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: May 12, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04862
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Recreation or Trading Camp Blending Center and BRAD' mRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: Sweetest This Home Side Strawberries of of Heayen the

Official County Publication Established 1877

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mdidatescpress, I Most_ 'Appealing'" I II Bad Breaks I WAC RecruiterS I Vacation I r USO Associate No Word From I

Thanks Deal K. 0. To Bible School Missing Girl ::


Voters vt Berry SeasonHaving Starts MondayThe Since Saturday

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L \oters of Bradford County:: : very slim acreage to ., Vacation Bible School of Regardless of radio broadcasts t

accept my thanks and begin with and buffeted by excessive the Presbyterian and Episcopal and a general effort on the part, .

lease Churches will\ open Monday morn of locol and state f
support aides rain and late cold. Brad AI police the
; .
you S 1Mu
tltude I ing at 9 o'clock at the First iYV search for Mamie
LouvenU Klll-
: :
whereby: y-u re-elected me ford County's strawberry seasonhas tz I'
ja 7tle ; Presbyterian Church 350 North Ingiworth', 13-year-old daughter lY f
for anotber (
almost *
County "taken the
count" although
l' that there q I Cherry St The school will run of Mr and J. K. Kllllngsworth of 4\
1 Let me assure you : a few berries are still for two weekclosing
continue to be run, as ; Friday Maxwell who disappeared from \
will being sold to night, May 26. The Rev Fred
for your benefit and truckers who haul ? I Starke Saturday night has been "

the past Interest of the couny.E. them to nearby towns and cities. Yerkes. Charles H. Allen and\ unsuccessful.The .
| m. best I Grover Allison will be directors. v.vj
K. Perryman No refrigerator cars or trucksare girl brown eyed brunette
being loaded at this time, will be n fine group ofteachers about 0 feet, 6 inches tall\ wa ,

since I to handle all young, poo- wearing a red dress when she was. '"
wish to express my deep ap- volume is too small. A few p pie who participate In this
for the fine vote reed weeks of favorable weather might ,a I last seen heie.According I
elation school All who
wish to take advantage
\' by me at the polls last bring about a slight "comeback" 1 I to her slater.! Ida ,
are encouraged an.In\
May age 14, tho girls accepted'an \
Ik in re-election
resulting my County Agent L. T. Dyer states vited no matter what denomin
from WAc recruiter Sgt. Evelyn ,I' Invitation from a soldier to go
County, Commissioner I Mary Ellen Rockwell, 15-monlh- that the recently established" ceil- ation. j Milts Ideas U. Spanner Is associated to the movies. During the show f!
duties ,
continue toye Carlisle resumed her
!rici 3, 1 I old daughter of Cpl. and Mrs. T, ing price Is about 16 cents per at the post office lust Thursdayafter The program, will bt well bal I with the USO. Temple and I II the older girl' told her sister that
of county ;
the people my ; pint cup, but that It does not r
district to the best of my W. Rockwell, was chosen "mostappealing" affect growers In this section, spending a furlough with anced with worship, study, notebook I Washington Sheets representing IIhft and the soldier were "going
I in the contest held work
husband manual out for awhile" but would return
her serviceman at their
since the the USO-NJWH. MH Spannel''has
Buty I May 6 at the USO Club operatedby quality of fruit at pres- home In Wisconsin l nits and recreation. The school 'I for her She has not been seen
-J. L. Wynn the YVCA.Photographs ent is too poor to warrant top has been fortunate in securing Nerved our armed forces. In since.

of 21* babies, all prices ..W" "Because of the great importance Ihe assistance of two Army wives the lean of Ft. Dix Camp

Please accept my thanks for related to men stationed at Camp I
,> splendid vote you gave de-me Blanding. were posted on the bulletin New Barbecue Pit war work, the War Department who with their artistic talentsare Clellan. New RectorAt
J first primary. While
the board and voted all has enlisted the aid of the Motion ; directing the handcraft.
on by Put Into ServiceAt Working with our forces Is not
think the princl-
Jited. I still A picnic Is planned for Friday
persons entering the building on Picture Industry'to conduct a new to her since she is a "veteian
i I stood for prevail. USO-NCCS Club noon of the first week. All parents St. MarksThe
-0. J. Phillip Saturday.Cpl. recruiting campaign in conjunc- who can come me urged to of \\01'1.1'ur I", having served

Rockwell plays the drums second In the American Red Cross and
tion with the
National annlvergaiyof
Family Week pio- bring: their cars and sandwiches
in the 182nd Band and came to the Army Nurse Corps In France
i take this opportunity to thank claimed: by. President Roosevelt" Is of Corp Sgt Carlisle an- for their own children. The pic- Sunday. morning! service at
had rich In
She IIIIH a experience
in 1942 with the 30th
iii foi loyal vote and sup- Blanding nic will be licit! Lnke
your at KlnRsley St Mark's
nounced KptHcopal Church will
2. and, Division. Mra. Rockwell Is making belrj celebrated at St. Edward'sChurch yesterday."All various. fields. of trnclul work and
In given me on May Details: will be given later bo conducted tho Grover
i by pov.
were defeated. I am her home in Starko with their: and at tho USONCCSClu'j I women \who want this war It! an active member of the
i if we Alison, who with hn bride the\
to be won and who want to share: can Legion 'the Woman's "
fairI attractive daugher : I AI1Wrl-\\
Ippv: 'o say we waged a Wednesday: and Friday USO To Observe former Miss Verglnla Thomas of
should in the victory are urged to attend flon Service League,
| I dean campaign and evening by religious ceremoniesat Gainesville residents at thoRl'ctJlI'y
their favorite theatre. Ameilcan AHinclutlon of Social
winnerItmild Mothers' With
returned the
Durham Elected
hiv: .
i 0 followed confer-
ra., by
p. week of May 11 through/ 17 Woikers"Capt.,
and would have given! our St. Mink's. congregation: I.1
ences on family life. The compelling recruiting appeal Open House EventOn
"ple the same kind of service. By error in last week's paperit ( I particularly fortunate at n time

palt thanking you. I wish to was stated that G. W. Durham Cn Tuesday evening, there was made by Lionel lUirymorc will ." S. A. Bryan when young clergymen havo been
realize ful- Mother's servicemen
help women to' more Day.
w, hope there will be anoth- a daaco at which three award) I mado tho to ho
scarce by war
and James Patray would, enter th& Died Thursday A. M. ,
ly that it 1 1st within their power to and their families and friends are :
day Respectfully, wcro made oae to the most favored with Mr. Allaon'8 .
second primary for the office of ; l help shorten the war," Sgt Carlisle Invited to an open house anil appointment
-W. Mitch EdwardsTO Justice of Peace, District One. beautiful girl, one to the most stated musical program from 3:00: to After a prolonged; I Illness. i In making tho appointment

my friends who voted forTi This was incorrect, as Mr. Dur- charming, anJ one to the most 5:30: p. m at the USO Club on "Cnpt" S. A. Bryan aged 33: i the Right Reverend
Frank A. Juhan of FloeIda
supported me In the 'recent ham won over both opponents In gracious. Thoso chosen were: Sketching'' ClassesTo Temple and Washington. Host. died at 11 o'clock Thursday morn- Bishop
I was moved as well by the
Jimary. I offer sincere ap- the first primary : eases for the afternoon will bo of hU ,
I my :Miss Grace Green, most beauti- Start ing ut the home daughter Increasing needs<< of tho pariah
MondayAt the members of the Woman's Service
|>elation. Although not succesa-. possible, your vote on May 23.Thanking : ful; Mrs. Rosalie. Herzog, moat Mm. A B. %William, In tho Magnolia congregation, as by the opportunities
the chairmanof
for the Organization
|l I I. we cooperate
may USO On Walnut
I He had been resident provided for ministrationto
for these favors Hotel. a -
you ,
charming and :Mrs.
1st Interests of the schools ofle Betty Schoen- which la Mrs. Carl Knight.
I am-Yours,.most sincerely *4 of Btarke for mono than SO 'the personnel of the Armed
county. Thank you. Arthur R. McRae kaltz most'
-M. B. Futch two arc Army wives. last Thursday Mrs. R. T. Ray- presented under the direction :of years The Wardens and Vestry of st.Mark's .

|With deep gratitude to thoseo I wish to thank the citizens of I Thursday, May 11, the barbe- born was awarded a USO pin In Cpl. Anthony Giedrnltls who has Funeral services will be held bespeak for Mr and Mrs.

this County for the confidence and taught music, done radio work In afternoon In the Methodist Alison fullest affection. and
voted for me In the first cue pit was opened in back of the recognition of over 150 hours of Saturday the
malice salsfaction in my work that you Recreation Hall of the Club, and I I Chicago directed n 800-volce church.Tabernacle. cooperation of the faithful of St
and with no or I
Imary volunteer service at the USO club
have expressed on my behalf by choir at the Chicago World'sFair i Mark's well its friends. of
I ask the Mayor Charles A. Darby officiated as as
will toward anyone in the not getting opposition for me in at the opening. operated by the YWCA Mrs. I Il I and written and presented Starke The Reverend Fred Yerkes -
of all friends
pport my this year's primary.I On '. E. Robin and Mrs. Emil Mar- four musicals and a cantata, "The will continue as assistant. to
Let'sake the out-
fcond primary. May 23. really do appreciate this and same evening an. Story of Christmas". At present Mr. Alison In to the church
} it a complete victory forE door tennis tournament was con- zetz also received pins on the A special service dedicated to II
will try to show my appreciationby Cpl. Gledraltls Is Camp Blandlng '" the full ministration that has so r
Sparks, candidate for Coun- ducted among many local boys" completion by each of them of Lt. Col. Mothers will Be held Sunday,
and assistant to
In which I discharge organist
the of
manner long been the cherished desire
May 14, at the Gospel Tabernacle.An .
Superintendent of Public In- who constantly use the USO-
the duties of the office.I CO hours of service Mrs. T. H. Carter, Post Chaplain. One fear its people.
liuction. NCCS courts. Among those unusual feature will be mothers I
trust that my services will be par- Lopeman, Mrs. V. F. Young Mrs. ure of this program will be a and
und Bonn and mothers
-S. E. Sparks ticipating were: Billy CoLson
the Girl's Service
so satisfactory that any future Charles Parker, Bobby Biggs, Olin Wanda Kallson and Mrs. Marzetz chorus from daughters taking part on the Rites Held ThursdayFor
of the Club,
Organization composed -
11 wish to express my deepest campaigns that I might have the White, Bobby McRae, Jerome were on the same occasion electedto program together. Some hereto-
of Wanda Pearce Patricia Mrs. J. H. LordMrs.
predation for the loyal voted pleasure of making, will be made Johns, Bobby Turner, Lyle Anderson the Army Wives Council, to Keen, Lorene Moncrief,, Esther fore unused talent will bo in evi

support given me on May 2 without opposition. Thankingyou and John Anderson. An replace retiring,members. MJckle Se- dence. A cordial welcome Is ex- Eva Billings Lord died
Crews Lora Crews Virginia
) the North Starke Precinct for again, I amYoura
most sincerely, award was! presented at the end Lopeman. Vera Driskell Helen well, and Melba Stringfellow. tended to all.Christian. at her home here early Monday

-election as County Commis- by Berkeley Bell, former Davis Cr.ajkowskl, and Winnie Bieder- 8 after '
morning a painful
Wanda Pearce will sing a duet May ,
E. W. Hayes, Tax AssessorI
oner District 2. -
man formed the' committee which
Cup Champion. ChurchThe ,
1 with Cpl. Gledraltls, and also K heart attack. Although she had
In-as-much as I lacked only 13 desire to express my most Around the tennis courts and prepared and served the lunch. solo. Other participants will be no relatives living in the state

tea of having a majority over gracious thanks to the voters of outdoors) many participated In On Friday the Outdoor Girls Pvt. Lillian Little, an accordionist Rev. W. M. Rumebaum of she was carefully nursed by her I

Y two honorable opponents ,I Bradford County who so loyally other outdoor activities such as Club which meets weekly at who has done radio and con- Albany Co., will preach at the friends who loved and apprecl.aed .

before the voters In the 2nd supported me and contributed to basketball, volley ball and bad- 10:30.: made an expedition to cent work; Cpl. Norma Polder Christian Church Sunday mornIng her many fine qualities of

'ilmary. May 23, and I respect- my nomination for Sheriff In the minton. A number of card tables Kingsley Lake for swimming and and Pvt. Dot Bauman, soloists' who at 11 o'clock and Sunday heart and mind.
fly solicit the continued
[ sup- Primary Election on May 2. I were set up for those who were sunbathing.Miss have done choral work; and Mrs. Mrs. Lord was 79 years of age,

6-ctors!<>rt and vote of the qualified shall do my best to fulfil every bridge and pinochle enthusiasts.All Sara K. Reed, director, Wilfred Schroder, a concert viol- evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday born Aug., 1888. She had lived

1 on that date. obligation of the office. joined in refreshments from returned this week after attend, .inist. Pfc. MacGruder, who hAS School 10 a. m., Morning Worship In Starke for many years and

Having served as Couny Com- Respectfully yoursA. the barbecue pit. All peoples of ing a USO refresher course heldin I done radio work will be master ofceremonies' 11 a. m., evening Worship was an active member of the
for over nine years, Ihi O. Andreu the community were invited. New Orleans.Scene 8pm. Everybody welcome Baptist church and wUl be greatly

that I am qualified to servee _.
----------- - -- mimed In the work of the Wo-

Interest of the people in an an's Society and

Efficient e to do manner to the best, and of this my I ability prom- Health UnitBy Ts Appealingwas I On Mo Lher Baby C(finzc Days She other was departments Missionary a member of of the usefulness.Rebeccas -

re-elected to the office.L. a division of the Odd, Fellow
L. ConnerI Mary Jo Kent sent by the U. S Public I| tain's wife just leaving by another I afternoon. At these meetings Dr. persons as Midwife Essie Holland organization and held a medalof

t'Health Service to Bradford and door. Abrams: sits: In the midst of the who's an old hand at the baby

wish to thank the voters of Two rows of perambulators Clay Counties 11 months ago to At a nod from the doctor a group cigarette in hand, to con- business having brought count- award for merltorius service.

mth Starke and Theressa fore parked at the door of the Clay- bring their people a unique com- pretty young thing about 20 years duct a symposium on all the less plcklnlnnlea to Bradford The funeral was held Thun.layalternoon
Health Unit on at three o'clock, at the
l splendid vote you gave men Bradford County bination of specialized professional old comes In to address him li practical problems of the baby County, many expectant mothersIn

May 2, and to you who did Church St. Identified the day as skill, visionary Insight and the a slow-low voice. She's fresh In business. scattered places are urged to home of the deceased on Wen
of the Madison St. The Rev. A. E.Lljfhtt'oot .
i Ot t vote for me, I assure you rold Thursday, the morning sort of practicality that a chic play suit. her wellbrushedbob .UK OK INFORMALITY visit the Clinic where the health
homo'I'I conducted] the service
no ill feeling and will do mother-baby clinic-a generou folks. understand and just touching her soft staff gives each a complete ex-
offered to all, Here mothers learn such thing and composed of Mrs.Ethel .
,y best in any way that I can ; and efficient service pediatrician placed in the highest shoulders She stands with bare amination which omits no detail. a quartette

or the best interest of the school both natives and newcomers, who brackets of the medical world by baby under her, arm, wanting to as how to lake a temperature or M\NV OTIIKIt SERVICES! Biggs Mr. and Air. L. O.

