Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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dilates Agree' Emory Price Great Interest Report Shows J I
Visits Constituents V An Explanation I Red Cross Total j'T :

Congressman Emory H. Price of Due la'* cmnbliuttlon 01 circumstance
Cancellation' the Second .Florida District has Aroused By *, tbe Telegraph' has ; County Exceeded fl

opened campaign headquarters HI unusually high percentage I rises $8,000 J
room 404 West Building Jacksonville of advertising' In recent j'
Rally Dates and spent last Friday visit- Easter Services weeks., -Tbe, Inevitable re- War Bond GoalThe 1
Ing among his' many friends In sult hall been 'that there I... leas
Starke. "reading matter In each Issue Workers UrgedTo :
j view, of the,gasoline and tire Because of the press of wartime Fine cooperation and vital Interest although we have made an effort : thrilling news that Bradford BHS StudentsIn
cage It was decided early, this Congressional activities In Washington Is being shown In the noon- toj include all local ne\' County exceeded Its quota In First 10 Grades i
c to cancel all political speak- Congressman Price stated day series of pre-Easter services of significance\ and real Importance. the Fourth War Loan Drive was Continue 11
engagements tor'eO\1 tl can- that he could not spend as much: now' In progress at the Methodist ., announced in figures received Contribute $436.81It : j
this county.. Church. from the TJ. S. Treasury War FInance
tes In time campaigning in the districtas .The' unusually heavy run of would have done their hearts
is commendable, In the can- he would like. The final noon-day service for advertising: U occasioned by Committee by Joe E. Wil- good If Bradford County fighting Drive For Goal fI i if
tes to make this additional "I am depending more and this week will be held from 12:10to : the fact that the political campaign son who served as Bradford men could have witnessed the i
Iflce and it ,ia'hoped that the more on the great and loyal sup- 12:40: today (Friday) and the i the Red Cross drive, theWar County chairman of the drive. scene at B.H.S. Monday after- f
ng public will avail Itself of of constituents In Brad series will be resumed Monday. IlondNMve" and the usual According to the Treasury's report 'I\
my I Bradford County this week
y opportunity to meet the ford to April 3, and cont 1 n u e through seasonal Easter a d v e r fixing Bradford Countlans invested noon.They would have known that '
County help me, as they $289,767 passed the $3,000 mark In Its current
in bonds the
tor'' the various 'Offices 7. have all "hit about the same
rants did when elected Friday April at least small of the
they me two drive, 106 of one portion Red Cross War Fund Drive :
hat a proper selection may bee Price The service on Wednesday was time and there will probably percent civilian is ; ,
years ago Congressman Its $274,000 quota. population willing to but In spite of hard work on all | "
2 and
at the polls on May lie let until after' the prl-
stated.. attended by members of the Ro- no up make sacrifices In orderto contribute fronts the total l is still $7,000 i;
23. tary Club In a body and the marleN In, May.Unfortunately. Another feather In the cap of a share to the fight. That short of the assigned quota of i f
speaker was the Rev. Ed Garrett the shortage Bradford County is the fact that portion consists of students of 115.300. {
Rural Schools pastor' of the Waldo Methodist of manpower an well as paper 1234.627 was invested In SeriesE. the first 10 grades at BHS. Although the drive offclally 't
W'Jax UpS Church. The service was also attended doe not permit UK to Increase' bonds on a quota of $22 ,OOO. Early Monday afernoon these ends March 31 Chat r m a n Nat ,
by a large group of high the lze of the Telegraph' at At the close of the drive here loyal youngsters assembled lit the Sternberg urges workers who '
Closed school students., the present (line. Thereforewe school auditorium and presentedN. have not completely covered their
eatre Prices Friday During Holy Week, starting I must, do the best we ran on Feb. 13: Bradford County was Stern bel''', chairman of the territories to continue their of-

next Monday. 3, and with the, eight pages at our apparently still short of Us goal Red Cross War Fund Drive witha forts for the next week or 10
April con-
disposal.We by several thousand dollars. How- check for $433.81 representing days. Workers at Brooker have
All schools t h
Jmong other Increased taxes on county with "the r oughout of the tinning through Friday April 7, hope" our reader, will ever. It had been announced that nlcftles: saved from lunch money asked that the drive there be extended ''"
Lirtes to become effective April Bradford Elementary exception and High union services will be held each ...."UUI'that war conditions affect each county would be eventually dimes earned after school hours because of crops being I I
;* the one levied on theatre Schools In Starke closed on Fri- evening at 8 o'clock in the Baptist -. the newspaper business' credited with bonds bought In and quarters saved from the marketed and other sections of .
Lets which will affect locales day of last'week, thus completingan Church. Special music will just. as ,tliey'' do the groceiybiiHlnem other localities by Individuals requesting movies they didn't see last week.' the county may have the same '
that their home countiesbe
admission to' theatres It was a heart-warming scene privilege If they desire. ,
eight month term. No definite be provided by the united church: the transportation
[he following manner: choirs given credit for the tale. It as a partlcu I a r 1 y enthusiastic Chairman Sternberg yesterday I ,
date has been set for the opening except on Thursday when
t Federal Tax of 7 cents on business thfj automobile bu..ln""N Is believed that purchases of this youngster from each grade came received the following telegram
of school next season but it will the Presbyterian Junior Choir will ''
1 II' adult ticket will Increase thee and.,. .11 others. In viewof 1 nature put Bradford over the top. to the front and told how his. or from the area office In Atlanta:
occur sometime In August, sing. On Friday April 7, the
: of admission to afternoon IRTC Chorus from Camp Elan-' thl factwe, auk. your In- her group raised the money. Auction "War Fund return.. M percentof r
This early and closingof
formances at the Park Theatre opening ,1 Tax Books CloseTax sales and cookie !sales! were .
the county schools here was ding will provide the music and ilulicence' form few week until area quota. Striving tit ex- i.
40 I cents and evening showings among the leading ideas and one ,
aril I. Please
goal bt'foreprll
the this will be .
instigated for the convenience of speaker! on "the big push" I I. over
44 cents. Service men and Chaplain Lemuel T. .' Collector C. A Knight an- room the !second! grade section wire. report Friday night; giving "
of neededthe
nen will be admitted to this parents many whom nounces that tax books for the taught by Mrs. Susie Moore- total rash end pledgm' With
atre for 40 cents to either assls tan c e of children of The traditional Good Friday -*" year 1943 will close April 1. Mr. even donated the $5 prize recentlyearned I need of armed force' mounting, ,
formance. school age in harvesting spring service will be held on Friday Recent'BirthsTo' Knight urges any who have not for selling the moat War please continue campaign until
2-cent tax on children's tick- crops and was picturesquely' April 7 from 12 noon to 3 p. m., ' paid taxes to avoid delinquencyby Bonds In the Fourth War LoAn Mil adult. have been nollclteil.. ",
will Increase the admissione bed the "strawberry term". The at 'the Episcopal church and a Mr.' an custom has prevailed despite the union Sunrise Service will be held of Starke A Von, on Mar. 26. time The total from "A" It was announced that solicita-
to 14 cents. Admission to Building
fact that large of Easter 'To Mr. and Mrs. James B. i tion In local theatres will con
to'allbe a percentage Sunday morning.All "II"
$176.91 and from Building
lIght shows at all times was tinue next week with i
I 44 cents. parents have turned from farming churches will have special Wood. of .Stairke, a son, on Mar Thomas G. Ritch Is In Pitts- $260. The rooms taught by members through of the Junior Woman'i
Adult tickets to the Florida to 'war work. services and music on Easter 21. \. burg Kansas spending his Spring teachers \listed below contributedthe Club In .
atre will be Increased to 37 Starke schools will close April Sunday at the regular church To Mr;, and Mrs, Monroe Addl- vacation with Lt. and Mrs. C. C. following amounts:
ts on April 1 for the matinees 28. '. hour. son.of Lawtey! a son, on Mar, 27: Mendoza. Lewis $1. O; Prevatt 18.38; Mid-. Since the last report worker .
In the residential district have reported -
43 cents for evening shows, ........-.--, ..... ... -... - -.- -,- .. _ _J_ _._'_ M, -----''' ._'_ '_ _'_'__''_._ ,. dleton 11:36Mii3.312:' ;111\' hitch; 324'2!; Maxwell ; the following amounts: I
lents will pay 26 cents for -i";: 'I $ ; ; McRae Mrs R. A. Thomas $11.28 Mrs
moon and 37 cents for even- $20.80; Biggs' $20.25: ; Johnson
Alvarea $22, Mrs. Joe Wilson -
'J Ralph
$:S.12 Warren $14.30 M .
performances. Children will .> "tI4<',""" .. ; ; 1y. Mrs. O. L. Beatiley 26.
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charged ,,1. eet.w-a.444I11.I.... -- .' ,- '_. u UO.12Rrown;, $20.11. - '50;-Mr..: A.Mont'elth <26."'Mrs
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to soldier will be 37 cents at ff. Herlong $24.29; Cans $90.71!
Mary C. Hlncy $13.73, Mrs. W O.
", : Thorn''$30,6" Sewell $17 Dem-
times. I <' ) ; ; t
ptz Theatre prices will advance f A" : : .,\,. '. orest $53.48; Anderson $28.20; Lee Chairman$8.23. Sternberg praised, the

arrow to 32 cents for adults ",,' i '> -. . ; r Perkins' $40; Denton $5.61: ; Shep generosity of businessmen who I,

cents for students and 16 : herd $0.03.: made the following large contributions
its for children for all show- : ;... Chairman Sternberg expressed :
I1D'N ";'i1 his heart-felt thanks to the stu-
s. $150 each: Park Theatre and
',' \l-\ dents and teachers for their fine
Tanagers of both the Park and AI : Park Cafe.
>rlda theatres announce slmul- work. $125: Florida. Bank at Starke.
showings week-end \ ,\i 7 t The high school drive closes
eous this I'IELP $100 each: E. K. Ferryman N.
t d-1- and no figures have yet I
the natural color film . [ Sternberg Louis Shafkln. Erie
Marines qn Tarawa'', an bls- been reported. Hyde Junius Smith I Southern
Ic epic recently released by Bell Telephone Co., Dr. M. B.
War Department to the pub- : Rites Sunday For Heriong Koch's Drug Store Flor-

ME T Paul Baisden ida Theatre. W. L. Wall, L. A.
1 Davis, J, M. Alvarez, L. A. Can-
u. L. Phillips .,'t.\ Funeral services for Paul F. ova, Frank's Fine Food. Bob'

.. Balsden 48, were held at 3 o' and Tim's Bar, Carpenter's DrugStore
James L. Phillips 53, died Suny '" \-.VIt"J" clock Sunday afternoon at the Bradford Hardware Co., L.

March 19r at his home near: \, . ." ", 'I,,lb.;'J"; ..,... DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home O. Powell. Fre e m a n Register
Ilbronn Springs following a # ;-. '" ; :f ,< here with the Rev., a. C. Powell City of Starke. F, F. Flume Gem
art attack. He had lived near .. -.. /!.. *. officiating. Interment was la Jewelry. S. E. Sparks, Orange
arke for the past eight years : I Crosby Lake Ceme t e r y Mr. Bus Lines Cook's Grocery. De-

ming here from Tennessee. Think ,A I Ba laden died Friday night In Ala- Witt C. Jones.
He Is survived by his widow 1 \* II Ii I chua County Hospital In Gaines $:SO each: H. L. B row nlee
Irs. Mildred Phillips and one i ville. He was a native Bradford Green's Store Hollywood Camera
lughter, Barbara Jean. \ \ o Countlan, recently moved to Se Gift Shop. Bradford County
1 Funeral services were held at What it means that literally mil. Archer.Mr. Telegraph!' Bradford Photo Shop
nner Cemetery Wednesday aft- Balsden Is survived' by his H. C. Wall Agency Barksdal'II.J. ,
noon. March 22, at 4:30: o'clock '. lions of Americans have venereal wife Katie: one daughter. Vivian, T. Quigley Mrs. W. B. Mundy
th the Rev. L. O. Hemingway of St. Auguntlne; one brother, Rogers Jewelry Store. The Stag.K. .
plclatlng. ViNEIPI! disease; each one a source ofdal George of Jacksonville; four sisters A. Bishop A. J. Thomas, P. S.

,- .... -,_.- -.-- : Misses Addle and Rosa Bal.- Stores. Ell Witt S. Goldman I ,
tragedy that may wreck a home. den and Mrs. Alice Jones of Jack- Priest's Store C. H. Nasworthy.
1..51 i sonville and Mrs. Letle Stllley of

siNrreoFtoR13A' iE t6A1 .Wives are infected. Babies die. Starke. Cemetery WorkingAn
REELECTW. $1ArE3lira f or s Those who acted as pallbearer
'tlC IIEAITT =Er11CE Men go crazy. Young men becomeold at the service Sunday were Carl all-day cemetery workingwill
Johns N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., be held'.it Elzy Chapel on
B. (BABE) before their time- Charlie Cooper. A, O. Andreu Friday, April 7. All persons Interested -
Floyd Green and Ed llurnsed of are urged to attend.O. -

Jacksonville. P Hale. ,


Does this make for Victory? Can Americans who are sick defend the American Way? Can,

we afford to be indifferent-tolerate" such waste? Can we win the war if we sit back and say "it I LEX GREEN 1

can't happen to us?

\ Guarding the Home Front is your job. WAKE UP! to the slinking enemy in your midst. Thisis

COMMISSIONER! YOUR town. YOUR state. YOUR country. Defend them. Good intentions aren't enough. GOVERNORs

You must ACT to help".control the nation's highest venereal disease- rate-right here in Florida. s;. \ .

Continue to profit from +,

the services of Know the facts about the hateful treachery of VD-that untreated it will mean dispair-illness i l ?4t,4rr BLACKSMITII

a public -death. Tell 'others so-encourage them to have blood tests-have one yourself as 'the first s TEACHER LEGISLATOR

servant of proven ability step in your big job of helping Uncle Sam to stamp out VD. rhos '., _4 3 JUDGECONGRESSMANt

experience anda SHe
integrity I

desire to be,of serviceto Consult your family physician orgo-to free clinic has a broad understanding -

: : of Florida's war and post-
the.public and 'his fellow -
Sponsored By war problems.



upon, evidence and he I
t*' i k
will continue to follow; .... This Advertisement Paid For By L GOVERNMENT OF .

