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 28, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04860
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Camp Blandin Sweetest StrawberriesThis ;)

Side of Heaven ;

Official County Publication Established In 1877STAKKJC.

:. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1944iwbenies .

50 Graduates Field Worker At Shortest Term USO-NCCS Lists -- \ i j'1

ROOSEVELTFor Christian ChurchMiss May DancesE. Heavy VoteExpected .i .

;ed Under To Get Diplomas Mildred, Ind.,Robertson National of FieldWorker Indlanapolls Of Circuit Court C. Marotta, director of USO- In 'JH ;

for the Committee on NCCS announces the schedule of f a
PRESIDENT monthly dances for the month of 'I I
Services of the Christian I
Ceiling At BBS TonightMore Church la spending three week, Ever Held HereThe May.May ,

-These arc theDelegates In Starke.she met On Wednesday with the ladle afternoon I I been: Invited.-the 226tli Battalion has Tuesday Primary l,{

Strawberrlea Tills
Sweetest than
i Bradford CuuntyI of the .Starke Christian Church /At shortest session of Circuit t t May 9th and 25th-63rd Reijl-, i
!>t Heaven" came under the to vote for I High Schoul graduates will r- which time a Missionary Society Court In the history of Bradfor II ment. Although pre-occupation with i.
[ the O.P.A. this week celv" diplomas tonight (Friday) County other problems has definitely
of State At Large la the annual commencement exercises was organized. was" held In the CountCourthouae y May 16-a special parly will bet dampened political Interest thin

Washington Officials an. MEN to begin at 8:30: o'clock Regular church services wll Spring term Monday when th t tendered to the 205th Bn. year, a heavy vote will likely be
pd that a ceiling price would In the school auditorium. be held on Sunday: Bible School convened at 10 o' The Gainesville girls will bo polled In Bradford County ;
clock where
ced on fresh berries, ef- Walter P. Fuller Brief addresses on lgnltlcanltopics 10 a. m.? Morning Worship amLord's John A.In H.the Murphree morning of with Gainesville Hon.; Invited for the May 4 dance, and three major county offices) are ,I. i.
Ernest Overstreet Supper at 11 a. m. Chris at that time three
; separate warmly contested and '
at 12:01: a. m. yesterday will be delivered by ai lx one of the a "favoriteson"
Judges of
Bill tlan Endeavor 7 the t wards will be ft-1 ;
Shovne p. Evening
members m.j; presented. One I -Lex Green Is
of -
of bad the class 8th J u d iclal a candidate
bit news may con graduating: : Circuit, presiding. ,, I
Worship 8 to be
WOMEN Mary Drlakell. p. m. Prayer Meetun' awarded to the moat beau for Governor of Florida.
straw that broke the Colson. Attorney T E. Duncan also
"the t r
each Wednesday 8 p. m. MIllS tlful girl one to the most charm-
9 back'r to many growers Mrs Walter Clark Roberta Virginia Sewell.Whttfieia Wayne Sargent. Robertson will lead next meetlrg. of Gainesville, attended. Ing girl and one to the most May 2, at open 7 o'clock Tuesday morning } :
and and clone ,
Howard Na at
{expected the May crop of Mrs. Beulah Hooks Runge. A Vocational Bible School wll cases were brought before t gracious girl. sundown I

Hannah be held at the church each day, the Grand Jury so the Court entered . | The May 25th
balance the .scale will bt! Chief
4 to help Ninth Interest In
grade certificates an order the
Mrs. Hoyden McK. and Monday through Friday, beginning Impannelllng all hunder I I r the auspices of the Southern county i
races Is
nrller losses caused by exe Harriss high school diplomas will be May 1 and ending May 12. jurymen summoned as petit jurora " Bell centered In the content
Telephone Girls and
| rains here this season presented by Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. Classes will be held each morning and the criminal docket was I May 16th dance will be the for sheriff, where incumbent A. _

fact, this has been the "sor- Second county Instruction.superintendent of public 9:30 to 11:30: o'clock. All boy sounded with the following cases I the WACS. At these. sponsoredby two latter O.Johns Andreu In the Is opposed by M. L.
called race for .
season in Bradford Coun- Congressional :Musical numbers and girls 6 to 12 years of age are dances, the event is expectedto Judge where Incumbent "
will be pre4sented Invited. The State E. 1 K. f
trawberry history, both for vs. Jewell J. Wil be held out of doors, and thynew
DistrictJoe by the High School Glee Perryman Is opposed by W. M.
The Rev: H. L. Shepherd I lot William Lewis Terrell and barbecue will ,
and for used
tr consumer, berries Club and Band. Edwards; and In the \,
W. contest for
not only scarce because of Hill Williams Baccalaureate Sermon pastor of the Church. 'the J.third Carl degree.charged with arson t In for the first time. Many sum county superintendent of public- ",

tlonally 'low .acreage and a Emma C. Roader The annual baccalaureate mer outdoor programs are anti. Instruction where four contenders

j crop this year but. are also CLIP THIS LISTMemorise was delivered Sunday night sermon Sampson ServicesAll TIle Slate vs. Ernest Broughton. clpated. --Goo. B. Flynn, M. B. Futch, t )

kferlor quality when' judged It by the Rev Fred Yerkes In tha are Invited to attend set tering.charged with breaking and en The two awards of last month Arthur McRae and S. E. Sparksr,, 4'
iiadford' County standards Election were received local I seek the .
Day school auditorium. The Invocation vices at 11:30: a." m. and at 3 by glrln, Miss I office. ,i i I

file farmers have In pervious (raid rlltk.l A4""t.. was given by the Rev. Charles p. m. In Sampboi}City. ( on May Regarding the first case, acapUa Lillian Sternbeig. won the per In County Commissioner Dirt :

planted as much as 1,500 H. Allen and musical numbers. 7. Rev. J. B. Gammage will was ordered for the arrest manent wave and Miss. Lorraine" No. I, Incumbent P. D. Reddish

-tn ."verries, t were by the Glee 1 Club. The, preach. Bring picnic baskets and of Terrell who had been released Hartman won the silk stockings, has two opponents F. Carter f I,
: from. custody, under a $::100 All Starke girls are Invited to all! and
vAt acreage reac.i BHS Contestants benediction was pronounced by I spend the day. rfrii 8 o'clock cash bond O. J. Phillips. !. i
ated all-time low of from the Rev. G. C. Powell.Intelligent. service may also be.arranged. but failed to appear dances: In Dlst. No. 2 Incumbent commissioner 1
Monday. Williams
|o 200 acres. and Carl had
L L. Conner 1s i
poor quality of the benlesel'haps Take. First PlaceBradford never been In custody Soldiers Killed by Enos Anderson and opposed 1 K.! L. !

been responsible for The Broughton case was placedon : Crawford. i

drop In price to $6 a crate Patriotism the absentee docket Inasmuch' In Dlst. No. 3. Incumbent J, U ;' I

I week, this figure, Incldent- High school's team of as the defendant was not In cus Wynn Is opposed by W. J, Goodge '

[being below the new ceiling six vocational agricultural students tody. By LightningTwo and R. L. Lee. t. f'

However, growers\ had coached by their Instructor, The following cases on the Civil J. E. Brown and C. Sullivan i

for a rid* in the market V. R. Ferguson took first placeIn Docket were set for trial" Friday, are contenders for the place as r
Blind Greed API'II,28, at 9:30 a. m. soldiers were killed and school board
lay berries. They had Parliamentary Procedure la an Versus member from Dlst.
lit as much as $12 in Feb- annual F. F. A. contest held Sat- Don L. Hoover and others vs three Injured about 8 p. m. Mon No. 2.For. .:

and from *9 to $10 Inh. urday afternoon in the school L. R. Powell, Jr., and others, ai day when lightning struck a Justice of Peace. Dist I,

i. auditorium here. The Bradford receivers of the Seaboard Air tree near the spot where the men O. W Durham James Patray and

team, composed of Bobby Dyal n will be remembered that KM strength of our great American Line Railway Company, being a were participating In a field artillery Louts Shafkin are candidates

fkin Candidate Doyle Connor, Elmer Johns Shirley the War Profiteers of World Government-the only Government damage case growing out of a problem in the bivouac J. A. Pillyaw, Jacob J. Johns
that Russia would nave collision bet ween a and J. L. bllcox
Judd Milton Norman and Leslie War One through' the Republican passenger teak the posItion -
Justice Of Peace Bradley, competed with &'I'Oupsrepre.lentlng way cause to fear. In fact anyInternal train and an automobile in which area near Camp Blandlng.! of Constable Dint. 1.
Party destroyed the effeo dissension of suffldentmagnltrsd. the occupants were injured.No The victims were Pvt. MelvinJ.
HlUlard Callahan
iila Shafkia whorls *candUi and Macclenny' schools. '- They Uveneas of 'the League" of Nations .- to\.prig| about a other. cases were brought Clemento of Philadelphia and Rites Sunday I

i for Justice of the Peace has will Lake and contributed tobe change-of adstf&fetratlori .a. beforj,, the..Court.. "' Pvt.I Louis K* James of- Letter, I
go to City for the final .
I In Florida for ,more 'than ,,20 In, .early! 'd'aUpf: ,Wpodrajv>;wlMthat" : tht.'to successfully -'A. Pa., both members of Co. C, For Dalton Carter J ,
competition the District contest
He baa spent many years on May 12. the 'United States Government prosecuting- the war would give M. L. Johns 193rd Bn., which 'along with 'I.
ilaml and was a resident of under the same Party treat consolation to Hitler whose number of other battalions ol Funeral services for Dalton Ca'-

ado for 'years and well Nell Crosby spoke on "Soil leadqrsbjp.\ : seat ''armed forcesJnto.HuaaIa motto Is Divide and Conquer and Issues 'StatementTo the 60lh Regiment, had been on tel', 83, who died at his 'hoot

vn in business circles In Or- Conservation" to : win a third to.ald in an attemptto 'would:give to.the German people bivouac for about 10 days. here Wednesday, April 19, weN

and in other parts of the place in Public Speaking add over-throw the present Russian a. ray of hop that might [ The Citizens And Voters'of: The men held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'

Emery Brown took second prize Government: that the Republican cause them: to fight on and put Bradford County:' were immediately clock In Dyal Cemetery with the,
taken to Station
for Bradford High with hla har4monIca Administration continued off seeing for peace for many Your attention Is called to my Hoxpltal following Rev G. E. Cutshaw and Aubrey
r. Shafkin who comes orlgln- the bolt but Privates Jamesand
playing. hostile to and refused to months. formal announcement as a can dilate i Mercer, pastor of the Church of
from Columbia, S. C.. Is Clemento died at about
a Judges were :Mrs. L. A. Davis: recognize the Government chosen Is It not the appointed time for Democratic nomInationfor 10:40: Christ, officiating.
(iber of the Elks Lodge, Joe E. Wilson and H. N. Fair by the Russian people; and the crucial 'moment when the office of Sheriff of Bradford the same night. Pvt. Frank C. Pallbearers were A. J. Wltkln-

nlc Order, Odd "Fellows, anJ banks. that the American Government Mothers. Fathers, Grandmother County, Florida, May 2, Duriance Is still hospitalized as a son, Freeman Reg Ister, S. E.

Honorary Deputy Sheriff In School officials were pleased under Republican leadership, and Grandfathers, Wives. 944.. result of the accident, the extentof Sparks, E. W. liayes, A. O. An- '
States of Tennessee and Keny. remained hostile to the Russian Daughters and Sisters of our his Injuries not having been 'I'\ 1
with the result of the contests, I was born and have resided In Ilreu and A J, Thomas Arrangements 1
| Mr.: Shafkin Is a Life Government until President t noble sons over-seas, as well at* learned. The remaining two men,
especially since this Is the first this County since birth, married were in charge of Key McCabe :
fiber of The State Agrlculturu time Bradford High students have Roosevelt recognized the lack of the Mothers of those who are and have reared children Pvt. Frank C. Gunnlnon and KurtF. Jacksonville \
Mechanical Society of South In not of and my Duvel, have been returned to
wisdom this hostile attitude :ret military age even
competed for the prize In Parliamentary / here; own my home and have Mr. Carter came to thin county
pllna. He came to Stark that had been fostered and of babies yet unborn,, whose : duty., six r,
Procedure and also the paid state and county Tax Assessments when years old and WILl engaged -
years ago and opened a reestablishment maintained by, the Republican Fathers are now first time Mr. Ferguson has Instructed for farming four years
operation of
and has Party and proceeded to front should rise up In all then our -
J many recognize
it.Rotarians and State Governmental the moment the lightning struck, ago when he moved to Starke t
|9tments in local real estate. Mr. Stalin and his Government might and take a stand .U agencies -
Ie Is well and developed a friend thwart this shrewd organization member of the Missionary the outfit to which the men were and operated a combined filling
known to the civic station
business Hear ship and trade with the Russian of war profiteers who In.their Baptlat Church. The h1 tory of attached had been observing over and grocery store.
j leaders of this comIty Besides his Carter
wIdow ,
people giving them aid technical effort to discredit our Commander 'my' life Is an open book and head artillery fire only a shoit "
and has taken an active Y.M.C.A. OfficialLieut. advisors agricultural: equipment in Chief have resortedto your careful Investigation among lie in survived by two sons Oscar ;
[test In all time before the accident.
civic movements
Carter of and Carl
and machinery. The farsighted an Insidious propaganda of my neighbors and friends, will 1
drives for funds of variousRotations. Commander S. T. Mas- Carter Fort N C .
Bragg ; wisdom of this action false accusations and misstatements surely convince you, that If you
tick, chairman of the Army and was doubly proven when fate of facts regarding a do not know me personally, J can Silver TeaThe daughter, Miss Louise l Carter; f

-..... _..... 'PO _ 4 Navy Department, National Council made Russia our present Ally, multitude of domestic Issues and will perform....the duties of three brothers Kllge Carter Law-
of the Y. .M. C. A., was guest: at which time Mr. Roosevelt which are Insignificant when the office of Sheriff, fairly Imperil Ladles Auxiliary of St. tey, Hance Carter, Maxvlll and 1 9
speaker at the Rotary Club Wed< Mark's Episcopal Church will givea Marion Carter, and four
wisely furnished the Russians compared with the Importanceof a I 11 y and without special Lawtey; A
RE-ELECT nesday. He was in Starke to with food guns, tanks and the one vital Issue of bringing favors. Silver Tea at the Church Ser sisters, Mrs. Carrie Smith Webster .

visit the USO Club operated )by; planes to be manned by the this world war to a victorious On vice Center on May ft between Mrs. Minnie McCutcheon,
May 2, A. D.
J914 will
W. B. (BABE) the Y. M. C. A. and gave an Interesting young men of Russia Instead of i conclusion at the earliest possible cast your secret you ballot tbe hours of 4 and 6 In the aft Acksonvllle, Mrs. Effie John,

talk on the many phases the young men of America. I moment, and thus reduce for nomination of primary ernoon. Proceeds will be up- Stal'ke. and Mrs Ollie Strickland,

OUGLASSAS of this work. Thus., the tide of battle was loss of life and the number of State and County candidates offices. Thu for piled toward painting the church. WebHter.

