Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03172
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03172
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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are loading on corn from a platformrorn is also parked into freight
ready to be clipped, packed and shipped by NaUllo Brother at The wormy ends of corn are clipped" off by a moving blade operattit t t Starke Farmer's Market. The truckers ha\e been the cars for transmutation to othe'sections
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i i iI I B WFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Single Copy 10 C IUs r-S. FANCY 7 1 I Ii

Official County Publication Established In 1879

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First OccupantsSet NO BOMB FELL HEREIn Falsone/ SpeaksAt Yellow Corn Grown By Rufus Alvarez

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Ag. .. .. .6 .:,' .. ;< "".'" Rated U. S. Fancy By Federal InspectorA Ic

BuildingCounty p, 1-t\.1 't';' ':', 11 "r !i' Frank J Fal.-xnie. Commander } tw

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.:.: ; 1 : ..... ,--. .f'J.. of Florida addressed the A ncu I \\.i-> written r .
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Agent T K. McCIane ,I,. .. .If .>- ... IIIIt'd I : inI \\ Hi !/r1" d
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and the Production and Market ItII;:;': h _" !'f"' .. Jones-Langford-White Post 56 of i th.' hlstol', Biadt'inl ('"malty'V hu-K\ must! hr- ,< ""'" 1'I'

ing Administration were the first II". .'f- I -.. ....\.,':"':''....,.".. \ ." .,. ', Starke on the programs purpose I bumperellnw sweet com! cr''I| nai.st h. nee imiii sum' l1d) I ii, 6h
new occupants to cross the threshold I ., .' :J . l .a i' I and objectives of the Americana|j last week as 3.f>4l crate ui torn tdand must b*> five fro' I m wi
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# ... -.. Legion this week. grown by Rufus Alvarez and hirj
of the new Agricultural 'i1 ,1".'" \ } .. ii b'-H i,! juries caused by disease m-e 'i
4Trfa, # .' ',. t'r..: r- .__ Falsone about 6C i j son were graded U. S.
Building! which opt'aPd this week. .' ,'".. ':' ''' \"".'J ,..--. spoke to Fancy by birds mechanical, or other m' in:

The first occupants began move -I. f" ."... ... '"' .--z,.."; Legionaires and their guests at I a federal inspector It was the Ninety per cent of the urn f

eL ing in Monday, but they spent 1 r".;( ;, j-;"_! ,.., ,. the Post's regular bi-monthly | 1 first time in the recorded historyof must be free from all of the., Polaroid MmuKufus >, Phutl' bhi r ,, '011'

most of the week getting organized I c' meeting. the Starke Farmer'* Market' defects and 9$ per cent must hi

Four out-of-town dignitaries I that corn from this area free from \lvare* is pictured atl)',. m-ming a "\t'rIlIlWIII ,.
in their new surroundings. I .t received i decay to be graded a, .rtl'II.1I

McClane said the building war r accompanied Falsone on his trip this top rating. U. S. Fancy. from lederul InsM.rtr, U.l.ert \\ Young, \\ho has jus. uradedt

more convenient, cooler, and better -1 here. Hess G. Florida commander Alvarez planted 36 acres of Bob Turner of Turner Produce \are'soni I s. I'anThi.. .. is the first time thai corn I rum Ib

'I of the Gainesville American Legion -j i iI COrn at his farm six miles west r area has e\er !vn guen this
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than his former top classification. .
lighted spot I| II Company has been shipping Alvarez's { \ potion lit the
Post and three past-corn- I of Starke on the Bayless High 1 prize com stands
eon the second floor in the courthouse I prize corn. He says the crop crated in the background.Shipm.nt .
of the looks of manders at Gainesville-Joe I II way. He dusted his with
spite things Temple Avenue hasn't been hit bya I corn a I' corn is mostly seven to eight

bomb. The ahote I Jenkins, Frank Scarborough, andSigsbee mixture of 10 cent DDT and
scene, looking south from a point in front of the per inches in
His move to the new building length and runs abouti
the former county jail marks the armory shows the work of demolishing the old pavement in preparation !I' Primeattended the 27 per cent sulfur every 43 hours. I 1-2 dozen to the crate. Robert

first time in 17 years that the for the widening of U. S. 301 through the city. In the foregroundare meeting. Alvarez said he increased his I W. Young was the U. S. government Corn
'I Prince is also Florida percentage of DDT from five tr i Shipments
County Agent's office has been huge drainage pipes to be laid underground in an effort to remedyflood a past j.! inspector who grad-d the
I District Commander. I II 10 per cent when his last jear's
located outside of the courthouse conditions I this point, which heretofore hate followed every I corn.
was still troubled .
crop by worms.
It occupied space on the first heavy rain. In right background Is St. Edward's Catholic Church Alvarez said he used the Diana

floor of the courthouse originally I When completed, Temple Ate. will be double its old width. I Mrs. Marian Howe He also changed his dusting'' variety of seed for this ye1r'"
I periods from 72 hours to 43 hours. ;I Break
but'was moved to its second flow I Takes 7-Day Course The sulfur was added to the I II | history-making crop. He ha> Record

location about 10 years ago. been growing this for almost
I Meters End Third Year : At North CarolinaMrs. poison to irritate the worms and variety
Miss Dorothy Ross Home Parking I make them wiggle more, he said I 10 years after experimenting of

Demonstration Agent, has been with Golden Cross Bantam con1 Starke orn crop ;$lli: a package Tin- ellthe I.O,;' ,
In this
the have better
way worms '
in Tallahassee this week attend Marian Howe. Chamberof for five years.Alvarez \1.1'1 11'r p the hump" late this i Starke Market was &, ,rot

ing a short course for 4-H girls. As Financial Goodwill Success Commerce secretary, will leave with chance the deadly of coming DDT. in contact I grew white corn of th week and indication* are that ,a package, net !to grower Est.mated .

for the University of North Carolina most of the corn will be in the .
She will probably move into her figures for last vearb
But worm free corn is not the Norfolk Market variety for al
at Chapel Hill N. C., next II market bjy the weekend. This that the
office in Agricultural grower was
new the '' paid .r
Building upon her return. Starke's 100) parking meters 1 Starke for the "white way light week to attend a seven-day course only criteria for grade U. S. t most 20 years before he switched'to year's bumper crop far out- ; average of $1.25: a packas.-; t i. ,.

celebrated their third anniversary! ing" of Temple Ave.Starke's : in Chamber of Commerce and Fancy. The corn must also beat j I growing the yellow sweet corntin 1 distanced last years total in ;his corn last
Three rooms in the new build. least six inches in length, can I II 1936. He Is one of the largest I
,I recently with the knowledge that system of charging a I Business Administration. The quantity, but the prices this jearihave Unless: a good ,

'.i, -- 'ing art.devoted Board. to The the Welfare County(j''they.j I hare-not. only solved Sta'ke'sparking dime instead of a dollar for over- I course will last from June 15 to I m'f.Ke clipped, must be well I corn growers in this section. ___ been much lower than they: now to delay the corn'ram l'UlIll'II matuutv': :
Welfare i
] problem but they've .been parking has won the city June 22. I were I
many a year ago. the
Board has two waiting rooms anda I I i '! corn season will close thi,
meeting room. So far the board 1, a financial success and goodwill j friends. Johns said that visitor I Mrs. Howe received a scholar- New Fire Chief Called To Fire Total shipments by Tuesday, weekend. The recent ho: u ,. .

has moved only two filing cabinets salesmen as well. j from all over the country had "hip from the Florida State Chamber i amounted to about 85,000 pack (ther has made the mn :n rr\

final their new location City Clerk Carl Johni says asked to keep their tickets sc of Commerce for the course. ]j On His First Day In OfficeFire ages of Bradford County corn. very fast.

that the parking meters have eliminated I.I they could show them to the city She was the only person in the The Starke Market shipped over 'orn grown in this mini' n ,

A. J. Thomas. clerk of the cir- much of Starke's double fathers back home. state awarded such a scholar 1 10,000 packages; the Brooker !been
I Chief I) \\'. Carpentergot on West Eighth St graded U. S. Fancy t I' >
cuit said that C. J. Powell
court parking, and have opened the Johns said that the meters havebeen ship. ; Market, about 20.000 packages; ;Number One and CUIIIII"IaOnl
1 1I his under fire" The fire !
"baptism a? was too far advanced1
handled the for the repairs -
carpentry | highways up for smoother traffic Since she received the scholarship and Brownlee & Chasteen.: Pro-,1 1 one .
to the H. P. Mc. no extra expense to the city. chief of Starke's fire department when the fire truck arrived however growers crop was Ki,1i
, building. flow through the city.Chats at the of the Florida duce
i meeting buyers, an estimated 25.000 i cd U. S.
oJ Kelvey did the painting. Davis Starke employed two day time last Friday. On his first day ir and a flaming gas tank : Fancy. the higm-'
| more in spite of one of : Chamber of Commerce Executive packages. The corn is shippedin government
the new role he was called out i made the fire j rating.
even more
Gaaset Exchange furnished the the most liberal fine systems in policemen before they were in. Association she has received !, either crates or bags. '! La Mantia
I into a dri'ingrain to try to sate difficult. Brother and AHK'
Venetian blinds Wells Electric i i the country Starke's "silent coin stalled and still employs only two. letters from all\ over the j The average price received bY'' (Company of Chicago ha. b.-.-
the home of John HennWalker
Service handled the wiring and collectors" have turned into a The meters take is all "gravy"as state wishing her the best of luck. ]I Carpenter is no novice at fightng i the growers was just under $1 a i advertising Bradford Count "
Carl Ritch did the plumbing. 1 penny and nickel 1 bonanza. The I I far as the city is concerned. Several townspeople have volun-1:Thomas and Conway J i fires. He first entered the : package with each package containing over television. The coin'\pan ,

] meters were supposed to pay for In less than threeears the leered to help out at the Chamberof fire fighting business in 1921. and I| about five dozen ears. ;j ]buys its corn from Naviho Brut

Keystone Doctor themselves in three years, but by meters have taken in a total of Commerce office while Mrs :, Picked From BHS i he has been at it ever sinre Ha i 'Total payment to the farmers *>c era who is a buyer at thl'it: H-K

the end of April (the last city $16,446.09. That means the I Howe is away. She has been far would run about $33.000.; ;Market.
Speaks On BehalfOf I For Boys State came to SLarke from Jacksonvillea !
':audiO) they had a :$6.500.87 sur meters have earned about $164.46; ; serving as Bradford County'.- little over two years ag>. A comparison of the Starke'': Local laborers have b<.<. ,

Mentally Retarded plus in the bank. a piece over the three year periodor ;, Chamber of Commerce secretary '
Two Bradford high; Shool In Jacksonville he sirv.1 aa :Market's figures for this year and ]ployed at the markets i"n'
| The meters had paid the H. 1\1.1 about $51.82 Before for four and half ear .
: a year. a \ student. Delano Thomas and Kenneth station captain for station no. 13 last year show more corn sold Dr. W. L. Rhodes Co. their $6,200 purchase their installation
KeystoneHeights a representativefrom Conway. will attend Boy i in southside. He began in South this year but at a much lower Turner at the Starke Marl t .iI':
stressed the and installation by last H. M. Rhodes said
physician price
Company Browns' Scout State at Tallahassee this summer. Jacksonville as a volunteer fire price. Through Tuesday 41,307 he has paid his 20 work-- lO61last ;
of vocational trainingfor September. They had also donated that would take in between i i
importance they I
The boys will leave Starke on 'man over :30 years ago. '; crates and bags had been sold at week and between SlbiMi fur<
Florida's mentally retarded $3.785.85 to the City of 50 dollars and 90 dollars!: a yar. !! Signs No Players '
June 22 for a full week of training Carpenter has received iertificatt's the market as compared tc $1700 this week.

in a talk given to the Keystone ,, i During School Here in politics and government. in six branches 6f fire fight- 32,256 for last >ear. Turner has also boiiKt'1 $i ..
Heights Rotary Club last Friday. I I i Caused
Lightning Destroys The American Legion sponsor : ing at the Florida State Fire College This year's corn brought the worth of ice to pre ruol :, otx
Dr. Musser whose child
own ;;, [auric.' Archdeacon chief scout between 7.j cents and crates of corn m thnmk. '
Boys States throughout the country in Ocala. He got a dlpll>'la grower t
was born mentally dificient 18! ; Home Of John for the St. Louis Browns. left !|i from the he hail new Stericooler.
months said that Florida's I Henry WalkerA every year in an effort to give college after completed
ago. I Starke this week without signing capable boys a practical lesson these courses. Legionnaires Attend Navilio Brothers have pi.il. it II
facilities for the
treatment of the
of the 23 players that paraded 40 workers $2000 wk '
any a 1001 i
retarded gas-fed fire ignored Friday ported that the house was en.night's 'an self-government. Post 56 and He retired from the Jadf-onvjlle! : District
mentally ConferenceThe
among i i;i their talenjs before him during! past two weeks.
the worst in the South. He estimated driving rain to completelydestroy gulfed in flames. |! 'I Rotary send boys from Starke Fire Department in 1915. During ,
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the Brown's two-day school here. 'every ,,
the home of John Henry year. the he had also servo.i aCivilian Other commodities shipped "
that there were 20,000! of When the fire truck arrivedthe i war Fourth District Constitutional 1
I Walker on West Eighth Street. ,' ;But the trip was apparently re- The two Defense Auxiliary Fire this area this week were b> ,>'
these cases in the state. house i boy* were chosen by Conference of the Amencar i|
was and I
saving '
past | warding enough for Archdeacon |
The fire was apparently ignited 1: the staff of BHS for their leadership man. Legion will be held at Haisley- pees melons crowd-r and hi.' *
Dr. Musser was instrumental in I to leave the that he '
the flames from
the tank
gas ; Ford hook, bIh j
when lightning struck the house'sgas : eye peaa. }
forming the North Florida Societyfor ability their ease in getting Carpenter took over a< Starke'fire Lynch Post 16 m Gainesville Sun- -
could not be with. would return next year for a butte rtwans and t most"-t
the Advancement of Retarded tank or light meter. i extinguished ;' similar session. 'j I along with other students and chief when former Chief C.I dayRegistration for the conference 1

Children which The fire began about 9:15 at out risking an explosion Carpenter : their scholastic ability. Leadership \\'. Pickett departed for Miami begins at 9:30 a.m. >
has 100 I
now over
families as its members. |I the height of an electrical storm said. He said that Walker Archdeacon made an offer tc I! is the prime requisite how- Russell Eberle has returned to' The Legion Auxiliary Conference C. of C. Meeting
while the Walkers I Jack Hazen, star BHS and University '
were away i, i ever.
He stressed the need for removing estimated the loss at $2500 for of Florida but the fire department to assist will be held at the same Unit Scheduled TodayThe
I from homt''alkt>r was at a pitcher
the stigma! attached to the veteran's school the house and SlOtH for the furn-1! Hazen had alrt'adreceived more Conway was elected president i Carpenter. Eberle has bet with at the Gainesville Legion Home.

mentally deficient. He said that night at BHS i 'of next year's student council, the fire department for about': A. J. Thomas. Jr.. District Com- Chamber ot I I'I< !,
favorable bids. I II
and Mrs. Walker and their two ishings.
there was a great difference between I and Thomas has been an outstanding two years. The department is mander. will call the meeting t'1 meets today ( Fridaji I ,It t i ,
young children. Jo Ann and John The Walkers Delano Thomas, another local (.
the mentally deficient and had just corn II I I I! baseball pitcher for BHS ;still under-manned since two apprentice order and give his district report in the Chamber of 0"II' ; -.
i Wayne were at the home of her pleted covering the home with t J hurter was not able to perform'!
the mentally ill. The former were :> ] I this spring. firemen hired 1.1'eek The program will also feature ad fice, said Mrs' Marian H "
mother Mrs. Richard English.asbestos' ofi 1 this week because of illnes- .
shingles at cost 1
a .
not dangerous to society and could I The boys will take part in partynominations decided to work sewher-! dresses by Frank J. Falsone Department Becretar Part of th.- II< :
Fire Chief D. W. said | Archdeacon he
Carpenter around 1200. Neither the house said wanted tc
actually be of benefit to it. and primaries, a- of Florida Commanderand will be devoted to dis u --m* '"
.that someone apparently) a neigh nor the'furnishings were coveredbor ""i-.ee i: Thomas next jear.I I
He pointed out the need for in- called the fire station and re by insurance. I The scout was especially interested general election. and serve ir School Registration Melvin T. Dixon, state service largement of the office hu.lrtiii

stitutions that could train aud I in Wes Griffin of palatka some sort of state county or officer. Mrs. Howe urged all1)1 'r.hi

then release these rather municipal office. The young Registration of First Grade Thf conference will also have who have not paid their ,ni' **.
i and Red Langford and Dick'rtgh ,
than just remove them from so. I \\ 'it Jacksonville. He : coming school! an election of district officer ship duet and have (not :r.." .

ciety. He said that morons could thai pass their nun dlllanlt'S: year will be held Monday. Aug and ill!l lit! the boy he approached
successfully fulfill 27 occupation ( wanteo more money than he was "5, in the pnmary building Anwrll a'i Legion and the Legior their cheeky tu. the -. t,-'.

if they were given the proper !reads tll oner. He discussed Two BlandingContracts i Starke school only Auxtlldn Commerce off
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were training.Over caused 50 per by cent circumstances 01 these case that I 4I tern.A pld"".': ,. -. welt or eight of the Signed Santa Fe System Offers More Telephone Service Daily I IIn' I

are not of a hereditary nature, hej I
I BHS Band Practice
said. Mentally deficiency could be The I' S Army Engineers TL! S'nr i VT.- 'i'; ," -' -' ., (':.tr t. t.i. li, ,J Ml' k T..,. I ,, ,', i/e;" r.;: ,

caused by falls, infection brain 5 IM : Held During Summer awarded two contracts tins week a non-pr '?it r'Hit'iai, !, i-- < ,I..In!! .\ 1 n>- t iund- r' "n"tr'jI.tl./I) 1 tIn' r"itrq) d 'Ilihu'I'I J I II 1-rl

tumors incompatibility; in the for the beginning: of the rehabui- i pera'jng outif r..lr'x -.- ii her: art cringe :Springs: Its '(*ft' nf .'./1' It .

blood and by several T-. Rtadi.-id! High School Band I taboo of Camp Blandmg \\"m.A. .. ,.. I
parent's I panlLngd'11Y! aol n-.x 'ft- t. r jnU shoui'l r re.t'J1.' : for use in I.-at II'" d ,II rll"ph"II'", V

complications that might arise I .- :'nuns any grass grow und Smith Contracting Co.. Inc of 400 telephones op'rationW about two weeks ringing I leiih ,,',j tlon ,a .

arise during .childbirth, Dr Musser dr- '" ,: feet this summer The ,, Kansas City. Kan., was awarded C Shelton coTipan T meer. Th.company is awaiting tht line will h..ar only I jl <>

said. t 1 bttiid .> practicing daily althoughat the bid for constructing Bland. says that the mutual hope tcI decision of the Florida Railroad! and a rnic.rowr.''* 1,1.1
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1 proent it is practicing only b) I j ing's 272774.75; railroad spur. establish telephone service in and Public Utilities Commia ior. Melrose and > .nb|

Canning Plant Opens se-!::011Band Director Carl 111.I ; H. Erorsen of Live Oak was part of five counties -Bradford,: on its plan to purchase the Melrose The microwa "'rlllllto i

I t; Roberts said it will practice as a, j awarded the contract for building Clay Alachua: Putnam, and facilities from Southern Bell. be earned on r the u-' ,

Monday At School I II i iI i group later in the summer. { a $20.900 Telephone and Telegraph Marion- within three year.' The commission held a hearing on between the two {JKI-I:

I I! 4Vti M 1I. .. Roberts said that he has ordered building. the matter a month ago but ha company's lines will .
The latest wa# corm\ I
? system's move
The ; ,
located community the Starke canning schoo'plant: r.e 1 .. f' 't' ..,. :- V -g I| 15; new uniforms for new student r..' The railroad bid was awarded to install a phone at the BrooJcer not yet rendered its verdict. Southern Ball in Gaine-\.i'''.
: .,eJ'. ,., I who are entering the band thir after the Engineers had agreed Farmer's Market Shelton say Exchange sites are also planned with the Starke Telephor.- ,
grounds, will be Monday.
open ,, year The beginners and about t to reroute a portion of their track for Lawtey Brooker. and Hamp- pany.
Wednesday anj Friday until fur All that remains of the John IIt'nfWalkf'r home West that this would not have been posMble -
on EighthSt. 30 35 wil'!
advanced students
or I ton. Shelton said thata citizen The mutual
so as not to interfere with the without the of! is owned ud:
ther notice, V. R. Ferguson an is pictured abotht' morning after the fire, resulting from a bolt make up next year's band. cooperation ,;| committee is still
conducting a trolled by its subscribers
the T'II!
Gold-du Starke
Pont mining Telephone Company. .
nounced yesterday.: : of lightning deMrojed the home and all its ;
furnishings and h<> hop-s Roberts said that the new uni- preliminary "demtnj"BUr'.e in $10 ,
) pay a membership fir I
Santa Fe is already operating
The plant wiU be open at 12! to get a GI loan to rebuild. City empires J. C. Barton and James forms will bring the bands total 1 I operation. The previous routing ; Lawtey and has contacted almost their
a 13)-phone exchange in Waldo, application for :< noon on and each remain of these:as long as necessary : L. McKeUey are sern in the midst of the ruin. dioconnettingline rlettri.- up to 60 uniforms. The uniform covered a large segment of the and a 220 exchange that covert ,| 100 persons interested in the may buy preferred 4t's r. x

days.: *. __ cost approximately $50 each mine's richest ore body. the three communities 3f Me-1 i| phone servIce. a share.Yonge .


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1 E. L. MATTHEWS! FINE CATCH OF 'SPECKS' If nvited to attend these lectures. not learn if anyone was injured. Va., writes they ir*. ." ly
BRADFORD \e\'. Jim Conway is sup rintcadint Gene Lang SOD of Mrs and Mrs. with no trouble of :n'.\ .

EDITOR E! He was appointed by they Richard Lang-now stationed at I wonder if any .: J
COUNTY VIEWPOINT I' I "k Creek Association.Mr Camp Rucker. Ala. was home .
Sam McGarvey w '
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHERI [ and Mrs. Conway on th.it I Over the weekend. Charles Lang I p >
I IAdeniMng I l is If net will
\, :d t hurch Sunday night le un "itf Tampa also -pont the weekend! se
mt"rn: him tht
I ; i ar
Subscription Rates: In 1879 Rates s '# '. .U i h"l1:- .. ,
Established a! :> 'ri.ad been a \\ reck on 'hI' III: .- Id'e i:, fl,. \ ,
$2.75 Year 1.5? 6 :Mo. On Application "i.i.-s:' .n Maxviile. The:; ,t '.\ p'''I: t Nwmsec's' cut of the air.


I Bonn Treaty. Brings- On New Problems .'" \ ''of'r _. J June Is National Dairy Month!

Once again the West and Russia have West Berlin from starvation and capitulation. J .... .
come to a crisis. The Bonn peace treaty, 1' V .,
restorationof Xow the problem is whether this ./ f
which is to pave the way for the strategywill ,
full national sovereignty to Wert Ger- succeed. Russia has effective tools to I

many, was an essential and risky step in the work with. A great many West Germans are I I,I c .,
huge task of unifying the Western power against the peace treaty for one reason or I j i L ,

So was the signing of the six-nation military another and there will be strong opposition I'I" I ...

pact which followed.It in their parliament when it is offered for }

was inevitable that Russia would op- ratification. France deeply fears the possibility I ;: J: '

pose these acts with every resource at her of German rearmament, for historyhas ;;k1

command, short of war. Her strategy now taught her what that could mean. This a
will be a big factor when the French ..
is to prevent, if she can, the ratification of l
the peace treaty by the respective parliaments ment considers: the treaty.On I Polai.nd 1-Minute Photo >) the T.lpg-rap" -

To accomplish this she is using her the credit side is the fact that the I i Tilt: FINEST STRING OF "SPECKS" scn Ih th "*> part in mans

familiar techniques.A treaty, after long months of arduous pre- a day is proudly exhibited' above by ((1 I to rt) Cliff Canninijton. Paul
has been Quantity Rights R ive ... Prices Go d Thurs., FrI, & Sate July 12-J-1<
paration, signed at Bonn by the Downey.John Allen\ GooUby, andV. It. Cook. The 10 fish aenzlncmore
no-man's line was set up at once in
responsible representatives of the governments than half a pound eachere caught in Ijochloosa la.,t Fri la>.
East Germany whose government is: as responsive concerned and so has the implementing Low Prices p4 r>r. t

to the Kremlin is to 152 Gall Street
McCarthy military pact. We must now wait to see

Bergen. Telephone and telegraph lines be- how far the Russians are ready to go. i Everyday -- I

tween West Berlin and Western Germanywere In the meantime a view which is widely too. Starke Florida y
cut. Severe travel restrictions were imposed held in this country was well-expressed by I CLAY HILL I ECHOES Specials i t

between the east and west zones. In the Portland Oregonian when it said : "Our :
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short, a partial blockade was clamped down own course must be strong and consistent, I II By! LAURA BURGESS; MOHU

bringing back memories of the days when and we must demand that our European allies I Land O'Sunshine Pure Creamery
only the amazing American air lift saved fulfill their agreement to the letter." \ I'onca. Nebr.