;1011(1011 advertisement p i'or 'l
Dr. I. B. Abrams I
by friend of Mr. Douglass) M. Edwardii. Chm. '
Health Officer Hear his Radio Speech at 7:30 p. m.. Monday. April 3rd
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I i enjoying a furlough at home. r were honored by a delightful picnic GVM BRANCH I man Sunday afternoon were: Mr.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Mr and Mrs. Will Saxon of and weiner roast at Hampton By Mr*. T. N. NormanMr and Mrs. W. S. Beckbam and two YOUCANGBT
Oakland Park have been visiting Beach given by !II d. J. C. Cochran daughters of Jacksonville Mr. REAL
t>y Established!, 1877 relatives heie. Assisting! IDs. Cochran with and Mrs. R. C. Keen of I and Mra. F. M. Norman, !Mr and RELIEF
the arrangements were Mrs. Mar- Jacksonville we revisIting his
E. L. Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner Verda Wall has returned after tha Castleberiy and Mrs. Jim- mother. Airs. Nancy Keen, Sunday Mrs. Russell Norman and Mr. farm ACID
two weeks at
IJSCKIPTION HATE upending business.Mian I mie Swindell. and Mrs. Frank Norman and lit 'r INDIGESTIONCarpenter's
The Hellbrorm school closed tle daughter of Wateroak and Mr.
\ Yearly 91.75; Six Months, $1.00 Madge Gay of Jacksonvillewas | Mis. Leon Tomllnson and successful
Friday after a
very and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr.
at home during the week-end. I Geo. Egell of Jacksonville were
"9 .>Uwkly' on FrlcJu und Enter a. Kwoml>> Gluss Matterat Mrs. Gerald Adkins accompanied -I I visiting their mother, Mrs. R.I.. term.Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and children -
and Mrs. H. C. Edwardsand
the 1'08& Office at Starkr, Florida. i by Mrs. Bessie McDanlel and j I Her ey, recently. of Pine Level. I
iI I daughter of Tampa attended the j I Mrs. W. W Packham and daughter. children of Jacksonville spent
Miss Dorothy Norman of Jack-
I funeral of their aunt,. Mrs. Ruby Hazel took her mother to Saturday night with his parents
//amp/o/i Happenings aerved delicious chocolate pie and Mitchell of Jacksonville. Waldo: after upending! a few weeks Mr. and !Mrs\ H. L. Edwards. | aonvllle spent the week-end with
Ice cold Coca-Colas at the con Those the old tlmo her Mr. and Mra. T. N. '
Ily Barbara Home Mlsaes Frances and June Johnson with them. attending I parents I Drug
clusion of the meeting. of Jacksonville visited relatives Mrs. A. H. KeUay Mrs. Loper sing at the home of T. N. Nor I I Norman. sfe t ,,

LADIES: COUNCIL W. A. Saxon, Jr., of the Merchant here during the weekend.THERESSA and Joe Kelsay were called to --
The Ladles Council met at the Marine is at home on leave. Miami because of the death of

WMl home of Mr. Lauree Hall on Mr, and Mi*.. Bruce White and Capt. Murphy last Monday. Del l Mont. 5.w tw.J.r se tywyial.. !" B.r
Wednesday\" afternoon, March 22. little daughter of Jacksonville attended Its Hajari Thomas Trlest of U.S.C.G., '
The topic was "How can we be the graduation! exercises Manhatta Beach, N. Y., was visit- Coffeezib 17c
L good'neighbors T" and the various Friday night. Sgt. W. C. Rhoden of California ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. '

;.\I, readings cave the different qualifications -I Pfc. and M.... Odls Lowman was visiting his wife Mm. S. E.! Trlest No 33Bleach 0 V t JTTSTORES
for the Ideal Neighbor and son of Fort Sill, Okla., are W C. Rhoden, recently. '
In our own Community. After visiting Mrs. Lowman's parents, lilss Irene Cochran and mem Dress up for Eoitler.: New Qt 8'2cCalif
the Devotional Service the Business Mr and Mrs. R. L, Brown. bars of the graduating class Ht Spring dresses and bag at Leila's,)
Hampton Junior High School I Dress, P.arlRice !
Period ensued-during whichall Helen Adklns Is visiting her Shoppe. 1
members voted unanimously to grandmother, MI'.. J. W. Frlester, 5 lbs 32c
donate $10 to the Red Cross War of Lake Butler Quantity Rights Reserved

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(: !;tLS HERE IN me ,
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Fancy Texas
Jp MO Ovt OH THIS- Fancy Florida
I ) THEY/ WE'RE RESCUED10: SOMffSOLDieU 3 for 20c
._ r AMO NOW HE'S +WAY Carrots bunch 5c Celery" 2 *ra'k'! $ 15t|
i' .1) Ii! i r c GOT IH GUADALCANAL u. S. 1 Florida !Idaho
,f*:. .. ,. lI ti VJHEK THERE'S NO ''V Cabbage pound 2Vfcc Potatoes 10-lbs 57c|
y I n
t" .11 ( MUSIC/ AT ALL.,I GVESS! 1 v%' Y evil Fancy Canadian' California Snowball

Rutabagas pound 4c Cauliflower I5c
't PEARS Californfa Avocado 2 for 25t\\

; Res 6c 3 Lge 29c Bulk 5-lbs. FACTORY PACKED

GIANT Sugar 27c 5-lbs 30c 10-lbs 60c|

c>F JULY MY flUTS 73 { 3 far
LT/MEONJIMMY- 14c 20 Mule TtamBorax
y. Ir : TNE'COKe'TKUCK fCR "CM ,. ,, 'y,! m \ A lAORDRYS The way to drink your vitamin
iif I THE BLOCK AHO SEE RIGHT r\o\v pkg T2c and like 'eral
Ill' 51W Mb
I't' SIINYLATCI sO* r" l Sauor'i Jar 59c

: Sm Lge :: VANILLA II FRI!LN $"

,,, Mnti No 2 Z2c 'ASHES

PARKUNO 9'2c' 23c
3ZLUXT0hI1T! !
fOR \ I IT
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WAS THAT REMEMBERED OS VVlt+ ..-........,,-....- '' 24
THESE SWELL Squeeze Soxes ".ft..Dial't...,,..,... Sm 9i/2c Lge 23c tiFtf"aert
F S AND'SWEET Fb1NTO it Our boys in comp and O'.rHO' need rnuxcal eoc.CoIot tuIIe.i' ......1\- *- 3 for ,QciS 3Ibsf

I APES : instalments ol all kinds_harmanicat, flvltt, Cleans Closet 68I

t s f r accordioni ocarinas. baxcoVai, pockd.nxeminic w !; .i.r

y' i. j ayi ( .malen.Be a spoil like, Jimmy and Judy't' I 1 Bowls SWAN

ifj/ raruack your name-am) ail your neighbors i Mb

r 1 few any unuMd Imln....."... Take ifwm"' to your I : % Large 19c" SOAP_ SPIT 24c3lbs

'F I Coco-Colo d.oUr, .Then" "rfw'Coke'rniek' wfl' wed: Med 6cIJ1.FEBum

"idem' to Uncle Sam for our boyt.. Do i iedai i ,'

J t" tH FLAVOR .
{;r'P ttt 1r' LUX flAKES:

h ', ow eresr. STARKE COCA-COLA' BOTTLING CO. PROTLcIE FOR.0.-0' 3 for 20C<<: CL;' Sweet
b.. of H LtUL_ Small 9yc, : Relish

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NEWS I and Mrs. Floyd Rob Inson in in Tallahassee' Friday I and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.J. Sunday and Monday with friend Davis' d PAGE T1IKKH
hter Mrs.
IfiGH SCHOOL Jacksonville. :Monday and Tuesday :Mr. and Mrs. f. A.. Bouvier returned P. Warren I In Lake City. Strickland au"at Graham., J B.

i Thursday f i o m a two
L. A. Tucker of Eastpoint! Is : weeks visit with their children' I., Friends are glad to hear thnt Mr and Mm T M, Connor Little Caroline: Edwards( anl
nines undergoing an operation lora returned last Patricia Ann Kldd of Starke were
visiting his brother-tn-law and and grand-children In Miami. week. The formei,
STAFFEd GRADE NEWS sister Mr. and Mrs J. L. WU- Mrs. M. E Whtelock of Panama :I serious eye: ailment, Miss Jacqueline had eon'" on a purchasing trip into overn I ght guests of Caroline
Woodward now a studentat Bradley Monday night.
tor-In-Chlef )lams has Virginia and Kentucky for the
Wimberly FIRST Freddie uuun i J. L. Robinson has recovered with her mother, Mrs. J. C Williams :
Co-Editor I'. Lewis town, Mass, Is staxllly improvingand i nor! hal been for nome weeks H M. Rlcharde, and children are ;
Our room vuiuriuuted $7.53 to sufficiently from a recent severe and Mr. and Mrs.' J. L.Vllltams. is able to read ,
print whereas visiting relatives In Jacksonvillethis
Virginia: Sewell the Ked Cross drive illness to visit his Mra. visiting relatives in Scranton Paw
Lester freVHtt she has formerly used i week
Biographies bought a rabbit only Miss Roberta Whitfleld spentthe
Senior Roberta Whltfleld athe; Red Cross: HU|.. He la little Eliza Robinson at Seville. Mrs J. C. Wallace. Mrs. O. L. Braille week-end with Mrs. I MIlls Lotiella Davis spent. the
brown Roy
IS Hwen.,__ Marjorie Davis stayedn our and room very all day.He Miss Christine Eastham of Lake Kelly and Mrs. J. R. Kite were Claude Johns' brother, Clyde Fisher Worthington Springs week-end: in Waldo 1 I with her
News We had fun with him. We City visited her Mr. dinner guests of Mrs. II. M.
parents and
helped Cousin Lorene Rhoden.
...___ ..__.___ Darby Peek Lester think of a name for him. Mrs Jerome Eosthain Rlcharde of Macclenny was seriously Mis.' J. R. Rite Mr. J. C. Wallace .
Edgar Wilkinson His name In Cotton tale. Mr. Sunday. I( injured\ Monday when hit by a and, Mra. 0 L. Kelly visited' ,
and Mrs. Claude Harper and !oIl'.. Leon Williamsof AT FIRST
Features __ Lola Blechajo runaway horse He was broughthere I Mrs. Walter L. M u r hive In
al Caldwell Jimmy Davis, MCCO'SO illlUM UUOM and children of P a 1 a t k a were Camp Blanding and Donaldson. for treatment Gainesville SIGN OF A -D
Our room l led Wednesday
the eiitlie school guests of
Mr. and :
by Faxon. Phyllis Martin, In the bond drive The children ( Sunday. J. L. Williams ;I: Ga., were"week-end guestsof MI' and Mrs. J. W. Overstreetand Roy Flllayaw of 'the U.S.N., I !
participating In the Hale wares: Mr, and Mrs. Harry Williams. children of i
Melverna Thorntonntly Joyce Field I Macclenny wets home on furlough is visiting his
who led In' bond Mrs. Lottie Carlton R666
Martha Lee Martin value' Bo Knight who wan next been tae : Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln: M. Smith ftpeod-tlie-day guests of Mr. and aunt Mrs. M, D. Young ( !
Stringfellow highest and lionna l+Fuy Hrunoll visiting her slater, Mrs. P. J and son of Los Angeles Cal., were i ii ''Mrs, Claude Johns Sunday. I I hers A. C. Davis and children
daughter of Msj and AIJ-H' ijrunellof D Fancher returned to her
berof 1'exaM buuda, Hold. thouKn the Irl'e..te, they num wiv|, homo ||i week-end guests of their, sister;! ||I Mrs. Jerome Eastham spent spent the week-end' with Mr. fc:47A lE71 JALVL NOSE.: DROPS: '

smaller Thewe buys and girls will I I .. ... ..... _M __ .
usie SeesitI be our Itadvra' of tomorrow and.
,they are tor be cutmuended! for:
their t
cplendld work.
When asked what' to do with
..;. She $5: the 'room voted to *!V.
: It to the Ked Cross and< that m How
I I "''II adlr CU thoughenMy-I what the prlae money -urn d truly
,it they tor. our boys and Klil are '
pinafores. Jumpers..a H yours
!ribbons' public spirited it
everything. ur. group and are duvojotma .
s favorite,. "M Izy ; tutu fin, young. : citiceiiH.SI .
*sal"lu\ & by Billy ColHon.. ,' ; ,
tie W. uu''Arel Ktrlnicfellow HJ .,WAHHKVN: 1"01'.11 K; -
lobby Ras thy tap dance by The pullswho. received a KO.U ,
.'reekniitn Accompanied by star thin week are a* fulluwt* : .
thy er KHxnn. the piano utfuaI rlenda Crusby. J a m e a I ,.1 ny Vlilnla H well an<1'II"lna. Johnson. idmund Pressman, out of Jhe
\ , thoup ruffled panties Ceorire: Kickw; C'harlen. sstrucklanu' got
wire: cute. :My goodness. Leslie. Thomas, oiilHe Cone,. Uul.i
ja _\\,as .that the O Bialenil cII""on.laKle; : Johnson. Haat-l
>' plHyed on yqur violin? Kersey, Jo Ann T'untiy; M"llm, \ ,
,ii mi-, 1 Just didn't rei-ojrnUo lUkH Blanche t Stanley! l.etty: Wll- t
; ; ; I
\nil hlMI but not leant. Kola (lams: Loraine Williams. Hills1'aikeri :
?,?,,?. ee-were'nt It. cute? Anna Zee Thomaii. Han
i"tlOvlnfuIle !>hllli' lotion. Alnobrpuk and Jimmie I iluwe.RIRTIIIItV I; !
'rt would mnke .
Bchool tea'her.Vhltt class"I
,,1+,-t IIITY' "ower
kids" Anthony Halinn' wan ten yams
.sad some of the seniors (In- old "u".dMrlll.. Rains/ eiitvi-
I IK l-awtey) though and sureItvosethst tamed Antho) ly's room with a
I1. have neen ,them.J lovely party There were 34 KUeHlH.
throwlnir neanutu? The children' Had a wonderful time
.ay'they certainly ta"t.d.. them.playing' the frames selected fur ..

