'**<
.

Y y.: song RUSSIAwl : I Hampton Happenings Fish Scale

{ ; By Barbara JlomeSUND.Y EarringsForgetMeNot '

0 SCHOOL PARTY S G''o.1111J'

:i. ,iI.}< h"JOHN'' .*T ROBERT Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Grp 8"1

t : \t HODIAK BENCHLEY honored'her Junior .boys and girls> Friendship Rings p
J, / of the Baptist church with an : Wad 8 0 ,4GA'OAt

FELIX BRESSAR1 Easter Party last Friday after \ BEERMtNII

Screen: Play by foul. ........AUlcSord noon. Different Indoor games Get It AtGISLAIN'S *
j Cellln Olrectwl .byOreaory were played and later the guests

I ''i} id 4 Roteff ......ucH 'by were Invited into the dining

I ,;.. .,,-ph P.temok room where the table; was cen- THE DRINK' OF FRIENDSHIP

)' tered with an Easter "Bunny"
.j1J among"-a lovely nevt of colored
: . J'-- ..'. .. . -'
S -
; eggs. Refreshments assorted| Next To Koch's Drugstore
( cookies and drinks were served JAX BREWING COMPANY( Jacksonville.'I .






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when "Phantom -Lady", costarring I Tuesday JWB Parties THERESSA ing al 11:00.: U.Y.P.U. at 7:00: I I II slat l II44OFFICIAL! : County, at 10:00: o'clock A. or.. or
[ntom Ladv'triller Ella Raines Franchot! Tone MU Ida I 1'. M. and Preaching at 800.: ( tRAL I ) A. J. Thomas MX noon therenftvr an the matterran
By HagmMr. I .
Are ResumedThe An Clerk of ni>lit Court/ lie heard for authority to sell,
and Alan Curtis will occupy tho Prayer Meeting every Wednesday. T. Flunk l.iindruni./ Clarke, Florida'' at public or private mile, the following
and Mrs. WT Zelgler anJ night at 8:00: P. M. E. J. Prc- Ally. for i'If. S.!( 4t 4-M I described. real evtat. .. In wild
screen. usual Tuesday evening JaCksoh:1IIe: County, to-wlt:
family of spent Sun- vatt of Jacksonville Pastor. lTIIK ('01 ,,'r OF TIIW COt'MTY' I Went hair (way) of Lot Fifty-
.
The title refers to the woman i party for service-men and their day with relatives here Everyone welcome to these SE'I- Jl )(..:. Illl \,,.'onn "'<> l\Tl: two (6:1): of Kcctlun lit Town-
needed as an alibi for an innocentman. i Mrs.V.. h'i.onlut. Nhlp A South Range 23 Kant: ;
T. Garrett )
left FrI
wives which Is the vices
,
She Is the woman whom i sponsored by ;I 1oJtN/ : .:..."", of Thomas Hubert Lot Three ((3) of Hertlori a2. '
At Parkand Starke Jewish Welfare Board : day for Camp Shelby. MI s., t/ Crawford :Minor.NOTH'M Township S South Itanir 21 .
ed civil engineer Alan Curtis met at !I spend a while with her husband Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of ()Jo' APPLICATION: Foil )Mast) contalnlnir In all 18acre. ,

a bar one night, took to the theatre Army & Navy Committee and held I I who is serving! In the Army. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. L.KAVK TO 1'1&0:1.1. UANll :I a part., more(,\Vondlawn or lens,,and aroordlnK being tto .'

and then bids good 'night. at the U.S.O. Club Temple & Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MUM- Shuford's parents Mr. and Mrs Notice la hereby given t o all plat thereof recorded In the I
[ thrifts will be broughtns It the which his I wham It may conrrrn 'hal Peach public record of Umdford
was night during J. S. Shuford
of the Park Theatre Washington weekly, was omitted ran spent Sunday with her parents last week-end. I'ruwfuril.. a.. DiuirillHit or the estate I County, Florida.Which .
wife was murdered. during the Passover holiday week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. .Sulli J. B. Cody and wife are around 1 ut Thoinaa U"h..rt l t'rnwford, Minor, I application will b. based
Monday and TuesdaySec During his trial and after his again. They're here visiting\ will on the let day of May 1(44, upon the petition for .al.. now on ,
These parties will he resumed van.Miss npulv to the llniinritbln K.: 1 K. I
conviction when his secretary Ruth Slbley anti Miss! friends for a short while ferryman' ('uunl) Judge In and fur file In laid Court.
next week on Tuesday evening vnlil. County at bin t.friv .In the I Dated !March. Soth, 1014 I
Ella Rains In love with him, triesto April 18. The affairs have developed Grace Dickerson spent a few days Lou Edwards spent last weeK (.ourthoiiBu: In S t a the, In mill' Peach Crawford, Guardian.
find the alibi woman, she is in Putman Hall with Ruth's visiting relatives In Jacksonville.
into a popular feature
balked by terrible obstacles. The the U.S.O.'s grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lem Mrs Harry Hlghamllh (formerly -
program Of'l
murderer Is Franchot Tone, par- and their religious cultural : Sibley. Jean Edwards: ) of Jacksonville. h

anoic sen 1 tor and supposed i her .
p was visiting palentl1Ir. and I
OurExclualve social tone Is attracting: an ever- "II.MAMS-HKKSKV': : THEPARKCAFE i '
friend of Curtla. Tone resolvesto MI's.11\ Edwards Sunday.
Line widening and eager audience. L. V. Williams and Miss. Gladys I
murder Miss Raines when she, I
DecorativePine Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell Jr..
Hersey were united In marriage/
discovers In his apartment the
Camera Contest Sunday at 2:30: P. M.. In Staike.. of Jacksonville were visiting ,. Ii
evidence of his crime. Help arrives The them friends and relatives here Sunday

Needle in time, however, and Tone Open To Soldiers happy community man'fed.wishes life. along .
crashes win-
thwarted through a
I Ml's.111 Edward wits shopping I
Trays dow to his death. And WivesBaby We are all In sympathy with in Jacksonville Saturday. 120 S. Walnut

$5.95 Miss Ralnea Is and I Mr. Wynn of In his
23c to lovely givesan pictures will adorn the Hampton Several- Easter, parties were

Intelligent portrayal of a bulletin board In the lounge at bereavement /given last week-end. On Friday '

