Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03221
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1953
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03221
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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rt.) -1 COUNTY TELEGRAPH Copy Single lOc

12:! PAf.ES TillS WEEK Official County Publication Established In 1S79

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\ UI.DIE SKVENTY-rOUR: ST.\I Kr.. fLORIDrr.nn\". MA195: $ :\ MKKI: : ; t IItT11: \ t-
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:; I Morse Found Not Guilty Of Perjury I.

Q $ Buyers Here For Corn Deal I Ilann

But Martial Muddle Still Lingers On .-

Brooker Market Gross Near $150,000;

. 4. -r>. '. J 1..r..e.A.!::tt' haired: defendant Therefore Mrs M x

.. what had knowledge of the in-ie< :
i cm -mg salesman heard no r ?

>i >,ubtless sweet music to his I until feme time after th. r.na. j:5: Dry Hot Weather Cuts Short
"" "' ..; t'ntered1' Crops
I u .ate Wednesday afternoon,decree

CHRISTIAN- fTen 4 Circuit Court jury found I she finally became aware of 1.\1.1'

NEW CHURCH mm not guilty of perjury in had happened she charged n.ex! '. : !.t :rr.a'i; i>.:\ trurv !"'. -\ 111)0: into the count> '.. :tw
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his husbani with perjury onn, Farmers Markets l thi >k in t b .
.Making a pretty picture In it% frame of oak treeN the neu Christian divorce proceedings against 9Iub \\t't. anticipation of the} :vi
Morse of grounds that she had been residing ,i sweet corn, Lima beans
(hurch Mhirh hat jut l<-nToiupMrd on the site ..f the old .hurt h wife. Maude A. Saugus.I pepper. butter beans ant
Mass in 1S51. He still had tus in their home all the while : \', hich will be under within few
f.n \\>*t 'all :.st. Valut at ":30.WW.: the ihurdi it debt freeIt "a.. j way a days.
troubles, however. I I I Ray Selden of Daytona B-a.h I Hrooker market reported' _
built for mu h .,.% than iU realalue 1 du<- to thr fait that uiie of Vie' -
i More testified that he paid a the attorney employed by ltII.-t ..t-11'r >.ti! > of S32.0S590 durmg ,
material wat donatrtl. 4fruI! : IeqAu of cost; 532 hampers of ;1'. .
: Daytona Beach lawyer $150 to 1t0 I obtam the divorce. stitieo week as potatoes took a beans 34$
hampers of
I squ.t-sr.
," get him a divorce and from then:that the list of questions anJ answers I J i'W ..'..t and other vegetables Stxxib, : bags of potatoes" irt

!Ion just signed any and everything I sworn to and signed bv : the spotlight. The weeks tub if cucumbers 432 lump.! -

CityWiiigTo District Three that the lawyei put in front of Morse before the special maste<> placed total revenue to cranberry beans. 286 hanljl"4|

him Thig included. Morse said 'in the case. A J. Thomas J' "r growers so far thIS sea- 80S ,
pepp-'j. hampers tenant KMjeans. -
everal of .t tiTny' bearing him -Selder' In .- $135.129.90
pages ;were obtained by 1573: hampers butte! Jv u'-
Service Baseball Tourney his signature and purportedly .th' usual manner by questioning Starke market reported and 197 hampers Lima bea:;>

given by: him in a hearing beforea the plaintiff. >'! only I,51S.t5 during the
I ., :Marke Ke{"..rtM
master in the divorce -K as strawberries rapidly
testified hat Morsi-
Hospital Site Under Way Here proceedings here. I took Thor-a the* usual oath tll tel! the ied i from the picture. but reveme R Judd manager t !.<'

,. He never even read the so-called I truth before: signing the tesum mv )' Cohen (center and Pfte Chri-antl of the Southern Veg- here Is expected to zoom withh Stark market, reports that thu!

t.tlm"f1Y, Morse baid. and was ,at a hearing in his office. cable Distributors are seen (..tmrrriliith/ a "u>er on the Brook-! : havy movement of sweet week will just about wind up tu t ,'

City Council Tuesday night 1'1.!&> in the vanous district of not aware that his attorney was I Although Morse was freed of er market platform ( when and .hri..inti are 'given full credit for .-urn beginning next week. beet) deal due to Ir> hot u cither

agreed to extend water and sewer the State High School Baseball getting the divorce on groundsof I between 50,KHJ COIM buyer Bob Turner arrived This season
tato of
the perjury charge by the six.man moving the Br oUer M-rtion's bumper( |K> crop groweis ha-
lines to a site now under con- Touriurnent is taking place this devrtion. He had. in fact here Tuesday to begin his large sold a total of 12.818 ,.
I I fury tu still has plenty of trouble I anti fiO.OOO bags. Tile) employed their distribution\ to mo e crates :
side-ation for the proposed new weikend.. i i instructed the attorney not toget f r-ale operation The pre-cooling berries at an of $6 :,. .
on hi* hands. After obtainingthe (lie (potatotout to points as tr distant as Denver. ( 'lo. \\ithout average ) f. ;
county hospital If the hospital District Three in which the It on grounds of desertion the m.u-hme.: which was moved to a gross return of JS3.626 26 1'1"is
1931 decree, granting him H (hi'. service. Brooker growers would >ties'. have hn left holding:
truitres would agree to purchase 'ocalu play is slated for Bradford [I salesman said. since his wife was I he !1', tnt: Oty for use during the corn just about half of what the It-i ,:
divorce from his wife soon\ he hat or rather lugs of potatoesTuiaroid
electric power from the city for ,, I'aik with the Tornadoes a:* host. !! still residing in their 1ointly-owned! thereafter married anothe- -,' tthere., has been brought did last year both in produ.! .p''.

the facility. The. tournament was scheduledto home in Massachusetts I 'S .1:1,1 l is ready to operate here. and revenue.
woman, a friend of St'H.'ral"al'
The site now under consideration begin Thursday afternoon at !i Tn the disouted "testimony" standing who. according: t"> est"" ,''t>7 crates of corn have airmen The Starke market also hm; He i

is four acres of the 14.:CI|3:15: with Holies and Ketterlinus which he sahe never read. hilt I "h sold here at around light volume of other
monv. had been associat-d vegetable
Powell pioperty just east of Aliijator playing. BUS and Green Cove 'I.hich rf'vPl'fh.lp"I"" signed bvj j him on some of his travel abou' ,. rate Brownlee & Chas- to bring growers a return II!

: Creek bridge on the new Spnngg were plated to meet at hi"! on the final pale Morse > loaded a carload of corn $1.54545 for the week Receipt!
the country.The
BUnJing highway. A definite S pm. i Cither, Raid or was mart to at>-I .,!l-iy at their warehouse are expected to take a big
set aside Jin l'
1951 decree was
decision on the ,ite was expected ,:, BollM, always a strong): con I n."r to sav that he didn't know 1952 s<, :: r : with th arrival of com next w<,,'k
bv the curt in August.
to be irade! at a meeting of the |, tender, advanced to the tournament -j where his wif. was.! that she had .. Bro..I'f'r Report Judd stated that Navitio n,,, .
is still legally
hbApltal trustee here Thursday by defeating St. Joseph of f.w friends and no relatives. Bid I I Mr MoS 4. v RevUle. manager of the will also arrive next week an\ i
in ot
A. Morse spite
night. i i St. Augustine 9-1 in sub-group that a d.lieent search had failed Maude I Ia. 1< market reports that theft are expected to begin theirur!
The .proposed- site, at the present play. j 1'0 fliscloap! her wherephouts. I hiq! later marriage to .". deal js just about over. deal here by Tueseday. The ('ci ni'

time, is outside the city limits Green Cove Springs defeated As >n the rule in divorce pro- woman. 'p was short by about 75 > lira Produce Co. of AtUnt.t IMlepresvntcd
... residence of Mrs Morse IS bringing suit for .t duo to too
ceedin where the much rain
but would be taken Into the city neighboring_ Hastings 6-0. while i I on the Starke nurke'
under provisions! of an act ex ,: the Tornadoes were granted a the Wendant i I- unknown no 1 separate maintenance and supportHhieh I light frosts in April. The. md is buying pepper and mix. i

tending the city UmlU now pending bye in sub-group play. nonce is or can be served on the : will be heard here Fnda weather of the past two vegetables. Joe Parker another

state legislature. will ..iso! did considerable dam- corn buyer is also I ne' '
in the Prices for the tournament expert.-

tie the sare as for the regular Bradford Towns Collect $$111202 I ; ) week.

Youth Admits high school games: 25 cents for .. f pers.! butter beans, corn Corn damage due to the Ap ,!

student and f>0 cents for adults 1 Ked and crowder peas are wet weather does not seem to b.-

House Shooting! I, Coach Hobbs has tried to keep From Cigarette Tax In Three YearsIn > :n ovmg in fair volume with as great as predicted at one tun-

his squad in condition and. Instead 1 :Minute Photos b> the TVIi-g It pn m.irui )good: but cannot continue and it i is estimated now that > ieiii

of practicing has taken the 'ir.g under' such dry. hot weather" will be about twothirdsvhnt it

John Crewe Jr., dWt"Uln-g 20. charged the i boys to the State Farm for three the last three years thf '4.000 in 1951. and n-ore than ,I Cohen and ChrUanti are alv buying other produce' at Brooker. In Beville ieportedDuring normally would have b..en1;ti!

with shooting into a with Herb Thomas's prison collected more M.OOO 19f)2 the past week the Brook- better weather condition Atone
guilty lames State of Florida In lower photo, they are seen insisting) cucumbers as they' come off the
night cf May 8th. pleaded Court here ,I team. I[ than $39.000.000) in cigarette.taxes In 1950 Brooker received more grading belt. er market ha shipped 539 hamp- time: son e growers pit'tiiettdthey
before the Last Thursday and again M on-,. and! Bradford County's! 'han $1,000, and almost $2.000' in I ers of crowder peas: 1563 hampers wouM make only oft'-thu
Wednesday i lay afternoon the Tornadoes defeated share of it was $111,202.01.Starke. 1951.:' Brooker's share in 1952 ;iof black-eyed peas: 3.351crat."* one-half a cropThomas

Two of the,three others charged '! the Thomas team by scoresf Brooker. and topped $2,000.
Lawtey. '
with aiding and abetting Crews Delano Thomas Only RitesSaturdayFor Telephone Bills I;T. B. Osteen Named I Named
butr )f and 6-5. Ha'ipton are the Bradford County showed a define
were released by the Court charged I rained credit for both victories. i cities eligible to get a shareof getting a little over $1.000 'I Will Include CopiesOf I 1 Costa Rican Consul J
r, .ru>*tr A. Brantley' of was an unU'ens.I''Wednesday afternoon -the Torna e ra ttl'"taxt"S. In the past In 1950 and '1951..Pt-i'.. 1932 Seabright I Toll TicketsThe \ I City AttorneyArch

with thi possession !&es were defeated by a 14.8 three years Starke has receivedover Hampton's tax share was only Edwaid Seabright 63 died Truby B. Osteen. Jacksonville I
4 ed pistol. ,icore. Thomas pitched two In- Lawtey more than S9* .9g. the Starke executive and A'' Thomas
.3S $90,000 suddenly Wednesday night as Telephone Co., like transportation Jr was named
Deputy Cecil Sewell said the the ;:\ings. and Rivers three, with $11.000. and Brooker over 5000. In 1949 the Florida Legislator result of a heart attack at his the City of Starke. is instituting native of Bradford County, has !i attorney for the City of Starkeat

caliber pistol wa fired Into \kridgc and Buck finishing up Hampton received just above 'I passed the bill that gave Florida's' home two mile, north of Starke. I a new systen: of billing beginningthe been the Council meeting held here

home of Jaspar Sauls. Sauls- ;he: game. \1 $3,000.Starke's. I incorporated citis: and towns a He was born August 20, 1890in ', firs of June. appointed Jacksonville consul I Tuesday night.
located on the dirt grade I ihance to have a share of the !!( for the Republic of Costa Rica.
home Finals are scheduled for tonight share of the tax has I Pennsylvania and had lived in Lon.distance 1 succeeds
Market and | call will be billed ,.The Thomas G. L. Patten
between the Farmer's ( Friday at 8 o'clock between the risen a bit each year. In 1950 "igarette taxes. The cigarette j Bradford County for the past 20 as usual on the face of the state- appointment was made by who resigned i following his appointment .
Drive-In. i tax division of | Costa Rica's minister of
the- Blue Chip two winners of Thursday games. ) In j the State Beverage I foreign I
iPtarke I than $29.000. years.
got more f ment. but instead of being itemized as Circuit Judge at th..
to Sewell. the boys and the Department is in charge of collecting affairsMr.
According for the winner ,
Trophies 1951 the figure topped $30.000. I Cassie I
timE"before Surviving are his wife i on the reserve side of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
had seen Saul only a short have been ordered and I reachedi the taxes and g'ingthem Osteen was born In the
lunner-up 1952 almost
and in Griffis brother.
in : Seabright. one ; statement, the original toll ticket. I
and knew no one was If they arrive" will be presented" out I Brooker section of Bradford County -:
i 40000. Ralph Seabright Virginia, and i j3s made by the operator will b- 70 Cited
the house. I IF 'It the close of the championshipgame. | These taxes have helped' many, and is traffic manager for Troop
has 1 sister in
residing Pennsylvania.
j I.a"lf'shan' of the a j attached for every long distance
I of the incorporated cities and (jr )'hound lines:
< al; o. Lawtey j i Funeral fI..n'ices11 be held at 'call. This will be a complete For Model CampAt
; increased every year towns of Florida to ease their tax
our-way Collision Should rain cause any game to I' ;the gr'ivesid.in PmGro.e Cemetery record of every call, giving all .
got over $3.000( in 1950. almost loads and money troubles. Training CourseStarke's
Involves School Bus, be postponed it will be played I I near the State Farm Saturday ''information in connection with it. Market Committee

I .he following day. I I Clean-up Week afternoon at 2 o'clock with A record of each toll ticket To Meet FridayA Troop 70 Bov Slul .

But No InjuriesA Lyle Buck and Sam Anderson handing Takes Rev. Jim Williams officiating. !will be kept by the company on : one of the 25 troops attending, t

four car collision occurred will handle the umpiring assign! j i Observed By Local P all bearers will be A H. Warren -[microfilm for ready reference" incase meeting the Advisory Committee training course in Gainesville Uii

ment. Post Office Force Aubrey D-'av
May 13 two miles noith of Law- Softball LeadCamp j I I Robert Clark. C. Letsch and ments. er's Market for tonight (Friday i the Model Camp.

ley on State Kiwd 200 at 3:40: p.m City To Send Bills ; It. when you called for your I Johnny Shad. ;I at 8 o'clock was announced byM The 3-day Green Bar Training

County school bus I I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home R. Judd market All
A. Bradford nail last. it was necessary to1 Contract AwardedFor manager. Course consisted of leadership
driven b Jeff Griffis of II jhland For Electric ServiceIn Blandmg! moved into top ,! is in charge of arrangements. 'members of the corrmittee are administration, and training in
L > lodge tresh
paint and buckets of Hercules JobThe
in the county !softball :
stopped t to let out children Post Card Form urged to attendCancer 'the making of chairs, table aolother
had league this week with a half-game uds, your attention l is called to !
Recent BirthMr
Ford. driven by i : camp equipment.
I when a 51 Consumers ol current fiom theCit margin over Alvarez the runner- the fart that the week ending April p'.uTbng! : contract for the Total $455A I Scoutmaster Harry Green H""

Ukuirtt WU lit of Srasota. stopped Co who haven up S IS : and Mrs. H C Crews lew Hercules Powder Company's
> Power A: Light was Clean Up Week< for post announce corr.pnnied the troop. Other at!

immediately behind it "" used to the familiar pink Standings to date: offices throughout the nation. I I the birth of a son. Richard naintenanre -hop has been awarded total of $1.V bas been collected -. finding; were Jan MuntI'lrft.I .

A panel truck driven by Fiank Mil arriving I in a window envelope Won Ix>st So inspired was the local I I Henry on May IS at the Martan to the J A. Fillyaw Plumbing. in the current Cancer Drive. I Archie Green. Freddie' Steven

Knight of- Jacksonville stopped promptly on the first of each I RUmling 6 Iharrz iffice that the clean-up post lant Hospital. Clearwater. Mrs Company of Starke. The shop is According: to George Kop;!lousos. tx>nzn Kirkland, Robert Cooper,

behind the Ford and a '50 Nash month are due foi a surprise ,I .\ 5 I have been carried acthitiesl and I Crews is the former Miss Thelma now under construction in the drive treasurer this is $H5 short Kenn th Miller. Chant, Kirkland.
June 1. Thomas of Starke southwest part of the city '
behind and ome I I I the drive 11Jot nrt Kober'" Kelly
sedan came from Sla.l. S SIllY sic still in progress.
The city has converted to thepostcard

II in ranmed I to turn crash rammed into mto 4he the the.truck Ford.school causing which bus. type machine of billing manufactured and bookkeeping !:i 1.\\tl") 2 0 7 4 office the The attractive grounds shrubbery hedge has that ben on makeup.th.r.v.areMiHpruned ; Fathers And Sons Gather For Future Farmers Annual Barbecue I II

dri.-.n- WilliamJ >>y National Cash Register Co. : Came results during the past I .
Th Nash was by .. -- -
sprayed mse.: .de
thinks that
ity Clerk Carl Johns week: '
Shadle> of Hallandale. Fla. and fertilized with beneti. -
>fa nsuits.
',"'11 consumers should be fore- Thursday. :May 14: flY 23.
There wer., 25 children riding about the : Crass has been tan, f>i fumed postcard type Lawtey IS.Friday. I -Y ,; .
nome on the bus. but no one wa Sills so they will not toss them May 15. Blanding 9. .I >1 to bare spots tin th. , seriously hurt The bus's damage i V diseased pecan tree at inc "' nontrance _
,wa)'. thinking they are sometrtlmpstrtint Alvarez 3.Tuesday.. : -
totaled $1I( ) the Fords front and advertisng I '" has been rem.1 ? .
circular or -
May Id: Slade 11.Lawtey .
to J900 and theat's i.b,. of the '
roar damage came I cooperation n _
<>. material I 5; Blandms! 20. Hi-Y 12. I j1&.i J
damage totaled $15Anothei I 1 Mr. Johns states that the ne"Oulpn..nt \ Wednesday. May 20: Blajiding Starke. which furnished it- "-K = 4

collision last: Fridaynvolvd will be a big: time savr : ing crew. I ',
11. Lawtev; Alvarez 6. Slade 3Next : .
driven by a State The front entrance l oars in his office eliminating, forM Tuesday's doubleheader 4- f
Prison guard and a l.a\vtey farmer thing. the necessity of stuf- I V, n bleached and: tr.t''e -
will b* IJi-Y vs Slade. and Alvarez -
Damage to the vehicles was ''n r and sealing! some 1.100 enve- t vs Lawtey. i itself repainted. The JIIO;'. -*muid

estimated at $750. 'opes. The first day the trachlr.e Nex: Wt'dnei'day: bdeVl I desks have been th. mjcni\ -

The two-car wreck occurred be* ...** used he was enabled td\) Blanding: HI-Y vs Alvarez t, 'leaned and: the wood sur'ii-e., '- I

\\\cen a 19.V Ford driven and 'n three hours a job that usually Admission to games is only waxed. The back or -.erv enance -. p. i *.i I IlL.64

owned bJohn D Gaskins, 50. takes all da> the clerk said 10 cents and a large attendances ''' is getting a compie:> pains p qt 3

and 1951 Henr' -j' : iob. as are the concrete :....>** a >
of Lawtey expected; as the first half of : I
coach driven and ownC'by' Funeral FridayFor the ti-timament' nears its end. \ the building.; -'Z'

Artemus W Brown. N2 of Starke I I i The heating plant and hi" iHet ,-'--_ '4 _..i _; _- -
on State Koad 16 seven miles [system are gettir.g aJi earn overhaul -dI
Eli Grill Births
Recent i il .
Polaroid Minute I'hllt" oyr >" <11t ")I'
. north of Starke: [ in preparation for the next e

Sheriff P. D. Reddish estimated M' and Mrs A. Z. Adkins Jr. heating season. -. J -- -- -- -
' Kli Jnftis. retired farmer. died
damage to the Ford at 550 and c-f linesv.lle announce the birth! This work is being done with! a I As usual the annual Father-And-Son Banquet sponsored o> ne I
it his home near Lawtey Wednesiay -
$700 to Brown's car. hich was of a daughter.: Dorothy Ann. on -niniTum of extra cost to the Bradford Chapter Future Farmers of America, w"s a musingsui
nl ht. May 13 following along
.:.... almost con-pletely demolished. illness. He was born at :lli11 in Alachua General Hos Government and much credit i> 'cess. Held at Container Corporation s barbecue pit. between Gr ham I

Neither driver was injured.P. pital. ,,due the employees of the custodial than 150 FFA members tneir II
: ''O'.ustee on April 5.1S6.5, the son and Brooker. the event attracted more t
i Or maintenance force of the local I
if the late Johu and Mary Deas Dr and Mrs. C. K. Hayes of fathers, and guest $
iooat; office for their extra effort (
S O. To Be Open ,,Griff is., Little Rock. Ariz., formerly of I In helping make this clean-up In photo above, the "chefs" are seen giving a final inspection : : ;

Half Day May 30 Surviving, are a son. J M. Grif Starke. announce the birth of a program a success. a golden brown layout of barbecued chicken the menu highlight

fis. Lavrtey; one brother Smiley son. Candler Kilo Hayes. III. on Left to right: Tyler Jones Shirley Teston, Rocky Garner, Ernest Russ i
a' Acting Postmaster S R Johns Gnffis.: Jacksonville: two sisters May 12Beauty 1I0 rIT.I.DI1SSIOSo: nd Alvin Davis. it

k:1,,, announce! yesterday that alThough Mrs. Mitchell lYevatt and Mrs.Nettie At upper right: Honorary FFA Memberships are awarded to W B t

- Saturday. May SO. isXfeT Starling. Lawtey. and 23 Entry The f lloling'patients were Sewell. president of the Florida Bank at Starke. and Frank Norman: J;

,.. *\nal r)a\.'. a national hoUdthe ,,- grandchildren I .admitted to Doctors Clinic Hospi- A-ho made the response to the address of welcome at the banquet
Starke post office will remain Funeral services were held at Misi Sandra Johns, daughter of "1 during the past week: Mrs.Leon .
First row (tI I to r) Ronnie McClellan chapter treasurer; Mr Sewell: Mr
: ; pen from S a.m. to 12 noon for Kingsley Lake Church list Friday Mr and Mrs. Carl Johns has been Norman :Mrs. Anna Bell
Norman, Glen Noncan. chapter president; and Frankie Wasclin reporter
he convenience of patrons. afternoon at 4 o'clock with Rev. selected by the post to represent Manrong. Starke: Mrs. Mary
Second row: Alvin Davis vice president; Z'ck Crawford.
M"il will be dispatched as usual, S. E Sparks officiating. Burial them in the Watermelon" Festival Matas, Cicero, Ill Mrs. Sylvia I

out there will b* no rural deliveryin was in the church cemetery under being held in Newberry the :riddle -,Jones Chicago. rJ.; Mrs Lillian sentinel: V R Ferguson. advisor: ani Rocky Garner, secretary.At .

that day it was ..tat.ed the direction: ot DeWitt C Jones of June Jones Raiford left a p-irtion of the largE crowd enjoying the event.

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\rYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY" 1 ReddishIs the or-ler!> nv inl bunk ar.J i I!I excused ,
BRADFORD> E. L MATTHEWS Dolph big frvm all detail" f 'r in ga.et: f: :';" .L' "
I baggage. and set up housekeeping 1 entire month. including K P C-at':hIT
GRAHAM Model AirmanAt T > b? eligible! for this honor, thevJmen
i COUNTY ED ITOR duand haw an extra S1:'. add..1to
I Shepherd Base must keep his area a1potlcss SAY fountain pen-> \\'
their paih vk
TELEGRAPH PUBL.ISHEROLDrST by 3U*. Bonnie MchinueyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjjjj 5! while tit is living KsTKKIlKOOK. point fur even
a* r. :!h.- barracks must possess dome .iea .>f the neatness of purl v. $U-: complete al BK \lmi&n >

g .j 1 military bearing and must AIm .tn R ,h1h: s bu ink :nay be rorxrv: nl.ra: .\ 'uThat's
Sgt Otis McK-juiey of Columbus -' Ot neatly dressed at all tune J I

I'ubli.hed. eier> Friday and entered ai second rlai matter at the Lost Office at Starke, Florida under Ga.. visited his parent Sun. _.,_ ,od_ ;'.:Itlon for the hopor! sn >
Uw Starch 3, 1879. day. ,0 '"'" Our Business
Art of
ii'iong: :*.e '' en >; '.he
Leon tt'yna returned home Saturday I : \ I
tee .w. :' "' .' .,. ', If Irs (;I ias* We Hate It'!
with' relatives Tampa.. | _.,,-1" ;:',,' 'It, It'! : ', : 11 .r'. i CALLSKITK or \ ISIT

\ Senate Gives Blessing To Turnpike dren Mr.of and Pal-retto Mrs.: Gillard spent the and weekend chu- t Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR .

with Mr. and Mrs Leon ';::>
The Florida Senate pulled two major sur- "rundown' filling stations and motor courts \\) t --. Ij Let Us Thoroughly ANY (.LF.En ,

rrises out of the hat during the past week. were the core of the turnpike opposition.Now Ralph Davis of Avon Park and Wash Your Clothes \\e Design Modern: Store Fronts !

