Group 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 19, 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: VID04863
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' | Center BRADfORD COUN'TY TELEqRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

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en Dyal Death I "Cap'n" Bryan Led Long, Useful Life, Voters Will Face I The Race For Governor t

Get Start (The tnllnYrlitsr erfKorlnl np.eareil I* the May ,::1. !.U tie... elnlrr > ... .
Helped Many Railroad X
tributed To ] Short Ticket In \\ Perk Herald.)

On Thursday. morning:, May 11, S. A. BRV.1Nir'k : lived at the Magnolia Hotel here The! Winter Park Herald was not for Lex Green or for ,

Samuel Alexander Bryan died a< and two eons Walter E. and Millard Caldwell in the first primary. The people ham 1
nor Poison quietly!' as he had lived having t George S.. both of Tampa. Second PrimaryA I
spoken and we bow to the will of the people. '
reached the mellow age of 83, An educated man with little I I \l'
gentleman loved and revered In a I formal schooling. Capt. Bryauj The )people of Florida are now limited in their choice JH,
16 lost a miniature ballot will !
fren Glen Dyal, age community where he had lived j f Informed himself through extensive greevoters between Lex Green and :Millard Caldwell.
who go to the poll. In
and his early
cent bet for nearly half a century. He was reading and travel. He retained
r the second primary election next I When we are put to a selection between these two men
[ morning: when sudden known affectionately, as "Cap'n hU keen sense of ob.ser- .
Tuesday, May 23. we select Lex Green without hesitation. ,
him after he dranK Bryan". vation up until a few hours before .'
came to "moonahlne"r Funeral services were held. :fit I his death During the List: In contrast, with the lengthy: It certainly i is not to the best interest of Florida to have i g
a pint of | ticket used! In the first!! primary,
v In one draught 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon In years, when his sight failed he only!! four names!! will appear on i both a Governor and a United States Senator from the t

forty cents' and a pocket the Methodist Church the Rev. supplemented his reading pro- the ballot next Tu day.Starke's I same West Florida city, the same law office and from two
t' G. C. Powell officiating:, Arrangements gram with radio and became an
which he had Included InI were In charge of De. .' \;, ardent devotee of several of the gubanatorlal candidate I I men who are as close together in business as two peas In i ,
were all that his pockets oc- ( ,d. .' About four Lex Green will fight It out with! :
Witt C. Jones. Pallbearers performers. years a pod.
when he was found In ': :' .If Tallahassee's. Millard Caldwell for
inEld of a truck where his A. Knight A. J. Thomas, [//i!.tJ. "-, rrrv., :"', "li.. ago he travelled alone to Hollywood the Democratic nomination aGovernor i, Lex Green, while not a master: at speech making? and

linlons rear hud lain him to soberrore Joe Martinez, Adolph Gay E. VV. 'i i'"<4i' .''01\0\ ... :", ":''*;-'!',:''j* ;;I;J'> to meet Lam and Abner. of Florida In the only not a voluminous passer of bills, has worked untiringly for II
and V. W:'' '' .;! r. '. f" two Of bill favorites. His tripeto
Hayes S.. St. John. ...' .'. ''' .... \\4-. ; I
him home --..... .I' .. . tIV" : taie-wlde race on the ticket.
they: took Captain Bryan rest now In :", ,". 1.<'j. \ '..!'1......... ''" Georgia "to help out" every will Florida and Florida people .

did not know that he was the family plot In Crosby Lake .' .,irM: .,z .i' ,. r,t.f .', tr.l' peach season attest to his physical also Bradford( choose County between voters Arthur Ft. Before the departments and agencies of government in r;/
Cemetery. I."m ; fitness during the last yearsof McRae and( S. E, Sparks for the Washington Lex Green has been
1. : cifand a potent factor in
UNFOUNDED: t and there In very
tt'IORS Among the throng of folk who : .ij. /his' life are many
tilJr'f Superlntendent -
,sly rumors that the boy hud came to honor the memory of r: !: 'I'! rl Starke who will miss the baskets nomination of Public as County Instruction. securing improvements for Florida and In helping thou '
foul play were repudl- mf 1 .- <": he sent buck from
[with of fruit
ands of individuals in
this old citizen several! Florida.
were ': i'I\... :(.J '', In Precinct NI). 2 the names/ e
this week when State's announced At- from out of town. These In- I --jP-- ..:...:. .. .1'" the peach orchards.: of L. L. Conner and E. L. Lex Green is a friend and helper- the average indivk[ t'
T E. Duncan When asked to tell just :a
ey cluded two and
sons daughters-
Crawford as
I after a thorough invest! in-law Mr. and Mrs? G. S. Bryan avocation for Capt. Bryanfor little of whit he knew of Capt. for County appear Commissioner dual. lie has no cliques or machines nor people of big t

bn of the case and examtna- and Mr. and Mrs.. W E. Bryan he had nothing which Interested Bryan as a man down through from District Two wealth in control of him. Every person can -see him and r

j of the body, no evidence ofJnal of Tampa: a grandson Cecil him quite ao much at the years, T. J. Griffin, also In Precinct 1, 2 and 3 th"! have an audience.
violence wa found his work. He took 50 road man and a
Powers o( Port Arthur Texas, 11.job BJ.water a year tall uf
ticket will contain the names
contention, that the ,boy's Mr; and .Mrs. John Thomas Bryan boy with the old F. C. %' former colleague of the Captain, Jacob J. Johns and J, L. Sllcox Lex Green has served Florida 20 years in Con res* and : ,t.

had been broken was also Mrs. Willie Mae Edwards P.'railroad when hot was 15.: He expressed devotion typical of candidates for Constable DIstrlet there is no taint upon his record. Lex Is not a good pair .

|..1.| after an x-ray to bee and Thomas Joyner of Ogle- was steadily promoted throughthe many of those who knew him 1.There. i licity man for himself and for this reason not so many j ,

thorpe Ga., Needham Bryan of I yean: until when retired 13 best when he replied "Just district contests
are no Florida people know what he has for his ;
autopsy was performed inicsvllle Albany. Ga. E. G. Firkin of years ago, after more titan 50: write all (the good things you In Precincts 4. 8.: 6, 7 and 8, accomplished : .,,
by Dr. William Law- Bartow Mrs. J. R. Durden of years' service he was Road can think of about a man, and so ballots there will show the home State in the lower House at Washington. Here are I

Alachua County Health Of- Nichols. Mrs Urban Spearmanof Master employed by the S. A. L. that description will fit the Cap names' only of candidate ,for I some of the undertakings in which Lex Green has been n ;

In collaboration with Dr. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. D. railway and still actively Interested tain to aT." Governor and County Superintendent leader or taken a prominent part in bringing to a successi i i

Pollard. Toxologlst, of the l>. Rigby and Mr. and Mrs! !Fred In transportation. RemlnUclnR'' regretfully a HUH .
erslty of Florida. Cia rktton of Jacksonville, Mr. During hU. successful railroad later Mr. Griffin. Raid "Every I ful conclusion. Read them carefully and ask yourself what

STO'M: .\CH ANALYSIS! I and Mrs. B. M. Burbage of career Capt. Bryan helped l body loved him from! the green- Caldwell has: done in Congress: or out that Is: even remotely S

rpport on the analysis of Tampa. number of boys from this com eat section hand up to the'nlg I Waste Paper comparable:
GKOROIA munity to get a good start and Boss' Maybe that was becausehe 1 1I
stomach which Is expected BORN IN : 1. Extnlillihiiirnt nt ,ISA,000,000 Nil VII l Air Him* At Jurkionvllla. and P Phe
reveal the extent of the Born In Andersonvllle Ga In promotions with the railroad and wasn't n 'fluffy' man. You Nucrpmirully wnrkrd for .smaller Naval .Iahllallm.nta at K..yW..t

nshln: poisoning" has not 1856, he was married to :Slarth will be remembered kindly by I know what I meim- he never Still Vital Need Pnnana River, Purln Field lloca Chlca, Hoca Orando, DroniionFll ,
been made. The purchase of Ann Williams and came to live them as a man of unselfish! '! liked things like button holy
liquor was made within "I In Starke 44 years ago. He was character. I bouquets, and, everybody knew I Dnytona l>ach, DoLAnd Dinner Key Dunedin. Lou Guilts, EllynonField

,e's throw of Starke's cor- I a Mason an Elk and a memberof Capt. Bryan will also! be recalled -I that If he didn't have a cigar L. T. Dyer co-chairman of tha I KvniKluilex: .'lIrna n.1I nil, Fort Myern, Fort Pierce, Green Coveprings
$ HlulKuli. Hollywood, Jupiter, Luke
City Marathon
ranging' the I. O. O. F. and the as a man extremely devoted ; In his mouth, he'd soon put one Committee, believes
tlon limits by boys county Salvage .
Melbourne Mliunl/ New Hmyrnu, Panama City Port Everglade. Fort
n 15: to 22 years. W. O. W. He had been a member to his family, which Included there." that more effort! must be I l.iiiidiiiuli| >, rtlchmnnd, lit Augustine, St. Mark's Ht. Petersburg,

val's death climaxed a of the Methodist Church : five children three of I It wan a revealing descriptionof put forward( In the waste paper ford, Patifley Field Tampa Tarpon Hprln >, \'al' lleuch. Wed Palm
involving Louis Smith since the age q( 20. I whom survive him! : Mrs. ArthurB. I a man's '''SII and a fitting I drive due to the critical shortage Beach and Whiting Field" 1 Pvnnacola Naval Air Station greatly IniTfaxeil. -

iy hone father's truck the body Railroading was both vocation Williams, with whom hi tilbute. of this material. I Total conMrnrtlnn expenditure. t.690.792.< .
- 2. Establishment. of Camp Blending. and worked .uccennfully trI i
found, Seber Fox Dewey I Because of the difficulty In following- military ettabllxhment! at Orlando Air Ba.., Data Mi-
en. Jeff Murrhee, Merrill) Floyd Green Elected E. L. Crawford USO Pins Presented making satisfactory arrangements I bry Field" Tallahassee, Avon Park bombing range, Fort Barranca. ,
'fig and Junior Bradley. The for picking this material PenmiPolu, Sarasota. Army Air Field flora Raton Army Air Field BuckIngham -
I three were Jailed pending I Legion CommanderFloyd Thanks Voters To A Large GroupOn up Mr. Dyer plans to concentrate Army Air Field" (Fort Myera) CurUtrom Field" (ArcarU. ) Kitlln'

Investigation of the case Mother's Day the drive Into one weekof Field (I\'alparl.o), Connera Field. (Okeechobee, MacDIII Field (Tamp.I', Y
g with a colored boy. Elijah I Green of Starke waj Although E. L. Crawford, candidate -I each month Instead.of trying D.iir Kleld (Arondla ), Drane Field (Lakeland) llendrlrks Field (H' "-
for County Commissioner, l brinK), llomeiitead Army Air Field Camp Gordon Johnston (Carabell*).
ee. whom the boys had glv- made Commander of the Jones At the Mother's Day tea at to cover the territory every week. i
District Two was the first man Key Went TnrrackK, Marathon Flight Strip, Morrison Field (Want
"ride" late In the night. Post No. 88., Washington He plans. an extensive!! drive next
a Langford-Whlte the USO Club. Temple & -
to bring his "Thanks" to the Palm Ilearh Prew Field (Tnmpn), Camp Murphy (hobs Bound' Taylor
Murhee and Merrill Grlffls American Legion, Tuesday night. Telegraph: for Sts.. pins for 150 1 hoursof week and nsks the cooperationof Field. (Ooala), TymUII Field (Panama City), Venire Army AirField
e not held because It was every citizen. ffiaixlon Field (Terry), Fort Pierce, Harlanna Army Air Field
This post la composed of veterans :: printing after service were! presented to
med that they had left the "There I 1M no excuse" MI' Dyer Miami Air Depot, A. A. F. Redistribution Center No. 3 (Miami Hnich),
up before Dyal died. The oth- of Union and Bradford the first primary members of the Women's Service says "for anyone to destroy Miami reach A. A. F. Training Ftane, Montbrook Air Field. Brnoltivllt

were released Tuesday. Counties. throughan Organization who have done a single bit of waste paper during Air Field and Cronn City Air Field. Total expenditure. tS31.71S.10S. I
error his 1. Obtained chip conHlrurtlon by Maritime Commlenlon at Jaekaon
".\D BEEN ON PARTY Mr. Green Ls an oversea WorU: message w a 1.omitted volunteer service In the( club this emergency. Save every piece.andIIlIck vllln and aided Maritime Com. In ship construction program for

he boys substantiated each ,War One veteran and la a life from through the three years since It rte separately magazines- Tampa. Panama City and Arlington. Total expenditure about
er's story of a wild goosee Bradford Coun the last Issue paper newspaper and rough JI80.000.000.
long resident of ( opened. Those who were given .
from one town and tavern paper, and cardboard. Loose pap 4, Aided Naval Ship construction program of Florida In contract
another lasting from early ty,' and a cbarter member of the 'of' the Tele-. recognition were: Mesdames O. er may be packed In boxes but I In the 'amount of 301,000,000.B. .

iurday evening until they were above Post. He la at\\/) ,a memberof s' raph.1Ir.Cravford L. Beaaley> Ethel Biggs, Edward nn trash or other waste material Encouraged Civil Aeronautic Administration to. spent In Florid
rehended about 4 Volture ao..t'Eight. I should be Included." I,310,217 for airfield and other development for war tfforf.. I i
by police the Forty Burns, L. A. Canova Marjorie
stated: high before .. Worked vigorously for neoe..ary facilities for service men and
ock the next morning. Offl- and the D. A. V.'a. He U a If paper pile up too
I E. M.
"To the vo.- Carter Morgan: Darby, collectIt women their families and war worker through application of
had been tipped off by taxi brother of Con res.'IJX1alLex' -- arc of Bradford Davis L. A. Davis, R. J, Davis someone come to It If 'Lanham Act funds. More than ftl.000.000 of these Improvement fund .
pany employees who over- Green who was in 1933 unani Mr. Dyer will has been spent In Florida for such necessary facilities as school build
rd some suspicious conver a- mously endorsed by this Post as County: K. G. Duncan' R. A. Green T the owner will take It to the Ings, water-work., roadt, child care, U. 8. O.. hospital, public buildIngs -
when the boys stopped to the outstanding citizen of hU "I wish to thank all who supported W. Healey Harry Kaufman, 1 farmers market and place under etc

Ire about "girls". county and community. me In the first primary.I Jeannette Klncald. Carl Knight i the shed or bring It to the courthouse 7. lie voted to fortify Guam and all other American possa..ln. In
: the Pacific and worked. against and epoke against the asha of
be verdict that Dyal was) ccIly Other officers elected were: am a veteran of World War 1 L. W. Koch. C. H. Nasworthy, scrap Iron to Japan. In hi* effort against thin ha predicted that It

dead acted as a veritable First Vice Commander, S. A. and agent 51 days: on the Hln- Grace Osborne, Bertha Pearce, might go Into Japanese bullet to b. shot back at American noldler.

merang to the white boys Weldon. and Second Vice Commander d nburg; : line. After the war I E. I{. Ferryman A. F. Saul,. Ministers And Camp He vigorously supported and voted for musterlng-out pay act ami
had been Intimidating the S. E. Spark. C. G. W B. Sewell. V. L Sturglll J. Chaplains Meet I Increase In pay for service men and women and for allotment
|iro with talk of a "dead boy" Barksdale was designated< as Adjutant returned to the U. S. A. and L. Thorn, Frank Wilson.' Joe of the Protestant and allowances to their dependents. II. Introduced legislation on this
om they thought had only by the new Commander.The spent 20 years:: on the fire department Wilson L. A. Shepherd W. G. Regular meeting Blan- subject, and .substantial Increases were enacted by the Con ren. If*
Chaplains of Camp voted for and worked vigorously for legislation to. enable men and
sled out". other regular routine officers In Jacksonville. I have I Strlngfellow L. H. Hill J. G.
cling and Starke Ministers women In the service to have an opportunity to vote. If. supportedlegislation
Hie victim is a son of Mrs, were elected. one boy In the Pacific and one I Caldwell. held at the Starke Methodist for compensation. and pension benefit for World War Two)

II 1.1 i Dyal whose farm house Is In the Atlantic serving their Ladle who received guests and 'church on Thursday May 11, ct veteran. and I la working diligently for enactment of a huge program
ated about 1'.4 miles west of Janie LandrumFuneral country as I did In World War. served tea were: Mrs. K.: M. which time the Rev. Ceo. C. for education, rehabilitation and vocational education and training for
"" \\ce. Another son met sudden 1, and I now want to. serve the !' Davis Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrn Powell pastor, was the host. I them after. they. are ...'.har..d. If. I I" also supporting the AmerlCAiLegion'

th In an automobile accident service for Janla people of Bradford, County at': LouIs Koch Mrs. L. A. Davis "Jesus and the Religious Art" present legislative' program.

nut a year ago and her hus- Landrum. 2-year-old daughter ,)fMr. their County Commissioner. I Mrs. Frank Wilson. Mrs. W. E. was the topic discussed by tha

nd. Eddie, was killed several and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum will be faithful and loyal to all. MIddleton and, Mis. W. G. Rev. Robert Glslln of Galnsvll- 1-The CitizensOf I II I Miss Evelyn Lecin
rs ago ID a shooting fray. of Starke were held Wednesday, rich and poor. I will show no Strlngfellow. le. Stereopticon slides of the
partlillty whatsoever. If you see Bradford County I II Now In WAVES
FUNERAL THURSDAY morning at 11 o'clock In the Flowers for the occasion were' /great religious pictures wereshown I '

yul Is also survived by one First Baptist Church with the fit to elect me. supplied by Mrs. L. A. Davis: and' by Mrs. Glsling. I On this coming Tuesday May Mlsn Evelyn Lecln. daughterof

ther K.: D. Dyal who Is serv- Rev. 1... A. Shepherd officiating. -E. L. Crawford Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy.An I Seventeen chaplains anal ministers I I Mr and Mrs. Isaac Lecln lit
assisted by the Rev. G. Crawford wearing a served a delightful 23, you will again have
with the army In the Pacific He was Mr was: enjoyable musical program i were I pending a few days at her home
a and five sisters Irma and C. Powell. big sasUe this week over the ar- arranged by Cpl Anthony Gle- luncheon by the ladles of the the opportunity to cant your ballot |I here before leaving for New

len of the home, Mrs.Macon Born on August 4. 1942! the rival Sunday of his son. HerbertW. draltls. Camp Blandlng. organistand church.At; I for County Superintendent< of I I York City where she will begin

annen and Mrs. Elsie Surrency little girl died, Sunday night In Crawford Petty Officer 2nd assistant!!I to Lt.-CoI.! Carter. the noon luncheon Julius L. Public Instruction As you know training at Hunter College for

Starke and Mrs. Lillian MOM the Alachua County Hospital. Class: U. S. Navy by 7lane from Post Chaplain, was presented.A Thorn Director of the USOYMCA. this Is one of the most Important I service with the Waves

mel'Y' of Russellville Ala. Galnsvllle, as the result of pneu- San Francisco. Ha was home on feature of this program wan presided. Clearances' were It .Is a Miss, Lecln was iworn Into the
developed following a 12-day leave and will returnto from the Girls' ServiceOrganization I I made upon several program offices In our county.
that chorus
Funeral rervlces were held at monia a which demands Integrity Waves In San Francisco on April
bU station this week. the Counsell!! position
B grave in Dyal Cemetery at an attack of measles.In composed!! of Wan. Among was I 28.
Another son, Thomas A a 1'0' ,, Seminar on Wartime Problems -, financial ability, knowledgeof
o'clock Thursday afternoon. addition to her parents she da Pearce Lorene Moncrlef, Ether I ing and She expects to contnue her
with the stationed In 29 and 30 at the the schools In the county,
sisters, Idel. Crews, Lora Crews. Vlrglnla on May I radio technician having
member of the Missionary Bap- Is survived by three I a deep Interest In the development work as ;
t Church Owen Dyal had spent Martha. and Frances: Landrum, all Washington, It expected home Sl'well.Ielba: Stringfellow I Starke USO.Chaplain .Kendall B. BurgessInvited 1: of education for all our had several months' experience

hl| life In Bradford County of Starke. Saturday. and Margaret Stringfellow. the to be his guest I Ion I children. I have these quail flea- In that line with theMlcrottate

rcpt the 18 months he had H. E. Tucker. Carl J>hn*. J. I, group JunO 8, at. Camp lions, and It Is my sincere desireto Company of Los Angeles before

ved with the Navy before he B. Alexander and L. A. Canova Odd Fellows Lodge Alvaney Carter |,' landing.Thursday. I I serve you as your County her enlistment.

