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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Lnently, Suspended By, Council :

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met In regular Official County Publication Established In 1S79iQLl'MK

t.esdaY) council night with the tol.mel1bers i Patrolman Recaptures

\ present; Janei Escaped Life TermerRobert : SEVE.NTY.TM: 'FWR IIi 1800 NUMBK1I riVK'
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giJbop W90 T.,Jackson.n Jr.made 1...O.by P. L. from Negro Road life-termer Lee Camp Kemp who No., 21-year-old 28 escaped near ..*. New "Hot/" For Sheriff- Reddish9s "(j;;; t'l'III"f"fA ;'';-- Construction Of$66,760 lm


C'hi' f of police W. E. Gainesville last .FrIday morning, #

that 1 be permanl'ntly seconded suspend by wn., was he recaptured walked along early US 301 Saturdayas a mile ,,"-,, I-

lion Was of Starke --"" ..' J. ...' Will Completed By April I
and motion car- north by Highway Patrolman I
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unanimoUS Jackson! vote. Q. A. Flllinglm, who recognized "",," ::. rf.-J.-\:.; _"'-:" ,........: ,;:;_;: '__- .... .. -' :"'.;-. _
WU him from a : I.j I
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ollowlng broadcast over the Highway Patrol ,. jl N ...: _.-p,
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Council 'of radio network. ',.. "J'J. :.Il f ow$;; .t : !:::"':" "'" J! Nine Work Begun This Week On
the City .,,"; ., Legion
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has been. advllledHonorable Kemp was sentenced to life Imprisonment a.3 ". ... _. County Lock-Up;
florida, Wain- at Miami in 1949 for l'U'w--' :' E-1'. .. --.t: : ;;==
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J. R. I .. .. Laborers Needed
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Mayor of the City of rape. apprehended Saturday ..' j{. _" '. .$. r--.":""oit<<,iI< ,w Places ThirdIn
and I morning Kemp carried buckshot : .4.: .. '
has suspended ._ :ot: -to: ... '
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that Thornton as Chief wounds In his shoulder and 1' "' .. 'n t- ; .VJlf' .""'" Construction began this week on Bradford County's

W. E City of Starke I 'II.. .U. ... ..,.., '..--J. ultra modern $66,760 jail. The new county calaboose is beinger I
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c* of the 1950 and ..." ur'U :\ ---.-......,. -'=' tp, '. State TourneyCoach erected on the southwest con of the Pratt and Broadwaythe In
I August 15 i hip.No ",-'- ""':' :; . .- -'PJi t
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[L. said notification Present Plans ....: Street intersection opposite I city playground, I
pension and removal reads >.: :. = Herb Thomas and his expected to be in shape to accc:mmodate local lawbreakers by !'

"* : Starke Junior American Legion: April.
" August 15.: i9150 For Blanding : Baseball Team returned to Starke The site was formerly occu >led by the county's first jail i

,'.. ;-"' ;;8,* .'' ::;:::; -:) : a late last Friday night bringing erected shortly after 1861 but
Honorable Members of the ""' '' : with them the trophy for third Teachers Meet abandoned in 1910 when the :
Starke Pictured above Is the architect's conception of the new $66.760Br.dford: County jail designed by County .
uacU of the City of place In the Junior Legion Baseball present jail was erected on I
Delegation Told"Camp James Gamble Rogers. II, Winter Haven architect. Work began this week on the structure, located at state tournament held In : At BHS This WeekThe courthouse square. The ancient .

en: the intersection of Pratt and Broadway Streets. Wauchula last week. Local fans brick pile was demolished
to notify you that pur. The two-story cement block prison will be 60 foot eight Inches wide by 31 feet four Inches deep. Th have reason to be proud of the school teachers of Bradford and cleared away last week
j Blanding. Is far from
fills this
la your unanimous recomioo being out of consideration and In front entrance opens Into a hall with a large office on the left and the stairway to the upper floor to Starke club placing third In : week County to are meeting their at for without monetary cost by the

and the authority'con' the event of any expansion in the the right. Further back the entrance hall merges with a hall running'at' right angle the width of the Florida where approximately the coming plan school programs year. With county's road maintenancecrew. ,

upon me as the Mayor of armed forces beyond the present it building where is found the violent cell, kitchen boiler and utility room;and the two bedrooms and living eighty-five Junior Legion ball an ever Increasing number of pupils I
have sus- clubs participated in the Legion
.of Starke. I will receive most serious consideration reom of the jailor's quarters. There are two bathrooms: on the first floor. enrolling the problems arising The Board of County Commissioners .
E.
baseball this
sad removed Police W. of ," Brig! General W. L. Barrl- Upstairs located the white women's cell block and sanitary facilities a similar block for colored program year. are many and the local county responsible under th. law) \
M M Chief of ger, Chief of the Service Division women (with a solid wall between), a hospital cell for sick prisoners white men's day room and cell block The tourney got under way officially teachers asHoctatlon Is fortunateIn I

of Starke( affective Tues- of the Army General Staff, told a'' and a colored men's day room and cell block. The twJ latter sections ot-ptapy:! the major portion of the second with a big Ford Motor having Mrs. Dorothy Phlppi for providing jail facilities, authorized

goal IS, for gross wl8COn-of conference In the Pentagon Build.log floor. A guard corridor encircles all cell blocks making It Impossible for prisoners to reach the> win Company banquet Monday night of the Board of Directors of the the new structure when It
.office, willful neglect of last week with all the teams Association, was apparent that the present
Education
at Washington, D. C., Tuesday dow Florida
and for mafeUmisfeasanCe f and visiting Legion dignitaries as
Hal,,1 duty In office.. morning. Normal capacity of the new Jail will be 23 prisoners, but more' may be safely oonflned when nec guests. A crowd of 150: were fed D. F. Williams of the State and Department Dr. Jail, condemned as unsafe and Inadequate

yours very truly Arranged by Representative essary. The present Jail holds only 16 prisoners unier usual circumstances. an excellent dinner In the Wau of Educatiorn of Florida, .State Vnlversltyi by the State, could not ,
J. R. Wainwrlght Charles E. Bennett of Florida's P. D. Reddish Is County Sheriff and Cecil Sewell Is Jailor. chula high school cafeteria. State Swearcngen! be remodelled and modernized at
meet with them, In the dlscuwilon -
.._.._.......-. Second Congressional District, the Harduker of
,yor of the City 01n .. Chairman W. A. of their problems.This a figure substantially. less than
to and subscribed before conference was attended by Senator baptist Revivalt Lakeland, was In charge and had year many of the problems the cost of a new prison plant.
Florida, this 13th: Claude Pepper Senator Spes- Police Patrol CarHeavilyDamaged 4CO Freeholders an Interesting program arranged
Starke, facing the teachers' are not of the The Board< awarded the $43,500:
sard L Holland and
a representative
\ New RiverA which included addresses by State
August, 1950. common classroom variety. Be., contract for the building to Jack ..t
of senator-elect
S Hutto Klnney. Notary George Legion Commander Donald K. causes of the shortage of classrooms Culpvpper of Tallahassee while the I
Smathers. week of revival services will Carroll, of Jacksonville; Carl Mc-
$ Petition
Sign many teachers are wander- $33,280 contract for furnishing
03, The City Council ofjof Under Secretary of War Archibald ,egln Monday night, August 21,"at '. Gaffin Detroit, in charge of the Ing where their' classes are going to and Installing, the prison equipment I
Alexander, in whose office the
Starke. haS carefully he New River Missionary Baptist Legion program for the Ford be held. Also many of the Coun (culls, steel work etc.,)
td IBid suspension and'.- conference was held expressed The city's police patrol panel :fturch, the Rev. Truby Parrish. County Superintendent of Pub Motor Company; H. A. Schubleger ty's school buildings are suffering went to the Manly Jail Work.,

md Is of the opinion that himself as being deeply impressedwith truck sustained damage estimated I astor announced Wednesday lic Instruction Harmon p. Morgan President of the Florida High' from old age and show It In their Daltn, Ga. Both contractorswere

W. E. Thornton should be the "sense the Florida of unanlmlnlty"voiced ; at $40,0 and Chief of Police W. E. I lervlces begin each night at 9 said yesterday that petitions now School Athletic Association; National leaky roofs and decaying wails low bidders for the respective -

Die offences') set ouf In by delegation 'Thornton and policeman Bert ''clock and the revival will close circulated Executive Committeeman Doing the best with what Is available I contracts and both special
id of Suspension and Re- ,concerning Camp Blanding and Johns were hospitalized as a result pith dinner on the grounds afterhe being authorizing a Meads Wilson, of Mulberry; Hoy la no longer practical and In Ice. In Jail construction and equIppliog. .
I also his appreciation for the II $400,000 school bond election. are Black eighth district commander,
of two collisions occurring I morning service Sunday, Aug. some instances Impossible. Th. contracts were formally ,
therefore be It resolvedCity pledges of cooperation and good Sunday afternoon within 45: minutes :7.: noetlng'" with a favorable response! together/ with Bobby Hicks, Tampa In compliance with the State signed July 3 and specify that ;
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Council of the City will brought by civic leaders from of each other. For this revival the church ')5ecured Mr. Morgan estimated that a- Tribune sports writer and other Department of Education all of the completion date shall not belater

rke, In regular session as- Starke Jacksonville St. Augustine The first accident happened at 1 the services of the Rev. bout tOO freeholders had signed the sports reporters. the teachers In the county holdRank than next April 3.

1 and Keystone Heights. 2:30: p. m. when an auto driven by"T. F. (Fred) Green of Jackson- petitions to date, The law provides Long overdue rains wrecked the HI (college degrees) Certificates Financially the new county prison .
W. E. Thornton before Any future use of Camp Bland- and out. that 25: percent of the qualified original schedule of the tournament. Several teachers
"W Mrs. Katie Nell Pinkard of Thom- 'llle, well known minister or higher. will rest lightly upon the shoulders
{ the City Council of the Ing will be determined by. the aston, Ga., traveling east on Madison tending speaker. The public is freeholders in a county must As of Wednesady night have entered the system this yearto of ths taxpayer because the

Starke, on the charges) ftlud needs of" the, national defense pro- St. en route to Daytona :lordially Invited to attend all of sign petitions asking that the election three out of four scheduled games replace those who did not hold Board has moat of the money, a-

Urn by Mayor of the City gratri 'the-' delegation was told, struck the city patrol truck a I he services* '> I be held. It Is estimated that had been rained out. An all-Urns proper y certificates. bout $40,000, already on hand-
a.rul.u: yet that It Is an undeter'l there are approximately 2,200 regUit record was set for Wauchula baseball. .
tke glancing blow as Chief Thornton N.wi teachers In the county saved from prior years. To
Tuesday. Auguat 22 mined factor. The Army's policy red freeholders in this county. when a crowd of over 900 .. Cowen the
pit accompanied by policeman Johns ohool l".r.tollare; 0...1' pay tho, $J ,760 balance
ft 5 o'clock P, M. at the will be to use currently operating. entered Madison St. from' West- Roberts Qualifies therefore around 600 must slgHT! :' t>'9 ,people .Jammed the grandstand scUnce.j.ln Bradford high; M.A. Board, &".taout. iooreasins the

Ml i. In the City of Starke, camps Insofar as'"they meet 'the' moreland St.Highway petitions before* the election'canbe and extra bleachers ,Tuesday Payne, commercial courses' In total mUIafe provided a 1.75 mill

It Is hereby fixed! as thee requirement. of the defense program Patrolman Q. A. Flllinglm called. night for the West Palm Beach. Bradford high; H. D. Ingram levy In the ID Q1 budget which

time and the place for and then begin reaching out who Investigated the accident In Council RaceWith The' law also porvldes that In Avon Park game. In this, the English, in Bradford high; Harold which will produce approximately

<1 W. E. Thornton to appear reactivating those that have been stated that both parties order. for the election to be valid only game played through Wed Hazelwood. athletics and social $7erx by next April leaving

tbe City Council of the City more or less abandoned as tehy were at fault as Mrs. Pinkard was at last 50 percent of the registered nesday night, West Palm Beach studied, In Bradford high; Mrs. thereafter about $I9 000 unpaid

ki and ftle his answer to are needed. Secretary Alexander exceeding the speed limit and the the qualifying deadline but: freeholders must cast a ballot overpowered Avon Park 114. Lucille Payne Starke elementary; and for which the contractorshave

aid. General Barrlger added that city vehicle failed to yield right- 'our days away only one aspirant and a majority of those voting Starke took its first tournamenl and Mrs Claire Parker, Breaker agreed to accept non-inter

urgei.a certified copy of this all such Installations are under of-way. No one was hurt in this las' thus far tossed his hat into the must favor the issue If It Is to be.. game against Tallahassee Thursday school. est bearing certificates of Indebt.

Ion be sent Special Dollv- constant study by the Departmentof accident but damage to Mra. Pink- ,city: council race signifying his authorized. *, morning to the tune of 10-4 a .dness. The Board will pay oft

entered Mall, return receipt the Army.Tuesday's ard's automobile was estimated ,desire to unseat one of the three "Education for the children of with little trouble. Starke, ttu; Burglar Tools, Gun the certificates within three years

>Id), to the said W. K.: conference was also at $230: while damage to the police ncumbents seeking re-election Bradford County Is being threatened ., northern area champions, battered Land In Jail by continuing: the 1.73: mill Jail
attended, by Brig. Ge eral.D..A. truck was placed at $100. No September 12 for two. year by overcrowded conditions." Donald Hollls and Donald Brown I Negro levy during that period.I<< It is ex-
,
above foregoing resolution CflTgen. Chief of the Organizationand charges were preferred.The terms. 'This. statement was made recently for 11 hits. Driving without lights, possession pectea. TOO Hoard has auoea approximately -

Moduced by Councilman ,P.Idps Training' Division, Brig. General second and most serious State Representative J. P. Rob-' by a spokesman for tne School. Jack Hazen. the winning pitch.. of burglar tools, and carryinga $5,000: to the above

and was unanimously Miles Reber of the Legislative accident occurred 43: minutes later erts Tuesday paid his $18 qualify' Board in explaining the necessity er, scattered eight hits and struck concealed' revolver landed Clarence figures to care for unforeseen

H by the City Council at a Liaison Division and Col. C. when the police vehicle still In ing fee to run against councilmen of a bond Issue at this time. The out nine. Larry Redden l led the Walter Cole Oli-yesr-old emergencies that might arise.

r meeting held on Tuesday, Rodney Smith, Executive Secretary running condition and driven by Lucian Hazen. H. A.I (Buddy) i overall attendance In the county winners' attack with two.doubles Negro, In the county lock-up Tues Both contractors are bonded for

115, at which all membersCity to Alexander.The Chief Thornton accompanied by Bishop Jr., and James A. Lewis,,) schools is increasing at the rate which drove In four runs. day. The Negro, driving a 1037 an amount equal. to the value of

Council were present Florida delegation 'included Johns, was rolling east on La- all previously puallfled. of approximately 100 students per In last Friday's games West t Chevrolet, was arrested during their contracts to perform the

['ting former congressman Lex Green fayette St. At the intersectionwith Registration of voters ended last l'' year. In addition to needed new Palm Beach trimmed the Starke the hours of darkness Tuesdaymorning terms of the agreement by.April

James A. Lewis and State Senator Charley E. South Walnut St. (highway Saturday with about 35: new construction, it was pointed out team 11-0 In the morning gameand by city policeman Billy 3..

'Ident of the City Council. Johns of Starke; William S. 301)) the police car's brakes failed names on the booka. The council that many of the county's schools Tallahassee moved into the Overstreet and turned over to Clerk of the Circuit Court A.

[City Council set the time at Johnson executive secretary of to hold and the vehicle rolled onto removed 53 deceased and removed are in a serious condition because which championship round beating Sheriff P. D. Reddish on suspi J. Thomas who Is also secretaryto
the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce the path of of neglect of vital repairs the cion. the commissioners, released the
o'clock P. M. August 22 the busy highway In persons from the list this week Starke 7-3 in afternoon con-
; E. L. Matthews presidentof and trailer were defered during the depression show the details on the now Jail this week
((1350, for hearing any fur- a aouthbound truck leaving approximately 1,500 qualified teat. These two losses droppedthe Available records man ,
"oplalnu from owners or the Starke Chamber of Commerce which struck the police truck in voters on the city's .books and war years. northern champs from the was first sentenced to a year In and stated that "our new county

of my Real Estate or Per- ;. K. S. McKay and Larry the side and threw it against a eligible to cast ballots In next' Virtually every school In the double elimination meet. Ralfonl. from this county in 1017 Jail will Incorporate the latest developments ;;
Walrath of Keyotone Heights; Lee the county will benefit from the con- for two In design and equipment -I
PropCTty values on the 1900 tree and an electric pole on month's election. I As stated 'by Bobby Hicks, and was sent up again
I. Hoarty, executive secretary of the corner of the Intersection. candidates for the'!I struction and rehabilitation pro.grant sports writer for the Tampa Tribune years In 1021,' both times on and will be one of the finest J
St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce Chief Thornton was given emergency Additional which the) which will get under way If : Coach Herb Thomas charges of breaking and entering small county Jails In the State."
are
council scats,
; Ralph Licker representing treatment for cuts and three this freeholders authorize the proposed Starke club Just ran out' He escaped prison In 1922 but was The building contractor brought :
wr Apprehended; senator-elect Ceo Smathers; Sen- internal chest injuries onlny city posts to be filled bond lame In a special election tc young I. apprehended In 1920 when commlttlnff certain technicians to Starke but
the two Friday games/
of In
lied Four Towns ator Holland's executive secretary, locally possible and removed to a Palatka year, have until election noon will Tuesday be to\\ be held here probably In October Jack gas Hazen star pitcher, who ; a new crime grand lan.ceny needs some unskilled and semiskilled r

I Ralph Davis; and C, H. Nas- i hospital. Policeman Johns was qualify. The Freeholders not yet signed who stopped Tallahassee Thursday for which he drew five years. :. labor, It Is stated. r

iaits of Worthington I worthy, Steve Simmons, Guy Andrews hospitalized overnight In North Iin the city hail would like to do so will find petitions morning was In trouble all the Florida authorities released him Mr. Thomas also voiced the "

>. Brooker, Graham andS and Jerome Johns all Florida Clinic for cuts, bruises and on hand at Canova's Pharmacy way In th. Friday game with Tat to the North Carolina peace officers -i opinion that the Board would remodel .
will be relieved to learn Starke buslnennmen. shock. Ernest W. Roberts. Starke; Shuford's Service lahassee. H. allowed seven hits In 1935: where he wae wanted the present Jail in courthouse ,
be black Oldsmobile "88"lee Congressman Bennett opened the Colson's Store, on old charges of housebreaking Into offices rather ;,
The truck-trailer, driven by Dies Irk New .England Station Lawtey; walked seven batters and fanned square "
often passing through conference by giving a resume of Malcolm N. Swanner, 720 E. Pearl. Brooker;; or Superintendent Morgan six. and larceny. North Carolina sentenced than removing It. Frequent requests -

"nununitles at an excessive the'many facilities still Intact at Bartow. and owned by J. E. Hill Ernest William Roberts, 61. a I may be personally contacted i Jimmy Klrby's single walk to him to a 20 to 30 year for office space are receivedby

i&TttUB rate of speed was i Blanding. stressing economy to be' and W. Serdynskl of Lakeland resident of Stark. for the past five I I M. Brown and Bobby McClure s stretch. the Boord from governmental

"tided Wednesday by Highrolmen effected by rebuilding Blanding was damaged to the extent of years: died In a hospital at Exeter,'i Local Prisoner wild pitch and Infield out gavs > Sheriff Reddish stated yesterday agencies, he said
Q. A. FlUlnglm of rather than "starting from about $75: according to patrol-I New Hampshire, following/ injuries Tallahassee two markers In the that he has wired North Carolina .
14 and Howard Collins of ..scratch" In some new location. man Flllinglm who also Investigated received in an automobile accidentnear Saws Out Of Jail ; opening Inning. authorities to determine If Cecil R. Manire :
convict. The
County They were assist- Senator Pepper! suggested Bland- this collision. The driver that city on Saturday, August Re-Arrested Friday Stark. tied the count in the Cole Is an escaped
Constable be on a "stand to the [ sheriff also sent fingerprints to Dies Of Heart AttackCecil
Melton Dukes of fog at least put was not Injured. Damage 5.The. second! on walks to Johnny Rich
learnIf
Nton Springs. by basis" pending the time when city truck was estimated a-& .o t/\n>vv. Roberta family had peen I Edgar McGee, 43-year-old Negro ard and Harold Davis, a wild pitch,, the F. B. I. In Is Washington wanted elsewhere to R. )Manire 50, resident of

'wan FUHngim stated full use could be made of the camp No charges were preferred. spending a summer vacation at I who sawed his way to freedom a Tallahassee Infield error and the negro Jacksonvlll and an employee of (.