not only In my district, but he will avail themselves of it. his contemporaries. Dr. Abram weigh him on the Clinic's beam- how to prepare Pablum for the Powell and John Powell sang two '
Once there most patients return -
ounty as a whole. Thankingau In waiting rooms just Inside is clever enough not to have got- balance scale. baby's 10 o'clock feeding. Questions numbers. ,

again, I am, a pot-pourri of babies lay cradledIn ten so far away from the spirit TIPS OX FORMULASThere are asked and suggestions for periodic check-ups. and Interment was In the family
of their moth- exchanged In the Informal manner for additional Information on howto plot In Crosby Cemetery, with
Yours very trulyJ. the curved arms of the horse and buggy day doc- Is a constant whirr of

E. BrownI ers, while an occassional "spare" tor with his battered bag of pillsto activity as Dr Abrams hurriedlyyet that has perhaps been responsible care for themselves and their PeWItt Jones in charge of ar- (

tottered uncertainly at her side, make him unapproachable by with unhurried calm-IH for the success of this babies. rangements. Pallbearers were: A.

wish to thank the citizens of a little envious of the new arri his patients' quality of unllm- called repeatedly from consultation Important supplement to the Although one of the more im- J. Thomas G. Powell. Blanchard j ,

'radford County ,for the nomination val. ted worth la a spot like the to examining room and back regular service of the mother- portant phases of the health pro- Law, E. W. Hayes, John Powell

for Clerk of the Circuit There was a pleasant feeling of Health Center. again. Nurses are busy with baby clinic. gram here, this interest In ma- and R. J. Davis.

ourt for the ensuing term, and about the place as LET THE BABY CRY whooping cough and diphtheria In fact It Is just another of ternal and Infant welfare has Relatives surviving Mrs. Lordare

shall endeavor to merit the fav- cordiality mothers adjusted their bundles soothers Dr. Abrams U not afraid to shots. Volunteers scribble down the successful ways. and means constituted only one of the many : a slater, Mrs. Charles: H.
r and confidence shown me by could get a full view of say what he thinks even if it be the individual formulas for spec- that Dr. Abrams Is constantly other health services accomplished Smallwood, Traverse' City. Mich.,
lv'nsr' a full service to Interest more women by this unit. Dr. Abrams. and A brother, H. E. Billings, of Virginia
of contriving
measure the baby and pass out the customary something like this: "There'snothing ial feeding, and everyday care .
t Respectfully compliments, punctuated wrong with your baby, that the doctor pours forth with problems
-A, :J. Thomas Invariably with exclam: a t Ion Mrs. Doe. The matter is with the speed and smoothness of a themselves and for the coming good work In the field of venereal here Wednesday to attend

I you. Take him home and. let him P38.A generation and to reach them with disease control, health education. lister's funeral.
wish to thank the voters of points. Is Inoculations, food Inspection, surveys -
information that
the sort of
radford A BUSY MAN cry until he gets tired enough to brief lull during which the
County for the splendid in such In a subtle Jok, conduwlve to progress In the on hookworm and tuberculosis Revival'MeetingBeginning i
uPport out guarded quit", and to say it a doctor wedges
that in the The mothers passed children's clinic,
you gave me of the Health Center crippled
by a frightened program
that Mrs. Doe "minds thedoctor" lit Interrupted
imary of May 2. I deeply ap- information with a who knowing way with only a hint of re- mother who rushes in with: Another of the newer services school health Inspections and gen- ) at 3 o'clock in the afternoon -

"clate all you did and said In air to those women were"expecting" young that her husky, small of the Clinic Is a series of special eral sanitation and health.In Sunday, a series of revival -
sentment.He the news
in turn
ly behalf. During the few and they, of then hurried on to his next son has swallowed a cigarettebutt. classes, devised by the Health fact, an inclusive report on meetings will be held la a t

onths since the announcement of drank it up to the last drop Unit and directed by Mrs. EVa\ the activities Of the ClayBradford tent t on the grounds back of the '
and problem. A colored .
and patient
ly candidacy, I have truly en-! detail with serious ear eye. smiles treats the J. Haroutonlan Field Nurse for County Health department Union Bus Station. After the first I
and mot'i-' gal comes, into the consultation DAbrams
eyed meeting the people of our I All babies, mothers waited to see room. She's wearing a coy look baby, soothes the anxiety of he midwives. The classes are plan- during recent months might easIly meeting, services will begin on I

Bounty nd talking with old friends en of babies-to-be hub of the and a starched tell-tale smock mother-for he Is as much n ned to give up-to-date Informa- evolve into a long and satisfying each evening at 8 o'clock. ;

making new ones. Your con- Dr. Irving R. Abrams, and Brad- but she has a flippant scarlet psychologist as medical man- tion and Instruction on obstetricsto ""ucce_ atory". The authorof The revival Is sponsored by j I"

m imam support In the second pri- health wheel in Clay the man who feather In her hat. Dr. Abranu and urges her to Join the weekly licensed midwives who must that story Is Dr. Irving R. Rev. I..7. Oliver of Tallahassee. ;
arty win be ford Counties Sand alleviatethe Abram (R), United Superintendent of the Florida ;
highly appreciated. Health Clinic turns to her with as much Inter gathering of mothers and women be premed Into service to Surgeon .
>To those of you who did not makes the Starke Mt soda enthusiasm as he dis- Infantlclpating that Is held at the shortage of physicians In this States Public Health Serviceman -a Conference of the Pentecostal

ote for me on May 2, I ask St. USO Thursday section. Through such competent with a twinkle in his eye. a Church.
toward Walnut
>our careful consideration and If clAck.native Chicagoan Dr. Abrams played a Blanding Cap- I every p I


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THE- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Red Cross Staff i I| FLA.By.STATE E. R. Bouvier FARM pital.home condition Sunday All are from Is glad much Riverside to know improved Hos-that I By WOODLAWN Mr*. Myrie Kafute! j meeting Ices 10:30: (8 m.m.7 p m Young,K;" ",'0'p a'.

Mills Kathryn Reid, of Lawtey, Miss Eunice Wilkerson of
Established 1877E. NEW AKIVAt and are hoping now for a quick 1\lrs.'; Mamie Norman
of thislocal the week-end
Home Service Secreutary Jacksonville spent ; ?
I Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dollar >f sonville was ,
_______ _____ Red Cross Chapter, will brain recovery with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. vsitm: 111... pkBrowning
I- Matthew! u Editor anvil<< OwnerURMCIIIPTLON Cairo, Ga. announce the arrivalof J. L. Williams Is visiting hU! : last week.
office in
the Red Cross L. Wilkerson. eno
an 11-pound daughter on Sat- son, John E. Williams In Miami. I Mr. and Mrs.
$ RATE Armory for the remainder of this Services each Sunday at the LeWIS,
urday, May 6.' Mia. Dollar Is the Mrs. R. H. Tyson left Mondayto p.atu.tl1
Yearly 91.73; Six Months, $1.00 month, substituting for Mrs. Bessie former Marguerite Hunt and sho visit Mrs. H Luck In Jacksonville Woodlawn Baptist Church. Wor- I little daughter we,,. ?xn .
Burns, Executive Secretary, and her husband are former resIdents for the week. ship at 11 a, m., Sunday School I Jacksonville last week UI'
Published \\wkly on I'riilujN and Entered an Second Class! Matter who is vacationing with relatives -'
I of the Farm. Mrs. H. L. Parker has gone toDaytona
in Texas
Florida. -- ---
at the Post Office at Starkp
to visit her sister, Mrs
Volunteer workers who are assisting The monthly meeting of the WE CAN USE MORE ,
W. H. Byne, who still continues PULPWOOD
: at this time are Mrs Community Club was held Tues-
Christian Mcrtenaen, Mrs. Ruth day afternoon Mrs. C. M. Turney very ill. WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
UNCLEJOE'S Morse, Miss Sylvia Morse, Mrs presiding, Miss' Vivian Fowler of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite were CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Sue McQuiston and Mrs. Georgia Lake Butler gave all Interestingtalk called to Cairo, Ca.. Sunday af-
Vallery. on Red Cram work. Mrs. B. ternoon because of the critical FERNANDINA, FLA.
Herohfleld and Mrs. Dave Skol- Illness of Mrs. Kite's sister,
School Board MetAt nik, hostesses, served tempting, Mrs. E F. Dollar. r -4, '- -
refreshments. Spring flowers add Little Irma Jean Godwin daughter I FUNERAL DIRECTOR

a regular meeting of the ed brightness to the club room. of Mr. and Mrs John Godwin My Many Year-Experience Makes It Pomiibl for Me to ReIl4lt i
By J. L. IIAURELL Board of Public Instruction last Mrs. J. M. Hembree has returned had the misfortune to break an EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
week the following business was from a week's visit with arm a few days ago. I MODERATE: PRICES "
transacted: her parents-n! -law, Mr. and Mrs.J. Sea. 2-c L A. Wiggins, now I
The Uncle Sam and others! its ? When the present conflict DeWITT C. JONES '
way It was agreed for V. R. Ferguson C. Hembree In Charleston, S. C. of Jacksonville Naval Base, visited I'
are using a combination of let- Is ended, let's start preparIng Vocational teacher, to h1l'etwo friends here Sunday. Starke, Florida ,
ters for everything from the AAFto Mrs. J. It. Robinson is spend- ,... ...... ..... I
WAC all balledup for the next one. If we're : boys at $2 a day to help ing several days In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. S. P. V. Martllng - - - '"' ow ---J
the me
ready and waiting-chances arewe'll with the construction of the Vo of Melrose were Sunday dinner
at times. For Instance, the as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

letter "V" usually stands for Vic- never have to fight It. We I cational The Board Agriculture approved building.the use ofa. Everett Robinson. Griner.Mr.guests. of Mr. and Mrs M. E. [ FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY: RIDE I
,iry and In most Instances "D" could have prevented the presentone Miss Louise Tucker of Braden-
I school bus for transporting 4-H and Mrs. A O. Corbett and
used to designate Department if we'd been for ton has returned home after a
just prepared FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
Jacksonville Sun-
Club boys to camp and back this children of spent BUSSESFOR
ut jumping at conclusions like visit with her cousins, Mr. and '
It. Hitler and Tojo may be as big 'I summer providing the approvalof day with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
tat has caused me to darn near: Mrs. J. L. Williams for a week. COURTEOUS CORRECT
fools as we say they are, but the ODT can be obtained.A Robinson.Mrs. INFORMATION
hake a bigger fool of myself Mrs. P. D. Fancher was brought I I J. Williams and children PLEASE PHONE 147
than I really am. neither would have been sucker I resignation was received from I
week with
several last
spent days
Mrs Mabel Wall Music
I got It Into my muddled head enough to tackle Uncle Sam witha County Intendent to write all district : Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hewitt in I
that all this V. D I've been Supervisor. trustees Inviting them to he June ,
large, well-trained Army at his Lake City. UNION BUS STATIONLACY
reading and hearing about stood, It was decided to pay each dell- meeting:, at which time the openIng -
for Victory Department, and- command! Even a Republicanwould gate to the FEA meeting in Daytona dates of all schools will be Metal Rim Tags, 2-hole Per. CONWAY, Agent
wishing to show my neighbor have more sense than that! $7.50 as part payment of set. Trustees unable to attend forators and office supplies of all
l that I was patriotic decidedto And In the meantime, if you're his expenses. the meeting are asked to send In kinds at Bradford County Tele Temple Ave. Starke, Florida
join up. However, Just beforeI 4-F (not because of old age) and The Board requested the Super- a written request. graph.

reached the place where I wai want to find. out why you are, ----
told the V. D officers held forth. don't hesitate a minute. Visit the
I found out-Oh, well; you should V D. clinic and ask for a free
know just what I did find out treatment If your neighbors do

Anyway, If I had gone 15: yards Find it out, your reputation won't ttf IN...
farther, my good name would have be a bit worse off than it Is now PRUDENCE
been ruined for life! for most of them suspect the
worst anyhow! I

All rich folks and a lot rf .
poor ones are bitterly opposed to Mrs. Della Prevatt \
compulsory military training for

the younger generation when It Mrs Della Prevatt, age 47,
reaches a certain age. If they lied<< at her home In Lnwtey,
would jUHt" stop to think a min- April 30, at :5:20: p m A life-
ute, after giving our soldier boys long resident of Bradford County,
+ the once-over when they come Mrs. Prevatt was a member of iNFtATIONLAN U
homo on furlough, they would the Methodist Church. Funeral
change their minds. services were conducted by Rev.

I After nine month! of Army Charles McClcllan of High Springsat Y
4 life those! pale-faced, the grave in Dyal Cemeteryat
chested, stoop-shouldered weaklings 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.

that 'Once roamed the street Mrs. Prevatt Is survived by her f//i7 # i'/Vii tae J/Ahe
are here no more. Some of those husband, Jefferson Davis Prevatt; S J'ftf4A1efi r' ? t/-
fellows who used to do no work four daughters, Mrs. I'earl Star- ( #

heavier than lifting an Ice cream ling, Mrs. Gladys Grlffls, Mrs
soda to a cigarette-stained Up MOMS Fanning and Miss Joyce ;
now look as if they could lick Prevail, all of Lawtey; five sons, l '
their weight in wild cats. i 1 : I-'.
George W., serving with the U. d.A "
If we'wont to develop a nation S. Army overseas, John Earl, Albert b VI
>f he-men, why wait for another and Jefferson Jr., of Lawtey;

f war to finish what t la already on tour brothers and four sisters % I r t ? .. iSS \ g


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@ S' 1 a ::.... aw "' .. X:: things Workman. How are making $25 4IA hour now-. ,4-] fine! That' what make J16OO a week I have t?
.t 10'j we bank president used work 3 hour) overtime every
,to make! day!
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what the noticeIn -

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did not say . PRUDENCE For Heaven's
WORKMANWen, it'.
you see PRUOtNCIi Goth
45,000 sake, aren't satisfied WORKMAN I know That'D just PRUDENCE You
persons you thi.waybread'e$100alonfthat's; terrible. And WORKMAN. Prudence, in the good old
S 'die annually from SYPHILITIC HEART ? Why do you have rant's$2000a month-it takes your going to about sink ua.; don't like it day. we made good money-it didn't
to have 91500 a week? $1500 a week just to get byf, hav.a news baby,too!. here -@7ation- sound. big-but it would buy all the
tS' Only the doctor and John Doe knew that the syphilis germs land. eh? things we needed and we'-d have some
I : harbored In his body had made their determined way to his __ ';: : left for "extras:?
, ; heart. In their treacherous manner, had undermined Its
k delicate mechanism-to place John Doe among the 45,000
PERSONS WHO DIE ANNUALLY FROM SYPHILITIC can all fight SAGE: That's the tough part. Pay goes up,

This HEART is a DISEASE common, untold story behind the death columns. Inflation 's one enemy we we need, 'J which makesfchings cost more..So wages rise
. That EVERY year more than 100,000 persons die from syphilis aying onlywt
again Then
-their deaths "heart" "rheumatism" up go costs.jSo raises don't
recorded as "kidneys", and your
"high, blood pressure" W8 byt r r.t '
the mean anything. And
Only a blood test can be relied upon tp expose syphilis germs by conservingwhat into \ keeps on until money
;r -biding their time to wreck and destroy-masquerading: M ; ws can just doesn'
another disease. every dollar sound P oft-war . uy anything any more. Perhaps

Well or "ailinic", insist upon a blood test at once. It's the ensuring a !and holding bread won't. be $100 a loaf-that's exaggerated. But
only way to KNOW FOR SURE
Consult your family physician or go to a free clinic Amerieaeethroa9h baying our savin9se. if food rand clothes .and rent doubled or: tripled

Sponsored! by War bonds andd. tf. ln9. we'd all be sunk! Pity the country where inflation Uri NEv

YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMITTEE: strikes! Inflation can be avoided in America.