The speaker was introduced by turned and the ultimate defeatof our sons that would return home The: public Is Invited.

Julius L. Thorn, director of thlocal Germany was assured, at the crippled by Its .Indefinite con. name of persons you nominate at Mrs. Edwards
that time will
appear on the official -
USO-YMCA Club. Alan a same time the lives of hundredsof Unuance. Mothers-Fathers It
Lawtey BaptistThe
RAILROAD ballot, at the General Elec-
guest at this time was Albert thousands of American young Is Imperative that we reelectMr. Students In Recital
lon held November 7 A. I). 1944.
COMMISSIONER been saved and Roosevelt by voting for the ,
Hicks men's program director men have we Rev. O. E. Cutshaw for
the Jacksonville USO-YMCA. have won the friendship and Roosevelt Electors. I think every You will appreciate that we are) mer pastor of the Lawtey Baptist Mrs. Will Edwards presentedher

confidence of Mr. Stalin and his well balanced unprejudiced short on many essential war materials Church, will preach there at older music pupils In recital t tat

Government as well as that of American, not blinded by greed especially gasoline' for the music room In B.H.3. on I
1 I both 11 a. m. and 8 p. m services ;
Marriage Licenses all our other Allies who are now concedes this tol!be true and If private use and it will be Impossible on Sunday April 30 c April 21. r

successfully bringing this war we are to continue Mr.< Roosevelt II to see each of you personally An enjoyable/ program of varied <

Theodore W. Stivers, Camp to a victorious conclusion. If as the Commander In before the close of the primary umbers, was presented by: Margaret -
Blandlng and Ethel Taylor, the American people allow these Chief of our Armed Forces for Election May 2nd. We must give Monteith Helen Whttfleld, ,

Starke, :March 1. tame War- Profiteers and their the purpose of earning on harmonIously all to assist our boys fighting on M.iy Belle Ramey of Miami Ada Edwards. Betty Hayes, Dotty ':

Robert W. Montgomery, Camp Allies whether willful 5th Columnists with our Allies win- foreign lund that we may continue Grand Matron of the Order of Sue Biggs Wanda Pearce, One

Blanding. and Sarah E. Taylor, or misled patriotic citizens ning this war and establishing to enjoy our Constitutionalright The Eastern Star will make her I I Demorest, Barbara Moore, June

Starke March 18. to overthrow Mr. Roosevelt the peace, then It goes without of Liberty, and Freedom In official visit at Waldo Chapter Caldwell and Roberta Whitfield.

Apolonlo H. Rome Camp Blan as our Commander In saying that in fairness to our- the United States of.America. No. 120, Monday night, May 1st'i The pupils assisted Mrs. Ed

ding, and Hazel Wlaenbafcer, Chief and put back in power the selves, to our sons and to Mr. The reports from all sections of at 8 o'clock P. M. All members |swards In serving Coca-Colas and

Starke, March 25. Republican Party, the avowed Roosevelt we should not hamstring our County are exceedingly gratifying Invited. dainty wafers. \\ia

John W. Rose Camp Standing, enemj of Mr. Stalin and his Mr. Roosevelt and fetter for the assurance of my I

.Y.9' and Gladys Parker, Starke, :March Government, Just what will be his hands by electing Isolation- nomination as your Sheriff. My' I
; 28. Mr. Stalin's reaction? Any man late and antl-new-dealers. who
desire to serve In thin office
you Don9t Grow
of human through a warped and distorted
Johnnie C. Guner Starke. and who knows anything in second only to my determination .
Nellie Adams, Pulaski, Va.. March nature knows that whether truly habit of thought hare developed
to serve the Lord and obey
Justified or not Mr. Stalin will such an antipathy for him and
his commands in this life.Your ON TREES!
James Richard Jones, Camp. become alarmed, possibly to such his administration that they
continued and
Louise Router an extent that he may deem It would look with suspicion upon support
Blandlng, and Mary vote will Sane not ...-
hostile to every pieceof on May 2. be greatly planning- proml.It
and become
RaIford, March 31. advisable to make a separate ,
appreciated. our answer to unemployment
Clifford Robin-on. Camp BUn- peace with Germany, leaving us teglslalton necessary to sup.port A. f
Sincerely for service. faars. San. Ernest R.
program and keep yours
tries his war
and Beatrice Wkenbaker! to finish the war while be
ding to take possession of aU strategic his pledges to our Anies. It M. L. JOHNS. Graham, war veteran farmer,
ontlnue 1.
to profit from the Starke, April Starke points In Southern Europe therefore follow that regardless y, businese man, has PROVENIn

Nrvlces of a public servant of Wllmer T. Holtzendorf, and Asia and prevent American of whether we Bite Senator Pepper Rev. W. R. WilkinsonThe his own business he knows
' ,Jewell L. Gaasett.
roven and
ability Inegrlty whether we
experience Military Forces from getting any personally] or e HOWI
and a
rvice to the public and his V. Williamson.: Starke, action and lack of confidence, attitude on domestic problems father of A. J. Wilkinson of ELECT ERNEST R.

flow citizens. His decisionsave and Gladys B. Hersey, Theresaa, would naturally bring about friction we should vote for Claude Pepper Starke died Monday afternoon at

been based upon evidencend April 8.Joseph. and hostility between the and thus defeat the war his home In Penlel, Putnam Coun GRAHAMGOVERNOR
he will M. Nowtckl, Camp Blan- I and their. first str'&-
continue to follow United Statee and Russia which profiteers ty. Funeral services were hell
hat policy. ding, and Estelle El Austin, Law- might lead Russia to deem It I legie move to undermine and Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

ey, April 3.Thurman. wise to back Japan In the dislodge Mr. Roosevelt from tbe I Mr. Wilkinson had held Baptist ,
advertisement paid Hathaway. Orlando, deltroJ'l wbmlasj this war.
In the Pacific In order to leader hip pastorates t h r oughout Putnam
1' r by friend\ of Mr. Douglass) Fla., and Marguerite Gllpln, spite Political Adv.>
Starke, April 15. (Prepared and paid tot bf Patriot I 10 OfcrtatUn woman of florid I County for tbe past 25 years.

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r 2-hole Perforators upon the petition for ale now on Court Chambers In Bradford County In next four weekly Issues.Witness (seek." dlvor 5 J
I Metal Rim Tugs, hand and official Telegraph -,HfoiWltnens ,
file In raid ConnDated Courthouse, at fUrke, Florida consider my shall| "
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, and office supplies of all thin Iffth day of April said Declaration of Taking Seal at Starke, .Florida this April In next lour Jf' t t t
mj"i' "Un1OFFICTAL
and make such 4844. .,
Bradford Telegraph A. D. 1944. appoint appraisers '
kinds at County I :(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Seal at Stark (I I",
DAN THOMAS. order the 'ourt deems proper v
Established 1877 4-2t 4t 5-12 GuardIan. pursuant as to law. An.. Clerk Frank of Landrum said Court.T. Starke:. Fla. Ii(, 19... "L1,

:::' ,. E. L. Matthew _____________ Editor and Owner IV ('11111'r(11 LIT, BH.1 DFO111) IV TIIH COUNTY: JflHiK' ('01'It'r parties All parties Interested to ,the may suit appear, and and all Atty. for, Plf. .-7 4t 4-28 As Clerk of REA'sail' '.nFla.
('(i1 'vri./ 1-'1.Ollllti l.X t'IIt\' :oC : : Robert H. Dun,
KM Y.Reginald, IIIIAHFOHU) ('OI'I'Y.. PI.OHIUA. be heard at the time and place f iv fiiu-riT (;;;;;. JlHAP.'onp A tty for (trtw
SUnS'IUI>TION KATE E. Morgan: Plaintiff vn. TO WIRM IT MAY CONCERN!: designated. f/)l VTV.'/ FLU.llUAl (:..,,%- Pit 4'14I
that I '
Notice Is hereby given
WITNESS:- hand and seal of
Yearly, $1.75: ; Six Month, ''.00 Katherine LniiiHa Morgan, Defendant. have filed my Final Accounting as said Court this my the llth day of t'EIIY.
I'nrte. No. 80614. of the Estate of Irving St. Louis, Plaintiff vs.
ORDKH OF PfHLK-ATION: Admlnlstiatrl April A. D. 19. Forma St. Louis, Defendant. Case
14 will the 8th '
and on
Fublitthed Weekly on Frlilajw and Enter,-" an Second Claim Mailer AND) NOTICE: TO APPEAR!: Erie of L. Biggs I I 10. make application A. J. THOMAS: No. 3040.
day May Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt of
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Katherine -
at the 1'oHt Office at Starke, norlda.. I.oulss Morgan whose r.?.l- to the County Judge of Bradford Bradford County, Florida. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
County Hon. E. K. Perryman (OFFICIAL !SEAL: ) 4-14 4t 6-5 'FOR ACID
1nre In: 111 Jtocvlle Final Discharge as said Executrix STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emma INDIGFd
,\ Tenn. ETHEL M. BICSOS. AsAdminlstratrlx St. Louis, whose residence la un-
:' t\ ('III'CIT'OI'It'r.. lilt %IOIttP i% finri'iT toiitr.TV n/ttDFIHI) You are required, to appear on of the Estate of iv riitrt'ir rot'nr, HIIADFOIIH known.
('0 i"vTv. n.omii 11.111!\- (01 '\/ FLUUIIIAs '\ IIIAN-! May IS, 1944. In the above namedCourt ..u 4t 6-5 (01 VTV. Fl.Ollllttl IV: CHAN-
I ('rat: 1'. I.H.: .V. and cause, wherein plaintiff Erie L. Biggs, Deceased. ('.:n\". You are required to appear on
; ItoHe Marie Brat ton Morton, I'Ialn- LIllian Amen Mc.V/iun, Plaintiff H e.. k.. divorce Bradford County I. William R. Thompson Plaintiff vs. May 8, 1! 44. In the above n..m..dC'ourt
'' tiff VM. Warren !..** Mi..rlun, l>efendtnt. v.. Herbert Wllitox MrManuH, Defendant Telegraph! shall pnlill..h till OrderIn IV THE CIRCI'IT COCKT IV AND Ruth Naomi Carne: 1np..on. Datrndant' and cause, wherein plaintiff
r Case No. 3051.i ('a.... No. ilOSI.OKDKIl next tour weekly Inauen.Wltnci van H it A. U p o it I ('o l'V'FY. Case No. : :
:'' AND NOTICE TO AI-I'KAK AND NOTICM TO APl'1':Alt Deal at Htarke, Florida ,thl. April COUNTY, a politicaluodlvlslon : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
IQ'I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Warren S'l'ATIOF KM>ltIDA to: Her 12. 1944. .. of the .tate of Flor STATE OF' fr'LOKIDA to Ruth .'D
I Jjpe Morton whose resldeneea1. : h..rtVlleox Mf.ManiiH: , whose r....litenca l- (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thomas ida. Naomi Carney Thompson whose
s ('0. C., SOS Hn., A.A.A. Camp: Stew IN: 1S6 Senevo St. !Buffalo A* Clerk of mild Court.T. Petitioner residence U Route No.2, lay City -0'"
( art Qtorglu.' !New: York Frank In ml ruin, Htarke, Florida vs.Wlnford. Texas 50c ,
You are required to appear I on You are required to appear on Atty. for I'lf. 4-14 4t 5-5 Franklin Klner, You are required to appear on :
r h May 16 1944. In the above named May !15. 1944 in the above named ,' : : Defendant. May 8, 1944. in the above named 666
Court and rauM, wherein pliilntiff Court and calico, wherein plaintiff IV C1Hl'IT'ol'n'r.. IIHADFOHO Cuurt and cause, wherein plaintiff USE '
aeek Ulvorre.. Umilfuril County He e k.. divorce. Kradford County r ('01 '%TY. KI.OIIIIIll. IM IHA.X.tKIIV. : NOTICE OF TAKINGTO s e e k.. divorce. Bradford County Carpenter'sINSURE Drug
,,r Telegraph iihull publish tlil I.. Order Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I : The following named known Telegraph! shall publish this Order 666 TABLET SA1YE.NOSE DROPS g
; ',', 1 In next four weekly issues. next four weekly IxKiieu.Wltnexft RomeloKlmbrough Itobernon Plaln : defendants: -
l + WltneMN my hund and official my hand and official'! tiff V*. Hollln llohemon, Defend.Lnt. Wlnford Franklin Klner whose --
'. I. neat at Ktarke, Florida .thls. April seal at Starke Florida this Apr I Cuss No. 3U72. place of residence l Is Dad County