; smart and determined woman In the USO club across from the night Irene Prevail entertainedat "Eat
e In the role of at the Best :
1 :love. Tone Is good pontofflce during the week of BROOKER her home the Baptist Young '

semi-madman with twitching eye April 30 to May 6, for the ArmyVlves' sty Minnie Lou IliizrnMrs. People's Training Union Class and
and clenching hands. All othersIn \ Council Is sponsoring! i Mrs. Will Edwards! entertained E
the cast to the Lula Hunt and Mrs. J. ). And the Rest"Looking
help promote baby picture contest open to all < ; the Methodist. League class. at her forget .
Novelty definitely exciting atmosphere of servicemen. The photographs en- I Hunt of Newberry were guests of:home Both parties were greatly

Shell this film. tered will be given all possiblecare Mrs. Bannle Molt and family I enjoyed by those attending.
several I
..- says Mrs M. A. Harper 1' days. Iturnell Wilkinson of the U. S. for Good Time?
LaJnp EVERGREENMrs. new member of the Council who I! Mr. and) Mrs. Floyd Barry. and Navy, left Sunday to go back to a

15 Ihy Is In charge of arrangements for children Mr. and Mrs. O. W. hU base. After a brief furlough
'Cb. Maggie Forsyth returnedto should be Barry, Mrs. Coleman Dees and Come toMaude's
Froth the contest. Pictures I I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
To II'hlch Jacksonville Monday aft a r brought In before April 30. The children\ and Mr.-and' Mrs Eldon Walter Wilkinson. A delightful

Chooseflorets spending the past three weeks age range for the babies is I Hardy were Easier guests of Mr. chicken supper was given for him

with her mother, Mrs. J. 'S. Ro three months to three years and Ian I ,) Mrs!! Raymond Crews and Saturday night by his aunt, Mr.. PlaceAcross

alert the baby must be related to the i family In Jacksonville. Arthur Pearce Those present enjoyed

Mr.. and Mrs Eugene Forsythand serviceman or wife who makes I| Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colson and I the evening. from NCCS-USO

son of Jacksonville spent the the entry. Choice of the "moatappealing" I Mr. and Mrs. J, K", \Douglass were Mrs. Billy Edwards of'Jack..on-.

week-end with ,B. E. Rosier and I baby will be made on, Easter!! guests!! of Cpl. and Mrs. villa was visiting friends and relative Temple Avenue

mother. Saturday May 6, when all visi- Resale Colson at ,Valdosta here Sunday.Mr. .

Souvenir Marion Hamilton a Seabee, Is tors to the Club will be pel'mltIted 'I Mr. and Mrs. Triiby lodge and and 111'1John Dye of

Shell visiting his wife,. Mrs. Pauline to vote. The winner will be children of Jacksonville wet!e! Miami were visiting Mrs. Dye'a Beer Lunch

Hamilton, at the home of her I announced at the couple dance weekend guests .of Mr. and Mrs. parents", Mr. and DAs A. M. ,

Dolls 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.I I that evening- Henry Hodge. Blanchard Saturday
Mrs. Paul G. Diamond Mrs. U. .
,ee Our Complete Small 1 Rosier. T. Rayburn and Mrs L.. E. Clary I Seaman Earle- Cook of Nf-w I The Rev Fred Boyer IH sp'ndIng Good Fellowship ;j

el.-itlon In Pvt. J. C. Prlngle. of Moody assisted Mrs. A. V Cockerhamand York Is home on n 15-day fur a few days with his daughter, I,

and Largt' 11zcs Field, Valdosta, Ga., was visitinghis the staff In preparing the I lough. Mis. Mary Moore '.
3 Mr, and Mrs. Hairy Siipp and
wife and baby Saturday. luncheon last Thursday. A major I On Friday night of this week,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harnli\
Mr and Mrs. Frank Crews and feature of the program was !.lrll. son the Kev. O. E. Cuuhaw of Baldwin -
Sapp of Jacksonville were Easterguests
children of Lawtey spent Sunday Elizabeth Lorenz's talk about Po- of their mol t her Mrs will be holding services at I
vith her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. : land, her native land. Though she Nora Sapp. Mrs Senle Pievatt'a home. Kveiy-:
the similaritiesIn one is cordially" Invited to attend
Q. Rosier. emphasized many Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hazrn returned .
at The "New" Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddln customs of living between tho to their home- at Sarasota this service

and son and Miss dance Rosier United States and Poland her Monday, after several days visit l> ('''U'II'I' <-01 ii-r<< \I''OIlIt<< "C
spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.J. audience was interested In the here. with relatives. twiyrt, i--i.iiiiin\i IN lit \>.
fact that In Poland it Is custo- ( 1':1": .
ONDERift B. Gasklna near Lawtey. Mrs Morgan Tilghman and .
! John A. Zfhcilco. I
I'lulnlirC
,
VM. Unlitvbcrifp
to eat five meals a day .# .
Mrs. J.. M. Rosier and daughters mary daughter. Bobble returned home |"i.f.-iuliiht., Casa No.' 2U17 r is yIi' +
and for wedding celebrations to Olt'010'' r'i'Hi.ic'ATio.v( :
Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Cutcliffof Friday. after several days visit
feature I ANI I> NCITICH/ TO APPI'JAIt
last week .As an Easter -
Woodlawn were Visiting- Mrs. a with Seaman Tiixhmun in Ml sIstdppl. STATE OK PUiltinA to: Hulii
Shop on the program Mrs. Bern ZeLiedre, IIOHO renlilenra. l t.
Rosier ] Seaman Tilghman la now unknown
J. S. Rosier and son, B. E. MUlls and Mrs. R. R. Thorn-i (
Saturday night. stationed In California. You are required to apimnr on s
# !tang Irving Berlln'3 "Easter Mrs. Zed rick Hamilton and May 1, 11144, In the all..ve11..... I
Next Door Toeila.s Mrs Dan Rosier and son How- PaMde": as four army wives Court and c-uuoc, wherein' pluintirtxeekM "
Rosier of children and mother, Mrs. Ham illvnriJlaciruril. County I !
ell and Miss Annie- modeled Easter bonnets especlilly -
Telegraph' shut
ilton of Palmetto were weekendguests publish III In OUr|
Dress Shop I Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith designed and constructed for In next four weekly INKIIPH. WellaveEVERYTHING
of relatives here witness my hand .unit orficlnl
..... relatives. the occasion from cardboard and Meal' .
------- Mrs. Larson Mintz and daughter .t"u'ke' Florida this Murcli23rr1 I