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A Lesson That Comes The Hard WayThe i
I \\herein the Mtirtly flying day:? : badly. I find they are ea.-!

loss of a home and all its furnishings here this week as the resultof I bringI''uneto.our IIIIHr..tql. I Ii.t..n ..- keep clean. Lb
I to the noi e of the carpentersami This is angel food cak-> ',mI ,, ,,
fire occasioned by lightning brings home a lesson that should be takento \\auh with pride my gardengrow follow 59cIn.
the directions .v:; "I
heart by all, now that Florida's thunderstorm season is at hand. I -. "Swansdown Cake .
The National Safety Council reports that Florida has more thunderstorms <
I leaf-ifted' My cakes are deliciou.Dm -"x
than any other section of the country an average of seventy to Do you remember "good".

ninety per year and that lightning the biggest single cause of farm 1i I light
fires in the state. I Dappling the woods with gold., CLAY HILL AND FL..1'

There is much to be said for the old-fashioned lightning rods, seldom And the plaintive poignan announcement from Sue Brinson .. ,
I cuckoo note of Macclenny that she graduate* SUPERBRAND K: r, :
seen now. but still efficient in giving complete protection from direct
and lost wild? high school. Congratulations
lightning damage, if properly installed. But a poorly installed system Strange and dear girl. I would 10to see Sue Cream Cheese 2 29''

gives only a false sense of protection and may prove extremely costly witha I Love came sweetly those far and her beautiful mother. I hear Ice Cream Pkgs

lightning loss, cautions the Florida Agricultural Extension Service.A gone days. the black top road thru the 'lay

direct hit is only one way that lightning damages life and property. I And my song was free and clear; Hill country is: finished. Now you

Excessive surges of power over electric lines often burn out appliancesand You walked with me under magic all can take a drive to see my beloved

start fires. A special condenser, known as a lightning arrestor, can I, trees school house and yellow ', 3 Pints 49c Cile Zee 2 Lbs 83c
be installed to prevent such losses. I Three dead I leaves in your hair water and all the places I loved

With television gaining in popularity, it should be noted that TV I I -LaelV.. Hill! \\' ,' have been having lots of'

aerials are a prime target for lightning and should be grounded with a II I! There is a sa'ingthat "Love rain. It makes our garden> grow Kred'1 ,..,. j'
No. 6 copper wire from the mast and driven at least eight feet deep. and the country lovely. Most of it',
friendship, and smiles are like seems to be soaking in the oi' Glfon69c Cheese Lb 59c
Personal protection is likewise a serious concern during electrical I Half
money. If they hoarded, as the ditches
are nc and gutters! do not
storm and the Extension Service offers the following suggestions :
one gets the benefit of it; if they hold much water. All my vegetables
If you are caught in a storm, the best place to head for is a building
circulation, are but the watermelon.I
are kept in everyone up
protected from lightning or an automobile with a metal top. Stay away
benefits again, like planted. Whoopee! It is.uer
from open doors and windows, fireplace, stoves, and other metal objects.If always accumlate something money they in fun to garden especially usher
you can't reach shelter, be sure to keep away from wire fences and Don I
the helps
transit. To a woman love i is me. gave Digger a
trees, especially single trees on high ground.
the very core of life. We mother bath yesterday. His i always M'
Hiding under the bed won't help! ., are made of tender feelings and a happy and takes life easy I u\

great desire to to do the same.
In Appreciation Of Our Farmers MarketsWe I' hence the woman who is sorweone left a Have lots of cards for our redding

widow is often victim of great anniversary. One I esp.-call\
sometimes wonder ; it the market and see just Best of all some of that loneliness and despair.. They are appreciated was from Lulla Starling
Bradford Countians is going on there. corn grown by one of our easy to become the victims of of Lawtey. Thanks a mill I! n. 1

who are not directly tied No amount of words and leading growers. I Ilufus Alvarez fortune-tellers and giving loans. to all of you. "SUNNYLAND"

with the industry of could do justice to was grading out I was talking to a lady this morning When I was over to Allen I < cseveral ri
that is -- fully appreciate frenzied activity at the T. S. Fancy." the highest:: i' who at one time lost quitea remnants for apt n- Tender! Smoked i! Ready to Eat!I
realize what a market this week as rating that is given under sum i to a fortune-teller. There is an old saying 'An
have in full tide of the Country's. federal inspection. Mr. Alvarez ,
facility we our
should have sympathy for lonely aproned wife has no time tbad" > b"
thriving State corn crop flooded the has: proved that worm- I like '
J people. The so swiftly aprons.Iy days ar-
Market Bradford latformn and taxed every free corn CAN be in
grown full and happy. It is fun when I
| and it seems only thatuse
be ''' both and !Bradford and all of 4 to 7
can justly proud of the ['I' manpower County us
that it is the only county I', ,can take pride with, him in his: were young and as the above can pause a moment to dr.-i'n. "
I Sometimes I have to
poem ays. "Love came sweetly stop{
Florida with two I achievement. Next year, we ( 'I
I f
operated under the ,look for even more of this\: ;I those fargone days--you walke.i I think "I am "Nebraska. I am i PoundAverage

ion of the State. That is i 4 DM highly prized "U. S. Fancy": with me under the magic trees." lucky person.
trainly a tribute to the grade to reach the ; 'cal mar Who does not recall those early There are times when \\etn- + !
ductivity of Bradford Count By Btu, I'ALLso! I II II kets. days Strange lost and wild?1 not see one step ahead of us! bu

soil. to'i I I Although it has added a t Wednesday morning I went five years later wa are eating and \t
t with Don to Wakefield hospital sleeping somewhere. Right"
who has
Anyone not few industrial payrolls in re I _
the local market at the cent Bradford : I enjoyed the ride. It was early Happy June days to all of you
of green corn season years Countyis morn and a shower in the night t and before we know it we will b\1
missed a fascinating and I I still primarily agricultural" 1 ,, had washed the world clean. The iknee deep in June. Let us be POUND

spiring sight. In fact, and will l he for many years to:) I green of the fields nestled closet IPXG'd I
scene is so impressive I I come. Since this i is true, i it 1 to the dark loam where corn ha d bless you 11'I! I

the Florida Times-Union t th behooves us all to take an in_ I just been planted. All the garden LOVE Lt'R.\t
voted almost a full page in terest in the welfare of out 1 t. looked so nice. Tulips and lilact --

last Sunday edition to a a farmer.If you have not t i 1. in bloom and their fragranc ...m..n.. m Western Winesap t', S, GRADE Genuine Small Spring
and pictures of the corn i visited t the market recently -brinks us memories of other

at the Starke Farmers \ either: at Starke or Brooker i spring so long ago. I have a 1 fi BRANCH APPLES "CHOICE"
ket. And yet, we dare drop around this week and[1)1' little If'isurethese days. I watched

that a very few "home "Taxes being whit they ire these have your eyes opened as tc) the carpenters at work and hadn '
have taken time out days, a fellow might as well fofiahiu just what is going on 1 : I time to work in the gardens and,: By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA
their busy daily routine and attar there." Bradford Countv 1 .4AAAAA4Lecture. .
crochet a bit. Ah. life is sweet i in
the west. .-, will begin r 'h,. M.sion 1:,. 2 Lbi 29C t'L

NancHeaixt.. and Donna Pang HELPFUL HINTS: When a ( tent June 1".it 7; .:3)n by, _

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS born spent four days at the University child is slow to eat. place a mirror -I Rf'J, L. StrU'kUnd. i unn'-'i"- '' >
p. COLUMN in Gainesville this week, |, opposite him just out o fof l, the go-pel fur 5J: :seirs The ,- 0 ,- ,- J !, reach and let him watch the otherchild subjectare Father hT'h--r :
1 By Mrs. Sara :McDonaldThe taking a short study course i in Corn 5 (fir 29c I Loin Lamb Chops Ih.) 98cS9c
eat. To revive a spongeI Home. Church and Nation b" Student council work. .I soak in weak ammonia water. fining:' with the subject Father 'nn1 I i .* J,.) Rib Lamb 'hops ,.. Ib.
Community Church Vaca convention at Daytona Beach. Anne I have been boiling dish towel'in -1 Father's day, lb. 39c
Walrath is home fromAgnes my \ 'i Lamb Stew ....
tion Bible School opened Monday That Parade of gaily decorated little ).
Scott } soapith c'mox added Th.-r will\ h.'i:i i i j"--' .1-t Lemons 2Lbt 29c
with an enrollment of 55 or more.I ears with blaring horns and bells I College in Atlanta. i Bpil !1',' .. mini! ttid, nt ..., ,': :!-, !htrt:,..! ..It t.lllit t""r
There are four classes under the that went through town last Saturday Billy Demery spent la*' w.'ek-; A. 1 J' Thi v ,+ .(IJ) bf .. .\hitc i ".. .-.--ninj; Thi.m" bun of :
leadership of Mrs. Al Nelson. Mrs. not, end in Keystone.Bob : LAMB LEGS Lb79c
morning was as (some I ii- < le; an towel gel soilee1 1)n ouildm; m"0) aret Btbl.
Frank Walrath Jr., Mrs. Francis Carrots 2 19c
I people supposed i a wedding. Itj| Spencer, a former n Clark and Miss West of Missis-j was just a group of enthusiastic!
I was also a weekend \iMtor i m r
sippi who is assisting in the young people advertising the Bap. } town. FEED PURINA
primary department. The ChurchWomen tist Vacation Bible School which: I

serve light refreshmentsevery opened Monday morning. !j I Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Walker .It ALL THE WAY

morning. The school will Mr. and Mrs F. Walrath Sr.'| and Mr. and Mrs. Menzen went

close with a picnic at Gold Head have left for their summer vacation I on a funning trip to Naples the t
Branch State Park on Friday,
North Carolina. I first of this week. .CRISCO3G9C
June 30. I I. Mr. and Mrs. Flliot have broken Lt. Com. ; for
Fred Cole is home or j..j.f' strong
Dr. !loll, the new pastor of the J i ground for their new home on

church will preach next Sunday!!j Crystal Lake. They are starting leave.Mr. S starts from
on the subject "Why Go To ii very up-to-date and modern and Mrs. Musser. parent:;
I I .
Church? (chicken ranch there with a capacity of Dr. William Muster. nave gon .-
Club will I! one day old... .
The Keystone Rotary I II at present of ten thousand back to their home in Clark-burg ,
hold a Fish Fry in the 1Voman'sClub broileis which will later be in
on Friday June 13. Some I creased.. W. Va. FABULOUSLge 'DONALD C'JCK"ORANGE: : '

deep sea fishing parties have been'I Miss 1'3Pierc: .\ of Jacksonville Misss Sandy Weichel is norm e ': 15/
very successful latelyso there has announced her engagement from a year in Penn State Col I, '.-.W_ .V ., i ':r,
ought to be lots of fish. i I to John S. Jackt, Detweiler llpge. r'r: F A B .,
,: 'DONALL. rtlt.MDRESSING'. .. -,, l
Club of Keystone Heights. Mr. Detveiler -
The Lions jof
Kevstonaj I I Mrs. W. W. Charles of MiamI i. for fast growth iTt '$
Heights has elected the following was graduated on Monday : 35
with of B. S. from then I !'ter of Mrs. Huntly Redfearn r
officers to serve during the coming -I a degree
ear beginning July 1: president. Department of Journalism of the I spent the weekend in Keystone.Mr. ready-to-lay 41fi.J e\ \ /2c :

Harry Hughes; vice pres I IU. of F. in Gainesville. The Wedding I and Mrs. Roy Browning entertained I. 27 p ,
vice' will be event of midsummer. well AJLpullets ASTOR
ident. Roy Browning:: second an a group of friends at :i a developed COFFEE CaIZ 79
president Bob Shaughnessy;; third I ,
I picnic supper last Saturday nigh, / '
vice president John Powers; secretary Ms:: Doris Siprelle held open j at 20 weeks "
Scu L' nr e> i1ARMOUR-
and treasurer Edward Bleha. house at her home on Lake Geneva i Land O'Sunshine ")
appointed last Thursday evening for the CARD OF Tn.\ K> TREET :
Anthony Baker was I : 39
Lion Tamer and Wally Muhlhofer. high school graduates and their II I i The family of Mrs. J. E Munj 1 F LOU R J ,:

tail twicer. Walter King and friends. I j dorff wishes to thank their man:;; SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE Lr
William Scales were elected direc Huntley Redfeain Jr. and J I
torDr.. William Musser. Harry 1 Watkins entered summer school II I friends and relatives for the kindnesses I i. Starke. Fla. 25 is $1.95 LIGHT HEAT TUNA ;l; ; ._ 29"F

Hughes and Roy Browning were at the University this week. I extended during the Ion.g,
thcseii del gates t.. the annual: Anne Vance Marilyn Rushton. 1 illness of their wife and mother

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All Visitors Are Cordially Invited To t13I LLJ a > ALL NEW STOCK .

Register For Valuable Prizes t'r QUALITY MERCHANDISE

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a Located Next Door To Bank In[ The Store Formerly
Bradford County Need At A Price They ,
Occupied By Bradford Hardware Company
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All Interior and Exterior Painting By j Starke Hardware Co. I

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Top Photo. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Kitch

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store. Lower photo shows attractive display that

G. DUNCAN STARKE BUILDERS will greet customers on opening of new store Satur- Starke Hardware Co. Every SuccessCHARLEY
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1 Hazen-Thomas '.U.D.C.. Picnic Honors! Shirley Ann Harley I any more and a couple of big spending the duration visiting In :ion Kingsley Lake lastl", .
wood boxes ? u!
Wedding Announced Jefferson Davis I/To \Ved James Gaskin ,,. blocks would be all an the acceptablegift toys and Miami Chicago and Pa. Eva. when Myrwin and Telfa.r !.
lynn and Herbert Ritch
are plan- had as their houEeguests r-

The W. T. Week's chapter 01>i : too-If you have such item ;' ning on opening the Starke Hard- Mrs K. A. Grimes and ihi.t!'

'tie United Daughters of the C..n. lust call Kate or Carolyn and we'I\ ware Co. tomorrow (next to the : Erie, Pa. (now stationed! '
t federacy held m annii.d la.. n see they, are picked up Helen bank i hear that Peggy Cald- Beuning! and Col.\ and M--I !

Wednesday! of 1.1T u.... K ;, was a happy gal the well is planning to accompany Irvine and children of :\t 1.11.'

Gladys MootsPhone i i of the birlhdrt, ?,- < d!a\ when Anne Matthew sister June, back to Ventura. Seems they v ,' II Int'n.l-

33" "HI Davis in t.i.j Kml: !, L lit her diamond-set wrist Calif around the 1st of July associate.A'!: static: .

flume of :Mrs. A. 7._ Ad'!;; :. '. .!:g in the drive way see Alice Ingleright is working ir Europe -.", .: ,
4 l11\'tl.
l --I I __ ...- 1- ---- ---------4 I A delicious cover.-d .i ,,10 neon ',v .t vn -' 'f several dayswas Margaret Jackson's place at Cenfor the !ht >. ,lf, .1'.

was :.1 t'\ -'tI weathered tral Truck Line now i eight collntive! .
I served a n.> ne deer
The Newsomes Miss Lawson I
1 HonoredAt l'n with done '
i H inembeis I' damage Hear that Jimmy Guy will sta Hear
present M I: i_ j,. + fft > that r.:; i\bky., I
, Honored On Silver Several I Powell, ny to hear little Billy with the Adkinses at the lake .'
; Starke :. president pjOMii" !,
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\Vedding Anniversary !Prenuptial Parties i''mined! with the mumps '' Miriam .' .
J. : time the following 011 ICt'1 : .t Jophng '" ( .ty andFlorida") ail! i t mbt rs
;t d! ( haihy Johns has been !a-.l: I'. t Adkins .
comn);: year were elected }" In u-ui L \ .Ie when I BHS graduating t ? i as.s
Miss Evelynn Newsome entertained i Miss Julia Lawson popular IP \\ -th an infected foot the past mom and ,
Mrs E. K. Perryman. l ISI V P pop hazel anti Fred I dentally. Phil h.i- \ :.t a fewGuv.
at a lovely party Thursday I!bnde-elect.] whose marriage to Jos. ,1. couple wet'kshe couldn't exer. .
le.n. ,
Mi.s W G. Haile; nt! \- P s whl.IY tni a nation of ttrpup ,!I..u' -'- t>et m'.,
evening of last week for her fa- | eph Jordan will be an event of s fk rt ttend! his son's grad .itm-i i nun '
I lit (tu ..
llr0.. L Beasley; see :Mi"f :) d '::1 lieltha: :h. 'I''Ii.ii 1 ":, to he ..
ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. 'June 19, has been the irspiratum r nt t F Monday me1ind h< !Hill 1\ .
f B Cottrell: treas. Mrs J. K: : II" S.I."n. .\ .i.t fltst _'
Jesse Newsome, who were celebrating for many lovely parties in the ; \\i>n'i be able tr .," "d ..> 1 _
: v 11'il lei! 1: I ,, _
past wel k. -un ; historian Mrs. L. (;. '; ? )lut't
their silver wedding anni Shrmers convert ,
I Powell: honorary 1 '! : : .-. 1"" .
registrar- Mss :
Thursday afternoon of last week : rt. \ Y \\
versary. either ! in
!from three to five o'clock Mrs J_ 'olive Ray; registrar-Mrs. L. A trIp. but finalh j1'! through last !
A color scheme of white and .4. in h:- dad'- nin: t'i> i'iK I .... ,
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I\V. Ritch aid Mrs. E. D. Tenly'I' Davis; re.ordt'r of crossesMrs i ?u! :' d I u : .
silver was achieved the artistic I t tl.! 1r I !" -
:were hostesses; for the bride-to-bt Mr and :Mr: B T Thomas announce A Z. Adkins; and chaplain- ::Mrs I
floral the Mr. and Mrs. S. C HaiK\ ;' ,' ::
arrangements decorating i ':
|at & delightful kitchen and linen the marriage of1" 1 then \\ J. Chandler. .
rooms of the home. The fireplace Starke announce Uven a t"!:,,
shower and swimming party at daughter. Clara, l<> Mi Jack The following delegates were I
in the living room was banked and approaching mar ,1,1!...
the Ter-ly cottage on Khigsleyi Hazen, son of :Mrs. Ralph Hazen t also elected to attend the U. D. C
with silvered leaves and the man. ]i their daughter ShirliAI I
E. Hazen and the late :Mr.: Hazen convention
i in Jacksonville ill'
(tel held a central arrangement of An attractive color scheme of ,! Airman 2-c JameW < ?,-. ., n.-,.
i of Brooker. son of Mr. and Mrs .1 \\ ; .k.
purple stokesia in a silver bowl. pink. white and was parried ? -
The wedding took place at 1 Beasley and Mrs. Cottrell and
The imported linen-covered dining out in the numerous arrargementsof 1 a1.,1, also of Starke.
Folkston.. Ga. on Saturday, May :ternates, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. }. .
room table was centered with an zinnias and Shasta daisies. The I' The wedding will l h>. ,- n-
31. at 9 o'clock in the evening. 1 tie Gahagan and :Mrs.: W. G
arrangement of shasta daisies in refreshment table was overlaid of Sunday, June 1:1. .it i '1. sin
Mr. and Mrs. Hazen are resid- 1 Haile.
a silver bowl flanked by burning with a white damask doth and the afternoon in t tinH! . >
ing at present in Clarksville, Va. i'
white tapers in silver holders. A held a centerpiece of mixed summer The meeting was adjourned'until Springs Baptist Chin> !li
where Mr. Hazen will semi-
large wedding cake was set atone i flowers. play October. No invitations are In i _

end of the table and the punch i After swimming the guests pro baseball through the summer. but all friends and( 11. Jane Parker Tender Flaky

bowl at the other end. All appointments I gathered in the house while the ; \Vesleyan Guild the couple are imlt.1 l in .It >:' 1

on the table were in guest of honor opened her manY Dons Knight Baptist ; 1

silver. lovely and useful gifts. I Circle Met Enjoy Annual Picnic i Miss Julia Lawson
I | Tuesday
The hostesses presented the ; ,!

Mr. and Mrs. Newsome received I guest of honor with a pair of ap-I The WeMyan Service Guild met' ToVed Joseph JordanThe
i| Pie
from the 50 The Doris Knight circle Apple
many lovely gifts pliqued pillow cas s. ,!j met at the Kingsley: Lake home of the
who called during the evening [ Tuesday evening. June 2 at g I
Invited to attend the affair were (! {C. H. Nasworthys Tuesday evening wedding of Miss Julia Kl- ,
| o'clock in the educational build-
46 friends of Miss Lawson. < for their annual picnic. I lene Lawson! daughter of Mr and -
Mies Newsome was assisted in r ing of the Baptist church. i Swimming was enjoyed the :Mrs.: H. A. Lawson to Joseph Al- i I

serving and caring for the guests Mrs. F. B. Beard and Mrs. L. A. :!!! Mrs.' T. K. McClane, leader, .early part of the evening followedby le Jordan, son of Dr. and :Mrs: A x

by Mrs. J. W. Ritch, who greeted Canova were hostesses at a lovely.'presided over the meeting. Mrs. 1 a covered dish supper on the B. Jordan of Pen at'ola will be an j i|

guests at the door, Mrs. Leona luncheon Tuesday at the latter's i;: Ned Yancey was in charge of the ;Nasworthy's porch overlookingthe I event of Thursday afternoon. June | i' ,. c

Lee, who poured punch and Mrs.R. Kingsley Lake home honoring Mjss'Lawson. I'i: program entitled "Meet The I lake. i 19, at 5:30: o'cIo'k in the First ,

M. Cooper of Jacksonville, who, I 1'I Alaskans", which was given by. During the evening the m 'mberf Baptist church with Rev L 1 Ii. I
cut the cake.Shower for Mrs. F. B. Beard. Mrs. S. E. I Haines reading the nuptials. A
Decorating the home the occasion -
j presented: a gift of a silver gravy will
j Sparks closed( the reception immediately follow
were numerous arrangements meeting with Mit-l
j |boat Rev.
to and Mrs. T. G. )the wedding in the church educa-

Held TonightFor of early): summer. flowers inI I prayer. chell in appreciation and welcome I tional building.No .
colors. The Delicious refreshments
variegated were
back to the church. Miss Sharer : invitations are being issued
Fire Victims i was served from the buffet with 1 served by the hostt'sseslrs.. J. A.
| Hall, bride-elect, was also presented -|but all friends and relatives of the 4
!. five tables arranged on the porch. Christmas. Mrs. James Seymour
with a piece of her chosen ,;young couple are invited to' .it-
A miscellaneous shower will Attending the affair with the and Mrs. N. B. Hosier. ]
silver pattern from the member | i tend.
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hostesses and- honor I
guest were
be given for Mr. and Mrs. John|'. of the Guild.
I I members of the wedding party. The Business Wonien's circle of t
Henry Walker and family on the | High School Awards
lawn of the First Christian Churchparsonage j I :Mrs. L. D. Haines Mrs. H. A. the Baptist Church met Monday This was the first meeting of-I)

jLatvson.. Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mrs. evening in the educational build- 'the new year with the following' Outstanding StudentsBradford
tonight (Friday) at
8 o'clock. M. L. Lawson and :Mrs.: J. T. Law- ing with 11 members pre ent. 'new officers presiding: Ethe' |,

Co-chsirmpn., Shirley 1'011"1. Sewell, president: Hazel CrE's. h'r ;, High School ( Inx,.,; it

The home of Mr. and Mrs. |son.The guest of honor was presented presided in the absence of the *first vice-president; Garuita year by presenting aunnlseven !- '< Ann Page Rich Creamy Smooth

