Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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S' S -. BDS To Graduate

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; TS T-- p 77 Tonight;; .

J( S S : .s-4. # 1.- S_ .1 Is Largest Ever To Build" 22 Homes Here

;; School tonight
-; Bradford High

in Memorial Stadium will graduate -

77 young .men and wo en- Starke Has Limits ----S -g New Blanding d.

the largest graduating class recorded :- ,

I tory.5Hig1igIfts in Bradford County's.his- Of City Extended Site Of Suburb

, "Don' build ''It too bi&-but; 1- -Polaroid j-Mlnute; Photos 'by the Te egraPbS .' I: of fonight'17 students ceremonies --

bund It 110 that h'. the.beit::01 ene In the courthouse Sunday morning as John V. D. Saundr3, ? long-awaited by speech to 5 The largest housing project

Its kind for It.. sze.7S (sanding: eft" holding paper) read report of survey to help determine delivered. will be the. the main Ron., Doyle By Legislature ever attempted in Starke-it alms
'I be
Ii !108pitsl needs or-Bradford County. Seated at ta.tle.ith backs toicanCra i i E. Conner, state representative .4 to build 22 homes-Is now under

That seemed to be they gist < t arc members of the Hospital Board ot Trustees from the county, himself 'a, BHS etL
'a: 'tri ,etmg" held.1 the;. c& ithoUse MaclacMan rector of the Medical Center Study -at the University graduate. S ; The state legislature )n, Tal1aIhasM'e S : Road one mile east oStarke,

here .last ,Sunday, .J1lOrning. yhen;,'or Fi rida: Others'lIstenmg tci the rrrt are: Dr. Edward Jeiks. ntel: Also on, the r.gram are the gavetheir'oltjy: to extend- announced R. (Bobby) V. Tur- -
nero secretary-treuure '
the final report of exha'tive. Willers ,of Tallahassee of awards by Charles thStar1e's ,!iJy limits as de- th.f:
Jacksonville surgeon: I R. administrator presentation ;i, SSc Acme Home Builders ari4iwer. .
read : purpose ., 4s.Lntendent
wu tor..ttle ired
survey principal by the City Council subject S
R. W. Graham, architect'ural aosistant; Mack s. Partin, sUpervising '
of ,data whfcl\--w0u4 ;Memorill Hospital; t6 of construction. .
of thedi' approval of a referendum In
enable planners todetermine what Futch,.attorney for hospital board: Sanford W. Coin. architect; Dr. and the presentation ptember.S I The near.$200.000 undertaking

kind and What s Z hospital Brad-t A. A Kartson: .. Dr. If. .H. Adams, and Dr. W. E. Middleton. local plomas 'by of H.public P. Morgan Instruction.,super- :The major setp of getting. state S Is being built by Acme HomeBuilders

'fof County should haveS to meet.pra.eU e In Stake: Robert q. carter. hospital consultant'with the intendent.In case. of rain tonight, the approval for widening the pe-r- Jacksonville an af-
fUiat of Glen G. SearingCon-
i.Ireds. t State Tuberculosis Baud: Dr. A., Y. Covington,.county health officer: ceremonies will be held In the (meter of the city was announced -S
struction Co. of Jacksonville _
Th- rePOrt..waa"' 1'ead by John and Dr.:T" iy. n.Smlth..professor. of sociology at the University USO building. Tuesday at the City Council by S
saundei.s. 'carididate A bulldozer the
began clearing
Van 1 :
.Dyk Carl
Florid; The girls will be attired In Johns city clerk who. said
land, which has a 840 ft. frontage,
for a doctors degree In'aoclologr white robes the boys In blue. b had spoken to Rep. Doyle E.
at the Unlversity' of .F1orlda. It Conner earlier In :last Friday. Acme workmen
The BHS band under the direc- the day in Tal-
was he who made the survey, over" 01mtyConnniSsioners OK Plan tion of Mr. Carl Roberts will tahassee.Mr. .should begin moving in equipment

"-. a :period 'of veral weeks. with I play. S \' Johns said the bill passed this Monday, said Turner.

theable'als tance'of his wfe. both the house their assistants three members of the Turner 'stated that Acme anticipates -
Last Sunday evening In the and 'senate and Surrounded by .youthful are ;

Julia Vlssotto Saunders, who Is To Loan Prisoners To Co. Road Gangs .First Baptist Church before sorne became law without the gove.r- American Legion Auxiliary who had charge of the annual poppy Day'I building on the 22 !ots
s rvlng'as research assistant In" heard nor's signature. in the area, with the home and
last Center back Irs. Paul Miller I. E.
S 600 pecsons the graduates sale Saturday. ( row) Irs.
the l-1e.:1icIl: Center study at the All that remains have lot to be sold to buyers together
the the
RL D. Halnes pastor Clark, and l\lrs. Walter l\Iublhofer.
Universi.r of Florida. I. A proposal to loan county I men per day. the cost of keeping First Baptist Church deliver the city's limits extended now is for. ':with prices ranging from $8.000

: Hearing the report was the dis- ,.Prisoners to another county where prisoners In the local pokey.A baccalaureate sermon. the residents of the. city to vote on ,'to $11,000 for two and three bedroom' -

tinq\ Shed :group pictured above. 'I they can be USEd on road gang I purely speculative guess R verend, Haines, in his'sermon, It in September. I City Council Defers Action On Giving I low built, Florida-style

S an 'on the basis otithe facts pre.sented' was approved by the Bradford shows that the county could, In said "God is seeking le.ades in Most observers feel that this homes.

It ;aerned to be generally I County Cornniissloners who Mon- ;the end, save themselves some every walk of life to' stand for is merely a formality, and that The homes will be solid ma- --

agre.ed that Bradford County's day held one of theIr shortest .-i.890 per year. Christian standards against moderniani a large majority of the. voters Water Sewerage Service To Suburb : sonary concrete block or brick
hospital should not contain less meetings In recent years-2 hours I At present It Is costing the in religion and versus coinmunisin -i want the city limits widened. construction. _

than 20, bed, nor more than 25. and 50 minutes.I county some $2.770 each year in ; In our form of government VotIng date on the referendum i Actual construction Is expected

It was po'lnted'lut that it, would I I The commlsston went home to round figures to jail an average I I and against worldly prac- will b announced later. 'Starke's City Council heard and 'edge of one of the Proposed sites:I to begin In "about !wo weeks"

be better not to attempt to mee\1 dinner, at 12:20 p. m. after: taking of six men a day for 365 days. saId Turner
tices in our every day life.: deferred action on extending sew- for the hospital and If the hos- Tuesday. Completion

:. the.complete dt, land here, rather care of' small, routine business. It these same Inmates were 1oan- Rev. HaInes challenged the grad- ,V. R. Reddish 77" er and water hues out to the newlyproposed pital were tobe, built west of the will be "someUme after the end

than build 'a hospital that would.'l Major Subject of discussion was ed" to another county, the other Acme Home Builders Drive-In. it would be only this. of the rear:' he added.

be too large and, could not 'be' the prisoner. plan proposed by county would probably pay Bradford Beginning 1st Graders housing project on the New Bland- short distance to lay the extra I Some 16 to 20 men will be bn
maintained Sheriff "P. D. ReddIsh and Judge
properly I about $1 per day per man, Dies In County big Road one julie east of Starke pipe and Unes. the job aily. -
Sanford Coins. Gainesville archItect T. A. Yawn. Must Register Today'AU
adding another $2.190 each year but did give the new group its Lucian; Hazen moved, seconded The project is being financed
has .This would send pilsoners
who beenemployed plait
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draw preliminary plans' for the to work In road gangs In counties to Bradford County if the jail Bradford County par- Volley a. Reddish 77. died okay for electricity. by ,Ewell Lawson that electricity under the Federal Housing Au-
the S At its semi-monthly meeting
population remained
structure. described the meeting.that have such labor camps. Be. same, oats who plan to enroll .their: last. Friday In his pasture while be given that area Immediate, thority.It .
and In the Hall,
taking away the $2.770 ex.I Tuesday night City Is
here Sunday as Mthmost sensible: cause there 11 only an average children In the lint grade next' doing ,his -lifelong jobfarming.Mr. to study sending the lines located on property cover-
I pense Incurred by keeping them R. (Bobby) V. Turner, secretary- out there for further ing nearly 900 ft. the
consideration. east of
of about six them today; Reddish -
awroa h, .to a building program5 Prisoners a day .In inactive at home fall must register born bred and treasurer of Acme Home Builders, I '
that he had 'ever .een. I the county jan. It has been impractica -I I (Friday), announced 1'1r. Gib50D -' living In Lawtey aU of his life of It was also resumed among Drive.In theatre.
The resultant saving Is and superintendent cQnstruc- th members that this The; smallest tot is 105
a. service ft.
to bold local speculative died
Two 81te. are now under' con a road of IUIS.. .of a eart atta k. appeared be-
tlon the project
$4,890.Howeer 5Prenta on would be given after a'home IH ft.. while the largest
tder&\l n t9f. the, bOSItI,. and tang OI1Ifh"j, ire asked to bring' ServIces were held at the Heilbronn fore the and asked for or measures
1n the prisoners the commissioners of thechild.sEaeh .' group two had ben built on the Acme 105 ft x 293 ft.
put years certificates
th, bo4fd .. &option to buy ; the birth Springs Baptist ceurch these services.

_4' both ; ..Onei nMs&5 _ot .four acres were taken oye1' to Nassau county, have to workout) the details with child expected! to'. last aJ.ll1d y with burial in the Turner stated., u related In subdh1.s1on. Depth of the frontage runs

t- on Pratt st.t IUd! ,b' part ot tbe where'- t1Qmty\ 11 sed' them Inth.e some other county: before it cango enter scbool moat readl bla"or.'he'1hbifthda -bSb1 Lake (;'em t rl J n part.olyTelegnph: The Coundl. a1so--ok11ed.pay-- 683 ft. in., the' "westand368- n. ,
.anothf-.r- -
!J. .W' White estate4TheZber: ; !! 4 t Ai a rekl .abead.Withr .p1an : S b1''D ti' ". Rev: Edgar"Wilkinson- .. preSided.. tht: he was planning- buU42. ; tri: $3.58&20 premium Inthe east S

!55 proposed .site Is l&ewlse, four Bradford County received rem un.r -1 TIiai.was: the only newsy item her 31, 1953, Mr.- Gibson said. He was an active member of homes in the subdivision and p ynfnt to the Charley E.' Johns Tre has never been a. proS
1 r eratlon from.Nassau.. In addition of business the Insurance agency for city property. ject like this built or attempted
acres and Is located just east i on commission'sagenda. Hampton, Brooker, Lawter.lIeUbronn the Heilbronn Springs Baptist would like the services. He agieed ,In
of Creek on' th the local county saved $1.25 per .. Springs, and Starke Starke previously. It herald
Alligator bridge church ,
and the W 0. W. I to pay \he city $275 per water I an approa hing boom
S new BlAnding highway,Jt belongs schools will be open for the ,Pallbearers for the funeral and sewer line to the city with I Bill Jackson moved that Clark .never before witnessed building

to L. G. PowelL A prellmiruUj Nine BradfordUnion I Shirley Olive, 5, registration Gibson added. were: David Shuford. Fred Moore.G. .I I a conditional rebate Involved if Street be opened' between Pratt city or county.Subcontracto1'3. In the

survey Is now being made of both: County Students Get ,. : the world and W. Roberts, A. J. Phillips G. the area is taken within the city I Street to 8th Street. He withdrew for the
locations 80 that a report win be. uates to go out Into 1. the motion. on
ready for the engineer3 by the UF Degrees Monday I Struck By'CarNot keep God In, their every day life Sapp, and Roy Dorman. liInl ts. I the project are: electricity-Wells
Survivors City A. J. Thomas
has include: his wife :Mrs. This latter proposition seems I Attorney Electric Service: plumblng-Ca.rl
to protect what God !
middle of next week. Mary Hicks Reddish: a daughter, ', to be an Inevitable step of the Jr.. was directed to look In the Ritch: painting-a. C.
'1"hi local hospital fund Nine students from Bradford :given them. "If you dQn't do this Buford;
Mrs J. G. Godwin, Raiford to comments of matter and report to the Council.
looking both ; two future, according and ma.teria.lS-Starke:
reach $ 3OOO when the final race and Union County area will be ways l,RevL Haines said, "We shall not Builders
little shirley Olive who marked f sons, Bryant of Lawtey and Roy the members. George L. Patten, nev.'ly-ap- Supply. S
track fund payment is U1lde thisyea graduated from the University of have the good land God provided ..
,. Last the hospital re-S Florida, in exercises Sunday and her fifth birthday Monday a. I for us." br Webster: a brother J. 'I'. of Glen G. Searing, president of pointed fOr the 8th Circuit Judge-I .

year Monday In Gainesville. broken leg when she dashed across awards to the outstand- Lawtey; one sister Mrs. G. W.Nublack : the Glen G. Searing Construction ship, had his letter of resignation Farm
ceived $33,000 from the fund, and I Bureau Tonjht
80 far this' year $38,000 has al- I They will be among 936 students I I the intersection at, Cherry and ling graduates will be given to 13 of Jacksonville: and six Co. of Jacksonville and parent accepted by the Council. He also

t who have for It Madison Sts. last Satn1'fiay. kad grandchildren and five great- organization of the Acme Build- reported that the revised City
ready gone into the fund and applied degrees. I IIs students.The The Bradford County Farm
I was struck by a I grandchildren. ers firm was also In attendance Code. containing the ordiances of
there are.atm two more payments the fifth largest graduating car. awards and recipients are: S I Bureau will meet, tonight (Fri-
I James but did not take part in discus- .he town, was ready except for'I
to com which may bring the toW I class In the InstltuUon's hIstory. I E. Cranshaw of 8th Grade American Legion day) at the County Courthouse

this year to aroend $50,000. The candidate's are: Mary E. I Columbus, Ga., driver of the car I Citizenship, Marilyn Cox and Billy Rofary.Club Hears sion. the proofreading. I at 8. AU farmers are urged to