12.OFFICIAL 1044 S14At.) A. J. Thomas :I (12 OFFICIAL 1944 SEAL) A. J. Thomas ORDER" OF I'lTBLirATION: Florida. CONTINUATION
t, ( I AND 'NOTICE TO APPEAHSTATE And to all.persons having or THE OF ECONOMICAl
,' An Clerk of null Court. !, An Clerk of said Court.T claiming any right/ title. Interest
rum, Stance, Florldi Frank I.nnUrum, Btark Florida OF FLORIDA to: ItolllnRoberson estate mortgage or other lien to or
TAlly for I'lf. 4-l 4t 5-1,iAtty. for Plf. 4-14 4t 6-0 H9844.1i3! Co. F 304th Inf. on those' certain parcels landIn
711 APO Camp McCoy" Win. dftw
You are required to appear on are Included County In and required for SCHOOL OPERATIONS by T1
_' the 22nd day of May 19" In the drainage of that part of State [

/ From where I sit ...6y Joe Marsh above wherein. named plaintiff Coui't seeks and divorce causo and, 6521"Hoad aa 261 located. designated/ surveyed a*and"ProJoe platted -

____ maiden name r."t(>r..d. Bradford Ihl. by the /State toad Department, VOTING FOR
County Telegraph shall publish of the State of Florida, and shown'
Order In next four weekly t "ues.WltnflHM
by right/ of way map thereof on
my hand and officialseal tile In the office of the Clerk of
Silas Clay Gets Madat I at Ntarke, Florida, till 20th the Circuit Court In and for Brad (
day of April A. 1>. 1844. ford County, Florida, a true copy
OFFICIAL SEAL, ) A. J. Thomas of said map or plats being attached COLINENGLISH
_ f Women's Hats An Clerk ot said Court. to the Petition filed In the
Lamlrum, Starke, FloridaAlly.
T. Frank : above entitled cause on the 1 IthdllY'
I for I'lf 4-21 4t 5-13: of April A. D. 11144, by the
Hrndford County a political subdivision -
Silas Clay Is complaining that thing can do that. Like the IV' ('4)! sir OK (01"1'\- Jl I}(1K of the State of Florida
Hit "..'01111 C'Ot.VI'l.: STATI'! UF'FLOItlit
hIs wife's new hat cost more flower in your buttonhole," he fIn against to you condemn, and each for of public you seeking road- ya';+

than a bull calf. "And I wouldn't says to Silas, "or that glass of lie: Entute and of and highway drainage purpose the
t ; Thomas
,,, r mind it,If It was a hat," he says beer that you're enjoying." Eva Thomas, :\II APPLICATION Inure.NUTI'tl FOU and sold I parcels being 1 of Bradford land situate County, lying STATE SUPERINTENDENT

'(w, : ;,,, "but all It la, Is a small bow and From where I sit, Doc has LEAVE OF TO SILL LAND Florida and more particularly described OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
M a piece of feather." Notice In hereby !given to all as follows: .
y } given ns a mighty good definition whom It may concern that Dun Parcel. No. 1 t
} "It Isn't the size of the hat of morale. Important Httle Thomas, ax Guardian of the estates., That portion of

that counts," ray Bivon Earp, things A flower In your button- of Alma.. will Thoinan on and the Eva Thomas of, -sl-ii Township\ of NR'/i$ '!South of Section flange 27.22 25 Years Continuous Service As

reproachfully hole . .; a kind word from a Slay A.. 1>. 19", apply toltheal on- Rapt less 12 acres describedas Classroom Teacher
ferryman County Beginning lit Northeast corner Principal
orable E." K. ,
r "Well,what Is It that counts?" stranger . a mellow glass of JudKe' In and for Bradford County, of said' SKVJ' of NEVl and
1 asks Si exasperated. beer with friends. Little things Florida" at his office In the Courthouse run West. 32 feet; thence County Supt., StateSupt.
r. In Starke, In mild County at Southeasterly to a point 225
V, "I'll tell what It is that especially! Important in these 10:00: A. 1\(., or aa noon thereafteran feet West of'Southeast cornerof
you days of strain. the matter run he. heard for said SEV of NEV4: thence
counts," says Doc. "It's the lift authority to well at private Bale' Fast, to section line: thence Through Cooperative Efforts of State and
". ,. that a new hat gives to the following described property: North to point of beginning
any '.t'1' Lots On. ((1), Two (2) and lying within 60 feet of the survey
4t woman. It sort of picks up their c90e elAAa 1L Three (3) of Black One (1) line of ditch extension left to Station -
': and all of Block Two (2) of 160+ 94 of Project 6521. State
spirits . boosts morale. Little
f Livingston, Truby and Com Road 2S1. said ditch centerline he- County School Officials The Taxpayers Have
IF1 pany's Kubdlvlxlon to the Town : Ing described as Beginning/ on the
of Starke, Florida. : f.nnt boundary of said 8(314( of
No. 81 of a Series Copyright, 194-1, Brew IiJ Indiutry Foundation which application will be based NEVi!: at a point 311 feet South of
-- I the Northeast corner thereof and
run South 86 degrees 17 minutes. Been Saved Millions.
West 3105 feet; thence South 81 .
degrees 61 minutes West 1038.8
:a f (This: Advertisement Paid For By A Group of Business Men) I feet minutes: thence West South 1402 feet A2 degrees to the end 5* C STUDY THESE SAVINGS SINCE 1937

1' of ditch (In Alligator CreekI; said MORE THAN $1,000,000 in the handling of free textbooks.
strip of land containing 2.7 acres MORE THAN
more or less. $9,500,000 in reduction of school district bonds.

TAKE !NOTICF.: that a Declaration MORE THAN $2,500,000 in interest on school bond debts.

A LEADING BUSINESS MAN . the Petitioner.of Taking In has the been above filed styled, by MORE THAN $500,000 per year in interest on current school loans.

cause, the acquiring authority In
these proceedings. of the taking of

.. the purposes above set described forth In lands the PetitionIn for the Vote For & Actively Support Colin EnglishPaid

RESPECTED CITIZEN. this cause, and that the Hon
orable A. Z. Adklna, Judge of the
Circuit Court In rand for Bradford
'4 } 1'' County will on ''the 2tlt. day of ( Political Advertisement)
'4 April A. D. 1944 at 10 o'clock In
REPUTABLE CIVIC MINDED the forenoon thereof, In Circuit -

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l APRIL 28, 19U .
u P\flR THRKKH :
r IN CIRCUIT fOl'RT. BRA>FORI> I 12. 1144.
( A. D. 1928, has filed ,
"O"N'I'FLORIDA.. iiuiu In
i IN tHVMCF.HY. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas office. and has mad> .tppllratlnn my EdwardsI'nless IN rllll IT tot II'1'. I tltKOIIIt May 15\\h., 1944 In the above nam.
1 Robert As Clerk of raid Court. for a tax deed to be i--ued thereon. I nM certificate shell Inredeemed : rniNri. Fi.oitiitti IN in"\- I ed Court and canno, wherein plaintiff *-
TROUT "BEaTAT1D Mae VoU. Plaintiff v.. Anna T. Frank I.ftndrum.. Sturke, Florida Said certificate ."mbrm-en' the according; to law the <'IR Y. I I M"ek. divorce sod of
I Beet Vertliier of rommproperty. BUBO. Vol, Defendant. Case No Ally. for Plf. 4-14 4t 5-5 following; dencrthed pr"pi'rty In the ,I old property desiilbed therein will !><. I tla.1 I Elisabeth HuffliHin' Plaintiff minor ,child llradford. custody Con nty
!!..) Bnade over County of Bradford State: of Flor to (the. highest bidder ut the \'. llfiin Albert lltifriiain l> Telegraph nhall pnhllnh thin Order
.. II.-F.-. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN rinCHT Coin?, W''.,PF0HIiiiNrv ida, to-wit: I courthoime door on the first ""nt. Cure No ;l IO.1.ORIliil "C"-I In next four weekly 'Issues
I I. all .. AND NOT1CH TO A 1'!'LAI: { (' Ki.omuti IN l 11. :N. All Block T Ex:! lot day In the month of June, ( : <- I I Witness .
\\ D.rere from over < STATE OF FLORIDA CERraHarClI 4 II. S and which In the Ath., day of June f.l'ItL Il'AT ( my hand and official
V open IIMlBSE. Mac Vol, whose to: Anna NH of Lot 3, Town "f Uiwtey Wof I Hated him. llth., day of MU"-I AND: NOTICE; TO AITKMl i enl at Htarke, Florida, this. April
residence I. Mill < Richard
OUT REALTY AGENCY 'St.: Lexington Ohio. i*. Jane Eleanor Albrlsrht.Albright PlAintiff Defendant Ry., Sea 23, Twp 5 8, UK. 22 1944. STATE OF FI-OHIOA In:: nienn I| llth.:\ 19...
You are required to Case No. 3062. E.The assessment of (OFFICIAL HUM. A, .I. Thomas Albert Hiiffhum.' \\'hof," renldem i I Irkl.t. (OFFICIAL SHXt: ,) A J. Thomas
appear on the snlil prop- In: F I", :No :2 I An Clerk of sold Cniiitn .
Miidrld. : '
IleprewntedHOLLINGSWORTH May 15, ORDER N- n
1944, *
In the OF J'UIlLICATION'.A i"l rk
above nam..dourt erty under the ald erllflcate issued of < lri ult Couit of nrRdfn4"' ; I .
= and cause, wherein plaintiff NOTICE TO AV'l'EAK: was In the name of \In M I county. Florida. , ,, I II Duncan Jarknom.. Florida
4-14 41 A t
seeks divorce STATE 01' Y 11 are required to .
Bradford County KLOFUDA to: Jane Nppeai on I Ally for Pit 4-14 4t & .11I
Walnut St. Telegraph shall publish. this Order Eleanor Albright, whose residence -
S. ..
116 in next four weekly iMHiien, : 2341 Lemon St., Lancaster I
Locally by l'enn"ylvanla.
Wltneaa hand
my and official
neal at Starke Florida ,thl. AprilI I I May You 15,are 1944 required, In the to above appear name oil>l Have CocaColabu're

Court. and divorce.cause.. wherein UraUforil; nl.Intffseeks County' a invited to our houses

Telegraph" shall publish. this. Order
In next four weekly tKnuesVltne .
t DEMOCRATS \ .." my hand. and official "
seal at Starke, Florida .thU. April)
12. 1144 jI I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
As Clerk of said Court
lie New Deal bureaucrats, and the unholy alliance T. Frank l.nndrum, Starke, Florida
;hicapo' Kelly]] New Jersey's Hague and other notori- Atty. for Pif. ..11 4t 6-5 .'

political machines are interested in a Fourth Term iv rinn''IT c'ol.nT. nit MIFOHII
| rOI\ri FIORIB11 IN fllN.t '. p'tsi
" V in order to perpetuate their jobs by reelectinge '.:"Y.Raymond.
Boss"-Roosevelt.dt's K. Ingram, Plaintiff "..
Marlon Jmtram. Prfendant. Cane
: time for the South to throw off the shackles of No. 1051OltDRU.

It's time to nominate and able OP PPRU1CAT10S
itical bondage.: a great AN'P NOTICH TO API'KAU
therner for PresidentiENATOR 8T. In(cram, whose residence ,In' 114
Wlllet Ave., New London, Conn.
You are required. to appear on
HARRY F. BYRD May 15, 1944, In the hove named
Court and cause wherein plaintiff i C
Reeks d I v or.'". Krailford County (
OF VIRGINIA Telegraph .shall publish thin. Older I
In next four weekly linnet.
the for the candidates Witness. niy hnnd and official I ,I
lien to polls vote
you go neal at "Stnrke Florida, this April 4tel...
egate to the Democratic National Convention marked 12, 1044.
E" below.
on the They are pledged to support An Clerk of said Couit.
" INATOR BYRD for President. T. Frank I-flndrum, Starke, Florid
Atty. for I'lf.
4-14 4t B-5

FOR DELEGATE iv .un..T mill: ?. imti>mitiCOl > nl o '
III P Ali 'Na i'I !
NTY. FI.OIIIIIVl IN ('11'>'- I
Clinton Jones. Plaintiff vs. I ( I
Agnes Magrdlllon Jones, Defendant. 1 11
State-at-Lar'ge Case No. 3050.


HORAC" C. VERY X MaKdillon Jones, whose residence
In Box C8 IU 4, Charleston, South
You are required to appear on ,
SAM W. GETZENJOE May IS, 1944 In the above named
Court and cause, whereli"plInllftseeks '
C..JENKINS d I V nrre Bradford Onuntv V

S.MALCOLM L. KILGORE McCLELLAN Telegraph In Witness next four shall my weekly publish hand i.and...his.......officialseal Oidef . or how to make sailors feel at home -

at Starke, Florida thin April

EARNEST OVERSTR T (12 OFFICIAL, 11)44.) SEAL) A. J. Thomas Homes, these days, are often playing host to our fighting men and their
RAY SELDEN All Clerk of aald Court. f
T. Frank I.nndrum. Starke, Florida friendly allies. There's one sure greeting that will put them all at case. It's I
BILL SHAYNE Atty. for Plf. 4-14 4t 11-&
Have a "Coke". To an old friend, Coca-Cola from '
J.l\IARK WILCOX X I IN ("R"'IT 'O..RT. \DKORII your own refrigerator says ,

WOMEN-Yote for Three) I (COUNTY.'ERY.Raymond. ,E.FI.OR11)4IN Doan Plaintiff(-H'vn.- Welcome back. To a newcomer, it says Stranger, you belong. At home, in camp, _ _ _

Ruth Evelyn Doan D. t.. n danl. and overseas, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,-has Become the
MRS. E. F. B. ANTHONY X Cane No. 3085ORDER
OF PUBLICATION symbol of American friendliness the world
MRS. O. M. (Florence) CARTER X AND NOTICE TO APPEAR over. It's natural for popular names .

MRS. WALTER CLARK I IBEULAH Evelyn STATE Doan OF FIXMUDA whose residence to: Ruth Is OTTUD UNPIN AUTHOIITV OF THI COCA-CO1A COMPANY IT to acquire friendly abbrevla* !