Walker was completely destroyed i with a hand painted Tolle tray leader, Mrs. Martha Futch. The 1 Parker. secretary; and Oleeta I i: of its outstanding lid, 1.-' '

when struck by lightning Friday!|'i from her hostesses. meeting opened with singing night. June 6. All hOusehold --
"Send The: Light" followed with week.
furnishings, clothing, etc. were destroyed I The Baptist recreation hall was '
the watch word and prayer by Doris Moncrief !! Florence Brown was by fire, so anything given the setting of a lovely mifCellan1 1; 'Qe
:1 Mrs. Polltt. An interesting: pro scholarship award: Ruth < ;u l-1I1l>
will be appreciated. Person :,, cons shower Thursday afternoon quart
gram entitled "::\ The Alaskans" To\VedJune27 the D. A. R. Citizenship ..1a III
who have articles they would like *, from four to six: o'clock feteing |II
Earl Norman the Scienci .\\anl
i was presented by Mi-s. Pear'Schropshire I
to have picked asked tc Miss Lawson. Hostesses for the :
up are
i' with the following Mr.>, and Mrs. James H. Mon Nancy Bates and Pats l.k:' '"MI
contact Mr. and Mrs. Homer affair ;were Mrs.' B. T. Thomas, JJ
Mrs. members taking part: :Mrs.: Kate crief i of the State Farm announcethe spelling awards. DRESSING _
Swindall Phone No. 255J. George Flynn, :Mrs.: Orie Wiggins :,
:Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. Lacy.i:I Sheppard, Mrs. J. W. Hitch Mrs. engagement 'approaching I| Margaret Rose Duncan l and -

Silcox, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs.', J. H. Moncrief. Mrs. J. D. Doyle i marriage of their daughter. Doris I j.Billy Moore were given Ameru-ar \ j

1 ._ L. G. Powell, Mrs. W. J. Dodd, 1ff!'. .{: Mrs. Fred J. Pellum, Mrs.!' M. L. Annita. to Mr. Robert W. Under- I I Legion Citizenship Junior High ...- '--

1--- Paul Raymond and Mrs. L. F. Lawson and Mrs. Calvin Johns. :hill, son of Mr. and Mr- JudsonW. awards.
I Dinkins. >,. The hostesses, Mrs. Fred J. Undeihill of Orlando. The Florida Dressed and Drawn Grade "A"
arse :' Pink and blue predominated in Pellum, Mrs. 'alvin John'. Mrs. wedding will take place Friday. Methodist Men Give -

the arrangements of hydrangeas :j: Marian Howe and Mrs. Willa Mae June 27, at seven-thirty o'clock in

{ placed at vantage: points throughout i'1: Hinson served refreshments during the (evening in the First Baptist Ladies' Night ProgramThe FRYERS LB 47CAllgood

the hall. The cutwor-linen the social hour. Church, Staike A reception will
Starke ,
Methodist Men
covered tea table was centered I bp held immediately after the

with an artistic arrangemert of'' ceremony in the church recreation Fellowship will sponsor a Ladies

white carnations and pink buttor. Musical Program building. Night on :Monday evening .lum

chrysanthemums with leaves of : Heard By Rotary i ii No invitations are being issued. 16. at 7:30: p.m. in the Methodic I Fancy Sliced BreakfastBACON

silver in Recreation Hall, C. H. Nas:;wurth\
pink a crystal bowl! i i but all frends and relatives of

Around the centerpiece was ruffles) A short course in music. complete the couple are invited to attend. president of the :Methodist: I"II'

i of white nylon illusion and pink with sound effects, was the I Fellowship announced this wick LB 49CLarge

silver leaves and flanked by sil- 'novelty program enjoyed by memI A special musical prop: am, i I.

ver candle holders entwined with t bers of the Staike Rotary Club'I 'II Vacation School being planned in honor nt! t t'?\

nylon illusion and pink silver |I at their \\'ednesd.lluncheon'. 'Enrolls 96 StudentsThe ladies and the guest :speak'r t wl':I!

leaves with burping white tapers. i I.meeting. II i iI be United States Naval Chaplain Firm

'All the appointments on the table Ii'I I The program was presented by (' Vacation Church School of Ralph Hopkins, senior piotestantchaplain
were silver and crystal. |
1 Larry Gibson. who displayed a the First Methodist Church of of the Naval Station I i.
In the line
receiving were the i collection of instruments ranging Starke opened Monday morningat Green Cove Springs.The .
--- ., T AStFt bride-elect and the hostesses. LEMONS DOZ 29CLarge
Pouring punch wa :Mrs.: H. A. from gorrds to the French horn 9 p.m. with an initial enrollment committee: in charge "ot '''i-

TESTEDThis 'Law-son mother of the bride-to- and viDlm.: After a brief dis- of 96 children and worker upper to be served at 7; :;jH
be. cu"-sion of o.:\ch instrument, a The Vacation Church School composed of the following : r' li I I

scientific instrument The hostesses presented Miss i'selection was played on it to will continue each weekday morning Nasworthy, Carl JohnW :;

tells us what's wrong when Lawson with the gravy ladle from demonstrate its! tone. from 9 to 11, closing on Fri Sibley, A. H. Harley. .1: .,:.0: !h' Yellow

you bring your watch in, her chosen silver.Twohundredfifty. In presenting this unique program day. June 20. An interesting trip C. Brown.

and it tells you it's right guests were!' Gibson was assisted by Bob, for the Junior Departm lit is-

when you lake it away invited to call during the appointed I'Davison of the BHS faculty, and planned! in connection with then W.S.C.S. Meets ONIONS 3 LBS 25C

Faster more economical ,hours. two !students Ben North and Jack study of the Old T st amenl.A .

repairs with printed proof i i :Miller.: Mrs. Homer Swindall picnic for the! entire sihool The bu.sine.sdiv! [-' "_ "! .

of accuracy ,>. : Recent Birth, accompanied them at the piano. will he held n Thur-ddJuni mi ..f the Methods \\ .- .-
M I ,.'"<. '. V; lona ..Smor/ Iall'sPEACHES
19. following the tuoinin<; -t>s-oii \J!! oe held III the

WILLIAMS Mr. and :Mrs.: II. R. Wyonne of[ Jane Adams Honored at Kin.useL.iki;: ] r'e'lii; 'i".'\ ,at :'I: oua.s <0> ?' .

Birmingham Ala. announce the

birth of a daughter. Pamela Leigh, At Birthday Party ': NO 2 V2 1 CAN 27C

b irn on May 22. Mrs. Wyonne is
I The Kingsley Lake home of Dr
JEWELRY the former Enms Paul. daughterof -
and :Mrs.: H. IL Adams was the j Mr. I -
Mr:: aldlrs.:: A. T. Paul, former
residents of Starke.Are scene of a delightful birthday'swimming
-- party Tuesday afternoon Daily

from three to five, ti clot k -
ii honoring Jane Adams' fifth birthday

foil Bothered )With The anniversary.The ; \\iww11: h heat U. too hot I attending; the 11-".'.. :. 3 LB CANS

party was held on the pier to make news too hot to p.t itw I turn in Daytona Beam ." .'! h DOG FOOD 25C

s HEAT ? and delicious refreshments :were and too hot to write it, HO we'll simmee on Wedne-day and Tnur-

served in the large pavilion at the make it brief this week: have !I day Coaches Jm\: p..hl'

i end of the pier. The birthday the usual moving around the and Harold Hazd\vo'(l .., : '
cake iced in white and embossed ] .- 1
was ,
I I T. H. McXeills were from New tending the Nat'l\ AquatK -i, >:
See Vs For in pink. blue and green with i Ann Page
Smyrna over the weekend to finish in Roseville State Park. Chipie\
i five tiny doll candles. j I
t 'k the '' moving out of their house on Ga. from June Sth to 19th
Swimming was enjoyed early -
W. :Madison to hear that Larry Cibsi: > >!
that sorry
so the Eustif
the after
of afternoon
i is to have to lo- a iu"ib> ,
McKnights, the going
which Jane opened the many lovely new owners cal MAYONNAISE QT 45CNutley
gifts presented to her from her: moin this weekend the nail after smashing hr>! lint' i

\ w 25 little guests. f i\j W. C. Corams are moving into with a hammer while puuepiu.! '

Assisting Mrs. Adams in caring theV.. B. Alexander house I'!: around the house.

\s for the ehildren were Mrs T. K. Church street being vacated by''! Sarah Lawson saysh,. isn't
a Spend Your Summer I'
Why lcClar.('. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright the McKnights the Adams I[ going to take a vacation: this Colored and QuarteredOLEO

k a { Sweltering ? and :Miss: Jean :Mundy.: ,, and the Adkins; families have moved -i| summer. she is just going to do.-

out to their homes ('n Kingsle) I| her shop on Thurs. afternoons bt

LeonhardJacksonMarriage |j: the past week The Dolvir sides Tuesday for an additional!
i the1 I' each week find Pearl
|I Foreman tamily (mgr. of rest 'LB 1Weeeeen
Air Condition $229.95 Announced !i! Sunoco station! and the Bill Col- Burnham working now in Koc h'- ,

sons have moved from the corner' and Steve Simmons is in
Announcement is being made of of Church and Call the Baltimore. Md. this week Chris'.
$59.95 streets
Fans to
Window the marriage of Mrs. Carl H. Jack-
Alvarez home :-:. mas 'hopping-of all things hei I
REVERSABLE son to Fred Leonhard. both of., on Waluui: street but r__,_" .. ..__ ______
TWO SPEED } and Al K. and Kitty Carlisle: also said blonde-hunting
7 j Starke, which took place :Monday: Swaneo
evening at 7 o'clock in the First and youngsters, Jinsr-ie and Keithare :' that's not for publication' Towels 2 rolls. 29c I Prices inthis ad effectithruSaturday
Oscillating Fans $7.95 j Presbyterian Church. Gainesville h-ivm* the 10th 'or a our find Dot Epperson is pinch-hI't.ng Paper June 11.A&PFOOD.

|with Rev. U. S. Gordon officiating. ,i iI weeks tour up to iVish D. fWichita. I''at Starke Builders while Evelynr. I" I" ___..______..__ _

TERMS TO SUIT I jl Attending the couple were Mr. Kin.. YeH(>.\' i.one Xa''I Newsome is vacationing for tw> :No Limit Plus Deposit

and Mrs. C. V. Inglebnght of Park, San Francisco and ending weeks STORETh
of 24 89c
Coca -
in Ore. Visited Kate Struth's nurserygroup ,
Starke j jap Eugene.; where tre: ,

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Leonard are on a plan to make th ir f uie.j Sunday a.m. and s*". could Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

weddng trip through South Florida j I Airman 3c Jerry Lawson *is |surely ue a larger play pen IT A and P Entire Contents Copyrighted 1950Grapefruit
for several weeks after which lone of the room 'o i-orra!
flying to Williams AT Force i corner
PHONE 166 the iI I Juice 46 oz. can 15c 300 East Call St.IIr .
will make their hone in I
Fla. they base at Chandler. Anz. on Monday j some of the wondering ,
222-224 Ttmple Ave. U. S. tucked I I
Leonard tome N. Church
on after several weeks l leave I stets if you have one

t street with his folks Doyle Conner away in the attic you aren't using I .J


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I Jack Haile and niece, Linda I Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Lee had as Miss Mary Demaree of Gainesville -

Sue Haile of Miami are spending I guests last week Betty Chitty ad was visiting her sister. Mrs Rev. Mitchell ReturnsTo Children's Group Mrs. R. G. Allen

this week with Mr. and Mrs. W'I| Evelyn Y oemans of Lakeland Ga. Herbert Ritch, on Wednesday. First MethodistFor Dies In Orlando

G. Haile. and also had as guests on Wednesday A. M. Sieg is in Baxley. Ga., on Hears ProposalThe

Mrs. L. B. Chambers, who was Mrs. A. Hughes and Mrs. C. business until June 26. Another YearThe Mr*. Vera .
Surrency Allen V.,
V V / I operated on last Friday in the T. Hughes of Valdo"ta and Nay- Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Beasley Brooker. died
lor Ga. Rev. Thomas Glenn :Mil Bradford County Chi'ilren's Thursday.junt! '
Alachua] Hospital, returned home ind daughters. Sue and Jean of in an Orlando
NEWSMr chfll received favorably hospital. She
IN THE Mrs.V.. H. Nollman and sister. of Starke was reappointedas A.I-
Lake Alfred
9 Tuesday and is getting alongnic'ly. were guests of Mrs.
Mrs. T. W. Oliver of St. Simons O. L. minister of the First Methodist! a suggestion: by MrRuih native of Ray City, Ga. and h.ui.t

- u Island Ga. left Thursday to join Beasley from Friday tc I Church of Starke for the third Morse in which the position of sided in Bradford County :t',i
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and i Tuesday. They also attended
and Mrs. G. L. Patton I Mrs. :Merrill: Struth and chil-1 :Mr.: Nollman in Wilbaux, Mont. I year by Bishop Roy II. Short at attendance officer and juvenile years. She was a memb r .': t
H. V. Knight visited Mr. and Mrs. Sues giaduation from F. S. U.
and son George are in Mianv dren spent the weekend with relatives where Mr. Nollman has been on a the annual session of the Florida counselor iould be combined. New Hope Primitive Hip
\V. Tallahassee
Colson in n
Orange Park last Saturday
this week on a business and plea. I in Deland. i! business trip. The Nolknans and }Ir. and evening. Methodist Conference held ir Mrs. Morse plan has also;, been Church.
Friday. Mrs.
James Maxwel!
Mrs. Oliver will visit Mr. 01lman's Lakeland. June 48. received favorably by the County Surviving ai I.> hush
sure trip. Miss Lucie Paulk student
I a i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and and son, Jimmy of Carrollton .
Mrs sister! Mrs. W. B. Brennanin Mr. Mitchell was also Commission.The Rufus G. Allen: fir dau ht!,
Maj. and C. Wollenberg in S. C. reappointed ;
Orangeburg, spent
daughter. Nancy, spent the weekend Ga.. visited Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand
I Mlssoula. Mont ar.d also the to the Conference Commission Committee received the :Mrs. Rosalee Padg. '.
(t Farmington, Conn, will arrive last \\'ppk'inting Miss Faye Palatka ,; Cl.uk.
i in where Nancy sere daughter. Wilma,
Glacier National Park Lake Monday letter of from Holli .
resignation ville. Tenn.. Mrs.
on Christian Vocationsand Mary Katlr
this weekend to several t ;
spend Paulk. Faye returned with Lucie !
I ed as bridesmaid! for her cousin, Louise while enroute to Silver Springs.Mr. .
Canada Vancouver, B. C. V. Knight who has been
days with Mr. and Mrs L. G. to the latter's home in was elected as chairman at acting Padgett. Brooker. and Mr I:'.!
PearSon. i Miss Jeanine Hernngton, on Sunday and also Mrs. Nollman's brother- and Mrs. Eustis McKnight the
as county's juvenile counselor.
the Mae
I Jacksonvilleu
organizational '
Powell. meeting of the ; : -
Ga. and then on to Orange-burg S. afternoon. Nancy remainedin ir.-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. daughter, Dolores, and son. David commission.The Knight had been donating his Cpl. Carl Benjamin Allen. l' -
:Mr.: and Mrs. Dolvin Foreman IC.I expecting to be gone ten days. Palatka for the wt't'k'IS.t111ri F. Swinyer in Los Gatos, Calif. were in Manning, S. C., from' 'services without
charge to the
attended the funeral Monday of I Sylvia Paulk is spending this relatives. They will be away for several Wednesday to Monday where II I Re.J..' R. Hill a former county. Air Force. Barksdale Field I.
and E. ,
Mr. Foreman's uncle, F. :M.: Meeksof week in Lake City visting her Mrs. Panola Mitcham and Mr. ,weeks. they were visiting relatives and I pastor of the Starke Church was Roy Allen. Jacks?none \

Ocala which was held in| cousin Vivian Paulk. j and Mrs. \\'. E. Mitcham and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen of I' attended the McKnight family I transferred from Dunnellon tc Under Mrs. Morse's plan the sister Mrs. Rosa Kmi

Nichols] Ga. I Hank and Joalyce Graham rev !, daughters Elaine and Wendy Gainesville were visiting the Haz reunion. Dolores remained in'1 j' the Williston Methodist Church. County Commission would pay Jacksonville: three f'Uhei-

:Mr: and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and turned home Sunday after spending visited Mr. and Mrs.V.. G. Haile en: families here or. Sunday. Charleston, S. C., until this week- ,' Another former pastor the Rev. $1000 annually to the combined W. Surrency, StartI I r :s ,
'W. official while the :; h.." ivncy. Hudson !F.sllJ.! Y .
Mr. J. Churchwell :* Board
and Mrs.
son. Franklin, and :Mrs.: Pear! a week with the D. A. Mon on Saturday while enroute from Ewell Lawson and end to attend the graduation exercise was transferredfrom
sons, and Miss the Main Street would pa $1000 M. J Surrcmy .I u k-.invilU
Burnham visited Suawnnee Jerry Jimmy, and Methodist
teiths! in Eustis. Daytona Beach to their home in > and ball at the CitadelE.

Springs on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse ; ews,>me. |! Atlanta Ga. The Mitchams were: 'II Pat Sieg spent Sunday in Auburn- L. Langston of Manning returned Church in Jacksonville to the Harmon 1' Morgan, county Funeral! ser\ h tt. held) S,
dale visiting relatives. Murray Hill Methodist Church in i school superintendent, said helooking t>' ,"l.i> :ai'.ernoon: a' ; ?;t ck :in '
Mrs. Lula Mott was in Jessup son John ::Mack and daughter, also visiting the Hales the early home with his daughter
Mrs. Albert Hand of Stafford. Jacksonville.Dr. t"i' someone qualified tot Bioi'kei1! Baptii i t.' 'i i \\ni! I ,<
Ga. over the weekend visiting Evelynn and Miss; Joyce New part of last week. Mrs. McKnight for an indefinite
Conn flew here Sunday to spendten the t.I' )> \. Artln.1 '
t \
YV. job. > Spiiiiu''ii ) !
friends and relatives.Mrs. some of Gainesville left Wednesday Rev. J. E. DuPle of Live Oak visit. T. Walters was rev

:: B. C. Holtzendorf will for a w'pk''acation at and Mrs. L. M. Burgess of Gainesville stader.)] days Mrs.with Hand Mrs.and Wilma Mrs. Dock- !i DK 2 Lyle Anderson. Jr. re- 'appointed as pastor of the Methodist The iimnuttee rll-o dot: :t.,.t d!i !\i i.t l'lir'-t..r.. i' tm li
Dockj '
j tialiiiiIMllbe: : : ere A':
Spend next week at Suwannee Panama City Beach and a week Ga. spent Monday and Tues- tader, and son. Billy will drive { turned to his ship the Leyte in Church in Lawtey. a short course entitled "Juxemle .
to Hi-ivai. Ki- I K.-
Knight, :! 'II :
Springs at an annual family re |iln Miami d.iwith. Mr. and :Mrs. J. II. Du- Elmii-a. N. Y. next Wednesday to I Norfolk, Va., on Monday after Dclmquiiicy"which is being
Parrish. Hutui : !i" rsh.Parnsh. '
union with her sisters from Texas!! I Hollis V KrughA.: \ hiKi-i.I Pre. spend the summer with relatives. spending 23 day's leave with his ,St. Marks Sponsors taught at the University of f '
M rrell
.. ani) M o
and Brunswick, Ga. and her I J ness visitor m Gainesville Mon Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis Il.ljl j Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bird of '. family. Vacation School Florida n June 22-24 The !I' I"
Interment; dan
: 11\ -
mother from Jasper. 1 day. : as guests Sunday and Mon. i 1 Jacksonville and Hollis Knight. |J Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. McCord antifamily ioui>e \\ ill !b<- held in the Student ,
tery with Kt-\-M r. he Fun '
nay Mrs. Kartsonis' mother and Jr.. spent the weekend at the! attended the singing convention Union Building and i is opento .
| St. MarkEpiscopal Church \viPsponsor l! Home in charge of arranm-n :
asters, Mr*. John E. Tsavans Knight's Grandin Lake cottage.Mr. 1 in Palatka on Sunday. anyone interested<< in the problem.
: a Vacation Bible' Schoo!
and daughters Mary and Barbara and Mrs. Vernon Silcox had I Judy Dankel spent last week The fee for the course' is $3.
begmnmgIonda June 25. andlasting '
anti grandmother Mrs. Emanuel I'i as Monday night guests Miss Elise ,; with Barbara Peeples in Zephry- The committee also discussed 1 day. July U Eight memb i -
THEATRE through Friday Jul> ;3
Hague.anolis of Tarpon Springs Tatum Mr. and Mrs. Meltfn I i I hills. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Peepler Parents are )aged to make their other problems concerning children five ,.-Ut-t- were present ..; !r.

STARKE who were enroute to New York I j: Weaver and M. J. White of Bui-1 i! brought Judy home on Sunday plans so that their duldien "ia\ in the community and plan month's luncheon meeting ,II : ,
and Couneticut to attend the :iliimton Beach. j I and spent the day with the N. S .
attend. -.I 'h. 'I' nex meeting for Men- Thomas 1:1': lal1rant.
Dedicated To graduation of their son and brothrr Wayne Mundorf !spent last week Dankels.Mr. .
Community Service"Movies
Lewis Tsavaris from Harvard. !I!at Santa Fe lake with his aunt, and Mrs. Bill Reynolds and TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Are Better Than Ever" '
:Mr. J.V.. Kincaid i is leaving'Mrs.' Ruby Johns} and friends, and son of Charleston S. C. were / I <
Sat., June 1.1- ONLY Sun., Mon. June 15, 16 today for Tampa to attend business I i(his brother. Jan, is spending this recent guests of Mr. and Mrs A. [ fe it

DOUBLE FEATURE for a few days. 'week out there. I IE. Wall at Kin sley Lake. SUNDAY IS
Mrs. W. A. Stern and :Missj: j Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindall j
Miss Thelma Green andancy -* IIII
WHEN THE LAW JOINS LASH Louise Stern attended the wed- and sor., Anthony, returned Sunday t Br <
and Mary Ann Dally !spent the i
[OUTLAWS TAKE weekend in St. Augustine visitingThelma's ding of Miss; Grace Pilkington in from Kentucky and Virginia i HIS DAY i

COVER Jacksonville last Friday evening. :!:where they visited their parents. 4
aunt Mrs. Emma Creech.Mr.
WIWAMS Mrs. Lelia D. Blissent of Miami I|I Emerson W. Kerr has returned I" i .fInd
I of .
and Mrs. Joe Brinkley .
II visiting the Lawson families a home after spending his vat-ation 4
.. ._. Jacksonville spent' the weekend 1 .
few days this :week. i in Jacksonville with Mr. ar.d Mrs. 4
With James Stewart Plus! with :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg. Mrs. Havana Johns :Miss: Doro- 1'James I O. Toppins. t roar- 4

"Papa's Day <,f It1."t" Cartoon and[ Mrs. M. H. Sheppard and son, thy Johns and Ed Hicks will attend :.j I :Mr.: and Mrs. Kd Kaufmann ot I.. 4

ri latest News Michael, left Thursday for Rhine- the wedding Sunday of Miss Hilda Chicago. Ill. have beer. visiting a.za KOCH'SIS 4 4
IiI"w '
LASH URUE !lander. Wis., to join :Mr.: Sheppard Watson to James R. Bolomey in their son and daughter-in-law. Mi 1 a e Y ;4 tpp.

FUZZY ST.JOHN MRS. HARRY[ HOUSTON who is working there. Hrooksville. and Mrs. George Kaufmann antifamily : 4 4

Mrs. Lex Green and son. Lex, J. E. :Mundorf: has returned from for the past two wl' 'k.- p. 1 HEADQUARTERS 4 4

Tues., Wed. June 17, IS .Ir/ are visiting relatives in Wash Owensboro: Ky. after a week's; Miss ElI. McCrory ai rived Mi ,. .. w 4

4 ington. D. C and Pennsylvania i visit with his sister, Mrs. Ruth i terday from Glasgow. Scotland! \t.- p. For 4 4

u AND THE SUSPENSE STORY 'In- \\eek Prudence. He was accompanied make her home with her uncle :and 4

home by his brother and ,sister-in- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kenyan.on : '. HIS GIFT 4 4

OFTHEYEAR! !.i\v. Maj. and Mrs. W. II. Munti Silver! Lake. She will b, .1'- 4
mx s ORLO .art of Augusta. Ga., who are companied to Starke by Mrs Kei- 1 tt t

t t'.nnng Florida for a likely spot to 1 rigan who met her nicer in NV<.\ p.. 4
4c k I i -tire. 1 York. ( rime in and look over the wonderful 4
Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss i Mr. and Mt s. H A. Sprow ar.d) l 4

Ln.ii.se I Stern attended the West- daughter Sara Jo. are leaving this selectionve have gathered for 4 4

c min kr thou at the Riverside week to spend several weeks with a t t .\ <>u convenience.
Pasbxterian church in Jackson- relatives Norwalk, Ohio. <4

vulf Wednesday evening.Mr. Mrs. Mayme I. Toomex was in 4 4

and Mrs Stewart Jensen of Jacksonville for the weekend with Also FATHERS DAY CARDS 4

F Miami; Dac\ former residents of'her,1 1Siaike. daughter Mrs. Ruth Toppins i <4r II

iVI'-t ;: we,, I event visitors of Mr. Miss Grace Louise McDowell of 4

:a I Ilr5.. Lloyd Green. I'
IEaBTR 'Jacksonville is this week 4
FIRE Mrs.! Bertha Pearce had a? ]here with her
uais svtdonH great grandfather. Fountain Special Lime Sherbet 19c
t pt. i
ptAyrE roc I house guests this week her cousin John U low. ar.d her great aunt.