,___ ---------_..' crepe paper.- The tables were Bobbie. of Jacksonville. \ were ( ., 1014.OKKiriAr. PK.U.V: A. J. Thnnmit
decorated with i bunnies lambs week-end guests of Mrs. Mintz' All <'...rk of .nlol| Poor/
and Easter baskets. Mrs Robert T. Frank I.Hrulrum, Htarke. Florida I Iyou'll
parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Lee AUy. for IMf.
4t
RY OURhili 3.31 4-2t
Lawrence and Mrs! M. A. Harper Galney Friends of Mi..s. Lee ..
were awarded USO pins In recognition IN ruirrir IUl III', mii<< ..'<>ni>
Gainey will\ regret to hear that (01 '1'rt, Pl.lllllllll lIH \%,. for
of over :50> hours of ('.::1"'. want a
she Is very ill\ and was taken
I i volunteer ''work by each of them. (L N. rilnirrr. Plaintiff v.. 8ulll 4
to the Alachua County Hospital!
Mrs.Va! I tel' Bateman staff ::11I13.II 11..111".'""', I''fel"lallt', C.'IINO *'".

assistant at the Club, states that Sunday.Friend of Have Webb will regret ([ntl":U OF-' l'I'JII.I'ATION'ASII /
[ ot Dogs the "Newcomers' Coke Hour", onVTondnys' NOTlOn/ TO AI-PKAIl ! BIG EVENING !
know that he suffered t
at 3 'o'clock, has Introduced heart to attack at his home In Jacksonville a-' If.N'l'A'r lielllriffer.!(:, 'IF )0'11111'\who' a I reHlOvnve...: Sallie. In :

many recently arrived Shelby North, Carolina: '
last week and Is 111
Dogsamburgers very ,
army wives to the activities it You are t-eriulrvd, to appear on
Mr. Webb Is a former resident of May a. l 44. In tli. above nunifrt
the group. Several have expressed Brooker. and his many friends here Court apt| riiUNp, wherein' plaintiff' DRINKDINEDANCEBLANDING
Interest In the volunteer service I HvekN dlvorcn. llru wish him a speedy recoveiy.LAWTEY Telegraph' shall 1 1 piilillfh. this' Order
pro ram. Mrs. John A. .o. 1. III next four weekly I l..Hum.
Fausett chairman of the ArmyWives' WltnrHM my hued/ putt offlrlul

"COME AND GET IT"J. Council, has been responsible Seal G. UH.at **"lrkei KlorldB thin April mmm at --- I ,

for organizing these get. 10"'Jo'IIAr. HI3AM' A. ./. Tho"", ...
Ily :Minn 1'I'n: l Warren An Clerk of milil. Court."
. W. Griffis, Prop. Next to NCCSUSOSTA'RKE acquainted gatherings, with the T. Frank l.nn.lruiii.. HlHrke' Flu.
; ,_.. ,, assistance of other members of METHODIST C'llTKC'II Atty. for I'lr 4.7 4t 4.28 l
: ;
__._,_,_.__ ___ - --7n. ;!
the Council. Sunday School at 10:00: A, M. i l\ ('IIU'II'I' (4IIHIIII! \1.01111 I
Mrs Harold Anderson won first I Morning worship 11:00: o'clock. i 1('OI.:lIt.\'I't", l<-.l lllltl lJonald \ ( I/tt-

prize la the Easter egg hunt at I I Evening worship at 7:30: P. M. [ 'f* Iliitchcr. IMalnllff. v...

the couple dance last. Saturday I I Herbert Hazzard.: Pastor. Everyone 'a.a Mplliii. No.n":1012.Olttlhit tIi. Ihitcncr., livfendnnt '

night, and Cpl. James Brate'sdeft ,. welcome. : op. r-fULK-ATION/
fingers won him first prize A.VII: NOT I CM: TO AHI'RAIt CENTER ;1
.
'
STATK I 0'| FI.OIIIDA ro Melba
for the most cleverly deco.auM BAPTIST! < III'KCII (tilth 1I"II'h..r.vho..." t.rpKlJnr: ,In. :
egg. his wlnnng! entry being a All are invited to attend services ;JS1 Went llurrk St. tit Louts MIa-
sour!, Itt. II.
caricature of Adolph Hitler here each Sunday. Sunday You are required to appear on
Others were made to look like School at 10:00 A M. and Preach- April 2411), 1944 In the above named
flowers Uncle! Court, and I-UIIHF. wherein plain BAR
Easter bunnies
j
tiff ne a k II dlviircw. Itrad Cord
Sam. and girls In imaginative I: '-----------.r County: Teleirrniili; : shall I piiuHh||: thin
millinery. Miss Madge! Middla-\ .rt Order In nest four weekly IHKUOM./ :

Mon. Tues. Apr. 1617 18FRAHCHQT ton and Miss Annie Mae Pearce t M..r.. at n Hiarke.my, Florida hand\, ,and thin t' official March; I ,,_,__,_,_,_______'_'______'_'_y I i ici"
., of Jacksonville assUter (in serving _ h

refreshments to the guests.

On Tuesday: evening the newly I J ,

organized commu nit y singing

group will meet again with Pvt. I ? SOLDIERS.

Carmen Scocco accompanying on

the piano. Miss\ Sara Reed, director i

has selected song fllden) of I ( Enjoy the newest in
old and new favorites. for the !i

event. I I I sports amusements'BASEBALLBOWLING'

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Your kldn. .y. a'. eonitinHy 5k.r'a and wanta
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TONE I"ota.ya.omotim..I..la th.lr work do light
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Symptom may b.na. ln(baekacb. I with a minimumof : I'' .
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AlAH CURTIS order are ......Im.* buralac.aematy or
too frequent urination( f drop into
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a, AURORA Do.n'. fill Doan't have been wfaaincnew TheSNACK .. I
THOMAS GOMEZ Irieode lot more tban forty y-...
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FRIDAY.