Federal fund a of ,$60.000 have Faulkner BAE, Lake Butler; I:was held tempor3rily after the ac- ,, TOrode: Lion's Club Scholastic I' Turner stated that his subdi- The Council adjourned after S come. stated F. L. Watterson

also' been appropriated for Brad- Vernon W. Poehner, BCHE RaI- cident, which was reported at 6:10 -Anne Cressler; Lion's Club I' vision is only 1.050 ft. from the, two hours and 20 minutes. secretarytreasurer.I .
ford Count1.hospital for the ,fiscal. ford; James A. Carratt BS: Athletic, Delano :Thomas: Agent Speak I S
year nding July 1. It .Is not Bruce Eugene Mathews, 1ISE; I I driver,. headed toward Key- Bausch and Lomb Science.Pati R. W. Parrish, 28, I Com Weak As Market Retards

f m'\vu 11\&t the appropriation j Carl S. Roberts ,Jr., BSj' Robert stone Heights with two passengers.i i Kucera: D. A. R. Citizenship- The Starke Rotary Club Wednesday -i I Getting
James Viall 'BA Ohm Oscar
will biext year, as Congress r rcentll' ; Miss Mary Hammock and Mrs.:' Aliese Lawson: LibraryBarbaraI heard
voted a decrease In the ;Webb Jr.. BSBA; and Olin Wesley Annie Hammock both of Colum-I McComb: Commercia I.-Marjorie Investigation Federal Bureau of Dies Suddenly .
OJ' hospital appropriation. ",'hlte, BSP, all of Starke. I bus, was later released according i iI Strickland: Literary Adele of St. Augustine tell Dn some Bryan of After Fifty Per Cent Drop From 52

I to the office of Sheriff Scholl: Foreign Council, Ken- I .
P. D. Red-: the functions of the FBI In Robert Wilson Parrish, 28. a I

early Health Report SaYS Hospital t dish. Norman Mth Conway Hamilton; Mathematics: U. S. HistorY- ,and Sheriff war. peace S F S resident of Brooker for the pastParrish's Rapidly dwindling volume on Starke Report
P. D. unexpected oc-
Reddish program
Wayne 'Matchett. .,both the Starke ''lnd Brooker State I Y. R. Judd, manager of the
Small Claims Ct. chairman. introduced the' speaker. 10 years died May 30. I Farmers Markets told the sad Starke
Eleven graduates have al'eady market reports good do-
/ Have SavedMost Of Kids' Deaths decided to enter college Officer Bryan told of the FBI curred in Newport News Va.. ac- story this week of drought and mand and favorable prices fot
the Dewitt C. Jones
busting the Band cording to
up prior to the
I Heard 61 Cases They are: Kenneth Tyros, Anne war and other slmil Funeral Home. heat that have cut poduction of everything offered. During the
r experiences.
Cressler, patsy Kucera, Adele A veteran of World War II S Bradford County's spring vegetable past week the Starke market

: Avalb.b111 edouate; hosnital gIven along with 1.599 tests for School, David Kelly, Billy Weldon :I Parrish Was married to Ada El- I crops by a full 50 per cent. handled the following:

facilities rl\l\ld hsve savrd the syphilis diabetes and hem globin. Since Judge T. A. Yawns Small Kenneth Conway Aaron Hutche- Postal Receipts Total liott Parrish. He was I television I Unless rain come today or to- Corn 7.140 packages avg. ..

maiorttr of the children undez: one It was a result of this survey Claims Court began functioning I son Mary Frances Hazen, and ] $$2,582. For May repairman in the area. t morrow, this week Is expected $242. revenue 17217.25: pepper

; year ot aie" "'110 died last year stated that Jan 6, It, has handled 61-casea 'In Keith Reddish at the University at S to see the virtual finish of the 290 packages avg.. $2.M, rev..
Services held
Dr. Covington aided were grave-
according: to thr-Pradford County its first five months of operation. ot Florida: Johnny Kopelousosat s. R. Johns acting postmaster side by Rev. Alton Dobbs Tuesday vegetable deal in this county, with $734.75: peas 269 pkgs.. a"g..

; Health Departisent's report COy- In arresting the frequency of The SmaU Claims Court handles Emory University at Oxford, of the Post Office In Starke reported afternoon at the Mt. Zion cemettO' the possible exception of pepper, U.so, rev.. $612.50; Fordhook

erlnr its activities for 1952- these lisease I any claim of money or similar Ga.: and Kathryn Colson and this week that Mars pos- S small shipments of which will Lhnas 18.1 pkgs.. ng. $3.25, rev,

Dr. A. T. Covingt, director of In the 'stepped-up mosquito con- dl"bts un&r.1200. Bradford County Earl MCGruder, who will' attend tal receipts totaled $2,582.78, a continue for several weeks. $588.25; and butter beans 275

the departments aa14 that there ro1 program, some 9,2iO ft. ofarea Is slotted a Small Claims Court Gainesville. but. were graduated "slight increase" over last year', Pallbearers were E. W. Hodges Watermelon shipments began pkgs. IVg $2.50. rev 'M7,5/).

is an mcrease..ln the death rate bredding under state la.w. a few years ago. total for the same period. Wilson Green, Ernest Edwards at Brooker last week, poundage Total rennne for the week 11

of Children under one month andS t was drained. SpaceI I Such a court Junior Dukes and Cecil Melvin. Is drastically cut by the lack of $19,900.25. -

that' of the I tI raying throughout the summer was not set upI Besides his wife, survivors in- rainfall. Twelve carloads have If the sweet winds
but corn deal
year I Judge Yawn
ehildren could have lived had they t covered about 9.7t5. a.cres. I 6. took office Jan. I I Dr. T. M. Ritch M.D BDS (lad elude: hi, parents Mr and Mrs. been shipped from Brooker 80 up this week It will be one of the
I. Norman Parrish of New River;
bHn lVen to a hospital during Besides over 8.000 laboratory There far, brining an average of around shortest on record. Last season
the first 2t hours of their tuness.I specimens taken. other were 46 cases that paid a son, Robert W. Parrish Jr.: two $600 per car, or a total of '1.200. shipments continued until late

Dr. Coviagton' report echoes numerous their creditors In full eight are ITo I Move Here For Practice In July brothers William of Jacksonville Bradford County's flue-cured tobacco June. Na\-ilio Brothers closed out
projects destined to Bradford paYing on time
the cries for a much-needed hOs-I gin four have been and Thomas J. of Brooker: and a which Is already being theIr clipping oPeration here Wed-

pital for th4 county. A board of I a better preventive health one delayed, two compromised and Starke and Bradford County slatei" Mrs.- Louise Plaster of ;cropped by some growers. has nesday after handling only a fraction -
was dismissed
were carried out. for Insufficientevidence Jacksonville. Also
Is presently working program 'surviving is been damaged the of their last .
trustees will5 have another general practi- by drought, ,ear' volume.
I Some 319 babies born In Said' Judge Yawn..
were half-brother. J. K. of
one Douglas
toward that goal. The closest I both in and The of Columbia
.,, The claims tioner In the near future it was I quality yield. Tommy Morris ,
enunty. while 95 died ran from $1.96 to Starke and three half
persons ; sisters
hoIpitals are the Jacksonville learned with the announcement I bottom leaves In most fields have S. C. who has been buying corn
:' \ 932. One about $190. Mrs. EStelle Green Lake
of Butler
units or the Alachua General that Dr. T. G. Ritch \\1llopen of- -S ;I died 0:1 the stalk with an estima.- at Heilbronn Springs for several

Hospital in Gainesville. I The 10 leading causes of death The debtor has to pay the cost flees here, plobably some time In I '-- 4 S Mrs. Ruby Bloss, Starke and '! ted loss .to: prospective poundage years moved his operation to the
:n Bndford were: heart and blood hearing the case. which Is $3. Mrs. Jessie Mae Welch, Lake
Other hIghlights in the department's July J S 5' i of rIVe per cent. Starke market last Friday. He Is

annual report Included: vessels, pnueumonia (all types), besides the debt.Merchandise Dr. Ritch is well known here 1 4 BuUe : Although the sweet corn ,deal an important buyer and has announced _
crebral hemorrhage, accidents headed the list of being 'the son of Mrs. Carrie ?'s Is on Its fut legs a good rain his intention of handling
rate increased a decrease -
total birth In the number of; babies cancer nephritls prematurity cases followed by grocery bills Ritch and the late N. T Ritch,! :. Canning Plant WQn't I in the next few days would help his entire deal at the Stark

.with associated conditions anemia and contracts. ,: S sav the field com which 11 market'next season.
and a grandson pf Mr. and }{rs. crop
delivered by mld.wlfes increase of with hOdpiUl a- (aU types). hepatitis and homicide T. J. Griffin of Starke. He graduated S Open This Summer I II suffering badly Some fields on I U rain comes, Judd said the
in that order. Thanks Telegraph from Bradford High School S I high ground In the Brooker areaare ,pepper market would revive for
still delivered 'The home freezer
blrlhs-mid-\\1H Over Is freezing I 1
3tOO total nursin&islts I parched as if three-four weeks and a slight
badly fire
and received his medical as
U per cent of all white cases,, were carried out with than out the canning business at the I I
more had swept them. supply of corn for 10 days.Mayor's .
June Z.1953 from Emory University In 19-16. :
colored death ratereduce4
18 per cent of ; 93 percent in the home. Community Canning plant says I
} In spite of'the drought. R. N.
After completing medical f
schoo1 I
2t pet cent; maternaldeath Dear Gene I V. R. Ferguson BHS agriculture!
Approximately 1.000 in-
of the
Dr. Ritch served three years In I manager Brooker Docket
rate reduced though still Instructor and ITA ad\iaer.
spections and \ ih'ere made Just a short not to congratulate a'surgi-I market,
reports aUght 1ncreas t
the Navy and later held a
stlllbhth and
above state average: cause more more grow-
death rate reduced 68 per cent; Some to 289 school chIldren children. dIs- that you on the excellent article cal residency at' St. Vincent's ers were putting their truck crops Iii the totJt1 number of packages Mayor J. R. (Nookft) Wain.. t
your paper recently published Hospital, Jacksonville. For the handled this year u compared wright' docket for the month of
51 per cent of aU deaths occuredIn covered I in the home deeD freeze rather i .
and treated fr form
Indt\idualt of 65 and over; of bookworm- SOD1e concerning our Trail Ridgeoperation. past two years he has been associated -F, i j5u S than canning the Community to last season. 'Ibis I. due to I May lists 31 persons charged with '

cancer deaths 'eceased from nine The article v.-as very with Dr- Carl Mendoza Canning plant will not be opened the unusually larg volume of p0-.breaking. the Jaw In the City of
Dr. Co\ington pointed out that well planned and It ,
was evident in Jacksnville.Th. lathes handled. So far this season Starke.
to four cases, which fa accreditea the this season. .
down and that
slowing detecting considerable work had gone PJtch said he was happy to 1952 the Brooker market hu bandied In total of -
to. early detection and. prevention; of the county's syphilis and tuberculosis Into the During Ferguson says The cues brought a
preparation of It AU
Accident deaths a\1ghUy decreased be returning to Starke his hometown not enough persons used the can- 112,325 packages for a ye- $3SUO in fines anf costs, Mayor
cases was a major step who read it thought very highly turn to of 21257285.
and that decision growers
: andIeaths occurring undr toward his was nery to pay expenses. He credited: Wainwrigbt announced.
better living in the of it.
one year of ego and over 65 con- ty. largely influenced by the- pro- the home freezer for taking away ,Last year the Brooker; market lfme persons ran a red light;
stituted 12 cent 'of total Very truly yours spect oCa hospital for Bradford the cannery business. handled 110,584 packages but
per He cited this as the'major Dr. Ritch Is married to the around nine, intoXicated; four disorderly -
deaths. E. C. Weichel, Jr. CountYHe baa not yet reached The cannery last year saw revenue ran $40.000 more
Improvement in' the ounty's Plant Superintendent a definite decision AI to where his ,fOrmer, Miss Marian Brown of some 200 women and 45 men than this year due to the high conduct; toar, fighting; and
Some 1,895 chest A-rays Were : health problems. Humphreys Gold ration Starke. I I of potatOes In U 2. five miscellaneous charges.
.. Cor1M> offices Will be located in Starke. t I can i,933 'tins of vegetable price