Surprise No. 1-It approved, with amazing we don't know just what the Gold Albert Darts of Wildwood spent j a Just :Mail I's A Pattern for

alacrity, a bill setting up a Florida turn- Coast Senator contemptiously classifies as the weekend with their parents 9 Poundj Table Tops

pike authority for the construction of a toll "rundown" but his stupid remark is typicalof i Mr. and, Mrs. Jeff Davi 318 N. \\. 13th St. Ciainesulle. Fla. Phone tabs

road from Jacksonville to Miami. the line of reasoning that seems to have i Mr. and Mrs Willard Smith For 40c!
and son were guests of his broth
Surprise No. 2-It turned down in com- been followed by a majority of the Senate. er-in-law and sister Mr andMrs. FREE Bleach If Desired! /' SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SALE
for taxI Instead of indulging in such tactics, the -- ., :
mittee, Governor McCarty's request a Clarence Frazer ove< the temple Ave Start:
Florida's flourishing dog tracks. turnpike opponents might better have employed -
increase on weekend. ; ;
Perhaps the most surprhring feature of the their time giving some considerationto TIE': :>. jlI 1rl:1--

the policy statements of the American Automobile ....
turnpike endorsement was! eagerness Hope And '
Association relating to toll roads. ,,- : \:.I.1 We Will
with which West Florida senators, "
Says the AAA In 'Off Limits'At ; ; ;
constituent are generally regarded as Dry Your Clothes WITH
state's most conservative rushed aboard the. "The Association favors public highways, Florida Sunday .;.
west but if a toll road appears warranted, it is .. For 20c '. I
road band Only one senator I
toll wagon. r. .
recommended that the following safeguardsbe Bob Hope. Mickey la New Automatl I 861AIff ,
of Madison voted against the proposal. I Rooney and : Driers ITheYasheteria I ,. J WHILE I
insisted upon: Marilyn Maxwell are teamed to- L.l.
The turnpike bill, as originally introduced "Xo toll project shall be authorized unless gether in "Off Limits", a merryymelange :J;' SUPPLY
the construction of trial Airman 3rd Class Dolph E 0
authorized a span of comedy and ::
it be demonstrated that the toll facilityis song ;
Miami to Stuart. When the bill Reddisti SOD of Sheriff and Mrs .. t LASTS !
only from essential from the viewpoint of public convenience showing at the Florida Theatrethis .. _ _
came before the Senate, however, it was Sunday and Monday. P D Reddish of Starke. ir pi+ IIGUlAI 'I i l'I VAIV
and necessity, and that there is no tured above in his role as one oi
amended to permit extension of the toll road "Off Limits" pays tribute to a KOCH DRUG STORE
possible way it may be constructed out of the two "model airmen" at Shepherd -
all the way to Jacksonville. branch of the arnr.ed forces that i Starke Fla.
current or contemplated tax program, or by Air Force Base, Texas for -
has so far been overlooked by --
"Thus, commented the Tampa Morning some method of borrowing."The the month of April.

Tribune "the Senate swallows the 'whole plans. location, alignment and stand- Police.motion Hope pictures is seen--the as an MP Military who Reddish recently entered the
hog, with all its enormous cost, stupendous and! of construction should meet the approvalof is more interested in managing Airplane and Engine Mechanu

commitments, extenuated interest charges, the state highway department."The Prize-fighters than controlling unruly -> School' at Shepherd, the home of

creation of a separate road authority, and credit of the State, or of any political l soldiers. Rooney enters the the largest technical school .ii

interminable delays in obtaining rightsofway sub-division thereof, should not be pledgedas picture as a draftee eager to this type in the world. CIALWAIi:1flh

and completing construction." security for any outstanding or future have Hope make him into a fight- Each month two men are

Continues the Tribune editorial obligations for er. Hope can't .
: rights-of-way, construction:: or see Rooney as a picked from the squadron to bt- -
'The Senate-adopted bill, as it goes to the Gyrations. No toll road should under any boxer until he learns that Miss
the model airmen for the foieumuZ
louse, provides for the establishment of an circumstances receive any public tax funds' : TRADEISLiEl
Maxwell is his aunt and from (' : m+nth Themove ii _
entirely new body, a five-man turnpike authority for any purpose.
which would have the power to issue "When the outstanding obligations are retired -I' then on the complications begin
Besides making love to Fob
revenue bonds to the amount of approximately 1. the toll road should become a non-toll j \
Hope. has the
I $25: million estimated cost to be paid off public highway." I Marylin opportunity i iATLA
to swap jokes and sing; ">im refreshing
only by tolls collectedU *fl the highway is We would like to join the Tampa Tribunein new tunes espe, rue i I' I

completed and in use. This authority wouldbe urging the House "to study more carefullyand ten for the fun-packei! !..,n'

entirely independent of the constituted :sensibly; than the Senate evidently has i

State load I Department> ( and would take from done, every detail of the turnpike question.." : The Men' than*
Lusty other
the road board all the In the ,- jff--on croy "'. .i
power and respon- forthcoming debate on this matter == i -;- ((;

sibility for building and operating the turn- there i is certainly no place for emotional appeals t I With Bob Mitchum

pike. or for arrogant statements such as the Coming To Park _
"Through the long period of obtaining one attributed to the senator from Fort I D GRIP-SAFE AND CUSHIONAIRE

rights-of-way and constructing the turnpike, Lauderdale. % Rodeos roundups and wild west Q t FIRST LIKE TIRES

estimated at from five to seven years, interest In regard to surprise No. 2, the St-nate attractions are vividly dramatized amp _ _

would have to be paid on the revenue Committee on Miscellaneous Legislation reconsidered in "The Lusty Men", co-starring It .

bonds, because they would have to be all sold and reversed( itself Tuesday, giving Robert Milchum and Susan Hay- -

before any actual work could be done. Although unanimous approval to a dog track tax ward and Monday.e at the .Paik Theatre Sunda\ Up TO ,

ostensibly relieved of such obligation bill only slightly less stringent than the on It is largely the story of three

the state would be morally responsible requested by the Governor. The proposal l' j i j people, involved in a highly emo- Y +

for the bond issue, which would be to all intents now goes to the Senate's Committee on Fi i' tional( situation. Mitchum por-

and purposes= no matter how technically nance and Taxation for further study. On{I trays a has-been rodeo star who
disguised, a state debt, j prohibited by the basis of studies made, it is apparent that I grooms a younger man into a

the constitution." the dog tracks can well afford to pay this ad I headline career on the rodeo cir MODEL 79L .

In the heated debate on the matter in the ditional $2,000,000 in taxes. We hope that cuits. Miss Hayward plays then Enjoy modem cooking at its best ,. ;

upper house :Senator George Leaird of Fort the Senate will follow suit of the House i I wife of the hardworking young the new feature-packed 1953 ,, ALLOWA.ilCF -

Lauderdale shouted that j people with a few (riving'approval to this measure. I cowpoke who sees him flirt with Magic Chef gas range. FOR 'fOUR
-- disaster on the glory trail. of the OlD 4 4A
AMERICAN LEGION port of the Legion Sponsored that an interesting' program had rodeos. ee u TIRES

NEWS | "Dack-to-God" movement which been arranged. All Bradford Coun I So.Te of the top real-life performer : 5
i's supported by 17,500 Legion ty Veterans and Legionnaires are -, are seen in the rodeo

Posts throughout the United cordially! invited to attend. |shots which were filmed in action ;
Thlrt.rimembers of Jones- athtetr
States. The local Post to .
expects !IAS
Langford-white Post M, The
.. ,
i! attend in a body one of the local A 10- ,,_,
American Legion, attended Church Total PriceTradein 308.05 .
Churches each
;i henceforth
Services In a unit at last the Methodist Sunday morning Church i\jas I one of its regular year Post actinI From where I sit... &/ Joe Marsh I 30.05

of the !ties.I .-- ..... +
as Armed
a part Forces I -- ?9
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Day Activities and also in sup- r II $278.00
Post Commander. H. Graham I

MONUMENTSLOWEST man and A. J.Dept Thomas Membership Jr. left yesterday Chair-- PTA Gets Stung by "Beof. I COMPLETELY INSTALLED o 6.00x16 6.70x15 .C ,

morning for Orlando and the 5NO'' PLUS TAX AND PLUS TAX AND
Legion's State Convention which One Cylinder Gas FREE IoM' OLD TIRE OLD TIRE/
PRICESI I opened The (local PTA is feeling! sheepish whole PTA is thinking of sign- i
today FuJayi.( CommanderElect -
FINEST QUALITY I Partin today. Seems they complained ing up for night school! II 30 Months at 11.10
Charles Jr John
youngsters learning
No Extra ChargeFor Grew.V.. T. Coram Jr., Guy From where I sit, it always AT
1 enough. Said they couldn't eten -v
Andrews. T. M. Finley and Ben pals to look and think before you
Setting In Or Near spell.So the kids challenged them
Suslow left today for Orlando leap to conclusions. Take thosefolks il Central FloridaGas
to a spelling bee. I
STARKEWrite where they will serve' as Delegates who would deny me a tem
"1 was captain of the PT A'ers," perate glass of beer without
and Alternates from the- local a
Post "Doc" Brown told me. "Both moment's thought. They wouldn't & Appliance Co.
L. B. 'Red' Alvarez Service Station
uutl teams made the first round just want me to interfere with their Phone 301 Starke Fla. I
l Commander-Elect Charles S fine. But on the second round personal preferences for,say,but-

Partin Jr has announced the appointment Speedy Taylor went down on termilk. It's a good idea to think I I I -'V- PHONE 9105: Next To'ourttJu tarke, Fla.

of L. H. Gibson as new 'efficiency.' Then his boy Chip, twice before you ",pen out" rules 9
For Free FoIJerATLVNTIC Adjutant of Post 56. who happened to be next on the for your neighbor.
school team, rattled it II
right off. .
ESTABLISHED 1930 Commander Graham announced ; From then on it was murder!" Q 1IfA.4/J Truck owners: before buy new truck
that Post 56 would hold it's regu- j So now "Doc" says that the I you any
meeting Tuesday night at S

/ nOltOA o'clock in the Legion Home and i (OPriht,195J.lII.'tJ States Brttiert Foundation what withHERE'S .

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I FRIDAY. 'l2, 1933 .- ---, -________u_____ ___

nnyYTTTTTTTTnVTVYTnT TTTTTTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTTTT 'ani of ted his brother. J. W. Sasser and Mrs. T. J Alderman' shopped in
r I Wainwnght family, all of Jacksonville his parents, Mr. and Mrs T L : : daughter; Lindsay

Mrs. Franke Rowe Mrs Wainwnght.Members. -\.u<.n. MITJI a-e: visiting her wife Sunday I Jacksonville Mondax nigh
LAWTEY i I JLT-rny Burnsed. and Mrs Jack i of the H, C Keller) BAYLESS fflffAY\ HAMPTON ''o-ner Mrs Wallace Collins and Mrs Oia PerkIns Mr*. Mona Mrs John BUrKmaa1! 'x-
I !tubanJMr
i !
Love, all of Glen St. :Mary Mrs J!.family spent Sunday with rela- : I II and Mrs C. L. Boatnghtand ron,>\ a. Mrs G Alderman and what better' .
Rowe and Mrs. T. L. Wamwnght Uve9in New River by Mrs. O. F Crosby ,
bj L. II. Bitch | by Mrs. Urn. U. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I children of South Bay. Fla.were ,. .... .. ,.. .....
I II are sisters Mrs Dan Wainwrightand i llr and :Mrs. Frank Jones and ...... .. ...... .... .... .... .... ........ r,! Saturday and Sunday grgstsof &L:".>,-' ..-.,. .... .' .-'...- ...." ..-,. ,,.... '"".'"i.. '*' .,\, '-''.... "'I
and .
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGraduation children and Betty children. Maxine and Tommie. of the W N. Jacksons -:; 7C. ,.--- '" .' :, !.,.t :.t' ...i.to .., .
Wainwright remained for Cbunh New I .1.-- _
exercises of the Law Frankie (.I I Gainesville were visiting friendsin On Thursday of last week, members Bruce iRoyt I Roark and Rus- ,t -if.,4". *'
filled his .
Gwm regular ,
visit Rev. Bob
I tey Junior High School will b-pin a longer I Lawtey Sunday aft rnoon. !j of the Hampton Home D?nij sell Dwere business callers in; C"& : 1.r. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Warner and appointment at Bayless .. *
Sunday morning May 21 with a of I MeTbers of the Lawtey school and evening j,j castration Club deeded instead of Lake City Saturday. { ;;!.' ,. y' .
children were Sunday guests Sunday morning '
Caccalaureate Sermon In the .accompanied ? some way having their monthly to "
T.1! faculty, 'C' both sen.-I I meeting Mrs Gordon Wadsworth was
r school auditorium at the usual Mr. Warner's aunt, Mrs. W I,family members, enjoyed a chicken A large crowd attended visit the Stephen Foster Memorial called to Plant City one day last E \
Walters Mr. and Mrs. W. T.I forward for Bap 1,7 :
hour for church service, eleveno dinner at the Officer's Club at ices. One came be at White!: Springs and to have week because of tte illness of a v fJljIfJll! lJ s
Jr. of St Petersburg service con-
clock This will be a community: Walter hisi i Camp Elanding Tuesday eveningof tism. Tae 'I a picnic d: inerVe ate lunch on brotherinlaw.Mr. tit .
Everyone -
of night
were also weekend guests ducted next Sunday j
service Rev. Wilkinson the picnic grounds, then visited
Edgar last week and Mrs M L. Watt rson !
who I, pastor of the First Baptist parents. Bunt Crews of Largo visited is invited to attend. the museum which was greatly en- attended homecoming at Oak II .I r

church, will be the speaker and Mrs W. C. Wooten and daughter. his .parents. Mr and Mrs C R. Vacation Bible School Clinic joyed by all, for none of us except Grove Baptist Church Sunday. # ;b. : b D A 'I.: lJ to

r everyone is invited to attend, Kathryn. of Kingsley Lake Crews last weekend met with Eayless Hiway Church Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration Donald McMahone of the Merchant -\ :

Commencement exercises will be were In Lawtey last Saturday. last Saturday for the
held the following Friday evening, DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesvillewas yrTTnn.n.Tn..nnY.TI problems and plans for the Vaca fore. Our next stop was the springhouse 1 spend vacation with his wife I i>

May 29, at which time Dr. Rem- attending to business .in I tion Bible school. Workers from at White Springs, then a'Harvene and son Donnie. j t wWi,
bert Patrick who u head of the Lawtey on Monday afternoon.Mrs. I several churches attended the cli- trip around the lake at Lake City I
iHEILBRONNI: Mrs. Donald Keys and daughter -
history department of the University J. S. Shuford. Sr. returned i lunch was served at the and the Veterans Hospital. We ;
I 'mc. Donna Jean visited her mother I j i RO COLD !
of Florida, will deliver the home last Saturday after a stayof II noon hour, each person brought were sorry that more memberswere Mrs Leo Singleton at Fort I
addrees. several days with Mr. and I by Marian NormanlluuuuuuuuuuVu the church servedtea. not able to go. Those attending II '
Mr and Mrs James Wainwright Mrs. Joe Shuford in St. Augus- I i sandwiches. were Mrs H. Warner Mrs. Mc 1! Myers!>Ir. last and week.Mrs. Leroy Norman|!i (fand: Automatic Defrost !/
Lean. Mrs U. D. Dyal. Mrs. Elmer
ii .
Melbourne have returned
of i .
iI Personal Items" -
tine.The of i Mr and Mrs. James Gaskins i, Lewis and daughter Wanda Mrs 'and daughter Linda were Thurs-I '
their borne after a stay of severaldays Howard Miner family Sure was glad to see Florence f.fi
of Mr. :\ '
day night guests
I Eva Nazworth, Mrs. Wm. W Ham- {
dinner '.> I
with friends and relativesin Jacksonville were guestsof Sunday .
visiting Castles at church: again .
mond and i Markelee Norman. I 'f'
Miss Ross.
the Lawtey area. his mother, Mrs. Effie Mineron i I II I I night Florence was real sick last Mrs G. W. Alderman of Starke I ====== 4g v1

Guests of the T L. Wainwrights Sunday. Rev. IL C. Martin of Starke |weekend and could not attend Mrs. Rachel Roberts of Waldo: and Mrs. Otto of Bay Pines spentMonday i
during the weekend included the Jack Wainwright of Ft. Jackson filled the pulpit here Sunday night { called on Mrs. T. J. Alderman ,."1tr:
services. with Mrs. T. J. AlderIman.
Doc Wainwright family, the Dan S. C spent the weekend with with a large crowd attending. !' Missed C. C. and Swinton Cros- Friday.Mr. '

This community was saddened and Mrs J. G. Adkins were ,:
by at church Sunday. Swinton | Mrs. T. J. Alderman and boy
now tee the by the death of our beloved pas-rill over the weekend but is feeling .in Gainesville Tuesday morning.; I II'visited Mrs. Alderman's sister. AMAZING
tor. Rev. Wilson, on May 12. I I Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pullman and :
Branford ;
some better now. I Mrs. Weathersby, at !
DUCHESS The Heilbronn PTA held its regular j of Miss Joanne Sweeney were recent LOW PRICE
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spencer Sunday. Ii i '
meeting Thursday night. I supper guests of Mrs. Sweeney. !i :. I
; and Mrs. May -
NEW All.FLEXALUM The graduation of the eighth Atlanta. Ga. and Mr. Ga. Mrs. Jessie Chastatn and granddaughter I I
Loran Conner of Sylvania, ; Sue spent Saturday at i'
BLINDS- _ grade will be held Tuesday night, 'visited Mrs. Spencers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs C. E. Ousley of St. Augustine Beach. :, i : EASYTERMS

I May 23, at 8 p. m. Everyone is i,Conners father R. M. Crosby this Perrine and sons Butch and Don I Mrs. Grace Beale of Washing-j
invited to attend.YYYYYYYYYTYTT. of U. S. I i
Navy were Saturdayguests
I weekend. I ton. D. C. is spending a vacation ,
a new kind ......TT1 I\ Quite a few of the Bayless Hi- of the- C. L. Mays. with her parents, Mr. and I Ii : \

(way folks attended the Sing at Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and I Mrs. J. E. Adkins and daughter iIil
of blind CLASS 1 I; i \ I
':Oak Grove church Sunday after- son Ronnie and Vernon Forsythwere ;Joyce Beale. ;

PUBLICLIABILITY I I noon. I in Baldwin Saturday. Billy Byrd Lake Butler'\Chief ,j
wipes clean I Mrs. Raymond Crosby has been I Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of I I II of Police, was in town Tuesdayto I flfl.iNIK tI... py./

I :, spending the weekend at Plant:' Jacksonville visited their father, get Mrs. Troy Norman whose F.t.1.11..11""UHnll

witha ,City with hubby Raymond who I Walter Griffin, Sunday evening. mother Mrs. Tomlmson. had a frost

I iis working with Bob Turner in Mr Griffin accompanied< them stroke and is in a very serious -- t build-up. Automatically -

stroke! INSURANCE i the produce business. home for an extended visit. condition. Mr. Byrd is a brother- J defrottitimi

Glad to see Clinton Norman William Herrin of Baltimore?:in-law of Mrs Norman's.j '_ eery h Seeds
"II" it
I it but only
: $29-50 I home this weekend. He is stationedin Md. has returned after spending a j \'. Saxon of Pompano has I needs ill!

Tampa. Clinton is really a few days with his sister Mrs. I returned after a brief visit with !
Mttkwnim. Till.. M04..04 tar 1
new 'aids' ....'! akp new.04 .10.. ..tchl.. k. Representative for busy man working on the railroad 'Louise Manier. While here : his father B. Y. Saxon. I lC 61K
l*.n ku 4....... I. 1.A4 .1.1t slate, watermeloncrop. Herrin 'lr'l Oak VISl' It I"/tilth.
of I
new Vm.l ,tattle c.,4 and growing a purchased a Hearing J. D. Sasser
I It
.At.u.kt Cef4 f"'lt
...". .tt't _.... .. Ih.1 mtit IX ACT Old Line Company) lelrj
/r..k.IN !. M* tra t.. .t .. inch. ( William Crosby is gatheringpeas. all her life. Now she can hear 01rlGa '/1 It
new it.t.. Flual.M. .. .....ia.. HOSPITAL AND LIFE Oscar is almost ready to even the faintest sound. Best of It rill tsy!"ltr'l'
r.a-/.ck SP'el
...,,......, W..;t tkl l, II ...l "nII'tint new W..q. Vinyltutlc ikrmk, ittttcfc taps.*r : INSURANCE CO. gather sweet corn. all she can rear her son Charles' I Jt 22XII y'lly 1111 t"f tr/f1
w C1.c..t n t.l.ra t.dL Chtic..t 11 (riart.look Hear that Kathryn Kelly was voice She is learning to talk' It" + 'h il/.pity!

for th. Ouches really ? happy gal Saturday night quite rapidly.T. JUST ONE I, REFRIGERATORmts L +/e : 11 "r I
seal l ir. Your CUMnl ,1"t/,1i;: Olrl
*. ol Qutlify end CD ,,when her boy friend presented her J. Alderman is building a FRIGIDAIREMade f u+/

Drtulcl'Of\. CONNER BROS with a purple throated orchid for tobacco barn on his farm. I ..r.. =- .

the senior prom. Hear she and Mrs. Wiley WilliaTson and. only by General I 9 > wK--" :.' ,
Phone 285 116 Court St. Charles Newman and all the other daughters Lillian and Gloria spent Motors Corp. All other

kids had a wonderful time Electric Refrigerators are i
Saturday with her
mother MrsJ. mm!
GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREPhone Gen. InsuranceStarke Had a nice visit with Howard D. McCuIloch and son Luke made by other companiesand
Brown Mondav. He said he is cannot use the word
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill and .awrGa
FloridaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA feeling fine The Doctor gave him Frigidaire. :I -
207-W Starke, Fla. I children spent the weekend in II I K
another check and said he would
: Jacksonville.

Mr and Mrs J. J. Brannen {Want A GelluilleFRIGIDAIRE

Wow! Another thousand miles Fine with me-but be sure we stop Mr and Mrs. Emory Brown. Mrs ? ?
i Ida Parish and Mrs. T. F. Brown J. MCGRIFF
and time for another oil change at one of those neat Gulf stations attended the funeral of Rev Wilson THEN SEE j i i

; at Mrs HeUbronn Wilson Springs is the niece Thursday of- E. H. SMITHTenth I I i 1 PHONE 229 GENERAL 1

Mrs Brannen and Mrs Brown. I

I The \V. Call SI. Starke, Fla.
Missionary Meeting of the '
I and Temple ;."'{fJ; {J.
Church held
I Baptist was Friday
I Starke, Fla.
I Tight at the home of Eddie AllenI I

I stork shower was given for -

( Mrs Edith Jones.