: BRADFORD COUNTY TELJOORArU; 8T.\RIU. FLORIDA _ _ _ _ _ _
EIGHT
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--"J'OLITICALANNOUNCEMENT .rc In the primary. election of May > O T I (' l.ICl' the Courthouse beginning at 10:00: Evelyn' Doen whose..on, Independent residence it, --- .

:t.. 1944 If elected to this position INTENTION TO -: . ., ...OR
;: of high revponHlblllty, 1 will discharge FOLLOW. iNch ('0 II I' 0 It A T ION SLISTED of May A. I. 1944. Easement. fur Hinsottri.You required to appear on E-L-E-C-T I YOtn
_ _ _ road too feet. wide are ,
HKLOVV WHICH CORPORATIONS right of way
I the duties of the office to .above named
In the
1 lit 4.
wrdn! will be reserved from any panelthn.ugh May 15th., I
Ti\i>r.vr the bent( of my ability and In a : INCORPORATED wherein plain SIJPERINIEDtOF
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FOU "( UOOi, m n-ni: cxlmlngHUte Court and cause
. cnnilldHto fair and Impartial muniier. Yourvote L'NDKR THE LAWS OF FIMlII which there IK ail Hradford County A. FILLYAW I
I hereby |>r 'nent myelf an ii In coin.ptinite tiff seek divorce. J.
fur, Ih.. office of Supi'ilittendnnl and active support will begreatly >A, AND' ARE DKLINQL'ISNTFOR Itnad and HH to 1"1,1. Telegraph shall publish this Order I
aeis! or more.title l'l'CUe
of 10
Oil tract
TIIRKE (H > YEARS .l
mihjectto appieclated.Sincerely. IssueVltness *.
.. liiMruclliin. weekly
. ? Public , In next' four
of all I petroleumurnl
t one-half
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UNDKIt': THE PROVISIONSOF n !
the votern. In I thPiluiarv MORE hand and offlctjl
the 1.1'oHllruf \ my
Election of Mny' :2.I . 11)44 It!. I., JOHNS.on : CHAPTKIV 14877. ACTS OF three-founliM. it if other inlncrulo seal at Starke. Florida, this April INSTUI'f'TIOSVOTE

I I If elected to till. of f ii.-. I will at .' AtMr.uMdt. OP T\\IH: I Ml, AM AMMNI>I 1J. LAW OFKU will h. rmnrvid.Lot AVnrd Hoc. 111th.. 1944.
I 8 of Elk I t'lty
; all tlmcH <'ondiict "'y..lf. In u manner I li.Tcbv announce my cundldaiyfur "IUDA.Notice .0, K ((il.'WlCI/L.'' HEAL) A. J. Thoma [ 2
ciimlui. 'Ivilo I iironmtlon. ofI r.-.I"I..n| to tlm office of :.: IH hereby given under the 8, Twp. 7 5, HK Ward 'lty EI..... A* Clerk of said Court.T. FOL1Arthur
of Fllk I,
IIP pillion tinnal I *\..tem 0 f I IM"county AnHPMHor. of Taxen, and earnestlyNfillcll provlHlonH of Chapter 18X80), Act J.oI 4 Frank I.nndrum Starke, Florida.
I pariiPBlly. Hiillc l 'It your. your vole and *ui>\\xrl. I'rom- ut III3B: Lawn of Florida. to each 8> 'l'wp.THPSTEl? S 'lWNTKn.VAL! IMrilOVRMRrfT : Atty. for plf. 4-14 41 5-6

c vote and .uI'III'I.. Icing you 'Ht If I am ntimlnnled of the Corporations llHted below, FliNt OF TIlE
MI..vIN{ p Fim.H and re-elected 1 will I "give the name .being' Incorporated under :
FOU ('01 :\'I'" (0\1'1I""If'II 1:1t I :inr>i'A year, ,>; honeHl ft.Ii l 1':1f:: und the LUWH of Florida that according> MTATli! OK FLO111HA. Trut. ,,- i> i-iiu-iir (-01 KT, IIIIIIIOHI
A. J. ThMiiiHK. Agent tll\N-
J."y "
Impartial service.. nf ( <>! M't, .'I.OlllnI'
cuiidlducy record of h" Secretary
announce mv to the .
for I County hereby Coinmli I .lon..r from HIMIrk.t I Thanking 1 1 you for pant tovora.a I Stale. each and every of such corporation ..* I. I. Fund lliadford County.Ib (''';11''.

No.2. Hubjucl to I the will I ...fthe nil trii.tlng a coialnuunce of the nppear, delinquent' for Ha"o'l' KHcabeth Ruffhnn Plaintiff

Democratic voter In h. primary !, Ham**. I aiimYours threw II: > years or more In the filing VH. Glenn. Albert Puffham, Dvten
election. MaY: 2. It .1"'I..e1* most ulncovely.M. of report and payment of .)' ''''.: OF* MM'I.H''I'1OFOH dant. Cane No. 30(111.OI1DKK ( : .

I promlne. to help admlnlnle;* Hi,* W. IfAYES.FOII taxes under the provlnlmi of T' \ I KI'MVeimfe 0''"' Pl-BLICATION
affair. of the entire county In an !Ml'I'KItt I"OH Chupler, 14877 Act. of 11)31) 1, Law (! Illll %.. .(IU: I ANi NOTICE 'l'() APPEAR #
hnnpHt. fair Had mtiiare' manner to 0. Hr.tillTIIATlOV of "Florida and that, tinder the NOTICI-! J1IRTIEBV I C1IVK.V: STATE OF FLORIDA to: helm

the .Lent of my ability. Your Vote I hereby announce tny candidacy. )prnvlnlon. of said Chapter 188HO 'I'h..tfaml.. \ >.....11 Kdwardu' holder Albert Buff ham, whose. residenceIs I _
ami! nctlve mipport be grt'nllYRppr."lat..d. for the office of isiiporvlKur of Act of Ifl.lli: / Law of Florida tyild of 9-lOth.( of Tax C'ruificate No. l : It. F. U. No. :8 Madrid. Ne.v

Hfglw't'ttllon. for... full term having corporation have been dunned. a. II ), issued the Sib day of August.
-R. L. (rrawfir I jiivt recently been appointed Miihject to he dlnnnlved: and that A. 1'). 192S. linn. filed Kami" In my York.You are required to appear on tFor