% Heora" AlattHon, Independence bona That's why, hear
are required to appear on STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. C4Ka-ColacaUoJ e"/
May. 15th., 1944 In the above nAI1.d -
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
MRS. KLEA E. NAIMAN sake divorce Hrnilforrt County .01941 T..C-C c...
MRS. JOE H. SCALES X Telegraph shall publish thin Order
In next four weekly 18"""".
Witness my hand and, official
Second Congress District neal at Starke, Florida, thin April
1.1th, 1944.OFFICIAL..
MEN-Yote fur One) ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
An Clerk of Maid Court.T. ATTENTION
A. E.AIAMSON X Frank tnndrum Starke, Florida VOTERS
Atty. for Plf 4-14 4t 6-p


Notice In hereby given that I ..
have filed my Final Accounting anKxectitrlx ', : vt ,:: (, r: 1MAdr. SPnL .
WOMEN-Yote for One) of the Will and Estate ry
if. Martha. E. HlKirs and will on
MUS. FRED T. NOONEY X the Rlh day of May 1944 make application ,
to the County .Iuell(" of r A .v'
EMMA C. ROEDER Kradfnrd County, lion. K. K. I'erry-
man for Final Discharge an said
Erecutr.x.Kxecutrlx. i a ti l lips
of the Estate. of :MarthA
K. Dig"",.., Deceaned. 4-14 4t 5-5 p'e

T\\ DREiI4tenale : :
11111 \... KM: ) *
YRD for PRESIDENT NOTICN: is unnnitY orvn.v
That Mamie Lou Edwards<1 holder
t.f. 9-loth., of Tax Certificate No.
POLITICAL ADV. PAID FOR BY FLORIDA D-FOH-PHtUDENT COM 5.1TfE. ) J 19, Issued l the 6th day of August I t4- .r ex. l



eIZe'4. 'e'4 ", Guarantee for our FIGHTING sons and! daughters the



'ZJe4e'We4 ** vt Sufifiott fatGOVERNOR

Without forcing them to join a unionREELECT .'




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Many of you are the motlicrs of Servicemen Toil and your family must be assured of WHO IS FIGHTING FOR ; WHICH ABOLISHES ; :'

and women. Their future i. important. 3" a prosperous, secure future In a prosperous .<
r Their problem on returning homo mud be state where Industry, business and agriculture
fiolved efficiently and promptly. Immediate job are flourishing on a growing ,,

tanst be provided for them basis. :

Millard Caldwell veteran of World Millard Caldwell na* the knowl. -AND VOTE IN THE ,N PRESERVES -

to help speed Flor ,
and ability
War X, able attorney, ,experienced'

and respected in public' life Is best ida's development alone. these lines. GENERAL ELECTION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING : ,,'
Bo will give Florida a business administration .
qualified to solve these problems

and efficiency based on In genuine government economy THE AMENDMENT TO OUR d. TOM WATSON qy UNIONS ;,

Your children roust bare tbe bent schools) Be will encourage sound development Attorney Central !

:2 and highly trained, well.pald teachers. of business, industry, agriculture : .;,
.I Their welfare 'demands this
and our tourist trade.

Millard Caldwell fa experienced in Let's preserve Organized Labor through Collective Bargaining rather than through :;1 r

school affairs. He is pledged' to .. Make Millard Caldicell YOUR Candi the closed shop, and let's give our people, including our returning fighting men and
real school improvement program
and to higher wages for teachers date. Iti record and Ill7wfgg women, the right to work and earn a living without paying big Initiation fees for jobs. \

Mrs. Caldwell U also experienced accomplishmentsprove

In woman this county field. She superintendent was the first of that he deserves ,The Right to Work Amendment to the Constitution of Florida to be voted on next I I,' r t. '

schools la the State of Virginia yovr support. November demands your Interest and support if you believe In the right kind of unions i .

based upon the principles of democracy. :. r t',:.1\;

3 1& GOVERNOR teet'MILLARD CALDWELL It will give- back the Unions to the. honest working members-and-- GUARANTEE : !, !:r'i';:)

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every RIGUTjof the?Union Man _existing under our ConstiIU n. J 'i '

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Jr. Woman's ClubThe I Mr. and Mrs. Zevin day night for members of the. Ladies Auxiliary Farewell Party For for there should have been the no kiddies cause evidence Wednesday ,
I committee and guests from Jacksonville argument among graph Ink on her
Junior Woman's Club will Hosts At ReceptionJack and Ocala. The occaslo Met TuesdayThe Nancy LightfootDotty . AND, incidentally,hank'her..
meet Wednesday evening May 3, was a belated celebration of the the Dtt
at 8 o'clock. Hostesses are Misses Zevin, treasurer of the recent marriage of their daughter Ladies of the Presbyterian Sue Biggs entertained a an' Jotted : Arch Woman/a Club year *
Sara Poythress, Jacqueline Andrews Starke National Jewish Welfare Matilda Zevin to Thoma Church met Tuesday evening at 8 number of little friends on Thursday Thomas Spotted again proving his Lucky little ,lady *
once I.
and Patsy Keene. Mlsn! Board Army & Navy Committee Bress, a noted New York attorney o'clock with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell afternoon of last week, in versatility as a pinch-hitter by Scanlan . Understand
Louise Stern has the program In and Mrs. Zevin were hosts at a who l Is connected with the at her home on Madison street honor of Nancy Lightfoot, whois at the opening of her pabhim while
charge reception In their home last Frl- Loew'i Theatre enterprise, and to Lovely roses attractively arrangedIn soon to leave Starke to make Circuit Court prayer this week . Portably in the SUrn SllllnC'

.....-- __ ._.._.._...L honor a visiting scholarly repre- bowls were used for decora her home in Jacksonville.After Seems he'd forgotten to invite a once used by her hlglM1
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sent, Joseph Bromberg of tlon in the living room where playing games guess- . Ann Bailardo back father Dr. O. L t
preacher Hayol'l
the Yiddish Scientific Institut. guests were seated. ing contests, the girls enjoyed ice Glimpsed Pat LambE' !
of the Snack Bar, stopping hungry on
an academic Jewish Institution Mrs. B. C. Holtz- cream sundaes at a down town down Call Street. hit
The president "
wolves with the warning:
Attention Citizens & Votersof which Is dedicated to the stud; endorf,, opened the meeting with drug store. As a souvenir of the hand is quicker than the eyeThat's satin wedding gown"UahJou 10 the
of and research on the cultural prayer after which Mrs. E. M. occasion Dotty Sue gave Nancya people have era . But don, ,
why so many get
historic linguistic, and economic Davis led devotionals. She wan shell plaque. .folksTwas tit
black eyes! . Hear chic little only ,the
phrases of Jewish life throughoutthe also In charge of the program Enjoying the party with Dotty Ruth Davis blew out candles on a ture number worn by t
Bradford County world. using as her subject, "American Sue and Nancy were : Madge birthday cake' at the Embassy mannequin that centers the
Louis Shafkln, chairman "t: Indians". Rev.; C. Hallen assistedby Brownlee Joan Dlnkins Margaret' Club .&1 Jax'ville tother night, Jewelry window display '
the NJWB Army & Navy Committee showing a number of1 interest Monteith Patsy Hall Ona Dem- where a couple dozen friends shucks! . Spoted jL,1,,
.. made a corklngly goo-l orest, and Nancy Knight. Harold Wall. accomp'J''
Due to travel handicaps !- ing .pictures.Mrs. from Call St. riot f" toast herquiet
and busy master of ceremonies especiallywhen H. H. Young conductedthe charm And you shouldsee handsome young son Bill,
war con.
from St.
It came to good natured Cicles Augustine
social Baptist tlu gilts they brought! . We4j
It will be Impossible banter and Quiz-Query during the to cast an
ditions. to coaxing contributions early vote ,
for the
Credit staging party goesto '
served home *
r 1 for the hour The hostesses C.rcles of the W. M U. which reminds /
for me to contact noteworthy academy, 1 Baptist Lou &ii* Yetta Shafkln and me DiIb,
made cake and cream.
following Mr. k omnerg'a moving will meet Tuesday afternoon, May Ruth's KdJie get next Tuesday( Is the /,
.1 each of you personally remarks pertaining to the Jews' Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Allen, Mrs.. 2. an follows: Number One at the days . So long , *
i!t I' JJfi in behalf 0 f my campaign tragic plight In Hitlerite Europe, B. C. Holtzendorf and Mrs. H. E home of Mrs. T. B. Harding; at the polls . SIt
, ''+ a for School Super. and to their Indestructible spirit. Boelter .a 11 ended Presbyterial Number Two with I Mrs. Ralph Caught Trances Peek with the -Car

\'s,,f intendent. Among those present from Thursday at Welrsdale Alvarez and Number Three with ,:>
I, Mrs W. G. Stringfellow at !the
Mr. and Mrs.
were: Irving
': "!* I've been in 'a school U. D. C.' To MeetThe State Farm.
Ir Blum. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Davis, .
student and The Business Woman's Circle
room, as FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frledler, Mr '
f.1; teacher for more than a I and Mrs. Irving Hertz Mr. and W. T. Weeks Chapter, U will meet Monday May 1 at ,
"'!'!1 quarter 0 f a century.: I Mrs. Harry Kaufman Mr. and D. C, will meet Wednesday afternoon 8 p. m. at the YMCA-USO Tern-
May 3, at 4 o'clock at pie and Washington streets with
\ \ Through and with your Mrs. Isador Lecln, Miss Madeline Figures Do Not Lie
the home of Mrs. Ethel M. Blgg Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. J. E.
", :f vote and support my Lecin Louis Sage Miss
I I'r" EvelynC
i'' on N. Walnut St. Hostesses: Mrs. Wilson and Miss Catherine Beards
? future years will still be r a wford Mrs. Louis Shafkln Biggs and Mrs. Luther G. Powell. hostesses
: i of education. Mrs. Shonhaut, Samuel Krelter,
, y f In the field Samuel' _ __ __ ____________ For 60 long days
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\ f 4 The future education of USO-JVVB, Mr. and Mrs. 1. -- now *
Iw t LET'S
our children is my chief Goldman and Irving Zevin. AlsoIn have been hearing Jim Can
educational aim. attendance were: Mr. Edelstein RE-ELECT Congressman
Callstreet Emory
I and Alex Robin from Jacksonville, Carolyn opponent, praise
Nat Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Hy- itself
At present I am engaged In sawing 2x4's, mostlyfor man, and Mr. Llebowitz from i " and proudly shout
our Uncle. This employment is only temporary I Ocala Mrs. Lehrman from New,._ AI _._ _._ .. ._ ___,_ .. ,_,_ _._ _,_._ .. what the people in his abor

however, and I assure you I'll put the duties of the York City and Pvt. Fred Slmkln Well folks . Tonight's the . Couldn't help being a little horn
office of Superintendent on a full.tlmej schedule for of Camp Blanding. night when members of the cap green-eyed, glancing at Freddie , county (Duval) think abou
the best interests of all concerned. an' gown set get their hands on Wlmberly'a finger'this' week .'. r him. Friends we know t the
Philip Thorn that elusive' bit of sheepskin and Such a luscious cparkler! -graduation e: 'R figures .do not He. So led
Before make choice '
yon your on next Tuesday May leave the pOrtalf"ot! BHS to face glff! from her doting grand-
2, take time to consider my educational qualifications, Entertains FriendsMrs. the' slings' and'"trows of a cold mother, :Mrs. H. C. Wimberly . look at.the vote Cary recm
business ability and school experience, and I will graciously Julian Thorn entertained cruel world . :All kidding aside, Hear (be seniors will be hosts"at ;,,. ed in Duval County in II hi!

abide by _your decision. several friends of.her,son, Phillip, I HAVE m en' better times'Ito an informal reception, for parents two previous races for the
start out on a career at that and friends in the Woman's Club
at a dinner-theatre party on Tues job, Price is so ably hoJdilll
. ; Course, It's not 'so- bad for building, after the exercises tonight

Yours For The Best In day Dinner evening was of served last'the Thorn Roberta the sweet Whitfield girl ,graduates:Marjorie Davis. '. ., . . EMORY H. down.

home at an attractively appointed Phyllis Hazen, Virginia Sewell an' Those attractive guests of Charlie Cary on May 7, 1940, hll

Education -- I Thank You places table where uniquely guests by found looking their for lots of others will follow the well- Lou and Lonnie Vinlug-Car PRICEOur I : as his opponent R. A. (Lei
beaten path to Tallahassee and rle Jane Frank and Bette Green- Green.
their initials Duval County
Inscribed the
on other institutions of j gaYI
higher learn- seem to have touched off quite
MELVIN' B. FUTCH crust of individual chicken pies. I ing . But the boys Well I a round of parties . Gay event Cary the total 0 f 10,431
Favors for the young ladles were most of them 'are in the same: was the supper in Herbert and Congressman while Green received 22,91
pansy pom-poms made of fresh boat with Bobby McRae who'll Evelyn Ritch's lovely outdoor living
Paid_ Political Adv.) flowers for their hair. step right out of his cap an' room Tuesday night . or better than two to out

.... _ ,_ .... __. .... _r_ _,_.a __ .. __e_ .' Following dinner the group gown into that popular shade of Three new members initiated Into Green has never been a resident of Duval Count;
attended the Florida Theatre accompanied khaki all the boys are wearingnow the Red Hen Club, amid much Cary has lived in Duval County for more than 3

by Mrs. Thorn and . milarity . Wednesday night years.
Mrs. K a v ney Mrs. William the visitors
Zleta assisted with arrangementsfor Wedding Hell-, of course, will enjoying the were hospitality among of Juniusand party Cary on May 5, 1942, two years later, had as !to

the party. take the usual toll and Dot Faxon Virginia Smith on Sante Fe opponent our. friend Emory II. Price. Price, like Car;
KEEP IN OFFICE: j y The guest ,list .included the dashed off Saturday. Arizona-j i.Lake where, the latter are bivouacking has been a resident of Duval County for more t thai
names of Joan Carpenter, Dolores bound to join her Intended lucky for the summer . Wonder 20 years. He'and Cary have held public offices h
Kavney, Nancy Kavney. Do r 1 sMoncrlE't. 'Air Cadet James Hubner . .I if Junius broke down and exhibited that county. What did Cary do on May 5, 1912, she li
Madge Brownlee, Ona Georgia Gilpin will also becomea that strip-tease film Nat he ran against Price? He received 4,764 votes, a bii
Demorest Walter (Buddy) Smith, Mrs. today-before she gets her Sternberg brought back to h'ni'' decrease over two years before. What did Price do1'
SHERIFF ANDREU Edward Jr:, Charles Schull Gross, Joe Monteith, diploma Almost too much from New York . lie received the overwhelming amount of 12,613, and Smith.
Billy excitement for
one day I'd say almost three to one over Cary.
4J .... .. Nice to see Dot an' S. R. Johns
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Johns settled down again in The citizens of this county do not want to tram
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Starke after a year's residence 10 Price, who is a member of the important House Naval
1'11' Many Years Experience: Makes It Feasible for Me to Bender Jax'ville . Seems S. R. wantedto -Affairs Committee for a perennial pre-election pro
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE get the brood anchored downat miser like Jim Cary.
w MODERATE! PRICES _, the old homestead before don
ning a Navy uniform in the
DeWITT C. JONES future . Can't quite decide (Written and paid for by friends of Emory H. Price
Starke. Florida . whether to call it business or in Bradford County)
pleasure but anyway Margie Carter
jj '--- _._,"- -,- -,_.....- -.-.-.- .. .is back from a "buying trip"to

New Yoik. double talking , ,. .
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The ONLY CANDIDATE for Mary smart :Martin merchandising"0 n e Touch and the of iuHiiiMNEW

i "come-back'Venus" hat-bit. at, Sophie the Copacabant Tucker's ,. GOODSJust

GOVERNOR with and.Harry RIchman at the Roxj
.VS1ON : . If that's what they mean bj
'business trlp"-Iead me to,'In Arrived

Because he has kept gambling out of ENOUGH to .SE E this, and. celebrated.'. Frank their and Carleen fourteenth Landrum wed-

ding anniversary Wednesday by
Bradford, County. frying up three chickens for them-
CO.URAGE'ENOUGH to SAY it selves and four daughters . .
With six drum sticks on hand METAL

2-Because he has run lewd women out of ED .., TWEEZERS

Bradford County. ELECTJ.

