Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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By Negro Suspects; State Rests Thursday

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Motion To Quash Venire

Described, as Bradford County's must costly trial expense of the court notion here this week 'Discrimination' Denied
leas boen estimated at from $3,500 to $ .OOO. ,Kortuimtel. tho county's Fine A Forfeiture Fund
out of which the costs will be paid In about the only "put" that has any money in It at this ebb By Judge MurphreeLate
tide of the fiscal year
I Thursday afternoon indications: were that the

: Om. uf the mast IntereHlod. spcitator In the rinirlnxmi. ua. K.: \\'. Jones, ColiimhiiH. 12-man jury would rUreometime! before midnight to M'
r.o., lorekeeMT.' | .r. whore wife was. killed during, an attempted' holdup In. their More Ila.t consider: the fate' of three negroes accused 'of the May 4 -
:March. Sir Junes. lit Mild. to have Identified. .. one. 01 more of tinnrgimH. un trlul Item UH
the ones. r....|n>iiMil>le for the death of his. wife l slayinj of Dave L. SiL-ot:, Starke merchant. ./
C After three days of' presenting its testimony, with

r a p Veteran Bradford County Clerk A. J. Thomas la missing from his usual pout, having. been taken (defence: counsel fighting every inch of the way, the State
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to a Jacksonville hospital Monday fur medical treatment. till place was taken. by Deputy Clerkhaven rested in mid-afternoon its case again George Wolfork

Crosby Jr.. L. U. Robinson, and Walter McDonald indicted by a

Biggest mystery developing during the trial wee: What became of the missing bullet" ? Shernf Bradford County Grand Jury for first degree murder.A .
Reddish testified that he has not been able to find the bullet alleged to have killed, Silcox verdict of murder in the first degree would call for
since the day it was presented a< evidence to the Bradford County Grand Jury Portions of, the the death penalty unless the jury should make a recommendation
missing bullet had previously been photographed in FBI laboratories, however, and these were
'' Introduced In evidence of mercy.
? way home the night of the snoot

One> ambltlnu small fry who new ait opportunity. for a qulik turnover In cold. drink Basing their defense on)I Ing. Thomas said he "studied"
In the sweltering! rourtromn wan excluded by the Sheriff upon order" of the Court hairs grounds that the three defendants the car two or three times because -
were brink while they" lasted, however had been held "in- It was "the most dressedup
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communicado" in the Stats i Tar( I had ever seen In all ..mylife"
witness admonished brink "Please. talk slower and don't such
A perplexed a attorney: use he heads
He sold saw two
big words. Commented the Court: "That's very Rood advice" Prison and gave alleged confessions
CASTING 'HEAVY SHADOWS In the early raornir g sun, the three handcuffed defendants in the Silcox under influence o"fear" f In the car but could not Identify
murder case are brought Into the courthouse >*""e" ..iuav to stand trial. Surrounding the prlsonf'rll.from McDonald and Robinson are brought In from the prison each morning In one car while Wolfork counsel fbr the trio I the men.
left to right, are: R p, McLeudon of the St ate Prison's identification bureau: Florida Highway rides In another because of purported. enmity over "statements"" between McDonald and Wulfoik. I Tho car in ,which Wolfork was 4
Patrolman Hal P. Gillen; Sheriff P. D. Reddish; a nd Deputy R. V. Alvarez. Overflow crowds from One State Highway Patrol car proceeds a mile In advance of the Sheriff's car and a third Patrol called no witnesses: during! the arrested In Jacksonville May 7. ,
the courtroom line the walk from street to courthouse. car In the rear, The advance car stops every mile and radios on "all clear" signal buck to the lengthy four-day trial but was a 1017 Ford V-8 equippedwith

rear car. made dramatic arguments an estimated $800 worth of
before the jury Thursday aft accessories, Including an
Into ronrthoiim corridor .. expen-
The three" defendant are brought I the Mill liiindrnffed, hut
bonds are removed before they enter the rtnir Iromn enclonurc" In ac..lllnl.e1111 law which I ernoon. sive 8tnberadio, gold duck radiator
states that no bonds mat be. worn. within courtr.H>tii nroix-r. cap Venetian blinds fox tails
y More than 20 witnesses uein I straight twin exhausts and other,

FBI Agent Zimmers, who stated that ho had testified at 100 trials, win more considerate l of called by the State during the bricabrac.Mr. .
the court reporter than any other personeither witness or attorney, He testified as If dictating/ two and a half days devoted to and Mrs' Rene Garcia and
a. letter. and eyed the ateno's notepad at Intervals) to see that she. was keeping up with him. hearing. testimony.Getting Mrs.' Jerome Frick testified that

The courtroom. seating around 400. hail, standees" at .all UIIVCH. Approximately, ''''''- under way nt 10 o'clock they were parked at the Coney
thin of the> apeu'eators.| were no.It"'...... Cniml. drrliig the heat, tin* C..f'III". <>f Intertulsun. Monday. morning, proceeding! Island lunch stand, about a I
1 tin tenseness of the ..occasion. the crowd wa exceptionally wcll-niannerr-il.. were Immediately checkmatedwhen 1 block away and across the highway -
4 }t Benmont Tench Gaines from the Silcox store when u
One local clothing store did a brisk business" Into" Wednesday afternoon when Jurors, faced ville attorney for Wolfork. moved they heard a shot and saw Mr.
8 with their third night away from home stopped on their way to their hotel to buy enough shirts to quash the venire of 73: Jurymenon Silcox stagger Into the street and f

and underwear to tide them over grounds that. Bradford. County fall They saw a tall negro followed -

Commissioners had placed only a by a short negro run from
I "F '6' ., ." 4 "token" number" of names of negroes I the ..store but could not see them

on the Jury list from which clearly enough to Identify them
the venire was drawn. He also later at Rolford. Testimony of

Court Reporter Has Rugged DayWednesday moved for a severance. (separatetrial George Van pry, owner of the Con-
I for Wolfork. ey Island stand placed Robinson

-V IF Both motions were denied by and Wolfork In the area on the

was a long hard' take down her own answers as whim the bulk of testimony was Circuit Judge John A, II Mur- night of May 4, but, he did not

day for strawberry blonde Evelyn well as thV rapid-fire questions given, Mrs. Hlggs filled two and phree but not until supoenas had hear the shot because of the noise

\ tr tit Higgs of Gainesville, attractive being asked by the defense coun a half notebooks (both aides of been issued for the County Commissioners his Frlgldulre made,, he said.

r r court reporter assigned, to the job eel pages/ ) with shorthand Bach and several hours consumed Tuesday's testimony was

')k.Ji. of taking proceedings in the Mrs. Higgs Was questioned concerning notebook will typo Into some ,80 in questioning them Individually brought to a close with, Sheriff
,, .,:, n .r. r lengthy murder trial hens this: the statements of thothrew pages of legal size paper, containing In chambers. I i P. D. Reddish on the stand, testifying
.. defendants which she took 300 words 1 that, he found a .43..: revolver'Illnd
'' week. per iiRor| | It was mid-afternoon before
THE THREE DEFENDANTS alt impassively on bench as! the' already crowded courtroom awaits the I trunk ofiWolfoik's
In the
opening of court Monday morning. At left are me mbers" of the State Highway Patrol, several (If whom After recording utterances of In shorthand at the State Prison a grand total of AO.nnO' words court was convened again an I a shotgun t
were stationed In the courtroom during the trial. Standing at right are several- members of the jury and When asked. a question shn! during the two' diiys) the remainder" of the day was consumed I car at the time of his
venire, who have not vet found seats. In foreground is Starke attorney H. O. Brown counsel retained fast-talking attorneys some- would take down the 'question as "Thin l In. ,Just my second trial In selecting the Jury. Thir [ arrest In Jacksonville. lie told

by X3eorge Wolfork, Jr. /' I tlmes-muttering witnesses all day, usual, then make her answer, she nays, "and they're really giving ty-one of the' 75 Jurors empanelledwere ;i of taking/ the gun and the bullet,

._.u. __ Mrs. Hlggi must have felt It was then hurry to take down her me H workout. She, only pro- examined before, 11 ((12 regular -i i alleged to have killed Silcox to
I almost the straw that broke thecamel's answer before she forgot the exact: texts, however In u pretty, red- urd 2 alternates. ) were. fin- I Wa hlngton, D. C. where F, B. J.
called words had been used. It's a haired when experts, he said! confirmed the
I bark when she was that mariner lawyers get ally chosen. State's Attoiney T
County Schools upon at the fag end of the day, neat trick "If you lon't believe excited and talk too fast or when K Duncan used only on. of his. 1 fact that the bullet was fired by

j to testify herself and (being the It, try It sometime I Witnesses' mumble so she can't I I posHibl 10 challenges and, the! that particular gun;;

rn "'I 'I only court reporter around* to During Tuesday' Wednesday. hear their, nnsweis. I I defense exercised! only five of dun Handle, Notched

lo bet Mas!! i I I their possible 3D) challenges"" ((10 i Two notrhea on the gun;; handle
fur eaih cif the three li-fciuliititn lI l-I I HKHil. repeatedly for Identification
Mayor Declares 1 Red Cross Chapter Starke 9 Wins I The only negro/ Juror called out | of thus gun by various witnesses.

In State FundsState Reelects Mrs. Smith 1 of. the five who were empanelled. I and over which there was heated
was excused by counsel for Itoblnsonx discussion' : lain Tuesday afternoon
As Chairman proved to be of no other significance
school) funds to Bedford All-Out War On Second Game
the Serving. as jurors are: II J. In the case when J. R. s
County under the Minimum Foundation Tho Annual Meeting of
i Stalling' ItUMwII Norman J. E. Edgar of Waycrons On. testified
Program have been cut American Rod Cross was held
The Starke Lions
scored their
Cone Griffin Wednesday morning Mr. Edgar
Rosier. Clyde Albert
$6,741 a month for three months Monday evening The Nominating
a Loud MotorcyclesMayor ?second victory of the season In H D Starling, S. L. Crews, stated that the gun was his and
by the 25 percent slash made by Committee reported the followingnew
nnn Icngue I
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game played heroTII.dnv Horace, Redding'' A U Whltt.heatl..f. was taken from his store on'
the Cabinet Budget Commission officers for the new year:
i night/( with Lake Butler C. YurbrouRh\ Cheater An- March 23: by a man he Identifiedas
In all 1949 appropriations. Mrs. Junlus Smith, Chairman; W. A crowd of :
J. P. Roberts' city police fairly good fans saw drews J. Shipman Happ; alternates McDonald.. The notches were
This amounts to a total of $.0,), last" Friday night Inaugurated an B. Sowcll Vice Chairman; Mlas Sturke /get off to A !Cd, startIn I' f,. Kite., and Wilbur on the gun at the time he bought
"" 223 for July. August and Septem "all-out war" on noisy motorcyclists Lillian Stump, Treasurer; Mrs. the first Inning by scoring two Starling.. I' It nine years ago, Mr, Edgar
ber. by arresting five drivers accused Clifford Hazcn, Secretary Direc- inns and then I more In the I 1 stated ,
.\ The County was scheduled to of creating. a nuisance on tors will be Mrs Mae Wells, H. second' | fulled I'". .lulTiiCMiluy Mont of Wednesday morningwas a

) jl dz receive (323.3S7 during 1819-BO/ city streets At Mayors' court B. Crosby Mrs. T. C. Chastaln, The .third Inning/ was ncorelenM, morning's. acMiton I taken up by the testimonyof
toward the support of county held here Monday afternoon the Mrs Floyd Wiggins, Mrs. DelaneyDickinson but again Htarke racked. up 4 opened with State's Attorney Duncan I Robert M Zlmmers special ?
saei schools. The first payment, due ii I five offenders were each fined $25. Mrs Lois Moore", F. V: runs In the fourth, 2 In the lh.I I .reading, the Indlcmcnts to the agent with the .Federal Bureau.

) July 1:1: wan estimated at $26.98J. i I i i Mayor Roberts said that the Stump Joe E.: Wilson Guy An and their last 2 runs In tin sixth. I, Jury after which, the first witness of InvcHtlgailon/ assigned to the

The Budget Commission cut trims present campaign to silence what drews, Dr. M. B. Meriting and Roy The gamp cloned with the erne I! Margaret" Williams, colored Firearms Identification Division. r .
this to only 20222. I I I he described as "noisy. nuisances', Ward. Meetings! will be held Quarterly II to 1 In favor of Starka Girl was railed, to the stand.! She I He testified that It Is piMHlble to ? ,\

: State School Supt. Thomas D. swan started after he had been toowners and all Board Members are The Lions played good ,errorless. !" testified that she and a friend establish whether or not a specific
Bailey estimates the total statewide >;. of the machines "threeor expected to attend.The ball and. got 12: hits off Lake Hut- Teremt hell went to tics I Sllrox :: bullet, was fired by a particular
school program at $47.108-j,, and asked themto Chairman appointed the store about 9 o'clch'kVl"tln"adny" weapon through a of microscopic :
UKOKGE WOLFORK JR. reputed leader of the "gang" responsible ; four" times ler's three!: pitchers Lnke Hutl I i I process t
000 for the coming year. This quit running with cut-outs and following committees, : l"r's lore score came In the 8thinning night May 4, to buy articles. fora examinations. The pro-
for a series of alleged holdups and killings in Georgia climbs 'breaks down- to $35.428.666 for I straight exhausts. Publicity Tom Slade. base bulls. lunch to take to the" bean. field cetm of boring a gun barrel leaves
on a wild
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stairs to the ,courtroom, accompanied by Deputy Alvarez. ; d-- with thorn, the next While
current expense, $5,901.800 "They have Ignored my pleadings Water Safety Disaster" and ball, and a hit by Bryant God i certain Imperfection that Impart u ua
I for capital outlay.In ," the Mayor said "and nowI First Aid Jack Trawlck. win and Keene handling the 1ltch-, I they were In the store, three negro pattern of microscopic marks

Mrs. Mary Thomas / Biggs & Baker Leads addition the 67 counties con Intend, to atop this practice bylaw Junior Red Cross Mrs Marian Ing assignment. for Starke struck. ,I men entered, she said and l ,on the surface of the bullet fired, J
then Identified Wolfork and Kob-
tribute an estimated $13,380.500/ he said. By firing other test bullets
regardless.. of cost Carney. out 7 and. 8 respectively.
Dies At Raiford I Softball League, to the program for a total Mini- j' Inson from the stand as being from the gun and comparingthe
mum Foundation School Program Mayor' Roberts stated that there Home ServlcTe Chairman Mrs. In a regular North Florida two of the three.Ac'cor.llng microscopic marks with thoseon
Ollie Thomas, 77, Besting CocaColaBiggs had been numerous complaintsfrom Edward G. S. game played here lout Sunday.
Mrs. Mary of $60,887,500/ for the coming Burns assisted by to her testimony, she the "evidence bullet" he determined.
died Sunday morning at her homeIn & Baker soared to first blennium. home owners and operatorsof Newcomb and W B. Bewell. Starke' lost to Mandarin 135. / and Teresa" left the store and had In his opinion that the
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The estimated allot tourist and motor courts rvho Ladies. Mrs. Worth La- The game wan limited tl<) 7 In- about block toward hone
Raiford. native of Worthington monthly Grey : gone a bullet delivered to him by Sheriff
: had resided In place In, the city Softball league ment for all counties I Is 13,953,163.:\ maintained" that the "popping and marr. with.Mr.. J. O. Griffin as nlngs because. of rain which also I I when they heard a shot.. They. Reddish was fired by the revolver
Springs she Saturday night. defeating Coca- The 25 shooting" of unmuffled motorcycles prevented two other scheduled r
percent cut trims this by co-chairman. were frightened and started run In_ aU<'f Raiford for the past five years. Cola runnerup, by a tight score almost $1.0OO,000 to 2968623. had caused guests to leave loop tilts. I fining, and she remembered a car n Louise l Fuller Ward, Jacksonville J IY

She la survived by a foster son, of 76. I The cut was made "across the the courts on several occasions Lions To Hear Mandarin had comparativelyeasy pluming. them on the highway nrgress. friend of Wolfork's,

Leonard] Thomas,. Pensacola; four Blgga and Baker now has 4 : board" on all four funds I He stated also that they created sailing as No..manVU..ox. traveling at a high rate of speed, testified that she had seen the
sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Boney, The Commission action was taken a nuisance outside of a tent revival Jax Entertainers held Starke to eight hits and without lights, and "making a gun with the tell-tale notches In
Ins and losses with 4 wins '
no I being held here last Friday funned 12.Stark. "
to meet the $210,000.000 legislative / noise like an airplane his automobile and In hit. room. ,
Jacksonville, Mrs. Ann Harrell and 1 loss for CocaCola.In appropriation until the expected 1 night' when "they stopped their If. A. Bishop. Jr., president of played Wesconnet here During cross examination of She further stated that she saw
Brooker, Mrs. Catherine Layfleld. the other last session Is called machines outside the tent and the Starke Lions Club announces Tenth, of
game played special to I Thursday night/( but the iiutcomo Margaret by a wave the three defendants together'
Clearwater. and Mra. Nellie Cain, Saturday, National Guard defeated raise taxes to make up a $60- I'just sat there popping and shoot'ing" that the four Gabrlelson Brothers, was not known at press' time laughter passed through the about noon on May 4, and saw XPI

Plant City; and four brothers. Bobbins 1510.: 000,000 deficit In the state' general I well known Jacksonville entertainers yesterday crowded. courtroom at her reply George about 2 a m.. May\. 3 when
Jonathan and Dave Duke. Stein fund Last Friday night's arrests will present a program/ of to one, of his questions, whereupon he came to get her from work. ,
In the first game played last Bailey" has said that under the were made by Patrolman MattMorg..n songs and dancer at a ladies counselfor
hatchee, James R. Dukes, Goulds School Library filgsbee Hcruggs Later they went to a night club 1 Ft
and D. H. Dukes Worthington Friday night Coca-Cola downed trimmed budget Florida schools and Billy Overstreet. night meeting of the club to beheld Robinson moved that a mistrial where she saw Robinson but did
Springs. Robbins 9-2 and the second game, will be able to operate for only Mayor Roberts announced that next Wednes between Alvarez and Hercules, seven months this Instead of I will also be installed at the disturbance showed sentimenton
year Wednesday afternoon waa largely
Bert Johns and Eustace McKnight
Funeral services held at 3
were called that time. Bradford.. High School will I
'was because of rain. the usual nine. / the part of the public Indicating taken with efforts of the
t o'clock Monday afternoon in, the The ralned-out game will be And faced with the alternativeof had recently" resigned from the Invitations will be Issued to be closed" on Monday. July 4, The that a fair trial could not State to up Introduce as evidence ,

New Hope Baptist Church with I played off during the second half operating curtailed education I force. McKnight has been succeeded i friends of the club to see this regular schedule will be resumedon be had for the defendants/ In this statements of alleged confessions
and Rev. W.
Rev. Herman Moody Intermentwas of tonight's doubleheader while programs for nine months or full I by Clarence Hutchinson as unusual entertainment Bishop Tuesday July 5, as follows: County. The motion was d nied. made by the three defendants

8. Brannen In the officiating.New Hope Cemetery 'Biggs & Baker will meet National seven month programs county)I, "parking' meter officer", while I said. Library Hours: Monday, Friday R. P. McLcndon. Identification during the time they were heldin
direction of Guard In the first half. school superintendents meeting at I Overstreet filled the vacancy 9:00: a m. 3:00: p.m. Tuesday officer at the State Prison was the State Prison.
under the Key-Mc-. Gainesville recently voted to I Evening. 7:30: 8:30.: called to the stand and described
Cabe. No games are scheduled at opera caused by John's resignation.BHS Revival BeginsAt Drfen'e, Charges Fear
the present for Saturday nighLRed ate their schools on full schedules I God Story flours 10 a.m. the procedure in which Margaretand Defense counsel objected to Introduction
Church Of .
until the money runs out "and I Noon. Teresa later Identified Wol
of the statements at
4th Of July Dance Cross Funds then close up shop. Band Meeting Sunday, July 3 Grades 1 3 Mondays, Wednesdays fork and Robinson In a Ilne up evidence, charging that they were

r ;adl' Sponsored By. LegionAt i At School Today and Fridays. at the prison .as being two of made while the defendants :were
1wl;,' T. H. Blade, chairman of the There' will be a revival at the Grades 4 II Tuesdays, Thursdays the men they had seen In the 911- Influenced by the emotion of fear
,.: Starke Armory I Carl S. Roberts new band mas- and Friday the of the
: Church of God, 8th and St. Clair cox store on, night due to the fact that they were
annual! Red Cross fundraisingdrive
: : ter for Bradford High School, 8L .. beginning Sunday July 3. murder held In the so-called "flat top"at
A Fourth of July dance and In Bradford County announces i wishes. to meet all student Interested Rev. W. W. Dykes will be the Open EveningsThe Noticed. ) Nnuniial Car. the prison-the building that

Beauty Contest will be sponsored that the Lawtey community 'I In band at the school house evangelist. and services will begin During the afternoon Dan houses the death cells and the

br';American Legion Post 56 in with Mr. H. E. Priest Mr. and Mr. Rodney Van Wyck I today (Fridayat 1 p.m. each evening, at 7:43.: : B. H. S. Library Is now Thomas negro Janitor at the Florida electric chair.
the armory Monday night begin- Vandervoort of Stark announce I Mr. Roberts wishes to meet all There will be special music and open on Tuesday evening from 1 Bank, testified that he sawa
e as chairman contributed -15.78. The State called Claude May
putt at 7:30.: the birth of a daughter Patricia I former members of the BUS Band, singing. Everyone .Is welcome. to 7:30 to 8:30: In. addition to Its car parked on the right side of ,
; I lusic win be furnished by Uncle Contributions from Hampton totaled Ann, born Jun. 20 at Shadycrest '.. well .. those who would like corns and be with the congrega- regular 9:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. the highway between the SilcoxStore I Hampton merchant. Guy Andrew.,