discharged recently becausewas served as active pall bearers at Orzanized In Starke : Superintendent
found be underage. body, was MM. Alvaney Carter 68. died Revivalist Here
and the
to funeral OF I of experience -
the Installation of a new Odd I TO Tilt I'ATKOVI Through my many years
c would have become eligible taken to Brookvllle for IntermentIn lows Lodge to be known at Fl"I-1' Tuesday. morning at her home 1.\WTr.,' SCHOOL In school work, I know R!'v. L. J. Oliver of Tallahassee\ : .
enlistment In the service Lake Lindsey' cemetery. Arrangements 13" was: announced this week I near: Muxvllle following a brief your school problems amt need Is in charge of the revival services -
. October. He was still wearing were In charge!: of I officials\ named at a meeting ,, UlnesH. She was a lifelong resident The Board of Public Instruction I and I know how to fulfill those being conducted!' under tent

e uniform of the U. S. Navy DeWitt C. Jones. Tuesday evening In the Masonic of Maxvllle and a member I of this county has call..11upon needs. People throughout the neap Union Bug station. Rev.
hen> he died i of the Baptist Church. the trustees of the Lawtev'
early Sunday.I Hall. The new group will comprise county who are well acqualntejwith Oliver has spent 25 yearn in the t
I Big Day At Graham about 33men.: I Mrs. Carter Is survived by her School to decide when they want |' me have faith In my ability ministry. Having held. several ,1
K'OTERS ; husband Hannford B. Carter a the 1944-45 term to start an.11we I
I to do to. pastorates In Tampa.
Tom Klene. Noble Grand, of Mrs. Minnie Carter each
will bIt observed daughter In turn are asking
To my friends who voted for Homecoming Day Mlddleburg. was:: installing officer Maxie I ask you to consider my qualification Bristol and Tallahassee.
Baptist both of Maxvllle; a )n. of the Lawtey School I .
Graham patron' each
't.4 at the *, and after doing so, your Services begin at 8 o'clock
supported the recent I and other officials from
, me In Kay 21. Carter of Starke; seven grandchildren a card telling\ when they want
Sunday us afternoon, at
"nary I Church on Pa- vote) and support on May 23rd, night and Sunday
Offer St.
incere ap- Jacksonville Augustine
my U Invited to( cotna. and two great grand- the term to start and mall It to I I
"datlon. Everybody will be greatly appreciated. 3 o'clock.
Although defeated latka and Gainesville: were present children. once so wean
n,, happy to say' I waged a fair The pastor L. G. Hemingway dinner will for the ceremony. Funeral services will be hellSunday he start undersigned when the at patrons want 'I'IIt Thanking you I amYours Rev. and Mrs. W O. Callahan
"I clean said this week that very respectfully are assisting" In the service The
campaign and have novice Refreshments were served to afternoon at 3 o'clock
atl I to at once.
: at McRa4.Paid is cordially Invited to all
served Arthur R. public
or in will toward anyone. be andnmuand will tot. the entire group at Jerry's Place the Lone Branch Cemetery near Board Trustees>! Lawtey School |
), the services.
lank you. good singing I I ( Pol. Adv
following the meeting. I Maxvllle. 0 J. Phillips, Chairman.
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Then while Gene and I were shall come back to you when the':' nice basket dinner. A larga'' Mrs. S. D Goodman arrived: of Mrs Ethel T>dw.
& THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH gorging ourselves with homemade war Is over, and 'I shall bring group of people enjoyed the day. home Sunday from Pomona, 1 beth Miss Kathryn) w "
I Calif. N. J. and Uadelphla .
sausage, Jesse/ scrubbed the you a richer fuller life i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neal of Pa., ,,,., )11\. #,J
1877 'I'II II''
'; ''f E..t..hIlMhl'd skillet out and filed a few slices, I can see Clay Hill school now Hampton Happenings Jacksonville. Mr, and Mrs F. M after a two week *":"* ;,

K. L. MnUhPWH _ _.________ _- Editor and Owner of rancid bacon for tits supper. I In fantasy. There waves old lly lUrbaia Home Deca and Mrs. C. :M. Dees, of I former's parents tt"t v w ''I", II\
of thin little ] GLORY on the flag pole ''u '
Now the moral entertained Plant City, were week-end guests F. Brown *
{" ItSCICII-IIO.V' tATE yarn is': When meat points get I I1 have:; given my pledge to,? Mrs. at Phylls her:: home Thompson Tuesday of- I .T-- ,,1

a Vciiily. SH1.7.V.; : SK; MonlliH. $1,00 scarce and company drops in for I many time to tutn my back I last week from 3 to S P. M.with' .: '" .j
dinner- Oh well; anyone with [ when the bugle calls So tonight
Entered. !Matter I feel proud I am an jset-acquainted/
I'ubllthrile'-klj on 1'ridaye and Bit Second Class the sense of a goose will know strong .
at the Post Office at Sturkp. Florida what to do. That K. If you have ) American yet humble because of I soldiers and wives.different Eight kinds were of needlework present WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT '
and not enoughto my grief at having to fall you
country sausage were enjoyed. Later the CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA:
/KO around. If you don't be- 'children. For when the bell rings
lieve It'll work Just try it! this fall another hand than mine hostess served tempting FERNANDINA, FLA
zF r UNCLEJOE'S knf.wnext ments. An invitation Is:: extendedto
may ring !It. I shall let you

)''.' CLA Y HILL week, If I am .sworn in. the all Blanding wives to attend _ ... _n_...... _ _......., ._ ,_ -_-_=::
these parties
at' --
my. -
p t.. tt\ Lura nurgewtCorrespondent The bugle blows! my country LAKE: PARTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR
''I" I
calls. I have answered "COM- Misses Betty and Ethel Mat"Durllng'and l\1.11\lany Years Experience Makes It'Possible for Me lo ]
. J A W The bugle blows'! :My country ING." Carlos Meyeis spon- EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEIt\1C'E testy;

I" calls me. The army needs good I sored a "Pound Party" at Hampton MODERATE PRICKS: _
w stiong, Intelligent women. I hear TIIERESSA evening. Thetown's
Beach Friday
fly I
r: 1::" I the bugle" and I have answered By MI*.* Ida Hasan I younger crowd were Invited Starke, Florida
n Comlnjc. 'I have signed the papers. and Mrs. Van
: ing It, but sometime we missed I(0/ to Camp Standing Mrs S W. GrLflth and children !- Cooper and acted Cpl. as chaperonea. .. ... ......._,.... ,,- ......... .. .. ..... -,

eldest Monday for physical examlnn- of Miami are visiting Mr. / When. the "pounds" were opened -
q, batch In one finished room at one.While Gene was frying the lion. Only a miracle will keep me and Mrs. A. L., Sullivan. quite a "feast" was enjoyed. IIUIIU'I"IIh.IU"U""IUIUI"'IIIU'"I'"dll"IIIIII'UI""lnl' , ,' ' "''' ,,"'",",,,',n,',,miuit, ,,,"11'''in'''umni'''''"i",, ,''', ,
$ tr, what was to be a large dwelling sausage, Jesse was perched, on now at Clay Hill. I feel as if I Pvt. Paul Bender of Camp Swimming and games completedthe CHURCH OF CHRIST '
i I house when completed. Every: all empty nail keg leading by the am being crucified. 1 love my Shelby, Miss was visiting relatives evening. ,

Friday afternoon my youngest light ot an open fire and stopping/ school, my children and Clay Hill here last weekend.D. :Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth Jr., Aubrey Mercer, Minister
4u "" 'other woulj come out to spend every now and then to give Gen people I love my country too. I J. Phillips, Mrs Alice Jones for the week-end I
left Thursday SUNDAY 10:00 A. M.-Bible
: : Study
Q u weekend. with UK and help a little free advice bout keepin can never see myself diafted. and Miss. Mildred Phillips spent
1.t it with__._.. thn cooking. Now mvl_ I ....?. hid hnndtt washed. rnllfnir the -Never-- --. I- feel- at this critical time Thursday nf -last-"-. week -In- -Jack--.. with friends at Holister. 11:00: A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and
dest brother Jesse, was farr I, sausage, and not spitting In theI Uncle Sam needs me to help win sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Touchton attended Communion.
r?1 finicky-fancy to bfl a cook I I fh,'enlace too near the skillet.I this war. So no doubt I shall ,be Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Sullivanof the graduation of her nephewin I
Alachua Friday evening. : : M.-Prayer Meeting
.nyhow He would walk a mill Now Eugene didn't appreciate matching away soon. A tear will Miami are visiting his par
"i to wash his hands before eating J I too much of this free advice. He be in my eye and an ache in my ents Mr. and Mrs. A. t. Sullivan. Mrs Doris Hicks left Friday Every Visitor, A Welcome, ,, GuestiMimiW'iiiiitii'iiw -
I with her "''''''' '' '''' 'iimHmimtimiKiiimimitintmiiMiminitiiiitiimi''''''' ''''''''''' '''' ''''' '' ''\'\"\" iiimiit'rtrtm" ''''ItlI' ''IIIIIVeIItlIIIIIItIIgpLUNL''''| '''''''' i , .
s4llpy n cold lunch, or to eat watermelons didn't make any oral objections, heart. Clay Hill Is all the home for a few days' visit --
l; after handling uncured but Just casually slipped a few have. D. J. Phillip. Jr of Perry husband who U; In the Marines - ---
4'rt t tobacco while my youngest brother I grains of raw lice in the skillet i 1'1 People have been so good tome spent the week-end with his I and receiving his "Boot training"

I .-Eugene- and I did not with the Hauange. A few second The Brlnsons at Hugh, have father. D. J. Phillips I I at Parris island S. C. FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY: RIDE
;;J bother with such trifles I(' later he let out a little "Gosh" I I been .so kind, and I have spent Mr. and Mrs. Burslott of Mr. and Mrs. Horace :May and
One Friday afternoon, Just be. and began to flirt grains of lice i 1..0. many week ends with them. Hampton spent Sunday, with' Mrs Mae Sweeney were shopping FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
irr u fore Eugene arrived to .spend the :I' from the .skillet with the tip end The Wilkinson, have been like Mrs. Beck and the Thomas fam- in Gainesville Tuesday. .
.t.. ; weekend a lady neighbor gave of a knife. He didn't say a thing I my own people, and I have Aunt lly. I Mr. and Mrs J. I. Chason FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION:
,f'' us 23 pounds or more of home: I about maggot He Just left that Lime's watch borrowed now. I Mr. and Mrs. Hance Moorer and children, Billy and FrancK PLEASE PHONE> 147
) made, all-pot country sausage to Jesse's Imagination.When I I do not know what I would have and Mrs. Lottie McGillery of left Monday for a visit with rel- 0
a,''dM that .Hhe was, on the verge of the evening's meal was done without It. Then Daisy and Miami are visiting their brother. atives in St. Augustine.
q4 losing, because of unreasonablywarm / ready Gene yelled: "Come anti I, Fred Lang with whom I have in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. MUsa Madge Gay .of Jacksonville UNION BUS STATION
weather. Once-ln-a-whlle get It before I throw It to the lived so many months. The Car- E. S. Sibley. spent the week-end at home.
you'd find the end of a link that dogs!" and poor Jesse answered I ter, Mosley, Padgett the Johns, The Baptist Church regular Archie Eiland. Carlo Meyer, LACY CONWAY, Agent
smelled to high Heaven when It' faintly, "It the old dog knows and Sculley and Osteen, Starling Homecoming was celebrated on I Misses Madge Gay Dorothy and<
begin to fry. We tried to cull''' what I do, he'll starve before he -all -all the little childrenI i May 14, Mother's Day, with Harvene Watterson visited Sil Temple Ave. Starke, Florid)
l yi these out before we started cook eats It!" I have taught and love. But I some very fine singing and a ver Springs Sunday. .

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c? ' In Lex Green the people of' Florida will have Lex Green was born on a farm in Bradford County, Florida, Lex Green is qualified ,I'',
a c a friend as Governor and no passport will be 52 years ago. He is a graduate of the University of Florida through actual experience -
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needed to get into the Governor's office or the and has lived in Florida all his life. He was not reared in luxFlorida knowledge to serve all
Governor's Mansion in Tallahassee. The doors ury idleness', arrogance and aloofness. He has come up the during the war and post- I
war period. Lex
I "I will stand open to the poor and rich alike hard way and can appreciate from his actual personal Green stands high in the

and he will humbly and wisely serve all perience the problems of the plan who labors for a living excouncils; and of achievements the Democratic Party and his character ,:

of Florida, impartially, without prejudice the problems of the man who is struggling in his own busi our nation's have been praised by II

l r without vengeance and without fear. He ness or profession; the problems of our youth who are ambiconvert from leaders. It is an'easier task to I

,, +r ; ' will go to Tallahassee with no yoke around tious for education and advancement; the problems of the peace. WISDOM peace to war than from war to I I

his neck except the yoke of the people. of meek and weak. Our returning Service men and women will EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY. HONESTY AND I

', I ;. r Florida. have'in Lex Green a sympathetic and helpful friend. are essential LEX GREEN MEASURES -'


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, '. Florida's Future will be in safe and honest hands J

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I 1..1. 111, SR, 'or, ..f 5K'4of '
Robertall Cum at SW 'or of Lot .
0\ smll. plaintiff :NN; :'. 'Iu''ua' 611 It
I. k run S 3114 II I':
>> N & W by H:. It N
ffF"TuBLICATION I 111(1 ft fur a i't of brit II U W. C. Powell 8.C8
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Notice; Is i that described lands will be X 3411 fl k ,
VKv< ,T ICE TO APPEARV hereby ul\-n the following lhvner run '.Corn 106 tt R ot SA Cor

U''' ,F FLORIDA address, to la: nobel.tIi Head sold at .public' auction on hi- first. day of June, 1944 at Starke, the It 10"" to ft pt 11 of 3411 beg ft W IOU Darn "facie ..10 uf $..:'4 ot N1i4', &>
W ft
,hose I'om Ito ., tI 105
.,,,. 355 Coast Ar- I'ounty of Bradford, Strata of Florida, to pay the amount due for Cum at toll-; Cur lor Ulk 18 fl. E 210 ft. N 1011 f tlu :
r 'r- 17 Llirht Hattallon A. AL runS' e0 ft fur a )'t IJ J. 1. Ktll" Est 4.18Conn .
I, I h taxpx, herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs of N b..II' as 5
York City New of beg Ih".ee run al Nil Cur of
New such sale. and advertising. 274 n W bO fl 1'1 374It of 2.E', '. & 1u11, lrIt. ;

f ,-. 'milred to appear on E 80 ft to pl "f beg 14511. Mae toward 8.110''um \V XIII fI fir. A ptof

.I""? ,I".,44. In the above namedM" ile.erlplina monnt off at SF:: Cur of Lot u beg Ihrnt.e run \c2)0 '

iuse. wherein plaintiff of laud 8.... T. p. n".. Ares Ow nrr 1'aaea.t'uatSNE14 & run" W JIIII ft fur a ) ft. N Ilr ft. 1.1 210ft

,, i ,i'-'e.. llradford County pt of Leaf thrnee run :N 1(16 rt ,In beg U 5 12 1 r. 3 K411er >ast. 5.33
I .shall publish this Order : of NK',4 & ;NWU! N 137 ft W 1111 ft 11 137 3.U Lot 611 fl N & W h\

"IIJ1I'' 'i I,. ,,U, weekly Issues of NI!. 12 7 19 80 We Wit Tarp Co. 8.23 ft K 80 tt to pt 01 beg .All"" DI'O'K11 110 ft =N" & tI In SW

1 , ,,11 y hand and official SEU' of toIl l. 25 5 20. 40 N. W. Mann 3.84 l'ogt .t 8\V Cur .t Silk 1'01' of l1'I., of, S I'H.? .
VtarkVFlorida, this April I III k run N lOll fl fur ot 5K'4 of :NIgt1; ; u' 112 A. T.: WUktfllQn 2.31
I : All 8ot ;Sot\; ;NEU a "t of brit thence run Cons 011 N 511.f. c'hurd), \' "

1.44' \V of Branch 13 6 20 25 Fonnle. CI'." 3.51 1750ftN 174(1 W 80ft 1otl"an I.GO ttt where N Ilse "f

{ SEAL) A. J. Thomas NW'i' of ;NWU & ;S',: oft a I" ft tu pt lf beg OtO N WI, It RF:''i ('rU"H"NIi -

I''L11'. ,.r sold eourt.IIlIrr"lI. SWU!t of NWU 13 6 20 CO tU Lasenby 1.29 Cunt U tIS": t'r "f led I 16 ,: rUII' ,S 115 ft. for s ,. "

..rl< .larkHonvllle, Florida SKU' "f NE'. Ac 2-A InS k ruuV 1110 tt N 137 It "f Lea. thence\ rlln \

1'lanlntltt. 1 F: Cor of XE'. *fNE'i tt fur R "t .f beg M r.\I fI, Jo: lIS tt. N1U
,e) Inc 5.5-41-5-28 14 6 20 42 "'. 11, Lnxenby 1.37 I I Ihcnrs", run 1.0 ft N ft. theure \lesl.rlyIn \,

S>4 of ;NEU! of SWU 15Fracl 6 20 20 I. 11. Ureen 131 ft H 80 tt 8 137 2.RR apt of her U 1\\ U. (Eanlll' : lt..lh. 3.85
BHAUFOHUl : ft In vt ot beg" ('hot lit. S.'ott MI': Cur lit SSOf \"' I ,
('O' "'r. Ulk 1, Town I.f .111; Com xl .
IIfI'II'r FI.OIIIUAI IM C1IA>- River I" 23-24: 6 20 Ernest Mabry 1.17 Lot 2u7 Will lhu'I'r I \ run 796ft
l Lot 7 of But 8 & Lots 2\ X 333 It ut Lot J"'own :U3 N \"ld'. RN; : 004 ''
31 lIlr.f.: F. .
II' Thompson) Plaintiff vs. 2, 4, 6, 8 of Klk S'JK \ ft. lin'd.rly 2M fl. 17 1 117t
d,,0 Thompson. Defen- Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 N 167tt Of l..ot 32 Mrs. M. 10', Hrl1\\11 2,21 ft. N. 902 fl toLeg. i'i'R !

a ..Nrari\n:; -of !ill( 30 Ac Lots 2, 4, 14 lli6 ft uf Lut 31; lIIr. M. F. I1ru\\. 1.3M also certain' mods' '
IMPLICATIONn S 1. .\ IInl.. : : '
Lot 58 of ii.
Mrs Npark
OF 6 of Ulk 31 & Lots 2, \VI11 6.11,1
lI1J.n: APPEAR N'v of Lot li7 1II1r",1'" man & \\' of It). In y"
"n1'WB' TO 3, 6. 6, 8, 9, 10, II .
>W FLORIDA: ;Neldrar' of Hlk I 372: At Lot 12 iHlk' 14 ::19 tt ut ;S les fl ofleft 1'11'lrd 1.89!! SE'4 1 nt i I-IW\o u.t2: 10 Jr. E' Johll'' 32,23
)' Htt'tllb: DIV Job"" '
'f I,. '..,,,, whose residence Isn,4f 43: Ai Lots 2, 3. 4.
K 39 ft or N 2711 tl .f "hl'I.. 'I'U\\ \ III" "'I'4ilI..1,1 :lP4 cl.J: 1 ,
Los Angeles
| 5, 6. 7, 8, of Hut 44 *cLots Joe King I.U '
l'aunty lot i 5 Utt's Run DIY .0
j-.1. California. p'lets .
2, 4 of Hlk 43 & :
of laudsI
t toI\\.f RW', Lot lnf IUk I \
., ,", "44lliii, rithee appear on 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 of NI1 k 1U: .\ .CS''. 6of 1 of I..t lu Street Annie )1". Ktrol'N' l.SS t tLut t
above namimi -
1! Hlk 46 & Lots 1. 2, :2. $i04 .r N\\'I', If II 1:1: 19 1-1 1-1. -\lIaUn 2,88si4 ::1 lit IlIk 1 & Inydi. "f
,'au e wherein plulndlv.ree. 4, 5 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. I1.
County I "t '. Ha; 1& .Ain N of Lot tn street' Annie :J1te J'eO\I' 2.117: I I
Bradford 12 of Hlk 47 & Hlks tol1 cur H 5 U 2IJ Unknown. 11.17 I.IIt 5 IIf IIII I & IsndH ..

