Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 21, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04859
Source Institution: University of Florida
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lor's Body Peace Rotary DiscussedAt ClubL. 'IndeDendents' ROOSEVELTFor .I BaccalaureateTo Memorial To Be ObservedThe Day Shotgun Wounds ;

F.. Chapman, superintendentof W. T. Weeks Chapter, U
overedFroptop Cannot Vote Be PreachedAt Fatal To !
the Florida State Prison atRaiford i D. C., will observe Memorial Day

was guest speaker at: next Wednesday afternoon, at I

the Rotary Club Wednesday, stating PRESIDENT 3:30: o'clock, at Crosby Lake
Lake that the only ,chance for In PrimariesPersons BBS SundayThe I Cemetery, S Reno Negro ;

world peace atfer the war lies In Th*4 era theD.t.gat.s I There will be a short program

Hohmann force, rather than In treaties. .. suitable to the occasion, followedby ,.
21. Baccalaureate
tl1l1r William are registered with Sermon for Sam Franklin colored, died at \
,Ion m hinwt'l mate, second "Outlaw countries have demonstrated the County Supervisor of Registration to vote for the 1944 graduating class of BHS' decoration of soldiers graves noon Saturday from gun shot

U. S. N., accidently drown- time and again that as "Independents" will not will be delivered Sunday night at At Crosby Cemetery there are I wounds In Alachua County Hos :

nday af srnoon in Hampton their word means nothing," the be allowed to vote In the Demo- State At Large 8:30 o'clock In the school audi burled 51 Confederate veterans; pltal, Gainesville, where he wan ;'

about & miles southwest of speaker stated, "Therefore, the cratic primaries on May 2 and; MEN torium by the Rev Fred Yerkes. 11 World War; alx SpanUh-Amerl- [ taken early Friday morning fol. 1,

f Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- Allies must use strong arm meth- May 23, according to Information Musical numbers on the programwill can; and eight Federal veterans. lowing a shooting fray In Reno

officials annou need this ods to maintain peace, and not received here yesterday by Clerkof Walter V;Fuller be sung by the High School On each grave will be placed a about midnight Thursday.

Hohma&n enlisted Jan. 7, rely on promises that are not the Court A. J. Thomas.In Ernest Ovsrttreet i Glee Club. flag Indicating the cause under, Mao Lane, alao colored, fired

fin Chicago and reported to worth the paper 'they are writ- answer to an Inquiry from Bill ShayMWOMEN Graduation exercises will beheld which the soldier fought. A tile fatal shot In the Lane home '

station! on Feb. 1 'of.thl.. ten on," :Mr" Thomas,. Secretary. of. State : .* Friday night April 28, at bouquet of each flowers will also beplaced where Franklin had gone to visit [

Also a guest at this meeting R. A. Gray Issued the following Mrs.Walter' Clark 8:30 o'clock In the school audi on grave. a friend, Bertna Jackson, t In
jtli his wife, Mrs. Alice HohL Was Judge Ollie Ed In U ads of statement: torium. The custom. Inaugurated Pupils of BHS are requested whose company he was seen ear

he resided at the station, Jacksonville, who happened to be "Replying to your letter of Mr*. Betifeh Hook several years ago, of having mem- to bring flowers, tied in bunch: liar that evening.

wall visiting: her stepfather in Starka on his speaking tour. the twelfth, one who .U not Hannah bers of the graduating class makea and give them to Miss Madge According to Lane, the victim

j her mother' Mr, and .Mm. He was introducted to the Ro- registered as a Democrat or asa Mrs. Hoyden McK. number of brief addresses( rather Mlddleton or Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. broke a home made latch on the

Alderman at, their home In tarlans by Dr. M. B.. Herlonj.' Republican cannot vote In the Harris than a speech by guest speaker, Anyone in town who wishes to door or the Lane house In order f

|pton when the drowning tooke primary of May second and Second will be adhered to. send flowers may take them to to enter the Jackson girl's room .
the Chapter president, Mrs. O. L.
Judge Edmunds May twenty-third. Those who There will be musical number and not knowing who the Intruder -
also survived by hisr declare Congressional Beaaley at her home on N. Wal- might be Lane
| is : themselves independents by the High School Band and tho fired till
William Preston Hohmann Heard HereWednesday will have opportunity to vote District Glee Club.Sheriff. nut St., or to Mrs. L. A. Davis, shot which lodged la Franklin'sside t

ugar Grove, 111. NoonJ. In the general election In the at her home on W. Madison St. and caused his death.

allowing a report of the acnt fall. Jo. Hill Williams. The public Is cordially invited However, a brother of Frank

by Joe Noegel who wall .., Ollle Edmunds, Duval County "The primaries are ''merelyfor Emma C. Reader Andreu to attend this Memorial Day exercise 11".. Evangelist John P. Franklin I t

eat at'the scene, officials Of Issues StatementTo said today that he had
Judge, spoke here at noon Wed- our recognized political par- CUP THIS LIST., hearda
Jacksonville Air Base rushed nesday In the Interest of his candidacy ties to select their nominees" Memoriae II heated argument just before the

imbalance, doctor' and rescu- for the U. S. Senate seat -R. A. Gray, leetlon Day The Honorable Citizens of Full Information allots were,fired coming from the ;

crews to Hampton Lake In ,now occupied by Claude Pepper. (had Pelhlhl) A.tChange.II Bradford County: About Air WACS Lane house which stands about '
Secretary of State
unsuccessful attempt to re- "We must return to simple Eight yearsago when I asked 60 yards from his own. Soon

r the body in time to revive Americanism If thla. nation Is to :Mr. Thomas stated that "quite the people of Bradford County f jr Available TodayA after, he heard his brother call p

I mann. remain a free land of free people a few" newcomers have registered .Staff. the high office of Sheriff I promised and came from his house to the ",
ecrults were sent from the i I. that If elected I contingent of Wacs assigned porch just as the stricken man
ruled by law Instead of har- here as "Independents" and that Mrs. Walter Bateman assistant yon me "
later acd the search con- would try to keep the office to the Air Transport Commandwas fell on the front steps f
assed by petty dictators and Intimidated most of them have the false' Im program director at the U.SO. upon J
d through Sunday night and the high plane that predecessor ordered to Honolulu recently, And, although Lane
by thousands of regulations -: pression that they will be allow club operated by the Y.W.C.A., my says tit
3:25 o'clock Monday after- the late W. J. Bppewon, had the first to be sent Into the Pacific was In bed when
: The American way of ed to vote In the Democratic primaries has gone with her husband to as he explain,
when the body was found life Is'being threatened by bureaus Minnesota for a short*visit whllo kept it during his long and honorable area. This much publicisednews a prowler broke Into his house, t 1

8 feet of water about 400 and bureaucrats In Washington" he Is on furlough. Mrs.. A. R. tenure of office. Item has created who wide Interest he was fully dressed when he ran J [

u off shore near the spotre Judge Edmund. stated. "Buslnesa Pine Level ChurchThe Ponder, formerly a recreation During the eight years that I among women are to his neighbor's house for helpto
eligible to don a uniform. In response
it was thought to have men and farmers are bewilderedby i worker In Memphis, Is helping" have served as your Sheriff I carry the man he had shot \
to the for
ppeared on the previous day.n the never-ending procession of Rev. Louis Entzminger, D. with program activities during have kept this promise ever before more Information many ,inquiries women of into thebouse.",

crews of from three to forms and red-tape that have e.i- D., president of the Southeastern Mrs.! Bateman' absence. me. You are the sole and Starke and vicinity will have the Lane stated that he had the I

men participated in the re- volved them." Baptist Bible Seminary of Jacksonville Mrs B. H. Cuthrle Is the new only judges as to how well I opportunity to meet personally gun used In the shooting within

ry of the body. Edmunds pictured the businessmen will fill the pulpit at have kept thin solemn promise. I Homestead reach of his bed, and, when he
tbe two from
to Sheriff A. O. secretary at club, replacing; do say to you from the bottom representatives heard the disturb fired
ccording "haled before a board their the Pine Level Baptist Churchon Air Field Lt. Made- a n o e ,
lieu who the scene Mrs Bern MUlls. who has left I of my heart that I have faithfully Army through an door Into
policed business and reputations damagedbecause Sunday April 23, In the absence line Proctor and Set.: Gertrude M. open the ,
antly during the search, them of infraction of some of the pastor, Rev. W. E. to join her. h u s b and, recently and conscientiously tried to give Byrne, who will be at the Post Jackson girl's room. He said he

Jumped Into the Jake from rule they never had heard of," Hall. transferred to Camp. Sutton, N.C. you a vigorous, efficient, and energetic Office Friday, April 21. did not recognise Franklin when
mall boat and attempted to a d m ministration of the be pulled the gun and that h.
and added: "Now that laws
are I According to the local Wee recruiter -
duties of
the office.
ashore 'after waves had en- .I would not have shot had he

led the craft; ",Both"malt"'and made'some"by bureaus crime' .every most of;:'dayWith us: com'mir , r.,. .:. --,. '" dhY.- ... 'Thee&.dutie*. .and.thegproblemconfronting / Proctor, or Sgt. Evelyn: Carlisle will be'gladto "Lt. known'the prowler.' I
t Sgt. Byrne
disappeared from sight a out even knowing It.'' our county have Increased Information Franklin; reports, however, that i
give specific
moments later.r. greatly during the past you tile victim told him only a few '
"I pledge to the mothers, wives the of duties
many types
and Mrs Joe Noegel, alt- three years aa you all well know. days before that Lane "had It In f
and sweethearts of our men In rn that can be performed not onlyto
shore noticed a'; x I have been confronted with the for him" and the evangelist ;,
car on service that my.every actwill most trying circumstances and help your country now when warned his brother not to return (
sailors In' trouble
the be dedicated to bringing the war you are needed more than ever
have been taxed to my utmost on to the Lane house. ,;
Uly before he pulled off hiss 'r'a before but to valuable
to Its earliest possible conclusion, many occasions to enforce the give you The girl Involved In the case
and abandoned the boat. and I will actively support an international laws experience that will equip yOu for
a and to keep our County disappeared soon after the shootIng -
gel then ran to the nearby eliminate the
organization to good jobs during expected
clear of Insidious practices and and has not been located.
Klltouse operated by Mrs. Mary war for all time clear post war boom In air transpor-
of those who are concernedwith Lane was held in the County
ms to get oars for another
"It is our sacred duty to pre- 3* a their own selfish greed at tation. jail until early this week when
t to to Hohmann' rescue
go serve the freedom our fightingmen the expense of right and common "The women who are "travel- he was released on an appearancebond
Noegel saw the boy sink left behind them so that decency. During these most try- minded' and. do not wluli to take put up by Chief A. L. Alvarez

me her husband returned. when they return' they will stUl[ Ing and preplexlng times I have advantage of the present choice- and Lane's employer, Ralph

flie Noegels had gone to the find the kind of government they been guided by' what I thoughtwas of-statlon enlistment policy of the Alvarez. Inasmuch aa the Grand

Sunday morning to try out left-government of the people, right, and by.what I thoughtwas Women's Army Corps'" will finda Jury convenes Monday, no Inquest
outboard motor which Noegel by the people and for.the people." for the best Interest of clean good opportunity to serve overseas was held.

(chased recently and Hohmann he concluded living conditions and for honorable with the Air Transport Com Funeral services for Sam Frank

accompanied Noegel on a N. business practices.In mand, as It Is expected that at lin were held Wednesday afternoon -

with a larger boat using the Guest SpeakerAt the performance of my dutiesI least 75 percent of those who In the New Hope Baptist! ,
kor :
before he borrowed It for wish
to volunteer for
I' have been encouraged by the overseas 'Church with Rev Damon Dell officiating.
|iiul the smaller craft, a
on wished
PresbyterianConrad duties will have their
many expressions of confidence Burial was in tbe Odd
t only about ten feet long
coming to me from time to limo granted. Overseas assignments Fellows Cem e tel' y In South
Sheriff said. R. Baehr, missionary returned are possible In the European, Caribbean
of the and Starke.
by many leading men
he victim was warned againstin& from China, is guest -had I only been consultedThe women of the County. These I'n o-Chlna, Alaskan, He is survived by his estranged
| the boat out by both speaker at the First Presbyterian North Atlantic and Mediterranean
words of encouragement have Inspired wife, Millie, one son, Benjamin,
i gel and Mrs. Adams becausethe Church.He me to greater efforts and theatres. However, there are also one daughter Willie Mae, and

extreme roughness of the will give a first hand account Victim .. ," ., Without any wrong doing on her have been a priceless compensation tine field In the Fourth Survlro three brothers.

!er. Hohmann replied that ho of China War Zone experiences part she has become infected with, and a carrier ofa to me which have far out- Command where Wacs may serve

d sunk in worse water thant" He has a touching story deadly disease-may end her life as a maimed, weighed few slanderous criticisms after completing basic training- Rites SaturdayFor

and assured them aa he to tell of Divine Help when, with twisted cripple. coming from those, who might Homestead Field I Miami Field l,

>ved off that he could swim his little family, he was under He was a dashing: chap-the catch of the town, they have meant Well but who were Morrison Field at Went Palm Mrs. Smith
ere if the boat sank. Beach. Mem phis t Airport and
fire. the facts. I
Japanese said. He'd had his flings of but what misinformed aa to
Sheriff Andreu said yesterdayt course young Nashville! Airport, Funeral services or Emma
both officials and enlisted Mr. Baehr, since hl It return fellow hadn't? If any act of mine, while in Talullah Smith, 74, wife of W, P.
from China, has been touring the Sheriff's Office, have "If It Is ImpOMslble for you to
She looks for in daughter- may Smith, were held In the Methodist -
n at the Naval Air Station had with was everything one a call at the Post Office Friday to
Army and Navy centers oneof. seemed objectlonal to the common Church here aft-
rclsed possible effort In beautiful,-innocent-trusting. further information, Lt. Saturday
every secure
,the Pocket Testament League good I am most willing and anxious
at 3 o'clock with the Rev.Geol'ge ,
search for Hohmann's body teams working out from New A perfect match, everybody said. to discuss the matter with Proctor or Sgt. Byrne will make ernoon
: C. Powell, of the
'Ich, Immdlately'upon its re- York. There had been no danger signals. Two apparently anyone at any time. When I arrangements to contact you at pastor
church, o f fie 1 lating. Intermentwas
ery was released to the Base The Pocket Testament League, healthy young people were pledging "till death do have submitted the facts In the your home or place of bufllneau" In Crosby Cemetery. Pallbearers .

wander who had been at the an international organization, Is us part"-and no state law warned them by demanding case I will be willing to leave Sgt Carlisle said.Congressman. were W, B. Sewell, L A.

tie of the drowning, in person supplying New Testaments to' blood tests. . One would have been shocked the final decision to the good' Davis K. K,, Perryman, L. F

ch ch. of the time during the Chaplains for our service men I with the thought that either or, these young people people of the County as to Price Smith, O. W White and L D.

I and women around the world and might be infected with a gruesome disease. whether I was right, or whetherI Spoke Saturday Vlnln .

: Is conducting special programs In fact, until this lurking beast had swooped Mary I was wrong. Mrs. Smith died suddenly

rock Dance"t under chaplains auspices.At into its maw, John had completely forgotten that From reports coming to mo Congressman Emory H. Price Thursday afternoon of last week 1

[ USO-NCCS present :Mr. Baehr and his "little incident" when he was away at school-heartily from day to day, I believe that I of the Second' Florida District, at her home as the result of a

associate. Eugene Palmer, are repented in no tiny- will receive a very generous support and a member of the House Naval heart attack. She was born In

n Thursday, Apillj27; (' a Frock working at Camp Blanding. Yet their world pples.-two lives verge on ruin- at the Poll on May 2nd., Affairs Committee, said Satur- Rowesvllle, S.' C., but spent ;,most

nee will be held at the USO- hadn't recognized the danger signs of venereal for which I will ever be grateful. day that he is elated over the Interest of her life in Florida.
CSat8:00PrM.: F. Tibbitts they And if re-elected aa your Sheriff being displayed in Bradford She was a devout member of

[The dance will be under the Geo. disease- I promise to use my best efforts County In his candidacy for 're- the Methodist Church and activein
spices of the Southern Bell : To Be OrdainedFriday Yes I All women who have venereal disease are not to keep this County clear of all election. He spoke here shortly the work of the Woman's Society -

lephone Girls under the leader- prostitutes strikes the lovely and unlovely-the Illegal practices and to preserveIt before noon. of Christian Service and
evening April 21 at H and alike. I of, return the Women's Christian Temperance -
[lp of Mrs. Jeannette Christian\) innocent guilty as a worthy place "I am a friend of the farmer,
e award will be, a "frock'' o'clock, there will be a public Therefore, "we must look upon venereal disease as a for our noble boys, who are so the working man, the serviceman Union.