Atp1N I om ctNEBARRY and his wife :Mr.: and Mrs. W. B.; Mrs. Carrie Ward.
I may cause a Haynes. of Fitzgerald, Ga. i p. t 4

I IYOI MICM IL hANClEE Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and 1 | County Teachers Hold i FREE II IT1! EACH PIRCHASE OF TWOAT.V 4
I CLARKEMOOREGATESAAKERPlus serious loss. Let 'family were in Brooker Sunday I j jI 4
: p. <
I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. i Picnic At Officer's Club 4
"Snow Time" Cartoon and l i' i I A BEAUREGARD TOSS UP BALLOON 4
Mrs. E. M. Hazen of II rook er.I I j

Jt"il/ j i l.all"t( News us check your ( mother of V. V. and M. F. Hazen,, i'j I The teachers of Bradford -h1 .4.4

RCPT STACK.JGmS-GlKn ROUND who has been in the Alachua hos- II| School took the day off yeterda)> e

asshV .I.IACm'DI .U8Uaa iAIfjUIAui i lhur., Fri. June 19, 20 PoliciesCharley i pital the past nine days was released -j! to invite the teachers of othecountyy U Koch Store

Plus "Cheese Chasers" Carlton S'I WHEN IN ROME Wednesday but will] return -II schools to a picnic at t Drug tj

Latest hews for an operation in the nearfuture. Kingsley Lake. The picnic \\' fe
Van Johnson and I Paul Iosiglac E. Johns ; held a day after a county.widteacher's f

MRS. EDWARD BURNS .\1"10>" 'atroot Fledgling" ('artlH'" Miss June Patel was in Jacksonville -1 j I meeting that took place Phone 53 Starke, Fla fpp.

Agency for the weekend visiting :Mr. | in the Starke U. S. O. Wednesdays .4


SEXT IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS ",.. '.. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr.wrrc The teachers went swimming
.' .
r.. ... m Jacksonville last Fridaycenini i at the Camp Blanding Officer'Club. !'
.... ...... attending a gl'ttogethertI .
old classmates of the Jackson ,
high School at the home of Mrs. i! Meet i'lWsdaNight 4. I

Ida Reuben. Also attending, was I
IfoUeatt'od To :)lows Are ... -. __ ., .1 k i Elmer Allen of Jacksonville, a former <- The AIlll't I' .Ill Legion Auxilian I t
THEATRE ItettcrThan resident of Starke. will hold! its meeting I : Tuesday e\'. I II
CiwununitySen Friends of Mrs. Corine Hud.* n ,
> .
rung Iu"e,1-! s r !<> I; m th-

Ice A ;MARTIN Tllt .\Tlm Ever will regret to hear she was takerto .' :mn; !Hsi, \ t"- .11.'
the Glendale hospital in I'alatk.t: -
I': "'r".j
Box Office Opens 7:13; P.M.: Show Starts S:00 I'.M.: Monday for observation.Mr. ,t t Ld ,.

OPEN EVKRY :NKIHT RAIN OR FAIR And Sunday School and Mrs. Corbin Livelv .ir I: I

children of Dothan. Ala '.\' rc : -:- .: .: :' '.-.CLb '

Take Father To The Drive-In On His Day.In Supplies guests Tuesday and Wednesday .

o It :Mr and Mrs. J. T. Law.on .

cooperation with Harksdale's Dept. Store we will give Mrs H N. Martin spent last METALSIGNS I 1 1F 1 dtrI

a Century Wrinkle-Proof Dress Shirt (value S3.)5):$ !): ) to .-.-.-- -- ,'" Thursday:! night in Bronson! with

the Oldest Father, the Youngest Father, and the Father _.."JUHk". ...... ,=" !..:.. L=:== !t"< r pa"ens. Mr and Mrs I A
with the :Most Children attending! our Sunday Night i : l 11'01111's.: Martin brought herS :

Show. 'fl Jimmy home after his visit ,

rs-t itlThe \ Ith his grandparents.Mr .
I' .
t'.e Ned Yancey and :Mrs B
Fri. Sat. June 13: It t :Mon., Tues. June 16, 17
:N Martin and children pent

IW '-' I Thursday! \ afternoon in Gainesville.Mrs. FOR (CENTROOM lI '
Stella Denley. Mrs. Robbie 4I11iit1lMt\I1U1iLiI*

FLYNN MILLIONS! SCO IELD haIler and Don Ray Tilley Vlsltell"Ir. i {

1RROL VAUGHN and Mrs. Leland Atwood in FOR RENTaP:1itTMENT

OLIVIA Arlington' on Sunday and also

DeHAVIUAND MONROE Reference Bible spent part of the day at Jacksonville

I EJutJt) Rev. C. I.ScofirUD.D/ \ Beach.Mr .

I .' Assisted by Eminent ScholiriHelpi and Mrs. E. U Charbonneau FOR RENT

SHERIDAN ( on Page Where Needed have gone on to their summer kt
home in Worchester :Mass
With Marginal Chain Renderings Reference, Prophecies. Revised spending' several day herewith ater f'l I FOR! SALEPR11'ATE THE FIR/7 Tl fE SliCK IIN OFF R HAS 8FFII AfAlJE

\jpJj; Harmonized Books of the Bible John Uglow and Mrs. CarrieWard. I
yAgp > d
I Analyzed and many other fei- -

A WARNER lRO$. RELEASE S.. r' turn every Bible student J1etdJII Mr. and :Mrs.: Richard Ray of I slop SMND'NG' MOMY TOlAi NtVt Iff AGAIN1fHol ,.'_(> po, lei rt... "..*-.) of off ou.omoftl*.tkfn If ,.vrnding ...
a.rv..n. aU UlI IILTUIiEIW WA10 IONO i .. ....' and .h. ".H...... ,It
Jacksonville spent Sundayith .od hove oI.e tu est '" _rot ,0. "' '" mot* U are t mt *
HICHAEL'CURTIZ srrr. :. .A ktrutuc PRODUCTION, Ji I :Mr.: and Mrs. J. S. Sapp.Mr. KEEP OUT ho vok* ond n wenk money N ,a .r lelld, ... run ,...IIdo...") lu mkolnttt ,_'.. -p.-t'.ng ..li do
I lou..dt, out ei kovuig e wotH-woflion de.ea most o' the |cB So. M*M today foi d.li li 'P
Plus "Pied .Pip-r.* of Basin i II Schofield Bibles : and Mrs. Guy Sale and "*y /." .! invdi w $% SOMt lHar nw"9h w 0'1 rev (ol allvi lo MiJ
Plus ".Tt'For Zoo" Cartoon Street" Cartoon daughter Linda Kay. and Mrs. J. NO TRESPASSING;

B. Sapp spent Sunday Valdosta..

Ga visiting :Mr.: Sale's mother POSTED All YOU 00 IS SET TKC DIAL AND TURN IT ON!

MRS. X. 0. MAXWELL From $3.00 Mrs. John Sale.
I :MRS. W. II. SMITH UD Joann Bennett 'ot t\crt.i oil! row cloiW* ... -W .mo..stst..
and Fred Bennettof / / Marianna are spending this; / GActow frets cf.'f yow wt q..r b.
Sun. June 15 ONLY
I Send your name and week with Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil Se vtll. 45C ea. cavtt the y lrunin .' Iot>gw.A1"'tU .
Wed., Thur. June 1S. 19 ].
I address for Free Literature .
:Mrs.: Mattie
Gahagan is leaving
-- Last A Lifetime
I I and Price List. this weekend for an indefinite visit; H Wft/U 61 All 61Hlt NASftUr MAiIMON tuimxa ,

SAMUEL GOIDWYNpleeh with her son and daughter-in-law, Weather Resistant

:Mr.: and Mrs. Emmett Gatagan ir.

WE i ? I OUR VERY I I Bluff ton. S. C and with friend* 111gavanrab.

kLL OWN '& 1lln4M'I I Linda Kay Ga. Sale spent last BRADFORD

-- Thursday: and Friday at DaytonaBeach
111 mJ'Fwt! 1ilUW'JCAII fdl6a.w.
S _Iti::.., wsrI. S Jdwlo I 1 1 with her father Guy Sale
k,BO I OIO nCIVKt<. Mrs. Harold Hazelwood is COUNTYTELEGRAPH

Plus "Sprln( m* Sf'renade" Plus "100 Pjpnles and A Panda'Cartoon ,. P. 0. Box 141 spending with ten relatives.days in DeFuniakSprings PHONE 229 STARKE

Cartoon I Starke, Fla. Mrs. last Cleveland Friday Dnggers from Monti-returned West Call St. Florida.

cello Ky. where she ha3.bee I OFFICE SUPPLIES
'I {l'iSltL'1g her parents for a month

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PAGE i __.__ __ ". FRIDAY... JCVF!; is, 19VLAWTEY
-- -- --
r, will te glad to know I J'W
''' Walters family have moved into their | f
yyyyyyyyyYTVYVVYYVTTTT new
Girls Attend 4-H Short Course
that he has been returned to pas- ,.-out \ I ADDRESSESOF
: home and are thankful to every-1 I
lor the Lawtey Methodist churl one who have helped them since INTERESTSgt.

another year. i they lost their home by fire last Doyle E. Crew. 47'')"' STARKE UPHOLSTERY
r Freddie Dinkins is .
L. II. FlitchLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA I vacation cpe.td g the Janurary. Homer Ave S. E. Apt. D Wash

:summer with relatives ir I Mrs. Lila Miller and son Billy mgtcn 20.. D. C.

I Avon Lee Park.Taylc.T Fender, of Orlando spent the W. H Yawn. 2b T..: I.": t w c. Mtfoun

:Mrs. \V. H. Edwards, a loug' I W1.-.i .* enjoying a furlough I' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. \ Augusta. Ga. Let I's Make Your Old Furniture

of Lawtey, moved\ ..., tis parents, Mr. and Mrs
time resident ..j rs ,f Fender after \'isiting'relat \'es ir Alice O Ohxer Hi Ovud'
The -ah Taylor, after a in Better Than \eir
to Jacksonville last Saturday. I the year Georgia and Alabama last week ,i St., St. Augustine. Fla.

H. E. Priests have purchased the' Far East Lee spent nine I i, Guests of the H. M. McRaes last'i' Mrs. Emma Hill Bi'>\ 176
and plan to move months of active duty on the Florida Southern All Work Fully Guaranteed
Edwards home j week Wt re Mr. and Mrs. T. N college\ Lake.

into it in the near future. Though: ] 1 front in Korea. j Norman and son &M Mrs. Irene land, Fla. CALL: FOR
Jack Bales and daughters,
Mrs. Edawrds has movjj away Mrs Boan, all of Heilbronn; :Mr. and Leo Bradley. 1115 N W. H3ri: !
Martha and Jackie, of FUElESTDL: \TE
fhe expects to carry tin with her Oriando'l .T Mrs Robert Mynck and daughter St Miami 3&, Fla.

music both here and in Starke. are spending the summer Kathy. ot Lake Geneva, Mrs I Dempsey R. SIIOP PHONE RESIDENCE
mother Sapp I6o"> N F
with Mrs. Bales 199
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller and Bishop Thomas and children of Terrace. Gainesville, Fla 1S-AV
Wells. Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. '
children of Gainesville were recent Paul Dir.kr.f, Jr.. and PhillipShuford Tony Mrs. P. E. Faulkne-: Rt ;. E. \
Gongalea- Starke.
guests of the Frank Jones family.Mr. .I are attending the twenty- i 560H. Jacksonville. Flai Washington St.

and Mrs. Gore of Middleburg fourth annual convention of the 'II Mrs Jimmy Crosby invited a I i I F. Braun, Rt n- K.\. 1<'J.A P. O. Box
]104 t
attended services at theFirst Future Farmers of America being t group of friends over Monday tc I Jacksonville., Starke, Fla.tliatgoesjonte .

Baptist Church last Sunday,. held in Daytona Beach this week. I attend a Stanley party. :Mrs: -
from Friday 'Jeorge Rape 01 Gainesville
O. J. Phillips spent
They took two students each from
to Sunday with his son, W. C, the Vocational Agriculture classer : deniunstteto1'111YvYmnlnnynm[

Phillips in Tampa. in the schools where they teach, .. ,

Mrs. Louis H. Hill returned tc Anthony and Palatka. .. aY Refreshment
her home here last week aftei rt I f

spending the winter in Lakeland[ i I

attending Florida Southern Col: The Life And Times l Rv :Marian NormanyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY 'r'o' 0
Mrs. Hill's friends will I* '
lege. ,
interested to Know that she grad: Of New River Folk* :L a -

bated with honors. By Jessie Lee Lazenby Polaroid 1 Minute Photo by the T.tearaph. Mi volt! M'O'l l! : Morgan: ci

Mrs L. H. Futch, accompanieby d I\ I Ruskin fire visiting: rilatms: in

Mrs A. D. Crosby of Starke,I J WAITING POIl Tllti lit"S to take thenl to the annual 4-11 ( lull this COP munity "P bL
Mrs. Browning underwent a. I ,j i
was attending to business in Jacksonville gall: stone operation Tuesday after i!, !short ('Our..,> in TalLihasMV are ((1 I to r) Jeanette Blount Jamey,, Ja k- Mrs. Ancel Norman and moth- I! f

on Wednesday of last spending over a week in the Ala- I if Barry, llrooker, !Shirlej Jackson, Hampton; and Ifc-adie Curium, j er, Mrs. Johnson were Sunday rI

week. chua General Hospital. According I I Brooker. Miss Dorothy Iloss, home demonstration agent (front renter) I j guests of the C. C. Crobys. "

:Mr. and Mrs. Q. G. Thornet }{e\'. Scott conducted
to her husband: and :Marie accompanied the girls on the trip. ,I services'for -
and sons, John and Jerry of Massachusetts Banks who both donated bloodto I Rtv. Watson Sunday. ...

were guests of the H. give her transfusions, she is in I I Four Bradford County girls Janette Blount. Lawtey; Jackie I Little Charlene Cowart was Sunday .
of last !
C. Kelley family Thursday serious condition.Mr. i I guest of Judy Morgan r
week. very 1 left for Tallahassee Monday Barry and Beadie Carlton, both of ,

John Snowden is {enjoying 1 Brooker are making the trip. Attendance A event of much interest will be <
Mrs. Margaret Kelly visiting to attend the annual 1Hhort
being up and around after being i I at the shoit course is the wedding of Shirley Harley and
her daughter, Mrs. Roy Tomlinton at Florida State University.
confined to his bed. I course actually an honor awarded the Jimmy Gaskin Sunday afternoonat
New River.
and family of
The five-day course offers inI girls for outstanding 4-H work 4 o'clock. .
Moncus Ga.
Guests of Miss Enza Blanchardand Imojece I
her father, A. M. Blanchard, visited Lou Johns last Wednes- I struction in foods and nutrition during the'>ear. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers! and / r I

during' the weekend were Miss: day. I food conservation exterior and interior The short course i is sponsored I family of Jacksonville were visiting 1 sr

home improvement, home by the state's home demonstrationstaff
her parents. Mr. and Mrs T
Arthurine Blanchard and Mrs. Emory Johns had a nice load of
dustries and marketing, clothing, of the Agricultural Extension N Norman Sunday. 2N\\
Nell Housley of Jacksonville. com jteterday. He said that .
home poultry flocks, home dairy- Division and Mrs Dorothy i .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts attended Prices have risen from their low -- .
ing and other subjects of interest Ross, Bradford's home demonstration -i
commencement last week .",
the exercise and we're glad since" :
to future rural homemakeis. agent is accompan.. ;ng the "'W
: J'
at the University of Floridain our farmers need some compensation in 1r:11.
Shirley Jackson Hampton; girls on the trip.'PINE .
Gainesville Monday evenog. for their hard work.

Futch of Jacksonville Mr. and Willie I II flIIILLIWPJp1oYIIn "
Floyd I I Mrs. Raulerson II I "'I
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fpent the weekend with his par. [I of Starke were visiting Mrs. I another birthday recently. He
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Futch. I Snowden this week. | won't tell how many candles it '
Fay Durban of Cocoa and hi.) :I I Nan Moody is confined to Ala. I took to cover his cake. LEVEL I I '

tester, Miss Idell Durban of I I chua General Hospital: for her The strawberry refrigeratorcake f1'1011\
Jacksonville spent the weekend I poison ivy. She is not allowed I recipe which was promisedfor !

with their parents, Mr. and Mrs I to walk yet and doesn't: know I this week will definitely be in UI .

Ed Durban. when she will be dismissed. 1 next week's column. This week .
Rev \\ E. Hall! filled h" n !L'
Mrs. M. F. Adkins of Chief. I The Bryan Singers are expected!]I we'll give a hint on how to makea ulai I appoin: :'neat at t'.i! }'IO"; -A It j k

land and Mrs Nellie McKinney of to sing Monday night at the Long chicken pileau tastier and pret, Level Baptist Chiiuh l.i-t S,," I ,
Jacksonville were visiting Mrs I Bridge Christian Church. Every- tier. According to Mrs. Billie things !Dole'tStJ'
j I I day morning; null evening; u 'I t1!:
C. II. Whitehead Friday cf last u;tone is invited to hear them. Next :' Howard of Long Beach, she always !good attendance. Rev Hall! '.>'01 1 1I --

week. I week the Bob Jones singers wil! cuts pimento and boiled eggf I lot' his trip abroad which w.J- il' I I

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thoma and entertain during the Monday 1 into her raw rite and took it al1! worth listening too. until\ you 4p.. ; f'
wttk with the I'.ucki'n. I've eaten ht i r ..-
family are spending this or. night program.Bill fl:7.tf:
chicken and II'S really rud! Several of the young people ...i: t.rto do I. ? ; g
Lake Santa Fe. Banks and Joe Moody, whc: pilt-au \ '. '
; Pine Level church atU-iuhd UK I'
The 1. H. Futches were shop. are now working in Hernando. Try it'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT: I"j i I II
young peoples meeting at Branford Il
ping in Jacksonville last Saturday were home over the weekend. I l
Friday night. Uilru.nijours
Harold and Janice Shiver of I I
Owen MtRae arrived home tnr 1 re
C. A. McSwain, accompanied by Gainesville were visiting relative
a short visit last week. 1 ake tit ol j
BROOKERBy He left i i matter) planning your +
Mr- and Mrs. B. M. Jones of Jackftonville here last week. I
Jacksonville to return to San Do know
; I insurance program. you
spent from Monday tc Nettie Moody's chickens have '!
Yvonne Francisco Calif., by Satur
Hairell plane what extended should be
Thursday with relatives in Ft. been dying from what is diagnosedas J coy erage
day. Owen with his wife and
Pierce. typhoid.The 11&&&&& &&& &&&&AAAAAA.u added to your fire insurance if your i
i boys and Mrs. A. F. Hall anc1
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oakes of Joe Moodys and the Bill Mrs. Jim ; home has automatic heating-or I
Hamilton of Braden- [ children were visiting his t
Birmingham, Alabama, were guests: Banks killed and dressed 45 fryers I patents. how I automobile liability: insurance .
ton U Mr. I you t
visiting and Mi
ZV :, the H. :M.: McRaes on Wednesday. '
of Mr. and Mrs H. B. Arwood last for the deep freeze Saturday. Hamilton.We I II should be brought up to Guests are sure of warm welcome I r
he i
I night visited with I '
week Mrs. Oakes is Mr. Ar- They filled the deep freeze and i' date vv hen the children become old I JJ.r
are sorry to report that :Mrs: brother and sistermlawIr::
wood's niece. then celebrated with a chicken Minnie Hazen has been admittedto and Mrs. A. P... McRae. enough to dn\e? toJ 'with ice-cold} Coke in t the I l u-fn'scrator.
Mrs. Louis H. Hill is spendingthe barbecue dinner Sunday.
I To trouble of
the Alachua County Hospital.We Cpl. Junior Starling son of Mr save you
wet'k1th her sister, Mrs. Palatka's Pete and Jerry Sapp, '
wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling is home over such problems this agency is Buy it by the carton.
Pearl Blount of Ft. :Myers. and little Mike, were at church I I
and Mrs. J. K. Douglas were on 30 days leave from Korea. at your sauce, ,I
Mrs. Mae Wells and son, Sunday. They are proud owners 1 I '
guests of :Mr.: : We aie sorry to hear of the ill
and Mrs. G. B. Col.I -
Ernest, were in Orlando Wednesday of a new green pontiac. I .
of last week. : i is son. :Mrs.: Colson has been discharged ; ness of little Evan Conner, daughter 6 25 S
Mrs. Rhoda
Dowling visitingthe I '
Whiteheadand from the Alachua Coun- of :Mr.: and Mrs \\'. t'. Conner H. C. M AgencyConstant ; Bottle Carton ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rev and Mrs. Rob Revels in 4 ,
j who has been in Glendale ,
and Hgs-
ty is much better.
small son of Wildwood spent Jacksonville this week. i Plus Deposit
Mr. and Mrs T. B. Edward 01 pita 1 more than a week. I Service Over
the weekend with relatives here. Dance nights have been changed 'I
!I Rev. and Mrs. Alton and -:
Worthington daughter
Hockett Springs was Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Howard from and
Friday Saturday night
i guests of Mr Eva Eloi e attended church aI'
Han ell and
cf Aiken, South Carolina, were to Thursday and Saturday nights.
(I Yvonne.Mr. Johnstown Baptist church Sunday STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
of her sister, Mrs. C. A. daughter
quests Eunice Moody keeps the store j Please Phone 146

McSwain and family Monday for Mr. Browning while he visit I and Mrs Earl Powell of.. night. I "CoI,";, O r.phf.r.dhods.narl. 1962, THE COCA CGlA COMPACT
I Mr. and Mrs J. \\'. McRae and
night of last week. his wife in the Alachua Genera! Bradenton are spending a few I
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead Hospital. ,! days with Mr. and Mrs. Z. 1V.Hamilton J. II. WALKKK FAMILY I ItXI'lassl.S I

and baby daughter Judy Nell, reJ and Minnie Johns have had and family : : THANKS

were visiting in Jacksonville last.I a long seige of the mumps at Mrs. Clyde Steele of Vero Beach : **"" I 11

-Saturday. their home. They're all about jis I' spending a few days with Mr '' We. want to try to express our i I ;

Ralph Barley is acting marshall!l I I well now except Betty who is having .I I and Mr Ernest Edwards. i! appreciation Staika and to to the merchants

while Mr.vacation.Thomas is away on areek's say.a Jackie right "swell:says she'll time know of it, now.they I. spent Wayne several Bazar days of as Jacksonville guest of], friends who have our and wonderfu are 'it1'! '

Mrs. James Phillips of Starke Aubrey and Charley Welch are Mrs Doshia Prescott. I It working *o hard to help us M r .L

was dinner guest of the O. J. really getting the Okra now. It'c :t Malcomb Lewis of Parish spent i j I our great loss. We really didn :

Phillips family Monday evening. not bringing as much as it did.j a few days with .Mr. and Mrs know we had so many wonden-i

Mrs G. W. Roberts was in I but the price still sounds pretty| Eddy! Lewis and was accompanied I friends who cared enough ahI-lit

Jacksonville last Saturday. I I high.Mr. 1: home by Edward Endicott. us to take their baby clothn MORE( HOREPOER$ ( ( PER( R DOLlAR 1

Friends of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Lou Johns. Sr enjoyed Mr and Mrs T. W. Marker enjoyed as diapers and shoes, fn>m :tut':! .

a fishing trip to Suwannee own babies and give them '" .'

River Friday. I eight-month-old :on. And <.th.t i

1 Rurel Dukes and who took their little girl tdi i It'I<

I 1 of of Mi Dukes. and Mrs.were Earl Thursday Gr son"en. guest and could other still clothes wear them which and I Ki t g.I'< MAKEA

weeks and:Mr two and in Texas.sons Mrs are Hewlett spending Anderson two (.I ter.have them given Also to our our cash four-year-old many to help friend ubin daug'wh. I H A NAN Y IJ T H ( R A R o WITHJHENo DATE

furnishings for keeping hoe-

I Dal-j Texas are visiting his mother) again. I know they needed ant!