,i I., Jhiil' ) publish this Order 55, 5rt, Town of NewRiver hn\1: 'I ltrhr11 1 1ft..H. X'lI of K1'::', .f 8\\ '. & of lot t.. Street Volley :lICI'lnney l.f.l '
:lill-24:: 6 20 It II 1:1: 44\ .1. .\. A"nl" 8.59N1 1 nt IIlk III I IOX1'
n weekly Issues. 40 Klixit. Wllxon. ],1."t. 4.IS A1, of:1':': : of 10\\ 4 Luis I ,
SK'4 of NKU' 33: A 20 25: 15 2a 10 :\1. I.. 1'10,1 lI.a'l' Carl JUt"h lilt ;ft
hand and official fOV. O. times( 3.ill :': \ '. or Nt1s "f t V'4 \ 25 ft
"I nil SWU of NKU=" 4 7 20 II 21.; c'. 1. &< .r. 1'1".telo2.3n ft In 13of '
this April 12.12) RI:', .t !'tW'. ut 1-1\\1 25 )0 1 Lot runt 22 2
Florida M Jlaxen
,I tin -kc. W'/4 vfw':-.: 4 7 20 Kl AVInfi-cil 1 M I.. llaxen 11.115:; 1-1\\ 1, of al4' or RIv'4' 23 II 2:1: 1\\i N. t'. 1'0 & 1Jrn ll1e. >2.90> SW Cur of let 2: of ?,'
"i I.I' I. 12f acres of NEU 5 7 20 24lnfinl 23 II 2:1: 10 f". C. Freer. lilt II 41 ft.
A. J. Thomas '' 11.OS 1'1';'. or -\\1:-; "r KI':1'I 20 & run
HEAL) C. L, AUkliiHOn
I.". ('curt.I Lots 1. 2 7 7 20 107 RI4: ot1 1"f SI'1'4:' 23 5.1J: 10 1.1 dearVtl iains 1.20 1.1 113.4: fl N 4t ft t III 'I''I'Ilk
I I. .f Jacksonville, Fin.l Lot 9 of Blk 1 & Lots I-IW' of loll'::'. ot XW': '. (',.11111. Ihruii, 11' to ptof
rhmiiHD. 2, 7 of Ulk 13 Ward 4 Hl 23 II U 8 Brown & nll"l Hudson 1,331V'y heg. Toll Jhltttll 33.70
4.28 4t 019But 3.10 11' vf
>|f. City 8 7 20 Sirs. T. 1'a..d HaL .. NEIL of SE1' ofNt M 34Ift IIf K'" ot Lot
-- ; UFonn'' Lot 4 n-lk 11 Ward City 1'l'nKnown 1.10 of of N1Y'y 4- of l lkO:! D, ('. Jonesit. 2.44: "
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'1 IT t'UI It'1'III Lot 3 Blk 11 Ward l City \11'1": Laura Hnxter Kst. 1.15 of NI. 'Pr4& ot y-I':; :' 26 II 2:1: 10 John lhtllnrd< _.90Jo 1..IS. I I. :3 of Elk 22 (.". J"UWI\; 4.77
FhOltlll.1V CHA.N- R'4 ot lo'r..l'1 BlkI/ F1v esr \ ",, 1.,1 on
lM-1.. vt N\\1. Illk 2I1H\ "" "
1.45 A "f Ny!
1. 184 ft Ward City 8 7 20 Hattie :Melvin 1: 54 26 II 22 8 J1. B. I'\rollllh\ 1.13 Knscy'N: Mill Kt H too

I 11.+ Inca Button Hoard, Plain. Lot 1 Jllk 13 'lIr,1 CIty A. I. l9osly 1.15 of"f N11'; 1-11':.' ot :0.1\\. '. Ex ft & Kx, K M> ft. Mm, Thtl"a I Larnnlaux :2.C7

's losrpli. Stephen Hoard, JJekm Lot 5 Blk 13 \\"rd City\. Uud\\in 1.15 Ny!Ii A1/ ,at Ity 11\ :Sil'm' -; I': H HI I fl of N fl ft of .

'axe' No. 3076. Lots 6. 9 Ilk 13 Ward & : uf 1i\V vf 1 K: SO) ft. of Illk 29 usfxtcnili'il .
,'PI.1t,: : OK PUBLICATIONMl City Itubert f. Green 2.16RW'4 28 G 22 3" rJ'::. Edwards. 11.9011 on ,.:"....y.1I

:0; "' :NOTICE; TO APPEAR ot SWI. B.c. n.l 9 7 20 38 :'II'H. 1.llIle Cone 3.05 :-W'1; 1'j' I1f NI':' ofMW''I | AV. Anderson 35.10

\TK OF' FLORIDA to Joseph S\S'4 of NW4. .& NW!tot \ J of lIy 26 II 22 8 I". .\. Fisher 2,23 Cimil'l57'j'! ft K of NKCor '1 V

'..,1 llnard whose. residence Is, SWI1 & E'4 ot --' of SfK4! of S\\4 of Uroiidft-uv 1 : Arll
lid Class U.S.S. SO 715, tlW'. Ea, 1 Hart 215.33 All Jof S'1o fly 26 II 92 13 loll. Little 1.33
I..y..w; Jersey. ft In 8W Cur ot N E'!.. It ot S\\' '. .f ft. N W ilft. .. -
,,11, are required to appear on I of Nw'. J3 7 20 3R4 If I. Jlnn"h 27.SI M 420 Cur of1':; :'. :. S I 105'r'nr to pt otbe
above .. Wa TUI'p. C\). 12.12 2'.. A In N\V 28 6 23 J. 11. Con. C33 I
2flth 1144, In the nam- W'.f NB'4 .fo1B/ ',, 14 7 20 20v. Ha 2 .\ to frll.Ntll'k..y ... '
..urt. and cause, wherein plaln- I-I' of NE'i' lof 81'!. If 7 20 20 H. L. Hough 2.32 RSV'4 26 IS 22 33 fol" TJltle 2.R6 1 lit of land In Start, I

si''kh. divorce and !Maiden name N'i' of ;SW11 15 7 20 fO A. .I. '.I..Iy 1.39 2.IM :1:1: ,;' of ;SW', .f SII1 :d G 2:1: )10 H. J. rWo\\'n 2.30 :: 4l-fl& :N At S by :210 ;
Tele- 10V.. WI1'urp.. Co. 4 Hotimlfil M 1
("red. Bradford County S 10 A ot $K1.1 nt SW! 11) 7 20 A In NW':; Cur "fII': ;'. : '
this Order In & ofNWy4 2'A 3 'VV. Frllon 1,33N1'yi :\'l-Koii. Linn", d1.12I4:5'I'OV.
h hall publish NE'i of NIV'4 I-IJ'4 "f I-It-:i4' of HE''. :6 II 22 by .
28 Il 22 v Mary Jane Ureen 1:..I. 5.03
four weekly Issues.lness & Wft! of NW6ot \ of III.I. .t RNP4' & At ,H by lloyt St.
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seallinrke. 100 C. 1" l'
my hand and official S14 15 7 20 of "
this April 2Ut ; N ot ,N 198 rt ot 14\S'14 23 13 Unknown 211n TIII nt C'O''' mii-inv' OKKV4 OF NKU\ winus a 11.I
, Florida, All NW1ot! SW\ 2.91 N\\I'I of 1-11':". 26 :5 \

'IPIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1-0 ltd{, vf XE'i 15 16 7 7 20 20 80 20 r.A.. 7.1.... Crosby Williams: 7.36. I I S1.,X 'Of of:-\1/1; I-IW'of"t1:-\1/; : '\.\" '&. n II 22 30 MlnA A. Ahh..y 443 !:1 i, 4 "Clyde'. C. HiuiliiTsollMela Powell 720 2.14 I ,
4 I I
1 Lots I. 4 of 'III'
Icrk of said Court. S 3.4 ot tlW' of NE'1 f
11 Ii& All Lots ,
"it. "f Lot n. 1':. Crews Jill Lois :3 l, 4 of Illk 13 llammetl .77 I'
human Jacksonville. Florida & 1'1' 3-4 ot011,0/ of Woodlawn,, H /5 1'2 ..13
for I'lf. 4-28 4t 5-19 ;NW'1' E ot FI'awh, & IS. 21. 32 In \\"IIlolwnU: 8 22 :0 0.0.; :11".1..1': .72 Lots I I. 2!l of Illk 19 Carrie", TurnerLtiht 3 83 i.i.I."L
I Lots 49!'. IIf 6.aJN' Jom M 1 114.>
All N1'f //o1W'. E ofttranch G 2:1: 20 lie... lo..l..y I 4 .rIlk\ 111! 4
1 1f of Lots. Ii, 12VoniiiWa' Silk 25 A :NH; of Hlk 20( A. II. Randolph 0(12( :
N\\/ ot N i04' otWI:; & A. It. KanilnlphA. .011
: of !Hlk 26 I
< 01 H'I' IIKAUKOIII '. S'a
111fT toIl-: I-x 2-A cemetery H. I-:. 9.16 J'I; of N i,4 "f N 11' ItOf Dixon 2.56 Lois 1 2 of Hilt! 27 T. Paul I IItolerts 3.*3
i yrvt ri.oMiu.ii i.\:' & Nx I A In RE, Cur 16 7 20 129 NW'=" ', 33 II 22 25 J. C. M. R 1O68
)( A In N\V ,'or of ;NW'of nlNF'i Lot :3 I if Illk 29
I':', of RSV'i j nt,1:; 'Iflk 211 Kx Lot 2 Joe HWillie ,"an 1.20'
hill. Plaintiff vs.n
W. Half
/ NW' being 140 ydeN : II: W'II of Nl4\ 2 lift Ito>erts as:1:I :l t v
of Illk 30
nlollnt : 4
M. leas I 3.
Bell Halfhlll Defendant. E r 22 10
> & 8 lay 3G yds 34 5
1.53 of NI4:; Ethel:' I Lloyd .77
NW' 2.8f I
I N-o. 3086. & W J6 7 20 I Mrs, J.II1I. Cone .t 33 i 5 22 17 lola Little Lot :3 I of Hlk :ill
; In f'petevllle Alfred IIIH.nrs 1 SI
Lot I Hlk ,15K
Lots' 2. 3 of
( ''KIKlt OF PUBLICATION: In R" ('or of N\VI.
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I A. I.. Crosby 1.45 SP'i. of R\1'1. ..t NW4Ex I.ndl" pavlll 1.70 1 "M: ft of Lots' !, 3 of P
:01'; l NOTICE TO APPEAR of SR'1' E ot J1 ail
1111 :
.\ .B OP' FLORIDA to: Helen ..Ph ot N"!,. & 1.1 U3 ft 13.71HR'Ii of :11\\"' ...fWII:; A a Lulls & Lonnie' Jackson 3.HI
Cone of Silk 10
. 20 11& :Mrs. Lillie N'4 Lots :3, 4
la 7
whose residence 17
Halfhlll of NE".
of W'4 NIl, S ::1-4 .f :N1\-; ofNW' Iola 7.ittls I.U Lots. 1 I. 4 of Hlk 41 Sam Franklin ..17Sariih
I'ennsylvanla.ou ofNW' 22 J3
'ellsvIIIe. of NE11 & I'Aa ; ii "f fly 35 I 5 Lots 4 of Hlk IS Scott let
.ire, required to appear on d'r E 12:! A of '
N\V ( ..I' .f 1 1 1,49W Sarah Scott 2.VS
1 A In 2 3 of Klk III'
Lots ,
In the above 22 I Unknown
2lth.! 1944 nam- ;SWh of N\V4; IV NE' ot NWI. 35

'..our and cause, wherein plain o.t 8W'/'. &; N\V4; oIO" 213 H. A. Weeks 21.50 3-f of N\oi\ of :1\\,1.: !. ofNW'4 1'. T.110 :\f. ningfelder 3.114 l.lIMiNTON '1'11111' .t VG'S All 111'1'10'IN: A 23
20 15
"" -1
urnph shall publish this Urm 82V'4 ot NW?. & NWj; ? 8/1/ C. C. D..s 6.70 SIc1'4' .t XI''', 2 6 2:1: 40 Pearl Itnhlnenn Itlk 5 Van Ness.. & HelloCarl 25.76-

next tour weekly Issues.itncsr of I-IW'4 22 7 20 1 A In ;SW'4' of :-\\.j; of Lots 5, 6, 8, \9, lOot
my hand and official seal 1-1'-7 of NtV'4 ot NW1!. NW1'; as per Ilprd U..,', Hlk 11 I hitch 24 A(

:talk Florida, this April 25th, Fx 1 A In SW CarChurch J9 A. n. Rosier. 2.90 In \1..1 trook 411 page .. 11. Crllndw..H 1,93 Lots H, \9 of \H11 16 Cora A. ItrooksK. II 52'
1 5 21 22 1
( ) 2 8 NH of Lot 2 ...fIlk\ ID I. Wllllums 1.2U

,KlfTAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas All 1\\\4!! of NE' N of \V1n3nf HW' of :NIt 1 & 26f Lots 6, 7, 8. 8. III. II.
1. nrvnn
'Icrk I of said Court. Ltd I & 1 : in w.E Curof 23 Carl Reddish .- 1.75 51:4, of ;SW 'i f O n 80 A.1.lvln Urlffls. 1.10N 13 of Illk 26 Wm. Ilalln 17.83f.

'rank Landrtim Starke, Florida Sls'4; t 21 G 21 N\V't:; of SI-:". 9 II 22 411 ...'" I. 2, 12 13, 14 of
for J>lf. 4.28 4t 6-19 S'y of NW'4 Ex :3 A In : lay\ tt of SiSI of 'I'h..ll1tHhol..n 3.25Cunt II lit 30 Earl decree2tt 3.44

-_ Nil Cur & all N':. of 117 L'ryRrldlsh 2.3S S\V'1 l 1'1 or ny 10 G 22 4 Lot I of lilt I E I'." H 10
MWr: ot flran'h 37 5 21 n' !NH: ] ,'or ot W t"or ft Ac Lot between, Illks

f ( 1111.11i' ('o'It'r. nit 11)1-'0111)II XW'' of SW' I ..c 16 A S17'4, "t NSV'4 IV run H & K: III N. J, ..limesAddition a

\Tli FI.OIIII1AI I.V: I'HA.V.PMV. on w aide &; all SW' tI San: ft. W 2na ft. N 1 in Stiirke' 0 SI Mrs Pearl Simpson 2.11 L

of S2\ !i'ANlnOfN ttranchEx : lien Faulkner 2.05 3:10: ft. I': 200 tt to pt Frank J1ryant J.91 S
4'1 :2 I
Ii 2t s:2:
![ t'ur 2R ..77MV' A 10 6 'riiiri.isniiirioM: : TO ""I"II"lN: O itJ: M
Mae :Mitchell a minor 11. TI"'lI1a.. of 1.1'.
20 };.
[ ,lens-Ins her next Friend Plain- I' ot NW'4 of toI\V',. 1 II 21 Com 20n tt W of X1-1 t'rof r rN
A. A. Annls 7.20
ot NI & SF1! ofNW' ...tNV'4 Ulk 4
\ 1.83 W'' ot SK'i
i Guthrie While
s. A. Mitchell, De- //I II 21 120 T. J. :J of Illk Case No. 3087. & NW' of SE'4 ; k run 1'1 420 ft.'V 42 ft of Lot 3

loltPKIt. OF PUBLICATION: 8R'4 of NI y4 Ex 1 ACemetery J3 8 21 39 FI'a..ler. Kelley 1.18 to road' N 27 CecllgThunn e h jji,
Ulk 27Lots
Lot 8
IA.N-I=" ,* NOTICE TO APPEARATF I'll k nolvn 1.13 Along. road 'fl' 4 Sr' Jo.f.: Orlftln 2.86
10 4
: N'. of RF.4 of SN4! //I 7 21 8.35 thence N to leg 10 6 22 ll: 14 of Illk II.II..III"M' ,
OF' FLORIDA Otithrle Waller line.
to: 20 If. 8.
ot 8WI.. ot SR' 20 7 :Nf Addition' to
Mitchell. .!,. ..whose. residence Is b5 SVi4 A In NLL ot N1:14 \V _tn L ...rnnd.,,,,, ,.'n.. .. F.I: Shark 28 6 23: Win. C. Powell 1.75 '
K'" in are C Hiuornia.'Hi I deeded t WlI1la Com of: j'W': ," of u\-'.- It LittIna nt tllk 2 k I I.ot '
appear on nil & 84of ft fa N & tI Ioy 5314ft
2Sth Jones : Blue JO.83 1'1 UO ft. 15112
1944. In the above namJ'ourt 13 Norman run
2t 1'urof
2f 7 Fl&W In NW
ot NSV4!
I-It4 9.938E'1 : N: along
r..a,1. thrnc5
and cause wherein plalnKcfUn 40 J. (1. Young to 7l'Sublily.
7 21 Lot 3 lIuwllnK" t
of I'IW'.4' 21 I Pine. ,
Bradford NF:14 mad bl ti. See.
\ County U 6 22 Knllie Fred Lln'l
of"ilt .
of NEL' &; 14; G.U br pt ot 2.74
Graph shall publish. this 01'In =" lot SE'i'. 25 7 21 60 Eliza. Hall t h..n..eV I/) 8 22 "A n..l Orlffls 1.15Igo : Lots A. H. C! nf Sulk I.
I next four weekly laMu"". of'Rd lugW'iy 11 ft U 211 Toulae C). fJardlner \\'ynn' Add In Ktn'k", 2R II 23 }loy,1 1I01l0wa 2,01 y
SW'4v NI-
All ;SJo ot ; Young 7.07 ot ; lit P4 a.1ft
Morgan S\YI4
my hand and official seal. 1.3 A 28 7 21 7 Clyde 11 8 22 20 Unknown Lot 1 of Ilik 3. J. II.
XV 9 N"":'i 3.15
J.II3 of
istarke.:< Florida, this April 26th, N'-t ot NW4 29 7 21 80 Albert &; ,Lula WIIIIII W': ,; of ot 1'1\\SW'S., u1 N"t 11 8 22 20 20 Torn A. U.Hedge Hn..r 2.If I Alvarea Add to Starks 28 II 23 51adp Whl.-ham 1.81J

'WIAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas W'.it! of NWI'4 Ex: I-A to 30 7 21 79 '1'. Y. Casey 1.83 Will ot S\V' 01 SW4' 11 8 6 22 22 211 irene F:. Rrantlry 3.15 ,.. "UU'P4 'UlaI'I'IO\l 1'0 N'rAIIKIoJ 214.:1:1: :

'lerk, of said Court. Church 34 4 23 40 31. L Crews 3.41 1-:'''' of w ''I, tof NW'4 1ii 8 U 10 Charley 1.80 d
K. Perryman. Utarke, Florida XE>4 of NWy4 Wof NW4 Tot 2 ot mk 113 Mary It Maloney I IfI.ota
'', for Plf. 4.2g 4t 61'f'UICTIT Lots //I. 8, 1. 5. 21. 22. \V4r ot NI1, Web. of 3 f .r Hlk 13 P. It IIlIlIan 108
27. 37. 38. 39, fO, 41. NF4 .r NW % to11 It 8 ot IIlk 38 A. W. Anderson 1.01 I
Lute 8.
42. 43, 45, 48. 49, 50, A of SA'4 01 NW'4 It

01 'TY. FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD lo.i: CHA.N- 61, 52. G3. 54. IIG.1ft./ lA on Nend nf W 22 frB. r..arl "''tarllnlr 2.73 C"'I'Y rUI" "''IIIUIW.. A C. A11H1ri0Y 'ro II'rAHKII: 2H 4 :la

W.:R1'. 57. 11M. 60. 61. 82. 63.Voolllawn 10 II 12! 200 L. L. & H. R. Rhod"n 24.15 RR14 of N1:16 of-rW": 12 II 8.12: 110 I.V.. Conway .U

in Mekrult Plaintiff vs. MilH \ II 22 20 Unknown J.93 Lots 2. II, 8. 7, 8 of
Mekrult'Defendant. Case No. Lots 47, 48 'Voodlawn 11 5 23 10 1. L. k H. R. Rhoden 1.13 WI" of 1-\fa\ ot $Wy4 of 13 6 I 72 JII 1'I..lplo' West. 2.10 Hlk Ii III 1..1. I, 2, 23.2f .
J. Lots 30. 32 Woodlawn 111':1,4 fO John Johnson 4.50 of IIlk 2 A. A. Annie UII!!

ORDER Wry 01 LoU 18. 31 5 23 10 11. W. Haviland 1.86 1'1\' "" ,. ot SW'4. It 8 22 lot 12 of IlIk 3 Urenge I.Inee :2676
OF 12
[ PUBLICATION Woodlawn N'y nt KWI 'if IIF'A & 34 Unknown 3.78 lot 7 of Elk 6 J. H. Kirkland ..11I
AND ;NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot... 63. 154. 119. 60 & ;SW'4 of SR'4 ot tlI'4 15 6 22 :'.... of Lots 4. 5 of IJlk
OF FLOIDA to: Mildred N'fo of Lots 57. 58 W' C. Deyo & Bros Ino JO.30 I.otI/ nf "'Ior..n.... E. \ AI Ruth 21.00
Ikrult 23
whose residence Is 1X4 Woodl..wn 12 5 C'anovR'1Io1ubDlv/ In 20Ir": Irma E. O'N1 2.748I Lets 5. 8. 7 Ea W 1'7 tt

"t :North Street Butler Pennsylu Lots J. 2. 3. 4. 13. 14. 111. S''" 17 II U lit IIlk I H. N. Dow.ling'e .