"j-Ctt? ,,and his Florida Troubadour $7.13. Mr. Blade said.. i Hospital. I I,to become members. lon. schedule Monday through Friday. and Sapp's Store, on his I I I (Continued. on page 8)'lag )
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Bradford .
ef Florida' tom is tlnkmiO.rn, :
Bradford County Telegraph such. redeemed certificate according or certificates to law. ithallb the Irene Warren whose resldenco I I. You are required to -
CLAY HILL CftOQ property described In much certificate unknown: j.i* 1949 n. .vj-;;, on
r or certiorate will b. Bold to the lr to appear" of Court and cau**. wherein nn7n"ti7|
ESTABLISHED I 87fl E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNIR-EPITOB Uy Lura Burgess/ Mohr highest bidder. at tha court house :I..Tullrt94J"1 In the above matne'i ?.vs.rWs.i Bradford Couttt'
: dour on the nrnt Monday. In month Court and cause, wherein plalntlfseeks publish this, Ord9r
and Entered M Second I'onca Nebr. of August 1D49 which In the 1 day divorce. Bradford, County In next tour Weekly !I8l1ue..
Published Every Friday of AuiciiHl.!: 19411. Dated till SI day of Telegraph Khali puMtsh. thl* OlderIn Witness my hand and
(1*..; Matter a.t the Post Office at Stark, FT*. June, 1949. next four weekly Issues. seal .t Stau'ke. b'iut'ida. this official.
\\'herein I nvnlttat on thelrl..I. A. J. Thomas, Clerk. of Circuit Witness my hand and official 14 19411. .Si' -'
Court of Bradford County FlorIda.tOfficial 1 seal at Starke, PloiMa 1 thin June (dFFICIAL: SEAL) A.I.
l <*f.n thing In life and come 6-14 As Clerk I or
1949 Sel> : 4t T1BIn 2. of 'e"ld
MEMBERfclMcrlpUon <3> to the conclusion He do not appreciate (bJIIAr.:\ SEAL) A.I. Thomas, By Haven Crosby' B. C. Cour. :
eaohother" enough. BUS: COOPERATES/ .. I CircuIt Court. Bradford. County.Klnrldal As Clerk of salil Court. 6-11 U 7-' hS
Month 1 OHIUVAVCK' In Chanprrr.Fays Iiv Haven (CroHby l>. C. -
'1.60 For SU NO. l'Ja.\
92.BO: Annually WITH U. OF F. IN: Ail Ordinance. letrlna; .... ......-1 Itch Koa-rm, Plaintiff. vs tlrren; & Oreen, Stark. Florida Ia Clresit I Ceust. flrslferd
Beauty la a richer wealth INTERN; PROOAM Inir aualirrlna; fee..... ..candidate. .* Clifton 10 line nil iloifera, pvfendant All). for Plf. 8-10 at 71NOTIOH Fioridsi: Is t'bs..ry. CU"'r.Vlrrrlnh .
for elevtl*. municipal urflrev ,.. the. Ca. No. 7370. > B..n..l, cl
Than all the oil on earth. 1-1.tI'f.
Bradford High School finished' V.
a ( *. Mtarkv. ... 1',1.
ttr .01 provlillBie' tur Order .f Publication Notlre to H. L9engel I'.nllant.
BEWARE OF SALES TAX IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING And who would trade the best year of cooperation with the College the. .......t of ...... ..... .o .he Appear. '"'r"....-: ()* FLOHII tot Notice Is hereby given. to the all Order of Publication Case.... llretlcV*. IIG
and claimants against
of health .
In In favor of cutting the cost of the Federal of Education University of ntf suck. .MneMm.Mt or qimlirrln .. IH: No. 98 society Street estate ofv. P riniltll. doceaiuilthat I"ATE OP. '
Sentiment Congress For flawless diamonds worth. Florida In their Teachers Train- fro iihall. h* a r<>.dl things contributed to U- ..... I>. met ".'0'. the Bam ..fmr You are required to appear.. on duly sworn to. with K. K. Perry- and address la c
government Is growing fast. Many have True love was never bought or Ing Program. During the of Bradford 65,1 Hrnn x inUoad ';
Judge ,
year .....,...... olkrrxlnr. qualified July 25. 1944 In the above named man County Yonkers: New r.hi
among them, the decline In business and employment. the fact thata sold ten students from the College of hull. ... printed n. tho .m<.,., ballot Court and came wherein plaintiff County Florida first within publicationof eight You are required York: hIt
And friends were never made Education worked with the school. .< any munlrlpnl rli>p this or
seems Inevitable and the reluctance of Whereas. under Telegraph shall publish thIs Order Court and
heavjr Federal deficit now the provisions of This cause, wherein
of Limitations. a
from the folks By possessing shiny gold Experience has taught teacher I the City Charter of the City of In next four weekly: laauea.Wltne by Statutes Seeks divorce. Bradford Plaintiff
the lawmakers to increase taxes/ because complaints Or Its worth In trade; training Institutions that teachers tftarke, Florida, certain municipal ** my hand and official June 10th 1949. Telegraph shall publish this County Order nJ]
"wasteful Government spending" are Increasing. officer. are elected by the uuallfleU anal at Starke Florida, this June Myra Smith Varnadoe ami Felton In next four weekly issues,
back home about The subset and the evening sky are not just born, but must receive votera of, the Cltv of Starke, and 22, 1949. W. Varnadoe, Exeoutora. 4l7l| Wltnei my hand and

In the long run the decisive factor will be public sentiment- And beauty of the sea special training In how to teachas Whereas, 1 In conduction* such alectlonx (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.T.: Thomas, la Tlreal* fearS Bradferd CoemtyKlorldai seal at Starks Florldu' this official June',
the Clt of Htarke A* Clerk of said Court. 13 Ut8. tIPI
the wishes of the voters as to fiscal pollcynd this has been making All the things we cannot buy. well as what to teach. They considerable. expense, and In put By Haven Cronby r>. C. l. tkaarerr.Qlno Plaintiff.. ".. Clementlne (OFFICIAL, SEAL)
Del A. :
draco J.
rhe priceless things are free. also learned W hnr.. under laws John J. Henderson E.q.. SainiAutru.llne. Thomas
the State as well as the National level. have that a beginning HN the general Del Grace Defendant Case As '
heard on said Court:
Itself Increasingly :
of of oi..r'b.o
-Beverly Mtkelaon the Stat Florida the City Florida 7346. By Haven C.
teacher i Is much better preparedto No. c.sf
I In Atty. for Pit. 6-24 4t 7-15
have given Congress .what It long Council among ,other..... thlnarx, Order et Publication asS Notice T. Frank Landrutit Starke: I"I"rlllll
The Hoover Commission reports teach If he has had some train- authorised to impose on candldateH Te< AppearSTATS Atty. fur Pit. .
lacked-a detailed blueprint for eliminating waste duplication and In our hurry and scurry of life II Ing under an experienced teacher. fur ..municipal offices. andWher,04. In. .Circuit Court. Klchtk Judicialt !! OF FLORIDA to: -IT H 7.iI d w
after due consideration ... .
and for Bradford Cvuutr Clementine Del draco, whose residence NOTICE TGAPPEAII
overlapping. With this to go on as a starting point It is hoped that we oft forget to appreciate the One of the requirements for grad 'the City Council of the city ofiltarka ., Florida. la Chancery.Myra and address Is Via filitseppe. TO: Elneta. Todd: }iughes and: : Iwla, | d,

toward economy In the Government will\ become somethingmore orlcelens things in life which are uation from the College of Educa. would lie In In of the the public opinion Interest that to It Webster, Plaintiff, v*. Earl Verdi No 1-P2 Llvorno, Italy. : I S. HuithM. whose last known ail, pI
efforts I free. Our health. our home the W. Webster Defendant.' Divorce You ara required to appear on dress waR Conway South Carolina,,.
tion of Is levy and Banes* qualifying fee I
University Florida. on
than a topic of conversation.On The State of Florida to: Earl. W. July 11, 1949. In the above named. Whereas It appear In that COl', :
all candidates for officesNow .
I beauty about us and moat of all that each candidate for a degree municipal Webster, Kenldenca unknown. It I ishereby Court and cause wherein plaintiff tain cause' the
therefore be It ordained .rt''t:
front the controversy over new taxes economy. and we should appreciate those who Council: Iiy ordered that you are re- seeka. divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph Circuit the El "lhlnJ" etPtsoCdi'a
the State I must have had one semester of 'the City of the City ofHtarke uulreii shall publish this Order clal Oilcultof Florida In fi'r
related subjects is continuing with a lot of name calling and apparently I love us. We have looked at our training as a student teacher under In regular, Bradford.,....Ion:County Florida of July to A. D.appear 11149,on before the the llth above day In next four weekly luu.... Bradford County .an Chancerv.and
The so-called "economy bloc" wife or husband so many years entitled Court to answer to the Witness my hand and official wherein Bart James Water arid
very little unbiased thinking. a trained experienced teacherIn Hectlon. .. That after thin ordinance I. Bill of Complaint for Divorce, and seal at Starke, .Florida this June Alice Ophelia Waters, hl. wit, pray
revenue Is needed while exponents of a sales tax that too often we get so we do a normal classroom situation.It becomes a law any person adoption of Minor Child, filed againmt 7. I14'. for the adoption of Richard Lee '
says that no new i '''' or herself ax a OFFICIAL SEAL) A.T.: Thomas. that. the Bald .
not appreciate the one who loves has 'dl f'ah you In the above styled cause. ( flnlirh. Itluhurd I..* '
maintain that the economical-minded are "selling the State short"and been a pleasure to all for election. to any elec-l I IlI..a and the Hradford County Telegraph. A. Clerk. of said Court. IluKhoe In' the minor child I the
its growth and expanded needs. us. In my younger days I so much the teachers In the Starke Elementary municipal office In the City ofiHtarke. la hereby. designated an the. new- By Haven Croeby. D. C. said Elneta. Todd Hughes dot '
not taking proper cognizance" of Bradford County Florida ''. Frank Starke.. Florida I. H. and
: wanted to be appreciated. My School and the Bradford paper In which this Order hall. bepubll.h..d Landrum Hughes that the place ofBeldenre
r.II'.I: required nof", a qualify once a week for four con- Atty. for I'lf. ..10 It 7-1 and the Pot Office nil. r
The Florida Taxpayers Association admits that the schools need heart would ache with a great County High School to have had In the per cent of aevutlve week dross of the laid Elneta Todd lit

but maintains that school needs are being used as a hunger for a kind, loving word. an opportunity of working with the such officer remuneration holding as the waa respective'paid to.I Wltnen* my hand and S.al' of this In Circuit Ceert. Bradford Ceuaty,. hughes and Lewis S. Hughes. i 1..1 ar
more money Court .. bent known to the petitioner*. Con
at Starke !
session to provide a No doubt some of you who read these student office for the year JUKI prior to and Bradford County Florida Cbsee.ry.Julia : South Carolina and 1.1
Legislative teachers. way. that there
"respectable'front" for a special young next preceding said. general election. Florida, this 9th day of June A.D.. C. Reed. Plaintiff, vs. HaroldF. ,
County and State this have had the same exper. They have brought us a lot of 18t Keed. Defendant. Cane No. 7:160.: III no person or peraona In the Stateof
grab of millions of dollars for City. 21 days p to said I eloctiri.SectIon I rhomailj Florida the service of a summons
pork-barrel OrT Otnclal Nvtlee
SoaA. J. Order ef Pabllratlesi
that would be ;shall' \
ience. It seems now 'talent, special ability new exper.iencea 2. a ordinance I Cleric. of the Circuit Court Bradford -' to. Appear In Chancery upon whom would bind L
politicians. a good time to start telling that : and some new Ideas. In apply the respective to any and offices all candidates whether they for County Florida. STATE OF" FLORI D A ta>l the ald' Elneta. Todd Hughes and. ) an
Association that schools could have gottenA I'ne who loves just how much are candidates to succeed them. P'yHttvn d"">bir' C. Harold F. R..d. whose residence. Is LewiS a. HuKhea you are therefore :
It Is the opinion of the you. addition to rendering a service to 8-10 8t 7.1I. 87 Lendon Blvd., Hempstead. N. Y.: ordered to appear In Bald cause Fr
small luxury taxes which : appreciate the many things arlven or otherwise. I You to on on or before the 11th day of July
Increase through you the education system of. the I are required appear
milllon-a-year .
(6 to $8 Section 3. The qualifying; fee I.. would have been no burden on anyone. This, however. was blockedby that they do. How glad you are state we feel that we Have bene- I named herein, must be paid and tue r....... lu c...._.,.. Court and cause wherein plaintiff of said Petitioners will be taken. an vlf
of the League of Municipalities because that you are still together. For fitted from the experience.BHS payment thereof ahall be condition James H. Fallone. Plaintiff, vs. Ann seeks. divorce. Bradford County ,oonfeaved. ) M,
the sales tax lobbyists which must be met before the name J1Falaone.I Defendant. Case No Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn It I. further. ordered that this
know but the
morrow I
wanted to use the schools as their excuse for a gigantic grab. the you Yiever on Is proud to be associatedwith of any candidate otherwise quail.fl..d next four weekly Issues. order be published once each wink
they you may be alone and It will shall h. printed on the official t O.de..f Pablleatlnaj. and Notice Witness I my; hand and official for four consecutive weeks In the j Ij
Association maintains. be late to those words the College of Education in ballot at any" municipal. election. I seal at Starke. Florida. this June Bradford County ;Telegraph, a news -
too say their training program and that Section 4. All ordinance or part. STATE. In the Legislature notably If of of ordinance. In conflict herewithare Ann ... KaUone whose SEAL A.I. Bradford i
"In major sales tax bill Introduced of appreciation. you are one residence and (OFFICIAL ) Thomas. lulled In County Florida
choose It of
every the college as one hereby repealed address. 'I. 70 KIng Street Watertown A. Clerk of said Court. Dated at Btarke Florida. this 8tb
so-called 'compromise limited sales tax' which formed a the hopeless ones who know that Section 6. Thla ordinance shall Massachusetts
In the the cooperating schools. We include : By Haven Crosby D. C. day of June 1949. ,
the closing days of the session, the schools were, to kindness and appreciation can letter from J. B. White. become effective Immediately upon You are required t. appear on Jos K. Hklpper. Ill llraham Bldg, (Offlrlal Seal) A.T.: Thomm,
threat during build a its becoming a law. July II. 1949. In the above named. Jacksonville, Fla. Atty for Plf. Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford j
receive only $14 to $16 million of the proposed revenue while city never be expected up a resistance Dean of College of Education. and Passed] thla 7 day of June A. D., Court. and "cause wherein plaintiff 8-17 4t 7.8 County Florida. ,

and county government were to be given about twice that much- : by being Just a little Mr. C. L. Eggert head of Teach UU. la-A. Canova, Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order !. Circuit' Court.itr.dlerd Ceaaty. 104t711| By Haven Crosby D.C. j jI

more kind to the'children and In next four' .. C........ .
out and states further: ers Training: President of City Council. weekly Issues Florida I
(29.4 millions, the Association points the friends about you. Do a lot AtteHtl Carl John., city Clerk. Witness my. hand and official Carl ..). Williams., Plaintiff, ,.. Re- Hake old stamp pad. work like
Mr. C. S. Partlrl To the honorable Mayor of seal at at"kf'. Florida, thIs T June .ella Williams Defendant.- Cane No. I
the with rubber
tax and revenue problems remains of and !know Jesus loves new our stamp pad
"The only fair solution to Florida's praying Bradford County High School City of Stark.: I hereby certify 7. 19U.I 73SS.
the creation of a non-political State Tax Commission which you. Starke. Florida that the above and foregoing. Ordinance I (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. :J. Thomas Order ef Pebllratloa aad Netlc nk. Four colors. S3c per Jar. Brad.
wan duly adopted and Aa Clerk of said Court to Appear
could be voted on by the people within 90 days after It Is submitted lAst nlte at 1:00: am. Don had Dear Mr. Partin: I by the City Council of the City of By Haven Crosby. D. C. STATE FLORIDA" tel ford County Telegraph.
.. Starke, on the 7 day of June. A. D, T. Frank Lnndrum. tttarke. Florida .
.tlck of valuation and enforcing to meet the tralA get a bodyof
for the purpose of providing a yajd We wish to express our apprecl 1949 while In regular Atty. fur I'lf. 8-10 4t 7-1
'&8IIesaments. That would provide Increased revenue for an aged man. I was waitingand atlon to and your faculty for Carl 1 Johns. ionCI..rk.:
equalized you
and counties-and yet actually reduce present high reading the editorial In the whole-hearted cooperation in The was above received and foregoing by and Ordinance '* IRr-"IT COPIer BRtnFORI. Static
schools, cities, your me apeprov..d ('Avxl'Y. FLORIDA, IN CHAN. Don't Let Summer
daily which Is always headed bya regard to our teacher-training by me on thl*. the 17 day of CKHY.
tax rates at the same time. quotation from the bible. Colosilans June A. .D, 1049f I I John! 1.wrsd...Ie. .1,'.. Plaintiff va.
P. Roberts, I .
wanted to provide the necessary funds to 3:16 "Let the word of Christ program. Anita Ft. Wored..la. I> '.n "The people of Georgia : Mayor of the City" of Starke No 7545.
Improve their children's schools-but they recently vetoed a ''blank- dwell In you richly In all wisdom; As you know the shortage ot 8-24 4t 715 I ORDBR OF PtrRMCATIOW INTERFERE With Your
in Florida is of the I AND
teachers one I NOTICE TO APPEAR
check' tax proposal which Included large handouts to City County teaching and admonishing one another most serious the schools Sc C.u C.-.o.;;: ; c""r. ''flTATI'1 OF FLORIDA to:
not remotely connected with schools. in psalms and hymns and problems Florida, I. C........;. Anita Tt. Wnrsdale whose resl.clence .
and State agencies for purposes spiritual singing with of this state are facing. We ,at Itttrtha Moran Plaintiff v, .. Joseph I and aditress. Is 133-30 82nd RADIO ENJOYMENT !
song graceIn
M'.rBn. Defendant St. Osone prk IT. New York
Case :
on them under the College of Education are expanding 73H7.
had sales tax Imposed
a "
"The people of Tennessee your heart. Thus I read. as I Order ot Publication end Notice i..ilolj.a required to appear on
measure needed by the schools'. our program as rapidly te Appear ID49 the above named
the of emergency revenue sat on the surf porch with all .
guise Court
5TA1'13 OF" ".T1 cause wherein plaintiff
the KLoniDl tot -
In-order to reduce
but when they discovered that City County and State politicians windows open. Just then voices as possible Joseph Moran.Vhone resldenca andatMr".a seeks divorce.I Bradford Cnuntv \Sf Demonstration'
teacher and also to turn Telegraph, shall ASK for
shortage I* unknown piihllsh this Order
threw out Boss Crump'spolitical from afar in the darkness I heard :
got a huge slice of the new revenue they out the best kind of teacher. You You are required to appear on In next four weekly. Issues. F I %/1 in youra
machine which had Imposed the sales tax on them. Hinging, "Jesus Is tenderly calling July IS. 1949 In the above named. ..ar'! nlea l'rvk.a F"lo'o': .1 seal FREE LTJL
you home calling to-day, Calling and your school have materiallyaided ,Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 7- HV thin JuneOFFICIAL I home

"The people of Florida are already providing steadily Increasing to-day." It sounded so lovely andI the college by providing a !, seek.den divorce nnme & restoration The Bradford of mal- (; SEAt) A. J. Thomas

children's schools and other big Increases are sound teaching experience for our County, Telegraph. ahall publish hi. A a Clerk of said Court.
amounts for their was carried away on the wings ( Mv Haven.
Order In Croubv. D C.
students. '' next four weekly Issue CHAS. C. SHEPHERDAT
available now If political waste Is eliminated-but they are not go- of memory to revivals when I : Witness- my hand and official T. Frank -"drum, Slarke Florida

Ing to like the use 'of their children's schools for purely political played the piano and we sang. We Our coordinators have Informed 21.seal IQ4Q.at Slftrk' Florida' thla June Atty. for Plf. .10 4t 7-1

propaganda" the Asnociatlon warned. do not always appreciate our Save us on numerous occasions how (OFFICIAL SFAL! ) A.T.: Thomas., I" Circuit Court. nradford'County., GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison & Court Sts.

iour, but go along looking for the much they enjoyed working with A. Clerk said' Court. J'lorl.lm.. I. ( haiieei-r... %
Ry Haven. I nry.Pw r n. Plaintiff vs. TJJJJ
Crosby D. c. -
There is no doubt that the schools in Bradford County and probab. front In life. As for me I am going you and your staf and how valu- .,. ifi """'"on, Law Exchange ; Warren Defendant.. Case No. PHONE 10 -

ly every other county In the state do need more money. One has only to sing praises. I am going able the association has been. Rulldlnir. Jackaonvllln, Flin-lda I, I1 I

.ID_ .VLSlb ftat .,,...._. u.n nvafffrtu/rlMft'u"u u ftlnnurnttma.--_.__...- -and-- -see"-- some- of the dilapidated to: tell husband what a wonder. especially for our student teachers Atty. for Pit. 6-34 4t 7-li -.

buildingsthtareUmd for schools In some parts of the county to till man he U. I want my son and and Interns. In Florida Clrc.lt In Co.-t. nradford. Count,
realize that need which Is present and pressing.We daughter-in-law to know how much We are grateful for your val I rtairllardl, J'lulntlff, vs. HueClngllardl
I love them and I have the most uable assistance In this Import. Order, ef, "Publication"'..nd"nt. Casn No. ?aTl. NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y
and Votlce
believe however as does the Florida Taxpayers Association,, ant
wonderful daughter-in-law In the program. Appear
that the amount actually needed by 'the schools can be raised by u world. Let us be not weary in well STATE "p whose FLOflhlst olline

few so-called luxury taxes that will be felt very little except by doing. Appreciate the priceless Sincerely yours Ungllarill Is 3 Cnnnnn resilience Street New andjdrtrens

who well afford to them. The proposed three percent which free. J. E. White Vbrk City New York:
those can pay things are Weep not Dean College of Education. You are required to appear. on
sales tax would, we believe raise far more revenue than U actually If you are not so appreciated, try C. L. Eggert Illlv' 28 194*>. In the above mimed
Court and
cause plaintiff
needed and consequently expose those In charge of State govern. on. Head, Teacher Training.the seeks divorce. Rradford County ETZERJ'SUPER
the of further extravagances rather than the Telegraph shall publish this Order
ment temptation
ABOUT FLORIDA! In Miami In next, four weekly. Issues.
rigid economy that Is now demanded by the changing times. Witness my hand and official
Mrs. Margarette Crlng has been man this afternoon. It Is fairly seal at Htarke Florida this June '
having her vacation. Brother.Har. here I U. 1t4- STORES.YOUR
cool and cloudy to-day. (OFFICIAL SEAM A.I. Thomns.Aa .
LET'S MAKE IT ANOTHER SAFE AMI SANE 1'Ol'KTH ry and wife were coming for Sun. feel so happy and gay since my Clerk of said Court.
day dinner. They live at Prince ly Haven Crosby D. C.
sister has been to visit me. Sunday
'I'! Frank Lnndrum. .Starke, Florida
The old warning about observing a "safe and sane Fourth" may ton now. My good friend Etta afternoon Don and I took Atty. for 1'lf. -14 4t iidRetiep

seem trite from years of repetition but It Is still as sound aa It ever Fowler at Hawthorne Is expectingher I sister and husband to the station.It a>f Application for Tn, Deed
time-honored observation < uncle and wife this week. She was such fun. Digger Is downIn (Mouse. nil! No. 1852)
failure to follow the result ,
was. year was making cocoanut cream pie such Notice U hereby" given, thnt T>. MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK
bird has
the Willie
In death and Injury and property destruction by fire. yard. 1. Shaw. the holder. of the
and a huckleberry pie. She has a strange song these days.I1ELPFL'L. following certificates has filed said
obvious hazards. At best are been for ertlflcatea for a tax deed to be Isau-
of the moot they making a neigh.
Fireworks aprons
are one HINTS: Cornstarch .d thereon. The certificate. numbers A THESE & MANY MOUE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS
dangerous and should never be used In congested areas. or In woods: bor Makes me happy; Mrs. Winton will take crayola marks from the years of Issuance. the description

and fields where a spark might cause a runaway fire. Starke like ; Parrlsh of Lawtey Is busy and plaster wall rub on with cloth. of which tha It property was assessed and the are names as foltwe In- -

ordinances the aale and of happy. Making a housecoat too. : Certificate No. 59. Year ofssunncn
many other towns now has against use To save paint left over pour a .
>. Hecrlptlon
Mrs. Bishop Thomas of Brookerhas Mnv 11, A. T 1947.
fireworks, but sometimes these dangers creep In, In spite of laws to little turpentine on the top enough .. or PropertvtVl' of :NWVit I
had company. Has new cur I> NK'/' Section 33, Township 5
the 56cB
to cover. Try cleaning Pure BUTTER Ib.
the contrary. 36') Creamery
tains and shades for her home. South Itunge 3t Bast containing - - -
sink with kerosene, also the bathroom acres. morr or less.. Name In which ,
"Each Fourth of July millions of people go Into the county for She Is BO happy. fixtures. Wipe dry and then i assessed. Pinkie Johnson. All of said

picnics. The carelcts. use matches smoking materials and campfires CLAY II1M.I Lorene Padgett clean with a rag wet with kero propertybeing In the County of

is responsible for a disgraceful and totally unnecessary toll of the writes she has passed to the seventh sene.I n.u'I'Ul'IUHEtr; Western PORK CHOPS (end cuts) lb. - 39c

woods and wildlife In them. The simplest; most obvious precautions grade. Shirley Carter andMildred ,
Sculley and Wilma Mosley feel sleepy. I did not get to TOUR IIOMR: UITII
these for the future.
will resources
save bed until nearly three thl8'morn- TIlE NEW:
also passed to the seventh Ella