>Ich shall be purchased In one Ordination Service to the Gospel misfortune and not as a badge of immorality. For gallantly sacrificing their,all for the aged and the 'Infirm," Surviving Mrs. Smith are her
of George F. Tibbitts homeland, and for I husband, W. P. Smith; two sons,
the local dress shops Ministry the children and wives with accidental infection are us, for their Price said, "and I am sure the I
The and Gordon L. Purdy, both of Its high and noble Institutions.My Eldridge and W P. Smith Jr., ?f
award Bradford
at the Tuesday night many, people of County
|Ik Stocking Dance was won by Keystone Heights. most solemn covenant with give me a big vote of confidence Starke, one daughter, Mrs. F.
[las Lorraine Hartman. Many These men outstanding In this and Consult your family physician go to a free clinic you Is that: A vote for A. O. I on May 2. W. Varnedoe of Savanna Diana Ga.,
Christian service, Is Vote and one granddaughter.
Sheriff a
the local In Starke as Andreu, for
girls "They know that I have fought
countries, for a of Starke.Raymond .
4'11' many Foreign Sponsored by '. Enforcement.
as the Bell Telephone girl have many for successfully to raise' tobacco awl
of -
tended this dance. Many WACS number In Starke years who will be Interested YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMITTEE Respectfully yours, farm crop prices and to free the

1'1'' present and Barracks No. friends in this special service. FLORIDA STATE BOARD OP HEALTH ; A. O. ANDREU, farmer from useless restrictions. R. Slade .'
which had the most WACH Candidate for Re-election for They know that I have voted for .
Such friends and the' public are LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT : Raymond R. Slade, 22-year-old ,
esent was awarded the five service. Sheriff Bradford County. every war measure that will spend of died Tues
cordially invited to the UNITED; STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE resident Hampton
>oklets of tickets for.. the at- the day of victory. They know day morning In a Jacksonville I

ndance of the movies in Camp.A I think and vote Independentlyon
Dies Graham Baptists hospital as a result of t Injuries
special Conga number wasd Dalton Carter This Advertisement Paid For*By domestic matters. received In an accident at tile

| T>y Mrs. Ruth Sturges.At Carter, retired farmer Homecoming and Mission Day "They know I am aware of my St. John's Shipyard where he

the coming Thursday eveng Dalton man. died at his. GUIDON GRILLW. will be celebrated at the Graham responsibility to them, and I be- was employed as a ship carpen
> dance April 27, the 3rd Regl and business o'clock Wednes- Baptist Church on Sunday May lieve my experience will be Invaluable -

>ent has been invited. Refresh- home here at 11 Funeral services M. Edwards: dun. Dr. I, R. Abram* 20. A basket dinner will be to them in tne postwar ter.He la survived by his parents, I i

pents and decorations will be day morning.held at Dyal Cemetery Health Committee Health Officer served. Everyone t is cordially Invited period when jobs may be scarce Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Slade, seven
epared by the Southern Bell will be 3 o'clock. to attend. and markets poor," he concluded. sisters and four brothers. '
afternoon at
rla Sunday "I' I Ib.

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ping on our toes. days last week in Jacksonvillewith her mother, Mrs. Maggie Norman. IN'('01'cincriT'''''''". n.uniuti coriir.. HIIAHPORO IN. ('IIAA-: Seat 6', Starke Fo ,'. ''hl''

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Now some of you may throw her sons Mrs. Dane Richard of Lake ('1':R". As 'Clef "aidLr l
Plaintiff VH.imina
It up to me that I'm not a native- Miss Eva Fay Gainey of F. S. Butler was visiting Mr, and Mi's.James Irving Louis, Defendant Case Itobert II. lunoni 'r'h

E..taltlillbl.'d 1877 born Florida cracker myself, but C. W., In Tallahassee was a Norman recently. No. 8(1.0.J.1.wJc.m( Fla. Atty for fit. ,

I claim be crackerby week-end guest of her parents. Pl'BLIfV.TION ,,
to a
E. I. !Matthew ___________- Editor ,and Ownersunscitirriox quarter IY iiirtir rni"RT. "I'OIID F) TO
birth, another qua rter by Mrs. Pledge Galney returned 'Ol\T -, PI.UIIIIt| IN tHA-: STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emma 1 /
several C'I'U-. St. I.oulH, whose residence la 1 11OR
education, another qua rter by homo Monday after days
< RATEYearly William n. Thompoon Plaintiff, v*, kn"w" un'l ,
$1.75; Six Month, $1.00 adoption and the'"other quarter. visit with her'liusband. Pvt. Ruth Naomi Carney Thompson, Defendant You are required to appear
making 100 percent, because I I Gainey, of Raleigh, N. C. Pvt. Caee No. 3037.( May 8, J944.. In the above named ACID
ORDER OF PITHL.ICATIOV Court and cause wherein plaintiffs
ubllllhNl Weekly on Fridays and Entered nut !Second CIuss Mailer detest theme know-lt-alls for try- Galney Is now' stationed at San AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR e e k. dltorre. Bradford County INDIGES
Ing to be the "big Ikes" In Flor- Francisco Calif. STATE OF FIXmlDA. to Huth Telegraph hail. publish thIs Order I
at the Pout Office at Starke, Florida. Naomi Carney Thompson whose In next four weekly isnuenj
w ida politics that they seem to Mrs. Winfred Hazen was the/ residence la Routs No. 2, Fay City, Wltneaa my hand and official
think they are. I know there are guest of relatives In Starke Wed Texan.
folks who mad You are required to appear on
some good get '
needa}. May 8,. 1944. in the above named
UNCLEJOE'S I as git-out If they are called"crackers"but Mrs. Albert Surrency left Sun Court and cause, wherein plaintiff AT FIRST' :5 t I
not met! I con a e e k. divorce Bradford County
___ day for Okeechobee to make her Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn SIGN OF A 'D
sider I've been complimented although .. \
home with her daughter. Mn next four ,weekly i ue. OIt\-
.1 I sometimes have to laughup Witness my hand and official 4J
T. J. Simmons. Friends of Mrs '
thin AurtlOFFICIAU
Heal Florida,
sleeve because they seem at Starke
my Surrency will be glad to knov 4, 1944.
'J-A-W to think I have just as much ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas W' 1
that her condition, Is somewhat USE
said Court.
common horse-sense as a cracker Aa Clerk of Carpenter's
improved. Mr. Surrency accompanied T. Frank Laudrum. Starke. Fla Drug S
has, when I kn>w darned well I them. Atty. for Pit. "-1 4t 4-2S 666 TABLETS.5ALVE.NOSE DSOP5
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J. L IIARRELL haven't. -
By -- --

But what I want to know is FOB OOVEHMOIELECT! Mlt-t-HO CAUPWIM. *" PORt qOVCRNO !gLCCT Ml LI.A HP CALDWI, t
I declare to goodness, If Itwasn't foreigner may think on the sub why these foreign- 0 I' n smart Mrs., : Janice Norman
alecs can't leave us Florida crackers FOR
for 0ome of these smart
ject.One alone and let us run our Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and
of the greatest mysteries o
alec news writers, Ignorant
churches homes and politics like
of life to me Is why. when they family were vLsltlng their daughter I GOVERNOR
Florida crackers wouldn't'have we want to. If they don't like Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of i

gumption .to run In the house out come to Florida, all foreigners our style let 'em getdehell out of South Florida. last week. 1 ,I

of a shower of rain ,SAnd some seem to think that we natives are Florida and go back where they Little' Jlmmle Norman spent :1m

of these radio announcer are just so darned}Ignorant we don't know belong. We didn't send for them this week with his grandparents,
us bad. The other night I heard I ? !
one bleating out some kind of which from tother. They seem no-way Mr and Mrs. M. J. Sapp of Lake 3s 3 3r &ted t4e lean

political poppycock advising Flor to think it is their painful dutyto Butler _
BROOKER Mr, and Mrs. William Crosbyand
Ida voters to walk a mile not fora I lead as la our social life clubs
ty Minnie Lou Ilazcn son, Larry, spent Sunday
Came!, but to hear someone churches schools and politics: dea .to
with Mrs. mother in
who thinks he's going to be our I I I that we should bow down and Mrs. Noon Mott and son, Mar Crosby's a k < o oy
Lake Butler. I Ih
next Governor. The darn fool{ worship them a s though they shall, have returned home after > : It t
I Mr and Mrs. Donald Kellyof
nouncer: didn't know that were gods and that we should several days visit I I with her Ia

Green was going to have an'l lick their books (paregorlcall daughter, Mrs. Hershel Layflel-1, Plant City are visiting Mr.Kelly's 1 4e/Ule a
Mra. Inez
honor regardless! 'of what s speaking) while they are step of Valdosta, Ga. 71
Mr and Mrs. James Norman c
Miss Yvonne Harrell Is visiting -- r
: -- spent Sunday with Airs KormanI '\
her aunt at Palmetto.Mrs. :
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE Talmadge Kelly: and small of parents Lake, Mr.Butler.and Mrs. M. J, Sap ; For our next Governor, Florida should 'I

TIMHCR DEPARTMENT daughter Kay of Valdosta Ga,' Mrs. Laura Jackson of Jack. :II have the best qualified man in the race. i
have been visiting her mother,
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Mrs. Alice Thomas,'' for several] aonvllle spent last weekendvItl h: g Our next Governor will have to'handle a.

A the of the and the
FERNANDINA, FLA. days. problems war post..r :

O. W. Hazen visited hilt daughter VOTE ,, FOR o war era. These problems will be many and difficult. ***&*2i5 rti'j< 0

Mrs. A. E McKinney at : Inquire into the character ability and experience of the'cant
11pIIIIgII/YIpIIIINnbIIIfnIIIIMIIIAIYNIIIIIIWIIINIIIJIIINA/ ' ''''''' '''' ''''''', '''' ''''i''' '"tliIINWAnllhnl''''
CHURCH OF CHRIST Wallie Crews, Is a t ten ding AND ," :;; didates for Governor. Study: their r.ccords'then] select and sup- i 1

Grand Lodge at Jacksonville for B. poat: the man you find best quahtiedh! :"J:: -..:::-tat ,

Aubrey Mercer, Minister I several days.Seaman Y7"" Millard Caldwell is recognized be_calm, Ie el-headed, energetic -_

SUNDAY: 10:00 A. :M.-Bible Study Is visiting Junior; relatives Mott of here.Maryland FUTCHYour and sincere; a' man 6f sound business"ability and tested '

11.:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Preaching and Pvt. F. C. and Mrs Pasco Mottof o statesmanship. His record proves his capability and qualifications.

Communion.i, Valdosta visited relatives here > ""+ "' ''\'' *rlVStfli ,w -
WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.-Prayer Meeting.
Mr. and MM. Alf Hazen of Orlando tIPI
.,,, ,,-, Every, Visitor A Welcome Guest are'visiting 'relatives hero. ,.. MILLARD CALDWELL'S l RECORD II IIr
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III1IH' IWIIIIHilllHmt"/ I nGlinnlllnimitli'' ' "' '''ionw''' [ mNpi|| .c.--'iomin'II':' '!::' !nom' !limn'nun''" '' ''' nidnnnu,, "ii'iiiiuiHimiliiiiiiiiiiiiii'H', '< ,, ' "" o
Miss Mary Ellen Hayes enter ,
talned with a party Wednesday *- VETERAN Or" WORLD w l I MIIMBEK FOftEIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Mott of and oII I ONC COM- r
Maryland Seaman : COUNTY ATTORNEY '
Earl Cook -of New York. Outdoor -
games were played <
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION about 40 enjoyed this party. :
A crowd of JIo
yonng people serenaded -
Tuesday night. Mr and Mrs. ,
Sowella have Just recently mar- a IO N& !N f L.O'M D A
led. Mrs. Sowells is the former e FOR IGCiFR ARMY, AND .ABLE L'VWYEH..TE .
LACY CONWAY, Agent Mary Duke Kingtree, Y
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t Temple Ave Starke, Florida L. A. Brown Is visitingher IItI: WAR MENACE YEANS BtF Rp ( KAOL
daughter, Mrs. Sanford Bitch, tIn

was a visitor here Monday. f
DRY CLEANING & TAILORING Mrs. Ilean Thlgpen, Mrs, Alice e

Oliver of Palatka and Mrs. Irwin #
a Quick Service High Quality Work' Williams of St. Augustine _

were Sunday guests of Mrs. Fred

NEW METHOD Hazen.'Mr. and Mrs. Inman Harrison

, CLEANERS and children of Lake Butler Here
were'I are ApSfi,0
visiting here Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas A Life-Long.Resident of

PHONE 135 and This County, WeU Qualified -
315' TEMPLE AVE. son Wayne were Sunday dinner -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tate and Experienced for

e, STARKE, FLORIDA Crosby at Starke. | the Job.

, Mrs. Nora Sapp spent* several I (4c Z t&c: co( vtt j .


Have a "Coke" = i iOue Suefte!.


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ORDER NOW! Repairs can't bt mad in o mln- you take proper"care of it Bitter

ute, to if your electric fan is out car means longer enjoy

of order get it repaired now so' ment of cool comfort in TOUI|

rfl youll be ready when summer home.

doe arrive..You can't buy new ''' '

fans you know but your FLORID., roe.1:.iGlft cOlin"

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i4 I a to "Comrade" ill Chile $TIEA11LiII TTPI COIVEJTIOUL TYPCeiltattav tt.Mm .s1 _._. .... .. aisriN
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way say Oil .r f* Ik* h..t Gums th. q. s.d a. .. MIMhwntaq. ....... ........ sbs .a.w v AKrar*far du.nbnd't
h -' 9 F .ed u m Oil r ...'1. ...1011.. t.. ...... lu.t-.U. N." lo"Me'

In Santiago the American flyer discovers simple ways to open new friendships. .I-... r.-r wrt ltoY a..lne. scot-Cs gad.......... ,,dM4.9 l1"diRenurta

r., have a "Co!,,", says he to the Chilean airman, and in a few moments he's welcomed j / ;

as a comrade. It's a custom that's known to good neighbors from Chile I t:

to the Carolinas. And, of course, it's always neighborly to serve Coca-Cola ' '

in your home. AU over the globe Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes FREE n) r

-has become the bond between people who are .!p1SI

Criendty.minded."c Ie.. pay.s a pececa Mft"-' hi this. book toO
o =: Coca-Cola
haw Ie..... --I' spell-em lot l.ey.s. and a, Y
IOTTUO UNDER AUTHOIITY OC THE COCA-COIA COMPANYY, It *natural for popular names ..._Cofl: M w lar(ow io..copy today.dtrt .
acquire friendly bbrevia
STARKE COCA-COLA BOITLING'CO. tton That'* why you hear

Coca-Cola called "Coke". Aumulewd end! dtrl Ms. u. wY.s .d
..... blade amkalewitk ... I.s., p 5ciii y is plug,
its _01941Th.GC:C:*. mulUita nbtatio and AlworijM ass sa kT awtklkTd'W..d.

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Robby MrKae'* freckle!*- ute .eh': Jej.e Calrivtell. Marten Ji>kni>, Kely /I
I GH SCHOOL H. W Moaelty'a Innocent lookwell' Grim. Merrr Inkier. Margaret -- { Springs visiting friends and re Rowe'a parents Mr and Mrs. J. several days of last week
NEWSSTAFF ( :) Reddish lieuBB ,... latives.Mlus.
Steve whl"'eldol\Ue. '.). tuneless butcheerful Jessie J....... '>l.nleen Barren KI, ""f."a : Lou Edwards spent last M week Reddish several days last I I Mr. and Mrs. Irey Bennett and
NlrlnaCellovr. Klhel '
Myrtle IV*. ute ways Eloise: John. Irene I lrrlun IturllnK.>turr weekend in Jacksonville visiting children. Mrs J. E. Warren and
Milton 1'11.' ... "Veronica Lake" hair Powell. Mr. and Mrs. John Dye, of
I Dorothy llUrr.e, her
en sister Mrs. Mlxome. daughter Evelyn, Rev. and Mrs ,
feather bob.*. Noticed Gloria Cooper Dorothy Mott'B new hairdo.Lla l-alrrlttt ntarjorl Hall, Basel Miami, were visiting Mrs. Dye'sparents ,
EditorinChiefFreddie and Florence McCulley looking lawaon mighty. powerful Purkkaio: 11 r Ira heft. Muriel t ram. I 1 I Mrs. Harry Hlghsmlth. of Jacksonville ., Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 1':. J. Prevatt, of Jacksonville i'" ;;
coolalr'n cute with their hair cut pitching (baseball) ford. was visiting her parent. Mrs G. L. Sapp and son and :
Wlmberly short. I Mack Fulch' way with the ladieswell ALTO Blanchard Saturday.
Saw! Junior Mott around I3.H.8 all right. "girl, then- \''Iralnl II....eo II. KrneatlBe Nome, Mr and 1>lrs. Will Edwards, Sunday Vera Mae Monley were visiting In 1:1
Co-Editor Wearing sailor uniform. Gloria. Cooper's pretty blue eyes.Coolidge 'Merry. Beta K.11e"'. Innbelle Parker Mrs. Louis Belle Moore of the home of Mr and Mrs. J. I.
Virginia Sewell June Patel wearingaluane*, and G"aa tt'" laugh.Mary Mnr..*ra Keen, Lila tlmr CBMmell, Plant City Is here visiting; friends !',
they are really. becoming 'V's. wisecracks. l> AlVnre*. Warn> ('revs, Miss Jewell Reddish of Jacksonville 'evatt Sunday evening ;
Senior Biographies The Frexhman classes You should. hear the boys In the Nanpjp ..1.."....., Annette I.Hiifer, and relatives for a few days.
Hazen. Roberta Whltfleld grand party Fridays: Eats had really. a F.FA. ChUM working on the Agil. <>.. ............... llurotky l"B, e.. , was visiting friends and I!I Mrs. Agnes Sapp and children 't tSTROUT tt
Marjorie Davis looked good-chkken and all the building Hinging every afternoon. <>lady \\.1111......... 'M a r if aertleWalawelaat. relatives here Sunday. ,
News fixings. Who knows, we might have sane >. IlBrlmrB liaise, MarlJo of Lake Butler, were vlsltln*
"___...._ Darby Peek Edward Perkins. the youngest opera stars among them. aa H....... *re MoorevTke SIr and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox. of Mrs. Sapp's mother Mrs. J. B. aBLLg AFAL
Edgar Wilkinson member of the band, wan In for Donna miss Virginia Durshimerwhen Starke were visiting Mr. and Mis. I esTA'rWareste.l : .
quite a surprise the other day, they move to Hrookavllle. McDonald Sunday. ......u.e. .t 'i
|I Features __ Lola Blecha when. he got a letter for his good Come, Virginia.Frances to are u.* once In awhile anyway Senior I""IT"TIO('1..... IO' 104:1-44: G. W. Roberts Thursday.J. j Carolyn Prevatt apt'nt S.,. ..........". Ha. Made e..n.ever .
f Caldwell Jimmy Davis, work. ln. E. Warren Sunday sales 91 llemeaBra.._
jo Powell had llrci yes t their Havri.liiiire. and son, Marvin
HAVE YOU NOTICED? a goldfish night with Evelyne Wan .A."'.... teas. "
"Mrr lren, en. r Biiyera all ever fee>
Martin > mt,4mv
Phyllis tprll iW aMt
y Faxon Joyce Prevatt'a pretty new dress. named Timothy Thomas PatrickO'Holke. SO vVlueh. The N..... Fred lerken were visiting relatives In Georgia World. Pees even ItatlBC.E. ,;
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Thornton Dear me what a namefor Sapp who is !
Marlon Rafuae' and last
Sammy Ita-
Melverna week-end.
till deliver Ike aerates wltk A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY
hem. a gold fish) Anyway to get emPloYPd'1
bly Martha Lee Martin.lar&aret on with the story, Timothy Thomas. Hev.llrm. mad Mev. Powell assisting. Lloyd Durance and at the ship yard In | :
Strlngfellow Rilly Tturnev'a cute smile. after being named seemed to wilt was visiting his mother, Mrs. RrprrttOtit ;
Josephine J'a. new p..rman.nt.U"ler away (not that I blame him) and Colleen were shoppIng In Jacksonville Arthur Pearce
B'H. Impish look. Sunday. Locally by
finally the poor little goldfishclosed ,
Maxie C.... picture drawing. his eyes and died tin that' FLA. STATE FARM Saturday Mrs E. W, Royal] and son, of I !
Margaret Wayne .S. singing lots lately. the end of a little gold fish. with' By. E. R. DouvlerSIRS. Mrs. Vernon Rowe and children Miami were visiting Mrs. Roy 1 P. C. I1OIJ.1NGSWOKT11 r
usie 'SeesitlIEAlI Strlnsfellow'* dignifiedmanner. a name that wa just too much. I II m n'ainut !!It. :
| for him. TVKNBY ENTERTAINED Jacksonville were visiting Mis. al's slater, Mrs W F. Moore I