last weekthat wasline :Th* cak4i '. .
I 1 sold WH beautifully d.>COt..
[' those 'lIgnltl..i (thll: ha:) at.I; and Anthony was nlvvrxrt ....
i,r*. acted their mr*"' . In bluwInK* all\ the. ell lid 1,," out ...
.. '.iniir Perryman, In .Navy :
TIII around BUS. G!..#, but fI-"H.rr\1I1t: 4 II
mill to see him liack. Ain't Our room collected <9.05 toe lv 'yt
filH', ? the Ked CroxH. Several pupil In USED TO BE the kind of a guy 'who ,' f ti
,1\ you nee the purty nweotiiHKturtlunm 9ur room bought rabbits and ue
and roses. In are enjoyingthem very mile I. was always on the owing end of the ,
\VI>"h mime one would bring Th! 'we7)lorH came Into our room deal. -
..10. I I today. all dressed up and \\ 11 di, like red hair (and know thought I etnhJ'iyJdlord; very cut i owed on the wedding ring:I owed on
and we
II few other people who like 11 they "V
r too), and I'm KiuiaklnK of threw to ua. the. house and the car. and the furniture. i
it-v Bainhlll and Evelyn Orlft The attendance has been bud }" :'y 5, 'i
h, red I this week. due to the bud weather If I was even with the grocer owed e err !I
,,1 notl.-e ''rhlllp Thorn and' We are enjoying the "rirrle (.f
i 4'ai you.penter. In the show the Foot Prlnto" which Mm. heppaid the gas man. If I was even with the gasman lij

,r Juan day? Why were you bluxh In reading UN.Keporterm. JO ANY niN'KI.VMARIAN -* I owed the grocer Golly I got tired (3 K a

In lta.. *ho' don look pert. : McllAli of it e eit's / ,, s
hat white pinafore. x" s gt; '
w nilly Overn reet and Dot 7-IHOHI.O-XJ But, it's all different now! M- > ;
We are' glad to have four -
,'Idlngarounl: together t' n JV I
(.11Vhhuh! Pollock students In CharleB our room.OIOMH Hilly, Tedrt.len'i.. After ,Pearl Harbor I started buying s i44 t tip "

ly what happened t' everyone Rimes and War Bonds the
Roberta llendrlck on Payroll Saving Plan. k r
fiv nll enjoy being
You all had better I lent 10 of '
|. Every pay day, % my pay to r ,

.'nk an but have, you a wolveo swell, time.for Su..le l for us.We Red have Cross been recently Melllnsr. .sandwich. Uncle Sam. Knew'he needed it to win rl "" et t +ld

Keveral brought bonkx. "R'HI/ the war . and this Payroll Plan was the j ail t'x .,
.kn. her llpfltk'k out of glue) and other articles' to Hell at II' simple to do x.,
K \v must get ready for my date "White Elephant Sale" last weal) easy way my part.What's ;- '
f.* It la. a blind .date, -DO We all had fun.
h"u more it's automatic. Keeps me ,

Your: own. 'Pith N(1)ld "K4 buying Bonds regularly, instead of for l ,;
SUSIE We hope everyone! l.. arettlm' 4
full see of their purchases fl.1 01,1. getting and frittering away the money. I n sWell
the "White Klephunt Ale".
nor Biographies Hveryone thought that thl sir, I soon found out I could afford -
r ..I4'' YFIIFIIIIH '. rooip/ did not hold any seers,
\\IMHiiltY: within but from what we've; 'hoiir' putting this money in Bonds. I'm S

R. !Kti,. lie, on September 5, 1923::: It fffmm am. though Sirs. Pontorseand .: making better money these days, and i ? 'v
FreddieVim Blllv R have one "rrpt "n
MI Winifred -
*. outdo her appearance( Into the way. Wonder what' It l..? Hop" there's a darn sight fewer things for me
i lt> about Ked Criii"'
III.'. something the 1
Friday motnlnathe seniors culled and the missus to spend that money on. 1

i,"i 1 n life gone, but to even school"o. she at BUS haste.t have a meeting a Kld..In day the program auditorium r Twan So, I'm actually coming out even, Bonds a sand

i dislike for school . very amunliiK.. We hope, th' all.And. l
'i i cube, was head theerlcadercur
will have a very mirceHnHil fi' e
yearn. and editor of the .
l"ni" .r In her senior year ture.neporfirr KPITIf !MAXN'IVMrR : the other night, fingering over i

..row. ,f her. liken are football Johnni. who teachen th those nice crisp War Bonds, I said to the "" I
nut Miindaea .and curs with s
3rd grade will he back after t\s-' "
ardM.' weeks visit. to her home. missus: "For once, I said, "we got somebody
f xt var may find Freddiefnx "
[ away at . owing its money. Uncle Sam! He's t

''I. Freddie.iiK'iiv ""'JA. ST.1TIi! F' .tN" promising to pay us back $4.00 for every

.. : <;K>K AVIDI: By. E. K. HotivlerSCplJTS $3.00 we put in these Bonds. And, just f
"nilivr Ii, 11126 IK a dale well
(l Ih remembering by the C, H. between you and me and the lamp post, .
.d I' fnr that neemx. to be the jl jlthere's
no surer promise in the world. y.
Petty Gene decided to make As a reward for diligence in the .
entrance Into thin world. She di-We
waste Scoutmaster J. "
horn In Tlfton, ra.. of which paper "My, said the missus, "why don't we
IH. very proud, and remainedie P. Warren took Troop 104 ,t', /
try to buy more of those Bonds out of /
| until she wan eight yeaCHthen Camp Blanding o n March ?! err. .
she moved" to !\IcBae.Mav.,1 infantr your pay? I could do some paring down.. %
where they witnessed
here for only two
,.". It wan. after that she de- training had lunch and inspected Let's see if we can't make it 15% instead j:
t"a to come to Florida. Shed ;
the generally. This was an of 10%"
.I In Ocala. for one year be. camp ,
Joining ua at B, K. R. In the especial treat for the boys, who . "
"nth grade I guess she must We did it, by golly I AND SO CAN .
i* liked. u" for she decided to enjoyed it Immensely. YOU I ILet's "
f- until .
must. other gin a Betty Gene THANKS COMMUNITYThe "
1 a few dislikes an well aM. Red Cross Volunteer Committee '

('netted. Her people main and dislike main being like. (B. Herahfield, L. A. Shepherd all KEEP BACKING THE ATTACK''!

l' tile Air Corps' and brunette J. H. Moncrief, M, G. Gi-':
are not definite but .the Air ner and I{. M. Rlcharde) wiahrrto I
fP ban poNHlbllltlefl.. extend appreciation to the pea
IlId. of luck, Gene.
ple the at Woman's the Florida Community State Farm.Cluli THIS AD IS SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING ATRIOTIC BUSINESS FIRMS

and the Ralford Masonic Lade
VOTE FOR : for 'their liberal contribution r .., .... .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. ,..,.. ,

AND 'ELECTMELVIN which put the Red Cross fund THE

over the top. The total amount _

B. raised at the Farm was U 76. 4 CARPENTER'S

-B. Hershfield, Chm. .

Mrs: J. C. Wallace now ft . i :

Jacksonville and Mrs. O. L. Ilelh '' .
and children of West Palm Beac'l! - a The Rexall Drug Store ,

COUNTY SCHOOLSUPERINTENDENT were guests of. Mr. and Mrs. J, R ; Mrs. Bessie Davis, Prop. i

Kite from Monday till Friday.Mr. ,
and Mrs. L. A. Wlggiri u ..

and daughter Marie moved Sa

urday to Hampton. Mr. Wiggi -.' KOCH DRUG STORE :

vllle leaves Naval April Base.1 for Mrs.the Jacksoi WIggLi' / Florida Power & Light Co.

will continue work at Camp Blat 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ON DUTY '

ding: We are sorry to lose th i '

w who really a pa' Phone 167 Starke Florida
family were -.tiT: -
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Court & Call St. Starke Fla. '
of the big Farm family .:.
here as bride and groom. ,,' : .
u '
:!oIt'. and Mrs E. A. Bradsha- '

and children went to DeLand Sun. ; } :

n. r to visit. Mrs. Gerald Cox aft Winkler Electric Service J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS.

226 Temple Avenue
AI Rogers of JacJcsonvl'JrJs : .

7 7A a guest of Mr. and Mrs. ClauJe: FLASH LIGHT BATTERIES. IRONING! .. .
Dodge r- Plymouth Sales & Service

Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mr' ALL TYPES EXTENSION CORD ANIJ.. .

H. L. Parker were guests of Mr MANY\ OTHER HARD TO GET ITEMS 'n. Temple Avenue Starke Florida

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Orvateet STR01J...%.fl.5RLLITJITN..:.; .f .....L- t E. A. STROUT REALTY I r ,H. C. 'WALL f t

try .r...r r. Hmm mi4 *
ealee of *m-VmrtmmAereait -
Ifvese all fk
\V.rl.. ..... .a*a lletlaar.E. AigefCyS
LIfe.Lon-g-ant S
of Represented Constant Service Over 50 Years

This County, Well Qualified Locally by I HOG & HOMINY FARMS

and Experienced. for. F. C. HOLLINGSWORTII '. Please Phone 146
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' -- --- OF FLORIDA to: ErmaM. In next four weekly
1BI1U .
IN -IRCI-IT COI'HT. RRADRORDtOi" .. l I. 169 witness 'my *
Btauffer. when re iderc hand
Jr. Woman's ClubThe Cook Handling TY, FLORIDA 1* and CLUBS South Flt hu&ti Street Rochester Florld11Attyi. ,, thl.ot"'.
JSOCIETY New York. 28,18H.
i i J Junior Woman's Club will Large AmountOf A. Staiiffer. Plaintiff' VR. required to on A. J.
LJk ; --_ -.- .-._- __ _nO___ _____ -----,- __ -nn- -_----_---- meet at the Club building Wed- Waste JataCook's Erma M. Stauffer, etendan!.. Case May You J, are 1944, In the .above appear named A. Clerk TNbAdt r"
No. 8A25. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OFFIC't\J pa'
Ladies AuxiliaryMet nesday, April 5 i at 8 P. M. Hostesses I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND seeks divorce. Bradford County Knight. &; Knight, ItMrk: : ::
RobbLivingstonMrs. .
wll) be Miss Louise. Snyder, grocery Is one of the NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph hall publish this Order for Ylt. ::1-11 rthr'''

: Clarice Livingston, daughter TuesdayThe Miss Carolyn Green and Mrs N. several local stores contributingto -

of Mrs Fay Gill of Starke, Ladles Auxiliary of the T. Ritch, Jr. Miss Pearl Lewis the war effort by handling the -
and S-Sgt. John Frederick Robb, will present the program. disposal of waste fats collected
Presbyterian Church met Tuesday; Ear I
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Robb by patriotic housewives.
of son Columbia: S. C., were marriedon night with Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf. League MembersAre Cook states that he carried 1,500
Charles Allen In chargeof Y Creed
Mrs. was
Tuesday, March 14, at 8 o'- the program and those participating EntertainedMembers pounds of fats to dealers in Jack- Make this JlJ.r too/!

clock In the evening In the Bap. were: Mrs. K. O. Duncan sonville last week.
tlat Parsonage here. Rev. A. E Those who bring In waste fats -
MrS W. J. Chandler Mrs. E. M. of the Intermediate, -
LIghtfoot performed the single Davis and Mrs. O. E Stansbury I League of the Methodist Church are paid three cents a pound and

a ring few ceremony close friends In the and presence relatives of Since this was the final meetIng were guests of Miss Janet Anderson are given two meat points for JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMONDS
, y of the couple. They were unat of the church year, the retirIng at an outdoor supper partyat each pond of fat that Is salvaged.
i .,' president relinquished I the her home on Tuesday eveningof
tended. Waste fats are needed In the manufacture -
gavel to the new head of the last week.
For her marriage I Mrs of '
Mcs. Holtzendorf and Mrs After Of Jan- 1
group, : a variety games T1
,', Robb chose a gold gabardine It. E. Boelter was Installed a* sec et's mother, Mrs. J. L. Anderson, e wwwiwJt That no one indispensable .to our country c pr.
tailored. suit-drew with brown accent retary. Mrs. R. L. Whlnney was and Mrs W. J. Johnston served Dlnklna. Ona Demo res t, Billy the American who is fighting and willing to die tf 'need, be
In accessories. Her flowers
v' were white sweet peas in a shoulder accepted aa> a new member. supper to the following: Betty I' Smith, Philip Thorn, Lyle Anderson to preserve the nation his forefathers built upon the idea ./
I During a business seRBian a Anne Flynn, Marian Brown, Joan and the hostess
i .. coraage. government of the people, by the people and for the people.
check was given to the Migrant .. .
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Immediately following the ceremony I -- --- -
the couple !eft for Jacksonville . Workers Fund. Mrs. 11. H. Young HE BELIEVES: That a man who stirs up iff' BELIEVES: In the Jeffersonian prin.

