Bradford County telegraph

Material Information

Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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>.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
33886096 ( OCLC )
000579551 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
003298621 ( ELECTRONIC_ALEPH )
60662535 ( ELECTRONIC_OCLC )
sn 95047406 ( LCCN )
sn 95047406 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Starke telegraph

Full Text
Htila 1

., i


14a Think Alt(y7eop j -Kicks Are Unpopular? :

riTe Wrong, Says Sfft. Anderson. . Hertfe One BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPH

ose JUen' 'Went To Bat, for Him And 'Won I .

Official Corinth Publication Established In I1Jl1
Molucca Island, 4J2wd tended ROTC while a student at -
'Auburn. He had 'different Ideas
and Beamed Buckver and without notice reduced the VOLUME SIXTY-SEVEN '. 8TAlr..JUa.' YLURIDA 'IUUAY, IAJWlI 18, IlK" NUMBER TWKNTY-oN ;:

(Mobile) was first ser-' grizzled old top kick to a buck I

"t the of our road signal for three company' year' a-; phone private construction In the rear gang.of the tele The Only $5,000Collected: IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PEOPLEOf County May Obtain Canning Plant i I' "

fc going t top W* when you CO' favorite corporal was made ,
Clay Bradford and Union CountiesOn
and a rip-
Ion toes first sergeant in Buck's '
your stead

F"n' dragon, when Prior you to wwen't.his'! top; suiy"A bitter man to humiliating*wallow done for Toward Thursday, March 29., starting at 9:00: A. M.,, Dr. Paul Building Provided Leaders Told ,
; a fitting
dog ,days Buck: reward for 14. years of Martin,' orthopedic surgeon for the Crippled Children's, Commission j
boas 'staff conllcf.ntlowt and MaJor Abrams, Director of the ClayBradfordHealth
;,, was service; A
sergeant In' the to an army crowning climax Red Cross GoalWith Department will conduct a clinic for all crippled children The possibility of obtaining a' much-needed: canning

i signal Company: outstanding demonstration career; an in the three Bounties mentioned above. AU parents of plant for Bradford County was explained this week by

.'i..I..d., telep hone' line democracy! Buck tubmltted of to crippled children are urged to bring their problems to the V. R. Ferguson, vocational agriculture instructor, at meet- t !
construction, a- the Inevitable.But the 1945 Red Cross War clinic on that day. Ings of several civic groups

.I' ,:" .', bout as tough a he didn't Fund Drive nearing the midway Mr. Ferguson stated that the Vocational
,. know his friends mark, N. Every child will be given a thorough examination for the Agriculture I
i job as you'll findIn (every' man in the Sternberg Bradford Department under the State I
tt. ,
: Department of Education
.. company) as! County chairman, reported purpose of seeing what can be done. to correct any defects. ,
for yester-
'! the army well as he thought he did. would furnish equipment valued at $1,500 if funds could 1
.'. has They: day that only $5.000 of the $14- This clinic sponsored by the Crippled Children's Commission,
,, ,> > line laying were aghast; figured their beloved 200 be raised locally to construct a building 30x70 costing be-
( set hours.Wires kick quota assigned here has been the f2ay.Bradford'Health Dept. and the American Legion. ,
no be top .WaJi getting the short> : collected to date. tween $2,500 'and $3,000. The state department would also J

laid ,and must oftenlconce end of that the stick the : and they observed Mr. Sternberg Is anxious for provide, a supervisor for the duration of the war. after
'' new first .
a I e d org sO'wen. ser"eant'wasn't'dolng every solicitor: In the county to which time operation the ,

overhead, over difficult hatched up a plan, well within They and make a report"" next Tuesday Letter Written By', Senator Johns Capt. Kidd Cited plant would I revert to the '

aln night and day in Vain andm regulation, and began to he urge the public to cooperate With Bronze Star community. ,
The vital communication erate. One by one they called op- by having a generous con- Mr. Ferguson stated that

must be maintained too, and upon the Division Inspector General tribution calls ready when the solicitor Creates Stir In Political Circles Capt. Richard I Q. Kldd now 17 such plants are now under

i difficulty of locating points a colonel in Division' Headquarters serving with an infantry regiment construction in the state and
re the enemy has ,severed whose duty it I Is to hear "High ranking war{ leaders In !In Germany, has been awardedthe have proven of great value in
\\a and repairing them Is both complaint. and, recommend redress every theatre of ,operations have W h.n ,Malcolm B, Johnson, are abusing the public and taking Bronce Star for heroic action. communities where they are J '
Us and dangerous ThisIs and poured out to him the called on the American people to Tallahassee Associated Press Correspondent advantage of their authority 1 I .December the Infantry com- already in operation. They

Just to show you that tory., Day after day the' parade support the Red Cross to the Utmost wrote Senator ,Char- feel that the State Highway pany commanded by Capt. Kldd are run on a non-profit basis, I
Ie came up the hard way.' into marched through the colonel' of ," Mr, Star nberg stated. ley E. John of, Starke asking Patrol, If properly operated, can was assigned to take a certain with the farmer paying nothing"

d bard work, responsibility fice., and when,It, finally terminated "They feel that the next '12 for the Senator' view on problems be made an asset to Florida, but town held by the. enemy, and the but the cost .t'the Cans. "Each .
leadership of rough men. He the worn man conducted his months will, be the most crucial to come before the LegIsla- the type ,of men they have and high ground around farmer, however, must preparehis
the respect and friendship of investigation and made his,report for all of us and that the workof tive session next month and the the way it Is operated now Is a It. As the foodstuffs fpr canning, although
entire company. although he and'fecommendaUoa to the com- the Red Cross must be'con- state of the State In general,'.he I disgrace. I am afraid that we company was the actual cooking and

been with the outfit'only 14Lt manding general. tinued at.. Jilgh>peak. not.only little, knew what .a fruitful field are not going to be,, able to get proceeding to Its sealing'Is-done by the staff:
i And that's ''why In 1942 The general ordered redrew; until 1 peace Is achieved I but he was tapping. I rid* of them at this session of the objective, it came The equipment which the state

lain George Combell, then CO, Buck'* bust was made null and throughout the post-war period." It seems that, the Starke Senator -: Legislature, but If they keep on under Intense direct department already has on, hand
olnted Buck to succeed a first void, which Is to say that of Each of us can make a direct had opinions some very abusing the public, at the 1947 artillery and ready to place here as soon as
;eant that went 'off to of- ficially his redaction was' non- contribution to the war effort by definite opinions ''-+ and his replyto session public sentiment will demand" rlt( r: tank fire. Ac- the building Is complete, Includes:

r candidate school. Weaver exlfttant and'no Ion of pay was giving money to the, Red Cross, Johnson made newspaper head- the Legislature to abolish cording to the 3 No III retorts, 2 No. II retorts -
the job in his stride, kept Involved. The green' first sergeant and Mr. Sternberg states that he lines from Tallahassee to Miami. the patrol. That will mean some citation: "De 2 power sealers, 1 meat
company among the best voluntarily requested reduction Is counting on the people of Bradford Here Is a,copy of the now famous more revenue for the old people spite the enemy grinder, 2 hand sealers 1 steam

Times I changed, stations back to corporal; he County to do their part. letter: and school. fire Capt. Kldd. boiler 1 chain hoist 1 track 2

united, maneuvers approached already had enough of the,Job According to reports, the chair- ? Feb. 28 1943: I am"100 percent against the with resourceful kettles 'Total: valuation of- this '
ill receded, the outfit came aa first 'sergeant, recognized man says that $3729.55 has been Dear Mr.' Johnson: Water Conservation Program that n e a a and cool equipment !is around,$1.50O. ,

rises and participated In how tough a re-ponslblllry It collected from the business sec- In answer to your. letter of Feb they are trying to scare the peo- courage, made Members of the School Board

campaigns. The slogan .. actually was. Buck and the tion of Starke. Those turning In 27: ple with. Their only purpose Is personal contact accompan I e d Mr., Ferguson to I
ie message must go through" young CO shook hands, agreedto partial reports from this sectionare First I want to see the schools to create another bureau for the with his men Jasper last week where they Inspected
Fred Guy Chairman Frank old I of Florida Governor to appoint lot of useless
i never compromised. CO'sKed agree. The men were and the people and by his en- one of the three plants
too; not once but evil happy; they figured justice had Wilson. W. N. Carnaslon.: E. K. taken care oft Give the,schools jobs.I couragement saved many casual- now In operation I n Hamilton
1 I times. triumphed Again and that de Perryman J P. Sullivan W. T. enough money to'' raise the sal- did not support the present tleu. County, The plant supervisors'
irrlved the day recently when mocracY''had once more proved Clute S,.L. Peek, Louis Shafkln. aries of teachers\ Our schools Governor but I did all I could to "At the same time Capt. Kldd there told them that many Brad-

imand passed to a 22-year-old Itself a workable theory? -even Miss Irene Lewis and Mrs. Clara are In a critical condition because cooperate with him for the bene- remained, within enemy observa- ford'' County' ,citizens are carry
l lieutenant who was com In the Army. Belle Garrett Mrs. Junius Smith of the shortage of teachers, but fit of the people of Florida and tion to direct our own. artilleryfire ing beeves ,and hogs to Hamilton
states that $420.65 has been reported cannot blame) them for tak- the welfare of this state. He
you In order to have them
loned the easy way; he, at- What do,. you thlnk'rIn ; on; enemy'positions and main- County
so far from the residential ing a better paying job., The soon let me know that he,did not tained contact with the battalion canned.
section of Starke.. Mrs. A. Z. Ad-i schools and old people have been need my'cooperatlon. I was very command to Mr. Ferguson ,state that the
post report on re
IC rries: Once',Mainstay' of ,County klns, chairman of 4 the northeast political footbaftV; 'this state much in hopes that we, were goIng suits During this action Capt. School Board, is thoroughly sold

/ i.r.i' ? v *i section, Mrs.Pinline: i Torbde, long. ,enough,, really f'want to have four more ,years, Kldd'a'the. : (Jb". / ppbstb!! .. ou9ot! tt.anc... .'''
t'- : cbalrman-otsouthea.t: section and the state. match the Fed- like we had under Governor Hol- 't
held/ )Spotlight :Asi. Revenue Source to see destruction"of one 'enemy4 tank. the entireca4"ofr"tlrp.glaM.; It. ,
: Mrs. Mlna Grady, chairman of the eral pension of $20 and give the land-a progressive and coopera- "Orders subsequently were Issued Is therefore necessary to- solicit

Once egaln the refrigerator the next week or so. southwest section have had J par- old people $40 a month with no tive state government, but It for a coordinated attack on support from other grpupe" ,, N
:ks are rolling down the open Approximately 1100 crates of tial reports from the following discrimination.' If they are eli looks, like we are going to have the objective, and under the fearless Mr, Ferguson spoke this' week k iti

't i, carrying luscious, Bradford fruit were shipped from Starke workers: Mrs Sybil Higginbotham gible for any pension at all, makeIt another four years like we had leadership :of Capt.: Kldd, his before the Chamber of Commerce, \
mty strawberries to northern and Lawtey Tuesday, and 600 Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. Myrtle $40 and not on a graduatingscale. under one of our former; Gover- company moved forward againstthe the City Council and the Rotary y S
kets.'ime Monday. The Anderson Mrs. Ci A. Knight, Mrs.L We can put an additionalone nors; four years of hate for the enemy small arms, mortars Club, where the project received
first refrigerator H. Jennings and Mrs. F H. cent tax on cigarettes and 200,000 people who did not vote and fire until CompanyK enthusla s tic 1 endorsement. He
when was, strawberries less than five, years trucks last week of(':the Most season fruit were has loaded been Long. Mrs. 'Ann Beattie has reported soft drinks and earmark these for him. I thank God that the captured artillery the town and high will appear before the Board of

reigned $198,75 to date collections two sources of 'revenue for the people of Florida have elected ground around it."Capt. County Commissioners at the next
"erne as the principal cash bringing the grower the ceiling from families of servicemen at schools and old age pensions. If representatives and senators who regular meeting. April 2.
> of Bradford of 29 cents per pint ($1044 Kldd obtained his objective -
i COunty Local per Camp Blending Those solicitingIn any other revenue Is needed, let have the backbone and fortitudeto It Is estimated that one-fourth
chants twiddled their thumbs 36-pint crate) although Wednes- this group besides Mrs. Beat- Governor Caldwell look after his stand up and fight for their after killing and capturingall of.all truck crops. produced !In the
keen aeaaons, but as soon as day the ceiling dropped to $8.28 tie Include Mrs. Sylvia Kaye general revenue fund. rights and when the Legislature the enemy In his zone of action county are a total loss because

I first few crates'of'truit were per crate.School. Mrs.: Irene Taylor, Mrs.. Mary I was for making the University la over I believe Mr. Caldwell will with few loaaoa. Subsequently there Is no market' for them at

Fed on the shipping wharf Mullally, Mrs. Robert Kindness, of F1 o rida a co-educa- at least 'show a little respect to he reorganized his unit and the time 'they come in. With a
mess began to take on new of MissionsAt Mm. R. L Dunn, Mrs. Miles H. tional IIchool'during this emerg- the Legislative branch 0 four held his counterattacks.objective against all modern canning plant In opera-

and storekeepers could look Church Stump, Jr., Mrs. Martha Mattox, ency when Tallahassee was 'so state government. enemy' tion here much of this produce I
ara to a few week' of. ex- Baptist Mrs. William R. Venner.. Mrs. crowded they could not accept Public sentiment and the Legislature "Capt. KIdd's gallant actions, would be saved and help relieve
ent trade. Call Street on. a Goslin Mrs Marion Gut- did with the twoJobman Initiative and utter disregard for situation(
Starting Sunday night the First Russell any more application of Florida away the tight food which is
urday night during berry sea- Baptist Church will conduct a tenta& Mrs. Dorothy Yates, Mrs. girLs or anyone else, but the old but now 'Mr. Caldwell I ingoing personal safety wee an Inspira- expected to grov* steadily worse
was considered "sumpln'! 'In School of Missions each evening J. Vogel.. Mr* Irene Green, Mrs. fogeys of the State Board ,of to cram it down the peo- tion to all, and reflect credit up- before the end of the war, :Mr. .
character kid the armed
days with classes for allages at 7:45: Jean Moser, Mrs. Merrill Gresham Control would not vary from ple's throats by appointing;Mr. on his Ferguson stated.It I
forces of the United States.
amp Blanding changed all and a guest Missionary speakerat Mrs. Shirley Friedman,and their policy of 50 years, regard- Thomas Johnson ,to two jobs. 1 I 1 Is proposed to construct the
it Instead of the thousand 8:15.: Mrs. Betty Boyer.Servicemen's less of the emergency; have enough confidence In the Capt. Kldd waf a member of canning plant on school property /
it t flowed Into wives assisting/ Legislature to believe that they the Florida National Guard for between the '
trade: channels I do agree with the representative present building and
each week during berry sea- On Sunday evening the speakerwill Mrs. Gen Duke in keeping the from Dade County that the will abolish,one of Mr. Johnson'i several years,before the outbreakof the athletic field. Since it will j\ J
hundreds of thousand pour- be Mrs. H. P. McCormick, War Fund Office open and tab- dog tracks and Hialeah should be jobs because one or the other of war, being a, lieutenant with be used In the school's vocational

out from Blandlng! in a steady for 20 year 'a missionary to ulating 'reports are Mrs. Jeanne taxed equally as much a* the them must not be very Importantfor Headquarter Co., 2nd Bn., 124th agriculture program It will benecessary
e m. with no let-up. Many Nigeria West Africa where her Moser Mrs. Ruth Huffman, Mrs. horse tracks and let the revenuebe him to be able' to hold down Infantry., Vie went into active to have the plant located
"i tr,' let their berry field lie work as a nurse Was carried on Carl Clerk Mrs. Shlrlee Sharp earmarked and not go throughthe both\ at the same tune. service when the National Guard close to' the school. j't
t while they accepted high among'the lepers. Monday, Miss Mrs. MerrUl Gresham Mrs., Ann general revenue fund.. I Trusting that this. Is the desired was activated late in 1940. His

s''* jobs at Blandlng. Other, Doris Knight recently returned Beattle, Mrs. Robert Kindness I am 100 percent In favor of Information and with kind- wife and two sons are residingat Enlarging Space /
from 20 yeara' a* missionary to their home In Starke.
remained eat I remain,
Becker.A. regards
on their farm, and Mrs. abolishing the State Highway
growing berries because they China In the North China Mission J. Thomas ha reported that Patrol a* it Is a disgrace to the Sincerely yours, For Meat Storage J
W not hire sufficient help. In- will tell of the work being Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. T. ;H. Os- State of Florida that the "smart- Charley E, Johna, Postcards DonatedTo At Ice Plant

d of being the high point of done in the East. borne and Mrs. R. F. Demorest aleck" patrolmen that we have State Senator, 15th Dist Service Men t

year, strawberry season now Tuesday and Wednesday the have turned in $179 collected WPB and city permits were received -
ed almost unnoticed. speaker will be Mr. A. J. Terry, from the teachers of the Starke Griffis HurtIn By Starke C. of C. this week by R. V. Cole- I
tead of the 1,100 which many years a missionary to Brazil school. Service Officer man and J. M. Edwards, Joint "
e once devoted to acres this South America and'now home for Mrs. W. R. Morse, chairmanof ', Auto Accident Twelve thousand colored postcards owners of the Starke Ice Company "
raMon County crop :\ visit ] outlying districts states that showing scenes of Starke, to continue with the erection A'
a low of only, acreage 100 acre dropto Thursday and Friday eveningthe reports are coming in from various Pvt. Willie H. Grlffl and L. have been placed In t h e USO' of an Ice and meat storage