George stiff neck.Bobby Oliver. going; around' witha Well now, I must nay-I've gabbed )Irs. C. M. _Tuiney entertain u.., ---- ----- '
I IS AGAIN- enough for one week BO- ..
: VtKa'ti 01. hair at bridge Friday afternoon hon. ',
Margaret Supp and Dor In cut. I ADIOS CHUMS, Fl Ef I' '.
I recent Sunday out Katleen J's. pretty red suit. SUSIEK.K.MrII orlng her three dll.ughter.-In-Ia\\. .
a spent a Pryan H'. wavy hair. FoRI ... '
KMHIike.. Aty! They Bho'Shaving Mm. Newton '
a good time when Ito Marjorie Davis cutenei. A I Turney Mrs. John av REED I

What olmathatoI heard Wanda Billy CoNon's P'". big tallnerii.eyes.. Our room I I" planning to have a I Turney and Mrs. Chas. Turner, "t '
I Road pping Betty T>. very pretty hair picnic Thuradny April 20, with Jr., who are house gue ta. TIle)\ ,.,. ..
111 on.the way back? Well! Lorene MX Mr*. Demoreat'a. room. Hue to '
ability to look
because 'pret- living; room and dining room were 4I '
in quite ty In anything lack of transportation fnillltle we ,I "
'""II't Invited; have to see I Anlce (1*. ability to always have can't leave the aihool grounds, resplendent In liP r F In g flowpra. ":'. : ''''I'
[ that. something; to say but are planning to have a good Mrs. L. F. Chapman won high '"I.,., ..
old saying, "Aln't Bobby T'.. Imitation of Bin* I ,
..' Those freshman Love J Croshy. I are glad to have a new pupil score and Mrs. Newton Turney ."
to know meaning Betty H'.. ever wavy hair. Louise class: .. Hope she will makea 'won the consolation prize. Ice 'R".
-n and Jimmy U. Don't The way Madeline Green send. success. In her new atudle served ;rk
should aave paper that baseball cream and cake were all ,
mow you flying--wowl We had a Current Event "Final I
tot write 110 many note. ? I France Powell' slim figure Kvam" last'week and we hope we refreshments.< -
vtit hair fashion seems to be I Marlon B's. neatness. will surprise Mm. Demorent and ( A< Lies Ahead + : i'

make good. IURTIIDAV _PARTY_____ _
ANNETTE Ul'NTKK.lieporter. Mrs Forrest Harvey honored {\ : '.
*. her little 12 year old daughter '#.1. .t ,

CARRY FUNDS FIFTH Nora at a pretty party Saturday '1. :j j4

Our clad.. enjoyed an Hunter. Egg afternoon Inviting 12 of bar '1 :, '
hunt and picnic. We had our pirnlc playmates to share the occasion. A 'GOVERNOR ,,' If .
____ In the room because the ground
.4 laoelnoMM wan too wet to go otitHld KdnaColeman Indoor and out door games werplayed Understanding;ability and .a
< won the prlae for find I and refreshments of Ice A FLORIDIAN IN HEART '

THIS ing Since the most we vggn.have been studying cream and cake served. Nora re- 'Vision Will Be Required I AND FROM THE HEART k !r:+s

about toad and frog In Silenceseveral celved a lot of useful gifts and

SAFE We have pupil enjoyed brought watching tadpole the tadpoles the children had a happy time. STATE RIGHTS 1 1sae
change to full grown load*. r
We colored Home pretty April Mrs. J. M. Bradley entertalne I W sleet i tr i"I :'TLOCAL'
WAVLooie calendars for our Teacher room. at dinner Sunday, Mrs. W. K. it: ,

MRS. reROWN. Jenkins and five children, Rev. : 'i

and Mrs. William Wilson of Jacksonville LEX GREEN Is Best Qualified- GOVERNMENT? I u
rant OLKR n.tBThe :; .
cash caa be a dangerous traveling companion and under (llrl.. ,HI..e Club, under the!> who will come to accept :; :
present condition,protection of funds is a problem.The tafe,sure direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall -and the pastorate of the Raiford );sac.Ius. s ;
I wa, is to change your cash ioco'American Espress Travelers accompanied on the piano by Mr.. Baptist Church and Mr. Eddy
Ethel will
ulnaat Bac..a.laureate ELECT HIM GOVERNOR RETURN
Cheques befor goal 1M"They are the aize of a dollar bill. and maybe Sermon on Sunday' April Washington, a in I n Istei'lal student i : :
spent ia soy town;-your signature is 'all that required. If 23, and at the Graduation Exercised and Mrs. F. M. Coker ai.e! otKe it

low, stolen or destroyed uacountersigned, jour loss is refunded on The Friday selections, April be sung durIng ter of Mr. Bradley both of Jack /Ens"Green"wUlspexih i to the people ol Florida Tueeday. April 35. at 7:45 P. M. N CONSTITUTION !' ,:f

promptly br American Express. the Baccalaureate Service will sonvllle Mrs. O. L. Bradley .ls- I* W.d Mdar..April 28 Friday.'April 28. al 7i30 P. M. ,
American Express: Travelers Ohcques are blue-ADd'arc issued be "Praise Ye the Father", by Saturday April 29. ,
in denoouaatioo of$10,*2O,$)0 and $1OO.The cost is "of 1% Theme'Oounod and by Stroughton."I Know A Beautiful ter-in-law] ILnd"1141'1I.. Roy Bradley .+ 10 P. M. ova Staflona WRUF WFTL WPDQ WTSP WWPG WDLP '
of :
("" on each $100 purchased), minimum 40{. Obtainable M For graduation the Hong will he, niece and daughter Harilett 'J.

Lanka,, Railway Express offices and M many camps and bascsj. ;:' :1'1't and Heart"Swing of Bong"the ,Hills"by Lohr., by Macon Ga.Emoiy . .l ".''"'I'I It.

The member of the lice Club to Townsend who once te .. '- ,,, -. ... . \t..
take part In the exercises. ares Bided here but who has been living ..., . . '- . . _. ... -_ "- . .. ._ ...m_ _ '. "
Jane Patel Freddie Wfmberly.ntltn In Ocala for the put several :
ro. llatto. Calletfe Gr...... JeanAdklna. years, will come this week to takethe
TRAVELERS CHEQUES Madge IlrovrBlee.. JanetAndrmon of Atla n c CoastLine ? <
Peggy Ace Wlggl, position 11 / / ;
I :station Agent. '
,'1 t, .
the weekend
Ed W. Mobley "pent pxaw
"'. t""or:: J' .AA I
'-\o.!\ 0'. .,.r In Jacksonville, guest of his C' 9'Ou t1
r'{ >!f '" r .
'f. " 2 < Roberta and
< Dr. T. S. 1
J.- relatives,
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::14 Come fo YourDeoer'5 ,, family and Mrs. Reed Deering. (
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JI 4)kFe"G) t w ;"rP r':.;.. kSsf. ;I'J1t 1tj, ;.4*..'o..I,.:'...{. rare ; :- .t s:;:::.i i"R' k Mr. and l\Jr.. 0.. L. Partney!! FLORIDA: } : <
l.<;,.., moved "this"we3k? the'Cottage I
," I Mrs. L. A. : t
: vacated by Mr and .
Wiggins. ? IJ.(. ,

E f 1 I,OLET', "Dr.SLUDGE" CAR ENGINE Supt. L,. F. C n a pmao. War-Par r r ;; I:

ft' President ,*>f The Southern # 5'' 1

.) dens, returned Sunday from Baton. 1

: Rouge. La., where he went to attend .-. ' : }:
\ of Prison of '"':":
a Conference ,.-1" .
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NOW flclnla.Mrs. "
ii '
Roy L. McMillan left Sunday .
, to Join her husband at Alameda 'I

,'.,;., .:" .}>" Calif.M r 11'I
E. Grlner left Tuesday (u '
attend the annual convention of : '

1 a the Florida Grand Lodge of Flue I

for our and Accepted Masonn, meeting (1111 p ,

TUNE MOTOR Jacksonville Mrs. 01'1I1er. ?ylc.

companled him and will apeddthe .

friends time Mr.visiting,0tI11e4tVy"; relativesynj! hlif j! v L '
Ralfrfrd Lodge W I f r 't'L
SIXS'ARPRING ful Master of ,.* : r br '.
82. .*,, *Aft
Mrs. 'L. F. Cliat p mi. 1 ;*u, ,a M ++ i I II

guest at the ten, .'given'>/ 01>._ anti

Mrs. Kelly at'. JJlelf>a .rfxt '.tn?

1 benefit of the :Epltle. p.aJ' ClrUroli\ I ,
-SERVICESPECIAL" J" J t l 61116 : I
there. ; q r. I
Mrs. Daniel' Boone .and ''litUe A.1 .l, ate 1.

ROTATE TIRES son Daniel Jr. vlsltlnw' Pr. ""LnJ :-S II sla. IIr

Mrs. J.'M..Hembree.ieft'.Monday; ,,, k.r

for their hom )In:;.Pananta City. ;ev ,K 1+

L: Mrs. P. 'D., .Wapcherh returned. ,
to 'Riverside Hospital in J rasa.
Monday '. &, ,-
Jacksonville! Mr Fancher ,and 3N, .- .5Jdaa.. .
S Mrs. Dennis Fancher.. her (daugn- w ,.
I '
'' ter-ln-law' acporap'anied( her. : S ,_ fIIIf/II# a II IIi

life-saver for hard-working Margaret Misses Stiingfcllow Marr Jo Caldwell have taken and J ,

wartime cars positions at Blandlng and began
their work there Monday.

LUBRICATE THROUGHOUT Mr. and Mrs: .R. N. Dukes of 4

our car has undoubtedly had hard usage Jacksonville were week-end guests Florida's youngest generation Is hard Jo the Florida State' Board of Edii- !' t

of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. at its wartime job of learning to be cation. # I

)[. R. Holmea. 'good and useful citizens. We've all- ,.We of the Florida Motor Lines take
ately ; ; and perhaps too little expertare Mrs. J. A. Bouvier spent sev-
week come! to think of a good education for the same pride. all other Floridiana
eral days at McIntosh last our' children 'as the natural birthright in our State's educational achieve-
and attention, due to wartime con- Mr. Bouvier hen Mrs.down Bouvief for of young Americans-but building up ments. We know that our own organ.
week-end w
ization, i I. the school ''
and little granddaughters. Patricia . administering a school system as aiding system
fine Florida's is a gigantic task. both with tax support and transports-'
as .
itions. let give McRae. accompanied
it to today- us and Eleanor
Bring us
him home Monday. Hundreds of thousands of student!! tion service. Those of us whose children
enrolled each in Florida's,) are benefiting directly from the'
Service'f :Mr*. H. L. Parker has returned are year
t this life-saving "Six-Star Spring ANt from a week's visit In Jack schools and colleges. There are 2,9491, splendid schooling afforded them feet

WHEEL ALIGNMENT sonville. primary and secondary schools and 13 'doubly proud.

pecial"-let us help you to keep it serving' 'colleges universities.. The range In wartime even more than in peacetime

LAWTEYBy i:of studies runs from kindergarten) the things that draw us all together -

games through the three "R's" to the that unify our efforts, that

faithfully and dependably. Mite Evelyn Warren 'most advanced scientific and ..oelologmake us good neighbors,: in every sense''

ical research. Thousands of teacher are the things that count most heavily.
VICTORY t Friends and relatives of Mrs.J. their lives to this workBoth good education and good,: trans.;;j
BUT MORE BONDS . SPEED THE rl B. McDonald are glad to know are devoting j
and to them goes much of the credit portation have decisive parts to play]
I ; from brief Ill
that she Is up a
I for its success'as well as to the administrators in shaping the present as well as the

ness.Miss Grace' ,McDonald was visiting of each institution* future of Florida: in the posit-ag L
., wi ; *' ''''''''*q-hay' rvuaaMa '#\.J< 'f ''' school boards and world. ' --
r ;:s. ;; <' ea ''s ' srlYlCl JWU' QU1ild friends and relatives in Lake local and county ,
; a
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" 3 t:1': ld"ff. ; JiI> ""' $ iY f ;+.t,.:i .. TRANSNRSION .WI. AXil"IiIRSyf" Butler Friends Jut and week-end.relatives of Cecil GIVE YOUR BLOOD JO THE LOCAL BLOOD BANK]1." --

< !/ "':., > : Dobbs who l I" serving in the U. UNION BUS STATION

" ;'dIN trfJ fl' : t i 1:> 2gTI'A.sM1.led" S. Navy are glad to see him home LACY ('osw" Y, Agent

: ; .J- :.: again. He Is .home on a 16-day Temole Avenue rhone 147 j
Jf leave. '
..,.M. ,eAY.,! pt.rt -
:Ag :Ap'ypJ: 'bK 4k41 '&ng.'Q', thWa -
Mrs. Joe Ha 'rel1. Jr.. of Jacksonville '
was visiting her mother : JlOmPAMOTORllNES :

forode 'Chevrolet Co. :Mr*.Sunday.MlwMargaretCarter'is J., B, ..M.cDlnald., ?' Thursdayand spendIng w' ; -, ; 1 I '. I

STARKE FLORIDA several weeka":il'l' 'Green Cove

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'J' .Vith'''Mrs. W. B. Sewell organization- ,,
will irleet also
,. :t '.t I The rooms were decorated with WSCS Members'' Hear ducted: by Mrs I. P. Shepherd i N. Walnut St, the business presldt4
"TheLord's at her home on session
\ and CLUBS used excerpts
J spring flowers carrying oat the j dUrfng
Land"; I hostesses: Mrs. Sewell and Mrs. committee chairmen
t ; color scheme of pink and Conference Report Song In a Strange gave
______--__ __________.m____ Each green the lana spoken 01_ : m the lessonwas . J li Cottrell. showing much t merest +
f guest was given an opportunity "l
Highlight of1 the meeting of tlvlty during the tIn
to write a note and auto China. I ; month
Miss Gilpin Weds Lovely Shower graph the bride'a book after Methodist WSCS circles Monday The business session was presided Baptist Circles Have I view of the Llghtfoou !