II Mrs Louise Jones and Mr

r dren of Trenton spent Sunda iefresJ1 with Coke.o.
: : !
I s -i. .: and Mrs Perry Jones and chil- a
aftern.on at the Raleigh Bran.
: nen home

i Mr and Mrs Dennis Brannenof

Lakeland spent the weekend i, drive
I with Mr and Mrs J. J. Brannen'!' sfdqCI

i ir and brother Raleigh. I!
,' 1 .fi
aa M's! Louise Manier spent !test

,J week m Jacksonville I'
t e Mr and Mrs H. B. Wiggins '
r and }.Irs't>rna Young spent I 4 When the steering wheel

Friday Jacksonville I'1 -= .
\ in Mrs. Eva -
Bunge, sister of Mrs. Wiggins, accompanied -I i : begins to fight back

them home. :
&' J. H Parker returned home lIr y turn in where you bee

Friday morning from Flint. Mich the big red.l cooler.
where he had visited four of his ;
& i i'
children His Mrs
daughter Dim- Pause relax. .
pies Brown who was seriously

injured in an auto accident a and be yourself again.

few months ago, is able to be

about on crutches.Mr. II -

and Itrs Russell Pisano of

Gainesville were Sunday guests \ 4

JIM' .j NOY of Mr and Mrs J. E. McIntosh

Mr and Mrs. Edward Saxon

and baby of Eau Gallie spent

Sunday with his mother Mrs. McIntosh -

and other relatives y 1 r

Mr and Mrs. John McKinneyand 1.bl 1.

For, Florida visitors who have suddenly night.the W.children N. Jacksons of Graham Saturday visited h

rolled up "a month of driving" Mr. and Mrs. Howell C. Ses-

bt: able to go to work soon. Sorryto

hear his mother Mrs. Lem

-Th Brown is not feeling well.

Well folks let's everyone go tt
4 Play safe! On trips, as well as at home, stop in church Sunday. If you don't havea

4 every 1,000 miles for this aJJ-way engine protection. special place to go we wel I

come you to core: to Bavless Hi- .= ... I
;3 If >ou're an average driver, )'ou\ dm'en more k. i
;' miles in just a few Jays-on the way to your thought for the week is f14L- 1 i
Florida \'acation-than you drive in a month \ vacation time is soon coming f 1 1E i
When you drive drive safeh TheMe I
at home. i. & .
you Sd\t ?uui be '.our n,'Y1t I

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been using GuUpride H.D. right along. Well, it's waiting for you herein = 1 .,, 1 ft I ,I
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Florida at all Good Gulf stations. everywhere: in the State. HEAR BETTEROR if f

tq; You know for almost every car-old or nev -Gulfpride H.D. is the PAY NOTHING! &/( i,I
ideal motor oil It prevents sludge deposits prevents plugging and \,y / ,
11 UJ lUlU uu nuuJU! ;
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.J. I !Miss Evelyn Warren Weds Leslie BradleyIn Hawaiian Theme Recent Bride, Garden Club Officers )b'\ -("".-" MrF--- -t ;

Church Ceremony At Raiford, May 9th [ Lsed Effectively Tp I r be, Installed 'Mi- K B KfA:S+ '!" ",
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For Outgoing Officers Inducted Monday i flank.;. :.-. .. _. .
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The Methodist. S. c. S gavea beautiful and impre- ,'e r. \oS and Kir.k. ': : STARKE 3

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lovely reception Monday afternoon rainbow installation service was : .h native pre.- : Tn b

in the Educational buildingat ''conducted ty D.stnct1 Din- 'or !speaker: s table held a" ar.- 4

, their regular monthly meeting, Mrs. Dorothy Patterson of S> lesigr.ed golden boat wr h reid r RADIO TV SERVICE

i I honoring the new me-.T bers and Augustine, Monday evening for M4: \ : mJtuolored gladioli blots<'n:- .v 4 I

outgoing officers. : the 1953-M officers of the Burke'Business t I each ,nd of the table were bake:,. Reasonable

The hall was decorated for the and Professional \\ jo. I of gardenias. Individual tarne.-- Guaranteed Service \

i' men'. Club. Officers for th placed around the auditorun: I
with seasonal flowers, On
occasion All
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are De&ta V ai centered with ba>k--ts i' or E
coming year
and were *
with gladioli predominate (
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Miller, IM 1 seasonal flowers. At the mduid ..
ing. Gardenia Corsage were Preside J t; Margaret : I i i W M Rr.M v: I.A-\ t., J S

given: to each of the honored Vice President; Loyree Hartmann2nd : I U'-i.J! place settings were Haw alianIt"ls cal r the Ore: : A.n.:1. 1-: .. : "t.. -- Ir YOl i l H KMHO OK T\ SI"T 1 I" <

guests. Delicious refreshmentswere Vic President; Pearle Colson ; : in pastel shades as favors J NOT <(<,IMMoi I ;
.. F Gutha.l' .- '".. < MI I '"1 :
served the Recording Secretary: Helen liar :. J : The mantel in the lounge was I Iioxerlaid I George
during party and Mrs George" G truth! ,' I s \ nsrtTioCall \
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hour .I Uy, Corresponding Secretary dno with magnolia leaves I
,' Baltimore, '
Mildred Doyle, Treasurer. -.: J ;mtersperced with rose buds and I !
The general meeting of the I I The wedding was solf.-nmz.' i ii ii ,
Hostes-es on this occasion weMrs. c.'ntt'redith tall arrangements wM. 198-W At Once
W. S. C. S. was held in the Pauline Torode and Mrs .\ I, of pussy willows. i 1 Sunda}', Ma> 17. in Charles': .
cburch sanctuary preceding there S. C. where .
f i the couple will < i __ _
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and covered
Helen Harley a Seated at the speakers table | u
<'eJtitJn. Mm Titus Olson, the I [ turn to reside after the wed'itt! : t 21s II. (Call Street Next Hum To \a-. ... :
Mrs h\
Ripper was enjoyed at were Mrs C. Nasworthy.. presi- ] I oIr(
outgoing president, presided overthe trip.Rita. .
.Torod Kingsley Beach home before t-t.J' dent I .
Those tak- ; \ ;: of the Woman's Club: the _'
ing part business on the meeting.program were Mrs. I tha installation. A gift was I .. ... executive board menbersIrs.. !i I <. 'H :iiiiI.: .::_ii-_ _:,,:_=::-:: ":- ,":;

i presented to Mrs. Patterson in Leg Robertson
Green, District
past ;
Lloyd Farber Mrs. T. 0 Mitchell Miss Evelyn Warren of Starke bouquet of pastel
Mrs. Olln White Jr., Mrs. M. W.Cressl' appreciation of her interest and gladioli mixed Mrs T. C. Hazen, Jr., president; Weds D. R. 1
daughter ui M> ana Mrs J E with feverfew, and TilleyIn
j help. The gavel was presented to a of the Junior Woman's Club and I'
and Mrs. James Hobbs. ; ;,
:en 01 Lawtebel'anlt' the
the new president by June Brown- matching head piece. past presidents Mrs. :-asw rthY. ; Archer Ceremony
at Home !
bnde ui Leslie Shop
The pledge service was conducted Bradley son of Bradley Geiger. nephew to the '
lee, a former Club President, since in short talk, thanked her board
Mrs. Lloyd Farber. I Mr and Mrs. J. M. of a I
by I Mildred Sapp outgoing leader, Bradley groom, served as best nan and members and their committeesfor I fv i
treasurer of the society, and the (I Raiford, in a candlelight serviceat Reese C. Bradley and T. M. I ,
I II I was unable to be present.A their work in the past year : ,
meeting was doSfd1th altar I meeting will be held within SpO: p.m. Saturday. May 9. Bradley Jr. brothers to the groom, She also to the

services. the next few days by the. Executive The wedding took place in the served as ushers. gave recognition
at the luncheon, a
guests present SHOP AT
Raiford, Baptist Church with the | The bride's parents Koch
Board to make Committee gave a reception of members of the

Brookins-Hodges Chairman appointments. Treasurer Rev. Lonnie Roberts of Jacksonville after the ceremony, at the Junior consisting Wonr.an's Club and members Where You .

Mildred Doyle called for officiating. The ceremony Bradley residence at the State
r Wedding Date Set of the State Farm Community
\ was performed before a banked Farm.
dues for the new year. .
Club. Mrs. Hazen reported on GET
Miss Yvonne Brookins, daughter Guests present were Mrs Helen palm altar with a profusion of ,' The bride's table was overlaid the State'oman's Club convention rsli JACKSONVILLE PRICES
who is pastel colored glads Easter lilies with a lace cloth and held
Heights an
Egan o Keystone arrangement -
of Rev and Orville
f held in Miami last week. '
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I the N. Y. and fern. !' of pink carnations Why More? *
Brookins, and Evan W. Hodfcec a member of Syracuse and During the luncheon a musical Pay

Jr., BOI of Mr. and Mrs. Evan \V.Hodge8 ;Club Mrs. Olive Dwyer of Key- Mrs. Betty Sapp pianist, played ; the three-tiered wedding cake was presented by Mrs.H. .
stone Heights a member of the a program of nuptial music and topped with a wedding bell. program
of Brooker whose engagement
was recently announced I I Hartford Conn. Club and Mrs. i'Tony Gonzales of Starke sang"Because" '' Mrs. Reetf; C. Bradjey cut the who. B.acted Peyton as coxmentatoi, social chairman Little "We Meet All Advertised Prices in Starke"

Quigley of Green Cove and "I Love You'! cake and Airs. J. M. Bradley Jr.
will be married at the home of I Nancy Dea Wall, in Hawaiin\ yt
brld to-be June Springs who will be a member of Truly. presided at the punch bowl.
on Sunday.
danand her brother. Bill Wall, COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH
7, at 3:30: o'clock in the afternoon. the local club this year Gi'ein marriage byher The home was lavishly decorated dance costumed
brother Marvin Warren the bride with gave a page-boy tap
pink gladioli Queen Anne's
A reception will be held immediately
white satin page-boy
following the ceremony. I Starke Delegation chose for her wedding a starlight Lace, red dahlias, white, pink and suit. in a JACKSONVILLE75c

blue gown in Alt n'on lace red carnations, and gardenias. 1
N'o Invitations are being sent 'I At BPW Convention and nylon net over taffeta. The I Other out-of-town guests besides They were accompanied at the I -
all friends and relatives of ,
but by Mrs. J. W Kmcaid:
strapless molded bodice was top- the attendants, were: Mr. piano

the couple are 'nvited to attend I I The tarke Business and Professioml ped by an Eton Jacket which featured and Mrs. B. W Tucker of Fern- I Following the dances. Tommy Bayer Aspirin 59c

Women's Club was one ; j Slade and Doris Parker a vonvI
the and ,
wedding reception i a tiny Peter Pan collar andselfcovered anjina Beach, Mr and Mrs G. C. f1 tes, ,
i of three in the Florida Federation buttons. The long'ta Edwards Mrs Connie N'ot-gel. and I i panied at the piano by Mrs

which had all its delegates red sleeves ended in Calla Beulah Geraldine Silva, delighted the
Prescott all of Starke
I 90c Ironized Yeast
attend the State Convention in lily points. The waltz length bouf- Mr and Mrs Edward L. Massey, 'guests with the duets: 'Walking Tablets -74c

pJJIj' I, Orland ) Thursday through Sunday fant skirt was of lace and net. Mrs C. R Shuford, Mrs GgorgeShuford. : | Mv Baby Back Home". "Give Mt'

Incoming 1953-54 cfficers I Llttle'Kiss" and "Sid.. bIde
Mrs Victor Appleby, sister of D L. Shuford and Mr A
Desta Pyal. Mildred Doyle, Lo'reHartmann \ the bride was matron of honor and Mrs. The executive board mei.bei-,
Arthur J. Strickland, Miss Emma Rita Hnbt'r'sfJ $1.25 Creraulsion 1.08
Colson and -
Pearle re- theluncheon
She wore an orchid gown of nylon all of Lawtey Mrs Cecil were assisted in strung .
Eiland ,
Fri., Sat. May 22.23DOUKLK I dm's\'llIt.! dau hr-'i M M :
cently elected District Vice Chairman members of the BUS
net over" taffrta. The bridesmaids St>brintr.. by
and Mrs V. N. Geiger ,
FEATUKKFEUDIN ; ; the J. Collin ot the Str\ \ F.lil i b I
Delia Rosenberg, were :Miss Dorothy Prescott of Mr and Mrs Reese student body who were attrac- I

FOOLS local representatives. i! Starke, and Miss Martha Pegram" I land Air and Mrs J. M. Bradley Bradley tively costumed in Hawaiian glass came the bride ot Donald of Mrs Rn $1.00 DreneShampoo 89c
IncUdi-d Tilley of Gainesville son -
lft Joirry and Bowery liolsPASSAGE I Convention speakers, Presidentof ,of Stuart, wore green anti yellow all of Jacksonville, and Mr. and skirts and native accessories Thegirls Peggy Shaller of Staike in ai. I I

AND Dr. Ellwood C.ance I j gowns fashioned after the matron Mis Roy Cunningham of South were Joanne Slade. Margaret double-ling cerenionvFriday

the University of Tampa. of honor. Each carried a hand Carolina. Hose Duncan, Joan Scholl, Joyce impressive

WESTJohn 'I Local delegates attended informative Scholl, Jane Richarde Gail Duke e"t'ningMa\' 1 at fi SOcAlka-Seltzer 54c

\Vajnr and Dennis O'Keefe workshops on their Farewell Party Davison Elected Linda Johns, Sandra Johns, o'clock.
i Individual the club and I I! The wedding took place at the
jobm Hobbs.
and Jackie
Also Cartoon and 1erLl Jackie: Colley I
incoming !At Cumber Home PTA President home of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Slmi -
I : Mrs. Desta Dyal. as The luncheon closed with singing I
Sun. Mon. 21 25 President, was one of the honored I f ir.ons. uncle and aunt of the bride $1.15 Nervine 98c
May I '! Mf r. and Mrs Joe Gumber enjtertained "Aloha" in unison, accompanied I'I -
R. O Davison of
speech instructorof with the Rev. P. Wimberly
the Saturday
THE LUSTY MENSusan guests : at a farewell party last I by Mrs. L F. Dinkins at
formal banquet. Briuford High: School, was .the North Central Baptist Church
Hazard and Hubert \ I Friday evening honoring Mr. and elected and installed as presidentof the piano. j I of Gainesville officiating.
Mrs. Lester Humphries. Mr. Hum Approximately 80 guests attended 60c Murine Wash
MltrhuniA l \VMU Members Have phries has completed his work at the Parent-Teacher A1osocai this delightful affair I I Easter lilies, mixed spring flowers Eye -
No Cartoon and \eu I ,i lion at the last meeting of the and southern smilax decorated t
Camp islanding and his been After the luncheon Mrs. :-as-
Covered Dish Lunch I' current school year, held in BHS the residence for the occasion
I transferred to Pine Castle, AFU. I conducted a short business -
26 ONLY worthy
Tues. I
May i
1 1 cafete.ia Tuesday night.Other j Mrs. Elbert D. Hough, pianist
I i while his family will remain here meeting at which time it I I 40cNoxzema Skin Creams 29c
Hurricane Smith The Executive Board of the until school is out.Refreshments '! new officers installed at I decided to take out social ,played a program of nuptial music -
TECHNICOLORYtonne Baptist W. M U. net with thepresident I this time by Mrs. T. H. Slade, was I and William Henry Simmons
IN were served during for Mrs. H. H. Young,
Mrs. Lex Green, Monday security
outgoing president and
were MrsE. "Because" "The Lord'sPrayer"
Ue Carlo and John e'f'ningith twelve members | the evening and the guests A. Hall, vice president:; Mrs. librarian. A committee of Mrs. sang SOc Milk of
Ireland 39cHaley's
the with I Phillips
presented Humphries an Wilma Junius Smith, Mrs. Marcus Brown, Magnesia -
electric toaster. | Dockstater. secretary; Mrs. j Given in marriage by her uncle

Wed., Thur. May 26, 27 After discussion of matters to Enjoying the affair with the C. L. Scholl, treasurer; and Mrs. ,,Mrs R. F. Young and Mrs Lex Louis Harp, the bride wore a

DOUBLE FEATUREBLACKBEARD be brought before the business hosts wd honor guests Mr. !i Russell Norman finance officer.I!Green was appointed to investigate : white suit, with a Navy blouse
meeting, a social hour was enjoyed. the repairing of the club I
The new officers will take i $$1.00 sMO 79c$1.50LydiaPinkham
and Mrs Henry Stefanelli, Miss over I and a Navy straw hat trimmed -
.their: duties when I roof. A volunteer offering was I
I Oree Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ; meetings are with a veil. Other accessories were
also asked by letter by Mrs. (
THE PIRATE The business and program meeting Meng. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly j 1 resumed in September. also in Navy blue. She carried a
Jones, State Presidentof 1
TECHNICOLOR of the Baptist \V M. U. was :Mrs. Barry, Mr. and Mrs. George I A brief history and some of the Walter S. Federation of white prayer book and wore an
: the Florida 1.39
Robert Newton and Linda held in the church annex with a Schaeffer, Al Stefanelli Mr. and accomplishments of the PTA were orchid corsage. -
Mrs Robbie Shaller and Father J reviewed Tuesday night by Mrs. Woman's Clubs, towards a I
Darnell ,covered dish luncheon at 12 noon Miss Frances Simmons a cousin
W. B. Sewell to serve as state headquartersfor
and ing
Tunier.I Partin.
of the bride, served maid of
__- A DCOLT (ITut'sday.ith 32 present. :The devotional Woman's Clubs which wouldbe
': The Daisy Fowler Circle had i was conducted by honor She chose a suit of aqua $1.35S.S.S.Tonic1.19
45"Randolph Rev. D. G Weldon. built in a centrally located i
'charge of the program, and Dr. Woodman Circle with white accessories and worea
s.'tltt and Ruth I r r part of the state. Mrs T. F. i
shoulder of white
Florence Jennings Juvenile corsage car-
Roman I The Woodman Circle will meet Legion Auxiliary Landrum was appointed chairmanof ':nations. Faye Dykes in a blue
,Counselor, was guest speaker. this fund and a collection was
Plus Latent News Tuesday, May 26. at the Catholic !' organdy gown and Betty Janes 50 Anacin Tablets 39c
: Mrs. Lewis D. Haines closed Plans Poppy Sale taken at the meeting from the -
I 7:30 ;in white organdy, served as ribbon
the meetingith prayer Center at : p.m. mer.bers present. Procuring banquet I ,
bearers. .
American Legion Auxiliary tables for the club was also I I

Post 56 met Tuesday evening discussed and will be further I William! Tilley of Starke served lOQBisodol 89c
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his brother as best man. -
= with the
president Mrs. Claude I taken at the first meeting in.

NO DOUBLE TAlK-Jiwf Plain Fad} ? Crowson. presiding. Plans were the fall.up It was brought out that I :Mrs. Collins, mother of the
bride, chose for her daughter's
0 discussed for the lunch to fc
served at the Crippled,Children's the senior club in buying I i wedding, a gown of aqua crepe 51bs.Epson Salts 39c
IEWElRY .v Clinic complimented a corsage of
I Friday.
ROBERTS these tables. Miss Dorothy Ross'I i
The Annual Poppy sale will be reminded the members that the white gladioli. Mrs. Shaller. the

held Saturday May 30 with Mrs.L i bridegroom's mother, wore an
dues are payable
E. Clark in charge. It was re- yearly I aqua taffeta gown with a shoulder $1.18 Kolynos Tooth Paste 69c

ported that Mrs. Ray N'ewsome corsage of white gladioli.
5STS has given over 2,300 hours of 1 I Methodist Mrs. Collins gave a reception

e ..rr.Fcu .-.- volunteer Charter after the ceremony, at the Simmons
service to the Lake Receive I

-::: 450.0P0 CEw.ddeg City V A hospital $20:! will be resdence. The bride's table $1.00 Stationery 2 for 1.01 .

tl::- == Ring $150.00e given to a needy veteran's family From BishopBishop was overlaid with a lovely lace ,

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.. \ The new members welcomedwere cloth and held an arrangement
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c..4 GI6O'tl"UUftar If.dltC .J Keepsake ,. -R Mrs Pate Gassett. Mrs I John of W.the Branscomb JacksonilleI, resident white carnations and plamosus $$1. Handbags while they last 29c
---=-......-'"". -,. Glen Duke. Mrs. Ralph Yarbray, Area of The Methodist Church I I I fun and the three-tiered wedding I
M-s cake. Mrs. Mildred Wanninger
Guy Andrews, Mrs A. G.
1 :r 0 I A M O N b R I'M 0 S wt / ._ Louden Jr Mrs. Jack R Smith, will be the guest speaker at the Gainesville cut the cake. t

::: Mrs Marcus Baggett Mrs. C. L. Starke Methodist Men's Club sup- Punch was served from flower- SCO 1.29
.. ..: oer, tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m. Aspirin only I
;:::::- Dime and Mrs. L. N. Pickering. decorated table by Mrs. Car

Blue/ White Brilliant (vi anJ/Perfect Miss Nancy DuPre was selected This will be for Charter the organization.Night andLadies' I Dykes and Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin .

I ::: to attend Girl's State in Tallahassee Night of the State Farm. Miss Tes- .1
:;;::::::: Branscomb will presentthe
--::: June 26 Bishop kept the bride's book.
:;;::::::: through July 5. sip Wagner
install the newly
V Election of officers was held charter Following the reception the SPECIAL SPECIAL I

] Experts in the world's diamond centers select Keep- $ 200.00 with the following to be installed elected officers at the close of young couple left for a short wedding .

sole diamonds for their excellence in color, cut and :- in September: Pres., Mrs. Claude his address. Reservations for the trip in South Florida.
j CAMERONclarity '
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.. = These are PERFECT diamonds, guaranteed in i Crowson Vice Dipper may be made with C. HNasworthy.
Ab $100 to 2475 Pres.. Mrs Matt The bride was graduated from Insecticide

=: writing by this store, Keepsake and Good Housekeeping. w.dding Ring $12.50 (I Morgan Sec.-Treas., Mrs. Jack Robert Turner, or Ocala High School and Howell's 1 ICal. Sherbet I
G. Mitchell.
I == E Demps Historian Mrs. J. OjGa Rev. Thomas Business College in Gainesville

: That's the truth. That's J \ Chaplain. Mrs. M. R Bag- after graduation i
: simple why you can sure The bridegroom IGAL S9
--= of the best gett Sergeants at Arms, Mrs. Beta Sigma PhiThe U
4-- a PERFECT gem when you choose from BHS, entered
;:=- from our fine selection; of magnificent; Keepsake" Mayme Toomey and Mrs. Walter S. Navy and served six years with Only
3 Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill 19C
. .: Diamond; Rinds See them now. f 11u. lhofer. hold its bimonthly meeting witty in Alaska! Korea and JarkIsonville 1 QT SOc I
.t. ra iF Three delegates will! attend the NAS. After May 10th
State Convention Monday evening at S o'clock at
in Orlando
C weekend this the home of Norma Currie on W. Mr. and :Mrs. Tilley are at home

1 (ROBERTS JEWELRY $ ioo.oo II was decided not to have a Madison street with Marion Long | !in Gainesville. I

June or July rcee-ting. The next as cohostess. I Mrs. Jerry Gay, who recently

HOWEU -a r underwent operation, returned Koch StorePhone
St. John
wddrg Ring $42.50 tr. tilgill be August. )Ir. and Mrs. Richard I Drug
= 'Tour Friendly Jeweler home \\Vdnesday after convalescing -
A social hour following and baby Vincent of Ocilla, Ga.
t ,,,._ t.g.; 'ors.d' to silo. d.lgJa was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and :Mrs
... .;..-- Phone 260 Starke, Fla. r rn t"dd. WwolA tc& s .... the business: meeting. will spend the weekend with Mrs... ]10. C. Gay in Gainesville the past 53 Starke, Fla.