'light Increase has been noted speaker will be Dr George parts of the county. First Here TodayHoward A. Crews, both of Lawtey, suffered Clubs where cost for they the are available of plant directly back of the present -
without use aervice -
'year, however returns show that nearly every late Tuesday afternoon plant. The building Is to be
of injuries
and it i ta reed I head
Green, for many years men. This Is the first stepIn
i work and it is
that community Is at 00x48 feet, constructed of con
around 200'ac"s are I in and Sec- De Vaughn, field secretary -' when the car they were an advertising sponsored -
wd In berries the hospital Nigeria to he hoped that they sobn will crete blocks, and will be divided
at the. present to the State Service Officer driving turned over on the old by the Chamber, of Commerce -
!. Dry '' retary of the Nigerian' Baptist be nearing their quotas. into two rooms, for separate Ice
production weather ,wlH" further L. H. HUl reports $89 collectedIn ,.who has met with Interested Brownlee road, about 1-2 mile off and which will eventually and meat storage. It will accommodate -
unless >rains come Mission? Lawtey. Miss Ida Haan.Theressa person in this section ,several the Ralford ''(oad.' They weretravelling culminate In the preparation of an 100,000 pounds of

$40: Mr, Mabel Gallo- time recently: will be on hand at a high rate of speed illustrated folder showing the meat at one time and arrangements
Miss Melba Crosby and :Mrs : again, today (Friday) between and hit a dry sand bank and the many advantages 'and attractionsof are being made to provide
NEXT WEEK IN STARKE: way Maude Brownlee $13: from Rising; 9 a. m. and 12 noon to answer car turned over several times i Starke and Bradford County. salt meat curing this) season. J

W. C. Clemons ,from HeUbronn Jl questions concerning servicemen Mr.' Crews' injuries were minor The post cards, which have already When the building Is completeda
March 19 and their famine and the who has been made a big bit with service S
Monday, $14.50; Joe NoegeU Adam Green bur Pvt. Grlffls, paved driveway' will be laid, :
f*>y Scout meetings: Troop,,,'70 Episcopal rectory, 7:30 road to Walker's Statlop,' $23; T. benefit ,to which they are entitled stationed at Camp Blinding, but man are printed with the coming up to the building. from
7:30 Mrs. to receive from the govern was having 'a furlough prior to following In small type at the to f I lltate
p. m. Troop 112 ,Methodist.recreation"room: C. Chastain, Van ,Douberly Cherry street a e en-
ment. reporting to Ft. Meade was carried top of the reverse, side: "These
P- m. 1 Ii Mary Dyal and Mrs. Emily Gay. trance. ,
3 Attendance at these past meet- to the Blandlng Hospital In cards dedicated to service men, i
District Meeting,'Methodist recreation'build- $126 of who their friends and loved ones. For i!1
says that no reports tags has consisted person a Jones ambulance: He had leg '
Mr. Sternberg 'March 20 Deadline ,
w ethiodist p. m. have been received as yet were sincerely interested in in- and chest Injuries. The car, belonging Further, Information con cernlng I

Circle :Meetings.;.3:30 p. m.. at the church. from Brooker, Graham Vanderbilt formation which Mr., DeVaughn to Crews, was completely Starke and Bradford County write" For Paving Liens ,\ 4
but could give ,them. They are held demolished. Starke Chamber of Commerce I
River or Sampson,
Tuesday March 20 New Smith of Sampson In the, main courtroom ,of the V R. Ferguson, vocational agriculture -I March 20 Is the deadline set ,
immunity Bible Hour Methodist Church, 3p., m. that Hogan contributionof courthouse. Audience Instructor at aHS., by the City Council for the pay
Aty Council, regular meeting City'lI.all., 8 p.'m. has made which a will be credited toSampson's Large spoke before the Chamber of : ment of paving liens and at the.

150 Recovers Cash Hears Glee ClubA Commerce at Its regular meeting last regular meeting of the group,
Wednesday, March 21'Otary quota.chairman of the Friday night, describing the advantages' City Clerk Carl Johns was In I i
Club luncheon, Methodist recreation room, 12:15. 0 A. Jenkins, of the Sheriff. A. O. Andreu made a large and appreciative audience ! of a c a n n lag plant 'strutted to mail final notice to i ,
Y Scout Troop li2 Committee meeting, Methodist- drive for the that negroes his workersare trip to Homestead last Thurs gathered la the USO Club, which could be obtained for this delinquents. I I .
Recreation building 1:15 m. county, states part of the day and Friday where he recovered Temple Ave. *: Washington St., community, The project was en- The 1944 tai book close April I t
p. In every
inl 1 Scouts, Episcopal 3 m. busy will have a reportIn $55 stolen from L. G. Sunday afternoon to hear the thusiastically endorsed by thegroup 1 and all property with 1944 and t '1
Rectory p. and
county Glee Club
of Florida '
Powell by Robert Lea Smith, University earlier real estate taxes still delinquent -
Thursday, March 22 by next week.expressed his appreciation colored. After the theft was reported present another. memorable per It was announced that a mem- will be advertised andsold 'ki j

crap paper collection'south of Call St. Have bundlesat Mr. Sternberg of the fine work that to the sheriff It was learn- formance. bership drive would begin in thenear'tutur. at tax sale. t
curb in morning. and other workers in ed that Smith had shipped some Following the program members with Junlus M. Smithas A special meeting of the Council -
+ed Cross at Legion Home solicitors doing and hopes personal belongings to Homestead of the WSO served a spaghetti chairman. wa called for last Friday 6 ? ,
tlrYt Rooms open the drive will are have a report from by express, so the agent there supper to the musicians, The- next regular meeting of night but as all members were notpresent ,
o 2p.mto5p.m.: that he by the was contacted by telephone and who then went on to Camp Blan- the group will be held Friday no business of any importance j

regular meeting. Masonic Hall 8 p. m. -. first every of section next week.In the County told to hold the negro when he ding for another appearance. March 23. I l.r wa*.tran acted.IU .

----. --- called for the shipment.

I ,

h' I

% ,+ .-', .?' -rh ,I" v. 't!. ". . In,} V, M" v 51h,1, ,wEaatXt' .;; J'

n.tOK. TWO 191&&
i ,
e . . . . . . Jacksonville relatives for several business visitors to Starke Sat seal at Starke, Florida, this March quired to appear in Maid. ca-.':'
5, 1945. or before the 2nd day. "'I!
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH days this week urday. <(
State FarmBy Mrs Lorraine S. Priest and Pvt. L. C. Kelly 6f Camp Blan- An. Frank Clark Landrum of said Court.T. Starke. Florida. taken said Bill ai confessed of Complaint will, *.f ,
Mrs. C. W. Olive, Jr., of Tallahassee ding Is spending a few days leave Att), for I"lf. a.1 .t IIV -10 Pro Confeano entered and acalnal"b'a "
Established; 1877E. Mrs. Bryan Whltftold were guests of their with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. IT IS F U R THER y or i
:. L. Matthews _______ Editor and Owner a . . . . . . Mr. and THAT thla. b. ORDFagpfor
brother-in-law and sister, C. S. Kelly. : TilE NAME! OF TUB STATIC each week publl..ct'. .
Mrs. J. P. Warren from Friday Mr and Mrs. Getzen Parker Of KI.ORIMA la weeks In the Bradford .on..UIl.. '
E Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matter With the element of surprise until Sunday. received a letter from they ton, resident of Bpartanbure, South egraph, a newspaper circulation publishe5'i I

at tbe Post Office at' Starke. Florida. affording much merriment to the Wm. E. Lee who Is with theA.T.C.f Gordon L. Parker last week, whois Carolina.It County, Florida. In IirsdtuNj'<. '
Division of the Army Air appearing affidavit tiledin This the let day of
of young guests, Mr. and Mrs. p S. In the south Pacific, saying he that certain cause now pending A. J. THOMAS. March
;# i Should Give Thought A THE NEXT SESSION Orews gave a party at their home Corps In Sacramento Calif., is surely enjoyed reading the Telegraph In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judi- Curt Bradford County Clerk, Florid cirJiJoe I'
cial Circuit of Bradford ,
Florida Legislature Florida.
the with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. would (SEAL)
when he it. He
j;, ''y To Approach of will convene early in birthday Saturday of night their to son celebrate Spencer.the A Frank Lee for two weeks. like .to hear from got all his friends. F. ;: rEn ; : mfr LOTTIESH. OUT Ida. C.Attorney:Jenkins! for, QalnesVllle Plaintiff1! vi'".

1 Legislative Session April. Charley E. Johns beautiful cake holding 14 candles, Eugene Palmore Lee also spent His address is Gordon L. Parker, relief. HINES prayed U for Defendant Its a and divorce the 2.9 tt 1..0

tr" of Starke will represent was the center of interest In the Monday night with his parentsen F 1-c. M. Division, USS St. and It appearing that the Defen -

Bradford and Union Counties in the Senate and N. D. decorations with rose-buds and route from St. Petersburg to George A 1161, coo| FPO San South dant' Carolina residence and'I I. Spartanburgr that she !., ftT FIRST "

Wainwright Jr., also of Starke will represent this easter lilies accentuating the report for service with the' U. S. Francisco, California. over the age of twenty-one years SIGN

1 county in the House of Representatives. party-like atmosphere. After several Navy. Mr'', and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and and resident that the of Bald Florida Defendant and le that nota OFAO U1usE666

,t Both of these men are asking the people of theirk hours of fun, the hosts S . . . . . Miss Ira Mae Lewis were shopping there !. no person or' persons In i

; districts to give them the benefit '''of any suggestionsthey assisted by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. S in Gainesville Saturday' aft- of th*process State of upon Florida whom the would service personally -

might have with reference to legislation that Williams served Ice cream and BrookerBy ernoon. bind Bald Defendant.IT .
.spokesmen cake and candles to the following S 1-c J. W. Kelly was on leave IS THEREFORE! ORDERED ..
would benefit our county. They are our Co7
that aald Defendant Is hereby reparation aedir.crFRES :
guests: Misses Pauline Brannen last week with his family. He re-
in the legislature and invite the ideas and opinions of Melvene Davis, Mary Lou Yar- the questions that affect our affairs. Feel . . . . . . I -
people on borough, Doris Moncrief. Grace England and France. He left
free to write or consult with them about anything that Crews and Betty Williams; and Thursday to report to New York. i

4 pertains to the welfare of our county. Charles and Dewey Thornton Mr. and Mrs Getson Parker Seaman Harold Sapp of Jacksonville ;

Jimmie Brown Godwin, Delbert announce the marriage of their spent the week-end with

bridging The Gap AS THE MONTHS ROLL Crews and R. B. Harvey. daughter, Gola Mae to.J. B. his mother, Mrs. Nora Sapp.

BY, itis obvious from BKIIKJB KellY Tuesday March 6th. The Mrs. Henry Pate and daughterof

between Men Overseas records of the American Mrs. J CLUB M. Hembree MKETINO ceremony was perf o r m e d by Bushhell, were visiting her par-
had bowls
"1 And Folks At Home Red Cross that home conditions of sweet peas of assorted colorsIn County Judge J. R. Townsend of last ents,week.Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Stokes u.

'; and the health and her attractive living room when Lake Butler.

welfare of their families are still of paramount im- she entertained the State Farm Mrs. Kelly was a student In Stark. Florida.Mar..h .

portance to the men and women on overseas duty. Bridge Club Wednesday afternoonof Brooker Jr. High School before 5. 19411 C
her and Mr. Kelly recently -
,tn' Men can fight the enemy physical discomforts, last week. Winners of SavIngs medical discharge I hereby give notice that I will AND, VEGETABLES'WE
received -
., fatigue and illness, but they can't fight off the haunt- Stamp 'prizes at this meet from'' the army. not be responsible which may for any be contracted indebtedness -

ing fears that assail them when things are not going ing were as follows: High, Mrs. or Incurred by my wife, SHIP ANYWHERE IN U. S.
Martin Griner; Second High. Mrs.C. Officer Forest Cros- Mrs. William T. Clute, also known
right at home. Petty an Barbara C. Glut and Barbara
M Turney; and "Bingo" Mra. ,. by of Norfolk, Va., has been 11. Clute, whether the cam be for
_ Miles away, unable to get home to evaluate situa- H. M Richarde. At the end of visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.C. altered! necessities or otherwise. DICANDIO'S
tions for themselves, GI Joe and Officer Tom or Harryare the playing Mrs. Hembree serveda A. Crosby. 8-9 :2t 3-16 W.. T. CLUTE.

equally terrified when day after day goes by and salad course.The i
Mr. and Mrs.' F. E. Russ and I:* CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
there is no word concerning the birth of an expected W.M.U. of the Raiford son Edwin, J. L. Russ and Mrs. (COUNTY,.1>)8!T. FLORIDA IN CHAN- Curb MarketCONWAY'S

r son or daughter. Bridging this gap between home Baptist Church met with Mrs. J. Lola Odom of Orlando were visit Philip Mario Flmlanl, Plaintiff, vi.Terena .

k, and the fighting line is your organization-the Ameri- El. Chambers Monday afternoon. ing Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ Cane No.Dlaalvo 3825ORDER Flmlanl. Defendant. ,.

*, ,, 'can Red Cross-ready to lend a helping hand whereverit Misses Kathleen Douglas, Dorothy Sunday. OF PUBLICATIONAND
Rivera Lila Rae Caldwell NOTICE TO APPEAR
is needed. ,
Melba Mr. and Mrs. Leander Parrish STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Mr*.
The American Red Cross field director with troopsin Stringfellow and Jackie of Trenton and Byron Conley of Teresa DISalve Flmlanl whose residence .
Armstrong and .
Leonard Anderson and pout office address !
the field work through local Red Cross chapter Home i and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Bell were Sunday dinner guestsof 1341 Creston Avenue. Bronx New
families the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk. York.
Service workers visiting throughout
attended the University of F1orIda required '
United States on behalf of servicemen overseas. And Glee Club Concert at the Sgt. and Mrs: Ovid Lewis of April You 2,are 1945 In the to above appear named on

I every day, overseas. Red Cross field directors are able Starke U.S.O. Sunday afternoon. Jackson, Miss., are visiting Sgt. Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks

to set the minds of anxious or worried boys at rest Capt. and Mrs. Martin Griner, Lewis' mother, Mrs. R. Lewis. Telegraph divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn

r 1' x'' through reports and messages sent them by .these. Jr., and Capt. and Mrs. John W. Mr. and Mra. Edgar Dukes and Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.and. official Service StationPHONE

I) Home Service workers Conner of Camp Lee, Va., are family of High Springs were seal at Starke Florida, this Feb-
Mr. and Mrs. William ruary 28, 1945.OFFICIAL .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. MartinGrlnel' visiting
4 Your dollars, dimes sand pennies keep all Red Dukes Sr. ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,
Sr. ,
Am Clerk of laid Court.
and at the side of those who
Cross services supplies
Mrs. Roy Roberts and Mrs. Cpl. and Mrs: Resste Colson Walter C, Hardest! Daytona Beach,
need them. Support the Red Cross War Fundl t You Fla. Atty. for Pit. 3-t 4t S-2I
of Ga.
and, daughter Valdosta ,
Randolph Hardee and children 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
b:,' Y are the American Red Cross 1 Dianne and Randy, were Sunday have been spending a few days ''N TIC H
Notice Is hereby given to all ,
with Cpl. Colsoa's parents, Mr. I
guests of Mrs. L. A. Hardee In whom It may concern that I have
i.. Army And Navy TIlE ARMY AND: NAVY Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Colson. I flied my Final Return and will on Washing Polishing
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hendersonof the 3rd day of April 1945 apply ?
are asking all civilians to and Mrs, Ralph Johnson I to the County :Judge of Bradford
Urge Civilians make greater use of V- had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. Sanderson and son Pvt. Par- 'County Florida., for Final Diecharge Oil Changing

To Use V-Mail Mail in writing to servicemen and Mrs. .Floyd Lanier and two ker L. Henderson enroute from Estate. of aa F.Administrator M Crews, deceased.of thr . Greasing JVaxing
Texas to Pennsylvania were the 1
this direct daughters and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Q. CREWS
-as a
year dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. ,3-2 4t 3-23 Administrator Electric Arc {Welding
E. Morris and three children of
in needed '
: help conserving critically transport space L. Atkinson,Sunday. - -

and as a means of providing fighting men with more Live Oak. Pfc. Eugene M. ,Long and Mrs. iv('OI'\ITY.C'IIU't'IT FLORIDA CDIiADFOIID. ,IV CHANCK.IIV. Tire Repairs

';? d q' frequent and faster communication from home Great was Miss the Lorene over-night Moncrief guest of of Starke Mr. Long ,of, Salinaan., and Starke Ruth ,Mitch'HopkinsPlaintiff. !, a '.k J Ope Hour Battery Charge''r

stress is plac d,by military officials 00>," the Value to were visiting Mr.;: and Mrs. E. M. V". Steven WY Hopkjira, Defendant. .i '
and Mrs. W.
: soldiers apd sailors of frequent letters, which is more family Wednesday.Stringfellow. and Long, Sr., last week. Case No. 3(40ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND If' .: Auto Lite Batteries

possible by the use of V-Mail. The fact. that there Miss Dorothy Rivers of Mrs. Cecil Moore has gone to NOTICE TO APPEAR
Raiford where she. Is employed.Mrs. STATE: OK FLORIDA to StevenW. .
+( disallows of the consistent
are more men overseas s'tone Heights spent the past Hopkins, whose address Is General
sending t>f regular mail by airplane and this type of week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Rita Brown of RalfordWBI Delivery, Flint, Michigan. .