1 1i I Mrs Mary Green. i ii I could have used ;a for their own -j- .

i household and family. ----
i Carl Ward, Mrs Mamuj i J

1 j demon of Jacksonville and Mrs I j We can't express our feeling S=1 ; -

s Mae Saucer of Baldwin visited for all you kind people, and how Ii j a

ly I friends here Sunday. 'i I we appreciate all you have dom-II i

:Mrs Charles Kelly of Ziff Section But this i* the only way wt

spent Sunday with Mr and I thought all of you could know t I 3
i how we feel May God bless
Mrs. T. W. larke}'. :'I

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward? l I I each and very one of .YOu.

r rLt of Gainesville spent Sunday after '

noon with Mrs. Eva Harrell i, I

William Raborn of Jacksonville FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

visited Mr. and Mrs. M. O Har ,....r w ." '1/ 4\I..h

A Picture of LovelinessOnly rell and family Tuesday. JUST ONE /I cre, ,..JIC'-...'s. r C.Sf,

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott of ,.',ra., f.r..p.
,.. _.
Jacksonville spent the weekend FRIGIDAIREMade "'" 'Jf e''t
expert photographic technique ran
with their mother, Mrs. Doshia:
rapture the radiance and loveliness of a bride. Prescott : only by General

Brides inspire us to paint a camera-picture of Motors Corp. All other ,
Mrs. Hill and -
Georgia daughter.
professional distinction glorious color-tones Electric doubt about it-people who buy new car Jcllal'hat. any other car on the marltl'u Le found U any other car Dear the prire: CM
Colette of Knoxville Tenn.'i.ited Refrigerators I
I are Hydra-Matic Superformanee
for inurwtpd in Tower for curb an ouUtaodLas motor car value. There' Hydraulic
'Let -
and rare beauty. us produce you a today ue ptncfr. po
their parents and grandparents. I made by other companiesand I Stabilized (lai plus
that new
achievementin Power for safety! Porter for comfort 160 high ftlprf'nioD OOIIof'I..er ID
portrait that shall live as a proud Mr. Vernon Edwards last new's AutronlcEye.and .-
and Mr* cannot use the word driving ease! That'i "hr O fmQLilr'1 "RocLft" En{ ne. And alon with all rerolutionary new
master-photography. Depend on us for week. Frigidaire. I new Super "8&1-uuA more horirpouir pfr power a LiK>iip of new fraturri that can't Call u* today-make a date with the "Ki"lSEE %

bridal portraits of loveliness. Mr. and Mrs J. B. Russ and I II
Lucian Stokes of Apopka visited Ii I i YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER
3.00 Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
8x10 - i
Mr. and Mrs N. G. Stokes Sun

PORTRAITS SIX 3 x 5's 5.00 day. Bobby Henton and Mr. andMrs. i ? ?

M. L. Vickery of Gainesville I
spent the weekend with Mr. and THEN SEE TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE

Chris. J. Newbern StudioSITTINGS Mrs. Earl Green and family. .


Wed. 6 PM 8:30 PM Sat. 9 AM 8:30 PM Adding Machines an* Portable I'; Tenth aid Temple Ave. -On Television! CBS News with Dougla Edwards :Mon. Thur., FrL at 6 JO TJi., Station \\3IUBTChannH 4. Courtesy Your

PHONE 103 STARKE, FLA. typewriters cold OB time. -Brad* Starke, Fla. I Oldsmobile Dt&Jtors -

lord County Telegraph.




New SRD Plan 1 Recent Births E: F JI'un. IVfcndant Court and
cause and
I 1 yoU are re- : -
I Case NSIS'1 quired to notice is July 9, l ls': : ,I., ,
NEWS ABOUT ntlrf' T.. \ s St'ra cop of your anwer shall on said date '. n ,
FARMING ppenr..Mao pleading to the
CONSERVATION I Mr and: Mrs \\'. i compl.1.lnt'"n copy of your defens. .t t ., .
Saves County G Godwin of 1'" 1.: tuUi.n \\ lluse re,:i- the Plaintiff" Attorney T. 'IJ l' \dkm-, Jr., at'. ,
Port St J By George Brown, ConservationistPlans SERVICE MEN '. Otmgetoun. South Carolina file the original In the office of the' low and immediately ",. .
$125 AnnuallyA i, a daughter Linda Susan, on Maj;' You are hereby notified that a suit 'CiirH{ nf the Circuit Court on or beI I the original ..f the
6th in fort St Joe. fur Du "ri.e has been filed i i fore the J'rd: day of June. 19a2; : file of tit.. 'Ink eat.it
I :( S. at aB.iin, ; uu in the abuts named otherwise the allegations of said!Court. cf :' '.
i .
for conservation farming mapped were the farms of W. H. 1 I i k i Court and cause and ye-u are required ': Complaint u 'ill be taken as con- 'a df. l 1'1 u-\\ ]II'
new State Road Department 3Ir. and Mrs. J. T. to er\e a lOP of your, anstxer 'Pr t!ed by you. td '. .
were recently completed for the N'oegel, B C. Holtzendorf and W. Kirkland Jr. i ii ug.i> -1 v I' n. ,
or pleading to the c..rnplaut This notice shall be ,, ,
: published .
: :
policy it
farms of Frank L. TomlinSon and XL Edwards possible for the Donald L. Curtis. USN, husbandof i announce the birth of a son, David j on the Plaintiffs .ttbrrn..\ one each week for four consecutive J""J ". ,
county to buy tires tubes and Mrs. Wanda I I Joseph 7.ad., }t. P-niirla>. 5n";; L\n h I'.uiid-: weeks in the Bradford t ; 1 Ii'
Curtis Route 1. June 2 in Lake Shore j County Tele- t. 'h" ,, .Lw :.
Claude T. Tapp. These plans are I L. E. Strickland, SCS engineers batteries I llisr, Jack"nuli! .. Florid! and fil.tli .' I graph. t'" ", ,
for its road maintenance I Starke III
based upon the conservation objectives day here recently studing I was recently advanced in Hospital. Lake City. I! orig:nil l in the offue of the IXited tins Cvt d.I iof May, JI5! .
1'h I '
spent a I I' I .
vehicles from the state at a small rating. to machinist's mate 2-c I I .1t'1\i \k of tht i',ri'uit Court on ,.r !i I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .. : i< nl:
"the use of each acre of the II n'I' i|I' .t I
water control on
problems brf the Clerk
discount. The I irt girth doge of June 1'iithirwie !* -. of the Circuit Court. 1"i.unt\ F.. ,
agricultural land within its capabilities lands; of Foster S. Smith in the j advancement ceremonies took 1 tht allegations of ...II.! ''I Py Myrtle T. Deaver. Depot:! Clerk i 01 \' nn/ '1 p!. ._.
each The County Commh'sion'ot d place aboard the US3 Hollis a high .Noiici: 10 .xrrr. XK |I < 'ii-nlilaint will bit taken a" c.mIrrd : 5. 23 4t 6. 13In (r til. 'r
treatment of
and the
lake and Hogan In '..
area Circuit I
Hampton I I ( art, Itriidfurit Countr. I liJOU.. ,
to buy these items under the 4.i..r nt .
new I i I' '
speed transport attached the I'lorlila I ,11'
to The
acre of agricultural land in accordance Smith in the Sampson lake area. : : Chancery. This notice shall be publishedonce I Circuit onrt Of Florida. fi.t i.l i
j I proposal in their Monday meatin'?, i Amphibious Force. U S. Atlantic i Kfd-ri'k P Jl'.ran Plaintiff vI I I each week for four consecutive I ritlilh Judicial lire-nil. In And tt t
with its needs for I \\11'\1 I 1 : "" ,
pro and areas Hath* tin" M I"I.IIJ. U.f'J"I.ulf. I Tor llradford: ('. !. 'ii I \
The mucky peaty .unt ('banr
weeks [
I and A. J. Thomas clerk of the Fleet. I| the Bradford County Tele i rycry M .Mini. .
I '. .. Clara II
> \
tection and improvement. l i-e N. 172 graph. ,j Chapinin I'l.nntiff
bordering these lakes offer a pos : circuit court said that the policy -- :> tlce Tn .\pprnr. I is 1\OUCi I : 7..Ih.' .i ,1 I l ,?'li l-,. ( : .
Robert Craig SCS soil scientist I'.,tfd! thi :;!ith i "uri In ./.h 1 ,,
I. i T.> halh"llIIl' day of Hay 1952. ,fax' \\ I i .lilt
Mi.t ulio-o Chapman
t :
resiijeiu -
sibility of rich pasture land providing would amount to a $125 saving (OFFICIAL SEAL 'Thomas." K1--I ula : d t \ '' .
was here last week preparing land j Three local young men were in. "'e I'l 'nkll.\\'IL I 'j ) A ] :NOriti: TO .tlTHAIt .I oil: I '
Clerk of the Circuit "u" i "1." i 'P'I it d".1X ,
water control can be annually I You are herebv notified that suit Court To Jay \\ Chapman. '
capability maps of several coop- proper The SRD's ducted into the Army last week I f..i un ortr has bri-n filed agnnstMm a ; Bv Myrtle T Piaer. initClerk. lndiiinap>''liIndiania -. l I' I" ,.

erators' farms. Among those obtained. I new policy permits and have been sent to Fort Jack I in the al>o\i. nauifd 5/30 4t fi:20or You are h'r\l notified that a' rrrFFI"I\1.I r''; \ \ I
I the department to the Court : I ., .. <
use money S. C. and cause and you are required soft has -. .1 lirnuKht against \
son. for basic you
collected by the 80 per cent of the training. They to serve a copy of year an-j+ :JUIICC .%I'I'UCTIO'Olt ''in' tht ,I'M, uit 'nut c.r Florida in Bradford e" r, .
Partin To Train I i Homemakers CampThe were Mallory Thomas. Jr.. and ewer ..or pleading to the complaint I; i.\ \ DFI-I and f"i tin. Coint\ of llradford J. I' Ailkin --.I I r' V,ik
I seventh cent gas tax for the purchase Samuel on lit I'Uintiff Attorney, Theron lli St.itof Florid i. in Chimert. I In' F'lorldi Il!.ink Hlllhlll1"i '
D. >u Kill "
Hughes, both of Starke .\. I e :No. 1SC.2M1T1CK ;:
Yawn .Ir.I II? I'lar. FllrlldlXtlt'riii
East Tall v
of these: products.The : StrPi-t Chatinin| and fret are fu1'
! At Reserve School I State Future HomemakerLeadership ? and Lawrence J. Dobb of Lawtey. Starter. Florida and file the ,I'oril'inal Th (Ir\m IS HEREBY Mer O1VKN. that th"1 i iiififd th.lt rhr> ri turn daf y- for pi.untift ,
. portion of the gas tax that m the office of the Clerk oil j >ereau the holderof

C. S. Partin of Bradford I i Training Conference can be used in this manner has the C'lr'ult Court on or before thl.'l'| filed the aid following certificates has
principal certificates
I was held at Camp O'Leno on :Seth day: of June.i';;2; othrrwrec : for a tax deed I Ad't'rtl,.r.rF'tsRri !
been alloted to the SRD for building I Owen \V McRae, Boatswain'I the all..gati.\n- said Complaint Lite" numb..rand years of issuan.r,
High School will serve twc River the weekof I the description of the ..
Santa Fe during will be taken propertind I'
and maintaining secondaryroads Mate 2-c. USN'. is a crew memberof a1 (confeed by JoU. I I Hie
weeks active duty at Ft. Jackson, June 19. More than 125 girls I This notice shall be publishedoiireie.trh .. names in which it was a..1Ht' From where I
in the county. the tank landing ship 1146 that week for four (consecutive as follows' sit.. by Joe Marsh
S. C. beginning June 15 and last. from all! over thf state attendedfor I I arrived in San Diego. Calif. week! in the Bradford County Telegraph Certificate No 77. Year of 1 I.-.: .
on .....
: sore 1t: ;; I.nO''rlptinn.
training in leadership in recreation
ing through June 29. I I ADDRESSESOF May 10 after an eight-month tourof l ated this: :;th dar of Max. 19:;:!. of '
Proper: f'i
i <
Partin is a first lieutenant in duty in the Far East. While I I Clerk of the A. J. Thomas Lot 5 of Blk 29, Livingston Tin!to'.
Those attending from the I Circuit Court. &. "Co Add :
INTEREST i i in the Orient the ship took P:> Sirtlr T. tracer. Deputy Clerk tn Starke, Section _r
the Reserve. He will be I partI
Army Township S 'Good
South Range :22: KiName '
Starke Club were Phoebe Green i I I in the lifting of communist I .', ,0:: 4t b 2e in which Neighbor Policy"Remember I
prison assessed; l
taking a refresher course in thecamp's ,i Orpha June Moore and Mrs J. R i Gordon Quigley, Nova Scotia I I knn"'lJ. Ii'
ers of
war from southern Korean
record section school. I I I McDonald, club sponsor.ALVAREL' Hospital. Dartmouth. Nova Scotia I Ml 111 I': 10IMTll (If more than one certificate, fnl-
ports to Koge-Do, an island off In Iri'uU (' lou aho\e older for
''.'frt. Itrnilforil l'uu unr( each addition:
---- -- -- Wm. A. Andrews AC-2 1453333 I the southern coast of Korea Florlilai' lit < hnurrrj.Diiain certificate)
i one time when I told that's his business.
But if it's
AP'O not
I 105 A. C. & W. Sqdn, 861 IMuaid KIN: I'lrtititiff, All of said property being !In the
McRae i* the of Mr Mrs. %>
Men's Clothing care PM. N. Y.0.. Y I son and Aur'M.t. H l.lls. I II'f"lutallt. 'I'I 'Count*' of PTadford. State of Florid ,. about the old loose-stone wall that really erring any useful purpoM
I STORE Established 1894 111"1I H M. McRae of Starke. vase No !J173:: l'nl;"" such certificate certificates separated Easy Roberts' property he
I i :Mrs.: Florence Skeens Rt. I. \tli-e '1'.. Xiimr.To I II IlIrllra shall be redeemed according may sooner or later discover
I -- to law the property described Ins.ueh from handy Petmon's -just like Handy and Easy did-
Georgetown Pa. i I : \ H. 1'lls. raresi-.i'diiu I i certificate or certificates will
\\' D Sexton 326o; Joyce Ave II I J Lyle Anderson Jr. disbursingilerk : ; '' i, :tlDI: Rabbit Kun, Corpus be sold to the highest bidder at the That was when they decided they that he'd be just as well off without

S E. Decatur. Ga. | 2-c. USX, recently spenta Chri-ii. Ti-xa-. <. court' house door on the first Mond.ix I, really didn't need the wall between one.Even some old-fashioned wall
I Y..u ir, hereby notified that a in thf month of July I Ihiih 19"..',
23-dav-leave with his wife t ixuit fur I'i\.r. has I...,.n filed \\ i!> the 7th; day of July I 1'i'iJIt.ited : them in the first place_ so they of prejudice are disappearing_

I and family in Starke. He Is a again' you in the abut .. nulI..d I I Mils 2h; danf Mav. 19JJ: i simply stopped repairing it. like those that would deny a per
!I' curt and rouse anil \ "u are 1'<, (IOFF Ir'1.\I. SEAL) A J. Thomas, son's
member -1 right to
of the aboard the j a friendly
crew ot
quired Clerk of Ciriuil glass
toer I tiurt of
\ ,
I 1 a KIV\ of our answer Bradford Now I hear where a fellow, who
27,000 ton aircraft carrier USS: "i' plradlt to tin complaintn ;: ( ''lIlItr. Florida. beer now and then. Most Amert-'
I"n the Plaintiff'ttnrne 5SO: 4t 6 20. bought the old Johnson place,wants
ATTENTIONIf Leyte which has served In both } cans are learning that "walls"
| can
REASONABLEcharges I l>oiiKlas. run, Lynch Building: i, I to buy all those stones. It seems he
Korean and Mediterranean water?I ksonville; Florida, and file the 111'11 n Tn .IMM\U get in the way of the persons inside
i i In Clrrult Court llriiilferJ Countr I figures a stone wall is just what's
t original( in the office |
You Have I during the past 19 months and iai 1 I"f / of the Clerk I Ploriilns In f'linnrrry.I as well as the persons outside.
attended with the finest of Court on or beforethe I ..ht '.'IIId.Plarnlfr.! needed on his property.
i i tr. Joseph
i currently operating off the Eastern Both I
day of June, It.'iJ.; :!: otherw : : '
Quigli ,
1 '> ,
t i 11 t Q
sincere serving bring to us the friend- PINE OR CYPRESS (: Seaboard. I l"e the allegatinn oralll .(.'''nipl.unt ( '"i-. N 'tJ! '.) From where I sit, if that fellow 11.J. ':.Jt1
mil li>- taken ., '
aii.ni. d .
\"rl"t'T. \ppenr wants to build himself a stone wall, OL .
ship of the great communities whichwe TIMBER: TO SELL by >''11.This T" I I: ., :: lS i i. ,
1 Pvt. Harold D. Smith who i? noticehall hp published .1. I II i 1"1!, Y
serve.DeWITT. once each week for four rinei'utupweeks -I >
Large or Small Tracts now receiving basic training at in the Hiadford C"lInTd.<.- \ .' Cupyright,19a2:, United States Breutn taundauo .

Ft. DL'C0., Y., was recently'commended graph. "l t I'' ,it t :0'I
Ihit.-d, thi.. 2'Mli d.ii df :11n.: I I'i ._ I, t 11 ( :. .
1 We{ Buy All i( by his commanding ofI I! (OFFICI\T. PRM) A. J. ThaHM-:+ 0.; ,.' .,,1 ,\ .. nil .. .1
I I I! ficer for outstanding initiative and < 'L! rk of Hi. 1'lr" mi i '.mi' ,
C. JONESPhone 1
Hr AfntU
PAY TOP PRICES ability shown during the bivouac T. P'a"t'r., rvi.iiu CI"I| i Ki FOR SALE
7 : :"u 4t C "l lI
Starke Fla. -
period which included combat

6 tt|'lining with variou., infantr I \01"11'10-.VITKVU: PIIOXE 218

f+.eeeeeea ..,++...'11 \eapons He I, the. ;son of Mr.tn.l '1 Ii. Irrwit ( Dort. HrniJfitrd lonnM 180 ACRES GOOD FARMING
t 'Write' or Call I'luriil.i' : In. lianrtry.I. COLONIALFLORIST
Funeral Director Ambulance i MiH VUI Smith: of Stark S I I. .
Service ) I''I"I N I'liinliil. \ Julli 1., '
a I'! ... !Ii' 1.. 1 J.. Und.iht LANDl.ouilcd

Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and i j CaNo "1T<

services; not otherwise available B.T.THOMASLUMBER Fishing LicensesOn \..li.<... '1'.. \npenr :

'I" .1 I 1.L: t I. I 1/111' I I-. lug".. I.i. i I. on fated hood 1 I I-L' MiK-s South of V-u Kni
!Iar i'I il :I'liln -- I i- 1 I 1.1.11"\\. t:
tt CO. Sale June 15 Ton' ari. Ii" i r' li>' nutifi-, ill.i' .iu" and about 11.2 I : Miles North of Hrooker
We furnish the i 1'.1' J'I\"I't Ii.i- IM.i n Ll.1 d .in."I ii, FLOWER ?
highest type service at lowest prices, and PHONE 211-J i| N ,'ii ''II i li. .:i.\ ,. n.Mm 'd. i 'n'li'' .1 tdw !
accept ANY life insurance policy in force issued ANY P. 0. Box Morul i' l.n_> V.; i.-hn h.'en.5; i..Ills*. ,.I \ nil ,
by 735 i i : : :are !"'PJI| .!! '.J ,I, FOR ALL OCCASIONS Three lloU l's. about :i0() Pecan Trees Fruit Trts

company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. STARKE FLA. .>. .11 gll i ii": -:ii;" Urn.' 16 at the srr\ *!* .i, ?'liv ?..f Xi'lll .ill u, I'I '. Partially Fenced Permanent .
I ) [pled n! t t.I ||ll "|1111,1..1| II til"* Stream. Timber Khened '

Consultation carries no obligation. 1 ', ( "HUTU! JudgatLre. slid: E. K I'I.UII,t >! .- .\Itr'I''I T. 1"'t Illk : for t Months.: Furnish Full Warrant I iKiHand
.. .., (.indium Mil, Flm id.i uid I i111. ;i-
.1. **IN/Ne t i'.tiynnn Pej.xmanidd*d that .
I' .
-- -; "1'i<;in.il 11t' "Illn II l llii' Transfer Oil and :Mineral m hts.
'::1! piemen hi enres expire June .It'lk i ,il, tlu ', ,it ('"flit "u ..i' I 1.-. (j)
I I for' tht. .
::11 1 1 'i .t"I ".f .111" I'1! -'.
.111"1"1 i I ':'I'al".f s ml
\.'w' resident 1 >'enowill cost I 1'1';i)>l iint toll .". iiK-n .i ..litid ".-_ PRICE $42 Per Acre CASH or TERMS

"_' P-'mman sail! that 1325 of ;: t M v "'ITh Dull GARDENS

nose/ resident licencehad been1l11i : ..- r, .tn.., shall| 1 I... 1",1dl., '....1i
a ni e ea. 1 h w..k fur run' ? n"+'c II' ,1weiks l.. POTTERY
by his office since last June. ; in the Bradf-iid "'"iintx" 'I'. 1 h '

.Another 193 licenses were sold sr'Ph.By i POTTED Contact EDWIN\ W.\ PECKP.
I I' it. .1 I lu- J:'tli), .1.1\ 'i M iOl ; .
> non-re ident9 for a period of' ( F F'!''I 1.\I. 1 E \T. > .\ .I I '! I.M I. .' -
'! I days. These short-term non. 1..1. if tl\,' 'i I 'it' '",.Il. .
:Mvr!l T. Dea\-r Deputy Clerk FLOWEP.SrIRED O. K \Hii::i ) (;vainest ilh'. Fla.
,'dent licence ell for S3 2:
: j
, I 5 :-i) 4t C .'" ANYWHERE
Phone ::.IV I: :! or ;511 I I9!)

National Guard Unit I >OTICI: TO u-iT.ut Nona St Starke
In circuit timrt. llrinlfonl <',>iinPliirlJa t y. Oi ( .I. B.TE'I.1'1101-: :'Mii

Plans Week' TrainingAt .!.i i ::. In C'"I(! hain-rrv Mil" I 'I I \ :M\ ___r- --

with .
I .
:- -, -. 1I.

The local X.it.tl: t;','ir i unit I I.. I 51 I" ".-z; '' ,

FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL LOCATION..ON EVERY INDIVIDUAL STATION '.Jl l return to Camp Blinum? t.,T I TouJefa//mece ,.. r':; I I'... \7 :- :

their third weekend this ;summeron ; 5. ,,

June 21 and 22 to tak' part: in _
r 1ft I rnt. IJ
a Command Post exercise that '

OSiti vet will be executed bv units throughout L: : b'J' .

No matter the 124lh: Infantry Regiment 8 _CAV 4t,77p: EXTRA WIDE CHOICE EXTRA BEAUTY AND QUALITY

j whey The exercise> servt- as a teat of of Styling and Colon ef Body by fi>k.r

} You live the knowledge learned by th>
s. .
t Guard menbers m their armory --

'!drill, hopes'raining that employers The National will roI-'L--Guari! I when you cfioose the [ ci. rli./

I members for tun evr'i'*'
HERE I Ia Iru Guard I K-4, 1 .
h The local: 'init will alo tr t.->; .: "

r I t.> Ft. McClellan. Ala feoHS <>. t..'.. t \ -I'Y-- .

\\ beg mung Jul 27 ., I"UP'. Lowest. Price d L ; .
in' -"-*">
National Guard urges Cenletpoue Powei of Improved Knee-Amon

persons to call at the in! .>[: -r

HEati 'kf during the week or >n Mozvl t>
-r :
night during drill The unit ha fo/tsfa/tf/;

f't added several new members dur __

I J : + EREI mg its current recruiting irtt'a 1 I -M' I, "

H \ .-
., --l lr / '
_.L-_ -- 11 I p _-_ ..,.J, ...
HEREII Fi __ L _.
!! !
Model J2031 ,..OR .. --
.. i of Fither Untslecl Construction of Jumbo Ovum Brgkc.
/,4LI: ;

The Alcoa l'inch screen. FidiioneJ in

&unusually |o>ely Jctijcc.! Rah.looking 39.75 down I 'jI I

Mihoginjr vcncct side and top. Friturrttamous ". DEAD __ : : :i I !! D I _' f. -

"Elcitton! Picture Tube, and U. I II ) -L. I t 2tr ;.

built.m proMuon for t'HK kclWei Fuff LIVESTOCKFOR ti \ : : r .
I 7k atf HhP {1u PRICED SO LOW ": ; \ ; "
!-/... Pal Warranty FREE REMOVAL OF OE/O V f.::; ; '/'

f the miracle Zenith Turret Tuner tI '! Phone Galnesxille 3430 Collect I ... I(- ( .


I with the 14 "SILVER FINGERS"can I FLORIDA RENDERERS, Inc. of Center-Point Steering of America Moil Popular Cat

be permanently "Customized" Your Home For Your Home .