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i weekend guests at their Kir.gsley!. Springs is spending this week With ,---n'--
Lake home Mr and Mrs Jack! her daughter Mrs A A M is..t.sand

Berg of Fort Lauderdale. The Gra-\ Dr Kartsor

hams also had as Sunday UflltS. i Mr 0 W White Sr '. .- .ed

VcMOnalii5: Mr.and and Mrs Mrs.Em Dewey Foster Ward of and Canes-1 Mr I Mrs Wednesday Wilbur Scott in Ga.nes'. .! eon look At The 'Big i&P ;T

viUe I IMr I Dr. and Mrs S. R. Mar> c, attended b .
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1 and Mrs Gilbert S. Brown !! the state Lions Club < ,n

,I -- had as weekend guests Mr. and I i venUon In 245anu from Fr.via. to
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Mrs J L. Levins of Dover Tuesday.
I Mr. and airs C. A Oiirer 01Gren Carolyn and tier U t F c la.s3- Mr. and Mrs. H. L Bnwralee I;I Mr and Mrs. A. B Wd:, eMr -

. Cove Springs spent last Friday mate. Keriy" Smith. Margaret. '. and grandson, J. Roy Caasteen I I and Mrs E. C. Walker
and Saturday with Mr. .Indairs. Frederick ant Peggy; Sy nsky sp T.t last week at their cottage at I'J. L. Woods of Savanna ,a

I J. I). Do)'Ie. iMrs i i pent last Friday and Saturday St. Augustme Beach. [ the weekend \\'11tr.en
the Gulf. I
V. S. St. John was In Ar- f hfng at Horse Shoe on
Mr and Mrs. C. G Barksdale father Pearson Woods and !uster
cbtr last Thursday and Friday Mm S. 1.... Peck. Sr. and Mrs Mrs Lu'a Mott ani Murray Thomas I Mrs EweH Lawson and MLar '. -
visiting Mr. St John who Is tn| Charles Darby attended the funeral of Melrose spent the weekend COME SEE

I bUllnHil there. I i of their aunt, Mrs H C Richard at the Jiarksdales camp at Silt son. Mrs. Annie Mae Morse and I '

Mrs Wilma Dockstader and' in PaWka last Thursday. Springs Mr. and Mrs Robert .daughter. Sylvu. spent last .Aeex ATAiP! '

g son. Billy. Mrs. Shirley Pflletj I' Mrs Robert L. Henry andughtt'fI. ( Earksdile and family are spending in Orar.geburg. S C. visiting her I "
1 and chldren and David and Son : ( Lynda Selma
sister Mrs. lona Plain Self
Jj ny Lawson *r. 'nt last Saturday Lakeland were weekend guests ofMr there and also Mrs. Barksdaie's Mrs. Willa Mae Mclntv and or Rising Swift Premium Sliced

I at St Augwtme BeachJ. : and Mrs D ForemanMr parents. Mr and Mrs. J. \V. Horne Ibs
Auburndale spent the
children of
J. M Edtf-JnK and daughter and Mrs W H Graham had as of Hampton Tuesday.who spent Mondayand weekend with her parents Ir' FLOUR 25 $1.55 DRIED BEEF 1-41bpkg 29C

and Mrs. \\'. E. Thornton
Mrs G H Bennett and daughter. .
Mrs Leon Moorer *as ir New
Mrs R. H. Bort were m Like
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Give Television Set the Orleans from Saturday to Wednesday
your proper City' Sunday visiting Mrs. Bennett visiting her husband who Sugar Rose Azalea All Meat Skinless

Technical Knowledqe and SkillIt s son Stanley Btnnett at the in dock with the Merchant 303 Can
Veterans Hospital. was //fa cello
Mr and Mrs. Jesse Smith and Marines TOMATOES FRANKS 4SC
Green and Mrs N
NeedsWe family and Mr and Mrs. Robert Mrs Floyd
B. Rosier were in Jacksonville on
Lewis attended the Watermelon

Your Set : Festival in Leesburg on Wednesday ,business on Tuesday.Mrs. -
We Repair
Before KidSYRUP
Give You An Estimate and Thursday. Bertha Pearce had as Happy Hermans All Meat

TV SERVICE CALLS $2.50 Mr. and Mrs Tony Gonzilez and luncheon guests on Wednesdav No. 5 Jar
Miss Norma Gonzalez spent the ,Mrs W. G Haile and Miss Amy S3C 'Ib

weekend in Milliard as the guests Coburn.Mr. BOLOGNA 39CAnn
Radio AndTelevision of Heand Mrs. E. Murrhee. >I and Mrs. Gary Weaver and

CAVALIER They presented musical programs Charlie Pergola and son. Kennethof

Service at the Sunday morning services at Jacksonville! were Sunday Page Hermans Pure Pork Country Smoked
the Buford Grove Baptist Church. guests of Mr and Mrs A F

PHONE 153 Mr. and Mrs Donald Bennett and Sauls. KETCHUP 14 oz Bottler\ Ib cello

lion Wayne, and Miss Fran Taylor ,:, Mr. and .Mrs. Vernon Sih-ox SAUSAGE E 59C

NOTICE-We have moved to Call St., ;In Williams Jewelry of Jacksonville were Sundry and son, David and Mr and Mrs

Co., 2 doors from Koch [)rug Store guests of Van Patel and family. j|'George Roberts of Lawtev visited
Mr and Mrs. C. N. Christy of )[r. and Mrs George Roberts Jr White House Evaporated
Kingans Canned Boneless Cooked
Augusta C). spent last week with in* Crescent City on Sunday

.mnnnn..nn..n.mmn Mr and Mrs S. R. Johns and family '!| Friends of Floyd Green will be I Tall Cans 3 1-11b
3 39C
:3 PIECE I I j' interested to know that he is in PICNICS $2'69
$118 l Mrs. W. T. Jackson and sons :.(I the V. A. Hospital in Lake City
Bath Room Set I spent the weekend in WillistonviMtin for treatments.

Complete 4 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver ,I Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale were m'': Duncan Hines Yellow, White, Devil Food
Jacksonville on business on Mon Super Right Smoked Tendered

30 Gal. Table Top Water Heater $92.55 ,< pend Mr and the Mrs weekend J. R.with Kite Dr.plan and to day.Mr.. and Mrs Dave Paulk and' CAKES MIXES Pkg 33C BONELESS BUTTS 'Ib 69C

Mrs. R. p Stutbm in Tallahassee. ,daughters. Sylvia and Fa.tit- (
WELL WATER I'UMPS ; Mr and Mrs V. V Hazen had ed Mr and Mrs John Stone in 1
as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs ( Sunday.
I Complete Line of J. T Sowell and family of LaCrosse Kingsland Ga. on of Ann PageGRAPE
B. Haynes
and Mrs.
AMERICA STANDARD CRANE ELCIN.; COLA < and Mrs1. R. E. Hizen and | Mr
Winter Haven are spending a '12 G'
AND IlKICCS I'Ll'MIllNC; FIXTURES < daughter.er Mary Francis of Brook- i week visiting Mrs Bertha Pearce JELLY 17C Produce

and Mrs W. B. Alexander.
Mr and Mrs I. P.
Shepherd are
A meeting and banquet of he :t
J. A. FILLY AW ; in New nan. Ga. this week visitingMr Gainesville Sub District Young (II
and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Jr. Ann PageGRAPE
Adult Fellowship of the Methodist
Licensed Plumber With 14 Years Experience ; Mr. and Mrs Fred Hazen and
N. Court St. Starkc. Fla. 4rilONE son. Charles of Gainesville wereWednesday church held Tuesday evening at I ;
the First Methodist Churl in JAM 2'bjar 39C
290 ;} evening dinner guestsof Gainesville and was attended by'I I
Charles Fields, Rev
Mr. and Mrs
Mrs 15 C. Holtzendorf. Jr. is a

........ .... ............ .............. Jacksonville.patient in St Vincent's hospital, and L. Blair.Mrs T.Mr G and Mitchell Mrs, Mrs(' W E Pickle Patch Sweet Mixed

GRADUATION )Ir. and Mn Eric L. Moore of James Mrs Olin White Jr 22 ; 1 f C
f tt. Broxton Qi. were weekend guestsof Ruby and Oleeta Green Duringthe PICKLES ORANGES S'bbag 21C
|( 3 their daughter, Mrs I. G Harris installation, Charles Fields
GIFTS and )Ir. Harris. was installed as vice-president

.' Wan en Oglesby of Waycross Mrs Edmond Tenly will leave
,. r ( Ga was visiting Miss Evelyn New- Saturday night for Mars Hill > lona Cut GreenBEANS Firm RipeTOMATOES
For That Especial ,, some on Monday.Mrs. NT C. to spend next week with

Boy or Girls .$" .i '. tW.: < Sheltie Hall Jr>I. Brad her daughter Joan. a- tud nt ot{ 2 303 Cans 25C ""'
Locke, Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells Mars Hill College. Mr Tenly and 2 27C

WE OFFER YOU THE FINEST i .)) and Mrs. Carojln Redgrave and son will go up next weekend to I

son Wayne, spent Sundry at be there for graduation exercises, '
MERCHANDISE: AT Jacksonville Beach June 1, and bring them home. I lona Cut FreshBEETS
:Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin had Joan is completing the first year
TilE LOWEST POSSIBLE at dinner guests Monday, Mrs C accelerated course in businessand I 303 Can Ib

PRICE C. Mendoza of Jacksonville and will be in the graduatingclass. I 9C BLACKEYED PEAS 10C

Ensign Harold D. Jordan of .Ovie- I

da.Mr. | Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt and 1 ,
and Mrs. J. W. Killian returned and I
Authorized Distributor For Elgin ; their house guests. Chaplain Sunsweet
to their home in Waynes- Mrs. O. \V. Houpt spent the wt ek.1 Yellow

Bulova, and Hamilton Watches rule weeksisit Jacksonville Rev.N.and C. heie-Mrs.on were Monday overnight D. A. after Greek guests two of,law V.end W.with and Strickland the daughter.C. J. Houpt's, Mr.in and Daytona son-in-Mrs.I I PRUNE JUICE quart 31 1 C ONIONS 5 Ibs 1 19C

WE USE GENUINE MATERIALS AND WE SERVICE Wednesday of last week of Mr. Beach. O W Houpt. ,
Chaplain and :Mrs.
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Ann Page
; U. S. Navy, have returned to their Golden Ripe
Mrs Merrill! Edwards
spent Sun .
home in Bayonne, ::. J. after a j jweek's
t day in Jacksonville ting her visit with Dr.: and Mrs I F FRENCH DRESSING Ire Ibs
sister, Mrs. James Kihchen and I II BANANAS 2' 25C
C. J. Houpt. While ChaplainHoupt
ED SIMPSON -- GEM JEWELRY I Tampa.Mr.her mother. Mrs.' H. G. Merow, of I was here he attended the j

:. 'Florida Synod convention in Lakeland I
and Mrs. H. B.
J"Starke's two days. Mrs. C. J. Houpt N. B. C. New WhiteSALTINES
THE HOME OF FINE of Griffin, Ga. arrive next
week for an indefinite 'iitith visited her parents in Lakelandat '

Leading Jeiccrly" J I Mrs W. F. Godwin and Mrs. W. J. the same time. I Ibpkg 23C
..I I Chandler. i i S R. Johns. acting postmaster I POTATOES6s 39CA
|* Dr. and Mrs H. H. Adams were of the Starke post
Convention in Ft i
in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon
visiting Pr M B. Herlong and Lauderdale, May 17-19 & P Whole Sun Frozen
Jumus Smith in St. Luke's hospitH'|i I Mrs B. A. Pope Jr returned I

Miss Dorothy Broad A-ay. of St. :to her home in Norfolk. Va. en TUB BUTTER Ib 69C' 2 cons 1PC

STARKE Petersburg spent the past weekend Saturday after a week's visit AdkIns.wIth ORANGE E JUICE
with Mr. and Mrs H. C.- :her mother. Mrs. A ,
Broadway. Mrs. Fred Guy after a week's .
Dedicated To Community Service Mr and Mrs Wallace Fauk! and\'isit. also returned to her homein
"Mo,IN Are Better<< Than E\er" fan ily of JacksonvIlle spent Sun- Gainesville Sunday and was. OCTAGON TOILET SOAP, 2 bars 9c

da> with Mrs Faulk's mother, Mrs. : accompanied by her mother MrsAdkms. .
J If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Maxie Carter at days visit VEL, large pkgPALMQLIVE .
Kingsley Lake for a few I IMrs. 28c
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. 3 3
Mr Carter is in Hot Spring". Ark i i) Martha Maxwell had as "

May :23 ONLY j Tues.. Wed. May 26, 27 fur treatment.several weeks for medical guests .during the past week her Ij I SOAP, reg bar, 3 for 23c
I Bond of
j brother-in-law. Lawrence
DOUBLE FEATURE RIDE) THE I Miss Mary Brownlee and Joyce I Richmond Maine, Mrs Madeline CAMAY SOAP bar 3 for 23c

/ MMDW41 Humphrey arrive\.:sit uth Sunday of Miss Baltimore.for nrownl an eight Md's will day .McPherson and Mrs Rose of North Beerup Adams of Spring Mass LIPTON TEA 1-4lb. 3Sc

t t t'na: Mr and Mrs H 1... Brownlee.I.th..r's par-. field. Ill B I1 F ii\ i: II

a'i I Mrs Corle Day' Johns visitors were of their Mr. the MiR W. H.J to Graham Davis Smday'tllt is children!'ta.- .r.g.th-from the LIPTON TEA, 48 bags 57c

f rr ttotting Blighter.i tho former Dorothy Thursday Grahams are attending the American EELBECK GRITS, 24 oz pkg 21c I
HUH OONim ROD CMEEDN Le Johns and family I of Jasper .n (Ir-
\.,s Ida Sweat, Mrs Annie Legion JEWEL SHORTENING
a EllA IAINES fOmST IUCKEIimmBitlTIGNCHILL lando. 3 Ib tin. 89c
Sdtnd'TS and Mrs Cknnie Salano i

jfjS RtMKIC PICTURE WILLSA and daughter. Sandra Kay. 'i A. J. Hodges and isis sister.t.ng Mand) h.s SUPER SUDS, Jge pkg 27c I
: Mr and Mrs. Owen Vaughnhad brother-in-law i
l'Iu. "Hunt..,'. llohdaj" sport- as their Mrs Claude Hard:ng. in Curle- QUART 1-2 GALLON
guests Mr
? Sunday :. DIAL SOAP
Ige bars 2 for I
\nt I.a1r.I \\.rld :N r\\" and Mrs Llo\i Haley of Tampa. ton S. C.'OTICE. 35c

On Wednesda\ of last weekMr.
J..1, Sit.A1) and HARRIS TUNA 6 oz 25cIi f
_-_ AND Mr T. Y Johnson. Mrs TO CH.IIIOIt: can -
C. E. Corten iz. and Mrs. Walker IB tfc. ('''1U1. of Ik1 Co"', Jadae.Bradt.rd

GOBS & GALS ThurM Fri. May 28, 29 of Memphis. Tenn and California .. Probair.(...C,. Florida | IVORY SOAP, med bar, 3 for 23c I
.t were diroser guests of Mrs. W. X : In rf" E-iatf of Josiah 1: U-* :'-- i

3 The Show You'll Never Forget Johnson Mrs C. D Edwards and Mrs i ira To I.>.Ul rd. dates('r,dll.r'or. and Demand rfr*o..U. .Ha l.,.-t 29t CASHMERE BOUQUET, reg bar, 3 23c E t

= HIMIMl 1'rl,llrn" Cartoon and said E"tate: '
J W. Gnffen returned home Mon- are h. -' \ SNOWDRIFT
0IK j T .u andah of you i 1 Ib 33
can -
Chap. 5 ('ap(. Mdeo day after a ten-day trip to New i .tlfl..d and required -to prtmtin :
.. claims and d 'mand s -h:vh \ *
= GOLDEN York and Bridgeport and Strat j Ii
- hate ag. rj-t
either of
or you. KITCHEN
II. A. BISHOP R. H- d. pkg. 23c
!: ford. Conn/ Upon their return the *&tate of Josiah ..
t 'hjrouRty
Edwards and Mr. Gnffen also I j <-asrd. late of said Bradford County l' -i
Sun., Mon. May 24, 25 It'tJr a ten-day vacation at the i I[[i house Florida.of at aid his County of fie in at 11.?',-' pkg 9c I
destinations j
\ TECHNICOLOR ame Florida, within eight i.a.--"it-
ore BOB MICKEY MARILYN Mr and Mrs. M. C Mott of publication months from of the thU time n..t.of. e the *! '-t b laruu, ,ouaon un :::-'. un MARCAL TEA NAPKINS, pkg" T5c t
Brooker -
HOPE'RQSNEYMAXWELLVUd 1 are spending this week claim or demand shall be in s.c' -
' Ii r : l li 1'u1 with their daughter. Mrs. Edgar: and shall Hate the pare <,f r' *.' L MARCAL WHITE NAPKINS, 2 pkg 23c
1 i I dente and post office addrene : g
Wilkinson and Mr Wilkinson I .
'I claimant and shall be sworn : '> I
--. ". Mrs A K. Smith and son: R. :'claimant agent or attorney 'and MARCAL Colored NAPKINS. 2 .
:i r any such claim or demand n .a
rhr "Oprn up the Golden Gate" E Smith, of Hawthorne were tiled shall w void. t., taw auua $ uwa u. aeuur
1'hu "\ and Woolf)" Cartoon I DeWitl C. Jones as Admiist'.;,t.ircf Prices
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. in this ad effective
through Sat.
H. I May 23
And Lat World News Tt"'pt't'Ul: the Estate of Josiah P. wr
l deceased.
First publicatioa Mar !!. 1 5I. I
Mrs John Tsavans or T.lrpoon 5/%% 4t ,. 11


10. r


i a'YTTTITTItr I: IT II.11', MVY !a. 1953
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT(!i But it is something like the goldmine I i

I "visited out in Arizona, rt TTTTTTTTTTTTYTYTYTTTTTTT -.:rg :sn Jacksonville
res.n Saturday : ,t v attended: ':,ir,-h .-. \ :,
E1E I where they were sure enough y Mrs E C Harvey. Helen Harden

getur.g gold, but they had to movea HIGHLAND ,*::d! Maggie Crews were use; 1 1.\-' S.\: ',\0
E DIARY ton of rock to get S 1.00 in gold d Jacksonville: lVtdneslavThe

So far as we knew, there is no By Mr>. Lacy SornwsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Sidney Starting family' attended

By Sam McCarveyThe way to get rich quick, and ou .u!A Homecoming at Oak G\\ t' FILL DIRT
experience is that if you wan } Sunday.

author win be glad to re- anything you're going to have tr, HiRhLind Baptist Church The 4.00D HUH
men met at the church
tflre I term of Lntemt coarrnto work hard to get it. i S .'-. \.,\ *had! Jtri: a n: \\"OTM S.rurday -
the activities of farmer In : '.,- morning to make pan! >
Ing r\ j Bradford County. Suggestion maybe I It : .:- a. h Sunday for anew Sunday school mom
On May 13 of this year we had e Geo. T iluggins Prayer ineet.r.g Oh boy.
By we will be
kit at the Telegraph office ormulled > ;.3ti p m Wednesday Teachers t glad. as ue
I to Sm McGarvey Lvty I i our first sweet corn and it was I II 4f .5, ff' 'r County agent meeting 7:30: p. m. Saturday.- have been teaching outside in cars Sec

t I the sweetest, tenderest corn we've Agricultural Extension Service under the trees.
E I I I, Pastor E. C. Harvey. Sunday BILL JACKSON
. . . . . . !ever had. Smeared all over with) !'School W C. Hardee. Mr and Ms W F. Cmir.gton
Supt. We
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&&A&&a &&&&&& Insect Note'
&A&\\butter with salt and pepper on Itl The month if Ia1S battle! I I Dr Jazzes Montelaro. vegetable I welcome you.Barbara and daughter Mrs Eddie M.-rr-: Jackson' Tran! fl'1' ('omptn\
The worst bite ) a specialist with the Florida Agri- I
Woe w us' possible us. and: <: tus.-.o: L.r.da: ant! MrH'W.e
I that corn almost melted in with insects A few 'of the Gene Wilkinson. GeneConverse. > Phone 165
thing happened when Henrietta to gobble up feed out of a sack, i your I most cultural Experiment Station was I i Jonnie : : : S'h ," : d.iugh'.ei Sv..:
but they're not going to start I mouth. It makes Us hungry for common ones are :Iisittd here witha with us part of today Monday) 1 &i
had her pigs. We are really ii i Wilbur Mobela all of Jacksonville -
N, ,eating us up! I more when we think about It. suggested control looking for corn ear worm dam- I .
back cf the S-ball as far as hogs I II I But despite Alice's program of The leaf-hopper feeds by piercing age. Sure we found plenty of I attended church here

are concerned no-**. She had hei Spent a lot of time this past spraying and dusting with DDT, the leaf and sucking plant I Item A study of several fields ,Sunday.
pigs on a day when we were busy] I Leaf rollers are small sirs and Mrs W J DuPrv* of
wi ek discing right field, getting i we still had worms in it. We sap. worms during this !'easonill help us
filling an order for berries, and we< !think they got in one day when I that fold sections of the leaf over to draw some pretty good conclusions Jacksonville and Clara Boone Free TankWITH

had no time to pare to mind the ready to plant field corn. We.know we let it go 72 hours without them. Thrips are very small insects in what we can do to reduce stopped by to say Hello to old

pigs. As a result ihe had ten pigs,, I that we are very late In this, but treatment. that feed by rasping the corn ear worms next year. friends enroute to South Florida!

two of them born dead, but bj we asked Pop Moore of Lawtey -. leaf surface and fruit, causing Corn ear worm is a tricky in t'Mrs.' DuPree was the f former Lizzie

the next morning ahe had only [whether we were crazy to do it, This is the kind of weather deformities and sometimes abnormal sect. We are more convinced each Bird of Lawtey.

five left the next day but two, and he told us that we could make when the "bear'll get you" if you I fruit drop. They even get time a visit is made that each Bettie Padgett spent list '.ve kin

and at the time of writing she had corn yet. So we have the land 'don't watch out. We're trying to into the silk of sweet corn. They of several necessary steps must Baldwin with her son-in-Uw PURCHASE OF

a litter consulting of one pig!! ready and as soon as we get a I I schedule our work so that we get are found in many flower buds. be followed if control is to be and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-

She has never had a good record and early start, then get out of Leaf miners attack variety of win Knight.Mr. .
good rain well go ahead and plant. i accomplished.Good
of raising p.gs. as five is the The field is so dry now after I the sun by about 11 o'clock, and vegetable plants. They are on control can be accomplished -I and Mrs. M L. Thompsonand =ANY NE\V\ GAS RANGE
most she has ever weaned. But I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rosier
discing it three times that there ,ftay in the shade until late in the leaves of fruiting plants or leafy and I want to emphasize I
thlg is no bad that we will take afternoon. It's been hot duringthe vegetables. All of these can be I i and daughter Ann of Jacksonville
is little moisture left, but anyhow i i again that 5 percent DDT will
her off to market just as fast at of day, but at night it has been controlled with five percent DDT i I i visited Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Noi-
we did kill a lot grass kill corn ear worms.
vie can. We'll try to raise the cool and just right for sleeping. dust or spray. I man Sunday.Mr. .
one pig on a bottle (Iwe won't and weeds. Aphids which are sometimes My interest in these problemsis I and Mrs. nomer Smth: and

have to feed the bottle) but if we I Had a very S busy a day here this We could use a nice gentle :called plant lice are found on ; to help you do the most the ef ;daughter Shirley were sh( ppmg Slade Gas Co.
I ficient and to give you
don't it won't be much more lost week, as Alice took an order soaking rain right now. Our berries I most vegetables new growth on net returns. One matter I I in Jacksonville Saturday.
We had decided to sell Henrietta trucker for three cratesof would be improved, and we fruit trees and flowers. They are greatest 1 Mr. and Mrs 0 W Man dii.i!
from a is
anyway, as ahe was getting pretty berries at $7 a crate. I could plant the field corn, and i usually on the lower surface and ,I I brought to our attention today :,grandsons of Minis were visit.tig'the .:
She packed I :that s-oxe of our folks would appreciate 1'1101121: : ST \HhE. FI. \.
mean. tried to bite Alice theother the we've in case of fruit trees the leaf Joe Marrs Saturda
of planted
some things
sold packed
Well, we had never of
some help on types
day, and we won't have an take to may curl over the insects. DDT I \I Virginia Hope Norman w*: s
has had might a come
crates before, and Alice I up. or dusters to do the. best ---
animal on the place that tries to But Mr. Weatherman can be used on some plants. Nicotine i sprayers II
little chance to practice packing.berries I job We want to secure the per-
but she did the Job without !4on't send us a doggone flood sulfate is the old stand-by sons who can give us that help !

help and we think that she I (and no hail, either). material Parathion is etfcellant before another crop is made. It DODGE Offers YOU
the lime SIt when all precautions for handling
did a good job. But by may be that a few suggested
I the trucker carted the berries off looks like our representative are observed.Do changes or alterations in some of i

I I we were both tired and glad to I from Bradford County, Doyle i not use DDT. Chlordane or our equipment is one of the i MORE
toxaphene on plants like squash, Value than Ever!
LM get to bed. Conner is doing a good job for: things that will help most.
cucumbers, pumpkins, cantaloupesand
e a the farmers. We are all pullingfor Cow Testing Time Near
I aIr11ENIEEI few berries him and these first few bills watermelons. These materials
Still picking quite a Dr. B. W. Bigger, veterinarianwith I
although some plants have he's getting through the Legislature -' will seriously burn the foliage of the State Livestock Sanitary :
these so-called cucurbit type prices over *60? to 201!$
RiiltlEl just burned up, and others are are a mighty fine start. Board is testing in Union Countynow.