I, ':, mail is .frequently held up for lack of space, the mili- Williams. visiting friends and relatives April You 9.are 1945 required In the to above appear named on AMOCO

tary authorities say. The V-Mail filming process After a week's visit with Mr. Sunday. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff GAS OIL GREASE
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and I seeks divorce and restoration of
assures correspondents of privacy of contents, military and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger and family were in Starke on bust I maiden name Bradford County
t postal officials point out other relatives .ID this section of I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn i
,a ness Saturday. next Iflsues.Vltne .
the State Mr.: and Mrs. Claude .!.ou.ywt:; 'l
\ and official '' '
(, ipI 1 Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. :
ift. !;"i/ . . a . e . ner last Thursday night. Johns returned to their home in R. G. Blsk of Jacksonville were RIDE
' Belle Glade Friday.
Miss Arthurine Blanchard of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bart Waters "
: ;;'(.: Law t'e y Jacksonville was visiting her par- sons Mr., Kenneth and Mrs.and Kelly Harold Tyus, visited and Thursday.Miss Florida Motor Lines. Busses

",.,< ents, Mr. and Mrs A, M. Blan- Madeline Crosby of Waldo 19.1,4Do
Sgt and Mrs. C. A. Ashton at
EVKLYNK WARREN chard Sunday. spent the week-end her tl ""
By with! par ynure.l/home For Safety
r.%I.t. . . a . e Mrs. B. Starling and childrenof Daytona Beach last week-end. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby.Mr. %%q)., Eecb kU unetains Pe-
< Mrs E. A. Stafford returned h nenent Way.hoiub oo
Jacksonville spent several days and Mrs. Alan Carlton shampoo curler. and Comfort &
Wednesday from hale.urea Economy
: Mrs. Mildred Cox and Miss last week with Mra. Jacksonville were visiting relatives in Lake : P) Chmrm.onoyt1 bark
Starling'sbrother CI a $ lot .a.
'''P f :{J; Adel Dinklns of Jacksonville accompanied Jimmie Norman. where she had been with Mr. and BuUer Sunday.
,\ / by Miss Betty Faulk, Mrs. Revis Young and family for Koch II
Miss Evelyn Warren spent last Mr. and Mrs. Bart Waters were Drug Store.
Ill'I '
I three weeks.
A also of Jacksonville were the week-end with friends and relatives Sunday' Mr. and
"' :.J'7t week-end; guests of the former' In Jacksonville. Mrs. Young and their four chil- --

'1 ,' I parents Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dink Mrsi. Arthur Taylor and small dren came down for the day with ,
,,,1r t Ins last week, While here Miss of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford.:
t j !yj;J Dlnklns and Miss Faulk visited spending daughter several Jacksonville weeks with Mr are Guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: J. H. Here's the winning bid.
'. ,, "j Hundley during the week Coca-Cola
) ,:il Mr. and Mrs. L. H. H1U. and Mrs. Hardy Taylor. past .
!i Miss Rose were Mrs. Reese Bradley and
(' Evans of Wadley, Mrs. Joe Brown was visitingher son
:'j.f! i Ga., Is visiting her sister Mrs. son-in-law and i Clinton of Jacksonville and Pfc.
daughter several
; H. P. Neal Jr., a few days this days last week In Jackson and Mrs. Dillard Hundley and I .- _''i''".--_-._--,_- .....
, "fi' f week. ville. daughter, Mary Frances of Cam]* .

Mrs. Laura Browning of Plant Blanding and Lake Butler I
Mrs. Jv Roberts is t
i" t: )\1 City Is visiting her sister Mrs. several days in DeLand with her Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs. ,
''i'!:": Georgia Ann Sapp this week. father Fielding Chapman, Mrs. P. D,
Mr. Tatum who is
Ii'.i $:j'; Noel Davidson of the Seabees, 111. very Fan her, Jr., and Mrs. L. A. i

\, : .on of MJand Mrs. Grant Davidson Shepherd spent last Thursday In :
,. .: of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.. Kelly and Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Lawtey received a medical children were visiting relatives in .
""Iifi') ? discharge at Ft. Pierce. Hesent Starke, Saturday. H. M. Rlcharde, Jane and ,

t .! ,1.if, four days with btu,parents Joe Harrell. Jr.. of Jacksonville Henry Richards, Mrs. J. A. Bou-
}f i "'*.Jf': \} ''ire last week while on his vier and Mrs. A. M. Richarde
? way was visiting his parents Mr. and
.' : > his home in Havre, Mon. Mrs., J, L. Harrell Sr., last week. were In Jacksonville Sunday.. .
\ Mr. and Mrs. Grant Davidson Mrs. Bouvier attended the dedica-

; i i ) nd son Noel, Mrs. Orpha Vess end.Mrs.. Louie Bell Moore and Mrs. tion of Springfield M e t h odlst II
t and son George were shopping in G. W. Roberts were shopping in Education Building and was the
N6!(: t Jacksonville Tuesday Jacksonville luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs.
r. 'LA n; ;: Miss Betty, Turner of Starkerlrt. Mr, and Mrs.. Vernon Silcox A!' H. St. John. Mrs,. H. M. Rich. l I.

4 ( l> was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. arde and children were with Mr. 1
';' J. M. Reddish and Mrs. Neal Joy-.,G. W. Roberta and Mrs. J. H. Ritch for the day -
:! !1 visited
Mrs Annie R. Norman. .

''r Prompt Service After visiting( Mr. and Mra.
d yti Careful, Drivers Ernie Yarbrough for several days c; J JI

Mrs.. Albert Yarbrough returned

STARKE TAXI SERVICE to her home In' Gainesville. Wed -
,; nesday. kk"V

.. J. A. 1
i ; Bouvler Jr.. of Miami was
andS the supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. I

J. A.. Bouvier Thursday having
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEr come to Jacksonville on business
Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts

and son. Lynwood Jr., attended =
Phone 150 the Ordination of Deacons of the

day Day Lake Butler Baptist Church Sun
{l Night day and after the service remained a .to the
. way keep going refreshed
as dinner guests of ,Rev. and game 1
)Mrs.! Ray Y. Walden.

FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDES While convalescing Edgar Ty There's always a time to pause in a bridge game. Ice-cold Coca-Cola can

i.A FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR his son parents of Jacksonville Mr, and has Mrs.been R.with H. make it tie pause that refreshes. Everyone; welcomes its life and sparkle the /

Tyson for about two weeks. lang of Its Have _
I taste. Cake
a be
can invitation
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardwere your on any occasion If yon ,

I44, PLEASE PHONE 147 among friends entertainedat remember to have a supply of Coca-Cola in your refrigerator. In homes I
re a fish dinner by Mr. and Mrsi every-

trx Bob Touchton at the site of the where, Coca-Cola has made tie pause ,that refreshes a family custom. .a
air field
UNION BUS STATIONLACY Sunday. near Keystone Heights happy interlude. for friendly refreshment.

,, ? CONWAY Agent Helen Whltfleld visited )Marie! You naturally hear Cocs-CoU
ls J Wiggins in Jacksonville the past iOTIUO UNDII AUTNOIITT 0. THI COCA.COLA COMPANY IT 1 called by lu friendly abbreviation

Temple Ave. Starke, Florida week-end. I Toke.Both mean the quality pro*
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinsonand STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. tact of The Coca-Cola Company.O

Mrs W. H. Parker visited e

1944 Tic C.C Ce..

F.' /" ...""JJ''.... ... ...,... k ...' ,
ro ..' '.It'1j"'a ": 'ooLI.,'r....'""'; "' .. I " .11 ,," tW'P'R 4tithMikMi4 1.14 .,.-- -,..
._.._ ... . . ,

...'.. .... ." .,O' ,.". ". .'Jl.III\ :\ li'w",,,......, .,..... 'hc','.", ,, ,,,......"" .""",,,,,., ,,.,,, ._.."_., ".._,..,, _,." .. ...: ... , .. . ..11. /Iil . r
------- "r '" "" -" -" ... -.. ..--- -- .. __"" ..- ......""" ..a ._.....W!!"" ....._,._ .....-

CREATIVE WRITING CLASS had a wonderful Sunday recentlyat

This week the creative writing Dorothy Barnes certainly was

class undertook the task of rearranging -' happy "tether" day. Could it f !.

GreftlS SENIOR BIOGRAPHIES the staff of the Brad- : have been that a certain someone r erI :
tdlt.robb1 ' ford High Journal. I was home ;

Blopaphle- lAra IDA MAE JOHNSONIda Oleeta Green who has been 1 Saw "Snookey": going around In I ar ''r1,

CreM'1I and FT.1.cee Colleytry lIutto Johnson, one of our most, managing editor remains BO. Virginia a whirl "tother" day Seems she w yiel II, ,

New-Gamlta popular Seniors was born Sept Rhoden was appointed Associate heard from a certain a.I. in Bel- \' e I

and Barbara Keen 11, 1927 in Gainesville Fla She, editor and Barbara Keen'
gium.Has I If
BlogtaphlesDorothytoheby lived there for
one and
Edwardll a half assignment editor. The rest of anyone, besides myself, ,
and Merle years. She then moved to Key the staff remains practically the taken notice of Dorothy Crosby'snew I
NewAUeHrlley stone Heights. In her very young I same for the hair-doT f
Class Johns' except creation of Quite O.K. Lsn t it?
Special' yeatu.--lUadOll years she attended Keystone the Agricultural Editor who la Haven't, seen the Seniors so r ,
aJld Betty Hazel GroanEDITORIAL School and 'finished the tenth Dorothy Crosby ambitious In s ss
Wade there. many a day-as they
were last Tuesday-they
!: Ida started*to dear old SERVICE MEN HOME taking placement exams. s jI

realize i how much: a Junior and Is now a very DURING) WEEK Has ,,
FeW of us dignified Senior and anyone seen the new piece' eettNl i
could get done .If we wouldt the class seoretary of We were happy to have Pvt. of Jewelry that Bobble Beckmanis I

together and try to help each Her. likes hose Griffls, a former B.H.S. sporting-A gift from Ralphon I

We all try to do the same southern fried are chicken.spaghetti Swim-and student, with us again last week. her birthday. ';,

er. the He Is home on furlough and will Lost-one class Ring-Owner h I IN
don't like the way ming and dancing furnish *
her 1 1ti
b, or we ex- later report to Fort Philip Shuford. I
ercise. Her Meade. The Say Betty Jean I
and we favorite
it 'dislike
er person Is doing Is Army la all .right but a lot of -Know anything about it?
big that all straight (permanent 1
fuss ao waves
ck up a hard work he thinks. Signing off, but we'll
has to stop till everybody are wonderful aren't they Ida?) see you I
ork noth- Her future We are glad to see Sl-c Bobby In the
off. Tim la lost and seems to be a deep next.Your ,
ore gained but hard ,feeling dark secret Good luck Ida. McRae roaming the halls of B.H.S. roaming reporters. /,

g Is is a good thing to again. He has been on a destroyer \
peratlon MARY AILENE la the Atlantic Ocean for HOMK EG GIRLS AND >ti tii
helps to keep things KELLEY '
actlce. Ailene she sometime. He has visited Porto AO BOYS ENJOY 1'AUTY L1i
without too much work as Is called by her i .p
Dvlog leaving friends, was born on 26 Rico Casablanca and the Azores I
one or without any April Island. The Agriculture building was the
1927, In Brooker.
time. '
Tr It some
feelings. ; scene of a weiner toast for the
d I
( Bobby "I'm home for six
says _
\'e In to the other: fellow:>> and She is 5 feet 5 Inches tall and wond e r f u 1 days." Good luck AO boys and Home Kc girls Friday ____
his Idea. Chances are that weighs 120 pounds; is a brown- I Bobby night at 8 P. M. A bon-fire __

u will like his plan better thanur ette with blue eyes. I lighted the outside: and games

own. Ailene has a very peculiar, pas- 'SOCIETY NOTES were played and enjoyed by all.

time-writing poetry Some of FLASH! Have you heard the Even Mrs. Cook and Mr. Fergur-" f

"dOlt NEWS her poems are very'good.. I latest engagement that all the son dropped their school dignity
all shouldn't wonder if someday she Seniors and played and sang with the CIflQI1e
I Seniors were busy day are gabbing about? It's
The has rest. It is rumored THaN TRANSPORTATION
It Tuesday taking a: placementIsU a book of poems published. none other than our own Pansy that Mr. Fer-
Her main dislike Is cats. guson can cut a few steps himself -
that all Seniors all over the Reddish to Sgt. L. W. Owens,
ate will be compelled to take.. As yet Ailene Is undecided as who at present is stationed at music.if he has the right kind of While the Seaboard Railway's primary for the upbuilding of a greater South.

we are already planning ford to finishes what school she will but do know when she Camp Bland Ing. The date of the Welners deviled function is to provide the public with adThere are many other enthusiastic .
we that event hasn't been set. eggs, coleslaw
-day, which will be April 6.lie in whatever she undertakes; she and Coca-Colas provided re- equate transportation service,our interest builders in states served by Seaboard rails
It sho'
Food as follow Committee; Oleeta has Green been will be a success. Alleen K. does back seem after good a short to vaca-have freshments. It Is my belief that extends beyond the mere carrying of pas Chambers of Commerce, newspapers, ", '

Injen) Dorothy Crosby Clar- tion, due to a case of measles. we should have many more of senders and freight. government agencies, power companies, I

airman Rosier; and Mary Ellen Was- BARBARA GRACE KEEN Understand that Barbara .H. these get-togethers. The Seaboard family likes to think of merchants, manufacturers, farmers and
was born to Mr. and the Railway as an integral part of the com others. It is a genuine!: pleasure for us to
D. Mrs.> Albert J. Keen on August at B.H.S. and will finish here this FUTURE FARMERS!: OF
The Workers on the Class Will 30, 1927 in Manatee Fla. Bar- yea/. AMERICA! munity lfe-as a builder for the future. work with all these-agencies and individuals -

e: Louise Pairrlsh, Barbara bara has blonde hair blue eyes Her favor 1 tea are. being a It Is a matter of great pride to us that our for the economic betterment of the ,

e. Allene Kelley Gene Add is 5 ft. 3 inches tall and weighs senior, sports, dancing bowling Friday night, March 9. the FFA friends and neighbors in the territory reSouth.. This will continue to be one of

and Oleeta Green. The Pro- 102 Ibs. When at the age of swimming football and tennis. had a weiner roast with the gard the Railway in that light. For many our principal objectives in the future.

lecy Workers are: Dorothy Cros- four, she had lived In Manatee Two dislikes are peroxide Home EC. Department. The event the Seaboard has worked tirelessly C
Frances CoUey. Barbara Bradenton, Lakeland Lake Wales blondes and people who talk too was well attended by both girls years

roe, and Lora Crews. So we and Ocala finally settling downin much and never say anything. and boys. It seems that Russell .
fine rwork. Judd our Farm Shop::; Instructor: w Qgp
|pact some Starke where, she has lived May you attain the success you .
-M.A.K. ever since. Barbara began school deserve Barbara. entertained the girls more than
the FFA boys did.. I )
We wish to thank Mrs. Cook
and the Home EC. girls for their A tto

r cooperation in preparing the food sass

frriaay We have night.exchanged classes with RAILWAY
: ?
: the Home EC. girls for a week

We have a nice little chap

Doyle Crews who won a $25 War .

Bond In the 1944 Food for Vic-
tory Production Contest sponsored
by the Sears Roebuck Founda-

to tion. Doyle doesn't like publicity
so I guess I'll get shot. .