PJ complaints relaUve tcpw Senator Holland polned out the of Exeter and Mr. Roberts IlL carpenter from the*county Jail here the night Haynes balk. The northern Youths the Seaboard Air Line RailroadCo.

were received< and that convenience and accessibility and Funeral Today by trade, had accepted temporary (of August 1, was recaptured lait champ. went ahead In the thirdon Two Bradford ., died Thursday August 10, ofa
Parents along the route Blanding location by rail. air while there. The I). Delano Thomas' triple and
I employment Friday In Inverness Sheriff P. Attend FFA Camp stroke while fishing/ In Hampton
rot atten- Hazen
White to and he also called For "Billy" on Brown's Interference
KeystoneWere highway accident occurred while he was Reddish stated this week. scored on M. Lake.
alarmed for their tion to the fine Job Starke did In the automobile an attempted and John R.
I Victim to work when at home plate on Mood C. Lewis
his
I for the Polio way McG ., held here on forgerycharge Mr. Manire! had been visitinghis
safety.J World War II In caring workman Bradford Chapter, I
fellow play. of the
driven by a visited his wife in Inverness squeeze Davis 1 brother- Cyril 'Manire of
J L brought to a halt from recreational needs of men at I "Billy" flaxen 9-year. overturned and threw Mr. \ officers M. Brown's three-bagger an Infield Future Farmers of America attended ..
James by
< and was picked up Stark., at the time of his death. '
e stlmated at between 90 Blanding through USO and other old sort of Mr. and \Mrs. James 'Roberts out. The driver stated there when apprehended. out Gene Collins' life steal < the second week of the 16th Funeral services were held

"milts per hout Wednes- groups, | Purvis Hazen of Ocala and former that the wheels locked calming ( driving her automobile while Intoxicated. of second and Jimmy HollU' single Annual Forestry Training Camp Sunday afternoon at 2:30: o'clockIn
Henderson Ft. WhIten Bennett stated I County, fell two rune In the last week.
Tallahassee
Representative residents of Bradford him to lose control of the car. I gave at Camp O'Leno the First Christian Church: of
who frequently cotn- he believed his constituents favor Wedansday nightIn born in Stat fourth. the FFA
victim to polio Mr. Roberts was During this period Starke with the pastor R.v.
between that town and Key. all out mobilization as a deterrent Tampa Municipal Hospital. The fordshire, England, on March 30, Tree West Palm Beach batters found boys were given practical forestry Roman SwIndaJl officiating assist
"Jrtts, where his wife .... and voiced symptoms of Removing Oak Btarke hurlers for eight hits
to any possible enemy child first exhibited 18R9 He came to Stark five I two instruction and participated In a ed by the Rev. H. E. Steele pastorof ; I
a endef80n. charged with hla keen Interest In universal military Illness last sunday. and the lad years ago and was engaged- The city street department Is Inn the Friday morning; came recreational program. The camp the Edgewood Christian Churchin ,

-M driving by excessive .draining which legislation he was rushed to the Tampa hospital I building and real estateHe has! thl week removing the ancient which they coupled seven walks was financed by the pulp mill, Jacksonville of which the deceased -
later released from Jail Introduced at the last session of a diagnosis of Infantile -, the with three errors to post an easy
Monday when been associated: with Carpen oak tree located on the northwest lumber mills, and turpentine operA was a member. Pall bearers
P BUtler under a ,:50 bond. Congress and believes may be that active paralysis was confirmed ter's Union sine 1912. |corner of the Madison and Walnut ll-// victory. Palm atore of the state. were: E A. Treat B. W. f.
held
within a year. He stated Funeral services will be Besides his ,wife Louie F. Roberts Street Intersection near the Ken Johnson ace West Adams C. L. Phifer.; V L. Phi- I

t Board Moves 1!. M.' T, could be another use for this afternoon (Friday) at 2 p. m.of of Starke. he is survived by s Blue Bird Grill. Beach right bander hurled JILl ai, C. S. Partin fer O. r. Todd and Bolland ),[c'I'I
Church second win In the state tourney ,
Baptist
Second ,
Blanding. the Marie E. Roberts all cf Jacksonville.
Rhoda tampuer clerk ),[ Green former member of in interment will be In daughter I. he scattered five hits, two ol'Named To Survey Cook
1'.
a an-, Ocala and Starke and a son. William Survivors Include his widow, I ,
Bond Purchases
of He
that the Affairs Committee near Hampton ? them of the scratch variety.
local i Selective the House Military Fe Cemetery two ,
Santa Lake Worth. Mrs. Stella C. \Manire sons
Board continuing C. Roberts batters compared Charles S. Partin. B. H. S. principal -
of DeWItt
five
has need fanned only
the m. bond
moved from the urged 4 p.
at Manire.
Lake held at Bradford County Cecil Fred and John Kent -
all were Thrifty Ir, Wednesday to
services:
back Funeral Park was appointed
is in charge to 17 against Avon
to
its Home
former locaWOBKtNO preparedness Funeral S34.8M three I
purchased of Jacksonville;
both
Jones Klngsley Lak buyers have to make .
in of the meet 01 six-man survey group
Belzer' Secretary graveside a
told the
the opening game
Store.1'fTLZY Senator Johns Fuller of arrangements.Besides Saturday morning at 10, worth of Series E U. S. Savings of Orange County school brother. Cyril of Starke, Thomas '
Alexander that Governor Florldai his parents the child Is Cemetery with the Father Rastattei Bonds so> tar this year. according: Tuesday night. baseball commU sites survey next' Monday. The team of Miami and Earl L.. of Panama I

a 1r\I1\ be an Warren had cooperation tendered In the survived by a sister. Ella Jane Mr. ;and his o'clock of St. Edwards Catholic Churci.officiating. ., to figures released as Department of July 31 stoner Gerald for Fair the eighth district presented educators will have the Job of reeourmeading City, and a sister, Mrs. Mae Bran- ;
wholehearted
B-day work.
t Dedan if the paternal grandparents by the Treasury the third place trophy U:I the location for a oonitroverstal nan of Jacksonville. I
Cemetery near reactivation of'Blanding Wynn of Hampton Purchases In all Florida during t Funeral arrangements were In
Leaston the Klngslej 1,000,000 Negro school
)fr. was In of Stark. aftei r
Interment Hazen
1At401t Thursday. AuC. 21. ADfIan. camp I.. needed. Lake and his maternal grandmother under the direction, the seven month period were $29- Capt. Jack Friday near Orlando. charge of DeWitt C. onel. ':
various I Lake Cemetery afternoon contest last I I plant
4 are urged to at. ,RepreaentaUvei Of the Mrs. E. M. Hazen of C. Jones. 833,422. the report showed. the
bring necessary tools for chambers of commerce <>lredW' of DeWItt
f. Brooker.
at 4 basket lunch will be assistance of their organizations I .

Doon. when and if needed.

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PAGE EIGHT -o.nav.erbruTwrvTrrr.rnn'tPrtSTABKE.P1.ORIDA!: : FRIDAY, ,,\tGtS1'
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Truck PurchasedBy go training and drill under the fleers Is the third the Govenror has summer. We hope to have these --..-
Fire National ,Guardsmen.
supervision of Chief Jones and written this year three back with us before long.

City Of BrookerAnother Fire Chief Plckett and AsslatantChief Fare Well At Camp Jacksonby On February 22, he told them and hope to keep the new ones we Can You Depend On YourWATCH

Carpenter of the Starke tersely "you are directed to use have gained. Our attendance per-

stop forward for the Fire Department, who have beenso Drew RMldlsh the full power of your office to centage Is better than It Is In most '

Town of Brooker wa announced kind as to offer their assistance. Wake up folks, we're home The weather was exceptionally enforce strictly all laws, particularly of the large churches according to .

this week with the purchase from "We are highly pleased to ob These five words were expressed kind to the National Guardsmen the laws against gambling" the records. We do not take the \ ?
i the City of Quincy of a lined A- tain this excellent piece of equip- credit for this, we give God the
attending the annual ;
Inside all 67 National Oaurdsmen encampmentat On March 9, he asked them Individually -
merlcan-La France, Type 75, 730 ment at a very reasonable price, Fort Jackson, S. C. praise for answering our prayers,
embarked for a two-
as they from the train to submit him a report, When you make
rations per minute fire truck. and will be able to the for it is through His power these an appointment
soon assure
week period ending last Saturday. for
5:45 M. efforts
at : A. Sunday morning. Nc I 1 of the of your office to a
Mayor Hewlltt S. Anderson, accompanied citizens of Brooker of the fire cheers for Fort Jackson were Most of the time the :weather remained (enforce the law, particularly the people are led to come to church. time-ARE YOU THERE ON TI tart

by Town Councilman protection which has been so audible at the moment, or for a cool enough at night for laws against gambling." They all We attended prayer meeting at I 1E?
L. A, Mutt, and newly appointedFltp. greatly needed for many Long Branch last Thursday night '
many good white after. blankets, with the exception of reported there was"no more gam-:, If your watch is right' you are on time
Chief Victor Jones, journeyed out ML.are .
years, Mayor Anderson said. Despite what has been said, the two nights the first week.. The I bUng In tthelr counties er districts. There was a large congregation always on time by having sure
to Quincy Monday, inspected "Since the organization of the three considering the church la so far your watch !
In the field
days serviced
Gaurdsmen did have a successful were somewhat .
; all work is a
Jhe truck, and completed negotiations Brooker town government last, encampment. It seemed as though warmer than the rest of the l 1 back In the woods. We estimated I fully guaranteed by expert, reaSQnab

for Its purchase and deli March we have secured telephone they knew what had to be done stay, but on the last night (In the Since has then been, the State's gabblingpicture time there were about 00 present, andas sponsible watchmakers! ,

very on August 8. service and bus service, and now middle of an spotlighted a usual thing people do not I
all-night
and did it (with a title encouragement problem))
Mayor Anderson states that a another milestone in the progressof from let Sergeant Drake.; )) the weather turned distinctly'and IIOU8 again daily newspapers by disclosures and of the var-U., seem interested in prayer meeting Harley F: Strong Jewel

volunteer fire department la being our community has been reached Credit for so much of the success chilly. ''S, Senate's Kefauver Interstate ,

organized and will soon under- ," Mayor Anderson commented. must be gCven the cooks. It Training the Starhe's Leading Jewelers
)i WaFI on whole was more I Crime Investigation Committee. Since! }I''J41

.- .I unanimously l agreed that the food productive than last year's. The I Sheriff Walter Clark of Brows Keystone Heights 137 W.ent Call St.
a. could<. not be.,.complained about members of the local company I fO.tarkp,FI,
County was after he
The oldtlmers who had attendedall were functioning for the first time I'admitted to suspended the Kefauver Com By Kay Beall e

three encampments stated that as members of a huge team In combat
mittee that he had been
C i the mess was better this than and a partnerIn
t year many mistakes
fi5 were
;. a t>ollta and slot machine'' con The newest addition to Key
under the skilled direction of made. But when
STARKE, FLA. the second cern. stone's professional family, Dr. O
any previous one. Several times chance came along, the
necessary
dental
L. his
Haynes opened prac-
\ Prompt FREE Delivery Sergeant First Class Theodore J. corrections were made. Enzor and Other Canes
tice In his office on the
U Goodge, the mess hall attained the The Importance of field communications I Sheriff II. Isle Enzor and two Saturday Build,
Convenient Terms second floor of the McKay
title of the best the regiment was stressed and the+I constables were suspended after ing. His patients will agree that
Fried chicken came three and four radio and wire team turned 1 in the Tampa Tribune reported gambling
Dr. Haynes' skill and affable manner 0
times a week. exceptionally good performancesas r casinos still were operating mark him as welcome asset
a
The weather this year came as time and time again they Were In Okalooaa County despite the to the community. As has been .
a delightful surprise.! With the called upon to furnish. tact they had been
:;-JK' Red! Rock Maple the only put on probation previously announced Dr. Hayne .I
days ten to twenty'degrees cooler means of communication. by the Governor after July 7 r t
159.95 will be In Keystone Heights two
LIVING ROOM SUIT r
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the nights enough In a dawn attack hearing. His suspension .order s e '
problem, the days a week, Saturdays and Mondays t
wool blankets, we could not complain Ammunition and Pioneer came without a second hearing.
3-pc. BlondeDINING Platoon and appointments can be
much. It rained seldom but saved the day for the :weapons Sheriff Ralph Witt of Columbia made through Miss Kay Beall! e'F
ROOM SUIT - 205.00See when It decided to.It always gaveus company from County and Sheriff
Leesburg.. Doubt P. A. Meroof phone 2531, any time during the
a good one. ing.tor-Engineer., they provideda Seminole were exonerated after 'week. 1 c .,Y ts'II.'Y ",I'StM
Our NEW PATTERNS in 12-foot-wide In comparislon to the other companies >crossing expedient when the boy the Governor called them anda

Linoleum and around us we had a few from H. Company came upon a constable from each county up Episcopalians of Keystone and ,. 4:! '52,95C 5

Armstrong Congoleum.ATTENTION Ma
e,
comforts of home. 'There were boggy intermittent stream. Work- for hearing Both of those hearings outlying districts will{ be happy to ro :
several radio. in the area and we hear that the Rev. Fred Yerkesof 1 \r
Ing like fury, they built a corduroy came after reported gambling C 14 \0 1Aara1. "..1.
made good use of them. A P. A. road in time to avoid holding I operations in the. two count Melrose will hold a 9- e Thrbu \0 G, co\O tiar.0 o.. ...

system ,was mounted In a tree the advance of the desperately up ies. worship service Sunday morning !In Nt.1ocd 6 6hte \\o\e\t. of yilsi l
W
with the microphone near a radio needed heavy the office of Miss Kate Mansfield ; u eei
weapon. This rturniaght'. reWdinR vaagewo
so we had music almost all the platoon is led In the McElvey Building. The time and ;
by Lt. Edward B 'Stars In n4etlu. Beach Il\d\al\
time. We had My Crown'At and of these Is \ 1\1&
even a haircutting| Klssam, a new. officer'In the local' place meetings and 1AamemnO. ovetllal
shop set with Otis Crawford of Florida subject to oabtaltOu. \
up company. ,. Sunday change.Colonel cora 1 ,,01' 2-daY lyreltl
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSWe Lawtey doing the work. The mall The Intelligence and Mrs. John MacDow- 1. ; via K" eat an ,.\\th "
Ci\Y
Section which .rsY lelw A
situation was excellent in most -by the "Stars In My Crown", new MOM ell recently moved Into the cottage to '"

would like to know of any worthy boy who will case. with Cpl. Jack Eaves run- probably had way more-needs fun more s than men drama playing Sunday and on Lakevlew Drive owned by Dr.J. .I 4. toUrer and luctr. roll fouR DIP*R1

ning away with honors In thatdepartment. any Monday at the Florida Theartre,, Ralph Neale. dn .a.toe
of the .. rs g1M
be unable to continue high school work in September, others whll, at c mf Th.. tau US
due to unfortunate circumstances. were called upon to--- --"'-r'J stars Joel MsCrea with a cast of Richard Clapp, scheduled to be per UNO.
funliah.AII"
The training program was in favorites in the 0"-1,0
gressor Teams to action-tilled story a University of Florida junior this
act as
Please write if you know one who deserves and tense. Living quarter. were large The real enemy could not enemy have I of a two-fisted parson whose whisper fall, left Keystone Heights last ,

needs help, and is of good character. tents pitched over concrete floors. been more versatile, than Sgt. spoke louder than six guns, Thursday to join Inactive duty inthe' 'F s1y'7t .-k-
The whole program was character. McCrea, Marines.
Billy Smith's inseparably associated
Box 43MVI ized by realistic conditions. As green-clad ghosts
who were here one with outdoor roles plays the Civil We wish 'pleasant vacations tc
soon as we hit the different moment and GO BY
sections of the camp over there tits next. Local citizens War cavalryman turned preacher,,I the following folks now staying CREYHOUN!
company swung into are warned not to become alarmed who brings law and order, love the White Feather Court: Mr. and

action. There was very little if they see "foreign soldiers" In and laughter to a small Southern I Mrs. George West and family of

TRANSFER wasted motion and most of us were town on Wednesday nights. It community.- Appearing opposite Jacksonville; Mr: and Mrs. E. M. North Temple Avenue Telephone 147-J Steele,
O.ALVAREZ&SON COD able to grab a the first
day. the
STORAGE nap will probably be Sergeant star is Ellen Drew who por- Sweetman of Greensboro; N. C.;
The whole first week was spent In Smith or' trays the and I\.lMtrm\ le Elr.r D vU mm* taI trews! -- M... Wr4.. mi4 Frl. .7r
one of the other men in the Intel- unsung heroine, the Mr. and Mrs. B. 1* Morris of
a. classes mostly with one tactical llgence Section. housewife and the gentle power be- Jacksonville, all'of whom will be CT. W PDa. eee .a rs mr dial.
We local problem In the field The
operate .Second | hind
The .local organization stll many a man's success. As with us for two weeks. Mrs. B
-SS week climaxed the entire encamp. their little 'ward -
& long (distance ment with a three day and three needs more men., The National who contributes Brannan Mrs. E. Long? Mrs
much of the
anywhere la U. S. hlght bivouac about nine miles out Guard provide an opportunity is laughter to the story, Brown. Mrs. E. McCIaskey and
Dean
in that cannot be overlooked. Young Stockwell, popular juve their families are enjoying one-
the woods and hills. Problems
EXCELLENT men may begin their training while nile star who recently scored in week vacations.
were run. each day with an all "The Secret Garden." Robbing Midsummer Sale Is Still On!
night problem to end the bivouac. remaining at home. This is def. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruscher
SS
STORAGE TThroughout all of the tactical initely to be. preferred over service An outstanding supporting cast have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.

FACILITIES training personnel of the intelligence in the regular components for features Alan Hale and Lewis Jamee Foley of Teacheck, N. J.,

section acted as enemies'to I I those who have businesses and Stone. for the month of August. Mian! BOYS'Sport

Agents For give the 'other-Interests to consider Cap. Sarah Mansfield Is spending 10
training a more_.real Is tic
DeIcher twang On the return\ to camp tain Ingram warns, however thata Registration Books days with her mother, Mrs. Stacey Shirts

See us first! the men were paid after which a man should be prepared to leave Close Mansfield Mr. and Mrs, James C. ,
home If necessary, before August 12 Houser and .
James
Bros. parade was given in honor of h. join son of Jacksonville WERE NOW
Governors Warren and Talmadge.We the National Guard. .Remember For City ElectionCity recently visited with Miss
the motto of the National Guard Gertrude Houser.. 2.98
were told. that we would - 1.99
have to ride day coaches home instead and let's fill the local organizar registration books close at We are all glad to see that Mrs.

of Pullman. It teemed that tlon. THE NATIONAL GUARD 5 P. M. Saturday, August 12. All Messier Is up and about after a 2.45, 198 '

all the Pullmans were being used DEFENDS AMERICA.!: new voters who wish to qualify for month's bout with illness. :5

to transport troops to the west the City Election 'on Tuesday & 1.79 .- 1.49 ?i. .

coast. However, the whole company Governor Warns Sept. 12, must register before the .. /ifMEN'S'LONG-.*-.< .;
CUT ...
t ,deadline. .,"
KOGJTS( DRUGS seemed pleased to ride on All State SheriffsTo MAGNOLIAFISH .49--------- 99. < .

RATE day coaches. In fact, we would Three members of the City -

have ridden cattle cars to come Nab Gamblers :Council will be elected In SeotemDer "
SLE
{I home rather than the moat luxurious and the qualifying deadline

JUST ARRIVED! Pullman anywhere else. Governor Warren has ut all for canlddates la' at 12 noon on

BEAUTIFUL, Amid good byes of -"See you in I Florida sheriffs and constables on Tuesday, August 22.. a Sport Shir S Sn
thirty days" we arrived home tan notice that, they have 30 days to KC5J l

New Line Of Stationery35c unawakened Starke and .we stop gambling In their counties Post 56 Thanks k
or face
were plenty glad to see it. suspension without hear'
tags for neglect of duty. Public For Supportcontinued F'onnerlyNICE

Teachers To Begin The governor again sen out Individual MARKET S.9J A 4.85:

to 1.50Tall personally signed letter. ( from page one)
Sot I:. Call St.
Pre-School to
NOW29J
Session each of Florida's 07 sheriffs and I sincerely regret the manner in

Next MondayThe 189 constables directing them to which the Saturday night game Open All Day Thursday

Green GLASSES, ea. 15c enforce"If the gambling laws. ended especially in view of the

102 teachers employed 1 In after 30 days from this fact that the Junior Legion Baseball I Special Prlew to Churche, dubs,

Etched Beverage GLASSES 15c Bradford County schools will begin date to wit after September 8, Program. Is designed to teach tc. Let os
supply for
: ea. UIIO, I find that the you Bar-B-
two weeks of gambling laws sportsmanship and .
pre-school planning Americanism. q I Fish F.....We have
are not paper plates,
FREE! 49c Tube Prell Shampoo! FREE! BHS Monday for three when day.they of gather work together at county or being district.enforced I will in presume your boys I am played proud good of the hard. fact hitting that and our I ispklns, forks tt spoons. ..... ItS

With Purchase Of 1 Reg. Sz. PI1eIl at . . 79e u a county unit. The re that you are guilty of neglect of clean games and that each of them I f.

mainder of the period ,will be duty In office and an order of sues conducted themselves as gentlemen

FREE! 49c Jar Shasta Shampoo! FREE! spent by the teachers in their respective pension" he will be made without hear ,at all tlmeaBy SELEcTION LADIES' SZ. 9-52

.With Purchase Of 1 Ret;. Sz. Shasta at . . 79c schools Ing He said. the time this letter I* printedwe
Mrs Jessie Young county supervisor told them however, that hope to be well on the toward
way Dresses !
Pokey Pig Bank Full Of Bubble Bath 89c light of,the announce. that a high not"this under does duty not mean to enforce that the you laws are 'r capturing the State Junior - still on sale at 3
Monday Legion
morning Baseball
session against Title In the State
TRI-SET (Pen Pencil Ball Point) .98ci will be the Introduction of 30 gambling during the next Tournament at Wauchula.
civic leaders members of the days. It means that I will not With kind regards I am
various city and suspend any sheriff or constable
county govern Sincerely,,yours .

&ing._,_;_bodies&.u _and.other officials whzero hearing.before "September 8, without a A. J.. Thomas, Jr., SERVICEla >

Vacation Special the teacher.peen invited and tell to meet .:wIth Cites Grounds Post Commander, .. "Back to School.

I thing of the work being them carted some on The governor reminded the off l ...................... Clothing For

Panda Camera In the community through their cers that neglect of duty Is one-of .
department the six grounds on which he may LONG BRANCH this five pharmacy, .
auspend them from each prescription is corn- .
Curriculum revision will be the office. Boys & Girls :
H
pounded skilled
by
a
$4.54 main topic of discussion during "Neglect to enforce the laws By Mrs. J. L. StrlckUad istered Pharmacist. Reg-And
the session, Mrs. against gambling constitutes
Young said. neg each
beet of duty In office compounding step is .
Following and
the therefore
With Four Rolls two-week pre Mrs. Sam Bowens died very double-checked to avoid
is a
planning period. all county schools aid. cause for suspension," he suddenly July 28 at her.home at the possibility of error.