P; \V. M. Eduunli., Chm. Dr. I. It. AbnuiM JAX BREWING
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.-'T' NOTICENotice

1: plaintiff v.. Robert Com at Sw 'or of Lot I 1.01 III NI: Cur of //II': :'..
DeCemlant.'DtH 17 oMrun N 304 tt K of NI4 ''u'llioc 11M ftE
till 140 ft for of & W lob Ct NIt
l'lTBLI'ATIONSll a pt begthence : by
oTICB 0'" TO APPEAR Is hn..byIvl'n! that the following; described! lands will besold run N 34* ft K1UO I: 8 n 6 u W. C. l'owel1 5.8 .,

"OF FLORIDA to: Roberlp at public auction on the first day of June!, 1944 at Starke the! \ ft H BU ft W lUll Cum 10\: ft M of NI: Cor ,
, 'TE),) address Is Head. eoC to lit of beg Da' vl>l M Itf ck: 2.90 of 10':1.' of NN'i & ;
i..ttery.'hose 355 Coast Ar.Ir'h county of Bradford, State of Florida to pay the amount due for at MO Car of Blk 18 runV 210 ft. 14 I till ..

r, Lilfht Battalion A, taxes. herein .set opposite to the same, together! with all costs of & run W av ft for aptof i ft. )01 :lJO tt, S lOG r tCam k

,1V New York City New such sale and advertising. bear thence run N it\h II 0 U J. J. Ktl1u Eat U8 ,
274 ft W XV ft tt 274 .I': ('or ul'f; lr I'
1)er'rlptloo. tmnumt et ft K 80 ft to pt of beg Lillie .tat Howard S.IOAlice of NE' k
" "\ Inethetaboveenamerand . Com II t'I/:' J Ci. of .
lund .
5th 11144, S. Tsp. llae. ,'''1' Owner 'IU...'N.a, t'u.IN
wherein plaintiff & runV ItUl ft fur apt of ""1th..nct/: > runY
.ause, ; of beg thence run 210 ft. K HIli fl. a210: .
\ Bradford County :'j: of NI'1'nv'.t
I ' .rce this Order : N 137 ft W0 ft S 137 ft. N 105 ft to lu'g n "u 1 I. J. JCelle9. J.t.; 5.83
"II" .Iull(, ] publish of NEt/ 12 7 19 80 WeVa Turp Co 8.238E Lo.t lid tl l'V hvIIn
of be H
weekly .c. ft K 80 ft to pt [ onfltO :2.SS
if heal hand and official \,. of "$; 1':'4 U 5 20 40 N. W. Mann" 3:84: Com at S\V/: Cur of rik: rt S & 14 In ;lW

Ile K niy Florida this April All I'I'.I of NL, ot NI'\' \ 18 & run :N 100 ft for l'.r .t WI" nf 814at /: :! '
t Starke a pt of beg thence run Itl of N10'5' U II 112 A. J. 'Wllkt'r.on': 2'21;
19H W of Hranch U 6 20 25 Jo'onnle Crews 3.!II a M> rt N 174 rt w t>o Coin 011 l': aids l.f l'hllrrh "

NW'i ot N\\I. &: N4 of It 8 174 ft to pt of beg; COleman 2.60 //'It:' wheys N tins ofN1't4 "
SEAL) A. J. Thomas H\V of NW l. 13 6 20 60 W B .
Bi-iAL La..nly 1 29 Com at SH:' Cur of Lot IS ; of NI'R: 1'1'oNseN. a
tVli said Court. SE'i ut :>;E6 2-A In ',
: < &ruin W 160 ft N 137 & run 1'1 H5 rL f..r apt
Fnarr"". Jacksonville, Florida $11 Cur or NE\-6\ (IfNI1:1,4 It for a pt vt bra .t "'a'. lhenrc t'UII

rl. fur Ylanlnt/ff.. If 6 20 42 "; R. Las"nby 137 thence, run \V 80 ft N 14 JiO fl, E 113 ft. N ,
B 6-4t-5-PI SIB or :>11'of\ SW1Ii\ II 20 III: L. H. Green 2,16Fr'arl 137 ft K 80 ft S 137 79 tt, thcuceVeeterly

;;;; "T. BRADFORD Ilk I. Town of ft tn pt lf brg Charlie !;;,'ott 2.Ra t" a )lOt lOt bra 28 II at: tllln' ICs jltj'at(>., S.U
IT River 2:1-24: 6 20 Ernest Mabry 1,17 ,'
lot 27 Will lI..rh..r .111 Cunt H'' I'll''nr of 14\-. 'i : ) C'
S"Yl. KI.OHIU4.I IM (:11 A"- Lot 7 of Dlk II Lotll 11 '.,. or N 335 ft of Lot of styli & run \V 795 'I.... ".M .... .

\ 2. 4. 0. II of Ulk 29 31 1I1r... SI. h r'o\Yn 3.2a ft. N 315 ft. NJoJ 8(18ft .
(0. Thompson Plaintiff Defen.vacMarie & Lots 2. 4, O. 8. 10. 13 N 11I7' tl of Lot 33 3IrN. M. .... HI'own 1.99S Iuslm'ly: 20tl n. 1 I': ,f tom 4Lrg i
Thompson of Ulk 311 k Lots 2. 4. 11Il tt of Lot 32 sir... :31. I'" IWown 2:23: 174 ft. H 11113 tt tn ''F I \
'.-MHe :No. 3015. o of ilk 31 & lots. 2.f Lot oS .... A. \111,1. 1.36N'y nlsn certain lands SS

;HUH: OF PUBLICATION 3 5, 6' 37 : 9, 10' 11, \ : of Lot 67 Will Ilarber II.IH'' ut Sirs, 11. "Spark.' ,
I 11 :Xt1T1CNTO; APPEAR Elk :} : lot 13 ofRik S 39 ft of N 1911 tt of mAil & IV of Hy In I'

'rE OF FLORIDA to: Neldra 43 & lots 2. 3, 4. Lot 5 01 t'll Sub Dlv John lIulhu'.1 IS9S SE'4' .t IW': 'e 2S 8 U ))0 U. E. Johns 3:1.13:
ITh inpson whOr..ld<:>nt'e Isf 5. 6, 7, 2. of Ulk 44 It 39 ft ot N 2711 tl of
f v.uncll Street Los Anceles. 1.u'ts 2. 4 of ilk 45:; & lot 6 "H'. I'IlIh DIv Joe King 1,88V' tItlrl\. '1'11\\ II' ",'r Uti,1-1 28'" a. :1:1 1 t

ngd, |( t r'oiintv California.i l.ntH 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8 of \ nf 1'1\\ '. If 81\4' ofN1' I If IfN

required to appear on lJk 411 & Lots I, 2. 3. : ', & I': 14 A It Stn Lot lot IlIk I & hands

"Mil, 1944 In the wherein above.nam- 4. 5. 0, 7. 8. 9, 19. 11, of SITS, of NlV';.; 2. 5:12: 1Ir-! : :. Ii:. AIt"Un 2.38 ut lea tn MIrNNt. Annie \1ne K.nq'..r 1..13 I fLm
ni md 1 cause plain. 12 'of Olk 47 & itiks. SL'4 nf N\v'4 Ex It AIn 3 ot IIIk I &. h'II,1 l. I )
'l', divorce Bradford County 53. 50. Town of New tll' t'ur 2t 6 23 26 Unknown 5.37 1'1: or I.nt t" .t.t Annie Milot I'.mper l.a7 ;<1

aph', i ball publish this Order. Itlv..r 21.24! 6 20 Emil JIIlteh.ll 13.42In N'p ut ISI'::', ot MW'4 & Iut 5 "f IlIk I & land ,

t n weekly Issues. :',. of Nl'j; 33 11:10: 40 11:11" Wilson Est. 4.18 $"" Iy of :Sl'nt' IIW'/t! : 123 40 1 A. \l1l1ls 1.69 ii: of 1..1 tn Street \'e11sy lcKlnn.v:"

hand and official "$, W\4\ of NI-\\ t 7 20 40 W. O. llimes 3.91 N1V'4' of N"t\ foW'' 25: II 23 10 M.I.I. 1'alll 2.30 I. 1 nt IlIk III 11: Curl "'I
n my W' of NW14 4 7 20 80 'Vlnfr..d M. H..n 12.12: 51114: of I'IW''. ur 13\\1. 25 1\:12: 10 t'. 1. & \1.: IHnl&f..I.I..r I.3n: W 25 tt Bitch 2.Dt .:
Florida this April : ,
I 'nuke: : E 24 ., of 5 7 20 24'lnCr. M. flaxen 3.11I! 1\:12\ ,' 2:11II'll : 1 I.t Cnn+ 22 tt :2 III I-l y yof
acre NEj\ 1'1\\ of 8Is''a nf $" \\1.:15: : 10V.. 1'0' & !h u. lac II
,I': vi"SEAL 1. ) A. J. Thomas Lots I. 2 7 7 20 107 C. L. Alkll1lcun 11.68 ,:', of NW'y' uf 1'11':1 I: : :; 5 22 10 1' C. ',...C't 1.9:1: NW t'ur nt Lot, a of111k I
i nd! Court Lot 9 ot flile I &: I.otH :SIt4: fJf 1'1\\\\I4 ot:1': 25 5:13: to Edvar; Wllllnn1l. 1.20 2(1( at rout 14 ft. Ii
.f| I I'n
i N 21 ::1-4 ft S it$ It t"
2, 7 of Blk J2 Ward nf "SIPi' of N\4! II
Fla. HWI i
riiiuniis. , Jacksonville,
I i Slrx T. IVard E"t. 3.18 \ II 8t. thrnee W' to 1'tPr
22 1.33
l'ir 4-28 4t /5-19 City 8 7 20 W nt ltd 25 II 8 l1t'ownnl1ll1: Jlud..on Tots 11011.11. I IK
J..ot 4 Rile 11 Ward City \\IrwnLama 1.15 1Vau' of NE'I. of S9'i' of 'h..oc. IS.TO
tt lIf ot Lot
Hill1 OF ('OI''%orv JI'D HllrOIIU Lot 3 Blk 11 Ward City n."ter 1..t. 1.15 :NE'i' It l''." .f ;NWof .; \. 4 ut IlIk ::10 I6 D. 1'. .filii. 2.44 I I
E1 of 'ra..1 Ulk II Ix1V tel;:' nt NE'; ,. 211 II 23 10 John 1I1111lu'.1. 2.90
[ l-Ol.\TY. 8TATB OfKxtate H. C. IlUk I".Ivlll 1.43: 1.01. 1 I. 3 uf IIlk 2t: Il't'owo 4:71: i
184 Ct Ward City II 7 20 I': b4 of Ns: \. ot SW'j; \
Itlllt. of Lot. I llik 12 Ward. City A. I. Crosby 1.15 of :NW' '. 211 5 32 6 E.: :YubrouKh 1.13 211! n. 1",1' 11I.I..m nnItinsa :
: y'N Slap 1'x: H
Lot Ii Ulk 12 \\'ard City txena Godwin 1.15 of of NV1' j
Thomas. and NIJI fol-a. ft &: Ile; I. Nil n. Mrs. Th..IIII" l.aranll\lIX 1.7 I
Minors.i Lots. 6. 9 Elk 12 Ward 1 r. AV at Ity In NI: ,
homes, H 111 Cl a.f S 171 tt of
Robert T.. Green
|',"-i.1'\\'I: of>' TO APPLICATION SELL LAND FOR 'Ity of RWI4 Fart R'I 9 7 20 38 Mr.. Lillie Cone a.Oi Cnr N W "& N4; \ ot S1v'4 of 26 5 22:! 35 E;:. 1':. Et words.. 6,911 1.1: 811 ft nt 11Ik linsey': 21! auevtrndrd ... !". 1 1t
all S1V'4 of NW' &: NW' All Nli'4 IIf :-)0\4) \ of t
, le hereby given to A. 'Y. A.I..raoli, 85.10 ,:
.hat pun of t-\VI.; & E".u ot I'IW"I 1-.t fly 211 II U 8 F. A. Fisher 2.23 nU'I' 1s
II may concern Cum NI'lCor ;
11 ns Guardian of the estates l4''4 I 91x; 1 tract 29..3:1: All ;0.11.; nf SEe:! of ISW'. ' lS7'y of Ifnln: ,, ;tv AHoyt (I.
and Eva Thomas Ct In SW Cur ot N"4nf \ 17 26 5 23:! 13 Inla Little 1.3:1:
Thomas I': 1111tl
n' n. T.. Hntlllh 27.111 :OIn RWlt..t SIN "11"
Hw'lo' 13 7 20 28. S nf
will on the IDth day of W Clilft.
N tn5 tl.
I apply to the lionK \"."1t of N14'of 1-11\; 14 7 20 20'e Wa Tul'p. Co. 12.12 2'. A In NW ('or of N1 I':'i ofhrg.
) 1944 M 105 ft to pt
i .
K. 1'etryman County aI ) of NI''Lof 814:\ 14 7 20 20 H. 1. lI'IUlll1 2.33 S\V''# Ix 3 A to Sir.. 2R 0 U J. D. Cone G.33 I
J. 2.18K 5 22 2. 6SN'
SR'4 of NW'j 15 7 20 40 A. r"1'.hy Stuckey 211 33 Tnla Llttte
and for Bradford County nf hold In I Starks
'in 10 We \Va Turp Co 1.3 nf 1'I1''i'. 211 II U 10 II. 1. Brown 2.30 1 lot
.i a his office In the Court. lOA of sE4! of SW!{ iii 7 20 nt N\V" IIi ft N It ,14 by 211)ft

iu, Starke, In said County atA.31 N9'4 .f $W'i. &: foE''. ofNW'4 2'4AinN'Curu8N1:4of l0: & W 11.,10.,1 19] ..
& Wof NW\\ $111.1: of Sla, :III 5 23 3 Y. W, FC'ltnn 1.33o.W'4 .
: ., or as soon thereafter by foI..r..on lent".
15 7 20 100 C. F. Padgett 7.M of foWut SI7 1 '.4 &; t f'
,. mutter ran be heard for of 814 ;; & 14 by 141. 211 8 U Mary Jane GI'eetl 1'.t.: 5.U ;1
It sell at private AI 'W\4\ of N\Vj! N of : H 19K tl IIf 8\1f4, uf 4t