Thruman For Bride Elect afternoon was echoes from the Mrs. L. D. Vlninff. Ing departure for It-
HathawayA which several g r a up snapshots annual conference which convenedIn over by Service ProgramThe their Jltkl.
were taken on the lawn. who acted as president pro tern. vllle pastorate MI,' '
Dingle ring ceremony which Miss Dolores Creekmore enter Games and contests were en- St. Petersburg last week. The treasurer Miss Amelia Ray Royal Service and businessme resignation was Ugbtt.t!.
united In marriage Miss Marguerite tained at her home on Temple Attending from the local society that $86.T had been accepted ,
Mrs. reported endk
Joyed prizes being won by e tin i g of the First Baptist H. U Hough was Mfin
Victoria Gilpin and Pvt. Ave Friday evening from 5 to Grant Evans and Miss Melverna were the, president Mrs. paid out during the past month; Church was held Tuesday after. her place. elected *
7 with W. O. H a I II 1 e, Mrs. George C. I Mrs Ethel f !
Thurman Hathaway took place o'clock a surprise paityand Thornton. A novel arrangementOf the corresponding secretary :Miss noon with 24 members present was elected 21
Saturday at 6 m, In the Methodist miscellaneous shower honoring Powell and Mrs. J, T, Guy. Mrs. that duringthe program ch
p. .in open umbrella with streamers Olive Ray reported Circle Two had charge of the and Mrs W, J.
parsonage. The couple repeated Miss Dorothy Faxon whoso bearing a shower of gifts wa Halle and Mrs. Powell each gave first quarter of the year $499 program the topic for the month ship chairman. Epperson atetl; ,
Air Cadet Jimmie excellent reports of the outstanding I
their after Rev. engagement to
George C. Powell. Hubner was recently announced.Mrs. presented to Miss Faxon. and sheopened ____ events__ __on of.. the n__, conference. The bad been spent locally. being "The Near East" which wa.i!
them ror: an to see andadmire. announced that the discussed by Mrs. W, B. Alexan. Judge and
"Love Offering",. which will be Mrs. Vining I Mrs. A z.
The former Miss GLJpIn Is the Refreshments of sandwiches Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mrs. I have A
Alice used forborne and foreign work, circles would meet Monday. May der. aa guests this week
daughter of Mr. Fred Gilpin oft Hathaway wore an cookies and punch were amounted to $6,500. 1. Circle One will meet at the Burton Rosier Mrs. A E. Light daughter, Mrs B, A, lit
Poplar Bluff, Mo, but baa live Blue suit with tailored lines and served. M1 t Is. Creekmore was The devotional service was con- home of the Misses Ray the hostesses foot and Mrs. S.' E. Sparks I dIn Auburn.; Ala., and their PoPt,
In Starke for the past eight years a long sleeved white Jersey blouse assisted In caring for her guestsby being the Misses Ray and prayer. Andrew, Z., Adkins, jr,'OD,
at the home of an aunt, Mrs with other white{ accessories.She her mother Mrs. Joab Creek Margie Carmichael, Roberta Whlt- Mrs. J. W. White. Circle Two. Mrs. Llghtfoot president of the stationed at Fort Dix N.wh
r Calvin Johns. Pvt. Hathaway Is a graduate 'of BradforJ more, Mrs. Bob Weissman Mrs. field Virginia Sewell, Ina Mae ...-............-..-..-....-.--....".-........-..-...........---- } J.
} now stationed at Orlando Army I High School with the class of 43 George! Quinn and Miss Ina Mae, Townsend Mary Jo Caldwell 11/1IDIII/I/IIIIIIDin1a1111aDi1tltlaalDltIIILIIIID1111a111/ / / ' >>uiHUM>Huuii>Hiii iiuiiuiiiHiiiuiiiuiMiiiiQ||

tt t Air Base Is the' son of Mr and 'and since that time has been employed Townsend. I Melverna Thornton and Mrs. Lacy
Mrs. W. E. Hathaway of Macon Those enjoying this affair with Conway and Kathleen Mrs W. D. :
{ with Western Union. She
the honoree and hostess Faxon, :Mrs Florence Mrs. 1
L4 Ga. were!: Cook WITH
will leave Starke soon to join I I VOTE ASSURANCE
For her marriage Saturday her husband In Orlando. Misses Phyllis Martin Eve I yn Bob Welssman, Mrs. Nancy Park-
Edwards Garnita Hutto, Betty erson Mrs. Grant Evan, Mra.
.. ... .. ...... _;_. T .. ... Gene UI'.I.. .C.*..-tAlim-. .. Newaomo.J. .Mae Quinn and .HffVu.. ... "Ts\aVt,"'.'" Creekefts\ -_
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I Oleata Ge-; Vera ra.M i y, I I more.: a Wat i

r My Many Yearn Experience Blake It Possible, for Me to Bender -: _'___ _ _ Frank

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DeWITT C. JONES :' 1-----------; eP 14 jI.

SUrke. Florida jifl

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r I Wonder If you'll be as glad as ]I[ i. . Walter Dew also gone nautical
will dear readers when electionIs I following 'In the footsteps of

h,R REELECTJ. over and all these candidate I his brother Mike Took the
move out of the paper and makea Navy oath in Jax'vllle this week

L. WYNNFor little more room so I can really . In case 'you don't recognizeyour I Governor
give a full report on Call St, favorite paper girl-It's still

capers once more? . I've beenon Merry Winkler . Her flowing
COUNTY COMMISSIONER short space rations so long I'm blonde tresses have been shorn

DISTRICT THREEli."e afraid I'll forget how to really and permanentlzed . i His'Liberal
let myself go-even when election Progressive Program
I Is over . But after all . Seems that those attractive willowy
k ;' lie Kecperlfully" Solicit Your Guess the poor candidates deservea Gilpin sisters not only look Q has 'wonState.Wide '
Support'On The Basis of Ills break It's the first (and alike but act alike-even when

Punt Record last) time some of 'em will get !It comes to getting married . I Acclaim

N their pictures In the paper you Marguerite took the 'vows last ,
YOUR VOTE ON MAY 2 WILL know! . Saturday so what does Georgiado .A

4IV BE GREATLY APPRECIATED ,-. but announce the date for Bill Voters must obtain from Mr. Up church's personal appearance and

Note In the mail from "Walter Sexton and herself as April 28! utterance that he la a man of firm convictions backed by. a clem
"i . Bill
;4bd; 9, I King (Radioman 3-c) who getshis i you know, is the operator
letters In care of Fleet Post at the Park Theatre who reeord. He practices no Morning Tribune.

'" -RE-ELECT THE CITIZENS OF THE 2ND master New York.. . Says that spends all his off-hours hanging on Political ..........-Paid lor trf ttUnd of 1'. D. Vpcbaich
the box
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT he and Joe Ricks another Call- window at the Ritz IIIICnnmnmclllllllmncnUIIII1IIIDllnmmnCnllllnm1C1l1mI lIICDDDDI1I1C1IUUmnICIIIIII1I11IICllmlllllIICIIIIQ
Georgia sells tickets .
+ streeter met up with each otherIn
Y' 1. Kmorr Prlr. Im. mmMmg m aped In[ fact he was such, a permanent
fr record .. Conr*.... England . Seems they were
''l., old buddies from boot dayjand Fixture in this spot that some!
4 y i v 2. Rmorr Price. In true Southera folks mistook him for part of
Walter 'lows as how they
{ Drmtortut. the lobby display! . Romeo had
i Y, Kmorr P.....-. were on liberty together and proceeded
leer per.lee. his balcony, and the modern
will enable him But
+ her better..c white and blue!" . Also word
t's still love no matter how
.c you
4. That It would he inlotake not from Bill Parker (Seaman 1-c)
to ........t Rood (.........m.. now at Camp Bradford, Norfolk stage it .' j
$ !. .
t..e critical llrea.j'r.
Va. . Says he recently completed
6. Well, guess that'll have to do
They know the dltrrrrnr between
.. ..... ... a bitter three months on
10. .. promlam and until the politicians. move out and
....... KP. duty "because .of an argument ' "'
For The First Time In Starke A
1 h I didn't win" and Is now make a little more'room . So
Vote for and support Emory II. long ; . See you in the nextCarolyn. tr4ef
*' completely cured of trying to get .
Price so he will know how this., tt Successful Business [Man Of High
EMORY the last word wlth\ a 1st class I
,t County stands. iPolitical I
petty officer! . '. Almost as bad }
as trying to get the last word Character And Reputation Offers r
( ad] written and paid for by friends of Emory H.
I In this County) with a woman eh, Bill? . .

l You may offer condolences by WAR BONDSmakethe Himself As A Candidate For The
t ; writing him In care of L.S.T. tI r rei
t4r1' induction Group USNATB . .

""f 12; From where I sit..6n Joe'_Mardi Office Of Justice Of The Peace. M i

:, + Hear Jewell Powell has been
a tr:4 elected parliamentarian for the His Friends Business Associates
\ Kappa: Gamma Tau : .
sorority at )
: a t 1 i' Soldiers' Wives, and. Southern .know. Hmmm ,I f' Next \ -,'Civic Leaders Of T he Community #
thing we she'll be runningfor ESTB5

Post War Married Life Congress! . Surely mla
attractive WAC recruiter Sgt. And Respected Leaders Of

f,"" r' '1'' A!*" "psychologist offers some life perfect.There'll be the same Evelyn"Ice this Carlisle Thurs.from and the Fri.postof-, *&OMB Starke 1 Ask Your Support And Vote

cf 1 4 mlghty sensible advice to hus- domestic problems the same Seems she's meeting her serviceman ; 5j 5/

t bands and wives separated by complications and adjustments husband also on furlough;
war. He believes "lack of toleras always. at their former home In Milwaukee \ '

ance": rather than loss 'of affection That's where tolerance fa go.t . Hear "Mother' White \ 91 j

t p 1, is most likely to cause postng to be mighty Important (Mrs. J. W.) surprised friends

%-re 4 ra war marriage difficulties. Tolerance for at husband whospills tother day by enthusiastically describing :ForLOUIS

: I The wife has built wonderful ashes! on the carpet souse- Lt. Ted Osborne as "aeach" SHAFKIN
> . Seems its quite unusual -
fttetorea of how perfect life win times. Tolerance for a wife who
for her to revert to
be when her husband gets back penda a little too mach money .
. Understand that Bill Dobrow.exCanstreeter -
,; :And he dream of evening with for fnany-looklBg hat. Tea, "
now in
f her br the fire with a glass of tolerance .U a mighty. good fomndatlpn West Palm Beach will soon go 41 AS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,

bee*,.iriendl7 conversation,and for any marriage, G. I. . .
'-- ,
;aG problem' *or want ** N

'Ofeoul'M.'lttan'tt.ruethatjusC .t*'*(f"I. */(*&? Julius Thorn and Preacher (G.

t .. getting back together will make C.) Powell rival the brilliant red t .,
of> an autumn sunset Result I
'iI> of> a little A! LEADING BUSINESS MAN !
N. S3 of a Strict or&. 1944.Am**JMwfty fwiiAui fishing trip to St. Augustine '
. .
Tuesday Merle Grlder I '
standby of the USO snack bar, Is ,
My Stand . boot training at the Jax'vllle VOTE FOR AND ELECT LOUIS SHAFKIN --

Naval Air Station . Writes

on the RACIAL QUESTION that the Navy evidently expectshim RESPECTED REPUTABLE CIVIC MINDED
>' to win the war with a mop! THOSS devastating bombings

?; . is not bated on racial hatredit road. to Tokyo and '
( (
Y i I. based on racial pride your Figure SAFE Berlin are made possible by your w O.
War Bond purdlatet.To ;

"" which without should breaking satisfy down anyone the r iV. -, withA win this war, our fighting( ::: '

barriers established by Gods ; men must be supplied with huge LOUIS

; ,. and proclaiming our / 5'I i(( CHARIS1! quantities of equipment . .
: l t : selves inferiors.MILLARD [Don'trukyon* must be furnished the tools with -0-, . '
K \I i figure. Cbaris which to conquer the enemy. "

.. \ AdjustableFeatures Only through your continued
r : 'f,.. ( are purchases of War Bonds can our
B. 1, [not hasty ex'perimenu -
. :.:.' ,I . men be kept supplied with this SHAFKIN
a :
M' /
R : \ they have equipment.
presets their
'Iape ority.Souiv firm suppoctcomfort. ... Make mind today
CONKLINCandidate ...smartaess today that up your .-. .-
Cbwis wearers have always eo.J01ed. to initit still more in War

Personal service at your Bonds . in Via .
'' bom by the Charts ConctMr OJ( .
t d Included at no extra cost.Tbone- ,- ..: ForJUSTICE
or write today. ,
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,,1 U. S. SENATE '.C H6I\.Lt; etealat pM.vt&r I u.n' cwntyII !y. : v J OF- i'': ,,

Good Quality BrassieresFor Jf'

1 I .State Rights .White Supremacy Junior, Average and
Full Type Busts, Priced .
c r',: .Elimination of .An Efficient and $1.00 to $2.93, White and THE' PEACE. .J-: : '

', s/1 Federal Dictators Economical: Government Tea Rose. -

:1.I Free Enterprise,Free Labor .Post War Planning TO LOOK YOUR-BEST

l\\ P( t .An Early and Victorious Peace SELECT' THE BEST (This ,Advertisement* Paid For' By A Group Of Business, And, Civic

*> Mis Leaders Of
K V Patfey Edmondson < Starve)
My Platform h Recorded in Every County Boll 222, Starke Y ,. .


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TKXJEGBAPH. STATtKE.'of ". trrnnvn." _ .. _
Local News Lt. and Mrs. J M. Allison will Lt.-Col. r/\nn FIVH
and Mrs. T. T. Mr.
Long I and Mrs. B. H. Brennan
leave oT
U-. -" they tomorrow will spend for a Atlanta three where day and Georgetown children Tom and Dave of Altoona, pa., will arrive tonight Tuesday.Lake, were shopping In Starke j Dameron Black: HI I, the former Miss Kitty Hogsed of
f Texas; will arrive to be Statke.
d Mrs. Henry Crow o leave with Mrs Allison's guests of their son and
parents Monday to visit In the home 't Mr. and Mia. I,
) daughter-in-law Dumeron Black.Jr. .
Aik., came Friday of Mr. and Mr. J. D. Mamack. Mrs. Cpl. and Mrs. New
Lorg'a Later Mrs. Myrtice Robert Brennan. ArrivalLt. ., announce the arrival of Mrs. E. S. Matthews la in Or-
k to spend an Indefinitee Judge and Mrs. E. K. Carpenter. Lt.-Col.
Peiry- Long will J. B. Rowe spent Wednesday and Mis. Richard Thed4 son, Dameron Black. III, on April lanlo visiting her son-in-law and !
and .
of Sgt. Mrs. man have spend a week here
home received word that leave from on a ten day night )In Jacksonville with his. announce the birth of a son on 6, In the Alacluia ,County Hospital daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B.
vis. their a o n. Seaman 2-c Comer 'Long and Camp the Hood while Mia sister. Mrs. Mattle Frailer: and. April 14 at Riverside hospital 1 ll Gainesville. Mia. Black la j McLendon. f fI
Leona Galney of Mayo Ferryman Is now enrolled In Har- children will remain daughter, Mra.. A. B. Baker. I Jacksonville. Mrs. Thede Is the
week-end with Mr. and bor Defense for an additional five weeks former Miss
School Lois Long
Sale. Island, N. Y. on Fisher's Mrs.; Myrtice Carpenter spent Mrs Gffle Johns and sister, I Mis.! F H. of Starke.daughteiof I I f I

the week-end _in_ Raenntnn____n__.. r>> Mrs. Carrie Smith of Buahnell, I Long ___ ___u . . __ __ _u _ _ _ _
with her mother, ;Mrs. W.' T. spent the week-end In"Tallahasseewith N0TICl'Effective FACTb YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT 1:

lOK AT Jackson.Mr. Mrs. Smith's son and daugh- 1, will be
ter-in-law.[ Mr. and
Mrs. L. A.
and Mrs.
R. closed
A. Lee left Smith.S. on Wednesday afternoonseach ED BAKER
.. yesterday for their home In week Instead of Thursday .
AS A Sparks was In Daytona
F BUSINESS Greenwich, Conn., after a visit Beach aft t'noons.-Prlellt's 5c to $1
Tuesday and
y 4 with Mr. and Mra. E. J. Dowllng. Wednesday: Store.
attending a meeting of the Candidate for Governor
More revenue needed Com. Also a recent guest In the Dow-
x "
mon sense tells us Increased liiig home, Capt. R. M. Lee re- School Board Association lie NOTICEEffective
;business, NOT Is a member of the executive' 26.
1 new taxes is the turned Wednesday to his Wednesday April
answer Sen. Ernest post at board of the .;/ ,
R. Gra. Fort Ord, Calif., after organization. we will be cloned Wednesday afternoon
r' ham war veteran farmer bus a few days with his spending Mrs. Charity Glinson, Mrs. of each week !instead of j
iness wife
man has and
OWN business, he knows the baby here. Thomas and Miss Mildred Thursday afternoon. Bradford Baker-Tile Man
Gllsson, who live on John son Hardware Co.
.._Miss_ ___u Sara_ .Reed, director of the 1 Ed Rater wa', horn In Plant
USU-XWCA: here, will leave Jacksonville City 44 years ago- crvrd In
; ELECT ERNEST R. by plane Sunday for New I Navy .In World War I-In
Orleans where she will attend BUY basinets! for '
GRAHAMGOVERNOR refresher a HARDWARE AND PAINTTry self for 8 years...
course for USO organization business manager Palm Beach

staff members to be held 'Times four yeara . Superintendent

there April 24 through May 5. 'The From A Storellodern of Harry-Ann Crip

Weekend guests In the homeof e t pled Children's home for 10
(Paid Political Ads.) Mr. and Mrs. Isadore LccJn With years . State senator In 1943
were Cpl. and Mrs. H. E. Lelver Miracle ExperienceAnd legislature.Member Masons. hlrf

of Camp Blanding, Mrs. S. Cia- Wall Finish ,Elks American Legion. Ki
mer of New York City and hereon A ReputationFor \wants Club Presbyterian

Pvt. Melvin Cramer of Camp KEM- Churrh.
Blandlng. Fair Dealing

Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank and WHAT HE STANDS FORED
Mis. Bette Green, of Dublin, Ga, TONE And HonestMerchandising
and MI'.. Marguerite Dickens of I BAKER stands for business-like, constructive opera
Martanna, will arrive tomorrowto Dries In One Hour! I Hon of the State government .
spend a week as guests of Mr. It's Washable! II
I .. . for promotion of Florida at a Recreationland,
and Mrs. L. D. Vining. One Coat Covers! _
I with state advertising program-
0744PS. Mrs. Dameron Black
gad baby
O Ron, Dameron Black, III.! returned WE STOCK AT ALL I ? . for enlargement of Florida agricultural produce
PS here Saturday from the Alachua Gold Bond tion, greater assistance to farmers through distribution

County Hospital In Gainesville, TIMES A FULL LINE and marketing service, and extension. of I

.. and are at, the home of Mrs. SUNFLEX OF COLD WATER experiment ..totionsfor -
Black's mother, Mrs. W. B. Parks Casein Paste Paint . . enlargement of new industry and enlargement r
and Dr. Parks. AND OIL PAINTS of established industries, with special efforts to
Capt. Richard G. Kidd, who Is Like Adding get reduced freight rates for Florida-
Windows To A Room WITH ALL TilE
4 stationed near Columbia, S. C ,
AM . . for improved school system, better and more i
spent last week-end htre with his
wife and sons. LITTLE TRIMMINGS equitable pay for teachers, education opportunityand
Superior |jobs for returning service men and women,
Mrs. F, H. Long has been In TO MAKE UP A
,.feptl-Cola Company, bong Island Cite, N. Yo Jacksonville this week visiting Oil Finish Paint more vocational training

rd Bottler PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Jacksonville. her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. . . for better highways . for a more definite pension f
and Mrs. B. S. Carroll. DAVISSEMIGLO SUPERIORPAINT plan for elderly people, for protection of labor's

.. I .. I rights and interests . for home rule for counties k }
and communities.