FILM FREE! will be open for the lH9- O term Marietta Fla She was,well Only fresh, potent drags
L ... To be until -
on sure that See Dressti\\
Monday. no Bobbins of
:-- August 28. without suspension time of death. Burial was In are nted. Ample stocks Fine Selection
hearing to made "upon 1 le Long Branch cemetery. She leaves assure promptness and

2 Qt. Refrigerator Bottles e . 35c W.C.T.U."PEOPLE gally he MIl unsound ask Attorney evidence General," he Rich said her relatives husband and, friends Sam, and to other near precision..Why entry as? Dungarees, Shoes, Shirts, Pants, etc.
mourn her
and Ervln and his staff to '
exam departure. She was a cousin toY ;iI o Q teQrd
ine and
Round Plastic Refrigerator Dishes 39c pass upon the admiaelbuit
!: TALK ABOUT THE and Mrs. Elgin: Padgett of day Hill DRUGS
legal :
RIGHT TO DRINK LIQUOR sufficiency of all evi Mrs. Padgett and Mrs. Moore PRESCRIPTIONS
attended -
"Meet Me At Koch'srBring WHAT ABOUT THE RIGHT TO dence submitted. I the funeral. Temple Ave. Ph. n Starke-
"The
BB SAFE ON THE: STREETS: constitution also Provid Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson returned

WHAT ABOUT THE: RIGHT OF that a suspended official may be home from the hospital Sundar af
reinstated ROBBINThe
llII) 'tlrnoNi! CHILDREN TO HAVE FOOD I, by the Governor upon ternoon. She will not be able to
AND CLOTHIWf TTTTT satisfactory evidence that the do work for
any some
time
us your next prescription and experience ,JOY ELMER: MORGAN.EDITOR I cause or causes for which be was extra exertion will cause spasmsof as any ..9 .

, for yourself the dependable, acs JOURNAL OF NATIONAL ,suspended untrue," he said. the spine. *

< ,etrleateeletsmar1e1a1.laatMaaefliptiwt aefaliee EDUCATION ASS'N.FREE | Therefore, any sheriff or constable Little Nellie Lang 1 la afflicted Store of Values
who. .be
a.t liar tttrVa iitadil ........"*. jq ay. fctfc.rsa.Ys.oYa,sr rs,....Re,. .
je"af *
JsBMtt tar
mugp.ig tat! ... ...... auXOssr ..... as KM .
f leading drug store. filly 16 entorce The gangling laws a_
after right JawShe is just three years
September 6,
wilt have an old so this Is pretty severe for one
For Prompt FREE Remcral opportunity a later date tc so young.Our .

of Dead prove that he was not guilty of Sunday School at the Ft.MARLINFAcTORYSEftV1c
Crippled, &: Worth the neglect duty for Mission -
less Cattle Horses was which tie Station ls holding up excel- E Flor*
suspended.
Mules
lently. We have 20
enrolled and
PU DRUG STORE &: Hogs Twe Suspended Rocrvtly had 10 present last Sunday. Two

Call 132 StarkeWE Governor Warren In the past !were visitors, but .see hope they GUARANTEED REPAIRS
month has :
,
K 0 suspended two sheriffs
: wtU be In regular attendance In

11 FREE DELIVERY ALWAYS COME I and enforce two the constables gambling for laws failure to the future. Three of our members Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks. Jewelry, Pens, Llghters-

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and ex are gone away for the
Phone 53 Starke FLu Florida summer 'Your Printed
,. Renderers, two onerated other two other sheriffs and It seems They are Lorene Fields Factory Guarantee. Just Like Money To Mt"RllY !

INC. constables After hear D. B. and Clarence Lang. Lorene

kegs on gambling charges. U taking care of her sister Mrs. Marlin

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gently Suspended By Council BRADFORD'COUNTYTELEGRAPHOfficial : >


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,,.? council met in regular County Publication Established In 1879
night with the fol->> ; Patrolman Recaptures -
TUesday
Jam" L- .
present: Escaped Life
members TermerRobert
P. L. Bridge. IF. SEVENTY-TO: : 'o -----J
L Chairman HXAKKK, FLOKIDA. FKIUAY: A I/OUST 18, 1030 .... NUMBEH FIVE

BIShOP, Jr L. O. Hazen Lee Kemp, 24-year-old ___ _u_ n.u_________ u .____________ ____._ =". ---=__==-= _.__.... __ -_ '__ _._ -_ _._. .. _.. __ __--=-
,lIsm" lack on.n Negro life-termer who escaped New "Hotel" For
made by P. L. from Road( Camp No. 28 Sheriff Reddish's "Guests"
was W. E. near ..'. Construction
Gainesville
tbat Chief' of police last .Friday morning, Of$66,760Jail
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be permanently suspend- was recaptured early Saturday -

n was seconded by WU- as he walked along Us 301 a mile '

lion Jackson and motion car- north of Starke by Highway Pa- ""'r'.. .:. \ *""... Will April
trohnan Q. A. : : 1 Completed By
vote. Fllllngim, who *3S'.2"lK''irsilv :: ;
$ rec- .. .
unanimous '. :
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foUowlng Resolution WIUas ; ognlzed him from a description .'Io.:,; ,,",- .. ; *' ., .'.. h< ,' ,..., ,, I
:broadcast over the Highway Pa- c:'" < .J_ ...v...;...'1',. 3> -- -
trol radio 1! ..... ...... .
*r the City Council of network. kiJibI; '.tJ'' ;. IIL < hili 1to'r;;:;=-1IM' Work Begun This Week On .
I"Florida, has been. advised\ Kemp was sentenced to life Imprisonment ; .ild..J".1 ; C.R: :\ 4'" Legion Nine
4" ::
Jlonorable J. R. Wain. : at Miami In 1949 for .,. --,,:," .. H' ...;)'. ,,: 1 .:": : '" ,;==- New County Lock-Up;
of the City ofthat rape. When apprehended Saturday '.... "- ; : ;
)Mayor .; t t7 ; p, ""' Laborers Needed
f'u\ : : 't'- '.
and morning Kemp )W.
carried .
/, Jie )has suspended buckshot t <0,<' '' .' "" ',.. .' s. '..A. Places Third
of E. Thornton as Chief wounds. In his shoulder, and I >. ";;;; i'=.ti ". : 1 '
the City of Starke, hip. 'I. 'II',#' dD }; :i'S Construction began this week on Bradford County's
of % '
CI August 15. 1950 and S w' .... 'II \' .... ... ;.i; .blWl'l'..' :-I't"k ; w In State TourneyCoach ultra modern $66,760 jail. The new county calaboose is being''

cu, said notification of No Present Plans .,-.1'1. ... ... 1Wt: ....,.w.-l. !"'" ....... erected on the southwest corner of the Pratt and Broadway
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reads I" 'J'
*-ion and removal i .. .. < .. ( l' '15;" -.., .... .. ,..I\\: I ,' ,. Street intersection opposite the city playground, and; is
WI; !t' '._If.. "r-1. Herb Thomas and his I I expected to be in shape to accommodate local lawbreakers by
15, 1950orable ..,. I J', :- Starke Junior I\
August For Blanding S_. . American Legion t, April. ,
S. S 5;L:5 2 ,". ;;'i-: ..... .,.r:;." :.'. -i ......-..."."..! --w-7. ; ;; Baseball Team returned to Starke The site was formerly occupied- bv the countv'a first.-jail.
Member of th "w_,_ } ,r": :; r<' late last Friday night bringing erected shortly after 1861 but

uDell of the City of Starke, Delegation Told"Camp Pictured above Is the architect's conception of the new J66.760 Bradford County Jail designed by with them the trophy for third County Teachers Meet abandoned in 1910 when the
James place In the Junior
Legion Baseball
Gamble -
Rogers II, Winter Haven architect. Work began this' Week on the structure, located at present jail was erected on i
en'iJ : I, the Intersection of Pratt and Broadway Streets. state tournament held in At BHS This WeekThe courthouse square.. The ancient ,'
that I Wauchula ,
to notify you pur. The last week. Local fanshave
unanimous recom- Blanding Is far from two-story cement block prison will be 60 feet eight Inches wleS. by SI feet four Inches' deep. The reason to be proud of the' stchool teachers of Bradford brick pile was demolished -
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your and the authority con.upon being out of consideration and In front entrance opens Into a hall, with a large office on the left and .the stairway to the upper floor to I Starke club placing third In County are meeting BHS this and cleared away last week

30 me as the Mayor off the event of any expansion in the the right, Further back the entrance hall merges with a hall runnlng'at right angle the width of the Florida where approximately week to plan their programs for without monetary cost by the

Starke, I have *us- armed forces beyond the present It building where Is found the violent cell, kitchen, boiler and utility room}and the two bedrooms and living eighty-five! Junior Legion ball the coming 'school year. With county's road maintenancecrew.

I and removed W. E.hn will receive" most serious consideration r ora of the Jailor's quarters. There are two bathrooms; on the first floor. clubs participated In the Legion an ever Increasing number of pupils -

a> Chief of Police of Brig: General W. L. Barrl- Upstairs Is located the white women's cell block and sanitary facilities, a similar block for colored baseball'program this year. enrolling the problem arisingare The Board of County CommU-.

of Starke, affective Tues- ger.the Chief of General the Service Divisionof women (with a solid wall between), a hospital cell for sick prisoners,whjte! men's day room and cell block The tourney got under way officially many and the local county loners, responsible under the law
Army
15, for gross misoon- Staff, told a and a colored men's day room and cell block. The two latter teachers association Is fortunatein
sections the with
igrot conference In the occupy major portion of the sec. a big Ford Motor for providing Jail facilities, auth-
office, willful neglect of Pentagon BuildIng ond floor A guard corridor encircles all cell blocks Company having Mrs: Dorothy Phlppa
i iill making It Impossible for prisoners to reach the.windows. banquet Monday nightof
orized
at the
duty and for malfead Washington D. C., Tuesday last week of the Board Directors of the new structure when it
< with all the team
misfeasance In office. morning. Normal capacity of the new Jail will be 22 prisoners, but more.may be safely confined! when necessary :- and visiting Legion' dignitaries a* Florida Education Association, waa apparent that the present
D. E.!: Williams of the State -
Arranged Department
Yours. very truly by Representative The present JaU holds only 16 prisoners un tier usual circumstances. guests. A crowd of 150 were fed jail, condemned a* unsafe and inadequate :

J. R. Wainwright Charles E. Bennett of Florida's P. D. Reddish Is County Sheriff and Cecil Sewell Is Jailor. an excellent rtlnn.r_ -In-. th--..-. w... _..-.- of Educatlorn of Florida, State and University Dr- by the State, could not
second Swearengen
of the City of Starke.n Congressional District the chula high school cafeteria. State be
)j-or remodelled and modernized
at
conference meet with them In the discussion -
subscribed before was attended by Senator Chairman
and j jStarke W. A. Hardaker, of
n
: Florida, this 15th Claude Pepper, Senator Spes- Police Patrol Baptist RevivalAt Lakeland, was in charge and had of their problems a figure substantially. ',less than
JAagust, 1930Hutto !sard I* Holland and a representa.tive Car 4CO FreeholdersSign an interesting program arranged This year many of the problems the cost of a new prison plant.

Kinney Notary ] of senator-elect George New RiverA which included addresses by State facing: the teachers are. not of the The Board awarded the $43,000

Smathers. Legion Commander Donald K. common classroom variety, Be-J contract for the building to Jack

II, The City Council of Under Secretary of War Archibald Heavily.D'amaged week of revival services will PetitionCounty Carroll, of Jacksonville; Carl Mc- causes of the shortage of classroom Culpepper of Tallahassee\ while Uw ,

f of Starke, has carefully Alexander. In whose office the begin Monday night August 21, at OaflTIn Detroit, in charge of the many teachers are wandering *, 123,260 contract for furnishingand )

ed laid suspension and re- conference was held, expressed the New River Missionary Baptist Legion program for the Ford where their classes: are going to I Installing) the prison equip-

Lnd Is of the opinion thatW. himself aa being deeply impressedwith The city's police patrol panel Church: the Rev. Truby Parrlah,, Superintendent of Public Motor Company; H. A. Schubleger be held. Also many of the Coun- ment (cell, steel work, etc.,)

E. Thornton should ber the "sense of unanlmlnlty"voiced truck sustained damage estimatedat pastor, announced Wednesday.I Instruction Harmon p Morgansaid President of the Florida High ty's school buildings are suffering went to the Manly: Jail Works, I

the offenses set out'i Inc by the Florida delegation $400 and Chief of Police W. E. Services begin each night at C yesterday that petitions now School Athletic Association; Nation from old age and show It In their Daltosf. Qa. Both contractorswere

i of Suspension and Re- concerning Camp Blanding and Thornton and policeman Bert o'clock, and the revival will close being *! Executive Committeeman leaky roofs and decaying walls. low bidders for the respective -
also his appreciation for the Johns were hospitalized as a result with dinner on the grounds after circulated authorizing' a Meads Wilson. of Mulberry : Doing the best with what I* available contract and both special

I therefore be It resolvedCity pledges of cooperation and goodwill of two collisions occurring the morning service Sunday, Aug. $400,000 school bond election,. ares Black, eighth district commander; Hoy, I I* no longer practical and In ise' In Jail construction and equipping I

Council of the City brought by civic leaders from Sunday afternoon within 45 minutes 27. esting with a favorable response. together with Bobby Hicks, Tampa some Instance impossible. The contract were formally -

}ke, In regular session as- Starke Jacksonville St. Augustine of each other For this revival the church''has ''Mr. Morgan estimated that a- Tribune sports writer and other In compliance e with the State signed July 8 and specify that

I and Keystone Heights. S The first accident happened at secured the services of the Rev. bout 400 freeholders had signed the sports reporters Department of Education all of the completion date shall not be

t W. E. Thornton be i Any future use of Camp Bland- 2:30: p. m. when an auto driven by ,J. F. (Fred) Green of Jacksonville petitions to date, The law provIdes Long overdue the) teachers In the county hold later than next April 3.
rains wrecked
the
the City Council of the 'Ing i will be determined by the Mrs. Katie Nell Pinkard of Thom- well known minister and outstanding that 211'percent of the qualified original schedule of the tourna Rank III (college degrees) certificates Financially the new county prison -

tfore' on the charges filed needs !,the'\ national defense prograii4 aston, Ga., traveling east on Madison speaker. The public is freeholders in a county must ment. As of Wednesady or higher. Several teachers will rest lightly upon the shout
by Mayor of the City ; 'the1', .delegation was told, St. en route to Daytona cordially invited to attend all of sign petitions asking that the election out of four scheduled nightthree have entered the system this ;year der of the taxpayer because the

C 1C. and Jts yet that it is an undetermined struck .the city patrol truck a the services., **. be held., It Is estimated that had been rained out. An all-time games to replace those who did not. hold Board has most of the money, about -

.nt Tuesday, August 22 factor., The Army's policy glancing blow as Chief Thornton *S i there are approximately 2,200 reg- record was set for Wauchula base- proper: ,certificates. ."0,000, already on bandsaved -

t o'clock P, M. at the will. be to use currently operating accompanied by policeman Johns lalfrred" freeholders in this county. b*U._'whn crowd of New.;'teachers In the county from prior year To
a 900)
all,, In the City of Stark camps insofar as" they meet "the entered MAdlson St. from 'West Roberts Qualifies Hfwrefor around 600( must stgt!; *9 .people .Jammed, the grandstandand over. sohool,..r:;:-t.m. are: dP.., Oowen, pay' th*,.$26,760 balancetn

| It Is hereby fixed a*, the requirements) _of the defense Pl'o-I moreland St.Highway petitions before* the. electlonoan extra bleachers Tuesday ctence$,ln Bradford high; At'"A.Payne 'Board. "' Wfyiout.. taoreaslnjr' th*.

I i time and the place for gram and then begin reaching Patrolman Q. A. Fllllngim be called. night for the West Palm Beach- commercial courses, In total millage, provided a 1.73 mill

dW. E. Thornton to appear reactivating those that have been who Investigated the accident In CouncilRace' The law, also porvldes that In Avon Perk game. In this, the Bradford high; H. B. Ingram, levy in the 1050-81 budget which

the City Council of the City more or less abandoned as tehy stated that both parties order'for. .. the election to be valid only game played through Wed- English, In Bradford high; Harold which will produce approximately
ie are needed Alexandersaid. were at fault as Mrs. Plnkard was at last GO-- Hotelwood' ,'.athletics and social
and file his answer toirgw. Secretary percent of the registered nesday night West Palm Beach I7.00O by next April leaving
General Barrlger added that exceeding the speed limit and the With the qualifying deadline but freeholders must cast a ballot overpowered Avon Park 11-4. studies, In Bradford high: Mrs. thereafter about 919 OOO unpaid

at I a certified copy-of this all such Installations are under city vehicle failed to yield right- four days away, only one aspiranthas and a majority of those voting Starke Lucille Payne, Starke elementary; and for which the >contractorshave
took
log be sent Special Dellv- constant study by the Departmentof of-way. No one was hurt In this thus far tossed his hat into the must favor the Issue if It Is to be Its first tournamentgame and Mrs. Claire Parker, Brooker agreed to accept non-Inter

Sirtered Mail, return receipted the Army.Tuesday's accident but damage to Mrs. Plnkard's city council race signifying his: authorized. day morning against to Tallahassee the tune of Thurs-10-4 school. est bearing certificate of Indebtedness. .

to the said W. B.m conference was also automobile was estimatedat desire to unseat one of the three "Education'for the children of with little trouble. 4 The Board will pay off ,

attended by Brig. General D. A.dgen. |250 while damage to the police Incumbents seeking re-election Bradford County Is being threatened northern area champions.Starke. battered, the Burglar Tools, Gun the certificate within three year
above foregoing resolution Chief of the truck was placed at $100. No September 12 for two year by overcrowded by
Organizationand charges were preferred.The conditions. Donald Hollls and Donald Brown Land Negro In Jail continuing the 1.73 mlU Jail
traduced by Councilman P. Training: Division, Brig. Gen- terms. This statement was made recentlyby for 11 hits. levy during that period It I is ex

gt'l and was unanimously eral Mile Reber of the Legislative second and most serious State Representative J. P. Rob- a spokesman for the School Jack Driving' without lights possession pected. The Board has added approximately -

f by the City Council,at a Liaison Division and Col. C. accident occurred 45 minutes later erts Tuesday paid his $18 qualifying Board In explaining the necessityof scattered Hazen the winning pitcher of burglar tool., and carryinga $3,000: to the above

] meeting held on Tuesday. Rodney Smith, Executive Secre- when the police vehicle,' still in fee to run against council- a bond Issue at this time. The eight hits and struck concealed revolver landed Clarence figure to care for unforeseen

I 15, at which all membersCity tary to Alexander.The running condition and driven by men Lucian Hazen U. AJ; (Buddy) overall attendance In the county out winners'nine. Larry Redden led the Walter Cole. Sft-Vea'r-old' emergencies that might arl...

Council were present Florida delegation 'Included Chief Thornton accompanied by Bishop Jr., and James A. Lewis, schools Is Increasing at the rate which attack with two"doubles Negro In the county lock-up Tues Both contractor are bonded for

pting. former congressman Lex Green Johns, was rolling: east on Lafayette all previously pualifled. I of approximately 100 students per drove In four runs. day. The Negro driving a 1937 an amount equal to the value of

James A. Lewis. and State Senator Charley E. St. At the intersectionwith Registration of voters ended last year. In addition to needed new In last Friday's) games West Chevrolet was arrested( duringthe their contracts to perform the

lent of the City Council. Johns of Starke; William S. South Walnut St. (highway Saturday with about 85: new construction, it .was pointed out Palm Beach trimmed the Starke hours of ,darkness Tuesday term of the agreement by-April

3ty Council Johnson, executive secretary of 301)) the police car's brakes failedto names on the books. The council that many of the county's schools team 11-0 In the morning game, mornlpg by city policeman Billy 3.
set the time at hold and the vehicle rolled onto are In serious condition' because and Tallahassee moved! Into the Overstreet and turned to \
1 o'clock the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce removed S3 deceased and removed a over Clerk of the Circuit '
Court A.
P. M. August 22, the busy highway In the path of! of neglect of vital championship round beating Sheriff P.. D. Reddish
!MO, for fur- ; ET. L. Matthews, presidentof persons from the list this week repairs which on suspi J. Thomas, who I Is also secretary
hearing any a southbound truck and trailer Starke 7-3 In the
afternoon
were defered the con- cion.
the Starke Chamber of Commerce during depression -
-
' leaving 1,500 to the
'niplaints approximately qualified commissioners, released the
from owners or] which struck the police truck In test. These two loimcs.
of( any Real Estate or Per- ; E. S. McKay and Larry the side and threw It against a voter. on the city's books and war years. northern droppedthe Available records show the man detail on the new Jail this week
champs
''raperty values on the 1950 Walrath of Keystone Heights; Lee tree and an electric pole on the eligible to cast ballots in next Virtually every school In the double elimination from the was first sentenced to a. year In and stated that "our new county

i1. Hoarty. executive secretary of the corner of the Intersection. month's election. county will' benefit' from the construction meet. Ralford from this county in 1917 Jail will Incorporate the latest developments -
St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce Additional candidate. for the and rehabilitation program As stated by Bobby Hicks and was sent up again for two In design and equipment -

der ; Ralph' Licker, representing Chief Thornton was given emergency three council seats, which are the which will get under way If sport writer for the Tampa Tribune years In 1921, both time on and will be one of the finest

Apprehended; senator-elect Geo. Smathers; Senator treatment for cuts and onlny city posts to be filled this freeholders authorize the proposed f Coach Herb, Thomas charges of breaking and entering.He small county jails in the State."