? busy making runners. But whenwe 555 plants. Bradford is next on the list.

c 1 tEr ----fu11J started this berry season we II''II We think that the Contender New MaterialWe In a very few days you will receive -I i, Step In for the lt deal in town
cent bean } one of the. best thatwe've have a new publication
50 is
set a goal of selling per green direct information about the
j I a Dodge priced modelsin !
l rA I for Florida many
ed Soils and Fertilizers
last tasted. It is like
I quite
than ever
more berries this year I testing program. If you have a the lowest-priced fit-Id.
year, and at times it looked as I the Kentucky Wonder in taste.. vegetable and field crops. It family milk cow and your nameis I I I

Impossible... We sold a This is our first planting andwe'll gives general suggestions for list,
Koch Drug Store if it was ; of popular not on our mailing you : Step UP to the Molil RM Economy
our more crops.
December, a little more in plant more. know that
few In be sure to let Us you Winner
Starke Fla. kind and amountof that topped all other "eights"on
January, about the same in February -I Suggestions do want your cow tested. Dr.
.'TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlWHERE and then in March we hada Seems like just about everyhen fertilizer for different soil Bigger is especially interested in : performance.

good month. But in April we ; we own has taken a fancy to become types. It explains what factorsare family milk cows. The test will Out
TRAINING AND considered in determining Step in the nimblest piece of
fell off again and it looked like I broody and the whole bunchof be for bangs disease and tuber L
EXPERIENCE COUNTIf I them around cluck, clucking types of soil. Call for it by nameor live action on four rut-to The Action
we would fail to meet our quota. go culosis. There is no charge for
Car for Active AnuTioans.Specification .
)ou need a truss! or surgical But In May we have done ,'ery. all day long. It would be all number 514. this service. Such a program is

support you cannot afford to well so far, and it looks now as right with us if they would con- Let me remind you again that important enough to the healthof and uipmtnl ...bJA"' *" tnanf'"* H-uAoul IWI.....

take a chance' with your health, If we may beat our record. Of centrate on laying eggs, and then we have guides on about eightdifferent our people that the state offers I
suggesting See Your Dependable Dodge-Plymoulh Dealer NOW I II
be hen to vegetables
there would for a
by being Improperly fitted. course, that is if nothing goes some the program.In ,
varieties, fertilizers, common insect I
Here at ('ano,'& Prescription wrong, and we know that it can. set on. addition to letting us know,
a and disease protection.
But we are very pleased it may be more convenient for
have trained technician
T, \\t >
with our berry patch production All we have to do is sit down are especially good for the home you to contact a member of the I
both male and (female I
while, and the first gardener. They are all free. i ii HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
to wrjou.. \especially as this was not at alla and rest for a Set Corn Ob-en at ion-. County Health Department. Soil i
know of us getsa
good year for growing berries. thing you Conservation Service or Voca-
Ilemeinber health and
jour S bright idea, and then we've got tional Agricultural Instructor Mr
eumfort depend<< on expert hands. have the fence in front of the I TIIONE 69 600 Temple Ave. STARKE FL \.
our "
It's funny but every once in a another big Job kitchen garden lined with them Ferguson.
fitting while someone will drive up to Latest brainstorm is to fix up a beautiful
next They are a ...
- ... ---- -
Market, and after place to raise some shade-grown _- -- / .., --
our Roadside flower. sOur I r '- -'- ."- _ _ _
CANOVA getting acquainted say this: "You vegetables during the Summer. .f ,

mine here!!" At I We thought of moving the hens
PRESCRMTION CENTEII'IIONE two have a gold Irish potatoes are stored: I
first it used to burn Sam up, for out of the laying house which( is in the ground. We have not dug ,
1202 j
the implication seemed to be that not a good laying house anyway), \them yet, because the price was j: I

(Near Hospital) we had a very soft racket. But it take the tin roof off and replace low when they were readv. aud

Gainesville; Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ. doesn't any more, for it is the it with wide mesh chicken wire I'o it has been very_ dry we figured ATTENTION GROWERS

i i truth, we do have a gold mine.Don't [I and then cover the top with Span- ) were better off in the soil I I

ish moss. There is a water con- But this week we will get then,

nection in the laying house so dug because we know that sooneror I
Miss i It !
we'd have a water supply. Troubleis later we'll get some water in i

a thing like this is a lot easier; ,
the soil and then the spuds will
said than done. But we might dot rot. And we think that we'll sell

GCoDIi(4 it., !them at $1.40 a per s

Glad to meet Mr. and Mrs. When Alice plants onion sets

Paulk of Crosby Lake who stop- she plants them with the roots

ped in the other day. Understandthey i down. Sam maintains that this I

have two talented daughters. is a needless chore, as he cannot DISTRIBUTORSi
rifiNot .
picture any large amount of them .
The weeds and grass just about being planted that carefully. Well. 1 I
had a row of bush Kentucky Sam planted a bag of them in.
Wonders until we had them hoed
left field and sure enough a lot
out. We tried these beans last of them are crooknecked and I ON THE

I year and liked them very much. Alice says: There, you see! The

I' worst part of it all is that Sam

SALE The same" thing is happening thinks that she was right all the

i to a long row of okra in leftfield time.

and we have. started to cleanit .

I out but it is quite a job. When Sam overheard two crows : Brooker State Market

,... :I the grass and weeds take over I(talking in a pine tree near the :1 i
hard work to try
we find it't'ry field where he was discing getting ;
Recaps! Not Seconds! i to do anything with it. for your I ready to plant field corn !

---. ... ,have the feeling that you are just Said the one crow: "There's no |

BRAND NEWGOODYEAR : about wasting your time. And use messing around here! That

TIRES don't the weeds take over in a damYankee can't raise any corn 1\ PAYINGHIGHEST

hurry! no matter when he plants it'"
The other one answered: "You're
Regular $' J60 We asked a nearby farmer what right sure enough. Blackie Let's

m' to dust squash with, and he told. go over to Troy Bennett's fields II
us to use DDT with sulphur in It. i iI he raises corn!" I II

plus TAX I Well the catalog tells us not to
without trade-in use DDT on cucurbits (squash or I I /-r> ,

,. melons or cukes) but we've gone \ wwY ,

i ahead with the DDT as we have'' Q

95 r. an what idea he's that talking this about.farmer knows j I I ., ,I FOR YOUR I t tCUCUMBERS

'? nu taxaN I I
IDYLtterrntt Every year you read that the

nil statistics show there are fewer I
tNSU r I
and fewer farms, and that whie! ( -

MARATHON ; the number of farms is decreasing
famous ,, -I -
the size of the average

-..+ < .s increasing. All of which mears I ,/ :

ri vr :o us that the little farmer is being -- t !4
Special! I .. ,
Super-Cushion squeezed out. And after about
MARATHON 1 tour years of trying to farm we ,I PEPPERS t.

Famous are beginning to see the reason : fy

'hy. Sweet corn we thir.k. is s I
w.- by GOOD/ EAR good illustration. Down at Zel!- \ Rotect ? .

t", wood they plant thousands 01 ; your y !

Regular $1 L55 Id'*',"ttM ': acres .of sweet corn and control AND OTHER VEGETABLES
-..., the aerial 01 tome with i ij
' List PriceNOW '.... earworm by spraying enough
.r'sm; dusting. With the good price that i i f

is they get they find it pays to Fire Insurance j
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+a I
IJ9S ... ; operate on a large scale. But can I. i
!!S3 ONLY e., 'the small farmer here afford to' I i
J 'spray!, or dust corn e'eM.tS hou"S' Charley E. Johns
;;;;... j on the price he gets for his com?
L ONLY $1 DOWN Per Tire! Pay as little as $1.25 a WKK! That's the $64 question. Agency '

i I ,

.- 's Service Center Station j i Alice always wanted to grow ..... .. BROOKER PHONES GAINESVILLE OFFICE I
sweet North, and when ,
j peas up t 1
i 9118 & 504-J PH. 2-1989 & 5212
COODYIARTIRES. SEEDER D. GOODMAN ,I we got down here we finally grew ........ 1I I
some. But this year she has the
V. S. 301 at South City Limits I Uerwefltiflfl THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
.best of all and she now plans to ...- I


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\ MAY M, 1933

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Mrs Gene Crowder. the
i aa111111 former
Dunnellon i Miss Irma Jean Godwin daugh- -
i Mrs. Rita Brown
i arrived in Brooker Monday to ,ter of Mr. and Mrs John Godwin
( I I spend a few days with her daughter was honored at a miscellaneous
and family. the L A. Molts. bridal shower
given last Thursday
I 1' Guy Harren was up from Dade mght at the home of Mrs W H F
I, \I City on Sunday to spend the day 'Williams. Several appropriate T I IwM
<< I I ,;:with his family. 'games were played and prizes j
: & !' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parrish and (were awarded Mrs Suggs Godwin a
., sons of LaCrosse were Saturday (and Lillian Carter. Mrs Crowder
I night dinner guests of Mr. and i opened and displayed her lovelv
l ,. Mrs. James W. Thomas. [and useful gifts on a long table
I! I i Spending Sunday with the Ed ,to the twenty guests present ... f //
Lewises were son. Malcolm, and : Mrs John Greene Sapp co-
I' family of Lake Butler. I hostess. and Mrs Williams served I //II/I"''':'',
O. W. Barry suffered another delicious" refreshments of assorted -
! I! heart attack last Friday night. sandwiches and cokes with home I Quantity Rights Reserved' Prices dood Thru sat May 2'Spetfafc <

I' [ We are very happy to report (toasted: pecans and candy mints I Ii
I | i however, that his condition is I i Weekend guests of Mr and I Low Prices!
I greatly improved, and he was Mrs. R. S. Rosier were Mrs W L. Call Street
<< : : able to be up and on his porch I Armstrong and daughter Mrs
,; : Tuesday Daughter, Jo Ella (Mrs. \,'Jackie Ogline and her daughter Too Starke, Florida *
J. E. Hardy I and daughters were Enza Lou from Dover To*

i;over from Stark to spend Sunday I j!' Miss Patsy Kucera went to | L _
:j I II and Monday with him. Also ,Lake Worth Saturday visiting I
I I visu-ng: them over the weekend :, friends While there she attended
: i ,were: Mr and Mrs C. W. Tomp- j a prom in West Palm Beach She I CHASE & SANBORN (Limit 1 Can)
.I !kins, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. returned home Monday after a !
I I i' Nathan Tillis. Trilby; Mr. and long and wonderful weekend I} COFFEE Lb Can 7 9

: II I Mrs Otto Tilhs.Bushnell; and H. I' The L. L. Wainwright attended j .
'! B. Lynn of Lacoochee.Mr. the Police Benevolence I
Associaj j
I j and Mrs. M. D. Harrell I I tion fish fry in Gainesville Friday i .
I <: :vere in Jacksonville last Friday : of last week HARLEY'S
; : visiting Hazel's mother. who is Bridge Club I
j !| ; I confined to a hospital there. I IMr { The Weekly Thursday Bridge : TOMATOES 1 No 303KRAFT'S
: and Mrs Jack Hazen of (Ii Club met with Mrs H J Km-era 29C
i I i(Jacksonville Beach spent Sunday ;!, last week. Honored guests for 'i
i |with Jack's mother. Mrs. Ralph i<:desert were Mrs L A. Shepherd: II I
Hazen. 'and Mrs J. L. Will1am'hll' *rt" I Famous Salad
Dressing (Limit 1)
: I : i i j Mrs. Vernon Overturf. of Lake leaving early in June Mr-
\ ,City, has been spending a few Kucera presented the honorpf1 I Pint '
i d.1Yith her parents, the Lon- uests s and Mrs P r FinhePr MIRACLE WHIP 25CFresh
I nie Parkers. who also will be leaving S' i'.
: ( \\'e were very happy .v hear'' Farm shortly a lovely hnike.
1 that R. T. McDavid. who has been :chief as a memento of the < i RoastedVELVO
: confined to the Alachua General :sion. Th* eleven n Bribernm !, e,..
I : ; Hospital for some time, was able .d 1 tables of bride :and1a) I LbCan
i : to come home for a few hourson L F. Chapman won hi<*h and l Vt! COFfEE 69C
i '! Sunday.Mr. 1 Herb Thomas received the hng: ,

I i and Mrs. M. I. Odgen of prize. .
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I P"'moano were visiting the J. H The home was bf'alltlflll'\ .!<'> Orange PekoeASTOR
( : I Sowells over the weekend. orated with pink rarnati"ns n.iv,,
\' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell and with blue delphinium whit. i el.t! !ii:
: Lb 3 9
faTilv were Sunday dinner guestsof olas and other mixede.i\ -",,i' TEA c
Mr. and Mrs \". V. Hazen in flowers.
-':, Starke. Mrs M. T Hamilton and1- -
Susan Wait youngest daughterof ------ .
Mary Finn and children m 1 I.i'
the Howard Waits left via tev spent Thursd.iiSll.n!! M---
plane from Jacksonville last Saturday 0 P. Thompson and rhildn.;: '.sh"
morning with Franklin are visiting the R. S. Rosier! s ARGO Bartlett TROPICAL FancyPEARS
Yancy for Clarksville, Va. While Mr. and Mrs Bryan Whitr.M!
there Susie will be the house .
were pleasantly surprised: \ t'.i.i
guest of the Yancys.Mrs. their daughter Mrs Milt' Settler:
Margaret Robertson is and hubby and children Mike RICE
touring the State with husband
and Susan came Thursday; fromYalpariso.
Charlie this week She is expected Friday evening the
i II | back the latter part of family attended a ('hnsiennij
I this week. |,service in Starke at the St Mark No 303 Can Lb Pkg
( Miss Jacky Green, daughter of 1 Episcopal for Susan with the Rev 19C 3 39C f
1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green. was a I Raymond E. McBlain officiatingThe I
; to weekend guest of her grandmother Seiglers left early MondayMrs.
I Mrs. G. E. 1cGaule). and sister -I Medford Shealy and girls I II ... __ .. _
I '" = ; .f! _" l i__ .."l :d ____ __ --
H'r II Mary Jo in Palatka. While I spent Friday of last week visiting ._ --= ._ ,__ : -J ...
I there she attended the Junior- I her mother, Mrs. Cleo M. Trice in ,. -
I \Senior prom. Gainesville. DUBUQUE 4 to 6 IBs, SmokedPICNICS
I !
Jerry Broggan of Palatka' wasa I Friend of Mrs Jim Riti'h are
i '
I Friday night guest of Miss happy to see her up and arouud
I Jacky Green. I
{I again after a short Illness 39c
: to Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller spent I
a the weekend at Daytona Beach.
\ I
They returned via. St. Augustine SPECIALSFOR
: |I where they enjoyed visiting a few
1 of the historical spots. THIS WEEK Morrell's Yorkshire
i Miss Bert Greece and Miss
;I Jane Sally of Fredonia N. Y, Bananas, Ib 5c Lb

( !'I were Howard overnight Waits last guests Friday.of Thj the I 1 Tomatoes 5c SLICED S BACON 59C

,. 1 girl had been vacationing at Ft. Blackeyed Peas,
l Pierce.
: : Mr and Mrs George Dais and 2lbs for 25c Quick Frozen Fryer

j children spent' the weekend in i [
i Crowder Peas Lb 69
: Dundee with her parents the R. I & THIGHSGrade S
J. Waters. '! Ib - lOc
i Okra Ib 30c
"A" Quick Frozen

: : \ RIVER Cucumbers Cabbage, Ib, Ib- 5c 3c FRYER E BACKS S Lb 19C

: be Maxine Andrew, Bell Pepper, 2 for 5c

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have Mr .. -
were happy to 65c -- .- -"- - .. "
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and :
Mrs Hermie KelU and ons.
t 'a- i Wendell and David of Lawtey at':' U. S. Govt. Graded U. S. Govt. Graded

church services Sunday The NICK'SFRUIT
i|were dinner guests: of Mr and "Eat.Rite" Beef "Eat.Rite" Beef
Mrs. Roy Tomlinson and children. STAND10th
Agnes Jean and JoAnn Parrish I CHUCKROAST
I of Lake Butler spent' the weekend St. Starke, Fla. PLATESTEW
: : I
'with Mr. and Mrs Guy P.1rnsh.. 1I
11 and children. I
i Mrs. Gus Thoma3 and daughter. -'
: i
1 Pam. of Jacksonville spent
: Sunday with Mr and Mrs Red-
dish Andrews and children They
,al..oislteJ. relall'eLake I i,I II Lb 39C Lb 4RC!
Butler Sunday afternoonWe I
Uncle Vernon t N
are glad to hear TO L OA
Edwards is at home after I
spending several weeks' in a
Gainesville hospItal.
Dr. and Mrs. Roy ScMuuss and
:'::sons of Jacksonville spent Saturday SUPERBRAND Colored QuartersMARGARINE
with Mr and Mrs M FEVFLYT1I

: i: Wggu.AnVE.VTl.VT> CHt'RTH D\Y ,' UPTO $$300 Lb 1 9 C I

Services each Sabbath m old
: Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab PRIVATE Large Golden RipeBANANAS I
: : t. bath School 2 pm Preaching '
: each second and fourth Sabbaths I Lbs
2 25C
:j 3 pm Elder Mostert. pastor I
1 Bible Study each Thursday 3pm I
Everyone welcome.

: SERVICESTARKE : Idaho Baking }I



; Loan Finance I i iI

; ; I, RUSO, Sliced, Sweetened, Quick Frozen
k A Post Card Will Bring Me
: I To See You. I 99 C

: i I D. B. 'Dick' Thomas I In Canora Drug 160 Store I_

|i Lawtey, Fla. I _
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| Bridge. He was a member of J .
Rites He.\t! a
i the First Methodist Church of "
:.I--.Ir" -
Lake Butler. ,. '>rda th.:
Held MondayJohn :h. !:. m i\? .i i ,
I I his wife Mary '. ,
Surviving are ) ii.-a: i >f i, .
II '.. ... .
I Manning Snowden. and three rj N ': .rnn t h a
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Snowdeii 7*. lifelong. resident daughter, Mrs. Eunice Moody ., .t .-,-* >.ffic the p14.1 ...Id--:

( of Bradford Count,. died Starke; Mrs. Ethel Johnson t tDa. ...ti1 r.u-t raw. ,'.
ti: h\: &I t '. ,
Saturdiy. May 18. in a local II (i,Gainesville; and Mrs. Onie Raullerxon. .' -.. II ,I l. .. .
long Illness. '! RaifordFuneral ? i 1 : ;auI
hospital following a : .. .
tt Jt \ at 1''
I He was born Dec. 26: 1874 and services were held in f: An 1'\
r ti-t ,ni'tri l".re .f
: spent most of his active life in Dyal! Cemetery Monday afternoon / tp J '!In ,4? ': _

farming at his place near Long!,I at 3 oVJock with Rev. Alton Dobbs \.1.-l F

, officiating. Arrangements were \ ', f A.l-! .': .
in charge of DeWitt C. Jones :. ,'n 1't 1 :: '

Funeral Home. a, ;, 1 ,

I I ATTENTION ? t a4.fA Mill I: OK rnontTf

INFANT: IIOLT/KMXKF: I I" I... ...... ......... t overt.netord .
I..arr. Mute l I i.r'aa'
:. If You Have Funeral services for the i infatl' ..; i: H t ..
.. t' d.a \
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. C H..n 11EiI K: ,:
zfndorf. Jr. were held Moiula ". :., .1 -
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TIMBER 10 SELL afternor at ..:30 o'clock in Cfsnv u .\! ll i I TV.I :- '
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Large or Small Tracts Lake: CeTetenArrangemen- t:
\ \\ vvv.
of DeW.
were in charge

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{Write or Call BALLETMrs. 1 1y \

Olfja-Kita Davison
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CO. S:30: 'M. r"loENROLL :" .

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IIII i ALVAREZ' STORE E Ien's tablihed 1 (1othinK mi IIII II Hi-jenks Highlight Annual Junior-Senior Prom k t s t Oit tlal CommencementSPECIAL l :i i

I I The ever-popular saga of "France dud Johnrr.: interpreted: b:> Teal ttntrt: : Fiunkie i RuOx :Mae Perkins>)> oil i I

| the faculty of Bradford High School!, highlighted the ent'rtdinmen. Johnny, i IMdllun Poi\tie1 I stroll blissfully acrosstage. -

LARGE -- ICE COLDWATERMELONS 1 at the crowning social event of the school \eai the Jumur'$.-mor unawaie of the tragedy that i> so'>n to wifi n 20 PERCENT

"'10m, held last Saturdiy evening in the l'SO their lives. I
i .
At top left, a congenial group enjoying the show, takes time out !
I Top right evidently enjoying the fun as mu
tot a Coke Seated((1 I to ri I Mr-s Adele Schol.! Edwin Prevatt, Steve' DISCOUNT
as the undergrade, is. the "ali-star" c 1St. SLum y i
Walker Mr JimmIe {unl net'. Miss Dul're ant K
Nancy nneth
I mg I U I to r>)> Harold Hazelwood and Charles Co A. : I
1 ,
Tvu.s Standing Miss Flame: Crosby and Johnny Kopelousos.'vyyvvvvvvtr.Ptivytr'rvyyytiyy j
I pall bearers: Chas S. Partin. sheriff; Joyce Bol: n\ I I.

Nelly Blye; Marion Payne Johnny; Ruby Mae Pet! r To Seniors on Photographs
Council officers carried
on a complete -
GUARANTEED; RIPE{ kins Frankie. Kneeling pallbearers: O. K. Duk.R. .-- in. and
BRADFORD council meeting. In case Cap
V. Bill Dive
Ferguson Patray, Becker.
missed the results of the
CANTALOUPES 2 for 29cMARTIN'S you GownHe
election( C. W. Slade was elected Bottom row of photos depict highspots of tha

}) HIGHLIGHTS president: Marion Harrington I, tragedy./ Lefts to right: ((1) Johnny and his new t i

FRUIT SHOP } vice president: and Joyce Scholl ), girl friend, Nelly Blye, enjoy a tete-a-tete. I ti'i:! +r .

} secretary.! Judging by their prac- Frankie arrives on scene and bangs away as John

N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. anlaje

., Hy Brenda Bradford good officers. take Johnny's lifeless boJy off stage on stretcher.In of this special You hill!
The Library Club was in I
u.u.u uu uuu.u specialty act (lat right) Tommy Slade and want one of these for ever
charge of last week's asse:r.bly.

\WINKLER{ ELECTRIC SERVICE The Junior-Senior Proi last They presented a little skit called i Sylvia Paulk s ng "Tell Me A Story" in \vhn-i member the family.

:&iturU\ <> was a marvelous stiee.s.s "Library High Life. Daddy sends daughter off to bed with a goodnight

<- The lobby was decorated to t 4
Two new water coolers have spank.

-esemble .a .spring garden_. with awhite bee installed at B. H. S., one in I

7Hicjr4 picKet lence. The faculty'shilarious the upstairs! hall and one downstairs i I We Extend Best WishesTo
"Frankie and Johnnie"skit This notice shall be publishedonce :
in C building They havejbeen i i1
furnished! each week for four consecutive 'above"' named C.urt' t ,i i I. \1. I I1AI.K1 I' Every Member Of The
entertainment. the gifts of the Junior Class weeks in the Bradford County Tele you are requir*<] t > --i I \ i in .11 I (tIJFFI. -. Vi.i' iIiiuile. .. A. Ddlby
RADIO Mrs Perkins as Johnnie; Mr. and certainly appreciated in I!graph. your answer or p:>-. are
; Payne, as Frankie; Miss Bolton. Dated this 19 day of May. 191.; : complaint on the Plaintiffs !I"y M I" Ian L. Cius'liy, Ueimty Clerk 1
this weather. I understand the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Attorney T. Frank Uuidrum. 5 ;: ii 1\ i :
AND J as Nellie Ply; Mr. Ferguson as Juniors are planning to ask for I Clerk ot 'he Circuit DUb'i I Stark-. Florida
the bartender Mr. Partin By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ,, and file the original in the office of In Cfiurl Of Count Jinlur, .
; as the privilege of walking to the I 5/:!!:!! 41 6.12 tn, Clerk of the Circuit Court on Krailfunl Count},
E TELEVISIONSales sheriff; Mr.[ Hazelwoitd. Mr. front of the line next year. I : or before theY oinlr or 'I..rl.I.
.Cowen. Mr. Becker Mr. Dukes. : day of June 193.1:!; liSTATK OK: J. I1.. Onffi.; i.i .,.iiMIIKr
she! think deserve it. I
they .NOTICE TO IPPF.Iit otherwise the allrtrstioni' of laid)! 10 I NEVI: Illlll
| and) Mr. Patray as pall bearers III flrrnlt Court. Bradford ('...nl'. .
r' I. omplalnt will be taken You
Home EC as confei| and rai h of you 00nur'fi..d \!<- I.1.'
The Second year Florida In ("".....rr. ed by ,. 1 I / I'
enacted in pantomime>*, the yuu and rrijuiu'il to pn .I M:t .1"
; 4 songas for I'apquale Famine. I'lamtiff, vs. I .
Class has made new covers This notice shall be published claimanil d>-nia'i'lsvhlih > <> > i irltll'T
it was Miss Fantinr. It,1endant.Care {'HONE 263
by Nicollrtla
sung Rosenberg ST\ltKt:
1=t tir and machines in once earn we-k fr fiiir! iiinserii'lvew of M-ll. lli.lh.l'.r .1Cil -' t Hi.'
and Service Miss Xewman. Miss Bishop Mrs. the typewriters Xo. 9flNonce : :! '''k- n the Hradf..r: <:'>'.:.Iy Telegraph wt.t, ..r( |,..|,,ri: I H .' iff.v il. .. ,, .
.., the typing room. To ApprartT U'.i'(1! '. (la, .nin I
Partin, and Miss Sylvia.! They : Nieolletta Fantiie. whose
221 N. Temple Ave. (IMIONE 166 Starke, Florida certainly added to the of So long until the next residence and address is' 910 olth' _- .' ; 0 ,. .,
success -Brenda.NOTICE Street Hrooklyn. New York. -. ., .. CP .' -- .- .. .. ... ., .-.. .. .
the affair. ( I You are hereby notified that a

Final Exams are scheduled for suit for i I I I
Wed.. May 27. through Friday. la Circuit fuurl. Itiaaiu.Count..*, has been filed against you in the .