111. 17. 18. 29. 30. 31. \ lot SW! ot NP14 Eof Add. tn tI'lIrk"' 29 41 23 F. F, Flume 7."

ou are required to appear one 32, 31, 84, 35, 36, 4fA r01O,1110 N\V' of 11/1/ .Ira. Irma P O'N..a I 7.80 Lots 2G. 28. 27, 2N. a7,

urt' 5th.and, 1944, In the above named 47, f8, 60. 63, 64.Woodlllwn 13 6 22:! 2GO ::1.V.. Baker 23.85 F. 1: lit road 11 IT II II 22 2:1: 4/1/ Sire. Irma ..;. O'Neal3.PR" . 3N. :ID, 4. ot IUk 3. n. '
cause -wherein
plaintiff I NR'. ot : N. lIowllnl'lI Add toStarke
|Ki divorce. Bradford County Lots 6. 6. 11. 12. Wo04- / 23 40 .1. Jr. Williams 445 Com at A1'n... of SW14of 29 I 22 n. L. T. Thomas 311N".4

B'Kraph/ snail publish this Order lawn UI 23 10 F. n. Woodruff 2.30 I-IF.I! A run tV 209Vt. of NF!% H.c. Tots 1.S. .

next four weekly Issues..s Lot 37 Woocllawn U II A. Ithodell 3.24 Northerly 29G ft E, 2. 2, / 6, 6 In

I my hand and official' lots 3JW 62 Woodlawn n 6 6 22 22 is Chas.Unknown; 1.38: 32 ft ;' 2711 ft to a p1of 17 b :23! 2 J. C. Simmons 2.49 & Kx 'I A In : .. 29 8 22 J4 L. J. rrevatt IUS

Starke. Florida this May Lot oodlawn beg Cool 210 tt No ot 1417' Cur

9ft.'FICIAL. Lots 5. t. 74 8. 9. 10. 11. S!;_ 10: 2-3 ot NW'4! of fI 23 t1 f.vllia Tyson F.t. 211'\\ of NEVI;' .rt NWI. 16

SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1-3. 3 26. Wood- 5 U 110 L. L. & H. R. Rhod..n 9.21 Ef 18 6 U 20 Victoria A. Barnes .71 run W 210 ft. N JIll tl-
Clerk of said ; 15 N'4v ot NR'4 18
Court. of RF-1i. N 210 n, 1:1 210 fl tobet
pis-ht & Knight, Starke. Florida Lot 53 & Ey! of Lot 80 6 12 111 Mrs. E. O. Harvey 2.42Wily ;SWI4 flf 8W' Ex 1 'A 29 8 23 I Anrel$ Oriffla t .. IOSI

torneys for Plaintiff. Woodlawn 15 22 /I/ Avery L. K..ever I.U In ;SE Cor CI Church) & A In RWof RI':',

S-S-41-5-26 of Lot 80 Woodlawn 15 111 5//I U 5 A. Stoker 1.93 Slit ni SW'.Wnt,448N'1 11 6 U 99 Bllznbeth ne Sue 1.89 bounded W hy 14'. i4

St,; of Lot 8t Woodlawn 16: ,. nf $ by W. A. Mathe-1 A
f.IRr..r Lots, 1. 2. 3. If, 16. 16, A strip 100 tt wlll across 'lot 29 II 23 1 O. C. humor 3."
011'11" 17,18&W4 ot lot 31It A ..10.1) ot W'-II of I Un""e Orlffla 2.74 Com at MF ('hr nt T.a-
FLORIDA I.V: CHAM- Lots 39. 40, f2. nhoden 11.3f of F. of road 20 6 22.v & Wenor"-,
tIt1' all 16 8/ 22 135 f. L lit }T. R. 1'1"4 AFin Jo'ay"I'
paid Charles Plaintiff 113. If! Woodlawn 22 2/1/ N.: C. fn..ley 1.68 About 10 8J'1'4. ofw'4 land Ht & run K 1471'
Bryan. 18 //I i 0
Woodl..n t. 6Lot" .. Rsr
of beg
Ailt'e May Bryan Def..ndant.10 Lots 4. 13 22 10 Mrll. E. 0. Harvey ss .rftde. ft for a pt
''' :- 3084. Lot U W..dlawn 18 In Deed page U 10 O. S. Bradley 1.67 thence run tI GIIO ft. I!
21. 27. 28 33. 34. 7 2t '+ ft. N 6110 ft. W
HRDER OF PfBLICATIti.V: flf of n 6 U rr. 5f. Melon 2.nF.
ASh 35,38,37,311&Ny\ 'V'; ot Rlk 1 R 73(4 fI 10 pt of beg 21
TATt=NOTICE" TO APPEAR lot 39 all Lots 40, 2 'W Ex 1 A 1" NF] Cor too Ft ot Nr-4:' ulREI4

Y OF FLORIDA to: Alice 41. 44. f5. 48. 31 62. & Fx] I left 109 f5 N­2lOft ut 8N'1 Its: "or
Bryan whose residence Is 338 81. 63. Wood- L. L. }I. R. nhoden 17.11 E& W R of Ity & Fx
YOII'er Avenue Holland. Michigan t:7.;, 17 Ii 22 205 In I'll'' :: 'br ,. E'4 of uonA In NK, (.(,r 29 II 23 4 )I;... P' Bot. Tlbh..Ue 9.792v'y

are required to appear on Lots 33. 33, 41. f2. 4". Fllk 1 R ot n 1 W. 'Ethel Lloyd lO.t.8 ot tlE% '
Y 29th 1944. In the above nam- 60. GI, 113. 113, 64. 1111. T..mpl.o1ult.Ulv./ 2t 8:2 1'x oJ i'l'X'/: 30 1 U 14 Wlllls Lucas 2,44N

COurt and cause plain. 110, 81. 82. nl 81'4: nl 1120 ft of NW'of'
117. 63. portion
Lit' .Kdlvor Bradford County 64 56. & of Lot 5 23 185 L. L. &. H. n. Rhoden 15.33 That Elk f 24 of R 3 W 1vofSNVB NE14 Br W 186 ft 33 II .22 18 n. D. It n. A. Wellll 3.ft

Kraph shall publish this Or- Woodtawn: 11 of '. See.' line Com lOt IoIW f'or ot NI'I': .

r in next four weekly issues Lots 13. 20 & N\a\! of Lot II 23 2//1 "V .u.... Reddish' 2.84 'S nf SWI't of of NWI4 It run. N iU '

"lines* my hand and official seal 19 \Voodl..n II R..ddl..h. 1.24 aF.1f "W'. nl $W14of ft. 17 216f. ,. nil t'.

.Starke, Florida thl. Z4th.. 17, 18 Woodlawn II 5 21 26 .Irs.F. n_ HarVey .13 ', NP'4-1 A 1 Un k nown 2.78 TI_! "10f1. 14/20ft, W .
April Lots 6 -- ---- -- ZZ 2,4. .
n I Mcnotta-ald
18 2J. 32. 23 .B Alice
it. K'.j' of Lot 31 Woodlawn 5'3 10 1\1. L. Thompson ;;:"bPIV--: r i 5't to hew
18"rifc I R nt n of ...1'4' of
FFICIAL SEAL) A- J. Thomas Lot 45 Woodlawn Mwlof Illk All NKU Eat 17.1
of IS 22 2 Louis
Clerk of said of Lot S3 & EH 3 W In NF4 of 8WI4 NEU: 1'. of road' 33

Frank Court. lots 40, 111I< NH.. of II 23 20 L. L. n. n. nhod..n 2113 Temples Rnh-Dly. Ji! 22 "3 James 3.04 Com at *B' Car of Ht'
19 : t
l Iy. tor I.andrum. "Starke Florida Lot 43 Woodlawn 5 U 10 1.0. 1.. & H. H. Hhoden IU .1 of .HB'4' & run W
4.2g'4t 19Lots
pjf. 5.19 tRot R of beg
39 Woodlawn Tllk ft for a. pt
Lot 2. 3, 4. 7, 8, 9, 13, E44B: lit W'i of Blk 1 thence run N 148 ft. -
t (IR/'tIT. 25 26, n. n. nho.sen 12.15 flEI4 of N 160.8 ft, W
COI'RT'BR.6DFORD 14 21, 22. 2.1. II 22 150 Y. L. & H of R n F. E 148 ft
01 ; ''' 28 Woodlawn 20 n 10 Mr. as mk i N .,f R :IF. 273 ft. N 259 ft, K 2X0ft e
27 //I
JSt :
20SEU rling
IU 1 8 of n W 49(1.7 ft.
PIA.nita 57 Woodlawn 23 10 Clyde NWU of fllk N 271 ft.
Lot 6.
.nt NWU 21 ;N'4 'off BWU ... H 759 ft. K 254 ft to
!! ocklear. Plaintiff. vs. of NWU : : 311I
\ If. Chandler
6 22 5
hurlie Rds E & r ofRB.k It H :IE. of hes 33 -
D. Lo'klear. Def..ncll1nt.. 1 tract 53 1-3 In I 22' 22 17 Ira C. Gardiner JO. pt f'nr, nf -
tie N & S A In HW
No. rds sr|
3105. 60
W by of C\ 3.20 .nr of hDivBlk of MI32'! 1 32 1 Joe Johnson 2.44IV'OI.Y
) I- of
ORDER OF PUBLICATION: NW Cor of SWU 22 5 22 20 We -Va Turp. 8 ; lit N 1': NWH
AND=" NTICE. TO APPEA NEU tlf n 2 E w or "Y.) 1:1. aa
I T A NEU Ex 30 A 210 tt nt RE4i: of l'lk! CITY CII'! ', OF SPAS
I T5OP FLORIDA to: Charlie I1IWI. Cor W 3.4 1Ir. Irma Eo O'Neal I.45E't ot R 3 F. F.x I 1.21
rklearwhose residence Is In NW 6 22 GO 2 S Florence Albert
i'i7 of /SEU tt 5q In NF: Lot 1 of IFIk 4

'.rle. Drawer Bl Stornwllle, New of of NWU NEU of NWU! Ex 230.V" 15. U 19 C. J. k 5t. Dlnlrfelder 3.64 f'or.Tot 1411 Tempi. 8ub' 23 6 23 2 Rebenna Clark 2.63 Lot 3 of Illk 6 Ella Williams 1.28."4
Philip A Joe Johnson
You ar.. Cemetery DIV. Lots 5 7, of Bile 6
required to appear on 1 A ,
"'ne 12. 1944 (In the abOve named of NWU & WH, of 2* 5:2 eo.:1.: C. rrevatt 3.77 Com BSV.jV of SIlO Lots 2. 3, 4 of Elk t Rehtta Cummings 2 I

'.Jf "and! cause, wherein plaintiff SEU; of NWU 8, TMk 23 for t\Si pt tlf beg.thence Lot 7 of Tllk 9 If. A. Prescott Jr. 1 II
,,?. divorcee. Bradford Countyh Lots 5. 6. of 8.41g'R ft I
W W. n. Bags' Pat fla of NW'4
Lawtey of NW'4
*.ph. shall Publish dde OrderWuxt Town of 23 II 22 runP10A00 N ;
ltfcAwt. I" 2.33
Cherie Ann
four weekly Issues. o. 1.18 Ion b... 22 6 23 Aaron EIAon: 'Vend&
.," my hand and officialhl of .Blk 2f Town 23.6 23 Donald to Ept oaf NEtAet 1.59 Ex: U A Vault Lot 33 < 22 13 If. E. Johns 11.11
W Randolph
At 8 A. R. i
MayA. ) 0Town (22 3
Starke. this (
of 22
<> 1944 Florida Lot 2L.xt.7 23 15 13 Unknown .54 8WI.. I.t AWI/ Mi! of NWU! of KW'/i
W of By A of a 9 A i
W 3 Also Com on H line 60
-1. THOMAS 2:10: 24. 2S. 211 1J 32: roads
19 $ nil.
A* Clerk of said Court. 1.AWTBT H OF BY angle between 22 3 C. M. Silcox 1.32 ft W of Ry ru I

(OFFICIAL BEAD TOWN: OF i In lit,(, of '3V. of BWU 2JEU 6 Thomas S 3.88 IS decrees W 289 ft.thonr .
K. 6 22 U.A. J. W IS d. r. N
Perryman I E of old Law 01 "w'i N of road ss
i tor PII.lntlff.8.2.It-6.i All Lot to W line of .See 83,
Public All
tey & Mlcldlellurlr -.t.: A. Annie J." NWU ot 8EU thenr N to NW 'or

RcI B.WVi of SEH N of Jordan (.45: of H W H of NWUthence !
T & E of old ** 1 22 51 J. W. E to beg 33 ( 33 35 The American Trust Co. 7.91
11 8 road
.4U; ; All Lot ..... (Continued 011 page
f.GiO Lawtey & Mktdleburlr A. A. Annla 1.40 W It A of NE% of Kellsr 2.44 _ _.
W. J. Barber 21 I 22 13 Delia
IIC/TNEII"A Lots I Sub Div 01 Lot 13 Ed Dennllle..1 1.96 NW'/

Nt4 of Lot IS. tPfI'I" ..:ir:.ft'I.'I, L ..-An.JI 8)J J



', ,


and Mrs./ William Zletz.- isters, doetors, lawyers, school : 61E f IUHOMECOMlN
er Cpl.
[:jJ SOCIETY and CLUBS Anniversary Party ; Mrs. Guy Hostess Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Mann. Sgt I'teachers, hostesses, USO head: A homecoming, (<

For The Eric Hydes For Mrs. BaggettMrs. and Mrs. Martin Chrlstofferson.Cpl. Red Cross officials, social workers be held' at the Oak *"< '
I and chaplains. I II Church; Oal'
and Mrs. Paul Koontz, Sgt. I between

Musicale Is Set I Miss Harbin Weds Mr and Mi-''. Eric B. Hyde Fred Guy enll'rialne.1membel'lI : 1 and Mrs. Thomas Landon, Cpl. I Registration should be made I II and Mlddlebur* ,"11, !?>

were honored at a surprise party of the Monday Bridge and Mrs. Kurt Ellenbogen, Mr. at the club at once. I 21. Everybody wet, ,'' Iiy 1
'' For Sunday Night Stanley NoegelMr. Sunday evening on the occasion club recently honoring Mrs. W. Julius Thorn Miss CatherineBeard I 'l11pTIJ.Nli04

tk''1 i ; I of their 23r l wedding anniversary L. Baggett, a recent bride.! Pansies and the honored guest Class toTEta
1's' Mrs. John Simmons lyric and Mrs. J. S. Haibin of A buffet dinner was served In silver bud vases decoratedthe Rev. and Mrs. Charles H. Allen Sketching I wish to ihank "i. .

coloratura and Staff Sergeant Jasper, Ala., announce the mar- l In the Blandlng Center patioat small tables where guests All young married soldier cou ;Proving PopularAt Bradford County (I',.''r, :**

Scott Watson, concert pianist, rlnge of their daughter, Jewelle a candle lighted table centered were seated after being served, pies ate eligible for membershipIn Walnut St. USO port in my behah. 'n'"!lr, '

Worn- Angella to Stanley Noegel of r: by a graceful arrangement of buffet style, from a large/ table the club.Rotarians. AlthoURh not elected i Ian'I

Starke, son of Mr. and Mrs W. I roses and gardenias and a large centered by a lovely arrangement : Eight enthusiastic novices attended fill for the fine .; fl,
night In the club building H. Noegel of Cedar Keys. I SUDD
Sunday tlerred cake. of American Beauty roses
r I And \Vives :I the !sketch clans led by me.GEORGE h pg?
8:30: ( o'clock. Yerkes !
at The Rev. Fred rector and matching scarlet tapers.
I Mr. Hyde presented his bride Cpl. Scotty Westerfleld at the
This event wan originally of St. Mark's Church,
M scheduled for Friday night and officiated at the Episcopal double rintfl I of 23 years! with a beautiful dia- Following dinner bridge was Enjoy Fish Fry I I USO club operated by the YWCA THANKSOTERs:
f mond ring an a high light of the played at three tables, Miss Lu- :Monday evening at 8 o'clock. I
sent out to (that wish to
Invitations were which occurred hereon Ion take ,
ceremony : I evening In addition to the other' cille Mitchell winning the high Starke Rotarians were hosts to The class will continue each this mnyq'

effect. However It It was to Sunday neces- May 1. lovely gifts the couple received score! prize Mrs. Guy also presented their wives and friends at an }Monday at the same time. expressing my since-, thac...

nary to postpone would The attractive bride wore navy from their friends. a hostess gift of hosieryto enjoyable "ladles night" event Mrs. Paul Diamond, MI's. G.I{ the people of Bradford,
Scott v
because Sgt.
night <
%4 c : blue with navy blue and white the honor and Wednesday( at the Spaikman CI'OI I for the
be unable to leave Camp on Fri Horns at the party, were Mr. guest candyto A. Drlxklll, and Mrs Betty nomination as
t y day night. acceiworles. Her corsage was! and Mrs. Louis Shafkln, Mr. and I her sister' and house guest. place on Lake Alto near Waldo. ker were elected to the Army of Registration foi, Sup rt.

; -- -. .. .. . white camellias. The matron of u.-. . 1Irl.lI.. Tro..lM.. anr1 u.... Mrs.. B. A. Pope of Alabama. Fishing. bridge and noise shoe I WI......<,. rvtimol. at last. week's__. regular -' .___ 9" je, ,g.
-- "' - ---- --- -- --- -
/'J'W! ; \p' !k MrR. Simmons in me wife ui. honor Mrs. Wanda Rohden: wan L., Hoffman: Mr.: and Mrs J.: Others' enjoying the event were pitching were enjoyed' during the Thursday luncheon. USO term an return fn 'hl8 i,, i
Major John II. Simmons, former attired' In a pink suit with pink: I I Miss afternoon and at 7o'clock a awarded to Mra. L. 1;, ness I shall endeavor
': fj of and la well- I' Frledler and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frances Peek, Miss Clara pins were "r.-
t''A\ r ly Camp Blanding,
dahlias In
I t{. Iii,; known through her appearances her cornnge. Arnold. I Mae Harley, Miss Madge Middle- bountiful fish fry prepared by Clary and Mrs. T. J. Duplagn every service in cnnnnetl:,(,:
f, rf Red Cross The bride was given in mar- Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Irving ton Mrs. J. R Wainwright/ Mrs. the "master hands" of Bill! Mun- [, for their contribution of over 50 said office In a lawful ,
at Hospitals
f" on programs v
; "., I rlage by her nephew, Wlllard, I Richard Kid dy and Junlus, Smith, was served. of volunteer service. The clent
'!.! USO Clubs, Service Clubs Blum Mr. and Mrs. Abe (, :Mrs.' Ethel Biggs. hours manner. Respe", fUVs|]
.r y and, William Clark act- A committee composed of Mrs.N. 1 !
Baughn : .
Mra. Joe Scanlan an.1fI'II.. Art for the luncheon, a--
., the Hyman, Mrs Clara Shelnhaut, program .J 1 "
l jt, ," Camp Chapels! during pant K.
'I' Mrs. Joe Wilson
ed as best Sternbeig
man. j
I Holllday. ranged by Mrs. Robert Thomas
J'o,'-4 \ two years.Rgt. Mr. and Mrs. Sum Goldman, Mr.and .
I and Mrs., Junius Smith preparedthe Sgt. Paul Hudgln ,
A reception at the Rectory MIs. G. A. Drlsklll and Mrs. T. ?
Mrs. Irving Hertz Mr. and
; /: : Walson, formerly a teacher '
? ,, is of followed the ceremony, for members Mrs. Jack Zevln and daughter. "ext 'a* on the menu anj j I H. Lopeman, featured a talk on Parrls i-mnt) <
Institute Music
.!I,{ .1 at Peabody lacks And JiUs I
f'r. mad other arrangements for the I was here for the
w eh- ,,.
"I :W In" Baltimore, U a well-known i of the family and friends Mr. and Mrs. Hersh field awl Mother's Day by Rev. Robert .J ni> t

,It-3, .i t,;;.t concert plan lilt. MI'.. Noegel has been employ daughter, Pyt. and Mrs. Louis!'! Have Theatre PartyA I event. Gisler, pastor of Wesley his wife and little dauehiet
t; : : No ailmlsslon, will be changed/ ed as toll supervisor with the, Ashen, Lt. and :Mrs. Cartwrlght., munity Church In Gatnsvllle.como'' Mrs. S. S. Dow I in