''fied Four Towns Holland's executive secretary, possible internal chest injuries year have until noon Tuesday to bond Issue In a special election tc young Starke club Just ran out escaped prison In 1922 but was The building contractor brought

Ralph Davis; and C. H. Nas- locally and removed to a Palatka qualify. The election will be held be held here probably In October. of gas In the two Friday games. apprehended in 1929 when com certain technicians to Starke but

lei"t! LI of WorthingtonBrooker worthy, Steve Simmons, Guy Andrews hospital. Policeman Johns In North was in the city hall. I Freeholders not yet signed who Jack Hazen, star pitcher, who muting a new crime grand larceny needs some unskilled and *eml*
overnight
". Graham and and Jerome Johns all hospitalized stopped Tallahassee Thursday for which be drew five year skilled labor it
bruises and | would like to do so will find is stated.!
Clinic for cut pe-
Florida ,
*I will be morning was In trouble all the Florida authorities released him
relieved to learn Starke businessmen. ,
tltlons) on hand at Canova's Phar. Mr Thoma also
Ernest W. Roberts voiced the
shock.
black Oldsmoblla"88" Congressman Bennett opened the | Starke way in the Friday game with Tallahassee. to the North Carolina peace officers ,
macy. Bhuford'a opinion that
; Service the Board ;
ver often of The truck-trailer driven by I He allowed seven hits In 1935 where he was wantedon would remodel -
,
passing: through conference by giving a resume Dies In New .England Station, Lawtey Colson' Store the
; present Jail in court-
Malcolm N. Swanner. 720 E. Pearl, old of
immunities at an excessive the many facilities still Intact at Brooker walked seven batter and fannedsix. .charges housebreaking house
"Prous rate of to be Bartow and owned by J. E. Hill Ernest William Roberts, 61. a or Superintendent Morgan and larceny. North Carolina sentenced square into office rather
speed, was Blanding. stressing economy be than
personally contacted. It.
may removing
"01,4< Wednesday effected Blanding and W. Serdynaki of Lakeland, resident of Starke for the past five Jimmy KIrby's single walk to him to a 20 to 30 year Frequent re-
by High- by rebuilding ail f*>tl for .ffi.m. mrtn.".. AP" .A....Iv."
Dolmen Q. A. Filllnglm. of rather than "starting from was damaged to the extent of years, died In a hospital at Exeter, .. ... M. Brown and Bobby McClure, a stretch. by the Board-t"-;;;; ;
I about $75: according to Patrolman Local prisoner Reddish governmental
and Howard Collins of scratch" In some new location. New Hampshire, following Injuries wild pitch and Infield out gave Sheriff stated yesterday agencies, he said.
County. They were a lst.Constable Senator Pepper suggested Bland Filllngim who also Investigated driver- received In an automobile accident I Saws Out Of Jail; Tallahassee two markers- In the that he has wired North Car-
The
Melton Dukes of ing at least be put on a "stand this collision. near that city on Saturday. August -'' opening Inning. ollna authorities to determine if'
"tton Springs. by basis"1 pending the time when was not injured. Damage to the 5.The. Re-Arrested FridayEdgar Starke tied the count '1the Cole I u an escaped convict. The Cecil R. Manire

r"mn Flllinglm stated full use could be made of the camp. city truck was estimated at $300. Roberts family had been I McGee second on walks to Johnny Rich- sheriff also sent fingerprints to Dies Of Heart AttackCecil
No charges were preferred. 43-year-old Negro ard and the F. D. I. In to learnIf
| complaints out the Harold Davis a wild pitch Washington
"J relative tc Senator Holland poined spending a summer vacation al I
"were received and that convenience and accessibility of Exeter and Mr. Roberts, a carpenter who sawed his way to freedom a Tallahassee* Infield error and the negro Is wanted elsewhere. R. Manire, 50, resident of

wwts along the route Blanding location by rail air, and Funeral Today by trade had accepted tempo-|.i from the county Jail here the night Haynes' balk, The northern Jacksonville and an employee of

"t White to Keystone highway and he also called attention For "Billy" Hazen rary employment while there. The 'of August 1, was recaptured last champs went ahead In the third Two Bradford Youths the Seaboard Air Line Railroad

' Were alarmed for their to the flne job Starke did In accident occurred while he was on I Friday in Inverness, Sheriff P. D. on Delano Thomas' triple and Attend FFA Co., died Thursday. August 10, of

" lafety. World War H In caring for the Polio Victim his way to work when the automobile Reddish_ stated this week. scored on M. Brown' Interferenceat CampMeed a stroke while fishing in Hamp.

brought to a halt from recreational needs of men at: driven by a fellow workman McGee held her. on forgery home plate on an attempted, C. Lewis and John R. ton Lake. r

estimated at between 90 Blanding through USO and other James "Billy" Hazen, 9yearold James- overturned and threw Mr. charges--, visited his wife in Inverness squeeze play. Davis of the Bradford Chapter, Mr. :Manire had 'been visiting
IOUel per hour sort of Mr. and Mrs. and was picked up by officers M.: Brown's three-bagger an Infield his
Wednes- group., and former Roberta out. The driver stated Future Farmer of America, attended brotherCyril 'Manire, of
0. of Ocala
"Anderson,., Ft. White Representative Bennett stated I Purvis Hazen fell that the wheels locked causing there when apprehended out. Gene Collins' life steal the second week of the 18th' Stark, at the time of his death.
lean. residents of Bradford County driving her automobile while In- of second and ,
, who frequently com- he believed his constituents favor night him to lose control of the car. Jimmy HolIU' single Annual Forestry Training Camp Funeral services were held
*< I Wedensday
tWeen victim to polio tOxJ ated.
that town and Key all out mobilization as a deterrentto Municipal Hospital. The Mr. Roberts was born In Staf gave Tallahassee two run in the at Camp O'Leno last week. I Sunday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock
eights! where his wife reJ any possible enemy and voiced!i In Tampa of fordshire, England, on March 30 fourth. In the First Christian Church of "ICStark.
j this the FFA
exhibited symptoms During
i period
child Stat I West Palm
,I J er8n. charged with his keen Interest in universal mili S last Sunday. and the lad 1889 He came to Stark. dv.years .' Removing Oak Tree Beach batters found boys were given practical forestry ., with the pastor Rev. ,
Illness two Stark
driving hurler. for eight hits I
by excessive tary..tralnlng. which legislation he ago and was engsgedrln, Homar Swlndall officiating assist.
was the Tampa hospital Instruction and participated In a
rushed to
later The street Inn the
released from jail Introduced at the last session of i was of infantile building and real estateHe has city department Is Friday morning game recreational ed by the Rev. H. E. Steele pastor :'
C The
R when a diagnosis this which program. .camp '
utler Monday week the ancient I
removing they coupled seven walk.
under a $50 bond. Congress and believes may be active confirmed. been associated with the Carpen- of the Edgewood Christian ChurchIn
the mill
was was financed by pulp ,
paralysis oak tree located the northwest with three
on to
within He stated that ter's Union since 1912. errors post an easy Jacksonville, of which, the deceased F
a year. .will be held lumber mill and
turpentine
services -
t Funeral comer of the Madison and Walnut 11-.O victory. operators
Board Moves U M. T.' could: be another use for this afternoon (Friday) at 2 p. m. Besides) his wife, Louie F. Roberts Street intersection near theBlu Ken Johnson,ace West Palm of the state. was a member. Pall bearers
Blanding. of of Starke. lie la survived by a were: E. A. "Frost E. W.
Church
! Second Baptist : .
Rhoda Bird Grill. Beach
in the right hander I i
hurled his
,
*I Dampier clerk, an- Mr. Green. former member of'I I Ocala and Interment will be In daughter, Marie E. Roberts win C. S. Partin Adam.. C. L. Phlfer, V. L. PhUfer ,
that
second In the state
tourney as "
the
Committee O. F. Tbdd and
local Affairs ,
Boiland Me-
Selective the House Military I.
j Fe Cemetery near Hampton of Starke. and a son, William he j
Ord has Santa Bond PurchasesThrifty scattered five hit, two of
of continuing Named Cook, all of
moved from thee the-need To Jacksonville.
* tack to urged Lake at 4 p. m. DeWltt C. Roberta Lake Worth. them of the scratch variety. He SurveyCharles :
Survivor
Its include hi
!' former loca- preparedness Funeral Home Is In charge Funeral services were held at widow !
Seder's Jones Bradford County bond fanned only five batters
Stor.4ZTZRY Senator Johns told Secretary compared S. Partla. B. H s. principal Mrs. Stella C. Manire, two son,
that Governor Fuller,| of arrangements. the graveside in Klngaley Lake buyers have purchased $34,894 to 17 against Avon Park In was appointed Wednesday to Cecil Fred and John Kent Ma-"

WORKING' Warren Alexander had tendered Florida's; Besides his parents the child U Cemetery Saturday morning at 10 worth of Series E U. S. Savings the opening game of the meet onTuesday a sbc-man survey group to make nlr, both of Jacksonville; three

C jfl ia *" alJ.c1ay work wholehearted cooperation In the survived by a sister Ella Jane; his o'clock with the Father Rastatter Bonds so far this year, accordingto night. surrey of Orange County school brother, Cyril of Starke, Thomas -

tiedan Cemetel'J' DetU reactivation -Blanding If the paternal grandparent, Mr. and of St. Edwards Catholic Churcf figures released as) of July 31 Gerald )Fsrr, baseball commissioner -site ntfxt Monday. The team of Miami and Earl L.. of PanamaCity.

011 Thursday, AuI'. 21. AD [ Mrs. Leaaton Wynn of Hampton officiating. by the Treasury Department. for the eighth district presented educator will have the job of recommending and a sister, Mrs Mae Bran-
3 Persons are camp Is needed. of the various I i Lake; and his maternal grand Interment was In the KIngsUy Purchases in all Florida during the third place trophy to the location for a controversial rwn. of Jacksonville,

bring Jleee urged to.at- Representatives offered the C mother. Mr. E. M. Hazen of Lake Cemetery under the direction the seven month period were $29,. Capt. Jack Hosen of Starke. after I 11,000,000 Negro school Funeral arrangements) Were in
' A sa.ry toot for chambers of commerce of DeWitt C. Jonea. 838.422, the showed. I the afternoon contest
report last
bllBltet Brooker. Friday plant near Orlando.
at IIoon. lunch wIU be ..!stanc of their organizationswhen I l I i charge of DeWltt C. Jones..t'ji' .

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II Bradford County Telegraph GRAHAM \ .


ESTABLISHED r 1870 E. U MATTHEWS. OWNCK-KDITOR By Mr*. John McKinney Come In And See Starke's Newest And Finest Food Department Store!

pgbJl"h..1 Eviry Friday and Entered a* Second Baptist Revival
Clan) Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla Revival services lasting through
Sept 3, to begin Sunday at the ,
MEMBERBubnrrtptlon 1950 Oraham Baptist Church. The i
Rev. J. T. Squires of Lake Harbor :
IJIJ.AO\: Annually f USD For SIX lfonlhNCRISIS will deliver, the messages! each ii
night at 7:30: o'clock. The public i
A Is Invited.
I
NEED OF UMT
STRESSES Mr. Bail Honored LOVETT'SThese
There were many reasons, some of them good and some Mrs Horace Cain Miss Gather J
muffed the best Ine Starling and Miss Alma Lets
of them bad,why the American people oppor-
tunity they ever had to get a universal military training.law Dyal shower were recently hostesses honoring at the bridal Mrs

after World War II. Basil Davis, the former Miss Betty
In the main, most of the objection to such legislation Jones, whose marriage was an
centered around the fear that American youth would be sub event of July 27 In the Graham
Jected to a dangerous type of Government regimentation. Christian Church. The Cain rest
It Is being proved today, however, that there was considerable dence was decorated In a rose and
wisdom shown by the President's Committee, which reported -white motif for the occasion and
favorably several years ago oft the idea of a conscription delicious refreshments were serv- Low Prices Good Through Saturday August 19th
law after making thorough study of the international ed by the hostesses. The honoree ,
situation. received many lovely gifts.. A-
mong those present ,were R. R.
With a campaign under way in Washington'to take ad- Jones, Mrs. Ruby Weaver and
vantage of the crisis in Korea to focus national attention on Mrs. Russell Starling of Tampa
the need of UMT, it should be pointed out that there Is always Mrs. Jack Eddy and Mrs. John Ed- .
a necessary time lag between drafting civilians and dy of Waldo, and Mrs. Nell Reynolds ARMOURS "STAR BRAND" Miracle
training them to be fighting men. This is one of the several of Key West. tall Whip
factors in the present emergency indicating that the United 3 2 9c
States probably can never have a first rate system of pre- The Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raul- MILK.
paredness until it establishes some kind of reservoir of train- erson of ;Jacksonville were guestsof cans SALAD DRESS1
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Mon.
ing men such as that which would be provided by a universal 3 .
training law. day.Mr.
and Mrs Leon Wynn and
Florida TimesUnionKOREA
children spent the weekend flsh- STOKELY'SNO. 2!/ CAN
Ing at Lake Kerr.
NO -PUSH BUTTON" WAR Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Durkee of 25C Pint 29
I Hollywood and Mrs. Debbie
The tragedy In Korea has demonstrated fact that many of us, PEACHES
Thomas of Starke were guests of
Including hlgbly-placed military men, had tended to forget-that there dr.. and Mrs. John McKlnny .
can be two kind of war. Thursday of last week.
Up to the time that North Korea sent her troops pouring across Mrs. Forrest Reynolds was the
the 38th parallel we had been thinking In term of the"big" Intercontinental -I I guest of he mother, Mrs. F. T
war. This, If It came, was to be a war of amazing machine 'Abenathy, last weekend. 46 oz. CAN HIGHLIGHT TROPICAL NO. 2 CANS
which would wreak death and destruction' on a hugh scale and at vast Mr. and Mrs Wilson Hendrick
distances. A button would be pushed and an atom bomb or a guided were In Fernandina Sunday. TOMATOES 2 for 1
missile would be on Its way toward the target. It would bg a war of OrangeJuice
.science and technology. Some thought It might be a war In which a .
decision would be reached without any ground action at all, and with- LAKE GENEVA .
out opposing troops coming face 'to face.
No one can say that these roncepts are wrong-they might hold Bjr Blanche Cunningham 25 Ib. SOUTHERN BISCUITFLOUR
tree In that "big" war the world now fea,.. But It Is clear that they
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mc-
In 2 for 49c
do not apply Korea. $ .1.3
In Korea we have a war In which the traditional, relatively simple Nair the past week were Mr. Mc-
.weapons are all Important. The man with a gun In his hand must d Nalr's mother, brother and sister .: .
the fighting. It Is themost difficult and dismal sort of war Im- from Sommervllle, Ga. Mrs. Mc-
aginable. Great troop movements of the sort that took place In Nair and the two children returned -
Europe in the last war are impossible. Everything Is based upon the with their guests to Sommer- STOKELY'S
small unit-the.battalion? the company, the platoon, even the squad. vile for a short visit. QUEEN QUALITYTEA.
The Importance of the Individual soldier is supreme-If one,man falls, piE 19c 1
Mrs. Ida M. Gentry acompan- 1 1NO. !
disaster to many may follow. In this, the war Is comparable to the CHERRIES lb.
led Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudonof
jungle operations against the Japanese during the island-hopping per 4 .
iod that preceded the Empire's surrender Keystone Heights to Alachua
We are fighting an enemy whose habits and thought are Incomprehensible Saturday where they'attended the
to the Western mind. The cruel fanaticism of the Orient Jordon-GofC wedding in the Bap- 1 TALL CAN STOKELY'S
finds its perfect reflection in the Korean soldier Human life is tist Church there. The Jordons FLAT CANS AMERICAN /&

worthless, death but an incident. No matter how many are killed, were formerly residents' of Lake FRUIT COCKTAIL 19c : 3 for
more come on. North Korean casualties have been infinitely greater Geneva. SARDINES ;
than ours. But the offensives have been pushed in spite of them. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark and .
.
The Koreans have proven themselves extraordinarily. adept at two children and Mr. and 'Mrs.
infiltration, and at guerrilla activity. This, In the first weeks, was Buddy Sharon and four children,
one of the worst problems faced by the Americans, The enemy seem- 400 COUNT ANGEL
all of Tallahassee, were weekend 303 CANS KING COLE J
ed to be everywhere, and foe and friend looked alike The Korean
soldier accepts the greatest of hardships with apparent equlnamltylie guests of Mr. and Mrs. T M., Fin- FACIAL TISSUE 21 2f"2NO.
ley. Mrs. Clark and Mra. Finley c LIMA BEANS
has known little but privation all his life. He can sleep anywhere. .
A handful of the coarsest food sustains him. Supply, as we know It are sisters. Mr. andrUre.I T. M. ,
la the American army, la unknown to him. FInley and daughter accompaniedtheir
Worst of all, it Is clear, we had not planned for this war, Our guests' back to Tallahassee
eyes were1 elsewhere-on Formosa, Iran, Europe even a* our minds for a visit. SUPERBRAND COLORED's 2 CANS WEBSTER
Mrs. Agnes Laurence, Mrs. R.
were considering the other kind of war. And so, In we
every way
Mrs. A. Carlson and
Forsythe
were completely surprised.The .i> OLEO 19cFRESH 3for2
Mrs Blanche Cunningham spent' lb. Tomato Juice
lesson we have learned Is a grim one. We must be) preparedfor Monday In Jacksonville MOpping .
any kind of war-and for war almost anywhere. We have, never and visiting Mrs.: Cunningham's -
faced a harder task. daughter, Mrs., F. L. Easterly.