.011.. .1I1.a..I.. by the lovernor lo fill the unexplred three 13' month after the date of office and ban. made application May Ifith.. 1 19C. In the above named : _ _ _
Tf xThe voter and elllxwn( ottradfmd term of lion. .Ia....... 1''. llolllngHworth thin publication each and every of for a tax deed. to be matted thereon .- Court and cause, wherein plain*

County: r..I.n..d. mich, corporation listed below that Said certificate embrareN the tiff seeks divorce and custody of
I hereby announce my ('candldac The vottt Riid active support ofall have not In the .meantime, filed following dearrllied property In time minor child. Bradford. County
for reelection t" In* office of voters, In the Damocratlc PrlmurlfH their report due and paid all County of Brudfoid State of Florida Telegraph hall publish thIs Order

Sheriff of Hradford County. In In.May are earnestly noil- taxes due under th. provlnlon. of to-wlt: In next four weekly limuen.WltneHH .
which I am now ,...{vlnMy socond cited.If Chanter 14677. Act of ltil: I.HWM All Block 7 l-'x lot 4, 5, 8 and my hand and official

term. Sine my .1"'I"n! a" your elected I will faithfully perform nf Florida will h* certified to the NHi of Lot 3, Town of Liiwtev W seal nt Ktarke, Florida. thin April.
"Sheriff I have al all time conducted ench and every duty connected Oovernnr who will issue proclamation of Ity., See., 33, Twp. 5 W: n. 22 18th. 1944.OFFICIAL.
the dutle* of thla niont Immrlant wlfh the office In an efficientmanner. at that time dissolving nil Idcorporation I".' ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAn

office In a fair, hone.innorable .. . *. I The assessment. of the saId prop Clerk of saId Court.

t and Imnarllal' """"I"sn neepectfully. NAME erty under the said. certlflrate Issued It. H. Duni-nn, JackMonvllle. Florida
re-election I am doing J. n KELLY. Mill Inc. I In the of Mr M. .
seeking American Tung Oil wa name A --._ rn. ISiC 4-14 4t 5-S ..
n on my record an. your Rh..rlCfor FOIL ('()r'ry ('0'1\ !K! IOKH PRINCIPAL i PLACE; (.l" HUSINESHIrnoker : : ]:. KdwardH.I'nleBK - -. .

the pant. eight year during Dlntrlet. One Fin.H said certificate shall he
rhlrh I itave at all "" .... "..rv.?'.. I hereby announce my candidacyfur I I" further directed. that m a redeemed according to law the I
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n. a manner that I feel free t reelection to the office of copy nf thin notice be puhllihed property rte.rvlbed therein. will be TAXPAYERS'ESTIMATES
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ollclt your vote .and .","P"'"* 'In County CommlHuloner. DlHtrlct One One tlm In the Hradford Cnuntv sold to the highest bidder at the

h* primary election of May 2. Bradford County Florida. I greatly. Telegraph a newspaper publlnhed courthouse door on the first Mon '

.\ I have nerved an SheriffnV I In In appreciate. the confidence the voter In Hradford County Florida In day In the month of June 1!
> of the mnnt trying" times and have Mhnwn In me In the pant which county the home office of which l I. the 5th. day of June, 1!> Carefully ConstableDistrict

history of Bradford Countv and aiMure them that If reelected the above tinted corporation I I.. Dated this 11 I Ih.. day of .44'1 R.
invite you record/ time to Inveetlgate work..1at I will continue! tn conduct the af- shown to h* located.IN 1944. Prepared MTwenly

my I have. .Brad for fairs nf thin office In an honest WITNESS WHEREOF I have OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. One
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all time to mak liveI efficient and Impartial manner hereunto net mv hand and canned Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford 'PftN
County a respectable plaCe vote to and AKHiirlng you of my thank. for the great S".I.of the State of Florida County Florida. 4-14 4t Ii-:> : I BY lit
earnestly solicit your your vote *nd Mtipport on May 2nd. to h* affixed at Tallahnnne. SCIuHII Wo

support on May 2.A. ANDnpuFoil : Respect fully the Capital. thin the 14th day of
Q P. D. REDDISH.KOH I\ rilU'I'lT ('OJ'RT. nit "U"'ORn I
D. 1944. H. O. BROWN & SUPPORT -
_ COUVTV' ('0IWaaoKlt fl.KPK C'lltri'lT fOI'IITI April. A. R. A. tRAY ('fOI'NTV FI.OIIIII' IN ('II."N- I YOUR VOTE ,
|.I TIIU'T TWO candidate for reelectionto of Statev .
am a (SEAL) Secretary
HONEST.QUALIFIED
At th" request of many of my. the office of Clerk of Circuit R. Dnen Plaintiff V*. 118 S. Walnut St. WILL BE APPRECIATED
t hereby announce my candldacy Ruth Evelyn 1> o e n. Defendant.
friend of I hepec.ple
will
CommlHnlonefrom (Court "uhj..et to th* Tin rOTNTY JtltK't CO!'HT Case No. 8065OfltER /
County "
for I
Democratic PilmarleN.
In the next .
District Number Two (N rthHtarke Kit 1J'nlllJ fOt"VTV.' Fl.OUint. OF PPRLICATION Starke. Florida ,

) and If Nomln t d aniKlected. of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: AND NOTICE TC APPEAR
Indebted to the people
,' I will continue to ....rvf! thin I am County for- their friendship/ Notice la hereby given that I I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kuth (Paid Political Adv.) RELI
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Accounting
I havIn Final allrn."u.lx
of ability nil have filed my
to t the best my and .encouragement anti I If
thank fnv support of Will and Entate. ""--- ---- -- -- -- -----
the past.. I. wish to re-elected I will render faithful the --- --- ___ -- --- v ,
\ and of Martha K. llgg, and will on
thefr support.
for past
. friend oervlrn. In the office and take everroccaiilon
favor in. nf May 1944 make
that you will again the 8th day application
Hope for -
vote In the Muy, 1'1'1.I pr"M..lnlC my appreciatlon to the County Judge of
with your of your confidence.A. Prompt Service Careful l Drivers
ma rl.... J. THOMAS Bradford County, Hon. I E. K. Perrv-
_ Again thanking you. tam. man for Final Discharge a. naldExecutrix.
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You,'. r"Hp..cttnll. Full MKMIIKIt OF Nt IIOOI. 1 where I
Rom sit Joe
I.. I.. ('OSNF.R. HO %lilt MAE R WELLS' A.* ... by
: I hereby annoiiuc my candidacyfor T-lxeciitrlx of the Estate of Martha. '
.f\.IO'll.:1& '
(
roil ( 01'11'1' He Moo I Hoard member. of Dlxtrlct Starke Taxi ServicePhone
IHITHIfT '111111:14: E. Illgg. Deceaned. 4-14 4t IIIIo'rl.J
HouthStarke I
cundlrtncy 2. comprl n I n g the
I wish to announce my ; and ThereHna voting I I l irerincta -
.f
a..' member of the Hoard xubject to the will of theImniorrallr N