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w t \. Vv'vvvvvVYYYYYYYYyyyyyyy have had local service for the Hater, Defendant. Case No. 9S25otlr {Florida. within eight calendar
; BRADFORD'E.. L. MATTHEWS past week or so, but the cutoverto Case No. 9349 \ To '""...r. months from the time of the first
: '*?" Order Of Paklifmtlom Am. hll! To: Edna Leason, whose residenceand publication of this notice. Each
E'Dii'd IM BROOKER long distance was 8 a. m. on T. Apeari State .f FUrida TeL address is: c/o Connie Jacob- .claim or demand shall be In writing
t ',COUNTY EDITOR Monday. Ruth R. Hafer. 'hose, residenceand son. 4S:0 195th Street, Flushing, and shall state the place of residence -
address is: R.F.D. So. 2. Con- Lo"5g Island. New York. and post office address of the
LEGRAPH vicwp.i 7 _, Grace G. Bighamv.vvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYTvy Personals over. North Carolina. You are hereby notified that a claImant. and shall be sworn to by
t PUBLISH"t Spending this past week at the You are required to appear on suit for claimant. agent, or attorney, and
June 29, 1952. in the above najned Divorcehas any such claim or demand not so
Tommy Hamilton home was Mr. Court and cause wherein plaintiff been filed against you in the filed shall be void.
j OLDEST'FLORIDA" WEEKLY PUBUHco'cONTiNUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD and Mrs. M. L. :McLeod and small i seeks divorce. Bradford County above named Court and cause and DeWitt Jones, Administrator
High School Graduation graph shall publish this Tel-I you are required to serve a copy of C. as
Karen, of Valdosta of the Estate of Josiah R. Howe
Commencement daughter, Ga. :next four weekly, issues. your answer or pleading to the
Published every Friday and entered M second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under exercises of the Henry and James Harrell spent Witness my. hand and official eomtflaint on the Plaintiffs deceased. .
t Bro ker Junior High School were veal at Starke Florida. this May 38, Attorney T. Frank First publication May 2!. U5%.
Ute Aet of March S, 1819.v Sunday Jacksonville Beach I
<' :held Monday evening in the High 1933. Starke, Floridaand Landrum.j 5/22 Jt 6/l!
and'Mrs. file the original In the
with Mr. Curtis -
Beach. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
I School Auditorium. The Processional ,the Clerk of t>*. Circuit Court on
MEMBER FLORIDA MEMBER While there they took in the or before the
,."Pomp and Circumstance" Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
15 of June. 1953 MONUMENTSLOWEST
day ;
L I (Elgar) was played by Mrs. L. Jacksonville Braves-Columbia Charles R Hess, 204 Guaranty Life I otherwise the allegations of said

/ Trustees Take 'Sensible ,A. Canova. The Invocation Reds ball game.LuncheM Building, Jacksonville, Florida. I Complaint will >>>e taken as confess-
L Hospital Approach'f was guest of the A. Mil- Attys. for Pit. 5/29 4t 6A9 3d by you. PRICES!II
given Rev. s. F. .
by Beard, pastor This notice shall b published

I projects of this magnitude are carried tween a minimum of 20 and a maxmum of I The of Welcome the Brooker Baptist Church. refs ler's on sister-in-law Tuesday ,was Mrs.Mrs.Norman Mil- !. CirrBlt NOTICE C..rt.TO Bradford APPEAR C*..ty, i:'once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele i.I FINEST QUALITYI I II

f out without mistakes being made, but. 25. In setting this. suggested figure, many ,by the school address principal was W.given Wagner, of Gainesville.Mrs. Florida Pasquale IB Fantlne.Ckaaeenr.Plaintiff vs. graph.Dated this 13 day of May, 1953. II I No Extra Charge
if the Board of Trustees of the. Bradford factors were considered one of them be- J. C. Harrell and daughter Nicolletta Fantine Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy
l i For NearSTARKE
Coram Jr., Mr. A. J. In Or
j Thomas, Jr., I Case No. 98MJfotlee Clerk of the Circuit Court j I Setting
r County Hospital Corporation continues along ing the nearness of Starke to the good !lawyer of Starke gave an inspiring -'Hilda,. attended the singing convention To Appears By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

the course it is currently pursuing, citizensof (though terribly overcrowded) hospital address to the .graduates. held at the Worthington To: Nicolletta Fantine, whose 5/15 4t 1/5 I
address is 911
residence and : 54th
the county may be assured that mistakes, ''facilities in Jacksonville, Gainesville, Lake I Special awards were given to, Springs Methodist Church in Street, Brooklyn. New York. !. the NOTICE Cosrt of TO the CREDITORS County Judge.Bradford ,,

especially ,costly ones resulting from bad. City, and Palatka. Even after a hospital is four outstanding pupils by Mr. WorthingtOn last Sunday. suit You for are Hereby notified -that a Ceaaty Florida.
items to if .
planning; will be kept at a minimum. built here it will still ,be necessary for many Coram. Awards for perfect attendance get want your them news in the paper.me you ,Divorcehas been filed against you in the re:IB Estate Probate.In of Josiah R. Howe. De I.

It was high,praise indeed, when architect patients to go out of town in order to receive were given to Henry tell that the above named Court and cause and ceased. _
k Harrell and ,They me largest To All Creditor'* and PrnoB hay- .
will need. Jean Endicott; American I you are required to serve a copy of .me'Write -_ -
k Sanford Coins, attending meeting held herei the specialized treatment that they Legion 8th congregation that has ever been! your answer or pleading to the lag ClaiMs er DeauiBd AgalActSaid
morning described,the trustees' that at- Grade Award was I daughter complaint on the Plaintiffs Estate .. For Free Folder
i last Sunday Another thing stressed was an won by Billie Ann Russ arid Ken- Mrs. R. E. Hazen and Attorney T. Frank Landrum.I ., You and each of you are hereby I

r actions so far as ,"the most sensible ap. temnt should not be.made to equip the Brad- neth Parrish. I I Mary Frances, were Sunday lunch-I SUrrke. Florida_ ... I notified and required to present ATLANTIC( MEMORIAlS.INC.
and file the original in the offtce of, any claims and demands which you, I
proach" to a building program that he; had 'ford County hospital for highly specialized -Mrs.- -Mary- Clark and Miss eon guests of Mrs. Hazen's sister I the Cterk of the Circuit Court on I or either of you, may have against ESTABLISHED 1939ris (
where for tntl family, the C. J. Stricklands, or betnrethe the estate of Josiah R. Howe, deceased -
carried but but rather :
ever seen any any of arid treatment, Yvonne Polk I
types surgery were entertained in LaCrosse. 22 day of June. 1953; late of said County, to the < roust sr.
type building. fOr the general "run of the mill" work that Sunday with a picnic and swimming otherwise the allegation of said County Judge of Bradford County. 1\
those swimming Jomplaint will be taken as confessed Florida, at his office in the court! JACKSONVIlLE FIOIIDAThat's
l Mfr Coins was referring, of course, to the will take care of perhaps ninety percent of party at Kingsley Lake.! Among enjoying" by you. house of said County at Starke,

'.: great effort that the' trustees are putting the need here. The other ten per cent will continue Those joining in the celebration nesia and a picnic lunch Hawthornelast at Mag- This e.cn notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce .- I

to get all the facts in before a definite .to be cared for by the larger institutions of Mrs. Clark's birthday and, Sunday Springs were.near: Mr. and Mrs. weeks In the Bradford County .TaJe-

t'forth move is made toward actual construction' of in nearby cities. Yvonne's High included graduation Mr. and from Junior, Howard 'Wait and daughters, Mr. graph.Dated this 20 day of May 1953. g T A Our BusinessIf
Mrs. Ed
OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A.Darby
a public hospital in Bradford County. There was a lot of good commonsensetalk Polk Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk,I and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson and Cleric of.the Circuit Court U I&b1 Wjj It's Glass We Have It!

f: Last Sunday's meeting was a high spot of at the Sunday morning meeting, and of Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald,son Frankie; Mr. Jerry Martin By: Marian L. Crosby, Denuty 5/22 4t Clerk 6/12 S';' If/Il CALL WRITE or VISIT

this careful period of pre-planning and .it and son Jerry; Jr.
when men of the calibre of Dr. Edward Roberts of Starke, Mrs. Tommy .

r was inspiring to see the willingness with Jelkes, noted Jacksonville surgeon and H. R. Lou Stokes, Mrs. Effie Hodge and"!| Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Gano and | I. Court Bradford Of Oaatr CoaBty ledge, Joe Peters Glass .Co.

which leaders .in this field from various Willers .administrator of the Tallahassee son Pete; Sammy, Jimmy and family of St. Augustine were visiting Mate Of Florida.

::: parts of the state took time out from their Memorial, Hospital, speak they speak i Mamie Clark all of Brooker.Mr. the R. F. Ganos this past ESTATE NOTICE OF: J.TO B.CREDITORS Griffis. D ceased. I FOR ANY GLASS NEED

the and Mrs. Claude Smith, ,weekend. They. all spent Sunday You and each of are hereby We
: busy schedules to come here and give with the authority of and of you A Design Modern Store Fronts
years who here with the Ovid Ganos at Swan notified and required to present any
local board .the benefit of their knowledgeand hard-earned experience. The local board of are visiting relatives, Lake. ; claims and demands' which you, or 5 Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and I I either of you may have against the ,-.
experience. The"information and suggestions trustees is fortunate indeed to be able to call daughters. Linda Gayle and Shir- I Funeral services were held Tuesday estate of John B. Griffis, deceased Table Tops

TAI. that were brought out in the meet, such men into conference and have the ben- ,ley, and Mrs. Mary Green spent i afternoon at the Swift Creek Judge late of of said Bradford County County, to the, Florida.County 318 N. W. 13th St. G :nes\1l1e! Fla. Phone 4353

ing here Sunday will undoubtedly be worth Cemetery" for Bob Parrish. son his office in -%WH HM W M HMBH H BaHHHHHMiMMMi
efit of their considered advice. the weekend at Crystal Lake, o at the court house at lMMMMi HMHM HiMli HH MMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
thousands of'dollars to the hospital corporation Keystone Heights.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Parrish. Starke, Florida, within eight calendar -
We agree with :Mr. Goins that the Brad months from the date of the &,
for just one costly error avoided could C. C. Dee and We're sure that friends of Bo'rsare first publication of this notice. Each *
two children .4
trustees taking sensibJe !;
ford hospital are a
sadly surprised and greatlygrieved claim or demand must be in writingand Eh'
easily save that.much. approach to the major problem of the con- of Haines City and H. D. must state the place of residence -
.to hear his
stressed at of sudden: and post office address of the
One of the important points Lynn of Lacoochee, spent the
struction of a needed facility here. Theyare death. claimant and must be sworn to by E
,the meeting was to go in for quality -,not in weekend. with Mr. and Mrs. 0. Mr. the claimant, his agent, or his attorney -,
sacrificing much time and effort an and Mrs. Bill Bigham and I
in the construction of a hospital. W. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. or the same will become void
; quantity attempt to see that the county gets the best Hardv and children daughters, spent Sunday in Dune- according to law.
It is far better to have a few rooms and have of Starke. din and Clearwater This 16th day of May 1953.
r hospital possible for its money, and one that joined them for Sunday. visiting friends Robert D. Griffis and Dolph Griffis, did
them well equipped and properly maintained and relatives.
; as Co-administrators of the
without too
will meet its needs becoming
Pvt Maurice Dyal who has been Estate of John
__ Jthan to.have a larger number of rooms B. Griffis, deceased -
financial burden.It stationed at CARD OF
great Fort
a Leonard
and not be able to keep them in the manner Hal Y."Ma'ines, Lake Butler, Florida -
demands should be gratifying to the public to see Mo., left yesterday after a weeks wish to thank our many I Attorney for Administrators. l
that the day hospital patient .verP'Y
present visit with his mother Mrs. Neta friends for their kind expressions. First publication on May %!nd,
in this anda '
it was said. the problem approached manner Dyal. of sympathy and beautiful flowers : 1953. ,
differed slightly but the consensus word of commendation and encouragement 5/22 It 6/12
Opinions Second Piano Recital during our recent bereavement.The '

seemed to be that the number of beds in for the hardworking trustees would certain. J. Mrs. Jessie!' Pittard Williams Edward Seabright family. I. Circuit SOTIC1lu Coart. Bradford.PHKAR Coaat, the bItI.lr.i

Bradford County's hospital should fall be. l ly seem in order at this time. nresented the second annual piano Florida I. rbnfr-*
PETITION FOR Frank Leason. Plaintiff, vs. Edna .