For All Interior Walls STOCKBRADFORD
[ ofadford
oters And Woodwork

For Summer
May 21, 1944All GOVERNORIs
County! work must IK called for ,

before that t'l i m el; otherwise
write P. O. Box", 105, Starke andI I -
will mall C. O. D.

The' Business Men and -J. tl.. Courtmanch. .

Women of Starke heartily __n-SSrsrrtssSsrrsSs .. .. Senator Pepper More Interested

endorse the candidacy of '

Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Sentinels a
of Health In "WarProfiteers" Than In '

urge your support for his :.

re-election and we wish to Nature Don't declined'Neglect the kidney Them, to I do a ? '
merveloue Job.Their t....I.l to .keep tb.
reward him with another flowing of en MOM of Winning The War? :
taste impuritiee.. Th. a" o! living-l/el
term in office because of <..(-U the eonetently kldneye' must producing remove wutemattrr from .

the splendid manner in the When blood the If kidney food, beach full to I It function to endure.u THE; HOUSE MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE OF THE '
Neture Intended then Is retention of
which he has fulfilled the treee.were On.that may may auffar eaime nagKing body-wide backache dl.,. CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, SAYS:

duties of Sheriff of Bradford pereietent headacheattachwfdl a ne-, -.
under getting the up eye nfghte.*-feel awaiting tired, aervoua, puma,_all _Jn Ida. report after Investigation. Into the (rau'e ficial. concerned the purcha "to the necessityof '
County. Because of worn out.Frequent. the delay. In the construction of Eglin Field an of Senate conflrniallon" for their promotion
,twenty or burning paaeagee: Army air field atl Valparlno, Florida and the' airport The Committee conclude KM report with the !
the fact that he has kept Sr. eometlnM or bladder further diaturbanee.The evidence of kidney 1 Pensacola, Florida, that It was caused. by statement In reference to Senator Pcpprr "The
recognised and ;,treatment t the micccftMful fight of Senator Pepper to force I lieOoverninent Committee deplore mont strongly the lad that
Bradford County clear of la a diuretic medicine to keep tb.kidney ur\ member. of would sufficient
get rid of eanee poieonoua body ..-. ,. to buy' the asphalt from the Pan any Congress' exert
gambling and maintainedthe Lee D...'. PtUm. They have had more American Petroleum Corporation represented by a Influence' and that an established. government
.than forty the r*of publle approval.. are.ndor..d law'fttm with which he once had connection at a MI.n'ywolll4, be ao susceptible to mirh Influence,
morals of our communities D..a'.. Sold at country all drug over..tores.DOANS IneM. en price much higher.than (ho low bid. This wa done a* to cause. unwarranted delay+! In the completion
aya the committee by reference made by Senator' of a project HO e *enflaj to the development of the
in a manner, that has PILLS Pepper' in a heated discussion l with government! ofnational defence". .

been the pride of the state ti

and a matter of great sat "- e ... FpR. HIS ACTIVITIES IN THE ASPHALT DEAL .

authorities isfaction to of Camp the military Blan- REELECTW. PEPPER IS CONDEMNED! "

ding, we must and will B. (BABE) t. "

continue in office a man BY THE DEMOCRATS nection'between hi* appeal for Intervention In the "
DOUGLASSAS war and his motive for Intervention In the oil
of proven experience and company deal..
I Senator Walter F. George, after refusing to recommend

outstanding ability. RAILROAD the purchase of asphalt from the Pan BY THE NATION:

American Petroleum Corporation or anyone else, _
Yours For Good Clean COMMISSIONER .. '1 said|: "1 ,deplore political Interference In government The VTuMhlngton Dally News had Mil to say
I editorially about till asphalt. dealt "Yenterday
government : contract. an ;
h. article. by Thomas L. H'okeo. concerning Senator
't : : BY>!'THE REPUBLICANS.1'C'ppC'r and a rather sticky axphalt contract for. ..' t,
>..,. . Air Corp field In Florida, precipitated.
eNy more than an hour of lively debate In the 17. 14. t
Aau' Senator Tobey said In reference to Senator PepRenate.. Then all the remark' were 'expunged'
per when this name asphalt deaJ came up for 41(5frnM( the record, because Home of the. tiling Bald
cuMiion on the. floor of the Senate: ""-hpn hi ligoternmemt seemed to reflect upon the. motive of certain
: member of august body".
I' official .beat the drum for war which that
\Ve Wish merely to say that t Ibis newspaper'
will result In huge profit to certain companies I III not bound by the> protocol of 'senatorial cour-
In the United State, and when- that name Mali tey'. The fade we have piir>ll..he .._ government official ue' bill high office by active aophalc contract will not bn 'espnngel' from oir:
rotrmna . Our iMtnllmenl were expreHned by an "
oil in
.. Intervention on behalf of a great company
Y; officer from the Army Corp of Engineers who.
t the matte01 bid for contract where the contract hating looked Into 'the fact by order of AnnUlantrfccretary .
should go to the lowest bidder, the danger ofar I'a ''r"on, commented: 'It sIc
l that the people may believe that there I* a conslinks., '."
eJl, "

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nmittee Of Business InterestsOf Continue to profit from the the "War Profiteers" are spending .

services of a public servant of I

proven ability, experience, integrity J"
and a desire to be of r ,c. l ,j . $250,000.00 in a desperate effort

service to the public and his t

Bradford CountyThla have fellow he been citizens.will based continue upon His to decisions evidenceand follow '; .. '..... ;i1., {, to re-elect Senator Claude Pepper? >.. '; ., .

that policy. '
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-_ SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY -H. Delllncer Defendant. Case No, e e e k. divorce '
8042. Telegraph nhall ufuy. r'
ORDER OF PtTBLJCATIO.V In next tour wecl eau's'' \
Dennis Morgan Manning AND NOTICE TO APPEAR WltneHK my h..
FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPINGAND H.STATE Delllnger OF FIjOIUDA whose residence to: Salll is Seal 5* Starke. F' ,lrldb

:: Seen In Colorful "Desert Song"Playing RECREATIONAL CENTER Shelby North are required Carolina.You to. appear on As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL Maid!: ) url'A J 7!
i" :f: I May 8, 1944. In the above nam..dCourt T. Frank '" ..
I and cause, wherein plaintiff Atty. for Pit blkJER'RY'SJERRY'SJERRY'
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j at the Florida Theatre' Nazi. Fontaine makes amendsby 'WOODLAWN ''

' at midnight Saturday and at regu being instrumental In securing Sketch GroupIs The Milk Bottle By Mrs. Myrle Rafuse '
i tarlhowings on Sunday and the freedom and rights of
h OrganizedAt
'' ", Monday is the technicolor version the Riffs FOOD There will be services at Wood
?' tl(;( of that perennial stage favorite Dennis) Morgan and Irene Man- USO-YWCA ClubThe lawn Church each Sunday morn > E-A-T H-E-R-E

', "The Desert Song". Warner Bros. ning are starred as Paul and Camp Diner ing at 11 o'clock. Sunday School
"' the first of the film companies to first of a series of weekly Services even- IF YOU LIKE HOME
Margot and lend new beauty to at 10:00.: Sunday COOKING
; .,f; bring musicals to the screen, has sketch hours to which servicemen Come And Get It !ing at 7:30.: Everybody come to U4CO
the familiar Romberg tunes In and Interested members of p1 *
apparently outdone Itself in this Maude's Place church. t i ICHILI
their renditions of them. In the the community are invited will .
{ ;
I p Park Cafe The public la Invited to meet
1 ''Yt Filmed In gorgeous T e c h nl- I featured cast are Bruce Cabot be held at the USO club operatedby Sweet Shop with the Woo d Jaw n Baptist I HOT
the YWCA at 201 N. Walnut
color this completely modern- I Gene Lockhart and Faye Emer- Church in the home of Mrs. Senie ,
25: at Snack Bar
Street on Tuesday April
: ized version leans heavily on Prevatt Sunday P. M. 3 o'clock
il current history for its plot. The son."The 7:30 P.M. Charcoal colored for another great service. The U
Desert Song" ia based; chalks drawing boards, and paper GIFTSGislain's
Its 1 vivid story told against a of Mrs. Prevatt regret OUR SPECIALTY
friends -
upon the play by Lawrence I will be furnished. There will beno many a

background of beauty and ro- Rt-hwRh.,. Otto Hnrhftch.., Oscar- -- teacher.. alnnA the...- _activity_'o."., Is'_ very much that she has not nail St, ,Next. Door To-- Western" i'. ._
' mance tells of .a young itinerant Hammerstelir 2nd Sigmund Rom- planned primarily as an outlet 'Wonder"Gift Shop been able to attend her church In tJJ "UII I
t musician, Paul Hudson
? berg and Frank Mandel. Robert 1 I about four weeks.
tu ' who In the guise of El Kho for self expression, says Miss Bradford Photo Shop JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'FOOD
4+a bar makes daring and spectacular -, Florey directed. Sara Reed, director. A model will Newton T. Powell age 57, passed '

aJq efforts to free the' be present at the second meeting MILITARYSUPPLIES from our midst. He was a
downtrodden Riff slave labor CLAY HILL on May 2. A small exhibit of native of Bradford County and
from the ruthless oppression of By Lura, BurgeonCorrespondent sketches Is on view done by servIce was a member of the new Congregational -
the Nazis. men in a similar group at a Gislain's Methodist Church. He FIT

j Interwoven Into the plot ia The Baccalaureate Sermon at Tampa USO club. Is survived by two daughters and
"';1) the beautiful love story of Paul the school house was well attended Tomorrow (Friday) at 12:30: the P. S. Stores two brothers Dallas and Johnny
"Outdoor Girls Club" will hold Powell; two sisters Mrs. Roberta e
and the lovely Margot a Sunday. Rev. J. R. Strickland PHOTOGRAPHYBradford
+ French cafe singer who loves 'gave the Invocation Rev. Cutahawthe its first meeting in the side yardof I Nettles and Mrs. Clara Crawford .

him for his courage and unselfishness. -) : sermon and Rev. Wester the the club. Those attending are Photo ShopC. t .'foraKING
ti? benediction. asked to bring picnic lunchea.
""J ? The story reaches its climax A formal class party was givenat Games will follow lunch Including Smith GardnerTHEATRES

J when Paul discovered by they the school, house. The gills badminton and horse shoes. Metal Rim Tags 2-hole Per-
authorities as El Khobar makes wore evening dresses and about The group plans hikes, swimming forators and office supplies of all ;
his getaway through the effortsof 18 couples were present., Refreshments parties and picnics for subse- 1 kinds at Bradford County Telegraph -
his friend, Johnn Walsh (Lynne served and quent Fridays. Later It la hoped, Florida ,, tk art11 .,
were games
,tfir: Overman)', an Amenrican news- Sunday 'picnics and outings will Park '
were played H. B. won a
; paper reporter. Later he opens be organized for couples.Mrs. NutritiousTasty Inexpensive
prize in a quiz contest.The'commencement Ritz IN CIRCUIT COURT' RflADFODDCOtINTY
is the eyes of Colonel Fontaine to Helen Duplaga North FLORIDA IN CHAN
,, the treachery of Cald Yousaeff was Thursday Olmstead Ohio Mrs. Vera Dris- CKRT. SANDWICHES'SOUPS DESSERTS
q TAVERNSBlanding
Lenora F. Morrow, Plaintiff vs.
y .F (Victor: Francen), and proves by night April 20. School clone klll, Virginia. Mrs. Regina Semluakt Edward E. Morrow, Defendant.Case SHORT ORDERS FULL COURSE MEALS I
''II documentary evidence that tho Friday. Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania Center BarMaude's ORDER No. 3041.OF PtTBLICJATION
I Caid is in the employ of' the ''Mrs. Myrtle' Austin and two and Mrs. Zola Young Hyden, Kentucky AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ; Open 9 ,to Daily
)t daughters visited in our community were Introduced at the Place STATE OF FLORIDA to: EdwardE.
II* CIHCIHT COURT) BRADFORD Morrow, whose address l I. MM except. Tuesday
rl ("(COUNTY FLOHIUAt' IN CIIAN- Sunday. Newcomers Coke Hour on Mon- 2-c U. 8. S. Bunch DE (494. CIO
,1"t( CKMV.. _Mi.__.. _And__ Xfra. .T_*.. _A.__ RrlnArtn day at 3 P.M. M_d C G 1_ V_11 F1eetYPoktmaster: ,. New York City, M _
y romp eora - err "
J'obn--A...'Zeb..deePlaintiff., v.. Ruth attended Mrs. Smith's funeral at Elected as new members: of the leader You arerequired to appear on
Ztbedee Defendant. Case No. 2917 I 'May 6, 1944 in the above named
las .
p I ORDER OF PUBLICATION Starke Saturday., Army Wives Council at 3 P.COra"*
I 1,; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Joenell Wilkinson and Marlon Thursday's luncheon were Mrs =S P. M.-L......... CoaiMrtlaa ""." Court a e e k and* divorce cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County
f' STATE OF FLORIDA Ruth Gretea.. ,
; to: > Carkrraaai
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
Zebedee whose residence Is un were home Sunday. Harold Anderson -Mrs. M. B. ..0......... next four weekly Isiiues. -
k own. Qresham. Today's luncheon the 'H" P. M-Community Statin Witness my hand and official
You are required to appear on Lura Burgess will move to monthly celebration in honor of: Homr Sea at Stark, Florida, this April
May 1. 1944 In the above nam..dCourt
Jacksonville Saturday and workin 4. 1944.
' and cause, wherein plaintiff those who have birthdays in April! THIJRIIIDAV 12.30. P. M Arm? A. J.
ittt xeeks divorce Bradford County Cohen's Dept. store until June Wives .........., Hath F..uett THOMAS
' Telegraph shall publish this Order. then attend the University at was prepared and served by 2 CtM .cll Chairman. prmldlaK.a A* Clerk( of said SEAL Cnurt.OFFICIAL ,). aeJ
in next four weekly Issues..Witness committee formed by Mrs. A. Jirlamm :: P. M.-Future Mother'. Club Knight A: Knight Starke. Florida
?'n f i I my hand and official Gainesville. The Clay Hill news Dr. .. It. A bra.... Iradrr.a Atty. for Pit. 4-7 4t 4-28
seal at Rtarke, Florida this March will be carried on the best'way Mrs. George Taylor Mrs. :: P. "..-<'.."..
SSrd, 1944. Claude McClary, and Mrs. C. T. H P. M-Vrre Illnco and Movie
.r (OFFICIAL-SEAL) A. J. Thomas possible. In August school be. Hhort. '
, A. Clerk of said Court. gins and she will return to Clay Dawson. Every' dar vxrrp< Wednesday and IX CIRCUIT COfRT. DRADFonnCOItNTY
,:, ; T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida Sgt. Prye won a box of candyas Saturday. Mnu H. llern.teln will FLORIDA I IN CIIANCKHY. '
Atty. for Plf. .3-31 4t 4-21 Hill. .
aloe rrorfcetlna- aewlna- and fled
door prise at last Saturday'scouple (...... kalttlniK I................ O. S. Delllnger, Plaintiff v... /Pnllle; I
dancce,: for which Sgt.
Samuel Baum's orchestra provided -
the music. Pvt. and Mrs

U E. Clary furnished an Im-
Bradford promptu, floor show with their I
jitterbug exhibition. Mrs. Bertha
Pearce assisted In serving refreshments -

Photo of punch and cake.
Fit III\Y 3 P. M-Creels.
ATfllUAY .Hi.'lo. : p. M'nupledance
with orravntra and rrf -
reMhmentM.M .
ShopSTARKE !M(1\ a I*. Mv-Feature Motle.ItlOMItVY .
19 V-Army Wives Coun-
rll MeetlnR.;
:a. .'. :\-t.u.: .
FLA. a P. "Newromern Coke Hoar
.N. p. M-Unme :M.h..
Our Breakfasts 'rt'.111J.10:10!! A. JI.IJ.vo.'o..ol'
1 Next to Western Union
j i' are something
1 to crow about I

'* Also DevelopingPrinting : : :'

i' SHORT ORDERSserved from9a.m.to9p.m. lookingFor irr ;


1 Featuringthe Enlarging

best of I A

STEAKS & CHOPS 12 Hour Service ; 11xis



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1t For Portrait Work .