Shirley Judd FFA Reporter. '

Notice tii hereby given to all -IIi
whom It may oanvern that I will, '

as minor guardian, on the Marlon 12th day Claire of Johns April,, / :i
1945, apply to the Honorable E. \) F% \

1 s $ tRgi sell the wit K.Bradford:Ferryman.following the Interest County described County, ,of for Maid an J u land.minor Order d g,e to-of to In f l' 6 \K\ I IfI

Wont-half of Block Eleven, according '
to Ensey's Survey of as ..astate ';
Hampton, Fla. and East-half of '9\\\\\ "
Block Thirty-one and Thirty- \
two of Blanton's Addition Townof \\ \\ .
Hampton Florida: -.... ,
aid Kale to be at private Hale and .
based upon application on file. .
This March 8th, 1846.MAKJOK1H ,
F 3-' 4t 3-80 Uuarldlan. .,


Stephen. Clarence. Foster Formerly 'a ;; ,
i [t known ai Clarence Elmer Foeter i ; v
and Stephen Elmer Fouler, Plain-
tiff, v... Josephine Moravus Foster ,
Defendant.ORDER OF Case PUBLICATIONAND No. 8831. p P j

Josephine Moravu. F o. tel', 961 "
Washington Avenue, Bronx 66,
1cT1 : New York. i j I
You are required to appear on ,
April 9r lUll, In the above named I '
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
neck divorce. Bradford County produced '
Telegraph sha!| publish this OrderIn 1 18 states.
next four weekly leiuea 1944 only tate .,
WltneHM my hand and official During and no
neat at Starke, Florida thin March Floridahington\ 0 cast of
727jIdTOTHE and
6, 1945. ; beefW r D C ,
(OFFICIAL, SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas more thas L a' a r ,Ak
As Clerk of Bald Court. o d. \ '/
Walter C. Unrdexty, Daytona Beach south proaene .
Fla., Atty for I'll. 3-9 4t 8.J. even a p
Louisiana 01 a
CAUSE OF l.v rinri-ir (cornr ni Ai>PORi> brewing state. the bf'' \lowerand ,
CKRV. thatFloridmor ijobs cE suppliers.\ ;
Lllao Morrl Anderson Plaintiff man\ .deOvariety
VH. Samuel (". Anderson, Defendant. industry
I Case No. 1(39. for a in- '
ALL MANKIND ORDER OF PUBLICATION 9This increased: business WI. is an important .
: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR brewing ot taxes
TATE OF FLORIDA to pvt. taxes, ea\i1e\ that \ amount \
Samuel C. Anderson, 34124640 113 r to t *
Floridians\ tne taxes
Repl. Bn.. 6S9 Hep. Co. A.P.O. 71It. few few rea\i1e\ anty and city fR' & r
"h" Postmaster, New York, New sta e. state aid last, "
Wherever there Is trouble or suffering In die world . wKef ever} York.You are required to appear on QU.I Y( in f\orida breweries in Company nearly\ .::::. .
April 9, 1848, In the above named \ Brewing and -.L .
desperate souls cry out in need of cheer and comfort-there too* Court and cause wherein plaintiff paid by \Ire the 1AX such taxes ;

Is your RED CROSS to lift their hearts and bring them hope. Telegraph peek divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn 0 lor examp ly\ S050,000 in ., \ ,

in the midst of ravaging.wars Red Cross faces the next four weekly Issues.Witness roximatt 1 J
Today ,
your my hand and official year ap total taxes. FloriJAX' a is prtoSt,300uuv ,
greatest task id Its long history. The humanitarian deeds of serviceIt seal at, Btarke Florida' this March \ in \ ,that Beer ror
I. 1146 f\oridians\ realii "
has for at home and abroad !would (OFFICIAL- SEAL A. J. Thomas, I Fcw I
,already'performed our boys more, .s .
It A. Clerk of said Court.T. I. What's in dO by experts ,'
fill your heart with pride-as it has theirs with gratitude. But we Frank Landruny Starke, Florida seeon o none "dmerbea as:
for Plf. 3-9 4t 8-30 .
,must do more. We must keep our Red Cross at the .side of ouefighting ; atedly\ been ".

men and wounded heroes wherever they may be. lit: COUNTY nncriT F1.ORIDAI roraT. BRADFORD IN: CHAN! wfettS? Industrt. 0

Remember-the RED, CROSS has no private funds. Every; Elisabeth CORY.' B. Byrd; Plaintiff ... \\"tru\Y\ 9 s 0 is an important.f'on' cup tax burden 1 , I l

service the Red Cross (performs depends upon your private gift. a148.Blrt C. Byrd Defendant. Case No. Because brewing job, and rtlicvt\ eUel\t

So do your part I Reach down in your hearts and give: all :you can AND ORDER NOTICH OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR I. !at oes vide ) beers are w d bctAnd OUt ,

MORE and 'NOWJ' STATE OF FLORIDA to Pfo b cause f\o"\ 1ldamade bre
I S give give Blrt C. Byrd. 84911152, whose residence I because \ da- fricnds\ip\ llo
and address I. Company A. ; e ng t wen ?

Military 5th/ Regiment Reservation.Indian Pennsylvania.t o w n Gap i 'should\ insist ,; and JA)(, the BccrbOU better .; ,

You are required to appear on if Y
CROSS his side April 9, 194S. In the above named course, you becaust yoU !
Keep your RED Court and cause, wherein plaintiff happy '
I divorce and restoration of previousname. b ot"be pay'i'/ ;
Bradford County Telegraphshall what' yoU ;
I publish this Order In next matter 1(6t .
'four weekly Issues. fll
Witness my hand and official r
seal Starke. Florida this March
NlS.o 7, 1946 1t I, "
.omD MOToR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ; ,
rN Nr.YII A* Clerk of said Court. t I .
Ffarrell *. Mi-CsuUy, Florida National e 1 1 ,
Bank Bidg Jacksonville,
Florida. Atty for PIt. J4t 3-30 ,,.t !

1 1I

I r ; 41r4
I .
C., I t,

1 1ll

Is..r" .- A Xii +
1 d.;fat 7:30: p m. I

,.,;,i\l.: ",,,, ',i.; ''oI r:...,, ., , .. t

C"'C{ , d >.,.',::.;:.,,; !, :::::,.I Ln"" "''w'"'' ......"..,.. '. ""' "" '",''''<''' "..".,., ",'n",," ,,,,,,,,,1,,;'. ,"."".."". ....e>o".. ,..". :,."::,'.,:,....,,....,.,, ..L,,,,""""' 'n" .." ,:: ,,,.,,',, .,,"'..'."".." ,_ ""., I"o", ""..""..,$.h",....",. ".."".,,,,,,... ",," ".., ,......;....".":".,,"."".." "...,.:IIi"",,, ....,:., ,IIt ."." ",n'..,...,.....'.0. ;";,;;.,..,o" .. ""''' .
"."" _n_ ''h'

and CLUBS I Recently Wed 'tr1l I



.a John-Pauling ''i 't .. ..
.;, ., "t: ; : --- FERNANDINA FLA.
kl I Class Meets
:Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pauling of ", : 'I'
," Hawthorne announce: the marriage With Mrs. Canova J__ .:' ':.,, Every Once-ln-a-wMIe (not too 1887 that weary drug store pro-

: 'I',4':I of their daughter Mary Lou to i' I often, thank goodness, or I might prietors might make use of today: ,
..'\'" Edwin St. John, son of Mr and The' Young Matron's Class of i I __ ,; lose my job) Callstreeters seem "Mr. J. Q. Adams, the boss Ice Quality Clothing and Shoes at pon
r.'" 'a Mrs. V S. St. ,John of this city. the First Baptist Church met Friday to enter into a diabolical conspiracy cream man>, wants the public to ular Prices.
't:,;rt, The qui e t. ceremony was perU evening in the home of Mra. not to make news- or at understand that when the U. S.

_\U formed at the home of Judge E. Gladys Canova to elect officers "" '" least not to let me in on the secret Flag floats In front of his em- JL The Shoe Store

,,= K. Perryman, Thursday, March 8. and plan for the coming year ty. If they do . Such a week porium, he has .Ice cream on ,,, Largest In Town and

II' Those present were Mr. St. John' Sweetpeas were tastefully arranged I I has been this one, so I decided to band to sell. The red flag means r* In Bradford County.

., !1 sister, Eeanor Cluff and Miss throughout the living and + get even by harking back 70( an auction" . And it seems
/, a Norma Hancock of Palatka and dining rooms of the home. i ) years or so to see bow Call that Callstreeters back then hada We Do Not Handle Military

;+ Pvt. Guy Nord of Camp Blanding. The meeting was opened by the Street In the gaslight era compares unique way of telling.whether. Clothing

y, Mrs. st; John graduated from teacher1, Mrs. Clara Proctor, with with our own generation or not their neighbors wor f f tlse Or Jewelry Entire Store Devoted

Hawthorne High School and Is at scripture reading from the 67th I finally persuaded ye ed teeth, according to this"little to Needs of Civilians.
) present an employee of Western Psalm followed with prayer by to dig the old file out from Item dated. Oct. 11, 1889"Every ,

Union here. Mr. St. John Is a Mrs. Lewis Halnes. under their protective coating of body Is chewing cane' thcia days.

p1'', member of the local fire depart Officers were elected for the dust and spent a fascinating hour The hogs extract what Uttle juice

'' club as follows: President Mrs. or so among the yellowed and there is left after the human I Phi:' & 1AIR 'STi5

ment.Mr.. and Mrs. St. John will Louise Tenly; 1st Vice President! brittle pages . .. molars are through with It. A l f

< make their home 'for the present Mrs. Lucy Carden; 2nd Vice cane chewer with false teeth can
lE t ti in Starke. President, Mrs.' Martha Pelleum; Among the boliere-lt-or-nots always be singled out by the Went of Courthouse -:- Starke, Florida

c Secretary, Mrs. Mamie Harper: : unearthed was the fact that It number of pigs that follow in his

y Baptist Circle 3 Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Gladys took 20 hours to bring a big tracks."
Williams: and Treasurer, Mrs. safe and contents from Lake BUILDING

Met With Thelma Lewis Group ,Captainswere "" ,,,,.. Butler to Starke when the county Thrill were not lacking, even MATERIALSUNRATIONED
Mrs. Brownlee sele c t e d with Mrs. Kay I seat was moved here In 1887 . In 1890 '. . For Instance: "The
Strickland as rose group leader, Major and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis "Bad roads and sick mules" were balloon ascension last Saturdaywas AVAILABLE NOW !

_1 J Circle Three of the Baptist Mrs. Melba Cox as '"green" and are shown above following their alibis offered for the delay . a grand affair. It went up /

) v' W.M.U. met Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Gladys Canova as "gold" marriage Saturday afternoon, 1600 boxes of oranges were ship- quite a distance, probably 300 ROOFING CONCRETE BLOCKS
t : The name 'Winsome' was chosen Feb. 2Hh la the north chapel at ped from Hampton during the feet when the aeronaut cut loose SHEETROCK CEMENT

Brownlee. for the class with 'Win them one Fort Lewis, Wash same year . It was predicted In and fell to the ground The INSULATION BOARDS *. MASONRY CEMENT

u ? Sparks was charge. by one' as the motto and the The 'bride, who was given In 1889 that Starke would soon fade parachute c"a r r I led him safely ROCKWOOL CRUSHED STONE

t ; (/ was beautifully decorated with aim 'That by all means we might marriage by Col. George W Gillette into the background to make way down and no injuries were sustained WINDOWS GRAVEL

home-grown roses and azaleas. win some' wore a pastel green tailored for that up and coming community exc e p t a few scratches DOORS SAND

The devotion from Romans was The class members decided to suit with small flower hat. She Sampson City . from falling on a wire fence. . SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDING

order pins bearing the name and carried a white'prayer book, cov- The Telegraph editor braggedover The machine age, it seems, came
read by Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Tak colors and the 4th Friday of each ered with a white orchid. She the fact that Starke was to to Call Street In October 1892:: Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints

ing part on the program were month was chosen as meeting I had as her only attendant her have its first 5-month free school when the Telegraph chronicledthat

.. Mrs. Thomas and Mra. W. N. slater, Mrs. D. C. Forehand of term . Bet the kids were : "Mr. N. J. Jones has foundIt CABINET & MILLWORK
Johnson. An offering of $14.BO day.The
business session was closed Albany, Ga. happy In those days, what with a.. necessary to purchase one of
s was taken, and the minutes of the those new-f typewriting
with prayer and a social hour was The service was read before a 7-month summer vacation! . .1 angled
last meeting were read and ap machines. Miss Ida Witkovski, ANNIS BUILDING
But life held hazzards for the SUPPLIESDepot
proved. There were 13 members enjoyed. Mrs. Haines was surprised large group of friends by Capt.
who for some time had charge of
'11 with a shower. Tempting Lawrence A. Leonard, chaplain. poor pedestraln even in those
and a visitor present. Mrs. J. P.
the books at Mr. Jones' store,
# Higginbotham closed the meeting refreshments were served by the Col. Roy W. Llebale served as days before -hit-and-run drivers & Pleasant Sts., Phone 1325, Gainesville Fla.
6 will find her labors considerably ,
hostess. best man. . An item In the Sept. 27, 1889
with a prayer.Refreahmenta. lightened by the acquisition of the
issue stated "Last
of cake, nuts and Those present were Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Lewis Is the former Mrs. Monday Indignantly at least three: people handsome Calagraph. Miss Wit. I M

1 punch were served by Mrs. Haines Mrs. Clara Proctor, Mrs. Myrtice J. Carpenter of Starke. covski enjoys the distinction of
slipped up on the clay pile at the
t Brownlee assisted by her daughter Lucy Carden, Mrs. Elaine Him- Major Lewis, whose home Is crossing of Call and Walnut being the only person in this city

: Miss Madge Brownlee. Mrs. rod, Mrs. Gladys Williams Mrs. Wilmington, Dela., Is now on duty Streets" .. who has mastered stenographyand
.. ] Mae Edwards Invited, the circle Thelma Lewis.Mrs. Lois Warren, with the corps of engineers at typewriting." Il/iadt
.ttf to meet with her next month and Mrs. Martha Pelleum, Mrs. Melba Fort Lewis. He was formerly

.,.. all members are urged to attend. Cox, Mrs. Louise Tenly, Mrs. ; stationed at Camp Blanding. And here's a tip for you young- .And lo and behold, they even
t sters whose tell what
. Mamie Harper, Mrs. Kay Strlck-, Following the ceremony the parents you :.lad a gossip columnist back in \" '.
11.r:} ;j land and Mr. Gladys Canova. 'guests attended a reception at dignified goody-goodies they were the dark ages . In the Issue IN THE EASTER PARADEs
li in the old days . Just read 'em
.r r Rr 1 AND CONTROL I The next meeting will be held the North Fort Officers Mesa. this account of a little party from of Jan. 8, 1887, one who signed

","', \} If you see flying ants coming with Mrs. Thelma Lewis I with I the issue of November 25: 1892: himself "Man About Town" con-
In out of house the Mrs. Melba Cox as co-hostess. Recent cluded his sprightly column of .
j 1.. or your 1 MarriagesWilliam "One evening last week eight s
'; :t;4 chances are you have termites young bloods Cashier Duncan at chatter with the following paragraphs n0
e' ( \ and you will be able to save Births E. GrlffU. Starke and the head, and as many more : "The grand ball, whichno llen Jaye

'., yourself a big repair bilL A Guynell Z. Revels, Staike, March young city belles, got themselves doubt you all have heard of,

nominal charge for lnnp >ctlon. Mr. and Mrs. ,Harold Kite, 1. together for a moonlight drive to Christmas evening, was managedby 1A Brown
' We can give best Gainesville Starke, son born. March 7th. Leon Walnwrlght. Starke, and Mr. Silas Kite's, who lives fourmiles' a few who imagine themselves z} perry '
; references." Lois L. Sumner; Starke, March 3. Gods of Creation and who,thinka
.1': Mr. and Mrs O. R. Alvarez, west of town, for a sugar
Telephone Starke, son born March 9th. Herman Sandsbury, Camp Blan boiling, candy stew and a good successful ball Is unknown In 'oan miler
11!: this without their valuable C 1.>
/;; C. A. POWELL Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams ding and Evelyn Carol Scott, time in general. They Invited city
Starke, March assistance. There was nothing'
i 1143-J or Write Brooker, daughter born March 2. the gallant and handsome Mr. andSunland. 1 ,
: : Rt. 2, Itox 88, Gainesville Robert William T h o m pson, Morris J. Huff of Jacksonville to special except the good music. .
13th.Mr. Camp Blanding, and Marjorie R. accompany them and on the the charming and handsome ladles i Fashionsof ti
and Mrs Milton St. way
Peterof and four
,j, Watts, Starke March 6. stray church members
Mr, T. R. Sweat conceived
) FM Starke announce the birth ofa Henry Frederick Ratta out who became entranced by the un- Miami
Camp ,'
the of .
I idea a little fun at MrHuff's '
I son on Saturday, March 10, in Blanding, and Geralding Donah, usually good music and turned V! r'i9'
RJverlllde 'Hospital, Jacksonville Starke, March 7, expense. themselves over to Satan with .' : wv:' -

i' "After reaching the home of the rest,of the sinners,. ,t.l.: .;' ,..' -<'- IQ- .... .11 94Z-

: : Mi. Kite and, depositing the young "The prospect of the ,matrImonial ./. .P... \.J A" T. .R O.... ;-... r
ladles around the kettle -- - '"
; 'sugar 1'
';' '{ ? market the, coming yearis j
the boys all went off to the cane "
': very flattering. The variationsin -. Costume Jewelry
;.,' :J patch. When Mr. Huff was laden the weather for the past few ..

; Ii.J. with 14. large canes suddenly the days have caused several young I Ladies Bags I
young men fell out and beganto
c. bloods like Drew Alvarez, Joe
i. fight.' All ands, except: Mr. Alvarez John Will, J. W. .
._, Huff, seemed to take part 1* the
, j Hodges and B. H. Jones to consider All accessories for
r affair Large knives were drawn the advisability of such 'a ) .
:,."l and big pistols fired from all step. The latter Is considered your Easter Outfit! \\

I I'j,, Starkc'a with his face homeward bound, in the
mercantile biz, he III 1 now. S M
.J got from the crowd and
The away on his waytto fortune.'
.... ..;, finest ran fully a mile before the fast- 'SilOP:
I est runner, Mr. J. H. Colson, Then, tucked away In the Issue :

,.,,,' ; restaurant B could catch him," of May 4, 1888,. was this little
', )! 1 e I I.c. . Now Mom 'n' Pop . gem concerning the first job of NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE

,', ,,:t., and bar . b 1'j Will you please keep quiet! the distinguished gentleman we
I 'f. now know as Federal Judge A.
,.t. Flash from Hampton, Aug. 6, V. Long: "Little Gussle Long has
/: ''/ "' 1887: "Evening croquet parties accepted a position as chief clerk
fir, J'\\'I\t' t are quite fashionable here now. with the firm,, of Jones a: Hei-

,; SIZZLING A behold these wondrous The young folks enjoy them very berger. We are glad to see the
'. much." . Lawtey communique, little man go to work. Anything
I f. STEAK fashions of anew I Aug. 27, 1887:, "The night after is better than a. lazy boy.' All

.' ,B> season . sparkling. ,. ; 1't election some of the Jolly boysof our city boys ought to find some

: I 0'' LOBSTHR bright in hue . f Starke came up here In the sort of employment during the
/ night, sang a song about a cele- school vacation." a
I -:h I; '!, SHRIMP M prophetic in style . -I u l r7 ) brated acid fruit tree and took i
'j .1: elegant in manner . I the names of some of our citizensin Well, what do :you say, folks?