Mowing its, described property sale: Rd t U 7 2/1 20 7. Z, Wllllnmll 2.91 7.36 "S1\'i' ot SE'i: 211 Ii 22 13 'nkl1own ::1.90 1.1\ \(:"'I'U1'111 11JQ ('0'.. IIllI 111\' III' 'IH: ..... 'Iy4:: :Sa fI 23::
I Two E4! of NE's'. 16 7 20 .80 A. J. Crosby S'v of :Nof :1\\,1.: & .
oni (U I', (2)
e '' 11) of Block One (1) S 3.4 of HW'.. of 'E'4 SI. ot SW" 'I4 lit S\\ 27 5 23 31) SHna: H. \ht..y 4.46 tubs 3. 4 ,,,. C. l'uwf'1I 7.2""

all ..f Block Two (2) of &: K 3-4 of 8"14+ of \V'" l.f lot 17 & all lots. hits. 1 I. 4 nt 1"Gt R t'lyde' llnnkrrsnn ::1.14
nK,,ton, Truby and ('0111. NWl4 E of R".nl'h & 1M, aI, 32 111h."o\ al 5 1'2 35 n. 1:. Crews 181 I.o' :3 I. 4 ur 1111 13 ltrht .71
r- Subdivision to the Town All :Sf\ of foWV, E of . Lots 49!I. Cli \Condlaw't' 31 I II 23 20 0"0, :\lool"y .72 I.ata I. :I of 1111 19 l'lInle 'r"n..r 381l.ut :
>laike, Florida; Branch & NW'of\ LOIN b. 13 \\'oudlawn. 33 11:12: ::10 Ut!". lu..l..y 8.11:1: 4 of "lllk' III !hilt Janes ..P4Rik

application will be based SEI,1 Kx 2-A cemetery 9.16 ;N'.; '. of ot N\\I. &. 211 & N'4: of It\k\ 26 A. It. HIII1d".h 1I.5aI'IIv
'the petition for Hale now on A Ex 1 A In ;SK Cur 16 7 20 129 IT. E. Stokes J.I'\I of NI'at: :0\\\; \4of 2.118I' or IlIk :Ill A. It. lI..nrln1l'1I 0'1IadN
i said Court. 1 A In NW Cor of NW'" ;. NR'1), 33 Ii 23 25 J. C. piton 1 I. 11 of IlIk 27 A. '1'. I'llul 1al '

'd this 191h day of April of NW'.4 beliia- 140 ydsN :' I of t1'0 of N\\'I ofNE'4 lot 2 tIt IlIk 211 th I'). Itoberta, IIHIM i
1 19J4. & S by J5 yds E : &. Wnt 1'1':', Ilk 21! \Fx Lot 2 Joe 1I.n 7.211 t
DAN THOMAS, & W 16 7 20 1 Mrs Lillie Cone( 1.63 of NW\4\ of :NI4 3. II 22 10 B; SL 111'lInt 2.34 Iota a. 4 nt II\k\ 30 WIIIIII Hobert 3.H,1 J

i 1 5-12 Guardian.It 1 A In SE 'or of NW'!. 1.45\ 1 111 1'.tavlll. 35 B 112 17 lola. I.ltll" lot 2 of Ilik :11: Iii:Ilid l Lloyd 1 ,77Lu'5

___ of SE' E of Rd. 16 7 20 1 A. L. Crosby 4l',. nf 8W'4 of NWjlx \ 1.70N' 2. :8 I of IIlk 35 Alfred Raruee. J.U
EH of NE'/. & K 495 ft 1 A 111 IH: 'nr 311 B 23 9 Ll1rllll puvle ,19 1Ir. rt nt I.ul" 2, 3 of
,'I IT ('01 IIT nn ,nFonn of W'" of NK'4 17 7 20 110 Mrs. Lillie Cone 13,71 .. If N\V' oC NW' 011: Hlk 16 Inlt Little 9 IA

Ml, Kl.Olllntl' CII SW'4 of NI:'1a A KH ofNWI. .ali N4 nt N\V\I\ nf 1,42IAInNWCurofSIX' Lots 3. 4 of It\k\ iO 1.1111. & Lonnie Jackson 3.N:1:
1. & K 12 A of :-;W'I, I': of Ity'- 35 Ii 23 12 101't' Little Lnts I I. 4 utIlk\ H tellm 'r..nklln .77

Jrace Sutton Hoard Plain- N V'y; of NWI; A: NE'i' '"i iof 1.49v. lour I I. i of IlIk 45: Sarah Scott 2.96 i

hxfph Stephen }loard. Ueit of SW4 & NWi! ofSW'i ..I.50 NW' 35 5 U 1 Unknown Lots 2, 3:I of Hlk 411 teotrnh IIolt 2.9'
t ('a".. No. 3078. !'IOI.!4 23 7 20 213 I'. A.Weeks S-4 of N4! of :SW' at .. ::1.114fol' IlIk B Van Ness It 1-I"lIe: 26,74loth
:nin: OF PUBLICATION 38 II 22 U. T. & M pinglelder of
of NW'4! & NW'4! N\V'4 11. 8. 9. 10
;'n XOTICE TO APPEAR of SW 22 '7 20 SO C. C. Dees 6.70 ;', of :SPo'4 a 6 U 40 Pearl. Robinson 3.41I hilt IIi I Carl TlII"1 28.n6

rTK OF FLORIDA to: Joseph SH of NW'i of NW'4Ex A In NWJ of :S\V'1o of Iola, R. II of IIlk 18 Cnra A. "rooke 1152s'At

'ii Hoard whose residence Is, : 1 A In SW Cor 2.90 N\Y'4 aN. leer 1.1 1 Iles: : nt Lot 2 of IlIk 1R 11. J. \Vlllllln,. 1.211

Ird Class, U.S.S. SC 715, (Church) 1 G 21 19 A. P. Rosier in 311"l'd I".I" 46, page 1.93 lots tl. 7. 8. 9. 10, II.
Nay, New Jersey All 8Wof\ NE'4 N of I 6:13: 1. R. 11. Cruno1well 13 nt HII 26 Wnt hullo n.Rt:

i are, required to appear on Rd & 3 A In NE Cor 1.75 \\4 nf ""Vllo nfIJ I & 2,84NW'Io Lose. I I. 2. 12. t3, 14 of .. : .
M'lh' 1944, In the ahove name ot RW,/ of :NW'i 27 6 21 23 Carl Reddish 1I1'4\ of N\\'I'o 4 8 12 !in A. J. Bryan 1.10N Elk 311 Earl (leo'ae 2."

,irt and cause, wherein plain. S'4 of NW'i Kx 3 A In of NE14 9 II 22 40 Melvin ClI'lft18 Lot I nr 1'Ik I: Nx H 10 I IIt I '1 1It

,ki- divorce' and Maiden name NR: Cur & all NH of 1115 tt of SE16 of k I.IIt bpI w.ell IlIke ',
til. Bradford County Teleshall SW'/i N of Branch 27 5 21 117 fry: Reddish .. 2.35 8\Vt4; 1-1 of sty 10 II U 4 .Thehn". IthadenY. 1,25 IV B In N. J. .1..lIe" i'AddIGou (

publish thin Order In NWM'of8W4 Ex 16 A -s.'- e Com .t NN ('or of W'4 tu Hlnrke 28 6:13: !\\frs. Pearl Simpson 2.11 4

rfmir weekly Issues. on W side &. all SW'iof : rat NN\I\, ot N\\''. & run n8110ftW
Iran my hand and official seal SW/i\ N of Branch 2 05 202ftN: 1'1'1.1': : 'UIII'I'IU" 1'0 !II'I' Ut" I': 2N II 2:1Itk

nkc. Florida. thla April 21it. Ex 2H A In NW Cor 28 5 21 41 Hen Faulkner 310 ft.' Fl OOA ft to ptal 1.97 ,. f.
E'rof >)W'4 of SWi\ 1 6 21 20 1':. U. Thomas .77 leg-114 1 10 6:2 3 Frank. Bryant \ 4 A. A. Anllie 7.20

"I.U. SEAL) A. J. Thomasrk SW'i i of NE'4' & SE'4\ of Com 200 ttV ot NIX I: ('or N U tt of for 3 of 11Ik .
."f said Court. NW/ & NW/i of $/:, I:',. 5SK'4 6 21 120 T. L. Willis 1.83 ...fVI'I nf SI''i:' ofNW'4 27 Georgr f'arrl..h 1.8.1

Duncan Jacksonville, Florida of NEVi Ex 1 ACemetery & run 1-1 420 ft. lot 8 of ilk 27 Cecil 'rhun" 1.31 t
for Pit 4-28 4t 5-19 13N'i 6 21 39 Frasler Kelley W to road thence N 1.1,15 1:1.: It nt Tllk 11. ;)

of RK'A' 5 ,7 21! 10 lTn known! 1:13W',4 ,.Ionlr..rulld to '4 Hec .. HINIngu'' Aal.Htlnll t0I ... ''I
of SE'4 : 2.66 .
ir o 8 36 fI. 4 Joef. I'Irl"ln 00 Wm ,
wailer 1 . 8.16lot
26 ... Dwell
of SK>4 20 7 1:1 20, "' Hue, thence n toW I neir ju v. 8 Ixr4 I, s t.
IH'II'I' ('< i'IIT. nn.\n"'onn { SW'4 N 1 Lot
of NK'4\ to road thfice '" 0 of Blk 2 &: '
1'I'1'' I'LOltlU.'I. 1\ (.'II.W .\:%. 55 deeded A In NH to William Corn nt NW Cor of 1':';i ; 1110 I ( rt N & H hv 62 Hft !
\' & NW Coi- 1
of NW'4 H AW In
> of SW'4
Ex Rd & S 4 '
n Haith III. Plaintiff va. Jones 24 7 21 73 Blue 1083 run S 620 ft, K 562 ft of Lot 3, Dowllngs- : : .
tl'NIl of HKV4: :\ of NWU NormaYo 9.93 28 0 23S3: Knute Fred Llml 418
HalfhUI- Defendant. 24 7 21 40 rag to road thence N along 8I1h-I>I\'.
o. 8086.f N91 4 of 8W'4SKU of road to '/4 1-1..... line, Lois A, II, C of Blk I. I 4
|:l> : of NE'i & EV4 25 '7U: 60 Eliza Hall 5.49 thence W to pt ofh..a' Wynn's Add lo Starke 28 6 :! Boyd llollowsyMadg 301
f.I' : OTICEPTOLAPPEARlalhOlll NF:'. of SK'4: 10 122\ 5 An..1 Grlffl" 2.71WI4 Lot 1 of Illk 3, J. U.Alvarrs .
All NEV4 of NW''V of Young 7.07 11 8 22 20 Touts, e. Gardiner 318 28 6 22 Willshum2N 113
I, 1 A 2R 7 21 7 Clyde Morgan of NW'i of :NK'iKH \ ( Add to /Starke:
WhoselDresidence 1.3 3.U
xV 9
Rd Willis 1.53 8 23 20 Unknown
& Lula of NK'-4 11
is 7 21 80 Albert : ( of S'% %
lvllle i Pennsylvania. NH of NWViW \ 29 WH of SW. of NK'4; :' 11 0 U 21) 1n.. ftnll..r" a I.W'it J. )I. JOIItltlMTIO' 'I ''O %'I'.t 11KB a 3J
', of NW/i Ex 1-A to 1,83NE'4 Tam lIodoc" 2.ft
| to 79 T. 1. Casey of of SWj 11 0 22
hreirriured! appear on 30 7 21 SW'4
Church 3.41 22 20( 3.111 Blk 32 Mary Maloney] 2.1t
above 40 M. L. Crews ; SW'of SK'4: 0 Lot 2 of
nam- Brasnwlley
> 4 22 'hxrley
'Jrt and cause wherein plain. of NWW\ 34 1.W'4 of NK* of NWWWH 12 6:13: 10 ( 1.80 Lots 3 4 of Blk .13Ix }:. 11. MllllKan I.B'l if

k8 divorce. Bradford County Lots 5. 6. 7, 8. 21, 22, of NK'i:' A WVt ofNKVi >ts 6, 8 of Elk 36 A. W. Anderson 1.91
38 39 40, 41,
27 37, ,
shall publish thla of NW'i A K: It
IS four w. Or- 42. 43, 45, 46. 49, 50 SK of NWI4 & fITV IMIIK II I:IIUIV.. A ('. 4.IIIIITIOM TO NTAIIKI1 SH 6. :S'J: ,
L kly Issues. of *
,.. 53 54 55, 66 t. A
52 ,
". nand and 51, N end. of .W
ke. V Florida, this official April seal 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 5 22 200 L. L. &: H. R. Rhoden 24.15 lilA 1 A of on SK'i: ofNV4wMETo'f 12 6 22 112 1IIr.. Pearl Starling 2.73 Lots' II 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 of
25th 10
Woodlawn '20 Unknown 1.93 12. 22 40 I. W. Conway .99 Ulk l I lyots 1, 2, 23, ,.

'riAH SEAL) A. J. Thomas Lots 47, 48 Woodlawn 11 10 5 6 22 22 20 L. 1* A H. R. Rhoden 1.83 \! 8W4 of 210HW',4 24 nt Ulk 3 A. A. Anvils 2290Oianire '
"aid Court Iota 30. 32 Woodlawn II II U 11)" West Lot 12 of Blk 3 l.liirs ile. 78

FrJl Ii"Jldrun'. Stark* Florida W'{,' of Lots 18, 31 12 5 23 10 H. W. Havlland 1.86 SK'4': of swvi If 6 22 40 John Johnson 4.50 Lot 7 of Blk 6K'A J. II. Kirkland .96
for Woodlawn ANWW of Lots 4, 5 of Illk
4-ti 4t 8-19 Lots 63, 64 59 60 & N' t of 8Wof: of 8E'4 16 I 22 ao Unknown a.'lI 1 .' AI Roth ,11.00
of SK'4 '
N4rat Lot. 67, 68 Inn 10.30 Lois 5. 6, 7 E x W 17 ft '*"' '
22 60 W. C. Deyo &: B of Florence.. E.Canova's .
IU'IIT 12 5 Lot .
(COrRT .'RAOVORO'n' Woodlawn l In of Ulk 1 II. N. DowUnit's I
\ PLORIDI HI CHANCaUfo" Lots 1. 2, 3, 4. 13, 1., 15. Sub-ply 17 6 23 211 lIfrs. Irma E. O'Neal 2.U Add to Starke 29 6 23 F. F. Flume 7.80

V. 16 17, 18, 29 SO, 31. NIa! of NK'4 R Lots 25, 2d. 27. 2K, 37, /
,IHe 84 33 36, 4S. SH of 8WH 39! 40 of Blk 3 R. ,
Mltehell. a minor 32. 33, NW" of 31, : ,
A ,
kin. Ity n. 48 60 63, 64, of road GO 1\Ir.. Iron 1':. O' 7.R/I/ Add to t
her next. 46, 47. W. Baker 23.85 17 8 22 N. Itowllna-'s
.. tJnthrle A. Friend Mitchell Plain-De- Woodlawn 13 122\ 250 J. SEW. f W rof' road 17 8 22: to Mr. Irma R. O'Neal 3.83 Stark 29 6 12NKVi R. I. T. Thomas :2.16 f

t. Case No 3087. I..ot. 5. 6, 11. 12, Wood- 40.T. H. Williams 446 Coolat SH Cur of 3W4 tit NF:'. I'x Lots I.
WElt: OF lawn U 5 23 3.30 2. 3, 4. 6, II In SK Cor
W' 209
PUBLICATION 13 II 23 10 F. B. Woodruff of SEV4\ A run SW Cor 29 6 22 34 L. J. Prevatt 17.93
I) ;NOTICE TO : Lot 37 Woodlawn A. Rhodes 3.24 295 ft E, & Kx 1 A In
APPEAR Northerly
20 Chaa.
II 22 ft.
TE Woodlawn 13 rt N of SK/ Cor
OF 51 53 1.38 Corn 210
FLORIDA to: Outhrle Lots 22 10 Unknown 325 ft 8. 276 ft to ai pt 2.49
'Lot 39 Woodlawn If 5 17 8 22 Z.T. C. !'limmone of NK'4' of NW'' A

r.. !?."." residence I. Lots 6, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10. 11, f '" ?'2-3 of :NW% of run W 210 ft, N 210 rt, .
.t )
34. 26 Wood- S',' 22 11 T.vr1'' Ty..nn Fo"t. 21111 W 210 ft, S 210 ft to
are 12 23, Rhoden 9.21 lA 8
'4th. 1944.required In the to appear on lawn, iii 5 22 110 L. L. 8t Jr. n. fjKWNH of SEM of NE'4 18 6 U 20 Victoria A. Barnes .77 brie 29 6 22 1 Ancel Griff ,, ? C.03 ,