The long weekend with the Fourth coming '>n Monday; will probably I Mae Osteen and Mildred Manning Ing. Don met the train at one but SUNMASTERALL Tenderized HAMS Shank half whole lb. 45c

result In many automobile accidents unless the utmost precaution passed to the eighth and Margaret It was late. Before seven they or -

Is used. One of the soundest pieces of advice from the auto angle I Wilkinson and Dorothy Killings. were ringing the doorbell with ALUMINUM

ifou drive. Don't drive If drink." worth paused to the 9th. Mrs. flowers. I am making another pin
Ji: "Don't drink you AWNINGS
I Lacy Norman had a birthday party afore.. I love all of you. God bless I II FREE ESTIMATES/ Country Style SAUSAGE lb. 19c
- for her son. Mrs. Norman ,you. Jt INSTALLATIONMcCOItD ,

Men's teaches a class In Sunday schoolat I P. S. My grandson Freddy Is "" _>_________ _______

I I ALVAREZ' STORE Clothlnlt'JI! I I'REASONABLE Highland. Hazel OrlfrU writes In the hospital and was operated : FURNITURE

her brother Earl Is home on leave. Ion at midnight for appendecltls. & NOVELTY SHOP California LEMONS per dozen - - 19c
Bell Mosley has to the 11th
># passed sent him a card. I love him Box:. 243 Starke. 51& ,
grade In Starke school. 'so and he will soon be seven.
The funeral la over. We burled I

Fresh Ripe PLUMS pound 21c
AJi. ......._ per - - -

PHONE 218 From where I sit.. y Joe Marsh


Now: I'm Going Back

charges attended with the finest of -- Hershey's CHOCOLATE SYRUP 1 lb. lOc

To High School can -
sincere serving: bring to us the friend

ship of the great communities which When I saw lights burning I.! the learning new things Is one) of my Armour's MILK 3 tall 25c
cans - - -
favorite bobbies.I
we serve. (j) high School auditorium last night. ) ,

looked In to see what went o.. From where I sit, It'. willingness

About twenty people were listento learn from the other that'
DeWITT C. JONESPhone lag to Buss Ellis. the electrician, makes American tolerant towards Delight CORN MEAL 5 lb. package - 19c

FLOWERSFOR talk about television. so many' different viewpoints and ,

7 Starke Fla. I slipped Into a back seat and tasttsiathlng.JustbecsussBuzaasked

ALL OCCASIONS Hap Thomas what was up. Ellis goes for chocolate malted*,
Florida SUGAR
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur DISH GARDENS Hap told me It was the new Self- while I prefer a mellow, glass I of CANE SYRUP gallon - 69c

Improvement Club. I stayed to lie. beer doeeat mean Tm right sad ,
local funeral ham enables to offer conveniences and
FolrERYPO1flD toad learned a lot.Buss really ..'.wroa .Incidentally,nest week

services not otherwise available. PLANTS know his stuff r. going to talk on how to ran a Setzer's BREAD lb. loaf white wheat millman lOc

... "" Turns out this club meets every newspaper. -

w. furnish the highest type service at lowest Vices. and FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE' Friday night. Each member givesa I n.1 "

accept AN? life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT talk, on the subject he knows most {! d -
about. I Joined on the spot because White Rose FLOUR 25 Ib.
company, as payment In part or la full on a funeral. Nona St Stark bag - - 1.49rAG1

Consultation carries no obligation.
C.PY" 4".198. U titJ Stain Braver Fo- tio" .
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r" ..
7 --

and Mr. and children Mrs.of N.Gainesville C. Mott and visited Mr.'I children and Mrs.of O.Branford W. Barry visited Sunday.M '. ,. Hugh Sullivan, I Lack Of Birth Certificate Is No Bar I

BROOKERBy and Mrs. J. R. Mott ]last weekend. WEDDING ANNIVERSARYA hr On Duty In Japan, To Benefits Derived From Social Security"I

Iva Mae Lewis Annette. Shirley Nell and Jack- e. Gains Promotion
large crowd gathered at the .-, Cosa don't have a birth certificate."
Ie Green Carolyn Kelley Shirley
home of Mr and Mrs. E. W, That according to Cary !M. -
Mr, and Mrs. Ratford Brannenof Ann Parker Betty Ann Crosby Hodges Sunday In honor of theft Announcement of the promotion Williams. Manager of the Social American people are cutting more ,

Ralford attended church at Elaine Crosby, Mary Francis Ha- 25th Wedding Anniversary and r. of Hugh M. Sullivan son of !Mrs. Security Administration Office In timber than they're' producing each

Rock and were dinner guests of zen, 4-H Club girls and Miss Mrs. Hodges' birthday. Mable Sullivan Starke Florida, Gainesville is a confession often year and If they keep that tip long-
her mother Mrs. Lee Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration -i to the grade of Sergeant was enough they're going to nm out
Mr. and Mr. apologetically by applicants
Sunday. Agent are spending this Those present were made recently by Colonel James of trees and Umber

Mr. and' Mrs R. K. Dukes and week at Cherry Lake. I Olin Parrlsh Joyce Farrlah Mr, R. Gunn Jr., Jacksonville! Florida for Old-Age benefits and There Survivors have been Insurance So foresters, wood-using Industries -

children of. Dukes were supper Josle Andrews and Jackie Barry and Mrs Leon ParrUh. and children Commanding Officer of Yokota cases he continued, of persons and others interested are

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl are attending the Bible Campat Mr. and Mrs. O. W Parrish Air Force Base where Sergeant falling to apply for earned benefits becoming more and, more concerned -
Polk City this week. Sullivan Is currently stationed for
Friday night.
and children Mrs. Vlrgie Adams simply because of a mistaken about our national timber
Mr. and Mrs. Valbourn Har Mrs. Mike TIlghman and chile duty with the Fifth Air Force
belief' that a birth certificate Is
children -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green and
rell and daughter Judy visitedhis dren of Gainesville visited her mother the occupational air arm of Japan. required of all applicants."Actunlly" picture. The situation Isn't con

mother Mrs Bulah Harrell Mrs. S. M. Mott, Monday. Mrs. Robert Green and Children Assigned to the 3rd Installation fined to one state or region but to
Mr. Williams
last weekend. Judy is spending ; Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Gano and I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dukes Squadron at Yokota Sergeant plumed "we ,know that people ex-in the whole country. Take Florida.

a couple of weeks with her grand. I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and son ,Mrs. Lizzie Green and Samuel I Sullivan is performing duties as for
Florida more than 33: or 40 yeai'llold Hardly a century
mother of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. a fire fighter for the BIte Fire
Parrish of Lake Butler Mrs. are not likely to have birth ago Florida hail thousands of
Mrs. Howard Douglas la a pa. R. F. Gano Sunday. WINNERS' IN TUB FIRST ANNtTAL ZINNIA SHOW sponsored Deportment. It Is his duty to opera certificates. Florida like
Johnnie Waters and daughter many acres of forests.
tient In the Alachua Mr. and Mrs. L. Brown vllt ate fire fighting .equipment rescue great There Just
County Hos A. by the Home Demonstration Clubs of Bradford County are pictured other States, hate maintained a
pital.! We wish her a speedy re ited .Mr. and Mrs. L. A. BrownJr. Eunice of Worthington Springs above with their prize exhibits displayed last Saturday morning in'' personnel, and salvage equipment general system of birth registration I seemed to be an almost unlimited!

covery. and Mr. and Mrs 8. E. Ritch Miss Bobble Sue McCarley 01 in case of fire. He Is also supply of timber. No wonder that
I ( the courthouse. From left to right are: Mrs H. T. Bennett of Law. only In comparatively recent
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey of Gainesville" last weekend Sanford Holland Hall of Trenton, toy, blue ribbon winner for massed grouping; Mrs. E. M. Blount familiar with demolition method years. I the sawmill folks In those days)
spent the weekend in Jacksonville Mrs. Cecil Moore of Gainesville I In preventing the spread of fire
I Mrs. Veleita Darns, Mr. and Mrs Lawtey red ribbon for arrangement; Miss Enza Blanchard, Lawtey and Is "No one who Is eligible for bt'ne-I thought very little shoot reforestation
an expert on resuscitation
with his sister Mrs. Rose Jordan visited Mrs. Guy. Iarrell and Mrs.
who Is a patient in the hos Bulah Harrell last week. Curtis Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. blue ribbon for arrangement; Mrs. A J. Fender, Sunnybrook. whit and first aid treatment. fits should delay applying for i and timber needs of the fu

pital.-" Rev. Donald Martin will close James Parker Mr. and Mr.. Waters ribbon for arrangement; and Miss Juanita Blount, Lawtey red ribbon I' Prior to entering' the service them or feel embarrassed becausehe ture. If they had thought of cut. '

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hlers visit. his two weeks revival at the Bap- and Miss Madeline Green all for single specimen. At rear la Miss Dorothy Ross, Bradford Home 'in December 10-12 Sergeant Sullivan has no birth certificate. We i ting trees by selection ]leaving i

ed Mrs. Hlers' mother who is a tist church In Palatka Friday of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Demonstration Agent who promoted, the show and plans to developIt I' attended' Bradford High can records accept and many almost other types has of enough seed trees and young trees

patient In St. Into annual event. She la holding the exhibit of Mrs. School. everyone
Vincent's in Jacksonville night. an Rosa Pin During World War II, he
Mr. and Mrs. to
nle Ralph
Goodge. or can get some satisfactory evidence provide continuous growth and
'Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Atkins and daughter of Mrs. .Ro... Pin holster of Brooker who won a red ribbon for massed grouping. Another served from January 1844 until
Goodge Starke. of his age. A birth certificate other
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodge Ilean. and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. holster Mr. and Mrs. Wilson winner not in the picture was Mrs. T. J. Alderman of Hampton Tune 19-1S In the European Theatreof Is of course useful and valuable measures perpetuatingthe

and Mrs. Truby Hodge and children Castlen and son visited Mrs. Iva Green and children Mr. and Mrs who was awarded white ribbons for massed grouping and mlscellim. Operations and then returnedto but It Is by no means necessary timber supply our forest pic
visited relatives In Palatka ,McKinney, who Is. a patient ir the states to receive his discharge ture today .would be far more)
Dave Green and Julian Green eous group. Mrs. D. W. Moore although not a member of the organization to have one to qualify for
]last: weekend. Glendale hospital in Palatka Sunday from the service. He wa favorable than It Is. There woe.
Everyone enjoyed the big dinner was given honorable mention for an unusual triple-headed Old-Age and Survivors Insurance
Miss Rosa similar cutting In other states.
Mary Bishop and associated with the Mohawk
r that was spread on a table out. specimen which she contributed to the show. Mrs. L 0. Powell, local Iooftlh.. ...-,"
little brother, of Ala. Muse BernIce and Arthur Wrecking And the
Roy Mobile Moody tide. Company at Camp uses for wood Increased]
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Moody Jr. are guests of florist served as chairman of Judges.' Blanding at the time of his reenlistment '- The local office nt Gainesville to a remarkable extent as the' cut

Markey this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Atkinson this CARD OF THANKS In the Air Force In handles all claim. for thesp benefits ting program proceeded 'and Increased

: Mr. and Mr!!. J. E. Hardee of Tune 1017 and remained on duty In the counties of Alachun. In volume. The' result today

! LaCroase visited their daughter. week.Mrs.. E. J. Lewis Allen and We wish to thank our many In the United' States until alertedfor Bradford !Marlon Dixie Levy and Is that we are now cutting:

i end family Mrs. Wilson Green Iva Mae Lewis were. in Gainesville friends for the expressions of sym GRAHAMBy HEILBRONN overseas movement' in April Gllchrlst. Williams states thatpersons more board feet of timber a year

: afternoon. the beautiful flowers, and 1918. In the following classes than
Friday- I Monday. pathy Mrs. John McKinney Hv Louise Nornuui are being produced by tree
: Mrs. Hamp Connerly of Ocala Mrs. Lettie Edwards and eon other acts of kindness and Arriving In Japan In May 1018 may be eligible for benefits and growth.

" visited Miss Mary Mott and Mrs. Harry visited her parents Mr. thoughtfulness during the loss ot Sergeant Sullivan was should get In touch with this of. Folks are waking to this unfavorable -
asulgned up
) Mattie Sowells Sunday. 'and Mrs. Tobe Norman Sunday.Mr. our beloved mother Mrs. S. E Rev. Lester E. Miller evangelistof Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Norman 01 to the Fifth Air Force and subsequently flee promptly If they have not situation regarding our

I Mr and Mrs. Hershell Layfield : and Mrs. Coleman Deese and Jones.The Jones Family. New York will be in charge of Lakeland are visiting relatives reassigned to the 3rd already done so. forests, and steps are being taken
Hprvlren Sunday morning! at theSaptiat here this week.
! M 8.--M llil'wllJ Installation Squadron at Yokotn 1. Persons 65 years old or older by foresters, Industries, and farmers
Church Mrs. Raymond Waters of Palat'
Air Force Base most prominentf who have worked on jobs coveredby I to correct It, but more immediate
i be In charge of music. ka is visiting Mrs. John demons Social
? the Far East Air Forces aerial Security Impetus is needed in the
, Mrs Kate Starling and son, for a few days. I 'retaliations'' located approximate 2. Survivors of Deceased workers program of reforestation\ and efficient -
Mrs. Ruth Conklin of MIamI
j Earl spent Sunday in High I ly 30 miles northwest of the Tok- who had worked on jobs coveredby forest management. The
was visiting Mr. and Mrs W. C. '
.rh Springs with friends and rela Yokohama area. Social Security season for planting slash, pine will
demons, Sr. this week also Mr
j Sergeant Sullivan's 3. Survivors of deceased, Veterans soon be here and every farmer k
tives.Mrs. and Mrs. W.V.. Moore of Cu- wife the
. Frances Hines of Bell and' coa. 'ormer Dorothy J. Pettlt, and of World,' War II, It the veteran who plants some seedlings ,will be
her' enter spent the weekend heir two children! died within three helping to relieve the situation
: after
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stearns oTavares are residing In year A
here with relatives. Starke, his discharge. and at the same time, will be
awaiting return from
were visiting her brothers -
Mr. and Mrs. Ellott Williams I. Q. and A. D. Norman. overseas duty. Payment of old-age and survivors putting In a crop that will bring:
; STAHTHOMEPLAYflTH attended church services here him good Income for many years.
over the weekend. They were ac Insurance benefits I I..* made only
Jib Sunday night.A companied home by her nieces ADDRESSESOF
upon application and eligible
( large crowd attended the sing Marlon. Wanda and Lynda Nor INTEREST are reminded that delay persons In i NOW! The hAil point pen the
at Mrs. F. T. Abernathy's SUn. man. MiirMulted for "'.\TP.tI.N'S. -
applying may cause loss of money
day afternoon.Rev. Mrs. Melba Ha I ton and daughter !\ with long-Ilf. rnrlrtilgK.
The following renewal and otherwise payable. If are 6fl .
of Chnttahoochee new you In. txMiiitlfnl ,..10._. Only) i *1.
: Johnnie Chlldress of Starke are visiting Change of addresses, received by and have n SOl'lal'Il'curlty/ card
Small sire, Just, t right for ladles ,
her parents Mr. and Mrs VV. C.
delivered a wonderful sermon at the Telegraph will bo of Interest get In touch with the Gainesville
hsndlsrg. ltrii.Ht.nl C': o II n t
the Christian Church Sunday Clemons, Sr.Mr. 'o readers: /Burial Security office, at once yTelegraph. 1
and Mrs. B. J. or
1ME night. Kggers even It you are still working. The

.# Henry Kates and two sons of Jacksonville, are visiting her parents Phil L, Brown. USS Kermit office Is located at 122 N. Garden p-.., --....------
Ocala attended church services Mr. and Mrs. T. N. NormanMr. Roosevelt AR.G-1 S Dlv., cure St., Ualnesvlllo.IN .

here Sunday morning. I and Mrs. J. C. Snpp anC FPO, San Francisco, Cnlif.

Mr. and Mrs. Hines and two sons were visiting relatives In Mrs. S, S. Dowling, 821 Lynton ('KK.VSKH l'UUlH'C'I'I'J!

daughters of Sun- Cocoa this weekend. St., Jacksonville 8, Fla. OP TIMBER: N'F.F.IIICn: TO I
Mlcanopy spent
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman an FLOOR
dny with his sister, Mrs. P. O. Mrs. Anthony Cermenaro 555: : MEET I.\KOKU URMANDH:
!\ and Mrs H. C. Edward, o''
& Starling. W. Main St., North Adams Mass. sandily .i
Jacksonville were fishing at thebeach
Mrs. W. J. At the rate .we're cutting our
Carson, 732 LillianSt.
John and J. D. e
McKinney son, ,
last week. They also visited
., Knoxville 1'. O., Pittsburgh forests now, It will not be many
were in Waldo Saturday afternoon. their sinters, Mra. M. Hubbard at
I Pa. yearn before we will be In a rather
/ Horace McKinney of Trenton Winter Garden and Mrs. H. W
unpleasant /
s I" spending two weeks with his I! Ucnrns at Tavares on the way Miss Betty Sue Sexton 26B2 our trees are predicament concerned'Insofar That Is as /. I /

if i .6 AJtttKe.qtllll ) parents Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney home.We Tupelo St., S. E., Atlanta Ga. unless we' lo aom..thlnlf-conRI ALSO PAINTINC(:
iil ..
+ 1 are sorry to report Mrs Mrs Ida Dekli, change of ad- able- about the matter. AND KKDKrOKATINGroii

McCarthy on the sick list this dress from Lake Butler to 2112. It's sort of like a biiHlne.ua house KMTMIATK uitiri{

II i iII4 week. Hope she will soon be well Summervllle Ave., Richmond Vu. that over the years, builds! up a

'\, ,IN1i 1 again.We Pfc. Frank Rosser, Jr 7 Malnt substantial bank account through II. I'. McKELVKY:
PI11kp'' t,,; '. i I,ll ;,I h Florida is world are glad to welcome Mr Squdn. Itomb (1111.) Carswell AFH, earnings, but then goes to work P.O. Ilex 268

I famous for vacations. Ily M..... II. M. McRa and Mrs. R. L. Clemons back home Ft. Worth Texas.! I withdrawing' funds from that a<1- sr.\itKK, rivNew \.
il't ih after' spending several months al Mrs. D. P Walker change of count faster than It can be maintained '.
f Thousands of visitors Palmetto. Work, Old \\ark. And
I "I address from California to 1025: at a safe level. If a bunt-
Ut id 1IIIi \ I' pay millions of dollars/ We were glad to have our pastor Mrs Owen McRae and !Mrs W Broadway, Maryvllle, Tenn. I ness house does that ort of thing ALL Work iil':11i1NTEEDI!
ll Rev. W F.. Hall, and his
h good
; i i Bob Palmetto MrsT. '
I were visiting/ Mrs. Edward J. long enough. It will fall. Well, the .
I to see .the things that wife back with us in the services N. Norman Mr. Schwab 2. ------------------.

11,t1, iiIIIII''Iilll in last Sunday.Mr. Monday am Sunset Dr. Skyline Terrace W 4._ _. _u_ ._._._ _u._._u_____d_ _. _ _._
are right our ownbackyard'Yet Mrs. Edd demons of Miami are Mlfflln Borough Tcnna. -'-"-'-'-"-'---'-'-'---'-"-"-'-"-"-"--

of and Mrs Loran Conner and visiting relatives for a few days.
many Howard Brown, 3rd Fir TIT
"IIg H laughter, PeggyAna, of Sylvanln. The many friends of Mrs. Oille Sanitarium Orlando Kid. ? of
have them Knowledge PharmacyUNSEEN
us never seen Ga., spent the weekend here with Thomas were grieved to hear of Mrs.
I't1' O C. Livingston 2A11
N ; '' "; ', I ourselves Let's See relatives. her death and our sympathy It Prospect Road Tampa Fla.

Florida This Summer) Miss Jo Ann, Myrick returned extended to her relatives.Mlsces Vernoll, M. Moody, Lewlnburg, BUT ESSENTIAL iTO
IUI HI.I} o her home In Jacksonville Sun. Rosa and Edith Moore Pa.

"/ ''I" day afternoon after a week's visit spent the weekend In Miami with A. M. Lewis 762 N. Franklin EVERY PRESCRIPTION j

.. \;( with Mr. and Mrs Robert Myrlck. friends. i it
....?,1 Gainesville Fin.
The new Baylcss Highway Is almost Beryl D. Casey 1-c Sn Dlv VUSS ;

.r' 1- o't!! '. completed, ready for the 201 Job ApplicantsIn Macon, CA-132, c.re FPO, I (

hard surface. We are all thankfulfor New York. N. Y.
Bradford County"Only (
It. It means so much to the 1 I T..1. Moore change of address, C
.. ,.Iw Y
mall carrier the church, and to'' worker from Lakeland. to Ht. 2, Starke. I t al yr wI
qualified are referred 1
c;! the farmers In this and other secIons. to an employer by the Florida 4Prc. James II. Gassett!, 10(10( (

? | State Employment Service for Sp] Wpn. Sqdn? lit) USA' F, Pentagon

.4 Mrs. Owen McRae and little son, i Interview and selection thus saving Washington 21>>. D C! I ,

Fabulous fresh and tall Natural wonders seldom Harley, spent Wednesday of last the employer both time an'l Mrs. Dirk Carroll 1715:) Dunnsn. j "-
week with her Mr. and Jacksonville, Fla '
parents. money, reports Mrs. Helen Sivla.
matched anywhereA :
wafer fishing ea Miss Hefty Sue Sexton 2 Mrs N. A Conner of Lake Butler. manager of the local office nerving |
Mr, and Mrs Robert Myrick this area. Tupelo St., S. K., Atlanta, Ga I

-: visited Mr. and Mr*. B. M. Myrick j The placement process of the Mrs. C C Tklwell change of''

In Gainesville Friday night of Employment Service, which address" from Hampton to Koutol I
,v last week 1, Starke #4l
.. matches an applicant's qualifications
,thousand amazing, amusing Cnturs-old' landmarks of with job characteristics, I N. Bemkopf change of ad I i' .
tights' to see .ofli.sl national life'y News of Local MenIn eliminates employers Interviewinga Irein from Keystone Hwlghts' to 'r1
]9 Main St, Well buro. Pa
U. S. great number of workers not K.: C. William change 1- I :I m
1 Navy qualified for the Job opening of II _____
from Boynton Beach Fin I II I
At present there are 201 upnllnantv _

'' e :i Charles J. Schaefer Seaman, __ llMtcri_ __..m In Bradford Count_ o care of Seaboard Railroad, I I f fI
= JSN, husband of Mrs. Margie L. Madison Flu.H .
While the l largest' number of applicants

luxurious accommodations Museums, porks gardens :.{ I Schaefer of Route 2. Starke recently are qualified as laborer*, C. Green change of address

ot yar't lowest. roles beauty on display .,'; r1 aboard arrived the In Plymouth destroyer England USS/ carpenters,and other skilled construction from Hampton to Route 2, Box 13,
Lake Fla. I
workers there are alsoa City
: O'Hara which has Joined the
few office workers, sales clerks Dennis Kite, S A., Box 61. _
Northern Task Force.
European I
:1d : and farm hands. Camp Mlramar, San Diego 4'5: t
f R. C. McCIimans, Jr., Fireman The Employment Service Is carrying Calif.