UMI-the 14 tireless"Sih'er Fingers"are locked tions peculiar to Your Location.

row position for each station. The Picture is perfected-Horizontally and Vef.ncallv. Let Us Thoroughly k !;:l -

Th.n-by means of the Exclusive Turret Tuner, is in Full-Focus-at the 'Top. at the I' Wash Your Clothes w .A99Yi ''w 5/h/ i

your new Zenith is "Customized" to the fre Bottom at the Mdes. Contrast and Brightness r

quency of each station.The famous Fringe:-Lock are set to the degree u choose. 9 Pounds

Circuit is adjusted for Your Distance from the It', All f ermonent-no further adjustment needed For 40c EXTRA SMOOTHNESS

station. Compensation is made for Your Angle as you tune from station to station.. I I r'z S
4/2 POWtAq hI
---- 4A4an of :
from the stuioa-and for any special condi ..and. ONLY ZENITH HAS ''T! FREE Bleach If Desired I Automatic Trantmntion

Temple ave Stalk
% / ry A complete power team vitb

i FREE OUTSIDE| TV ANTENNA AND 0We lowest priced In !H field I ; '. ;,!,, / :d extra-powerful Head engine and Valve Autum: .>in!i.-
Tin 2DoofHi
LOOK otautiful ntw Styleixe De .me /i o
;y Choke. Optional on !DC Lam
Sedan *! for lea than any eerobl. '
Will xod.l HI itl field (Conhmxitioa tot thmjai ,. w ,. moJe! at extra cott
INSTALLATION -- SMALL DOWN .rlr ''t and true iluifro'rd u d.pnd a'> '? u/irJ
Dry Your Clothes 03 atawabrafy ot awrval.)






222-224 Temple Ae. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSFRID.n'




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FLORIDA .___"u _h__
u.uu .n-XE 13. 19JI

I| P O. Box !':2!, E'el1rnr. Lfl: ; I,. Settee To
Hired Appear.
Farm Operators With Help States lanCE New York Florida: In Chancery. '''i.ilendar' m..nth fr-.m .
| To Martin K AII'-> r'. hr...> r."i i- U-.salia the da'- ., I : > or ;t xx .1. ;. I.1 J
: You are hereby d.-n. ,,. Milczanowski, Plaintiff.s \ sStun. tinfust. .
notify: that i i ; l rsrunsxxi K S're-t p-il'luat.on/ of this Xo- -.1 -4 io la i.
I suit for Divorce has be:>n filec lark| New Jersey NVxv- .:.l l Milcza-iowfKi.\ I IiMMidiant I Ka: < t h c.t '(1' or demand must btxxiit'j.tr ,n :\1.x l' <
Veteran PolicySgt. 1 against you in the ab.->\e named I You k Itt"i" :' !1"-.', :i il i:: istate th- .
are '
Advised On Social Security Law hereby notified that i i :> tltfe T. I 1'.1 L-.U F i r. ,1.i iR.B.ALVAREZ&SON -
Court I
and Appear. .
cause 'i res.iln : .
an. y.vj are required [ s-u.t f''r1)ivnree > \1"1 I'''-t. t i i ,I I" ) 11'
to serve a copy of your answer To .sianislow Milczan.\v( u '. t )1.- .i ., I I. :
,, or pleading I to th. complaint I has been who-e ro-ideiii .. .mil ajdi'-- d. :
Wilbur M. fI'.I( : 1'- '
Herrington local]. it i ii-I \ ''II?l M HI \Ves L
most farmers who employ \\:1\1\\ )
Although ; on the Plaintiff's Attorney T. above% n.uii.-il, c..urt I 1 : | PllfZt.1 I 1"It

regular nirea help are now 1 Security Administration wishes tc: recruiting sergeant states thai L t : Frank Landrum. Starke Florida. you are required to serxe at. .i m-e\ ..pxry. .-ill.4.I PoUJJt You ''/:'-n-. /Poland ... __-_ --nflI
and file the original in the office oi C | .>nr aie |tin| i \ notifi-i '< -
service men reenlist in the( ans-.x.r! pl'-tdmi! .
filing quarterly social securitytax remind them that all wage credit! may the Clerk jf the Circuit Court on ot" "lIIrIllnt ,,'i th.- ; t.i th- Mi.t f..r f

returns. tin S,1CIIiI Security will be combined and credited tc U. S. Army or U. S. Air Force in[ :.before the :23rd day of June. !:I"-' .\ \ 1:11".II"n.: 1'1.1"1'1'n..nl" Seldei i ) I' v.r. .' I TRANSFER AND I
:.otherwise the lj i I inbeen Iiltd air.t: '1st '
allegations > .
their individual social security ac a grade determined by their priorI i.f ; Hiiilding.; D.tti I >ii.i liea.-h Fiot id.i :al"., ,- named c.iint, STOHACE
Administration ia ain reminding j Complaint will be takea- confessfd .hind, : file tile original in. the .." : t and .1 i : ( v 0.)

tarn operators of tl.eir refpO'1'i count no matter where or when L !I sen-ice and civilian experience. by you. the Clerk nf the c i . ale, reqllir-il. t" -er\e ..1ansuei
This notice shall he | I or before the .i i'l.a-1) u
i These veterans are needed be- published We 'ri-! .1]
i ib.lVi"s io.v amended law. earned. I once each week for four consecutive iT 7th day of Julv 1. '. aunt on the Pi.i-ntif: op i

Beginning: 'Ipn-ury i, 1J51. for the If you are a farm operator and I cause of their experience and ?gt., I graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele- otherwise the allenan'iComplaint I ;;\1.11 l1i.! Ki| ll.i| Flu T ,ida Ft.ink 1. .. .\ lontj -"*t n.. f

first time fmni employees were have not contacted the collector .' Harrington also stated that t 1 I'ated I this I I-t diy'f May. 19J;;!L .. by you.This will be taken a i '''lit.d <-. .- .I'd J tib fI Ii- "' it: n i' in cr It ALRI1St: JII! aiiyl, 11' re I HI I -'.

included if tlit-v worked for th.: of internal revenue to obtain your veterans who reenlist in the AirForce (OFFICIAL SEAL> 'A J Thomas 1, notic,' shall! !>e pttiili-h<>(I "or.r til.I.. f.-I'l. tli7ih K I -,of til"! T<. 'I. -
: As Clerk of .aid Court: once each we-k for f MflN FA Kl.l. S
> 'r c
have their >n- .
choice e.it.vi
identification numberor of iniVa! C : d.n .t J'lh 1 i 1"- .
lull-time Federal tax
same emplr-yee on a By Myrtle T. Dearer, P.-!>..ty Clerk: week in! the Pradford Cunty Tele l olht-iw1-

basis for *t Ica-st 6) days duriag if you as a farm worker have 1 assignment at any one of several! 5/21:! 4t 6 'iniiet : graph. Complaint" th'will' .ilbu.iti-n.I... ikenfe -i, ,,, .

a calendar quarter and earned no social security card be sure tc: 1 Air Force bases in the Southeastern --mpinii Datni this, ::;ilst da> ..f :May. 1 :" '.::' ">.-d 1 b.\ > i :ortl"ii \'

I OFFICIAL lEA! A J Thomas; This i. -h.l 1.. .
In Circuit Court ]t- : 1 It
$50 or more. During tile f.rst OrI write. phone or visit your nearestsocial I States. I'lnrlila In ('linni'rr.vUayinond Itra.lfnnl. C nnty Clerk! ot the Circuit Coot 1 once eat h Week lor iou: jajT. I It IIII ,
If I Full information By Myrtle T Deaver. Deputy Clerk I I live weekin\ I
"qualifying" quarter no tax deductions security field office. may be obtained : lllckard. Plaintiff, vs. Jean: the Br.ulf. -! i .
M. Hu-kard, Defendant 651t6 2OTICI :: Telegraph.hated .
arc malbut in each there is no office near you you from Sgt. Herrington at f Case Xo 9150I I I this 4th day of .1) in. : ..

succeeding -jaarU'r it is necessaryto may obtain information from your the Starke post office each Monday I; \..llee To \ppear. :\ : T(, ., ...... .11 i I OFFICIAL SKALi .\.1 Th ." ,
To: Jean M. nickard. In Circuit Court, Clerk of the I i '11.11.1 1 : "p '
withhold out; and one-half per leal post office. The Social Se J and Friday from 10 a m. i i'\l: Unknown.You bose residence Florida : In Chancery. County: By: M> rIle T. DeaXer. Dip''x u i., Agents Fur See us first.!

cent of the worker's wages whichis curity Office serving this area i if j until 3:30 p.m. or by writing tc are hereby notified that a 1 Mary 11.11'<1111, .\1...,.. r''mbie., Plaintiff; tf; .--1 DELCIIERBROS.
the U. S. suit for Divorce has been filed > .<. \\\'a'm", U .1-.." Ahcicriimhie, : I_..
his contribution toward oldageand located at 18 N.V.. First Street | Army and U. P. Air against D..f"'III.nl I NOIICI: io \PPIMB IVirxman I Bid.: .
in the
you above :
named :i'tN." !91.1 _
survivors insurance account.His Gainesville Fla. I j Farce recruiting office Room 335 i Court and cause and you are required % '|iee 1'pp.."... 'In Circuit. Court. llriullonl ( niiiiO. .
Post I to serve a copy of your answer To: Waymon Wil-mi Aherrromhie I I'liirlditi In ('hniM-rfj. '
employer contributes a like A representative of the Gainesville :I j Bldg., Gainesville, Fla. i or pleading to the Complaint I whose residence is Cherryville, Orady L. lray.; }Plaintiff x- \ u p

amount and forward3 the quarterly -' Social Security Office will be ,,'on the Plaintiffs Attorney. Kay Selden. 1.I 1. North Carolina. I gini.i Anderson:" Cra; }'. Defend u-
,I Selden Huilding. Daytonalieach. You are hereby notified that a I j Cil-e :'Ii.. :M i 1'7
tax return with hi* remittance at the courthouse in Starke atj: ;'in I The Circuit Court Of Florida and file the orlKinal suit for ''Notice '. o Appear.

to the collector of internal second Thursday! !I KIcMh': Jll.ll.-lnl (Ir.-uil. .F..rldlt./I / in the office of the Clerk of the Divorce and resoration of maid To: \'Irginiand..r".n I ;ray. I
10:00 a.m. on the \! 0" II..nd'.rd Count} In Circuit Court on or before the 23rd: i en name r whose residence i is: I'nknown ,ami

revenue. This U due within 30day' of each month to answer questions j James N Iliidtft-l 1'l.iijitiff day of June. 1S32! : : otherwise the has l been filed against you In the Who.se last known residence \\ a> :
; v.- DIVORCE allegations of said will above named Court and Waldo. Florida.
following the quarter in on the old-age and survivors insurance :Mignon Hmlifrl. l>.-f.-n which the earned. interviewapplicants 'TIIT: TO u'riuc I your an..wer..r .suit for
wages were program To: MUMIIIII I' This notice shall be published I pleading to tb Cuonuplaint Divorce We Have Reached
llu.lg-fl, .\11 on the '.
By submitting these return for benefits under Uwj 4 !.- .rKi.i < once each week for four consecutiveweeks Attorney. Carlos Plaintiff's h.ts been filed against
E. you in the
Harper. :204 .
1'1"/ in the Bradford Tele- .
/ County '
and the farm I You ;ar' ht-rt-liy notified -- West I'niversity above named Court and It' -
correctly cause and
promptly program. j ..... ,.. .. _. crnnhDated. Avenue,
Sllit linn. I... .n. .l...- "-S. : Gainesville. you are required to serve the
I n Florida
operator will! be doing his part to in .Mrs"* as lIUM yuu i this !lI't day of May 19:;!. a copy of Danger Poirit\
the jrruit Cutirt of and file the original your answer or pleading '
Florida in in to lhe'
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. office of
provide for insurance payments tc I ami rur tin- &'''ufltof Irradford. I Clerk of the Circuit Court the clerk of the Circuit Court on complaint on the Plaintiff's I f" O.-.....4 1 <,.}I ,...
BHS ReplasteredThe State <>f or before Attorney, Carlos
Klorida the7th K.
in I 'ha n..ry. by By Myrtle T. Deaver Dennty Clerk Harper. :!)4 .
the wage earner at his retirementor Janu-s ':0.:. I H ml el ;anil ymi are: fur 5/2J It 6/15:: day of July lr,2! ;: ; I AVcst I'niversity ,\vi IIH'. ) ., .
to his dependents in the event ther. hereby notified that th.- return otherwise the allegation"f -id I < ;.tinesville Florida Of\ .
halls and classrooms at lay ..I t this notice i I' July 9. 1952: Complaint ti ill I,. taken a.i onfcssd I and file the original in the offn e I .\ ,
of the worker's death. Many anil you ..ha ii. on said date .. by you.This 1"( the Clerk of the Circuit,
School are being Courtn
I[: Bradford High .. serve 4)'lll.1 n \IM'iK before .1or Taxes: are now in excess of 25 per cent
farm workers who have been employed a wntt -i ropy III your defense if III Circuit Court, llradford Count', notice shall tie published the7th
re-lathed and re-plastered according any. upon J. c .\dkin..lr. attorney 'Florida; In Chnnerr once each week for four consecutive dav ..f July 195! : oJ.oiu.atjnal income. HistorY recordsthat.when

on a full-time basis begin to C. S. Partin BHS prin fur the plaintiff at III-- addressgiven I ])lIdlo'1,,. Plai-itiff.i i vs Kuby l weeks in the Bradford County Tele otherwise the allegation of --n.l: i :" ;: v- -T"1

ning Janurary 1, 1952 completedtheir i IM-IOXV and I immediately thereaftrr ,, ParksVelN' I Ilt.C..nda".1 graph. Complaint will I... taken a.fessed ,. .--i. ) a ncrtion spends more .than 25
I cipal. fil- lb.I.mutual ..f I h.- ,same Case Xo.: SI...". Dated this ::lIlh day of \tat9:;:!. ', I by ymi.
qualifying quarter by March most of the in tht- "((I.-,- of n..- Clerk i.f th- Cjruit Notice Ti. \ ppcnr1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. This. not ue shall be publish-I perfcent of! its nationaltlncoine for government -
Partin said that ',, j i -. .. ..
"f Clerk of "ii< c i-h week for .
31. For these workers the first "rt. it.- ahoxe "un.I I 1' To: Kuby ParkVIN: \ whose I the Circuit Court four ""II,- .. -
school had not been replasteredsince otherwise I a decree prooiifts,... will I i residence i i- : 11H2 dak Street, Allan-i Ey Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk HHe, Week.111 the Bradford. I 'ui..1111? I its citizens are left with little or
tax deduction began on April 1, lie entered against ymi. Tinna ta. Ceorgia. i 66 4t 67 |, F legi-aph.

if they remained in the employ of it was built in 1914. The ture and object of thisnit I' t.> obtain i| You are hereby notified that a 'i I' I 'filed thi.ird:: da.> of .1'.InnI'.VJ I : nothing for savings and Investment.
a divornon hehalf of plaintiff suit for Divorce ha. been filed j :'I ltlCI: 10 API'IMU HlFFICIAL. SKAL: ) ,\. .I '1'-. .
the same farmer on a full-time newer sections of the building the James X Hildafrom: .!..tV.idant. I i against you in the above named In Circuit ('''..rt. llrn.Koril County. .'1.., \k ..r the Cm nit Court Without investment of private risk
I't.p .
basis. Million C. Iludgel !I: Court and cause and you are required risl-!: In Clianrerr i i i I lx: .M J xrtle T. I I'eaver. Depulv I Cliikft. cap l
administrative offices and the The Bradford c.nmty Telegraph, to serve a CoDY of your answer xs .lai' k Alb.-rl.i C Campbell. plaintiff.' 4t i. : ital private business dies. and government
For those workers who have < a newspaper published in Bradford or pleadings to the complaint Campliell. I 1"1"1111"1! | -

also worked in commerce or Industry new library. were not included jr. I: County.circulation i Florida therein and is of general on the Plaintiff's. Attorney, Neal D tnI ice T.. Appear. Case X... Itlir.: : ,, t'I In..Cirrnit rh.Ia; In' ..'Cr Cliaiicrr.. Ilra4f. ..ril I ''uno. assumes ownership and direction of
ir .
dcsigva uus. III Law Kxchange Build-
or who may also be operating this summer's re-plastering. riated as th.- newspaper to publish'this in?, Jacksonville., Florida and il I..To, ,.. .Ia'k C Campli.' II. u |io-e rest !i Oene Moretto "plainiiff: x-. l F"-i, ii.- the notional economy -:- which means
'n and / .
aililie-v il.i :
,, I' i Miii'ftt". Def.-ndaiit.
order f l'nkii..u
publication .II.- -.. .h the ri.
original in
their own trade or business Partin said that the job would 'week j office of ftl"l You a' herel.y Socialism the first 'to CollectivisticCoininm
for four ( -1)) consc.-utive i, Clerk of the Circuit (Court on ,.r suit for notified that i a Caseo :i io.CJriter :i step
I Of PuhiIealI..a "
bo in about two weeks. weeks.WITNESS. fore the :..rd day of June. 1, ; \n* Notice 1o '"
during part of the year, the Social! completed : the) II.moral,1.John A otherwise the allegation.of said 111\,1'. care, rii.-tody and ( ..,!,- .'pprisr; tttlr Of I'larUa To: and slavery.
If. Murphree a-id the llnni.rall.'o! trill t.f minor children Feinandaloref. to. thns.I. ...I. r
I / Allkill- Judffcs of the (",r"lIlt( will be taken as confessed has been filed against you i in.h.> dence and addres-,. i '.ii..im.| | .0.. ". r
Court in and for Bradford County by you. ah.nam..d Court and iau-c and I 1. i :.-M..* \. i \I.i Italx I
This notice shall b* published
Plv rila. and A. J. Thomas 'lerk of ,| once each week for four consecutive you are required ti> serve a copy of You .I I .1111..1| | to app'-.l' ..!' I
I I vour .liilx '
ansuer ,
said Court on this :3rd day of June or pleading to the 7 I"I" the abox- n.111 .I
l weeks
in the Bradford County Tel.- complaint oil I Ii. C..uit .ii'-i . \\h--r-ih ,, When the Too
:i \.D 11! :r.2. I riartiitt's" .in- phi I Government Costs Taxpayer
STARKE GENERATOR j ( OFFICIAL I SK.U.: ) A J. Attoruey .\.J I Tlioiua-, Jr. seel.- d \.e ltr.llldt.d' I'I I 'X
I Dated this :! I t-t day of May 1332.;
Clei k Cir.-uit I Court (OFFICIAL SKAL) A J. Tnomas, Starke. Florid.ijml TeleKr.lphhall' pllbll-h, l.l-. ii .|-i, Much National Deterioration Has Begun I
file .
Bradford Count Klorul.t the .llglll.ll I ill iii. n't'! 'if I(1.rh I""I i \ \ I I.IHXX
) Clerk of the Circuit Court:
I. C Adkins -. .1. C A.lkinlr nf the I'M. ut: I'.nin Ii 'it if c. :. \ I.. .iii .uid., "It t I.. i i.ll
; 5':!3 4t 613OTICi :i ..r I before the7th <" I l-'lol, 1-1,1 .
Klorida Hank Minlilinir. ( 1,1- | i| |
U.H.I.ville.) .
AND STARTER WORKS V l4.rida. ,I."- ..f .Iiilx. I'l'..' "1 '1.1'1 I \ I I. S1 I : \ I I. i \ '1 i' Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties.

Att rne.\ -. for plaintiff. 8\ fiIt 6'27 j!| :> : TO APl'IMU otherix I i- t h. tll.! 1 u.i11 u I T, .' i -I' \ 4 '1""I'i I ..I', '
1 lii ('(rrllit Our!. Bradford County. I i Complaint I n I I !1.. t t.I.! ii I i. 'il"! T I li-.iv !1"1' ci 1J 1/i iI
"I I in: 4I' \i'iM.ir\tio\ roici UIH TI.l5i In Cbnnrrrr..Tames. \ ed .by 'x ..n., I i i : ii. --. -." 1'". 4.-. 'i''i' .u' I .
AT \ \ IHIIxoTi'i : : Albert Ket.-heil. Plain' uff, v-. Thi11..; .- -I i : P. i I l : I'' I- "." \ II'. .l- ,.1 I
: onc each xx l -' I I"r ,
Frances S. Keti Defendant. i !
: is iiKCKitv:' : : iivi\; : nut > I
210 So. Walnut Street I". M "i.." th. hold.-r 1.( th- I,, Case Xo 9131: ; Week.in i the I'rudfoi .1 t.oui.ti FLORIDA BANK STARKE'tfuriJu
Ir"I1./I r < eitifn, at. -. ha.filed said Yittlre To .-\ Pf'f'ftr. graph. \o'I'.Ci : 10 MIKIHTOK: at
|I j T I Da'.I tli-I I HIi! ,l.x r .J "- : \I..I.-1! : 1- I I- .
i--rtiIi. at. f..r ,i tax deed I.. lie i o: France* S. Ket. hell.h"c 11' I-- : i' ,
FORMERLY > ii-d th' i.- 'n The i itfi., .11.' i'r.. idt nee is : IT1; D"ietta Strtet ,1:1"I lOFFICLXL. I'f.: .. .\.J i'I,". ; : .',. ,i-'t--| d I I b- v -
.. "! ,1 .
h. I I I '
I'>- ami Y arof t -r V.ile.VcUvood. N'euJ.r- x -
-ii.ti. "- the deiriptii.ll i fy M\ ( !I'I. 11// L
I 11'
: u I
l ,, Hutmnut (
of the pi' ''I 110 II'I .Hid the |i You are hereby notified that a \ : H r jrou1i
n.llltev in! ullich i it tt'a.-: a-1---.1 I ..inas vuit for divorce 1.\* b....t 4 I, t. 4t .- .., .-. ? i' 'in ilof t 'I'I.1. -
Will Soon Open Electric Motor Repair Dept. follow*: ,| filed against you in the above, n.uti-, the Co't. > \ .I'l u 1C- .-1 i I I" I '

.Cerllfltalc:. 7 'I I1 ..f li. j I ed Court and cause and you are : e- In NOTiCE TO .'''PI: ,It .".nunFJ'H ,,01.. i.. 1------. i h"- .
GENERATORS & STARTERS REPAIRED REBUILT -ii.ili.-e MaxV .\i| !1'1'| quired to serve a copy of your .,'1' I i iswer Clrruit ( onr*. Bradford ( ...ot'. it M.II kFl"i .d I i. xx iih -'-.
I lie-, ..' I or plendinir to the POM ri'
I iptior I I'i'i. I l.i.t 4S & liP|
OR EXCHANGED; ARMATURE REWINDING t.. .i 4i.$ i Kx :N v I'1'; 1 :: ..". ; I' 01the Platnllrr"11"111' v !livSelden ...

,"f f I.axxt.y: K "I i Kv: MI :'-. \. ? I Selden I'.iiildnit:. D.i I i .oi.i
PHONE 22$ STARKE FLA. _.'. '1'\\11-11'1'I <: .-nl I:.i ,,l-:>- 4'i; !IVach Klorida and file th.-, '..r.ginlal I Y U
"I'i in the office of the Cb i k of the.

Ed Hunt II. I). Koser \ in xi \hit: l Ii V '". 01 1 .1 W I:' ('il'I'lIit Court on or before th- 2..rd: I (
I .' r i I[,, day of June. 1952:!: othen' j-.- t': e a-! 'i

i -N.,. \ i- ..f I,,"- '1 legations of said Complain: *, \\ .11 L.. \r-

.- Mix" AM '1/| x taken as confessed by :yoi.: This
"ii i.f 1'.1", i 'x I Coin at This notice hah oe ;iul.lsh-i! } body beautifufis
II SK'4; -i! M I : Arun 1-: onp! each week for four 'on"'cut : -. .