(' ; but a silver! offering will be t taken I Southern Bell Telephone Company Mr. and tfrs, Paul Miller Mr. and dinner and theater( party Seminar at USO I The time for the Newcomers home Wednesday .tfl, ,.,/? .v
4 (' . for several Mr. Noe- Mrs. Gottlieb was enjoyed by the G. I. Jacks' Coke Hour has been net for from IIJ'D:
!' for the benefit' of the chllIII I years. i I Sam Cpi James Will Feature several days In Jack ocvti
,I'III dren's playground, fund l, sponsored gel is connected with the Seaboard !' Gourley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Jills last Thursday night! at 2 to 3 P. M. on Mondays. Members business. t

tl'' :: ed by the Woman's Club. I Railway Company.' I, Kaufmann, Pfc. Louis Camps I the' U.S.O. Club, corner Temple War Time ProblemsA of the Army Wives Council

!. After a short' wedding trip, LouIs Sage, Ben Suslow. Harry and Washington Sts. After a de-l serve as hostesses, introducing available. All senmeri I
WSCS Circles Have II will reside( In llaml. Green, Mr. and Mrs., S. Druckerand liciom! dinner' seminar on Personal Coun servicemen's wives to each other their families are ,invm.r, ,?
I prepared by a
Sr:! .. son, Mia Evelyn Crawford, committee consisting of :!'ofts.1 selling... on_ Wartime! .Problems..:: _will I Iu" and to.the activities sponsored! I tlcipate.

ti v ,j jousiness !Vleetlng i Attends Banquet Mrs. Fay Dyette and daughter.. Harold, Lash!'! Mrs. Alfred Cza- &" "" ftL U'O: vOV' .UU. 4'-1''''' by the club.
Washington Sts. on Mondayand
/ Harry Goldman and Al Roth jkowskl and Mrs. Martin Chrls- The name of the Breakfast i
The Woman's Society of Tuesday, May 29 and 30. a1 rTOR
Mrs. T. N. Norman of Starkewaa I
'" : I I I tofferson. the Jacks and Jills attended Study Club has been changed to
: I Christian Service of the Methodist The seminar Is being sponsoredby
the of her Rogers-Korihara [ the Florida Theatre.Those the Brunch Study Club, but
guest daughter con-
church met Monday afternoon the Army & Navy Department
r and the business session ,/ Miss Dorothy Norman at the I .attending were: Sgt. and Mrs. I of the YMCA and the I tinues to meet on Tuesdays at _ACID INDIGEST1Carpenter's
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dicandlo Harold Lash, 10:30: A. M. Those the
was presided over by the vice- Mother-Daughter Banquet !sponsored I i Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Starke Ministerial Alliance. present at
,. ,} i president Mrs., W. E. Mlddleton. I by the Credit Women's have received' word of the mar- Kay, Sgt. and Mrs., Duvall i I last meeting' discussed "Which
aV'd Mrs.' L n. acted Breakfast Club of Jacksonvilleon riage of their son, Lawrence, to Wlmberly, Sgt. and 1 Mrs. Charles I Rev. C. Newman Hogle who I Comes First? Faith or Work?"
as secretary -
Miss Helen Korlhaha in Honolulu Glffln. land I will lead the seminar, brings :% It concluded that
(pI pro-tern, and Mrs. A. Z. Wednesday, May 10, !In the Sgt Mrs. Jim was the
experience to this field
Hawaii on April n, 1944. two go hand in hand one not
Adklns read the treasurer's Palm Room of the Seminole Hotel | F
Sugar which with his (
.. port. Mrs. Norman was p'eaente.l The bridegroom, nerving with began own experience being complete without the other
s (' In the last
;t Mra. Titus Olnon conducted the with a gift In honor of the fact the Merchant Marines has been 'eit, Pvt and Mrs'1 Chal'lps Thom- For seven he WorlelVOI"j! For Friday, May 19, the Out-
that she was the mother as, Sgt. and Mrs. William Holz- years door Gills Club has
,, devotional service and also had: youngest overseas! for two years. He recently -'I II / ed a "Pre-Ma rrlage ( planned a 50c
Sl. and .
man Mrs.
charge Of the program. Taking present. Clyde Hurst, picnic on the lawn at 201 N.
y changed his name to Louis! Brooklyn. He Is a member of
Pvt. and Mrs. ,
: i Alfred Czajkow-J
r part on the program were Mrs. I I I the Walnut Street, beginning at
A. I Marriage
I Rogers. on anll//
Bertha Pearce Mrs. T. J. Griffin Ladies AuxiliaryThe 1- ski, Pvt. and Mrs. Arthur Snov-/' the Federal Council of about 4:30.: Games Including cro- Drug SI

c ,, and Miss Kate Struth. ._._ __ quet and horse shoes will be I
As Mr.
Hogle Is a graduate off
''v I
} It was announced that the circle I Ladles Auxiliary of the !
I Wesleyan University, Bos ton
ri would meet June 5. Circle Presbyterian Church will meet Carolyn Callstreet University and Columbia Uni- j I
: One will be entertained Mrs. I
by Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
versify he has an excellent I I
ii Fred Guy and Mrs., William Bag- with Mrs. W J. Chandler at the i background for dealing with the /i DRY CLEANING & TAILORING

gett; Circle Two will be entertained home of ]Mrs. J. O. Godwin on I
... .. problems which the war has L ; .
-------------- -
by Mrs. L, S. Hutto. - ----"- ------ ,,
Cherry St. --------.0&60. both sown UJI -.y.4uu.wy; (J'-
.1 i brought to service men andtheir

.",-.-.-.--------,-,, : _._. ,. ._.._... Bring the war pretty clone to cakes, for which she is known far i families. ,
- -- - ---- ------ -
home, doesn't it, to see a truck and wide. .
I will be held from (
SPRING .. load of blue-dungareed Prisonersof a. m. to 12 noon and from 1:30:101 i I NEW METHOD CLEANERS
War rolling down Call St.. Hear Bobby McRae> would bei
3:30: Julius L. '
I Ito p. m. Thorn,
looking no more harmless than a rich man-that It, If he just 'director, states that these cours- Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Proprietors
"SUCCESS-ORY" a load of CCC boys we used to had a little money to put In all
free but
see' not so many years ago . his wallets . Seems his gradu- II'S are be made that as reservations the course j PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE

Spa i Seems they're using 'em to cut ation gifts ran to bill folds .
will be
only interestedin
pulpwood, went of Starke . Received 10 of the things, no less I such matters STAKKE, FLORIDA
as -
tT. Interesting' tother day when one . Add famous last words: How- ,I
.c truck going passed another one ard Runge, after making speech at

coming back . .Every: arm shot BHS commencement_"I'll never

i I up into the air and the atmosphere make my living that way!*' . "
BEADS FIIOM. 'HIM. was thick with "Heil I Hear the Air Corps' Is treating *
II t II .4 M \ ttKIIOM
Hitler!" . Never thought we'd Earl Johnson to a little "higher _

FISH SCALE JEWELRY : : :: I y I hear those word' In these peaceful learning" at Oklahoma A & M _

parts . Add people we'll miss on Call St.: i
STRAW PURSES I 'I I1 I Mrs J. H. (Eva) Lord . Truly FLORIDA
I H I. \ X It H Hear those faithful tower observers a wonderful sense of humor aba .

got a well deserved break' I had, and almost with her last
X CROSS RIFLE LOCKETS X recently when C. O. Grace Os- breath she tried to make one of

borne gave them a hamburger her beloved joke . I
VEILED FRENCH FELT ROWSCHILDRENS' supper . 'Tis rumored that I --i MUST
popular Alice Evan "takover" I
'r I may Hear Merry "'I klE'r has given
G-I-F-T-S the tower
when Grace I up her paper route . Willie
v, ' goes to summer school . Under- _
1 ,, ) 0'1"11
5 n v A \ TDOLLS Thompson Is successor! . Merry,
+ ; ".t:Ml V"IK-II KKI) IIOTTO stand the Peek family thinks It I _
thrift and Industry/ In legend _
\ ,:II1-1XItN has an awfully good Joke ort I 'lows kq
as how she has 'f
"Miss ( "E'noughfmonl'Y HAVEA 4x
M' ; CHAIRS Mynt" Seems she got '
t3 OK I-\I-JIV: 'OI'N'I'IiV half to !i to retire on" . Call .St. .
way church tother day j
I will miss Merry for she's delivered r'
?\II.I.1.: .A <;ULI) .11,:', ":I.IIV 'TOT STH\\V PIIINHS: wearing one shoe of one kind. and Its papers from the pig tall stage
!"i .t 'another of another! . Bunny I I
a .- right!; on up to . .
j t "'Pull T.>> for the TodUIrrGISLAIIM'S Kldd and kid lets Richard and permanents
Glimpsed Howell and Liz Nas-
Canova, are happily settled In' rlI
worthy busy as bees tother
Columbia, S. C., near the Capt. I day GOOD
uprooting old
shrubbery and replacing -
Before leaving, Bunny treated her ;I! it with
scrumptuom! new
1' bridge club to a sumptuous supper . .
growth Hear 'twas
j NEXT: TO KOCH'S imUG: STOKF .STAKKE main feature of which\ was!_ quite aI
.------ < gay weekend recently' at the Jolly AAUCDIIADi
\ -
-----------..: one i of those famous lemon Jelly
; cottage on Santa Fe. where Eddie
.1 land Loyree Hartman held "open V' .. II v it br

house" . .
Eddie comes up for

. TO THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD an Army physical soon so guess
COUNTYI there's nothing like making "* r

hey hey while the sun shines . .

am highly appreciative of the fine 'vote Card thin week from Bill Dab-

I'. I I row ex-Callstreeter. who's address -
Pipws'fj received ::
r on May 2nd, and now-from the Is now: Pvt Wm, Dobrow- L- .

+y bottom of my heart-I thank you all. 34980895.: Area A.Reception Center -

Ft. McPherson' Ga. . You

.., .:;. :My friends have rallied to my !support in In can care drop of a B-1CL card to, Section S. R. John 167, BE SURE TO VOTE NEXT TUESDAY !

t, this second primary so loyally that I feel USMTS, Brooklyn,, N. Y . .
Lt. Ed and Mary: Lee Silvernail
confident I will be
r; etY to the office are at 1701 Chestnut St.. Colum--

'. of County Superintendent of Public Instruction bus, Ind. . Dink Hart hastransferred : If you want sound government in safe hands get out and
W' '
on May 23rd. present address(from Camp!Is: Pvt.Shelby W and H. vote for Millard Caldwell for Governor next Tuesday.

s. Hart-34784099. Co. D, 30( Bn., 8

t My qualification, ability and worthiness Reg., Ft. Meade, Md. . Dempsey Vote . don't leave it to the other fellow !

.. ..' as a public official Sapp has returned to New Orleans
proven in after two Vote take
your weeks at home and . no chances.
,' midst. So keep the another two weeks at a "rest"
up good
is fight and let'swin station In Deland . Add new Florida must have a capable governor to handle the diffi-

the victory for your'school's best addresses: Edgar Wilkinson Sea.'
,t t F 2-C, USS Wisconsin. Box 26 cult problems of the next four years. Millard Caldwell's recordin

} ; : If Elected 1 Will Give This Office My Full care Fleet P. O., New York N. y private life, in public life and in Congress proves him to be

R;; } Time And Attention.Sincerely Hear the misTmu-hei-t are still such
a man-a not "promiser"-an
1 chuckling over the fact that their a able man who

+k r I ; I "boss" got a veryr/' appealing let- gets things done.

q tt t ter addressed to Miss Foster Shi

Smith, urging him to Join the GET OUT'AND VOTE

1; td S. E. VAC! . Tck tck c And with NEXT WEEK !

SPARKSFor good principals so hard to keep!!

ll I . The BHS 2nd Grade taught
by Mr! Susie Moore Is very prowl

': a of Ted Edwards-a straight A For GOVERNOR Elect

} I pupil and the only one In the class

who did not miss a single day of

Bradford County School school during the term . .
1 Suoerintendent -

tit Well' . Guess; that about MILLARD CALDWELL

1 (Paid Political Adv.) winds up the little black book for

.t',, I this time . See you-In the next.CAROLYN.


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5L\Y '9, 1M4

BRADFORD ."'\n' TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORID _'.."_... .r._..,._.

t "s of Local News :Mrs. D. E. Knight returned 1 I Paddy Libretti of Jordan's Bar and If ih. .ucc*..'"tul iiidjei shall Hone 'II"R -
'f home Monday from a visit rail promptly to Hit flee", Defendant .I nni ",<, 1044, it, th abw ? .., thin. May
with onnilj' .
i wag called to New York No Jii3! I' .. ,
recentlyby the tlllllK uf 111 liinl I s.-. a hrr m pia. ) '
her I "* Illlt iI'rx.l' .fr"'I"I'a
brother-in-law lllf
recently com- and fllsiicr, the death of his brother fhi-i'K. will u.. I i.ifVit.ii I in lillliKIt: I'1" I'1'IIL.K'\T10N i .". -KM. Hindi'. .,id ,' : .. ,on\'Illo, ...Iu,- II''I 1
who Mr. and Mr AND;; ;MlTU'K; Tl I' .
c.t\ lJukl Charles Laraen oi the HUM payee ..* It'IIIIoI..I..1( j > AI'I'KAU limapliliall. piiiilUh thin ri.2.4t--a: I
\' ifv\,, ooot training at the Lakeland 'I Vincent Libretti. ilitmaicvN.. O-itlfled h?. ks.| "u-nulie" STATIC I'''' "'I.OHIP.III. : lion III tl, \t four t\K\) I Iraltea.1'ttnrxa t ( A..1. ThoninH, '
Navul Air Station. I Mrs. Leslie Biggs and daughter 1'ocumentai Stamp Tax at th. Hxnst n. hone rtMdeni e IN: 714 my hand, and .. l "rf.
' avll" Mrs. P. 1: 22ml rtt, loa
1 ) D. Fancher was returned '- ram of ten cents per one hundred AllKVleM OHtl-
I4dY\ I
week-end here with Barbara Sue of Camilla. Ga. I tlxlUri. .
jb, : to her home 8rptrt bankable. riiultlancrn :
If!C e: ik' < who recently returned I I Farm Sunday after ut the State ii arrived here Saturday night to tu cover such lax, lu.iiM -" A.aie ll 44.r"'luh'\|In the fnlPN'llr iltuixe IIHIII.I'1'"lIrt mi 1 WISH TO EXPRESS SIY THANKS
atfunipany each
/16. an operation make Much cli"<'k. The \):
hcmpluw their home for the dUra- anil heri-ln ,
.;, Lm a Jacksonville In Riverside Hospital Jacksonville two per cent. good faith eherks. ,'.ke. raiiKo plaintiff FOR Till:: FINK:
illvori' VOTE (;In.Nm:
,. at the home of tion with the former's father of unauccvvuful |htddrrs| | | will l>.. I.... .TflfKi'iiph shall t'imntv ,
publish thla Order ,
to the bidder. I
,. v.:. Andrews at J. B. Rowe. :Mr. Biggs will be mail hy: r" al.terrd In nt-xi four weekly l' nneH.VltneHii !I ,
|h( i Little Elizabeth Ann Harvey, at the address ntatrd. ,In theI \ \ 'otth.I..I! IN 11 I FIRST: .PRIMARYAND :
I my hand and
inducted Into bids The .
the prncerds uf
24. I the f
army May \\ i
tAke laughter of the B. F. sent HI Starke: Klorltl.l, thin May
Harveys, per cent good faith checks of sec'eeesful
Mrs. Garry Fraser of Monll- 3. UH.I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITYTO
> .
Newman Is had bidders will l
J' her tonsils\ >e applied \in
(KKK'Mlj< 't1I.1.) A.
cello ta 1 the ThoniHcAH
making her home payment uf 111 I
Husband, Pvt. Newman In St. Vincent's with ... vurchaN prlu Pleik. ..f said t'
| ut ourt
Hospital, her id bond., whir" will ti. Uellv-. ASK YOUR CONTINUED
8tluoned, neap New OrS Jacksonville\ parents 1st SRI. and Mrs. I *i <*il at Florida National I I KiilMTt II. Iiii n"'x n. jMlVlXinvllle,
L J. M. Davis while her' husband ..lacKrin\., KliiflclM. Hank. \ Ida, Ally for I'lf. 5-I2-41-H-2, !
on i'r bi-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Marshallwill I Is stationed at Camp Blandlng. I rare 10:00: o'rluck A M., JI'I..Y 1)0.\.1 I VOTE AND SUPPORTON .

S I ) Herlong has leave soon for their homo Staff Sgt. and Mrs. C. J. I must 1044. have Invrlupex: endorsed| .rotitnlnliiK thereon "bl<1 1'1 "\ ' 'I II' I'01 "'1'. Mil ">I'OMIINT > :MAY 23:
Luke's In for ..." P1.0111111i l\ ll\\- I
St BrookviHe
from Ohio after spending I Hun. or word of equivalent
re-I Berg spent a few days last weekIn Import. ('IIM.Valter: '.
iville where she ten weeks at their winter Tampa and St. Petersburg. I Waltl bonds will t'f Issued and I I I \ II. illedhlll. Plnlntlff, '\'M'I' ''I J. L. S I L COX
week for treatment. home here I sold by the .It-mile Iiledlilll: Defendant Case
et I Ensign; Evelyn Stump stoppedoff Stale Hoard uf Ail-I I I NO. SIIHJ.!
mlnlvtratlon' / uf the> State uf ,
.. r r.. .. .. here Friday for a brief visit 1 i tile, a body corporate composed Flor-. tif i I .oil ANI;;thlat> :NllTH'K OF :IM'HI' .IfXTHtN. CANDIDATE: FOR 'ONS'I'AUI.I--nIST. ONE
with her parents Mr. and Mra the (;lO\"vr.' Comptroller and" I .*
Treavnrer I STATK Ob KI.OKIH to: ....lInl..
of the "State uf Florida. I (fold. Political A.lx..1I
Fred Stump. She wan en route rented liy and itxlMtliiff under I K: UliMllilll, uluiHi. rrsidrurr| I H: )

[THE AMERICAN ERA IN FINE PERFUME from Washington where she Sertliin 1 6 of Article IX of lhiI'OllHlKllllon link nown.Ymi .
: |
nt . !,_ .1(I me" ri>iiiifrd| in n0prtu'un
tit. Slat -t FI .
took advanced - ----- --- -- -- _--- ---____--- . _..
some training to 'Ida and pursuant, ; to; the: npiillciiblrHtatute : I n. ----- --- -- - -- -

I her station at Key 'Vest.B of the )Stale, of Florida
and a rennlutlnti. duly adopted bvraid .
S. Johns who has been
Hoard, and will be validated I ;\ ,
superintendent of the City Light bv Judicial <1..1'.... to j'
anti Mild "o".lIt"IIII",1 pl| ?'. li.l.ill| .| Mnt- Ge Wen let {.dit"c lJlrj'uflr'nto' '''OliYi'lI. .
Plant for several I ,,,, roes ami n uolutlon' IHH\ .Inhad cantaffi\ !/Ottl % :
\e) ;years recently accepted a position for a "more, detailed dvHcripllon of ,i
said bondH. iti
\ !
with a Jacksonville electrical -
The apprnvlnit. opinion" ..f nllen I
concern and his family willmove J. Patterson. Attorney. .1..I..n.
\ there vllle Klorlda. to 'the ffei t thai.
In the near future.
FOR sere Hitch bands air' valid and legally"
) DAAiNG Mrs. S. A. Weldon binding .
% and children ol/ilaeitnne of the paid Il J'
/State Hoard" of AdinlnlMtrattun a.1-lIng t ,
Jimmy IIndral.tha:!\ are In \ for and on behalf of tiud ," >

Winter Park visiting Mrs. Weldon's county and If requested a cop v lll : ,

parents MI' and Mrs. D. R.hatfel' the Ir"nR"I'II" of the proceeding, sinvolved
be .
will delivered to the .
II | purchasers of mild' .h.ndM. wltliotitchnrire. \
Mrs. Lester Kite left' Thursday
I For further Information." address,
: of last i week: for Birmingham l>. Stuart 111111] s.. Attorney" fur the

(2ft Ala. to visit Mrs. J. T. State.Hoard Aclmjnlsirntlon. Tallahax .
i>e, Florida.J
I Amberson. From there she will 51. l.KK. ConiptrolloiAn .
spend a few weeks at Panama Secretary of the Suite 'IVaid .of. m4's-;
dmlnlntratloii of the State' of
City. '; Florida, :. !''.2t-5-2

I Miss Ruby LIHey who taught ] f 9I
i'% fiiinir roi IIT. itn\i>roitiOITI. )
the past term In the Quincy i < I-I.OUMHI is ('IINIM '' I
school] here last week visitIng I' : \ .
was -
Nnrh.rtilanaen. Tlalntlff, VM
her brother-in-law] and sister. I

Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. ..,. III.- : THESE SIMPLE RULES !

Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine / I !. tYROUT1M '

Is the guest of her daluahter. ;F7: TAlIJ i. {I ONL'FOLLOW: : make your refrigerator I last longer!