County CommliiHlonerM. to District.tit. will J. Voter In the PiimiirleH APRIL 11TH.. 1944 Matt Doorly Versus)
South Stnrke. Hiibject\
In theI In May BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 150 \
of the D..rnncr..U.vnt.re I linoIxien I eurnemly. solicit your vote and NOTICE. IS HEREBY IIIVEN

primary;; a ..: : ltn'f; May Itrodford 2.; County Hiipport the and dutieS If elected of I the will officeto charge Chapter 1X296 Law of Florida
I IH the firs
nine. inon and thin the bent of my ahllltv ActN of 1A37 knnwn .RH the MURPHY .
asked. for a public -
Day
time T have ever Night
MtJL.LIVA.Foil .
-C. .
office. If elected. I iiromlmt" to I ACT, the following land In
transact the affair, of mv dlntrle "IMOHI" .I.I..Io\.f! Bradford County Florida, will bit : Doorly'a skin broke out In Funny how some petl?,

and and I the Impartial county manner at Urge, to In the a I.enof fair I OF nm PI a III.If candidate ITIII' for CTION County for offered time highest for attn! and.at bet public cash outcry bid .__ _,..___y ____ _._.- .. .. L _..... La __n a rash last week. He finally admitted off to extremes like tlul

_ _ ability. I will greatly uppredate Superintendent of Public InMructlon nubject to the right of the Trun- to Doc Holllster he'd take a wholesome tiif
my vole MIIIp..rt. subject to the will of the lee of the Internal Improvement ,.,----_._---,---- -.- _._-'
your -%andj (100Itlt. I ,people. ut the next Democratic. I'rl. Fund to reject any and all bids atELECT eaten twelve tomatoes In a row overdo it till it dU

_______ and luterent
inarleM.
My experience
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roil COI''II'I'V. ('() iIIe4IOiI. % In "dwnJ l .affair. I It* itubmllted. fur EVERY BRANCH OF Just the day before. them-or maybe find t iii

liutrlrl Threr connlderat Ion. If elected I happen to like It-and
I wish to announcB, my rnndlilacy y..llr will give my whole time effort "Shucks," said Doc. "That's all
memberof It banned for
an a want era
re-election
for ,
Cummlnlonera Illld thought to better schools anlIn that's the matter with you. That
of County
the Hoard
from m..trlct Threw (Si.uthHtarkp economical I ndinlnlnlratlon.i In would From where I sit foil!'|
renl turn anybody
to the will of thvotera .. any event I will retain my !) kind of eating
). subject I Interest In anti give my cnopera to realize there's i
In the May 2 primary. red.
lion to our school program. niuranceH
i will appreciate your vote and np- M. 10. SPAHKS. -. ground In everything-/ !
rn-elocted will contluu Matt has not only cutout
port anil' If Foil rOTNTY Jl'IXillTo So now
gronndofmoderationoiIIe5
of'
to rtlMi-hnrife the duties of the the cltlsen and voter of for tlmsclf.
of .ability ae I all tomatoes J
flee to the best my nrudford County! hand . and tolerance
.1
have done In ttt- pa.t. forbidden hU family to eat
candidacyfor I
t _, 1.. WYNS. I hereby announce my neighbors on the other
the office of County Judge tomatoes. And won't even have
. FOR (()L'I'Y ('0"'''''''10I'I: .nbJo..t to the action of the voters C. WALLAgency

ItUtrlrl. Three. III the May& primary. them in the house. Says tomatoes .

I wish to announce mv candl- I It''itt n Bred ford County man FGEORGE antisocial and ought to 9)e I
dacy tt.. u member of the Hoard of( anti have erved you In many w..\... are
County C 0 m m l 1r".I..n.r". IMxtrlctThree. 1 both In biiHlnei and an a public ; be prohibited by law.

? South Htarke, Biibject to ,,",','ant. I have! the experience
the will of the Democratic votera nnd ability to nerve you In thl* I

In elected the Primary to thin Klectlon office, I Mav..halldlxchnrite 2. Important office and prom I".. you No. 82 of a Series Copyright, 194-i, Brewing InJuitr/li
If a fair efficient and courteous ad.
my duty -to the bent of nlnlMratlon. I have no ax toIrln.1 Constant Service Over 50 Years

my knowledsre. Your vote and or atone to throw and con 4
Bupnoil will lia hlftlily appreclated. and will nerve you In the'way you

have a. right to expect.W. Please
.Phone 146CLASSIFIED
-n. T.. Tji:1L: M KDWARDS. ,

FOIl ('()l"rv' ciiiii'itIoiii. FOIl "('ll0o I. IIOtllMI .., ._........ WO
t nlnlrlpt 1> 4 hereby. announce my cnndldncv - - - - ----- -- -.: A MAN OF HIS
will
I
I hereby announce that for' School Hoard' member for III..-
be a candidate for re-election aa rid Two South!' Starke) and iftmtecteii
I County CommlBBloner from District I will nerve the County a.
.
Four. comprlBlnir the ThereaBa vot log prerlncta and- .i whole to the bent of my ability ADS OFFERS YOU H IE
llampton.
of
I will greatly appreciate your vote .
c.
If ra-eleoted.. I will continue .. 'm
llraham. -
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t and support on May 2. ,.
to tranaact the dutlea of this Renpectfully : Opposed to political p
office In a fair. and Impartial. man. J. T,. BROWN WANTED CH'CKS-New Hampshire Reds and : \
ncr an I have tried to do In tlippant. FOR SCHOOr. SUPERINTENDENT Leghorn every Friday. Lum , Sen. Ernest R. Graham J