; .l I .1..... =-.d- f% .'"" Apprentice USN husband of Mrs. on an Intensive- effort to
F. 1132
/ Roy Button N Broadway -
Mary Alice McCIimans of Starke, .4umi.-
: ,lr find more Jobs for the county's f
Wonderful I.nnis. and forests of I Greensburg, Ind.
golf Jungles I"I serving with Subordinate unemployed" Mrs. Sivla said W .

boating olhtr sports' M& ancient; untamed America; I Group 3, Florida Croup Atlantic hope to list every job opportunityin Mrs Rosa Smith 886 N. 6th -?

Reserve Fleet based at Green the area so that unemployed St., Breese III. '

Cove Springs. workers may be promptly referred MM. Eugene Prevail. 1013 Forest l;; *

Pfc. Z. A. Cady USMC. son of to a job. St., Jacksonville Fla. 1 ;

Mr.. P. R. Cady of Starke, recently Mrs. Sivla. urges all employer A, P. Leach Ewing, Mo. I IP \ : ke'

completed a tour of dutyIn In the ares to cooperate with the Henry S. ChildresM, care Lumen I ,

FUN MAP of FLORIDA! Paris, France, where he wag efforts of the Florida State Service Supply Co., Bandy Va. I \ '

attached to the Marine Guard De. by listing their Job opening' a.
Joe 36.11 S. Clement
This beautifully' illustrated' tschment of the U. S. Embassy Orders may be placed by telephoning Ave., Milwaukee Schott 7, Wisconsin. I :a''t

full-color map suggests' scores of highlights He Is now serving In London Gainesville 1278 or by a I ,,
with Marine Guard letter Mrs. C. H. Barton, 2511 Beaver _
England the addressed to Post Office
Gr' for your Stay' -of-Home' Vocation.' I Brook Jacksonville, Fla. I
Detachment of the Headquarters Box 172. Gainesville. Letter
Gel your copy al our office 'today. Command. should be complete with Job requirements C. A. Cox. 1061 N. W. 122ndSt. JYOTICf: This store will be closed

They're Free, an extra 'Sunshine Service"/. / i William P. Thaoue, seaman, .US hours wages etc." ., Miami Fla.

N. grandson of Mr. Jane Kite of Because of the contact with the )fre. Mayme Brown 2911 11th Sunday and Monday, July 3 and /,

Route 2, Starke la visiting Mediterranean state and national offices, w* may St., Tampa Fla.

ports while serving on be able to fill your difficult job Clarence Rhoden 503 Mathexon except for the Western Union office,

r the destroyer USS Kenneth D. openings for which there Is no St.. Wichita 8, Kansas.R. .

'\ Bailey attached to the Sixth Task qualified worker In this area." L. demons, change of address which will be opell on Sunday Schedule.
.1 et. Mrs. Sivla remarked.
from Palmetto to Rt. 2. .
A representative of the Florida
VOW! The ball point ffm th. State Employment Service Is on
world waited. for WATER- hand alternate Thursday morningsat Miss darice Thomas, change KOCH DRUG STORE

1;,1 MAN'S, with" long-sfe cartridge.a the American Legion Hall, at of address" from Jacksonville to

till ,.; beautiful. color Only I $1. SUrke.' or the City Office at 306 VV. Union St., Gainesville

Small six*, just right I.r ladles Lawtey In the afternoon, to assist Fla. PHONE 53

'. b..b&... Bradford Consityetrfraph. both employers and Job applicants. Lent ha 11 Wymon. Forestry Dlv.,

N. c. State College Raleigh :N. C- - J.-------v




FRIDAY. .JULY; 1. 1919I

rAG FOUR ,. _
----- are of interest to E:: COUI s in par

Miss Viola Cooke Weds Hugh' C. StithIn STATE. PLANS ACTION Lt. F. M. Williams Twelve Scouts ticular. Among these are swimming .

1, 1J Lovely Washington D. C., Ceremony 'TO SWISHER LAKES Graduates FromA. Spending This WeekAt boating canolng shooting
Scoutcraft woodworking hand
: 1 EchockoteeTwelve
1 Attorney General Richard Ervln F. CommunicationsFirst craft and many others. Compel

was directed to take "such stepsas members of Boy Scout eat leaders and instructors are

:- may be necessary" to provide Lieutenant Francis' M. Troop 70 are enjoying a nix-day provided for each of these activi

public access to a half-dozen State Williams graduated last week camping period at Camp Echock ties.
the from the Air Force Communication located on Doctor's Inlet
owned lakes by otee.
Scouts attending frm
School Scott Air Force camp j
Uesideace (1 private property of Carl S. Swlsh- at near Orange Park. '
Office Mooty
Gladys Base 111, It was announced by two Troop 70 are Tom McClane Bilh
Phone 35 er. their stay at camp
rhone 29 Editor the bane commander Brigadier During been Dodd, George Canova, Richard
Swisher, Jacksonville cigar com- patrols of six boys each have Williams ..
- --- General Emil C. Kiel are led KIdil, Raymond Wayn.Douglas
( pany executive, owns a large organized. These patrols Edward Weigand
Air Force Communications -
Graduated ,
Bishop Short Is Mrs. Ward HostessTo tract of land In Putnam County aa Officer an Lt. Williams by Troop 70's and two Tom Star McClane.Scouts Canovn Jr.. Tommy Gill, Kenneth..
denied Dodd
The Cabinet last month Billy
Speaker At Pledge Ladies AuxiliaryThe him permission to lease the lake la qualified for assignment to the Throughout the camp period these Tyus Scoutmaster, Gene Shaw.Johnny Jerry Joca.Colly, and

i bottoms. command of a communications two patrols will vie :with each other

Supper TuesdayThe Ladles Auxiliary of the The leases would have permitted I squadron, or group thereby fillinga for top position, and the Win.nlnK
Presbyterian Church held its I key position In the Air Force. will be rewarded with make old stamp pads work like
of him to bar the public from group
annual Pledge Supper
monthly meeting Tuesday evenIng Lt. Wllllama son of Mr. and its returnto new with our rubber stamp pad
Church was the lakes. His attorney, LawrenceC. a theatre party upon
the Starke Methodist 7:30 o'clockIn in the home of Mrs. C. F Case complained persons claimIng Mrs. Thomas S. Williams, Starke, Starke. Also, each boy is striving Ink Four rotors. 350 per Jar. Br.wl-:
night at : I
held the Tuesday recreation building. Ward with ten members and one access to the water have flew 87 combat missions In the to earn the title of best ford County Telegraph.W.C.T.U..

of beautiful summer guest present. j. stripped Swlsher's orange groves, European Theater of Operations.He Srouter for the period and the

flowers Quantities, arranged In bowls and Mrs. W, A. Stern, vice-president, cut his fences and committed /was awarded the Air Medal lone winning this honor will also

vases, were placed at vantage presided over the meeting. Mrs. I general; vandalism. with one Oakleaf Cluster three I,I receive a suitable prize for his

points In the large dining room Ward' had charge of devotions Frank Walrath Jr., representing campaign ribbons, find the European efforts. .

and reception hall. Low bowls of: which consisted of songs, scrip. n a group of citizens seeking Theater Ribbon. The camp program at Echock TUB LIQUOR POWER WILL

mixed garden flowers were placedon ture. Miss reading Louise meditation Stern and rendered prayer. access to the lakes told the Cab Upon his recall to active duty, otee affords the boys an opportunity REMAIN ON TOP AS!' LetS(,

the/ long supper tables.T. ,' two piano solos Mrs. C/C. Wynn, inet I Swisher has and a locked fence aroundhis I Lt. Williams was assigned to attend I to take part in a varietyof AS THE LIQUOR REMAIN: ON

H. Slade general chairman. program leader, read the poem .t property gates the Scott Air Force Base activities that are of Interestto TAP.FLORIDA
across roads leading into it. He I and others that ( GOOD NEWX! )
served as'muter of ceremoniesand "Your Holly Day" followed with J asked that the public be admittedto ,Communications School. boys generally
Introduced Mrs. Roy H. Short "Back' To The Church" by Mrs.C. I
the State lakes within the I
wife of Bishop Short: Mrs. W. G. F. Ward and Mrs. T, N. Ken- Swisher
Haile, president of the Woman's drick. Declaring Walrath's request Your A*I" I I.* ",\11 Set For a Glorious 4th" WithIi
and C. H. Nasworthy,
, society; Six calls were made during the "manifestly in the public interest"
chairman of the Board of Stew
month by Ladles of the Auxiliaryand Warren said he Is unable to see
ards. Mr. Slade alMa thanked L three trays of food were given a "how we can take any other PICNIC
Davis for the number of
A. year. to the sick by Mrs. J. H.
course than to exercise what authority
that he has .erved a. treasurer
Avery. Mrs. C. F. Ward was we have. (To provide excessto
of the church and Introduced JW. x Ii
directed to order Christmas cards the lakes.) If we are in error,
McIntosh as the new treasurer to be sold by the Auxiliary. Mrs. the Courts can point it out to r- t FAVORITES..1 -
George Bunch, and Karl Mors- "
Duncan reported that a coffee of y u. .
tein and his two children, were Introduced
urn had been presented to the The Governor added a suggestion
aa new members uf the '"'"
Auxiliary.Mrs. that "we get through legislation -
and Rev. and Mr. H. T
church Ward, assisted by Mrs. W denying property ownets =-.1
Foley of Waldo as visitors. A. Stern served refreshments during the right to own lakes. I've also GALORE !
Following the chairman I I'
supper the social hour. been alarmed at the way private I
called on Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor
Interests control of
are getting
of the church to Introduce Bishop I
WSCS CirclesTo .Florida beaches. Soon you're not
Short, the guest.sp..aker. Bishop
going to be able to get to the ANN PAGE
Short Is Bishop of the Jacksonville Meet July 5th
Gulf or the Atlantic without per
area of the Methodist Church x "

which includes the Florida Con Circle members of the W. S. C. '. mission.

ference and Cuba and Is the only S. of the Methodist church will FLORID FLOOD SITUATIONA SALAD DRESSING KETCHUPQt. .

In the U. S. includesforeign meet 5
area that July at 3:30: o'clock. CONDITION NOT THEORY
territory Circle One will meet at the

At the conclusion of Bishop home of Mrs. W. A. Bessent at As it has just been said by Dr.

Short's address, pledges were Klngsley Lake. Mrs Call Johns A. P. Black professor of chemistry 40c; PI. 22c; 8 oz. ISc 14 oz. Bottle 17c.

made by members for the budgetof will be her co-hostess at the University of Florida, I

the church. Circle Two will meet at addressing a Jacksonville service
Kings- Miss Viola Heflin Cooke, daughter Silver and
huckleberry greens.
Approximately 123 members and ley Lake at the home of Mrs. J. of Mr. and Mrs Charles Hen white lighted candles In sliver club. flood control in Florida is Ann Page Creamy Smooth Nona
friends were present to enjoy this H. Rltch. Mrs. Herbert Ritch will an investment as well as a pro-

delightful evening.A be co-hostess. ry became Cooke the of bride Washington of Hugh: Chandler D. C.-, candelabras flanked the wedding tection. The only question Is where Peanut Butter, 1 lb. jar 35c Peaches, No. 2Vz' can 21c

similar supper was given fcr the Is coming from to
Circle money
Three will meet :with Stith, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. cake.Mrs.
the children of the church Wednesday Mrs H. H. Adams at her home Chandler Stith of Falls John A. Patterson assistedat carry It out.
evening at 6:30 o'clock. on North Walnut Street. Mrs. A. Virginia the guest book and Mr. L. C. Dr. Black has presented figuresto A&P Grade A N'ntlc-y
on Saturday. June 4, at
Greene cut the bride's
N. show that the Autumn floodsIn
Holiday will be her co-hostess.
8:0.0 o'clock In the evening In the
- After greeting their guests and South Florida counties two Peaches No. 29c 1 lb. .19c
21/'can Oleomargarine
Mrs. Barefoot HostessTo Calvary Baptist Church, Washington - -
spending some time with them. years ago cost the State more I
Junior Club Plans D. C. The Rev. M. Chandler
TEL ClassThe Mr. and Mrs. Stith departed on than $90,000,000. To combat the

Swimming PartyThe officiated Stith, father at the of double the bridegroom, their wedding* trip to Virginia flood menace under presently pro lona Tomatoes No. 2 2 for 23c Dexo .3 lb. 79c
annual ring cere
meeting and covered Beach. The bride traveled in a posed plans would cost an estimated : can can - -

dish luncheon of the T. E. L. Junior Woman's Club wl.I mony. pink linen suit. with white accessories. $208000,000 with the Federal

Class of the Baptist Sunday have its annual swimming party The chancel of the church was Her corsage was a Government providing $171,000'

School was held Monday at the next Thursday, July 7, at the covered with white and banked white orchid. 000 and the State $37.000,00.0 overa lone Golden. Sweet lona
home of Mrs P M. Barefoot with with palms and clbotlums. At Mrs. J. E. The'work
Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Martha Futch of Starke and period of 10 years
twelve members and five guest. Smith. Swimming will beginat various points were lighted white Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore, would get started under the expected Cream Style Corn, No. 2 can 13c Flour, 25 lb. bag ,- 1.49

present 6:00: p.m. after which a picnic candles In cathedral candelabrasand Md. were among the out of town Congressional appropriation -

The Barefoot home ;was attractive supper ;will be served by the hostesses baskets of white gladioli min guests attending the wedding. of $16,000.000 this year and

with pot plants and vanes Mrs. A. B. Baker Mrs. R. gled with green fern. The family the State's' appropriation of $7- lona Peas, No. 2 can llc Our Own Tea, 1 lb. 91c
and bowls; of summer flowers and G. Kidd, Mrs. Martha Smith, Mrs. pews were marked with white GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe 000,000 more..

the dining room table from which Frow Strickland and Miss Frances peonies tied with satin ribbon. H Is easy, when considered In -

the buffet luncheon was served Colley. A short business meetingwill The nuptial music was renderedby Girl Scouts held their regular comparison with the billions appropriated -

was beautiful with a lace cloth follow. Those needing trans Miss. Laura Hughes, and Irving meeting Wednesday afternoonand for other purposes, to

centered with a bowl of mixed portation are asked to contact Chandler cousin of the bridegroom are busy planning their square think of the Government provid-

flowers.At Miss Lillian Stump.. sang "Through The Years", I dance on June 0 Does anyone ing a mere $16.000,000 and more I
1:30: a short Bible study "Because" and "The Lord's iiwiyIj
Pray know where we can find some at any time. Florida's concern

and prayer opened the business WCTU ChapterMet er." I dried cornstalks, ? For the atmosphere will be about the seven million %o 1

meeting. The offering amountedto The bride was given In marriageby you know. Five girls were that would have to go along. It
$"7. All bills were voted paid. FridayAn her father Charles Henry chosen for the decorating committee means as has been said by NOtIl1Wash.

The committee appointed to select Cooke. Her gown was of white Governor Warren the State Bud- Bing Cherries, lb. 29c

and purchase chairs and desk reported Interesting meeting of the marquisette over satin and featured Big plans were also made for the get Commission and Dr. Black
that 30 Laura. Scott W. C. T. California. ... Size 38 .
chairs and a desk U. was a sheer camping afternoon that of Klponeil. .

yoke and bertha trip Friday some new sources revenue \
had been purchased and placed In held last Friday. Two Temperancesongs collar with fitted bodice and long night, and Saturday afternoon.The would have to be found; but econ Jumbo Cantaloupes, each 19c

the new Sunday School room; were sung and a very help. sleeves tapering Into points over Scouts will leave bright and omies, where possible of Introduction IUY AN ixnA SUPPLY cr'.v\ '

Venetian blinds had also been In ful lesson was gleaned from passages her wrists a very full skirt with early, 8 o'clock, Friday morningand In other State functionIngs .
Peaches. & 3 lb. 39c
large juicy
stalled. of Scripture on why wu! cascading ruffles which fell Intoa return around 4:30: Saturday could help to ease the load. MARVEL BREAD TM"
After all business had been should be Temperate, cloning with
long cathedral It
train.The fingertip Finally however comes I
taken care of the session adjourned the 128th Psalm, read meditavely, Watermelons large size each 69c
and veil was of sheer Imported illusion Half of the Troop had a chanceto to the fact that Florida floods FOR THE LONG WEEK-IMDI

and a closing prayer was prayer was transacted Regular routine business gathered about a bonnet try out the brand new tennis have cost dearly; that other disastrous Halves 35c
offered. and
plans and tied under the chin into a rackets at the tennis court. The floods, should they come,
The social hour was under the for the next people's Rally. A bow. She carried a dainty hand others enjoyed the badminton could cost equally much, or more Marvel Bread 1 '/ lb. loaf 18c
card of cheer sets Lemons Cat. full of juice 432'a doz. 39c ,
direction of
Mrs O. R. Matthews, was sent from the bouquet of phalnenopsis! orchids while some worked on -and that if, by the expenditure ,
First Vice-President and Social local Union to Mrs. O. E. Stannbury -
Chairman, who conducted several --a patient In a*Jacksonville and of lllly\ of the valley with a shower The Junior Group Is planninga of the estimated sums over a 10- Plums. Cal. Santa Rosa, 1st of season n. 23c Marvel Sandwich 1 / lb. loaf 18c
ribbons. Her the flood situation
only ornament nature hike and picnic Juno year period
contests In which Mrs. Hospital. Simple refreshments
It. L. of
Ice cream and wafers was a strand of pearls which 23. could be brought under permanent Bananas, Golden Yellow, 2 lb. 27c 65c
Hough, Class Teacher, and Mrs. was servedat were a gift of bridegroom control the balance would be Fourth of July Cake -
the close of Scribes: Mary Sue
the EppersonTechnicolor
Pickering were the winners meeting.
Mrs. John H. Cooke. IIlste..ln.'law I on the profit side of the ledger.
and Lucille McRae. Lettuce Cal. Iceberg:, sz. 60's, 2 heads, 19c Package Of Six
of the bride was the matronof To employ a trite expression

MOTHERS! ItrgUter The r honor. She wore a net gownof ; 1 it Is a condition not a theory, White Potatoes loose or bagged, 10 lb. 39c Fourth of July Cup Cakes 35c

New Baby For Valuable How NOT canary yellow designed with a ; 'Tulsa with which these Southern counties

ruffled stole which tied softly Coming To Park are confronted. The same is Corn Fresh Yellow Large Ears, 4 for 25c

... Gift At Our Store To Catch CrabsGET about the neck, a fitted bodice true, In the Orange Lake and Potato Chips, Jane Parker 1 lb. can 79c

-.. and very full hoop skirt She -carried For Three DaysThe Suwannee River districts, where Okra. Fresh, Cre; <.>n. 2 lb. . 23c;
);;.- ,. a fan shaped bouquet of farm leavy and costly inundations have

HIM: LOOSE carnation. exciting technicolor spectacle iccurred.,, -Florida Times-Union
) :Milk White (House 6 sm. or 3 tall 3ic
V GET HIM: LOOSE': t The bridesmaids "Tillaa", starring Pedro
were Miss Armendarlz, Susan Hayward, and ---- ----
So screams VV. M.\ Melsun
Madge Rrnwnlee of Starke -- --- -
Miss Grade A
\f WEAR during a crab catching demon. Betty Jo Welch Miss Frances Robert Preston will be shown at GwlJUriiif i
titration, put on for the benefit Weber and Mrs Paul Mary the Park Theatre Sunday, Monday for M t Jim Dandy Grits, 5 lb. 29c

Everything for the Child of the boys during a recent firh- cousin of the bride. Sandra Weldler Stith., and Tuesday. D&C ( for **"

From Birth to 12 Year Old Ing trip over on the Gulf Coast. sister of the bridegroom and Jac- This historical saga is laid In Monty, trvt dres.drawnFRYERS .
Seems the party went over .....rly quelyn Lee Cooke, niece of the Oklahoma, where the five civil. TARKE FLA. < Light Meat Tuna 7 oz. A&P 3Sc

RONNIEDONNIESTORE I Saturday p.m., catching: a nice bride, were the flower girls. 7ed Indian nations. were among Atf* Fint Quality"SuperRight"

{string of speckled trout. They the most forward ethnical groupsIn

stopped on a small Island conked The bridesmaids gowns were the country with their own Sun, .Mini., TI...."., July S.I.. i 3 Tomato Juice, 16 oz. lona -. 23c
228: K. Call Starke fashioned after that of the matron
a nice fish dinner and prepared school and governments.
of honor. Mlx Brownlee
and Mrs.
to spend the night.; But due to Armendariz, Mexican star, TULSA
the hour being so early, they decided Weldler wore aqua while Miss, portrays one of the leaders of MEATS Hright Sail Bleach, !/t-gal. 21e; qt. He
and Miss
Weber chose shell
to( catch and boil some crabs the Cherokee, who to :
MARCIA JUNIOR pink. Their bouquets were of pell- attempts Susan HAJanl, Itoht. Frrston 49c. Ib.
for a late snack. Everything went save the tribe's rich cattle land: Pedro ArmenilarU

BY LADY FAIR 0, K. until time to place thetrbbe flower argonjum girls carnations.wore long The dresses little of from the inroads of unscrupulousoil Alto Short li Cartoon Tide, large box - 27c
** In the boll pot. One of the operators.
BEAUTY SHOP" orchid and green which carried Large Jumbo Shrimp, lb. 69c '
party wanted to Use big The beautiful In technicolor .
a pairof scenes .
out the rainbow colors. They car- \\pd., Thurs.. July 6. 7
pliers, but Mr. Melson said ried dainty bouquets of .deep pink form a handsome backgroundfor DOI'II LE FEATLKK:. 10 to 12 Ib. average weight Bright Sail Soap Flakes, large box 19c
that would break the claws and the dramatic action.
J.rI thus ruin the finest part and he carnations Hams, Half or Whole, lb. 65cIn
Robert Stith, brother of the Saxon Charm
would show the timid one how LIVESTOCKMARKET::! Octagon 3 bars for 20e
Laundry Soap
bridegroom, served ns best man. C4'lInphaan.> Package
to catch a crab with his bare RF.PORT
hands Why there was/ nothingto The ushers were Donald Fentl- Susan Hayward RobertMontgomery Frankfurters, Skinless, lb. 49c
.. man James Stith, brother of thebridegroom Slaughter cattle and calves sold I
It all
had do
-- to was .
I Bright Sail Hand 14
Soap. oz. ,
reach In the net and catch him Donald Humphreyand steady to strong at the Farm.'rIIProdul'e AND
John Cooke brother of the Livestock. Market' in Picnic Hams lb. 48c
from behind like this ? ? ? --- & SUNSET CARSON - -
bride. Gainesville this Tuesday. Stocker
the next thing you let out a war 3acCorn
Sail Air Deodorant
Bright Purifier &
whoop start doing a war dance The bride's mother wore a crepe cattle were active, with prices RIDES AGAINAl Sliced AsVd. Cold Cuts Ib. 55c
of nile higher. There was a good demandfor ,
around the f'.re! -screaming atthe gown green with yellow
i all packer hogs with price Al Terry .t Tat Starllnjc
top of your lunpGET accessories. Lovely yellow daises King Sliced Bacon lb. 49c Dailj Dog Mea), 25 lb. bag . ..23;
steady and feeder pigs sold to
''HIM: I.OO.SE-FOR TilE LOVE: formed her shoulder corsage. up ,
'r )A LL IOK HEAVEN-UET HIM LOOSE! Mrs. Stlth mother of the bridegroom $2&:10.