A perfume whose emotional Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. 1.15Orralemt advertlner of ...un- !

S Rev. George C. Powell was In: propertr. liRa made over tcquliinq i hlgua II Wed doat 4ja.hat whan cU. inat ,
depths and provocative overtones 5 0 '::.000 mmlfo of Isom.-F'e.n.x- .n .. pweptif c.ld a.n. .'"...a''.. and ba luia II ..... ,
Ocala Tuesday atendlnjc a meetIng . tha d_ tightly.
A. ..... Dayer frets all over the ,... I. t.> r.*.t.d amain. lor all liquid
echo the loveof, life jjTHE OUNCE of the Methodist ministers of World. free open Ilitlnar. I \ and l Mao 13. 11 III. _..Id. Itnith' al cabinet latie

that to be the Gainesville District.Mr. E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCYRepresented 4 ..:I & rush but.' and .K.... paicalalil see It at !least! brkSabsuid
tempts daring. .
you ONE SIZE ONLY : ::0. .... .d yam. I
b stored In t cone
and Mrs. A. C. Durden of of lain t. ., .opp.d In ..... pops. 14. M.m... lweadl.uty) all l I..4 tpttK,,, '
Created by leigh, it presents Tampa are guests of their son- ;,11.t.: :": .. .d *. rabmn.pua9y' \ old Ned.I. ..
-JI-- 1 Wooh and thatoughly dry gta
of in-law and daughter, Mr. and F. C. IIOLI.INGSWORTII .. .).. ktitot .iorin.. N...t h.*.. )&, ".*.. u.. hap. I..."........ I*
the perfume I ,
epitome quality .... .
h..K hub. }I..l chill .L I. I. item lisp a h.nug 1
Mrs. O. L. Beasley. 116 S..Inut St. 1(1( unit.II .
.. .. \
. '
K wd l d in a uldq..Nr
Arnenca/i L f t
at on price. ..... .. .... .. ...1. 6
Judge and Mrs. E. I{. Perry. Locally by Allow hoe air culaiion 1ew..e, II. > dull' (h. seed .1. I
. ...
.... ud tn ttih' r back *l
:Monday In Jackson THINK what broken da.n .., ....
I man spent STOP AND a cabmat al h twic U ,
.. Dvhotl al I...t ..... a w..b. Thlchtcm
on "....... anti cau.. i htg.r* 17 Dan MI i '...... ilu.a aanttal l ..1I
ville.Mr. down would .. .. than ........ Mlpiopaily
LEIGH and Mrs I. P. Shepherdhave I refrigerator mean ale to run .* .. I. .UI"a pt..*iva 1 I..... .Vto .I
had as guests this week Boys I t the health of f your f family.I T. I>.ont It will plan, ...hoi.. tt toad,. Mm in t I..lifevalftfa ...... II. Tutor tampaialura. cantial. I !. I......
whan bras la*
_raCa..Wrrlll "i ... Mrs. C. T. Neuner of Tampa: door a ulna
I. Dor I 'IIi t hfgora 01..1 ...!.... Spoiled foods dangerous foods open .. aral
IX. Sgt. and Mrs. Charles C. Shepherd any moia than ab..Iu') .), ....
unbalanced meals are almost I,. Motor' ihcuW fca .11... at !...!
of Victoria Kansas. aiy twira it it !I. Pal .a.l.d inmachanwm.
We ,invite' you to come jn ond Jry the LEIGH Perfumes I certain to follow when you dcn'thave i. Local* Irigvrator In shady spat .
Mrs. James Godbold of Jack Wanted! the of the .a .u. wtll noi ohina on it.
contents refrigerator :: 30. Ha a your rlttgfaiar' lnpaciad' a'
sonville spent several days here to fall back upon many ol 10. Stood, cold cioam. candi's> and laaat hviev a

this week with her' mother Mrs. the touches which make dishes dough..Ing*T will MOT.Blay li 0010 longoi In Ihoi 31. Plan' In locattan ..h... 110... (I. trcticulaiton ..

W. S. Stroman. For Full olf Part Time and whole meals more appetizing/ 11. I.p II clan by *./a.hlna in mid. al, ait/ maund c.ltl"." /
wnh. oda wets' and *ut,.do with 32.: Po n>i plow) bach al I cabinet clo*.f
pharmac'J Mrs. O. L. Beasley Summer Employment and palatable comi". from your oap and ....,... than I Inch* ta wall
\\anouct home Sunday night after' spending refrigerator of course you realize 5 I

two days in Tampa with your refrigerator's importance

parents )dr, and Mrs. A. C. hel'/ APPLY TO to the health of your family as well

I den. / as its other valuable qualities such

TT V.* nl1l1" s'who war The as economy and convenience .
''' Manager I
law'; k to attend the funeralof You can't afford to be without the t4

his sister Mrs. J. H. Lord services ol your refrigerator for a --

x NAT SEZ: I has returned to his home In Virginia LOVETT'Sor single! day--hour or minute War I

time conditions make your responsibility FREE 'ant
1 Well, folks.-Bradford County I Minnesota. even greater how you k 1 V .
r !
:Mrs E. R. Marshbnrn!! of Tallahassee yt i
bus Its. best chance) now to have Write to treat your refrigerator governs how 1 ..

,, 11 Governor for a next-door neigh was here for a short. your refrigerator will treat you a 52 pages ol practical suggestions' in

p I bor. Wouldn't you like to say time last week visiting her mother PERSONNEL MANAGER this book tell how to make electrical I Iy

"Ooxernor GreenMiy yes, he Mrs G. W. Alderman. appliances' last! longer and do more. '

lives just around the corner from Little George Canova son of WINN & LOVETT axial PONI weer coup". Call on us for your free copy today.
Mr. and, Mrs L. A. Canova returned -
met"! See what H big shot that GROCERY CO. : r
Saturday from Riverside . .. .
makes you ? But better be sure V

and come out to vole nest: Tue", Hospital In Jacksonville where hf Drawer B West Bay Station i iI

day. If you stay at home, your was taken because of im attack Jacksonville Fla. f I I ( 5', I I

vote might lose Sturke a Gov of pneumonia. Friends are gladto I I. mil I I

ernor. know that he Is now ImprovIng II I

rapidly. j -

Mr. and Mrs. Rurlc Wells and.

were daughter here Mary Sunday of visiting Jacksonville Misses Have a "Coke" = You're back among friends

TEASE Olive and Amelia Ray.

'::10'MT"I' '\.- ,
WORD '': notnit OF ..UHn\.foI" t. -
8EST no\
YOUR ..1I4.n"'OIel> ('0" '\1' '' ..ll UK
YOU'RE AT' ,,MIINU' HUM' al:ItIF11,11;
Thnt the State Hoard, t>f Adlullll-l lut
rat Ion of the State: of Floridavll
receive Healed hiUa in the office i.f
;ya' h the Comptroller of the' Stair oC
Klnrlilit, ax herretary of mid. HoardTuimhaxne .
; *. Florida, up tn the
I hour of 10:00: o'clock A. M., or
MAY 30. 1944 for the purchdve < C
125,000; of Bradford. Count SIIA 11*-
funding: HondH, Series II1H. nalu
bond to be (untied. In coupon form
In denomination of ".000 " .
be Ulrd JULY, It". tn bear
F Interest exprewmfd. In multiples uf
one-fourth or one-tenth of one
e is per cent itt the lowest rate obtainable
when Hold at par or .t threethe
-- rent, per annum when <
: hlghri.t
f 'rL.11 --... bidder who will pnjr the
r 'tr price therefor, the Hoard reserve
/ \ Ins the exeiu.ive and unqualified
try., / right tn determine. who IM, the
f f. best bidder and to reject, any or
e Si All bid, all Interest pays.hUml-
1 annually on the first day of Janus
: \ ary and of July of each year Raid
: ; : f--\ i bonds to be numbered from 1 to f ii I '
v. I
\ I '
25 both Inclusive, ami to mature less II Ijr'
> ,. July 1. 194*. without right of \ ,
. rte. prior redemption both prlrxlpnl/ I IIII
;.1 and Interest payable at FMridaNational
I Bank, Jarknonvllle, FlorIda i r r f I
The payment (if nal'l bonds I I I I r I '
'. and the interest thereon will henerured I
; q
*- hv a pledge: of the full ; I -

4 t::.. j(1 faith credit and taxing power and of a .
said Hrndfnrd I'ounty Klorlda.
k. ""
an additional ,ledge of paid rout
f,.'. distrIbutive/ share of a tax of
the canny two rent per gallon on sales f.f I Z Zor
have other like prod IIrt. of M /
\ designers tom t'ruVa petroleum accruing/ under HectlonIK
of that, of Article IX of the Con..tlfiitlon -
Know: 110w" meterging price of the Plate nf Florida, by the a to soldiers at ease
of which the r..t..18tllr. of . way put : -
ycjoicc', 2 2 5 term
withtoncctacss-a budge' : the State of Florida !Is required tn

11,11 ,male y ou detail l a continue period of the fifty levy. year of said from tax Janus: for In ics atmosphere of kindliness, borne is hospitality headquarters with If I

in e"ery and t hey AND ary 1, "43. and 1 t. prohibited, from A
it summed in three words Have "Cuke". To service it
u'1see ShirtS withdrawing the proceed thereof come so often up a a man i /
'oaf of ..1.. con
the operation
handsome sea .1'fu Val 5 portS .all 2.50Sternberg's ntlrutlonal from provision during nald. expresses a bond of understanding and friendliness He hears it quite often I

wearing period.The 6 I
long\ wrk or \eISure. \ .n'". Tinndrt will bid he awarded the to at camp -over there as over' here. It's one of his ways of saying You're mf r
f the bidder who. produce
... lowest. interest cost. after deduct, of the batrefresbeshas
nape ,InK the premium offered If any.Interest paL Around the globe, Coca-Cola is spreading the custom fame ( t

tlditiona\ with'r will not. he on rnnvlderecl the premium HA deductiblen If any become a symbol of the friendly in many lands. Coca-Cola i is a

; determining the net Interest roet.In .
T dftermlnlnir the net Interest meet the friendly drink to have and serve at home. "Coke"= Coca-Cola

.ntereet will be computed tn tits, It's natural name
maturity date from the first day friendly
ot .Inlr, 11tH. OTTltD ONOft AUTHOIITV OP THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IV to acquire abbreviations.
i Each bid must he nrcompanledjy ... That's why. you hear ,
a CKRTIFtKTl CHWK payable STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. toc.-C41Id tailed: "Coke".
to the State Board of Admlnlntralon. -
In a equal to twoper
cent. of the par value of bond bM 01M4 TIM C-C CaL ,
for a. an .vldence of /good faith :




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PAGE: sliI" I renovation and is' now' r., D rendaniORDER , ,

IN OHC-IIT l-Ot'HT, nntnponn I complete open for business with fountain full servAND!)line I .NOTlV Op,r.'i, ''I
COt'NTY' FI.OMIUll 1l'Ht)\- of gas!, oils, soda rN u
l'EHY.naymond. TO' FIND I ice cosmetics, drug sundries and STATE OF r'I I 1!

flan No. a Marie 1(14OllllKll Aldrh Aldrli'h,,Plaintiff Defendant.VII.Can 1.11- WHAT I variety was of bus done Paul The Crawford rebuilding -- *tt 217vlll*N.. J'RrawnoiIn ;.. t ..;..",J r... ,' y

OF PI'11LI'ATIONAND / - and painting by Melvin Kite ,
: I !.oll".R r t j"
AI'flCAU8TATI3 I .. :
JCOTICK TO d nil.XT a .
an 29th
lnapeCllOD, criticism 1n4e ny
OK FUmiDA to: Mlllnn The ;
Marl Altlrlrh'' whore ri-Nldonuo In SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR tronage of the public Is soliclte ed Court an d'..,
Parma, MlrhlKan.You ...ill lit Hlaikn, Florida thin May --- and will be apprec I at('d. tift seeks dlv", ''hil! ,,.
ore hrby required to appearon 8th, 1344. I T"J..graph "hall I 0bdcr
June 12, 1 944, It: the shove A. J. THOMAS! In next ruul i 'lhlY >.
named I'niirt seek and illvori-rouse,Urnilfonl wh..r..lnplalnllfr Aa Clerk of Raid Court. INFORMATION OF CAMP: BLANDING SHOPPINGAND 'lnCII'r cot'n'r, 11111)FOIID \\;ltr keFlonnll,,; !i'r"I' Id"
("ounty Telegraph shall piibllHh thin (OFFICIAL SKAL) CENTER ('Ot'\rT'-) FI.ORIDtt IN CII.t%- i944, \;'.
Order In next four weekly I mien.WltnoMn . K. K. .IVrrytrmn, HIHrkc.8-12-4t-e-Z Florida. RECREATIONAL l't:."'. (OFFICIAl, 1\1, ,. "
Plaintiff ,
my hand mid official Attorney for A" 'Jerk of u.ld 1 1lertrude
I TomllnMon n raw n..r, I H. O. Br own
AMUSEMENTSStarke Plaintiff VII. EVl' N. Jh'awner, Ally. for I'lr
ping In Jacksonville Friday. I .. ., ':11
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Loretta Young AmusementsThe I Mills Elizabeth Griffis of Jacksonvlllc -

PHOTOGRAPHS Has Fine Role In :Milk Bottle spent last week-en<.
Mr. and Mrs
I5o\\IaCarFOOD with her parents

a t C.: Smith GardnerEstablished 'Ladies Courageous'Local C.Wailen Graves.Sapp, who is employee
: y fllmgoers will soon hay') In the shipyard in Brunswick,
1900- I an opportunity to "see" one cAmerlca's Camp Diner Ga, was here visiting his par-
busiest military all' and Mrs. Arthui!
I ents, Mr.
of New York and Miami of Come And Get It
bases In action because most Pearce, last week-end.
"' . the thrilling: film, "Ladleu Cour Maude's Place Mi s. Agnes Sapp and children
ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 ageous" was made I there. It will Park Cafe of Lake Butler were visiting Mrs : MON. TUES.-MAY 21
Six 3x1 $3 Twelve 3x4: $5 open Sunday at the Park Thentr Sweet Shop Sapp's mother, Mrs. J, B. McDonald I SUN , 22, 23
for a three-day run. last week-end.
STUDIO IN HLANDING CENTER It tells a daring story! of the< Snack Bar Miss Margaret Carter and Miss I 4 4e
BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. WAFS---Women's Auxiliary Ferrying GIFTSfiislain's' I Florence McCulley were visiting ,
Squadron-and of the 21:) relatives In Jacksonville Satur I
I young American women flyer I day. I ,
formed thin organization of
who originally Mrs. Harry Highsmith I
I In 1942. Wonder Gift Shop Jacksonville, was visiting hS1'1 ''d9i
Director John Rawlins heade 1 Bradford Photo Shop perents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed
JUST for a cast of thirty young actresse wards last week-end. j
and sixty-five studio technical MILITARYSUPPLIES Misses Carolyn and Irene Pre-
workers who were billeted nea valt were dinner guests of Eve-
FUNVISIT the West Coast Army air bas< lyn Warren Sunday.
F throughout most of the production Gislain's Miss! Elizabeth Massey was tha
of the picture. week-end guest of Mn and Mrs.J. .
P. S. Stores
Heavy Traffic I. Pi-evatt and Mrs.. J. B. Mc-
Army fighter planes, transport Shafkin'sPHOTOGRAPHY Donald.Mr. t
:r : STARKE freighters and bombers landec and Mrs. J. I. Prevatt were
on or took off from the flel'} visiting Mrs. Prevatt's parents e"" ...for the men who kn&
every minute and a half, the Bradford Photo ShopC. Mr. and Mrs Hardy Taylor Sunday vs that above all elit-
Amusements clock around, while the film .
Smith i "
troupe was there. Despite thi! DRUG STORK: MOVES a
0l 'magnitude; of the movie production THEATRESFlorida Carradine's Drug Store, which WALTER
and the technical difficulties has operated on the Enoch
TEMPLE AVENUEOne which faced the Army aviation Griffis corner for 17 years has WANGER
technicians under such circum Park I location
moved to( the present
Block stances, the schedule for both the Ritz of the Florida Motor Lines bits pn.nh
/l From USONCCSGAMES Army Air base and the Unlversal I station.( The station and drugstore
i company at no time conflict TAVERNSBlanding will be operated in the B
ed. There was no Interruptionof Center BarMaude's name building, the Gulf Oil sta-
'I the war effort. tion. The station has undergone
AND RIDESFOR Woven into an authentic stol.yof Place
the WAFS are appealing and
vice Practically the picture -
emotional threads from the lives VItt.lORfTfrr
centers at the Army
YOUNG and OLD of the individual girls In the ser- from which huge transpo

planes roar forth over the Pacific -
tq the combat zones.
C "Ladles Courageous human
md heart-warming, is a film reveAling YOOjj 11
the courageous and IIpee-
tacular contributions of younG: ; GERAlDINE.FlllGU
HERE NOWCOCOA women serving as ferrying pilots !1
on the home front.
Loretta Young is starred with ANNE 111VHi

NUTSIIANWPAINTKI Geraldine Fitzgerald, Anne -
3wyime, Diana Barrymore, Evelyn - DIANA BARB1MW
: Ankers Lois Collier and

WITH "'Wltll\ rune Vincent head the predom EVELYN ANlERS
SCENESI lantly feminine supporting cas Our

somethingto JUNE YIRCEn
crow about!

H Miss Ester Griffis, of Stark, ORDERSserved PHILLIP
Sit was dinner guest of Miss Irene TEBRT
tLL 'revatt Tuesday. from Hill
H-U-N-G-R-Y. ? HAIR Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Preva 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. BRUCE
r ind grandchildren, also Mrs.
COME AND SEE US ONAENT 3revatt's brother, R. L. Malphu, Featuringthe FRANK JENSSi
\ ill c* Jacksonville, were vlsitir best of
:-: at the :-: RICHARD
tTrtINt M.tTC". In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ma
l'INs ." arrell Sunday.Mr. !tL
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and -
SNACK BARWE hildren: and Vera :Mae Mosley A-L-S-O
/ vere shopping in Jacksonvil CAMPDINER
cc ""
Woodrow Cutshaw was vlsl "THIS IS AMERICA"
FEATURE ng friends around Lawtey Tuej

SANDWICHES FRESH ROLLS 9 DKCORATIVK Lay Evelyne evening.Warren spent Tues, Corner Call nd Cherry AND NEWS

H lay night with Irene Prevatt. .. .
I MIA Carolyn Prevatt celebra --- - - - ----------------------
y ,_._._, ,
FRESH FRUIT JUICES ed her 15th birthday with a large! --- ----------

Rye and Pumpernickle Bread ;group of young people In bel
FASHIONED 1 home Tuesday night. She reo
HOME MADE SOUP OF FLORIDA :elved many pretty and useful:i
l SHELLS ej gift.; from those attending. There i I
TAKE HOME HOW ABOUTA vere around twenty guests.
Mid-Evening Mr and Mrs. John Dye were

Some of Our Lunch? :. ::;iiII 'Isltlag Mrs. Dye's parents, Mr, .
Blanchard, lall1
md Mrs. A. M.
Perhaps some Ilome- veek-end with her cousin, Mar ,
Fresh-Made Salad made Cake or a Cup of At The "New" garet; Carter. NOW OPEN
Coffee with a Delicious C. B. Bennett and children an and SOUR CREAM Sandwich Jrs. John Starling were shot


The SNACK BAR ShopMRS. Bradford'Photo


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OPEN 8 A. SI. TO 12 P. M.




ALL SOLDIERS KNOW 12 Hour Service *.