I' ? + Corner Call and Cherry erent I

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m Ji.
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Ebony Miniatures ",' '

I n r ,a i f 6 . :Mexican Hand. Woven ''I- The Minuteman is Still the Man o/ the Hour

Shopping Baskets

C. Smith Gardner '. The Minuteman was a most resourceful civilian and saved and sacrificed. They showed: us the way

I 6 a Pumpkin Coach who worked hard for and home and was to win.
:; /11 -Established 1900- Jewel Boxes
r quick to fight when their security was threatened.
1' of New York and Miami Americans, since the days'of the Minuteman,

1 He did the very things we are asked to do today. have welcomed their opportunity to earn securityHe
ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 Fragrant
i Six 3x1 $3 Twelve '4xi $5; Rose Beads made things last. He wore things out and did for themselves and their families in a better world.

,, without. He was one of the first to stretch food and
M STUDIO IN ULAN DING CENTER fuel. Today,when wartime trials provoke us, America

BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. Beaded Hand Tooled BeltsHammered is recapturing the spirit'of76, -America's fighting

Farmers, fishermen, sailmakers, smiths or cobspirit, so perfectly symbolized by the'Minuteman-

blers-all were Minutemen-all were dreamers who the spirit that will hasten
.6 Silver Victory by hours,by days,
rl loved their America-all were doers who '
even months.
Drop in at the Trays ,

' t SWEET SHOP Fish Scale

EarringsForgetMeNot .. / .

Opposite Park Theatre Americans have 1 w
Fit ; : always been ''Inadditiontoaupplyingthearmedrorce*with glider

For Friendship Rings neighborly. 11 is quit natural % and bomber fuselage frames wing parts gun turret

thenjor Budweher to be Amtri- parts and foodstuffs,Anheuser-Busch produces materials

: ca'sfavorite beer for when good Aluminum1 which. Munitions go into the.manufacture Medicines B of:Complex Rubber
Candy Wrapped Sandwiches Get It AtGISLAIN'S
friends get together But/u-eher Vitamins Hospital Diets .: Baby Foods Bread

& a friend that needs no introtiuctton. and other Bakery products Vitamin-fortified

1 f The Coldest Drinks In TownAll -to cattle name feeds a. few.Batteries Paper Soap and textiles

Popular Magazines & Morning and Evening Papers Next To Koch's Drug Store '.0 M-31. 0"....
rpVic' ;:' ,Uea s.erANHEUSER..BDSCR'

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21. 1044 miADFonn COUNTY TELEOR.Un, sT-tnirir_ FLORIDA Syyy .s

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Victory Committee assignments, I the film features nine,. catchy new 1 In Bradford County Flor"I.Vhll'h I portion of State Road SOI d....ltiiuleil I clam Circuit' In and for BradfordCounty i I II

And 'Gaiety Are Keynotes supplementing their radio and tunes by JJcHugU and Adamson: are 'Included In and,, required fordralnaite a.. 1'rojvrt 521 a. locntnl.Kurveyetl .. I Florida, do hereby certify. 'r I
I I of that part of. NlnleItoad and shown on in Id map that the above and) foregoing .la a. t
screen presentations.But "Roodle Ee Doo" "CandlelightAnd 2el. de"l"nat..d a* "ProjectftftSl" up pint.. hervlnubuv referred to, or i true and correct copy. of the NoticeIn \
Kyser and his troubadori Nine," "A Mok From B. located., aurveyed and ,platted default mal>a entered. malnit' Eminent Domain t'roreedlnimliiaued \
by the State Road. Departmentof you. I on the 11th day of April
Pw Kay Kvser Tunef ik are now capitalizing on that ex Shamokln." "Pin-Up Girl" "AppU the State' of Florida. and shown WITNKS3 my hand MM Clerk of I A. r>. 1944 'In the cane of Bradford .)
., perience aside from the patriotic Tree." "Hef Got A Secret Weap"Don't by right of way map thereof on the Circuit I Court-In and fur ITad- County, a political mil llvl-
# self-satisfaction derived. The Old file In the office of the Clerk' of ford County, Florida. and the neat. lon' of the Stat of Florida, v*.
on, Believe Everything the Circuit Court 'In and for Bradford of >..hl Court, thl. the 11th day Wlnford Franklin Klnr Defendant
and the forces. That Is what Kyser and Professor and hi*! entertainment You Dr am." Seasick Sailor" and Count. Florida. a> true copy "t April A. D. 11144, at Stark, 'In *, Common Law Case No. IOU;
Knowledge, his enterta 1 n e r a would have specialists, augmented by such I "Great Newra.:' of avid map. or plat. being attachvd Bradford County Florida.OKHH.'IAt an the name appear on file In
] to the Petition filed In the ( 8KAU. ) A. J. Thomim, thin office.VVITNKHS I .
1r an estl-! grossed since 11 months before comedy artists aa Mischa Auer, above entitled cause on the 11th Clerk of the Circuit Court\ 'In and my. hand and official
Joan Davis and day of April. A. IK 1X44. by the. for Hradford County Florida. ,
of enter- Peart Harbor had they accepted Marcy McGuire, New of neat at Starke Bradford County.F'orlda.
shipment .
Bradford .
County a political nh.dlvUlon T. Frank Landrum
this 11th day of April,
Sam's armed theatrical bookings Instead of have turned out a supermusicalfor of .
In at Bradford County Telegraph the State of Florida, Attorney! for Petitioner A, U 1144.
RKO Radio, "Around The aicnlnxt you and each of you seeking STATK OF FL.OIUDA )
office A. J. THOMAS
to condemn for public road \ .
World", baaed on the adventuresof and Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford
highway drainage purpoaea. the CCH'NTY OF IWADFORD ) I
a troupe of entertainers makIng IN CIHCI IT! contT. mi ti>poniCOUNTY. > .aid parcel of 'land situate. lying I, A. J. Thomas Clerk of theCI..u.t County, Florida.OFFICIAL .-
YOUR. Kl.Ullllltl . and being In Bradford County, Court of the Klghth Judi ( SEAL) 4tM4t 5-5
a global circuit of U. S. fight (" 1'l.: I.Icily. Florida' ,an" more particularly' d... ......
ing fronts.It Lillian Amen McMunim, Plaintiff ncrlbed' a. follow. .: :
.. Parcel No. t :1
HerbertVllcox .
l\I l\an" De
will be shown at the Park fendant. Came No. 80HI.OKDISH ,. That portion of
Ihili Theatre on Sunday, Monday and OF PtTHL.U'ATTO.V SKli> of Nmi i of Section 21. '
AND NOT1CF1] TO AF'I-K.tlt Town.hlp 8 South Itanjte 21 THE : r
Tuesday STATE OF FI.OJIIDA tOI! Her neat, .lemma 12 acrea' deMcrlhedas
Before filming this musical extravaganza b..rt1I McMunus, whoa resi Beginning at Nnrtheant corner I
lot t Dogs dente 'In: 156 Seneco. St., Buffalo, of Bald SKi tif NEkk and
and Producer- .
New York. run Wet SS2: feet; thnnreHoutheaRterly
Director Allan Dwan plus their You are require* to appear on to.. point 123:
!May 15, 1944. in thy\. named feetVst of Southeast' cornerof PARKCAFE
mburgersioffee technical! aides, _researchers and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Kit Id 8RV' of NKVii I : thence. ::
writers, made a comprehensivestudy ; .Reek divorce. Bradford County F.nM: to section line.: thence
Telegraph shall .piihllxli thin Order North to point of hnitlnitlnK i
at army camps, flying bases 'III next four weekly. I......... 'lyliiHT within 50 feet of the. s\irvey 120 S. Walnut
and naval stations of audience reactions WltneHH my hand. and official line of ditch extenalon left to Station
spat. at Starke, Florida' this April 16094! of f'r'')ect 2821 Slate j
to the special brand of 1 2. 1944. Ttoad 2e}. said ditch centerline h... ,
music and comedy dispensed by (OFFICIAL SEAL)) A. J, Thomas' Inn 0-vjicrlbed aa Heptlnntnif' on the .
"COME, AND GET IT"W. the and hU organiza All Clerk of said; Cmn! .t. Knit" boundary of said ShHi. of "Eat the Best
professor at
T. Frank Imndriiw. Stark. Florida. NlC'i at a point 311 feet South of
tlon. Atty. for I'lf. 4-14 4t B-a tho Northeast corner thereof and
Griffis Prop. Next to NCCS-USO "Around the World1' embracesthe run South M deirrrea 17 nilniitei.
West 310.11 feet! thence South Aldecrees
results of these findings, with IV('01('IIIf",".',.IT."foritT.1.0111"."Mil 1(749 lfU.'owI.'\_ II minutes' West 10 6.8r..u And forget the Rest"Looking
the entire production aimed at ('10:1"lI..nry: -. I thence South> 62 degree Bl!
minute* Went 140.2 feet to the end
the entertainment preferences ()four Krma M.A.Stauffer Stauffer, I'lulntlff.. Case v*. of ditch (In Alligator" l'r..k)1: paidstrip
uniformed fighters, on the No. SOZS.oiiuuR. of 'land containing 8.7 acre) ,
theory that the type of film-fare AND NOTICIC OF < rruMPATtoN TO Ai'I'KAU more You,or and leva.. each of you are hereby for a Good Time? "

which moat pleases soldier audi- STATR OF VI AH!DA Ml Erma commanded to be and appear. Inthe .
1\(. Stuuffer. whose Circuit Court 'In and for Bradford ""*
will likewise an enthusiastic residence In 1611 :3 Come toMaude's
ences get Vnuth 1."It.huSh Street: lin'rlleater County, Florida, .at the. office .Ut.
I reception wherever NewYork of the Clerk of aald Court, In .
W r"STAJRKE "" H'qrbc.: Itrudford County, Florida. ,
THEATR pictures are exhibited commerc. \ required to appear on
May I. 1944. In the above named on or before the 23nd day of May,
ally. --- '? Court and cause wherein'' plnlntlff' A. D. 1944.! to show what right, Place
FLAL title, Interest or Hen or
Peeks divorce fVndford you !any
Outcome of all this Is a conglomeration County
Telegraph nliall of you, have In and to any of anti! I
publish this Order .
of modern music and In next four weekly Itntiieti. above described pam.eta. of land ,
Wltneits my. ham, ) and official and to *.how cause why the name .. Across from NCCS-USO \ :
comedy, together ,
neatly woven at starke' should not be taken fur the IIKCH ,*
thl. .
SS1. 1"1.ldn.' March
Mona Tues. 23,24,25 with a', swiftly-paced tale i of action 28, llMf.; nnd urpoe, Set forth In said Petition ''r
-- J. to-wlt. 1111 right,, of way for
adventure and romance, set .*V:. t' A* ('I."..... of THOMAS.mold. ): Court. drainage, ditch for a cectlon or I _'If/f''''. yfW Temple Avenue :
In a glided and global panorama - (OFFICIAL nuAI.) I
to the Knight & Knighlttnrke! Florida. "' I
which takes the customers
AttyM. for I'lf. 3-31 H\ 4-21:
hlghspota in Alaska, Honolulu '. v I Beer Lunch : ;
iv (
.Irl-IT ronrr. \Ofo'onn
Pago Pago, Guadalcanal, Algiers, '
( ,
l:4 4 5S 01 D'I'Y 1"1,01""1t 1'\ I'll t\_ ,
Casablanca, India Australia, 4 1':1": ,
Chungking Cairo and Tunisia. Miriam Arnold KelHey. rinlntlff.' v... "a- .,' '
GO..IT'S FUN A. Kelsey,. Jvfendant, Ca," Fellowship
"Around the World" Is said to No. 3028. Something New !It ;

offer some of the most unusual OI(1)nf> I\"OT''PJ OF' PPHT.ICIATTON'ANI To APPKAIl:I CompleteLine: re..
OVER THE MAP! '>> dance numbers and spectacles the FTATR' OF FI.OKII1V I to: Miriam, of

df'< screen has presented In recent A.7C7.Kelsey New whose revldt-nre... \b Box 4i
Haven. Connecticut.
...for laughs, looks and months. Along with the Austra- You are renulrert 1 to appear on Orange Blossom( S \

.. listens as a happy gang lian song hit, "Waltzing Matilda" Court May 1,and 1B44 cause'In the wherein ahoy plaintiff mined Perfume25c

'i T of troupers gives out meek. ., divorce IViulfonK County
.., .
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for our fighting troopsall K."sspfh.u"rh' ..Kbta,5.Ii'j"ord"r&M. ?, ; to $2.95

\ over the' seal'\' Florida band ,aJ,1 thin official March 3 f ..4I JCYr

r 29, 11144. .
globe (OFFICIAI" SRAT.) A, J. Thomas
A 8 Clerk of mild Court. 1bipxlcan

_ : T.Atty Frank f6r I.nndrumr.etarke Pit 3.31 4t Florida 4-21 ,(

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4I ''\. (' ?SriT; ('or"T' nit nponii ,
(OPY'r t'. .1.lIIIMI I'Ii ,_ Cillo ": .
('U til
( ,: Y, )) f ,
\ ; Phillip (Fllllppo' ) 7l'* o. Plaintiff. SilverEarbobs / f is
I / a"u I No.. 197* Zlsan Defendant Caie: iE

STATR] OF FMiniDA to: AI..... "'''h WellaveEVERYTHING j
Dora ZI".o. whose residence' I In 40 Matching' s
Wilson Avenue., Brooklyn, New
York. Rings' A
You are required' to appear. on
,ITTrniA May 1. 11144 'In the above named
when you're Court and run", wherein plaintiff
seek,. divorce. Iradford fount y
Telegraph" .shall publish thin Ordit'r '
thirsty- In next four weekly Issue
% V
_ Y.Sys Witness my hand and official
or hungry . neal 1944.fOFFiCLAr.Hlarke. Florida, this March you'll want for a

,and wanta fI .Ar.) A. J. Thomas
An Clerk of said Court. 9

light, Fla.Walter Atty.
< delicious snack iv ruin IT ('-01 fir IIIIAIIFOIIIICOI'ISTV. k1 llandprdnltrlllhell ,,j ! BIG EVENING ! ::1

with a minimumof FI.OIIIIIAt. I.V' ('II.\.%- ,

4; 'Eva ci-nir.: Hart Chrlntl, Plaintiff, V.. PlaquesSlngl .
cS fuss William Hahn ChrUtle, Defendant.. :
and bother- Cane. No. 2038ORDER OF. PrnLICATIOV or In pair* y iiinoiniririi: S

Ulf Ifabtbbi. Gargle R into STATE] OF l'"IcHtIlA to: William - Sorry a.bbitt i drop Rahn (Chrltle whoHe 1'.1-| '
Juu' caaw.yDlan i ili-nce. l,: State hospital Columbia' --- at --
Sully Mown Carolina. '
P.ndl.lan Jadtd.lllag You are requlreil to appear on ...u- t'
May 8, 1944. In the above named
BAR Court and caliHe: wherein plaintiff
uodondDlrtcftdbyAUANDWAMllnal ., e e k.. divorce Hradford County
Telegraph shall. publlnh till. Order At The "New" BLANDING !

Story and Ser... Pl.y blf Ralph SDMC* Sp eiil m.t.ri.l. by Cart H.nliisep Davis Hotel Bldg. '. In next .four my weekly hand lnHiieH.WltneuM and. .official

Real at Htarke, Florida, thin April
k ,_, _._ _.___-000 4, l 44.OFFICIAL.
: ( SKAf.) A. J. Thoma. WONDERGift
An Clerk of Maid ('ourt.T. .
Frank r.undrutii. Stnrke. FIR. CENTER i
Atty. for Pit _J 4-7 4t 4-3:

l\ c'inn IT roiHT. 11I1.U""Olin Shop
Ill 1 ('01"\"" '. IV' fllAN-
f'fr:H Y.
Arthur Earl Meyer Plaintiff "".
Italic Meyer Defendant. Can' No :MRS. HESSIK.; ; DAVIS
I ! BAR i
STATE OF FL >IIII>A to: ,Roes r
Jlhyer. who.* renldeiir. .. !la unknown -_._, _..,
.-- ---
r You are required to appear on ,pn.sa_._,_,_,_,_,_, _,_ _'eti
Mar 8. 1041.. 'In the above named .!
Court and ..cnune wherein plaintiffaeeke
divorce. Tiradford County
Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn J
next tour weekly. l Imipues.Vltnes. .
THESE PORTALS PASSE \ .. my hand and official
Seal at tarke' Florida, thl" ,April SOLDIERSEnjoy
5, 1914.
PEAL) A. J. ThomftnA .
EARTH 1 Clerk of .nld ('..lIrt.
BEST SOLDIERS ON Robert H. Duncan, Jar>V III"n vII I ,
I Fla. Atty for 2.-:! : 4.7 4t 4.22IY the newest in

,, T1IMIII4'l IT 'OfHT OF Tub
., KIM '1' II JI'Bn'IaI. 4'IHCI IT. sports amusementsBASEBALLBOWLINE
"Ot'OII") (111'\1'1' I.'W 1VO.PFlAt .
I set,,,
>FOnr> (COI'NTY a polllkalmihd . ,
I vlalon of the State' of FlorIda .