All the time slinging your chose a peach lace gown. HOGS: No.1, $2030; No. 2, DOIBLE FEATL-KK: Sunnyfield Sliced Bacon, lb. 59c TALCO MASH

1 M ev"f arms around like a windmill In Her corsage was of blue delphiniums JJ200V! No. 3, $20.Iii; No. 4. 19. STARTING

a hurricane-and finally the crab sprinkled with lilly of the 00; No. 5. ,1913; No. 1R. $18 ..". India Speaks Sugar Cured Bacon Sq., lb. 25c 23 lb. 99c 100 Ib. 3.75

gets dizzy turns loose and valley. CALVES: Medium.. $22 to S2/;

falls to the ground-so endeth Woodward Hall In the Calvary Common. $19 to $22; Culls, $1550. With Richard Halliburton Pork Loin Roast (end) lb. 49c

.. .. Ie errblt. end hired IIII I the first lesson. Probably after Baptist Church decorated with to $19. AND

I .letrtl. Mr. Melson's Index finger hal I palms, green ferns and baskets STEERS A HF.IFFRS. Cutters.SIS .
d healed sufficiently for another of both bridal and spring flowerswas to $21.25: ; Canners, $13 to $13; A MAN Qui'k Froz. Perch Fillet lb. 33c

LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP semester he will conclude the, the setting for the reception.The Stockers $18.50 to $19.75. SEES RED I

demonstration all he has to dc, bride' table was overlaid COWS: Common $18.25 to 119.-

'" now is to get; him off the ground with a quaker lace. cloth and centered 75: ; Cutters $16 to $1325:: Can With Buck Jones Fresh Lean Hamburger lb.'47c

Into the boil pot-will keep posted with a five-tiered wedding ners, $14 to $16. Chap. U of Serial Cartoon a

,. and let you know how this I cake. The foot of the cake was BULLS; Heavy.. $17.50 to 18. -- _____ I
Is accomplished. adorned with! single gladioli and,75.. -. .








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Mr. and Mrs. Don Page spent Mrs. Ruby Johns Is visiting her Miss Elma Lee Mickey! spent Bette Davis Given pnnea other than. the Nuhmlitalon of Orifrr nl Pnhltrallon. null Vntlr" 4ppear. _

the weekend In Jacksonville visiting sister Mrs. Rhoda Underbill In the ,weekend In Jacksonville visit. '1. bid will be fiirnlnntid at th. actual er. rK OF .'lonilut lot
rout of dupl'cntkin'! but withoutrvftiml !'tinrn, "mlll..... Whose rfflfl 1..ncA l IC
Mr. Page's parents, Mr. and St. Petersburg this week. Ing Mrs. Neal Bertelscn. Comedy Role In 10,1i,) Kelly Street, New York, IIr Didder. ciimliricatliinN mum lie :.Jew fork:
Mrs. W. W. Page. MIss< Dolores McKnight: who Is Mrs T. H. Willis of Palatka New Florida Film .ntliifitrtury, 10 the Itnnrd of Public Ynll..* r<>",,11''>d to appear on
In Columbia S. C. with her patents I Inniructlnn of Urn J for d County. AiiKimt 1. I'MIl! In the ahiww. namvil
Paul Knight of New York Cit was the guest of Judge and Mrs Court and entice, whxmln plaintiffHnekM
) Bette Dav' and
::: Mr. and Mrs. Bustle Mc. Mnitfimerv Hoard nf PitMIe' Instruction (JMoroc*. Itradroril, County
_* will arrive In Starke this weekend Knight attended the annual pal. A. Z. Aclkms at Kingsley Lake are teamed 1 for the first nf HriKlford, County Florida. reo Telegraph shall puhllnh' this Order
2 Nerve a the right to \tvalva Informal-, \ In neat four Weekly IKHIIPW
to spend his vacation with metto Boy's State Ball in Columbia from Thursday until Monday.Mr I time' In their screen careers In lulCM In /any bid and to reject any "'ItnoaK my hand, and official I
"Tiin' Bride" playing at the Florl- or all bltlK. I .oi-al 1 nt Ktniko Klorldn\ this Juno
June 25.
his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. B on ... and Mrs. R. J. Davis were : dn The 1-Mnril. of F'ulilln Inotrur- 21 I'M1' .
F. C. Hollingsworth) retunied Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. In Daytona over the weekend. I Theatre Sunday and Mondnv I linn of Uradfonl. l'ti ii Iv..FitriIa l (OFKlCIAl SKA: I.) A. .t. Thomas.
J. R. initiated Knight. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loran Conner and In one of her few comedy roles Hv H.. 1'. ;Moriniii& l'.c.I"ry.! An "liirk of HHld. Court,
weeks Walnwright were .
Saturday from a three vacation -I : Bv ITavftn f'1..hv. I). CT .
L. L. 1-\ 2t 1-8
into the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority Miss Mary Lynn Strayhorn of daughter, Peggy and Mrs. F. J Shaw Is attending the Bette In seen a* the editor of Frank T.,nndriini, stark*" Florid i,
In Hot Springs; Ark. Conner were visiting Mrs. F, J. '. Ally. for Plf\ 7-1 4t T.2JIn :
as Province Initiates last FridayIn Wildwood school for hotel Inspectors of the a magazine that specializes In In. tIreiulf ( .urt. ll..iloril ..n...,.
Is her uncle and
visiting ,
t i.rIdi 'n .
Shaw and tbsnr..y.utiter
family Monday. the American home,
Mrs. M. R. Judd and childrenare Miami. Mrs. W. H. Thomson. aunt Mr and Mrs. Vasco Hazen State Hotel Commission at FSU point of view. \> I l.nnilon. l'lnlnllft.1": r- 1..11 r........ tlmdford Commlr,
Jr. of Monticello and Mrs Fred the I In Tallahassee this week. Rob plays the part of a former I tli I Ijinditn. i ImfKiulitnt, Cane No Klorldai lit < hnnrrrr.K .
Mrs. T. E. HerndonIn Mrs W. E Thornton spent
visiting .
this week. 90rP4"ii correspondent andworld.wt.a ri7Or.lrr> II Utixili-r, -'lui irtIff., v". lfa.l.-.
Valdoa. Ga. this week. Guy of Gainesville members of early part of the week in Plant \ Mrs. Charles K Burton returned rP. cynical \ .of CTS'll.l l>n>>llfa. 05.li>i. Pi.OItllIt A \.. li>cfnntr. < t tie.", 7111 IOA| 8nvrit. >r. lltfndilnt ('....,. No.

Z. T. A. accompanied them. Sgt. Rutherford Reese will spend City and Dover. II l I.t'' .......
last weekend from Aberdeen Md. Comnllcatlon. arise. when Botte indun. w hnHH resiiei'e la, f>f Publication anil Notlr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Mack 1-phiinon, It. I H I. 2. M.'W .i lcrm. .y: t. tcprarMTITH
and O. M. Siatrunk Mr. and Mrs D A. Monteith the Fourth of July weekend with Marybeth Lane- of Jacksonville where she had spent the pits' hires Bob and the entire magazine Vnu are roiiulrinl,, to apppar/ on C.,-' II.Illl lit t "I'(01
Futch Joe Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Green andMI' three weeks husband. Aim-nut, I I. 114'!). Hi, M'arlHlpInc' .... .
of Eustls: and Mrs. G J. Mc- Is visiting her grandmother. Mrs. I visiting her staff moves to a small Indlnnn .. In I nlinv niinicil Siiy ) >r \'h. r Nldinc\ last Cciiirt
nnd I IM
were in Tallahassee Sunday .all"e.'h.ln plaintiffKfpkH 211 Jloclmann Street, CMnrhinatl.
and Mrs. Don Page. Mro.Reese Sgt. Burton of the National own to rover a "June Bride" .
'and Mrs. Merrill Cuff, Jr. of Gainesville were Sun Bertha Pearce. this week. Mary. dlvorco n-nilford t'niinty lihln:
visiting Mr. day guests\ of Mr. and. Mrs. W. who has been visiting her beth's mother, Mra. Mary Lane, II Guard Is attending: a ten! weeks. fentiire for an early Issue. The I I I Teli ill I neSt'icraph fur shall piilllxh: ,I: thin Order I You are 1'.1111',1. to appear on C
Kutch and family. parents the A. T. Greens for the I course in the Ordnance school at Weekly lepups. AuiriiKt, I I. II4'I! In the abiivv nilmfil'
lm abounds ..
II Graham at Klngsley Lake. Is arriving todaY' to spend the with situations on I \Vltn H" mv hnnd nnd officIal' Court anil riiimo; wherein: plaintiff r
past month will return with Sgt. the Aberdeen Proving Ground. lie the humorous '-nl Nt StOrks Pliirlcla thl* June leeks. dlvnrrc .
strictly (
Mr. and Mrs. Garth Straley The Grahams, also have as their Fourth ,weekend with her mother.Mr. aide 21! 1049.I .. Ftraclford County
and daughter. Pat, of .Jacksonville guest Miss Lu Reynolds of Tampa. Reese to his base at Maxwell Field expects to finish on July 18. Next Thursday And Friday will I Ibrln i I I UIKKICIAL. "IIgA' .) A..1. Tlinmaa T In.l nest icrnnh four shall\\rrkly pniillnh,issue.thl. **. Order

Montgomery Ala on Monday. and Mrs. Earl George and the dramatic Aa Clerk: i>f said Court .
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Newcomo "Pitfnll, ,, Pv' haven rriiMbv, ll C. Wltnmii mv hnnd and, official'
JDunca-n last Sunday. A. J Finley of Hawthorne wasa son Don. of Orlando were guests starving Mrnbeth: Sc-ott Pick Alt>' for I'lf 7.1411.22 I ...nl at Stark.. Inrlila, this Juni.
Marsha had their weekend 38 l"4'IOFFICI.'t.
Mary Lynn Mr.
Strayhorn as guests, '
Starke visitor Tuesday. Kay Ilazen Martha Landrum and of Mr. and Mrs. H B. Sullivan a and 51 is.! E W Newcomb of Powell and Jane Wyatt, to the I.. 4.1..-...it I.....rt. llrnilforil, (.....iii,. ( I'll'' ': \T.1 A. J. Thoman.
Misses Patricia and Barbara few days this week Mr. George'smothE'r. Florida screen! l-li.rlilni. In <."..,"''.. Ai Clc-rk: of mild Court..
Friends of V. E Howard will Mary Sue Epperson visited relatives lando and Mr. and Mrs. J. or-I I llirtlf VHHdnn ',, Tv llttven Crosby, D CMirvlcl :.
Atlanta Ga. are 1 ( .
Clapp of spending I Mrs. Ida George returnedto Dick H vast ni John Forbes .. P "If"'hl. Plaintiff < AniliMHnii' tires. .n Cnvi: .*
Brooker Stott Houutoii \I'v It I
be happy to hear he returned in Tuesday. of Texan. I'lllllflilil, Diifmuliuitt'liiH
from Wednesday to Sunday Orlando with them for an Indefinite An Bverngre young American In N<>. TISilOnlrr : "Hprlnit". riorlclnAlly .
from the Riverside for I'lf 7-1 41 1 :*:J
Hospital on ,
with their uncle- and aunt Mr. visit. his thirties who earns his living eel. \ntlpe to
"STAK IJUAND Shoes Are waffle ;
Pique pique Indian- tpt.sniwI' ln .
of | ollli
Wednesday after being under observation % lot
and Mrs. R. Dampier,, for a week. Better" STUMP'S: STOKE. I I Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree head. lawn & butcher linen by as a claim adjiiitor for a largeinsurance I l I.M\v'HI I II PilniaMt t',,"''fI..rl.. ,ll fin nh'wvtowti..m,. r..I Smith,"'ni''' In Flf.f rl IrrwU..lni In fipitrl.I. hnnrrrv.IfHMlti llrniiriinl. foltnlr. *

Mrs. R. C. Dampier visited relatives had their Wednesday of the yard at STUMP'S: Store.Mrs company In every picture t'tiroiinn, I .I Iriii" I 1..1.| ". llalntlfr. VR.
Charles Knight who I Is. attend as guests since he Rave musical Mutton I llMiir: I.iu. risty. I liffpmliint.CHM .
In High Springs and Gainesville Miss LIHIam Stump'drove Mrs. last Mr. and Mrs. W. T. up You lire required tn appear on / *1 Nil 7:152.
W, H. Thomson Jr. and son ing summer school at U of F will week I P. E. Canova had as Sat for straight (drama Dick how won .Mlinint: : I I. I I'll! IS.!) In til" nttuto: nnilliMl, Orilrr. ..> P..Iii ..nlli. >n ",,,1 >/..l f'.. tIHirnr. ..
over the weekend. Holland and sons Tommy and Court ntiil i fa ll,no, ulirrKln plnlntirrfiokn I I: : I ( irvlf': CutI'I.'UIt t..flltitHon
to spend this weekend with his parents urday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. MSpellmaa acclaim for dramatic acting Miss i I ., .
Freddie. their home in Monti- Willard of Los Angeles Calif and illvni.'i. Mr i fri. County. I I Pilirnr: I.nrlm v. w hone rest.-(
Mrs F. W. Varnadoe and daughter cello on Monday. Little Freddie Mr. and Mrs. H, V. Knight. and children of Jacksonville Scott Rives a Rood performanceIn lelmrnpli; : ,nhull "pnhliKh thi.!: Order" i I dciniM. IM unknown.
Mrs. Jack :Murray of Charleston In nrxt four wreklv IMIIII. 1 1I
Lou of Palatka and Mrs. B F. Flowers of the role of the bewildered Rlrl You ,lure r"MUlt"d to, appmir oriAiiffiiHt
Mary spent has been visiting the Stump family I I Ultnt-aa mv hut uuti nnd official
Dr. and Mrs. M. *
x B. Herlong S. C. I I lHi i in t Hit nbovw niiini1Court
Ocala. torn between a new-found love ml I at Htnrko, ?Klurliln thin Julin. :
several days here last week visit for the past three weeksMr I lattMp. nh *r ln. plHlnttff I "
have returned to Starke from :29.!! inn:
Mrs. Varnadoe's brothers, W. of Oilando Is visit. and loyalty to the man who stole I I ,i'I.. SHAI,) I aecki illvtitt'.* and reel','Itt Ion nfnuililfii
ing Joy Cooper A.T TtlnniaaAn .
Glen N. C. "lluidford i
Alpine. where they hadspent Mr. and Mrs. John Perry from tiiiini c'oiintjrTplfitrnph
and Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. for
her sake, As Mrrk r.t
Dlck'a ald
P. and Eldridge Smith. ing her uncle and aunt Mr. anti, wife June Hv haven ( I'ourt hall puhliHh, thin Ordxr
the weeks. Thfierlongs Pronhv n i'
past wo Melrose
and sons Bill and Tommy will were Sunday guests 01 Wyatt, wins sympathy' In an .1 Ji'I Im .I. I In ni'xt foul" %i rklv \lsttiee.
Mrs. O. S. Newcomb for a month.S. op.pealing ,. llvndi'r i"n, I4ni: I Itlilinnl. .
Skirts wide assortment. had planned to spend Miss Sylvia Morse. : role"Pitfall" '. 'n I Iildir .'Im .rinrlilnitv \v ItnvnH niIm tul i .u.inif offlrlatKonl ,
leave Saturday for Brevard, N. the summer In the Northeast but ,\ fin! Plf, .k..VIII'7..1 .u T-ti lit ,Hturhi, I rinrlda this June*
G. Denmark will leave Sun In described. .
$2.98 at STUMP'S STORE. as fast- liii l 1140
C. Mr Smith and Bill will return due to Dr. Herlong's health have Misses Edith and Rosa Moore (lFFl't.i: I. 1-1'\1.1' : A .T Thoman.AM .
I day for Chicago. Ill to attend paced and exciting and good film In riri, ul.< ('.nr... Itrnd'ord .
Mrs. Ida Sweat and Wallace Solano I'nnnlr, Clerk of Plllil Court
Miss Lillian Stump left Thurs Monday while Mrs. Smith and i iT.'my returned home. the Furniture Mart for several fare for those who like diamutlr "',.....In t In | hmtrrrr.mimiro .. fly llnvrn. ".1'0..1', '. r>. C,
day to attend the reunion of the were in Miami Sunday to <' Mmnllii" I /t'lalnlirra I I I t.mini A.r.: AdhliiH I .1 Ir lillni'i-vllli'. '. Fli .. I
will remain in Brevard da situations. "
Mr. and Mrs. Nate of -- riniulla I Ix-fpndanl, i .
24th Evacuation Hospital in Columbus Dyul vs.Mr attend the first high muss celebrated lima No 7:"IMS Ally, f..rf.\ 7-1-" 4t 7.2
for the summer. Starke and Mr. and Mrs Carlton
by their friends Rev Wm.
Ohio. She will return In and Mrs. R. T. Sparkman
Davis of Waldo attended the Recent Deeds
J. Hall who was recently duliied
week. and son, Larry and daughters
a Mr. and Mrs. HoWe) V. Knightwere
matches in Jacksonville
wrestling Sally Ann and Susan, of Gary Into the priesthood at St. Mary'sCollege
Mrs. E. E. Canova has moved guests of Judge and Mrs A. Thursday night of last week Ind, arrived Saturday and are St. Mary's Kansas. They Recent deeds'as. recoided In

out to her summer home V. Young at their lake home near also attended the reception givenIn County Court House: th"l
on Kings. spending this week with Mrs.
.Mr. and Mrs. Rex.; Mixon and Carl Dear Customers & Friends
Johns of Starke to Al 4 4Ve
ley Lake. Gainesville last. Sunday afternoon sons Wayne and Larry, of Jack- Sparkman's parents. Mr. and Mrs.. honor. of Father Hall that afternoon Carlisle of Starke lot 1, In sect.Kay :

M. J. Sadi-nwater. They will be.gin I
sonville were weekend guests of
29, Twp. 0, Range 22 K:
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson. the return journey tomorrow. Mrs Roy Smith will leave for Carl F. Vollkopf of Duval Co.I I
I Yes The Tourists And Transients Like forced to sell business due
are our
her home In Tennille Ga Saturday to Wilton L. Braddock. of Jacksonville
: )
New dresses S2.98. .1.)5!
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent ,
Our Food. Ii after spending the past two lot 10( of the Vollkopf I
he weekend at their camp on $5.93 & $6.95 at STUMP'S.Mrs. .
Luke Grandin. weeks with her slater Mis. 1 K: G Sub-DIv In the NW1-4. of SW1-I' I to illness in our family. During the

( But we still have time to cater I J. Walnwright and children Duncan and family In Sect 13, Twp S S, R 22 E on I

to the home folks Vie ap- M,'.. Anna Laura Neuner of Mary Katherine, Betty Lou Mr. and Mrs C. L. Curry returned Silver I..ake.C. past four years we have tried to serve

Tampa is visiting her sister, Mrs. and Richard returned Monday A Knight of Bind Co. to I

1 predate. your buslnesi and always I. P. Shepherd for a week. evening from a three week's visit week's Saturday vacation from In Columbus.a two Lizzie Pettcrirmn of staike. you( honestly and faithfully Your patronage -

home. with Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark In 1, 8 of BIk. 3 In Lincoln City.10t"l
to friends at
try please our Miss Isabel Fernandez left Tues Ohio. They brought back with

day for Washington, D. C. for a Miami. them Mrs. Howard Hochman and l has proven to us:! that quality

two weeks vacation before. returning Mr. and Mrs. Emilia: CarIes/ of son. Howard Jr., and Miss Nancy lull fur lllel..... "Nolli-r I<> <.<>nlra'lorNlarli ..

Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's Ii I to her home In Elmira> Jacksonville and Prof and Mrs. Brlggs. The Hochmans returnedto Sealed bliU will*. Klnrl'l b.
N. Y. Miss Fernandez had been Adolfo Ramirez of Gainesville their! home In Columbus on Ihot I'na rul ..f I'ntillc I IIIHII'oct lou <>(
LUNCH 50c Ii IiI I llinilfuril. foiinlv I 1'lu"I"l la. nt thuuffka
visiting her mother, Mis. R. S. were guests at the home of Mrs.R. Tuesday while Miss Brings I"1 remaining of the Siipttrllilviul' ...nt ,.t I'nii.,, than just word(

Fernandez for two weeks. S. Fernandez Sunday. Prof. here Indefinitely The I Hi InHlrurlliin. I In Htuiki' .. I.'tin, lilu, ,
GUIDON GRILL I up l t. 10 "','I'k A :\I., I.MT; \\\fil
Ramirez Is connected with the Curry artheir\ guests spent nIuty July 1:1: ItMii, nt wlilth tlrm,, I
I Gotham Gold Stripe yNylon Spanish department at the U. ofF Sunday at Silver SpringsMen's I anil |1'.lu. <.'.. all I .hlitH r.fcfltHil I Mill I I I Im j

GEO.: KOPEt-OCSOS Ii IiI I Il8 hose: at STUMP'S: STOKE.: pulilltly o|>,*Hll iHTI inHIHrllilH anti r*.nt1, UIM nl.
blue pin check pants un.1 l I'uiiHti" ItiMi ..'**.**.In %.1011110".
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining will Mr. and Mrs J. L. Lee and at STUMP'S STOKE. i,. .....1'..... tI bits ....h..1 I'liinl. our sincere\ appreciation for your
1 I "Mlnrkr' ..1.....'...
Phone 52-J spend the Fourth weekend with Dewey Lavlnhouze of Mobile, A In \ny bht ictHlvod. after the MieclIf | I II

I .Bt.r.) ? [! SI1Ct Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow in were weekend guests of Mrs. W. Mr. and Mm Eugene Long and l .hl..r"'l.l<' 1 tlnio l, liiul. ,ilatv will not b. c..". I friendship! and( patronage. We assure

: IOUII Mrs. Hartmann Dublin Ga. D Faxon and Mr. and Mrs. E daughter, Mary Ann, returned I lat'h;. bill niiiat be arpmnpanuMl,
J. Thursday of last week from Baltimore by u. cvrtlflvil. 'h..k 0" hid' Imiiil In
Mrs. Florence Smith of Miami Flynn. Md. Mary Ann had been the anmtint' nf five "per cent. nf lbs you) that your friendship inot\\ soon
bnflu hlil tin KiiHrnnlva. that lbs tilil-
Is visiting her slater. Mra. .T. U.McNeil Mrs. Grace Rltch and diughter. Confined' at Johnll.JJopkln> Hospital ct >r. If ',* eoltrlI, I. ulll, ...
\ : .
!, this w..ek.MI' Martha Susnn, spent last week as In Baltimore for the past four within i I ten ,,.""I"I, v. inli-mliir:;. il.i> Le forgotten.
Every Branch of aft"r uilititi 1,011' ,'. taitjnir irlven (if
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. weeks and Is getting along nicely aui ll uwaiil .ltt'ICC Into H sri I tell
and Mrs. E W. Wilkinsonwill |
Durden at Jacksonville Beach. tonirnit wllh I I i I the, llunril of I'uhllc I '

INSURANCEH. spend their vacation next Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews of I InHlriMtloii, ..f ,llriiilroril. ,, County.Plm i ... ,''I r. & Mrs. II. A. l'yus
'Mil. i In I accord lnn< a with I tho HIirptnl
week In Clearwater. MIMes Joan Carpenter Janet Palatka were visiting their son- Mil anil Klv..* a vuntriiitMuroty

--- ----- '-- ----- Anderson and Betty Ann Flynn in-law. and :hiinil' mitlMfai' tory to uiililItiiluil
Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chlldress daughter .In, .nn, nmoiint,. iiinnl. tA. .'i,**
entered the Massey: Business College Billy Dowling. Sunday hniiilrcil, per ii'iit of lh. cuntiuitui
. have moved to Rlchland. Va.
Ic0 /
In Jacksonville Monday '
where they will make their home. / on No liI'Mor iiiuv withdraw I his lid)
C. WALL AGENCY for a six month's course. The Rlrls Margaret liose Duncan is spend foi u pBilod, nf Ihirir, diivM after. ,
Mr. Chlldresa had been employed are living at 119 W. Beaver St.. ing this week with"her cousin Sue I the I I tnrio-
I Bt the Fire Department. lIt
Jacksonville. Duncan in Gainesville>> All wi.ik nhall I'e' dc"n\ HIoiirdanio '-
PLEASE PHONE 146 with iiliiim $p, c Ifli 'nl I Inn'
Misses Idell .Landrum Lucille, :: ::; :: : :
Francis! arid Bruce Dtirden of Mra J. II Fields and Miss nnd itrut ilai iiuiMiila rolmlvnthprflit I
Service Over 50 Years Marian and Vivian McRae and Al I whlili inny l I.. riHiiilni-il. ,,,,
-.Constant Jacksonville Beach visited Linda Hazel Fields were visiting friends I th. offli'" "f i lh e Rn|..'rl n ..nili. >iit ,
Harley'return..d Saturday after and Ann Johns at Kingxley Lake at Jacksonville Beach over the I'nlilli I ,"ruu-tin. "Htnrkx, Flor" i.
spending a week in Atlanta. Ga. I..t... or at 1 Ihu. i.rriiu. I of Hanford \\ '
-- -------- -------- -_._- the latter part of lost week. weekend. ul. .Arctilli-i-1.,I I I llahioiivlll"', Klnrlila'
------ ns guests of the Misses McRae'saunt. til i.f HII, li j'luiiil anil conl rni I.dniMimnntn .