I. 21 i B A:KE; R A. FILLYAWFor lOc & 20c

3-Because he has kept Bradford Countyone 7 InchSISSORS rr
r J declares: "We must

of the driest counties in the state. unite therhuman and 8 Inch

physical resources of
all Florida behind our 39cSTERN STEELFrying
4-Because he has the fullest cooperationof Commander-in-Ch i e f
in;-winning the i war- Pan

Camp Blanding Military Authorities. urge him, to continuehis ..
leadership so that 85cRubber
we do not delay the O
t return of our servicemen

I a single instant". STOVESWith

5-Because he has kept Bradford County
; Enamel Top Gloves

a wholesome ,place to live and raise ED BAKER does and will command the 75c

t our children. respect of Washington because he ,has the 50c Pair

COURAGE to speak his convictions in

6-Because he is experienced, honest and favor of President ROOSEVELT. Ed t a PLENTY OF MOTHER'S DAY

capable. Baker is A DEMOCRAT has ,always t GRADUATION CARDS AND GIFTS 9


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'RE-ELECT A BALLOT for BAKERIs ConstableDistrict We have an unusually large stock of prescription -

One drugs and medicines. Let us fin

i Sheriff A. 0. ANDREU A. Vote of Confidence In Roosevelt. 1 your prescriptions. Three registered ph* ,

BAKER for GOVERNOR macists

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Miss Ida Lou Davis, a: student' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson Tate P.
Newsnd Denmark '
Local I discharged Lieutenant Andrew !
Z. Adkins WSCS CirclesCircles of the Misses Ray, the hostesses
at F. S. C. W. wlU come from and daughter. Janet, Mrs. A. W. several months ago from the Jr., who has spent a leave herewith i
being the Misses and their
r Tallahassee this evening to attend Anderson and daughter, Virginia Army, Is now In the Veteran' his parents Judge and :Mia.A. I
Mrs J. O. Roberson of the Woman's Societyof : sister Mr. J. W. White. Circle
her sister Marjorie's graduation Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Hospital Atlanta, Ga. Z. Adkins, left for
Sunday Fort
Sly were Sunday guests of daughter, Jean, Mr. and Mr. Mrs. F. H. Long: has returns Dlx, N. J. Christian Service of the :Methodist I -1 Two will meet with Mrs. W. li.
L-s parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Van H. Carden returned George Anderson and Mrs W J. home from Jacksonville and has Mr. church will meet Monday Sewell at her home on N. Walnut '
flllls of Melrose. home Tuesday from Galnesvlll Johnston attended a family reunion as her guest her daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. Guy Sale and afternoon, May 1, at 3:30: o'clock. St.. hostesses Mrs. Sewell and l
| W B. Mundy, Jr., Mr.. where she had her tonsils removed honoring S-Sgt Bill Stoneat R. R. Thede. and small son, Rich daughter, Linda Kay, were weekend Circle One will meet at the home :Mrs. J. B. Cottrell. )
fink Ins and Miss Hannah the home of his grandmother, ard R. Thede. Jr.. who returned guests of Mr. and Mrs John r,
'were In Jacksonvilla, Mrs. Emma Anderson of Archer here from Riverside Sale of Madison and Miss, Lora ...-.-..----..-..-.--..---__.__._._______n_._._ I
Mrs. Hospital in ------------------
C. C.
D C., Is the Cross of Washington, Sgt. Stone has Just returned to Jacksonville.Cecil Sale In Valdosta, Ga., Miss Sale, 'i 4
left guest of her sister the States from New Guinea Thomas, who has been a frequent visitor here, la hospitalized
KB. A. Pope Tuesday Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, and her I
1 home in Auburn, Ala., niece, Mrs J. M. Brownlee. Mm where he served with the Army employed at Okeechobee, movedhis \ as a result' of a recent
j visit here with her par- I. Cross has visited here several for the past" two years. family back to Staike recentlyand automobile accident. !
dge and Mrs.. A. Z. Ad- times and her old friends are Mrs. R. J. Tatum of Jacksonville left Sunday for the Army I
glad to see her againREELECT will spend this week-end in reception center at Fort McPher New shipment of office suppliesIn '
the home of Mr. and Mrs R, A. 1801:1.: Atlanta, Ga. at Bradford County Telegraph
------ Davis office.

Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Lt'esburg
I is the guest of her brotherinlaw l\( 1'IHI i,I'.' <'01 IIT. mi MIKOMDMM'i I
: Ki.oiMiiti i*
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W 4 KH 1.IH.n.ilct entv.i I Sun., Mon. Tues. April 30 May 1 2 ,
J. L. WYNNFor B. Sewell ,'hll"tie". Hijnn. IMwIlitlff I ,
v Alice\ ,
;May Bryan IvrpmlanlCIIH
Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned ,\... :.inn 4.OHIiKIt .,. .
Oh' Pl'IILH'ATlOV) :
,COUNTY COMMISSIONER where she spent a week /HTATK, lK KUHtlMA to; I ,
May Bryan whole r..h'.n. .\10"1 rY '
DISTRICT THREE with her son-in-law and daughter Hlvvr \\enu. unhand ;.Mlrhljcnn.: I Charged with .v.ry
Dr. and Mrs. H. B, McLendon. Yuu are required l to ap|>**Hr oit human / .f I
I Miiv; S'.lth\ 1044, In lie above \
He Respectfully Solicit. Your H. H, Stroman, who is doing ed. Court and nuiHH. wherein' dI "
11ain.I, 'IMi
lift HepkH illvorr Nrailforil (
clerical Jacksonville
work In the
Support On The Baste. of Ills Teli-Krnpli shall imlillxh I Or
fast Record shipyard, spent Sunday here with der in next four weekly ,Issues.: I 1' 'i
his mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman. 'r4 e \\' mess HIV: bond and offlflnl "III) ,
M Sturk. Klurlilu, 11th. April :34lh, I
I, and sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowling.Mrs. \141.1(1I'FII'IA1..
YOUR VOTE ON MAY 2 WILL I NJo\: T.) .\. J. ThninituAn t"f
Mallery Thomas and sun. rimk nt said Court I
BE GREATLY APPRECIATED Junior, left for Camp Peary, Va., T. Kmnk I.Hn.lnnn.' Mtiirkr, Florida.
Ally for I'lf 4-SS 4t 5-19 :1
Saturday to visit Reddle" Thomas II I
who is In the Sea bees.Lieut I ;.
and Mrs William H. NOTICE I ""1t ......
Thomson and son, Freddie, have 8 RICHARD
been In Miami for the past two Madame SalliePast WHaRF

Y HARDWARE AND PAINT weeks, Lieut. Thomson has beentransferred ., '. ". "trtl....,, !.e.lw; ALLYN JOSLYN

and will to a to camp his new in Texas postof B1'tEZI: iAFw)
g9 ;
Try The From A Store:1Iodern duty,. accompanied by his wife ) COUNTYDO JI YAFYCL
: and son. you want a CAI'ABI.K: Future I )o1A Queleq ,,

Miracle With.Experience antI EFFICIENT a Wall Finish boat of our School affalrw In .., Ralph korg"Q t
And A ReputationFor i Bradford Days I' .! > I
E-L-E-C-f County PIod-., '
E M ))0 you want a Superintendent Knows All! Tells All! l..a.
Fair Dealing who will work for a better Answers All QuestionsThis JUlieN ru;;;; :
W. M. (MITCH) educational system and who Week
1,0 N E will promote HARMONY and ,
And HonestMerchandising i UNDERSTANDING among our Call St. .\cruss from . I \

ries In One Hour I EDWARDSYour school offlciiilN, teacher and Courthouse I ':
It's Washable! parents? ---- ------- - - - ---
One Coat Covers! A Do you want a man who will \ "
"" WE STOCK AT ALL privilege of our children Inan
Gold Bond County JudgeA education that will properly Obey That Impulse ; ;
TIMES A FULL LINE prepare Ifccm to,take up their
SUNFLEX duties' an mn and women of a
OF COLD WATER future society?

sein Paste Paint-! AND OIL PAINTS Do you want a man wlio GO TO THE POLLS \
Just Like Adding BRADFORD COUNTY will promote PHYSICAL at
'indows To A Room WITH ALL THE well a.. MENTAL\ EDUCATION : .-
LITTLE TRIMMINGS Do you want a man who willCOOPKRATE
Superior : with our bun
Oil Finish PaintDAVIS TO )MAKE UP A MANY WAYS AND driver and parents In the rural r : '
area so that their children ; ; AND VOTE !
SUPERIORSEMIGLO KNOWS THE PROnLBMS can get to and from school In _
PAINTor Do you wltn{,,a Superintendent \
who will VISIT OUR
CLASS ROOMS: ones a month
All Interior Walls STOCKAnd and who will DEVOTE ALL
Woodwork OF HIS TIME to this office 1L S.E. f






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MILLARD .''j In Every Canpaign From; .

CALDWELL'S ;Ki I Every Platform tf :

.SLIPS-Nylon & Rayon Platform is: :y r.j J. M. LEE DECLARED: I'I'j ; 1 1I

$2.25 to $3.95 I I? "I'll exhaust every remedy at law to collect the vast \ ,

DEVOTE THE RESOURCESOF I sums of evaded delinquent taxes". i i f


GOWNS-PANTIES WINNING OF THE WAR Delinquent, disputed and litigated taxes. :' "

Every unnecessary day the war TO REDUCE YOUR TAXES'

3.95 79c $1.00 lasts is another day before our service
home. And the cost, including lawyer's fees averaged
men and women cancome less than 6 per cent . . . ,I
Millard Caldwell has the energy The lowest collection cost in history for delinquent e. I
and ability to make the office of Gov- taxes. J I I'

ernor of Florida really effective in the ... . v -"' Jr

HOSIERY--- war effort. World Could-;:that-this policy; ::;;tIi -;collection ,y 4i ,. It
He is also a veteran of rv
; painted opposition to develop agalnut Jilm the ;
COSTUME JEWELRY War I. He thus understands the prob- bust minutef lie nan born unable lo triM It I 'Lto ] '

lems that will confront our returning any other nourcc. _
veterans. As Governor he,will be well-

qualified to solve these vital postwar
problems, including the need for im- I If his record of service meets your approvaland I
continued Tax-Law Enforcement
If want
FOR THE BOYS mediate and for returned service-men. ill: you t'

Shirts __ _ _____ $2.00 &'. $2.70 1 VOTE FORJ.M.LEE

Wembley Ties ___ ._____ $1.00 ;

_Boxed Handkerchiefs_ _,___ $1.00 For GOVERNOR Elect

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I For State Comptroller J. M. LEEIIIIiI' I

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" French Star In WHAT TO FIND troduced weather, .and the F iou pE'aket8 R

I Mrs.
r Mary Dink.n.
"The Impostor"Most ping In Jacksonviii,. W-as,
_Miss Colleen DU'ance, >
party at her home ,,? ftl
powerful American film the bombing of a French prison. SAVE TIME --- CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR union racketeers he did know Those present ,"tlJ..ed. tit,'Ji

role yet offered to the International Freed, he assumes the Identity of that Cary did hang around the Ing of games and. ''.,?'.
favorite, Jean Cabin, I Is a sergeant who has been killed union office In Jacksonville for and cookies were se!-vet. '
brought to the screen In "The in action, and makes his way to INFORMATION: OF CAMP: BLANDING SHOPPING three weeks before announcing his Mrs. Vernon Siicx, of<
Impostor. which opens at the Africa to join the Fig I h 11 ni AND RECREATIONAL CENTER candidacy for congress & Caryreplied was visiting her parents V
Park Theatre Sunday for a three- French.' I in Ills short rebuttal that! Mrs. G. W. Rebuilt, j >

day run. Regeneration of the Impostor Is he was In favor of shooting John Mr. and Mrs. Joe! Harrl?!
Supporting Gabin Is one of the accomplished through the devotion AMUSEMENTS L. Lewis, Emory Price or anyone of Jacksonville I Were, '
most Imposing groups of male of his fellow-fighters and the FLA. STATE FARM I the passing of Mrs. William L who is convicted of being a trai- friends and relative "*
players ever assembled, Including example of their Intense patriot- By. E. R. Ilouvler The Milk Bottle ), Holland, sister of Dr. J. M. Hem- tor to his Country. These ate week-end. hit
Richard Whorf, A II yn Joslyn,I ism. Duvlvier extracts all pOd- fa ree. In Los Angeles, Calif. Our the highlights of Lawtey's rally. Miss Myrtle Johns of
Van Byck, John Qualen, Eddie sible drama from his story by COMMUNITY: : CLU1I QUILTING FOOD sympathies are extended to Dr. Let'* have more of them. The vllle was visiting he,. C jv
the conflict of the various The ladles of the CommunityClub and Mis. Hembree. In their great itself and Mrs. p
Quillan, Ralph Morgan and oth-, featuring :crowd apparently enjoyed P. U. John last
tie against the will have an all-day session Camp Diner loss. in of Inclement end.
era, while Ellen Drew has the personal j Immensely spite
Important feminine lead. I wider background of world conflict Thursday. The quilt which la In Come And Get It Mrs. P. D. Fancher underwena I
J 1 Under masterful direction by with the Congo jungle and process of making, Is to be quilt Maude's Place major operation Monday at ,.aWINU4NWiINllllli''',,Hilllli' ,,''''IIIIIIUrillllltllllllllMNIJIMUIUIIIItflllUllCHURCH''''' ,''''''''''''''''''''''''''') ''''''''' ''''&'''''''''''''''11111AINIMIWIIIIWI4IYIIIOIIIAWII111111111111111iIIIIWI'''''''''''''''''' ,,, "' ''''''' _A.