"I't fi.i. i p1 ,.f iI IBu weeks In the Bradford County T-:>
-I ;> v "r -. 'i ft x graph.

t --i-. u S .-tiuti Dated this :20th day of May. 1'",.' .,
.-..1| I I. .111; J: i.i.-t: (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thoma-
h. Ii -. d 1 Ii I C Clerk of the Circuit Cuur' I

I By Myrtle: T Deaxer. D-i.nty t'I-t.} built for
I \ ..f I I--u :I 5/23 4t ,ii; S: keeps I
,\, I I. .1'! :
r'1"1' .:!
ilia- p.-i i 1"'I1..f SK'i: :> (YlIVlI: I) ..U'I'IIt '

> \\ l Ii:" id. Section:l I' In Circuit Court, llrndforj! Coo.t".
: <""- i : ii.it.- :;:: ":a"II ,. I l.l flrilIni In C'linnoerj. .' _
1 ,. Judson D. Ha (1t'L
\ .d. A. CarV Plai'ititf. vs E-sieBernicc
Haxley: Lu-ft imita litCast
I :; I )'''ilr..f : X"",. 91"iT Ford's
\i i \ 1 n I !r18.i h'ii'I j 10\1 li-r To .\pp..IU. 5r .1 new bodies are styled

I i "I I I't'.perty i X TIB; I ft To: Essie IJeriuce, RaslAy. wh.>,,'

i ..f u i'FI. of xi-:1 that I residence and address isKoute J. to stay beautiful built
I.". I ni 1 I 1.1.: Set-linn It';, T..XVII- Hemingway. South Carolina.
.1. -. I K.iiKe: :22: Kastx I You are hereby notified that 8'suit to
\vh', ll AssessedV, *. \\. for Divorce has been fil"d stay young.
\\- 0.: 10.., against you In the above nam-ij I

\.i :%!> Year of Issu- Court and cause and you are re'quired : I A gl.mv.-e will tell you that Ford':* new

,< \ln : .\.1' I 1Si. to serve a copy of your answer i
are longer stronger the
i. ot I-i..OerlV W._ of or pleadir-sr to the complain'

'x-- t :> s--ti.' -u-| 1'. Township on the Plaintiff's Attorney. Hon T I most bcjutilul bodies ever built tor a _________
/ > i i : L: :!:} I i-t.: Frank Landrum Starke, Florida .Il..j
/ h -. II,1 : I.em file the original in the office of th- | low-priced: car. A 'Test Drive" will \-, :

"j.! ", Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before 7' ir tell you that this Ford's built for comfort I
COMPLETE v. \;" 'I' Vear of T.suI I- the 2.lrd day of June P12 \I :
"j \ ;i. \ I I. 1 I'M- otherwise the allegations of ari: :' b too! For you get the all-around I

I I'. t p-.i) .1 Pi"prty, : I-ots 1:1.I : Complaint will be taken acon I f I vifetv of Full-Circle Visibility the
.I I 1:11: :: TplI'IoI.| '| | Addition to essed by you. ), i
UK.1 ; ::. MI.-II' '. Township 6 This notice shall be p'i'>! shed ; '!IJ'Io.th vxi.r.-free t ride of AutomaticK

8 1 -. ', 'J) 1 I.: "tt. ::: R.-1 I once each week for four c >r-: :Uiweeks \ I !k: l ,I'lltl.M.: : : I
WITH \: u "! ,,11I.h A--. ---.1 : F.. M In the Bradford CoMiry: Tel U
,01' I pi., ii : graph. I I
C.-ltlll., .,1.I Xo: 'o-'. Ve.tl of I-si\l'1 Dated this :21st day of Mi1 '*", -' I. 'S :
'I" \l.n : i A II I'M'/ (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J T.. mae f C rIt's A II' -
ATTACHMENTS 1 I'. ', Clerk itv4.L; : : ; t ;: T -- / I/ \-t'.1 {
t I'I i 'ti. of ) "1' I i'x Coin at' of the ("ire'!. nun (: ( : ; t-t
M I ; ..' ..f X\\'I.% ..t SK': Xrun I: S lI Py Mxrtlf T D.-axer. r>" nii '!... 't : -

n, fi t..i'. a pt of I., e: Ih"-". f ru-i it-I| 5. :23 iI (; .: L? ,' t.<(11/ ,I
"i" t. S .i'. .ft E 21" ft V .Mi ft I.) pt J I -_ tk :
I>. a: i S.t loll .",'.' T.ixxnship 6' onci I : TO .\I'I'lan '. !.
REBUILTBY -i'l"l, i: iiK'22: : Eastii.i. IiI i ('(tru \ ( ....rt. H r a il ford Count ; A V ,
\ "" ,, Iui.-It s--. --.1 Alliertha) rUrtda: In ( ".Hrl'ry. v
1 _. ,., I 1-: !
OUR lm K i ;r.--n Plaintiff/ : \ I. .
\ll ..- -.i.d' prop, I.. 'iiir in the I C ;iV. n. Def. llll.lllt. ... ..t" '
FACTORYTRAINED .HUM: .t) I P.i..nlfi.r.l. St.. u .. ..t i C.i.X,, ,; ::zo !: ... .' ::

.- .1 FI..ri-1 '0(1... Topiear.. II< ,"";

I'd "Io'h rtitifi.u it.-I oi 1 ToT.tila 1:1': ....". \\ h"I' I ; 10 ...... _otIIo.rvt .,' .
EXPERTSFOR .' .. .ii-- -hall In- r. deemed, ) ai" i ortline I is : I'nknownYou 41I F "
l.nHie I pn.p-Mi d.-.iil.ed in are hereby not1' '
'. Ii u' "Ii.at- <.r i it ,it'n, atexvill suit for Divorce ha- :
II I 1.- ,..ld I.. the hich.-t i I'ld-l.-i, % at th"1 I(! against you in t'ied i
'i i'"tut "" ,' door Court .
11- .n the fn-t st. n. and cau- .1 : i ,
01\\1 in tli. l1I..nll',1" !\ 195J.! ; I quired to serve a -mq '
"I'i { .
\\ >. I tit. 7th cI..r. July. .\P l lI swer or tlead IIi:: ; I r ... ,.._r' .. .
// .
plaint on the Pit n' ,
I 1" I tth day ..f ..Tun.i .-. \.p. I J.:. K Pcrrym.i'i. .- -; _
and file the
origin i tof
/ I x ,-i CM.i: \ .1 Th..ma.1] the Clerk of Mi.on .
1 '- :i'. "f: i'ir. [ before .
nit u u Cnurt of |1 or the : 1 I'
i "d' .1 I i '..iintx. Florida. i iS I 1932! : : ; otherwise -

; ,; 4' Ii :27! i said Complaint will t Ifessed I-
by you.
TWO YEARSGUARANTEE Norm: 'I 0 .\rri\n I j This notice aha!; -'
In ( rr..U I ('....r'. Ii rail I.iiiI ('..u ii 17 once each week for t. ...

Klnri.la. : In (.hn..r,-. tiv weeks in the Bra4f.: : >'i -,
T i; .!r" n Maiifnthal. Plaini I Telegraph ; -
I I.I-.H '4aru.iui IiiI. I)e- Dated tins 19th day )f Miy 1OFFlCI.1. ". -
FULL CASH PRICE ', Case Xo.; 915S i ( .. SEAL) A. J Thorn --
:\oil. .. To Appmr. Clerk of lb. 'ir.-'iit' c II |
1 .: i l.a-c I By Myrtle T. Deaver. D-" 'ify ci---, ,
1\\ i.-.i.n.e\ and r.rl..nthal'l I,I 5 :? 4t '> i .
; 1 L )Ii $ireet. Philadelphia.x 15:1. I -- .
1 0 9 !k inaV TO APPH\R i
i h'I..I by notified that a suit I In Circuit {''urt. Rradfonl CUbt |
1' -I'I the ablest the '
Fur Math-Prvofing, Fainting; <' v restoration: of maiden Florid: I. Cknncrrr- car on roadiFord'j :
; -111<1111. rustody and ,'.inu jSebie'I "i..nl" Cooper Pl.i'n"f.' x I ii'
Ollttr ..
Many u. .
-- i I Irene V. Cooper Det..n.lan'
iii.r children
awarded to I Ii I high-compression I 110-h.p. ,
I d1 i ". 4. -
(I. \i-.litittn! award'd Cae ? 11
rights -
PLUS o -i r'f and plaintiff {continu I\otlce To .\ ppiat. I Str oSt3r3 a the most powerful e _

S ,..-1Iv for of.t' j To: Irene V. (" .oper. -.\ engine in : -
support a
DiipotabU Bagf low-priced
den car. Ford'i : .
I i- '1. .n filed >-e is: Unknown.j .
No FUll-No MUll x i uued Court againton and cau5e.i j You are hereby ni' 1 i 'I: 101-h.p. Mileage Maker Sn is the '

I Just Throw th.m Awn* .i-, r. iuired to ser\'e a suit for Divorce hi ." .,' :...: .: only all-new high-compression, low- 0D.
i in-x\er ..r pleading ;against you in thnv> :' ,
..u the Plaintiffs At- Court I and cau e and > 'I i 1- -. I I friction engine; ;in its field. And only _

WITHIN 150 MILES !I. itk\ I tndrum. Stark ed to serve a .. >:''. Ford offers Fordomatic __ :
.. : Overdrive
.! t fie the original In the answer or plead-- i---<. :.- J. 1.
-h., clerk of the Circuit plaint on the Plar' ." .\ aIN CoovcntionoII \
.- l.ef..re the !:Hrd i.Joseph: K. Skipper. : : ,. L I
1 "..' day of :Building Jackson \ .. :K : i I ,': ,u ( \
"th.rwise the allegationsi j \
r CMi and file '. f I
: A VACUUMSTORESI .1 1 "'!,,!. will be taken a!' the origina! ; T/
the Clerk of ,' .
i --.1! l.x x nu i I I.1 |I' before the 23rd the 1- : *' >r I \d\\ !
0 Th'-s I nOI'"halJ l>* published' i'' d ly of I -f
I II .n. .> ..i.-h 'nlhE'r..u.f' the al-t'! t j j
xi-eek for
i -10S W. For*.).th St.- Jacksonville Fla. graphiM'ed\ in (Tie Bradford County consecutiveixeeks Tele j ed Complaint by you. will b. t ik-n *a cJnf-=- i COWL UL ted. Tut Dtfa 4itMlS2 E ORD i You can pay more

would like" a free home demonstration of your fully II I I th .-. 21st d.y of 3J.. -. 1J5J This notice shall be p..l.h..d,! >'iea'h .- F.O.A.F. r
I OFFICIAL SEAL week for f"ur .>"oP" i- '. but can't
A. J. Thoir you buy better!
I I guaranteed rebuilt Electrolux at $10.95. at no obligation Clerk of the Circuit Court I weeks In the Bradford "* 'jn'y Tgraph. -!-

I to I Ey Myrtle T. Deaxer. Deputy Clerk
I I i s:4t t/is, Dated thia !I.t day nf Miy. I' .-
I > oTin: I As Clerk ofnd {'i"'
-- - _____ __ i TOppnn | By ...' TANDREWS
----- ------ -- -- _-- I I In Circuit {'''Url. nradforJ ('OUllt,.. Myrtle T. D"aver. t.nTtv'I.! MOTOR CO.

, Address I riorl.la |n Chancery. 521St 5 :
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City --- -- ----------------____ State___________ I Hubert .Armour Defendant I In Clrrntt NOTICK C-oort.TO nradfirrd APPRR r aatj,
I Case Nj 915SJ
Notice Florida In nUtll""r ..
I To ,
I, If R.FJK Address IMe&s* **nd SpedficDirecUowt BCT I To: Robert Armaur.: w)5# r 'siden'e .- Anne Alpert. Plaintiff, xi Mol"K : .- Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 11

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.- BSADFOED OODlVtr fli,iGfiAP3: > STAKKE, FLORIDA! .. .
FRID.\Y. JUNE 13 1952 -- ,,., --_ _n ILII'., '- _
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I TabernacleI I'| verity Sextette of young men.i ii I I n l.t'k; :',;ale E. '- ,.
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL At The Baptist Church"Christ !n :' ')' ''' ::' : '
who will be present next Tuesday'i iI : ur"t I ; 1 a" 'n j ?. .: .t :' \' ..">,.. '.
Sunday School 10 a.m. congregationRevival Liveth Me" the ser It i> !
The Tabernacle evening at 7:45 to present an in in is :
starts Sunday June 15 and Mm' are looking forward spiring Program of sacred music mon topic by Rev. Lewis D. slump ,
11 a.m. and each night at 7.45: : \'
of the Bryan Lm> Haines. pastor of the First Bap-
the coming
to and
pictures Gospel
message. So it
Everyone invited to
Prophetic messages of timely, tist Church, Starke, this Sunday! FIRSi BAPTIST CIIURCII Starker
I ,
morning at 11 o'clock. The Caro!
interest to the hearers, were de- '; keep
SEE I the Choir will the offeratory I hot ---r I" ______ _
HEAR livered during weekend services i! sing i iI --' 1"- -
I by the Sponsor who has madean hymn and the Church Choir will'' Lewis D. Haines Pastor

I 1s intensive study of Bible Prophesy sing the morning anthem \v thi: The i & Court >Streets In The Heart Of To n
s in the light of World Events. both choirs under direction of to 1'1'I PHONES: Office 231 -
Mrs Mona Canova, Miss Julia Day. I, --- -1"" ,_ PastoriumjanMorninfir __ .

I 9/a Presbyterian Church Lawson organist. Sunday evening! a m :: i I Seri ices -Christ Liveth in Me'
at 3 o'clock the Chapel Choir,!
Evening Services
Sunday School at 9:43.: : The I.t'adinge" I directed by Miss Aliese Lawson,' :
> Friendship Class 10. a.m. the Week"
Morning service conducted at i I will sing and will lead the singing : : ___.__
I e- ---------- I" I"1 _
\ '. of the congregation with the with
Rev \
11 by Joseph Conyers SUNDAY SERMONS
I 11:00
: A :M.. S:00: P.M.!
piano-organ duo of Miss Julia
Executive bee Suwannee Presbytery /?" \ I
I Sunday School 9:45 \.M.
Gainesville. Lawson and Mrs. Ruth Morse : : -Training I nions 6t5: IMi
:\ j
c i'I t Rev Haines' message during the SERUEEDNESDAV ; 'U P.M.
Youth Fellowship Sunday eve- 1Ct \ I < I t
Y'c< I ning at 7 p.m.Church Haf py Hour will be "The Leading F: \ : \ } 'I' VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE ISITING: PASTOR
t News Story of the Week" .
ht. -- '
I -< \ .: #'.: =- ..- '- .' 7
School -
Sunday -
it of God meets at 9-1:; ,. . ,
1 Ula. with Orie Wiggins superintendent I IIn | --. --- ..-' ,-- --. -- '
Lawtey -- --- '
charge and departments and)
8th & St. Clalr Sis. classes for all ages Training
i Sunday School If a..m. I Unions gather at 6:45: with J T.'l
I Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m :I Lawson director of the age Unions
Quartette of Bryan University I Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m I "training in church
I, y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m I Jtid-week service membership"'I''I''I'I QTARLINGI QuantityRights
Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m
PICTURES "THE BRYAN STOHY"AND Prayer 7:45: on Wednesday with the message -
from the Bible by the Pas
tor and a period fOr all |

TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 17,8 P.M. I I' Sunday Masonic LATTER Temple School DAY, every Call SAINTS Street.Sunday 1 ages. An invitation to attend is extend'-d these worship ro al'j ) GROCERY & MARKET J

sen-ices at the FIrst Baptist
10 m Sacrament Serv
morning a.
At GOSPEL TABERNACLE Church of Starke where a mend-1 I II
ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitationis I
I Ily welcome awaits.Methodist Reserved
extended to
I Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla.

,. II I Church These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., June 13 and 14

MISS THIS SERVICE! The Fust MethuiliM t t'hui '. M ., .. .. . .
S Hark the I'lidially' folio\\ Ill,1'1 m\i'i > \ .t, ,1 :- ':L .-_' : :__ :-. :_ .: -:_.-':".: : : :.: .'_.--. J; __ : __ '_- _. ," '" ." -_ :-i .. __ __ -',
loud /: !
.unship' nil' Sunday. Jm.e I /fht
SUNDAY, 8 P.M. I, Chun h s< hoot l bf}:in.! tt !< i .. t ry Regular Size

Sunday 1I1O'ning'Ith! I suuu 'Ida--, for e\f\| owe gt| up| ITOMATOES Can 101HAMS
I!, At the de'pnJ', !look ( ">iui ,'hj.eiAiee p
"flying Itucels"AND he i Rev. Tit ulua. U; Mil EA.
'j ehell will preach on Tht Song ,>!

Methodism .. ..- ., < h' ,_ ._ _
1 II Sunday evening at s 00 pm.j -- -, .:' --. -. -- '- "- -- _._--..- -- .," .
you are invited to join in the singing -
I of your favorite hymns at the I Picnics; LB Lb
gospel song service. Mr :Mitchell BOLOGNA 39C
will preach on the subject ".\
look to the future"and will show
this message by the Pastor on the most timely subject of the colored slide picture: taken ot the,

hour. What does the Bible say about this baffling phenomenathat old church for building the construction, the groundbreaking of\I GRITS Dixie Lily f Lbs 42C CHEESE Lb. 49C

has even the greatest scientists puzzled. the new church, the laying of the \
corner stone vanoustages in
-----. the progress of the new church, '
and pictures of [the completed'

, Read the April 7th issue of LIFE Magazine before coming. It will I' church sanctuary and educational I
building Marine Oil Large
n amaze you. The Senior and Intermediate
I ,, .. Methodist Youth Fellowship will! .. C
I meet at 7-00: p.m tojhen i leg 72 25C

The Newspapers Say: I: ulai fellowship HAMPTON meeiings I II SARDINES S SUR F


"OVAKS SCARED HIM SILLY." Kansas City April 28, 1950 A.P. Captain \\CATION BIIJLE SCHOOL
Dan J. Whelan and Duncan Underhill of Hollywood Robert Adickes, veteran Trans World Airlines ,, TO BEGIN .MONIA\ <: Ibs. "Skeeter"
reported that near Santa Monica at 5 p.m, pilot, 29 described a flying saucer he saw as I Everyone i.s invited t" 'he special \ CRISCO 3 Qt. C
on July 4th. 1947 they saw a disk above themat twenty to fifty feet in diameter and about five I Gospel service t.. bt held SPRAY 39

2,000 feet The fliers were about 7,000 alti feet thick. His first officer his hostes.and I Sundae nigJit ai I s p m In the Chico
tude. It was a disk shaped object, not spinning, nineteen passengers in flight from Washingtonto I auditorium of the Fii-t Baptist
but resembling a rifle practice disk target fortyto Chicago backed him up. They saw it too. Church, Hampton The programwill LongGrain ? /lbs
fifty feet in diameter and traveling at about bt'glllith a":. minut. "M>n' RICE 44C SPRY 3lbs. 83C

400 to 500 miles an hour. (March 16. 1950)TECHNICIAN: ) cert t of Gospel must i rendered Ov
: GETS CLOSEIT" OP FLYING the male quartet ot William len- .. -- -- .
; S.U TEIt. flings Bryan Unn crir \ The -- ..'- -- -' p-- .- -- .--" --
7, 1948. TilE LOUISVILLE CARRIER, school is located in Kiu.m' /fvnn
St. Mary's.: Pennsylvania, March 16. 19..0.UP .
"F51SU CAIT. MANTELL DESTROYED and the young men XII! p\-e, Camay
Dr. Craig Hunter.Ii, of Berkeley Springs, Ii I C
CHASING FLYING SAUCER.Ft. their testimony both in word and
West Virginia. a technical director for a Wash- ,
Knox Jan. 8, U.P., Thomas Mar.tell, song. Traveling with them are
CapL S SOAP 7c
ington medical instrument supply firm, reportedhe : Arnold Fritz stand 2S
piano art< 'inipani
of the Kentucky Air National Guard, a veteranof I
saw flying objects that were. moving slowly accordion soloi-t mil < 'litI -
the Normandy invasion chased either a fly- Bo f. Ctn
from east to we>t. Their altitude was first notedto I I ford Hanham, dnei'oi! ,!" II< 'he
the Venus to his death to- 6
ing saucer or planet I FOR
be about 250 to 500 feet. The objects appeared glOUp.i '
God Air Force Base, Fort 5
day over man near '
to be 50 to 150 feet in diameter and about 25 i, The purpose oi '!h.) dospe; plus deposit
Kr.ox. Two .othe-rs in the formation pulled out
feet but Mantell went to to 30 feet thick at the center. I Singers is to preach ( iiri-t and __ _. ___ _
at 18,000 Capt. up to present a challenge t i., ring '< d -- -- '-- __h.. __ __ ___ ._ ._ _mm __ r-h.' .> -..'_ '_ _.. "_
before his death:
20,000 feet meeting
(February' 2. 1950)) (LOS ANGELES DAILY people to continue their ed\ll'a'lOn
SKY for Him and to MIRROR) Fl.US'IW: S THE:
Iive, to Him in whattvei! ;ii-d ,)fser'll't' OLEO 19C TEA 29C
(:March 22, 19.M). LOS AXr.KLKS n.ILXIWS: ) TUSCON PILOT CIIES &omSK" .
they might 'ni! r :Ntnee
TWO VETERAN: PILOTS SWEAR TO Tu-<;con, Ariz, February 2, AP. An Air Fon-e Over Sea or Blue Plate
it its doors
opened t." -'iidi-n'' ir
FLYING DISKS: Pilot from Davis: Monthan chased: an unidentified ,
Memphis, March 22, UP.. Capt. Jack Adams object in his B-_9. He was unable to catch the Commoner 1930 as a ,memorial William. t fi..leniung-( r..at C 'Ib.

and First Officer G. W. Anderson reported an object which left a "long, black plume ofsmoke" Bryan. Bryan t'nl I' -u! ha- NAPKINSReal S 11 FIELD PEAS 1 IOC
as it dL"appe..lred'ery rapidly behind a .
g aircraft in controlled flight over Arkansas: moving served to pn>\id t (rhr .>

1 with terrific sped and po"s..s.*.'d of a range of mountains. White Sands Proving centered liberal art d! .' i' >n 'i ... ., .. .. ,
strange, strong bblt>-white light. which blinked Ground in New Mexico said that the object was young men and w"nm'' I r ores, -' '. -- .. -- ,. -. .
rapidly: on top of the Object. It was not a jet. not a rocket because there hid been no tit If g ent enrollment wli.i" }1\ -.t adily All Brands
of that they were sure that d.:1y.: t rearing, is appinxm. t''l1,1)! Good 1.25
GeJ.1nmllglonll,1:: I .' 'riiinj: a'
9 a 11there will be i d.nU/ Ca> S SNUFF F f
: ,., 98c
cation Bible School ;' : yourIt

I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton will I last for two" \t. K ,i t' HI.. BROOMS

petent h'acher111 !hid m.i'! h FOREACH
department and have luahli as- 3

I BOB GRAY Pastor Handwork, art Biblet nes and
chorus singing):: wilt he thmair I
I features of thi. ),<'ho"l l .+ th re
ALSO I Fresh Vets
freshmeni being sq'I| \: We RipeTOMATOES

will close be of no each classes day's session on either fherf Sa' 'Ibgallon 1 10C DOG FOOD 3 for 25Ct

HEAR the Bryan University Gospel Singers in 45 minute concert 1 urda>' of both weeks (_"'minenfe
ment will be held on F' d.n. night
I t
June 27th at 8 p ir: Stokleys

f St. Edward's. Richard Lyons CatholicRev. pastor VINEGAR 49C CATSUP 1 14 oz I 9C

Sunday Mass at 9 15 a. m
Weekly Miss at S: a m I I I HBHB HM H BaMHMI BHW .
Confessions Saturd..< T; w losn I II
: n P.MChildre Dixie Lily Ii I i Butter White orF

:' s Cate: .'/h -', c::issea 03

Wednesday. : t) v M II, FLOURinibs'F J III i Speckled j

Church of Christ -I I ,
j jA Comer 10th and Mc.Mahon ;III i i! i iili BEANS ;

s ; I LB. ;
Bible School-10 A M ili
i I
Preaching-11; A M and 730 I. ,

each Prayer Wednesday Meeting 7 and'30 P Bihie M Study per ctn. DelMonte box


plus dep.
Service You'll Never Forget HOLINESS

Sunday School 10 a rr. CDM Ib. ? "33" Qt
Morning: Service 11. an COFFEE 83C BLEACH 1 11CL.
NURSERY OPEN e I I Evening S?rvioe 7; 10 p m
Prayer Meet in es Wednesday
| night 745 Satur.:lay nigh -- -. .. - .. ,-- .. -' ,.
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Poodle Cuts 'I.h !.. lax, 12 ft. blade and ., I
And n .
Crew i.p against
Cuts AppearAs -:. 1 <"II. deln.red at Starke. Fla t tbefore 11"-1 you in the *boCott \ -
ffluse and
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'i'I I tx lilt an\ tr.i.l.- .
swer "r 1'': :; tt:,' ,
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Old Sol Begins To 'Pour It On'oui.it "-..t.ri. > nik i ,"f..r In"'I--I..n grader. as at TI"I th.!: -I Ifile -. I II .

C .., ..... _L.... II. u i.mtx t>r 1IIlIn'Iuipm..nt I I..r", I I. ,": :
u of- .
uaiorrs aon' Ilk' the ton -i I
-I' I .t I i'i the hid.
pax -
TOO tedious work ot giving a good. ,d.i "Ih..rl\--. mI' '
- > I4 m" 1 I'1: tiI l, '
well-shaped crew haircut but not "11111. IK in.: I d'! I I.X 'I
u thout
50 Joe Kerrigan. the I I This n t .. .. -i be
amiable c H ini e<|lil II"| I i'
; once each > : four -
Siarkeite I I' 'ir.itt luds
whose pleasant brogueis .. .n U "'.,,o tia-- uf "' live r-eeks in the Brad r \ '
a sure giveaway to the Scotch (..r..d. Ioh'.II'1 I Telegraph .
: 1'.11. r ih, J l.tli ii t.i\
CAN ancestry of which he is I FR'Aitt': OF ('(*
proud. .MMISSIOXKUS (OFFICIAL fEAL) v i iClerk .
- j' Joe says he's been I in the bar 'Ill, I'OfXTY.:: FLOT.II. I|I of tie ( r. '.<
F.x- Mxrtle I T Pea.er. 1'
ber business for 40 years almost .l I 1.\1. iXLl: .\ .1 Tht.iu.v I|I .