;. .,..........................................................rrrtHAMPTON Springs spent I Sunday with his to be employed.Mrs. recital of Brooker pupils Wednes- Xotioe is DISCHARGE hereby given that Leason, Defendant. -

parents the J. A. Sassers. I Pearl Morris and mother, day evening:, May 27th, in the have filed our final returns as administrators we- with H

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richards of Mrs. Parish of Orange Heights High School Auditorium.The Griffis, deceased of the; that Estate we have of Mamie filed I IcasAl

Arcadia spent the weekend with visited John Blackmon's Monday. program was as follows: our petition for an order of distri Let Us Thoroughly
Mrs. Louise Jones and Mrs. Welcome Song: "Howdy Folks" butlon and final discharge, and that
by Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. her parents, the J. G. Adkins, on by Glenda Parker, Linda Gayle on June 8, 1953, we will apply to the I E
Jones and Wash Your Clothes
Saturday. Mrs. Richard and Percy baby of Trenton Honorable Theron A. 'Yawn County = I I"I'd
Louise Adkins shopped in Jackson- and Mrs. Veda Wright otNewberry Green Jackie Mott, John Green Judge of Bradford County, Florida.
and Wayne Thomas; "Weeds andThings" for approval of said final returns
ville. On Sunday Mr. and. Mrs. were Thursday iCght and for an order of distribution and 9 FoundaFor =
and J. Alderman Jr.
T. from "A Day In GardI
Billy My for final
Adkins entertained at a family supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. discharge as co-adminis-
accompanied the Starke Bind to I en" by Judy Stokes; "Happy Ban trators of the_ estate of MamJo.. nrif......
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Jacksonville Beach Monday for a dinner, besides the Richards. Mr. Raleigh Brannen and attended the jo" by Glenda Parker; "MarinesHymn" ]I II 'fis, deceased.Jessie 40c! have sworn I'd paid that bill, Hut I can'tprove S f
graduation exercises at the M. Wooten
and Mrs. EM. Prevatt and sons
picnic. : and Walter. Hampton school where Mrs. Jones I by Jeanette'McNeal; P.Pearl. G. Hein FREE Bleach! If Desired. it. Next time I'll send check and have t tan
Miss of Emory "Home on The A. Grfffis. a
Joan Sweeney Cfaines- I Range" "FaltirofOur temple Ave. Stail
granddaughter, Norma Jean Jones, 5 /IS!) 4t 6/5 1 -
ville and Miss Grace Dickeison of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson was a member of the graduationclass. Father" by John Green; "The \ automatic receipt." '

Thereasa were Saturday night and and Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahone I Toy Piano" by Linda Gayle Green; IB Clrrnlt NOTICE Court TO APPEAR ... :
Bradford C ,
Sunday guests of Mrs May Sweeney and son Donnie.spent several days I"Cradle Song" by Barbara Sue Florid*I IB r*....".. t7 YOUR
Connie Sweeney accompaniedher last week at the Watterson cottage Mrs. J. A. Sasser spent several Davis; "Soldiers Chorus" from Julia Stella. Plaintiff. Guyseppe We Will ;
days ,in Jacksonville week as Stella: Defendant. Case No. 9839
at Cedar Keys "Faust"'hat
sister to Gainesville for fi a Friend We Have Notice T. Appear.
brief visit. I with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ei- 'guest of her son Harry L. Sasser In Jesus" by Wayne Thomas; dence To:. Gulseppe Stella, whose resi- Dry Your Clothes
and wife.Mr. and address is: Via Casal-
''Mrs. C. L.. May has returned land at Homosassa. I "Sparklers" by Sue Fort, Lake nuovo. No. 79, Matera. Italy. For
home after being a patient for Doyle Harrelson of Tampa is I and Mrs. Wm. Hammond Butler pupil; "Little Humming Divorce .
several days in AlacSui General visiting his aunt and uncle Mr. and daughter, Willow Ruth were I Bird" from "A Day in My Gard- suit for are hereby notified that a In New Automatic Drier i

Hospital. and Mrs. Rome Andrews. 1 I Sunday supper guests of their son en", by Marie Clyatt; "Dance of has above been named filed Court against and you in the FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
John Hammond and family cause and ,
on Snow
Dennison Hart In Fall Mrs. L. A. Lane of Tampa is Flakes" by Mary Fran- you are required to serve a copy of
Crystal Lake. ces Howard; "Petite Rhapodsy"by your answer or pleading to the
Carl Dennison son of Avery spending sometime with her complaint OB the Plaintiff
Dennison was painfclly injured I daughter Mrs. Ira Lester. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Willirrnson Myrna Lou Rahn, "Southern Attorney Evan T. Evans. 103 The Washeteria flsm1ep rlotloa f/altonaf LiroapTTTTTWYTTTI

one day last week when he feU Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and had as their guests Sunday Mr. Fancy Dress Ball" by Jackie Law sonville Exchange, Floridaand Building, Jack-

'0 from an Ice truck. He was treat children, Billy and Janet visited and Mrs. Rayford Cannon of Fort Mott; "Campus Capers" duet by file the original In the office :
Mead and Sandra and Jackie Mott of the Clerk of the .. .. .. .. .
ed for lacerations of the face,I the Zoo in Jacksonville Sunday. I Mrs. L. D. McCullochand ; "Minuetin on or before the Circuit Court .. .. ..vYVYvYvvvvyvvvvvvvvYVYTv

arms and legs. Also two teeth are: Fostine Williams and' Eilane son. C" by Beverly Green; "Voicesof 28 day of June 1953;
Spring" by Sandra Mott "War.nor's otherwise the allegations of said
Mr. and ;
missing. 1 Mrs. Jake Rowels of
Hawkins of the U. of F. at Gainesville Complaint will be taken alt con-
Mrs. R. L. Dyal was a business' spent Thursday night with Gainesville visited her mother Mrs: I Song" by Pollyann Wait; 'fessed by you.
caller the Farm I John Blackmon I "Etude" by Pollyann Wait; "It's This notice shall '>. publlshee
at Colony in Sunday.Mrs.
:Miss Martha Home. I once each week fur four consecutive

Gainesville Tuesday. !1 W., ,A. Saxon left. Monday for John Blackmon and mother,I. Time to Say Goodnight" Beverly weeks in the Bradford County Tele Costs You Less -:
Green, Sandra Mott Barbara Sue graph. ,
Robert Sasser of Green Cove Piketon Ohio, where he expects Mrs. Hester Dickerson. who have Davis, Judy Stokes, Jeanette Mc- Dated this 13 day of May 1953.
both been ill were able to attend (OFFICIAL SEAL* Charles A. Darby
Neal accompanist, Pollyann Wait.A Clerk of the Circuit Court
I church Sunday. By Marian L. Crosby, Denntv ri rk
J \\d t .ht Mr and Mrs, J. J. Brannen and lace cloth covered the punch 5/29 4t 6/18
I' table which was centered with a -
I daughter Jessie Mae called on the [huge arrangement of yellow and IB County The CircuItCourt Florid In Cha.cery Of Bradford. '

Thetffc2911It! I Raleigh Brannens Sunday. white glads, flanked with lighted B. Lemuel Hafer Plaintiff vs. Ruth Ow IYu I

Hampton The graduation Elementary exercises School of were the tapers and punch bowls at either to a Dodge
., held Thursday evening with a large end. Mothers of the piano stud- WILL PAY CASH ;
ents in ;
,11\6/" audience present. freshments.First were. charge of the re TIMBER .

you Mis-j Home's Shower

6O The 5th and 6th grade pupils Phones In Use For Saw Logs ,
residents are now enjoying Save You !
gave their teacher Miss Martha telephone services. AND PULPWOODA Dodge prices have SSVe Dodge gives you more

Horne, a surprise kitchen shcwer, went into service Monday They been lowered recently, all models comfort and safety ..more extra*

Thursday afternoon at the school.. morning. Some officially residents- Post Card Will Bring Me save you $60.60 to $201.80. value features at no extra cost.

p* ....,'. Mrs. Paul Green of Titusville is To See You. f

_.. .%I !I 'ttmrw.I I I spending a few days with her sis-., ner was enjoyed.Mr. .

*_.. __' I ter Mrs. Vernon Slade and mother and Mrs. J. W., Home and D. B. 'Dick' Thomas

Lt Mrs.'Fannie I
._ Meads. I family spent Sunday in Dunnellon.
Lj i Mr and Mrs. Vernon Slade had A community picnic was held on ..-Lawtey, Fla.

as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday noon of last week on the -Ic ._ _

Mrs. Everett Geiger.of Jacksonville school grounds. and in the school -.
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and Mrs. John McKiney of cafeteria. A large crowd was

Graham. there and many old acquaintanceswere
% : t .
Fifth Sunday ConventionThe renewed.
0L -J
Fifth Sunday Convention of The 8th grade held a party 'on:

., !. Q'iM the christian Churches in Union the school grounds Friday evening.: c; !

end Bradford Counties was held They had as their guests some 7th'

at the Hampton Christian Church grade pupils, ,and several parents TOLOMUP I
Sunday. At noon a picnic din- who acted as chaperons. I I
You Save Mobilgas EconomyRun

proves Dodge the economy
CALL NOW! .d champ over all other"eights!
GOES HERE :} Price Reduced$201M

Let us tell you how you can get the new i From where I sit.. 6y Joe Marsh ;?. i '

TO $$300 I 1 let the New lower Prices su That.I .

RCARoon. .' A Little Headwork I Ail-Time Family Favorites How is the fern el Step Up to a ;

S Saves Lot of Footwork i PRIVATEPROMPT
: Air Conditioner- : a i' DEPENDABLEVEIGHT,

"I don't ever aim to give,. p pond in the county right in .
I vry..W..Nh-GsavIaSAkC..dM..4a1. A civ for ...*fy roodot &fishing Pappy Hayes said one his own back yard. D 0 D G EI
for..... few ....* DyHuiTjrl FRIENDLY >
I ThoutAnds are buying sleep. low, o* 'day-"but the older I get the less From where I sit, Pappy my I y-Sb..Sb

and year'round breathing comfort this 229.50!! IhkehikingovertoPike'sCreek. beo1derthansoiaeoEusbutbj.Guess trim Own Mm...,rndtb It At Innst friuf fV
ineipetuive wa,:And we find most want HI hare to bring the fish mind U active-and opes. He's SERVICE I OR SIX!
Let tell about the Bearer to me-
RCA. us you year No--r---u. ready to listen to anybody with aa
of air conditioning and ,
benefits t
Call So Pappy got his nephew to idea.That's why he and I eta talk -nfl rsflJss Srrrr.jrrfls
features. I
RCA's exclusive now
all r.. ...
bulldoze down about three acres on any subject-sometimes about
ICA Mcroir suvice AVA/IAIU -71 WMkl to ptrt STARKELoaii&Fhiaiice
of bottom land.Then he dammed his preference for buttermilk and ; fJonotny Winner '

up the little stream there. mine for beer. And though we

He wrote the U.S. Fish and disagree we respect each other '
Sfirifeftitn*tJ uripunl nbjtd Angt iriAnt MUM., I
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD WildlifeServiceinWazbington, opinion. That's neighborliness .
got some "bl e gills" and 'ness without a "catch to it. CO.PHONE".

bass to stock it-free. Pappy's '

Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers I' idea wound up giving him (and 8ce n-fifA. b 160 'PHONEARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

us) just about the best fishing
In Canova Drug Store I I

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at Raiford Sunday. brothers Washie and Gary .to He entered the Army last Novem- dence and address is: 1435 Center graph. above named Court and cause and
TfffftfffMfffff iff Miff were visitors ber and Street Roslindale Massachusetts. Dated this U day of May 195J. you are required to serve A copy or
Rev.. and :Mrs. W. E. Hall and build a home. NEWS ABOUT I received his. basic training Your are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby or pleading to the cornAttorneY-
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs were Several from here attended the at Fort Lee Va. Before en- salt for Clerk ot *he Circuit Court. plaint on the Plaintiff'sEvan taw Ex-,
PINE LEVELby Divorce custody and support of By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk T. Evans, 103
at Lawtey tering the service he meat
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R graduation exercises j SERVICE MEN was a minor child 5/:% 4t C/12 Chan* Building, Jacksonville
R. Crosby Sunday.W Junior High School Friday afternoon cutter for G. F. Odom. has been filed against you in the Florida.
Sirs. H- M. McRaeutl..uuwui..uiuu above named Court and cause and NOTICE TO APPEAR and file the original In the office ctthe >
C. Conner.made a trip to Pvt. Lemuel S. Williams Jr.. :you are required to serve a copy of !. Circuit Coart. Bradford CoBBtr, Clerk of the Circuit Court on
night of Among those attending church fonr answer or pleading to the com- Florida: IB CbBBtwr.Natalie ''or before the 29 day of June
son of Mr. and MrsL.. S. Williams cl
: Bar- plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Haas. Plaintiff .vs Lawrence U53: otherwise the allegations '
attendance last week and carried a load of Sunday were Amanda and of Starke, recently com- Zach H. Douglas. &05 Lynch Bertram Haas Defendant said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
We had a large tomatoes with hiiruThe bra .Jean Wilkinson and Gene Building Jacksonville. Florida Case No. mo by you.
church last Sunday with 202 in : all of Jacksonville and pleted an 8-week leaders course and file the original In the office of Notice To Appear This notice shall be publishedonce
weather here has about Converse conducted the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor each week for four consecutive
dry by the 41st Tank Battalion -
Sunday school classes. j Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Redding of ?. before the 22 day of June, 1353: To: Lawrence Bertram Haas. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
dried the and gardens.T. of the 8th Inf. whose residence and address Is: tin-
[ up crops at Ft. Jackson .
We had with us In the morning j therwise the allegations of said graphDated
A. Crosby gathered tobacco'Evergreen. dr S. C. The school is designedto Complaint will be taken as confessed known. I this 2S day of May. 1953.
service Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. ', Nor- by you. Your are hereby notified that OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and Ellen
Taylor and son Jim of Keystone j 1 Saturday on his farm. Maggie Crews develop the individual's potential -. This notice shall be publishedonce suit for al Clerk nf the Circuit Court.
i I man were shopping in Jacksonville week Divorcehas E'y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Thomas for with each for four consecutive
Herman Army
Heights, and Henry Caffes Mr, and Mrs. leadership w..ks In th. ftrmlf"'"' r"n..." T.I. been filed against von in the I 5/%' U 1/11
I I were evening Thursday.Mr. mphasis on Infantry
of Tampa. Mr. Taylor broughtthe at Rising section weaponsand

message Sunday morning at dinner guests of their son and and Mrs. Carson Griffis combat leadership.Pvt. First Come First Served!I Limited Number

'the 11 a. m.. service. Our pastor I daughter-in-law, .Irt and Mrs. were shopping in Jacksonville .t Anthony R. Johnson Jr., Only

Rev. W. E. Hall brought the ,message I Russell Thomas Sunday. Thursday.
I. .. son.. of Mr. and Mrs. A. R? John-
Sunday evening at 8 with I Mr and Mrs. Warren Starlingand : Jeff Griffis ant Callie and
two candidates for baptism.Mr. daughter of the Water Oak .Mrs. Avie Austin were also shop- son of Starke was home on leave .
and Mrs. A. G. FCuts of I section wee weekend visitors of .ping in the St. Johns river city. I Va.from May 17-27 from Fort Story
Lakeland stopped over for a short :I Mrs. Alma Starling.. 'I The Carson Griffis family Mrs.
visit with Mr... .and Mrs H. H.I.I Robert Louford and Gene Den I Callie Griffis and son Leslie wentto Johnson entered the serv-
Lewis last week -"on their! way ton of Newberry were visiting Fort Jackson. S. C. last Sat-. ice Nov. 18 1952 and is now

home from Hot Springs, Ark. Misses Joyce and Barbara Thomas urday to see Edwin, who is stationed stationed at the Army's amphibi-