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Jewelry Gifts Uniforms LET'S HAVE A TOURNAMENT eROGEt

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I I1CHCOCK'S .Chili = <,

GUM BRANCH I visiting relatives ; Tallulah! Bankhead I II '
By :Mrs. T. N. NormanMr. Mr. and Mrs Cyril McLeod of I .Hot Dogs :1
i Lake Butler were guest of JI-, Star In 'Lifeboat' :
: and Ma11.. C. Edwards and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and, Mr4. I
and children of Jacksonvillespent I Otis Crawford Monday.Mr. I Superb Film Saga .Hamburgers.Coffee '

the week-end here with' and Mia. J. R. Kelly and! I
SATURDAY MIDNIGHT relatives.Mrs. children were visiting Mrs. Kel- No picture In Hollywood history -
T. N. Norman was visiting -(ly's mother, Mrs. A. L. Drlggei I ever came closer to beingan : .
NDAY, MONDAY-MAY 21, 22 her daughter Mist. Dorothy of Lake Butler, Sunday. i I actor's dream than Alfred
Norman, and sister, Mrs. A. F. W. C. Ward was visiting/ his Hitchcock's production, of "Lifeboat1' "COME AND GET IT"J.
Hall In Jacksonville Wednesday daughter Lucille Ward, In Jacksonville :I I by John Steinbeck to be

RM night of last week. I Sunday. She underwent I shown at the Florida, TheatreSaturday W. Griffis. Prop. Next to N'CCS-USO
Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mrs.: an operation and Is Improving': midnight, Sunday nndMonday .
O. R. Alvarez and children of nicely.Mr. I'I !
Pine Level were visiting Mrs. T. and Mrs. J. N Kelly and, Starring In this unusual film
N Norman Sunday( afternoon Mrs!, Araula: Crawford and baby. I Is Tallulah Bankhead and featured a,
Mrs. A. B. Chapman and two Shirley Ann. were visiting Mr i are William Bendlx Henry
little sons and Mra D. M. Heltli and Mrs Mills Kelly and family I II I Hull Anderson.Heather Angel and Mary THE 4 4PARKCAFE
pp and Miss Margaret Sapp of I Sunday afternoon i I I
The story Is by John Steinbeck
Jacksonville, spent the weekend Mr. und Mra.i\ Frank Norman ,
here with their parents. Mr. and children, VVateroak were. I I , who wrote such powerful
and memorable triumphs as "The
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. dinner guests of Mm. Norman's
Mis' Dorothy Norman of Jacksonville parents Mr. and Mrs!, W. T I, Grapes Moon Is. of Down.Wrath"" and "The ,
spent' Sunday with her Crosby Sunday. '
parents :Mr. and Mra. T. N. There: ore only nine roles' in 120 S. Walnut
< the picture. Not one Is a "bit" .j
Norman. GRAHAMIly All nine aro dramatic and all I I''
\\ MI's. B. M. :McRae and children Mrs. E,'u Strkl \ and Mrs. Lowe of Pine i story
rD oN And the entire action of the "Eat the Best
Alf 1 d. at ;
1I0M Level 1 were visiting Mrs.! T. N. Mis. Vernon Dyal of Lake takes
story place In boat
vF Norman Sunday afternoon. Charles. La., Is visiting her father a ex- {
W. M. Thomas, who Is seriously actly 28 feet long and eight ,
Mrs. Bowers of Lakeland was -
11'6 t visiting her daughter Mrs. Del- 111. feet wide. That means thai no And forget the Rest"Looking ,
4r members of the cast Is ever morethan
bert Green a few days last Pvt. a n IIfr8 Clyl1"V 26 feet from the
Strickland and little daughter of
S1NBECKBYO \ week. But Tallulah Bankhead William -
little Camp Vandorn. Miss. are vlsl'-
HN We are sorry to report I
) ] Bendix and their seven fellowpassengers
Iota 20lh C.e.ry HKA Lucile Knight very sick at this! Ing relative for a few days. did not Ret these- for a Good Time? :
gs.H.e.l, tw9 NKNEADtALwiiuaM \\ s writing She 1 Is> In Jacksonville Miss Louise Strickland la enviable breaks without payinga
\ "G
in St. Vincent's Hospital. Wehope spending a few days with relatives Come toMaude's 1
,....... I price.
BEMD\X\ she will soon be home In Nichols.
Each day each member: of the
\ T Cpl. Ernie Thomas!!, of Drew
again. cut had to sit for hours In the
-i2. wyal.TER Mr. and Mrs Raymond Brown Field Tarthpft, spent a few days lifeboat. PlaceAcross r !
dinner guests Sunday of with his father, W. M. Thomas
were The seats were made of hard
[ SIEZAIC MARY ANDERSON JOHN HOOIAK J( HENRY HULL HEATHER ANGEL Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs ):va Stiicklund and
HUME CRONYN '.CANADA LEE ..Di'r. .ct.d b/ALFRED'HITCHCOCK/; Mrs. Bruce Warren, of Worthington daughter Myrtle spent several -In very the hal'd-wood. from NCCS-USO : "
/>....04 kr KINNITH..ACQOWA..C.: .... f..W IO IWIIUNOI Springs. / weeks with relative!, In F', mighty and suspenseful <
-- saga of men and womenadrift
WED. TIIUKS. MAY .23 21 25 Mills Kelly of Lake Butlerwa Myers in an open boat with no Temple Avenue {
it TUES., his brotherinlawand M,'. and Mrs.. C B. Roberts!
visiting ;' law but the wild sea and, their
slater. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. visited his mother of Lake Itut- '
own tempestuous emotions, Tnl-
Beer Lunch t
WALLACE BEERY"RATIONING" Crosby Sunday. her, Sunday lulah Bankhead Is Marred In '
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Stalling ,
Mr and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and( the role of "Connie Porter" the
of Biooker.. were visiting relatives Y .
and beautiful
Beulah Kelly
IN children, Mrs. mink-coaled foielgn
Mis. Evelyn Crosby!' were visiting !' here Sunday. correspondent, after a ten-year\ Good Fellowship I
Rev and Mrs C. Crosby Mr and Mrs.' Frank Thomas Interlude In which she oppl'lIl'ednrondway. I \ .
: '
and children of Hampton were
Brooker Sunday afternoon. on William Bendlx
Hof I Mrs. William Crosby visiting relatives here Sunday. Is "Gus." the jitterbugging sailor : I It
WITH MARJORIE MAIN I Mr and Hugh were In Mr. and :Mrs. Lewis Cannon from Brooklyn, ; Walter Selzak) I "
and son Larry I
afternoonuo and family of Hranford. left FI'Iday the Nazi U-bont commando, t
,Lake Butler Sunday after spending some time Mary Andpl'lIon111' Mackrnzle ,
-----L1 with her tatht'r.V. M, Thomai ," the American nurse;; John
Mrs C. K. Ward and Mrs Ida, Hodlak. --"Kovnc," the handsome I I 1
Jones and daughter spent Thursday '-' merchant whom
seaman on
Good Places To Eat !! ( In Gainesville. Connie puts her brand In lip-

Mr and Mrs.' Roy Reynold stick; Heather. Angel "Mi, lllgRlns I
left Saturday for Tampa becauseof ," an English: survivor from' ,
-<' the serious Illness of her sister the torpedoed ship; Hume Cronyn. : I ,.
( BOWLING ALLEYcross Mis. Rosle VVestbrooks.EJ "Stanley Garrett," the young i
MAUDE'S PLACE Parish of Miami was visiting . radio operator; and Canada! LeaIJoe '

relatives here Saturday I ," the heroic steward. ;
MI-H. Irene Bu.shlopei. of Jacksonville I
from NCCS-USO CAFE < Is spending a few day.t, II daughter, Joanne, Mr. and Mia.
on Temple Ave. with her parents Mr. and Mra ]I James Norman and son, Jlmmle f
Amuse- Jeff Pavls. I 1 Mr mind! Mrs" M. J. Sapp arid 1 We HaveEVERYTHING
Featuring Good Across from.Starke Miss\ Myrtle Thomas letuined family and Mis. Dorothy Wiggins I 4

BREAKFASTS ments, Temple Aye.Specializing yesterday from nradenlon where )i of Lake Butler, Mis. Jack A
she has been visiting relative Sapp and daughters, Marian and
LUNCHEONS in for two weeks Ruth of Gum Brunch, Rev Chu-

Short Orders Served STEAKSAt pin of Bellevicw. I
Mrs. Clarence Crews and sons
All Hours CHOPS PINE LEVEL are visiting. Mrs. Crews' mother,
tty Ahrs. II M. !Mclla for
BEER SANDWICHESOpen Mrs Ruth C. Bennett you'll want a
The Rev. Leslie J. Batchelderof Sunday visitors ut the home
Jacksonville filled the pulpit of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
Open 8 a. m.-2 p. m. 2 p. m.-11 p. m. at Pine Level Church last Sun--I included Mr. and Mia. Emory r ra

day morning and evening. Ha Lewis and daughter, Irene Miss, I ! BIG EVENING !
and Mrs. Bachelder were dinner Ruby Underhill, Mr. and Mrs
B-O-T-H guests of Mr. and! Mrs. R. M. Clyde, Roberson and sons, Mrs'l ,
J. L. Jackson of Jacksonvilleand
Under the Management of Mr. and I Mrs. K. J. McRae of Mrs. Rosa Mae Thomas of I'

Waldo were visiting Mr. and St. Petersburg I
.. Airs H. M. McRae Wednesday.< : Mrs Agnes Sapp and twin

G. C. BLUMER Starke's Veteran Friend, of Miss Mamie Kelly daughters are spending a Mr.l j --- at --- r
(Pop) are sorry to know aha Is 111 and days !In Lake Butler with
wish her a speedy recovery. .and<<1 Mra. M. J Sapp. t

Mrs. Edith Croft. of Lawtey , ,. I
" I i
Restauranteurii' spent Tuesday night of last. week BLANDING
with her sister Mrs 1 Ellen Lowe. I COURTMANCHJEWELRY
Mrs. B. M. McRae and children -
and Mrs Ellen Lowe and
son Hobby were visiting", Mrs CLOSESFor
T N. Norman In Gum Branch Summer CENTER
section Sunday afternoon.
Mis. O. R. Alvarez and children May 21, 1944All
of Vanderbilt were dinner
work mutt be called for
of her uncle and aun',
guests .
before t that line; otherwisewrite
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McHao
*. BAR
I O. Bon 10.1, Starke
Sunday. and I will mall C. O. ...
The birthday celebration and

Ice cream supper given In honor -.1. II. ('nurtm..uleh.. !__ _,___ _,_._ _____'__. _ __
of Reginald Underhill on hit "

eighth/ birthday' and,-his sister
Glenda age 4, Saturday eveningat
PASSE the home of their parents J

ROUGH THESE PORTALS was Mr. enjoyed and Mrs by Paul the children Underhill of clii? SOLDIERS

BEST SOLDIERS ON EARTH .: this Level Remember section.Church the every services. Sunday at Pins I t Enjoy the newest in

morning and evening. I I sports amusementsBASEBALLBOWLING'

.:\ Kirn. Eddie Norman H
. Anil Mm.' .fame Norman -

And They Will Tell You TIIO\I.\: .SOR\I.\S: .

Friends here will'J be interestedto I \ The Modernized
learn of the' marriage of

.. The P. S. Store Is The. Master Miss. Rosa Sgt. Mae R. C.Norman Thomas and In ( FUN Spill-the-Milk Base&U Game

St. Petersburg on April 17.

Place To Buy A large crowd attended a SPORT at _

I Mother' Day, dinner at the
home of Mrs. J. E. Norman of

I this section. Those present ACTION
were Mr. and Mr. Karnie: Nor r "The Milkbotde"SEALED
LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE man and family. :Mr. and :Mrs.
Tom Proctor and daugh: t e r. ;
Juanita. of Gainesville; Mr:

P. S. STORES Cecil Thomas of St. Petersburg. BS 48 /Located on Call Street Opposite Western Union
Sfrs. Laura Jackson of Jackson.
vide; Mr. and Mrs Gordon
THE BUS STATION Jones and baby, Mr. and Mrs Valuable Merchandise Awards Ladies Always Welcome
AT Eddie Norman and family of
Gum Branch Joe Norman and I



I k_ftd..r Derrrlstle w

:'IIJ'ru'l OF I'liT.'IoT'O'll' TO unknown.Y..u required to appear on Arm. Owner .j--'o'I..r; told| 4

_.__ .. -- .... --- It .'""''1'1'101'M' 11491! t: are. IH44.: I I'' the abin of 8I3Vi & NtaN
_._,- ,- ,-,,-,,-' CLASSIFIEDSI that 111iindci'dlKned Jun. t ith, ; 'I. of NWi,
given '
Notice In hereby .. ti.iiin-d. court and .IUKC: Ahereuplalmirf S.W of NVV. of zal'3.] 6 :22!: 30 T. N H ,I
the provision
r UIdtrot
OF3nJUl'ance ,>f fhapler Z0!'3.1.; Luwi. of FlnrldnArlo ,i.. Tel.-rauh woks. dlvori-e.. shall publish 1 Lot 105: N ft At E S& In W St by)
EVERY BRANCH l with the'Irrk I ":r..iiiu" ilO ft
.if 19U. will r"II.t..r ..lid. tlllM Order In next four Weelll ('Ol' uf Win of SK':', ofNVV' ,
"'wurt. In
+' ut the Circuit .
e Claud
I I'
of t-K't
inl| +tlrx. ; %
,Klorlda, 111lliiiiluiiH "
for. Hiudford, County DUtrlbu VVitneHH; my hand.Idancldoit"' & 3 A on li side. of :-1; ::', of '
umrlment. hou-en t I name of J.H.A. MuyoVklCIAL ; !
Moling oil I ..HKUK..dtad next! al Htarke, Fla N\P! ISO rt K & W by
homi .it
tilling hUHlni'H ? ;I" : SKAL.J> A. J. ThomasAN K Hide ,
77(1 ft on
Starke Florida.nd (
of County
I mile Sl.iik.-, Uritdford
Clerk of said Court. Hounded un ii by old
, 1 14 nwtied 'by: Jowpl
FlorIda -
Street Starke +
II 119 Fast Call rl Fla. 1'. Kiinik LutKiriini Starke i Ireen Cove
II Arnold, Itox 181, St of April Atty. fur fit. Springs road 8 12 5 Claude ff ,
Hated thin ZSth .1)
519.11.6.9it Cum al SK' Cor of NH'iof ,
W. tlradrord Comity,
T.JCLUTE.Jlealtor 1941, at Starke,
I -- N\\'!, & run W 25J' '.
ft N; to old dirt road,
6 401111'. HBtOFOl4Ofit
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL ( .nt'II'I'FI.OHIII.t11 ( ISt.l4 theme E 250 I ft, S: l>4 '

H. C. WALL milk cows stock cows, beef cat : '1'0' (111:1111'01: (. FII Ml l. ft to |>t of beg 39 B .22 Unknow,II,
All iiei-HoiiH' lui\lnKi I claims 01ileimindH Plaintiff L'um at SI3 Cur of NE:'. t ,
in Kinil'io <(Jambaro< ,
bull hogs get of K\- SLarlu
i tie, stock or nKulllHt the estate Adt-llna UuLuca (Juml of NVV; it A run VV 25i

touch with J. D. Odom, Jr.,, H. Lord. Decenxfd, are hereby null VM. Silvia: ft for a pt of beg, ',
'd fled and required to file theliilulniK >iti", Hefrnda00.Cure t
IUIII.11 thence .'unV 12S: ft to
Agency Box; 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake In the .affie. oJudge f the fount : Nil.; 3 US.
City; Telephone 481 Lake City,, of Ilradfonl. I'OUllt Y. Klorliln 01" PUISLICATIO.VAM : Al'PKAKSTATK : to old r 0 a d.Ih..nee ,
.NOTICb! TO -'
, In the C'ourthoUKe at Stnrkeflorlda ,. E 250: ft, S: ,
frilvl.iAdellna : >
market Tuesday,,
Constant Service Over 50 Years every within eight (UI calendainiHtntliM :: : OF whostrealdvncv about 96 ft to pt of
Lake City, 2:30; every Thursday from the date if the first. DeLuia tiiiniuaru Cacunl beg 31 t 23 Unknown
I.'I. Fllll>o
Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-4 uhllcullon of this nutlet.. or tiername Lot S ot Blk 4, Security .
will become void aci'ordlnv tt-lu Onuvu Italy.
Home bite in NWV4\
Please Phone 116 of May. 1D44V. lou are required to appear. on
I"t law. This 19th day of NWH J5 C 22 Unknown
... PlTuMANKNT' WAVE, B9c! Do you \ Ii, 810WKI.U u* Executor "r June lith 1KI4 In the aboveniiined 1 A In NE Cor of NWV4'\
--- ; wheretoplalntlff
.--.------ uwn Permanent with Charm-Kut Will and Textunient ol Court and cause 33 6 22 1 Unknown
.._ 'T.... _._ -- - Includ the I.UBt tlrudfuril of NWV
Kit. Complete equipment Eva; It. Lord, LieceiiHed. .. seeks divorce. COin at SE: Cor of NVVVi\
shamnor.Hiisy shall publishthis
and .
In I if 40 6-19-41-6-! County Telegraph
.. of WWirun N
.. .nI harmlesiIValseil ... weekljlusueH.
II I: to do, absolutely order III next tour W (94 ft
eLL. 733 1-3 ft, ,
by thousands lf'lllCI IT COI IIT. lilt *''KOHI' .
1-3 ft E 594
5 732 ,
movlslur. official
Mclvenxle, glamorous ('<)l\Tt PI.OKIIIM 1% IH\\ Whites. my hand and ft to beg 33 8 23 10 Brady Coin,,.
If not sat-
refunded1 this May
Drivers Money Starke, Flurlda
Careful CKHV. seal at Lots 8. 9 of Bile 3 LakeKlngsley
Prompt lofted.KOCH rilfton T. Holder Plaintiff vo. III'h. 1941.IOFF1C1AL. Heights I n
Dllt'O STORK Alberta Dance Holder tiefendant SHAK) A. J. Tlioman NE>, of NIC-. 38 8 S3 It. II. Shut

I t 1aiP[ No. 3122.OIlOBIl As Clerk, of sold Court. 11 j 3-4 of NWi!, of NW'1
I'JIII.IAl.'OUNTANTAdvll'!: : e o1'Vdernl I fP Pt'BLICATION;: Walter C. Hardesty, Daytona 6 WV4 of NI1of

Starke Taxi ServicePhone I I taxes; will supervlsbookkeeping AN1 NOTH'i: TO APPEAR t.'each Florida. Atty. for Pit.GI9.4t6U. NWit! 36 fl I 23 50 1\I..ry H. M"I,,,""
records, set up STATE OK "FLORIDA: Alber 12 tt of sW',, of NWJ4NW'i 2 1:1: 20 ; H. III Fr"n )
books etc. Write Harold Ben la. I>ance Holder wh'iMV riiullenec ;. 1041

sun, ien. Del., Starke. 8.11--4t-6-I In. S.lrt York 8t, ('int. Innntl Ohio,, l\ riiinir ('01 It C'. Hit \''.'01111 of NK14 Ex G A '

You are required to appear on cot .'10'1"% .'...OHID1'10 tutt- In' NK Cor 3 1 22 33: T. N. Ballllrd
150 cadaiioc. 26A100nIl June, llth! 1044. In the nbovnamed Com at NK Cue.-(ifSWV i
FOU, SAI.I--1939 l: wherein le.Ht.Jose
and ,
almost 1- Court cniiHe 1 Espinosa-L.opex, of NW'run'
: 41 Hudson, tip top shape, Bradford liomliiffo :
plaintiff l seeks divorce. Luren- 3 8iO ft for a pt ofbeg
new rubber. See, Jim Plaintiff, vs. Juana Uortte
+ Forest liuldon tirlll. 5-5-il t (ountv Televruph hiill publlxhthix .o KsplnnHa-ljopex. .' l>efendant.fuse . thence run W 54
Order hi next four weeklyiHHUe I H'
Night No. 311*. ft to road thence
Day liODI JtKWAIin-for return of *. mitt ::1t OF" PUBLICATION 105 ft, K C74 ft. N
Witness my hand and nfflrinlsent 1 of beg 3 7 22 IB. C. Bush
sable. and white Scotch l'Dllle ANt:. NOTICE TO APPKAKS'l.liU 103 ft to pt
r, taken: from residence of Oold at Htarke, Florida, thin IIlYIIIIh. : u!<' FLOUIDA to: Ju.uui Cum at NK: ('01' of KW"t '
.. 1944.OFFICIAL. .. NW'i-i & run i) 75i:
i Head Branch State Park Pleasreturn. Burgs Lurenai. !<; HuplnoHa-l .
([ SEAL.) A. J. Thomiin ft for of beg
Children are heartbroken. whusie post oftlcn address, /Secre-: a pt
Griffin Ilelithti. A.. Clerk of said Court. .. Number:. It, Las Pal- thence run W 674 ft to
+ H. H. Keystone .. Frank Landriini.. 8tarke, FlurIda I..rlo1'111.( ,
T. road thence H 104 ft.
II.U3tJo'un s
Fla.1 mils, Puerto de Lu Lux, Canary
Atty. for Tlf. E lilt ft, NIl)) ft to