.rt and above name 63 A E% of Lot 60 2.42 1 A In SW'4 of SB" t
.kK cause' wherein plain. Lot 15 5 23 15 Mrs. E. O. Har "y J.3R :NW/. of SW'4 K* 1 AIn hoiin.lvd W by 8t. ;Nby
ford Woodlawn II Avery L. Keever NK Cor ({'! ,
"TP"Br < County 111 II 22 A
60 Woodlawn knfr8Wi W. A. Malhe-I
aph of Lot 1.93
next, I11 publish this Or. WH of Lot 61 Woodlawn 15 123\ 5 A. Stoker NH. of SWi 111 IS 22:! 99 Elisabeth. 0. flue 1,89A Iflt 29() t n 1 (1. C. Plumer 3.04
SH of SW'/: .
weekly 8RV4
Issues.ftv III 18, & At HK Cnr of LaFayette -
"eHM my hand and official Lots 1, 2, 3. 14 strip 100 ft wide across Com
"rke of Tot 1A lit West, more-
Florida, thus April 25th, 17,16&\Va 40 42 S end of WH of 1 Llnd..y. Orlflls 2.74 St A run K .I47H C(
39 23 land
all Lot. 18 II 22 135 T.. I. & H. n. Rhoden 11.34 NK'4: of NJI''' : orroad 20 6 : 'WIf.
of begthence
"lAT. SEAL 53. 54 Woodlawn F. C. 1\10..1" 1.5M A In SK'J: of ft for n pt ,
) A. 22 20 10
J. Thomas 18 II About 500 ft K7HH
rk 13 Woodlawn Harvey 1.:>6 run S ,
of said Court. Lots 4, 18 5 23 10 Mrs. E. O. NW'4 ss per deed Rec.In rt, N 600 ft, W

for Perryman I'/f./ Starke. Florida Lot Lots 63 21 Woodlawn, 27, 28. 33, 34. Deed Book 40 faa'el 6 22:! 10 a3- Bradley 1.67 78'a ft to lit of lies 29 6 23 M.' Mlxon t

4-28 4t 6.18kf 38. 36. 37,98&NS.. "f at Blk 1 S /n "' E 400 Ft of NK'i' of

Lot 39 & all Lots 4 W'I W Ex 1 A In NTJ CorA SK',4 of tel':'. Kx portion
COIn 2
II'r 48. III, 52. S of lly A E*
\ f ont U. 44. 45. Ex 1 lot 111ft N 29 6 23 4 Mrs. F. Tlbbetts '.'71
: FLoYuuVYV CNAN. twn57. 81. 83. Wood- 17 5 23 203 I. L. & 1L K- Rhoden 17.11 A Shy 210 ft B A W W'H A of In Ntt'j.4 NK Cor of SKUKx \
''J KlnlhroUa'h ] 4'' 42. 49. In SK Cor & KH N A 30 6 23 14 Willis Lucas S.H
Plain. Lot.. 32. 11. B of R 3 W. .
jRoberson. 1
\{ Hollin 114. 6 22 9 Ethel Lloyd 10.68 N 820 ft it NW',4\ of
21 .
.. I
Roherson Defen.. 111. 55 .
3072. ll: 117, 8.2o. S?, 82. : Temples of SK'4' of NK'i' I'V: 165 ft 33 6 22 16 R. D. A R. A..ellll 2."

,: LOF1' N' of Lot 14 & If R. Rhoden 15.33 That portion wvInir Com at "\V Cor of NE1of /
i .
n PtJliLICATION 64 A 18 B 22 18S% L. L. Blk 4 H of It J & N 525
XOT1CI3 .. NW'4 run
TO Womllawn '' .
TE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: Rollin Lots 13. 20 A NH Of Lot 18 6 22 25 W. M. Reddish 2.64t NWW}olaf\ 0t, NW'i"T11"of ft, K 345/ ff, S 105 ftV/ rt,
'on. .24 I210 V t. S
o Camp 39844393 Co F. 804th Inf. 19 Woodlawn Woodlawn 18E ft 23 20 DIrr.3hi.I0.IdHarvey' . .82 SE' A 8WU of I'WI4 655 ft to heir. 33 6 22 S Alice McPouitald :1.49 I ,

are trcCoy WI.. tsoflLott31: Woodlawn 18 5 22 5 1.40 of NI'I4-1 A Temples 21Sw'4 6 22 1 Unknowns 2.76 All NK'i' of III'Iof! ,
nd day reqUlr..d to appear on IS 5 22 10f.. L. Thompson Sub-niv NE'4 K of road 32: 6 23 2 Louis Kahr Est. 1713 '
of May 19.. In the Lot 45 Woodlawn of Blk 6 S f R *
of at ICI"or of NW'iof
named 33 & /
Court of Tot IIWInNE14oftuW'4Temples
''n Plaintiff and cause W I" 61 A NH of A H. R. Rhoden 2.B3 HK'/4 A run W 148
seeks divorce and Lot. 40, 5 23 20 L. L. Sub-Dlv 2HEH \>>
1 name re.tor..d. 43 Woodlawn 19 10 L. L. A H. It. Rhoden 1.68 .1 6 23 3 James iiil 3.04 ft for a I.t of b.g.
Bradford Lot 22 .
.. 19 5 A thence run N 148 rt.B
\1 "!'TaPn shall Publish this Lot 39 Woodlawn of Blk 1 S of R W
In i 11. 11. 148 ft, N 1K0.8 ft.
? four weekly I........ Lote 2. 3. 4. 78. 1'J or 148k1
:I 2"0rt
nea8 U. 2526. Rhoden 12.15 R3WK4A 273 ft. N 254 ft, K
my hand 22. 150 T.. L. & IT. R. f1F.4: of
and officialthu 21. 5 :23K H of
t 20 1.38 N 274 ft. W 490.7 ft,
IItark. 27 Woodlawn Mrs. J. R. Sapp 2 KI ,
"rl .Florida zothThom" : "R 20 22 10 1.38 Blk 1 N of R 8 75" ft. K 254 ft to
"'IAL Anrll A. D. 19... Lot 51 Woodlawn o NW'4 21 5 23 10 Clyde Starling NW'4 of Blk ofS8W14 1 I of 32 6 22 5 It. Chandler 3 61
REAL of NW' A NH 1PA lieS1V
"rk ) A. J. SE'S E & :2 B sr| Cor ofEH
of said Court. 1 tract 113 Rds of Blk 1 SoCRIETemples : of 1:11':', 33 6 23 1 Joe Johnson 2.44:
'".nk Landrum 8tark, Florida W by 60 rda N A SinNW J Sub-Hlv- 23: 6 22 17 Ira C. Gardiner 10.ItS \ I of NW'i\ : .

for "If. 4-21 4t 81JCIIA.N; :: '1.Cor of SWH or 33 5 23:! 20 WII Wa Turp. Co. 3,2051''t 2 55 F1 ft of of R NE'4:II 1'J fl"Hi., N ." 1.I'IIC'ol. CITY (III!-. Of K'i W OK IIY.) 3J: 6 23Florence

art IT CO BRADFORDtYrl' NI'4 fx 20 A Of RF\IL\ nt P.1k Albert 1.29
p. 110 ft Lot I of ink 4
W 3-4 8.4S
Cor & 60 Mrs. Irma E. O'Neal: t. V.OC; t
N\V 23S
FLORIDAIA ; In 23 8 2Snt VF1i lot 3 of Blk 6 Klla. Williams 1.19
SEt4 In
NW'. ft sn.
. 148
of t
M"krult. Plaintiff ".. Mil. EI,4 of NEI4 of NW\4\ Ex U 23 "w. I. A 1\fI Dlnufelder. 3.54 cor. Temples Sub- 2 1S..2 2 Rebenna' Clark 2.63 Lots 5. 7, of Blk 6 Philip A Joe Johnson .94

Si.krult. Defendant. Cat No. A cemetery of Diy. Lots 2, 3, 4 of nik 7 Rehtta Cummings 2.14

SW's of NWLI & W: U 5:3 60 J. C. Frevatt 3.77 Com at NW Cor of 91'4of Lot 7 of Blk 9 If. A. Prescott, Jr. 1.13 ?

:DEn OF PUBLICATION SEy, of NW"'Town 27 MWyi&runM210ft
:\p 8. of boa- NH of NW'4 of NW'4Ex1AonWend&
:NOTICE .11. *. 7. for a pt '
TE TO APPEAR Lotus of Lawtey W of S 22 W. H. Biggs Est. 8.45 E 100 ft.
''t FLOIDA to: Mildred. : 23 Mrs. Cherie Ann Mo- thenceft" WIno ft. N 33 6 23 12 H. E. Johns 11.18
whose residence U 124 Ry 2Town of 23 Donald 1.36Iawley to pt of bee 22 6 22 Aaron Holley. 2.31 Ex / A Vault Lot
Sorth Itlk S 100 ft.
6tre.t, Butler. Pennsyl- f W of Jly 23 B S A of E',{, 7J..NBK 1.69 S'oIa of NW\ of NWi

are Disg tw2oio Ot 23 5 M Unknown .94 of J SWW!; of 22 6 22 3 A. R. Randolph Also Com on 8 line 60 I IftWotfy&runS
required to appear on RyTOWN A triangle
9 ,
.tb. W 3 A of a I',
19., In the above named. Lawtey IV SKCS. 23. 24. as, 3 and cause wherein E OF BY between 16 deeress W 280 ft,
plaintiff LAWTEY 1.32 I
OF : M. Bllcex
23 6 23 3 C.
of SE'4 of SWU
e .
Bradford County In 8H thene. W 15 dcp-rsss N
rsDhdivorce." old Law. road 24 6 22 U.A. J. Thomas. 3.66
Order E of 8WW\ N of
't four weeklylsIssue. All Lot 2 E'4 of to W line of lice 33,
n.. try Mlddl.burg Pub' A. A. A nn. 1.,* NW'4 of 8E'4 All thence N to NW ('orof
''at 5. my hand and official N of H WVi of NW%
|i.I. Starke. Florida this May lie Rd US.. E of old BWH road 2* ( 21 Cl J. W. Jordan '.U thence B! to bear 33 < 22 25 The American Trust Co. '7.11

IUCrkALSEAI'I :: ) .\.. J. Thomas All Lawtey Lot Mlddleburtr A. A. Annls tUr.1di 1.40 W 13 A of NEof\ (Continued on page )

tald Court. W J. Barber 27 6 21 13 Della Keller 2." ,
13 1.16 NW4
Knight 8tark. Florida Sub DI. of Lot Ed Dennlflsld 8)'I
> for Plaintiff N4 of Lot 15

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lild i I SOCIETY and CLUBSHas Betty Gene Wade U. D. C. EntertainedBy Rotarians Will enjoyed.out-of-town Several guests have distinguished been invited -' 1 I 1TOR

Becomes Bride of Mrs. BiggsThe Entertain Wives ,

a Freeman Register, Jr. \V. T. Weeks Chapter At Fish Fry Event The the club regular will luncheon be held at meetingof noon ACID INDIGES pA
Supper PartyMrs. Enjoy Fish Fry
afternoon .
U.D.C. met Wednesday Wednesday.
Miss Betty Gene Wade daugnter Rotarians will give their wives
Myrtice Carpenter entertained t Employes of Carpenter's DrugStore of Mr. and Mrs. C T. Wade May 3, at the home of Mrs EthelM. and sweethearts ft break next
co-hotens with Mr* Girl Scout NoticeGirl
/ members of her bridge. with their husband and became the bride of Pvt. Freeman Biggs Powell Wednesday night when they play
friends, were guests of Mr, Reglxter, Jr., son of Mr. and Biggs was Mr L. O. hosts at a fish supper at the Scouts will meet on each
club at an outdoor supper party Easter lilies and a low bowl of I t
i+,:. Myrtlce Carpenter at a barbe- Mrs. Freeman Register, Sr., in n. Claude Sparkman place on Lake Monday at 2 o'clock in the after-
'a.,, Sunday evening, honoring hpl' miniature dahlias were used as g W HHMHHHawg
cued fifth supper at the Carpenter quiet ceremony performed by the Alto. noon Instead of on Wednesdayas
G'.' i:; brother-in-law and sister Lt. Col. home ]last Wednesday Rev. A. B. Llghttfoot' In the decoration In the living/\ room. Festivities will begin about 3 has been the custom. 4. 50tCarpenter's
? and Mrs. T. T. Long of Georges even-j I The president, Mrs. O. L. Beas- *
ing. Enjoying the event Hrentwood Baplat Church in o'clock in the afternoon and sup-
: \ town, Texas.' Guests were Judge I and Mrs. E. 1<:. Ferryman -
t store stuff were Lt. and Mrs Jacksonville at 4:30: o'clock/ last ley presided per will be served about 7:30.: New shipment of office supplies
(;r and Mrs A. Z. Adklns Mr. and J. Gllbrlde. MaJ. Lloyd H. H'// Saturday afternoon. Only the looked after the finances. Bridge, horse shoe pitching, In at Bradford County Telegraph
d .F: Mrs. 0, Li. Beasley Mr and Mra I:Mrs. Beasley reported that there boat-I Drug
and Mr. anti Mrs L. 1) Vlnlng.H. parents of the couple were present ing, swimming and fishing office. Stogy
,,'.1 I.. K. G. Duncan, the H. C. Rltcha, for the ntiotlalH.. were suitable/ exercises at Crosby:
y,' the R. F. DemorestH, the L. D. Cemetery on Memorial Day and
Y'' l .."'t ViDlngs, Mrs Marcus Brown, J. Gllbrlde and Maj. Lloyd H. gabardine Miss Wade suit wore with a navy powder accessories blue the following number of graves DO YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES fl HHf y yi
a : :AIrs Ethel Biggs. Lt. and! Mrs Lewis and rosebuds In were decorated: 50 Confederatenine
; ,' pink a
Federal, six SpanishAmerican ..
rr shoulder corsage. She was graduated
and 13 World War 1.
from Bradford with
; From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh the class of '44 last week.High Mrs. L,. A, Davis reviewed %
Ii The bridegroom was graduated paper on the subject of John H.

from the same school in 1942 He Reagan of Texas, who was Postmaster -
In Jacksonvillewith General of the Confederate -
was employed
; What Makes I', National Air Lines until his States.
induction into the armed forces During the social period the
i !
talk : "A Real American Town?" six months ago. He returned last hostesses served delicious, cake