I Dinner guests of the H. H..Lew. I Sunday. _,. there. ous training base, located on the

is' Sunday' were Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dupree and Percy Lee of Jacksonville visited Atlantic ocean near Virginia

B. Thomas sand children Kenneth Mr. and .Mrs: Mac Dupree of the Marrs family Saturday.Mr. Beach Va., playground of the 0 AUTOMATIC DEFROST
Bill Star-
Jacksonville and Pvt. Southeast
Goldie and Dwight of Btooker; and Mrs. Andrew Crews of ( .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and ling of Camp Rucker, Ala., were Lake Butler visited Maggie Crews Fort 'Story is the training cen-

daughter Yvonne and Mr. and : visiting Mrs. Alma Starling Sun Sunday afternoon. ter for operations of the land-

Mrs. H. M. McRae. dayMr. Those attending the Union water trucks' and jeeps, better.
and Mrs. J. C. Crews of
Mr. and Mrs. B.. M. McRae St. Augustine were visiting Mr. meeting at North Edgewood Bap- John Stover grandson of Mr.i known as DUKW's. :d f .
and family were.dinner guests tist church In Jacksonville were ;
of Starke -
and Mrs. L. ,A. Crosby Saturday and Mrs. Carl Horton ft -'
of Mr. and Mrs. ,J. C. Sapp of Jettie Padgett Maudie Smith El- Tree Farming Growth -'Yr.;'< Y"f'i>",#' "''',"',: \\\
Heilbronn Springs Sunday. afternoon.HIGHLAND. len Norman and E. C. Harvey.STATE left a year ago last Christmasfor :r<.W.......\.,..{.. ..t";2,:.<::' "::;T" --" .. AMAZING LOW PRICE OF

J Mr. and Mrs. W.: G. Conner overseas duty aboard the USS Cited By Palatka I ,. .,. ..:..
yyyyy yyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy vvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyVV Bataan. On his frequent visits Forest Service Agent lili3J.;
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here with the Hortons he has i41:. i $ tt.

FARM made many friends and would appreciate Many farmers of today in the <}.:? : ; ON\'( 27995 \
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from them. His state have "changed entirely to

By Mrs-.Lacy Norman A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA address is hearing: John Stover AOAN, tree crops," according to A. A. =, : '

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guests ice in Palatka.
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and'sixth ac- Wainwrights Friday' evening '
graders Murphy said tree farming in I ; rIttttIt.uiiuiiuuu.
companied by their teachers, en- were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Calif. many counties in the state is : ____

Joyed a Wednesday afternoon James.and small son, Woody. John D. McCauley. son of Mr. fast becoming the leaders of agricultural .:?;; AUTOMATIC DEFROST.Com ktel) defrosts

swimming party at Strickland'sLanding. Mrs. M. J. Collins returned' home I and Mrs. R. H. McCauley of Rt. industries. !:r'rr<:;a' ? <. itself every time it needs it,but only when it needs

: Friday after spending .four days i, 1, Starke is completing Like the big packing houses 15':& it. Foods sty safely frozen during defrosting!
The seventh and eighth grades with her sister in Archer.All .
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I his basicairmen's that use every piece of meat and tt 6. NEWI! ROTO-COLD REFRIGERATION.
and teachers held their swimming the community was saddenedby ;.}
I indoctrination bone of their cattle, industries of < rr.1 Cold air circulates inside the refrigerator so thatk.ii
y !party at Hampton Beach Saturday the death of Mrs., J. G.- God- at : ;: ;. all parts of it are uniformly cold! In many old
I afternoon. win's father, Mr. Volley R. Red- course today can use nearly every bit ofa ;':f:' i- style refrigerators temperatures may vary as much
airmen's indoctri- tree for their work. As as 16 degrees between top and lower shelves
a ,
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I It was the J. D. Boone place dish of Lawtey. *Many residents .:,.'fk......$;:.
[instead of the J. T. Boone residence here knew and loved Mr. Reddish. nation course at .'t-" there is a good market for ; .
Lackland A F B, y it, said Murphy. t.% t SENSATIONAL
mentionedhere. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Parkhurstand
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I I as. .previously '
three-children and Mr. Park- I San Antonio, Good management and re-stock- '}
Baptized Sunday' afternoon at hurst's father all of Jacksonville t Texas. Lackland ing your loafing areas, will in- 'G;.i) a Full-Width Freezer Compartment
about this is the world's a Roomy Sliding Vegetable Drawer
question Crosby Lake were Louvena Star- spent Sunday with the Wain- crease the value in your woodland. :
Force" .
ling and Eddie Harvey wrights at the lake. largest Air If you decide to cut timber or :): 1 xV:::...t.?. I, holds up to Yi bushel.

When polio strikes, the biggest Maggie Crews went :'.to Lake Mrs. Spencer Crews and'son., Base. After finishing take add gum farming to your opera- t?;: =i;:"{ a. New Decorator Styling
there, :McCauley will tion :\f Famous G-E DependabilityMODEL
expense is often the Butler Friday afternoon to at- Billy spent Friday at Hampton technical for specializedwork. do not start until it can. be :: .
months of special nursingand Mend I Ir the graduation. exercises of Lake with friends of Starke.A done on a selective cutting or :K.

Is this'her:' niece, Miss June Mauel Crews.I former resident of the State cupping basis he warns.

expense physiotherapy.covered by the I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roise and Farm and Starke Mrs. J. M. Pvt. Billy Hardenbrook son oMr. Murphy invites questions concerning FREE! KIDS!

daughter Ann and niece Jackie Hembree of Columbus. Ohio, was and Mrs. Jesse Hardenbrook. tree farming and gum LG70K
$5000 .Polio policy, along. Johns of Jacksonville were visitingthe visiting three days with Rev. and Rt. 2, Etarke, recently arrived at farming. Readers may reach him 7 tuft Space Helmet

with hospital, doctor, iron Lacey Norman's Sunday Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.Mr. Ladd AFB in Alaska for duty with at P. O. Box 67, Palatka, Fla.. Get your Gun!

lung, etc. expenses? Lacey Norman's son Larry and and Mrs. J. L. Bradley and the 4th Regimental Combat Team. for further information. and Rocket Ray

Dick Harris went .Gainesville. children of Starke spent last Fri- / REFRIGERATORWITH Bring Mom or Dad into our store
Monday to take a load of steersto day with the J. M. Bradleys. prize. The Wallace home was "Because Of You" 1, .. for a demonstration of this; new G-E

Charley E. Johns market. Weekly Bridge Club met with beautifully decorated with, spring '; .'. : Automatic Defrost Refogerator.
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Mr and Mrs. Leonard Norman Mrs. Joe Wallace last Thursday flowers. SundayThe ROr COlD Youll receive, and a Rodl
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Theodore were in Jacksonville with 10 members present. Mrs.I Fellow workers miss the popu-' ; 'r exciting Space realty shoots
I & Son Saturday. \L. A. Shepherd and her guest lar face of Medford Shealy who Park Theatre Sunday ei Ray Gun rockets! Bringvertisement thIS ad

Agency Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs J. M. Hembree were honored has undergone an operation at I and :Monday is showing a dramaof SEE THEM WHILE THEY LAST! ;1 with you.

daughter Shirley will leave for. at dessert. Mrs. J. R. Kite of Alachua General Hospital. He is, high strung emotions "Be STOP IN TODAY!

Phone 13 Starke, Fla. South Carolina Tuesday to visitMr. l Starke won high and Mrs. P. D.I reported improving, but will be cause of You", starring Loretta

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.g ... ., time on their western safara across the Mexican border to Tia
.. ; ts Hold Meetings i A clipping from, the Santa :Juana They're now touring-

Mildred I Monica (Calif.) "Evening Out I Sequoia and yoSemite National
j Helen Masters Circle, Mrs. F.
% recounts that the Judge and Parks .
B. Beard,, leader, met with Mrs.A. .
1 Lois have avery pleasant visit I See that two Callstreeters have
J. Thomas, Sr. at her lake
SmithWeds I with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Rau in been honored by election to the
home Tuesday with a covered dish
i l;F.V luncheon.In that city Seems the two {University of Florida Chapter of

Gladys Mooty the absence of the families became acquainted during !|Phi Kappa Phi, honorary scholastic -

Phone 35 program World War I when the men were i society They are James
chairman :Mrs. L. N. Pickeringwas
I- : commanding officers of companiesin Angelo Cairatt and Bruce Eugene
.. in charge of the
I 1.1II" program. tJu. the same regiment This I Mathews ,
': '"' --- 3Sab a ? They will be initiated -
3 TIi devotionVU' given by Mrs. 1
was the first time since 1918 thatthey'd I at a banquet in Florida. Union
Demorest Is
Woman's Club Dr. E. Lawson. Community missionsfor
i Jr. been able to get together, ; Auditorium this Saturday .
this month is a layette for y:
Reports $66.16 Engaged To Mr. ShupeMr. ; .. a and needless to say, they had a : Seems to be all for now. .
mother. -
I n needy wonderful time Hear the j see you in the next ,

Made On Shop Mrs. Robert F. Demo- Haynes Ida Darby circle met at the I i Judge took time out from his be- I Carolyn
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rest announce the engagement and s I
Club met I home t>t Mrs F. F. Flume Tues-

4' The Junior Woman's approaching marriage of their day ,afternoon with 10 members I v -. -- -. --- ,- __ -- _
It at the club building Monday eve-, daughter, OnaE11za.beth. to Paul and one visitor present. Mrs. R. 4 I

, ning, with Elsie Hazen. president, Eau Gallic, sonof
Gordon Shupe, of the
A. Thomas opened meeting STARKERADIOS
; presiding. Barbara Mitchell: led Mr. and Mrs. ,Phillip D. Shupeof 1 : with prayer. Mrs. S. E. Sparks
devotional. L ...0 r..
.. $66.16 Lake Hamilton, Fla. gave the devotion, topic, "Medi!
'r.! Elizabeth Fowler I cals Missionaries", Mrs. W. L. TV SERVICE
Thrift Shop to date. Bev- .
n. made
Blaefl on ear was thanked for Miss Hancock To Wed' ; ai _- Andrews, Mrs.! D. W. Moore, and

I efly j ri ,.. Mrs. Flume had parts on the
f carrying eyes to them.Kingsley The clubs i., Re-, eIend'Kimbrough: -. program. Reasonable Guaranteed Service
area and Klling
s .f' Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd R. Crosbyof
'vqited to send one child to Cimp. Mr. and- Mrs. Newnan DavidWainwrighf Plans 'were made 'to visit. the Starke announce the engagement ,On All Makes Radios
}i', thIs toTte'lffianced' from Thrift of 320 Monroe Drive, I --- VA Hospital- Lake City and and approaching marriage of I or TV 3
:l Shop proceeds. West Palm Beach, formerly ,of ---i send a Sunshine Basket to the their eldest daughter Miss Wanda -

"r 'Plans were made to assist Senior Starke, announce the approach- l Orlando hospital. To collect clothesfor I lona Crosby, to Mr. Harold Andrew .IP YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS I
Women*to repair piano in the big marriage of their daughter, the needy and 'place flowersin Fx
'- .. the church. Plans also Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. NOT GIVING YOU
t near future. Dolores Ann Hancock to the Rev. Crews of Starke.
At a simple ceremony, before and a purple orchid corsage. Little made for the Kirby (
'trIwi.Jc and
f ,,Patsy Silcc presented Jack Clint Kimbrough, son of Mr.
Marcia Smith, a daughter of the- The wedding will take at
fami- place
members of the immediate Business meeting on June 16.
toEngland" of
who showed film "Flight Pierce K. Kimbrough _
, Mrs. bride, was attired in a light blue the Bayless Highway Baptist
The hostess served refreshments
in color. Brooksville.The lies, Mildred S. Smith, daughterof 198-W\ At Once
i t
!: The following women will sell marriage will take place Mr. and Mrs. David G. Scott, organdy frock with a pink carna-. during the social hour. Church, at 8 p.m.. Friday, Jun 26.
tion corsage. : friends and relatives are in-
t at, the Thrift Shop on respectivedates \ Monday, June 8, at 3 o'clock in Sr. of Decatur Ga. became the- George .Stevens' attended the Daisy Fowler circle met with 'vited to attend.Children's.
: the afternoon in the First Baptist 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
bride of Dr. Othma Lamar groom 'as best man. ,Mrs. L. U. Morgan Tuesday afternoon .