From where I sit ... bY Joe Marsh BALK-1 JoT60x50 sultald. 5-19-4t-fl-9 I Spain.You :are. required. to appear on pt of beg 3 7 22 1 J. H. Kirkland 1

for business purposes, 9400 cash;: June. ITtn 1.114. In the above. Cant at NK t.'orofSWU,
,. 1'10 1 ( 1111'1' ( 01'IIT. IU' of NWi/ & run S gg3
'41 Packard sedan, 2 j new tlreothers named Court and. cause, whereinplaintiff
I' CMUHV. %\-
good; also 60 II). CUps ( 0' NTY, FI.UHIUtl seeks. divorce. BradfordCounty ft for a pt of beg,
elty IC. l.ox-Phone 71-W lip {" Tali-graph shall publish thence runV C14 ft, I
Mil-red thlj Order next four weekly to road thence S 244
New Version of an LOST-.tlotham wrist watch with ft, E 332 ft. N 288
black band. Finder pleas 'ann No. 9123OhtOER : Issues.WItnesS; my hand and offrclaseal I ft, to pt of beg 3 7 2:1.: 3 W. F:. Lawson
j bring to Bradford County Telegraph. OF PfBLlCATlOXANI KI'h: of NKV of SWViVKV : 3 7 23: 10 Mrs. Ague IIllIIp.OI
at :Starke: Florida, May"
Old American Tradition . \ lip] NOTICK: TO' APPKAKHTATK : lush 1914.OFFICIAL. : of NI-::4i' of NW.trlWl 4 7 22: 10 Ida Butlei
OF FI.OHIDA to: MilIred 10 T.
A. J. ThomasAs : of SVVH of SE: % 4 7 23: Morgan
e F'Olt I SALK-Furniture located aKlnwsley Lniler Lltten, whose. r..I.d..n'Q | ( : J A In SK: Cor of NEK!
Clerk of said Court
1 Village Comfortubl IM Woodland Pennsylvania DaytonuUeuvh of :'; W\\. being 464 3-.
Walter Hardesty.
making furnishes living room, dinette,. You are required to appear on ft E: & W by S60 ft
: Plf.
We were sitting on Ed Carey'sporch an American bedroom;; Includes kitchen table. ,. June 19th, 1944, In the above. Florida Atty. for 6-l -4t-0-9 N& S 6 1:2:: 8 Marshall. In..I..on

p a friendly glass things, doing things: just a little studio couch with springs and tamed Court and rattle wherelrlalntlff Sit A of E',4'! Of SW ,
enjoying bedroom, cur > seeks. divorce. Bradford of SE'i C 1 23:: S trnknown
vanity for extra :
whether It's an airplane lCIHfllT COt "". HM IIOMI
of beer, when a squadron of better, tains. All for llDft-M. Sgt "ountv: Telegraph shall publlxlihln .' \. rf 7H6 ft of that portion t
( ''| -STV, 'I.O"IIJ.'I
over-In or a railroad or a glass of fine Itobert Heldel, Mil./ 70th n."t.,1, Order In next four w..klyI. 4 KM V.Mildred of Nay\ of NK!. K of
planes goes
fighter Blamllng, Phone 377 KHlletl.'Wltnenn. rand 7 7 22 27 C. M. Hitch
beer like this. Camp M. Donuirhy, Plaintiff vWlllard !If, .
formation-swift and trim American -- my hnnd and official i: I A ot that portion
tight : : ; ;; Florida. thin :May It. L>una",hy. Oefendant.Case .
where I sit Ed has jjj lent at Htarke, of IJ'i!: of SWipj" ofNHi
And from bungalow No. 3117.
and powerful. Ath. 1A44.OFFICIAL. K of road & S
put hU finger on what makes Completely furnished.. One nul< SKAU) A. J. Thomas. ORDER. OF PUBLICATION: 700 ft of that portionof I
There Kd proudly, Koad.. Clerk of Maid Court. AM: NOTICE TU AI'l'EAIIHTA1'E : '
says will east of Starke on Bessent tn I': of SVVt of
keepher FI.URIDA toVII
American tradition. America grf'at-and Inquire Jerry Moore, T.. Frank" Landrum, Stnrke. Flor- OF : .XK'. W or road 7 7 22: fI C. Bf. nitch
Stark.519tip residenceIs
'Koen an great. The urge to do thing dn. Atty. for rif lard unknown.It. Donashy whose 'I ;'I\VI: of SKl: 9 7 23: 44 Ifnknowu

"What do yon mean, tradition? the --- -- ---- 5t4t89 :!>K'i t of SXV'i' of NKVi 10 7 :as 10 Agnes Iml..r''
better-from Yuu to on
IIIIY"mf'rl'a'* Just a little 'Oil i4' ,\I.I'-lIray: mare, good con I. are required appear Com nt SVV ,'01' of N',4
:Kben.: Crowell planes we make to the gland. of dftloti, plows good good sadStarke. I IY ('IIUTI'r ('011\1'. Illll>KOItll 1'duns named llllh.Court;;;; .v.11141.and: In ll"-tit: e wh-j'i shore; ; ;; ofV'/: ', of NI&:'!
old fly- /I.19.2Iprll..r'oe 40INTV, FI.I'ItIItI' tlltN.
a hundred sixty years | run N 210: ft for a pt
there ....." beer that we enjoy.Things to be l S. Starling ten. Del.WANTKU .,. ('KHV."ane I I plaintiff seeks divorce lIra.If'.rJCounty of h.thence run I':
the newest thing Telegraph. shall publishthis
them! --- No. 3121. 420 ft, N 210 ftV
all of
of 1
proud order four weeklyIssues.
1 PiMctlcal nuns Eld.erly burl' H. 1)Ickwnn.. Plaintiff. vs. In next 420 ri. S 210 ft to pt
"Dut those planes says Kd lady preferred. Llvlniquarters Myrtle nicknon. Mefendant.OKHKH of beg 10 7 22: 2 n. R. Lee
the world- provided., Apply 420 OF Pl'BLICATtoV Witness my hand and official All Nii of NW<1 of
the best in /J
"they're - N. Walnut St.:: Hi' ANn NOTICIJ: TO APtMSAIlHTATK seal at Stnrke Florida, this May Xti'V: of road 15 1 23 17 J. It. Green
the best made and the best 80e1 .. --- OF FI.OIIIOA: Myrtle: 16th 1914.OFFICIAL. 1 Lot 105 ft H Call 8t. between IM 107 S. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
That's what I mean by LOI'I'1'-1'Hn wallet on Dhk."n. whose residence Cor of SI-JV, of SH'.i
flown. A & 1' and Lovetfn, own tress St, Winston 111..1..11I.Oorth As Clerk of said Court of fclKlu 1") 7 22: : Unknown
era ('..m,. IMIHM and social ..e- 'a roll+ l mi. J. S.: Harrison, Jacksonville, Florida 19 7 22 Oar t rude Slade'
1944 Brewing Indiutry Foundation curlty card. lleturn wallet tl.'iudford < You are required. to appear on Atty. for Pit. of N'i'! of NW!.
7 No 87 of a Series Copyright County TtileBrapli. lie .lane lf th. 11MI.: In the ahov. 5-19-4t-8- of MWij' 20 7 23 13 M. C. Hess
ward. lip] tamed Court" and cause, ,. .h..relnp..lnlltt N :3 I A of Mint portionof
_ .. seeks divorce. Itradford I'M (Clllfl" ('ol'It'r.' lilt 'O"'OUU NW of NW''. of

.'Ol! HALK-1942 delux Ford sroo. (('aunty' Teleitrnpli shall publish COIN-ll.. KI.OHIIIll I'M ('Ii \%- SVVi'' w of ..oad' 1.1: 20 7 22 3 Unknown
I condition gaud tlren-l\Ir.... R. M.. his.. Order III next four weeklyHHIieH. < Kilt.John 1 A on N Hide of KK'i
Lee, car 1:. J. Uowlinir, 20!) N.. S.: Mark Plaintiff, vs. EI..a.nor of NW!', H of & al. .
Christian Nt., Phone 1U lip Witness my hand and ortl..lnlH..I B. Mark Defendant.ORDKIl I Joining mud Xtt! 2* 7 22: I Norman Denhnrl
'--'-- nt Starke, Florida, this :\1Iy18lh. (IF' PITHL1CATIO.VANU : HWH of Ft\\' /, 201 7 fi: 40 J. n. Thninpsiin

Volt 8AL13-194.1 Chevrolet 2 door. 1914.wh'Fi'IAI.! ; NOTICE TO APPKAU fKi: of UK:l U 27 7 22: 40 J. it. Thompson
1 1i POLITICALRALLY ...lan. Fair tires food me !SKAU: ) A. J. Thomas. You are required to appear. on L.ot I. 2, :1.t 4, 5 of Elk
i chanlcnl I condition. Ivan WllIlitnm I- .In. Clerk of said. Courts 14th, 1\1\ 44. In the ahnvepunted 13 Hampton 30 7 $2 Mrs, J F jlnson|
i Klorldit. Htat Prison Hal. '1'. Frank J..ndrll1Stark., .., Flnr- Court, and cause' wherein All that certain piece of

f ford, Kin. Phone 5W. lip ilu, All)'. fur Plf. plaintiff: seeks divorce. Bradford land In NWV of .NI::'!,
G-19-4t-09 County Telegraph. chall publishthis lying l>..tween the Ct.
M 'r till 8'\1.11-)10 6-room bunKiimnrke order In next, four *weekly S. & P. & S.: A. Urailroads I
1I1II.jtpFOR | J"Ii' 'IIUTIT ('0' HT. KHtrtFOIIII Issue 30 7 22 3 "-. If :Maxwell
unful'nlsh.1 COI'>'I'''. FI.OHIIIll l> fll\N- Witness. my hand and offlcla Lot 1 of W h4 of NW" 31 7 22: 10 Nora
: RF..NT-6-.oom 4
l available about June Pussy Johnson, Plaintiff vs.verelt 17th. 1944 ***,"*h 31 7 23 1S7 W II. Hicks L'nt
ed house
': 10. .,.Johnson Hefendant.nse seal I nt Starke, Florid i, this May 8'<, of S13tof: SW'Uk
I let Apply Green's Store. No. 1125.ullhRlt OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas <" SVV'i of SK" 33 7 22 60 Unknown
: OF Pt'P.LIOATION: A* Clerk of said Court. 8ia\ of NK'i' of SE'l!

M II I- New shipment of office supplies AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lester :1(. Huffman, Jtcksonvllle, & :,IN', of BKU, 33 7 23 61) Harden & W l"nrr
MONDAY NIGHT 8:00 P. M. I I STATE "OF FLORIDA to: Eversctt (2) Florida, Atty. for Plf. I N-Ki': of S. ::1 7 2a: 40 J. It. Thompmiii
Iin At Bradford County Telegraph K. Johnson, whose residence la Florida Atty. for Plf. N 400) ft oat NEVi of

iffice. I' R. Holcombe .$t., :Monticumery, 5-l -4t-8-9 SKll 34: 7 22 12 J. A. Stewart

Iv ('UU'Tr 'O"U'I' HllttlFOIII You are reqnfred, to appear on IM: CIR'IIT rofur. BRADFORD 3i & run W 18tt yd., .

<'01'10'TVi K 1.0 HI II \| 1M ('''.''- une 19lh. 1944. In the above roi%-ri. Fi.oHinti I
lamed Court and cause, whereinilalntlff '
CKKV. >,1., S SS ydK: 220
CANDIDATES FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTAND tKIIV.'rank Kentherntone. Plaintiff, vitllce seeks divorce Bradford Norbert E. .lcht.: Plaintiff v.. yd.., S 110 yd". K 220:

COUNTY COMMISSIONER INVITED TO A Kentherittone. Defendant Camop "ountv Telegraph. shall publish Edith: May Knight Defendant. :yd., N650 yd. to pt
N... I114.lJIU'In! his Order In. "next four weeklyIistops. : Case No. SUlOKDIJR of beg 1R"" 35 7 S3 25 Keney' ThomasCorn ..
NOT..''': TO APPEARHTATK Witness myt hand and otflriatteal NOTICE TO APPEAR NK'i; & run S as Syil !
OF FLORIDA to: Alice at Starker' Florida, this May STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edith:, :<. I': 25tllt.yd..., N a

.'....therm. one, whose residence IK.Iliertv : 6th,. 1944.OFFICIAL. SE1.U. May Knight whose residence Is. ails 1 yde W 251 H yd.
A. J Thomasin
AND Hulllvan <.'oUIiIY.'Itat... of ( ) Route 1. :hummervllle, South Caro- to beg A SKH of NKVt
HEAR A. J. THOMAS Clerk of said Court. lina. Kx: K A In NH f.r & '
Yew York. .P. Frank i.andrum Starke. Florla Etc
You are required to appear or'une You are required to appear! on ] 3AinSWCon&
.'' Oth PM4 In the above named'ourt Atty. for.iPlf.. June 12. 1944. In the above namedCourt K:'C Rvof/ 810 7 2J BS W. W. PlIl'llllam
mid wherein plaintiffeekM : 5-19-41-6-9 and cause, wherein plaintiff NW\4\ NWW 35 7 22 40 J. n. ThDm"unIV. ,
1 CHARLEY E. JOHNS SPEAK IN .. divorce.caner Bradford Count seeks divorce. Bradford County 1 8 23 180 N. H. Leslie

VleKTnph. hall publish thin Order I IY ciHcriT coi'RT. \nroHD Telegraph shall publish thin Orderla W 16 AofN44ofNW'4'
four weekly iHflue COI'VTV. FLOHIUAl Iv CHtM! next] four weekly Issues. of NKH\ Ki] churchl..t :
In next
WltneHi hand and official CKKV.ranklln. Witness my hand: and officialseal & K.] t Lot 40 brNKVJ '

: BEHALF OF OUR OWN .enl I at, Florida, this May. Hill Plaintiff vs.oulne Mary' at Stark, Florida, this May 50 rt II g 23 H J. 91. Swindle
1944. Hill Defendant. 10th 1944OFFICIAL. of NRV4 15 8 22 41) irnknown
3.I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'use No. :3124.ORDEU ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ki.: ;, of SRI' of SW; i. 23 20 Unknown
( OF PITBLICATION A-i Clerk of said Court.T. Com .at NE Cor of 8W'<4
clerk of HHld Court.
LEX GREEN FOR GOVERNORSENATOR Inhertj tM H. Duncan. JacfcHonvlllelorlda ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Frank; Landrum. Starke, Florid run S 320 ft. W

"' Atty. for Flf. 5-12-41-6-! STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary L, Attorney for Plaintiff. 420 ft, for a pt of
-oul..e Hill whose residence If C-l2-4t-S-2 beg. thence run W
9 473 ft. N150
NOTICK OP !VrK\TIOV TOREils'rsll ft. H
F'I1'll'f1Ul'tsANF1: 472 ft. R ISO ft to pt
JOHNS 'WILL SPEAK IN Notice IN hereby given that thnderHlKned (Continued from page :3)) of beg-1,8 A 1J I 23 9 Robert J. Dodd

AT THE under the provisions F4 445: ft ofSKV. of
I SKli< of SW% & WJ4o
..t. Ch.ipter 20-153.! ; LOWS of Florl. DexrlptlonCom Aoava ofvati
FOLLOWING PLACES: In., Act of 1D4I will retclxter with or I.... 9ee. T..... R.... A...... Owner t T.._tit SWH of SKV 13 S 23 27 Unknown
I he Clerk tif the Circuit (Court In 2(1 ft S of NW Cor'of NMi of NFJH of SFHi N

.nd for Bradford County. Florida. SW, of NW A of Wy-13 3A Eat
11:00 A. M. Friday H A In SK Cor 13 8 12 H K. S. 1.rIlMI.
Hampton lie flctlctloiiM. name of OlMlalnnder ., run a J57 ft. E 711 f,
'' Sly' of SE"4 of SE% 13 S 23 20 Jennie. I. Inwrnhal1l
which I am engrniced and do. N 191 ft, W 794 ft to
t Brooker 1:30 P. M. FridayWorthington net btiHlnoiiH' at 1:1V.: Call St., beg 33' 1 22 4 Ben McDoughald S.I:: !
"'rk... tlradford County Florida. 3 A In SW Car of SW3. 1.'K."rlN 51'8-0n'I'IIO"' 3-4 It 2:1:
Sprgs. 3:30 P. M. Friday ,Mid buiilneHii In nwned hv Mm. of NWV W of Kysvi 33 9 22 :1 I I.ulI"nm Smith 1 0'
I'. J. TierK, ileneral Delivery, Starke'lorliln. ,. of SWK of swv 31: 8 St 20 Charlotte B. Herr 3.15! Blk 1. 2 of Oovt. Lot 1 Unknown
( 5:00 P. M. Friday Nwt4 of SUV.HKV 33:I G 13 .'. Unknown 7.3C) Blk 3 of Oovt. Lot 1 J. K. Smith
Lake Butler ]>suet this 12th day of May, 1944,. of 8KV, k of road 33 6 24 :::0.1. D. Marvin 2.61 Blk 8 of Govt. fat 3 A
at Stnike, Fliadford County Com 210 ft S from NW F: IU ft of Govt.
Lawtey 8:00 P. M. Friday "' iJ-l3.ft.6.2: Cor u..rSN Jlit of NW4 Lot 4 F. W. Holly
& tt. K 423 NE", of NEVI & EH of

I IY then 11'r ('ol'II'r. BlOISri. 'UFORn ft. N 210 ft, W 4JD E141of of Et! 23 !8 2! 611 J. I). on
'. FI.OHII IN ('II E- ft to beg 34 6 22 3 Corley Johns &.'71 NF.V. of ', J3NK "U 20 J. A. Halley >'
('KHV.loimaii. of NF.:'' of NFJi', 24 S 22 10 Mm. Jennie I. ln.nt |
l LEX GREEN THANKS YOU ;: Hurl Ilrawdv. Plaintiff, :Ni-i. of SK'fit: NWU!

V" Jo..phln.1'1.' .. Urn wily, De. of NWi/ 23: 8 23 5 Mae H. I.I l
t rndant. Case No. 3110. Cum at SW, ('0" of NWV
ORPKn rip PfllLlCATlON: run K UDO ft, N 350

UTATK 01- FLORIDA to Jone- be*. thence run N: 3150
.hlne Victoria Flra w
I. 4113 I'.. Liberty, North W 1111 ft to pt of beg
HEART FOR THE SPLENDID rmrleMon. South Carolina. of : 8 22 2 Ernest: :SirflnllleN.ti

You are required I to appear on 834 SFH| of 8WW' of. !
tune. 12: 1944 In the above named "-"* S 22 5 Isaac Mitchell''
tiiirt and wherein plaintiff Com at NW Cor of Sec
k VOTE YOU GAVE HIM WE ..c..k. divorce.cause Bradford County U & run t\ BSO ft for

; T..t..rnl.h l Khali publish thin Order a pt of I beg. thence

In n.*xt four weekly litHuen.Wltneim . run R BOO ft, M 105 ft.
my hand and. official W San fl. N 105: ft to

HAVE URGED LEX GREEN TO ",,nl nt Starke, Florida, thin :May pt of heir 28 8 22 1 B. A. \Veeki-
I 11th. 1914OFFh'f.lL 3Li of r.NIN: of NE'Ex:
( SR.AL) A. J. Thomas 1 A Cor & I

.\x Clerk of .said Court. AGA A 'In 101"1 Cur ot NV,,

SPEND HIS TIME MAKING NEW T, Frank Lundrtim. Starke, Florida .t SFVi: 26 A 22 20 Kverllna 1111'1> \
.ttm-ney for Plaintiff 6-12-41-6-2 Lot I 27, 8 22 34 trflgh' M. p '"r'.1'
Lot I
8 23 27 Leigh 51.
American Express Travelers Cheques provide Lot l. I. :3. 4. or Fraol .

FRIENDS AMONG THOSE WHO you with readily spendable funds that take the Sec: Kx, platted lands 35: 8 23 110 Leigh M. .' mi I'

ROOFSREPAIRED place of cash. If the cheques are lost, stolen or destroyed I>UI\V HKAt'H 3: -3" A Si

uncountersigned. their value is promptly

refunded. For this.convenience and protection the Lot 7 11. Arassss.Moue DO NOT KNOW HIM AS WELL Silt "' Lot Zl & rot 22 F. WIa91PPS'"r' ..
cost is little-only 7S0on every $100 worth of Lots 2t, 30 ittviMtritan "

Minimum 40;. and Lot :31 I '
: Guaranteed Work Cheques you buy. Compact SeiurlH"11"

; AS WE DO 1117Wallace snug, they come in flexible check-book style, Lot Lot 38 H.1 0 J. Bryant

and are easily obtainable, before you leave I.ot. 61. S3. 53Li Morgan Heouriil"

,'i'io Solano at Banks and Railway Express offices. Ask for t.1.. 8. 11, 13 Westof
Road 80 & Lot 4 E]*

\VRUF MONDAY NIGIIT AT ?:1i AND FILET" KSTIMATKSRoute : tots 5, 12 Ex pUtted rearWll'
land.. if.
AMERICAN EXPRESS 33 11 23 200 Leigh
TUESDAY MORNING AT 10:00 Lot... 2. :3. 5. 6 Went. ren"11Leigh
. 2. lot 68 of road 80 1 9 23 93 Leigh It.

(Paid "ullt1'al.hf'rUllt'm..nt) STAKKB FLA. Lot 1 West. of road SOA rrarwl
q 1: TRAVELERS CHEQUES Lots 3, 3: O.12 KNIGHT ff 21 154: l\(.

f Tax Collector, Bradford. County

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