.' and Columbia, S. C., where conducted the Query Corner. racial strife and discord in violation of ciple: of the rights of the states to govern
Refreshments of tea, sandwiches Callstreet (
tbey will visit the groom's parents Carolyn < J
themselves. lie is
for a few days. They planto and cookies were served and can- Southern tradition is a menace to the opposed to a paterna.

make their home in Starke died Easter rabbits given as favors state and nation and to the war effort lutic; dictatorial government, which sets

.:, temporarily, Sgt. Robb being stationed -.--.-.------ "' -,. '. _._nUH_ _ ._ and should be retired from public life op in Florida a vat political machine of

; &i; at Camp Blandlng. Scene: The soclul period follow ing him to S. C., was sidetracked .-*"t non-civil service: federal employees.
Mrs. Robb graduated from Brad- U. D. C. To MeetThe ing Woman's Club Executive for 29 minutes in Starke and ME'. BELIEVES: In the traditional policyof .-

J, from Bradford High School with meeting Wednesday afternoon . there was S. G.: just about 400 southern Democrats that the party L'rlf
W. T. Weeks Chapter HIS FRIENDS
r the class of 38. Characters: Two attractive young yards from home and not permitted Oe.eue:
U. D. C., will meet Wednesday, mothers . Topic of discussion: to leave the choo choo principle of white supremacy must be

Piano Recital of April Mr 4,and at 4 Mrs.p. m.Hal, at Edwards the home in Those "kissing games" that seem . Truly a test 'of will power, maintained. *f' You'll want to VOTE for

to be all the rage among tho I I'd say! . His address 18:'Cpl. a .
y' At Service CenterClaude Lawtey. Hostesses: Mrs. Edwards camp fire set these days . "Tut, S. G. Denmark; Ha. ntrv. 2nd HE BELIEVES That the people of Flor- ; JUDGE J. OLLIEEDMUNDS I
Murpbree, bead of the and ing other Lawtey members tut, girls ,. . It's dollars to Bn, 318t C. A., Prov. Bn., Northeast ida will protect their heritage of Ameri,1. ._ '

r of Music the University doughnuts that your mothers Area, Fort Jackson, S. C. ;'::.1
I Department at fretted over the self same prob- canism won on the field of battle and at I
r of Florida, will present a To lem, and like I I) I",,'..
WSCS Meet always say-Let the
:, recital Saturday afternoon at 5 Hear Robert Green broke Into 'r". re *
her who ,
never played "postofflce"cast
o'clock at the Church Service front page headlines out In Miss "
I Methodist WSCS Circles the first bit of criticism! ouri tother HE BELIEVES: That today labor and
Center. The weekly Saturday day when he made a .
meet Monday afternoon, April 3, . Understand the young lads I C
night picnic supper will follow) will speech at a Red Cross Rally . business are slaves of government instead
at 3:30: o'clock.! Circle One under fire stoutly deny any Interest -
Rev. A. E. Ughtfoot, pastor of be entertained by Mrs. L. D. in the silly games (Hahl!) Robert, still being treated for Injuries of the government being the servant of

the local Baptist Church, will be ,Vinlng, at the Church School placing all the blame squarely In received on .Rendova. gave the people. Labor's hard-won gains over
In charge of meditations at an rooms. Circle Two will be enter the laps of the. lassies.. .... But Red Cross blood plasma credit for .
Interdenominational Vesper Ser- having saved his life . "The lialf a century must not be lost by legislation
ly vice to be held In the Episcopal tained by Mrs. W., E. Middleton, what can you expect In leap year, Red Cross takes the place of that gives bureaucrats the power EAR HIM I OVER RADIO I

z\ Church on Sunday afternoon at S at her home, on West Madison St. folksSays Carolyn with a homefolk when\ you are on' thebattlefront labor's right I to bargain freely
to deny
o'clock. Also on this'' program note of philosophy (or Is it It saves a soldier

d \. will be a vocal duet by Miss Joyce Church Service Center proceeding envy 7)) In her voice . every minute of the fighting In with the employer. t FRIDAY, MARCH 31

Johnson of Gainesville] 'and Cpl. the Vesper .Hour and the regular any hot battle" he told the crowd
HE BELIEVES That free enterprise ia STATION WMBR, 7:15: P. M.\
Pleuton of Blan- . .. Glimpsed Elaine Edwards
John De Camp Sunday night supper for Servicemen Thank to the mail man, It's \
v, dlng. their wives and friends. ,will been a very interesting''week, anda riding around Sunday with a the backbone of American progress and

4, '!Ii Tea will be_ servVd at the follow It. good thing, too, that several of handsome, lieutenant . Must prosperity. He believes that the power- ..j ,- MAIL I THIS, COUPON, - -

: ny old pals remembered me with have, been her birthday, or sum- greedy hands'of the bureaucrats must Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS,
pin for there lots I
letters for truly methinks I never was of com
.' i I ..' r FUNERAL DIRECTOR saw a quieter stretch along the pany In an' out ,her house that! come off the throttle and that operating I 414-16 READBUILDING,.

'lj My Many Yearn Experience Make. It Possible for Me to Render, street called Call S., O. Denmark day, besides the Lt. . ... Hear control of farms, American: business and I
I 2 EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE i writes from Fort Jackson.S. Sara Malpas whop)) be remembered industry should be returned to those who Please count on my active support and
C., about a'certain harrowing as a Callstreeter of some 15- I vote for J. OLLIE EDMUNDS as United
i''ft MODERATE PRICES experience that befell him on his or-so years ago Is now a Lt. in built them I and are qualified to run them I States Senator from Florida in the coming I
{I DeWITT C. JONES recent transfer from Key West the Navy and will soon become Democratic 2nd
I Primary May 1941.1
..i? ioIi. Starke. Florida , Seems the troop train carry11 I the bride of a Capt. . HE BELIEVES: That the future is lost If

.,,' :',". !\'1iiQ' 1'1h. . ,_r_,... _n.. .. IL ,",. nn the continuation of socialistic tendencies t: Signed................... .....,....?....?......???.._.,... I

casting Lots of envious local fisher men are means the return of our fighting forces to I Street or a d ure63." ...........,....?;.".._.........._..?
glances at that WPA instead of
jobs jobs supplied byFlorida's
A', 41 'r' r neat set of Nazi eating utensils I City or Town..... ???......'.....a........._.....?...
sent to the J. L. Peeks !this week C aJ11118,bnainesees and industries. ,
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by their sop, Julian,,
.-. The knife fork and sPoon

N fit together very Ingeniously,
rr h ,
ri H'rYI r rM making a compact package that I
: i c r L would be Ideal to take along on

those camping trips? .. Won-
ly/x l d der If Julian would take orders

din ,' j for a dozen or so more? '. ,
'fP. Judge'Perryman received the first
soldier vote Wednesday -
l' from no less 'a personage

'1 SERVICE than William Henry Graham '.

1i Incidentally, the ballot bore a
i ?M New York date )line, which means
that Bill)) formerly (stationed in

o- Gawgla) must ,be going places!
,\ . .

Note from Enoi Hayes tother
t day, exuding the faint aroma of

homesickness . ,' "How I wish
1de. I was back In the flat, piney
woods of Florida where, when
: it rains it eventually stops," Enos

: S'priPjtI opined . "Would also appreciate -
a big glass of orange juice,
too. They may have it in California -
!/O' ; but if they do I haven't

looked In the right places" .

In case any sympathetic Call) Would You Like To.Own A New
/ streeter wants to 'send him a Jar

-J- 4 DE-SLUDGE o' juice, the addresy; Pfc W. E.
Hayes-860456: Co B, 1st Bn., 16th
!Marines\ (Engr), 5th Marine Clv., House Near Your Work?

FMF, Camp Pendleton, Oceanside -
I Rid of Calif. . .
for !smoother performance better!! economy-

Carbon in '- ,'* Anticipate a"eve" of enthu-
You Like To It With
CombustionChamber greater dependability siasm for the USD-NCCS dance Would Buy

coming up April 11 .. . Hear the

'" SLUDGE RUINS CAR ENGINES. ."DE-SIUDGING". Will GIVE .door. Here's I prize your will be chance a permanent to win a"beauty" A Small Down Payment And

/ prize, gals! , S6
k Stop Oil Pumping YOUR CAR NEW UfE- BRING YOU All THESE BENEFITS: long . see you there ... y

e'' and SparkPlug --Carolyn.l Small Monthly Payments?

.('UU'I'I'r rni IIT. nil \IIKOIIII ,
Fouling ('OIrt', FI.OIIIU'I I'll <<'11'Phillip :\.
,, 1. Give you better gasoline economy; ('.:"4', -
(Flllippo) Zl..... Plaintiff
V", Dora Zl", net..nolant.' Cane YOU CAN
Remove Sludge 2. Restore complete (lubrication to all vital parts of No.'ORDER 29R1 OF rnnLiaATTo.v:-

your engine. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR r
and Carbon STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mr..
Dora Zlz o,- when.. residence la 40
And With As Little As
Deposits 3. Eliminate corrosive and damaging chemical deposits York Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn New

u > which contaminate your lubricating oil. You are required to appear. on
May 1, 1944 In the above named
l{' Court. end cause whnreln' plaintiff
Clean Carbon- 4. Increase Keek* divorce I.Tadfor.l: County
oil economy and In many cases eliminate Telegraph' shall publish thin Order. DOWN
4 Coated Valves oil pumping. In \next four weekly FloridapthisoMarch Issues.seal $300

5. Improve smoothness of 26th, 19H.
engine performance; OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
An. Clerk of laid Court.1alt..r .
( .
\' O. ,
Hardentyj Daytona Bench
a : Packed Piston 6. Prolong the life of your engine Fla. Atty. for Plf. S-Sl 4t 4-21 .

'i Ivy MOM BONDS * SPEED TNt VICTORY iv.'OI niirriT, (-or far, nnnp nn SEE
I al\ Rings -STV. FI.OIIIlXl I.V CIIAN'IRY. -

Robert Arnold Kelley, Plaintiff, vs.
1\\\ ; Miriam A. Keller, Defendant. Cu..
; : Clean Sludge- / "FIRST IN No. ORDER.102*. OF PUBLICATION

> A. Kelsey, whose residence.. U Box
Screen 757 New Haven. Connecticut.
\ SERVICE"Torode You are required to appear on .
May 1. III". In the above named
Court and ram. wherein plaintiff
week divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publl.h this 01'01.1'In REALTOR
next four weekly luue.
Chevrolet Witness my hand and official
Co. seal at Starke, Florida thl March
29, 1944. 119 East Call St. Starke, Fla.
STARKE Aa Clerk of said Conrt.
; FLORIDA T. Frank Landrum, surke, Florida
Atty. for Plf. t-9l 41 .-11


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News Mrs. L. A. Davis who has Senator April 10, 1S44. In tb. above named and the several property owners half of Uradford County, Florida IN -IUTIT' .lOI'HT. an snpoRn1'OI'Y'rY. '
of Local spent the two weeks in Atlanta Upchurch Court and cause, wherein plaintiff taxpayer. citizens and others havIng 'In the aggregate"" cum of ti&.ooo, .....OR.'I1 IIIAN-
past seeks. divorce l1r.dtord"ounly or claiming any right, title or dated, July I I. 1944, bearing l Intereatnt KMV.
Ga., will return home the Spoke SaturdayThe Telegraph. .hall publish! this Order Interest In property to be affectedby the lowest rate obtainable. when. John A. Zebedee. Plaintiff v.. Ruth
Vincent U Al- last of the week. In next four weekly: I Uxuea.Wltneaa the Issuance. of the refunding Hold at par or at three per rent Zebedee. Defendant Cane. No. 291?
and )InJ. my: baud and official bond hereinafter mentioned, or to per annum when. sold to the highest ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1
visiting Mr. and Mrs.e I. P. Shepherd Jr., of West first candidate for governor seal at tark, Florida this March be In any way affected thereby and bent bidder pnyalile nenilannuHllv AND NOTICB TO APPEAR
) Point Ga. here to make a public speech here 10. 1844. shall be, and they are .hereby, required and numbered from 1 to STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth
Alvarez 101' Fortefelvoire was Saturday (OFFICIAL SEALA.. J. Thomas, to o this I courtnt tit, both inclusive.. a more pratlou-. Zebedee, whole residence la un-
turning to visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr. during the present campaign. Aa Clerk of laid Court. the \IfrA.b In Starke, Florida lar deBcrlptlon of whlih refundingbonds known."
I. P. Shepherd Senator Frank D. Upchurch MSt Walter C. Ilardenty. Daytona Beach, on the lot tiny of May 1944, IK onnlHlned In the I't'tltlon You are required,. to appear on I
Augustine visited Starke Sat Fla. Ally for IMf. 3-17 41 4-14 at 10 n'rloi-k A. M.\ and how cause. herttln. May. 1, 1H44 In the above nnmod
Jobns spent Wednes- Mrs. Carrie R11 c h returned why the prayer of the IVtltlonfiled Thin n"It'l Nisi .belnic: Untied In Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
j ;flue urday afternoon, In In the above entitled pro lieu of like llule Nl.. .
Jacksonviller speaking IN CIItt'I'1'1': ('rOlHT MKIDFOHUCKItl. a l except for seeks divorce Pradford County:
Thursday lr home Saturday after spendingtwo reecling .should. not be granted, and time of .
front of the and Plscs heailnK Issuedherein Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
court house. He ('OLV'rl. .LUIUn4. IN 1.-- .
Bister Mrs. Minnie Mc- weeks In Atlanta, Ca., with : '. the bond therein described and theproceedings 1 on March 9, 1944. which I II IN next four weekly. tenueaWltneRH .
emphasized the need for aiding Anna Frieda Urlmamann, Plaintiff, heretofore had author hereby reminded. and cancelledIM . hand and official '
Mrs. Jerryup
my i
J niece her son, Thomas U. Rltch. ising the issuance thereof be validated I
| ,. and established >NK AND OlinKUrcn at seal Starke, Florida,
hospitals and for the va. Henry Urimsmsnn Defendant and confirmed an In acid. I Starke at thla March '1
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and building of new ones where need Cam No. 2965. Petition prayed, said bonds consisting '1, Florida, thin. 2lxt day of March, ZJrd 1444. '1
1044.i FKK'IAI" REAL A, J. Thomas
for Ea"t r. New children of Jacksonville and Mr. ed to improve the health of the AND OHIIEHIF NOTICE" PfBUCATlOM TO APPKAR of refunding bonds of the Stat i A, f. APK1NS' I An rierk of ....hi, )Court, 'I i'
and gags at LeUa' and Mrs. R. R. Thede of Lawtey state. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Henry Board of Adiinlnlxtratlon of the (SK.AT.' ) Circuit Judge T, Frank l.andrum, Starke, Florida :
Ilf.4aes Orlin..iiiann whose residence la T State of Florida for and on be 3-ai 41 4-14 Ally, for Plf. .1-31 4t 4J1wa 'I
of Mrs. F. H.
were Sunday
hoppe. Senator Upchurch proposed t4. P. o. U. 100, Bismarck, North';
B. C Holtzendort w ti II Long and Mrs. Richard R. Thede, state aid for hospitals so that Dakota . II IItlr'

t,.Jacksonville the vv Lamar Illness has of Monday an returned\ Jr.Saturday Mrs. L. S.after Hutto spending returned a home week limited"every hospitalization citizen his Income when may m,have however adequate plaintiff of April named You Children.10th.are Court seeks,required 1944 and divorce L"'adford, 'cause In to and.the appear County, Custody wherein above on : .:

one in Quincy after isle. with her sister in Columbia, S. C. Another point stressed by the Telegraph shall publish this Order
In next four weekly lHues.Wltnemi .
,r cousin, ; Mrs. Shelly Hall and slater Miss candidate was "lifting our public my hand and official

Garuita Hutto spent WednesdayIn school system from 20th to first .Real. at Starke. Florida. this March .
2nd 1944.OFFICIAL
| D. S. Cook has gone to Jacksonville place In the nation and Increasing ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas

to visit her mother. Mrs. New Spring coats for Easier teachers' salaries so our educational As William Clerk D.of Morgan said! Court Jacksonville. "Meet -