May 29. Two hours will be devoted -I PUriilnt In rfcam...ry.John I!
P.zz -lla. Plaintiff. vs. Helen Earl COOK'S
o a to each subject. Friday S. Vozzella. Pefend.int. i
afternoon we will check in our I I face No. !9S31ot LET US PROTECT YOUR
I :> lee To AppearTo I AND WINDOWS
books and leave B. H. S, for thesummer I. : 1I..lt'nozz..IIJ., whose>!ti- PORCH
}' )It KENTFurnished: tian with KOI: ItKXT Tu .>on apafinutwilh 'deni-e and address is: 1435 renter'Street. FEED
running-! eatrt" eye( : rf: /IKT .. .'" I..t' mi p r n (i ia'.i'tiath some of Us forever. \ KoMmdale. Massachusetts-. | With Cool Aluminum I
tor god IIh.h."K't. l-..kWrlt 'iKhi and hut ant. ,: fm ni The under classmen had a preview Your are hereby notified that a Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke
Prevents wood City Limits hQuantity
I' tli. 1 iM Sl.l'k' K .< i.h'ddlll' '.it, A 'h..II. 'all\ of 1953-51 5Uft t.-rIttvoree. I II Awnings.
I'h.; h'ld.'I... \\'. Mail it It(|I' session I custody and support of rot and beautifies I Resened SPECIALS
last Tuesday when the Seniors i; minor child < j FRI. SAT.. M I \Y 22. 2.1:

Jo'on SAI.RVagabond h..u-c trail has been filed against you In the; home. I n +..
\\III.I'\Il-t..I! : !'''< !iiili.nHi !! were off to Jacksonville Beach | .m..n TTTfrTTTyyTTTTTTyTYTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiTTy
rr in good cundltioii ln>|u>r<* .1( .1 I : nit I h mar wI'h'' ,ia'dh.r, Hulk-, {I above named Court and cause and 1
T I'rrtittt'... our hluck ucit of Phoiefa\ -\\ It 11 for their annual Class Day. iI you are reqiired to serve a copy (i"' F.H.A. TERMSNo TENDER MEATY RHt or BRISKET WHITE
chool bulldinc ..n Wushmgtu : know the Seniors had marvelous v >v answer or pleading to the complaint ']

'III' "',lit IXT-T" brdroiiiii h.'Us rfurnished I I:; time but I heard an a underclassman ,. Za on h II the Douglas.Plaintiff'505 Attorney Lynch], Money Down Ib W Ibs

F, I Gas range rltrtrU' rffritcrrator l Ihlldlll! .Ia.\.n\) ,illf. Florida. : POTATOES 25C ,
: II and tile bath linpin.Martini .- : !remark. "It sure was dead .. STEW .27C
f.l-' of
in furmhrd Shower, tollrt.J milts fcrninhcd from StarW or un-onKeykloiir Fruit Shop tf around school ..nd"- l''. thTigiial K <.' M,.. PT.-I I in the. 'ntf.1",e "I P. L. BENTON357H i

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Road No I .1 i x I !1"
; 100 lnqulrral
Stair Karin Market Srvic'- ;: FttU! $.-\\'a.h"'lla: I|..IIIK Itw I.. In 'n, absence 'II t the Seniors 'i A .i'iS"'' .' ""f sad 357H (.ainetillr. 1'la.
.. ,' .. '.,
S200 : -k "
Station I'.il llaniniond lt|' en per M' .1- !ids i. .IS' !!-
Tuesday the new Student
: price Jii.OOU .'""t.t Mm ... K: 1ll I ed '>\ i. u. SMALL FI.A. HALF OH WHOLE IilL 1. 303 CAN
<>lidrr"oii. tf hi -
KOH SALE-: bedroom" house on ''
laifayettr Si Inquire at htxtr nilI.t:- V ll.CVrinR..'I! ; k ib rrcTENDKK
Motor Court. Itch* 5 22 i ... '.her Sin t-a-h 'all 3 :'i U 1 1Hilt I PORK HAMS
9C :

SliK TIIF. Family Ueferen.-e Hible SALK 52 a.-res .1 ]itrrer I' SATURDAY 0NLYBONUS i
and Mrf-unlc llible Sold on eat-y and (\\\r r.-oin hour II
term Can be wen at your home hold furniture for sale al.'I ,
Phone :I IIi. $ n.I.r.* Watch Shops IVarl CoUon 1-2 mile of Cm' BABY BEEF ('II ( ( K Steak or
) S 2:* its right on New Ulandtix i: mFoil

.'Ill{ SA1J-:- 'ypre... pool pelejlloy Ib
LloJ. Craufoid Uoai ROAST 39C
e lUilbr-mn Sprlnc. 2tp & :22: I projector and sorer n RICE Sibs 69C

I I other mall ?It"m.,. All )10.1: KI I
lUU'SR .'ultI...:-' room hou.. I S. e DYeldon at r- \rl"hrltian
nK>dern hath 1 acre land facing i'huroh. 'ui
HlKhw.t' )' Sdl, gas heat. J mile- DAY TKNDKI! SLUED BEEF
north "f starKe Inquire II A. I i| FUR KENT: -rnfurnislie-i 1 i.I i.j i.
'trittl" :IP i 22 i i I j .nnre .it Hn, S' ti..ii' Ih
lit"II.I I IX: U>TS FuR :sv !IlIt.cnJtnat LIVER 47CF
FOIL( laST-S room hirabhedhtu.e I
I"gh'a n-nth
nn llitthnay S'I.rlh .1 taken the till'. oeiv.ent: )I.. ..d.I .Itmi Ibs C
acrossirfet from "rh..rh"I' from',, St brulpe \\
C I/TN. h. Ut. :. IV>* il HPIIOI'SK I. I.. Mr<. l.u> in.i M U\ni:! i MEAL 5 34 I

R.-aJ. in. i. n.\" : t'g: \V V HEll FRYERS! OR
i : FUR IU.ST-Jl. miles e.ist i
t>f siark- ..n Old 1 1-lan.iinB Uo d. I iqulre I
at William Sitcox :::Ip :S; :: LET J. It Ullr.*.. Jit IbSl !
IIMII 101(
KOU UL'lt'h SAI.K.\ CHEAP: I I'T I'I.F: 1\I) IliG4 C HEN 49C \ !LlimROSE
boardini house Other bu>inex- \Ml KftI : FREE
I! I h.. o.t. farh \\rdiir.da. ,
call me to another 111 location t' -:n 1:..1_.tl,_ ....... .........
tact owner at Cherryt
phone IS-W. !lp 5 :* COUPON Ibs

M\ll WANTEDtradt_wtrk..ti.ply "I i "',apartment llt IUST-'ur,.r complete and hot r..otu wart wth fui; e...."h.l..' aretrtgerar (, \K CIREI) SMOKED! FLOUR 25 $1.89

Mr Schttll. El I rancho M.'te'It .
itin. porch front and rear. *tr '* Ib
lie i!, piivate. ,'.I"tIII Apply! 4-; S- nth
I REAL ESTATE: SALESMEN: ;, 't ,'r at T'i k Aui-i >.tff :1 as With Every Dollar/ Purchased I BACON 47C '

WESTS ,\..asl'ISI' a natli".': i[ RADIOS KF.1MIKKD : Mahatma' E't. Fancy long (;rain
I)' known Heal UMate Organii4ti (II Make
\ N..del.
I estate i* interested alf'man M or liiterx anv lew I..r..n"mis iei'1 ijtere .rharce'. taarartrell'NN. Tender 'Baby Ikef Round, T-Hone or Sirloin f

l a* A.ted pr..f..n in"f the a branch real Youtn'e'i.f'u--tate W hu 11.HII ownermanager ,.in.-,-- 'VAXTEO\\'. Tall-- '(.. "iiKrnr.HitM Marl" ?nur-e P.u: ,jilicensed USED LIKE CASH ON ANY ITEMNOTE ; Ib : RICE Sibs 99C !

practteaT STEAK
. ccmmunlt) National. ad\"II 'u.g f.>r general ,
upplie a"d >nj>eriM' m f rnl-he tInvettlcate duty Doctor's t'li-tic H""p>uU I' _
J3_: this opportuntq' to :nreae 101 "-. Pall St Starke. ria tfHOTF.CT r

::s. erne<. to WE your: $T'earning$ .\.:K.\VY.: Kot 1NV d-ta, \1 I- I Torn SECl'RITtESrirepr : : CANNOT BE USED SAME DAY OF ISSUE _- i i

. II Kill.urn. 1017 AtUntuAe. Met >f Protect Seruruy Boi. GOOD SMOKED i EELHECK!
ii hourne Reai-h. Fla. ..' h..autttularlr... heavy duty Itt-tl! COUPON GOOD FOR 10 DAYS AFTER ISSUE.
b.>\. nos:; plus tas. Bradford

- Foil Atom S\I.-In on Kin*>Board!*y I..C.rrv.f"... Economical County Telegraph tf SAUSAGE Ib GRITS Sibs 56CE I

! perfe\-t for "kiin* Se* W. CINiwell 'OK SALE *" I I l I'< ,- 33Ci I

or phone 4T-W. t* rrete Block MIS! ISc and each.Cement Prnt: Bradfo'd ifMortar We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy i I

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:i halt pr'ceSrlte Mrn. GUY ReesRt. U ifHKXT
1. Starke. II of I Ij
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. .. "tilt -FarnuheJ cottag' a FRESH FLA.
:g }'ORLET"'o, 5tMt""I" convenience. large yard v M n BOTTOM
two hate I AU two, bedroom i'i4uufurrtahed DOLLAR
! tructlon ten room apartmen'-
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9 I..... C'-''' rental pron..rtv if ,\- "..n. ;atV NUJison. Stark.if"
"Irt'.!. Ijnoatd one bl'x-k froKaot -'I EGGS SSC
Madi>on St.. StarVe. Fla. .' FARM FOH SAI.K-75 a.-r- n
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Kleven hundrrd ton of and per hour are pumprl through thisMoating Sand from the dredge" goes swirling through this huge bank of spiral Black sand and water are' pumped to the dr> mill where elettricwhere Tailings from drv mill, after tlmemtr has been removed. g.

20-Inch suction I)pt" dredge, believed to be the most Ulodf'ml)' centrifugal 1 force casts aside the lighter quartz sand, retaining the and magnetic prwees are used to separate tae iuiienite from to the llrrOn null where another .II&r-.Hlon ret verihr ten\iIet

equipped la the t'' S. perhaps In the world. black !sand for the next step staurulite. zircon and other useful minerals. like white mineral a. u>e tut in ih prmlm (hn ol "T.lmll'"

I Trail Ridge MiSupervisory ne Beginning Fifth Year Of Op) erations Here II


: Humphrey's Gold Corporation Is Doing The Job That 'Couldn't Be Done'

Geologists knew that the "black sand" was there, but 19Hith the Humphrevs who were already operating a

". they thought it couldn't be mined commercially. And they :similar though smaller mine near Jacksonville Beach.

..re.I were right. At least they were right until the Humphreys There were many headaches and problems to be sou.*t tin d

brothers of Denver. Colorado I perfected and patented their the first months of operation. Unexpected deposit ?1

spiral system of concentrating low grade sand and gravel hardran; were encountered and buried forests further con'

ores. plicated the job of dredging up sand. One by one the problems -

Now the job that "couldn't be done the recovery of were licked however, until today the mine is operating; \ li

ilmenite from the solidified dune deposits of Trail Ridge at its full designed capacity 100,000 tons of ilmenite per

1 cast of Starke. IS being done and successfully to the ;

very satisfactory; tune of: ..,. J year.In recent months a quarter of a million dollars has betnsnent 11;:
F Producine 100.000 tons on improvements and

of ilmenite annually for use new equipment. A "root

r in the pigments} plants of hog" has been installed t '
E. I I. duPont de Nemours
shred the troublesome pine'
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Furnishing dependable .j 1.ji r dredge encounters them.

round the clock employment -.j r.j Two additional turns have

for more than 200 been added to each of the

in the StarkeKeystone 704 in the first-
staff of the Intricate lliimphrfjsoperation persons spirals
\ eteran dredge operator. I'l'l'rI v mt t.- 'pin i -
: (Seated 1 to r) ( .1, lU-teJo, plant Heights area. : 1. stage bank. The new mag-
i lose touch with wet mill tI' afltllfIm!
engineer:; ; Jay .'. 11'stet. vl II e pre-Uuit. also 'Supplying a substantial .I netic controls installed on .
V ol watery sand. I.ions IN .urr..nn.a.'d IM. 11 "
In charge of the llumphrejs JacksonvilleKeadi payroll that has released the dredge are considered: .
controls in-tailed thr ilretU1during l
operation; C.: ('. Viehhel Jr., plant some $2,500,000 in this the mo4 t modern in the magnetic n
trade since the mine / the remit mihlernlzat'F.tttlrelv' ; : \
superintendent; (standingV.) J. Siprelle.production area world. The dredge cutter
sulk| erintcndent; .1. C. let.ieiler went into production herein ? :' head drive has l been improved elumnatexl arc U'-. obi, hand ,It.,,., rontroltt +
f 'r hit h ** .
fethnlcal superintend<< nt. .\11"01"! tlt'n photic- April, 1919. bv the installation w HT |ev, a-urate ana Hint It mot

graph was made; S. .}, Jacksun. comptroller None of this would have of a specially designed lr<> .Hie; >onie fur tin

been possible had it not t-,. ? speed reducer, replacing

oeen for the inventive exposed gears'

genius of the Humphrey .At the sta '
of the or era- operah"i
brothers of Denver Colo- I NV
rado who kk- lion, abrasion by the sharp-
M, Mr1 h; : developed their
intricate spiral process of 4 edged quartz sand on metal

separation primarily to recover pumps was a tremendou-'
gold from gravel deposits problem. The sand literally t t Ifd. !

I r in the West. The I )VTTM ate the metal up and expensive .

.,r b process is comparativelynew l } replacements hail! 1
having} been patented i W to be made every tV\\

about 10 years ago. months. Now the enguncring ',
Up until World War II _::._ department has su.'-

days no one worried much Hiotographed! together for the first time in lit cess fully solved this prol'm >-

about where the next ilme years, the Iliimphieis brothers, inventors of the ]( by the installation of i
nite was coming from. The spiral process of separation, are shown here on rubber-lined pumps. Th t

1 valuable black mineral had one of their infrequent \i-its. to tie Trail Kid I lje resilient rubber resists cutting Ii \ _

been easily obtained from mine. \Vith headquarters in Dciuer Colorado, by sand and lasts mU\11 i

India where it was found they fly' to !-'"ridaI'ral times a jearA.. K.llumphrejs longer. If

in rich deposits on the (left) is president, and I. II. Hum For every two tons of

beaches of Travancore ; phreys, vice president of the corporation. Here ilmenite recovered, it i i j.. t ,.

could be dug up by natives they' look o\er one of their experiments necessary to dig out 1011

Discussing the plants enviable safe) record with shovels, and sold a plate classifier to be used for separating sand tons of quartz sand, plusa
are (I to r) Kill Keum. tneth.MN anJ stanla'dsengineer at a reasonable price to from water.
lot of buried trees. Loney Khod 'n, spiral feed operator th'rkfrequently +
; Tom tarry, ervlce super'I-or; manufacturers in this coun .
During its four
years of with the dredge in an effort t'l
( hire Devlin: master mechanic; and V. .\.
try.War operation, the Humphreys maintain the proper rate of flow through the.spirals. '
.M< hols, dry mill superintend nt. .MihoN
| changed the picture, -
dredge has .
pumped 23.000- Like Lyons, and man) other Humph
started with the Humphreys organi/.atl on however.: Shipments from 000 tons of sand to obtain ff')II emploees, Ithoden has keen on the Trail

gold milling projects' In theVe"t. His oMar India became more and more undependable.The some 400,000 tons of finished ilmenite. Since the start Ridge operation since the first ton of san'l

) venire record makes him the oldest (in duPont company among others, saw the handwriting of operation, approximately 350 acres of land have been was pumped up in 1919.! !
terms wf employment) man on the Trali Ridge on the wall and began an intensive search for domestic mined.A .

Job. sources of the black mineral, which when oxidized becomes tract of 2.300 the
acres on Camp Blanding reserva-
the best white paint pigment known to man.
tion was leased from the State Armory Board for the
Intensive exploration was made in this area before the
mining} operation. The Armory Board is of
a royalty
3, rr {. company was convinced that the low concentration of mineral i
P f fi :CO cents per ton or about $30,000 annually for the mining
4 R Y. 'Yk tr (only ,9 per cent) could be mined commercially. The
s( "" urgent need of a domestic source of ilmenite however left rights, in addition to getting revenue from the trees and S-0 3y

f them little choice but to try. and a contract was signed in stumps removed ahead of the dredging operation.
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Twfnt-one per tent of the present employer, :Since 191!) the number of lost-tinie injuries tit

of Humphreys fold at Trail Ridge were eni- employees has been cut in half each )ear.

r': plojed: during the year 1918- r. The. Trail Ridge plant I.. verj proud of its xa

present safety record. During/ 19.)3, no time

.. ha. been lost to dale because of injuri's.Lmplojee .
1'b\ H Humphreys < millo)C'"fj now have a >o< ial and
qa L-
t .I Ke<'reational (Club a Credit I'nion, free life -

insurance, and a partially paid hopitaliiationpUn. : _

: with n><.re than three year, of

continuous sen ice receive two weeks' vacation

with pa}'. Of the 203 people now employed
The colored emplojee with the mast service : at Trail Ridge, 133 receive two weeks'tacation.
at Trail Ridge mine is Ben 3lrlJ ugaJd. sandblaster .

John I'owrrs : who started with Humphreys! in April TNil Ridge personnel takes an Wredge ftiJerV. .
(Irtt) !group head Of the duPtntrngtnerrs t: Iti .b..p attend the r.r:
active interest in community life
assigned to the Trail l KlJge mine dally built, giant sped reducer for the drf1g
in this area. Bill :Morgan, above
and Amos ('roIt' one .>f the engineering cutter head drive. Weighing more than II I
who came h..1't'ith the duP,ot
group are pictured atop a closed circuit test The bulk of employees lire in the Marke- ton, the all-enrlos-d unit cost I l<*se to $I 7.04) tIt .
TitlIt.mph" plant consume 2,000.000 company when exploratory: stork
spiral unit. It is the function of this groupto KM II of Keystone Heig* U area but a few come from replaces a masts of old open gears and U
electricity each month more than was still going on in 1948. wa-
aM 1 plant management in ironing, out a. far as Green Cove SpringsVhitehouse, capable of reducing speed of gears from 900
is used b Lake City Lake Butler
> Statue recent) elected major of Keystone -
engineering problems: in the unique operation. and Majo.t r.pjrn. down to 18.
and Green Cote Springs combined. Heights.Knjojing .


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s Coke-break are officers of the T Lee, shift foreman at the dry mill, is
of the Employer Credit tuba are the three Trail
Ridge Social and Recreation Club;
dwarfed by the huge stockpile staurolite
.--; oldest emplojeie*. in point of sen ice. hiied fur 11 I to r' (nenn Conner.ice Everett Cleaning out the "root hog Is a troublesome
.. ; coming from the dry mill by comeor belt, ritual
the Trail Ridge job. left to right: Dan Fogg.eftice Foi, that means an unavoidable, but etcpraslte -
president; and tic Frees, -
into the huge bin at left, and on to the pile
shutdown several time a week. (leaning -
manager secretary-treasurer: of tht
of the The Coke machineIs
group. through lengthy pipe. One a useless byproduct
out the roots that are socked into tb@drf'dre
Credit I nion Lots Ueiupsej. class A
the club's only source of revenue, and helps staurolite U now shipped to the new
pipe are (I to r) II. 'f. \\Wi4'Jltt.drnfge .
mechanic and Bob roll
: 0lD.:: pa) percnnel finance
company parties bowling tournamentsand thigh Cement plant at Bonnell where it is
clerk.& operator; A. M. Wood; oiler; and J. D.
fishing con tests. valued for its aluminum content.
+ey, maintenance: helper.

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f f TTTf TTTTTTTTTTTTTT : u<2 soo I Florida until 8 -
oolrx-k P M. Eastern I nm.tn T2. IIj'o..crl.n. :
; mi Norici: -
i.eoo Standard or PITITK> row
Tim*. r '
on Tuesday the Florida,
Denomination! II.Wo 00 principal day of June- A l>. 1>5J, at hich timeand Kth "IM u %K..I: I'a, 1 1-r.h (-,haneery. ,' T. Fruk; : La d-O:1. Starke.' .. C -- -
4; N-itice !:' : 1'.an.f '. 3.b-:,,: Flor-da. T. n.
land semiannual intere i- :
LONG BRANCH May and piar all bid will be publclyopened heretij ic.\r!? tha' "T- :N.-.: i- '. Defendart 'nu Owi.,
'r T.
R So\ mt..r fir.t hall b have filed our; f'rai and f.le ur : n
) payable at and read for liO.OM.04 t'tili- r. c.: ,, "sl! r'J' :a "l.t.t' o-'f: : t i i. : 1 Ik! .
f, the office fit the City Treasurer. City tie Kevenue floods mmi.strat.r_ ..f the E.!..!,. f Ma- Case; So;:. S c: the v'.rrk ,.f :t.. C.r'j"t' c: i-: ,, Sri : 'WE :"
J :
dated \otirr
May 1. To *. .
i ,.f Starke. State of Florida I Jriffl*. d"l'pa-p.1 thai ,. .. prar or tefire tie 1 da of JJ-e ,
; payable h. f.i-oi > : :N ,
.1 .f
by Mr.. J. L. StkIandUAAAAAALAL&AAAAAAAAAAAL olely from the net r.nau d.- 1953 and maturing serially In numerical -. our petition till' anrde' ,.f dsri- T. M-r.e.: f.Ne.l: Brenr.er. ..h.-'el, 5: otherw.se:.. a.iegg.r.s: of j \\ : K'5 (;::
order in the years and amounts r'-der., and address 1 d s-5:; ,.i
U button r :Iii: il.{' : thaid Cv-rapiant
rived from the operation of it* e ISiting :- follow and final d harge ..n a' : .
\V.vds.d' f. :1
Long Island sed I
OD June 5. "53. > oy you.
light. waterworks and eweriPtem lear .%....! I Honorable e will apply to the New Yurk. This notice shall!! be I I L-s 1. 4 111k! U. No. 'W.lbnt lt.g'.c,
Tbtorln"a" '
| operated aa a Joint 'y"tem n <.untr put'I'shdonce !
Bill Lang anti wfe sprt Sun- | The bond of thii iwauc umber nn l' n.'" Judge of Bradford County Florida. Yiu are hereby notified that a each meek fir f..ur coasecativesuit : I .Rtmo, D In SW
t lttO weeks f xs: f
sEt .
for for in the Bradford "
red one (1) to Seventeen ( IT), bothinrinve. approval of said final County Te e-
d&y with home folks! at Clay H.H. 1,7ll5 a.tot and for an order of return- I o ". ,rap!&. of SE'-. of
) maturing in th.. years dittr.bution: and balD I 'Et5;
Bill drives one of the air conditioned -1 1,S4 and 1 SS. both inciusiie. are not 1$5, for final discharge a* -adminis ,J filed against you In the Dated this 15 day of April. 1953. I."tc n IJ .
redeemable prior to their rnpective'stated 3.0I trator. of the estate of Mamie above turned Cosrt and cause ana (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles \. Uar'by S. 2 R'k 1. J"Hp r:. B.a.!' .