;i Your vote and impport will I hereby announce my candidacy LJntlng on apartments' houses or hatch April 18. U. H. approved : veteran, farmer, buiineiii

b. .reatly apprcciateflP.. fur the office of Superintendent, of homes for, rent, located within 20miles and tented for pollorum. \VASDI.V ., .
_ _ C. ("nA TAlS. 'ulillo Inntructlon. ubject to the HATCHERY, 2 ml. north of propose for Florida onli

COUNTV ('O""liII"IOat will of the Democratic. voter in B. of Starke Waldo. C 4-u 3tp which he has PROVENful

IllHtrlrt Ko. D tim* Mnv Prlmnrle I feel that my 119 East Call Street ,
I heieby announce my candidacy many year of experience In schoolwork NOTICE WOMAN who used to in hi. own busine
for County Commissioner. ortrlct Dl...- qualify me to administer thedutleH FLYNNYour W. T. CLUTE Realtor b* Eva MoRae of Glasgow, Mon
No. It comprising the Pvookerand of title office In a fair and tana plea* phone EOSJ2, Lake

,. New River Precinct. subjectto efficient manner I shall "greatly, City Fla. It ELECT ERNEST
the will of the Democratic Voter appreciate your vote and active IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL '
In the Primaries. In May. Hupport WANTED--1931! ort 38 Chevrolet
The vote and active support of ARTHI'R R. "McR\K. SUPERINT'ENDENTOF milk cow*, stock cows beef cattle Ford or I'ontiaoin( good condi GRAHAIGOVERNI

th* voter In the district are earnestly FOil rorvrv ('oUUleCboNIn: stock bulla or hogs get In tion. Ford coupe preferred See
solicited and I promise Ifelected llUlrlrt. OneI PU UCINSTRUCTION J. A. Martinez, P. S. Stores., Itlan-
touch with J. D. Jr.
nf Odom.
tn discharge the duties ding
Center.
J wish tn announce that I am a itt .
: the office, In a fair and Impartial ,andldntn for County Commlnilonerrom Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake *, .

manner. DistrIct (iTt.. I am a llf''. 481 Lake FOR SALE 3 8 Ford Tudor Sedan:
-1\1. O. 11 A R n F.LL. City: Telephone City.
long re..ldent of Bradford. County 5 good tires, new upholstery
FOR ('o.4wr.tnl.K.! DI"T. t unit feel that I am well qualified Auction market every Tuesday, new paint Job. motor In perfect

I hereby announce my candlilacy tn nerve on thin Important Hoard. CapableEfficient Lake City 2:39: : Thur- ahipe. $435 cash. See Van H. (Paid Political Adv.)
for the office of Constable of Dlntrlct every Carden
I will greatly appreciate your vote at Bradford Hardware Co.
No. I comprlBlnir the vntlngI'r..cln.t. nn Mnv :2 and your. active aupport Trustworthy day Palatka. 2PM. 1-6-44 ito
_ _ of Iawtey North Stark during the campaign.
and flnuth (Itark, Biihjert to the -t'. F. CARTER.
will of the Democratic Votera In MATTRESSES RENOVATED -
_ _ FOil slrEItI'l'l.li.'r OF
he Prlmarlea In nctlve May, of HI'III.If I%''T||| (1'10'11 furniture upholstered. Drop usa NOTICE
The vote and support
I hereby announce my candl-\ card. Hastings Mattress Co.
all Democrats In Bald Plutrlct are ,
.
earaeetlv Bollclted. and I protnlBe, lacy for Superintendent of Bradford nf County PubliciiHtructlon Palatka. Fla. 2-18 lOtp 4-21 I I

If elected to dlBfharire the ilntleH laving had. many year. experiencen ELECTW. Ammunition for PEPSI
of the office In .a fearlues. and Impartial
biiHliiwHH management, I feel LOST- Light colored jersey cow

manner. ......T. T.. Htt.roX. hat I can fulfill the duties of this branded UW on hip marked crop signed Farmer
roil roN"r.\m.K III I hereby announce tuyBelf na a atlxfaitory In every way. H ( ) split In the right car. One born
candidate for Conntable. Illntrtct, t lected I Hhiill cooperate. with the lipped off leaving. one smaller applications has
and trustees .and the school I hoard In than the other. Anyone seeing
(Starke. Lawtey Hellbronn)
aiihject to the will of the Pemo B II thing that will provide R bet.ter thin cow please notify I... V. arrived. Please
EDWARDSYour
oratlc votera In the primary. ..I..... education, and facllltle. for our Waters at Brooker. REWARD I
,hlldre-n and will work at all\ tlm<** 110.
: Ion May 2. 1944. I am experiencedIn __ ltpSOW call and get
police work having been emploved fnr the general welfare of our your

In title capiiclty both In Bounty.' A R .P'IUS for ale. See R. shellsEASTERN
Starke, and at Camp Tllandtna, and I earnestly *ntlitD the support N.
or Crawford, Rt. 1, Box 86, Law-
all cItizens who want chllren
our -
If elected I will dlBclmrve' the dutlea > tey Fla. ltp :
to have the benefit of the
.
of thin office In a fair ami I ult.etot.aI
Impartial manner. Your. vote amiminport tent education that the rennurceaf LOST-Pink shell-rlmmed glatau
will be greatly. nmtreHnted. . our school hnnrd will permit.Respectfully Countyiudge In Stark Saturday. Finder I AUTO S