And They Will Tell You Wlnfvd V.; Pefendanf.NOTICR Petitioner Franklin. ,. Klner' -

The Modernized
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.: }: The P. S. .Store t Is The IN TIIR OMAIW:NAMK OF:! Kf-OKIDA PROCEnniN OP1 TIIH8TATK (JS. FUN Spill-the-Milk Baseball Game


"J. Place To Buy Wlnford. AND Franklin TO .n..,npr. wh"*e at.

plane lI"o'' t"Jd"to of residence 1 I" Dad County SPORT 'f.:. I

all person having or
clalnilnv' any right, title Interest,
'state mortgage" or other lien to or

LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE on tho e certain parcel of 'land ACTION 'The MilkbotUe"Located ;

P. S. STORES, ALSTONCOCKRELL 4 SEALED BB48 on Call Street Opposite Western Union j .1

AT THE BUS STATION. ;I III Valuable Merchandise Awards Ladies Always Welcome ,


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: POLITICAL ers/ In the primary election of May\ ; subdivision of the State of Flor be heard at the time and place IN ciRcrrr' FLOHIUtl rotnT, BHAI IN CIIAN-FOIIICOUNTY. ) Hagdlllon IN Box 6S Ht.Jones 4,, Charleston whose residence, South Evelyn STATE Dour OF,. "'I.onlbA,.
designated. .. I
2. 1944. If elected to this. position ida. Carolina.You % U.orll' r
ANNOUNCEMENT of high responsibility I will discharge Petitioner < WITNESS., ny hand and seal of l'I>'IIY.Ma'rle Plaintiff are required to appear on Missouri.Yq 1I1111t;'''II, Ih 1
J; Bratton Morton '
,; the duties of the office to vs.Wlnford. said Court. t6111 the 11th day of Rose Morton Defendant. May 15 1944 In the above named are 10"

roil NCIIOOI. ''CI'P"IU>'1'F."0..1NT the best of my ability I and In a Franklin Klner April, A. D. 1944. vs.. Warren Case No.Lee 305*. Court and cause wherein plaintiff. May 16Ih.. J9H re'III"1, t,' i

I hereby present. mysolf, HI a can- fair and Impartial manner Your Defendant. A. TH03-IASl ORDER OF PUBLICATION seeks d I v orce. Bradford County .d Court and n'l''It, tI". I\">

dIttO for the office of Superintendent vote and active support will be Clerk of the Circuit AND NOTICE T) APPKAlt Telegraph' shall publish this Order tiff .sleek. dlvor, < Who"' !
of Public Instruction .subject greatly appreciated. NOTICK' 0V TAKI.VO( Tr" dford Comity, Florida. ltrm.Jt ,
four Telegraph
Warren weekly Issues.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: In next Shall) ''
to the pleHsure of the votvrft In the Sincerely TO: The following named known (OFFICIAL SKAL.) 4-14 4t S-B Le. Morton whose residence' l IwlI l Witness my hand and official In next four u'. ,"''' i_ ;."!

Primary KlecUon of May Z. 194*. M t. JOHNS. defendants: C 686 Bn, A.A.A. Camp Stew- seal at Slurke, Florida, this April Witness m "." 'IJ
Co. : i
If elected. to thin. office, I will at FOIl AKSRNVfUt" Of TXKH Wlnford Franklin Klner whose 1:% TIIK C-Ol'Vri" :JMK.K'd ('OtllT ;1 I art. Georgia.You 12. 1444.! seal at Starke, n I II.. lit V I'"J
all I tlmeB conduct mynelf In a manner I I hereby announce my candidacyfur Piece nf residence Is Dude County. ''"""
fl t HIIAU..OIU' COt vrv, FI.OHIUA. I are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thomas imh., 1944. ti,
conducive, to the .promotion f this of re-election. to the office of Florida. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCliKN May 15, 1944. In the above named As Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL "SEA1' ,
the educmlona.1 iiviitem o Assessor of Taxes, and eariseetlyoiiclt And all having Notice given that I wherein plaintiff A. Clerk' "J
solicit to persons or Is hereby Court and cause, T. Frank Lnndrum Stark, Florida of said "
county I earnemly your your vote and support." Promising claiming any right title, Interest have filed my Final Accounting as I seeks divorce. Bradford County Atty. for PIf. 4-14 4t 5-5 T. Frank Landru.",, .u"";

i L:. vote and "upport._ MFLv1:; p. FtTTCII re-elected you that I If will I am nominatedanil fourmore estate mortgage or other Hen to or Administratrix of the Estate: of Telegraph; shall publish this OrderIn Atty. for PlfI.V IItari.. r

t." you on those certain parcels of landIn Erie L. Ulggs/ and will on the 8th next four weekly Issues.Witness NOTICE! Or APPLICATION Foil "11
of and
FOIl ( OUNI'V ( .O"'I.O.RI years n Bradford County Florida. which day of May 19H make appllcatloi my hand and official TAX ia9EDCesete : : -- -

hereby Commlmilon announce my from candidacy District .. Impartial. service.Thunklng you. for past favors. lire Included In and required fordrainage to the County Judge. of Bradford I seal at Starke Florida this April ( Hill No. II3 ("0"CIRCI'""'".ITCane ('ni hr. IRt
for County lion. K. K. Perryman for FI"I""t
No. S subject to the will of and trusting a continuance of the of that part of IoIt..l.Hood County, 12. 1944. NOTICE IS HKKKBV GIVEN <:RY.Haae. 1Cr \
I Democratic, voters In he primary same. I sinYoura :241. designated as. "Project Final Discharge; as said Kxetutrlx I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas That Mamie Lou Edwards holderof .

; the .election May I. If elected most .lnc" 6S21" as located surveyed. and platted ETHEL M. BUJOH, As' As Clerk of said Court.T. .-10th", of Tax Certificate No. v... Glenn Elizabeth I Burnlah\\ p
\ to help administer the W. HAYES. by the State Road Departmentof Administratrix of the Estate of Frank Landrum, Starke. FloridaAtt3' 119 Issued the 6th day of AugustA. dant. Ali.rt JlUfrba '

I I' affairs I promise. of the entire county In an ronOK IIIt'pv.ltv."on the State of Florida and shown ErIe L. Biggs. Deceased. 4-14 4t 5-5 for Plf. 4-14 4t 6-5 A. I). ISIS, has filed same 'In my ORDER No.OF 308:1::, ,

honewt fair and square manner to II"'I'IIATIO" by right of way map thereof on : and has mad. applicationfor AND PI'IIL'I'Af'' ,'
4 votaand file In the office of the Clerk of I IV: C.R'liIT; ( 'O.'R' BIIAHVOHI tax deed to b. Issued NOTICE: To .
Your a thereon.
the best of my ability. I hereby announce my candidacy I IW CIHCl'IT C'Ol'HT. BUAIFOl11)t'OtlTY. STATE 0\0' APp.
"V C'OI a'i'y PLUHIDAl IN t'JI.t-
., active support will be greatlyappreciated. for the office of Supervisor. of the Circuit Court In and for Bradford 4.KHY.Itonittlo: FLORIDAI IN (,....'N- Said certificate embraces the Albert Buffham\o'I.Olln,

Registration for a full term, having County. Florida a true copy Plain. CKHY. following described property in the I...: n. F. V. who.,,
-K! I.. Crawforll I Just recently been appointedby of said map or plats being attached tiff.vs..Klmbrough Kolllu Koberson Roberson Defenddauit. Robert Vol., Plaintiff v.. Anna County of Bradford State of Flor. York. N" Z AI.drw

4 FOR $lDiIFP the Governor to fill the unexplred to the Petition filed In the Cain. 3072. Mae Vol. Defendant. Case No. ida. to-wit: You are
To The voters and cltUens or term of lion. James F. Holilngsworth '- 'above entitled cause on the 11th No. 311t10 All Block 7 Pig lots fL S. 8 and May 15th. 1944 r.'lulr.d to
,). ; Bradford County: resigned.' day of April, A. D. 1944. by the ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ORDER OF PUBLICATION NJi of Lot 8. Town. of Lawtey W ed Court and, In. th. lboo.
l I hereby announce my candidacy Th. vote and active support of Bradford County, a political' subdivision STATE OF FLORIDA to: KolllnRoberson AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of Ry., Sec. 13, Twp. 5 S, Kg. 22 tiff seeks divorce cu.. i",100.....
I' for re-election to the office of all voters. In the Democratic Primaries of the State of Florida, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna JI:. minor child. ahd'tlt
t 398U3U3 Co. 304th hit
i p Sheriff of Bradford County. I In In May are earnestly soli against you and each of you,-seeking 7t APO Camp :McCoy F.....1.. Ma. Volt, whose residence Is Mill Th. assessment' of the said property Telegraph shall RrlloJror4 C
., which I am now servlns; my .cond cited.If to condemn for public road You are reuulred to on St.. Lexington Ohio. under the said certificate Issued In next four ,I".hll'b l
term. Since my election as. your elected I will faithfully perform and highway drainage purposes the the 2.nd appear You are required to appear on was In the name of Mra. M. Witness we"kl 10""" ,
day of May 1944. In the
t4h..rift I have at all times. conducted each. and every duty connected said parcels of land situate, lying above named Court and May 15, 1944 In the above named K. Edwards. seal at hand 1114
the duties of this most Important with the office In an efficient In causewherein Unless. said certificate Florida
and being' Bradford County plaintiff seeks divorce and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff shall be 13th.. 1944.OFFICIAl. II,
office In a fair, bon..t. manner. Florida .and more particularly described maiden name restored. Bradfoid seeks divorce. Bradford County redeemed according to law. the ( SEAL
.. .
". Si honorable: I and.. .Imtlilam"'dnO: '"' Respectful J. It KELLY. .. follows: County Telegraph .ball publish this Telegraph shall publish this Order old property described therein" will be A. Clerk of .aid CouV".
aeeklnic In next four weekly Issues.Witness to the highest bidder at the It.
Sheriff Parcel > 1 Order In next four weekly. Issues. H. Duncan. .
n on my record a. your ron COUNTYls COCIMICIO1EI1! hand and official courthouse door on the first Mon. J."k.ollvilit
portion of Witness my Atty. for
my hand and official Plf.
"r (ii. p...t elBht. all years times durIng.rv..d ) .rlrt. 0.. SK4. of NE'1o of Section 11, seal at Stark.,' Florida this 20th seat at Starke, Florida ,this April day In the month of June, 1944, I j
rhlrh I have at I hereby announce my candidacy 12 1 444, which I. the 5th., da* of June 1944. ISf: THK ( -
I feel free tc) Township 6 South Range; 1:1Ea.t. : day of April A. D. 11144. "Ot''TY "
.f' I a, manner that for reelection to the office of OFFICIAL SEAL) A., J. Thomas this 11th., day of April nil"
ollclt vote and support In less 12 acres describedas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs 19.1f.ated RRAItFOItI. 101
f .
your District One \Tr.
County Commissioner
I. Beginning at Northeast Clerk of Court. As Clerk of said Court.T. TO WHOM "
of May corner sajd IT
he 244. primary t have" election served as Sheriff- Bradford County Florida. I greatly. of said SIC'of'! NRYi and T. Frank Landrum, Starke' Florida Frank Landrum Starke, FloridaAtty. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I' Notice' 'I. hcrel.v MAT ('OSt
)% appreciate the confidence the voters 4-14. 4t 6-5 Clerk' of Circuit Court of Bradford lip.
of lh* mo"' trying; times. I In run West 282 feet; thence Atty. for Pit. 4-21 4t 5-U for Plf. have filed my Final
ne have shown In me In the pa..tIInd County Florida. Aiy ,
4 4-U.t 6-5 ,
Bradford County and Southeasterly' to 225 Executrix of
the history of assure them that If reelectedI a point the Will, .
1 Invite you at any time to Invest! will continue to conduct the affairs feet West of Southeast cornerof IN COl-MT OK ("Ot. TY JTHOH IN cinrrrr COURT. BRADFORD IN cmcriT of Martha E. R'hrl\'o. ".
sate my record. I have worked of this office In an honest said HK'/t of N" '.4; thence RItA DFOUD (,COC.VrV STATH OVK1.OKIUA rOCNTY. FL.OHIUAI IN CHAN.CKRY. COUNTY. nn/\npont th8l8th.d"Y'of'l'oIa"1 94r
ffl at all limes. to make Bradfnrd efficient and Impartial mnnner. Hast. to section line; thence (*..: V.Raymond. IX: (,'HA"n. Plication to the ('nutty "

C'Bunty a respectable cevo'r..I Assuring. you of my thank. for North to point of beginning' In Re: Estate, of Harold Richard Albright Plaintiff.vs. K. Doan..i. Bradford County, Hn J& I
I ertYnestry solicit. your ( andaupport your vote and support on May 2nd lying within GO feet of the survey Alene Thomas and Jane Eleanor Albright Defen Ruth Evelyn Posit Plaintiff D. vs. "man for Final DIII'llal1.(
fen ,
on May 2.A. Respectfully, line of ditch extension left to Station Kva Thomas, Minors. dant. Case No. 3063. Case No. 31065ORDER dant. I Executrix,

CAVNTV COMMICIOEIt' : Road 261. said ditch centerline be. LEAVE TO SELL LAND NOTICE TO APPEAR Executrix Dr the
.4 UIHTHICT TWO ron_ .. CXRHK_ rinrvir: . _('OL'R'I'I __ I.... .I..uh.i .. 5Ll.i.' ftft .h. :ntlf.A I. herein, .tv..n In all ai'Ai'in (tic I'LOItITA. #n! Jane AND NOTICE TO APPEAR E. BI..... ..,.....Esiatpj. .
-' ' '' "- "' -- -v
At the request of many. of my the am office a canuoute of reeectuinto of Circuit Bad boundary of said "'SE'/i of whom It "i ayn'concern that Dun EI. iAlbrl..iwh residence loll

,, friends I hereby announce my can- Court, .subject to the will of the NKV4 at a point 311 feet South of Thomas a. Guardian of the estates Is: 236 Lemon St., Lunca t e r NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQlB
I dldacy for County Commissionerfrom people In the next Democratic Primaries. the Northeast corner thereof and of Alene Thomas and Kva Thomas, Pennsylvania.*

.) District Number Two (North run South 86 degrees 17 minutes Minor., will on the 16th day of You are required to appear on TANGIBLE PERSONAL
'i Htarke and If Nominated and I am Indebted to the people of West 310,5 feet; thence South ldegiees May A. D. 1944, .apply to the Honorable May 15 1944. In the above named PROPER
. Elected. I will continue to serve this Countv for their friendship Bl minutes West 1036 R. K. ferryman. County Court and cause wherein plaintiff
to the best of mv ability as I haveIn support and encouragement and If feet; thence South 62 degrees lit Judge In and for Bradford County, se.ks. divorce. Bradford County TAXES

; the past. I wish to thank my re-elected. I will render faithful' minutes West 140.2 feet to the end Florida at his. office In the Courthouse Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn

). friends for their post support ajud service In the office and take every of ditch (In Alligator; Cr".I('); said In Htarke! In said County at next four weekly 'Issues. Aa provided by Chapter 20723 Acts of
( hope that you will again favor me occasion. for expressing my appreciation strip of land containing 2.7 10:00 A. M., or as soon thereafteras Witness my hand and official J941. Notice I Is her!\,
Primaries. acres that
, 4 with your votes In the May of your confidence.A. more or I...... the matter can be heard for seal at Stark., Florida this April tangible personal property taxes assessed for 1943 arej 111II

ji : t I J. THOMAS TAKE NOTICK. that a Declaration authority to sell at private sale 12. 1944. quent and beginning with April lit such taxea are drawta/
thanking am
Again Your. reapectfully you. ron MHunKit: OF se'iiooi of Taking has been filed by the following described property (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs of 1 percent per month plus the proportionate
4 j, fi. L. ONNFR. flotilla the Petitioners In the above styled Lots On. (1). Two (2) and Clerk of said Court.T. notice.. Unless the cost of .iiUd!
I hereby announce my candidacy cause, the acquiring authority 'In Three (3) of Block One (1) Frank Landrum Starke Florida opposite ,each name below\
-, '; rOil ('OUNTY' : ('O"'ONF.n l< for "School' Board member of I>lsrlct these proceedings, of the taking of and all of Block Two (2) of Atty. for Pit. ..1(. 4t 5-5 before the first 'day of May warrants will Issue thereon dln
i t n.n.-TT candidacy 2, comprising I the South the above described lands for the Llvingaton.Truby and Company's ., upon and seizure of the'tang-Ible personal
wish to announce my property of bw
1 as member of the Hoard of "Starke' and Theressa voting precincts purposes set forth In the PetitionIn Subdivision. to the Townof IN CinCI'IT COI'HT. BIlADKOlinCOI'NTY. for unpaid taxefl penalties and additional costs.
Lt' ,., Commissioners District 3. subject to the will of the this. cause, and that the Honorable Starke.-'iriorlda; FLOKIDAl IN ('''AN. The nun!!
County which application. will be based personal property taxpayers and
: Starke subject to the will Democratic Voters In the Primaries A. Z. Adklns Judge of the 'EflY.Raymond. the amount of
1 of South the Democratic, voters In the In May.I Circuit Court In and for Bradford upon the petition for sale' now onfile E. Ingram. Plaintiff vs. eluding the cost of advertising: and the first month's pt'nallT
have earnestly solicit your vote aridustippurt will In said Court.O"t..d Marlon Ingram Defendant. Case follows: .
primary election. May 2. I County on the 21st day of
1 and If elected I will discharge this 19th day of April
Bradford CountyI A. 1944 No.
been a resident of officeto D. at 10 o'clock In A. D. 1944. .
duties of the
since 1900 and this Is the first the forenoon thereof In Circuit DAN ORDER OF PUBLICATION School Itlstrlrt No. :3 Ktarke-Blandlng' .
abllltv. Tailor
time I have ever asked for a pub- the best of my -C. SULLIVAN. Court Chambers In Bradford County 4-21 4t 6-12 THOMAS Guardian. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Foster, Wm J. ________,___ )2.\16\ Victory MIlitary
1. ' llo office. If elected I promise to Courthouse, at Htarke, Florida consider STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marion Holley. F. W. -___________ 4 58 WIlliams. C'ar..n' Siipjill1,

k tr.nlla..t'lh.. affairs of my districtand roll t'PEHI"TKNURNTor said Declaration of Taking IN CIRCriT COURT. 8ftAD..01I1J fngram, whose residence Is 11.WIII.t. Pack ham, W. W. ___________ 2.51 10.0.1 !) _,_

I the county at large In a fair Ptni.iu INNTHI'CTIONI appoint appraisers and make such COUNTY. PLOHIUAl IN CHAN Ave., New London. Conn. Thomas Kenney ____________ 10.94 Bryan A. .1. "lrtrt '
and Impartial manner to the best am a candidate for County order a. the Court deems prop..rpur..uant
I j of my ability. I will greatly appreciate Superintendent of Public Instruc- to law. Reginald B. Morgan Plaintiff May IS 1944 In the above named Automatic Novelty Co. ______ 9.62 Darley' T. T. :
the will of th.people .
to vs.
L your vote and isupport."L lion. subject Democratlo Prlnarles. All parties to the suit and all Katherine. Louise. Morgan Defen Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. Automatic Music Co. ________ 11.51 Reddish W. M"
the next ,
at _
-W .!. (IOODOEIl . My experience and Interest parties Interested. may appear and dant. Case No. 8019. seeks d I v orce. Bradford County Anderson A. W. ___________ .94 Sumner A. A. .._ _

Il FOR. COUNTY (10"IIIIIIIUONF.K, In school affairs Is submitted for ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph; shall publish this OrderIn A. &: A. Luncheonette ...___ 4 89 Wainwright F. BMihoot . .