--. truck ia on one of his j' date cf maturity. Rood of i It' 4.$M fill, d-.d. Gnf- I yon are required to -ene a copy of Clerk of me Circuit Court. Gahan S 1) :I. II ..

hauls and his wife :-ella ismakl11 I this. l I.Jou numbered from Eighteen UU XI ....O J fi.itM.. "..,..t.-n 1 your answer! or pleading; to the cosn-i1-* MariAn I.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Lot S Bllt I. Gaba- l' R..J, : .

long ( ID to Forty (40). both inclusive I 1.1"un Pearl 1 J. Hem Plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney J| 5/1 <41522< ganJj 21' sa

; this trip with him, sightseeing. maturing in the yearn l>i> to ltd. lift 4.M4 4.WO1HJ It. A. Griffis Lot ganaD 24 BUt I, Gaha- Aar.n 11..7's;:

She! is probably going (1 both iiclokive are redeemable priorIteir 6.900 5 /15 4t '/5 Lot 2 BIlE 2, Gah&- 11' U 1'.., I"a\, pct }
J toI rtep.tvf> date of maturity
Hie .NOTICEXotic
S.MO1M7 -
along ** driver helper too. I Lt the option of the City. tn whole MM 21 I r: Gee.
3 BUr Criffn
Mr. Maxwell of Green Cove :lor In part In inTent numerical or- un 5.OM oTln: TO1rpItR is hereby given that the gansp J. Ciba- : 'oj
jder I If !I.... than all. on May 1. 153* following describe* lands will 11 U
I. be
; 3,4, rirmll sold Lf\ I
3h Saturday. : IMel37I (.ar.. Bradford l' at public auction on the 2Sth day cf May 1)53 Lot 5 SIlk !. Caha- ) '''::::
Spring called us i I or on any interest payment date 5,.. ., Horld. I. Cfca.rerr. -1. llra ford. State of Florida to pay the at Stark. U* County of gin SD

former school I I thereof at the principal am..unt I 1,71 5.000 Peter Pita. amount due for taxes herein Set opposite Lot 21' :, S,.!"
lie is one of the plus accrued interest to i Plaintiff, vs. Ann V. to the same together with all costs of such aale and 11 of INk 3. Iud.n! :
tfcfreof. Pita aduruslq
I i 1)72 5.... Defendant. Gabacan S. D
principals\ here and boarded here date of redemption aid a premium 1973 5.000 I Hetrrlptiea !>. T. R. !1'J Mrs. Matt! c 1'
I i of Twenty-five Dollar ($! i.G0) for Case Xo. SS12oilre Acres O ,aer Ta p"
aiwaylg'ad I1.M4.04 Lot
We principaland tahagan
are U.
for three years. | I \ To tppear. of Fit S. ;
i leach' bond "> called for redemptionID All that of i
semi-annual Interest (May and portion
oni To GahaganS
: Anne \ D
Paa. whose
call U.
to fcav, old friends 1J5*. whtrh premium shall reduf November first) shall be payable at j and address isc residence XE' of :iE.. .i. cf Lot 1t Blk J. Gaha. U San;', n 'e -

i by Five Dollars I IS flO) in em'h y4rthereafter the. c.ffi.of the City Treaiiurer. City o Annie V. Pattoblitch. n1r 15 to: -_...._ ___ .
iI I !('i JTth. ... "l_. .. pn 8 p .. _
n -
Krei.. .i.,.. .....,... -- U '-lULDo..a :: 41. .. u .
US M thAt thC bond' shall be of Etarke. State of Florida: payable ]I 2C Long Island.- Astoria--- -- Xew- ItAcreinNWCOr- z-M Com at XW cornerof -- \\'. ircar' : 11

Several preachers called upon callable at a premium of TwentyDollar nolely from the net pro<.t'f'dJi ofxtheiUtilities i Yon; are hereby notified Tork. ncr of Sb of SW, S Blk 2 & vf

week. These Included '( <1000) in ISiJ and without Service Tax collected by .. .suit for that a of SW X. cr Kd. R. 2 East ft run ,,

1.1'1 the past .I .remium in 1S<3. said City. Divorcehas No. 3 4. W. Of lid. S. .t ft for a

Reverends Jim Conxay. Percy The bond have teen, or will be. The bond of this Issue numberedone / been filed against yon in the No. S 1 I to X Elmbeth Haley 13.3J Jf bathence ran pt
validated by the Circuit Court of SE -
Knight. Edward Harvey and E. Florida and tl) to Twelve (1!), both inclusive above named Court and cause; and of NE'J & K. &0 ft S. 50 f*
Bradford County. thr approving 2 Acres in SB W_
I you are required I 10 ft S.
maturing in the year 1955 to to serve a copy of ft
p Eheetz. We do enjoy having opinion of die* J. PatterDon. I both mrlucive your answer or pleading corner cf NEU of to Pt Of 1'\0.
1958. are not redeemable j jI to the' 2 l.
( Enquire and Patterson. Freeman NEt4 11 6 : I lot 32 Ella _
complaint G nil Jesjfe as EiUnHfai
visit us because they prior to their respective stated I on the Plaintiffs LM Luenby 20.92 described : '_
hese men P.ithardfton & Watson. Jacksonville, I dates of maturity. Bonds of Attorney. T Frank Landrum S 2 of S\V 4 of SE'i :3 I z. to Wayne K. Hae.a 5.5* i-i deed book S3
talk about the Lords work ]I "Florida Hill be furnlh without !Syrke.i Florida. 1:1.: & KS of page 309
can issue numbered from Thirteen (thl"l 2!
('okt to the purchaser of the I.llnd1O.Th..r. and tile the NVt4 & XWU of 1 lot I 23 :
original| as CilLiert
In the described
on office : ;
what i i. going to Eighty ISO), both inclusive, of
and not about will also be furnUhed the I turing in th years 1959 to 1973. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I SE!" :9 4 :, ISO U. ZX Jobna 1S3.1S in deed book 55Pt .

them. I u'ual closing papers Including a ctr- I or before the SL4 ..t SW ofNtV 157
around both inclusive redeemable
'tificate stating that there li no litl- are prior 8 day of June 31 4 :. f b n. II. 7! Levy Leonr.jne .
social at the i to their respective date of maturing 1951; 10 Qneea Cats Gant- MI Arr In SBcorner 4 ;
There will be a I ,atlon pending affeitng the valiJi- I lat otherwise the
allegation of liE" of .ME
said of
the option of the City. in whole 4.11
Saturday. I I ty of the bond Complaint will u taken as confessed Lots S Except 15.7 fW1.
church In in inverse numerical 13
or part
order 1
new Z!
The >Ic. of the Issuance of I by you. Acres to Ernest Lotii 5. T Blk J.1, iso!! 3'
purr U
I if less than all. May 1 195*
May 23. Mr. Jones plans to haveja i([' the** bonds is to finance the cost or on any interest on payment. date I' This notice shall be published Edwards & KH cfN4 Original Town of et

more than one I I of addition replacement Improvement once each week for four consecu of Lot 4 & Starke
ball maybe thereof at the principal amount jt
j 2!
game other In !! and extension to the sewer- thereof pluH accrued interest to date tive Telegraph vreeka In the Bradford County Lot 5. &. S>i of Lots 1. 3. Blk 11 *lr W T. .lar'l.! .,;'i. ; \
JaCk race and games Lot 6 7 7 :0 151 AV. E. except W.
ale system of the City cf Starke. of redemption and a ofTwentyfive EiEhan.: Jr. 10.38 25 ft
of' premium Dated this 6 d.ty of May, 1953 N3/4 of Lots 1 7 20 Original
most 171V.EI1tgh1n. Jr. Town
in 52.61 of
fact, he plans to put Bidders are requested to name the Dollars U2500) for (OFFICIAL SF.ALi Charles A. Darby Lots 1. 2. 10. 11. i Starke
withgal1'u. interest rate or rate not to exceed eat'h bond ho called for redemptionIn Clerk of 23 S 22
Saturday the
afternoon Circuit Court. of Blk 1 Ward The E. jflft Carl .
the four cent U(; ) per annum in 1358, which premium shall liv of lots Ilith j ,
per reduce Marian L.
Crokby, Deputy Clerk City S :D G. II Parker :, <4< of
attend. 5.39 Blk IS
All are invited to multiple of l.i or 1/10 (,t 11. Kach by Two and SO' 100 Dollars 5I! 4t 5,29YOTlCI : I Lot 6. Elk 1 Ward I I Original Town of
will be a bidder may name not more than U! SOl in each year thereafter so .
there I : :0 Mrs. Stark.
City L. A Green S 19Lot
the ,
After games I 2
three rate of Interest and must that the bonds bhall be callable at : TOPHKH -- --- on I I!
mk 11 Ward Lot S DUe Leon L>,. .,
.lunch__ kerved. There will be Sunday I specify in his bid the amount *n nn : 70
Sunday maturities o'clock Let 2 mk 12 Ward
10 Original
School at and all bonds maturing on came I i without premium in 19&H. Frank Leason Plaintiffs.. Edna Tows of
City 8 : :0 1L D. Surke
morning preaching! at 11. TraInIng date rauxl ha\e Interest at the same The bonds have been or will be Leason. Defendant. 1.01 21 1 Hill
I Lot 5 Elk 1& Ward One lot 30 t".rltllt.ae
bid of let than and validated! ft N. i; J
rate No < par by the Circuit Court of Case No. h25
Union at 7. and preaching at lees Not Ire To City 8 7 20 Earl O. Coek t.01 & s. by <0 ft E.
than .
accrued iitereft or for all Bradford County, Florida and the Appear.To
Lou 3 Irlk 15
4. AW.
8 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday of the bond offered will be entertained. approving opinion of (lles J. I'dt- Edna Iason whose residenceand in SE ror-
Wart City 8":0 OaT lIa.rrells' ..!3 ncr of Lot 2 Dlk'
The bonds will be awarded I..r"on"qulr.. and I'altt-r.son. Freeman address (i. i o 'onnie Jacob- .
There will l.t SW!. OfNW' :;
night at 8 o'clock. loueH bidder son. H20 15>ith : Livingston Trnny -
to the offering to Kichard.-on & Watson. Ja> kKonxilli Street Flushing, '
15 T :0 :0 JL IL
Molt 1.14NW'4 A Co. S D
Wed. the bond the lowest interest Long Island. :Neb York. I of
*. Florida will be
meeting every purchase at furnishedwithout
be I
prayer 21
You I
cont to the City. Suih cost to cost to the purchaser of the are hereby notified that a 2! Homer
at 7:30 at Strickland'shouse. suit for W"a of SEt, otSEI. Lot A B J ft AUki" .: ;
be determined by deducting the total bond There will aliII.If furnished .
I t'\'Ctpt that of lot 3 Blk 31
All are welcome to any and amount of any premium bid from the usual closing papers including Divorcehas part S. ot Brook- Livingston Trnkjr
the of interest certificate : been filed against you In the
aggregate amount a stating that there I I
look for Hd. & SE ofSEI. & Co. S-n of XE'
sen-Ices. 4
May above named
of these Court
all and
cause and
upon all cf the bonds from th..lrdate is no !litigation pending affectingthe n of
IS 7 :0 n. u. MttNE' USI XEi4
until their maturities. you are required to ltora copy of u 6:2 Lola
? rttpectlve. validity of the bonds. Little .
for I Lots .
you ot SEl.o6 I. 7. 9
your answer or pleading to the u. g. Blk ;;: ; ;
The purpose of the issuance of complaint on the PlalntlU's : (tpt the i. 6 SI U T. 4 Co's:

};a'hold must b.. encio..ru *'% ascaled these bonds is to finance the cost Attorney T. Frank Landrum. acres & except Z Add to Stark :| 6 :2

OF.'ln.'L SOTICK OF SALE envelope marked "Proposal of. improvement. to certain Blr..h..Enu. Starke. Florida Acres In S'V coT- Lola 2. 3. Kilt I Piimua Carr 71HoUrt
a\ and thoroughfare in the
for fewer Revenue lnda" and Clt of
fWI.OUOVO ncr NEt4 ext-ept Rd. HighT
.. B..4. b. by certified City of Starke.Bidders and file the original In the office of I fE' 1& :0 3 H. .31. Yott Add -
ewer He,e e I must accompanied a the Clerk of the Circuit 1 U3AU way to Stark* !9 6:2
( II f .! Ntr. KUrlda
fealed bids will be received tyIh payable unconditionally to the order the interest rate or rates not to "xc..d I 15 day--of June. H53 N. of Kd. %3 7 :o i: -'. G. Heath 2.91 I plea! Add to Stark* 21 6:2

City Council of the City
Hark, Florida at Its regular place which" no interest will be allow multiples of 1/8 or 1/10 of IV; Complaint will le taken as confessed N EL4 of SE1- except Lot 5 of Elk 1

of meeting at the City II a II, h ed. Award
Mark. Uradford County. Florid be on tbe date above stated upon tban'thr..e rates of interest and This notice shall be publishedonce ccrner 30 7 21 30 Secondo Cacipanella 10.83 RK 15 ft W of NE L'ro\\"ud AUI.u! 1 iii

until I o'clock P.M. Eastern Stand receipt of the bid and the checks of must specify in his bid the amount each week for four consecutive Lots 35, 36, 37. 39. corner of Wij of

ard Time on Tukday the 11th day I fhe uisuoceffcful bidden wilt be returned and maturities of the bonds of each weeks in the Bndford County Tele. in Woodlawn 11 5 23 40 Guy FrIgo Adra. 37.54 XEi; of SEV t-f

(.f June A!). 1HS. at which time and immediately. The check
place all tldi will to publicly opened the uccenkful bidder will be helduncathed dates must haInt..rp..t at the Hated this 13 day otIa), 1953. Lots 8, 9, _& all thence \\'. 100 ft

and read for |40.('0000 Sewer< I a* security of the performance same rates Xo bid of less than par (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. naroy lot 10V.. of Kd. to pt of beg

Jlevenue Ilond. dated May I, 13 5S cf hi. bid. but In the and accrued Interest or for less Clerk of the Circuit Court in Woodlawn 1% 5 2! 27 Edward G. thence S. 200 ft

and maturing serially tn numerical I event that the successful bidder than all of the bonds offered will By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Blllicger 11.04 W. 220 ft X 200

rder .In the years and amounts ai shall fail to comply with the term be entertained. The bonds will beawarded 5/15 4t '/5 Lot 37 in Wood- It E. 220 ft to

follow: I lot his bid. the check may then be to the lowest bidder offering lawn 19 5 22 10 R. L. Watkins 3.10 Pt of Beg ;j I 2:

Year A....! cashed and the proceeds retained aj to purchase the bonds at the !NOTICE TO APPKAH EI, of NW>; of SE!. 22 5 22 10 Elis. Prince Lots S. 4. Elk B UftJ7 CrU sMannlt 7 17

nu 13.000 and for full liquidated damage lowest interest cost to the City. !a Clrealt C_r.. Bradford C...ty.PUrldat Band 466 I'inehur&t S/l
Such cost to be determined by deducting :J 11 22
a Chaaeery.Jessie
1)55 3.000 The right to reject any and all S l.f; of Blk 25 W. Grabam

l tU :3.000 bids U rnernd.I the total amount of any M. Cooper, Plaintiff, vs. La u ley 23 B 22 Geo. F. Young :..0 1 S 1A.. in SE corner andq-r. 7 U

W7 4.000 premium bid from the aggregateamount Howard D. Cooper, Jr.. Defendant. One lot 23 ft. X & of XE14
City of Starke, Florida of interest all of the
IISI 4.000 upon Case Xo. 9302 S by 100 ft E. NE'i

mt '..000UU I fly Carl Johns bonds from their date until their Nellie. To Appear. & W. on W side Tract A of West J9 I 2: I C. R.Charlca. nfl41. 3AIIdella )

4.000 City Clerk. I respective maturities.Each To: Howard D. Cooper. Jr. whosen"ld..n..t of State Street Tine SID ;j C
ltd 5.000 5/15 5t CIO..IUL bid must be enclosed! in ast'al..d and address is: 854 North bounded X. by Com 300 ft X from a Devlin if:

envelope marked "PrI.IsaIfur Carolina Street. Mobile, Alabama. I'eele and S. by SW
I I'tilities llevenue Bonds ad You are hereby notified that corner of .
: a Griffis W. Law- XWt; of SE' _
W1IY-VAY MORE when ESTER VUTIt K OF hlLK muM be accompanied by a 'ertifieor suit for 4 &:
< < icy 23 6 22 Henry C. Crtffis 1.57et run 1-;. 250 ft S
SHOOOO.OOVtllllle bank cashier's cheiL for 11.=-00. Divorce care and custody of al .
BROOK offers the beet fountain He....e !)..<]. 00 payable unconditionally to the minor child 90 ft E 210 ft X
Lot I S-D of IMkli.
Illy .! blarke. KI.rU. order of the City of Starke, Florida,. has been filed against you In the Town of Law. 250 ft W 4$0 ft

jn$ at only $3.37 Wide variety I Sealed bid will be receive. by on which no interest will be allow above named Court and cause and ley East of Rail- flag S 160 ft to pt of oJ.

the City Council of the City of ed. Award or rejection of bids will you are required to serve a copy of Lucille KftUu'3.U except E. of
way in 23, 24. 25 26 5 22 I'.d.
of colon ud points at BIUD- .
tark4!. Florida at its regular I be on the date above stated upon L your answer or pleading to the Com at SW Cornerof Lots I. 2 of Elk 3 u I :: Thoniaa Agt. 10 '!9
place of meeting at the City complaint the Plaintiffs
receipt of the bid and the checks of on
Blk 18 &
Hall, IT Starke, lYadford ,'..Uflty. the unsuccessful bidders will be returned -I Attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr. run Lincoln city (Sot 'i
274 ft for
a ( SE', W of Jly.) 33
Starke Florida 'Z::
immediately The eh..k ot liatUe
I' r>t of bet, thence Wl* n* l.nt 1 Ittl.C Staikei j II)
I and file the original In the officeof
the successful bidder will be heluncahed <
run viso ft. N. Lincoln
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton City (S i
as security of the performauce
or before the 102 ft. E. SO ft. of SEU W of Hy.) 55 6 SJS3
WHEN I of his bid. but in the nlaa 1.
even 1 day of June. 1953; i;. 102 ft to pt Lots 2, 3. of ink 6Lincoln Smith II:)
that the suices.sful bidder shall fall
v E of
M.O Beginning. Townof
otherwise the City (S'fc
allegations of said
to with the of
IT'S YOUR comply terms his bid I.
wtey East of of SEi W.
J! the "h..k then be cashed andthe Complaint will be taken as con I of Hy.) K 6 :: lllttlt
may SUrkes
Hailway in23 24. Lots 5 ,
teased by you. I 7 of Blk 6 b ( i
i proi eed.i retained as and for Eliza McClenton :.3'
25, 26 5 2! Lincoln
'!'full This notice shall %e published City (S**
CALL liquidated damages.The once each week for tour consecutive Lot 27. Town of of SE', W. of Uy.) 33 11
I right to reject any and all weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Lantey East of Lots 1. 4. 5. 7. 8 ChrIstina L. Dlfg i ,,7

LOCAL bdis received.City Hallway in 23. :'. I Klk 13 Line In

of tark". Florida Dated thjs 2S day c.f April 195S.: 25, 26 5 22 J. W. Barber :2.13 City (Si, of SE'4\

OK LONG 311 or 250-J Uy Carl John (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby W', of X 335: ft of W. of H).) 32:: 1:2

City Clerk. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I lot 30 Ton of Lot 4, Illk 14 Lincoln Ham* Sttrks T nCaea

IISTANCEMOVING :5/8 5t 6 '5 Ify Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I.tutey East of City (SH of

FOR SAFE DEPENDABLE, 5/1 4t 5/22:: Hallway in 23, :4, 5L4v.. of Hy) 33 C. :%
( U.L
FOR RIDSllre J. II. Moore 4.78 J. Smith
25. 26 SLot 22 Lot 8 of Illk 1 Security 3.o
\. To Hooflnic <'.ntrartorMarLe. \OTIf H TO HKI1ITOHSIn
ECONOMICAL SERVICE 42: Town of Law- Homenite

FloridaSealed the Court of the County Judge tey East of Kail- In NV'4 of XWU 35 I ..
-- -- --- ----- bids will be received by Bradford Florida Will Lee J.S8 23 Mrs. IVai. TIanko
County. la Pro way in 23. 24, 25. 2( 5 22 N\4 of SW14 Jg s 22 n 13It
The Hoard ..t Public! Instruction of ha Ic. W 1 acre of Lot Com 210 ft K of XW! It Au Hunter ,d

1 Bradford I'.unt'lond.1., at the office In re-: Estate of Fred A. .
ALVAREZ AND SON .I of Superintendent of Public Deceased. Scott 43 Town East of of Lawicy Kallwav -- corner XE4 of& XWli run of S. #

Instruction' in Statke, Florida up to To All Creditor's and Persons Hav- In 23. 24, %5. 26 5 7: Harry Kitties. 2.91 410 ft H. 420 ft

TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. 10 a< ilt>.'k AM.. KST. Monday. jag tl.lm. or Demand '&.1.... Lot 54 except 1 lot X. 210 ttV.. 420 .

I June 1 I. 1951:: at \\h'b time and place Said Kclftte: In XW corner & ft to pt of leg
For Delcher Bros. 5 7 22
Agents all bids received will .be publicly! You and each of S. 2 Sail* Miller
you are hereby lot 55 Town of 7 'j'
., of '
Court Fla. 'opened and read aloud for furnishing notified and required to XEIJ f 3 25 <* C. H.
Perryman Bldg. S. St. Starke, all materials and present any lonely East of AH that portion of Salta 10 2 !
and ,claims and demands which you. or Hallway in %3. 24, G. II. Puree 5.S6 S>i of 8EU ofSE14
q cunctrui lingHKHOOFIXi I i either of
you, have
may against the 25. 26 5 22

I Ij HHOOKK.lt M'IIOOI.nroober. .estate of Fred n A._.S_ r.tt_ __. ri_._.r_._._ai.H_ _. .,II; of VWI. nf .. "-,,_. n__ r ativi4 a-ra_ t'd W Hd of_ County 1'1: .... ..
-- ow ..u. "
.un. u .
I-lorltla I. -- -- -- ..
late m9
of said County to the iii AJ1Ulon
County :5 5; 23 Lot S in Kesiler-s ) Lazaracit a" *
Any bid received after the spedfied !- Judge of Bradford

time and date will not be con- at his office in the County court ,house Florida.of S'.IE4; of SW of ....I...... 10 C. C. Frttt 3,51 11 Add HofRlk H 19 7 jJ Ewrna Ml ton 4 to

"idered.Ka said County at Starke. Florida. N'! of NE'4 of NEt 5 C1)'de Lte 2.74 I SE'. 6t NE'; n 1) T S Gladys L SJuftr i
Mark On Your Calendar <'h bid must be accompanied within eight calendar months fromthe ot iE'-. 26 5; 73 swi, of XUH; 2 7 4t Guest GriStle I u: ,m
(: ):: by certified .h..k : i 22
a or bid bond in time of the first publication (.( S\\'I. ot SWI, ofSE' XH of SWH of II OMM OrUfi it I uTr
the of
per cent of the this notice. Each tlaim or demand I. & V1 of SE'; ,
except Hy.n
base bid as guarantee that the bidder shall be 7 22 11
in writing. and shall state I-I, ot SWI. ofSE' Com at SW Tydas I:- CIt
if awarded the contract, will the place of residence and corner
post & F.4 ofivi4 of XE of XE<
BIRTHDAYS within ten consecutive calendar office address of claimant 4
and shall ot SW ofSE4 & run X 150 yds .
.ANNIVE1AHIES dayafter written notice beinggl'pn be sworn to by the claimant. his 26 5 22 :0' Presley &. Tbuan17 for pt of teth..nr@ e

of such award enter into awrlttCn agent or attorney, and any such Green 10.n run E 70

,'ontract with The Board ofPublic claim or demand not &o filed shall WI of sr'4 ofN"4 X 70 yd. W 70 yds
And Instrui lion of Bradford. bb \'ord. yd*
ot SEt. :5 S 22 5 hat.fol & Deltl K 70 yds to pt of
County Florida In accordance with Wilbur

OTHER SPECIAL DAYS the a. ..epted bid and give a contractsurety As executor of the A. Scott I.ut,11I Lot 8 In recta- S etsorn I.40 Ink J'tK S except lots S3 t *% 1 John June :t

,_ You Should Remember b.>nd satisfactory to said and Testament of "Fred A. vile 35 5 22 : Tbc. :!trotg 4 U 3 through 22
.n an amount equal to oehllndr..d Scott deceased Lot 9 In Put.- Hampton Park

_ With Flowers per cent of the contract First publication May 1. 1S53. "1Il. 3S 5; 2! 5 Green & Strong 4.61 XEi4 of PEW Jeo.-

pi 1. r 5,1 4t 5/22 1 acre In NW corner :21-sw,; of vw%

When )ou send flower, a* N.; i.idd.imay withdraw his bid of IC'. ot SW U S 2! 1 Willard &. Crawford & W", .f SW" of

rrruenibrance gutt.paka : fur a ,)"II..d of fifteen days after I :..nWI. SvT.. No'.
4 your SOT1Ii: 3! S!
a fitl'itoiitri: T
your Rood> judjeuient -- j the date set for the opening thereof I. the 4ouaty Judge'. Court ot NEt4 1D 11 2! 41) Kays &; Mills 11.51 SW'4 of XWt4 El- M Mr*. Sarah rtvff 3 i iJ
'VL4 ot SW ofE'4
!i All work shall be aone in arcordI Uradford fvnniy. cept that portion
ialr of Flor
a. "-U .1> )our good !'= 11 6 2! 10 J. M. Lancaster :.31 lying
-. I r with plan- specifications and ida.Jttate between RH
\\I"hm..uJt u' about any other tontrait documents relative of Fred A Si-tt, Deceased. N'-4 ot SWI. ot I &: Hd. ltd. &

occasion or any drtlrwl ar- I therein "hI. h may be examined at The !Mate of Florida to Ill I'ersuas !SEt,, ot 6 SE SW. of1E' 15 C 2! 30 E. E. horn 11.11 except that portion .