Julien Duvlvier, who also wan the desert' front as chief settings ed and each participant Is to Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville OF CHRIST
Park Cafe .
producer and wrote the screenplay Whorf is dynamic as a French bring a lunch which will be serv- At last report she was progres-
no less than a dozen strongcharacterlzatans officer leader of a group Including ed at one o'clock. All ladies on Sweet Shop sing nicely. Aubrey Mercer, Minister
i i"" the Farm are asked to come and Mrs. L. F. and
and son
offered Joslyn, Van Eyck, Qualen Snack Bar Woodbury
are by SUNDAY: 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study
Quillan, all giving expert per- help. If more come than can workon were week-end guests of Mr. and
1 the Impressive cast. formances. Miss Drew is highly the quilt-there i I" plenty of GIFTSGislain's Mrs. Linwood Watts. 11:00: A. M. and 7j30 P. M. Preaching and
,: Great Suspense Red Cross work to be done.'Chaplain Communion.
effective as a French girl who M. C. Roberts' sister, Mrs. Roy
Suspense Is marked from the
outset of the story, when Cabin comes to Africa ,in search of her L. A. Shepherd is Waters, arrived Thursday from WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.-Prayer Meeting\
fiance, to find an Impostor In his ,and Lake- Wonder Gift Shop Richmond, Va. On Monday Mrs. '
barely escapes the guillotine In visiting at Inverness Every Visitor A Welcome. Guest _
place. Roberts accompanied her to her ,,, , ,, , ,,,, , ,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,.., ,
: Bradford Photo' Shop unonmwnemlmmm" ''''''''' '''"eninmmilenimoinenenmoionneenuumolo.roimimmlolroonnrvlumenu'''''' ''''''''' '''''' ''' ''" " i> '''''"'euuomriesmai''''''''' '' 1 ,
'I! ... land.Mrs. home In DeLand for a w<;eka'
Nelle Beavers of Talllsee,
ye y y Ala., arrived Thursday to spenda MILITARYSUPPLIES visit.
Miss :Mil d red Robertson of
month with Mr. and Mrs. W. i FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY: RIDE
\ Memphis, Tenn., Field Worker for
N. North.
, / Bradford Mrs. Newton Turney of Colum- Gislain'sP. vice National of the Committee Christian on Church War, Ser-and FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR

? bia, Conn., and her two small
S. Stores Rev. and Mrs. H. Lawson ot:
l I daughters who have been visiting: Jacksonville spent the week-end COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
r Photo Mr. and Mis. C. M. Turney left PHOTOGRAPHYBradford with Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. PLEASE PHONE 147

Sunday to visit, Mrs. Turney'a i Mrs. J. M. Hembree expectsto
parents at Winter Park. Photo ShopC. leave
Thursday to visit Dr.
", Miss Helen WhitfIeld left Fri- Hembree's parents, Mr. and Mrs UNION BUS STATION'LACY
-- ShopSTARKE day for an extended visit with Smith GardnerTHEATRES J. C. Hembree In Charleston S. C., CONWAY
her grandmother, Mrs. Irene B. for a few weeks. ,,Agent
Whitfield, at Winter Faik. Temple Are. Starke, Florii
1 Our. Breakfastsare Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williams Florida LAWTEYBy

Next to Western Union and daughter Betty, are Park Miss Evelyn Warren
visiting Mr. Williams' mother in
Donaldaonville, Ga. Ritz POLITICAL, RALLY
b; to crow AlsoSHORT about I DevelopingPrinting Mrs. Roy Land and Miss TAVERNSBlanding Lawtey ,had It's first Political DRY CLEANING & TAILORING

. Myra Land of Tampa were week- Rally, Thursday night, April ,20 .
I ORDERS 'end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Center Bar.1laude's A crowd estimated at 500 Quick Service High Quality Work
Land. assembled at the strawberry platform -
: i served from Mrs. C. L. Hewett and chil- Place to hear can d Idates for
: } 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. county and federal offices JudgeE.
, dren of Lake City are visiting NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
serious operation. K. ,
Mrs. Hewitt's brother-in-law and Perryman spoke of his first
Featuringthe Mrs. J. T. Flllayaw and service his
eon to
sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Wil people and asked
best of and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors
llama. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. for support In his present race

i STEAKS & CHOPS 12 !Hour Service Friends of M. B. Grainger, a Young. for re-election. The race for PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE.
former resident of the Farm, but Mrs. Mitchell Rhoden and superlnt e n d e n t of education
now Supt. of Farm No. 2 at daughter Lucille, of :Macclenny brought out four' candidates, STARKE, FLORIDA
: CAMPDINER ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER Belle' Glade, will regret to know are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Angus George Flynn, S. E. Sparks, M.
that he has had to return to Davis. B. Futch and Arthur McRae. Oscar -

!Mayo Bros., Clinic for another Word was received Monday of Andreu, present sheriff and I
candidate for re-election, and M.
t ' FOR
; For Portrait Work L. Johns spoke In their own In-
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD terest. Mr. Johns took only a lotherc'Dai
Corner Call and
s WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT small part of the time allotted s\
him and stated that he
was a
j .& CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA candidate for the office of sheriff

FERNANDINA, FLA.PHOTO of Bradford County and would
Prompt Service Careful Drivers appreciate the support of the

I w voters. Mr. Andreu spoke a t '
length of his record and said let these
since us suggest only I
I being elected to the officeof
Starke Taxi Service rn'tlr""' sheriff of this county he had few among many gifts of lasting chare

JI .... with no apology, conducted the and distinction mothers and wives
1 office to the best of his ot
n ability
<;::1' : '
Phone 150 and Mother's
1 would continue to do so If Day."Mother".
,.I", IJ re-elected. Mr. Andreu further
: said that "if any truthful man in '
Day Night the county can say that I have Pins
been dishonest In the capacity of

n ... ..... .... _,_ .... _,.. ._._ ...' _,....._.... ...._. ..... _.. Q.M.A. sheriff I will gladly withdraw especially designed for
from the race." There was no
h mud slln g 1 n g In the speeches.

Proceeding those by congressional "Their Day"Rose
Candidates. Emory. Price
I .
Port ail first. He reviewed his record cf
r Jl . yw4- I
15 months as Congressman'' and Beads O Chevron Earring

spoke of several committees to with lasting fragrance engraved with his rani
t i.. 'which he had been appointed as
,I 4k / C. Smith GardnerEstablished i being helpful towards Increasing .O Religious Figures Straw Purses

1900.- I his.usefulness if returned to office. that glow in the dark from the Bahamas
He then'spoke of
the labor
. of New York and Miami .t..i I unions
spending thousands of dol- New Chic Florida

ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 voted lars to defeat him because he O Ladies Bill-Folds Shell Jewelry
Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 4x1 $5; i against the anti-strike bill
before the house at that time,
STUDIO IN ISLANDING CENTER and l Intimated that his opponentwas
,: ', BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. izations affiliated to which with these charge organ.Jim Decorative Mother's Day CardsGISLAIN'S
B Bt
X ,u BI Cary replied by saying "I hurl
I this Infamous falsehood in the
face of my opponent.

i Drop in at the With rebuttlea by both candi-
-S.-- a dates, In which Price said that

SWEET SHOP J while that Cary he coudd was not aligned say positively with the Next door to Koch's Drug Store

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Opposite Park TheatreFor

FINISHED Tie a string t i 'on

: :. : Candy Wrapped Sandwiches Won't forget this ,mug soon, You see,this country not only

will you? had the men and the machines. your finger .

T He was top man once_in It had the electric power,too- r
; ra Drinks In Town some quarters. Today he' without which war industry

headed for the aah can.could not operate!
AH Popular Magazines & Morning and Evening Papers / May 14
"NS; electric
r It was a mean, bitter: job', *j.manged!
heading him off. It still is.And companies, of which we are
though he doesn't look it one, are proud of what they '
thnewasatimewhenheaeemed have done-and are doing S ISMOTHER'S

to have the world in his make Hitler a has-been.

s What did finally atop him? They are even prouder thaf, DAY

First of all,fighting men.Then, in die face of war's enormous;

I lIP among other things, American extra burden, elf essential
L production-something he civilian needs have been met. Come in and and we've just the gift

couldn't begin to match! Pro. It wasn't it isn't-a miracle. Chose Now you're looking forWONDER
duct ion of ship and planes It's simply a job done efficiently
and food and munitions andby able and hard-working from the

what it taket-ln unbelievable men and women, plus expert LARGEST GIFT STOCK .
quantities! enced business management.
in Starke
Hear "..port !. Ire N..l...- .*.....
t E t .v.ry. T...<1., ..*..!.,, 9i30, 6.W.1.-.,...,,, Iro.ds..ti.g. S,,,,.. THE H WRAPPEDand

1 11pt soma ....i .. rwraat GIFT: SHOP Anywhere MAILED ln

U. S. A.
leyot.Cola Company Long. Island' Cite, ff.'Y. .. 1OOll
s Frsmchteed: Bottler PEPSI-COLA Mrs Bessie Davis, Owner, & Buyer
BOTTLING CO. of Jacksonville-
WASTE ttrcTtieiTf tart noun IT 11117'IITio'lDl J

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of April A. P. 1344, at St&rke, In
Bradford County, Florida.OFFICIAL. 1
( > SHAD A J. Thomas, t
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
FIND for Bradford County Florida.T . .
Frank, Landrum !
, At Floridarful Attorney for Petitioner. t

.. '" .--- -. -. .---.-.--.- -. COUNTY OF BRADFORD )
I, A. J, Thomas, Clerk. of the
of tuneful music and fighting and displays to good I hypnotize people. He writes a and daughter, Marjorie Sue. of l\ 'IIU'I'I'r 1'OI'Wr. In t1/F'0111) of the clerk nt mild Court In Circuit Court of the Eighth Judl-
coal Circuit 'In and for BradfordCounty
Bradford Florida
beautiful girls will ( 0',1'1.011''' '' llll\%- Starkr. County.
.lil of advantage lovely Marilyn Max sympttonletta and Journeys to Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof (.KHV.L.enoiu on in before the X2nd day ot May Florida, do hereby certify
lorlda Theatre audiences well, who last played Wallace New York to publish his music )11'$. Crews' parents, Mr. and I;'. Morrow, Plaintiff, vKdwartl A. 1). 18(4, to show what rig lit, that the above and foregoing I I. a
Sunday and I':. Morrow Defendant title.' Interest or lien you, or any true and correct copy of he Notice
y r midnight Berry's daughter In "Salute to th.1IIarlne. Before he can bat an eye he Is Mrs. O. W. Barry. S04I. or you, have In and to any of ,mtl 1'1 I In Kmlnent Domain Proceeding
when "Swing Fever"town. \ :!.'* Involved with a awing/ band, a I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher of l'IUIMi op; P1'B.f'ATIOANO above described. parcel of land Issued on the 11th day of April
NOTICE T'> APPKAItSTATB And to show cause why the same A. t>. UH In the case of Bradford -
j Kay plays a young man afflicted beautiful torch singer played by Lake Butler were Sunday night OK FIOU1I to: KJwnnlK. should not be taken for the use County, a political' subdivision .
Elm stars Kay Kyser jok- Miss Maxwell and falls Into the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. I Morrow whose Adtlr..ita I"1M! and purpose set forth In said' Petition of the State of Florida, v*.
making with the music with a hereditary evil eye 2-". lr 8. 8. llunrh 1>K 894 fn| tu-wlt as right of way, for. Wlnfonl Franklin Khmer Defendants .
j hands of a gang: of unscrupulous Hazen. Fleet; PoKlmntter JI.w"ork: City. drainage ditch for a rectlon or ; Common Law Case No. 301;
tell story of crooked prize which possesses the power to I promoters who plan to use hU Miss Martha Evelyn Markeyof :New Turk. portion of State Itoud 261, desist I as the same appears on the In

. .. "- for their selfish ends. Von are reqiilml to appear on n a tod a* Project 5621 an 'located, thl office.
,. - ---------------- ------ eye Jacksonville weekend
-- - was a May 8, 1944. In the above nsmnlCourt surveyed and shown on said map WITNKSS I my hand and official'
Her Part Is Ideal guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. and c-ail e, wherein plaintiff or plat herelnattov referred to, or seat I at Starke, Bradford County,
n e k" divorce. Hradford County default may be entered acalnst Florida thl llth Uy of April,
Y OUR Marilyn Maxwell who formerlysang Marke)'. Telegraph hull publish this Order A. D. 1944.