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_____________________ BRADFORD COI.'NTY TELEGRAPH STARKJ FLORIDA PAGP TOBEIII
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Methodist ChurchDr. esses. Mrs. Vernon Edwards, Mr*. By MvrtU '1'. Dfmv.r. I> C. (OFFICIAl SEAL) A. :/. Thomaa., Appear. STATE OP. FtOHin' TO, '1"0. TO ANY' ELwnEv'ovF1CPi.
Frank Lftndrum, Stark, Florida A* Clerk of said Court Hetty. a whose residence IN Title CITY OP UrAHKRl MAY
Lottie
Edwards and Miss Lubed- Attj*. /or Dr. Ty Myrtle 1'. Beaver Deputy Clerk o and .v."dUf"l: South Asperansa PAY TIIPJ laUALI"Y'I'Ij FKKS AHKHTIHICIt .
D. L. Scudder head of the la Pinholster. sill) U *I1, H O. Urown, Florida,, Los Ana;*!**. California\ : BY OHUINANCH NO.SH .
I Ait ". for Plf. I:1larke.7... 4t llIK *i You are required la appear on I A. ".. ..LL RXPIRH AT TWK1.VM'
Department of Religion at the !. Clrc.lt Ci..... Bradford C..t,' S"Pt.nb.D60, In the above O'CI.OIK NOON' Ot THM' I.AVP !
University In Gainesville Birthday Anniversary .',*..... !. ('....".r,.. lice <<:.....It CoorS !. AsS ..... named Court and cause, wherein 1>4Y OP TUB PKRIOIt WI'.HIN
will be O. W. Barry was honored on his Edwin A. Jarmu.. PI.lnUlf. vs. floss I Vradfrd the guest speaker In the pulpit of Prnty Jarmui, D.f.niUni.Can < ..* No. NUI4. County Telegraph shall publish this MAY BE PAID.
the Starke Methodist Church 61st birthday anniversary at Ms -- No IOSO Leonard A. Hall Plaintiff, v*. D. OPennell Order In 'h.d'" weekly Issuea BM IT ORDAINED BY THEJ CITTCOUNrlb
Sun home Sunday. A large, delicious Order Of Publication A ad Nallp reAppear. I ; et al. defendant Witness :my and official seal OF THK CITY OB
day morning during the 11 o'clock dinner STATH OK rXOHIUA TOt Order f l' n>llc *l.m a.d NetlceABp tt ::60 Starke, Florida, this August 1, 8TAHKK BRADFORD COIJNTYicwairh
service. The was served during the noon !<<>.. Pr..nty Jarmui. whoa* runt- ar. Ktat* or Florid. toi, : IN KKUULAR 5n181014ASSEMBLEDI "
pastor. the Rev hour. Quests present to enjoy the dene and ,htlr... I.: 541 Wut 104Street D.: O Pennell and Toni Pennell his (OFFICIAl, STOATS A. J. Thomas :
Thomas Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell New York City, New York wife, whose renldenc la 820 (labelAvenue As Clerk of said Court. I SECTION 1. That from and afterth '4
At The Tabernacle occasion with him were Mr. and .. to 8. B. Canton Ohio: fly Myrtle T Deaver' ,
appear on Sep.
&f. effective date of this Ordinance.candidates ;
Church are on vacation in the New England ,.. ob"rl01 : .. *
> Mrs. I.. A. Barry and children of 1950 In the above named You are hereby notified hat a Chu. R Z04-OB Guaranty for election to eleo- .
-- states. Court and cauaa.. wherein plaintiff suit has been Instituted In above Dldsr., Jackaonvllle, Florida.. live office I ,In I of any Stark, j 4
the
Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. J. R Crews .. City
.t eleven Several visitors from Sanford .e." divorce Bradford County named Court and cause by the Att, for Pit. shall fees *
qualifying a re
morning pastor and also from Jacksonville attended Sunday school will begin at and daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. Tl a-raph nhall publish: this Order hove named plaintiff against D. OPennell ||4u8JSOTICW ..r..ry ORDINANCE NO. IS A
Law by the In next four weekly luaue. and his Wife Tonl Pennell O'CLOCK '
6 First Baptist the Sunday services at the Tab- 9:45: Sunday morning and the and Mrs. C. C. Dees and childrenof Wltni- HIT hand and official deal and C. C. Pennell and his wife Kl.lePennell <<: OP KLKCTIOV NOON not later on the than last TWELVE day of] the period i
eI at the You Dot ernacle. senior and Intermediate Methodist Branford, Mr. and Mrs. J. El. at Stark, Florida this Au.ut >, \n defendanta''ien for foretiloeur T. J. H. Wainwright Mayor of within which such qualifying fue* 'i
What equitable In favorof Stark Florida by virtue of theauthority
U be "It'. The Youth Fellowships will convene at Hardy and children of Starke, and, 18'0.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..r.i Thoman plaintiff a* a first lien over the vested In m* by law do may b* paid.SICCTION I ''I
Get. I IlJIotller Tuesday evening Bible followln situate In Bradford hereby rail election to be held f. All ordinance or
you 7:00: p. m. Following the 8 m.' Mr. and Mrs. Maston Hays of I An Clerk of said Court. property an In .
p. of ordinances conflict hr
of County. Florida' to-wltt at the City Hall In the aforesaid part
In the series I Iror study hour was under the direction Gainesville. F..ankl'll. Myrtle T Deavtr, 1>. O I with, irs hereby repealed.SECTION b'
worship service, at which time B T. Stark, Florida Bealn 401) feet smith of northeast town by the qualified I voter on i
"Troubled Minds oorner of NB 4 of BK' % of 8eo. 84 Tuesday. September 18, lifto, for the 8. This. Ordinance shall
of Rev. A. 1". Grady. An in- H. S. Principal Charles S. Partin, Atty for Pit. .
become effective $mmedtatilyupon ,
The Birthday Honored lilt' 4t $11 Twn. T B, It 81 IS, thence run South purpose of elvotlns1 the following
ubled T1C. teresting Bible quiz and study of will make an address, a fellowship! -_ 4I5H; feet, thence run Went to right officer) .its passage.James i'
..under the direction hour will be held. O. W. Davis and his son and !. Clrral roar;. ;...,.... Co..ty. of way ot State Road 800 thencerun Tare Atdrrmsin for Tw Vrar A. Lewis
sing with Mrs. the scripture was conducted by daughter" honored Mrs. Davis K lor Id*i In (.kaorrrr.Nettle northeasterly alons rlffht of Inspectors of said election T. :\\.r'h City CouncilAttest
Green Mrs. way of State Road Soo for 4254 feet, H Williams. F. O. Hemingway, a.El n* City Cleric
ucJUe Nelson Green will lead the Harbour, Plaintiff v*. ThomaaHarbour
organist, at the the leader. The little organ added 28th birthday; anniversary last nofenrtftnt. Cane NTo, Soil thencerun Kast to point of betin.I Sparks, aeors Flynn, Jr., andH. TO TUB HONORABLE J. R. WAIN.WRIIFIT .[
ova, prayer meeting service Wednesday last nlnir, containing 19 acre more or : W. Lappe. MAYOR OF THE CITY. i'
its melodious notes to those of the weekend. They went with Order of Pnlillratlon A U Ne0Ie T FLORIDA ,
I.... la testimony whereof, I hereunto OF HTAUKB )
night at 7:30 o'clock. The Appear. 'TN OK "" FI.OK1I TO
will! piano In the service, and all enjoy public her to St. Augustine and points Thomaa Uarliour whose realdeno or In the alternative that It b* subscribe. my name and cause the I hereby certify that the above :
service
evening i Is cordially Invited to attend all south decreed by the Court that defend.ant Meal of the. said town to b* hereunto and foreolnir Ordinance was duly
sightseeing.Rev. lai Route Alk-
daY 4, Box 88
of hymns andnested ed the music so sweetly rendered. services. bamal Clanton D O Pennell acquired and holds affixed. this the (rd day ofAugust. passed br the City Council of the
.inglng : title to said land a* a trustee under A. n. *560. City of Stark Florida" on lit day ,
I by the congre- "Because of the great conflict V. Beasley of Deland conducted Ton are required. to appear on Sep a resulting trust for and In behalf (Official Sot I) J. It. Walnwright.Mayor. ot August A. b. JUO.J .
duo of in which tember 11, 1960 In the above namedCourt of plaintiff.' Carl City Clerk.
we
are engaged as a services here at the Baptist :
tile pa.pinklns Christian Church"There and cause, wherein plaintiffpeeks You and each of you are hereby ATTEST: Carl John, City Clerk THPJ ABOVE) AND FOREOOINGOIlDIHANCIO t
and Mrs. E. C. nation and of the greatest miracle church Sunday. divorce. PYadford County requlrrd I In said' Court' B4-6t-9l[ | was received by m*
Theoage of all Is rela- T.lDfrraph ahall nubllxh this OrderIn and "iotln.rr; :: ..tI 88, 1AKO, and and approved by m* this let day oC ,
Blnnir- ages now being Carolyn Kelley visiting :
g the per Is always a welcomeand next four weekly issue.! to then serve your answer or other. OHniT ANCR NO. las: August A. D...iMa.
will be "Mother'scharacter formed before the world, we a hand to greet at the tives of Fairbanks this week. Witness my hand and official seal defenitn on plaintiff's attorney. a* required AN onuiNANCM PitovinlnTHT M.yo" City of Starlt.
study should know what the Bible you Mrs. Buster Rahn and children at Starke, Florida, this Au.u.l I. "by lAw otherwise the alle- T II n IIMB WIIIIIV J. R. walnwrrahltICU.lll. J
hr nays friendly church In the heart of the BUI of Complaint will! whiCH CA.O..ICII! FOIL KI.HC! ,
Old Testament with a about these things," Mr. J. T. the town" the Rev. Homer Swindall visited friends here Monday.A (OFFICIAL &EAT.) A..r. Thoma Ktloneof an confessed by you. Th* .
-
crowd from here at- An Clerk of Bald Court Bradford County Telearraph ahall
the new. Quigley sponsor said. "While the minister of the First Chris large BT Myrtle T. Daaver D, C. publish this order In its next four ''I
at 9:45 Bible Is not In Russia as a guide tian Church of Starke said this tended services held'at Pine Grove B. X. Ferrvman, btarke, Florida weekly issues.Witness i
chool gathers .. ,
Russia Att)' for Pit. my hand and the seal of
till church Tuesday night.
la In the Baptist
rtudy directed by a Bible, and week. "Ours Is a church where lilt 4t 111In said FlorMa l this
.for each Christians should know. what the Bible Is held Mrs. E. C. Lewis Mrs. TUlle 86th day.tortJtc.D: I8lto
teachers above all
Of other Tlrr.lt Ce.rt. atradferd Coast7.Fiends (SEAL) A. J. THOMAS, ,
c. Mann Jr., general prophecy has to say about whatIs books and the name of Christ is Corbitt, Mrs. Paul Faukner. and .. (.....<-.rr.Herman ..4e Clerk of said Circuit Court I .
taking place at this time. Hear exalted Mrs. Woodrow Thomas visited Feblaa, Plaintiff, vs. K.trella Holllst V. Knlvht. *Htark. Flnrlda I :
ent above all other names. R. Feble, Defendant. Case No. Attorney for Plaintiff. 738| 4t lll1v |
Mrs. Lewis' brother at Orange
the messages from the Bible on Oil.Order. I
6'teIng Services for the
Unions meet at : these Important things at the coming !weekat Springs. on the Oklawaha River of P.fcll.lo. and Netlea !. Clrr.lt ('.....t. Bradford yeasty, .-.
1 In! church mem- the Christian Church are as follows last week. A....... KTATH OP HLORII1A t.. "'a.'.., 8st Clisi.eery.Krtls i
Tabernacle Sunday, Tuesday and R. Feblea, whose residence :
union. : Katrella Long Llndsoy, Plaintiff' vs
an active adult Friday evenings each week." Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Miller of I. 1825 Amsterdam Avenue, New lames Wllford Llndey, Defandent. I
k service 1 Is held each Sunday, 1(0 a. m.-Bible school. Jacksonville were guests of her York, N Y.IAusuat Case No. 8010
COlso'n. IR 1IBO In the ahoy named Order O it Pvbllratlesi A.. N.tlr* TAppear t
evening at 7:30: and St. Mark's Episcopal Clyde Superintendent. mother, Mrs. Lottie Edwards, last Court and caua, *, wherein plaintiff I "TVrN OP ....OR.n.... TOlOatne *
the pastor's teaching Sunday 11 a. m.-Morning worship weekend. seeks divorce. Bradford County. Telearaph Wllford Llndsey, whose r*** lit
"the Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar service with the Lord's u.rh publlah this Order In Ideno I I. Andrew South Carolina :
Book of Revelation, Sup. Mrs. N, C. Mott ana Mrs. Edgar next weekly lenuea.Wltneii You are required to appear on September -
times." per at 11:13.: The morning message my hand and official." 4th. I960 In the above namd -
he Services at St.'Mark's Episcopal Wilkinson visited Mrs. Hershel .
is at, Htarke, Florida, thl.Jul it. 1160OFFICIAL. Court ant cut use, wherein plaintiff
Invitation 11F extendedIn Church here Sunday will be as entitled" I Have Grown a Layfleld of Gainesville Thursday. ( PKAfc) A. J. Thomas, seeks divorce, Tlradford CountyTlaraph
Little A Clerk of said Court. '
Taller. shall publish this OrderIn
in "spiritual" bless- follows: Francis RUBS and Vance Russ Tl-y Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk. next four weekly issues
inhlpping at the Firsttorch Sunday, 7 p. m.-'Chrlstlarv Endeavor of Lake City visited friends and .William D. Morgan 6th Floor Clark Witness my hand and official seal the
6:15 has
: a. m.-Morning prayer and Bulldlnr, only the FORD TRACTOR
each week. sermon by the vicar. directed by Cecil Douglas.All relatives Monday.Mr. Atty. for Plf. a"k.on"I1I.7.U -I.II s-ust at Htarke.1S5I). Florida, this end of Au- 'J
youth is urged to attend; there and __ J Thema.
and Mrs. Earl Green (OFFICIAl. BEAt.) ) A.
0 CHCKCH There will not be an 8:00 a m. I. no age limit. Tm rirrvlt Co.rt. Bradford Ce.. service for the holy communion. children and Mrs. Mary Green visited Plerlilai !. Cba.eerr.Fhlllla By Myrtle '1'. ) .
)las$ 9:13 a.m. The Sunday, 8 p. Evangelistic Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stran- Aaron Plaintiff v*. Vernon John :J Henderson; Ksn}:R"ti.oPo' PROOF-METER 1
church is dally for .fend"nt. Ca. No. '554.
open Aaron .
School 11 am.q prayer and meditation. 1 service. Sermon subject: "The berg at Lake Santa Fe. Sunday Order of '.. ....lom a.d N...... teAppear. Attys.taft Ave.for Jackaonvllle I'lf. Florida ,
Mass 8:30: a.m. New Testament Church Prayed." afternoon. STATI9 OP FI.OHIK4 t.. S4-4t-826| |
Vernon Aaron whose residence isChicatIo.llllnols :
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Wednesday, 8 p. m.-Mld-week Mrs. H. P. Gainey visited relatives : r*> Clrp.K r.....t. Bmdfard ('...t,.,
tudy 1 Is every Wednes- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS I service. The Bible training class and points south last week. You are required I .to appear onAlliruat FtoHdal la C.kasieery.Ha Wow Standard fqw/pmtnf/ fvny W.w Ftrd Trotter-
81, I960, In th above named rold Place, Ktta K.
.a The Church of Jesus Christ of I Ls still In progress and this Wed She attended the wedding of her Court and oauae wherein plaintiff Place> Defendant.Plaintiff vs. :1

the Latter Day Saints (Mormon I nesday the' study :will feature 'son, and Joe Cherry August 6 eeka divorce. Bradford County Telrraph Case No. SOU BUY ON PROOF Instead 'of Promises! .:: ,
this Order In _. .. .
.. .
publish
Order e f .II. A.d Netle 'Fe qI
OF GOD Church) holds services each Sun. Confirmation by Archaeologists. Pahokee. Nadene is the daughter nest u..rh weekly laiue _......r. rTM OP Fl.ttltlltA. TOl -
i St. Clair Sts. I day In the usa building on North J ." of Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Rauler- Witness my hand and official seal Ella. K Place, whose residence In Why guen about tractor performance./o,* you buy ; I
at 8t' rke' Florida thlsjul3r ic, I860. I
tool 10 am. Temple Avenue as follows: The public is Invited to attend son of Pahokee. (OFFICIAL SRAL. ) A. J. Thomas, unknown You are! required. to appear en or or //" you buy Now guesswork II no longer necessary! 11i

onlrig Worship 11 sun 10-00: am.: Sunday School. 1 ill services. Mrs. 'P. W. Markey. Mrs.. Mattie Irv Myrtle T.Al Deaver Clerk. of Deputy said Court.ClerX.H above before (September named' Court 4th 11160 and, In cause.the The new Ford Tractor Proof-Meter shows performaNce,

tnlng Service 7:30 p.m.ce 6:30: p.m.: Sacrament service. Sowell Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Miss O Brown, Starke Florida wherein plaintiff seeks divorce i iffteltHfy and 'right before '
Tuesday 7:30: p.m. The public Is cordially invited Ic I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th Iva Mae LewIs1*were guests of Mr. Atty. for Plf. "-11 4t 8-18 Bradford County Telegraph shallpublish 1 tcottotny
this Order In next four the dashboard. It 'Will
Thursday 7:30: p.m. attend all services. St. and Temple Ave. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Dukes In Circuit Court Bradford Co..tr, Weekly Isuea. your eyes on V
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Sunday. They were accompanied Klorfdai In Chmirerr. Witness* my hand and official' seal pay you to He thl PtoofMeterODAYIOolyth.fordTractofha'd-
TJorla Halley 1 Plaintiff 1 V'* Albert'
at Stark. Florida, this and of Au-
I Jig Worship 11 a. m.; Evangel! home by Miss Eloulsa Dukes, whoIs TJ. Ballev Defendant. Cane No; 800*. '.iet. 1C5P.OFFICIAT. L j jjAaT

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I IT Ic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone spending this week here with Order Appear.of.r..N Pnhlleattitn OP. P'LORllt and. Not.Ire to.te ( HRAT> A. J. Thomas, <
Clerk said Court
An of
welcome.BROOKER. her friends' and relatives. Albert I... Bailer. whole residence. By Myrtle T. Denver' no Dixie Co. Inc.
Mrs. Mattie Sowell enjoyed a and address I I. Twin Faun. Idaho John 3. Henderson.; F>:q.. 491 Colon, ; Equipment
ST T BAPTIST CHURCH Starkerson You are required: to' appear on lal Ave, Jncksonvllle., Florida. J1j. ,
fish fry In Union County Saturdaywith August 21, I960, In the above named Atty for Plf. 11 { Galnsetllle Flo.
fii 1026 So Main Ht. ,
crowd of her friends and Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff 11..t.I'U| | I
a
seeks divorce, cuatody and control /, ..
V
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town \\J
relatives. of minor child and support for aald lit rire.lt ('....... Bradford ('0...., I I I ...e.sNM 15,15_ _
PHONES: Office 234 -Pastorlum 130 Mrs. L. L. Dyal and daughterMrs. child Bradford County Telearnphhall flnrtdil | In ('bearer.. 5 01.
By It a M>e Lewis publish this Order In neat four Manuel P Vsrdiicn. Plaintiff' TSIfetty V -
Mattie Sowell were In Gainesville weekly laauea. O. Verduno Defendent.V I'
afternoon.Mr. Witness' my hand and official' anal (Cas No IKI5S
NDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. V. M. U. Social MeetingThe .shopping and Mrs.Monday Sanford Hicks of at Blarke. Florida, this July 37, 1D60. Order *>f P.bllratleai And Kotle T*

ySchool 9:45: A.M.: Training Unions 6:45 PJVI. Baptist Church W. M. U. Starke visited her parents, Mr. .- V.- : '

WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M.a.m. octal meeting was held at the and Mrs.' N. O. Stokes, Sunday.Mr. -

some of Mrs. Vernon Edwardsu and Mrs. G. B. Colson enjoyed
"<*v afternoon August 8. The lat week vacationing at I

.: "It's What You Do With What You Get" lev. 1 was given by :Mrs. E. Earleton Beach. : ,4.V J

8 p.m.: "Mother's Pet"A B. (. ; Mrs. J. W. Thomas had Mrs. Leslie Green and childrenwere (
R. COSTTRANSPORTATION
:harge of the program. Mrs. In Starke shopping Saturday LOWEST

F\" Gano and Mrs. Lottie Edwardswere morning.Mrs. ,
The dismiss -
the
on program. Rosa Plnholster attended
Friendly Invitation From A M.
prayer was given by Mrs. services held at New River Baptist

tiendly Church Is Extended To All O. Harrell, and delicious refreshments Church and was dinner guest of '

were served by the host. Rev. and Mrs. Truby Parrlsh Sun- '


day.Yvonne Polk has returned home :

after spending a three weeks' va- !
i
cation in Trenton.Mr. .
HEAREVANGELIST and Mrs. R. C. Howard and

Mrs. Verdle Ingles of Jacksonville

visited Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby I ';

Sunday.;! ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby were L

In Starke on business Monday. J. f ;

Donald Martin James Crosby of Gainesville ., C ,.r' ) '_',' .
visited the E. B. Crosby family Je '
last Saturday. /' 1,1 *i: ...

OF MIAMI' Jtr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk and r .j 'i"....'.'.'':. "
: children visited Mr. and Mrs. .
Frank R. Polk of Trenton last '\. --.

21 n' Sept. 3At weekend.Mrs. -. .'J' .

Aug. Frank R. Polk of Trentonis .,: 'C' ",. .::; if..
visiting relatives here this week. ::; .. f

Mrs. Groover Moore and son .

Bryant of Texas. visited her sis '" i.

ter. Mrs. N. C. Mott, Friday at. .

::4 First Baptist Church ternoon.Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of StarkeIs :* ...... (

WHAT AND WHY THEY'
here on an extended visit with .IS : .

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N"'c.

HAMPTON Mott.Mr.. and Mrs. Oscar Brown of YOU GET AT to I .._! ...1I LEAD IN SALES :

Starke spent Thursday night of

8 O'CLOCK EACH EVENING last week with Mrs. Mary Green. STANDARD STATIONS V ; IN j FLORIDA I

Mrs. Lloyd Barry Miss Lubedla j

Pinholster Mrs. S. if. Mott Mr .

Ida Crosby Mrs. L. A. Mott and

Mrs. Rosa Plnholster attended the .
1
REV. JOHN SIBLE --z.. funeral of Mrs. H. C. Martin In '
.
Hawthorne Friday she was the .

'c Director / Baptist :. mother of Mrs. R. F. Gano. WHEN you drive Into a Krvlce station you're looking Remember-gasoline represent less than half of the -:., l' ;
of the New Orleans
:Mrs. G. W. Davis and children .1-1,' lot complete "uampof tation". '. not jusc gasoline alone. cost of oper tlng the average car. The pennies you lave ,;
were In Gainesville Tuesday morn- :
ch, Tampa Services. on an unknown, Inferior gasoline may cost you dollar : I' I l'
Will Conduct Song Ing.Mr. You expect la addition to gasoline and motor oil- : .

______ and Mrs. R. E. Hasen and service to your windshield, tires, battery and radiator that |Ja repair '. twill

children attended the State Junior assure you carefree trouble-free trmtiporlttioit until For loweit cost tra iportfth+ pstrooiie}'Onelsh.. :
American Legion Baseball Tournament -
A'- which was held at Wau- you sgsia need gasoline. borbood Standard Oil dealer. ; j

chula last week. and It Is because Standard Oil Mtvlcei nations and dealen STANDARD OIL'S FLORIDA ttlttln; in Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen

EVERYBODYWELCOME / children visited Mr. and :Mrs. E. go M .*t la rendering these services so neceiury to fiorn ... tJJiliont to .n l pulnltncncr cf florid plntlttnd 'I

:S. Hazen and children 'of Plant trouble-free trsniportatioa e M well as offer you most equimi'sl' llctnut tJ txti. tot tiding product V '

e City last week. tot your money III performance and mileage Crown and t.xtt which n't eoltec/tJ sod ptU to Stiff of flortfi e*.vtbOTltltt ":

Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor and I Crown Extra Gasoline .". that Standard Oil product tmountti to OVtt ICVZNTUN MILLION DOLLAMAs :
children of Worthington Spring
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Baptist TEL Class B&PW Club Sponsors:J Miss Rebecca Brown Miss Barbara Ritch J Birthday Party Miss Ruth Toomey LINDA SUSAN WYNN lJKlNWORKING AtGt8T

Met Last FridayThe Supper.Party Sat. I Joined In MarriageTo Weds Victor Willis For Mike Anderson Weds J. O. Toppins, Jr. Mr. and Mr. J. C. Wynn of There will be za
Starke announce the birth of 8n
a IU III
T E. U Class of the First The Starke Business aid Pro- Ralph Wise Master Mike Anderson celebrated Mrs Mayme L Toomey of daughter, Linda Susan?in the Ala. next Ing' at the MCKlnn

Baptist Church held. Its regular fessional Woma's Club will sponsor Miss Rebecca Brown, daughtei r his second birthday anniversary Starke announces the marriage other chua County Hospital In Gaines Ing to Friday. AUlrUal

meeting: Friday of last week at i a supper and bingo party on Saturday of Mr, and Mrs. John Brown ol Wednesday afternoon, Auf daughter, Ruth Marie, to J. 0.'' ville on August 12. Mrs. Wynn sons with C. M. l\ICKtnn\[
16 with at the home Toppins, Jr., of Chicago, Ill, on an ,Interest T
the home of Mrs. D. W. Moore. evening, beginning at 7 Lawtey, became the bride ol ust a party will be remembered as the former tery are ,c
The meeting was opened with o'clock at St. Edward's RecreationHall Ralph Wise, son of j.'W. Wise and i l of his grandparents,, Mr. and Mrs Saturday, August 12, In Kings- Miss Jeanette Parker of Starke. I assist In urged to, b k ,"
prayer by Mrs. O. W. Alderman the late Mrs. Wise of Starke or J. L. Anderson, on Cherry Street land, Ga. cleaning tbe. n r"_
followed with book study. on Temple Ave. The public is Friday evening August 11, at t I: A color scheme of green and The ceremony was performed In

During the business session it invited and urged to Attend. o'clock. The ceremony was performed !I yellow was carried out throughout the First Methodist Church of

was voted to give $10 to the Proceeds from the supper wUl by the Rev. O. V. Lee,, the home centered around the Klngsland In the presence of Mrs.

church building: fund. A nominating be used to defray expenses for the former pastor of the First Baptist t 1" birthday table which was covered Toomey and Mrs. W. E. Edwards. nonce

; committee was appointed to district meeting which will bn held Church of Lawtey, on the open with a lace cloth and centered with Following a short honeymoon,

select officers for' the coming here in Starke on October 8, with porch of the Brown home In Law the birthday cake. The cake Mr. Toppins will resume his duties In order to provide more efficient and quicker
year: Mrs. L. U. Morgan, chairman the local B&PW Club as host. i tey before a host of friends and was decorated with yellow and< In the Army, and Mrs. Toppins service too,
Mrs. R. A. Thomas and Mrs relatives. 1 # green with two yellow candles and will continue her studies at Brad tomers, effective September 1,-1980, our banking hours
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O. W. Alderman.The Beta Sigma Phi Miss Julia Futch, pianist, presented wt "Happy Birthday, Mike" on top. ford high school this fall. wffl I

meeting was closed with a program, of nuptial music Games were played under the 9:80: A. M to 1:30: P, M. daily
prayer by Mrs. Wesley Andrew The Gamma Theta Chapter of prior to the ceremony. The traditional ,supervision of Miss Kate Struth. WOW Meeting Tues.The except Thursd

after which a delicious brunch was Beta Sigma Phi will hold a bake wedding marches were Colored /whistles and candy were 9:30 A
served by the hostess to the 11 sale Saturday morning beginning used. used as favors for the afternoon regular meeting ot the Thursdays, : M. to 12:00: hoop

members and one visitor present at 9 o'clock In front of Canova'sDrug The bride given In marriageby After several hours of play dell Woodmen circle will be held on

The next meeting of class will Store. Mrs. N. D. Wain. 1 her father, .wore a street length close individual cakes and Ice Tuesday evening, August 22, in
be held on September 8 at the)wright Is in charge of all arrange ,dress of white crepe with matching cream were served to the many; the W. O. W. Hall. Hostesses : The change In hours,,which conforms to banking hours 0kKr"j

home of Mrs. R. A. Thomas J ments. I accessories. 'She had as her only little guests Mrs. Anderson was for this meeting will be Mrs. C. I cities will alt
Miss Barbara 0.I neighboring permit officers
attendant Miss Margie Wall of Ann Pitch, daughter assisted in serving her guests by Barksdale and Mrs. W. L. and employee, bj
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Lawtey. Miss Wall chose a gownof of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ritch of Mrs. J. L. Anderson Jr., Miss Jc drews. the public to work an unbroken shift until closing

r blue taffeta with blue accessories. Starke, and Victor 'Willis' son of Ann Smith, Miss Eleanor Searingand time I Ii

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willis of Mrs. Alice Mills. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Anderson had i I

If Mr. Wise had as his best man Graham, were united In I About 50 little guests were pres. as their guests Wednesday Mr. .