_ evening to Camp Luna, New MexI I and Ice cream. I
ico where he Is stationed with the
I, Visitor said! to me the other day: Tn our private life,we live and air transport command. Jr. Woman's Club Will t
r',1' ; I "Joe,you've got a real American 1ft live. If we often disagree' on The new Mrs. Register will
I rpo town here-a town you can be politics..If sonic of us like beer Aid Park ProjectThe
___u.' _I" ...___ Lun.,._ . ___, _.... __ I make her home temporarily with "
WlW" jJlVUU Vl. .urne DUUennU W" "UII rc- Her husband parents In Starko. Junior Women's Club of I
one another's rights and
Afterwards!', I $got to wonder.epect Starke, held/ Its regular meeting !
fug Just n'hat he meant. "'0 opinions.!' Silver Tea at St. MarksIs In the Woman's Club building: {

aren't much different from any What,makes our town"Ameri Enjoyable EventThe Wednesday night, May 3, at 8:00:
t other town our nl/.c. A few nice can"? From where I sit, It's not o'clock with Mrs. William Bag-

1I31 stores.. .. n village rl'enlnd because we're different but ben Woman's Auxiliary of the gett presiding. The regular re-
t r 27 brae stars on the Service Flag cause we're much like all other Episcopal Church enter.taineJ portsof committee chairmen were
,j %, in Town Hall. towns that add up to America- more than 75 guests who dropped given after which the Program/\
i+' where self respect and tolerance In at the Church Service Chairman, Miss Lucile Mitchell,
y'' Not much exciting happens, are guiding principles. Center Friday afternoon for their presented the New Year Book to
either. .
We work hard have
Silver Tea Mrs. Joe Hoover poured the Club. It was agreed to give
44 our Friday evening socials at $25: to the Starke Woman's Clubto
at table = -
r a centered by a -= -- -
the Parish Ilouse..andthekidi
( 80eJA ( graceful arrangement of May be used in beautifying the city
l"q3 baseball and! .
J'' '.. go fishing. blossoms. park. A formal, dance for officers
Ijfi A delightful musical and civilians was plannedfor
No. 86 of a Series Copyright 1944,Brewing Industry Foundation I IL after programwas May 10th for the purpose of
presented tea.
3 raising more money for the park -- do they act TIRED. DHARRY.m\ PFP )
_ . ..... ... .
1 18t'.t ------- _w___. project. I n - - '
The program chairman presented /' Ml

'S. r TO THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD Rev Charles Allen, who vividly 'r) 1 Better let your electrical repair dealer rove
COUNTY reviewed the best-seller, "The :r 4 r them a check-up- he'll have them back ,in rep
Robe" by Lloyd ot!,Douglas, The
form just as soon as he can . he'll help you

;, ', ,< ; I am highly appreciative of the fine vote Miss hostesses Sarah committee Poythress, composed, Miss Jac-of "e keep them 'from wearing out you won: I*

queline Andrews and Mlas Patsy able to replace appliances ,for the duration so
I received on May 2nd and
v now-from the Keene, served pie a la mode' and it is up to you to keep them working as long as

l-; '' 1 bottom of my heart-I thank you all. coffee. ':* S possible. Proper care and prompt repair will:

r turn the I trick.FLOIIIDI .

. i ; ht4 WSCS will Meet ,
; ? My friends have rallied to my support in <
t The Woman's Society of Christian -
t lUF _ this: second primary so loyally that I feel Service will meet Monday, tf"t4, Po.jf\

; m tt* $' ue confident I will be nominated to the office at 3:30 o'clock, tttlio Methodist _- '8 \., S/ COUPU1J
church. Business and :
program ,. ; FREE ,,.,. ,
t; ys of County Superintendent of Public Instruction meeting. Circle\ One will have _
.. ..
\ .. ..
charge of the program. W'J .. ... -_
El.cuw ill
Th el
S on May 23rd. .... . ::: :;,
i ;
Mr. and Mrs. :.
W W Riser of :.:::
Sanford were here Saturday visiting c" ,
w.i., x' Sly' qualification, ability and worthiness Mr and Mrs.'W. B. Sewed] ", .., .'

:i' as a public official have been proven in your .,..".,. n" .___mu._.

: ' : midst. So keep up the good fight and let's 4L

1 win the victory for your school's best friend.

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s. E. SPARKS 4 i

s QY'e YAatHi oil $ls
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Bradford County School SiiDerintendent : t k qtr sk

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f ,,y (Paid) Political Adv)

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Give Ocr A

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f Local News Miss Luclle Alvarez Is reportedto MI'8.V.. G. Haile leaves today< I MVTH-K 01 INTK.N'TION TO I .
be doing: nicely otter tonsll- tFiiI''I'EB : : STATH OF FLORIDA '0: Alter lliiiiMtn whose ri' 'Idcnte Ie l : 714Ka J'n"l.! K. (iledhlll. Defendant. CaseN,1
a for Miami to visit her sonY-2a: :: FI"I'II'l'IOtsMW Featherstone t whose renUIm-i IB. : "t 'Slid SI. Li'H Amrcli. c'all- :- :I0)3oitDKii!) .
Notice In ,
daughter ectomy performed in Jacksonville Woodfln G. Haile. Jr. and his undersigned hereby glvun that the Kllwrtv Hnlllxiin County Slate or foi na.Ynii.
under the imivlNlmiH New York. OK rrntiicATioN
:\ler v;y A. Winkler Tuesday. wife and baby.Lt. of... Chapter A ... ZOH5S( ,.f "'lurid. You are rrnuirpd.. to appear on. I' June A,are IV44 1"11111'.1|In th* tn nl.>o\appear<> nurmxlt'ourt on AND SOT'tt TO APPWAHSTATI5
and Mrs. E. Col. flu f 1941. will KKNtrr with Jane. 5th 1SH4 In the aluivc nnnifdoui't soil cause, wherein. plaintiffvcekH OK FI/MUDA tl>: J.nnl f fu
Mrs. and
Celina Dehring left Tues Mrs. T. T. Long the Clerk of the ,11'1111 ,' .
nome this weekendLuke's "u"4. Inand and co'ixe' \\ h..r11pllllllIrt i. divorce. Uradford County ,1I'dltlli. whone renliUnc IB:
urn and sons Dave and Tom arrived for Itradford COUIII '. "Florid.. seek. dlvopor. llradfnrd ,oiinty .
Jack- day for her home In Detroit TYU-itrnph pnhllnh thin I Order iinknuwn.Vou
Hospital. the .
here flctlrtloua name of Olnlalii. Tvli-Rraph\ " .. thin () 'drr In next four weekly ,Imtuett.IIIIPNH .
underwent an where she will Saturday from their home In under which I am cnKHtt.-fl. and tin. In next four aeekly tHHtien.MtnvHM I \\' are required| to appear on 1//tlIJuno '
[where she spend a vacation / '. my hand and offlflalxtal S, II44.! In the above namedCourt
afternoon. Georgetown Texas to visit Mrs.Miyrtice Inir buolriPKn at IBS '1111 l| St.,. \\ my hand .and officialsent I at isttirkv. Klurlda. thin !May i ,
atlon Tuesday left Wednen-. with her family before returning Carpenter. Col. Long left I Saul Starkf Iw.le Irndforil' .... In ownebyfM: : 11144!' at Stmk., Klorlda thin MHVa. I IUiPKH'IAK :1 I.IIIH. I and divorce"c"u.'h..r..ln. Uradford plaintiffxrrkR CountyTVIcirniph ,'.
Rita Street to her work at the Snack Bar Tuesday. morning for Ft. ('. J. Here, General 1 Itellvory. Stark,,. (lPKH'IAL RI'\I.) A. .1. Thomas \ whall puhllvh this Order '
where she Benning ( SKAI.) A. J. Thomas AH Clerk of mild Conit.liolivrt .. ...
Mo. Plnrlda.Imtcil. next four weekly t I. \i
Louis Mr.
and Mrs. H. ,
st L. Brownlee where he will attend advanced officers' AH rink of mild Court. i ilti II. iMiucnn, Jack sun, 1110'.
the Illness. thin 12th day of May. 1944 II"Witness my hand and official
ell because of Mrs. J. E. Futch and Madge school for three months.. Ht JStarke, Uradford Ooiinty.; Klor- ,>lii>rt. II. I)uncnn. .lai'kHonvlllc 1 I I Klorldu, Ally for I'lf. It.\ ICIte3:! ..I at Htaike. KlorULi. thi" May Brownlee went to Adel, Ga recently Mrs. Long plans to stay In Storks Ida. 5l4t03IN :. Florid (. Ally for I'lf. 5-12-4t-6-2 t< //1.; 1 1944.
) Johns underwent a and visited Mr. and Mrs. during that ime. colu'r. IN colt I'r rut III' Illll>t--f ltl A. Stephens, .InckMonvllle, .'
4'IIU'1 II' COI IIT. Mil UKOIMI J IN 4-niriir 'mi UJo'O. III> POI \19., (.I..U'I. IN llaliir \\. I Ida' Ally for I'lf. - (
omy 1" a Jacksonville T. N. Limbaugh. Mrs Brownleeand Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Mas ("(ti >'!"!. FI.OHIIttl ltll \\,. (' MNKI.OIIIII| \| IN ( IIN- t .:11"'. I I I I (OKKICIAI.. SEAL: ) A. .1. ",1..1"I I
[ yesterday. Mrs. Limbaugh are sisters: ten and baby daughter, Dorothy <'KIIY.Frank: .. CK.HY.Norhprt K. HanHrn. Plaintiff, VM. \\' It (Jledhlll. I'lulntlff vn. I .\.. Cleik of nil Id l.'U\It.t. '
.......... u".. ._ ..._ T LA II "--- a Elizabeth have returned to Detroit Her Featherstone, Duffiiilant rinlntlff., vA Russ...> N.HnnHpn.. 109:1.! : Defendant.n \\. I'
Mich. after a visit with NO. non.onni( 1'// (tic 1'IIt (NF I't.r'
Mrs. Master's parents, Mr. and <:it ov. rrnucATioN .\ :NtlTll'H:( TO AITKAH
Service Careful Drivers Mrs. ANt NOTICK. TtJ Al'I'KAU HTATK OK KI.OUI1>.\ to: Howe t
mpt E. A. Winkler. Mr. Masters! i c2oPowell
expects to be inducted Into the I
Army In the next few weeks. WISH TO EXPRESS MY THANKS 4
Former<<: Dancing Teacher of San Francisco :
are Taxi Service Mrs. Robert H. Crundwell and FOR THE FINE VOTE GIVEN :ME :

son, Robert, Jr., of St. Augustinewere ANNOUNCES 'i l I-IE OPENING I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ru- IN THE FIRST PRIMARY: \

Phone 150 : dolph several Andrews day last at New week.River for AND TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITYTO Of Dancing Classes For Children I

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haynes, Jr. ASK YOUR CONTINUED e I.f

Night of Fitzgerald Ga. spent the week
Starke School Auditorium
en,there with Mrs. Bertha Pearce.E. \'OTI'ND! SUPPORT High I

T y. _._, ... _._ -... . Charles Marotta. director of Tuesday & Friday at lOA. M. ;
the USO-NCCS will be away ON :MAY 23: .

from Starke next week nltemllnj O : .
J. L. S I L COX '
a USO-NCCS conference in Tampa Lessons in TAP, BALLET
DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick and visiting clubs In that area.
Mis. R. G. Kith! and sons arc and LIMBERING

Service High Quality )Work spending a while with Ciipt.\ Kid (Paid I'olltloiU .\tI\..) I
Enroll Tues. Frt 10 A. M.
in Columbia, S. C. I mi and at School Mouse

Miss :Maude Sewell of Gainesville r

Ga. Is a guest of her brother
NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. and sUter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. 1

and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors W.H.B.E.Sewell.Billings of Virginia, Have a Coca-Cola = Pukka GenSWELL

['HONE 135 315 TEMPLE: AVE. M3nn.; arrived Wednesday to attend -
the funeral of his sister ( INFO. )

STARKE, FLORIDA Mrs.Mr.J.and II., Mrs.Lord.K. L. Jordan ants 1 .f4a !lZJ1 lP{ iLi' F 'J'1i' t 1 M' i ii

son, Harold, of Oveido, spent the ; M _
week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.T. .

J. Griffin and family.

!Y HARDWARE AND PAINTTry Miss Madge Middleton spent the
past week at Camp Blanding/; as
DillaA 1. '
guest of Mrs. Elizabeth '
hostess at one of the guest
The From A Store
houses there.

:ModernMiracle H. O. Brown attorney, has returned / ; ) ,
With '
ExperienceAnd ,) to his office after !several ,

Wall :Finish days absence on professional bus- 1 1i
A ReputationFor iness In West Florida.
Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth and ,
Fair Dealing daughter Penny left Saturday for

Miami where they will spend a A w / ,
TONE few weeks with the former's I
And HonestMerchandising
daughter, Mrs. James L. Hair.iv .
Pries) In One Hour!

It's Washable! IIMTIT coiur, mi Minimi
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S SUNFLEX Victoria llrawdv, whom r."Hl-
OF COLD WATER d South Carolina..
isein Paste Pant-! AND OIL PAINTS You are. required to appear on
[ Just Like Adding June 12, 11)44) In the above mimed'ourt "
, wherein
end caue. phlldlrtMNekM / i
'indows To A Room WITH ALL THE d llvnr<<<>. Hradfnrd. "'flintyTelegraph ....I"4 t \\111
shall puhllxh thin Order"n A \ YNY 1
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Oil Finish TO :MAKE UP ASUPERIOR enl lath lit l<1H.Slarke, Florida, this May . .or how friends are made in the R. A.F.Hate
Paint (OKKICIAI. SEAT.) A. J. ThomiHA
Clerk of wild Court.T. .
DAVISSEMIGLO Attorney. .Frank. for 1.and'ull'Plaintiff, Slnrko G-12-4t-l-2, 1'lorldn( a "Co e" is a friendly greeting among R. A. F. flyers back at early dawn I ,

from A night mission. It's like a salute among comrades in arms that seals the / i / i /

bonds of friendship in Plymouth, England, as in Plymouth, Mass. It's an offer +1#

or All Interior Walls STOCK STROUT'1''LLYATnF.1Lls'r. as welcome on an English airfield as it is in your own living room. Aroundthe
Cn. ndverlIMer or coonItv
And Woodwork .
72.000 Niles property.of llome IIaO.-made K.rmAcrence. ever..- globe, Coca-Cola is spreading the custom of the pause that /rtshts-haJ
Tlnrer from nil over the 1
World. Free open llntlnir.E. become a happy symbol of good-hearted friendliness in many lanUs.SQTTIID .
RADFORD HARDWARE CO. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY f Jt'narural for popular name .
to acquire friendly abbreviation
J. B. CARLISLE, Owner !. Th a t'a why" you hear