Mrs. I. D. Wells They visit Dress fabrics! & Simplicity Do you sew? Cloth by the >d. :l : ;I and,: ,: fomiii; :, f<:r hlilillnii,I.
may I Im iuii-d' li\ I ll l.n'.rel I I'tin. '
CLASSIFIEDATTItACTIVn ed many points of interest while patterns! at STUMP'S: Store. at STUMP'S Dep't.) Store. I turn fiom;,:: ci Itln-P I of HHld offltr;

there_____ Inrtudine mn____. !!* _Stone__n_ _Mountain____.__... I I lv ili.,liiiHltliiK Mun.wllll Hm until,. oft :
---- ------- -
-- .
--- and Cleml.oncollegeat Clemson Mr. and Mrs C. W. Plckett and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. St Peter t Tin. Dollnri, which" I lino d"1\.11 I | ) In will rn.h i I I 10.or r..fI.j m"nryori.'r ,, '-

FUHNT1HED unfurnished AI'T. FOR RHNT-: rma, fnrn with daughter; Carol Ann of Starke I and daughters Beryl Jean and ..it "I"'" militnlKBliTM' .or a Imiiil flu "
apt.. lou In. Desirable. ) |i\t bath' Freshly decorated llai I IS. I hid Rild, ,I rrtili-li' of unlil tilunn. a"d'
All convonU-ne-Mi. Applv rnfrlfr, hot water gee conkhifr c.Mr. and Mr and Mrs Roy Long of : Sharon of Gainesville wen guest j runtrait tiotuil1CitIS' In Hto'id. t.li.I .

Colonial Ion 201 W. Madlaon. IfSOU every convenIence, 341 N. h..r"y" and Mrs. J.' T. Colley Jr. Jacksonville spent Monday and of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty dltlotl I within, t..tl liivn. afti-r I ii., ,., .
8r. IIP I of Wildwood of Mr. I lUto net for '.|l'fllflg the Any : ..tt.---. ....
.kln p01cmVine. II I! were guests Tuesday flatting at Weluka. last Friday evening. The St. l'e- ndilltloiinl I nln, rCI.Jeet.i| 1 1oJ oJ:!: |inr SALt: Copper delivered Jo'OtL./ ..:: .sllKhtly tiHptl ,'hH III In county. tl l per' Ih..u.nnll C. Hud i. ***. III 2, _for 01.... 10-ln or IO 1 12-ln recordHtopH ,*. ,!!( of last week. E.: J. Dahmer and Mr. and Mrs were enroute to Jacksonville to I __- ___________4._-,-_#----------- _#.._-----...,
iar'i: iiutomntlcally after jiay.I
box 3. ... ** I'T-I I IniT InMl, record Attai'hHM to ......t Herbert Hogan spent Sunday with put Beryl Jean on the midnight

I.ooklnB tar nniixual. *lC..t nll.l- ""y radio 115. 3e.. &: hear It. .\. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Deal are I Mrs. Dahmer. at Daytona Beach train for Highland Park III where SALE SALE SALE 1.
\V". Amlernon. Jr. dhWAtKI
n..." A rrnfmiilnnal 'Women leaving today for a six.; week's trip Mrs. Dahmer U vacationing at
nt she will visit her cousin
flub ban. th.m-nn dlxplajr Sully
: > Colored cook A hollH- to Ilendersonvllle aid:! Ashvllle N. !
Hart Furniture Cn. benefit HPW .. : .. Daytona for several weeks. Jcmay. for a month. I
.. -----i.
;' 4t 7-1 k. -" ** Live ) premlnoa Mr. 'C.
project. .",110 "f. Dye. lit t. bo:. 411.' : Klnvnliy I Mrs. II. L. Hough and Mrs. : Suitu"i
Lake, "Htarke. I Jack Miller left Monday for larup Post Bedroom "
radloo phonograph tl'I
'on OIAL..d .. I I Maiden )Form Hrnssieret at.. Merrill Cl McMillan were lunch- I
.. portable*. I.OR IIP ( hHhepheul. I l
Covers.Coui f'I.r'I'V:: I or' I"I'r' fin" I hhnlldayK. Newman, Ga.. to spend two weeks of Mra Kodatt Unbelievable b ... :
C. .. Martina Meat eon guests Jerry "' -- -
I. i I':.
If II t Per Inn "Hoe 'f."',
t Madison Sta. ;?.icltte.' U.$. 101', nwar ICI.b "h..o I I I, with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shep. Wednesday at the Kodatt hone on fr\ 1 ,ffm; fti' JJ ;

n.oiimv VM.I: .,. nun....%. (0 ton... lIP I II. Mrs Miriam Klcklitcr and herd. Jr. .anti aon. Pat. Lake Santa 1-e. 'I KKKl SEE! ;

I. "n MM ii.;, iHHred lot 0" Klnirt*' ; daughters. Dorothy Claire and --J 1 ,
fl-l.clsp11 rump"
% 44 *
.- Inatall'fl .. reiwlred Icy Lake. Photo 127 IIPIIMIY Sammie moved 1 to Green Cove ALL :

Phone II, or Write'' to: "HITTIMI 1 at my home ;Mm. Springs Monday to be closer to AXMINSTHHRUGS: _a .." I t 3.

.Men'ny''Via: .4tflyr I llrnta. F'h. 721. lIp Dorothy's place of business Dorothy .

SELL. YOUR TIMBER I..OH iiMiNin S.\house A M'!Prep olt, large tr HI.NP.; a funp Owner..d-ln 7-rm! yard.will Jptorv '. Navy is station.employed at the Green Cove 11 iji'i.i: :11 'LiiU144IJSaturday II Scatter: : I I 6 6d

NOW h* on ,property S 224 K Ph.trrvHt .
Paid .'Slarkn It Col. and Mra\ James A. Griffin
Prices "
Highest Cash I I nOriginally
had their last week Mr. _
roll, I 111':0., : 'i-I 1.8 rca, nnt"rn. IIOIIHIInf as guest July 2 Tu('!*. & Weil., July !5 & 6 I.
WILL BUY IN BULKOR 204 r. :MadlKon $t.. Stark.. and Mrs. F. R. Coker of Lake for us ninth u.* .
Doum.i : :
Newlv' painted Inside out Its.-, land. The Griffins spent the week- !
IN UNIT "III..o rent Call Oalnenvll I ) DOUBLE; FEATURESHERIFF JIM .cf"I...)..).> \\I.
345. wrlte Frnd Cluy. raref end visiting friends and relativesin a t J.
'....a.C'ol" Hot. Co.. Ualneovllln, Orlando and Lakeland.Mr. JOHN $11IIftIE: : .4.--. 4105- j
EDWINW. PECK Fla. it 7-11 ,

Or'John W. TurnerP. r.,OH, H\I.K:, 2 uneri. ,Ice ivfrfveratorfi. . and Mrs Charles Sanborn J.
O. Box 463 A'\'> A73 Ib tapaclty; drop-leaf who had spent the winter at Lake OF CIMARRON $4.50
,II".".. tablit. chatra.; am. .port ..
Gainesville, Fla. washer, tennla racket. preMMiirefanner Worth were visitors of the John I. 13LMis
; 3-hiirner. oil cook move Udells and Harry Mootyr Tuesd:i y !SniJIry Murnctt HiumPt { arson
and I 11. .P. I'.mnr..t.| lip Cash & Carry .f
Send me a postcard while. enroute to their home In A1tURUSTY f

will come see you. rult H.U l.l.-; over Iiiu 'laylruc .rhlk Highland Park Ill. .
.>nM. I* H. Chamber.. at Kot'h'aL L .
........'*" '."'1"1'' HSWOIIF. i.ijIKT P. .... >ruff Mlore. It i I Mr. and Mrs. Herbe'rt Deal ot>"UW tt [ t
Rr.nv AT 1$14' P. ... < 'r isil.IIIIMFR5 hlfken l'r".I-r for ealf. Stj. Jn* had as their guests 'from Monday R\tE\ V[ LIMITED: : NU\lmn: :

siior. t' rriilre.at IJttltf_Store Old RlanlIngj40ai. '. ItP until Friday their niece Miss LIFE ..... "" ,.......... ,\nl I tsi. rrvr\n. ibis right t.. UC\'P) I'ronl t V IllityImbrn: Chest t Hound :Mirror f

tIId. near to ..,..- limit quantity.
FOR HUNTm: : clove Sybil Platt. Miss Betty Mitchellof
DonaMnon! A Lltil I 29,51)() Value _
bu. ata. A iK-hool.. mi hi....". J T. Regular $
Qutvloy .Ml.rk.. Kin 4-Utr Dothan. Ala. and Marvin Wagner ..-... -
I I WANT TO BUY of Indianapolis Indf Also! Comedy "I'arlor, Hed-:

8UWANNFB: mi-NTT. t1VFST'KaiAHCET .; V.ll I r COIIEE1Rf )' Sale Price Saturday $99.5Or\ .rEf
al each AND -
Owned operated Auction by J. !.. Odimi. OneIfaltlineral: Rights I f Mr. and Mrs W. L. Joiner and I room & Wrath," & Chap. 13: s

Jr, Ph 8IDM 1.tv. In Acreage Tract are I'. "Frank & Jesse James" See For Yourself! _ _ _ _ _ t
A C.III..rI'lu14
BALE If for their home In Atlanta. Ga.

POTATO Rico you want potato.VINES""Vine" l r FOR..pp grown..r .Hkin from Pe.rtw....- Of 500 Acres Or :MoreIn today after spending two weeks :r ': Latest News See our many, I'ed Room Suit bargains

titled I 'draw. :cc. n.. Any arunitlit: North Bradford & Union I II |I with Mr. and Mrs L. D Vining. 4J.IMNf" and SA VK thin
$1 a thousand Cut .. .1.Iiver..J. or Sunday & Monday, July 3 & I u-cek.
7 & 8
1! Thurn. & Kri. July '
U JiO a thousand ..and ou tsutChlghwy Cutthem. Counties.I I A. H. Johns of Frostproof was 'I Chenille SpreadsMany _ _
John n. 1 IIe .Iwllt DOLJLILE. .F'EATIIIlEftWELL' .: :
sot i't ashes north oftsrk. I I a weekend guest of his aunt. 1.118.1 .! Beautiful Kitchen Cabinets $59.50
." 1'151'ILL. Will I Pay $1.50 Per Acre I... A. Rennolds iI j, : Design & Colors! Only

F.VFN, IT ft. trailer If Location Is Right. I I J 1 t fi
for ear or rrc.k.&r.'r c 11 nf e.m* I Col. and Mrs. R. C. Home of IiA\lf\ See : Storage SpaceIT'S -

valte. *. Brnl.h' : Madison were guests of Mr. and
Stark.. Fla."p I' Mra Roy Ward at Kingsley Lake .JUN1 ug1L uzAaITh 44j A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

)UR 8A....: Copper .kin potalo JOHN M. POWELL from Wednesday to Sunday of scoTh
wi".. II. th..n.a"d. 'nurlIl fif I IiMflMMltut
per 4-
;. .,. : _
th.m E. C fl...... near H.dbronn last week.
8prln.... "_ _" Realtor 'f,;' : IIo'! te.eSwvpAef.. ... .
--.-.... ..--- .- AND Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
Mr. and Mr.. Herbert Deal had
FOR J.ire.RE-'r 5.: R.< Johns I-rn'.. tor.* .J-rm.101 Wai apt It* Box 465 Tel. 851; as their weekend guests Mrs. Plus Cartoon "The Cat That| Check Your Guns .

Inct'on Be. Deal's brother and sisterInlaw.Mr. With Eddie Dean & His
Gainesville Fla. 151 STARKE. FLA.
FOR 8AI.K: .'ne.. .* puliete. *","- and Mr R. a Stripling. Jr. Hated People,1 & News I horse "\Vhhte Cloud"

nor J..nn.n. H ml from elt"' ''of Charleston B. C. .pe-e.eeeeeeee. S..aSSSa-4-eeeeee epsSpssSs.as eenss ss.rpprssssprpsrs.-.rp_. ,
limits Ott K.xalun. Kd. 1410. MP





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Milo Selgler and their young son
Mike of Tallahassee' spent the and three sons Eugene, Earle and Marine
F,214 i I Applicants
STATE FARM past :weekend with Mr. and Mrs Keystone Heights LAKE GENEVA ElI\!., all of Plant City, returnedto
Obtain Facts
By 1\1n. Brian Whltflold Bryan Whltflelil. Mr. Whitfield their. home Saturday, after a May
returned to Tallahassee with hili JyIn.! II. I* Morgan Jr. Bjr Blanche CunninghamT. weeks visit with Mr. and Mr. At Post Office
relatives for a short stay : G. P. Wadsworth and Mr. and

Bridge Club MeetingA Spencer Crews visited relatives Kindergarten For Keystone M. Finley and daughter Martha Mrs. M. M. Matchett. Information regarding enlist
profusion of blossoms beautifully In Auburndsle from Friday untIl Sue have returned home after. Mrs. Minnie L. Johns and Rich ment or reenllstment in the U. S. _
decorated the spacious P. Miss Emma Kate Mansfield. M ard Johns
are spending the
summer Marine Is now available to
Sunday. Miss' Mary Elizabeth spending several days with relatives Corps
D. Fancher home when Mrs. Fan- S D".'&.._..w'.._ u.a 'hal... "I....... .._Attti._..n.....>r1_ tn.- A., of Columbus Ga. announces '," _________ In Georgia. Mr. Finley's in Jacksonville in the home prospective applicants at the Post
Cher: entertained the state farm the opening of a kindergarten In of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Johns.
niece Office according announcement -
the Farm with her cousin and Frances Finley of Means-
Bridge Club there Wednesday afternoon Keystone Heights In September.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Hall
Lynn have
will visit Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews vllle, Ga. and Mrs.. Finley's niece, made today. by Postmaster
of last week. When bridge and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers Mansfield cornea to our Alice Mable Elklns of Columbus. recently entertained in their home Fred F, Stump.
cores were added Mrs. J. R. Kite for several weeks. town with years of practical ex Ga. accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Copeland and Young men between the ages
received cards as high prize and refresher Andy Smith, of Valdosta Ga.
prrlence and plans a ; of 17 and 29 who desire a careerIn
of Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Chapman stationary Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger Mrs. Ray Forsythe, Mrs. H. B.
course In kindergartenwork: -at Wiggins Mrs. George the Marines learn the
as second high. It was at the conclusion Jacksonville were guests of Mr. the University of Florida this sum Mrs. Arnold Carlson and Mrs. Williams, Howell Williams\ and may
benefits offered
Mrs. J. M. Sunday. Blanche Cunningham business by consulting Mr.
and Bradley ALP were
of the three *
: stipulated i mer. Irving Young were visitors to
Stump. Information 14 also avail-
progressions that the contract Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davis of t callers In Palatka and Green Jacksonville last week. Irving remained -
In Columbus Oa. she taught In Cove Springs Friday.Mr. able on the special one-year enlistment -
players were joined In "bingo" Starke were Sunday dinner guests various schools for a total of 23 for a brief visit with his authorized for 18yearolds' -
by Mrs* J. M. Gllchrlst Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Klrkland: and Mrs. Bishop Myrick uncle.
years. She flervrd as director of L_; and on enlistments in the
Sidney Walker. Mr. Martin Grin- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen : religious education at Trinity ----s- .__ Th_ of Gainesville spent the :weekend Spencer May of Wllllston, is regular Marine Corps for women.
Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. with Mr. Myrick' mother ]Mrs
er ,
spent Saturday In Jacksonville spending -this week with his
Episcopal Church for two yearsconducted COUNCIL; I The prospective! applicants will
In this game tea towels were with Miss Pauline Brannen and "Teen Tavern", a,- teenage OANOVA la shown here dropping the first Sue Myrlck. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. be furnished pamphlets explain-
awarded to Mrs. Walker and to Sunday in Brooker with Mrs. H. group under the Department coin Into the new weighing machines recently placed in Starke by Mrs. Robert Rider is visiting May. ing the advantages of education.

Mrs. W. N. North. After the I P. Galney. of Recreation for three years and C. Richard Boree, President of the Florida Blind Workers, Inc. Receipts her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Mrs. Ann R. Guy returned to good pay travel and future security

games the hostess served a salad Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Redding taught In the University of Georgia from these scales will go toward the construction of a 120-unit Wagner.; her home here Sunday, after a that may be had by serving1
'-VMS-a-. returned Friday from a vacation -In the Off-Campus-Center' at housing project and work shop now In the planning; stage. There Mrs. E. Dykes and Mrs. Wm. visit with relatives in Gainesville with the U. S. Marines.

En route to Blowing Rock. N. trip to Miami and other southern Columbus. are 5,000 blind persons in Florida, Mr. Boree points out in urging the sythe Nuttlcs, Mrs., Mr.Blanche and Mrs. Ray Fpr- and St. Petersburg. Applicants who desire enlistment

[.'..C.. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bouvler. points. En route home they were Miss Mansfield's mother has accompanied public to contribute freely in the donations slot of the new weighing sons Richard and Cunninghamand Warren and are selected, will be
nipper guests Thursday of Mr. her and to- machine. furnished' transportation' to Jacksonville
Jr. and their sons Johnny and to Florida were Starke callers this
Tommy Mrs. Helen Hotchklss and and Mrs. Frank Crews In Sebring.Mr. gether they will make their home weet(. past LAWTEYBy meals and lodging priorto

Mrs. Edna Hamilton of Miami and Mrs. Crews will be remembered Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wild enlistment' and return trans-
as former Farm resi here.Mr. Immediate Induction Possible Prosecution and :Mary Julia Fufe-h
were portation If rejected for reason
Thursday overnight guests Gerald Bird plans to remain son Maxie of Jacksonville spent any
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. dents. In Keystone Heights and Faces Selective Service Delinquents the weekend at their home hereon upon examination there.
Mrs. J. M. Gilchrkt of River Mrs. E. T Engram Mr. and work with Miss Mansfield In the the lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley an-
Junction :was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pone" and Mrs. Harry operation of the kindergarten. "R _nort. belnor_ received_ _from um I I I nounce the birth of a son. Hub- and Mrs. J. M. Browning.

MeL P. D. Fancher, Jr. for abouta Peterson and her children, Mary Miss Mansfield requests that Selective Service Boards throughout bard Randall on June 21 at Sha- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson of

week having now left for her Frances and Harry Walton, all parent. who are Interested contact the State indicate that a NEW RIVERAND I c dycrest Hospital. Tampa attended the- Baptist
home with stop-overs with relatives of Panama City, spent the past her by mall or see her per growing number of registrants HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas of Church: Sunday. They were enrouteto .

at points en route. ten days :with Mr. and Mrs. W. sonally at the Pangborne Apartments are failing to.keep their Local LONG BRIDGEBy By :Mrs M. C. J Hendersonvllle! ,, N. C. were weekend Boston, Ms...
Mrs. Clyde Grlffls. Miss Geral- O. Engram. In town. Boards informed as to a changeIn Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sweeney j guests of Mrs. Thomas's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch left

dine Grlffls and Buddy Grlffls of Mrs. George Manassa' and their their address, change In status 4 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. Saturday for Denver, Colo .where
Lawtey were Sunday visitors of I children Cella and George. Jr., I,. T. A. Member Attend Course and some are falling to return I Ladle.*. Council MeetingThe ]Miss Barbara Moore accompanied they will visit' Mrs. Futch's brother -
'Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland. Miss of Green Cove Springs were lunch- Mrs. W. H. Redfern and Mrs. questionnaires sent to them" says Dodd filled his regular Ladles Council of the 1 t them home for a visit. Mr. Cro by.

Grlffls remained with Mr. and eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. L.> Morgan, Jr. have returned General Vivian Collins the State I appointment at Long Bridge Sun Christian Church enjoyed an out Mr. and Mrs. George Arwood Mrs. H. C. Kelly I Is attending

Mrs. Kirkland .and Miss Wynette a. Stringfellow Monday.Mr. from Tallahassee where they attended Director of Selective Service. day morning and night. A large of town visit' last week when Mrs. I Eutd daughter of Miami spent summer school at FSU. in Tallahassee. -

Goodman until Tuesday. and Mrs. Robert S. Chapman the Thirteenth Annual General Collins went on to explain crowd attended. I. C. Wynn entertained the meet- I L their; vacation with Mr. and Mrs. .
Honoring their visitors M-Sgt. ng at her Starke home on Tern The vacation Bible School i Is
,. of Orlando returned to their Short Course In Parent-Teacher that under the Selective Jt Stork shower was I t H. B. Arwood.
and Mr. Martin Griner of Little I given Die Ave. Mrs. May Sweeney was irogressing nicely at the Baptist
home Sunday after having visit- Leadership offered by the Florida Service Act of 1948,
Rock Arkan.a., Mr. and Mrs.M. Thursday afternoon at Long In charge of the program. while Mlsa Ada Edward Is visiting Church.S. .
ed Mr. and Mrs. L
B. Griner were hosts at dinnerat since F. Chapman. Congress at F. S. U. who become delinquent by failing Bridge Church honoring Mrs. Mrs. Gerald Adkins performed I relatives In Atlanta, Ga. J. Futch of Jacksonville visited -

noon Sunday. Their guests Included .Friday.Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon They participated in a total of to comply with the law may be Charley Cowen. Games the secretarial duties. Miss Ann Moore has returned relatives here last week.
Mrs. H. L. Fowler, Miss and their and Tom- 38 hours of classes, conferencesand Immediately Inducted into the i were During the social hour, a'salad L to; her home after two weeks visit' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones and
sons Spanky played with :Mrs. Thelma
Hattie assemblies and heartily recommend Merritt. course was served in Hendersonvllle N. C. three children of
Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Al- mle. returned from Knox- armed force. followed by St. Augustinewere -
ViA, Wynn and Seaber Fowler of ville, Tennessee Sunday where Mr. Mc- that all members of ParntTeacher regardless of any deferment Mrs. Fred Dodd and Mrs. Jessie fancy pastries. mints and Iced lem The ladies of the Baptist W. M. weekend guests of Mr. and

Lake Butler 'and Henry Fowler Lendon had been Associations who can status they may have, and Thomas winning prizes. Mrs. Cow- onade. Mrs. Wynn was assisted L I. met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L. H. Hill \
with their relatives
possibly do so should attend these are liable for prosecution for such In Mrs. '1'. J. Terry.
of Jacksonville. On serving by Miss Louise Adklna.
occasion for a week and Mr.. Mc- en was presented with many use-
sesSIons next year. failure In the United States courts. Mrs. Floyd Ward 'and young son
curing tne stay or sgt. anuMrs. tendon and the boys .for three ful and lovely gifts. Refreshmentsof Attend
O. B. M.
Grlner guests of Mr. and Mrs. weeks. National and state leaders and Registrants or persons liable Camp have returned to their home inirmingham ASKTffrT
Griner, Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. home They Miss were accompanied competent authorities conduct the for registration become delinquent Coca Colas and cookies were Among the eager group of S Ala. after visiting I Fir
Martin Relnau and their childrenof Knoxville by who Is Gladys Coghlll of course and offer It at a minimum ,when they fall to register served. About fifteen ladles en- school children leaving for Children's t>ire. Ward's parents Mr. and CHIllS

Palatka and Mrs. W. M. Relnau En route from now Hcndersonvllle their guest tee so that there Is no-one who within the period prescribed by joyed the occasion.Mr. Bible Mission' Camp In Mrs. H. B. Arwood. 666

and Miss Faye Relnau of Orlando. N. C. to their homo In LakWortli. could riot afford to go. Many peo- law; any failure to return their and Mrs. George Baker of Polk City Monday, for a week's Mrs. Mae Wells speftt Tuesday r&FEVER
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North had ple pay high prices during the questionnaire; by failure to reporta vacation were Gladys and Lang- I In. Gainesville.Mr. !
"as their visitors during the past K. W. Parks and his son, summer for an opportunity to change in their address; or Birmingham, Ala. and Mr. A. D. ford Hicks, Jay and Bill. Alder- and Mrs. W. M. Dinkins of .

week Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tal- guests George' ,of were Mr. Sunday and Mrs.overnight I take part In such an unusuallyrich failure to perform any other lawful Conner, Jr. and sons Dan. of Jacksonville man, Martha Sue Brookins. Joyce (Gainesville spent Friday with Mr. '

lamee Ala. and Mrs. Paul War- Stringfellow. Mr. W. program. Everyone has a re- act required by them by the : were visiting the E. A. Seal, Connie Sweeney Barbara

ber of Anchorage Ala ka. loting his own plane Sparks, an was" a'i ponslblllty In his community and local board or the law. Sapp's the past week. Jean Billy\ May.Matchett Joanne Hess and. .