_J. A FII.I.TAW.' I pleas return to Bradford County
n E o. B
FT.YNN.
FOR COI'XTY T\X: fOI.I.KCTOIII SUPPLY
Telegraph Office. REWARD
Itp
FOII ( OtiTYlstlIhluc5l()'.::11n'
hereby announce mv candlilic.vto '; ....... ....._ WepitCola
aucceed mynelf a. Tax Collector f' r .. AT
I I..r..hv nnnniincK mv cffndlda MAN'S HAMILTON WRIST WATT-H.
nf Bradford Cnuntv *ubject tn
the Democratic primary to he held for the office of County Comml. Perfect condition rhone. 81, day. PERMANENT WAVE B9o( Do yourown
4. loner from DlHtrlct$ Nn.' 1. or 121 nlht. It Permanent with Charm-fcurl
; Mnv 2nd. 1144 1 have tried to Lawteyublect .\ BRADFORD COUX- :
tn the will of the Demo- Kit. Complete
equipment. Includ
render you faithful honest and efficient
I'1. ... .rBlln l voter In the May primaries. ing 40 curler a. d ff- 1.
*.ervlc a* your T..x (*oll. TY PHK-WAR BABY CARRIAGE with n nhampoa. Company Long Iiland City
tor. I earnetlv iiullclt your vort I feel that mv nutnv year. of ex- I.S110 II.SSEltn waterproof Kaajr to do, absolutely harmless. _
mattrenH. 'hon. 81
and nupport and If elected. I Khali rlence fullv qualify me for this day or 121 nl-ht. It, Praised by thousands Including Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COL.\ IJOTTUNG CO. of J *]
continue to render you the name npnrtant office. If elected I will : YOU IN Fay McKensle\ g-lamoroun movie .
service a.. I have In the pant. ,dmlnlnter' the duties In a capable tar. Money refunded If- _not n_ ".d. -
anti efficient manner. i.f led.
CARL-A. KNIGHT.
I FOR COr\JTY Jl.IMJF. Your vote and activeHupport. MANY WAYS AND I KOCH DRUG STORE

To my many frtemla and Klipporter wIll b* Mghly nnnriwlatedo FOR SALE --I RE-ELECT .....
.T (iriHtFF pinr.t.tra.FOU !'!. FOR SALE-11 head of Red 'Ibis fine etlltorlHl .
of Bradford Countv I winti *
KNOWS THE PROBLEMS Ik* T1
C'0'\HT\IU.K HI"'I' 0\K lock hogs.-R. A. Newnm. EMORY: II. PRICE II. Price appraeu In
to fttipport expre and my announce thank for mv your candldarv pant- I hereby announce my cnndldacyor I farm near Stark. Farmer Mar _ _ _ _ edition .( lb.Nuan ",,""".'",!

for re-election a County Constable DlHtrlct. I. nubject to OF OUR PEOPLE HOTELand I ket. lip } published. at l.lie Ok 'ifler.

Judpr for another term It In mv time will of the Democratic voter _ _ Mr. Hitler kit .N"r...'.'v|
hope and donlre. to continue to In time Primary Election. Mav :2 I PUERTO!: RICAN a we" t potato -a Ike bead. Here I* -.

nerve. the good pennle of the ('.....ntv was horn and rained In Hradford j plant*. |n.60 per thousand de. :- to .., altoat oar fle. 'I
In the lama efficient courteous County and have had An vcar ax.mierienca jI t liv..r..d.-It.. L Prescott Highland. . anil fcard.hKtlng f....M.

and economical. mnnner a* T have n* conntiibl. deputy nherIff Fla. 4." 2tp Prlrelha
.. and itu..r.I at (" Plnmljnir.A '. rs..sSSSSrSr I
In th punt nnd n k for your continued ppp C Tourist Court .
support ana vol. In the bnnent. nnd Holier. :My record I I" SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually ..( .............. peerl: ;
. honk Your IItt"d.-1\lr. ..... ..*rrllenl I
coming nrlmarv elertlun In May. nn open vnte nnd *upnort Bertha Pearre 'Oli 4 an ..... II
Qualification*. rhnracler and experience will h* appreciated.-Jacob CAPABLEAND W. Madlion, St. ..? tip man I. (.0...... .
of candidate, nhoutd determine .1. John that tkerel nnneri':' .
for whom you cant your Gas Heat WANTED: HouHe with on. or two, tke part of the ...',.,

vote In any election.Wince acres or email firm of 10 or 15, .. ... to d. olhe* JJ ()tj
T have been your fount FAIR Gas clo. to Brooker. Hampton. stark iIitem. t. '......".1....... .,
Judge T have tried tn conduct the I'll TIII-: jorvrv .11 ixii-vv. rot IIT Cooking or W a I d o.-Mr.. V. .1. Basir, .... or the epiltidmit: '-;: C
.' office for the he..t Interest of the I lilt IIKOIII fOI'STl. .. ..O"IU\. 1610 N. B. 4 Court Miami. Fla I *ght .....Id be "'' "... 4

people and County, and If yOU reelect TO WHOM) IT MAY (',,'t'l.ltNNnrIa liE WILL GIVE YOU Fully Furnished tf fA ... ...l thnt me "*. "'f
0 me It I I. my Intention tn continue |I. hrebv given" that I 1'-: .......". \
vvltk cueS a \t>
to conduct It un..lft..hly ami have filed my Finn! Accounting, B*. AN EFFICIENT AND WANTED or 4 room houn or knuw .UIA H
for the bent interest of all. AdmlnlHtratrlx of the Kntnte. nf To : that he will
S Full part of houne, unfurnlnhad. Three Congress From ,<
n".lv> tr..!t,. F.rle: I.. nigg. and will on the Ith COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION Everything very young and very normal tlfurnry I* solidIr

:, E R. K. PKRRYMAV.bounty cl.iy of !Mnv 1'1" mnk. nntillcntlonIn oh I d r e n.-Mr*. QraJy Fraser, Second District That wan au"" fl'ye. .I
V Judge. time County Jmlire nf Bradford. 1t1.le'' '
Aucllla. Fla. .
t.. am,. !Itl. ,1If
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FOR astpttlt'rI County. Hon. E. K. Prryman for INQUIRE LARRY'S IIOTEL a tra. friend .It.I IIs. ".
to the .a..... I... werkl... _a..
tk thl mentm of .announcing Fluul Dlnchnr- n* nuld. Kxo,itrlx.KTIIEL ..
600 YDS. TO B GATE FOR SALE Automatlo Electric ( aged aad the .
1.m my enndlrticv f.... Hi, nfflr* otsheriff : M. HH1O9. A* ((Paid Political Ad,.) Water Pump now.. In opration. (Political ad laflrm.and' of J'nort':
written friend
of Bradford County, puhiectjh.wIijftjjjjjjjj *dmlnn| .etrK!: nf thin Km at* if Klngnlejr\ Lake Camp BlMdlng Site Frank' at Bradford County paid for. by
In 'iti. 'otnty I
I ErIe L. Dlgg Deceased. 4-11 4t 1i.1i.-. I Telegraph. tf






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