Minor At IXla'n Dress Shoppe. program may compete on Fla. Atty. for Plf. 3-10 41 3-31 ,
Miss Nina student at equal terms with business for the
for Bishop
coats i
Spring IN cincriT COIRT, UR41)FRDCOIN'rY
.' Dress Shoppe Wesleyan College, :Macon, Ga., Is most. efficient personnel" ; FLUHIU| IN "'II.\>- !
11 Senator Upchurch also advocated t Kit Y. :
week's vacation here
spending a MILLARD
o L. Beasley and slater, Basel Jackson Holder, Plaintiff va j.1'
| went to Tampato at the home of her parents, Mr. more generous aid to the aged Marshall David Holder Defendant ,
w and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. the blind! and the dependent children Cane No. 2677.OKDEK .
be with their parents!, OF Fl'BLICATlON
to the extent of having the AND NOT1CK TO APPEAR '
Durden. Mra. Mrs M. L. Maynard of Alachua
Mrs. A. C. state match In full all federal STATE OF PLOKIDA to Mar.
will remain there fore I has been visiting her daughter, shall David Holder whose residence. '

but Mrs. Beasley will Mrs. J. B. Alexander for the past grants. complete for these program purposes.His .SenatorUpchurch la You Unknown.are required to appear on C A LOW. ELL Aw :

home today. 'ten days. said includes prompt April 10th., 1S44, In the above ,
named Court and cause, wherein
employment and education for returning plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden '
name reatored Bradford County .
service men and women; hall publish this OrderIn
This Governor's race U a question of mm-as
the construction of new high next four weekly I Inauea
Witness my hand and official. well as issue Florida faces stormy clays as the
G fuze = all (Ee ways through and not "around"cities .seal at Htarke Florida this Mann war approaches its end si our veterans return as !
t eji and towns the reduction ofgovt"rnmental 8th, 1944.tOFFICiAL.
and busmen to f
I t xnl SEAL) A. J. Thomas induatry begin to convert peacetime I
3 costs by eliminationof A a Clerk of Raid Court.T. pursuits. t jOur
l P 'p red tape and duplication of ef Frank Lrftndrum. Starke, FlorldiAtty.
fort. for Pit 8-10 4t. 3-31 next Governor must be a man capable of

IN! rlHCTIT t-Ot'HT.' KK5MTHJll piloting Florida safely through the oncoming I
Mrs. Richard Cluff >lfl,l, CIIICI'IT OF .. ...OHII. who is calm level-headed enerMillard Csldwell's record of service .
returned storms-a man public: appears
Easter Thursday from D a 1'1 e n, Conn., NO. SDMfl.", getic and sincere;a man of proved business ability in the panel below-This; record Shows that a
The Holiday where she STATE HOtHU OF AllMINIfTnA.TION. 1s Leader! A Statesman I !l
spent toe past two a body eorproe ...*r Net- and tested statesmanship. Caldwell a ) A skilled
months with her sister Mrs. D. "%wMis pilot for the stormy days ahead I
Millard Caldwell U such a aunt
lltHtloa at kr State of Klorlda. .
H.' Christiano. ....... i.
Will Soon Be Here Just arrived: New shipment of KI.OHIU4. record of public: service is outstanding. H Ie s'1ve.
Petlflaaer.TUB member of the Florida of 1929
Gage hats for Easter at Leila'sDFPM ...- was a Legislatures I
Shoppe. 8TATM OF FI.OHIIJ, et .!. and 1931 when he was chairman of the important i l\
.. Mrs.. Mollie Snyder left Sundayfor RewpoMdeafa. Rules Committee. He served brilliantly as U. S. MiOWELL'B, flECOHDA t ,

Your Loved Ones And Syracuse N. Y., where she TO TUB RI'LH STATB NINI OF FI5ninA.THB Congressman from 1932 until 1941 when h Remember: to several KEVKRAIj' PROPERTY OWN retired to life.'i' J'.aNIWTI'''' y .
plana spend days on private
'Card. ERS.! TAXPAYERS CITIZENS AND r__.... R"'AoI"' smruyrAesdslmssas
Friends With A Nice Easter business
OTHER! HAVINO fHt CLAIMINO lr 4nae4a.rats a.A' t
ANY RIOHT TITLETOK INTEREST ff. has Mirer before ...fiCAVCTMT a candidate' fordefeated 4tiae.4filgptxe/L 04YIfA7y ID-
We Still Have A Large Selection.SEE IN cmrrrr f"O..T. DH40Fonu IN PROPERTY TO RK, AFFECTED . M. IMa never beets a ellACAIAVAtWWO::;,
_, ... ._... STATK BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION for ptjMIc .Mc.w .... I
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Ive Organ Grando, Plaintiff, va, OF THK) STATE OF FIX)II- .--r I "
Nada Koalnl. Defendant Case No. IDA, FOR AND ON BEHALF OF He Was born farm Term,. In /,
OUR LARGE ASSORTMENTSHOE 298.1. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. on a at Beverly, .ewa> lII'oI1U naauvifo.aetawrrwt
OnPEn OF PUBLICATION OF THE BONDS! HEREINAFTER 1897. His father was a successful lawyer; his ave J W IlP 6I-' t "l''
RTATE OF FIX>HID\ to: :Miss' OR TO BW' AFFFJCTED IN grandfather a Baptist preacher. He was a star tV .<< .e
BRUSHES SHINE CLOTHS Nada Rosin % 1IIrll. Vltorlja Ro- ANY WAY THEREBY. athlete at Carson-Newman College and the University .4 A'ap 4.10 HN7P .
flnl (Mother), Zablace., Dalmatla, : The State of Florida through the of where he ..11. student AreAt 4:aro.rrswsrrrny.rwhen
We Have Plenty of White Polishes Country of Yugoxlavla. State' Attorney of the Eighth Judicial ( Mississippi was 'gws1 a '
I You are equlred to appear on' Circuit of the State of Florida, volunteered as an Army private in World 4GAMAI a-'y earlyd7eJSe' .'

Also The Popular Colors War I. He was commissioned as second lieutenant Adtxvso in .tGeslAV:: a-

..___ _._........... .... H-_ r_ --.... of Field Artillery before the war ended. Later rif4r4e is.rvOr
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE he finished his education with a law course at the LiA0s4 JXMVS24/-us AV /.: !1'ANlI'

We Are Still Offering University of Virginia ,vI srfriovr.w oeioALVAtWIb

METAL ,. ,
"PROM'SER""OII:;<# ciaf '.usa4srkMlrlyldC.WOJlCLAT

20c_ .&. 35c. Sizes . . 'FLORIDA CAN BE CONFIDENT syrr'rrra4f $ "dW"QFAI I

.. ,. ,. .. WITH CALDWIELL4retmaI. ;

! Mwniiiaiiif' rap,.a n rmuvi' tr liiuu' IafhIH1. e
Bathing Trunks Ear Plugs ..- - .-- .

And Wooden Clogs Due to the Federal Tax !

I ARE POPULAR ITEMS NOW. WE HAVE on Theatre tickets which has been 1 1bQe
increased from 10' p. c. to 20 p. c. -a' A.y tit
EFFECTIVE SAT., APR. 1st JA1' better t
Prices of Admission at this theatre del et

will be increased as follows:

och Drug StoreCourt :Matinee Evening
AduIUFederal ______________ 330dult" ____.-------__ S7o ( t t QhI'

[ & Call St. Starke, Florida Tax _______ 7o Federal. Tan _______ 70 na .

Total 40c Total _____________. 44c II

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At All Times .d.4 ,1--

NAT SEZ Children ________ __. 120 Servicemen ______._ 33eFederal

Tax __?_.__ 2c Federal Tax _.____ 7c40o

4 The response to the American Red Total ____________-... lie Total -,____-r.._
Crosx War Fun Drive hat really
( //. proven that most of us are behind. Midnight Shows At all times to all
the War effort 100 pel't't"nt.There '
Admission _____- 37cFwlcrnl FLORIDA'S GOLDEN 'i
few" however,
are a cases Tax ________: 7c
of men who for some little Hilly 't.

reason or personal prejudice refuse Total ______*___ 44eSTARKE < SPRING REFRESHER
to contribute. I often won'

'der what they are doing to help for 30 GOLDEN SPRINGS

"In the war?

# a i

.._;.- You'll enjoy JAX-the I

HOT WEATHER FLA. beer that's tops in quality,

,mellow flavor and golden "

SPECIALScks . ,,-----.-.-.-.- A refresher
<-------- - --r ; goodness. great I l,

Before Having Your Spring Cleaning Done, r e, for golden spring days . A w wf'

--------I- - $3.95ay Send Your Winter Cleaning In To Be Put In I perfect companion for goody t.

Moth-Proof Bags And Stored For The SummerThe food. Try JAX today' . and'

$12.95 we believe you'll say as many
Suits $6.95 to.t
- summer months bring many dangersto others do "Make mine JAX/ '
your winter wardrobe. Moths, theft, I

fire and heat all are constant menaces that You can't buy better beer nomatterjwhat
require expert protection not possible in ,

Bathing Suits the home. Your garments will be beau- r you pay"a;-
,' .
tifully dry cleaned at our regular mod- \ ,t*

erate rates and returned in the fall, at . ,. )

$4.00 to 7.95 your request, ready to we a r. Your '
while I I in care.
clothes: are insured our ., ':. r ,


Seersucker DressesONE Not Including The Cleaning _f< I

\ I s '

$4.95Sternberg's Starke Dry Cleaners & LaundryPhone ePI 4Je 'B /r THE DRIU OF FRIENDSHIP ,

28 Junius M.\ SmithProprietor JAX BREWING COMPANY I Jacksonville, Fla .

Starke; Florida .

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t 21\! ;f\, '.;:,, WHAT TO FUND 11\l S TAR Kl

--- SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY initiated thIs typeof I --
to have
''Passover To Be tion of the ancient Israelites from r --- happy through the Southern Events ListedAt
! Egyptian bondage 3,000 years ago program
i i'f Observed With and marks the birth of Jews as Bell Telephone girls in Starke. Service CenterThe
FOR INFORMATION OF CA3IP BLANDIMG SHOPPING We recently sent to the hospital
a nation. Church .
Services Here numerous scrap books for distri- (;>n
r 1, Men and women of the Jewish AND RECREATIONAL CENTERring bution to the Invalided soldiers. : nounces the follow-in. *
Jews throughout the world will faith, serving in the defense of We are planning to stimulate and i events of Interest :i u, sel'Vlet,"*
observe the festival of Passover our beloved country at home and AMUSEMENTSThe help develop this Important recreation -i and their wives and friend!:
beginning: at sundown April 1, In the faiflung war theatres a- principles of human freedomand Telephone Girls program at the hospital." Spaghetti supper every uv. I
d and continuing for eight day', broad, will be given opportunityto dignity. Milk Bottle day night; picnic sllPPtr
ending with sundown, April 15. participate (in this religious Jewish homes everywhere will Lauded For Part Harry C. Rogers was appointed Saturday; Vespe a. 5 to Passover celebrates the redemp- holiday which embodies the stirfM be open for the Passover to their FOODBowling In War WorkAt assistant director at the USO- every Sunday afternoon, fed
tiA by at 6:30.
coreligionist service men and supper :
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) r't' NCCS club after completing the
women stationed In military areas Alley Cafe a recent USO Conference It USO Orientation Course at Columbia A cordial Invitation is exit
in at the far from their own''' homes, to aerylce' men, thel
Drop away Camp Diner was definitely established that University, New York. Mr wlvtI
The Starke Jewish Welfare Board Come And Get ItFrank's telephone operators are engagedin Rogers comes as a neighbor to
tY Army and Navy Committee, In one of the most essential of
Starke, having lived in Jackson- social and
Fine Foods
SWEET SHOP with that of Jacksonville recrt'atlonall
cooperation war works. Here in Starke the ,
ville for 20 years' A civil engineer in the war effort. He ,
la making exhaustive preparations Kitty's Place girls at the Southern Bell DormI- by profession, he left this aged many social fa
1 Park TheatreFor to care for the more Place tories keep the lines open con- and COt
;, Opposite I type of work to devote his time clubs In the southeast
than 2,000 men of Jewish faith at .Park Cafe tinuously night and day for con- '-
Camp Blandlng. While the local fidential and urgent messages
community is too small to provide Sweet Shop from Camp Blanding t o other
home hospitality, It la generously Snack Bar parts of the U. S. and even foreign -
/ Sandwiches subscribing to the Passover fund soil.
Candy Wrapped raised In Jacksonville. GIFTSGislain's As defense workers, USO Clubsare
Authorities In Camp Blanding open to them as well as mem-
I'/ have act aside supplies and, a bers of the armed forces.
; Drinks In Town
The Coldest
magnificent field house where the The Stag For the past three months, in a
'; two "seder nights", April 7-8, organized fashion once monthly,
r4y : All Popular Magazines & Morning and Evening Papers will be observed( by an expected Wonder Gift Shop the telephone girls of Starke have DIstinctive
10 to 12 thousand service men Bradford Photo Shop sponsored a dance for some regi- -
S Fd and their wives. The seder ("the
ment of the IRTC at Camp Blan-
,o! arrangement") constitutes a dra- MILITARYSUPPLIES ding at the USO-NCCS Club. This # C a'.t fe r
week they entertained boys from
;; the 70th Regiment and suppliedall
::4. THEPARK ifl.tEACH
Gislain's the refreshments as well.
.- BradfordPhoto The Stag Friday evening March 31, a I
group with Mrs. Jeannette Chris-
tian Jn charge, will leave In a SELECTED
CAFE PHOTOGRAPHYBradford body by bus from the dormitory
\. in Starke to put on entertalnme.itand INDIVIDUALLY ...
; Photo,Jiop an "April Fools" Party for
120 S. Walnut THEATRESFlorida the soldiers confined to the station by BEE GISLAIN of
4 ''h 1 hospital. This unique activitywas
''II arranged by Miss Schulman, '.