with Ted Weems and Buddy Mr. and Mrs, Russell Green and In \next four weekly hand IKHUIH.VllneiiM and .offlclnlSen ' you.WITNESS! my hand a* Clerk of A, J. TnOMA.It.C'1..rk ,
my the Circuit Courtin and for Prad-
Rogers bands before entering children and A. B. Surrency attended at Stnrke' Florida, thl April Heal Circuit' Court, Bradford
A. ford County Florida and the County, Florida.
hill I i 4. movies Is well cast In her role a birthday dinner Sunday 1944. A, J. THOMAS', ot said Court, tills. the 11th day (OFFICIAL SEAL) 4-14 4t S-S
of band vocalist and turns In la honor of Dock Andrews at A* Clerk of KB Id CourtOFFI'iAI .-.
I < > SEAL)
x v' I! a performance that will please Lake City. Mr. Andrews was 81. Knight A Knight Mtnrke, FlorldnAttya

ot Dogsamburgers everyone. The whole Kyser troupe, years of age. for I'lf. 4-7 4t 4-SS: '

I familiar to radio and movie fans Mrs. Lore ie Strayhorn and ;
l> (-UI4'I'IT I 01 II'lHI! \DKOH THEPARK n
t everywhere, Is given an opportunity daughters of Wlldwood were Sat. 44)5 "'I'i. 1"1.011/11', I' l'Ilir- I
[ t to perform their speciali I urday guests of Mrs Strayhorn' 4 KHV.Kva : .

ties. Ish Kabblble recites his parents, Mr. ant Mrs. R. M. Hurt Christie Plaintiff. vn.VHIIiuii .
\ Ilnhn Christ, JJefeniliint.I'ulie .
offer I iunny little poems and Harry Hazen. No. .11U8.nuitlStt CAFE

Babbitt, Julie Conway, Trudy Irwin Milton Cook of the' Mt rch.In' ANI NOTICR OF; PrilUCATlON TO APPKAUHTATK ,

and Mason 'are effective Marine, New York, returned Wll-
Sully OF ( (lIlII) \ to: ,

"COME AND GET IT" I vocalists. Sunday after several Jays' visit Ham Hal In: ,State" Chrlntle Hospital, who, Culuniblu.Mouth .,. renl.itctii'B .. 120 S. Walnut )

In a special production number with his mother Carolina

Home the nation's newest Mrs.. R. H. McNeil and son You are reimlred to appear on.
W. Griffis, Prop. Next to NCCS-USO Lena May H, 1941.! In the nhove niimed I
. singing sensation sings a new I and Miss Kvelyru Crews of Jack C'ulirt and tuiiHe, wherein. plaintiffS
- -- - - - ----- I ,
.. .. hit, "You're So Indifferent toMe sonville were visitors here la -- --
," as only she can sing It. Thd next four weekly iMNiienWltneHH .
Merrlel Abbott dancers are mar week.Mrs.. R. L. Belle returned to .. my hand and, nffictnlMeal '
thin April
\ t :Mtaike Florida
THEATRE vels of perclslon In several novelty her home In Marianna' Wednesday 4. ID4IOFFICIAt.!, And forget the Rest"Looking !
A after several weeks' visit ( "1\1.) A J. Thomas
STARKE numbers. An t'lerk of mild ('purl.T. r
William Gargan 1 Is a sympathetic here with her brother, E. C. Long Frank indrum, :8tark, Flit 't'r
for Pit 4-7 4t 4-2S
Ally .
"character" who and family.
loves and loses the beautiful Miss Prances T 1 11 K hman of IV Ilin IT ('(11 HT, WH %IIK )III> for a Good Time? ';

Midnight Saturday Marilyn to the Kyser charms and Jacksonville was a week-end (''01 IIIIV.Arthur: r'1'1'. Fl.Ollllltl IX ('IIN4 .

Nat Pendleton will give audiences guest of relatives here. Karl: Meyer Plaintiff' V*. Come to

many laughs In his! role of Mr. and Mrs.T, W. Mai'key and Rose Meyer Defendant. CuHe No, /

nday Monday -- April 30 May 1 a slaphappy pug.BROOKER. Allen Lewis were In Tampa on 3030.onnKn: OF pi'HKirTIOV

business' Friday 'I ""ANn :NOTICR OF (Fr-OltlDA TO APPI.AltMTATIO to: Itoce Maude's Place ,

Mru. O. J. Matt and baby Meyer whose renkleiu-e' In unknown ,
daughter of Raiford are visiting You are requited to appear on '
WI y Minnie Lou Hazen May 8, 1944. In the above named from NCCS-USO ?
DANCE! SINGIT'S relatives here. 'ourt and "1111"., wherein plaintiff Across
SCOUT PARTY Mrs. Rural Duke and childrenof R e e k.. divorce, Bradford County \
Telegraph khnll publish this Older '
JOYOUSl1 Mrs. Cecil Moore Girl Scout Dukes Station were Sunday In next four weekly IfBNiienVllnenn Temple Avenue :

leader entertained the Scouts /guests of Mrs. Earle Green and '\ my hand and officialSeal t
nt Htarke, Florida thin AprilB
: with a party at her home Friday family. fM4OFFHtti! ,
Out-door ( MEAL) A. J. ThomaaAM Beer -
21. t
night April gamc"were '
Clerk of sold Court.
: .1 played and refreshments of Hampton Happenings Itohert II. l \'nran, Jncknonvllle, .
assorted sandwiches and Coca- I"'lit. Ally for Plf. 4-7 4t 4.28 (

1 Cola were served. A very nice fly ,Barbara Horne Good FellowshipWe ;
lTMM (1114'I ir 4 01 HT OF Tlltt
tlmo was reported by all. Mr. and Mrs F. C Wyatt and 11110 M T II jimiiM, (MM'i if. t

: : children of Jacksonville were nieBI'ouB. IOl\TY: I..SWO.. ne.p..p, .. 1",
Miss Madeline Crosby of Waldo 1m.'
week-end guests of Mrs. G. W. PItAOF'Oltn COUNTY a political
was a week-end guest of her par Hinson. xiilidlvlHlon of the Mtnte of 1'Mor- 7i
ents.Mr. Miss Kathryn \Veext of Elizabeth . Petitioner r J
: ,: and Mrs. Raymond Crews N. J., and cousin of Philadelphia vs.WInfurd.
Franklin Klner,
Pa., arrived Sunday on Pefendnnt
the Silver Meteor and will be here NOTICE

K AY to attend the graduating Exer- KMINKNT' DOMAIN IN. pnOCI NilS

ctaes. Her brother, Emory Brown IN THI NAMF: OF THK K.rj s
.t Is member of 'the graduating STATE OF Ft.Ollir { ,
: class. CKRN, AND TO I ,I
's .Miss Ann lIaiE''k of New YorhU Wlnford Franklin Klner whoiiaplace ,
of residence .IK L>ucl" County, f ,
spending her vacation with her Florida
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and And to all person. having or
claiming. any right, title Inlereit,
Mrs West Halek. eotate mortgage or other Hen to or t
s Mrs. Lynn returned Monday on those certain pilri-eln of land {
IG 'In Bradford County Florida, which
evening after a week's stay with are Included In and required 1 for
relatives In Summervllle, Ga. "dralnuu-e of that part of State ;
Itoad 261, dealitnuted all Project,
Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville -
5S21" a. located surveyed and platted
spent the week-end! at homo by the Htute Koail lI"pul'llI1ellt
of the State of Florida, and .Miownhv
Mr and Mrs.\ Geo. Saxon returned right of way map thereof on -

will to Oakland Park Tuesdayof file In the office of the Cleric ot I
When you'rethirsty the Circuit In for
Court and Jirtul-
last week after a visit with
MARILYN MAXWELL WILLIAM GARGAN ford County, Florida, a true copy
relatives. V. J. Wall ace om- of mild map or plat being attached

NAT PENDLETON LENA HORNE or hungry : . panted them home, but returned above entitled to the Petition entice on filed the In lllh the want for
the following day. day of April, A. 1), 11)44) by the a
and wanta Mrs. Mae Sweeney. Mrs. C, L. Hnidford Bounty, a political mih-,
division) of the State of Florida,
and KAY KYSER and His Orchestra May and Mrs. Wm. C. K am merer against you, and each of you, eek-
light, visited their niece, Florrle Gnam: 'log to condemit for nubile road
featuring HARRY IAIBITT SULLY MASON' ISM KASIIUI. snack and highway drnlnnce purposes the ! BIG EVENING !
delicious who has been very ill at St. said parcel' of land ltuate, lying
JULII CONWAY and tau:>>y .IRWIN Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville, and helna I In Ilrudford ('niny, .'
with a minimumof Florida ,und more particularly tlficrlbed < .
but at present Is improving. a* follow.
A.N.D fuss Mrs. Minnie Johns of Green I'sre.l.o. 1
That portion of _
Cove Springs visited Mrs. Wilson KK'4' of NK'/i of Section 27, DRINK-DINE-DANCE

We.Are Proud To Present and bother- May Monday afternoon. Llttlo! Township. IHHH 6 12 South.acre Hana-ft describedas 82Kant

drop into Billy May returned home with Meg-Inning-' Northeast corner
of said SK4! of NK(4( and at
BELLE"he her.We run Went 382! feet! th.necMouth.nsterly .; --- --- ,,
THE MEMPHIS TheSNACK extend our deepest sym- to" point 22R .

pathy to the families of Mr- and bet West of Hr>uth..B.t cornerof '
BAR Mrs. W. M. Slade' aDd Dir and said SFof\ NIl; thence
motion picture industry's proudest offering. Kant: to unction lln": thenceNorth .

dual bombing mission over Germany, filmed in Hotel Bldg. Mrs. J. T. Alderman. lying within to point CO feet of of beginning the survey 1

technicolor Davis line of ditch extension' l left to .

__ _,____u_ _, _ .. -_.._..__..... ....-.._-.-- _, ,_._...... --000 I By Mrs.RISING James Norman Ion log Uoad described l fin.261+ B4 aM of n*ditch Project Hoalnnlnann centerline 6321. Stale.the.... BLANDINGi

i ICiiot boundary of said. :HMVi of j
Mr.. and Mrs Bishop Thomas NM'4 at a point 311 1 feet Month of
the Northeast corner thereof and i
and sons were yls i tin i g Mr.
run South 86 degree 17 minute"
Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mr*. Went 310.n feet; thence "South) 81
Lewis degree. 51 minute Went 103A\ r
Harry Sunday.
feet: thence South 13 degree 59!
M. J. Sapp and little daughter. minute Wet, 1402 feet to the end
Judy, of Lake Butler are visitingMr. of ditch (In Alligator Cr..k)1 mild.
strip of land containing 2.7 acre, BAR
ill and Mrs. James Norman this more or lemt.. i
week. You and each of you are herehy .
commanded to be and appear In
Mrs. Jack Supplant! little twin the Circuit Court In and for Hrad* ...: .
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daughters Marlan&and: Ruth attended ford( County, Florida, at the office -----

Sunday School: at Corinth

Church last Sunday. !

PASS Jesse Thomas of Brooker was J M

HROUGH THESE PORTALS visiting Sunday. Reed and Meade Lewis :? SOLDIERS J

EARTH Mr. and MTM. J. W Norman

HE BEST SOLDIERS ON i were Sunday visiting afternoon.Mrs. 1\[,.... Jack Sapp Enjoy the newest in

Coylee Crosby Is Ill and

we wish her a speedy recovery. I \ sports amusementsBASEBALLBOWLING'

I* rntrrrr fniirr. mi 41)50111/
('0' ,,'r,. Fi.oitmti 1% ('n.t>.
('FII: I'. / \
H. 0IHncrr. Defendant. Cane No. .
Tell YouThe 294:.
,; And They Will ortniOFi OF T'IIRT.lrATIOS-
STATE OF KfKIDA to: Htttllo I \ The Modernized
M. Detllnftrr whose residence l.

v: ":"' P. S. Store Is The $hlby. North are rp rur..llna.You <4tilr. .
: : May 8.. 1944 In th. above nam..dCOllrt (
. and .au.., wherein plaintiff' .
.:. .. k. dlvorco.' llradfnrd County
;" "' T.t..rnph hall "'.hll.h this Unlor at
Place I To Buy In neat four wrfklr. l laeu... -
Witness my hand and official ,
Heal at Btarke Florida, this. April' i

t(, 1141.OFFICIAL.' . SEAL) A. J.
All 'lerk ot .....oJ fourt. ACTION Milkbottle" I.
T. Frank Lmidrum Ktarker! Fla.' r: "The
LARGESTAT STOCK IN STARKE Attr. for Pit. 4.1 4t 4.18

VOTE F0# "

P. S. STORES ALSTON SEALED BB48_ J Located on Call Street Opposite Western Union : I


THE BUS STATION Valuable Merchandise Awards Ladies Always WelcomeI.