District ThreeI consideration. If elected I NOTICE TO APPEAR next four weekly Issues. Brown Fat. ---_____________ 2,119! nintrlrl>_
wish to announce my candidacy you will give whole time effort. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kath. Witness my hand. and official BLending; Tailors ,__________ 4.89 Adams H. 1-'. _n

1" for a memberof and thought my to better schools and E-L-E.-.C-T; erlne 'Louis.':'Morgan.' whose residence seal at Stark. Florida, this April Burrell Tom ______________ 9.48 Knabb. P. K. _. _
the Board of County Commissioners an economical administration In Is: 111 Roaelle, Memphis, 12, 1944. Brown H. C. --___-_________. 8.04 Norman IN.. ...
!.k from District Three (South Tenn. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas Columbia Military Distri Reddish .
1 event I will retain real Cry _
,.,. .,. r Stark.'). subject to the will of the any nterest In and give my coopera-my You are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court.T. butors ____________________ 43.4S Sr_..| Dl.trlH?' Sal" .
voters In the May 2 primary. I lon to our school program. May 15 1944: In the above named Frank Landrum /Starke. Florida Rdwards. J. W. Mgr. ______ 23.88 Crews Fonnle .
I will appreciate' your vote and sup- Court and Atty. for Plf. 4-14. 4t 53IN Edenfl.ld Jewelry _________ 7S.28 Dowllng.
I 4 Dart and' If re-elected will continue .___ _._!!:_E. .SPARKS._ ._cause__ wherein. .plaintiff Orl''''__.. _ai.".... Ii' __ ......e.....__.._._.u. _Joe. L.Half" _
& of the office rust 't uvri" _,J.,.... n u ii H. 0 uivorce. .eiraaiora Bounty -- I.V7. TV. n. __ _
Jj& to discharge. the duties id Pool'Ro'o rrT
I I:e __IHZ
__ IS 94
to the best of ability as I To the cltl-ens and voter. of $ Telegraph shall publish this': Order riRcrrr COURT BRADFORD Priest A'Sheppard __.,
HI Tone Muslo Co. ___ __.__ 2.87
Hradfnrd County: In next four weekly Issues. COUNTY FLORIDAl IN CHAN. SrkMl ItlxrM>> S.
have don. in tb past.ronr Jordan. W. _____________ .6.60 ,
-" L. WYNN. I hereby announce my candidacyor vt Witness. my hand and official. I CKRY. Morgan ottlsiSiSS ___ .
the office of County Judge : seal at ,Stark*, Florida .this April Edward Clinton Jones, Plaintiff. ,v.. K.1"r'. Plac.': < : '!' Duirict' 9..
-Ollllllllll..ONIIR: :=::::=
COUNTYDistrict Littie% lola'. :. =:: "
object to the action of the voters 12 1944. % Agnes Magdlllon Jones Defendant.Case Lewis Jeff ., _, _
1 t ThrewI In the May primary.I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs No. 3050.ORDER Mllllgan-i drill" .1__________.-. 11.-0 Thomas. E. I?. ,?
wish to announce my: candidacy am a Bradford County man Clerk of said Court. OF PUBLICATION Noegel ''Cafe -_________ 12.TT Tyson, Oad ___ _
'sic a member. of the Board ofvIv' and have .erved In Noegel. W. H. Jr., ,________ 2.OS
you many ways T. Frank Landrum.Starke,, FloridaA ANDNOTICE! TO APPEAR TysonAlbert. ____.._
Oounly Com m Issloners' District both In business and as. a public I ty. for Plf.. ,. 414. 41 5-5 ". STATE OF FLORIDA Orange Bus Lln ... Inc., I....... J2: : ? 8.1 District- !IK.
-.J; 4 Three South *Btnrke subject to ervant. I' have the experience toAgaes Peek J. L. _________-______ 15.94 Adkfnson. C. I. ._

r: : the will of the Democratic voter.. and ability to aerve you In this .___.__-- S Patel. Van ________________ ,3.31 Itrookar .rn..ntln. 1'.
: In the Primary' K.lectlon. May.. 2.r.4c important office and promise. you Petrousa, O. ,_______________ 1S.94 Crosby.: I_"k: ''':''- H. :
; If -elected to' this office I of a fair. efficient and courteous ad. Prescott Joe .__,__'-_-___ -__ 8.48 Cone, .Mrs.\ Mllle
rtt mv duty to the best ministration. I have no ax to Rosenblum Ilobt. _________ -.1.82: (Crosby A. L. .
IcILN1 my knowledge. Your vote and. grind or stones. to throw and can Prompt Service Careful DrivesStarke Save Oil Co. ____________._ 2S,82 Dees C. C. .

Ft4 ; support will be highly appreclte and will serve you In the way you 1 Stank. Dry Cleaners ______ 79.08 Htokes' H. B. __. ._ ..

I i1al *te<1' -R. I* LEE. have a right to- expect.W.. M EDWARDS.. Sabine C. T. __________.__ 7.25 '* Wa Turpentine ('a :1

iLs ron COUNTY' roMtuxmoxr.n' FOil Hciioot. noAIII
IM.trlct.. N.. 4 I lieieby announce my candidacy Taxi Service ,
I hereby announce that I will for School' Hoard member for Dlxrlct 'Tax' Collector, Bradford CotELECT
t>. a candidate for re-election sal Two (South Starke) and It

! County Commissioner from District elected I will serve the County a. .. ,
1 Four c.rm\'I; \ ;font.h"Th voting': .precincts a whole to the best of my ability. 1 ".I
.'' and I will greatly appreciate your vote Phone 150
r Orahnm.' If, re-elected. I will continue anti support on !May 2.Respectfully. FOR YOURSUPERINTE.NDE1
c to transact the duties of this ,

.. office In it fair and Impartial man. J. E BROWN
nvr, a.. I have. tried to do In the ; FOR SCIIOOt. SUPERINTRNDKNT

r ,, past. Your vote and support will : I hereby announce my candidacy Day Night J. A. FILLYAW

&4'Pil' be greatly. appreclatedy.'p. for the office of Superintendent of 'OF PUBLIC
; C. CJtARTAI itlillo Instruction subject to the

t .COUNTY. ('OM' '>IISSU \..::11 will of the Democratic, voters In 5- _____p__ -,--_, .- ... p aha. INSTRUCTIONVOTE
District No. B GEORGE B. .
; he Miy: Primaries.. I feel that mv ,
.$'% i I heirby announce my candidacy. many years of experience In schoolwork <---.-,-_..__p.-a,_c__-,_. ... _._ .. --- .. _L_" p -
.i for County Commissioner of District I qualify me to administer the FLYNNYour FOR
No.6, comprlsUitr the Pronker dutl" 'of this office In a fair and
and New River Precincts. subject efficient manner. I shall greatly. ; EVERY
S to the will of the Democratlo Vot. appreciate" your vote and active BRANCH OF

ers In the Primaries In May uppoit. I

The vote and active support of ARTHUR% n. McRAn.VOH .
4 the voters. In the district are earnestly COlTY ('OMMH' IIOMHIMstrlrt : SUPERINTENDENTOF :
solicited and I promise If One
elected to discharge the duties of I wish to announce that I Am aandldnte PUBLIC initrctnceH.

4 the office >ln s. fair and Impartial .. for County (Commissionerrnm INSTRUCTION

manner.. IHxtrlct One I am .a IIf... --J--; .
t -M", O.\ nAnn1 LL. long resident of Bradford County '
: ron (ON IIITA n..I'I. IIIOT. 1 and feel lint I am well qualified

% I h"rebvannounc.. my candidacy tn serve on thl. Important Board CapableEfficient
t for the officeof Constable. of DIs. twill greatly appreciate your vote

trlct N 1 (comprising the voting ..n !May 2 and your active support
Precincts of Lnwtey North Htarke Trustworthy C.
during the campaign. WALL
. .and South Stnrke.; subject to the -.O. F. CAUTnn. .
will of the Democratic Voters In
I he Primaries' In May. ron Mi'pKntvTiiMnfwT; or :
The l'l lll.ll! IMVTIII. ITIOV
vote and active support of \ I *
T hArp'v.| nnhin.'nns.pnnlI.ilacy ,_
an k a a an
all In sold District '
are I
.. o"m."ra\\1"It"d .and I promise. fur $Superintendent; Public! vJwy

e If elected' to discharge the duties "iistriictlnn of Bradford County.
.of the office In a fearless and Impartial haying( had many years experience ELECTW.
manner. In business mnnaireinenf, I feel Constant Service Over 50 Years
-T. t* HILCOX. tint I can. fulfill the duties of thlw.
ron COVMTtIil.I.1 ni..T. 1 office In a manner that will he
I hereby announce myself ns a ...itlHfnctnry In every way. It M. (MITCH)
-, 9. canstldatefor Constable. District 1 elected' I shall cooperate with the Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

(Stnrke. Lawtey and Hellhronn) riistees and the school' hoard In

subject to the will of the Democratic nil things that will provide-a bet- ._:fl p- p__- ---- r paap__--- _
. voters 'In the primary. eleclort her eduiatlrtn and facilities for our EDWARDSYour aaa
i May 2, 1944. I am experiencedIn hlldren and will work at all times. .

police. work having been employee fur tho general welfare of our

*. In. this l capacity 'both In Ciui nt y. S ;,
\I& Stark and at Camp: Blandlng. and I earnestly solicit the support ADS
.If elected f will discharge. the duties of all citizens who want our chllren For
l of this office In a fair and to have the benefit of the
! 'raL Impartial manner. Your vote and best education that. the resources WANTED
WANTED Colored
t support will be greatly appreciated. ..lour school board will permit County Judge family. Short hours cook. S In ConstableDistrict

_' c'j ron. COUNTY" TAT-J, A.rOLI.KCTOlt FILLYAW. Respect( W iY'n! FLYNN Listings! on apartments, houses! or Road Apply Bradford Inn 14 tli mile week.on Arthur R. M
homes for rent located north.
within 20
a I. hereby announce tnv candidacy foil corvrY rO".IO"F.R. I ltp One

to succeed myself a. Tax Collector Illstrlrt !No.' 1 ..... miles of Starke WANTED TO BUT-One story J- Twenty fear* Es
4 of Bradford County subject to I herebv announce my candidacy. bedroom
.5 119 East Call( Street In "Htarke.' All iO1
i t the Democratic primary to be held for the office of County Commlsoner part cash Rt.,S Box or In School
&90. Starke.
t May 2nd. 1944. I have tried to from District No.1. Lnwtey A
)f4 'render you faithful honest and ef- ibject. to the will of the Demoratlc OUN.T W. T. CLUTE, Realtor 4--1 3tp YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT '-
if 41' ficient service as your Tax Collec voters. In the May primaries. FOR SALE 1
Aff tor. I earnestly solicit. vote I feel that ; SUN WHO HAS Royal typewriter 1
your myi many years of exlerlence IF YOU WOULD Solar
OR SELL enlarger 2
i and and film' pac* WILL
support If elected I shall fully qualify me for Vix314 BE APPRECIATED HONEST
2 ..
continue to render ,you the same important office.. If :elected,11 llli SERVED milk cow, stock cows, beef cattle Doll House trlpe> Apply My
YOU 8.
service I have In INSlANY Walnut St.: after
a. the past administer the duties In a capable
bull id 6p.m. QUALIFIED
or hogs
Jr'.1f CARL A. KNIOIIT. and efficient manner get ftp -

i ron rot\TY; JI-DGR Your vote and active aupport WAYS AND touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., FOR .
To' my many friends and supporters will be highly appreciated. Box 247 Starke Box SALE CHEAP-20 ft. Cook (Paid Political Adv.) REU
204 Lake
,:( t of Bradford County, I wish -0. J. (QRIFF) PHILLIPS. ; hpus. trailer sleeps 4, good con

l. ', U 4 to express my thank. for your pact FOR corr,ni.H IH"T. ONE I KNOWS TilE PROIILEMS City; Telephone 481 Lake City. dillon for Collins modern, Clute's conveniences Ask .I
and Trailer
.1 support announce my candidacy I hereby announce my candidacyor Auction market Camp.

; for re-election as. County Constable, District 1, subject to OP OUR PEO- .. every Tuesday, _ _ Ito
w'4 Judge for another term. It Is myIs the will of the Democratic voters. _..Ke vaty, 2sv: ; every TRUI'S"day. I

',f ., hope and desire. to continue to In the Primary Election May 2, I PLE Palatka, 2 P M. 1-6-44. STRAYED-One duncolorecoW'/ ,
the good of marked
Iv t County
serve people the
was born .and raised In Bradford. crop. half fleur-de-lis
i 3 In the same efficient courteous I cacti ELECT
County and ear; one yearling' steer
have had 30 ,
years ex. .
and economical manner as I have erlence MATTRESSES RENOVATED whit face, marked swallow fork
jd / In the past and ask for your continued Iff as constable, deputy sher- fl-s-pm-p furniture cross nick on. ear other JOHNS
and guard at Camp I'lanctliiir.. s r S apS rna4 upholstered. Drop usa ear M. L.
r't& support and vote In the Am honest and swallow fork half fleur-de-lis. ,
; 'ec comlnsr primary election In May sober. My record Is card. hastlnfs Mattress ,Co.. Mark In one ear eaten
an open book. Your out by
vnte and
i'irP Qualifications, character and experience :. sup- Palatka Fla. screw worms Reward *'. '
port will 2-18
7; of candidates should determine be app..eclated.-.r.cob CAPABLEAND lOtp 4-21 Dopsle Orlffls Notify ; r SHERIFFOF
for whom cast J, Johns. Lawtey.; 4-21 hIp
you ;your
vote In any election. Foil COUNTY ('O"11I..IO"R. ; CHICKS-New Hampshire Reds and BRADFORD COUNT

:a since I have been ;your County District ?4.. :a FAIR I Leghorns, every Friday Last PUERTO RICAN sweet potato
.Is Judge I have tried to conduct the I hereby announce my candidacy I hatch. April 28 U. S. approved plants, ):l.50 per thousand d.- -
office for the best. Interest of the for County Commissioner District and tested for pollorum. WASDIN llyered.-R. U Prescott, Highland.SPKSrCBR I, ..a--_ a rIlE

- t people and County and If you re. In. 2. subject to the will of the HATCHEKY 5 ml. north of Fla. ..1(. 2tp A CAr
,! l-, elect' me It Is my Intention to continue lemovratlc v-'ers In the May prlnurles. liE WILL GIVE YOU Waldo. .-1(. stp WILL MAKE YOU
tv. : to conduct It unselfishly. and If elected I promise to
for the best Interest. of all. ransact the duties of the office AN EFFICIENT AND PERMANENT WAVE. 69ol Do your SUPPORTS 'Individually t I MFAJ
hi' R..p..ttllllv. t.. the bent of my ability. Your COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION own Permanent with Charm-Kurl nU"il-Mri>> Bertha Pearce, 301 I ; ABLE, FEARLESS
1. E. K. PKRRYMAV.: Vote and support will be apprcU- Kit. Complete equipment' Includ. W. Madison St. .-1 4tp ,
County Judge. ntp" -' no. Anderson.V ing 40 curlers. and shampoo. ,.' TIAL & HONEST SHE;

: ron SIiFltlpll't do, absolutely harmless. WANTED '
Ea" : House
p1l I take this means of announcing lifE C-IHCtlT one or two
t COIHT IV AND by thousand Including acres
or small
.- my candidacy for the office of roii n H A it r Fay of 10 or 15, ,
, 0 u n (OL'NTY, (Paid PoIltlt'a1dv..) McKenzie: glamorous: movIe close to Brooker. Hampton Stark.
Sheriff of Bradford County subject ri.oitin AT LAW NO. ao-ix., star Money refunded It not sat or W Ido. AfVtttar
V. I. Basar Your
Vote & Support
to the will of the Democratic vot SMIADFORD COUNTY
a 8SIO N.
political1, C isfiedKOCH DRUG STORE E. 4 Court Miami, Fin.'tf

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