Jack Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs., coupe", and landed at a Starkaairfield. the bent way to fulfill this re- Veterans. although deferred by The farmers of this sectionare Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wells, of r
-I ponalblllty Is to keep Informed law, must complete and return very busy these days in to.
Coosawhatchee S. C. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivera and ,There la no better way of doing heir questionnaires In order tobe bacco. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody for a visit In Key West.Monday after .J. ,
their children, Sarah and Willie so than attendance at the :Short- > classified by the local board Miss Ida Merritt Albert Moody spending seveHl 1 days with Mr. .

Jr., of Auburndale were visitor. Course given each year at F.S.U. Into this deferred class. Individuals Ferule Moody and Troy Dukesare and Mrs. J. W. Home On Sunday .. .
of Mr. Mrs. who were less than 26 old all loading barns this week
and P. S. years
Crews and Bill the Home family and their '
McCrary Bill\ Reynolds, and HomQwnt4 and Qe >.J by
of on the date set for Mr. and Mrs. rq
Mr. registrationand
..". and Mrs. C. D. Sellers last' Dick Clapp have completed their Dempsey Sapp of quests enjoyed an automobile trip
weekend. Together with their who .were exempted from reg- Gainesville attended Church at
to Capitola.Mr. J. F. JAUDON
year at the University. Of l ..
.. guests, Mrs. Crews, Mrs. Sellers, Florida In Gainesville. stratlon at that time by being Long Bridge Sunday and were and Mrs. Wallace Collins
Patricia Wlllard and Little Emma 'In the armed forces, must register dinner guests of their parents have as house guests this week 115 West Call St. Starke Fla.
Elmore (Spike) Vance is home ,
.. Lou Sellers were supper guests within 30 days after discharge' Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp. their grand children Bobble Jean

............. of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw In LaCrosse from Clemson' College In South even though they have now passed Mr. and Mn,. M. J. Sapp of and Gayle Johns of Jacksonville
.. Saturday.Mrs. Carolina. I their 26th blrthdate. Registrantswho Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. and Jerry and Mary Katherine Complete line Auto Accessories .-. Tires .

.. L. A. Shepherd returned Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson have passed'their 26th birth- M. F. Wiggin. Friday. Wadswortn. of Gainesville.\ Batteries Outboard Motors .. Fishing
home have aa their houseguest for six date'must still keep the local Tackle .' Radios Bicycles And Hun
Friday following: a visit Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Joe and
............. Jessie Lee Lazenby of Day,
with her parents, Mr. and Mn,. weeks their niece Miss Betsy board Informed as to change In Gainesville is spending a few days granddaughters. Marguerite and I dreds of other items .
J. Fred Williams, In Rlnggold Wright of Greensboro, N. C. Miss address and must comply with with Fonle Crews. Loretta Day, Mrs. Nellie Cumbie
Ga. and with other lelatives in Elvira Lucas of Paterson N. J. any other requirement of the local -
AtlfLnta.. fiAnrcylfiEXPERT._.. has returned to her home after__ board. Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsand F I
I f I I u u Mrs. M. F. Wiggins attended I j
r"lAS your home grown In schoolmate spending two, Miss weeks Wright.Mr. here.with her "Many the Impression persons seem that to the be Under "- the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Jones i Ii
at Graham Christian Church last HOME A R L I I.N G STARKE
value? Has it outgrown your and Mrs. Thomas Campbell pension of Inductions Into the Wednesday.
entertained last :Monday. The host armed forces also suspended reg- ST S
Fin insurance? Let us check and hostess were recently In their atratloti of :18 year olds and other Carolyn Crews of State Farm I OWNED FLORIDA
adoJl home-state of Virginia I I and provisions of the Act." said Is visiting Jonnie Francis Crews : & Market
your needs. brought back a real Virginia ham. General Collins, "but this Is not rocery ,
After dinner bridge was enjoyedby he case. It Is still the responstDiuty -I
.. Miss Gertrude Houser, Mr. F. of: registrants to comply 'I We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantity. Corner Cherry & Call Sts.
'.: :::: .
i Walrath Sr., Mr. and Mrs. H. with all of the provisions of the SUNNYBROOK
r L. Morgan Jr., Mr. Everett law regardless of whether Inductions -
/f Brown and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. are being made." By "'anll.* Crosby Factory Packed 5 LB. U 01. BOTTl.ENO LIMIT:

Walrath Jr.County Local Boards have been c"VUE
Charley E. Johns epa Commissioner Don notified to publicize list of delinquent Mr and Mrs. Lem Brown and c 11
Agency Pangborne and Mre. Pangbomewith registrants In order that Marcus Conner were visiting' Sugar 29 Catsup
SERV.ICE their children Donna Lou these registrants may immediately Howard Brown In the Orlando .
t .'hone IS STARKE. FLA.IUprMntlna and Roger, are vacationing at contact their Boards and by Immediate Hospital Sunday.

Cha C. Daytona Beach this month. Mrs. compliance with the requirements L. L. Conner and Marcus Conner ALl' 2 LOA V. S
a Ewing': Mrs. Pangborne's mother, of the Board may made a business to CREAMERY PER LB. .
I trip
..I ShepherdAt spent some time with them. have their delinquency removed. I Gainesville BREAD 25c
...... falss Cathleen BUTTER 59c
Gay's Service Station McGinley of Jacksonville and Mrs. Earl Goodman of
THS- TRAVELERS. Hertford visited with Susie Siprel- Termite Control Starke and Mr. and Mr. Lem JIM IJANDY 5 LU.
I- le for several day. this week. 48 LB CAN
Brown returned
Operators Should Friday' a
Mrs. J. C. Redfern has returned trip to the mountains of North GRITS 29c
from Valdosta, Ga. where she visIted Be LicensedIf and South Carolina and Tennessee. Lard 695
her brolht'r.Mr. .
Mary Alyce Beverly Jo, and! I
and Mrs. R. V. Spencer and you are planning to employa Pansy Crosby and Kathryn Kelly I No 2 Cans--10 Limit EACHBig

I son John motored to Tuscaloosa demand pest or that termite he control his operator State, left Monday for -4-H Camp on Each c
produce 2 Size Cans
Ala. this week for a vacation. Mrs Cherry Lake. They will be gonea
Board of Helth identification Tomatoes
Spencer will spend the summer week. i 1 0
there. card to show that he islIcensedto !
operate in FlorlfJ". : Mrs. Randolph Crosby of Palat. Peaches ?
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hoiurr, ka attended Church Sunday and
and Miss Florence Beaver of Jacksonville i This Is the advice given today I was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.C. i i I
were guests of Miss Gertrude by John Mulrennan director of C. Crosby Any Brand 3 FOR
Houser 'last Sunday. MlmH entomology. State Health Department _ _
following reports that Mrs. Warren Perkins and Joyce E ", TIN
user plans to" spend. several some
persons were operating withoutthe Ward of Starke were visiting' Mr. Snuff 25c49c
days with them In Jacksonvillethis
week required license. and Mrs. Calvin Ward recently. C'WFl.pIEV E Ii .

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph VV. Thomas Mulrennan also stated that all Rev Wendell Wltte filled hU

and their small son have movedto I licensed' operators are required bylaw regular appointment at Corinth Flat. Oil EACH
Keystone from Miami. Mrs. to show their Identification Church Sunday and was dinner Any Brand Tall 3 FOR !
Thomas Is the former Emily Reynolds card when soliciting business. This '::guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cros- Sardines c
1 10
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Is the only way that the property I by. Milk .33c .
W. L. Reynolds. holder can be assured that he is .
Dr. and Mrs. Roger Hehn and dealing with a legitimate operator. _
son. Tommy of Jacksonville will Otherwise, the property holder GUARANTEED3DAY Fresh Dressed-Drawn
_- II r I w_ be houseguests of the F. M. Wal! may find that he has paid several Swift Picnic, Whole or Half, Lb.

rath Jrs. over the weekend of the hundred! dollars and obtained a 4rL.RGE

)1 FARROWING HOUSE Fourth. worthless agreement or contract Fryers !
Mayor and Mrs. Frank B. Scott from a so-called "fly-by-nlght" Hams. 39 .

i : for better pork production! I II have purchased a home on Lake operator. .
I Geneva. At present they are Improving "Tha State Board of Health is

.: the property but will be doing all In its power to stop this ______________________________ PKG.
for con..ni.nce, efficiency and sanitation build your hog house moving In about a week. type of operation," Mulrennansaid
: of CONCRETE LOCKS. If will, provide dry, worm quarter and Eddie Stuckey celebrated his "but the full cooperation of POTATOES 10 lb. 39c Hi Ho CRACKERS 29c

:: totality kept fr.e from parootei.There's a size to fit JOUr Iteds.I birthday Wednesday, June 23, at the people in the State Is needed" ,

I J fhons......... for complete' detail,' W. dtlivcr.CONCMTt party Keystone for Beach many with of his a splash little Deeds Real Good Quality CAN Wilson's PER CAN

I I ... r j friends.Mrs. Edward Wiggins U In St. RecordedRecent SERVICE Corned Beef 39 c 39 c
I ltOCRS IXICKS IASIS ; deeds as recorded In the Tripe
I Petersburg for several weeks visit County Court House: .
FLOOR. DRAIM AND ROOF Till Ingr Mr. Wiggins slater, Mrs. NICE LINE OF I
I S/et./ '.IADY'.MIIID CONCRCTI AND CEMENT Treat. Wm. J. Dodd, Jr. and Guy Andrews WATCHES & BANDS
of : FRESH COUNTRY PER OOZ. Yellow ROM Guaranteed
I Bradford County to Wil- .
Mrs. Marge Tracey enjoyed a *
( MEETS ALL A. S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS motor tour through Texas on her lie Mse, Denton Starke Lots 4 -
A 9, Blk. C. Plnehurst Sub. SANDERSWATCH 149WE
way home from a month's vacation Dlv. .55 Flour
In Pittsburgh. Pa. Accompanying Donal Conner of Starke to D. E. REPAIR Eggs
Aiinis Building! Supply Inc. her was her brother Mr. Knight of Starke: SW 1-4 of SW .
Earl Mecklem who will remain In 1-4 of NE 1ot Sect 18. Twp. LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD

1936-1048 W. Main St., South Keystone a week before returning 6 3, R 22 E, containing 10 acres. CAMERA *: GIFT SHOP.
to home in Pittsburgh Fred Carlton of Starke to Na-
GAINESVILLE FLORIDAP.O. Mr Pat Fraher and MM!. Gladys thaniel Dyal of Starke: lot SE Call Street at Rllroad8TAKKE
Box 62 Ph n. 217-218 Tllllsare are In Miami for the corner of Lafayette and West W1 .'. FREE DELIVERY
1 July 4th weekend. moreland St.
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JULY I, 1949


Baptist ChurchA At The TabernacleThe I be lent to San Diego, Calif. for Chief Cain added that the Navy

approximately 12 weeks of* recruiting also has vacancies for non high

candle Light Baptism and blessed Gospel message. was training then to the school graduates under other pro-

Lord's Supper observance will presented through the services of w Aviation' Fundamentals or other grams. He Is at the post officeIn
bring to a climax the great revival the weekend at the Tabernacle, school of their choice, These Stark every Friday and will

recently held In Stark The by the Rev. Harvey Farmer of training schools are also locatedIn be glad to give complete Informa-

Sunday night service will be Daytona Beach, a retired Mission- San Diego. tion to all Interested young men.
church: centered as the two church ary. There Is something In the

ordinances are observed at 8 p.m. message of a V'a&lonary' that

following regular hymn chorus grips one and penetrates and puts
Presbyterian Church Methodist ChurchOn singing period led by Mrs. Morseat into action latent spiritual forcesIn
the piano and Mrs. Mann at the lives of the hearers Rw. PASTOR BOB GRAY

Morning Worship 11:00: "o'clock.' the Fourth of July we cele- the organ. Farmer's message did Just this. ..

This Sunday the sermon will deal brate the signing and passing of Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Arriving Friday from Ohio. Dr Sunday Night At.8 O'Clock Discuss'Tile
with the preaching of Saint Paul. the Declaration of Independence.This the Pastor's sermon will be Farmer spoke In the evening and ,. >

Of such preachers it was said, Is one of the great events In "Christ's Church" a message on i again on Saturday night to the Saddest Word Ever Spoken tty Our Lord
"they have turned the world up- the history of people.
our country. The the New Testament Church founded !young
side dawn". But Paul's world i Hebrews observed the Passover by Christ. The choir Is under I Sunday morning the sermon was I
needed and our,world also needs FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Feast as an annual event in Com HamptonMEET
I the direction of Mrs Lucille Green nn "Cod's Army"-In which thereare ,
to be turned Godward. The preach memoration of the .. ..... .
passover of the with Mrs. Mona Canova at the no conscripts. but all must --- -
that will lead to the practice I
ing death angel. Out of the Passover organ. be volunteers. In the evening the' Twenty excited but happy 4-H I local leader, will direct the recreation
for others and
of love a spirit of '
brotherhood la Christian. Feast Jesus Instituted the Lord's Sunday School Is now held In subject was: "Communion. Conformity Club girls are shown here just I program at camp. WITH! US IN OUR BIBLE SCHOOL 10 A. M.
Supper In commemoration of his the new building with classes and and Compassion", and before boarding a bus Monday at Girls/ attending camp are as
Sunday school 9:45: a.m. Classes own death. It is fitting that departments for all ages, staffed hearers were really blessed. Dr.FlLI'Tner the usa for summer camp at follows: Jackie Hobbs, Constance 11 A. :M. Hour: "The Worth of a Soul"

for children of all ages and for 'Christians and citizens of this by over 60( officers and teachers. was accompanied by his I Cherry Lake. They will be gone Jones, Marilyn Cox. and Grady
men and women. In the absenceof great country gather together in Training Unions gather at 6:43: wife and they remained over for all this week, and are under the Mobley from Starke Club; Betty HTU 7 P.M.: Visitors Welcome

Mr. Turney last Sunday, tho the Lord's House on the Lord's for discussion and program follow. the Tuesday evening service, and direction of Miss Dorothy Ross, Durban, Gennell Crake and Patricia

Friendship class was ably taughtby Day preceding the Fourth of July. ing postponed meetings during the again a spiritual treat was en- Home Demonstration Agent. Wainwright from Lawtey

Hollls\ Knight. The theme for the Sunday morning revival. Joyed. A new leader for Saturdaynight's I I Cherry Lake, near Madison, Is Club: Mary Alyce Crosby Kathryn -
Junior Westminster Fellowshipat message will be "Bread and Kelly, Pansy Crosby, and B
Is 6:30 Mid-week service Is held each youth meeting promisedand a permanent 4-H Club camp site SERVICE STATION
: p.m. Fellowship The topic for Sunday a happy time Is anticipated. erly Jo Crosby from Sunnybrook;
The Sunday School Picnic will evening will be "Lift Up Your Wednesday the Pastor.at 7:30: with messageby Communion will be observed at In a beautiful location. All camp Annette Green Ann Crosby, Shin [AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Weld j

be held at Keystone Beach on Eyes" Regular quarterly the Sunday morning hour and a activities are well planned and ley Parker. Elaine Crosby Jackie
Monday July 4. Cars will leave Come and Worship with us. business. meetings will be held at good attendance I Is desired. supervised. The girls will have Green, Shirley Nell Green Mary Washing Greaaln. Time, Tubes tt Batteries( Are

the church at 10OO:. a.m. Vacation Bible School will begin 8pm.The .. plenty of wholesome fun Including Frances Hazen and Carolvn Kel- Sold on BCOGKT: PLAN.,
An important meeting of the Pastor's'. office Is now established swimming, movies crafts, ,
Monday, July 11. The school will St. Mark's games ley from Brooker and Margaret PHONE lit FOR SERVICERiIE
Trustees and Elders will be heldon in the new building and EpiscopalRev. good food. etc. Miss Oleeta Green, Henley, of Hampton.
Include Beginners Primaries, __ .____ _
Tuesday at 7:45: p.m. at the open for consultation during the -- uu
Juniors. Please make plans for B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar "- }'I.OII10GHEYHOUNO BUSSES
. morning hours.A
Chapel. Every officer should be
the children to attend. 3 9:43 I National GuardCompletes SPEED 8.FET'OMf'ORT ECONOMY
present. friendly welcome will be received Sunday. July : a.m., Navy VacanciesIn -

Both morning service and Sun. by all who attend any of Church School Summer Session Firing
day school will be held each Sun- CHURCH OF CHRIST the services held at the First Baptist 11 a.m.. Holy Communion and Sermon ; : Aviation \LEARN TO FLY the Pay
easy way.
day throughout the summer. During Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday Church. by the Vicar. 6:30: pm., Off To Camp Soon i And Other SchoolsThe
the pastor's vacation you may Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Youth Fellowship In cooperationwith I you learn. Special .charter trips and sightseeing -\

hear some of the best Evening Service 7:43 p.m. Son- the youth of the PresbyterIan Headquarters Company 2nd I has
Florid preachersIn day. Christian Church Church at that church. Bn., 124th Infantry completed Its Navy vacancies for { trips by appointment. Phone 147\\
record firing at Camp Blanding high school graduates In the Aviation -
The Church: Is opendaily for i
Rev. J. B. Pastor
,last weekend. Fundamentals and other
Sunday 10 a.m., Bible School. 11 prayer and meditation.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke a.m., sermon subject "Rebuildingthe I Personnel of the unit was divid- training schools It was announcedhere

Rev. Lewis D. Halnee, Pastor Walls". 8 p.m. subject "Jon PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS\ ed Into four groups for weekend today by L>, P. Cain.,Chief TRANSFER
firing and the group that w..nt'out R. Be ILLVAREZ & SON COD
v v ahe. Then and Now". leu. St. and Temple Are Saturday was the last. The Machinist Mate local representative STORAGE

"!. The Heart .1 Town And la The Heart Tuesday 3 p.m., Woman's Count Sunday School 9:45 a. m.: MornIng 'men left Starke about 1 o'clock of the U. S. Navy Recruiting
cil meets at the church. Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Service.To .
Saturday afternoon and were
returned Ie alA
of The People"A We operate
Official Board
Tuesday night Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone afternoon.
Sunday Housing be eligible for this program,
vv meeting. welcome. dlatannaanywhere
and mess facilities were availablenear
Southern Baptist Church: For An People Wednesday night prayer meeting men must be between the ages -
the lake.
and training for service class CHURCH NOTICEThe of 17 and 31 years and must bea OS .la 11.&
I The record firing of the unit.
Mornlvg Worship: 11:00 happy Hour 80: Thursday night Fellowship sup- high school graduate. Those EXCELLENT8TOBAGB
Church of Jesus Christ of i as a whole, has been very good;
Sunday School-9:45 Training talo0t-6t.s per. Latter Day Saints will hold Sun particularly- In view of the who meet these qualifications will
Midweek' Service Wednesday' 8:00 I*. M. CHURCH OF GOD day School In the USO building :fact that a number of the new be. given an applicant's qualification .

on Temple Avenue every Sundayat members have never fired the test, and men making a q11;;:, FACILITIES
Rev. 1. .S. Williams, Pastor 10 a.m. A cordial InvitationIs weapon for record or at all, stat passing mark on this teat willCARPENTER'S .
MORNING\ MESSAGE: "Christ's Church" 8th & St. Clair Sts. extended to aU. ed Company Commander, Capt. Agents For -

'Hugh B. Ingram. A few of the
EVENING: Candle Light Baptism. and Lord's Supper Sunday School 10 a.m. CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST local Guardsmen have qualified as DelcherBros. See us first
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
v CHURCH expert riflemen and there have { .
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. f
been several sharpshooters and a
"Visit The Church With The Visiting ...tor" Y. P. E Sesvtce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Services every first and third large number of marksmen.If .

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Saturday night Sunday morning flS.
possible every man in the .
ana 11
Sunday night a.m. and
Company will fire the range here
3 p m. at Congregational Methodic -

A Great Sale For The Greatest American Holiday Rev Church Ernest on Griffli.Brownlee pastor.Road. at but summer Fort those Jackson encampment who cannot S. C. during from will July fire the FOR SALE -

CATHOLIC CHURCH 23 to August 7. Purebred Brahmer Bulls
Moat of the preliminary plan. Range

Sunday Mass 10 a.m. fling has been made for the sum- _
Sunday School 11 am. mer field training. Four members

Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. of the local Company will go by $250

:layBible truck with the advance detach- up
Q Study I U every Wednesday ment four days prior to the departure -

at 7:15Bradfordites of the main body, who
Also Grade Brahma Hief
yJ I will go by Pullman. It Is necessary PRESCRIPTION ers
UrgedTo i that all members of the unit

/ Mail Funds i attend summer camp. PHARMACIST And Bull Calves
Recent promotions In the Com
c-It I
For Cancer DriveAn pany are as follows: Phone 61 STARKE

I To be Sgt. 1-class: J. T. Pollard.
appeal to the people of Bradford On-lhe-Minit SenletDA Santa Fe Stock Farm .
I To be Sgt.: V. L. Starling.
County to help carry on the
Increasingly effective fight a- i To be Cpl.: Albert J. Burroughs.James ,
Starke Fla.Fr7 .
galnst cancer by mailing a contribution B. Godwin B. C. Holtzen-
addressed simply to CANCER dorf. Jr. Billy F. :Mile) ., Kirby -

(_ Starke, Florida. was made Swindell.To !

today by' Dan McCarty Florida be Private 1st clans: Richard

I cancer drive chairman. Carter Raleigh V. Crosby, JamesM. I

"No regular campaign for funds Edwards, Jr., Wm. E. Faxon. ,
Buy Enuff to Last June 30th-July 1 & 2 could b>> put on in Bradford Coun- Lewis D. Halnes. Jr., Jack W

.' "," v''r ty this year," McCarty said 'be- ,Hall. James O. Phillip. Sammie
'Till Tuesday cause we did not have enough ;S. Sa Jter, Wm. C. Smith William

time to set up an organizationthere. ,S. Starling, Charles R. Taylor.