June 13, 9-12, Mrs. Brad Locke Church. Deland. A reception will Haynes, Jr., son of Mrs. O. L. Mrs. Haynes is a graduate of I with 11 members and one -- -- ,- -
be held immediately after the Committee ___ .. '
f and Mrs. W. S. McAliley; 1-5, Mrs. Haynes and the late Qr. Haynes. the Decatur Girls High School visitor present. Mrs. Maxie- Carter ;W _

"". Donald McRae and Mrs A. J. ceremony in Allen Hall, Stetson [.The double ring ceremony was and the University of Georgia. Dr, opened the meeting with prayer. Meets Monday Noon I. ,-
:_ Thomas, Jr.; June 20, 912. Mrs. University. preformed Monday morning, ,June Haynes is'a graduate of BHS, took Mrs. J. Newsome gave the de

'f T G. Mitchell and Mrs. David First Meth- at at Ox- votions. Those taking part on the
1, at 10.o'clock in the pre-dental work Emory The monthly luncheon meetingof MOVINGLOCAL
: Montgomery; 1-5, Mrs. J. T, Moore Hi-Y.Sweethearts odist Church with Rev. T. G. Mitchell ford, Oxford, Ga., and is a grad' program were Mrs. Gail Mathews, the Bradford County Children's

end Mrs. Gene Noegle; June 27, performing the nuptials.The uate of Emory. School of Dentis and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. committee will be 'held at Crescent -
Hold Swim Party
8-12, :Mrs. P.' T. Nolin and :Mrs. M. bride was attractively attired try, Atlanta, Ga. He is a mem- Jeanne Pollet sang a solo. The Court on Monday, June 8 Safe

->i. A. Payne; 1-5, Mrs. Carl Roberts. The two sweethearts of The in abeige silk shantungsuit ber of Psi Omega Dental Frater- business meeting was presidedover at 12 o'clock. A member of the OR .- PHONE
tj end Mrs. N. B. Rosier. accessories, by Mrs. Carter, leader. DependableEconomical
HWY Club of Bradford High with matching State Board of Health staff will LONGDISTANCE
nity.Dr. 311
School Miss Jackie Tanner and featuring a bronze orchid corsage. and Mrs. Haynes took a Refreshments were served dur- be the guest. speaker. Rev. T. o

Miss Mary Frances Hazen, en- Mrs. George Stevens -attendedher short wedding trip to South Florida ing the social hour. Mitchell, newly installed chair-
0 R. B. Alvarez OR
t DeLuxe Model 46 tertained the dub members and sister as matron of honor after >vhich they will reside ,IG. urges all members to be

their dates with a swim party and wore a gown of blpe'silk for the summer at the Haynes Doris Knight Circle, met Tues- Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
with white accessories cottage oh Santa Fe Lake. day, June 2 in the educational Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
and picnic at Camp Blanding shantung The Mental Health Workshopwill .
ChefRANGE building. Mrs. Dave Paulk leader
Magic Tuesday night.Chapefones I take,, place at BHS Monday
presided over the meeting. Mrs.
for the party were Mrs. W. A. Starling I St. 'Mark.s.Auxiliiuy Dorothy Sheppard program chair- through Wednesday from 8 to 12

< Mrs. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Tanner, MeetSt. and 1 to".3 o'clock, to which all 'STORAGEPerryman
Honored On Her 73rd Has Monthly man had charge of the program.
f and Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt members of the committee and
E Those-taklng part on the program
Birthday CelebrationMrs. Mark's Auxiliary*met at the were Christine Lawson, Aleise public are inVited.the Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

\ 1 Parish house Monday afternoon'j Lawson and Helen Haines. Mrs. .

} D IBK Maxie Carter entertained I for' their monthly meeting. ;J. Ruth Haines closed the program hostesses Mrs. Dorothy Sheppard .

at a turkey dinner ,Sunday in Mrs. Mattie Gahagan presidedover with prayer. Mrs. Pa.ul Raymond and
STARKE' FL-:. celebration of her mother, Mrs: the business meeting at Refreshments were served by Mrs. Palmer Williams.

IV. A. Starling's 73rd birthday which. a committee was appointed. -

Fit, Sat.June 5, 6 anniversary. to make plans for a Parish picnic I Where Your Physician's
to be held this month. Plans I
DOUBLE FEATURE Helping to celebrate the occasion I
0 were also made to order Greeting
= Trail Guide at the Carter's summer .
Cards for the members to sell
With Tim Holt home at Kingsley Lake were.' : Mrs. Gahagan and Mrs. Herbert
Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Starling and Wishes Become Realities
AND Thomas served -
family, Mr. and Mrs. Horace I

Cross Winds Starling and family, Mr. and Mrs. ing the social hour.r "' 1

With Job Payne and Rhonda I Wallace Faulk and family, Mr. Still in the throes of this -hot folks in Jax. to make her home.

.Fleming and Mrs. Art Tyler, Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. W.S.C.S. Meetings and dry spell with just 'enough l I._ Patty Lawson is workingfull J JI

j' w Also Cartoon :and Serial Clinton Buff and Mr: and breeze to blow all the dirty dust time now at Duckys .
; 1 Hawkins, all of Jackson- > Mrs. L. D. Vining' Was hostess 0o cob2fcsc oGI
1.t Royal I and sand off the side streets into and Big Dolly has been seen

i Sun., Mom June 6,-.t' ville, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carterof to members.of.Qirde! One which_, the houses-if the city doesn't struttin' around -Kochs donning
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and Mrs of new
first meeting I
Heilbronn Springs i was the get around to paving these street mittens and heavy sweater with -i 0
Because Of You servedas
Lizzi Strickland and Miss Masseyof year. Refreshments 'were pretty soon they'll have the.added anticipation: on the new air-
With Loretta Young and Jeff Lake. the members arrived. Mrs. TiI <. 0
Kingsley expense of 'going around to the conditioning unit which is to be .
Chandler I H, Slade; assisted, the hostess i|, side street.houses and blowing the installed in the drug store this

Plus Cartoon and News To Wed serving.. Mrs. Vining circle chat \. weekend. .
Miss Steidley dirt back onto the streets" they ,!
I man called the meeting. to, order.., I Kv kj
PRICED AS $199Plu8 Toes.,:JuneS ONLY Mr. E.T. PhillipsMrs. [I i Mrs. W. E. Middleton, led the De' will have something to pave. Little Bobbie 'Faye Smith en-. ,, n

votionals. Mrs. Herbert Ritch The Steve Weldon family and tertained 18 of her little neigh \
LOW AS The Outcast Of of Starke Mri V. R. Ferguson and son. t /
Martha Maxwell had charge of the program. borhood friends at a party last I

Poker Flat and Harold H. Steidley of HighPoint During the business meeting the Bobby, are, moving out to the Thursday in celebration of her -r l 4
the, Kincaid cottage, today for a 19
N. C.. are following officers were
Your Old Range Ann Baxter and Dale Robertson 7th birthday Charles Fields
approaching marriage of their for the new year:, Mrs. L. D., day vacation the Lex Greens
r Also Cartoon and, News daughter, Phyllis Anne Steidley, Vining, circle chairman; Mrs.." [moved out to their Kingsley lake .celebrated his birthday at a family

TO PAY to Ernest T. Phillips, son of Mr. Herbert Hitch co-chairman; Mrs: home last week the T. F., picnic lunch at Keystone: Sunday ,
LONG TERMS Wed. Thur. June 9 10 .helping to celebrate the occasion
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS and Mrs. E. F. Phillips of Starke Charles Darby, secretary; Mrs: Landrums are moving out to their ;1
MONTH DOUBLE FEATURE which will be an'event of Thurs- :Merrill Struth, treasurer; Mrs. lake place on Kingsley this week- I were Carol Fields, Hazel and 0v

$8.53 PER Yankee BuccaneerIN day evening, June 18, at 7:30 T. H. Slade, Christian social, red end the Ed Torodes moved Herbert Green, Mr. and Mrs. O. 1
W. White, Sr., ;Mrs. J. H. Fields
TECHNICOLOR o'clock at the Maxwell home or. I ations; Mrs. W. E. :Middletonspiritual t out there on Tuesday and me ,
DownUse T. G. Mitchell' W. G. Haile;| from Gainesville are and Lucy White and son, Bobby
No Money Highway 100. Rev. life; Mrs. Fred Guys II
With Jeff Chandler and Susan
: Dansby celebrated his Ij
at Micky
will perform the double ring cere- membership; Miss Amy- Coburn, vacationing for '10 days the II j

Your Old Range Fort BaD mony.A publicity; and Mrs. Leslie Biggs, Adkins summer home ., Mr. 6th birthday Saturday afternoon I
AndFlaming with a party for 15 of his little
Mills of New
Mrs. ,Clyde
Down Payment reception will immediatelyfollow courtesy.:

Completely InstalledCYLINDER Feather the wedding ceremony at Circle 2 of-the Methodist Wl York the have W. B.rented Parks an home apartmentin on N. friends refreshments- they in enjoyed the. yard games. and, \ When your physician decides certain drugs'willhelp
Maxwell home.
With Forrest Tucker and Arleen the with' -Mrs. L. D little Freddy Thomson, who is
issued S. C. S. met Walnut. he writes a prescription but it takes
Whelan No Invitations are being Green Monday afternoon with spending this week with his

1 GAS Also Latest News but all friends and relatives of 12 members present.The : Have you noted the of Temple new traffic and 'grandparents, the F. F, Stumps, the skill and knowledge of aaeducated,experienced
the couple are Invited to attend. light at the corner I entertained at a Coronationslumber -
election of officers were streets? Its amazing how doctor's desires into
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I the new year. Mrs. J. H. Ritc)\ many thru it, not being use to it, while and his guests and hosts got up I health.giving, disease fighting medicines. There

Exclusive Features HELP YOU BUY IT trell led the read devotions.,a poem on Mrs."Friendship"Mrs J. B. Cot."[the. .tourists. hear the have E.been K. PerrymansJ observingit at, 4:30, over a. m.TV to.watch. Arthur the festivities L. fore, you want the best in pharmaceutical service

UNIT : J. B. Cottrell and Mrs. A! next week af- Holliday gave a swimming party offer.
ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER are expected home ; and wiener roast at the Haynes .-and that is what we are prepared to
Exclusive! Two top burners tad It isn't necessary merely to wish for one F. Sauls assisted the hostess in ter a 6 week's tour of the West I cottage on Santa Fe Lake Tuesday ,-
drip tray all In one unit. Catchesspiliovens of those new labor-saving, time-saving, serving refreshments., Florence Flynn left for Fort afternoon in celebration of

lifts like a feather, money saving electrical appliances. Walton Wednesday to, help Bun- his 9th birthday anniversary .

washnlike a plate. Burners are Through this bank you can finance sucha ny Kidd pack and get off to New and hear that Dot Sheppard "and Koch Drug StorePhone
Instant, 17 where Bunny
non-clog Ummeroet. purchase on a basis that meets your requirements York on will embark Jo Ella Hardy celebrated their

automatic'top lighting. and you*,income. We invite and her 5 younguns respective birthdays on Wednesday -
their husbandand
WHEEL REGULATOR Tokyo to join 53 Starke, Fla.
RED and Eldon and Jo Ella
to .
Exclusive!Invented by Magic Chef, you stop father, Maj. R.- G. Kiddfor also celebrated their wedding an-
Wheel Regulator they'll be three
the famous Red two years Thursday
niversary on
accurate temperature the water before reaching ,
always assures STATE BANK"The weeks on be From all accounts, the Judge .
full-t-ixe, Fiber- Florence will
control the .. Tokyo- ____________.....ww. .
glas-lnsulated oven. [back in Starke on Monday Tf f YYYYVVVVVYYYVVV VYYVVVVVYVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV V VV V VY V VTTT Y T yyyyyyy.

SWING,OUT BROILER Friendly Bank" ea Dolores McKnight came home

Exclusive Open the door and the Tuesday from FloridaSouthernand BARGAIN WEEK AT WINKLER'SSPECIALS

out, ready for 'as.Convenient will return there on the 15th
smokeless Fun to fix for summer school and Marcus

sizzling, savory steaks. Brown from Emory University !
TITANIUM PORCELAIN end Florence Brown from FSU ttaEIQILIIt

ENAMEL arrive home Sunday for a week

and sides are to their respective .
front returning

Seamless finished In top acid-resistant titaniumporetiain JH-R C-O-O-L-E-D I before schools for summer school THIS WEEK ONLY 3

enamel. No dirt-catching A Billy Cressler also arrives 1

..s crevices. Easy to clean, stays glistening home this weekend from Emory
I III "'III I 1111# "I IStarke's Duncan
and Kaspar
white. at
ATTRACTIVE BACK PANEL vill be home for an_ overnightvisit t
and handy tlmef In chrome with his family Saturday

boosing.LArap Unique deflector conceals from Emory University before OVEN Clothes Dryer 3 a

flue for stream-lined appearance, DRIVE INN RESTAURANT t tyA leaving' the next day to join other

directs cooking vapors away from s, a college students at a summer resort Was Was $239.95 \
wall to keep your kitchen dean. in the Yellowstone Natl RANG E t

MODERN DESIGN 4 Park, where they will work this
We Deliver NOW $279.95General NOW $189.95 :!
Smooth contours, waterfall front, e.r-Kaspar will also stop
rounded corners add beauty to off in Chicago for a bit of sightseeing -: C t

your kitchen. And Magic Chef Phone 329 this .DAY of DAYS while enroute and. Electric'V AS $329.95 'BENDIX DELUXE [

construction means 1-o-n-- Louis Haines returned home from "
sturdy -. All the splendor of the Thursday. VACUUMSWEEPER FLOOR
Stetson on NOW -
life l
1111 I I III' 1111 I' I' 411 II I '
GUARANTEEDEach day is yours forever in Sorry to hear that Margaret IRONERWas i

range is guaranteed for one SPECIALIZING IN your wedding portraits. Colson has the, mumps ,. ,i
workmanship returned home Tues-
deled.In Jewell Joyner
year against or ,material. Burners are COLD PLATES CHICKEN May we make them for day after an appendectomy in $279.95

guaranteed life.Central you? the :Daniel Clinic in Jax. and Was $84.95 $269.95 NOW $199.95 3'NOW

s- SHRIMP I young Archie Green has his foot

in a cast for 6 weeks after suffering $34.95

FloridaGas CURB OR DINING ROOM the playground a broken last ankle week over. .at* SEE US IF YOU NEED BARGAINS 1