Joe Lamb of Starke.. on Friday, August 4. marriage- ,ent to enjoy this affair with Mike and Mrs J. I* Anderson, Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. Brown, mother of the Florence Lundberg and.. Ernest
Dedicated To Community Service bride, wore a dress of blue figured The ceremony was performed In Lundberg of Gainesville.Mrs. Florida Bank at Starke

"Movies Are Better Than Ever" crepe with blue accessories the Baptist parsonagehere /with I Birthday Party ..

Immediately following! the ceremony the Rev. 1. D. Haines, 'pastor 'of For Viki Struth J. M. Smith, spent several) Member Florida National Group
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Saturday August 19 ONLTYDOUBLE r Tues. & Wed.. Auff. 22 & 213roS@fi..2S '" a, rvcepuon was new in tne I the First .... __. _, i iI days this week In Daytona Beach
FKATUUE- welling[ which was decorated for Baptist Church of I ..Itue VICKI strum celebrated visiting Mr.and Mrs. N. Stern- Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporatICARPENTER'S
Starke officiating. her third
the occasion with a yellow, green ( birthday anniversary last I berg.
I and white color' schema carted: The couple will reside $Jn Willis- Saturday afternoon at the home other
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out with arrangements of marl ton where Mr. Willis Is employedby parents on Kingsley Lake.

tie lIS STAUIOII I golds, zinnias, ferns and palms. the Dixie Lily Milling Com Hostess on this occasion was her I
UCK JAU mother, Mrs. Merrill Struth.
The bride's table (was covered pany. I '
Swimming was enjoyed during CARPENTER'S' NCARPENTER'S CARPENTEI
: with a lace cloth and centered with
loiteredANI raves ru'N sm rpuNCu the wedding cake. Cutting the the afternoon by Vikl and her

cake were Mrs Joyce Futch and Summer ActivitiesAt many little guests, after which WEEKENDTripleDecker
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PROOUcnON Miss Ruth Lee. BHS birthday cake and ice cream were
Library
"IIA.A WINDIttn14N'T'1CII Punch served served In the house. Colored balloons -
was the
,CORn during Ends With ProgramThe and Cracker Jacks servedas llkl'cltJtJ
evening by Miss Julia Futch, Miss /
waneIWSTON.i.t favors for the t
s Betty Jean Testone and Miss-Jo afternoon.
f Anna ,Lee. Bradford high school library Mrs. Struth /was assisted in caring
WIN MImIIGillER' summer program, directed for her
Mrs. Wise was graduated from by guests by Mrs. Arthur
>- HOUNDTHOMAS GOMU Bradford high school with the Miss Audrey Newman, librarian Holiday and Mrs George Roberts -By YardleyIN
? ..IIfUIAII soot ended Tuesday, when the enrollees lot Lawtey.
class of / Mr. Wise
Plus Latest News' & "Clues To Ad Bradford 1950. high school graduatedfrom with presented a program before Bradford About 35: children were present

r'Pius venture" Short the class of 1949. County teachers, mothers and to enjoy this affair with Vlkl. TR OD UO ING. g
friends of the
pupils. Included on
Thurs. & Fri., Aug. 24 & 25MC.M The couple are residing in the ,
the This Favorite
program was presentation Perfume In A
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Starke where Mr Wise Is employ Birthday Party .;.'
of
filmstrips, records
art work
ed the Andrews Motors Com
pany.by and handicraft. Following the program For Geraldine Gay PURSE FLACON - $1.50 Value

refreshments were served by .
the library Mrs. Adolph Gay honored her SANDWICH
WCTU Meets MondayThe group. little
daughter, Geraldine, on her
"Tennis Champs" Cartoon & This program has been carriedon fifth birthday Packed With Bond,Street
Chap. 5 "King of Rockrtmcn" Laura Scott Union of the throughout the summer for the ,. anniversary Wednesday Home Baked Ham
August 8
with
W. C. T. U. will meet at the homeof benefit of children from six tc the Gay home on West Madison.a party at TOILET WATER .. $1.65 Value 'Lettuce & Tomato

Sun & Mon., Aug. 20 & 21 Mrs. J. T. Quigley on Mable twelve years of age. Stories, art Games were played during the Chicken Salad

1 1I I J 11 street next Friday, August 29, at and films ;were furnished from 10 afternoon led by Miss Kate Struth.
m srouu Qmr tin o n e err Inf 3 o'clock for the regular to noon each
program 'morning,
; presents the Funniest Comedy ,j) Moijday The birthday table was placed In At Usual Prices A 3.15 Value 35cLarge
and social ,
I ;ever made or Home Sweet Home! meeting.RELIEVES through Friday. The P.T.. A. and the yard and centered with the

I I I Tuberculosis association were birthday cake which was """t'rounded -

ROBERT WAtKEt10AH SK: : equipped largely responsible projection room.for the well loons which with served many as colored favors.bal- Both for Limead

i TMs sea I I _LESLIE DIAPER RASH .rah' ,dlapor..., The summer program was 'attended Geraldme received many lovely $2
with"M4lhlnf. medicate X.VCO-BO-BOU by a large group of boyr gifts from her friends which were ,
willi trod by IIMPIUII tor ov.r aa rs. Mow "
r s. and girls. 'opened and 5c
EDWARD ARNOLD SPRING BYINGT8N Md for mil minor akin Irritation Aiall Approximately one' displayed.Mrs. ,
dnnmlat..' Mono? buck. If hot plnmrd.LYCOBOROL hundred members of the public Gay was assisted .In (Plus Tax) _
Plus latest News & "Diving Dandies Also. "JllI glo Man-Killer. serving -
** Sport school system were In attendanceat cake, Ice ;cream, bubble '
Short gum!
Short & "Farm Foolery" Cartoon some time during this summer.II:and candy to the guest.,bv Mrs.

Frances: Dansby, ,Mrs..' Elouise 4 Our ''prescription service assures you quality

r Goodman, Mrs. Pate Gassett and a"::3
Mrs. Macon King. ; drugs at minimum prices. Let us fill your

tiftfin i About 60 of Geraldlne'a little ;:: next prescription and be convinced that your''
Swe in friends
and their
mothers enjoyed
this affair.WSCS satisfaction is guaranteed. in price, quality &
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B B. Alverez reo Mr. T. T, Long and sons Tom Miss Prlcllla Cox of Live Oak IL J. Ly.itt returned last week- Cheri and Johnny Redgrave of -, -- -'- ::-: =. _::--:::::::' --- -_::. : -- ---.- _. -:::. ..,;-,,;:. ::::;;-"-:;::_. '::::;;"'-;
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home vacation in'Irglnta. Germany, where they spent the grandmother, Mrs. D. U. Silcox:, vacation In Atlanta and WaycroBB, tl-ne here visiting their father, Starke,

three .Turin the return past year with Col. Long:, who 1, Straw hats \\t off at Ailnrez. Ga. John Redgrave.Mr. 120 rcNst. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE FIrlda a

vl jelted frlneds In Wash- stationed there. At present Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rennolda Star Brand school shoes! for and Mrs J. E. Hardy and

y cVnd Norfolk Va. Long and sons are with her returned to their home In Falatka boys & girls at STUMP'S.Mrs daughters, Janet and Jane, attended -
D. BO" left taSt brother-in-law and sister, Mr Sunday after spending two weeks the O. W. Barry family reunionIn GUARANTEED REPAIRS:
DOrothY- two we k'e vaC and Mrs. T. H. Slade on Kingsley here visiting Mrs W B. Alexan. W. Faxon and daughter, Brooker last Sunday.
tot5 York n City. Lake but will soon occupy their der. Donna Dee returned.tr their horn Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens Llghters-
are house on Washington Street. here last :weekend after spendingtwo Sale on Fortunct Casual Shoe,,
and 1 Mrs. L DVlnlngr Complete photographic Ilen'l..e.lIollywOOd weeks visiting Mra. Faxon'* &4.9.1, 6.95, $7.0"%. Smart Shoppe. "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-It Just Like Money To Mei"Ray !
weeks' vaca- :Mr. and Mrs. Thomson of Mon. CaIn.Girt.. .
several Shop son-ln-law and daughter, Capt. Mr and Mrs, L K, Whiteheadand
g N. C. tlcello spent last weekend;: here vlaItng" oppoHlte Florida Theatre\ I'h. 265 Marlin
JetrrJ'9on and Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr., In Sum- children. Stephen and Kathy
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011 SIJIIppt"Kedrtteo. On their return Sunday afternoon Joyce Humphrey of Baltimore Miss, ter S. .C.Leila' Summer. Drain Clearance.Drome : visited Baldwin Whitehead's Sunday. parents In __. ___ ._ __ _.__ __ -_, -, _- -.-'"'--_ _-_-_- --,'-""_ -_-.-_-__,,-.,._..._, --n_.__-_- _.- _,
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oreen Jacksonville\ Saturdaypending and Evelyn, remained to spend this two weeks' vacation Wednesday here to spend and a "* that were $1.98 to $14.03. i Raincoats for school children . . .
;n her at ARE NOW $4, 5, $6. and $7. --, .'
months week here. at STUMP'S.Miss p- -
two St. Augustine Beach with Mr and
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hogan and
grandparents, 1I4r and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. Knight Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. I Sue Biggs. and Miss PeggyCaldwell
cr Mr. and Mrs. O E. Mller spent
L. D. Green returned recently after a short vacation Miss Joan Carpenter returned Thursday afternoon oof last weekIn : left Wednesday for St. Shop AtDENMARK'S
and Mr', W. j. Dodd, Jr., .. on Daytona Beach home last weekend after' spendinga Jacksonville. I Augustine where they will spend IJ

lIy returned last week Miss Lula Wiggins of Tampa Is week In Daytona Beach visit Mr. and Mrs Bob Long and several days at the home of Col.. '

pending several weeks visMrs spending several days here visiting ing Miss Suzanne Ramsey and daughter Billie Ann of Columbus, and Mrs 0.. W. Griffin.! -
and W. J. Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and other friend ... .
Ir. Ga., are spending a 10 day vacation -
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Gilmore were $7.98 to $11.05 Gene Long and Mr. and :Mrs. E.
lfJ.leamnee) daughter. Kay, returned recently ARE NOW 14, 5, $6, and '7. O. Long of the State Farm. "e"""" y Roont Beautiful!
on all cotton after spending three days vlsitln Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Colson and
( I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hogan JJ
mttrt Shoppe. relatives In Baxley, Ga. K 3-Plece VeJour
'tt & j5. family spent last Sunday night were guests at a party at Jacksonville eMg .
with Mrs. M. M. Moody of Jack. M
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sonville. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrison. : r Living Room
airy Branch of Bargains in back-to-school ..rl. & Sat., Aug. 18 19

clothes for boys & girls at Good honest shoes at downto DOUBLE FEATURE '

INSURANCEC STUMP'S. earth prices for boys & Suits

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle, Jr, girls at STUMP'S. the PecosWith
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---- Saturday to spend Mr. and Mrs. Bob Long and a Choice)

the weekend here visiting Mr and daughter, Billie Ann of Columbus, 2 Club' Chairs & Sofa :
Mrs. W O. Hallle Sr. Ga., spent last week at tile E. J. Rat Cameron
C C. {WALL AGENCYPLEASE Mr. and Mrs. :M. F. Hazen had Dowllng cottage on Klngaley PLUS
as their guests Tuesday Mrs.tJ11Ie Lake.

PHONE. 146 Cone. Annette and John Miss Patsy Benton I H, spending Master Minds New Low Price Of - $169.50
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Constant Service Over 50 Years of Brookef. Ga. Leo Goroey &; Bowery Boys

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stoles REPAIRFIDIII. monthly
\ Machlnen Reasonable -

11 I.. ......_......All- .Model...ra.e..... eml term-Annu.L and' and special Annual Quarterly term. ,
(al., r. MIIPPIIKHII for farmerM Come In to see us
[ In your homeFOR .tt i.oOll1G IDf;. r 7G .
'*0 1 HAPLINO of any kind ... ---I.' 1d'
.llly Jtiknnn, Jackson Tran.- .. .. I ri1f"V1 fI"
0, Ph. lU or 49-W. t FREW TELEVISIOV: IN TOUR $Ie.
HOMEI! PHONE; 2391! cha C. u. r
'Shepherd Kadkna! Seat Cover ,; .. .
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IARLFS{ C. SHEPHERD NOTICE: Anybody having 'cows for .: : .i''
a Madison St*.. Stark ale. contact' Ovid Lewis, 122 Stock-!oJ. --, .. -- can ice this man has made Follow him on his spirited way With all its outsize room, Interior
8th St, or J. E. Price 140H 1 YOU
ELL ton St,. Ph. a.llu k Jax. tt ". mark in life, and while his as he pilots this lively motorcar luxury and exterior grace-with
YOUR TIMBER -- ,- - -
NOW heart's still young through traffic. Even the Ughtall its front-rank prestige, rare
; .
P est t Cash Prices Paid TILEW : LoN / : NAjaoa I If'tAIUNG weights are no match for this performance and matchless tide --
4 I You can tell he likes action for his
with the
la.tall alt ..I.... .C tile la aid road-steady husky-not a ROADMASTER can be yours for
ILL BUY IN BULK .r eiew .t............. I .. money-that he knows a fine car 152horsepower straight-eight less than soma smaller cars cost :
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OR IN UNITEDWIN Hard Tile for baths &; kitchen 4 needn't be the most expensive to Fireball engine that purrs bee :.

Armstrong's Resllent. TIle for I CV1I'IOvr.v. give the greatest value. neath its bonnet. In fact, even if you had a fortune : :

W: PECK noon such an Asphalt Tile -s r to spend, you couldn't make amore ...
| r John W. Turner Cork Tile, Linoleum TUe &; '" .. M.... I Yes, such are the things you knoW'M fortunate buy in the fine-car :
P. beside him at the next ;
0. Box 463 Yard Good, Rugs, etc. of any man, when you note ane'lveI'; field. :
Gainesville Fla.. light. Then just try, to get
Ala* Mohawk Carvctlaa- his car Js a ROADMASTER..top ,
\
FREE ESTIMATES. Put set ... away as smoothly, swiftly and So / '
'me a post; card and I Call as for a on your : Drive we suggest you try a few
-ill silently as Dynaflow gets minutes behind the wheel. We're
tOme see you: car and enjoy a his nADM\STE go.ngnd
JUDD TILE CO.M. : confident they will convince you
li1(!? WANTED: la pound for R. Judd TOOK AT 1NI keeps it rolling without shifting,
11 railno pant. or Ph. 5'le-JHOraRw1YESI Stark* new riding thrill! Prices\ that ROADMASTER has everything
DSUYered
Bradford even automatically.
JJ County TeUfwrit.V Pave ......1' ..* .helro.r $0 Typical\ you could ever ask for in any
>...lirheith. .hrTARKH estai ... IUIC" motorcar-although Buick
'OR RM1S: The Bradford JEll'KV I)AIRV ...t.-. Everything, a tin can t' "S; oN less your ,
7 Telegraph will pay So Need .11. Fresh. dally. 341e pee JJut don't waste time merely endealer asks a good bit less for

'I''fornelfintr-I old.'Cotton rag.. ....t..delivered la d< .llk t\Sae.. year ejt. door.lit.llama 8 all -S".CJld," MoD: -::... $2134.00 vying the man in this great carl ROADMASTER than you might pay

III'r.p daring': CHILDREN In my FOR RENT: Gas.. itatlon US ,mo.grocery Will, does ",,,,,! J, wkt........"wl* ...1.._. "I.. Why not emulate him for other top-line cars.SS ;'

ral... atrp Ihe. Clyde W..k. Prlut.Itp R.a.on. sail llvlnaquarter stock and '1tar"vff,1'"sells ., pot 410 218.00 I
for hoaand cow. traction 6$2 i
Greater l
1-25 .,4 ho Be.eoutboard motorp.rf.ct .. 1 lskk IPtCIAL lito...,...utrh.
.\, !:, t R.mlnllton Porta. condition 16" or trad.Hav .aleI5c Easier st..ring'' dent. Sedo"'It ..
1 ttwii roacarrying. ca... .. fryer a tat hen. bo for..: 125. rr IACDI12 Yw rw kwkt
ojo'i. T.. Ib. E. R. Hammond. b- Quicker stopping .. A-tI" $2463.00
., rm h15
trod Bradford rt. 1, /Stark (I ml. outb on sure "po. awrww,
County T.l. way. 100). Lets driving fatigue t.daa .........., I
wy I IIACDIL
3ALE' 75.000 I FOR REST >-rm. cottage. withc'reen.d Fewer car rattles t PJ 768{I.....'.....1 I'J ,
' Mlwlonary all modern .
rrl' .hower wIvlek '
porch
"e 4. t,runner.*k. Mr.new".*..ready. Rt. 'convenience*. Madleon)1".1.. HP.fcfllmmnn GREATER MILEAGI IO rv.... ... jsi39.nGreen
lipILC *. 114 W rn 2..r . .. ... / / / /
Cushion out .
Ve II'"
decorated turn 1 Super- ...hiMWO" _. ..._...
: Newly .
I.ra"h.ry FOR RENTS r t
plot at.. AL.hnut .. .11001EI.ct. N .... 31
apt. %hlo..k from hl..11 performs conventional .....tend.r+ tit o' ..... ye.y
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A. Ed. pt\etM1 1'ft,6. :
roll.north of Refrigerator er. .to. ) () ; ... .....
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:", litarkenvlli. '. /laul.. .......... .. -.11"''''' lit. \\fIt.
$85 mo. Mrs. A. I/! l'ht Ores In all the. Important ,,-
hhl'h..I' 1lpry 1M-W. "'1i :..::\..,,-. -r.: .;::: _.... All
;:::h OR "ALE: MOd..rn 5-m. waytl' w.,.? Itl" ... ..I....... ....-.
*"'. nor room' dining room FOR BALEflood T- 'H.bethrom. I bedrooms. "1 .ewlna; machine
:: Slice ,ml. east DC Starks "Jp
".k" ?! ". i Hi
101 .. Agnr. Switch
lie 4k' M"pp. P.no.:I Klna-eley'Lake road as low as fe Super I
Sutler, Fla. ie I houoo. Terms Too.'I.hENRILAROS.A/CN.wa4..e.yM.dq.w.fe' '_
.A t4t7.: }fo..llold FOR RENT.. Reference S-rm. modem APply 410 Cushions today.W.11 1IIIIIZIP"411'! ':: I 1'i: I"0"' =< ,...=-- W' "'= r J\I\ I .kt i
"a Fu..ltor..1 |]( .0. tiP
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ti plet.klhh.n B.t (porcelain Center St.. SKrkeATTENTION buy the unused mil *
, ladI, eta lie ros TA mpsnn : Southland 5 ofWEEKI **
N. IfARMERS-. Plant City.biorida. I I
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tip F.o..n Food age .In your presenttires. -
'
1L d..lr.. contract "I"n
real r.n", burnal from a broccoli acr (if Rules
.tav; yield have the Company-
If Ou
I ssi. 1.110 the Starki area.
Ca a 15..1. { O
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. write'
_....t fi ....n at Whit..'. Blad.n loam type. .aol.' \ -
of
"'''rk. "'hool_ tip Owen. Field K Pr elrmlV'Plant! :
rt4L of Southland. F.oa..n. I. to b. CENTER 225 Temple Ave. Phone 226 Starke Florida
broe"oll SERVICE -
,. Th
,Clt Via" 11.- ,
"fa :flu.7jTklrfeThts= .. on. near OPt. 1. 1150. for rI.I.