''Mon. I To be Privates: George W Tes-
Stores Closed L
=- "..0,date. the drive in the state :ton. William V. Priest, Rod"y P.

as a whole Is one of the most i Hall. Henry B. Bennett. Frank
Ask at Star for Blq Color wcceMfu] in the history of the W. Dryden, Carl T. Edward

Price List- Scores ol t.. American Cancer Society. But It Two members of the local company .

Bargain! t '''{:'':.."" 'a obvious we are going to need Clarence M. Reddish and :

every cent that can be raised to Robert Crosby, are going up tot a
carry on cancer control activitiesthat 4-day cooks school, prlnr to the

are bringing excellent re camp.
sults. The strength of the company l a.

"That's .why I'm making this now *8 enlisted men and 9 offic
ers. This leaves only two vacancies
special appeal to the people of
Bradford Give whatever for officers and 11 vacanciesfor
We Are Happy to Announcethat you can. Put it In a stamped enlisted men. Recent enlistments 1

envelope addressed slmly to CA."l-1 I Include Sammie 3 Sasner f
CER. Starke. Florida. It will be of Ralford. who spent six years In e
the Marines, most of which time >>
"sent" on to me and will be Credited
Bradford was during World War If, and
to County. I
we have purchasedthe. Odls E. Browning. All young men
The unusual arrangement to receive -
who are Interested in enlisting In II
cancer drive contributions by
the In time for summer
mall was made through the special company I
Goods Store
Tyus Dry camp are urged to visit the SUrke
co-operation of the Post Office De- A The Newi
. armory for further details.

and will take over management. partment. The Bradford Health Department
Is aiding the unit by> giving

Immunizations to all mm of the i i 19-::!.9 Remington
Friday, July 1st ATHLETES FOOT GERM I I company. The Department also

HOW TO KILL IT. ,favored the unit recently when new CM....tc..... f
IN ONE-HOUR Sanitation Officer Jack Trawick your ft_ luff'f>. '

V NOT FLCA3CD. fw 4O, h_.. ;gave a lecture on personal hy to .b .. !b.wOpoc for For I able I Typewriter
lea ..r ...*.|... tor tkte. STRONG &,Ien.. ft/pine. i l l'l
LaaekM. T-4-U M.4eb
eo p r< Bt
I ....ML k FENET.ATLS. R..k..e ir
We plan to offer the public the same I Loa. MOL (MM .-i4p... Pvt. Monroe Griff( r

Serving In JapanPvt. ..
high quality merchandise, service and .

Monroe T. Griffin, son ot Eminent educators and psychologists proved in

quality that has been given by the for- WELDINGWe serving Mrs. Ruby In the Griffls occupation of Star.of Japan.... I Is I nationwide tests that students using a typewriter ,

t f u a truck driver In Service Com- progress more rapidly...get better grades. They CHECK( THESE FEATURES '
of this establishment pany, :nth Cavalry Regiment lit .
mer owners in .
I Cavalry Division, and is currently averaged 38% better in Language Usage, 23%

I" stationed at Camp McOUI. Tskeyama better in better in and Distinctive ivewfingerfit (
the and will Spelling, 9% Reading,
past we appreciate your # Japan. key*
I Pvt. Criffls ,Is beginning Inten- 31% better in Arithmetic. name just a few. f

ale training under the Universal
continued patronage and good will. otter the people ef Starke "Military Training Program. This Start your boy or girl toward a brighter tomorrow. Exclwtlva I J

program of training Is given by a Buy the new 1949 Remington Portable today! solf-starfor '

ud vlrlalty oae of the lavestDtodcra group of trained Instructors and paragraph hay
I la- used to build up the men both
--- Lonnie and Dolly (Lambe) SullivanSullivan's --- mud. flacut equippedweldiag physically and mentally. This 13 CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS
weeks of training will conclude Exclusive, ._NCI

(bop* _pM.... with a series of military problemsto .. t t t79.50 rypobar action
Dry StoreStarke \"
AU Work Guaranteed be given at the lit Cavalry -- 1
Division's training base located at '
the base of Mount Fujiyama. lovely noitatartw I

Florida SMITH'S GARAGE Enlisting for military service In Bradford County Telegraph yn finish r

March 1WS, Pvt. Griffls was assigned .
AND MACHINE SHOP to Fort Ord. Calif where

be received his basic training/ prior Starke Florida
Teopie Are Starve .a
--- --- 1 1FRIDAY
to sailing for occupation dutyin

Japan In June of the same year.


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Farmers AdvisedTo

Cull Out Hens I State Rests

r Who Don't 'Pay Way' \. 4. I
___ ? I In Murder
Hens thnt don't (pay their board A
2,000I have no place In a laying nock, _

: County Bradford veek Agent county T K farmers McClane told this ___ Trial Thursday

(C'onllniMMl from page 1))
He urged flock owners to cull
: Circulation all early moulters and broody County Tax Assessor, and J. a
hens as a nicnns of Insuring the Oodivln. assistant superintendent
te moat efficient egg production and of the State Prison all of whom

curbing feed coats I testified that thou were pre..ent.
rJ together with Ptito's:
County Agent/ Mc-Clane explained 1
Duncan and
that the peak of the egg I when the defendants were Reddish brought,
!nroduction IIPft>lon la now pant and to
Godwin's office at the
I that broody hen will consume I
prison questioning. All testified

I I 'is much feed an producing hem! that In reply to' questions
) Moreover ho stated, early moul-
I the stated
negroes that they had
tcra are notoriously poor egg pro- been treated good, "never hotter"
ducera since they take longer
they had been during their
J -- -
to moult than those that start
Something of the pleasant incarceration: In the prison, and
aumospnere of the Clay Hill section"IS
# a't late and are than non-producers late fOI'lon.ll'er caught In these photographs taken on. a quiet Sunday afternoon in that statements made by them
periods/ summerand "CLA
I early fall moultera. ECHOES"Selected eurly summer. At left above Is Mrs. Mohr's beloved school where she the had been of made freely without
use farce offer of
once reward
taught three R's doctored
her children for minor
cuts and
Meanwhile, In Atlanta, Hnrrv or duress of any kind.
Wise poultry marketing special- As New Title bruises and even pulled an occasional tooth. In those days Clay Hill Scruggs and the other defense
to lilt of the Production and MarketIng Popular Column Written For Telegraph was virtually isolated by a near-Impassable sand road and visits by i l lawyers, however brought out

Admlnlfltratlon'a Poultry 1 By Lura Burgess Mohr Of Ponca, NebraskaSomehow dentists and doctors were rare. Neatly painted :white, the school is that statements read to the defendants -

Branch, gave strong backing to surrounded by a high wire fence to keep out roaming livestock.A at this time had been

J the County Agenfa advice. made previously by the defendants
1 "It's just! plain good busineaH,," it didn't seem right Clay Hill was started several I the more localized Items of Clay used to handsome concrete bridge now spans the little branch that Luia and that the witnesses could

1 tl VVlae declared, "to atop hopping to separate Lura Burgess Mohr months ago when It was suggested Hill news The Telegraph then Invited from school.cross These on a walks rickety wooden bridge on her dally walks to and have no knowledge of the conditions
from Clay Hill-that's the decision were always a source of Joy and Inspiration under which the8e-
that the column should previous
the hens that aren't have a suggestions and offered a
J keeping you. reached by the Telegraph for Mrs. Mohr and she mentioned them statements
JJ broader title alnce Mrs. Mohr year's subscription for the best frequently in her Clay Hill had been made.
The markets ara sh'o't! on good after reading a flood of letter's used a variety of ingredients Including new name or for the best letter column before she moved to Nebraska. The new graded road has done Upon cross examination Godwin .

fat hens, and prices are good. from readers protecting a changeof poetry philosophy and submitted giving reasons why the wonders to "open up" the Clay Hill section and'make it more easily stated that the men w replaced

It' All two-year-old heM should be name for this widely-read fea household hints to make up her name should not be changed. accessable to visitors. Residents of the area are eagerly anticipating. in the "bastlle". or flat i
culled and their places In the ture. It Is a decision backed up readable column in addition to the day when the road will be hardaurfaced. top. He testified that they were

by a recent visit to Clay Hill The response was much greater fed re&'Ular_ _Drlson_n _farA___ ._.ed'_ ".'......_.
t'I farm flock given to young blrda. where residents of that picturesque !than expected with letters com not mistreated to his knowledge.He .

Its an accepted fact that pullets community were Interviewedand ing from points as distant aa denied that the men, were ,

are more profitable then hens. tracee of Mrs. Mohr's whole- Wisconsin and California Indicating '' held incommunicado and that I

( t Now that I\hot weather Is here some personality were still foundto ,' that Mrs. Mohr's column has friends and relatives could have I
J permeate the scenes and individuals universal appeal and that her .' seen them during regular visiting
extra care should be taken to In- i
with whom ho once' readers Include people of all ages hours by applying to himself!! or .
lure 'that eggs are gathered frequently associated. and all walks of life. Many clever to the superintendent. He denied :

properly stored and marketed That Is the reason the Tele- a } new names were suggested and, that he had refused to let Mc 1 1Donald'

IJ I under the best possible conditions graph has decided to let the name though the temptation to select father see McDonald I

Better eggs will mean of her refreshing column re from this group was very great S4L0 He stated that H. O Brown was
better main Clay Hill-with the addition In the final analysis we felt that the only attorney who asked to ,
prices. of the one poetic and significantword we could not turn a deaf ear to be admitted before the court appointed -'
J. Of the two-year-old hens, Mr. .Echoes. the many friends who begged attorneys to' .representtwo

McClane said "such birds are pro- &&Ia that Clay Hill be retained in the of the defendants and that
tI The new title was suggested by
J bably producing so few eggs now title As one reader It Brown
expressed : was
permitted to see Wol-
Mrs. C. Cox
A. of Miami
who has ,.,
(hat the weather has turned hot 1:171:17 "Even if there went no Clay Hill fork as requested
We Are been :
Proud long an ardent follower of '
that they are not paying their community I would still vote to Defendant On Stand
.. the Clay Hill column as well as
feed bill"
J .. retain that name because I think The Jury had been removed
one of Mrs. Mohr's numerous
; To Announce He advised flout owners to look pals. The word "Echoes"seems pen those words connote so aptly V-}, from the courtroom during the admission

for the birds whose beaks and I particularly apt since the Clay R the grass roots nature' of the ". ..... of the statements as evidence I
c shanks have begun turning yel- column's contents." : was being and '
Hill news might be said to "echo !: 'J.:_. --... .' argued while
t that for the first time in low, He advised producers to han back" to the Telegraph from .'onca. Mrs. Mohr's column has appeared they, were still out Wednesday
die hens &t night, while they are e e: 4rLVRA in All Clay Hill readers. must feel familiar with afternoon the three
.... its history more than: Nebraska where It Is receivedby the Telegraph under Daisy Lang's house defendant
: 2,000 copies of the Telegraph on the roost and to pick out the Mrs. Mohr In letters from her the name of "Clay Hill" for the where Lura boarded during her school-teaching days. Built high off were called to the stand.

roll from our ones whose pelvic bones are closetogether' Florida friends past several years and has proved the ground in a style that was popular with pioneer settlers of Florida Robinson testified that he was

>J> Dress each week. and are not flexible The contest for a new name for popular with our readers. I this'house Is typical of many of the old residences In the Clay kept In the "death house" or

Hill section. Though the soil looks sandy Mrs. Lang had a row of Flat top and that he was told

feel thl-i important Deeds RecordedL. Junior Baseball Jim ,.r Legion Team! In Gaines; bright. red...gladioli. .:blooming..._ ___ __.along.__ _the__ fence____ At present, she I U other he had two better defendants talk "were because"fram the
Conner Selected As ..,n",,,",,'.-_" u... .... .n......"... .. ..u _.. "_.." u L corn.
I 1We is significant Norman of Miami to L. C. vide' at Harris Field. On Monday,, 5 upm.r, ing up"* on him.

not>> only'our Clemons of Lake Butler: the NW Game,Scheduled July 11, the Lake Cltv Team will One Of Fifteen .. .,.... .. ... i1!: ; McDonald, upon questioning by

but also the con 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of Sect 35, For 4th Of July return ,to Starke for another, Boys State Leaders 7 "...--' :""If1J"; ..'. Ms attorney said he had made
growth and expansion Twp 0 a, Range 21 E, contain- ',, : \.,, the statements because he didn't
game with tre local I team. Thus t
I of the entire ing 40* acres f It was announced this ucik by Glenn Conner, son of Leon Conner (y. know "what would happen" -to

Starke trade area. T. N. Kendrick of Starke to A. J. Thomas Mgr.. of the local: far the local team had played and recent Delegate to the 1J. him later If he didn't talk. He
Foster Shi Smith of Starke: lots I three games, two being vith Lake American Legion' Boy' State In said that the State's Attorney
American! Junior
33 and & 31 of Blk. 3 of Dowl- Legion Baseball Butler and one with G.'lnosvlila, Tallahassee, ,was the principal appeared to; be a friend to him at
Ings Addition to Starke. I Tram that tho team Y ould play: This team Is sponsored: by the, speaker at the regular meeting of t i.?.. that time but "he 'pears mighty

H. A. Manusna of Bradford Co. the Lake City Junior Legion Starke Legion Poet No. :38 at the 4 i mad with me now".
loon I Amrrl.-au
Legion Post and'
Tern In Starke ,
on 'uly 4th at Wblfork
to Albert Tyson and Elliot Tysonof American Legion Hall Tuesday testified that after
It Also Means- the Fturkc Bill Park at 3-.IO:: the uniforms were furnished by night. Out of 'his
the 308
Bradford Co.! Lot 9 of Blk. i'I boys attending arrest In Jacksonville on May
2 of Sunny Acres Sub.-Dlv. m. Then en Wedn'!i>dny. July P'I the ..J.V.. Andrews Jr. Ford Motor the recent Boys State 7 he was taken to the city jail

that for a modest charge I I the toam111 play the Company. from all over the State young .Jacksonville and told that he

J Conner was selected as one of would be mobbed if he didn't talk
of 45c the tier of our I '
the 13 best all-around citizens n t' and that he was "scared" into
Classified, Column can '. .: ''AR'MY C M'P .WRfCKiNc:1': C: RP."CMP: t-fo..t-tG. 11th.[ Tallahassee event In his talk : I making further confessions at the
.- place his" message!! before I ", I young Conner dwelt on tho activities -. State Prison.

an audience conservatively taking place at Boys State k Motions\ by the defense. to preclude

estimated at more and Just what the purposes of k the statements as' evidenceon
than 7,500 readers. Numerous SEASONED LUMBER2x4's12' this annual event are the grounds that such use

surveys have established Paul Reyes Commander of the 'would violate! the, constitutional

the fact that Univ. of Fla Post and one of theCounsellors rights of the defendants were denied
.The Immaculate little Long Branch church situated In front of an .
at the
than three recent
more people Boys
w read every paper that is 14' $50 M State make a short talk to the ancient tree-shaded cemetery Is the mecca of faithful worshippersevery First witness placed on the

printed. Indeed some 2x6's-8' 9' 14' Poet on Boys State and mentioned Sunday. Some of the markers in the cemetery date back a stand by the State Thursday.
do double a.a aa'$5OM that Delegate Conner had madean hundred years or more proving Clay Hill to be one of the earliest- morning was Charles Schmltt

papers duty- 2 x8' -12' 14' outstanding record while In settled areas In this section of Florida. When this picture was taken manager of a local funeral home
being passed! on from one ,. $50 M
] Tallahassee.W. most of the congregation had gone home from Sunday afternoon who testified that he receivedMr.

It family is impossible to another.to Thus estimate PINE FLOORING -1x3 1x4 $25 M & up W. M. Scruggs, Jr. Commander services but a few'(including Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson at Silcox's body after it hadbeen

I of the Legion's 4th District mad", right) remained to chat a while at the gate All spoke highly of Mrs. taken to the entrance of a

accurately just how SPECIALNo.1 OAK FLOORING..ONLY $155 M a short talk to the Post on tho Mohr and of the Influence she used to be, and still Is, on the community. local hospital and that the merchant -

many readers the 2.000 Child Welfare and Veterans Rehabilitation "There's nothing put-on about her." said the lady in the black- I was dead at that time. Ho

\ t Telegraphs printed every ATTIC I PICNIC IN YOUR program being carried ribboned hat. "She's just as cheerful and happy as her column makes stated that he turned over theclothing
\ week actually reach. PLATE I on by the Legion. Commander her out to be." that Silcox was wearing;

1" II FANS OLAHS OWN YARD Scruggs also informed the Pont! I to Dr. C. B. Pollard, chemist and
that ha would soon transfer his toxocolonrlsr of Gainesville.

36"$29.75 MIRRORS50c PICNIC TABLES I membership to Starke since he Dr Pollard next took the stand
I will be on the faculty at Bradford tv and testified that In his opinion

: In No Other Waycan 42" . $32.75 $2.75 PMi I High The School Poet unanimously starting in August.adopteda Silcox which entered died of his a body bullet'just wound above

. Resolution petitioning the Post ., the heart and emerged nenr his
a business (that :- I Office Department for free house spine, about two inches lower

wants to tell its storyto $$8450' = to house mall delivery In Starke than the point of entry.

the people of Starke's UIIILK TIIKV LAST! C and Instructed the Commanderand At the conclusion of this testimony -
Adjutant to forward said the State
again presented
trade area reach such a LESS: THAN 50'> OF N>:\\''
t : resolution to the proper Poet Office the alleged confessions whereupon
wide audience at such ,
an PRICE.; MOTORS EXTItA. defense
Officials. :!! again objected to. their
t economical cost. The Tel
i '. '" being read as evidence before
egraph is the only medium CELOTE3CI'clnq;; | TOILETS Benches Skin Game Outside the Jury. The jury was then dls-
for this I/a" thickness C (5c I itle -
reaching Irag ft. missed while the court considered!'
j A market with maximum 1" t lch... lr.9 I2c/ Sc ft! Flush Valve 1111.10 sad 12 foot. I n9lht. Ideal City's Jurisdiction, which questions and answers! In

efficiency at minimumCost. Included -,--- for the.,.... $' 00 Mayor Roberts Says the alleeed confessions should not

We will be glad to '# II work i ,i Vltraout chi.... Have. chwrch.sack., . . ,, lip I be considered as evidence. After
,; .. Mayor J. P hearingthe arguments of the defense -
confer with you on your ; 1 h r. m ., Stoaa' -typ. '"+ Roberts has requested
advertising problems and 'I..lh' cal. ,.., i that the Telegraph ex the court ruled that virtually
give you the benefit of plain further an Item appearingin confessions went
this $12.50 WALLBOARD tha>Iaat Issue which stated that admlsaable .with the exception ofa
our experience in
Windows Sheriff Reddish had arrested seven sketch which the State says
field. ,., negroes In a "Reno skirt Kame".a.rayor McDonald made. Illustrating the

:2500with thousand Roberts points out that ,M+17y' t.c' positions of the defendants at the

g1! I s U..,__< .. $19.00 par M the house where the gambler! env scene of the crime. Another motion

$$8:95: were arrested was outside of the- ,' for severance on behalf of
city limit", and not in Keno prop. McDonald, was made at this time
-' *
Tell The er, most of which la within the and likewise denied.
Story At press time Yesterday St.te'e.
UPPLIES city limits. Therefore, this place
12 -
lit. <<2'8'N4'6"< > Ese.lt.nteeea e. BUY AHOME
was out of the jurisdiction of the Attorney T. E. Duncan was reading -
I.Hon. Raady for immediate Inilol- baaat, twitch bam, wall ....- city police which accounts for Twin calves of any breed are unusual enough to attract attention the disputed statement's to
the Sheriff but when the twins are born of a purebred Brahman sire the jury which was expected to
Of Your Business I.H toggl.' iwitch.t, beau, ,.<>,- I making the arrests and dam-
I 9 LIT tic....( pews, peals Ro..... c.blot. Mayor Roberts stares that the that's headline news, indeed. complete the State's case against'
IX c.blat. and a hula track at item caused some criticism of the the defendants.
r SINGLESASH FOR AS LITTLI AS But such a .rare occurrence did take place on the ranch of H. C
other Itrma. city police by readers who thought
Thru Our Columns that the place referred to was Boyer northeast of Starke on the morning of June 2, and as proof Deal Gives ReviewOf

GALVANIZED $300 within the city limits. Mrs.: Boyer poses above with "Pink Lady" and 'Blue Boy", twin Rotary Year

$1.45 r SHEET IRON t. (' _lt C..rt. Bra4f.r. C...t7. Brahman calves (one male and one female) born to their purebred
rtald.l !. Cttmrnrfwr.Vlrvlnl '
301--I..d tot -tal. ih..H. DOWN IASY TtKMS. Ilenir.l. i'litlntirr.I va Ix>ulH > dam "Blue Director's Orlselda", by ,their purebred bull Dumpy Manse president Herbert Deal
Sine?. ash lar barnt, ....,". ac. singeendanr.. Can; >"v; 7aS7. gave a review of the year's activities
BRADFORDCOUNTY Random Sizes ___ 3c ft. 0'*.. .( F*""..tt.. cad ]N.fU. The twins are the pair's first offspring.The at the Rotary Club lunch-

PIPE & FITTINGSFHM. BLACK GALVANIZED. SOIL t or. ApwarrATB FLORIDA t.s Boyers came here from Arizona a year 'ago and are buildingup eon meeting here Wednesday. The

SOLD BY THE FOOT OR TON anrt Louis adilr H. .Banal.. I 18: l fU.!..1\0.Rrons. r..llanc.liver a Brahman herd on their 225-acre: farm place which they purchased: main project successfully completed -
this year was the constructionof
Hnitd. Yonk.ra N.w Yorkr
OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY' FROM 8 A.M. TO S ,..M.ARM'V Tou are required to appear. en from A. E. McKinney It Is located about two miles northwest of a Boy Scout building for Troop
July I n. 149, In the above ...m.. Court and cause, wli.r.ln plaintiff Starke on the State Farm road and they Invite anyone interested to : 70. the president said.
casks dlTore. Bradford Count stop by and sea the twins. S. I* Peek. Jr. gave an Interfiling -
T.laa-raph ihall publish this OrdarIn
CAMP WRECKING CORP. neat tour weakly I....... Mr. Boyer Is a retired railroad engineer and he and his. wife state account of activities. at the
Wltnaaa mr liana and official' International Convention of
that they picked Florida for their home after touring the country Rotary
seal at .
Ulark KlwrUla. this ""n. he
r which
II. 1949. from coast to coast. "W. looked everywhere and decided that we Uked recently attended .
CAMP' OFFICIAL PEAL) A. :/. Thomaa, In New York City.
HANDING. FLA. Florida best,1 Mrs. Boyer commented.
TELEGRAPHs OX 569 STARKE, rtA PHONI_64* Aa Clark' of .laid t The newly elected
Bjr 1 n..." Croabjr, D. C. CO..lI'i At present they have five head of purebred,Brahman stock and 52 pmldent. G.
T Frank l.andrum, Stark. S. Newcomb will tike: over the
Alty. tor I'll. .-tr"In.-I' bead of range cattle.: Most of their range Is In improved pasture.. reins of the club next


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