Edwards Is the new
.., see Carolyn
& Appliance Co. I 11# tt t consession operator and Jimmy
TEMPLE AVE. & PRATT ST. ,STARKE, FLA. PHONE 263 STARKE, FLJ Cole the new cashier at the Fla. We Service What 'We Sell. U Years Your Hotpoint Dealer1i' .J

Phone 301 Starke. Fla. .. Theatre Josephine Johns ... ....
former cashier has joined skier...,... .... .' t
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-r r r r11 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner and Mrs. Ben Rowland and daughter I

daughter Karen, of Akron Ohio Kay spent the weekend in ...
will arrive Saturday for a week's Tallahassee visiting Mrs. Row-
visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. F, Lan- land's sister, Mrs. George Mc-
drum and family at Kingsley Lake. Daniel. They brought home with I

}Mrs c. j.. Powell and son, them, the Rowland's granddaughters -

C- IN THE NEWS George. Mrs. Robert Lappe and Sandy and Mary Helen
Herschel ,Crosby spent the first Marshall of Apalachicola, who
... the"week in Valdosta, Ga.
part of will visit here for the remainderof

Mrs. Pat Mitchell and son.Craig,]I Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and son, visiting relatives. the week.
Elmira Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson spent All Summer Hats reduced half-
arrived Sunday from Lubbock, Billy left Thursday for
Texas for an indefinite visit with Heights, N. Y. to spend two i the weekend with her daughterMrs. price at Leila's. t :
Glen Hartwig, in Tampa. Pfc. Donald L. Cochran son of
Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Ralph months with Mrs. Dockstader's
sisters. |I Mrs. Carl Hunter and children Mrs. Jimmy Swindell finished
Begue, and family. father, Ben Welsh and
Chief Boatswain's Mate and Mrs. Mr. .and Mrs. Ovid Hubrich and f are spending this week in Zephry-1'i boot training at Parris Island,
T S. Hogsed left over the daughter, Kathy, of DaytonaBeach I hills visiting Mrs. Hunter's par- is. C. May 28th. He returned to
weekenc11 I \ ents Mr and Mrs. John Clardy. !Parris Island June 2 after spend-
for Parris_Island, S. C. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. j.
Hogsed will be stationed after two I Crawford and daughters of Gainesville i Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and ing several days with his mother,

weeks visit with'or, Hdfsed'smother were .Sunday'guests of Mr.: son, Micky, visited Mr. and Mrs. from there he win go to Camp
James Hudson in Palatka on Sun- Lejunne, N.C. for s training.
Mrs. W. B. Parks. and Mrs. Cecil SewelL '
Mayor,and Mrs. George B. Slickof All Summer Hats reduced half- .day. afternoon. Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Sargentof I
N. Miami Beach were weekend price at Leila's. I I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Begue and Fort Jackson, S. C. are vaca- .
classmates 'I family and houseguests, Mr. an guests of Mr and Mrs. S. W Hais- Miss Idell Landrum and here with
ten and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller.: from U. of F., Misses Patricia [i'Mrs. Joe Waldo of Carrie N. C.,\the *C. J. Powells and the Sar-

Mrs. Miller, also of Mttmi Beach Denmark and Zelda Head- [spent ,last week at Strickland'son gents in Keystone Heights. FLA. GRADE

has been spending the past"three ley:"have spent the past two week. i Kingsley Lake. I Mr.,and Mrs Clifford Sinks and
weeks with her parents:. theHaistens. at the J.andl'1lDcottage on Kings-I Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Thorn of,children and Mr. and Mrs. Bill FRYERS: Dressed and DrawnWhole 45
.* TeyLake.Mrs.i i Miami are visiting Mr, and Mrs. Witherspoon of Nashville, Tenn C
C. G.Barksdale this
week. LB
and Mrs. Rob-
Leslie and Robert Humphries Carrie Ritch .was in Jack- were guests of Mr. :
were honored by the Presbyterian sonville on business Monday. Mr and Mrs. P. A. Dampier of bie Shaller from Friday to Mon .
[Jacksonville were weekend gutstsof '
Miss Mamie Anderson of Archer day. -
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening Mr: and Mrs., R. E. f Azalea Brand All Meat
at an inform social. -followingthe spent the weekend with Mr. and I f\\f- Mr.and Mrs. G. B. Colson Dampier of Chief W-O and Mrs. Norbert Super Right Fancy
regular ,Sunday evening program I Mrs. E. M. Davis.Mr. .-!-.:t; Szymczak and daughter Sally ib .
meeting. The Humphrieswill .; and Mrs.:J. Ottenheimer I Brooker were Sunday guests ,df Ann, of Fort Bragg, N. C. were BOLOGNA 39C' Ib
.Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson. SLICED 69CN.
leave :Monday to visit relativesin of Albany, N., Y were guests of ., Mr. and Mrs: N. D. Wainwright weekend guests of A. L. Crosbys, BACON
Miami during the summer. Mr.' and Mrs. L.' A. Davis.the first Jr. and .other old friends here. ,
Denhiia Skirts $%.00 at Leila's. of the'week. I visitors: },Ir. and :Mrs. J. E. Hardy and .

Wright family TisiUl Mr. and Mrs. O. B. C. VanillaWAFERS Canadian 12 Oz. Cans
W. Barry in Brooktr on sun .

Give your Television Set the properTechnicaj and Mr.children and :Mrs.of Jacksonville Dameron Black spent i weekend Mrs. Al In Hartmann Ocala visiting spent ar'l large pkg 31C lUNCHEON MEAT 3 for $1 1 1lona
Sunday with
I i Mrs. Black', mother, son-in-law and daughter, }Mr. and I
Knowledge and SkillIt Mrs. W; B. Parks. Friends of the
Mrs. Don Champion. Mrs. Cham- .
will be interested to know -
pion and baby, Champ, Jr., re-
Needs that they are moving to Atlanta, Our Own Self-Rising
Ga. turned with Mrs. Hartman for a or
cm June 6 where Mr. Black

We Give You An Estimate Before We" Repair Your Set '' has Aetna been Insurance transferred Co.. with the week's Mrs. visit.L. D. Green joined Mr. TEA BAGS 18 bags 29C FLOUR PlainIbs $1 1Swansea's .

Straw Handbags reduced for Green at Flager Beach from Tues- ..
Mr. Green
clearance at Leila's day to Friday where
for the Hotel Com-
was working
Sgt and Mrs. J. D. Smith of Fresh
Rdi AndTelevision Jessup: Ga. spent the weekend ,mission. Boned
plU 11 ICP with Mrs. Laura Tison.. i I Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had as her i
J. L. Edwards and I COLORED CHEESE 45 Oz can
UHfHLlLll, Service. Mr.Mrs.and Kate Mrs.Sheppard M. H. Sheppardand were in son Monday, Johnny guests, of Tampa. CHICKEN 5 39C

i Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Mrs.
PHONE 153 ValdostaGa. on Sunday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sheppard. Dorothy Ford and daughters spent

NOTICE-We have moved to Call St.,,in Williams Jew Sheriff P, Dt Reddish. Harmon Sunday at Jacksonville Beach White House Skimmed Swanson's BonedTURKEY

elry Co., .doors. from Koch Drug Store Morgan, J. R. Kelly and Gene and visiting Mr.and Mrs. M. C.I tall for
I .
Long were in Tallahassee on business Ford, Sr. in Jacksonville.Mrs. MilK can 3 2SC oz can
r on Tuesday. J. H. Gill of Augusta, Ga.I 5 33C

Drew Reddish of the U. of F, is staying at her cottage on'
spent the weekend with Mrs. Kingsley Lake for ten days. Mr..
Reddish in Jacksonville. Gill is joining her weekends. ,
TRADE IN Leslie Wood of Lake City was Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. was the overnight guest Tuesdayof
J. Thomas, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Graham.Mr. '
I on Tuesday.Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Colsorf and Mrs.-Lonnie Dobbs "of .FANCY JUICY

WEEK Mrs. Havana Johns Mrs. Ed Hicksof Gainesville were, Monday evening U E1''IONS 29CDOt
and Mrs. Alton
Starke and Mrs. N. P. Hicks I Dobbs.guests of Mr. .
and Mrs. Marjorie McIntyre of
At Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, I
Monday.H.Lawtey. were in Gainesville on I Sr. spent Sunday in Brooker visiting I 01

ria. Mrs. T. D. Dyal. ..
Phone 80 Starke
.. L. Brownlee, Jr. and son, Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Geiger of 1
Morris of New Orleans arrived weekend ,
2.PC. LIVING. ROOM SUITE 179.95 Tuesday for a week's visit with guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.1 J Yellow Cooking Sugar Rose _

the senior Brownlees. The Brown-Doyle. 'I 'Ihs '
OLD SUITE -00 Tees are spending a few days this and : W. P. Booras 303 cans 4fiC
= YOUR# Ji40. f Mr. Mrs I ONIONS 5 19C 2
.. week: at their cottage at St. baby daughter of Jacksonville TOMATOES
:: [l''l't; Augustine Beach. and Frances Durden of Jacksonville I .
.95 Mrs. Joe Wilson drove Mrs. Beach were' weekend guests I 0.
i' : BALANCE !139. Nan McDonald to her home in ,. Booras' grandparents, '
..: t Pensacola l on Wednesday'att'er of Mrs Western Large SweetCANTALOUPES New White
Mr. and :Mrs.J. H. Ritch at Kings-
a weeks visit here. j Booras was the each
.. ley
4w Mr and Mrs. Earl Johnson and I 39C Ibs
former Betty Jo Durden of JaCk-
t..1 family of Metter, Ga. are staying sonville,, Beach. IG
m I Iat the Wilson cotage on Kings- Straw llaydbags reduced for
ley Lake this month. clearance at Leila's. j
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman E. L. Langston of Olanta, S.. C. I Ivory
spent last week at Ashville and several weeks A & P Seedless ,.
who is spending
Highlands. .N. C. son-in-law and daughter. med bar for '
with his
Paul Duncan of the U. of F. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McKnight, SOAP 3 .13C RAISINS package
was the Tuesday guest of Mr. and was honored at a birthday party I 11C
Mrs. W. H. NoJlman.
last Friday evening at the Mc: .
rr Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Knight home on W. Madison .
spent Thursday in Jacksonville street, celebrating his 83rd an- Ivory

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. niversary. Ten of his friends help- Ige package large bottle
Dawkins and attending their ed him to celebrate the occasion. SNOW 21C JOY 29C
Janelle's third
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan
Similar To birthday anniversary.Mrs. had.as weekend guests Mr. and _
J. O. Kent of Orchard Mrs John Sullivan of Branford
Above Picture Park, N. Y. returned home after Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan of reg bar for 1
spending three weeks here with JAllendale, S. C. and :Miss Elsie j CAMAY 3
her mother Mrs. Fredia Manire. Larcey of Sylvania, Ga.J. 6 ZCTEA Zpkgs
Earl L. McGruder received his D. Doyle attended the Dry NAPKINS 23C
discharge May 22nd after serving Cleaners Convention and Clinicin

three years in Korea and Japan.He Orlando last Saturday and Sun- regular bar
is visiting his grandmother j LAVA' 1 Dc -
THEATRE Mrs. Hattie Jones and will enter day.Weekend house guests at the 1 Marcal}

FLORIDA the U of F June 11. home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes*

STARKE Denhim Skirts $2.00 at Leila's. were Mr. and :Mrs. R. V. Gurthie pkg
Mrs. J. H. Williams o'f Lake and daughter, and Hiram: Leviner l- Ige package DINNER NAPKINS 1SC
Butler and Miss' Louise Stern
Dedicated To Community Service of Orlando. Joining them on Sun- OXYDOL 2IC
I "Movies Are Better,Than Ever" attended the Jacksonville Philharmonic day for dinner were Mr. and :Mrs., .
I o Spring concert W. H. Tarrent and family of Jack-

If 'you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ac d I at 'the Jacksonville Woman's sonville. Marcal}

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS:., Club on Sunday. Raymond Howe, Jr. of Green Ige package
Pvt. Charles E. Knight left ville, S. C. spent the weekend with TIDE 21C
SAT.. JUNE 5 ONLY Sunday for Camp Kilmer, N. J. his parents, Marion and Raymond PASTEL NAPKINS 2pkg23C
" TUES., WED. JUNE 9,1(I after a week's visit with relatives. Howe.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, I
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Knight is at present visitingher I

THE parents, Mr. and Mrs. McCannin Ibs
McIntosh. CRISCO 3 89C Marcal
Byron Newcomb, Tom Slade !