""''.\ CHICKEN fashions that whisperof ,. vain. That waa all right, and Can Call Street of the gay90's MON. TUES. March 1819.20
( we like have
CtULII to see our boys compare in Interest with Call
.i, '.' spring and sing 1 their fun, but they ought not to Street of 1945: ? . I think it
out the gloriesof fire off pistols In our streets." can-even if a discouraged editor 'o '#'f.

:, :+ I' a blessed and f 5 ItSe .. . Correction, Aug. 16, 1889: of that bygone day did bemoan: A ---

', .J B colorful Easter "1 $ "Some copies of last week's Telegraph "We have no courthouse, no jail, happy ncorf story
For . JCS .. -t
: erroneously! announced that no :Ire protection nothing but u worm with fn# /love
1 fashions to give you Mr Fred Morgan, 'bobbed up holes !in the sidewalks." . And

l 4s.,$ Connoisseurs your place at the headof 1 serenely' at a recent social gath- he could have added that even rowing with fn. thrill" ,

l the Easter Parade.To ering 'wrapped in a dressinggown' the sidewalks were wooden,! big with the sweep
'ir' ) This .was wrong. The ;
.1 0 carry you through honors go to another gentlemanwith So long . .', See you ty\ tht +n of ln. Indiana

e r ofGood to summer . + ? the same Initials. Mr. Mor- next . noTM cotmfryl
/ gan never bobs up serenely. He Carolyn.

y ; tA, rips along like a tornado across
t'r Food
x ,! \ Temple's mill."
.l11 If
v,7y ,t + W't R v
: r (, y'i I, and < ar Spotted an' Jotted along( Call

' u.. 0 Street ((1887)) : Mr. J. C. Wills, Your Pocketbookand
ti' "J t ay Drink 1 Jr., has started the silk tat craze
a; .,, % and ere long the town will be

."':'' to.1"',, .fJ., ) full of them.r (1892) A horse Your Car
\ +;:! :
',.... <. t collar man, a shirt front man '

& Gather HereWith and a fruit tree man were In the ARE BOTH VULNERABLE

also :- hats . bags . costume jewelry city at one and the same time
I t\i.\ "" this week . ((1895)) Homer
,ii.,;'1 ,':> Your Friends Johns is beyond question the most Protect yourself!f against
."tt- graceful skater in Starke. His
.\ I, l'in.ncl.lloss-buy Auto r eeN'r
'. :; An Eveningof efforts are altogether beyond our :
,It ,
J .I II power of description . (1892)) mobile Comprehensive,. U ry'NM
I (t\\.. InformalityNEWLY Don't, miss "The Stolen Will" at and Collision Insurance Featuring
'I"" 'b' the ins tltute building tonight, WALTER BRENNAN /f f7
'' benefit town fire bell fund . today. Eton
f 'J'i
: (1887) Mr. J. O. Alvarez is always McCAWSTER Jeanne GRAIN j
,,' up with the times. He has Charley E. JohnsAgency
,' t. erected a new street lamp) on his Charlotte GREENWOOD June BAYER '
corner. This now makes four
; : REDECORATED lamps on Call street and Starke! by_.HENRY HATHAWAY l'M4uc"'lty' ANDRI DAVEN .
Phone ,13 .J ;JISrJJQH,1.- .
has quite a city appearance at STARKE FLA. l
\ night.

: 325 Temple Ave. Also
: \ What with the -ot- lay Ice ..
,I cream shortage; here's an Idea ::r( Latest Issue March of Time NeW'SOCIETY '
,.fJ ,, from THE TRAVELERS Hartford & War
/J-; the Telegraph of June 25: ,

I f
;P' I




...... "-,_...,. ,.. ., .r.-.. _.I..._.j ll, -"II: "._ -
""'- .

LOCAL NEWS 'Mrs. Alice Anderson and BOH New Officers ...---- .. .- ---- r J
oFf Lyle spent last week-end wiMrs.

Anderson's sister, Mrs. R. A, Are InstalledAt !/
Miss i Harley: In Dorchester, S. C. They
Shafdn e left Tuesday torbUsiness Miss Cleo Norman, I were joined there by her' mother Woman's ClubMrs. BEDROOM j. :'

Louie trip to Ne'N York City. Taylor, Mrs. M T. Oakley and Mrs. DarN Burton and her brother E. K. Ferryman Installed '
Sternberg baa reed MIrs: John Roan and son Johnnie Charles Burton. Charles has was
Lillian the
as new of .
-1188 In were In St. I I
brief Sunday
been ,
from a transferred to Atlanta the Woman's Club in an impressive 1
Beach. Sunday guests of Mrs. Effle Ga., for a few weeks train: service at the regular- meeting SUITS 1t t
ytOJ1& Blum and few Johns were her sisters, Mrs. Car- tog. held in the c I u b building "
].Irs. Irvin are spending a rie Smith and Mrs. Mena Mc- Mrs. A. M. Pettit of C&ines. Wednesday afternoon. t ; .

uls SbefkmL Cutcheon and her niece and vllle spent some time recently ; Mra. W. E. Mlddleton, as past '17! s SEVERAL STYLES u '
jars. I, Lecl and Miss Madeline, li nephew, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross, with her son and daughter-in-; president, conducted the cere- TO SELECT FROM
In are i In New York for. a visiteveral all of Jacksonville.\ law. Senator and Mrs. Charley i mony, congratulating the club : ...
weekS Mrs Alton Dobbs was In Waldo E. Johns, during the' illness i of : upon Its selection of a fine group .- 1
ties Evelyn Crawford Monday on business. their daughter. I or officers for the new year, and ,
st week with her parentsspent in Mrs. J. M. Davis and son James Mrs. Allan Long and small son, commending the out-going president -' NEW STOCK f
'.uchul& and Sgt. and Mrs. Clarence Fort Robin, who have spent the pail. ;Mrs. H. O. Ritch, upon her
ney spent Sunday at Jacksonville. winter her with Mrs. F. H. Long; leadership' a very successful JUST ARRIVED t
Beach; .. have returned to their home, I in club year. L $129.50 to $249.50
FLOORSURFACING David Sage, who is st dying .Chicago.Mrs. Other officers installed at this .
Journalism at the University of J. H. Retch of Jackson time were: Mrs. E. L. Biggs let . r # #..
'. vice Mrs. R. A. Green,
AND FINISHING Florida, spent the week-end with vine spent Monday and Tuesdaj
-- .f his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis with her daughter and eon-ln-law. 2nd vice president; Mrs. E. L. SEE THESE FINE
Matthews, 3rd vice president;
LOCAL REFERENCES Sage. Mr. and Mrs.' S. R. Johns, Jr.
Mra. Junius M. Smith 4th vice
Miss Nell Barton, who is Mrs. W. B. Alexander had aj I '
an n t Mra. M. F. Brown,
WAXED employee of a Jacksonville shipyard guests Monday May treasurer; Mrs. K. G. Duncan,
spent Sunday with her par- nard, Mrs. C. O. Dupuis and Mrs corresponding secretary; and Mra.

-POWELL ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Barton. i I Ernest Huggins of Alachua. W. H. Hart, recording secretary. Complete {With{ Springs & Mattress i ,
W. business
C. A. J. Over treet made a
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Johns and Before turning the gavel over
Telephone to Jacksonville Tues c .. p
or Write son G. C. of Lake Butler "spent, to the president-elect. Mrs. Retch :' .
1M3-J Gainesville Tuesday with Mr, and Mrs. Floyd day.Mrs. conducted the regular business $49.50"V .
88, .
Kt 2, BOx Green. K. G. Duncan was visitingher session.
son Kaspar, who Is in a hospital
Mrs. L. D. Haines, who had
In Jacksonville, Tuesday.
charge of the devotional for the
He while I
was Injured playing

I I Ing.N football recently but is )improv I prayer.on afternoon the value, gave and an importance Inspiring talk of \ ood Ranges with Reservoir 5250104.50 .

D. Wainwright and RobertG.
Following the business meeting, -- -_..- .
Green represented the -- -
tempting refreshments were served -

SUN. MON. TUES March 18-19-20 American District, Sunday.Conference Legion-Mr.Post Walnwright held at in the Madison 2nd Introduced Mrs.Anderson by Kate the, Shepherd hostesses Mrs. Charles, Mrs.Mrs.Lemuel Torres A. W. \Wardrobes with Full Length Mirror 42.50

HUMPHREY Mr. Green to the group Colson and Mrs.V.. B. Mundy, -=

I in and upon the he to Southwest was speak unexpectedly of his Pacific experience during called Jr.Mrs. Bette Green of Dublin, Ga., Blanket 1 t and Comfort Sale Now Going i 0---;

the present war. The meetingwas Is spending this week with Mrs.
well attended with the State L. D. Vining. I
Commander of American Legion Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght and Mrs. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

being present. Charles Darby spent Monday in
Mr. and Mrs. George White of Jacksonville.Mrs. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Tallahassee spent last week-end E. S. Matthews returned
visiting Mrs. G. W. Aldermanand Sunday from a visit in Orlando
Mrs. Nobel White. with her son-ln-Iuw and daughter -
Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
Wm. Powell were vial ting a in Lendon.
Green Cove Springs Sunday.

Misses Ida Lou and Marjorie ____u .. .. .... .. -.-.- .-.-- '
--- ----- -- -- --- ------ --
Davis of FSCW came Thursdayof
last week to help celebrate the
birthday of their father. R. J.

Davis, Saturday. Marjorie was
shopping in Jacksonville\ Friday
morning and was vUiting" friend, ror
Mrs. Agnes Scott I n Mandarin

.,.wlua C/WOaKas4apb we J JAptJ:..cI Friday afternoon. They returnedto
: college Sunday. .
t'. $t'yeiut'way3nieVtdi4.takeWtNaAes 4t" 1 Miss Sylvia Morse was visitingIn

Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. .
J. G. Gill of Atlanta Ga.,
Is spending this week with her ,
1 M father, J. M. Alvarez and her Out standing.values in beautiful pieces of fine jewelry for your Easter
?rl" sNrwyt and sister, Mr. and '
wi brother-in-law
Mrs. D. A. Monteith. giving At amazingly low prices!

Miss Gloria Buford of St.,

Luke's H o s p ital, Jacksonville WRIST '
LADIES' IT-JEWEL MEN'S A Real Easier Special
spent. the week-end with her par CROTONNationally 1 WATCH
and Mrs. R. C. Buford. 4 g U IS' r 17-JEWEL
Mjr. and Mrs. 'B. C. Johns, who ter- Jeweler, | MovemeetW u'Dn> enilabl Accurate I
have been living in Jacksonville Nationally '.
for the past few years, where Mr. WRIST. WATCHAdvertlasrl Smartly'!
Johns was an employee of the Known Styled! Choice. fz.l

shipyard, have .bought a farm PINK OK of Colored. Dial.. e.
and moved back to Starke this ,
YELLOW GOLD 49.50 yD iq'' OKfl ; 'II'


HOAGYCARMICHAEL A HOWARD HAWKS PRODUCTION Fields, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert 42 50 Federal Tax $15 to $17 }j I
I cram PUjr ky>.... fivuimM M4 wuun._ Miller spent .Saturday In Gaines Included( .FIue Tax I

ville.Mrs.. Samuel Gillespie of Ft. I

Meade spent the week-end with
i>' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley. 1NiraSei Keep
Miss Virginia Sewell; who is The Perfect
NAT SEZ: attending F.S.C.W. at Tallahassee, ... Red Cross

spent the week-end here with her HANDSOMELY CARVED x- EASTER
Our boys are now across the parents. 14-CARAT ?Z
i Mrs. H. H. Adams and 'small GIFT
Rhine son are spending some time with I SETTING atHis
4, But here at ,home; we're still Mrs. Adams' relatives In Memphis -- : A Lovely
behind. Tenn. BRILLIANT SideOTHER I
Pfc Eugene M. Long of Saltnae: ,, I
Come on, folks *- lets show DIAMOND
we're alive . Kan., is spending a furlough with GOLD CROSS
his wife here at the home of her
Get that last 9 thousand on the Mr. and Mrs. E. J.Dowllng ;
Red Cross Drive! parents and his parents, Mr. and $75.00 BRIDAL SETS $2 95

Mrs. E. M. Long. Sr., of Broker From $21.00 PROM . P
Federal Tax Incl.
Mrs. Ethel Bell and daughter
Wednesday of last
June spent
|50 Different StylesNOATIONED week In Jacksonville shopping.Mrs. \.
V. S. St. John and Mrs. Beautifully Worked
Cluff were* shopping in Ladies'Birthstone
Gainesville Thursday.Mr. DRESSER SETS I

and Mrs.\; V. S. St. John, Rings GOLD LOCKETS I M Me
duff, Miss Alice St
Mrs. Eleanor The Gift That Is Sure
CAA S. John attended an Eastern Star E
U S Thursday To 1'le.-. i
Meeting in Gainesville % i ,
night. of last week. -. '.
IDLING HACK STYLE WITH Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Shel-! 3 PC. to 20 PC. j
II'LATFORM SOLK. IN RED, v lie Hall attended the Denmark SETS t
1REEN ALSO< WinTK, YELLOW ROWO wedding In Jacksonville i'h.' .iiJl V a;, i I
Wednesday evening. ;
Mrs. M. C. Wells and Mrs $3.95
Shellie Hall and daughter, Sharon, f
Hennesy, and J. S. to HOLD TWO
Mrs.\; Carolyn 1'' PICTURES
in Jacksonville *\
Dennison were shopping
Thursday afternoon.Mr. $35.00 12.50 From 2.95 *

and Mrs.\; L. S. Hutto hadas
Sunday dinner guest Mr. and
Mrs J T. Talley and Mr. and Jo Plus 20 per cent Federal Tax
Mrs. Allen Green, of Jacksonville. 1 1q
of Jacksonville
Mrs. J. L. Jackson
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Delight Her Heart

Shellie Hall and Mra. L. S. Hutto. WITH THIS BRIDAL SET ; I
W. A. Stern has returned ;
Mrs JAe
22,95 .
home 'after undergoing an operation t t1
FRONT LACES. OPEN at Riverside Hospital .Inacksonville. -

EFFECTS. Mrs. George C. White of Tallahassee J ,I

4 spent three day here last .
/ week with her mother Mrs. O.W.

Alderman, who has been quite J"A

Casually Speaking These Non-Rationed Play 111 Mr. White was here visitedhis Saturday ,
few hours and I
for a
Shoes Are Tops They Look As Well DownTown mother Mrs. J. W. White. ---

As They Do In The Country.Sternberg's. Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville SOLID . NAME TO REMEMBER' : ,
was here the first of the GENUINE DIAMOND .. .. .. 6 }:
week visiting her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. R.Johns Jo 139 WEST CALL ST. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR )
Jr. Mrs. Hitch wa accompanIed $21.00
) to Jacksonville by her \
ster, Mrs. F: H. Long who will\ '--- ':" -%= :.: .jot i

remain there for aometlxne. J


Ik" fl

Ida;;,r at 7:30: p. m. I

. ". ".' .