AIts l'lrk| ,
r continuously with the exceptionof i
61:3l;! '>

1'i BEAT a few years spent in the Merchant '- J
;Minn: in XPPHXK
That statement -- In rir.-uil (Court llrndford CounTy /*-'' "

might seem a little hard to be- I Kltirltla. : In Chanrrrr.r 1A -T 1
I I. Piilluni. PlaintMi: I
lieve. for Joe still looks to be "a I'liUiini. Pefendaiii IU miles or I
; ,
-e young man", but his I Case :Nollre
claim is :> To .\ppear.
THE easily explained when he tells I II I:' 11 ilia Pllllllm.11.. .
that I d, i ul iMr.--. I II I-: ,;<>.! i
you he
as a "lather > l>iMX: :Ntt: Yttrk
boy" in a barber II )
!shop in his nalive .
:.lr.hrehy notlfte ,
Scotland at the tender age .Va"8: hal be'fl' ...d
of nine >ears it seems that in
4 HEAT -- ------------------ -.
those days every shop kept a boy .

I II around to do odd jobs and lather.up .

1i _: _= rr- I II I I the for customers'a shave.faces in preparation Television TipsCHARLET

I Joe likns barbering and he take- Barber Ki'rrigan vinjis onrefull. tip <.jtr rii--tuiiitT >uinrreu tar -'- By

quite a degree of pride in hi? cut that ull-iniportant( "flat l."ok" on top. st.u' Ifts his hair

Of ue can't all follow the good example set bj' the oIIni.Bradfordite reputation for
being one of the
: grow bug in th.intt>r bee.amI"it( fcls so l"ulI.1| in hait
in the photo a'nnr' although this is probably one of the best crew-cut: artists in town. The in the sninllKT.fortable .

quickest and most effwthr ay.ofsdingoff knon to man. Neither big rush for his services corner _

Mould mall)' young men about town \\ant to copy the baldy haircut in thi rail when mOst of the -- ---, ,

being proudly modeled by the happy small fry at right. IIn\\f"\I'r, high sihool athlete get butch that main h>i\f kept "," ,, -.%

'"UI* fm football their hair close cropped even titer
there are other and more conventional means of cooling off. For season and in

one Miggestion see column four. Slade Gas Downs the siimmei' when the heat drive returning to civilian lite E.J; 1?+i TTII

men of all ages to seek relief If you don't think Keti 1:1.111: More Service (o More Places

Social Club Formed i for the club. Fox is an electncan Raiford In 22-8 GameLast with what used to be known ir is deft with the clippers and shi':ti I, .. VET DiSCOVeRED. More Scenic Routes

:I I at the mine. Earl Corlew and Vic the barber trade as a "shortpompadour'S. just ask Stan Stacy. the \.iimj' IS A GOOD J.AUOff Finest Modern Coaches

At Trail Mine man who arrived here t Ii I 11\\ !I..>."- .
Ridge :.. Frees both of Starke. were narnec:? night's double-header ir ] \ \ lowest Fares in Travel

the clubs vice president and secre I] the Bradford County softbal' Even the women have tried tc burg this week as ieliei .wnt '
For Welfare
PurposesThe 1. tary respectively. league aw Blanding tackling |adopt the style after a fashion. for the Railway' Esprt-s.s AK ell' > !)... 1 9 I. \IWN\'ILI.K -

Trail Ridge Social Club. a i A spven-member board of diiec- I Slade Gas in the first and I .with the so-called "poodle cut". Stacy stepped into Joe s i'hitr., \ \"4' \ .1 \('KM: >/Sn.i.r: I 'I")
game didn't him word m! 1II-t I'll" '
a .
but give
welfare organization at the Hum tor has aNo ben named for the I Kerrington thinks they'd bet .. ..o O( .\I. \ I tit
firs'-round champion Alvarez taking |ter leave crew cuts to the tion. and a few minutes later ,
The director men HIU.\MM: '.
phreys Gold-du Pont mine, beganto new organization. I -
on newly entered Raiford in' i folks. stepped down neatly cropp- ti just
take form last week as its new and the part of the mining opera- I I \ :.'-'! ...r. 1'InlsnnW: : I fol
the second game. "Short hair on most the way I like it"Joe .
ly elected officers held a direc tion that they represent are: Pau'! lookE'I I C r \ ..\1I.tE 4rMlI :
Slade Gas Co. outslugged i good." Joe says, "but on women knows the young; men aje
tors meeting.The Bennett. mining Amos Carlton I Raij j I r. : : *
ford 22-8 in the -well .I'd better not fussy about their crew cutand
only say
game played
wet mill Don mill Joe
club's chief purpose is ta ; Page dry ; MI\MI: :
I last week to ruin the loser too much." he aims to please.Incidentally :
five financial assistance to any Norman, maintenance; Calley Nip I I EST: I'M.M KKAC'H .<..

hourly worker at the mine who per zircon mill; Gene Whittle entry into the league play. The This veteran barber attribute girls. Stan says he '-e, ST. \rm'STlxt i ouliIIN
warehouse, lab, and office; and I game featured heavy hitting and the increasing popularity of short j likes everything about Starke exCept .-. -
experiences an accident or a dis .
( : ( ()\'I: 61'
W. J. heads poor fielding.The haircuts to the influence of Army the apparent scarcity of the "Take a little more off top"
aster. The club will aid workers Siprelle, department I
Blanding-Alvarez of life in recent years. "Most men fair sex. "Tell 'em I'm single" Stacy saN ami I Kpriigin heer- KK'HMO.M VA. M; 80MKMrillx
who disabled. game
are temporarily last week was postponed and will wore regulation GI haircuts while I! he said. He'll be here two week full) obliges. He t tliinKs (..,'\> V laughing tonic combined : TKNX. 13.8')
burned out or are faced with Six Patients Enter I "
be played at a later date. I they were in service." Joe says, Jas relief agent for E. H. Scar- cuts art sensible ..t) Ic fur hot null a *. 'Ii'fac.tul'IllIrdL( <'".- WAShINGTON: It. ( 1.,9 .

similar problems. Doctor's Clinic l Il ..ao"d found them so cool and com- I I brough who's .vacation.. \\..at h..r. creates ha.pin.-| | ... .\TI.ANTO..\. 1..l' '.
Funds for the club's work will I
Plus Tax. Extra savings ,.
come from membership dues and i] Six patients were admitted tc Contract Awarded | Dog Innoculations '

from the operation fo coke, candy, the Doctor's Clinic Hospital last For Masonic Temple j Honeymoon For Eight; i Hound Trips
Given TomorrowA Chas.C.Shepherd
and cigarette machines at the week. Starke patients were Mrs.
Promises Laugh RiotAt i (;ire) hound HUH Station
mine. The club is modelled some ,
Rosa Allen, Mrs. Marie Sullivan Contract for the new Masonic ,

what after similar clubs established and Julius Edward Jones. Other Temple to be erected on West Park Theatre A \'", will be mI fad I Guaranteed T..mlllt'| \\...

throughout the du Pont organ patients were Mrs. Louise Thrasher Call St. was awarded to Bradford i j ji 1 I ford County tomorrow and nexi KAIMO & TV star....... lla

ization. Holly Hill; Mrs. Gertrude Hall Engineering Co. at a special I Two is the traditional number I I Saturday to vaccinate dogs: for Phone 147 J

Everett R. Fox, Keystone Waldo; and Miss Janice Hood meeting of the Building Committee for a honeymoon but a honey I.I I, rabies. The total pro'. charge < Sales and ServiceI'h.

Heights, was chosen as president Daytona Beach. held Wednesday night. will be $1.50 dllllllai.'hu'h
moon for two is not half as ex I 2:9:} ) Starke

J. M. Edwards, owner of the will inclule inoculation. xamnr. I -----_- __
for ------------
citing as a honeymoon eight-
engineering firm, submitted a bid I and tag. '

SERVICE of $16,253 which was apparently I which is just what Van Heflin and I His schedule call. for him f- I Ii

WINKLER ELECTRIC low- I I Patrica Neal run into in "Week i i I be at Starke City Light Plant. --r A Visit To Our Office

It is expected that constructionof End With Father" playing Sundayand from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Hanip --- ,

the building will begin next Monday at the park Theatre. ton-Citv Hall from 1 ::30 to a 3t' :MAY PIT YOt MONE1 AHEAn 0'ISrH.XrE \

ZENITH week with a schedule calling for p.m. and Brooker ( Colson store
I Such things will happen when
completion in 90 working dajs. from 4 to 3 p.m. COSTS.
couple starts out with a ready

\ RADIOand made family of four. He has tvvc Savings 10' to 10":
': daughters and she has two sons i NOTICEDon't I

But the children aren't all the ,
Conner &
4 (Count4 unregistered Gay Agency
honeymoon weekend also has one l lt the Templep.. Stacy .ur\e> s result in mirror -
voters who the heat
are caught by
Sales Televisionand of the husband's old flames and 9 i roa<| bl of this year's presidental race I IK) N. (Court St Starke Phone 2S;)
bewildered hotel clerk thrown into i jour Blue .>;UD'O. Come stand long hair smiinier-
Service can register Saturday morn
any keep things popping. ;i In and, fill up \\ ith Blue Sunoco tim," be grin"I : ...

,, ,, ing from now until November'relection.
I" #" I ,
anil get otlr.tll / lubri-
said A. L. Crosby, Jr., The honeymoon is preceded by I )

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 supervisor of regulation. an outdoor courtship at a chilI -, cations. .. t'e>-\e a "i'y| rot r"r a mt- .

I dien's summer With twr You (':in n<>\\' come to II.. h> i.r |il"iiinir t" th- "'"lIIplli. .."
Crosby said that the registrationbooks I T l I' .
111. I'l.lltllltf s \I t.'ri.y "
STAKKE, FLORIDAflspsrspssssssn.ssps rivals on the scene and the kid | Walnut and Eighth Mreets. 1.IIIIlrlllll. Staik.FI.'i from 9
would be
open a.m. determined to make things difficult I Through the ('()urtt'%) of NoegelRrtt' HiuriKiiiil in time ..tfi..e ,.:
sappers eep.ennenet3 until noon every Saturday. His 1 l'l..rk ..f the ('Irs'II" i
.. I'sed ('ar Ixit. we ha\e .
the two lovers '
goodpreview : i .
office in the get a i I-t.r.' the 14th U n .d i *
is upstairs county
of what their riotou-- a temporary' road to our '.tai ..rh"rw i-e the all "' 'f '
courthous.W.C.T.U..- f'illlpl.llllt Will I 10. t h' I 1.,1, Washer
honeymoon will be like. i tion. ill liv > .'11.
,. ,. f1 .. I II I THANK VOr This', notice, t-hall I h-. "tuhli-ti.n 1 I
Hefin is playing his first comedy 'h week for foi" ne'iiiiv I I > .. NEW, BIG FULL 95
L:\ \ ,rJlIe'ID W.\tm 1t""TIIIIj nnce pa
;) :} ( )(X ; role in 12 years after specializing i rORF.MIX' & ( I4M\ -eks in the Bradford \' t>' 1 Irgr.jph ,

| (.\.h'.) 8 IB CAPACITY
in outdoor action roles. But ever I'tt.-d this I lIlt d:i"f .. ii* 1 .0.-
"SIXCK (\KKTTK.s: KKM: : I the Indians he I 4 OPFKM .-<.K\I.; A .1. 'i'h'iii.s"Clerk '
WANTKH-Kradtiat* nurse or lie-11:FOR f-\t.I--i5\XxlS concrete faced in "Toma | of hp rircult ('..II lrT
ensed prartlral nurse, part tune ISc each. Also cement bln'k.\ LESS I'RGI OKISG INTO THE I hawk" seem mild to the antics of TO Tilt PFXJl'LK Fly: M\ rtle T. Deaver. Deputy rierKh .YEARWWTUU
\ 4LL
duty. Apply :3)1 W Call $t tf and steel window OXES WHO IX TilE SMOKING: the four OF Tilt: KKJHTHCONC.UKsslONAK: I:: I' : IJ
Kineerinsr Co. 4t 5 16TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT younger members of thefamily

FLTRNISIIii I : 1I0l' ": for rent. 4 I O.OXT SOME rOWFJR 1! and about 50' of their ; DIsTKK TI '''IIt'I: .>rN.ti. 1'11\0'"% 'Iiini.i'uI.t WARRANTY

room1'lee refrigerator gas PLEASE (':O'I"L1 TO i I friends : l'II-JlIIIIIIi \ 'Ii

xtove. Mrs o I. ll.ijes :ni s SMELL TIIK'lstLnsS': : :: ,. |i. htT'In eixeri thi' AW-061
Water. lip D.I t -1:11..1.' miller tin |>ti 11'
OTHERS: SMELLEM.." I i, MIL'r J".','..: liw ..r It"ll. F'
1.-1.h..f..llrl Mr. and Mrs. Stratos ill i'i I,
FOR acre OF ALL KIXDS .1 I Li t. gu.t0' "
land with good) .II. ,.:nt11"0 I .i I ..I I ii.' I 'I 11'I Ml'It '..lIIi ''I
!-a're tract land on RIN..| road. RENOVATEDFURNITURE : 1NDIANNA.) To Visit GreeceMr I '. ,.I|' .nil I '..""1.' St.il.' ,,{ I Ir III
$300. A No lions.. willl A1acrtK I I,. 'IL "< fitt| of ..r.f ..r I'L".
itiHxl farm lind $*.!iiil eat-h. $3.00(1 i 'I this Hutu .., th. (II''
un t...rllOn lloiul 100, I ml so. : i Iriiii..it1 v ''I' I ,
and :Mrs
Sam Stratos. i lhn :r': !' SIarke
Starke. Itiile H Mitchell Kt 1. fjfIJ I I, I "i' II- ",, G.J. MCGRIFF
Ho15: ItpWANTKIV I half-owners in the Park Theatre I ::" F \\ 'sf ( all SI. Florida

i left \\ il i iKl \
by automobile for New York I
Dealer for Farmers I 1
Market Cities Service Station. This, "t'nv this week from where they .1'I th \ I ,
station Iits just been modernized I will :' ",, ,, r-
Keupholstered and STARKE FLA. fly Greece for a two I ,
It you hare $1,500 to properlyttotk .
thin btation vt Itl merthantff Kefinished months visit with Mr. Stratos' \ __
\ lul'ricatloii equipment and \
Fri. Sat. June 13. 14 mother
battery charger' jou.in make \STI.NGS (' \ Il i mi inns
MVTTUESS CO. express to iou my deep RIMM
money a s rent ,N low \ X. W ilVerwon Stratos i* the brother of Mrs. 11 1 t,.. 1.al.l.:' I It '. I''
Hox IS<0, J."rks,>n\ille I. Box: 230 Palatka ula.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA BIG DOUBLE FEATUREA, tude tor our tijclity and |loyaltyIn .1 is 1,1 r.rnli: : ,.'"I.lul I Idr. !
H. Carrott. who is the other ... ,.. ...
Fla, pr M. Jacksonville 5 :IG'I LA the recent priniariea. Your ci' .al.\\ : I I"
:1Ii\ I:; The Trail Of The half-nwnor in the Park Theatre: ,' >' 7th. I" : ''I '
trust and faithfulness! is an inspiration '.t.t>t.ini-e: or r. i. '..
,1 Fun nF.Tr..1II:: : furnished | ... ,
LOST-X'rlh of II. nipt on .>n Miv meVe shall together \iti-t ;M'ti '
apartment comfortable beds, Lonesome Pine *> ,
ami tan female I \ it .f e II&:
black white .
on. mi ran;i- \ a11 >t bridge. 1::. i
walker V." Hound \ Starke, tak.1.Idl graded road 1'nitle : IN TKCIIMCOLOKMaoMurni I..I."I the future ind-m. ,
liberal ralor..wanl for return or | to hwiis with alien at Kate 'Ii 5'011 n "Ii !' Sincerely your friend tn.it.tr ar: I II'Il ... ., I'hone M Starke. Fla.I .
Information leadHiC to recoveryof Mrs Carl Wynn. Brookside Fred )', 5)1 h ia A E ols I.P' I tilt) I I.oj I.
this d.iit.-C. I. Atkinson P. Ap'tf LEX GREEN ..nil.tir 1 .
O noI: !. Urooker. FU Stp 6/lJ Sydney t'.as-! : nil' I."l

i.irr: j. n>> onon. JH. AN'D By "Shorty'"Darn Ii .mil.'' .. .
HXKKKY }'4R S \I.1-: in Live O.ik.Fla \MII.K>> 101 U \nIH.tTU: 'Pt"t\1l < '"

ftood and profitable busmen ('.V1II.KM> HUGS! la Ctr-ail ('''01''. Bradford ('....t,, I I ."). 1'r. ( hrome '
established X > other bakery in SILKS FORT WORTHWith I\ Klorldni la ('hanrrry. I -i* '
town. Selling due to dl'Hof I! lite Oak. l:nch A\rdnexUa7' ,1..1 M i' hill H'.i: nt I I-. \ M 'l 1'

owner. 1'hone :::S1 K. Uv Oak ; I'alsikjt plich Tfcuroday' \ i'A Mir- .i'!' I'-f..nd"lIl. INETTE
fnHrlnson for Randolph Scott '.. -
Via or write i ) t--r N. '"
Information Sin 6 1* I j PKOTHCT Yon F.'pnITIE .
further .\M| Serial an i Fireproof Protecto Security Box i| 1 :'I..rj )lar-h.l.: h-<' Table J ( hairv j
FAUM. iioxin \i'T) srrri.Y-1 lieautiful. large, heavy duty steel I 1..n .. ,- 1'iSl' I'..! tr.ii ;sti> ..t i iuui 1 "
Thank f..r tintip on rUXSTlKOTK i box. $10.::; plus tax. Bradford Sun.. Mon. June 15. 16 '"0-. 'i"" 'r TIUXSI'.\1a-XT FINISH |i County Telegraph tf You are hereby nutifi" th'a
Il 1I
Stopped In .ur t.tre je.terdav I : uit for Divorce has b.->-n fi''! ')1 N 0 W
Floor yparkli bilLy I used it SINGER SEWING Ma.hlne Cora- WEEKEND igain-t > 'iu in the aboi- nard an' I
on weMKlw.rk. t.,o Its w.mder- |i panr Lake ('ity. 11Phont' $ I! : C'iurt anl cause and you are r"'III-\ i
{ .
...1 || "'1"- ,STtniKIJ '. ,
1 will repair xi.ur mat-nine in tip WITH FATHERVan .'I to sers.a copy of > >ur an- \-r i 69.95
top condition I ..- pl.>ai1-ng to the complaint 01 t'p
reasonable \\'e '
LOT W\\T"O:: III'In' .t Siark. use only genuine;> Singer I' Patricia Neal ... I'linntfAttorn.-" 7..I'h II I> ..,t. I
Write T..h'gr.h. H.." s:: Siarkc' I Our s-eruce oats will iick part and lleflin ,< :;;o-, I.\ n'h flu'l 14. "e I h i i K- r.

11 delivery kerx.i..e upon request.up Plus News an I.1r.'t'I'tlu"h't [ New Singer machines are axailatile 1 h: 'h-- "ff1.of til- 'l-Trx .f Ml- : 5 PIECE S PIECELiving
\vsTt--ImPh": 11I1'111 a. I% l'i I on CasiiLIIe termsFOU ,I' I ,!In ..fl ',r j l-ef 'P. tll.. 1 JI'' % g \ $
or ....1 k R' f.'rtr.i'"..lor. .I Tues.. June 17 ONLY this hiih-powered .I\|: ..f .!'Jlv !> .:!, thrw... .- 'h ., 'JivJ Summer Furnituredlider : Rm. Suites
fitnl'hei1.Vrit. THi: RI'IXIKT-MIXDED Hflde'' i I.-C.ttL..I., .;i 'aHI ''"/III.I.r,1 w' i''
..hone t lip II.1 -100 Ki: >Kraededdmic Inxua- gas! ..k..1 ,- <:...le.,1 t. > .- Rocker ( 'hair : : 129.95

lions on fine ra ;-fontent pap'r.only BEAU GESTE "r Thi- notice shall be publishedone up
1-1\1: $\I.-TI'I'II..r C"'al' Mrs -e. Table I Lounge \ t _...________.. .....
Iiriqfl 11..,. ., I It, he I| $I61! 5 KraJford County \\?" .fI' not ..I rt'tdl.in thin each week (or four conset Telegraph tfSEKVEL w..t'k" in the Bralford: County Tm t : WAS I 119.9i 1 ):) :
ln'fdeared I Gary Cooper.( Ray Milhnd when' \\t' .ay that our ;a* ha.> rraph.It.I'.r. flYoUR4TYJL&ugr1owfri:: Electric Fans
*0 '
} ()P. S \ ":- al'r"1'i.
O\S m FmGF.r.-\TOn th- 12th:: dd "f .Itinr IOFFICIAL I- -
other half pasture andtlmbet Cartoon ami News th.it added for :
|!I Repularlx prm-d st $21115 Pr:.- ptmt."f qauk- ( SEAL! A J Th"naTlerk NOW 99.95
with l'> .''t -. 12: hoc and I
> ed to sell At flTiiS of the Circuit Court
i You can'1
l:..d ''hkk'n. i5 j starting. ... ... : ---p--
< '
150: llampshm
feed bent 'Ir-
this ( __ _
Slide '
I .me flas ( <> Wed., Thur. June 18. 19nOCBI.E By M> rtle T. Deader. Dr" i-v /I KtMdHttX,. \i --
s.s -
1n'arIn'' pt.n trees ho" mTYYYYYyyyyymyryLIBBY 1 1 n 4* IOTIC .. .. ... ......
d ------ --- --- -- : Used Oil
barn and other liuilditcl.ori' RADIOS REPAIRED 'ttttr wet rt tut AHrn Stoves
I mi X .,f l.twte\ <>n P.d :SPO !: TO .\PI-I: \nIn .. ,
] > iu TV .i 4
801 W R Strt. k I'..".1. lii'I:, 111 Makr. 411 Model.nea / llradfuril toonty.rinrWits qI .1 1'IEl'EBedroom ; 29.95
( irroit
i i ......hI.. rkartcrn cuaraaleedll rwog lufiihin I>rvK. K.tn. up

FOR : -\I.t-:---O-ir ;i- r.and small\ i i (' \i. r. MIKPIIKHI) INN Fr..d K-r.'r In Cbanr-rv.PIII"!: '" \ V. NICKEL A DAT OR IllSLReez6.:1 Suits t \ ... ...----------u
hon..e, !' mil..s from I..\\ n QUI;:. |! 7A.1 W. Tall S. Stare Ph. n 11 1 r'-n4- x'
lev & n.t\is. It.'heWAXTK1 : i Sales & Service --.1 K"r! Ca,,? (., .. I 115.90 : Table Lamps
,! vonti.r.- 1'1: :' \Li--l.p.r gtt fling; Cro..hrPd \stalr up !
>-Jlieh I S..hoolmale gra.Imiate: r.tnmr .'1 R'.t .'"nditlon. Price >ntlrr Topprar. ... I 6.35up
-- :
T"'lIIlfr"d K'ng.t'U 2'- ---------------
) f..r positionHart I reasonahi. Mr' \ F ANDCASINO _."
( I..rm'm"t : .tuIs
aIi1r.- 14H
..... A A A A r"d.r and ...
Furniture I'o It.hff: I'Iiun- \\ b 1 )1t1abin; >
I to KOREAQuentin '>.j\'-"- A\enu Jami.i: QUH Cedar Chests
ltlNT--r..tmm; mmnfirni.heJbolt" It.'hl:" Kaiser Frazer Henry-J i I. M.'. N-w Yurk. New Y.k I f 1 k- Cream Churns
PI.R I I Rfo nold.1..0 '. You af hereby notified that a
l..L with m.ill\ ct t- APAUTMEXT FOR nF.XT-Part.al ) DEALERSHIP 39.95
e I .. .'
and ra'ifi tl"i'.tr.i up
ire in r.'ir i'..nlit.t r.Ir.M.: .,. ly furnis>hed. .Fra ee house behind .-\ X f'W'I Temple Ave. l,1 ,P"r" hibeen f ..,1 1 I'k' t t 9.90 up
ph. 32 : agreement
phone I UK. ..i T \ Y.tw. phone I 1-t Itaptist 'hur.'h $:? m. \ [ :ar.'i 'i hab >v-- ni'd I

21! It J Thomas Jr. Administrator It I ,eurt a'iue :AoJYJ1"-- r-j -, -- -



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