, I'J"=y h.at".,."Rout and..b.twn In tb.'N planted ,..and p.c.mh.r.until ytp;Janua.Y.F.bruarJ' [ ..J5 15 I. state .... 200 (,,... ...) at !'. City Limits I.i i 4 i

:!y'a'4' .'"moo:,,-olll.and pin'ylbS5f h. d.t..rm'n..t. Wa 1(11 ". mo""''''' > Sector D. Goodman. Owner. Stark, ..... I. fU ......... r >WHEN urna AUTOMOSUS AU SIMT SUKK-wu BUU--Tads )- .. j A"'t T

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PAQE s BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAFIZ STARKE FLORIDA hID.AY ACGCBT 11,

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_! were dinner guests of Mrs. Sue
Crossville Tennessee, and an ex- send and their son Dub, and Myrick of Lake Geneva Wednes t t fw I
tended sight-seeing trip throughthe daughter Norma Gall Mr. and LONG BRANCH RISING day
:
STATE FARMBy southern states. Their visit Mra. and Mrs. W.. C. Kills and of Lake Ge- cI MAGNOLIA:
Sue
Mrs Myrick
Mr. Edward Norman
Godwin at their granddaughters, Sally and 4
Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld with Warrant Officer By Mr*., J. L. Strickland of
M. Myrick
Mrs. B.
this time waa occasioned by the Ruby Jenkins all of Lake Butler, neva and 0,0 FISH
Carl and Arvll FlUyaw of California Jones Honored Gainesville were Saturday night
c!: : : fact that he ia returning to dutyin Gordon I trsisrls
Lawn Parry Japan. and Roy FlUyaw of Jack- Mrs. Helen Ayres of Newport Gordon J, Jones was honored on guests of Mrs. Robert Myrick.
aonville. News, Va., la visiting her parents the occasion of hit 28th birthday and d
Thursday evening August 10, Robert Markham of Gainesvillewas Mrs. Harry Alderman .
and Mrs. Jim Strickland.She
Rev.
the with surprise birthday
the luncheon guest of Mr. Mr and Mrs. Milo Selgler and anniversary a of
a group of young people enjoyed a and Mrs. R. M. Markham"Sunday.; their son, Mike, spent Saturday will be remembered as the dinner given by his family at granddaughter Joyce Herring ,FREE !
party on the lawn at the homeof Mrs. Cecil Brannen and little night and Sunday with Mr. and former Miss Mildred Fields their home here Sunday. Plant City, Were visiting Mr. and MARKET

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram. son, Glenn, of Lake Butler spent Mra. Bryan Whitfield. The Selg- Clarence Lang and Franklin Among: those enjoyng the Jones' Mrs. H. M. McRae and other For Prompt FREE Removalof
Recorded music and games afforded Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave lera now reside in Lake Butler Manning were with us In Sunday hospitality on this occasion were relatives this week. Dead, Crippled, &Worth. 804 E. Call St-
entertainment A lovely plate Thornton. where Mrs. Selgler !la a member school last Lord's day after being Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roberson and Miss Geraldine Fender was via-, less Cattle, Horses, Mules,
supper was served to those present Mr. and Mrs. Durwood WIlliamsand of the high school faculty while absent for some time by Clarence children Leon and Margie Sue, Open All
who including Johnnie Frances their children James and< Mr. Selgler is completing hla being In Jacksonville and Franklin of Dundee; Mrs. Rachel Green of Iting Miss Judy Halstop of Rising & Hogs Day Thuj'

and Bobby Crews of Starke Caro- Kathryn of Pensacola came Tuesday studies at F. S. V. Tallahassee.Mr I In Georgia. Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Sunday. Call 132, StarkeWE Special I> [loe to
lyn Crews and her visitors Ruth I of 'Jacksonville Barnes Mrs Maggie Norman Jo Arley McRae attended the Jun- Chin-eta,Cetc.
to visit Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. and Mrs. W. O. Godwin of Mr. and Mrs. Dupre -
and Lillian Clemon of Miami Del- Williams. Gainesville were guests of Mr. and .were guests of her nice, Ann Norman Mr. and Mrs. Edward ior American Legion Baseball ALWAYS COME 1 It ns supply you fag,

bert Crews, and Virginia and Son- During the past week Harry Tyson Mrs. J. G. Godwin last weekend. Mrs. Richard Lang. Norman and grandsons Tournament In Wauchula last Florida Renderers .Q Fish Fries.We have paper )
ny Engram. of Miami visited Mr. and :Mrs Eugene and Julius ;Jonen.) Mr. week. ,
: Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and Minnie and Hester Starlingwere napkins forks & .
R. H. Tyson briefly having come their eon Billy were guests of visiting their mother Mrs. Jones received many nice gifts in Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas INC. spoon
For ths past two weeks Nancy to accompany his daughters, Linda Mr. and Mrs. L. J. North in Lettie Starling, and other relatives memory of the occasion.: and children of Brooker :were visiting -
and Barbara Bates have been and TerlAnn, home following Longwood from Friday until over the weekend. They Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr.
visiting their grandmother, Mra. their stay with their grandpar' Monday. were accompanied by their cousin Mrs. Albert Snipes and children and Mrs. H. Lewis Sunday.
H. O. Bates, Jr., In St. I and of Alabama *
Petersburg ents.Mr. Following the regular Methodist Ernest Sheaffer Hoye Shirley H. H. Lewis Is _vlsitng his
having returned home with her and Mrs. R. C. Long and< Church services in Raiford Ruben Mosley was chicken were visiting Mrs. Maggie Norman -: brother, W. M. Lewis of Plant 11111 ALVAREZ' STORE Men's th
after ahe had spent the weekend daughter, Blllle 'Ann, of ColumbusGeorgia Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. hungry last week so he came toStrickland's and Mr. and Mrs. Edward City, this week. Established 1894Starling's
here with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. arrived to Norman last week.
Monday spend
O. Engram entertained at their
and bought 10 of Mr., Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall ,and
Bates m. I
,
this past week with Mr. and Mrs. home the Rev. D. E. Welst fLake Belt's fryers. Miss JoAnn Norman returned visiting [
Mr. and Mrs. J. children of Jacksonville were
G. to
Godwin and E. C. Long. Butler the minister of the Dottle Fields has recovered home Jacksonville recently
their son, Harold, returned Thursday Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs: church, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hart from her recent operation sufficiently after visiting her father, Joe Nor here Sunday.
of last week following a M. D. Young were Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins to come see home folks man and aunt, Mrs Laura Jack- Mr. and Mra. T. N. Norman, GROCER
visit with Warrant Officer W. F. W. E. and their Tom- I :Mr.
FlUyaw son, of Raiford Mrs. Marion again. She and the children spent son.Mrs. of Hellbronn were visiting
Godwin. and Mrs Godwin In mle Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tcwm- Crews, Jr., and Carolyn Crews Sunday with ua. Mrs. Nellie Wil- ." Maggie Norman returned ; and Mrs McRae Sunday. & MARKE
.,. and her guests Ruth Clemons and kerson Is Improving in health also recently from Valparlso where she
Crewa.. visited her daughter Mrs. Cecil CARD OF THANKS
Bobbv and says she feels much better
R. B. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE Mr. and Mrs. J. O.Caldwell had than she did before her Yecent op Thomas major, operation who recently but la underwenta improving We wish to thank our friends in Corner Call & Cherry Street Starke
CO. as their guests Sunday and Monday eration. Stark for their kindnesses and Price Good Thru August 19 Quantity Eights Reserved
now.
Mr. and Mra. Mack Young The Rev. Strickland preachedat words of sympathy during our
Eugene and Julius Jones,
L1iav A51 ''Rj t. We operate local and their sons, Robert and Henryof Long Branch church last Thursday Umatilla are spending two weeks bereavement. We appreciate these
.ss I" Ocala. night to a good congregation kind acts more than words can
.. I with their grandparents Mr. and
long distance When Joyce Davis returned Much interest was shown and express.-Mrs. Ernest Roberts and
Edward Norman. T-Bone
A 1, |anywhere In' V. B.EXCELLENT from a visit with her relatives,I I four ministers were present, the Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and family. Sirloin or LSteak

/ Mrs. Nancy Crews and family of Rev. James Conway the Rev. S. daughter Carolyn were visiting
II Macclenny, Tuesday of last week, Dobb the Rev. Clarence Knightand his brother and alster-in-Iaw, Mr

STORAGE she was accompanied by Irene the Rev. Percy Knight and Mrs Thurman Jones, in Uma- Let Us Thoroughly
4q Crews who was her guest until Last Sunday the Rev. Waller tllla last weekend.We .
FACILITIES Saturday. At this time Joyce Is asked the Rev. Gordon from are glad to welcome Mr. and Wash Your Clothes 55Swansdown
:Agents For the visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mount Zion to preach for us, and Mrs. A. C. Ellis of Miami to our ,
Noland In Orlando having return- I he delivered a message everyone section they have purchased the 9 Pounds "
DelcherBros. eed home with them after they enjoyed and appreciated. In Sun- Karl Morstein property. .
See us first! spent last weekend here with Mr. day school 27 of the 9t enrolled Robert Norman la. visiting hU For 40clFREE !

and Mrs. A. 'c. Davis. Part of her were present sister Mrs. Laura, Jackson, in
stay in Central Florida will be Here at the Mission Station Jacksonville this week. Bleach If Desired I Ie
spent at a lake with her hosts. Sunday we had 20 in Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradley had aa school, including one visitor. We .
their supper guosts the Rev, and have 19 on roll. We have eight Self Rising 25 lb.b
Mrs. John Strickland and their on the cradle roll and 10 In our PINE LEVELBy Will
We
VURi!\ SERVICE I SlOll children Mary, Bud, Thomas, extension department, and four.of
Mrs. II.
M. McRae
Martha and Ruth Ann of Raiford the cradle roll and two of our ex-; Dry 'Your Clothes
PHONE 189 and the Rev. R. C. Gray of Hampton tension enrollees attended Sunday .

State Roads 100 & 200 who Is directing the singing school. We wish ,we could get The Rev. and Mra.' W. E. Hall For 20c Flour 1 1We
them all into
STARKE, FLORIDA during the present revival at the Sunday school and
are attending revival
RalforJ Baptist church. church. We had a good crowd a meeting In New Automatic Driers!
OPEN 5 A.MTILL 11 P.M. Following an extended visit with present Sunday night here at the at Misses Lakeland this week.
Juanita Joann Alva.
and
,,, ,, It. and Mrs. A. C. Davis, Mrs \ house for preaching service and
last
rez spent Wednesday of week
we are thankful for this.SUNNYBROOK. .
Pure Tires, Tubes Batteries M.Rhoden returned to her home In with Miss Pansy Crosby of Sun-
Baker County Saturday. nybrook. '

And Accessories L. D. Dobbs and his family Miss Shirley McRa was a dinner -

"" I.were hosts at a family re-union at Starke guest of Miss Shirley Kelly in The WasheteriaTemple have many, many more specials-Be auto

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car their home Sunday. Guests In. Miss Wanda Crosby Mrs Sunday.B. M. McRae and Mrs. Ave. Starke get one of our handbills!

by the new Silicone process ..::.. The new eluded relatives from this ares Vesta Myrick and daughter, Kathy
way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 and from Jacksonville and some Mrs. :Mabra Galloway left Sun- -
intImate friends. At noon a delicious day to accept. teaching positionin
e WATERPROOF a Corrosion Resistant! covered dish dinner was en- Brentwood school at Jacksonville -

joyed under the trees.. Mrs.. Reid I
Davis and her two little daughters, Calvin Ward and daughter, AMERICA'S
Dianne and Gall, of Jacksonville Mary Ella recently visited relatives LOWEST
remained for several days with in Georgia. They were ac-'H.

.the Dobbs.. companied home by little Gloria .
Mr. and Mrs John P. Turney Ward who will visit for three

and their children of Jacksonvillewere weeks.
visitors of Mr. and 'Mrs. C. Mrs. Floyd Crosby returned to
SUPERIORin M Turney Sunday. Little Miss her home here Thursday of last 'u"ais1

Mary Carol and John Jr.. remained week following recuperation from i TRUCK

every sense of fine and upright for here several with days.their grandparents Jacksonville an operation in Riverside Hospital, < ,. .PRICED

modern serving and unusual carefulness Mrs. W, G. 'Stringfellow and Mr. and Mrs. Arthuh Bennett
Miss Melba of Tavares and Mrs. N. A. Jones
t in guarding against needless expense Strlngfellow, who war
at home from. Jacksonville for the and David Burns, of Jacksonville
+ weekend visited Mr. and Mra. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd WITH OIL FILTER,
ri ri
George Manassa in Green Cove Crosby Sunday afternoon.. II1M
c Springs Saturday and brought Mrs Louise Crosby and, Mrs. OIL BATH AIR CLEANER
tittle Cecil Manassa home with Essie Crosby have completed the
DeWITT C. JON'ESPhone
them for a.week's visit. summer school session at the University
of Florida in Gainesvilleand -
7 Fla. En route to their homes in Lake
Starke
will resume their teaching du-
Worth
from
a vacation trip tc C
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Hendersonville, N. C., Mr.:and Mrs ties Monday.
K. Mr., and Mrs. Olin Johnson and 4.,
W. Parka and their
local funeral home enables us to otter conveniences and and Buddy, and Mrs. Ruby sons,Parka Billy daughter of Miami, were guests of ,"., "
services not otherwise available.' were overnight guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner last :- u ir rr iwww

,, Mr. W. O. Stringfellow week. .
Friday
,
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We are pleased to that
report
Sympathy is extended 'to
Mr.
We furnish the highest type 'service at lowest prices and and Mrs. Ernest Yarborough In little Larry Crosby,,'confined to 11'r
accept ANY life Insurance poUcy in! force issued by ANT the death of the former's mother, Glendale Hospital, Palatka for the M 'r.nYl//.
company, .. payment in part or In full on a funeral. Mrs. Mary'' Yarborough, on Aug. past four ,weeks .ia showing Im-

Consultation carries no obllgauon.E ust 9, 1930.: The deceased was 91 provement. '
W. C. Crosby of Webster wasthe
yeaara of age. In addition to Mr
guest of his parents the Rev
Yarborough she is survived by
another and :Mrs. C. A. Crosby, last week. ,
son, Ed .
Yarborough and
seven Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and
I E EXTRA SPECIAL! I great-grandchildren.grandchildren Mrs.and seven Yar children are spending two weeksIn

I borough died In Daytona Beach the E. K..Ferryman.. cottage on
Klngsley LakeMr
t.INLn and funeral services and Intermentwere
and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof
held there Saturday.

f.fJi ; 'During: the past week "Mr. and Lake here City over were Pte weekend.visiting relatives No ether full else. 6-eylInder pickup truck has.a lover list/ HERE'S WHY THE FORD PICKUP WILL
M.narleS Thornton arrived price! than today's Ford Model F-lI.I it .

BY ACME EXPERT tL.u from Huntington. Va., to visit > Ford Truck users say there's no other pickup that gets more... work DO MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR!
h WITH ACME PARTS Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thornton. TtH done for J less money spent on gas,oQ and repairs.

Qlyaasc. r have gether with their hosts they also t ,t Yes, Ford Trucks are engineered to do more per dollar. You can Thrifty 95-h.p. 6-cylliuier engine V-8 available al alight" erhe"
visited relatives In-
,1 S lon, Archer Lake Butler DUMel- see It In the big rugged 6i-ft.-long all-steel body which measures over cost Gat-tavlna LoadomatU Ignition Ughlwelght oluml
: City. Mrs. Charles Thornton and Lake Is 4 ft. wide. You can feel it In the surge of power developed by the num alloy pUlens Oyre-Orip ten pedal clutch Ear
lt now with her 000 thrifty 95-h.p.Ford"Six." hypold. mar
parents in San shifting Synchro-Silent trantmltden. Husky
MI Delgo California having gone fora Come In today and let us show you why more truck users are axle* Airplane-type; sheck abterbers, front and rear *
stay of several weeks, and Mr. .. switching! to Ford...the truck W"
Thornton la here awaiting an assignment that: costs !leas the truck 45 cuU.ft. all- leel body "Million Dollar" Cab with Air
e"f f by a Florida railroad that lasts longer Over 275 ventilator and Level Action suspension Bonn Built tom

., .l l since he completed training at the /IfJlt ::je.JZ..... .yea models to choose from. ttructlon which mean big re erv*. of strength and pews." .
West Virginia telegraphic school f
1.. +Lal Mr. and Mra. A,'C. Davis and
i d cln e. their son. Clifton, visited Mr. and -
Mrs. J. B. Strickland in Gainesville
N I Sunday. They were joined You Can'tSTRETCH i
I there by Mr. and Mra. Lyle Noland AMERICA'S NO.1
12.95 and their little daughter and

run Joyce Davis who were en route
as,. CASH to Orlando and by Mr. and Mrs .:

rwci Marcus Reddish and their sons of A $5,000 Fire Policy to '.; .
MAIL ORDERS FILLED SEND $1.00 DEPOSIT Hellbronn Springs, thus" having
10-DAY TRIAL PLAN ONE TEAR GUARANTEE the family circle complete. cover a $10,000 Lost I I' ;

EVENING DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN 14'" HU" c K I'ILUE' ,
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1- -Acme- Vacuum- -Stores- Keystone Heights Get Charley Our Inventory E. Johns Booklet ; 4.Madison.. : &!)

By Kay Beall ,
I 412 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. I Ir Age -
I would like a free home demonstration of a fully1 II cy
Episcopalians of
Keystone
and
I guaranteed Rebuilt Etectrolnx: Vacuum Cleaner I outlying districts will be happy to Prone 11 STABKE. FLA.

complete with 7 attachments for 912-93. hear that the Rev. Fred Terkes ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

NAME ..- of Melrose will again hold a 9'clock
I I IL
ADDRESS ___ ) worship service Sunday .

CITY .. : ? .. ? --j-- STATE ,, morning In the office of Miss Kate ,
I ir YOU ujy ON MUKAL' ouTr. Wit" Mansfield In the McElvey BuildIng (.l.ar' *e.euN TNAVCUUta..Hartfw '
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- J '. .* I & Adarris Streets .. STARKE, FLA. t Telephone 115

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__ ..._ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.'FLOftl'fA 1nAalmaltw9at'<<
.u.- raw past weeK. if
Improve children.
PIONAI. ment continues she expects to I Baldwin were Virginia visiting and Fay. of Starke visited Mrs. Kersey's parents ter. Loraine, are visiting relatives Wednesday of last week. A...... TATa OP. FLORIDA. TO ''In next four weefclr leeues.
be home by Sunday. relatives In Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, In Bristol this week. C cll fnlh tfutherliind, whoa r Lawtey last : :
weekend Chula Vista, Drive,! this August
J* no eel at Starke Florida
I Brookins last ,
Ray Sunday. Miss Smith In I..U Cnart. Bradford CfmmlTiFlorida
C. Sweeneyntnn son of Mr. and Bob Qulnell Mrs. T. J J. C Burllnsamo, CelltornlaYou 10, 1950.OFFICIAL.
r !II"" Terry Mrs. .
Royal 1
81 Mrs Orville Brookins la of Tampa Is visiting went home with her sister for a Ia S. ChaKCCTT.William Plaintiff are required to appear on 8ep- ( BEAD A. X.: Thomas.A .
getting Shelton Sutherland. vs.
Mrs .
his cousin Freddie Moore. Joyce Futch and DetenientCase t mber It, 1850. In the above namodCourt
visit there. said Court.
along CcolU of
Fena Sutherland Clerk
very nicely
at the Alachua son. Ralph, visited Mrs. and oauae, wherein plaintiff
Lake VMtor Mr. and Mrs W. Terry's No. 8032 T. !>.. .
peeks divorce liradforit County 137 Myrtle
guests In the nome oft County Hospital after an emergency .Kersey of Mrs. Hubert Priest and daugit.n. sister, Mrs. J. L. Jones, of Ormond Order of Publication A.4 N.tte. T., Telegraph shall publl.h this Order .lii't4'fl( 11

and Mrs, Jjeaston Wynn In- O. E.appendectomy Matchett Sunday. 60-t ..._....,_. .. .... ,_ _.- -" _. .. .. -'U'_'_'_'_' _. -.- ._, ..... _,_ ... II _._._._, I _.. _._....... WI'. .....-.... '" .., .,... b
Sr. left
Edward Le OaUola, on Satur.
'")Jlnd Va., aunt of Mr.. day for a week's visit with his 'I
BchZnleft this week for' daughter In Baltimore, Maryland \
,
to vlalt other relaberore Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmons of '
carolina returning to here Richmond, Va., visited briefly with PROFESSIONAL \
Wallace!, Cerro Oordo, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney last Thurs .
Jim .
MaysvlUo, day Miss Ruth Sibley Theressa. ,
I{ fc, Clean Cooper
I Lodenburger, Alberdlne was the Sunday dinner guest of

'.John and of M-1-Keystone and Mrs-Heights.S. E' Miss Freddie Norma Jane Sweeney.Dees and two 1:" : .]

IIfd lady livid WOIIt tall younger to sisters their of home Plant Ciity Saturday. returned COMMUNITY HEALTH PLAN'' :

IOn, Richard Alvin was born after a week's visit with relatives
and Mra Elliott Westt all, here. 'Itl
[Tuesday Ir\. August 8, In North Miss Georgia Brannen, of LakeI M\AV FOR THE FUTURE HEALTH SECURITY OF. THE CITIZENS OR J 'f ,

'da Clinic, Starke. The West- land, In vlsltlnb her grandparents,, ""
recently moved to Hampton Mr. and Mrs. J: "
J. Brannen
Starke, but are originally' On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bradford and Union Counties Florida
West Virginia. Church They now ward Saxon, Miss Martha Home, !

Christian pars .
py the/ and Otto Hicks, 3v., enjoyed visit .

Sean. Wynn land.Little to Plant City. Tampa and Lake- ALL AGES ALL RACES 'BOTH SEXES

Ir! and Mrs. J. C. Wynn are Linda Norman, of Hell- I .
Liclng\ the arlval of a laugh- bronn recently was the overnight '
Linda Susan, on Thursday guest; of her cousin, Sue Chastaln. w?
, Lt 11, In Alachua Mrs. Woodrow Hinson of Jacky THIS NEW MODERNIZED HEALTH SECURITY PLAN PROVIDING SUCH LIBERAL BENEFITS

hits), Gainesville. Mrs. W Mr.sonville and, was the guest Sunday of af FOR SUCH A VERY LOW COST, IS AVAILABLE TO YOU DURING A SPECIAL. ENROLLMENT ',;
| daughter returned to their Mrs. Douglas Hardy. t ?
Inhere this week. Mrs. F. B. Hall of Gainesville, PERIOD.. FROM .
,was visiting Mrs. Carl Brown here

torment[at. Manlre services for Cecil last Mr.:week.and Mrs. E. D. Allen and August 21 1950 To September 2 1950 Ii I

[mnlre, of Jacksonville who family have been visiting in.Jack- ,
j wddenly on Thursday of last vllle.Mr.
}k.were held in the town ceme- and Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh I
L Sunday afternoon, follorvftineral Mr. ..
on and Mrs. L. .
Bedenbaugh and '
[! services In Starke. He ]Mis. Ruby Bedenbaugh were visitors ( Professional Conununltx i -- -- [r Professional' C Colftffitinifj .