Y .

the Ind. day of February, A. D., i As Clerk of Bald' --"""
$ of Edwards' who 'Home In Indiana'Technicolor Con rt
an employee 146. T. Prank Landrum
Argument Leads Wain- ZACft H. DOUGLAS, Atty. tor Starke
had formerly worked for [ LETTER BOX Plf. lit
THE Film Of nalnesvflle. Florida, Attorneyfor a.j 4t
To Knifing wrlght's t_t her. It happened Petitioner. It IN CIRCUIT COURT f

about 8:30: directly In front of Due At Park SundayPlaying COUNTY FLORIDA B Iyt'D'ot
H. Q. Wainwright of Hellbronn Starke. Florida Brooker, Fla. !NOTICIII CI RY. tlltl
the Coca-Cola plant Twenty- Edith
Notice Is hereby given to all Byrd Coleman
; Springs was a r est e d last five stitches were taken In Ed- Dear Sirs: March 1, 1945 Sunday Monday and whom it may concern that aa Executor : Case ,Jr Pialnllt. I
May I contribute the following Dear Editor: Tuesday at the Park Theatre will of the Estate of Eva I I kte y,

., ,"i week by the night police here recoveringat to Mrs. Duke's recent attempt to Somewhere I read that there be the "HomeIn Lord deceased I have filed FIn AND ORDER OF Pt'F.1.lft
knIfedi Accounting and will the Ito NOTICE
after he had attacked and on ) ATIAILORIDA
his home here. open the eyes of Americans and was no class system In these Indiana" starring Lon McAl- day of March 1946 petition th I STATE OF !:
;. I Gene Edwards. The encounter facts? United State all of us i County Judge of Bradford Count Robert H. Coleman, : po
There were several other men make them face the Perhaps lister and Jeanne Crain. It tells I ( Jr..
: 848419(14. Co.
brief for Final
happened after a exchange Florida Discharge! du 4.3.
.,i have heard or read it during our beautiful and of He .. 2nd En APOI61P
'. of words between the two about with Edwards' at the time but ARE WE WORTH IT? I a exciting story such Executor.W.\ 8ntimaster ""
+ lifetime. I hardly think that Is spirited youth, lovely women, fast B. SEWELL, New York New Yo.PO(
n they were across the street when Every day . Yea every sec- Executor of the Estate of You are required. ,
a true statement when applied horses and proud men againstthe Eva B. LorI Deceased. April Z, 184S, !In to a
'/:1 i ,Yon keep buying the actual; knifing took place. Men ond are. dying just for us. to the present day. The fact remains brilliantly colorful backgroundof J-23 4t S-1S Court seeks and divorce cause. use

Wainwright was released under that when one is born ofa county fairs and the great Cupl
Telegraph Dublieh
Do ever to reckon ix! rinrrrr rornr nnADFonn shall
am BONDS ( low class* class system 1)) In next four this On
tl $300 bond. What to do about the fuss? "apple pie" country. COI'IWTV. FLOHIDAI IV C CHANCKIIV. Witness. my weekly l88u...
life. Per- hand
he remains there all his i
j True we often think about it, Walter Brennan gives what Is I. Herbert seal at '1orida"jh tt r
-- '" stained Garrett Plaintiff vs. ,1945 : t'l
( his have a
\'f 5 See the evidence each day. haps parents easily his most outstanding char- Sarah alien!: Uarrett D. f endant. ruary alrd. 1"
reputation. Auto maUcally this Case No. 3619.ORDER (OFFICIAL REAL) A,
; Our Specialty. . acter portrayal to date. His role A. J ? I
,, But do we practice: what we characterand OF PUBLICATION Clerk of sold Court' hoe
blot is pinned onto his T. Frank 1
-*hat of "Thunder" Bolt the AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Landrum Starke Flom
Chili O Hot Doge Sandwiches preachIn It Is to remove it. Atty, for Pit ,
y t O what we do and say? Impossible proud horse trainer whose STATE OF. FLORIDA. to: Sarah a t {t 1
Even though the boy or girl is .hat-j Ellen Uarrett whose residence and
,' Those friends and loved ones tered dreams are revived nMdress In: 4941 Catharine Street,

i'r, ;? THE HOME over there as nice as those who persecute young and Impetuous boy Philadelphia, .Pennsylvania.You . j
) forever branded are required to appear on
them they
? :Ii OF HOME COOKING Should have your best--deserve are of chance to "secret" filly-la tailor-made t o I April 2, 1946. In the above named.
without a ghost a -
it! the three-time Academy Award I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
themselves innocent and seeks divorce.. Bradford County
winner who it with
But do they think we're being of plays deep Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
fair.And worthy respect. understanding and warmth.In next four weekly Issues..
\' l Is to the sharp Witness my hand. and official
This due mainly
that we're really worth It? other roles three'
Important seal at Stark, Florida this February
q erry'sCALL . and usually untrue tongue of gos- comparative newcomers to the 24th., 1946. .

:: ; sip. If people in general would (OFFICIAL !REAL) A. J. Thomas,
what if ten
So we buy our percent screen provide one of the most An Clerk nf said Court.
,:, of
learn to their noses out
'/,..,'j keep refreshing treats of the year Lon William D. Morgan, Clark Bldg.Jacksonville .
other people's business and keep Fla. Atty for Pit STREET And an extra bond each drive? McCallister whose performance as"California"
world 3-2 4t 3-23
their mouths shut this
). NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION Their dollars too each month In "Stage Door Can- -
would be much better place to
.. are sent a teen" marked him as a truly iv! t-inniT coritT Jut'DFOnD

";" D --' -.... To ride right by our side. live in. exciting discovery firmly establishes (('O'TY'.:"Y.' FE.OIUIJAI. iv cii.iv-

.: I It's their blodd. their sweat / Perhaps this Bounds a bit on his light to stardom with John R. Welsh Plaintiff vs. MarIe No

I '."' ("\ their tears the raw side. I don't mean it to his winning portrayal of Sparke Welsh, Defendant. Case. No. Matter

) .'.I.( .. .' .' Their prayers and sacrifices. be. I'm stating simply and briefly the boy who has so much to learn 3623.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

.v., It'a their pain in heart and a few bare facts that we all about women' and horse, .Jeanne NOTICE TO APPEAR What B
recognize as true, la hope that it STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margie ranel
flesh that sears Crain Is enchanting as the girl
% Welsh whose residence Is: Ht. No.
( It's the Quality i of leadership That will see us through this will show some people what Inhuman whose problem is to get Sparketo 2, Heath Springs, outh Carolina.
beasts they are or give You are required to appear on
1 of
crisis. consider her as more than a April 2, 1946 In the above named Service
k These are the things with them something new to talk a- mere "pa]," while June Haver Court and ('Ru.e. wherein plaintiff

: that makes Leaders : which we deal- bout-and stretch! does a wonderful job in completing Telegraph seeks divorce.shall. 'publish Bradford this. County OrderIn

Look around from where you The cause of this article Is the triangle. next four w.ekly"u., You're In .

1'1, altWork- just this: A girl of respectable Witness. my hand and official ..
background dates a boy of doubt- Charlotte Green woo d. Ward seal at Starke, Florida, this February
and give until you feel Bond and Charles Dingle deliver 26, 1945.OFFICIAL .
IC You've made us really worth it. I ful heritage. Immediately the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
their standard of
fl' gossips of a certain neighborhood high act-.

1 .'1' lf rlro EtR The price to pay . The deed turn their raise tongues their eyebrows loose on and the ing.On every count-story, production f4 . just like mother

: :;' art Ihl.LeadtrS to do . Innocent couple. Stories fly direction, sheer 'beauty and FIND
used make"
r rdl Come onl! Where is your nerve? acting performances-"Home In
J.. If all untrue. The girl's parents
',,' .)1 No one can sit around and rue hear some of them and she Indiana" stands in a class by .

The lack of ways to serve. itself. It's really grand entertainment -
'.I catches all fury In no time flat!

',1.j! And when you've left no stone I There la no use for her to cor- a delightful Atonic for A HEARTY

::1t"J. \ unturned rect them. Not even her own these times that shouldn't be LAPPERelief

J.. 4(; AWYCw.nM.nwA aw/a, aY.4 plNtiW And lie at night to rest, parents believe her because these missed.
"' With pride and heartis
j "" hope your citizens Also will be the latest
'"''t' supposedly trustworthy showing WELCOME
burned . .
told them and they believe it. March of Time and War news. *"f
You know done
}h'I'' It is absolutely unfair to the
Then . God with boy And girl. They have done "ITY, FLORIDA l.\ CHAN f at
r pray pray
: "TOP The Evening all his nothing wrong,,but how can they CERY.
powersTo prove it? Who will believe them Naomi .Boa man. Plaintiff vs.
;> do bit. Cleveland Bone Defendant.
help man
you your
, '; ; against the whole town? Gossip .
Case No. 3610.ORDER
.1:,' ,\ Off withe And when the day of Victory'sours ., '
: t is the worst thing one can possibly OF PUBLICATION JORDANSlBvAR

hear, and the easiest to AND NOTICE TO APPEAR :At Last
> May we be really worth it. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cleveland -
: believe.To Boseman, whose residence. and
-; NUTS a certain extent it Is all address Is State Penitentiary, 1515
.- But the battle, when we've won list Street Columbia South Caro-
right to judge a person by his '
0.u.1titJ Will yet not be the end. lina. ForYourCough
_, t background but for the good of
1 AND COFFEE You are required to appear on
X 'TIs then we'll find we've just
March. 26. 1945. In the above named.
-1\0 d.. all concerned why not give- thema
". begun Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
bt.o1p.. Our World Peace to defend. chance to prove themselves seeks divorce, custody of minor it help to the seat of the
,) 'e1 worthy of respect? children. and support money. Bradford trouble to loosen and expel
\,I e 401,1 /\,, We must decide who Is to pay If I have shocked I am County Telegraph. shall. pub- germ laden phlegm and aid natureto PADDY LIBRETTI MGR
/,: se .o- And judgment must be passed you Huh this Order In next four weeklyissues soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed
It's that this situation .

'1\\ te sorry. just l bronchial mucous mem-
. .
"f ':': ...,0.'" whenever I run upon it, Witness. my hand and official seal branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
'J Show them we mean just what 115 WEST CALL ST.
at Starke Florida this February
bottle of Creomulslon with the
\ makes Irish blood boil! understanding
_______ my good
22, 1945.
we : must like the It
I say If any-of have an inclination (OFFICIAL JtEAL) A. J. Thomas, you way
"Peace this time must last!" you As Clerk of said Court. quickly allays the cough or you are I
irJ'" . to'put a person down without to have youn money back. .
The world, all men, we then J. S. Harrison 105 Law Exchange -
-- --- ----- - - ----- -- -
I giving him a chance please take Bldg. Jacksonville Florida. Atty. CREOMULSION .
Made from freshF must shove
2-23 4t 3-18 ,
for Pit
stock of yourself before
':!' HAMBURGERS From out the dismal pit; you for Coughs,Chest Colds.Bronchitis = - --
F : P ground sirloin steak cause someone unhappiness.My NOTICE
The must
+ from
strength come
ardent wish is that this Notice la hereby. given that Edna
: '; up above . Peele, convicted of manslaughterIn .
: The hits the people of a certain town the Circuit Court of Bradford
But will we then be worth it?
1 t.'HOtD GS hard and that they take heed. County Florida., on the 14th day of
Swift' -Velma Norman January 1944, will apply to the
Rosa Allen
Lee Q
I r State Pardon Board of the Stateof .o S
" ,- Route 1, Box 1 Florida as soon a. her Petition
: Mac Dill Field Fla. be heard within thirty (30)
Made from pure r Brooker Fla. may
I ORANGEADE March 3, 1945 days after the date of this notice

p .;" ;, l/I, Florida fruit Editors mans did at Malmedy. No, and DATED request at clemency.Starke, Florida this '

; 'f -- Bradford County TelegraphDear Americans your boys were

1 Sirs: taught the American way, the l C bed

": Concerning article In the fair-play wayl! We all know of YOU CAN GET Ivert 6
.. /i f DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP Telegraph dated Feb. 16, 1945, the Jap and German atrocities REAL ElIEFumt. 1
,: but
I\ about German Prisoners of War can you picture your sons
'.,1'. 125 WEST CALL STREET at Mac Dill Field: I committing such acts? / ACID :
The P.W.'s on this field are en-
.. i JalklngABOUT
; I am an ex-Starklte stationed INDIGESTION
gaged In tasks running from
'4 ----------- .
--- -- -
_ ;' 'I ; at this field. The opinions ex
plumbing to kitchen
police. They
I '
; pressed herein are those of an Individual -
" .., work and they receive pay as
and not to be
interpreted -
r "S set forth a't
the Geneva Convention
/ as "representing any branch of They have the privilege of IBISMAREXCarpenter's
: WONDER 6\ the Armed Forces, or any other
: personnel on this base. saluting A m e rican Officers, a

-, Granted Army menus sound privilege denied to A m e r I can
prisoner confined here for viola-
much better than the meals taste.
tion of Army Regulations.I'm '
Mrs. Bessie DavisProprietor However, the sample of P.W. not protecting the Prisoners Drug Store
meals listed in article and
of War. But please remember

:: SHOP quoted from the Washington that they have not violated any

llerry-Go-Ruund are typical of of our laws. Their imprisonmentIS t ?wf. iSTROOT

the ones fed me, a Mac Dill sol- IELLII REALOrev4eaf
dier. This field evidently is 13JSTATJi) .J'ne
So, for the sake of your boys
.. ., biding by the Geneva ConventionIn advertiser of romn-
; ',ii i who are now prisoners of war, fryropeHy.. .... mnile. over
this respect.' ,_ _
and for the decency of the Ameri- .000 sales of Homes Farm.-
The quality of food receivedby ArBi, Darer. from sill over tie
can Race let'the Army Authorities World. Free ope lUtlnv.E. .
the Army is above reproach.
handle this situation as they A.STROUT REALTY AGENCYRepresented
Would you want the mess sergeants -
g- see fit. Despite the hatred that
9' In charge of the P.W.
v j we all have for these races can'tyou
meSHes to leave fresh meats out
9 to 9 Dally
? see that It's the Locally by
In the sun for 'a day in order out? way. F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH Restaurant t t Hours; Except Tuesday
1rI that the P.W.'s would receive the
f -An American Soldier. 116 8.-,Walnut St.
Mounted same treatment that our soldiersare
P Alligators f
I r getting in Japan ? Rememberthat OFFICES
Lee Human Pocketbooks these mess sergeants are

/k rl your American boys. You didn't' front office of F. C. Hol-

raise them that way I The Armydldn.t Ingsworth's E.. A Strout realty You're Service Man
tt Military Jewelry a
train them that way agency on Walnut St., has been

Nor can I picture your boys, recently remodeled and divided

"J lt: Shell Novelties and Souvenirs the sons that you reared mowing Into two modem offices. Mr. and are looking for

down defenseless men as the Ger- Hollingsworth has one of the

Head Scarfs and Pillow Tops outer offices and retains the In-

1 ,v f+9.1 side office, while, the Gulf Life the right things at the '

Mexican Handmade Jewelry DANCINGNIGHTLY Insurance Company here has the f

other outside office. H. O. '

fi', "' Alligator Pocketbooks, Billfolds and Brown attorney also has an in- right price.

L ner office at the same location.
Key Cases
''If i

iv! ('0 rinrvrr I'JITT. FLORIDA rornr. BRADFORD IV! CHAN V -I S -I. T ;
Toys and All Kinds of Easter Gifts at CKHY. I :

John .Ilubcr. Plaintiff vs. Eileen
for the Kiddies Huber. Defendant.. Case No. 3804.


TTuhar, whose residence I. %) Weir
WatfiJ 89SO South D o r a heeler, Chicago
3 MILKS: SOUTII OF 3h In.ts.
You are required. to
a, 1 -r PALATKA ON IHWAY 17 March. it. 194$, In the Above appear named on
and Court and cause., wherein plain "THE STORE ALL SOLDIERS
Music By tiff seek. divorce. E'radford County KNOW
Telegraph shall publish this Order
gfr !9/ reel BOB FINLEY"The In next four weekly lsues. .
Au f Old Maestro" Witness my hand and official. Heal
at Starke, Florida thla
and his 20. I94S. February JEWELRY


- rL T. Frank '..."dram..Blarke., Florida.
: Atty. for fit. 2-23 4t I-l



r S .
I A,

4 .. . . '""_
+ ,1J s r :; : ''0 : +0. rovroJwb ,w, ,

''' ,'. '' ''' . . ",
; : ; : > - -

1"0" 0 ri rt i


. . . pent the week-end with her . . . .. . . . a . . . . . NOTICH OK APPLICATION 1945. :
; .I mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson I Humphrey Bogart, I FOR TAX IJlolCnClI. Dated this 22nd., day of Feb. ,
Graham ....* Hill No. l m ruary, A. I>. 1 4S.OFFICIAL .
Sam Swindell
heressaV was a business I HamptonBy Lauren BacallIn :NOTICE: is HEREBY, UIVKN: That ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, '
visitor to Jacksonville Friday. B. Y. Saxon bolder of Tax Certificate Clerk
Ida n By Mr\ / Edward Norman M.... M.:O. Florida Film No. 304, issued.. the I..t. day of Circuit Court of Bradford ,
By' Ml. .e . Uag. . MM. J. S. Swindell, Mrs. J. P. . . . . . . . . . . .Sweeney e . . of July A. D. 1(42. has filed earns County. Florida. I-SI tt 2.19Kee,94' IitNIaHd
In office and has made
V Dickinson and Mrs. S. R. Swin my iiupll- I
Playing at the Florida Theatre .
nation for a tax deed to be issued
'5./Sibley and dell were shop ping In Starke BIRTHDAY DINNERMrs. thereon. Said certificate embrace
Mrs "Goodnight Uncle George", the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday will :
and Ruth VI1 iled Mr. Sib- Tuesday.S I F. T. Abernathy celebrated Senior claaa play will be presented be "To Have and Have Not" star- the the following County of described Bradford. property, State of In :1pUI
Met '
parent in F 10rahOuIe Sun- 1-c B. F. Geiger of Sanford her 68th birthday anniversary at the school auditorium, Fri- ring Humphrey Bogart and sul- Florida, to-wit I

1 visited his mother, Mrs. J. P. Sunday with a dinner at her day, March 16, at 8:15: p.m. The try new-comer L a u ren Bacall, 1 A on W aide of SW>4 of NW4

Donald CocWne visited Dickinson Sunday.Mr. home. Dinner wa spread In the cast Includes the entire graduating with Walter Brendan and Dolores Township I g Vt and. adjoining 7 South Kane Hy section 22 East 2V,,. *V :'

tie Wesley Webb, Sunday. and Mr. Arthur MtllUcen front yard beneath a large oak. class, which Is the eighth Moran In the supporting cast. containing 1 acre more or le**.