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home of Mrs. Senie Prevatt Sunday SPARKS
'4' 'Action In Arabia and held services. ARK
Thrill-Filled Film FiND :Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr. of Jack-
WHJ AT TO Mrs. Mary E
her mother,
r At Park Theatre sonville was visiting that she hears Spark*.
Mrs. J. B. McDonald last week- rl'gularll, ,
Fl The effort of an Intrepid week or 10 day, from *
American newspaperman to foU end.Miss Prevatt eons Sgt. A. L *"'
1l a Nazi plot in Damascus forma, and daringly follows them. SAVE TIME -- CONSULT THIS last week with her grandparents, South Pacific and ,Cpl, II
the basis of "Action in Arabia" The events markedby Sparks in BYIT(
ensuing are
romantic melodrama which will Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Taylor.Mr. Hawaii n,,,)
thrills) and tense moments AB BLANDING SHOPPING well and trtl
be shown at the Park Theatre FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP and Mrs. Hardy Taylor willing I.' *
Sunday Monday and Tuesday. the American learns how the Nazi shpent Sunday with Mr. and Mr .' part to wind up "-
George Sanders, Virginia Bruce group plans to betray the pro I AND J. T. Prevatt I hurry so they can *t
Lenore Aubert and Gene Lock- Ally leader of the Arab tribes and returnJERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'..,...
hart are pictured in what is said use nU desert warriors in an at- AMUSEMENTSStarke
, ,;\\i. to be one of the season's most tack on the Suez Canal. In this BROOKER L A WTEY '
,:' exciting pictures. climatic sequence thousands of AmusementsThe COU
ly Minnie Lou Hazen By EVELYN" WARREN
'!i"", I' The trouble begins when the desert warriors charging- cam- Milk Bottle
r: J,1, reporter and an American pal el-back, and huge/ encampments ERNEST EUGENE: EDWARDSMr. BAPTIST CHURCH a E-A-T H-E-R-E .
'I" : arrive In Damascus. A few hours of desert tribesmen, are and Mrs. Ernest Edwards FOOD Everyone to cordially Invited.
'j'; /f'W, later the pal la murdered while uatiA to provide one of the most announce the arrival of a baby to attend services at the BaptIst i :: IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING
,1. ': shadowing mysterious Frenchman spectacular thrills ever presented' boy, Ernest Eugene, on Tuesday, Camp Diner Church every Sunday and Wed- ]
: 1:; and an Arab girl. Determined on the screen. How the American May 2, in the Alachua County Come And Get ItlJaude's nesday nights. Sunday morning -) ! :v,
J I.:., i to avenge his friend's upsets the scheme, mean- Hospital. Mother and baby are 10 o'clock preachlng.Sunday even-
I' death, the sets out to while romancing, with a beauti- Place I
I" ': t reporter doing nicely. Ing 7 o'clock Young People's
tlir i : 'rZ I' find the Frenchman, discovers he I Iis ful girl working for the Free Park Cafe Meeting, 8 o'clock preaching CHILI - HOT DOGSSANDWICHES
1 'I ": > plotting with Nazi emissaries, French forces, spices the action. Mrs. M. O. Harrell Mrs. Lily Sweet ShopSnack service, and on Wednesday nights to
Cone and Mrs. Bill Plummer
tt.tlltt, _a*. O .
,. Bar u o'clock Pra Y.METHODIST er Meeting ,
rn spent Wednesday of last week in
:: OUR
Jacksonville visiting Mrs Marvin CHURCH SPECIALTY
Hazen who is a patient in River- GIFTSGislain's Everyone Is welcome to attend onw:: Call St. Next Door To Western I'nionJERRY'S
PHOTOGRAPHS side Hospital.Mr. services at the Methodist Church
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Lawhorn was honored FrIday !- every Sunday. Sunday :School;; at ,
t May 5, with a dinner, the Wonder Gift Shop 10 o'clock. Preaching' 11, R R Y' S-J E R RY''
4 y C. Smith Gardner occasion being his 69th birthday Bradford Photo Shop League at 7 p. m. and preachingat
anniversary. Those enjoying/ the< 8p. m.
fb ; a -Established 1900- event with him were: Mrs. Annie MILITARYSUPPLIES
:Mose Thornton of Blackshear, -
yy of New York and :Miami McCormick, Jacksonville; Mr. and Ga. was visiting his soninlawand
Mrs. Dub o s WorthIngton
e. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. JUST for
Springs J. C. Lawhorn, U. S., l
; Gislain'sP.
t ? ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5; L. Durrance several days last
Navy, New York; Joe Green,
Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 3x4 $5 S. Stores week.
Jacksonville; Russell Green and K. FUNVISIT
Mrs. J. B. McDonald went to
Lee .
Green and
family family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Jacksonville last Wednesday fora
BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. Mrs. Nora Sapp, all of Brooker. Photo few days visit with her daughter -
Mrs. Nora Sapp, Mrs. O. J. ShopC. Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr.
.. Molt, Mrs. Bannle Mott and Miss Smith GardnerTHEATRES' Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Prevatt are r
--------------------- the STARKEAmusements
Bonnie MOlt attended funeral : proud parents of a baby girl ;
IV > services for :Mrs. M. L. New- born Monday, May: 1. They have
some at Mulberry last week. Mrs. named her Wanda Virginia.The _
qM Newsome was a sIster of lira. Florida Methodist League had a
Bannle Mott. Park party last Friday night in the
A crowd of young people en- Ritz yard of the church. Games were .
joyed a swimming party at Glen played and refreshments served.
STARKE A Springs last week. A picnic was TAVERNSBlanding Thor attending enjoyed the event. : TEMPLE AVENGE:
served and the occasion wa.1 Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Prevatt ltLJ:2:I One Block
farewell for Billy Crosby and Center BarMaude's and grandchildren of Jackson- From uso. ccs
I ville were dinner of Mr. .:& I
Howard Douglas who will leavo Place guests -
;r ;--p Ii* Sun., Mon., Tues.-May 14, 15, 16 for the Navy soon. . and Mrs. J. E. Warren Sunday. -
-- I_ Rev Trpvntf fa pastor nf the Run.tlst ..
r b '. Mrs. Lloyd Barry and: childrenare Pierce and D. Hunt of Mulberryare t -- -- '
In Leesburg for a few days. here for a few days with Church here GAMES AND RIDESFOR
i, :Miss Frances Barry is under the their sister, Mrs. Bannle Mott. Miss Margaret Carter spent
';t Dangerous.Women care of a physician there. Mrs. Mack Hall and children last week In Starke and Graham ,

y )In a City of Friends here will be glad to' of Gainesville were. visitors here visiting her cousin, Florence Mc- YOUNG and OLD
know that Sam Mott, who Is' Saturday. Culley.
;' i Desperate Men! critically ill at St. Luke's Hos- Miss Myrtle Hazen, nurse at Rev. Raulerson, pastor of the( .
; - -- pital, Jacksonville, Is slightly im the Veteran's Hospital Lake City, Woodlawn Baptist Church, andabout
1 1 20 others assembled at the
proved. was a week-end guest of relatives

w.V6. Harold Sapp of Jacksonville, here.Mrs. at Okeechobee for several days
tk:4 was a week-end guest of relatives Mary Thomas ts the guestof last week. I zFOIiioiiiers1141
here.Mrs. relatives in Jacksonville. Sgt. Ovid Lewis of Mississippiwas I
4wt A. D. Conner of Ft. Albert Surrency visited his wife home for a few days the first
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CLAY HILL I River Avenue Holland, MlrhlK&n." .
ily Lurarowponilent Ilurgegs Yim are required to appear on
( WHERE ''MIt> JOth 1944 In the above nam-
who has the TO FIND IT ,'d'| i 'xi-pkK ourt, and dlvorp calm. Bradford, wherein County plaintiff II,

burrOn' TlKrai, shall |publish thin Order .
,.ven dream buttons! In next four weekly Innueii.ltnoHn . '
I 1 ___ \\ ni>' hand and official coal
e 'Aid you selling buttons ni .Hiurkc. Florida, 4nln April Zllh,
ys I I> an easy task send I ImE see so many of my friends I Peter Brinson and little boy Sonny. ed l mart. sad oauHf.horeln (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
plaintiff .
i am laying off un- looked up and there was Mra The surprise of all surprises was OUR SERVICE MEN I' seeks dIV"' ...... llradfoid Count)-' An "Irrk. of said Court.
T Frank I..ndrum, stark! Florida.Atty. .
Teletmiph shall publish thin
I Order
StluY to rest1 may 8el1 Gusale Wilkinson and little daugli- when Mary Jo Kent from the rtotml t. Items of I........ nrrrnlna. In next four weekly IBRUCVIIHHHM *. for }'It. 4-21 4t 6.19
I I Telegraph came to see me. We Hratffonl t'uuHr .. I \ nw burnt and official npalat ....
return. burn
when er, Mrs. new
else Joy. Daisy Lang with . .n lnx I <.1.!
g really did some 7 rant" .'...... und Crlrnda are. urged. ts ( starkp, Florida. this April 34ih,
go ,10 (the beach it It gets whom I board also came to see me laughing and r.wpera. br brlBul.a. In news sad I....... 1944.OFFICIAL! ..OorU.t1. OP THMTIOV TO

I wa so very happy to Then Saturday I got to see Mrs. talking. from nr the. .bor!... rpquraird.....y from In horn writ. Nerlcernes la thr An( 'I"k nf SKAL nuld Cuuru) A. J. Thomas Notice.1.I.I.tIt'.Ol.S In: hereby given that* \:*H the

The blackberries must be ripeat Trlfwrinh. rrportlnn. rp.t. cud artliltlr. II. O. Ilrown undersigned, under the provisonaof .
."'"II"IIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIllllUlIIllllllllll"1,,' / I1"111I1111"1"11"11I"011III10"11I111'111/ "' '' Clay Hill now. I know the air of Ist.rrst. Ally for I'lf. 4.28 4t 0-19! Art Chapter of 20953 will i Law of Florida"
1941. register with the
CHURCH OF CHRIST i is soft and fragrant with the -" I, Clerk of the Circuit Court In and '
I lift 'r ( ItlllT. Mil tF(11111
smell of growing, earthy things. MISSES FLORIDAArmond I turned to his home at Lawtey I) IINI't, Fl.ONIIItl l\ IH\\- for fictitious llradford name County of J.iLA.Florida.Distributors the-
Aubrey Mercer Minister The green beans are being harvested M. Thomas. Seaman 1st after getting a medical discharge I t'FIt: 1'. under which I am vmtawdanil ,
I class, who has been stationed with from Donald Charlvn Hryan Plaintiff I doing, business. at1;. Call St.,
and the work the Navy: He ,
[SUNDAY 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study goes on as volunteered I *" Allow May" Ilryan, Drfvndant. Stark, Bradford County Florida.
usual. I love my pine woods and the Coast Guard a t Tortugaa I for service In November 1942 and 'i Caii No HOH4.MtI Hulcl business la owned by: .tonepti
|ll:00: A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and I Clay Hill School and God willing Light Station, Key West, has recently since then had reached the rank |! < / >KU NOTICR 01" l'lHWTIOANI' TO :-: Arnold' itog. tea l Htark. Fin.Dated .
APCKAIt thin
/ SSth day of April.
Communion. I shall be back In August. Be been transferred to the I of petty officer 2nd claaa and was < STATK (HI' FLORIDA to: Alv! 1MI. at Stark. Bradford County I'I'n.
training sta 11 1 Ion at Manhatan awarded three May" Itryan who.. residence la 338 Florida.THE .
{WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Prayer ,Meeting.: seeing campaign bars _._
Beach, Brooklyn, N. Y. ( -- -
I Asiatic Pacific and American
Every Visitor A Welcome Guest II you.THERESSA
|| He writes: "There are about BOO\ Theatre) and Good Conduct Medal. I.;
illiiiiminilMltiiilliiniBlliiiiMiiniiliiiiiiiniiiitr'iiimi' / /' / ''' "'''"' '"""""" "'"""iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiifiitinliiii'iiili, ' Florida '
boys up here and we are Before receiving his dischargehe I
--- -- .. -. .. ... _r__ By Mks Ida lagan all about to freeze to death. We I spent five months In hospital

Miss Kathryn Weest of Eliz- are now getting special trainingfor on the Islands! and In Washingtonstate.

YOUR abeth, N. J. was visiting her aunt sea duty and will ship out I I
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Thursday. after spending three months here. ;

Willis Swindell of Jacksonville Some of us might get to come GOOD CONDUCT MED\t. PARK CAFE ::
back to Florida and I ninety hopeI Ftc Elbert Edwards 80nf :
hill J i recently visited his mother Mrs.S. .
R. Swindell and friends. am among those lucky ones. Mrs. Mae Edwards of Starke, has
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Milllcan Tell everyone hello and that I been awarded the Good Conduct 120 S. Walnut
would like to hear from them.'' Medal,
according to an announcement
lot Dogs and family of Ocala were visit- i
Armond M. Thomas Sea. 1-c, from headquarters of the
ing Mr. and Mrs A. L. Sullivan\
USCG Training Sta., Manhattan I medical unit with which he Is
amburgersoffee t Sunday. Beach Co. 47 Brooklyn 29. N. Y. serving overseas "Eat at the Best
Mr. and Mrs Ben Loper were '

visiting In Palatka Thursday. MACHINISTS MATE
Mrs. James Swindell left Fti- Manassa Captains And forget the

day to visit her aunt at Griffin, Winning TeamThe Rest"t

"COME AND GET IT"W. Georgia.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison and Georgia State Open Basketball )t

daughter of Gainesville visited Championship went this yea- Looking for a Good Time?

Griffis, Prop. Next to NCCS-USO 12c. and Mrs W.V.. Packham v to (the Atlanta Army Service ,

.... Forces Depot's Officers' team Come I
-e-eyw - - ---- - - -- Sunday.Mr. of toMaude's
and Mrs. O. J. Griffin and which Lt. George Manaasu, of I

daughter of Lawtey'were visitIng Starke was captain.

their aunt Miss Ida Hagan Lt. Manasaii played until late Place : al

Sunday. I In the season, when an injury to .
Mrs. J. C. Cochran was visiting his arm sent him to the side I

her husband at Lake City recently lines.! He reports that the season Across from NCCS-USO I : ,:
? ;
Pvt. Claude Johnson of Orlando him and his team mates, inasmuch Temple Avenue
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. a* the state tournament
S. Sibley last week-end. held In Atlanta brought forth a

Rev. Hogarth of Palatka filled b I I great deal of high class! competi Beer Lunch ;
lion The Atlanta Depot enteic.l
regular appointment at the
an offlceis'' team for Ihe first
Baptist Church Saturday night
and Sunday. time this year.A Good Fellowship

magnificent trophy wan tc- I

Gently awarded to the quintet,
I 'and Lt. Manussj says that It Is
Mrs. .laniM Norman
the pride of the Installation. I t

Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas l I! Lt. Managua entered the army :
Kenneth Walter Martin, nun! of
and sons of Brooker were visit- 1 : in 1942 and received his com
Mr. and Mrs.Valter Martin of '
I-N-G-R-Y. ? Mr. and mission the same year. He was
Mrs. Thomas'
lug parents 1
. Lawtey, recently graduated from I '
promoted to flint !lieutenant in ,
Sirs Harry Lewis, Sunday, 'I the Aviation Mac h loLst's Male I :
COME AND SEE US December of last yihir. His wife !
Edd Norman of Water Oak was School at the Jacksonville Nav.lIAir
and small daughter al'eLvlng\ In
at the I visiting his mother. Mrs. Maggie Station honor student "
:-: :-: as an Atlanta with him. I i"
I Norman, Sunday afternoon. and third class petty officer In

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas the U S. Navy. i% iiitiir ('in MI% lilt 'UFOnui I } Ii

and baby of Dade City are visitIng Entering the service May 29, toivri('imJuunlla:' '., F'I.o14D11 i> tn 4V. r r I ,