+ i4: t,>. "Eat at the Best ''Park' Recreation Cross at Worker the camp of AmericanRed hospital, gij"falJ2'NEXT '

STARKE, FLA. Ritz and ucder the auspices of USO- TO KOCII'SDRUQ
} I And forget the Rest"TRY NCCS. STORK
"" Next to Western Union TAVERNSBlanding "General hospital visitation and
entertainment will take on greater -
-- Center Bar importance as the war pro- D
.I' DevelopingPrinting Maude's' Place gresses," said E. C. Marotta, director !!
I : OUR "We at USO-NCCS aro

I matic presentation In symbolic
form of the ev'ents associated with

k t .Chili i I i slavery.the breaking The of National the Egyptian Jewish The --

Enlarging Welfare Board Is responsible for

"'4 :.Hot Dogs the general Isaiah rungements.Rackovaky will Chaplain con-- r' MILK 1 BOTTLE i Yy

fiv\4 I1 ," '
.r J2 Hour Service duct the religious ceremony: The c ;
Dogs.Hamburgers Starke Jewish community will attend off
' the seder nights in camp as
: f ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER congregants of the chaplain i In ti=
the absence of,a'civilian ,labbl. '

: \ "COME AND GET IT" For Portrait Work Knight To Head IN SPORTS AMUSEMENT

J. W. Griffis, Prop. Next to NCCS-USO USO CommitteeAn
'/'..----------.---,-------.-,. The
_. : , ,' ,. . organizational meeting of Modernized "Spill The Milk" Baseball Game
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the Operating Committee of the
'' "c'--
U O Club at the corner of Tern
FOOD FIT MAKE YOURSELF pie> acd Washington Streets was FUN --- ACTION --- PRETTY GIRLSAND
AT HOME eM at the club building on Monday -
AT March 20. H. V Knightwas
elected chairman, Mrs. C., A.

fora KITTY'SPLACE and night.Rev.was Charles elected H.vice-chairman Allen, treasler. -, VALUABLE MERCHANDISE PREMIUMSTO

Since January 1 the club has SKILLFUL PLAYERS
,been opeiatlngjunder the offIcial
KINGNutritious 1'title of Joint
The agencies now
I 223 Temple Ave. the operation will be the J.W.B. LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME
and the Y.M.C.A.
: with the latter
Tasty InexpensiveSANDWICHES
being the operating agent. Thoseon
the I
operating committee are:
} w SOUPS DESSERTS H. V. Knight, DeWItt
'f C. Jones,
I 1 CHOPS L. D. Vlning, Nat Sternberg, E.
L. Matthews Joseph E. Wilson,
:}i Open 9 to 9 Daily Rev. Charles H. Allen, Captain

except Tuesday FRIED SHRIMP Alfred P. Strozdas, Arch J. ,C1 s o\ C '
Thomas, Major Louis A. Guessaz.
Jr., Mrs. C. A. Knight, Louis V 4
'I Shafkln and MrsT Marjorie Car- a
.,,u' o SIZZLING ter.The 9el'C 't
staff consists ot Julius L. "'" Ct"a"iG '
< Thorn Director; ; Samuel Kreiter, cC r- ,
STEAKSHOME Assistant Dliector. Miss Catherine eati': of .
" W. Beard, Staff Assistant, e \ire
7hze MADE and S. Lambert Johnson, Staff ,.,

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I Cpl. Powell Gets Council, Mrs. A.''j E. -Belnx.! Mrs.---I the fear; and third enlarge our -I with them at 2:30: o'clock Sunday hU mother-in-law- Mrs. Elliott : I
Seabees' Reveals Workings J. A. Fauaett. Mrs. R. C. Law- knowledge of mankind and the I afternoon after the devotional 01 Rev. Raulerson brought a very I
Ibting Unique HonorAt rence, Mrs. G. L Cline, :Mrs. R. world In which we live Mrs. W. song service. soul-sttrrlng message, after which I
USOYWCAAt R. Mathews, and Mrs. A. II. H. McQulston led the devotion" I We extend sympathy to our there was an old-time testimonial '
Sam's Newest Unithases Hamm. who, with Mrs. W. H. Mc. and the discussion. Next week's! brother and friend, O. R. Prevail service. Everybody was made to : t\
the Army Wives' luncheonon Qulston accompanying them, subject Is "We Believe In Man". who was called to Plant City rejoice because of the presence of ; I
of the highly dlversi-I Id training program could not be Thursday, March 23, Cpl. D. (' formed a Kitchen Band. With and Mrs. II. F. Vallery Is in I Tuesday night for the funeral of God.
| technical training: of Sea- halted for an instant. Elmo Powell, of Springfield, Ohio, 1| spoons and glasses, a broiler tray, charge. t 1 I
,l shown in Republic' film Although based on a fictional was awarded a gold USO pin In harmonica, comb, "noiseless" The schedule of activities for Looking() for a Good Time? J
It the heroic organization.Fighting story "The Fighting Seabees"' is recognition of his 50 hours of and dish pan serving as Instruments the week to come follows:
Seabees" which almost a documentary film because volunteer service at the usa I they played and sang Friday 2o0-4h: -nfts, Alice n..lnll In- Come toMaude's
Florida Theatre Sat-: it Is the first to reveal the club operated by the YWCA at "You Are My Sunshine" and' "Be tnicllnir..
at the 8-30: -HtKh School Nlirht. Junior-
201 North Walnut Street. True To Me, Dear", provoking ,
to run Sunday, actual workings of Uncle Sam's Cpl. Senior Float
j midnight newest fighting unit. Powell, who is the first man to' hilarious applause from their Saturday .8:3(1: -Couple: r nm-.. with
,nday Orchestra unit refreshments PlaceAcross
audience. I
usual boot In.trucleabees For the filming of "The FightIng have been, presented here with Sunday 3:1I-to..tul.( MoMe, ,
tn the Seabees" the pin, was unable because of Mrs H. B. AbremNon and MI's.I' Mrimliiy 12:00: -Council M.11nk.: 1
the studio needed I
carry on from therellasses IOO: -Drnnia' U rouM..III'Jr.\ Ailu
his! army duties to attend the H. E. Edelman now head of the Anderson snit
In battle technique, several thousands rounds of blank Jeitnrtta Ktlrlmnn: from, NCCS-USO
used by Marine Ral- ammunition. In the good old .prewar ceremony, so an oversea cap I newly reorganized drama group, :In 2:9oI'raru2:30KntttInR: chnrK*. I I'j
4 are served as his proxy. Immediately I which Is rehearsing for n play, :\
After acquiring days all Producer Albert J. i : and Rowing III- Temple Avenue
ttallons. : "Perfect be !, Htruction. :Airs J. W. lli
knowledge of Navy and Cohen would have had to do was following ,the luncheon however, Ending" to presented 8:01I-N..w'OIn.rll: Coke nly.Hour. : 1
battle skills the Seabees send In 'a requisition. But not he telephoned to thank the staff at the luncheon on April 13. 8:011-.0"111" Nlftht.
,. augment their learning now! I and members of the Council for A "Newcomers' Coke Hour" Tuesday Ornup.. l ::3<>-Devotional' Study Beer LunchGood i f ;
courses in handling con- The Army controls all powderon the pin, which was delivered to will be sponsored: by the Army 2:00: -.Cm its.9:00Hridge.
ion equipment of the latest' the West Coast during present him that evening. Wives' Council every Monday Hnly.S'OO: .( In" rut-lion.( Mr. I
nd the newest methods of hostilities and even blank cartridges -| :lira D. C. Wlmberly, of Grand from 3 to 4 P. MV' mainly for th3 : .-Luncheon Commit!** MeflInit. Fellowship
s In combat Installations. | come under Its :Jurisdic Cane La., was elected as a new purpose 0 f acquainting\ service sultant.Wprtnenilny Urvtchen. Cockorham, con
goers are given full op- tion. So Lieut. Commander WIlLiam -[member of the Council, and :Mrs.! .I wives with the activities offeredat 8:00: Hrl<1ir Party A
|,ity to satisfy their curl- McManus, technical advisoron R. II. ''Thomas was appointed the club and enlisting those Thursday(list Ht Trnipie lZio:: -anil Weekly Waxlilnnton I ArmvVlvrM1 I
bout the Seabees,when the the film which stars John chairman of the luncheon program Interested In the volunteer pro \ ; KiinclKMin' Hulh Kaimplt. C
Bs shown, no phase of the Wayne, had to wire Washingtonto committee. Mrs. A. V. gram. Council 2:00-1'101111.: I'hAll'lnnn, |preslding. I f
lives is left out of theg get a release through the Navy;i Cocerham, Mrs. G. L. Cline, Mrs. Girls attending the Devotional IIOO-'utur.: Mothers. Chili.8:00I'r.e .
period sequences. | Department which In turn soughta A B. Hamm, Mrs. R. C. Law- Study Group Tuesday morning: : : > Hingn.9:00Movie Hltortn.WOODLAWN.
Jiiblic had units working: on release from the Army to get rence, and Mrs. S. A. Huey form came to the conclusion trfflt fear t :
ihe East and West coasts the required ammunition! ed the committee which planned( is the result of lack of faith In t1 "
I various camps shooting any 7"- I prepared, and served the lunch- God and in one's self] The group By Mrs. !.Mjrle Katune py
lerything In the way of Sea- Metal Rim Tag, 2-hole Per- eon. Entertainment was offered I i I agreed (that three steps are necessary w 1 II I
tivitleL Most of the fac- I forators and office supplies of all by Mrs H. E. Edelman, who gave I!I In overcoming fear: first Regular services were again enjoyed !
plmtng was done under ad- kinds at Bradford County Tele two original monologues, and by recognize and admit it; second, at the Woodlawn Church. f J J+I
conditions because- the graph. members pf the Army Wives' take some definite steps to allay The First Baptist Church at Law- s //1

tey Invited the Rev. O. J. Hauler-

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I POLITICAL Judge I have tried to conduct the LOHT- IDENTIFICATION bracelet day of March 191*. 'I til: cinci'iT; ('0 l'II T. UIIAUFOIIOI Netdra Maria Thompson Defendant tiff County seek'-..rc ..

I office for the bent interest of the engraved with RICHAKl E' (OFFICIAL. !Ht\r! : ) A. J Thorna I fWl'NTV.' FLUKIUAI I'M: C1IA- Case'OHDEH No. 01OF PUBLICATION I Order. In Telelrraph .haJi; '
ANNOUNCEMENT people and County and If you reelect KKNKW1CK.: No. 1DI54014 From A* Cleric of said 'Court. ('Eil Y. NOTICE' TO APPEAR/ I Wltne..a nemt fOil, ....kl.b .'
intention. l.\ b. Plcanv return to UKO-YWCA T. Frank IanUrvim Florida !Mary Frances home Plaintiff vs. AND my hu "
me It la my to continue > \ IItark"t STATE 0..' FLORIDA to: Neldra I seal at '
FOII SCHOOL M PKHHITHMMSVrI to BOnd uct It iinnelfInhly and on Walnut stfvet and! receive re- Atty for Pit. It 4-14 William Clinton. Home Defendant. Marie, Thompson' whose residence I Z2n
.J hereby I present. myself' as a c'an- for the best l Interest of all.Kepectfully ward el"*" No. 2974.oarE1l IK 4178 Council Street. Los. Angeles, ( ,
IV ;
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dilate" rr. the office of Huperlntendent California.You I As Clerk *
TO APPEAR Los Angle County. of l. '.
mi uu'oun ( ( DtN1y.: IV CHAMCKHV. NOTICB Said ,
iv 01 NTS .'IOIl'O.C'IIH.t FIOliiLitp,
of Public Iimtmctlon subject( E. K. PKIIRYMAV. William required to appear on I Frank JtT. \
of (Ih.. voter In the County Judtre 1'1' t'01 II T. STATE Of'L.OIUOA to! I r.a"drlll,, Ht.
to theplensure 1944. In the above named Atty. for "
Fort 24th Pit
Bn. April "
Primary Election) of My :2. I"M4.If FRED! It. KTJo WAUT. Sol Miderofuliy, Also. known a* Sol Clinton Nebraska.Horn.:0.: C. Jet Court and tuuse, wherein plaintiff :1
Plaintiff Hyde.:! Plaintiff "It. Jullllan: Hoot Hid Crook I
I wilt at -
elected to thin office. I I FOIL HIIKIIIFFI : Also known Lillian Hoot Monday April 10th., 1944. In thd seek divorce., Bradford
uf iv
'VNASN trottky, c-inc nr '
all times\ rondurt myself In a manner of take thin mrnn. of announcing MKIXDCHECK' STEWART !Kytle, 1)efrodant.. <..".... No. ZISO.ORUKIt above named Court ana (cause' County Telegraph Bhall publish! thlaO'd..r I ('Ol' 'r" ( 01 ul'r hUI
conducive to the promotion f thiscounty I I tny candidacy for the. office. ofMhvrlff Defendant.OflD1t riTHLK'ATlON. wherein. plaintiff seeks dIvorce.Bradford . In next four weekly .Issue L CEIIV.I , Ft.cUIIU\, I,
educational Nvstem 0 official
Hut of Bradford Cuuntv. Hubjoctto APHEAll County Telegraph shall Wltnevs my hand and .
I earnestly. solicit your I. the will of the. Democratic voter AMI NOTICE! TO APPEAR STATE OF FJL >HIDA to: Lillian publish this Order In next tour seal I at Starke, Florida, this March I Margaret) !*!"" 'Scliiilm." PI 1at

i1 vote and support.S I'r.VI!: r. FUTCH 'I .* In the primary election of May STATE OK KIXtKIDA to: Ann Root Sldrofnky.. also known a. weekly Issues. foFFICIAL: I No. 3007. ". lJ t'fId't
i. 1444 If elected' to this position Melocheck. Utewart. lam Delaware. Mm. TJIIIan Root Syrt. 1159 Brighton I Wltneen. my hand and official SEAT.) A. J. Thomas ORDER 011'
of hlKh. renponnlblllty I will dln- Htreet. Hcranton Pennsylvania. Beach Avenue. Brooklyn. New seal at 8tuike, Florida this March As Clerk of Circuit Court. I AND PI'BI.lrATI
you COUNTY ('0'11'111fHIO! ,....- charge the duties' of the office to CJHKKTJ.VOS: : York. 8th. 1844.OFFICIAL. Percy I.. Thomas Jacksonville, Fla STATE NOT If 11 ,
I hereby announce my candlancy the best of my ability and In a You are required to appear on You are required to appear. on ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Atty for Pit. 8-24 4t 4-14 I ret UchuUe OP FLORID.1'?:*