lend W. D. Garrett of Starke and. children Sylvia and Glenn of Present with Mr. and Mrs. Abernathy grade, and Is *a comedy drama of The story concerns the meetingof The esament of the said prop-
S. I for erty under the said certificate l Is.sued -
this occasion were high school days. Mrs. May two Americans, Harry "Steve" -
Mi and Mrs. wa In the name of unknown. Start Your Post-War'
Reynoldsand Touchton, principal, directs the Morgan (Humphrey Bogart) and
where I sit. Joe Marsh daughter Jeanette of Jacksonville play and is confident that "Slim" Unless said certificate hall b. Now "
Rom ..fy every- (Lauren Bacall) on the redeemed according to law, the Planning
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Ab- one will receive his full quota of Island of Martinique, halfway property described therein will be
ernathy of Tampa :Mrs Drew Place Your Order Now For
entertainment. round the world; and the events old to the highest bidder at the
and daughter, Mrs. Arnold Was- which occur before they are able courthouse door on the first Monday The Following Appliances: '
How Sober HoskinsGot din, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rey- Mrs: Charles South, who hag to leave the \Island together.In In the month of April, UU,
nolds, all of Jacksonville, Mr. spent several weeks here, has returned which U tbe 2nd., day of April, ,

and Mrs. Bob Surrency, Tampa, to her home in Toccoa, need of a few extra dollarsto ;
His Name Ga. pay Sllm's plane passage a- BENDIX
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr.
Wynn, and
way from the island, Bogart and AJ
Mrs. Tom Graves, Mrs. Buna Miss Shirley Seley of CItra AUTOMATIC
his pal, Eddie! hire out their
I Cummings, all of Sampson City spent the past week-end with HOME LAUNDRY
Sober Hosklns From where I sit, there'maybe power-boat to a group of French- CI/O DcREAKFAST
rybodY kids and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. FrazIer, her mother Mrs. Annie Seley
something In what Sober'swtbatit's men who are intent on raising
|ut his name. Of course, they Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin. Sgt. Sgt. and Mrs. Carl I Werkingand
Sober dad says. Naming chlldren afterer havoc with the Vichy authoritieson
appropriate. and Mrs. Woods, Mr and Mrs.J. son Robert, who have had the inland. A running sea bat
virtues is a fine old Americana
drinks anything stronger E. Call, Mrs. Math Wasdin and an apartment at Silver Lane off
tle follows and shoves
Look at the names of Bogart i
In glass of beer. And a custom. children, Mrs. Carl Broughtonand House, moved last Tuesday to In his little craft with the motley RANGES : ,
the fields there our pioneers and pilgrims:Faith, children and Mr, 1
ter worker In and Mrs. Keystone Heights. group he has rescued and heads and see how much better WATER HEATERS '
Pious Charity,Hope, Ernest. Leon
|er was.Isbncks. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and for the open sea. you feel all day.
should use such Mrs. Abernathy received many children of Starke spent Sundayas
Maybe we
Is and
Bogart cast
as a rough
says often. And one I'd useful gifts which were openedfor guests of Mr. Guy's mother, As These Become Available
'Sober'ejustawe names more ready, soft-he a r.t e d mug who I
ft named Sober looked that way like to add Is'Tolerance.If we Inspection by the guests. Mrs. J. T. Guy. plows his way through an assortment CAMPDINER We Will Fill Orders ; '
be bo....' LIke we all bad Tolerance for a middle LINDA YOUNG Sgt. and MI'!!. Peterson and I of events, both rough-and- In Order of Application I"I,
Bcn be was and till name, and lived up to It, we'd Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Young an- children David and Marlene left tumble and romantic, to emerge 1""
ird his sister 'Cay, hare a better,happier world. nounce the birth of a daughter, last week to spend a furlough In :with more than his share of the
ier sister'Prissy.!AJkdWaha4 Sunday morning March 11. The their old home In Michigan. sp o 11 s. Miss Bacall, a honey- BED LAMPS
effect on all of fem," he add A.I Mjrs. O. W. Rahmfr, St., and haired siren
.A' baby has been named Linda. with a sultry voice, & DESK LAMPS '
U, spirit. (felsird U the old 80e I Mrs. Hazel Starr returned Friday slithers through scene after scene, If:
in the Hoskins family.) Mrs. Joe Call and Mrs. Frank from a stay of several days In doing her best to Intrigue Mr. Corner Call & Cherry
Abernathy were In Starke on I Jacksonville. who simmers I
Bogart, once Intrigued, r
\lI1 of o Sates Copyright 1943; Uaitmt Slate Owner Foundation business Thursday of last week. W. A. Saxon, USN, was a Sun gratlfyingly. In her sensa- [ RADIO

Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler day guest of relatives here. tional debut in this film Miss

spent the weekend with Mr. Mrs Lynn Newsom of Grenada Bacall establishes herself as an Highest Quality SERVICE !

Fowlers uncle in Gainesville.Mrs. Miss., returned to her home Sun- actress with a future, with no ,

Old Sarge's Place J. L. Jackson of Jacksonville day after spending several months more effort than the eloquent liftIng STEAKSand

is spending a few days this here to be near, her husband whois of her eyelids. She introducesa !

week with! _her brother and sister- stationed at Camp Blanding. new song': hit, "How Little We WINKLER

MARKETS ORIGINAL in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn and Know".

Norman.. Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Watterson The film ''Is adapted from a CHOPS

ARMYSTORE Flake Watson 'is on the sick were shopping in Jacksonville novel by Ernest Hemingway and ELECTRIC

list In our community this week, Friday. Is one of the most suspense-laden
but is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Waters of films of recent times. SERVICE :
recent visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman Alachya were 9 A. M. 9 M. I
:Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touchton. NOTICE OF\T1ONFOli Open P.
and son attended church in Rising TVX HK.ICIt 226 Temple Ave.
/ Sunday night. Mrs. O. L. Harrison of Wild- (angels Illll No. lfl.t> Daily Except Thursdays
fMr. wood spent Sunday visiting old NOTlf'K IS HIO RUBY UIVEN,
Authorized and Mrs. Clarence Frazier That Lydia ColllnM., and Jentlemon
friends here. Mrs. Harrison Is a Smart Collins holder of Tax. Certificate .
In Waldo Sunday. ---- ------------------------------
The War were visiting former resident and enjoyed renewing No. 3W. Issued, the 2nd,
By Department Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodge acquaintances.Mr. day of September. A. U. 1040, has
filed name In my office and nan
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Berry and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonand made application for a tax. dyed
and attending to business to be iHHiied. thereon. Halt certificate SERVICES
Operated I Dyal Mrs. Luther 'Watteraon attended embrace.. the following described ,
here Sunday afternoon. the Baptist Sunday School property In the County of
By an Ex-Soldier to Association In Gainesville Tues- Bradford suite of Florida to-wlt:
Nate Dyal went High Springs
4 A Com at NW Cor of NW"4 of J
Monday after peanut seed da)'. NEVi & run H 420 ft. 10 830 ft N 210 I EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT ;
ft. W 420 tt.oJ 210 tt. W 210 ft. to
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and
James D. S 1-c who is .
lie.. Section Ii, Township 7 South"' ,
stationed at the Patrol Plane daughters Margaret and Lucile of Kange 22 Kant containing 4 Aries ,v

HEADQUARTERSFOR Base, Elizabeth City, North Caro- Dasher, Ga., arrived Saturday to more or lu"...

ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES lina, returned to his base Sunday spend several,day. a' with relativesand erty The under assessment the sold of the certificate Bald prop-InMued SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. IJ

after spend I ing a 10-day leave friends. wan In the, name of unknown. : :
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY with his parents, Mr: and Mis. T.: Mr. and 1
L. Casey in Graham. He Is sta- and Mr. and Mrs. Claude May property described therein will be Everyone Invited To Come And Feel' , J' ;
and children spent Sunday sight- Mold to the highest. bidder at thecourthouse '
tioned aboard a navy crash boat door on the first Monday You Are A Part Of Us. 1l".
with headqua r t e r s at a CoastGuard seeing in St Augustine.Mrs. In the month of April, 146,i
en Suslow'sArmy Station. S 1-c Casey took Men-lit Hear and child- which I la the 2nd, day of April,
ren Kenneth and Jo Anne spent 1945. LH f
his 'boot' training at Bainbridge Dated. this 19th duy of February, \
Md., and has been stationed in the week-end with.' her father In 1945. 'I '

Store Elizabeth City for over a year. Lake Butter. Clerk fIJI I'lCIAr.of Circuit SHAD Court A.of J. L"radtord Thomas ,
of Jacksonville Mission !
Sgt. L. C. Smith left Wednesday Miss recently Madge visited Gay her parents, County, Florida. 2-23 4t 3-16 Gospel ;

to return to his base in LakeCharll's.
D9 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay.Sunnybrook. NOTICE TO 4'Kii>ITOItHAll
after spending a
La. persons having claim or d... Assembly Of God 1 "
leave with relatives here and in S . . . . . mande against the entitle of VidaV. : :
--,!\ Waldo. Morgan deceanod are hereby

There will be a member of the claim notified In and the required office if to the file County their JUST WEST OF n GATE. CAMP BLANDINGJ. ;

Red Cross War Fund committeeat Judge of Bradford County, Florida. ,
In the Courthouse at Htarke, Florida .
t/f church Sunday .morning to By l'lril. ArsuU Crawford within eight calendar. month .
RES THE take your contributions to this . . . . . . from the date of the first publication q !
don : 'of thin notice, or the name
11 drive. Please come prepared to will become void according to law. j'?
tfvei v t donate to this cause.' A special Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Knowles This February 21, 194S Ii I
collection will be taken in both and baby of Polkston, Ga., and Executor:. of the Kant Will and

churches in the next two weeksto Mrs. Walter Underhill, of Rising Testament ceased. of Vlda V. Morgan, de THROUGH THESE PORTALS'PASS '

how to spend help our community reach our section were dinner guests of Knlarht & Knight THE BEST SOLDIERS '
T. Abernathy j'
alloted quota. F. Atty.. for Executor' 1-23 4t 8-16
'. Is chairman of the committee.F. Mr.: and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and ON EARTHWATCH '
a pleasant hour or, T. Abernathy has heard recently -family Sunday. Rev. Knowles Ill CIRCUIT COl'HT. BKAIIPOnn 1
I from his nephew, Sgt. Jack conducted the services Sunday CERY. l'i.
two with your friends . Abernathy, who is In a German CKarlea 0 r.t ory, Plaintiff, v.. ,i.I.i.
., He said that he Morning and evening at Corinth Josephine Gregory, Defendant Case 4v I.. I',
prison camp. No. 3(108.(
was well, but no other informa- Baptist church. ORDER OF PUBLICATION j ;

)rop into Blanding Center tion could be given. Cpl. Charles Wilkerson of Camp STATE AND NOTICE OF FLO1UDA TO APPEAR to: Jo*.- the 1
I Blanding attended church Sun- phlne Gregory, whoa residence I* :
I Ocala spent the week-end with day and was a dinner guest of 664 Ovlnitton Avenue, Brooklyn

ar . Order a glass of Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Miss Betty Crosby. New You'York.are required to appear on

{ Miss Ida Hagan, Kenny Thomas Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly had March 28, 1945, In the above named t
Ice cold beer and and Mrs. C. A. Beck and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
just and Mr. ao their guests Sunday, Mr, .e.U" divorce. Hradford County
were business visitors to Melrose Mrs. Nayon Tomllnson and child Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn :

pit back and relax in Saturday.Mrs. ren, Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and Witness next. tour. my weekly hand I"and MU,,".official

W. C. Rhoden has returned children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank seal at Htarke, Florida, thl. February :, t' tJ'
he Starke after spending some Mr. and Mrs. Jess Vin- 20 19411.fOFFICIAL .
to Keerse.
5 most
popular spot in town SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
time with her husband in Colum- Ing, .Mrs. Jessie Bohannan, Mrs. A* Clerk of said Court.T. I
bia S. C.Don't Bill Smith and children, all of Frank Landrum, Htarke. Florida I
for Plf. 2-23 4t 3-11 I
forget church Saturday Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Atty. t

LANDING,. .<< night and Sunday at the Baptist James Johnson of Jacksonville. r

Church; also servIce i a at the Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Batten and II 't

ENTERA: I ? Christian Church. daughter Frances were visiting I: 'I I
Apprentice Seaman Martin H9r-I Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner Sun- (, :

r> MAYBEULE sey, Jr. has arrived to spend a: day. ,I.". i,

** J. HYDE leave following his completion of Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Spires of 4 , .

MANAGER 'boot' camp In Great Lakes 111., Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. '

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. Spires brother-in-law and sister, ( ,'. '

M. Hersey. Mra. Floyd Crosby and children ', '1

s Mr.- and Mrs. J. R.- Kelly and DRY 'c "\; l :

family Sunday. ? I
CttAJlt '
Those enjoying *a fish-fry at C j,,,.

Sampson Lake ,Saturday after- I
soon were Mr. and Mm. O. E. I'

Crosby and children Mr. and ',.. '
r it'sGISLAIN'S Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children.Mr. NOW'S THE TIMETo 'Iit I
and Mrs. Lester Crosby and it:' 1e I ;;

Mr. Get Out Thorn Lighter I
children, Mrs. Evelyn Crosby, j .
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and children Suits and Dresses and our records show t; '

Mrs. Arsula Crawford and Bring Them to The over two million sol'L : 1"

baby, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Con- Cleaner. Plenty of Warm made '
for ner and baby, Mr. and Mrs. H. Days Now When Your ) it.

B. Kelly bad children Mr. and Winter Clothes Will Feel purchases in our ;'{ , t
Mrs. U. T. Crosby, Mr. and M rs. I
Religious J. R. Kelly and children, Pvt. Too Heavy. stores. There must .

SHELL LAMPS and Mrs. William Crosby and be a reason. j jI'

I baby, O. M. Bennett and Mrs. 1'N .

Beulah Kelly. NEW \ l

TRAYS Corner Call and Christian BU. J

Rev. W. O. Sniwltoy. factor II. STORES :

Services as follows: ,

Imported From GIFTS Bible School each Sunday at .

), West Indies 10 a. m.Preaching. ROBERT GREEN, Owner J.
and communion ser
'vices at 11 a. m. and 7:3e p. m. d
6 GREETING CARDS Prayer meeting each Wednes R
day at 7:30: p. m.




,. '
,. ,. .8. I",.

II 4' SOCIETY and CLUBS Griffis-Revels Group of StoresTo FARM NOTESBy L. E. ,kli'"er--D, -:.;.;:;

i Close All Day L. T. Dyer, County Agent In Nresident' '
: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Revels announce Boy Scout ,jtmrnLLynn
v v the' marriage of their On WednesdaysStarke Government will buy eggs. L. : tt

.' Ladies Auxiliary fop the coming year and Mrs. daughter Guynell to William E. M. White manager of the State N, folny

C, F Ward as Treasurer The Grlffle, son of Mr and Mrs. G. military supply and Farmers' Market, states that he News Notes (a'/'

Met Tuesday following chairmen were appoint E. Grlffis./ souvenir and novelty shops will has arranged to buy eggs on two day lnafter -ake B".1 eat Pd!.

ed: Mra K. G. Duncan, Missionary The ceremony was performedby be closed all day on Wednesday days each week, Thursday acid at hot pM4i
of they
The Ladles .
Auxiliary Education, Mrs. J e a aette beginning this week and contlnu- Friday at the market at east end Will i bon
Presbyterian Church held its the Rev I* D, .Halne, at, his TROOP 70 and
Literature Mrs. R. F. reareN irks ,'.
4 business afternoon Young home, Thursday, March I, Present ipg until approximately November of platform. An Installation of the Scoutmaster w" Iht

meeting Tuesday on of
fl.. at the Church Service Cen Clark, Stewardship Mrs M C. I were the bride' parents and 1. This closing is chiefly to Eggs will be purchased In any and Troop Committeemen .th. J. D. Mat

{ c1 ter. Mrs. B. C. H 0 1 t zendort, J.Mayhugh Chandler, Spiritual Overseaa Life;Supplies Mrs W. 'her sister, Catherine and their provide a day off for employeesand quantity. AU egg will be candled -. oT will be held at the Starkeand j jewwei:: for many lrta
.. ; attendants Miss Esther Grlffla, managers as most of these size and' I otat'5r'Club' luncheon next Wed- Sarah Mlrer,
president, preaid d. The meetingwas and graded for : qtial-i'
Mrs, E. M. Davis, Social Education
opened with the Lord's I ; Mrs. T N. Kendrick, Manse; sister of the groom, and Cpl. eltabllshments"are, open all ,dayon Ity. The price'paid will rang.i>gfesday. Members of Troop 70 Funeral se!?-lces, were held

/ 4 Prayer and as this was the close Mm. J. M. Mitchell Flowers; Bernard Thibert of Camp Standing Sundays. from 30 cent per dozen' down will be guests of the club for 4. o'fclock Monday afternoon In d

of the auxiliary year, annual reports Mrs. V. S. 'St. John .Church Ser The following places of bual- owing to grade.. He says thaf; puncheon and Installation cere- residence at ttew Smyrna th
left immediately .- ness have signified their willing monies will' follow Mindr' had &! :
were given. vice ..Center; and Miss Lucille The young couple the average 'paid should be_about Immediately. been a city '
for ness to cooperate: P. S. Stores is desired that all of New eIllPloy
Mr T N. Kendrick, chairman Mitchell 'membership. after the ceremony a 27 to 28 cents. It Scouts and Smyrna for about '
brief are Hollywood Camera &: Gift Shop Committeemen be at this yeara and 21'
wedding trip. They' Light' Trucks to be available. present was,.chief
I' : of the Manse Committee gave a An Interesting letter was received Ben Suslow's Store Shaf-- engineer
horde where time. :
making their here -municipal:
Farmers who can show a need fora power plant
irJ1 full report redecorating the from. Lt. Evelyn Stump, kln's, Rogers Jewelry and Army at ,*
oil( ) Mr. Orlffla is an employee of pickup truck may make application time of his death.