PHONE 218 rancuwnt. the office of the Superintendent of Interested in the IIII.'e: of ...ldI ofm'l. X of County
I'Lltot" I Ii.-tru't Ion, Starke. Florida >e<-endentiYou ot EI.t :; Annie graded Rd 35 7 n 1) .
J.1i A.
: ot SWI 11 11 U Uillikia } 1 .,
i i't at I ti.- offue of Sanford W Join are hr.-hy notified that a I Com at SW cornerof

;, A; hitt. Cainesville.: Florida written instrument purporting to EI2 ot SE ofE4 KW. of :o.'W'4

COLONIAL FLORIST i i'luns. : the Last Will and Testament of !' except Iacres ft run E S31 ft

I d.., uments may be obtained from said d..d..nnt halo been admitted In SB cor.nn 15 11 22 1! Ernest Den C.OS for a pt of net

the offue, of the architect. Xo deposits to probate in said Court. thenre run E. CIO
NONA ST. Starke, Fla. are required. You are hereby commanded with Com at SE corner ft N U5 ft W 121
I HidJt-r.s I in ot Scotion I run ft theme SE
qualifications must be i cia calendar months from the par.
I satisfactory to The Rear of Public date of the firM publication .f this W..I05 Ft for aPt with Ry 43$ ft to

iistruiti-n of Bradford County notioe to appear in said i of beg. thence Pt ..f Beg 11 I JJ
court and II
I S. 185 tt WlOSftSlOSftE Harvey JohnsoaW
irida.! I show cause if any you can why run Com at SK cornerof I io;

I The Pard of Public Instruction the action of staid r.mrt. .m.. .j_ HW,, of 1\"W'4
., 105 f1 to Dt of ___ .
milting said
f Bradford County. Florida, ye.rrs will to probate should I beg. n -- :0 6 22 1.' ltfr ITeftU %1,13 Jt: run XV 11-- -9t- *.-A

/ ".- the right to waive informalit not stand unrrvoked Com SE side i of Kd for a
: In any bid and to reject any OFFICIAL SEAL Theron A. Yawn. section & run pt of beg thencerun
p. i all bids. County Judge. W IU ft N
W 31$ ft for aPt
The Doard of Public Instructionof Dy Bradford County. Floridx of bag th.nCrun 451 ft E 4IC ft
Betty A.
Phillip rierk to ltd
Bradford W thence S
County. Florida. First X. 10 S ft
INTEGRITY fly II. P. Morgan publication! on May 1. 1953. 210 ft S 105 ft alongW mild. of *

f ....tarJ'. II i 1 4t 3/22. E 110 ft to pt of '-. Rd to pt. of I.fic 1: t 23 5 Ira C Fraser! n 3d
rrerattMr :1.., wt.2 of Lot It cfBJk
j 5'S It 5 %! beg' 28 %!
I >OTKK TO tPPKUt I lot 330 ft E A Mt. I-Jueant.

of conduct and dealing with better I.. MITICK ro1"1" .: U\ I. Clre.lt ('..r.. Bradford County &: W by 33S ft SiD as recordedin

('1..1. (-...ri. Bradford County Morldat I. t ....N'rr.: X & S in XW Plat Book 2. a

- thoughtfulness and economy in .Ui Klorldni l. l banrrry.Zbmlaw Juanita fluster. Plaintiff vs. Don- corner of XWfc of pare 45 II a 23 W. M. Graham 3
M Koehr. Icy E. Gunter 2 Alma Track 1 B Mt Pleasant
Plaintiff v j. Defendant XWV. 21 22 HocghJchnle 2.45
our serving these mark the reputable j Wanda 1.. Koehr, Df'ffnd.1nt.CUt'S.. I Cue So. 9793 Lot 3 &ik 1. San- SD as recorded

>. 9124eile. I >otIce To Appear. Acres S. D %1' 22 Chest 2.97 in Plat
I ny
of this well known firm.
quality i I To
I To tpprarTo Donley. 'lunter. Book. page 45
'e whose reel- Lot t Blk :. Snn- JJ. 21 Fred Dodd 3 ZO '
Wanda L. Koehr. whose restdene dence and address ?. Unknown I ny Acres SID %1' 22 Alberta Tyson illt7l 11.4 Acre in SE 11

..r:: and address is: Thomaston Tour are hereby notifiedthat Lot 10 Blk 2. Sunny corner of PE .4 of
- I Connecticuti suit for aJ. Acre SID 31 6 2% VTm. Darla Jr. SWIi t 30 ft

i are hrrbv. Dotltl__ n____ ..-..-., Divorce I. Lot 3 h'1U. Sunny of SEJ"t flf 8'-
suit f(\r has been filed againtt yoU In the AcresD :!1' 2! IL A. Manama 2.71 except :2 lots to

DeVVITT C. JONESPhone Divorcekas you abonamt1l are Court and cause and I W of Blk I S of Robert J. nodd U I 22 II Fred S. Dodd ;o.J5 P

been filed against! you in the required to serve A copy cf 1:. 2V.. except 1 :iE'4 ot SW ofXE'S
7 Starke rIa.at your
JI: above answer or pleading
named Court and cause and plaint Acre in XE corner Sc 4 Acre In
on the
you are required to serve a copy of Plaintiffs Attorney & except II.t N'\ corner orEEI4

;: your answer or pleading to the com Joseph Bulldu K. Skipper' 21 Graham in SE corner of SE'4 U a 23 II I'red" Le.wj : ? oi

a '.ressrsa _tsstss-S plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and file g. Jacksonville, Florida I 105 ft X. & W ZIt It of E. 110
:;! T. Frank Landruia, SUr),;.. Flor the Cl 'rk of original the fn the office of by 210 ft E. & W&Eiof81kl ft ot SE'4 of
Funeral Director Ambulance Service ida. Circuit Court 7sE
. or before the on 'I 21 3 22 II Fred & Oedi < :-2
:- and file the original in the IS day of .
office of 1953 May S. of R. 3 W. Lot n 1ndIan

,'t: Our local funeral home enable tu to offer convenience- anj I the before Clerk. of the Circuit Court- -- nn-- aid ('nm.ii.otherwise. ,, ...,ill the K-allegation h'...... ._ ct! TtmDlu giD %1' 21 9 w. E DowJJlr11..41 n___ .,I Beath- -- n--,-,c. .I -- "tt''" SW-- -C'u. .... ...
the 15 -----
lor day of June I fessed by .ell a. con.: x no"tt ofof1l1k6S.OfR W Lot 2 Indian CeacaU

- services not otherwise available. (J953.said ; otherwise the allegations of j This notice you. shall be I .tt X.. 2 25 S U 2M crt J. Cavim :s 51
teased ml be taken as con once each week for four published 2 W. & X. ISO ft Lot S Indian Beach
"* I. by
you. consecutive
.- ..flflJtSSSSSSt.. rsrsnssssn ssssrr This notice weeks in tbe Bradford County of E'i of Blk C Unit No. 3 35/24 t 23
shall Tele
be published graph. .*. of R 3 W. & I 9 22 14 W. IL Seott ( n

W. fur lab. the highest type service at lowest prices andaccept once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele Dated this 23 day 1 NW'4ofBlklSof 'l

= ANT life Insurance policy In force, lasted by ANY graph. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charl". n"by R. 3 W. except -

Dated this 13 Clerk c.r the Crcut ,r. 1cre tn
day of Court.
company. u payment in part or in full on a funeral. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Charles May A.IS5J Darby Iy Marian! L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Temples S/D 21 I 22 4 w. C. M Cord 14J2 J. P.. KELLT.

Convolution carrtea no obligation. r Clerk of the Circuit Court 4/24 4t 5/15 I Lot 7 Blk 18. Xo. TAX COLLECTOR
Ey Marian L. Reno S 'D In SWH
Crosby Deputy Clerk -
5/15 4t 5 OTire
I. Clre.H& I W1i Of SE14 of r/I 4t S/U
Court, Bralll.rll C laity fE1i %1 I :: Marie Dukes U1


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FRIDAY. 31.1m
f ; I, -
erals are present in the dry mill men, nearly all of whom are residents ten years ago there was no known i j ed. Tha areaQ Trail Ridge is one !three principal types of the ore
I The Mining llmenite tailings. including zircon stauro- of the area. Most of themen :method for its econoxic extrac- ''of. those. After the deposits were i sand, rock and slag.

0 Ute, kyamte.: silhmanite and oth- I who built the establishment ;;lion. Only the development of the i located a leas to develop them I This coal black sand U turned
ers. Of these, the Starke opera ;in 194.9 are still on the job, assisting 'spirals system by the Humphreys I:was negotiated by the Du Pont into the whitest white pigmentever
HowIt's Done tion is presently separating sta- in the operation. !'Corporation made it commercially;,Company with trustees of the Internal I. road*titanium dioxide bv

I I Ii : urolite. which is used in making j The entire operation is planned !I feasible. For every two tons of Improvement Fund of Florida !a complicated chemical process
I cement and zircon, used in the .so there will be no waste of tim 'I:I ilmenite recovered there. it is and the State Armory Board. : in plants of the Da Pont Comp-

i ti.f ,, ranufacture of ceramics and in .ber. At present the area is cover i i|necessary to dig out 100 tons of It is a long-term, renewable lease. i any. Major importance of ilme
s : foundry use led witix second and third growth :,''sand, plus a lot of buried trees. ,It requires the Da Pont Company ;nite has been as a source for the
I The zircon plant at Starke isi j,timber and ig used for grazing i This compares with other: deposits ,to develop and continue the mining snow-white pigment. The latter i-

plant within a plant This operaon j under the control of the. Florida :being mined which run up to '75 i of ihnemte them It provides used widely in paints because
I '; is owned and operated ex- State Anrory Board. tons of the ore in every 100 tons i that the Board: shall receive all '.pound by pound it hides surfaces
'luslvely by Humphreys Gold Blasting crews move ahead of ,of material taken up. ; income from timber and grazing, 'better than any other pigment,
Corporation. It reslurries the tailings ;the dredge clearing the land of The oldest commercial source of which is continuing, as well as a'and in rubber paper nylon. radon

I from the dry mill and em- timber (principally for pulpwood ,;I imeaite. and probably the most :royalty of 30 cents for every ton printing inks, and many other F
oloys spirals to produce a con- and stumps for turpentine The ,famous is a black, sandy: beachin ;;of ilmenite removed. It also pro- products.
.I 'entrate containing about SO per area ahead continues to be used what was Travancore. India. !rides similar royalties for any i Since 1848. the Du Pont To-

ent zircon and less than one per for grazing. Under the long-term ,The concentration there is rich, other commercially salable ores pany has been pion-.rins the ,.n"-!

I ent of either:: quartz or nonmag- lease with the State, the rtvenue running about 75 per cent ilme .which might show up there. The mercial development of titanium
netic aluminum. The spiral con- from timber and stumps as well :nite. It is easy to get because it State retained the right to bold ,.in its metallic form. Althoughthis
.I 'entrate is then dried and retreated .as income from grazing, goes to is n-.erely scooped up and con- Hilary maneuvers on any part :: is comparatively new titanium t -

1 on electrical separatorsand ,.the Florida State Armory Board. : centrated slightly before being 'of the land not actually being ,, promises to become one o?
magnets to produce a product This is in addition to a royaltyon ':, shipped. Hand labor shippingcosts mined. i the major structarrl met.iU I-:
which is approximately &9 per the ore removed. and international difficulties llmenite is the principal titan '',strength-weight ratio is better

'ent zircon, which is sold as a i i The lake is back-filled by the mike the shipment of ore ium-bearing ore. Titanium itsel I I than that of any eomironly use I
-now-white product in 100 pound ,remaining sand and is restored( ':'from India less attractive at this is a metallic element and a lot 01 metal and its corrosion rest-tan* "'
bags. ''to approximately its present level time. industrial know-how is requited is excellent This metal is ,I-

t The Trail Ridge "mine" oper- and surface smoothness Within recent years, other to get ititit of ilmenite. whuh strong as steel, yet weighs i>n N

ates around the flock seven days Concentrations of ilmenite in sources on the American continent is composed principal! .if ov.des half .1-, much It i> he.ivie' HIM

per week, and employs over 20C the sand there are so low that have been discovered and develop- of iron and t.tamuT: There ne .t'.uiy.ijMirsi! but U\ .>e .is stung
('I1)e-up Flew of ('orks! reii -lihe Humphreys SpiralsA

dredge on a "traveling lake" in in.- dir< ton: of the work ted to approximately 45 tons per

18 mining quartz sand at the rate moving in where sand is removed :I hour averaging 4i per cent heavy

of 1.HJ() tuna per hour on 2.300 and b<-:ng pushed forward by the I mineral This concentration >4: accomplished -

leased acres of the Camp man'1'I I sand deposited in back. by erployin1.100
ing reservation east of Staike. I In this unusual mining operation concentrator spirals angina! iy d"-

This unique operationlargestof I the sand is pulley up by a 20-./ signed by Humphreys Golrt a, a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
inch suction dredge and better method of concentru.npgold
its kind in the world is for pipeo'directly
sands Each Humphrey -
the purpose of recovering: lIme to a floatin."sr.lral"
nice a coal back! mineral which barge. Due to the fact that much I ral concentrator is made of cast

paradoxically- the raw materialfor sand in the Trail Ridge area is iron trough-shaped sections, I lubber -

titanium dioxide, the whitest i -emented into a rock-liit: forma lined, and so designed that
then assembled they form a helix.
white paint pigment known to lion Co.T monl)' calleJ hard-pan
it has been necessary to IT prove The slurry is introduced at the top ,

man This unusual development of one !the dredge to the point where it of the helix and flows by gravity be the home of

of Florida's natural resources industry is field now to considered be the most by modern many d'f'd-t'in th: down water the are spiral.carried The to the sand outer and is proud to

has created a new permanent
section of the trough. lighter
now in its fifth year, of- n operation. Positive control of I
and most of the wa-j
I sand grains
'he is
fenng tmploy.rent to more than dredge-digging equipment
flow in this .uter
ter continue to I
Zoo f'rsons1th a weekly payroll accomplished by employing a
section and is pumped to waste. I
of about 15000. The Large constant speed motor operated .
operation is carried on by the' through a magnetic type I The heavy sand or mineral moves I so
of the many
toward the inner edge
Humphreys Gold Corporation of clutch. Actual digging is dare by
trough and is collected as a con- ,
Denver Colorada, for the E. I. i six-foot cutter attached to it i :
duPont de Nemours Co. of Wilmington nine-Inch steel shaft by 200 horse centrate. !
This concentrate of ore is pumped
Delaware. Dower rotor through a totally enclosed I
reducer. to a big "dry mill" which is
To start the operation a man- gear land building. In this I
a permanent
made "lake", about half a mile The "spiral" barge; which receives mill, the ilmenite is fuither concentrated I

long and 500 feet wide, was dug I :s normally the sand referred from the to as dredge' the by high voltage electrical -, Humphreys Gold and du Pont Personnel

out of the sandy soil. A dredge, "wet mill". This is in effect the and magnetic separators. Fro r
and "wet" mill", both floatingon the dry mill l, the black ore is I
heart of the process where approximately -
the lake pick up the ,sand !j shipped to Du Pont plants at Baltimore /'
front extract the black ore, and 1100 tons of ore per Maryland, and Edge Moor

pour the sand back in a* 'in behind hour containing about four percent Delaware. Output is about 100,0001tons !

thetv Thus the lake travels heavy mineral are concentra- per year. Several other min- ,

but will have to stay a while


J. Howard Magee, whose.wifeis !

bjr lira Hara Mcl>on J I Ii died on Thursday May 14. He I 90 ,
i I .vas buried in Baltimore. Mr. Magee 'LtJ CiIy '...M-,1Jl/fIf''M

The Keystone Heights School the home ran do to safeguardthem. will be remembered as a fre- '
will close on Thursday May 23. quent winter visitor in Keystone

Graduation exercises will\) be held Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reamer will Heights. /-J_
on Wednesday at 8 p. m. The leave for their home in Meadville. Mrs. Eva Leeman of Melvin. '
pubic is Invited. This year there I i Pa. this week. Mr. Haberstroh Michigan aunt of Mrs. F.l.. % :
cat C : ;
are sit completing the eighth will accompany them part of the I Walrath Jr. died! suddenly on
grade: Alice! Dodd Jeanette Turner way. Thursday. May 14. She had been ;
.ify/we' .
Hay Hearst Wilfred Wagner, I Mrs. Maigarct Tracy is leavingfor with her niece in Keystone Heightsfor : --,

Michael Adams, and Hoger Riv- a visit with relatives in Pittsburgh seven months and had just returned -!
era. These will attend in a bodyat I : home when she was stricken -! --pA6
the morning services of the : Mrs. Hazel Buck, a former resident with a heart attack. Mr. and !
Community Church on Sunday. I I of Keystone Heights, has Mrs. Walrath went for the fu.1
May 24 The service will be devoted -II I been visiting Irs. Rivers. neral. Mr. Walrath has returnedto I 41/R4'h"d'

to the oung people of I j Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin and Keystone but Mrs. Walrath j '
Keystone who are graduating nlllt ,two children will leave Satur- will remain some time longer. I
only from the local school but also -,:day for a week in Illinois, combining -' Mr and Mrs. Eagan are leavIng 041 1 J/IVN"..1'
fiom high school. Dr. Hull business with pleasure. this week for upper NewYork I DfI

will speak on the subject "Is the .i Mrs. Tracy Baker spent last and the St. Lawrence River. ,
Young Man Safe?" He will emphasize ,''I weekend in Jasper, Ga. They will be gone all sutimer. .

the dangers besetting the., A card from Mrs. B. Weld says:I .

young people of today and what that Rev. Weld, who is in a Jack- YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE


I {We feel that we hare benefitted greatly, not only from the

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i : substantial payroll disbursed by the Trail Ridge mine in this

Our pastor. Rev W. E. Hall, .
TheE&6ke and Mrs. Hall returned home area, but also from the association with the many fine people
It! from Tallahassee Friday and :

were with us through the weekend.
!I Rv Hall brought a stirring mes- that have been brought here to live in our midst and make a

the !more! ,.sage Sunday morning and night ,
with one candidate for baptism at
worthwhile contribution to the business, social and religious
the evening service. !

I senous We are illness sorry of Roman to report Alvarez the 11 life of our community. For these reasons i we are happy to join

m a Jacksonville" hospital.

tty wa '1 .l. Rev and Mrs. J. E. Lingerfeltof in expressing our desire for many more years of successful

yt' i-i-_, liddlt'burg'isileJ Mrs. H. M. ,"
.. = ) '1
=- ,,fI."Q MrRae Tuesday morning.Mrs
= .," operation. .
-: A. R. McRae and son.

Ife 'II'r.m. --.. Buddy and the II. 'McRaes visi- .s. .
'\ ed Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson.Mr .
tJ... Mrs Owen McRae and children .
in Jacksonville Monday. They
::11, were accompanied home by little

,q':1' T. ..- .c't Harley McRae for a short visit. KEYSTONE STATE BANK D. E. PANGBORN "
Mrs. Farley of Miami! spent
aturday night with Mrs. V. E.


Visiting the H. M. McRaes last : STOREClay
;; Let us tell you how you can get the new Saturday afternoon. after enjoy-
ing a fish fry at the lake, were County's Largest and Finest (
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Hal ran and ,

RCARoom Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sterns of i.: 3E
Jacksonville. Mrs Virde Bohannanof : WHITE FEATHER COURT i iI
De Luxe AccommodationsS.
Air Conditioner Norman of Heilbronn Springs, I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and .
;;; E..ry.n.WaM.-G..vi..AkC..dA..ina A silt for trtry ro.... E. 1cKA Y, REALTOR t
and family. Mr and Mrs.
,., Jwtl .... r..t D.r _
10 Arthur McRae and son Mrs. V. Real Estate, Mortgages E
Harry! Thousands are buying $l< r:.: and>ear 'l'Oundbrulhinccomfortlhis 229.50 IE. Thornton and others. Then KEYSTONE INN i iHARVEY'S
.sun i&exprtuive way.And,we find most want :- m the evening Mr. Sterns
= RCA. Let u$ tell you about the year No dt1.. po 1;.'"/ showed on the screen the 50Ui REXALL DRUGSWALKER'S Mrs. Larkin D. Weeks, Mgr.
_ 'round benefits of air conditioning and i
'' all RCA's exclusive feature Call now! Tott vp 'o 'wedding anniversary of the H. M.
AVA'UUE 79 ...!. to !! McRaes in 1950. -
. t *CA fAcroir SERVICE pcy
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mynck ,
:.....1 '!Viand children visited Mrs. Sle'My- SERVICE STATION R. A. Weeks Mgr.BEASLEY'S .

r. rick at Lake Geneva Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Jirr.mCrosh"
:; and son visited Mrs. Crosby's CANDY'S GULF STATION SERVICE STATION

Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers parents at Brooker Sunday
We were glad to have Mr and
PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA. Mrs Loran Conner of Sylvania. -

Ga with us at church Sunday I

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and Best Wishes '

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Florida Theatre Howard's Drugs & Prescriptions Starke Motor Court

Koch Drug Store Ben F. HallGeneral Contractor The Farmers Supply

Starke Builders Supplies Stefanelli's Gro. & Mkt.
Winkler Electric ServiceS.

R. Johns Grocery \ 222-22t Temple A\e. Phone 166 Volley Starling's Gro. & Mkt.

Tuck's Auto Cafe Broadway's Service Station Lawson's Cold Storage & Mkt.

Service Center Station Florida Power & Light Co.
E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating
Prevatt's Bullington's Studio
R. Wainwright
Alvarez Store -- Est. 1894 Major of Starke Leila's Dress & Gift Shop

Simpson Urquhart Pontiac The Washeteria/ Robins' Dept. Store _
!: Dowling Motor Sales, Inc. Seaboard Oil Company Gem Jewelry I

L. F. Dinkins Service Station H. C. Wall Agency Park Theatre II

Denmark Furniture Co. Starke Hardware Co. Charley E. Johns & Son Agency

I The CI C' Florida Bank At Starke I f
_5 Doyle eaner. C. H. D rIggers Furniture
. MEMBER F.D.I.C. i j
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West End Grocery Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Andrews Motor Company I II I

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