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.- TabernacleA next fpur. weekly, Isnue May 29th, 194., In the wherein above pla.ln.named ett I I..* 217 N1. Brawner Went Confer., Jr.. Street whose residence Madison- dent Neldra Case Marie No.TI"''II", .p"ee h.
Wlti and official seal Court and cause
>e*" my hand vlll, Ky. ORDER
I at 2hl. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County I OF PiH r
Starke ,
Florida this April onMay ANO 1 1.' '
II I ... 1 44. Telegraph' hall publish thin Order You are required to appear NOTHT r,. ATrj!{
ELECT beautiful find mi>re "ervlic -
the above clamed STATE "
l issues.Wltloess 1044 ,,
.r. wcheld nt the. T..b..rna"l.1"rilJ.y .(OFFICIAL. haul: T.) A. J. ThomawN In rent four hand weekly and official (....a1III Court 29th and ruse, wherein plain. Marie Thon.pHilu" ,FLului 1 ..\ 'i.{,f
\ Clerk my
; eight' o'clock, whanJleaars of Court.
night at
i t M. L. JOHNS Up..IIO V. TlbblttM and Gordon It. H. Duncan, Jacknonvlile. Florida Wtark, Florida this April 25th, tiff seeksTelegraph shallepubilshrthis. uOr-- Los 4718 Angeles Council 'Ktr . Uk' J t
< .
It luidv wire ordained Intoth. Atty for Plf.. '. 4-ZS 41 5-l I 1944.AslFerlcAof. SKAL J. Thomas der In next four weekly J....ueii.WItiieHH i You mere. r"'IIII,,(,JII','. I ,, HlfJ'I .
.. UoHpcl Ministry by a nelectedKrf - ( Court' Heal May 29th.. 1944, ,, nCd
SHERIFF U(' ttt MlnlMter and Ueaconw. lnitciiT<< ('ol''r. ...t\I..OI... wild IMtarke, Florida' I my hand and this April 24th.t Court andV'a. ,", "I. i,...
K. Perryman Florida
IM ( 11 \N- at Ktaike ''I,
Tlk. Oidlnatlon nerinon wax preached (01 %'I'Y. FI.OIIIMtl 4-28 ft 1-10 tiff Meekn <, 'l
Plf "
' OF BRADFORD( COUNTY by Rev K. Ullmun 1'antor. of <'Kit\. I Atty. for I 44. Telegraph shall'In , "j nic<< I
J. Thomas I""
the Oreen Cove Nuptial Church, minor Bv R. I ,'
Alta Mae Mitchell a ( Fl lerkAof Court. next four w". , 'hi.,
.. und the cloning prayer war offered U: Jenkins, her next Friend Plaln- l"> f'HIM IT (:'OI LIT RII4RFOIIIII I II An ( iiald "I ""U
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hy l Itev II I, I':. CutHhaw, I'axtor'of tiff v.. Uuthrl A. Mitchell De- ,I 4.-IM1VM. KI.OMIWtl H. O. Brown zeal I my j It., ."?
the Baldwin Haptl. Church. Other 30S7. t Ellt.Gertrude, for l'll. -28 4t 6.19IY4)1'1'Y at Htarke. K,, .. ,.,.'hG
HE WILL MAKE YOU A CAPABLE participating were Rev. L. O. fondant OltlEIIOF: Cane No....' I.lj.\TIO-O: I I Tomllnxon B r a w nero I Atty. 27th., 1944.OFFICIAI... Ih""
HamlnKway. Rev. R. J. Domes' Rev. ANI NOTI"'K: TO APPEAR. I Plaintiff v*. Everett. N. Brawner .. rotiiT, "" "FO"O ( SEAL, 1
FEARLESS IMP A R Fred odd. J. T. Quigley, H. 11. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Guthrie Jr., Defendant.' ('nse. No. 8082. "'1.01111'''' I"W"d ('JI" AM Clerk of .alol ,-'?) "J, 1 2\
J Arwood and Clarence Melton.Mr. A. Mitchell, whose residence III''I OKDKK: OF PUBLICATION l'FHY.: Percy 1.. Thonra.. .J" .
Tlbbltt. and Mr. Purdy have Winter, California. 'I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Donald O. Thompson, Plaintiff, vs. Atty.. for Pit. '" kseerlh
:: TIAL & HONEST SHERIFF. been actively entranced In Christian You arc required to appear on I STATE OF' FLORIDA to: Ever. :1
i work a* laymen for a number -
of years, and the ordination --
waN In fulfillment of their. desire.
i Your Vote & Support Appreciated to heroine. ordained MlnlHtr_that E0 t1UL1
t they might be better equipped to ,
1.F carry on their work. The largecongregation CAN/DA TE FOR GOVERNOR
and Interest manlfwut-
'1'. 00---- ...., ..... -,-..-.- -.------.- ..... ._,,-,-:. ..d. attested to the popularity ot I I RgaNN GPPCNURCM PISDtK HI5
the Candidate. A I / TWO SOWS TMCV Wia TUR*
Sunday evening the Tabernacle '. FROM WAR TO A GRtATSRANDMOUt / 9I

{ i: : LOUIS SHAFKIN. croup member were. who of privileged the showed i'ocket to picture TeetamentLeague hear. tw of I I''' 1 ;f WHITIO FLORIDA. +

''I'" ')"K' the army camp they had ,visited
:'1 .7 J ;" Candidate For and told Interestingly of Die' work
of distributing. TeHtament and ofservices e
.1 '." '. I held with the Uoldlern. At (
the clone of the service the sacred "OSrNLL l'A/Tale 4 uaa. Aw
: ;\ Justice of The Peace Kite of RaptlMm were administered ? f \
: to two young people who had prevIoiiNly HIGN WI! yN Ytlbl
made a profession of faith IDA "rtew
and asked for Haptlnm.. V
SUCCESSFUL The following changes have been yfUTEDU.S.M.C1910Mw
made In the Sunday afternoon *er.MCCH .YS616a10IDAEIGN pary
BUSINESSMAN at the Tabernacle: The Soldier ] VOpra selgt
Hour has been changed from INFIAAIDA3FDAQrSt
r ,{ :2 I'. M.. to 4 P.M., and Rlhle
Hcbnol, will be held-ax formerly-
at 3 P. M. .
The'public III cordially Invitedto
111 .services at the Tabernacle.

: t I 'rt
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\o'rl'l0. I\TKTIO TOIIKtllMTKU
HIGHLYQUALIFIED.. 1, ie {' saa3 ....."I'.TIOl'fA! ...1-:
+ 1 Notice I I. hereby given that the
undersigned under the provisions.
eMsF of Chapter 209S.I: Laws of Florida.
Act of 1941, will register. with the tpe
iIN Clerk of the Circuit Court In and 11 t I
for Bradford County Florida the
r. fictitious name of J.II.A. Distributor
.,. under which 1 am engagedand
ENDORSED BY doing business at Jo':. Call St.,
Htarke Bradford County. Florida.Hald r EFAFSENT0AAS6A0
CIVIC LEADERS' business I I.. owned by: Joseph COUNT' I" .
II. Arnold, Pox lai, Starke, Fla. ryyfll7 ......... .. eTAn LIGI5I.A1UU. (LlCM.AWISOR/ .STJOUPIS'CCWMTVCOMMISSIOHIRS
Dated this 28th day of April FtFNAIDINA.lerO I tail IyUAMI MAYOR OR fOR MANf TUKS
*: it ; Florida.1044. at Htarke' Bradford County iT.ASaYiI1NR.y29.'k.,r qrEIIJDORiLJ0Ya9WitAGMep/N1IF -

l\" ('IllV1I'r ,'ol'It'r' III!.\DFOHU'l'
' P.+'. RESPECTED fKHV.Norman f"<" "\. \', l-I.OIIIDtl C'HA\- Elect ,Frank D. Upchurcft Governor Of PIELECT'

( HONEST W. Halfhlll. Plaintiff, V*.
HIGH CHARACTER : Helen Veil Halfhlll Defendant.
;, Cane No. 3086.ORDIOR -- .
STATE: OF PtxmiDA to: Helen
; Hell Halfhill whose residence UConnellHVllle
LOUIS SHAFKIN I'enimylvanla.
I You are required to appear on
I I May 29th 1944, In the above mimed .
II' Candidate For Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
[ seeks divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish thin Order LEX GREEN
In next four weekly lioiueK.WltneN .
Justice of The Peace I .* mv hand and official Kent
L at Itt4 Htarke' Florida, thin April 2Sth,

y7 ;I (PaM By Friend) A(OFFICIAL* Clerk of 8RAT said Court.T. ) A.. J. Thomas '

Frank Ijandrum Htarke, Florida !
- -----.-..... -, ----y Atty. for PIC. 4.28 4t S-19 GOVERNOR *

y1 00_ OJ 1 ., ...... .... UI .. -,- .. ..L..... _.L_ _....!>, i\" tiiiriiT Cot... niitnponnMattle
' 4 'f'nl''W'I'FI.OltlUA'' I:. NAeH
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!' EVERY BRANCH OF tirace Sutton Hoard. Plaintiff -
V*. Joseph Stephen. Hoard Defendant. .
Case No. S076
Stephen Hoard whose residence IK, leJ

kl, at, n:DuranceH. Cape MOM May 3rd Class New. ,Jersey U.S... .a. SO 715, Jf.JJeu; rJe ac \\vancenu\\\\\

You are required to appear on
May 29th 1944. In the above namwd -
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
seeks divorce. and Maiden namereetored. *
Bradford County Telegraph f
C. WALL e shall publish this Order In '. ,. ,
". '
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4'',. Agency Ii"
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Constant Service Over 50 Years Age 16 to 35 f '. . .
S I I r.

M'r a To be trained as .. ,t..'.' ,". , 4
..' ." '.I "
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED r: ,
Telephone OperatorsAt '
1 !' :
may '
/ .
I Camp Blanding

ADS And Starke


' WANTED SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually I Good pay while learning{;
tllI..I.-M'. Bertha Pearve, 303V.
( Listings. on apartanenU, hexes or \ : MadlMon. St. 4.7 4p8TUAYED ( Intel-pitting work.Vacation $>*.:

RP bonie for rent, located within 20 -One dun-colored run-, with pay.

mile of Starke marked crop, half fleur-de-II, No experience npceniuiry.Lllnj .
each ear; one yearling; steer,
: 119 East Call Street> while fare, marked iitvallow fork Hcrommcxlatlons 9.i&
croMH. nick nne*' ear, other ear available.
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor wallow fork, half 11"\1-de-iIM.
Mark In one ear eaten out by I P
LIJi IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, screw worms. Reward. Notify Apply 9 \. M. to S P. M.
Popiile griffin
d milk cows, stock cows, beef cat.tie Lawlyy. 4.21 2tp 110 :Madison St., Starke, Fla. .

e'I' stock bulls or hogs get in WANTED bcdroom TO house UtlY In-Htarke.One story All orpart 3- SOUTHERN BELLTELEPHONE

touch with J. D. Odom, Jr, va"h. lit. 2, Hox 680 Rtarke.
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake 4.21 alp CO. ;
"I City; Telephone 481 Lake City. FUIt SALK-SI hen.*, good layer .
Auction market every Tuesday G.Write Box 445 or phone 17 ring { I

Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs It V h '
111 Y
Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44 FOR SALE IU\SO-O.\I'I.y-nel1ull.l : f
furnlHhed home on lake, also
\bA Two story two bath, clt- I \

( run fruit. shrubs. and 200-ft ceil GOV E R o Rc
tepede grnse Inwn.-M. Wood- ''
a WANTEDGirls ward. Keystone Height itp'
? \STRAYED-FJrnwn mule. weighs be. I
tween 800-90U, II,,., brand left', .Congressman-at-Large-2 Years,
to train in an hli. Pleaiie.. notify SIrs H. A. ''
i Radon U. ". Del., Starke. Up '
essential industry i KOR HALT.-1918 t'h..vrol"t.-Jllm.* 1 VOTE FOR Congressman-2nd District=-18 Years

Petersen, Iark... it ,

jttl f Western Union will train jTliooM County Judge-Bradford .
d\i.tItT3luNT-let: Lt. and County Years' F
i wife, no children or pets. % >
< for an important job. lliookxlde 'arm. H\<, rnl. east i
you J'arke on. He..Ment Roud. Mr. I I.. 't t : Member, Speaker pro teft1Fla.House Repres.ntctiree I I.i

The next class of Western - ..---. tf' .
FOIt SALC-One Iron .sate. double
.i .
doom, 5".j ft. tall. Chief Clerk-Florida House
Union operators will open and comblniition In Inside perfect door con {, '.. of Representatives

i dition. $100 f.o.b. l..a w '.-F. R s r T
in Gainesville, Ga., on May Carradlne, Lantey Fla. it r Assistant Chief Clerk--Florida House of Representativ

FOR HALH -Modern 8-room bunga.
1st. Pay while learning. low with bath and electricity.
Completely,; furnUhed. One mile; Messenger-Florida House of
east of Stnrke nn BeHHont Road
Apply Immediately to manager Inquire Jerry ;Moore, ', Xtaike..

4-88:\. BtpSTRAYK1 Lawyer
Western Union I > -One spotted sow with- r 1
wallet under throat, one black
't. 4 lick )I':sssx; both marked right Teacher-Vice President Florida
} ear crop split, left ear crop split I Educational Association
'ii MATTRESSES RENOVATED under bit.I If found pleaxe
i furniture upholstered. Drop usa "y John I (,. lljrrix. Starke." ;t'no: !
{ .
9 ----- ___.p Farmer
rt card. Hastings Mattress Co., _

+"+ Palatka: Fla. 2-13 lOtp 4.21
1 WILL PAY CASH a Born, Bradford County; Florida
CHICKS-New HamvKttlre RtHlM ant February 10, 1892
./ Bhnrnx., every Friday. Last
, ( k hatch April 28. V. H. approval -'i-v
? 7 and tented for polloruin. W A DIN .
% IIATCtlBltY, 2 ml. north. of For Small HouseIN
h Waldo. 4-" Sty

14{I PERMANENT own Permanent WAVE with, 5!Charm-Kurt>:o'! Ur your. I STARKE Arthur R. McRae !tU 4k/if xpefienc* and ,.JJlnli' Jnfyrlfy. Warrant ih9

'l Kit.Easy! Cumplete 40 to do curler, absolutely equipment.and harinlmM.Pratwi shampoo Including . MUST 11.\ v E MODERN {J Twenty In School Year Experience Work Promotion of oLex Qreen to governor 0151ol'JII

**] by thouMiintlM lucliidlnir' C'ONVKNIENCEH.: ANY I
Kay McKenile, irlamnrfHiM iituvleKtttr .
1 Money refunded If not wat* FAIR UK.AL CONSIDER. -


FOR SALE-3-room house with. ;SATURDAY
running water, elnrirlilty .".1 APRIL 29. AT IOP.M. *
.. + .rU bath. Karicaliit' Join I WRITE AT ONCE I. T.9:30 P. M. TUESDAY

4't Iload Carter, Maxvllle at Mlddtehurg-W., Kla.3B Zip H. BOX 431-A, STARKE I RELIABLE MAY 8, AT 10 A. M. OVER STATIONS WRUF WFTL '* WD J.
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