Manse. Mrs. W.' J. Chandler of Key West'ltb a donation for Orange Lines.WSCS I Supply, Petite Photo Shop Won- through' this office, now, TROOP 112 He is survived by his

chairman of Overseas Hospital the auxiliary.T5 der Gift Shop, National' Army with some hope elt getting one. Troop 112 won the attendance Mrs, Ida Powell wldor
t t Supplies reported that 500 surgical to MeetThe Store Gem Jewelry, Druckers', ,The WPB has authorized the contest for February and memo Miner; a daun,
' dressings and other supplies R. C. Dampier returned last Main Military Victory Military manufacture of a'limited number bers were presented tickets to the ter. Mrs. R. L. Whltesldes of KB

{ 1 had gone out. The nominating week to the Mississippi Ordnance Woman's Society of Christian Stag, Bradford Photo Shop of these to be a va table this Florida Theatre. West, and a stepdaughter, lilt

committee Mrs. K. M Davis and Plant after spending a furloughhere Service of the Methodist United Military Store, and GIs- spring and summer. Marvin Harper Billy Cressler W ,W. Praetorlus of Cocoa,
; r 'j Mrs. V. S. St. John announced church will meet :Monday after laln's.Baptist. and Marcus Brown
with his family. He expectsto GlaM q ntalners. Arrangementshave passed the Among the relatives
y t that Mrs. O. B. Stunabury had' noon, at 3:30: o'clock, at the been made with the salvage Tenderfoot test and became memo the funeral from attend,!l
':een selected as Vice President go overseas soon. church. Business and program ChurchAt department a t Camp Blanding : bers of the Troop at'the meeting here were ,C I

L. I -- --.. meeting. Mrs. L. A Davis, of for glass containers-quarts, half : Monday night. Powell. Mr. and Mrs J. H. FIeld
Circle One, will have charge of the Sunday morning 'servicein Plans' and daughter Hazel,
; : gallon, and gallon Jugs and jars. are now being made for all t/,/
HELP <; the program. the First Baptist Church ,the The only cost for these If ordered an investiture service to be held Starke and :Mrs. Effte Miner w
"The Command
& and tactful consideration for all those pastor will speak on through this office will be the soon 'at which the Chatter for Mary Ann Wells of Lawtey.

l y who need help and consideration Business Men and Commission" given by hauling. Those who want these Troop 112 will be presented.
the Lord Jesus Christ to man. A I'V
; COURT. ilK\Dro;;
containers should list their ordersat
all within modern )
are a moderately
Of Kingsley Lake Baptism service,. will be held at COVN'rV. FLORIDA, I'll t:1I": ,
7i priced and conscientious Service. this office at the earliest. date Legislator Back I CflJItV.
Ruth Lee Dunn
j Organize C. of C. possible. Bryant PlarhtlN
Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. Soil Conservation Prog ram. From So. FloridaN. Case v.. Lawton No;' ,9699.OitDER Bryant. Sr.. Derehdam

A reorganization meeting was will study the '"Law of Life", a ; Florida's share of the federal' OF PUBLICATION

: held Wednesday a t t e moon at summary of the Commandmentsas AAA Soil ConservaUon funds for D. Wainwright 'Jr., who: will STATE AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Kingsley Beach by property own- given by I Jesus. payments to farmers for practices represent Bradford punty'at'the Bryant Sr OF, whose FLORIDA address to: I in LaW: t.!"

., DEWITT C. JONES era, business men and former Training Unions will meet at carried 'out in 1945 la near: Legislative session Lawton Bryant A.BN. 14035169 Hq

AMBULANCE SERVICE!: members of the Kingsley Lake 6:45: p. m., to study "The Bible, ly three 'million dollars. While returned from _a two. weeks' trip Co Postmaster, E09 Prcht., New Bn York. A.P.O, New, 484"rod i 1
Business Men's Aas'n. They voted A Standard for Christian Con no, allowance has been set for You are required to appear..
I to change the name to The duct." At 8 p. m. the singing of each ,county. Bra dford County during which (he; contacted "all Court April' H and, 11411,,. in, the above nsms,,
cause wherein
;; Funeral Director Kingsley Lake Chamber of Commerce request songs will precede the farmers should earn approximately the representatives, and senators seeks' divorce, custody of plalnti chlldra..

according to the new char message of Mrs.. H.. P. McCormick $2 .OOO of this... between here ,and Miami" In, the and restoration. of maiden run
Phone 7 of plaintiff. Bradford
Count Ti, .
ter which was drawn up some guest missionary from Nigeria The practices for which payment Interest of school legislation graph shall publish this Order "b

i STARKE. FLORIDA time ago by Attorney Thpmas J. West Africa. Is made are practices which which he plans to Introduce.Mr. next, tour weekly Issues

Rivers of Green Cove Springs. I Each evening, through the week, will be valuable to the, farmers seal Witness at Starfce ray, Florida hand and tbla oftlcU Mart\
J. A. Brooks, owner of Brooks at 8 o' lock there will be Wainwright stated that he 14 1945.
,, .. .. .. .. I guest and livestockmei n Improvingthe
II v would make public' the details of (OFFICIAL SEAL
) Grocery Co. and clergyman of missionary speakers.Methodist soil and In producing more ) A. J. Them
Aa Clerk of said Court.
1't Klngsley Lake, was elected President feed for livestock. Every farmer his bill at: ajn early date. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florid

; W. C. Wooten postofftce ChurchThe and llvestockman should be familiar The Bradford County representative Atty. for Pit. 3-U
nti. department employe and property with all the provisions of 'stated that most of the S

FOREMOST DAIRIES INC. owner, Vice President; Wm. D. fifth Sunday of Lenten the program so that they may legislators he ,contacted "were in I: FOR FINE
Cordray owner of Kingsley Beach I PIANO TUNING
services at the Methodist church take full advantage of It. I favor of an' additional tax
; on
OF TilE SOUTH Amusement and Recreation Center will be observed with the ,pastor The conservation payments are I WRITE: TO
., 2nd Vice President Phil P. the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, using for the purpose of helping bear cigarettes and amusements. "Theyare MJLO JONES 41C W. fells

I Vltsky owner of the Veteran's aa his morning topic, "A Question expenses of the farmers and live. still opposed to.a, sales' tax" Jacksonville 6, Fla. I(

For Home DeliveriesOn Locker Club Hotel, Sec'y. and That Must Be Answered". The stockmen In carrying oat the he stated. '

Mondays 'Wednesdays and Fridays Treas. and Chas, H Harper, own- evening subject will be, "God's practices. Full Information about
er of the Oaks and
Apts. deputy Purpose Inan's Procedure". the 1945 conservation program --
''G Phone Starke 82 and Leave Orders sheriff Sergeant at Arms. Church School 10 a. m.; Youth may be had at my office.

dl;' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S Charter members are B. J. Fellowship 7:30: p, m. L/- 0

' Holland, J. McLaughlin. Phil P. Prayer meeting W e d n esday Truck OwnersW.
PASTEURIZED Vitskj, H. E. Plotts. C. A. Dempsey evenings at 8 p. m. Those who

VITAMIN D HOMOGENIZEDCHOCOLATE ; Chas. H. Harper John Dakos, attend this service are now studyIng L. Blair chief clerk of, the The Gift That Only You Can Give. .

P. E. Ring Grace Baker A. S. the book, "Education in The rationing board announced yesterday

_ i MILK Strickland. J. A. Brooks,. J. L. Small Church", a very interestingand that all truck owners may YOUR

: Skipper Clayton Strickland, Wm. constructive course. New I renew for'thelt next quarter gasoline
CHURN BUTTERMILK D. Cordiay, S. J. ,Townsend W. comers are w e 1 corned to the starting Tuesday. "Be sure PHOTOGRAPH. t

''ft C. Woo ten and Mrs. Pauline class to bring your' C.W.N.," he states
pI, COFFEE CREAM Torode. Honorary members ate Studio open each day till F
--- ---- --- -- - 9
Y' ,4 ----- I Thomas J. Rivers, attorney and p. m., including Sunday

"t _. -_.. ='"._- State R e p r esentatlve of Clay No appointment necessary
I County and Don PaWgborn, chairman EVERY BRANCH OF, Satisfaction Guaranteed

of the Clay County Commlssloneru. t
i .

A !talk was given by D L. .9nJuranceH.C. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP

launders, Tax Collector of Clay

: County and permission was givento -. Call Street At Railroad
the group by Don Pangborn

County Commissioner of Clay

County to make signs directingthe

traffic the WALL
through road of .
''I the business section, allowing the I

'," 'I military personnel the exclusive 0
"., \' use of the new road which was

:.' recently completed by the state. AgencyConstant a
4"" ,11.,r, . Mr. Pangborn promised an immediate 11 "" NOTICEThe

3 ," solution to the patchingup Service Over 50 Years

\,t ..' of the road leading into the

>} business section of Kingsley Lake Please Phone N6CLASSIFIED

M .f;ii, Washing Polishing Waxing and his cooperation in obtaining .

\ t: some reasonable'' bus and taxi Undersigned

CERTIFIED LUBRICATION service from Starke through this

(, road to the Camp Blanding gates. "
I,''if This group will hold another ADSLOSTA ,:Retail Military

:'); Polishing & Waxing By AppointmentOnly meeting Wednesday March 21st ,

: "',: at 9 p. m. Officials of State, I VENETIAN RLINDS made to order..-- Large, Holstein cow.. just ..
,.. County and Pate Oassett Htarke. Fla. S-S Stp dehorned. W. II Newsome. Rte.
:.. ::4'tf\' high-ranking military 2, Box 299 Starke. 3-9 3tp Jewelry I and
personnel have been invited to at- MATTRESSES of all kinds renovated
I. tend. The committee I ; furniture upholstered and SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually
N Standard Oil Products flnlshed Drop us a card. designed Berth Pearce 80S
will present additional names HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Box West dr-: St. 7.3i-4tp Souvenir
: ,: bt property owners and businessmen 130, Palatk, Fla tf Shops
FOR BALE-Rutter Tomato plant.,
FULL ,SUPPLY OF CAN OIL'jil" for membership. Property PLANTS FOIl WALK-Tomato, pepper 13 per thousand. Southern Plant
owners are invited to attend this , eg-ff, plant cabbage, lettuce, Farm Arcadia Fla. 3-1 4tp
its''. I' important meeting. A light supper W.brocnoll.Bell Lake onion Monroe.and c.l1"rd.-.1.Fla. WILL REMAIN CLOSED
\ < GARDEN'S' SERVICE LOST-Light lemon-colored but t-
: STATION and soft drinks will be served. headed cow No mark or brand.
FOR SALE Totriato
plant. Marirlobes
I'K During the intermission of the -. Notify 'L. B. ScosTg-lns lite. ,, 2,
: and
Rutgers ready now.Italn.
'.. VAN II. GARDEN. Mgr. STARKE. FLA. meeting. Secretary Vltsky collected . Poultry Farm, located on Box: 318, Starke. 3-2 It ALL DAY
Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. $85 from the old Thomas plac, 1% miles out
members .
,t on old, Camp handing. road. FOR RBNT! -OK furnished ped-
,1 N be credited to the Red Cross Drive 1-23 4tp room with kitchen privileges, and
I 'I\\' ,," of Clay County. private e n' r an e.. )lr.., Poll WEDNESDAYSJ
MKN-WOMKN SO TO 50 Roberts, Lake Butler Fla. 3-9 at

lCIHCI: .IT COt liT. BRADPOIIO Supplement present. Income: afternoon FOR BALE
-ISO yards of tobacco
M; FOR COI'MTt.' FLORIDA I:* CHVCKI4 \. and evening IS up: evening plants. a miles north of New
SALE w. only 13 up plus carfares. Interesting River O. B. Moody. ,3.9 Jtp
t Francis Elwood Hunter Plaintiff parl-time Inspection work : FURTHER NOTICE
( "ti vs_ Blanche Kllsabeth Hunter D.- local area; national organ leation; FOR SALE .
fendant. Case N... 1666. no selllns or canvassing. Write -One No. 9 McCormlckDeerlng ,
1 ORDEr OF clvlnc background days and hours mowing machine and t
4 PUBLICATION on. rake; also one 2 h. p. Fair
available. Interview arranged. Box
A Real Investment In TO APPEAR Number ItW. .2& % The Journal. bank. Morse Kerosene or daso-
to: Blanche llne
/ vlfW. Elisabeth Atlanta, da S-I It engine, and one 480 ..a410ftcypr..e .
Hunter who.
address *
unknown. Is water tank. W. P. Jones'Dairy P. S. STORES '
j \ You are required to STRAYED-From my place Mon Vi mile w. t of State ?
;YtbM April 16. ms In the above appear named on day a Jersey milk cow Marked Farmer's Market.' 1atp HOLLYWOOD
!{ SIX. ROOMS and branded LB. CAMERA & GIFT
AND BATH Court and cause, wherein plalntlft rrop Notify L. ,
,, ; I, seeks divorce. Brad tor d County P. Blackburn lite. S, Box: 6} C. FOR SALE-Discarded bus body.
I f : NEARLY NEW HOUSE Telegraph .hall publish this Order Starke. 'a-I Stp School Board, Starke. Fla. SHOP
{ ( I In next, tour weekly (.sue. 3It
LABOR Witness my hand and official FOR BALK Or trade. 70 acre farm, BEN SUSLOW'S
GROUND -Two strollers In ARMY STORE
.\ I seal at Starke> Florida this March nicely divided pasture, wood sncultivated excellent I
to 14th. 1946.OFFICIAL. land with farm houseand condition. Inquire at 201 J
,* CAN RENT THREE ROOMS ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma., two cabin. now rented Farm 8. Water St.' -np ,., )0', ,SHAFKIN'S I
\ .
/oot' As Clerk of .ald Court. Is on Blandlns; highway 1 miles
*\; '" T. Frank Landrum, from Stark. Mr. L. M. Clark. FOR SALE='FarmaH" tractor' with '
FOR 11J Htarke. Florida
$ I ER
8l1; ,\ MONTH Atty. for Pit a-lt 4t 4riHCMT .. Brookslde Farm. condition.complete equipment.W, H. Carter In, Maxvllle.perfect: ROGERS. JEWELRY & ARMY STORE I

:-'i OWNER OUT OF TOWN, ix Fla. Itp
+} :'X )'(' C OI'OITY.RV.GUNtav.'! FLORID" IN tu s- WANTED Small piano TO In BUY usable OR RENT condition.- LOST-Ladles brown billfold, con PETITE PHOTO STUDIO I
ANXIOUS TO SELL Alexander, Write Box: S87 or appsr 110 N. taming cash shoe stamp.' Identi
: '/ vs. Frances Clvltella Lapolla.Lapolla Plaintiff Church St. tf fication card with name, Mr. NATIONAL ARMY STORE I
NOW VACANT Lonnle Martin.
MOVE IN Defendant CaN. No SS67/ If re.
) f ORDER OF PUBLICATION turned Intact to- Barklldal.'.. Itp

.,;ii ( f' $' .1\00.00. TERMS CAN BE and Clvltella post Lapolla office ,address whose tot Is residence:Frances los-li/ ALL FURNISHED Shop.cycle. Apply at Bradford a. Photo ItpCAPUAUB I

10 1st Road, South Osone :.;
Park New
'T ARRANGED York. WANTED for makinII'kraut. 1 MAIN I
j You are required to appear oa BOOK .A ROOM,AHEAD by truckload or car load. MILITARY. SUPPLYTHE
Call u. at phone SIH and ,
i c ( April 13. make
im. In the above
; named FOR YOUR WIFE arrangements. a ,..
'i : ,Court and cause, wherein plaintiff par k. Pickle I
i ( I,' seek divorce. Bradford County OR PARENTSHeat Company. Sparks Qa. up ,

'1 .1 : T. CLUTE REALTOR In Telegraph', four shall 51-weekly hand publish Issues.and this official Order Gas its-Each Room FOR be room SALE glider, -Trailer fully equipped house, 1942.Can'1 BRADFORD PHOTO -IOP I

seen Saturday or Sunday
seal at !:!Starke Florida this'
III, 1945. March LARRY'S Hiornlnr at trailer park 1 ml. GISLAIN'S I
< PLACE south of !Stark: on ltd. 13. Itp
119 l iF ICLAr'.SEA.H A. J- Thoma. ,
STARKE heavy duty 45 volt UNITED ARMY
onale Il achla J'ta r'y: m. DPI! B batteries, three m" volt heavy .
a-II 4t .... tot 1000 Feet From B Gate duty' A battened! all news-Iard-
nel!" Studio funding Center. Itp .


.. ... "... ._. ;ifW"\.. {'! wa' ni, r,'"aA,"."" \" .... , .\"I"T'I; , ..... ..... .
J .. + ... """"' ....0"_'... __ _._..._..... -- ;.::"' ""'" ''100'c\ ; I-I. 'Y' , ,