I made his home in Hampton to'Jacksonville! Sunday. $$;*s Health Plan Pays: ,&**. Health Plan Pays2.
[:many years before moving to Mrs. R. C Gray Jr., of Tampa
lixmvllle, and had a large num- spent the weekend here. 1teei "Sefcte Slid 4e6&eeejitt '
[of friends here. He was akierlnlaw. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Eiland and T
of Mrs. Louise Ma. Mr. and Mrs Don McLone of Ho- I I

mosassa spent Saturday and Sun.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Mends\ are glad to hear of the Watterson and visited their aunt, THE 1950 PLAN .
hued: Improvement of Mrs. Mrs. Eva Pearce
who Is lllln Jack- I
Pearce, who has been critic- sonville. &;tlv ti 71
Ill In a Jacksonville hospital

_._" u _6 ',: -1",' \ Every Man, Woman and! Child eligible to apply during: enrollment period. 1.IJ ]

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION LAWTEY ,+t #,y :41i'i 1: :,t"f\'II\ Every disease or illness known to Medical Science is covered. ; 11 11IC

L II. Futcb .\ Every conceivable accident is covered.

.' 6.00 Per Day Up To | Up to $100.00 On Surgery,
PHARMACISTS Mrs. Norman Honored .\ $600.00 Every person should find out about this great plan.I '
1 I
Mrs. Gladys Carter and Mr.. J. Norman entertained at the

home shower of for Mrs.Mrs.Carter Truman.with Norman a stork : Hospitals Gladly Accept This Plan on Any; Hospital Costs I Ia

Thursday The Pew of Baptist last week.Minister Doctors Recommend Voluntary; Prepaid Health Insurance Such As This Plan i]]'

Rev. J. V.Robinson of Live Oak,
a graduate of the Baptist Seminary .
of New Orleans, La., has f .I. See an Enrollment Representative for your Health security.
been called to pastor the First
Baptist Church here. Mr. and ,
Mrs. Robinson and daughter,
'
Dorothy Ann are expected to be I 4 _
ISSUED BY
residing In the pastorlum In the
future $50.00 For'
near r LINE LEGAL RESERVE STOCK INSURANCE Maternity.
AN OLD COMPANY
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Friends of the Rev. J
O. V. Lee $60.00 for Hospital Extras
1 i-TIIE-MINIT: SERVICE who recently resigned the pastorate 1 _
of the First Baptist church r s '
PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE CORPORATION
will be Interested to know that ; 1
PHONE he has been called to full time pastorate .i

y 64 Night of the Shiloh Baptist ChurchIn JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA x j,
the Green Cove Springs dis-
trict. Mr. Lee will continue to reside ___ _

his other In Lawtey duties and as carry usual.on with -; ; r- Whore To Enroll ? When To Enroll ? / -

Methodist Youth Fellowship I T
WELDINGj The Garfield Evans Subdistrictof i Ii 1. 'At Professional Community Health Plan 1. Anytime during''' Enrollment Period. After GCLa wr 1. ,I

the M. T. F. met in the Lawtey i Headquarters, shown below. Enrollment Period closes authorized rep- .
'It. Methodist church Monday evening 2. With any Professional Community Health 'I resentatlvcs will not be available to comA. '
with Miss Ada Edwards president I I, Plan Representative yjtihing in your neigh- .. plete enrollment in your community. .
.
i'I In charge. After the business I "**. borhood. All _. --, Professional's Homo Office
I" ( I meeting the young people Ambulance and First Aid -- -- Building:
#. entered Into a recreation and so-
cial hour. Refreshments consisting .

of oup cakes and punch were Should Yon Enroll ? Professional Community Surgical Operations Benefits \ -
Why l
j offer the people of Starke served. After the social periodthe .J : .

11I4 I vicinity one of the nose group for a returned closing period to the of sanctuary de- i. Everyone bill*.needs" security from Urge hospital and our 1 Health I I Insurance Plan Provides:'\J MedIcal ical and Associations Surgical Care recommend Plana. voluntary pre-paid Med.

hrn and votion led by Miss Edwards as- 2. This is your plan-to fit local needs and pocketbook Every aural Operation fa covered from $7.60 to $100.00
finest equipped sisted by Miss Betty Durban and .3. Through Community Enrollment you get the largest, Hospital Benefits ;not; he permit the ':r.doct 'g lice or the hospitaL Space will
benefit for the smallest cost. listing of all operation and
-riding Miss Ann Carter Lawtey M.Y.F.won here accidents, but
hop anywhere. 4. full benefits regardless of other Insurance. are Sons examples ((other cperations! covered for
pro-
All the attendance banner. There Pew are' Assignment accepted by your Hospitals and be Port nets amountsJl
Work Guaranteed t 8. ailments, as well as old physical conditions may used
were sixteen in attendance from fully covered. In any recognized'medical hospital ANYWHJlUC.ame: 1
Appendectomy or any other utttog? Into abdomen
[SMITH'S Lawtey nine from Starke, and benefits anywhere you may ,A. 2. lOO.OO 80'00
GARAGE eight from.Waldo. Twelve young Who May Apply For CommunityHealth 3. Cutting into Cranial Cavity 100.00:
A.\D people from Lake Butler church 100 Days In any 12 months period for EACH AND EVERY 4: g1011? Eyeball or Cataract 80.00
MACHINE SHOP also attended. They expect to join I MEMBER of the family In a Hospital room costing up to 9. Suturing of Surface Wounds _ __ 7 BO
Plan ? I (8 day or a total of 900.00. Tonsilectomyand/or' Adenolderton. 30.00
r.n'pleve.. Starke the sub-district when they get well per i 7. Fracture of Thigh Leg or Upper Arm IV .," '.00
organized ld I Also pays the cost of penlcilln. drugs, medicines, dressings .
1. the Enrollment Period-
Mrs. Henry Sasser, accompaniedby County-All ages (1 day to 100 yeas). All races both operating room, anaesthetic. X-ray and all other regular "" PAYMENTS MADE TO YOU OR YOUR
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Saser ofRalford i. sexes. I and customary hospital treatment charges up to _80.0J( ', DOCTOR OR HOSPITAL
i
are visiting In Georgetown I First-aid or emergency (accidents only) f 0.00 '
PHONE 218 S. C., this :week. Mrs. Sas ( When Do Benefits Start 7 Also pays charger sitter(on Family Group Plan only) All For This Low Cost
ser will also visit relatives In Columbia I all hospital nine months up to _____30.00
[COLONIALFLORIST 9. C., before returning 1. All Accidents covered from date enrollment (Surgl- : Also pays for Ambulance to or fro,-) hospital f 3.00 ,
cal or non-surgical). Annually
home. 2. All Diseases and Sickness (non-surgical) covered after ---- Monthly (Saving of e-L'3-%)
Miss :Mary Rivers of Jacksonville 30 days from dated enrollment
is visiting Miss. Ann Carter. 3. All diseases and sickness (surgical) covered after 90 NURSE BENEFIT )Ringle"_......, men Group and Plan women(includes all ages-$2.30 ..,. $27.50 -
Mrs. A. D. Crosby of Starke days) .from-_date. ._of_enrollment__ _,_..,__ and wife and all unmarried man
spent two nights with relatives 4. Nurse Benefit from date of enrollment. children: under 18 6.OO $66.00 r f,
FLOWERS here this week. Mrs. Crosby Is 9. Maternity Benefit (on family group form only) covered Pays for registered, graduate nurse at home 5.00 per day, Add $2.00 fee to first payment only on each-Individual
leaving: tomorrow, Saturday, for after nine months from date of enrollment. up to 1150.00.: cation.! Add 94.00 fetlo first payment appli
FOR ,, only on each family
ALL OCCASIONS Oxford, Colo., to be with Mr. group application. '
Crosby who Is spending some ;
time there.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins of .

(i) Wiggins'Jacksonville parents were Mr.visiting and Mrs.Mrs ; | PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH, PLAN r

DISH> Bennett Wilkinson last Sunday. 1.tten: line. legal reserve, tock C0mpany-l-: : fesslQJ1a1 Insurance Corporation of Jackaonville, FlorW' '4Sues and '
GARDENS> Miss Linda Carter of Jackson- Policy Contract. underwrites aU beueflts, under the Plan by
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POTTERY ville spent last weekend here with 2. Over Sixteen years old-over Three and one Half Million Dollars paid to Policyowners. ; a
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 3. Enrollment only through duly licensed insurance agent ,'

POTTED! PLANTS Carter.H. C. Kelley and sons, David and 4. 'All benefits are. payable just exactly as outlined in the written Policy; Contract. (Policy Form 3CH-7-50)). .

FLOWERS WIRED Wendell. spent last weekend with
ANYWHERE Mr. Kelley's brother In Tallahassee. I

kona St Mrs. Kelley who has been r .ENROLLMENT PJ D-2 WEEKS" ONLY ..
Stark. attending summer school returned == 8-21-50 to 9-2-50
with them to her home here. : ,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling and '
ENROLLMENT
:: HEADQUARTERS
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FOR YOUR rl s J k REQUIREMENTS ,i' Blood Bank Building '

It Pays To Trade 1 With Slade t ; : .
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AUG 18 1950
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; BRADFORD OOUNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, J\l'Gt81''

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I two u weeks vacation visiting-dan Hotel- In Waynesvllle, N. C. daughter, Gerry, spent Sunday at M".e'.y Macyarl.l L Margaret* E. Jr., removed removed to aceeDt'It,ofoStarke or, P'loeleadaBy CALL
I win II I Earlton Beach with their cousins, Je...la Mae, removed I Carl John., City Clerk byS7 .' bide uV"1
Mr. Davis be
of gladto
Friends Mo..leYt '
l I In Virginia. C. R., removed at 1.1 Clty q.ynnrly. ..
I Kiss Janie Hazen of Ocala spent t know that lie stood the trip to""tthe I Milton St Peters, of Galnesvllle. Oakes. Mrs C..H, removed Mlo.. ..at Ih. CitylHUlt
Patton, W. A removed NOTICE Unit"
week here visiting her untie North Carolina In fine shape. Patton, RebH, removed Notice I is hereby the Tuesday tht 12nd 10I".
I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mr. and Mrs M. T. Warren had Maiden Form and Gossard Pan, Mm. Wlllurd, removed City Council of the t; rnoh: r ., A all[I.bid.. uao,.."I which ...r or
as their guest last week their brassieres at STUMP'S. Para Itlgrdnn, Willard, J. W., removedHononberir. removed llr:11r.lr at 800 hold: o'clock a meeting: P M; !Iu: the.. opened and"tart11. ,]101Q j..>*
grandson Jimmy Warren, ol Sgt. and Mra.'A. E. Wall and Leon, removed day Augunt Undo A. D. 1950 for the lowing w
as Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome Tthmlon. Minnie, removed purpose of hearing complaint. from One Rlanda
., from
Jacksonville Murla, returned II
family, John, Mack and Eve- daughter, Simmons., Ida,deed owner or agents of owner of color blark "'0.4001
Ix
Mrs. Eva Harrcll and daughter El Paso, Texas, where'Sgt. Wall Real Mutate or Pvraonal Property inhere With... Ot "ll
and Morris Williams, left In C Irenlt Coort. Bradford Coantr. value of which have been fixed ty Hi' lnllnUII
I the loot .,',
for a week's vacation In Yvonne, and Misses Frances and was stationed at Ft. BUs They .'l..rldai In ( ......*.r,.. ... ,bv the City 1 AiniBBBor of Taxea menl, for lOT'nIt"
of Helen Barry of Brooker left will occupy their home on Kings- William !\fUrpbYb Plaintiff, vLoulne and accepted by the City Council The said '41", I
they N, C. ef.ntli>jit. liv order of the City Council this to ?Jj. "'fvw'
I Thursday to spend a week's vacation ley Lake. Case No 8015 Itth day of Augunt 11)50) accept (n ..
Hone, 7Bc to 169. .,
Plenty Nylon at Salt Springs. I Mrs. Hattie Coles of Atlanta. Order Of l>nbll<-.tlon And "Notlc. ToAlmrtr. Carl John, City Clerk 'II: 8l'ikrblit
a1 '
I'.onlltTO.
KTATM OF '
Shoppe.Dr. Mrs. O. W. White. Sr., returned Ga, was the guest of Mrs. W F. l iulne Murphy, rhoi.e rvnldenre. and It 'hi. I
as I and Mrs. M. B. Herlong from West Palm Beach Sunday'Godwin one day last week. address in: 43-24 106th "Street FlunhInir. -...-"'- -
:Mrs. j purchased: a small stone cot j afternoon after spending a week Mr and Mrs. Edward Burns left I You. Lonit are Inland required New to York appear: onSoptombrr
I In Waynesvllle N. C., and ex with her her Tuesday on A two weeks' vacation "' II, 1DCO, In the above
bringing as guests
: : : : I the named Court and rauie whereinplaint Can You Depend On Your
to remain there
through her sister, Mrs. Clifton Bates, anddaughtl'r trip. They will spend some itt seeks divorce Bradford
of the summer. I Juanita, whom, she had I time nearo Pensacola before going ounty Telegraph" hall publish thinOrder .
In next four weekly ItinunnAVItneee
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis spent visited "on to New Orleans. i mY hand and official seal,
ii at Penney Farms visiting Leila's Summer Drew Clearance. See the selection of back-to-I at Starke. Florida thin August 10 WATCH?
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I son-in-law and daughter, Mr Dresses that were $7.98 to $14.91<< I school dresses at STUMP'S.Miss : (OFF1CIAfAaBCI .) A. J. Thoma.
:: : Mrs. L. F, Smith, Jr, and ARE NOW_..... 1, $6, and $1. Virginia Day returned to By !Myrtle T of Deaver Raid Court D C, When you make an appointment
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis are J. J. Truby Is expected to arrive her home in Florahome Sunday T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida for a eet
8-H son, Larry. home soon after spending the after visiting her brother-in-law' Ally a tor PIt.- time-ARE YOU THERE ON TIME?
Leila's Summer Dress. Clearance. summer with his brother-in-law andn sister, Mil! and Mrs. Charles CALL von BID.Sealed -
......... that. were $1.98 to $14.05 I; and sister, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Schmitt for two weeks. the City. bids Council will of be the received City by of If your watch is right you are on time. :Make\

NOW $t, 6. $e, and $7. Killian, In North Carolina. I Mrs. R. J. Davis left Monday Starke-at the 5:00 City o'clock Hall In P.Starke M. on, are always on time by having: your watch star
Florida until : serviced
a vacation at the Hor- Mr. and Mrs. ,Harry Mooty and for Tallahassee to spend a few Tuenday the 5th day of September all work is fully guaranteed by expert
I her son-ln-Iaw and A. D. 1060, at which time and place reasonabl
days visiting
watchmakers
sponsible !
: ." ...1: ." .11" daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. G all opened bide and received read aloud will.,be on publicly the following -

Davis Jr. ._..__ _:..._._.. 1 f h. a dam F.
.. ___, 'Y. sterase o ea r R npa. Harley Strong Jewe
for privilege: only
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S'S NOTICE: dencrlbed aa follow NW<4 OF
,; The CIt,..("oun"l1 mot August 15th, NEB of Section' except 83. the Townnhlp Went 106 9 SouthRange feet Stark,', Leading Jtwelers Since 1941
t I960 at 8:00' P. M at Starke, Florida 22 Eiact In BradfordCounty i 137 West Call St.
to revise.;' the registration book ofthe FlorIda.Th. StarkI',
; City of Starke, Florid, and the' said City run v.. the right
following name were stricken from
: the book for the reason elated
The Council will be In cession on
the 12nd day of Auirunt. 1950, at
6:00 P. M to hear complaint.. If i ,
..F, any ard to restore any names that OKPHNJD ON *f
I d have been erroneously itrlcken.
Alexander, J. B, dead '
I"urrell Hnenke, Tom Geneva, removed; removed Fruits & Vegetables
ROBBINS'a 1\\ Campbell, Karl, removed / ->
Camhell l, Marjory E:, removed max'I
Crocker Acle R., removed
rinvemettln, H. V., removed I tw P.a
Yi Carmlcheal, A, C., dead
$ Connor, oraln L., removed ,
Carney, Mrs. Marlon W., removed _v
v ChlMree' John (t., removed

ChlldreeH Faulkner'Paul Faulkner: : 'Dorothy Irene H L., removed removed removedFuller : Bartlett Pears, :Firm & Ripe, lb.T ..

Mm Berths K, removed
(tray b'.rolhy 1 removed : ; CORN Yellow Worm-Free
fluy, Fred, removed -T per ear. .
(Olover Foster, removed
Hill M... J. R., removed" J '
Hill. Rev J. R. removed SEEDLESS GRAPES Ib.
I John Johns, Abb.H. E.dead, dead .
Klckliter, Mm. M I*, removed
Kelly Klikllter. n, Q Marlam, removed removed YELLOW ONIONS, med. sz., lb. .
Kelly, M... Mary removed
/.J / Kldd Klrkllter, Valrle Dorothy B., removed Claire, removed Cantaloupes large firm ripe
Kldd Mre. Valrle B, removed ,ea.
''l/v.j'Plk t Keens, J. C. removedHlnney.'Mr
lapse, Evon*. B removed. B., removed LETTUCE, Large Firm Head .
Living. Mr. Ol"n, dead
MrlntoHh J. W. Jr., removed
'-- McIntoRh, Doris. removed .Elberta Peaches Large lb.
A PHARMACIST> were to start I hit career with a prescription for himself Manama, Loin Cella;, removed I., removedMayefl -
follow Ifs certain that pro ssionaf urmei to his community would be the Manan, A. C, removed '
Ingredient You see evidence of it In everything he doe Manama: Mra. Elva:J Lee removed TOMATOES, Firm&Ripe, Ib. ctn ...
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removedW.C.T.U.
'You ace it in the painstaking care he devotes to the preparation of every Mxa-yarl. Andrew CARROTS, Large Bunch . .
your doctor orders-whether it be a simple mixture, or one of

highly complex nature. POLE BEANS, lb. . .
You see it in the precision equipment he uses with scientific skill and It
knowledge of the thousands of drugs and chemicals he keeps on hand A "NEW" CREATURE
that your needs can be supplied promptly and completely.You "Jack" $ox, owner of various BUY RIGHT! BUY
$ see it in his I participation in organizations of his profession and In stores In South Carolina recentlyput
I a technical library. through which he keeps abreast of the latest a full-paire,announcement In [PAC.VI prbvte.. ffrJ6fflOfe( "Super Right"MEAT
developments, the newest drugs and the. constant improvement "The State," largest newspaper of
1
pharmaceutical products and _
practices. ,
that area In which he ,made this *
Your pharmacist pledges himself whole-heartedly to the Ideals of his declaration: Needtit be, Expensive r .
Every day, in communities large and small he 1 Is helping to recent
"As result of con
a
and keep America the healthiest nation in the _rid. my
Get better acquainted with verslon-i1 Is my desire to transact ANN PAGE Creamy Smooth .... /
he's
your pharmacist- a man you can rely on. my business on thorough

Christian ISth. beer principles.will be sold As at of March of PEANUT "Super-Right" Western Milk
no any
11 DRUG STORErI my business places." Butter, Ib. jar 39c

Social salvation begins with Individual

0 C H FREE DELIVERY real savour conversion.could"Salt"so quickly witha ANN PAGE PURE CHERRYPRESERVES VEALChuck

Phone 53 Starke, Fla. cure the Ills of society. lb. a 31c
The Store of Values (Copied from "Daybreak"August -

1930.) ANN PAGE TASTY Roast lb.
CtRRANT. e

JELLY 12 oz. ,
':' .23c

ANN PAGE SMALL STUFFED Breast for Stew, Ib. .

OLIVES 4'/z' -
oz 41c

ulnhiIIEThree ANN PAGE PREPAREDSPAGHETTI Shoulder Chops, Ib -


2 for 25c
SUPER-RIG11T SLICED

ANN PAGE CREAMY SALAD

DRESSING, qt. . 49c BACON Ib. 6f



Reasons Why 1. In Engines-it's' the "ROCKET" ANN PAGE. FLAVORFULMAYONNAISE, Pt 37DRESSED READYTOFRVWHITING

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: It's Your Smartest Buy 2. In Drives-it's HYDRA-MATIC ANN PAGE SPARKLE GELATIN .

DESSERTS. pkg. 6c QUICK FROZEN FILLETS
"
S s.. RED PERCH 1 Ib. pkg. ...
'.- AP: NO.1 TALL CAN ,
L. 3. In Style-it's FUTURAMIC '

why Fruit Cocktail - 23c
the Rocket 88" Is the) Gr. A Fla. D & D "Super-Right"
AtP: NO. X CAN .
most talked about ear

of the year. Drive it at Pineapple Juice . 17c FRYERS 5

waa,,, your Oldsmobile dealer'
BIRDSKYE FROZEN "

Orange Juice 25c MARCEL NAPKINS.. "."
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BIRDSEYE FROZEN

Peas, pkg. - : 27c MARCAL HANKIES '


1 IONA Libby Vienna Sausage .
Flour
25 Ib. 1.49.

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CRISCO Can
UIHTEHOUSE KVAPQRATED 3 lb.

,J1i:::: i '.y. .' Milk, tall can - lie
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-, SWIFTS PREM
S LB. CAN'DexoShortening
Y (DleE9
1 tp. ( I . HAM '
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Y = t ....-E 79c SWIFTS CHOP.
p. CLEANSER

TT BAII-O . lIe i

SOAP POWDER y
oofJ.MIUr ..MnleTh.,, P1 cc1Malee.r.13add" SILVER
A CBHUM. MOTOIS VMUI DUST e 28c
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SIB YOUR NIARIST OLDSMOBILI I D IA LI R TOILET SOAP

CAMAY, reg bar . 8c
TOR ODE CHEVROLET C
BATH SOAPLIFEBOUY _

ri Phone 111 Court & Call Sts. Starke, Florida bath bar .. Hc, 300 East Call St., Starke, Fla.

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4 HOUSEHOLD Strictly a Household Spray Q Will Not Stain IF YOU HAVE

k-- JET KILL SPRAY Non-Injurious to Humans '49 Does Not Contain D.D.T. TRIED THEM ALL, JET e Kill

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