for County Commissioner. from District fair and Impartial manner Your April Sth 1944 In the above named April 8th.. 1944, In the above named As Clerk of said Court.T. 1100 Clay ," whom.rold.? !
l No. 2. subject to the will of vole and active support will be Court and cause wherein plaIn. Court and cause wherein plaintiff Frank. I.undrum Starke.. Florida iv 'lIu..r 'OI'.IT. 1111 WFOBO California. Street. s.(" W
the Democratic voters In he primary greatly appreciated.Sincerely.. tiff seeks divorce. Hradford aeekB divorce Bradford County Atty. for Pit. 3-10 4t :3-31 (4-01'STL F'OR''I IV (,'IIAN. You
election.. May S. If electedI County Telegraph .shall publish this : Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn CEll VRobert April .e'lulr"d ,? H
promise. to help. administer the M. I* JftHNS.! Older In next four weekly issues. next four weekly l...uen.Wltneim 1:11 cinrriT ('OI'IIT. BIIADPOHWfOllMTY. Richard Boyer. Plaintiff va. I .d Court 24th.and 19tt, In lh. .
affairs of the entire county In an Witness. my hand and official my hand and official Defendant cause. wh.1'It'
B .
I FLORIUAI l\ IIIAISHam'lOvkelman. << Viola Myrtle o y er. tiff Seek II
honest fair and square manner to POll AHHRMOOH OF TA\K seal at Bturke, Florida, this March .seat at Htarke Florida, thin March ('IJ12. Case No. 3011.ORnER County dl\'ul'('"
the best, of my ability. Your vote 8th 1941. 9th.. 1944.OFFICIAL. T..I.lI'ral.h Nhall
,1r4 I hereby announce my candidacy Plaintiff vs. Esther OF PUBLICATIONAND I Order In p bll.
and active support will be greatlyappreciated. A. ... THOMAS.: ( SEAL) A. J. Thomai next four wash
for re-election to the office of Krkelman.: Defendant. Case No. NOTICE TO APPEAR i Witns. ,
tc1-l I Assessor of Taxe*. and earnestly Clerk! of said Court. Aa Clerk nf said Court. Z987. STATR OF FLORIDA to: Viola Seal at h..nll 'h'
B. t.
Colicityotir vote and support. Prom- (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) Walter C. HardcHty. Daytona Reach ORDER OF PUBLICATION Myrtle Boyer whose residence Is- 2111t. 1944. Florida tb

icing you that If I am nominated If. O. Frown, Lake. Butler Florida Fla. Atty. for Pit. 3-17 4t 4-14 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 34 Audubon, St., Springfield, Massa- A
41 ': FOR miKHIFF and r..I"rtedj I will give you four Attorney for Plaintiff. 3-10 4t 3-31 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Esther chu..eU. A. Clerkf. J. TUo)
' To The voters and cltl.en. of more yearn. of hone..t. faithful and isr: cmcriT ( DIRT. DR 'OFORO Rckelman whose address Is un- You are required. to appear on ..
' & ,.j' Bradford County: Impartial service.Thanking IM: TIIK ('CH IIT OF THK ('OIT.TV,1IUfj..l. COI'NTY.' PLOIIIOAI IM (,'''''110.' known. April 24th 1944 In the above named Knight A: (nl"FlrIAL I

I hereby announce my candidacy you for pat favors HlttllFOHK COt >'I")'. ceny.Ifarry: 'I You are required to appear on ; Court and cause, wherein plaIn. AUy. for I'll. Stark. t
for re-election to the office of and trusting a continuance of the Fl.OitlIt. C Herman) Sad owskl April 10th., 1944 In the above a'lll I
Sheriff of Bradford County In name, I amYours IN ItK: KHlate: of Thomas Robert Harry C. (Herman) Radownkl named Court: and cause, wherein. I' rsrrnrflSSSSSSr rrsSr S
which I am now serving my second most slncerelv. (C'rawford Minor. Cane No. :2970. plaintiff .seeks divorce. Bradford
term. Since my election as your E. W. HAYES. NOTICH OF APPLICATION: FOR ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND County Telegraph .shall publish. thin FOR
LavV.4ve .. uh.rlff I have at all time conducted LEAVE TO HELL LAND NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Issues. YOURSUPERINTENDS
the duties.. of thla moat Important --'- Notice Is hereby. given t o all STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna Witness my hand and official E-L-E-C-T

office In a fair honest. FOR *VPKIIVe.OH whom It may concern that Peach Hadowekk whose residence In. 434 seal at I ? honorable rind Impartial manner. OK RKUISTHATIOV' Crawford, u* Guardian. of the estate Burkner St., Dunkirk, New York. 8th. 1944.OFFICIAL. \
*n seeking re-election I am doing I hereby announce my candidacy of Thomas Robert Crawford. !Minor You are required to appear on J. A. FILLYAW
o on my record an your Sheriffor for the office of Supervisor of will. on the m day". of May. 1944 April 10th., 1944. In the above ( SEAL) A..T. ThomasAs OF PUBLIC
the past eight! yearn. during Jt"IiI'IIIlration l for a. full term having apply to the Honorable .,. K. named Court and cause, wherein. Clerk of said Court.
rhlch I have. at all times served just recently been appointed IVrryman, County Judge In and for plaintiff aeek'divorce.. Bradford William D. Morgan Jacksonville,
n a manner. that I feel free. to by 'the. Governor to fill the unaxRlred mild County at his office In the County Telegraph .shall publish this. Fla. Atty, for Plf. 3.10 41 8-31 INSTRUCTION; :

.mllclt your vote and In term of lion. James I'. IIol- Courthouse In S t a rk... In sal-l Order. In next lour weekly IKHUCH. -
I :he primary, election of Mar". a. resigned. County. at 10:00: o'clock A. M., or Witness. my". hand and official IN: (.111'...IT roriiT. lilt.ADF'OfltJ VOTE
1144. I have nerved. as Bherlff. In 'The vote and active. support of a* eoon thereafter. as the matter seal at Htarke Florida, this March ('OI'NTY. FLOIUn11: CHANCKIIY. : !. FOR
,,, : timeS In can .he heard for one of the most trying; all voters In the Democratic Primaries authority to nell, : .
'w. fr the history. of Bradford. County and In May, are earnestly soli at public or private sale, the following SEAL) A. J. Thomas Donald L. Butcher Plaintiff VM.
Invite you at any time to Investigate cited.If described. real estate In said A* Clerk of Raid. Court.T. Melba Ruth DUIcher. Defendant. 1tYj
n my record. I have worked elected I will faithfully perform County tn-wlt: Frank Lnndrum Starke, Florldt Case No. 8012.OIIDEII .
-4 '(r. .' ), at all times. to make Bradford each. and every duty connected West half (W'4), ) of Lot Fifty. Atty. for rif. 3-10 4t 3-91 OF PUBLICATION
County a reiipectable place. to live. with the office In an efficient two (52) of Seetion29: Township AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
';, .1' I earnestly solicit your vote and manner. R\ South' Range 32: Kant; iv rmri'iT 'DIRT. nit \nvoitnCOI STATE OF FLORIDA to: Melba
support on MayCOUNTY !2.A. Hepectfullv Lot Three (3) of Section 32. ''XT V, FLOIIIUtl l\ CIIANCKIIV. Ruth Butcher whose. residence. I In:
): : O. ANPnEU J. R. Kr LLY. Township 11'I0ulh\ Range :22 338 Went Hurck St. i ,
I Kant) containing In all IBacrttH Lester A. Ray Plaintiff vs. Katherine Rt. 11. .
more or less, and being Liicllla. Itay"., Defendant. Cane.No. You are required. to appear on
cnMtiiN! ioKnUIHTKIfT
FOil roil coy't'rr tolluIesloltltJ.HstrIel -
$ a part of Wnodll.wn. according 2074.
April 24th 1044 In the above named
TWO OneI to plat thereof. recorded. In the ORDER OF PltBLICATFOVAND : .
) of Court and cause wherein plaintiff
At the request of many my" : hereby announce my candidacy public records of Bradford NOTK'R( TO Al'PKAIt'
friends, I hereby. ". announce my candidacy for reelection to the office of FLORIDA Kath- seeks divorce. BradfordCounty
County Florida. to:
I.,r'1t. , for County Commissioner County CommleHloner District One Which application. will be based.' ; : TCay whose residencela Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish:lassie this .
from District Number Two ( and Bradford County, Florida. I rreatiy. upon the petition for sale. now on Rt. 2 Box: 242A.. El Paso Texas. Witness hand and official ..
Hlarhe) and If Nominated appreciate th. confidence the Vot.era You my
file In said Court. are required to appear on
: ., Klected. I will continue to nerve have shown In me In the past Dated March 30th. 1444 April loth.. 1944. Inthe above seal at Starke, Florida, 'this March *O.
I to the best of my ability as I have and assure them that If reelectedI Peach Crawford Guardian. named Court and cause, whereN :llct. It44.OFFICIAL.
: In the I>a..t. I wlnh to bank mv I will continue to conduct the affair 3-31 4t 4-21 plaintiff seeks< divorce. nradfnnl ( SEAL) A..T. Thomas
As Clerk of said Court.T. .
friend for their punt ,support and *.of this office In an hnnent.efficient . Count. Telegraph shall thin
favor Frank La nil Htarke! Florida
hope that you will again me and Impartial manner. ruin.
Order In
with your vote In the May. PrlmnrleM. ARMurlal you of my thank. for iv rinrriT: ('flIRT nutnFoitit Witness next four hand weekly and official issues Atty. for Plf. 3-24 4t 4....

I 4 your vote and support on May 2nd rot' \TV, F..OIIIU.1 I'1 ('SIAN- enl nt Htarke my, Florida, this March
Attain thanking yon I am, Respect fully, 'f'VUV.Marlfaret. 8th.. 1944.OFFICIAL. iv: niicrtr ('OlIiT BH\i-'oiii U
: Yours respectfully P. D. REDDISH. r... Stuart Plaintiff vs. ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas ColrI'T.> FI.OIIIDll IN tll\\-:
U L., CONNEFOil Fred 1.. / Defendant.. Case
.' J r ptuart: \ An ('1..1'1of said Court. t KKY.:
I FOIt (" ..:IIK CIRCIIT TO I'II T No. 2 2.OHDER. : T. Frank Lntidrum Starke, Florida" Gerard John (liola. Plaintiff$ vs.

: 'OMI.1'45IOIht: I am a candidate, for reelectionto OK Pt'HLICATIONAND Atty for Pff, 3-10 4t 3-31* Elizabeth Nlcolal (ibm ., Defendant.Case .
S No. :.1005.ORDER .
I TIIII10MI the _ofIce| pr Clerk of Circuit
wish to candidacy ( the will of the OF FLORIDA to: Fred I. i.e 'flt"tr.T (.r i'nT.' nn ) OF PUBLICATION /
'.i.r announce my Court i ponn
Stuart whose renldena \Is 172T: 41st
'" as member of the Board of people In the next. Democratic PilmarleM. C.ol'\TY. Fi.oiiinjki I'I ('ill\- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
County ( Commissioners. District 8. S. E.. Washington D. C. CKIIV." STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.
South Stnrke. suNeut to the will' I am Indebted to the people. nf You are required to appear on Norman A. F.III 011. Plaintiff v" Elisabeth' Nlcolal llola No. 3405.l.trd For
1 of the Democratic voters In the this Countv for their friendship, April 17. Ift44 In the above namedCourt Flora Ellen Elliott. Defendant. C'an* : : Street, Astoria I... I., New
primary .election May 2. I have support and encouragement., and If and cause, wherein plaintiff No. 2'66. York.
j 'J."; been a. resident of Bivdford County re-elected. I will render faithful seeks. divorce. Pvadford County ORDER OF PITBLICATION You are required to appear on Constable.District
since 190i'" and this Is the first service. In the office and take every Telegraph shall publlnh this OrderIn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR May 1st. III... In the above named .
I time I have ever asked for a I public occasion. for expressing. ; my appreciation next four weekly Issues.Wltnenn STATE OF FLORIDA f>: Flora Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Arthur R. Mc
'-. ;J. office. If elected I promlsn to of your confidence.A. mv hand and ntll..lnlllfOal Ellen Elliott,' whose address Is: seeks divorce.I Bradford One
r'. transact the affairs of my district J. THOMAS: at Starke, Florida, this 45th Delmar. Delaware.You ('ounty Telegraph shall publish this
T and, the county at I..r&In. a fair are' required. to appear on Order In next four weekly Issues. Twenty Years ExpriiJ! ,
and Impartial manner to the beet April 10th., 1944. In the above Witness my hand and official In School Work
of my ability. I will greatly ap FOil *1I JlII'.n OF Kl HOOI. named Court and cause., wherein. seal at Starke' Florida this 20th of
predate your vote and mipport. Ht)4 It i It ELECTGEORGE nlalntlff seek divorce. Bradford March 1944.IOfo'f'ICIAr. .

: '..... . -W. J. uoonaE. I hereby announce my .candidacy. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder ( SHALl A. .T, Thomas YOUR. VOTE & SUPPORT
for !Hi'hool Hoard of .
member Dlntrlct
.2 In next four weekly. InKues.Witness A.. Clerk of said Court.
I.'" 2, comprl I In g the HouthKlilrke . Walter C. .
Hardesty Daytona Beach
hand and officialseal HONESTQUALIFIED'
FOR corvrr c-oMtu' i! io!>KnUUIrlit and ThereHxa. voting pre.rln.ct. my WILL BE APPRECIATEDPaid
at Starke, Florida thl.Jar..h! Fla. Atty. for Plf. 3-24 4t 4-14
ThreeI ..
subject to the will of the Sth. 1144.OFP'fCTAtj.
wish to announce my candidacy Democratic Voters In the Primaries
4' for re-elertlon. aa a member. In May. ( SEAL) A.:1.: ThomasAs I.e ('IIU'I'.T ('Of'IIT nn\i>Foiin

.S of the Board of County Commle- I earnestly solicit your vote and a-a"t';; Clerk of said Court. tOt''i': ". ri.OIIIIIAl, IN tllA'VCKHY. -
Inner from District Three. (!South mippnit and If elected I will discharge William D MnrKan. Jacksonville, ( Political Adv.) RELL
) Htarke), aubjert. to the will of the the duties of the officeto Fla. Atty. fort Pit. 3.10 4t 3-31 Ponld O. Thompson Plaintiff vs.