NACK BAR Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr and 1943 he la now a qualified aviation l.ocklear l Plaintiff, v*. "
mechanic and will probablysee I'harllo l). J.o'kl..I' J)rl>,ii I Mrs. Emery Lewis. L'".." No. :.lion.nm ", I
I I service with Naval Air unit. .Q 8,
a >iu oK1 I'PBL\1'fO-:
I I Mr. and Mrs. James Norman AN 11 NOTH'I-2 'I'\) AGAR/ ( '''. '
WE FEATURE and son Jlmmle, Mr. and Mrs I HTATIJ' Oh' Jo' l'h'lIe
ULAKKLV IN NAVY I), Lnl'kh'lIr, hoe residence. IMHi'17 .
l\f J. Sapp and daughters. Clara !' IHuwi-r, Jt, :
Friends of formerly tUuriiivlllf: New
Billy Blakely -
ANDWICHES attended funeral York We H e4 f
e FRESH ROLLS I j and Judy the of Starke, will be Interested tun arn. -iiilrnl to appear on a v yJr

O ICE COLD DRINKS 9O I[ Wednesday of Mr. Sapp's sister, to know that he has been !In June, 12, 1IH-I In the. above 111011,1COIII.t I, ,
Mrs Clara Newsome of Mulberry sad cause, wherein plaintiff !
the U S. Navy since Jan. 10, *..pkM rllvurcri flriidforc! County ':;
FRESH FRUIT JUICES O Mr. and Mrs. James Norman having his basic training at the Telrirraph shall ,publish .this order EVERYTHING I

Rye and Pumpernickle Bread and son were visiting Mr. Nor- Naval Air Station in Jacksonville.He In Wltn next..H8 four my weekly hand. ,issues and ,officialBfal . ,- l, I
man's brother Albert Norman of was recently transferred to at Htarke. Florida this May
O HOME MADE SOUP Pierce, Fla. recently 8th, Ii4!
the Naval Air Technical Training A. J. THOMAS.: you'll want for
Center In Memphis, Tenn., wherehe Aa Clerk nf said Court.OFFICIAL a
TAKE HOME HOW ABOUTA IV ( 1"("( I'r ('DI'RT BH\I>POIIICKHY. ) is In training for Aviation ( HEAL) Its
('nr"'I'''. 'I.OIUI\. IV t'HAt.: K. K. I'erryman, Slnrke, Florida,
Mid-Evening I Ordnanceman. He In the Ron of' for
: I Attorney J'lalntlff. U-U-iit-6-2
Some of Our Lunch? Raymond Aldrich Plaintiff v... TJ1 Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Jack- -'--r '
Ilan !Marie Aldrich. Defendant. Cane sonville.IN l\ ('1111 IT rOIIII". III tOKOHH4IU BIG EVENING :t.
No 3104 \Tt. FI.O11111t1 l> 1111'- SIiJJIIpilIiJIiIg1
Perhaps name Home ORDER OF PtTBLir-ATJON t'Kill.OertriidM: id.f
Fresh-Made Salad made Cake or a Cup of AND NOTICE .TO APPEAR AMPHIBIOUS FORCES Tumllnnnn Tl r n w tier, .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Gillian riulntlff. v... Hvcrclt N. llrawncr .
Coffee with a DeUcoutt Marl Aldrich, whose residence In Walter B. Wilkinson 2nd class Jr..n.I"t l ('ass No. *nna.OltOKIl ..
nd I SOUR CREAM Sandwich Parma Michigan. Seaman, whose home Is at Law- OK ri'lU.K'ATION: ; ; : ] : : ..
You are herby required to appearon ANI NOTKT-3 TO APPHAIt8TATH
June 12. 1944. In the above tey Is now an Integral memberof OF1 FLORIDA to: I.Jv..r.
named Court and cause, wherein the Amphibious Forces '''of the fit N. BrBwncr, Jr., whose residenes|
Bradford. In 217 Went Center Street, Madloon.vllle .
seeks divorce.
plaintiff ..h this U. S. Navy. Having completedhis Ky. at
('ounly Telegraph shall publ --- ---
SNACK BARDAVIS ,' sand 'h..ue.?. preliminary LST "training at You are ri-qulreil to appear on I
e OrWitnessnemyhand seal nt Starke, Florida, this"ftlrlal May the Amphibious Training lease, :May 21th. 1944. In kit* above nuin-

8th, 1944. Camp Bra dford. Norfolk, Va ,
A. j THOMAS: Wilkinson has been assigned to 000RTMANCH- BLANDING
Clerk'of said Court.
(OFFICIAL KAI.) the crew of an LST (Landing .1" "J
F.. K. Prrytnan.for Plaintiff.Starke.! 5-lZ-4t-Mnrl.ilAttorney Ship Tanks) for active duty. I JEWELRY

Like the Naval Air Force and ,
- --- -
C L .J S E S
the Submarine Service the physical

requirements of the Amphibious For Summer CENTER
Force are greater than for
the other branches of Naval Service May 21, 1944All

To qualify for assignmentto work must !>f' e.-IIt'I'|| for
tity any amphibious craft a can. before. that tlmi ; olIieruNwrite ..

/ didate must successfully' completea I'. O. tlox"" 105.; Htarke BAR
thorough and varied curriculum. and I will mail C. O. I).
The LST Is especially. constructed i

for transporting troops and I _u. _-.i.,II. .OHirtniHiirh.. ___ _u_,_ _.__ __._ ._ _ _._ a_ ;
heavy equipment. It Is as largeas I -
a destroyer-the biggest amphibious

ROUGH THESE PORTALS PASSE landings ship directly capable on ,-the of making beach. I's J


BEST SOLDIERS ON EARTH e. Bradford Cunty friends of Sgt.
O. K. Matheny will be interestedto
Enjoy the newest in
know that he Is nerving overseas -

with a bomb squadron. H!
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. sports amusementsBASEBALLBOWLING'

Matheny who now live at River-

view. Fla., and are former resi-
dents of Bradford County. -

Will Tell You -

Ffc. James Swindell has been The Modernized

: :. .The P. S. Store Is The Waco stationed Is Army a member since Flying June of School 1942 the ground at wherehe the I FUN Spill-the-Milk Baseball Game

crew. He recently spent a fur-

Place To Buy lough at home with his wife and SPORT at
Us mother Mrs. Doshla Swindell. i

RECEIVES Leslie H. PROMOTION Harper, now servingas ACTION

LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE Army postal clerk at Spence r "The Milkbottle"SEALED I

Field Moultrie, Ga., has been
promoted from the rank of Pfc.
STORES to Corporal. He is a graduate of
P. S. BHS and before his enlistment BB48 J Located on Call Street Opposite Western Union

was a pout office cleric: at Camp

Bland Ing.

AT THE BUS STATION GETS MEDICAL-DISCHARGE Valuable Merchandise Awards Ladies Always Welcome ;

H. C. Walnwrlght recently re- t

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1 :' (01 niirrrr\TV, Ft.CIIUU"tot IIT. l HH\I I* (>''' I
1 J JI CLASSIFIED ADS Negro j I: l-J / Is ,,' r. May E. Knight Knight Plaintiff.. l ,, I
,; 'I .... No. 3111 / '
oil>ult 01"' Pt'rlLII'\TIOS I / :
WANTED 11 AN9'F.I-permanent,: room or John ANt NOTK'B TO AI'PKAIJ \ :! / '',
I Ninall apartment iihriiit May 10. i: STATE 010' Jo'I.oHIIA I..: 1 ( .
j LMIng-t on apartment, hou, whose residence. J
loouUxl within 20 Drug I:4t"r.: tip ; .. I. Summerville. South <'
homes for rent, county Jail I J
---- -- .
-- -- --- .
mile of Starke for | "v. Vr WANTKT>-high Hi'hool girls about $15 .u are *
119 East Call StreetVV. wilt i-ltM-ltK., 40 dente per hour..
I Apply tu Mr. Jones, P. S. (Shires,, of clothes i ,' .
T. CLUTE, Realtor lllandlntc. Center. " Cleaners' (Continued
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admitted.'J'I I
e IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL ACf'O\1STAST-\"vlt.will: ""okk""IlnK onFederal week. .... .... :
milk cows, tock cows, beef cattle taxes record: net uihrinkM. ) After cf teed !We* Twp.
NW Cor
stock bulls or hogs, get In ..1.'. Writ llarol.1 BenMon of :ltl SW'rt" S of Cof N W''.' &
touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., Uen. Del., Stark 6-I2--41-8-2 negro run H 21i7 tt, N 11 rt, .
lilt ft, W 794 ft to
'f was N .
tY' Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake FOI1 8ALK:-8 ft. bevel 11'111"H dl"- beg 33 8 1
Telephone 481 Lake City. play cane-Sweet Shop, 118 H". E. A In SW Cur of SW4ur \
lip NW L. W or ny 33 6 :!
Walnut. '
Auction market every Tuesday after he of SWy or Stt'344 33 8 :!:
Lake City, 2:39: : every Thursday Cailallm28, V FOIl SALB-193& I L. of Sys y. W at road 33 6
2, Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 : 41 HuilKon. tip top t l shops, almost Matthews 210 rt 8 from N\V \
---- --- new rubber. See Jim 'or Cof N 1';44 or Nw'',.
MATTRESSES, RENOVATED }',feat, tJuldon tJrlll. 5-5-3t rapping on I run S 210 ft. F 420
furniture upholstered. Drop us ft, to ber0 ft, W 420 :
Oou1l1' W A nn-ror return ofahle !ing to be ft 84 6
a card Hastings Mattress Co., .. and white Scotch Collie -- -
'M Palatka, Fla. 2-18 IQtp 4-21 taken from reBldence. of (toldlexd ,
Branch State Hark. Pleasereturn
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l ra PERMANENT Do your Children are hsarthroken" We, the ",
& r own Permanent' f'ih Charm-kurt; II H. f.lrlffii, Keystone H..III'hl"6-l2-3t

'1 K. InAr Kit. Complete 40 rurlerii equipment.unit *lminj Inrlud-'>oo.KIIHV .. Kla. of. .Lex Green
a'lyr .. '' : tu ili, BhHolutely:: harmless LOST-Hotween po t..fflce and
!. \ Pi-afxed i by thousand' : Including Hardware store a bun..h' -
y y4 l Kny. l\1'K."zh'. !refunded, glamj.rouii, J,,uvle m,.t- (Bradford.f key. Finder please County return .. best, endorse :: "; iJ
Money Bradford
q n "r. 10 office of
'.n..d. n..w..rd-Mr I..wl.
\.I"Kraph.\ !
KOCH vnva TOHH8ALI5 Hunter. Up to our fellow '

t trt1'' FOlt -3-room eleelrK-lty house with I an-l ,I 1--- .. UavldHonMnlorcrel !
running water SALE-74 y
k Bargain! Join I FOU lit condition. ida.
bath. t
7,3J' toad shower 88 at Mld.lleliurn.-W. M.Ma rood tire. Call Mr,. Horder at
vllle., Kla.: 4-28 JtP"UFPOKTH local Telephone Co. after
, Carter Siaike/ "p. i s4"
l .
Sw" Individually 8 I' in. ,
a 8PFNCER rllt..d.-llr"/ : Hertha Pearce. ::105 KAII'C"bln..t Phlli-o radio. \
O(+ .c.,, W. MadlMcm St. 4.1' y. r elertrli ,,< \Y- j : ,.
.AIJo1-Klnlf..r '
'9 1NirI'sep troll machine with buttonhole at ''lKltud Ae rodition.1IIPeF.
; ps Ing Write Mm. Cora H.\\I JOhn"'I' FOR LEX
tachment. lIox.132, rttarke.
Junes lit. 2, 110X 74 _

t 1f _:ir FOR ALL 5

i fly,,rtrl n, r 4 ( DATES GOVERNOR____ ; ',
\ ,
Join with us to elect Lex Green ':

"The All Florida People's'Candidate. ,

$qualified and will keep tjie faith.

\ !fiy the big-monied interests and has \ ,. i,

from them He has no ,slush fund. ;,
honesty unquestioned. He
are !

problems and has the wisdom, \ "' 1 I!: ,
a .
2 Governor. As Governor he "'
Jf serve as !
and needy, as well as the rich. With ,

f',, Pepsi-Cola I Long island CIIII, N. YI Jlu'koton\\IIe.\ in Government. He has accomplished :!
F.I.SI-'OI.\ co. of
I FrachseaI BOtller; I 7
in the Congress than any other '

\ ability has been recognized and ; !

)r To My Friends in Bradford County many 9f our Nation's l leaders." H 0 \ !'

;., I am grateful to you for the fine support Leader McCormack recently said of ': :! ; :! (

.' and the votes you Rave me in my candidacyfor Floridian: 10:00:1!
re-election as your Congressman \

;: } the Second District. \
"' The decisive victory you won for me over '
my opponent is deeply inspiring', and I shall JOHN W. McCORMACK :

1 always be grateful to you. 12th Dist. Massachusetts : ,

,; I am returning Washington for another Office of the Majority \ '
+ .._ two-year term by your vote and I will appreciate -
+ ; suggestions, comments and criti House of Representatives : : .
cisms on issues before Congress. I assure! % "
Washington D. C. '
you again that my earnest study and ultimate '
,' I 1 effort will be devoted to these Issues Honorable Lex Green, {
for the welfare of the Second District and Assistant Democratic Whip : .
.i' the Nation. House of Representatives :

tr EMORY H. PRICE Washington Dear Lex: D. C. .

J'' SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT I take this opportunity in the closing days
gress to extend to you my deep"appreciation for
operation with me for the enactment of .
J r ment of our nation and particularly for your
ment's war effort.Numerous !
war establishments in your state
; SOUND of war funds in Florida stand as a lasting !
,) ments but beyond and above this, you have !
selfishly with your Administration for the : f
Government which our nation has made in war production :

;ain You have done your full part' )and .your state :
matchless record. '

SAFE Your courage, ability and experience is reco
ment on eight regular standing committees,
1',' I OQ which is more than held by any other member. :
'. high committee assignments you have made a :
HANDS \6I time served and upon your actual \ : (
Whip. These capacities of responsibility and \ :
by accident but came as result of your ability .
merit. Your devotion to duty, rugged honesty
i has for the confidence and the
'4 Florida's war problems and post- membership.won you : :

will be :
war problems serious ones.
We have at all times been, able to depend :
Our share in the
err ," 1 winning war- ment of legislation to preserve the security
': :, jobs for returning service men and people and nation. Your twenty years service :

4 women-highway improvements period of our nation's greatest history and I .
d'r Congressman can justly point to
- k employment for war workers- Your excellent and constructive experience ..
; these are some of them. Florida the opportunity of your wise counsel : l
1 To solve them successfully we ship during the years to come. t

With kind personal regards, I am
have calm
must a capable, steady (

It> I 4. level-headed and experienced governor Sincerely, your .
I*' ''*$? of tested ability. Millard \

IP;h 4 Caldwell's record in private life 1:

: in public life, in the Legislature Florida will lose the able services of .

and in Congress proves him to be : !

such a man. Vote for him! gress because his office of =

4 been abolished. )
Florida Will Have Sound Government

In Safe Hands When You Elect '

Ifs i MILLARD CALDWELL/ (Paid For by Citizens of ) I .

;; Radio Speaking Schedule Stations

Monday Night May 15. 7:45 !
Aov. PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF MILLARD CALDWCLL Wednesday !Morning, May 17, 10:00 Monday ,
Tuesday Morning. May 23, : .
Tax Coll.ctor Bradford C0l1nt1.irEiGRT

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