Voters. In the May I primary I the beat 01 my ability.C. .. .
,t I will appreciate your vote and imp- SULLIVAN.
1 I port and If re-elected will continueto
f \ dlncharffe the duties of the office CLASSIFIED Abs
to the bent. of my ability, as I KOII 1'1' I' 'I'JCNUI''I'"
t have don. In the pa.t. OF PIHI.IU 1"1'111'1.1'10' PICK UP A PEPSI
-.1. L. WYNN.I I am a candidate for County
I Superintendent of Public Inxtruo- WANTED WANTED: -Housa maid to do light
lion subject, to the will of the housework and care for two
FOlt COI'NTY Ulslrlet VflMiI'S5IOEltI Threet PeoPle at the next Democratic trlmurltti > Listings on apartment, houses 01' children ages. S and B. y"ara.

I wish to announce mv candidacy *. :My experience and InterestIn homes for rent located within 20 Hood pay. On Road 2S, lit. 1,
school affairs. I III submitted for Rox 77. C. W. Batten.
t \ J-24: ftp
Board of
: an a member of the miles of Starke
consideration. If elected I
('nunt O 0 m m Isslnnerv District your
Three) South Stark., subject, to will give my whole time, effort 119 East. Call Street WANTED TO BUY-One story
and thought to better chnol and three bedroom IIOUH In Starke.
th. will of the Democratic voters
,t an economical nilmlnlntrutlon.. In All or part cash Rt. 2 Box (ISO
: ... In the Primary Election !May 2. event. I will retain real. W. T. CLUTE, RealtorIF HtarUe.'
any my jtp
,I, j If elected to this office I shall
. interest In and give my cooperation -
... discharge mv duty to the. best of I '
my knowledge.. Your vote ami i iI to our school program. YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL ORDERS TAKEN for .home made. ,
S. K.: 8PARK9. attractively decorated EASTER!
will 1 be -
I support highly appreciate
i milk stock EOOS.
beef cat Phone
; al..d.! cows cows 136: and Inquire for

-R. U LEE. FOil COl-NTY; Jt..)(11-1 tie, stock bulls or hogs get 1 In Mm. Baker. Up

To the citizens and voters of touch with J. D. Odom Jr. FOR SALE Brand new
'v FOR cou'rv (-ouIuior.n! : : Bradford County: kitchensink
t' T' l>ls(rlrt Ne. 4 I hereby announce'"* my'" candidacy Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Uoi.d and condition.end gate Can he for truck ..

: !4" be I a hereby candidate announce for re-election that I will as subject for the to office the action of County of the". voter Judge City; Telephone 481 Lake City Sweet. Shop opposite. Park seen Theatre. at.

/: County Commissioner. from District In I the :May primary. Auction market every Tuesday, Up

k !Ir.!r Four comprising the voting pre : I am a Hrad foul, County man Lake City 2:3: Thurs FOR ALE
' ". I clncta of Hampton, Theressa. and and have .served. you In many WB>H. B. ; every Truck. -37 VS Ford pick-up ENERGY PLUS FLAVOR
\ Orahom.. If re-elected.. I will continue both In business. and a* a public day. PaUtka,'.2PM. 1-6-4 Complete. except fur
f to transact the duties. of this ...""ant. I have the experienceand motor which Is In need of repair
office In a (air and Impartial man. I ability to serve. you In this FLYNNYour Fair tires.. Bargain., S. 1I11; >1..y. . -
nero as I have tried to do In the Important office. and promise you MATTRESSE3! KENOVATED Theressa 'Fla. Up - -

past. Your vote and support will a fair, efficient and courteous ad. furniture upholstered. FOR AIne..taurant ".ftptt-Cota;mpc lI... Long filand Cl ,. 'iv. )".
Drop us
t. ( ,,," be greatly appreciatedy.'r. . ministration. I have no ax: to business. doing good
'":" 1: ::: C. CHASTA1N. grind or stone to I throw and can a card. Hastings Mattress Co., Starke, FU.Write to Box" .4-Il-n Franchisee Bottler: ..PEPSICOLiBOTTLING' CO. of Ja"

: .. .. and will serve you In the way you SUPERINTENDENT Palatka, Fla. 2-18 lOtp 4-21 Itp .

j f"I}. COUNTYIHstrlrt: "O'IIIO'ERn ' : have a right to expect.W. OF PUBLIC CJIRLS WANTED 50o an hour.
4 l' : Ne. n 1\[. EDWARDS.FOR Evening work Saturday. and
I heteby announce my candidacy I INSTRUCTION SPENCER SUPPORTS Brassl !Sundays.!! One day off
NCHOoiT per week.
for County Commissioner, of Dis notnn ere-Call on Mrs. Bertha ieenlnfr! accommodation If dssired. -
: trict No. 5 comprising the Prooker I hereby announce my candidacy Also part time workers A VETERAN KNOW
and New River Precincts subject for Hrhool' I Hoard member for Dltrlct *. Pearce tor; appointment. 30! Wanted." Apply "The Milk Bottle".

'I to the will of the Democratic Voters Two (Houth Htnrke) and Ifel..h'd CapableEfficient W. MadUcwj: St. 2-25 4tp Itp
In the Primaries. In May I will serve the County asa
I" The vote and active support of whole to the beet of my ability.". JII..fJil'tI"V! : WANTKM

'' t the voters In the district are earnestly I will greatly appreciate. 2.IleHpectfully your voteand Trustworthy I WANTED(route man-). -Salesman Apply Denmark collector WANTED: MEN! OR WOMUiT: ( who WHAT WAR MEA
solicited support on May .
and I promise If Want healthy outdoor .
work. Hun
4: I .%! elected to discharge the duties of Furniture Co.. Starke. 3-17 SIp dreds of Rawlelgh Dealers' health "

'J the office In a fair and Impartial J. E. BROWN FOR SALE- E-aby! chicks. Leon I Improved: and they made more \ .,, This war vtttran, frm4f'

'i manner -M. O. HARRRLL. Fort SCHOOL SUPKRINTENDRNT: : LHcandU. Rt, S, Box 254 Starke I'took moneyethan ever before when they ;t n... man, knew a* you
.1 a home service route
k I hereby announce' my candidacy 3-31 *tp : *: that w
supplying over :200 p ae brings Job
widely advertised
fl poll CO\"T\'ii!:!;:. UI".... 1 for I th" office of Superintendent. of E-L-E-C-T ,
I hereby announce my' candidacy Publlu, InMriictlon, subjact, to the TO WHOM IT: MAT CONCERN: > booming easily sold No necessities. Hales, : H. hat PROVEN h.. can

for the office of Constable. of DIs.trlct will of the Democratic voters. inthe not hold me' responsible for an)'. Write, now. experience needed :' that problem.
No. 1 comprising the. voting May Prlnmrle I feel that my thing that John Wesley Williams Kawlelgh's. Dept. 'FAC-
Precincts of Lawtey North Starke many years of experience In schoolwork W. M. (MITCH) does or taken. .-Dewey Williams. 223173. Memphis, Tenn. .

.. and South Stacks' subject to the rpmlirv me to administer. the 3-17 ftp BABY CHICKS ".75
$. Yi will of the Democratic Voters In linden of this office In a fair and up C. o. per ELECT ERNEST It
D.Vrlte ,
he efficient FOR. HALE 4- Murglohe tomato Kingston
Primaries In May.. manner I shall greatly '
The. .. plants, gutranteed wltt-reslstant Hatcheries Kingston, Oa. Itp :
vote and active support of appreciate\ your vote and activesupport. EDWARDSYour
all Democrats. In said District are Jordan' Hotel Court. Road 44 LOST-Red and white Bopton GRAHAMGOVER !
earnestly! _ solicited and I nromlse. ARTHUR R. McRAR.FOIt 3-14 It tall bull dog. to((er w-
answers name
l7. If elected to discharge the dill I..). of Butch. Reward
of the office In a fearle. and impartial ('Or\TY "'O'll'll''IO' '' T. HitCh Starke. Return to N.
manner. IM.Irli't. Dee :r WE lip :

-J. I.. PIOCOX.' I Wish to announce that I am a LOST-Pair of glasses. r NO
candldnte' for .
County Commlxulon-r
FOR ('0""..."111..1 I>>I"T. 1 from HIMHct. On.. I am a life 'HAVEOPENINGS GIft return to Hollywood Camera & .
I hereby announce myself a* a long lexldent. of Bradford County County Judge Shop. ftp 4 Paid Political Adv.)
I! Candidate for Constable and fool that I
niftrk-t 1 am well qualified FOR SALE: OR
..... ( Starke awtey. ami tlellbronn) to nerve on this. Important Board.. .' house a tires. JOO TRADE-Trailer
W'r uhject to the I will or trade for
[ will of the Democratic greatly appreciate your vote
'.r. voter. In the primary elec- onI..Y': :2 .unit, your active support _* t fr4_fff r r jt r r f_f r j .. FOR TWO Shop.oar.: See Drew. at City Barber '
lon May. 2, 1444. I am experienced. during the campaign. up

k In police, work. having been. employed -C. F. CARTER. A CAPABLEWHITE FOR SALE-19.1i Plymouth coupe : From where I sit.. fy Joe M
p1 : capacity both inS COL'VTV In good
shap. CJocd
S !ntarke( and at Camp Blandlng and FOil strIhtl'rElp'4T OF tires. Apply
If elected. I will dlncharire the du. PI'BI.H) I V''THl CTION MEN John R. Reid % Mrs. Kffie:
ties of this. office In a fair and I hereby announce mv candi :MAtfVIIO HAS Miner, Lawtey" Fla. UpLANDS

.,j; Impartial manner. Tour vote and dacy for Superintendent of Public! IN LEVY:
.I I mipport will be greatly appreciat instruction of Bradford County. SERVED Y O IT I N by county. For sale The Secret Weapon
owner 294 ,
4 ..". -J. A. P1L.LYAW. Having had many yearn. experience land acres cut over -- \
In business Must Be with oil lease ((10 year) at -
management I feel
1 ron 'OI''TY: T\X cOLLECToR that. I cnn fulfill the duties. of this. :MANY' WAYS AND 13 50 per ncre. cash. Apply Circuit in Dan Mason's AtticDan

t, I hereby announce mv candidacy office In A manner that will bemitlxfartory Draft Court Clerks Office, Starke.
I, to succeed. myself. an Tax. Collec..t In every. way. If KNOWS TilE PROBLEMS I Exempt Fla. '.17 4tp
t tor of Bradford County subject. to elected. I shall. cooperate. with the jP
.t the Democratic primary to he held trustees. and the school hoard In HAVE CHICKS. New Hampshire tfc<
.. May 2nd. 1044 I have tried to all thing" that will provide a better : OF OCR PEOPLE APPLY Reds and Leghorns, every Mason was always what we Dan Beta a record for

I il! render you faithful. honest and ef. education and facllltle for our ,dred.;Tues.: and d'f at m"f per hun call a "string saver" When he and the paper be roD
) "..I.nt service a* your Tax: (Collec\ children and will work at all time Any age day towks. S
-t tor. I earnestly solicit your vote. for the> general welfare of our STARKE COCA-COLA U. S. approved. and tented. I unwraps a package he rolls up And the glassmak ow*
'.. .. and support'. and If elected. I shall County. for pol 10mm. VVASDIV" HATCH the string-folds the """
paper-and medal for the empty
continue tn render you the same I earnestly solicit the support BOTTLING CO. ERY, 2 ml. north of \Valdo.31 .
.! service a* I have In the pn..t. of all elttxon who want our chil :rttp puts them both In his attic for tlU'D81a.

}. CARL, A. KNIGHT dren It have the benefit of the .I safe-keeping.
bent education that the resource. "THB FOR SALE :20 Delco 'hatterlen. From where I sit Von
Ii FOR COUMTV ..r1'Oel.1Ii of our school board will permit., wottl.D MOVES. Eo doe ready to uee. || each. : machinist "Never "
: To my many friend and *.up.f llenpectfully. CAPABLEAND location of you don't like the toot and chest.-Mrs. I. M. Clark; can tell when thlnp1l1J: us alL What'sgot

:/ porters of Bradford County I wish OKU. B. FLYNN. move It. Distance your house, let us Brookslde Farm. IVi ml. out east come In handy," gays Dan. us doing it tOO- ,
S i to expreaa my thunka for your pat doesn't make Starke on Bessent. road. If
;e. 1 support and announce my candidacy : FOR cOVvly eOMMleeiOttEhl' .. : FAIR any house difference. We have special And you should see his attic! fici rap, returning empty
r ''i for re-election .a County iietrie. !II... I moving equipment for loadIn FOR SALE-LAKESHORE. HOMW:
4 j I judge for another term. It I la my I hereby announce my candidacy and hauling. A. A. Annie'. and COMM UNITY STORE on Stacks of paper balls of string not because somebody

t hop and desire to continue to for the office of County Commln- liE WILL Oeneral, Contractor. P. O. Pox tot LAKE SWAN. All furnished. empty bottles (Dan being a moderate 'do It, but because (It? *
GIVE Gainesville. Fla
nerve the Rood people of the Countv sloner from DistrIct No. 1. Lawtey YOU Phone 1S2U. equipped and.ready to move Into;
In the lame efficient. cotirteou nuhlnct to the will of the Democratic AN EFFICIENT AND 3-34 2tp running water (hot and cold), man and sUcking just to cratlc: way of worldnl
'i: and economical manner a.. I have voter In the. : electricrefrigerator
May primaries. ; building, beer) old win the
I., In the pat aol ak for your continued I feel. that my,, manv. year of ..,.. COURTEOUS ADMINI. FOR SALE_True Georgia' collard about four year old and In good horscshoes-and goodto war.
I 4 : support and vote In a..h" perlenue fully qualify me for this plants, seed sown on Feb. 14, 13 shape, ; front 130 feet on hard ness knows what-alL 11.1
a coming primary election In Important office. If elected. I will STRATIONPaid per thou.and.--8. C. Knight 1 road and lake; 800 feet
j.t Qualification. character and ex.nerlenoe :. administer, the duties In a capableand ml. north of Lawtey., 3-J4 Stp Ideal. for couple winning. a deep good We used to kid him. lot. Bat 80e "III
? p4,. of candidate should d.- efficient matiner. quiet home and
to do then
::5t termlne for whom you cast your Your vote. and active support ( Politic Adv.) FOR SALE 3-room house with for livelihood Plenty enough room for come the scrap drlTe and

jr t vte In any election.Hlnce will be highly appreciated. . lights one acre of ground near garden and chicken runs. Price

I have been. :your County -0. ... (UUIFF) PHILLIPS. Starke.Hellbronn "Springs.' -Earl Cook 1 13.50000. J. A. Bay ..... Metros.
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