STARWith and Marion Harrington were in HANKIES package 9C
Orlando from Tuesday Thurs-

day attending graduation exert cans ,
Bett Davis and HayderPlus 1 cisea. BABO ,1 2SC "

"Tale Two Mice" Car Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. Rath' 12 Oz Can
AND toon and Latest World New:S and family and Miss Frances
Caidwell were in t. Augustineon Sweetheart
post of Robe7ioa1 J. A. SHADD Sunday. .43C
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand I 1 bath bar 1 for .
family left Wednesday for a SOAP .23C
Thur., Fri. June 11 and 12DOWN week's tour of the' Florida west- Rath1
12 Oz Can
coast. '
i Mr. and :tli$. O. C. Gay of Playing Ostrich? Pan SAUSAGE
rr.ia z.i., '''- Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Peter BREAKFAST 39CPEANUT
tAlE SCOTT-de CORDOVA. Mrs. Jerry Gay Monday evening.Mr. _
1t.sis4 b Lw.rt Pktwa,he AMONG and Mrs. L. S. Hutto re- IT won't help!
.. BUTTER 3SCRath's
turned home Sunday after a ten
Plus "Professor Small and SHELTERING I day visit with relatives in Colum Ignoring facts and trustingto 2-4 Oz. Cans
Mr. Tall" Cartoon and Chap- I his. S. C. and Georgia. "blind luck" will never pre- -

ter No. 7 "Captain Video" Mr. and Mrs. B. T Thomas vent your property from being 1 Kitchen Charm VIENNA SAUSAGE B
PALMS will attend a Thomas family reunion damaged or destroyed by disaster -j
EDWARD BURNS at the Itchstucknee Riveron roll

Sunday.Mr. WAX PAPER 23 .
. SUN., MON. JUNE 7, 8BATTLE With Mitzer Gaynor andWilliam and Mrs; Bill Tilley and gAunt
Lundman Better adequate Plain 'SeIE.
daughter, Donna, returned home get strong and or Jamima
PLUS"Feather Tuesday after ten day stay in insurance. Look up

Tampa. Prices in this ad effective through Sat., June 6 FLOUR 5 Ibs MFC
CIIICIS Weight Champs" sonville Cecil en L.business'on Douglas was Wednesday.in Jack- H. C. WALL "dumm

With.June Allyson and Hum Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson AGENCYPhone ,ett 8tt m tlb::"trlU m.
and children and
ALSO spent Monday Ocean S
Bogart -
phrey Tuesday in Ocala with Mr. and .
Plus "Make Believe "Revue" "It Could Happen To You" Mrs. Patton. 146 t7. .
Cartoon and World Miss Kathleen Judd of Orlandowas 200
Latest E. Call Street
News A Pete Smith Special the guest of Mrs.Maxie Car- SAUCE 23CJr".e
ter at Kingsley Lake on Sundayand .IeS/uMWni t Mtlflt llto1lMr

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1i t FRIDivyyvyyyyvvyvyyyyyyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvviVt AY, dU11 3,19x3be
i 195'7" 4.000 I the -
195 4.... the validity cf bonds. be entertained. The bonds will be ,
The on the
of the date
purpose issuance
of above stated
! upon
1959 4.000 awarded to the lowest bidder offering
FARMER'S these bonds is receipt of
1960 to finance the cost to the bid and the check ,.f
4.000 purchase the bonds at the
of improvements .
1961 to certain streets, lowest unsuccessful bidders will be returned -
5.000 interest cost to the City.
r 1962 5,000 avenues and thoroughfares. in the Such cost: to be determined by de- Immediately. The check of
n City of Starke. I the successful bidder
d will be held
DIARY 1962 5,000 ducting the total amount of any encashed
Denomination 1000.00 principal Bidders are requested to name premium bid from the aggregate security of the performance -
and 'semi-annual interest (May and the interest rate or rates not to exceed amount of Interest upon all of the .that the of his bid. but in the event
By Sam McGarvey November first) shall be payable at four per cent (4%) per annum bonds from their date until their Jo successful, bidder shall fail
the office of the City Treasurer, Cityof in multiples of 1/8 or 1/10 of 1%. respective maturities. comply with the terms of his bid
.. The Starke, State of Florida; payable Each bidder may name not more Each bid must be. enclosed! in a Jhe the check may then be cashed and
r author win be glad to receive solely from the net revenues derived than three rates of interest and sealed envelope marked "Proposalfor : full proceeds; retained as and fur
items of interest concernIng from the operation of Its existing must specify in his bid the amount Utilities Revenue Bonds" and i liquidated damages.
the activities of farmers in light waterworks and sewer- and maturities of the bonds of each must be accompanied by a certifiedor vJhe.rtght to reject any and all
i iY systems operated as a Joint system. rate and all bonds maturing on same bank cashier's check for 1500. bids is reserved.
Bradford,County. Suggestions may The bonds of this issue numbered dates must have interest at the 00 payable unconditionally to the City of Starke, FloridaBy
;, be left at the Telegraph office ornailed By Geo. T. Huggins one (1) to Seventeen (17), both same rates. No bid of less than par order of the City of Starke. Florida Carl Johns
inclusive, maturing in the and accrued interest or for less on which no interest will be allowed. City Clerk.
, to Sm McGarvej Lawtey County Agent 1954 and 1958, both inclusive, are years not than all of the bonds offerej will Award or rejection of bids will 5/15 5t t/12
redeemable prior to their
tz Agricultural Extension ,Service stated dates of maturity. respective Bonds of

t. ...i.. .1..1................................... this issue numbered from- Eighteen : -
Hog Owners Good News can't help liking it. We have en- (18) to Forty (40), both inclusive, )i I
'Well,- we have a new pet now it bothers them. But we noticed Word maturing in the years 1959 to 1963,I
received a few days ago joyed vegetables fresh from some both Jaclustve, are redeemable
f DId we say pet? We meant to that Petal, Daisy's yearling heifer that the legislature approved ,of our field ever since we came to their respective dates of maturity prior I!! Stokely Week Sale !
at the option of the
City, In
say pest. The lone survivor of (her daddy is a full-blooded Brahman funds for free serum and virus to the county. Even got some meat or in part in inverse numerical whole i!
'I Henrietta's ill-fated litter is being ) had almost no flies on her until July 1., The regular appro- once. The usual conversation is der if less than all, on May 1. 1953 {
Understand priation into effect July 1 that if there is no body in the or on any interest payment date
1 raised on a bottle and is in that the belief is goes thereof at the principal amount I
a on the front porch. Named that the Brahman cattle exude so the picture looks pretty good. field or at home-just feel free thereof plus accrued interest to|I -
cage .
flies Due to the of to help yourself. Folks like date of redemption and a premium'of """""_
.::, Hurtle (she has a tail like a turtle something which keeps off. backlog serum that Twenty-five Dollars $25.00) for \
the little tinker raises a We know that -Petal has less and virus orders accumulated in make a community and a county each bond so called for redemption
t ,
f Tallahassee the time that will attract in 1958, which premium shall reduce
trouble with flies than the other during no Anybody. That '
racket about every two hours, by Five Dollars $5.00) in each :year 9
1 nuisance cows. free serum and virus was availa- kind of friendship is a challengeto thereafter so that the bonds shall be a
day and night, and is a real Gj
L raiseher .S. ble, suppliers have not enoughto make special effort to be of callable at a premium of Twenty :::::::.
However if we can Dollars $20.00) In 1959 and j
f we'll at -least have something We have seen a cow walk fill all requests. We hope to more service to the people when- premium in 1963. without :=::::::

J to eat out of all the money we through some mud, and then keep up with request for treating'the ever possible. We are enjoyingand 'The bonds have been, or will be.I I --
: kick off some of the mud from her best we can as supplies will appreciate the kindness of validated by the Circuit' Court of
for her Bradford :
i spent for feed mammy County, Florida and'the approving ?!E"
'toon Mur-' hind feet. We've also seen them allow ALL the folks in the county. We opinion of Giles J. Patter- -
as we can get ::;
r Just ;;:
aa her kick off.some of the spry: which Bangs and T. B. Tests want to serve you the best we son,.Esquire and Patterson, Freeman
{j tie eating solid feed put Richardson & Watson. Jaeksonville,i f
the withHiggie. runs down on their feet. We These tests are free to live- can and in any way we can to Florida, will be furnished without '..
down in Jl0g.pen :::; r.
'. '. were spraying Daisy and not' stock owners. The state feels keep our county. on (the top of the cost to the purchaser of the bonds ''
fc There will also be furnished the'usual
| 'Carted Henrietta and Higgie'sf thinking of a thing in the world: ,I' that it is important enough to list. closing papers including a cer- ,

f six pigs off to market 'this week. when all of a sudden BANG!!! keep .these cowdisease under Attend Farm Bureau tificate pending stating that there is no litigation //////// -
} the old girl had some weight on something hit Sam a little below control that making the test Tonight at; 8 p. m. in the Courthouse of the bonds. the validity -,|

j, her, for she tipped' the beam at ', the kneecap. His implusewas free will encourage you -to take at Starke !is a meeting you The purpsoe of the Issuance off| Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. June 6 ,
of the service. We should attend. these bonds is to finance the
advantage are cost
' The six feeders to get a: stick and beat her
385 pounds. of additions, replacements,
9 weighed. 220, or an average oft ears off, but he suddenly remem- told that Bangs disease in cattle, Farm Bureau under the leader- ments and extensions to Improve-I Low Prices

about 36 pounds at 8 weeks. Hen- bered that 'she was- only kickingher which causes undulant fever in ship of T. K. McClane, Jr., has age Bidders system are of requested the City to of 152 Call Street

1 rietta was graded as" an Extra ,foot dry. Sure would hate to persons, can be our No. 1 diseaseif been on the job during meetingsof Interest rate or rates not to exceed Everyday -
$18.30 be. kicked, by a mule. it is not controlled. We urge the legislature. You have no- four per cent (4%) per annum in
% and we got
Heavy Rough multiples of 1/8 or 1/10 of 1%; Each Starke Florida
you to take advantage of this ticed several bills affecting the Specials Tool ,
fc for her;which we think Is mightyA bidder may name not more than
not, yet heard how Comfort led a breakout,: and service. If you did not receive a farmer have been presented and three rates of interest and must .
; card let have passed. For those that the Farm specify in his bid the amount and
us your request
but led Petal, Happy and Slugger-to
I feeders
much we got. for the maturities of the bonds of each rate
.*.- !is about 25c a pound. the woods pasture in back of our I anyway. Bureau has been encouraged to and all bonds maturing on same
our guess Bradford Good support, that support has been dates must have interest at the same
. Hospitality
"e place. We waited a day or so I rates. No bid of less than par and Stokely California Halves or SlicesPEACHES
{ We are through raising big for them.. to come back, and then Some one asked me the other given. accrued interest or for less than all
f When we first came here went after them on the tractor. 'day if I liked Bradford County. Organization is important to of the bonds offered will be enter- .
sows tained. The bonds will be
t and bought a: male we noticed that Comfort and Happy came back My answer was "YES SIR" in -a Florida agriculture. Let us do our to the lowest bidder offering awarded to

4 brought through the break in .the fence, strong tone of voice. When folks part in supporting our greatest purchase the bonds at the lowest Interest -
of sows
, here the majority for breeding were' much but Petal and Slugger used their are as friendly and neighborly as farm organization. Attend Fri- be determined cost to by the deducting City. Such the cost total to No 2 / Can29c

.4 smaller than ours, and we should big Brahman- ears as wing flaps everybody has been to us you day night. amount the aggregate of any amount premium of bid interest from

have thin seen that there was a and just sailed over the fence. upon all of the bonds from their
date until their respective maturi-
good reason for It Anyhow,
eat too doggone much, Got some fence posts from the ties.Each
big sows bid must be encumvu in a
and they can really tear' up a pile we treated and repaired the: SOIL CONSERVATION sealed envelope marked "Proposalfor Stokely Bartlett Stokely Fruit Stokely Orange .

place when they have a mind to, place where they broke through.! Cewer Revenue Ponds" and
must be accompanied by a certifiedor
,and then when they have a litterof A noted 'poet (we believe it was N-E-W-S bank cashier's check for $1,500.00
I they mash as many as Robert Frost) wrote that: Good i. payable unconditionally to the order COCKTAIL
pigs Bill HaasU of the City of Starke, Floridaon ,
they raise. At least this has been fences mean good neighbors. If By which no interest will be allowed. -

experience so far. We now that is the case we have a lot of SOIL Award or rejection of bids willie
our S. CONSERVATION the date above
on stated
have a medium-size sow, piggle. fixing up to do on our fences. receipt of the bid and the checks upon of

She had six pigs as a gilt, raised e SERVICE the unsuccessful bidders will be returned -I No 303 46OL
and we think we Old Mister Sun is really beating immediately. The check of 303
six fine pigs, ., the successful bidder will be held 2'Se 21e 25CCAN
can feed her without going brokeIn down on us poor mortals these -> ncashed as security of the performance Can CAN

the process. days. At. noontime he is almost Bradford Soil Conservation District speech at the Crimson Clover event that of the his bid successful, but in bidder the

directly over, head and we "hunt Cooperatives, E. L. Crawford Festival in Winchester, Tenn., shall fail to comply with the termsof

Well, here it Is May 23 and the shade". But in the early and C. E. Andrews, received "Improved rotations based on ashed his bid and the the proceeds check may retained then be as

'. -!, we're still picking and selling morning and late in the eveningit their Basic Soil ConservationFarm perennial grass-legume sods are and for full liquidated damages t j

berries. Many of the plants have is comfortable. t Plan this week. Lawton is steadily gaining in favor. Farmers The right to reject any and all Sure Mix
lot that are U- stock in all where the of bids Is reserved. '
died, but there are a raising dairy replacement areas acreage :.
protected by grass arid weeds How we need rain now! The and is using Pensacola Bahia as grass has been greatly increased City By of Carl Starke Johns Florida I

that are still producing some good soil is so dry that it is foolish to his main pasture grass. Andrewsis are developing interest in rota- 'City Clerk. I

berries. Right now we are having try to plant anything, and whatis using Pensacola Bahia and Pan- ting between cultivated crops and 5/15 5t 6/12

more trouble picking the berries growing is burning up.Our gola for permanent pasture and pasture sod in their plowable OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE I 3 Lb Can85C'

than we,.Ire. in -,selling them. A tomato vines seem to be harmed oats and sweet lupine for winter pastures. Other farmers are plant- S80.000.00

trucker stops here three nights most of all. The leaves are curl- grazing. On his cropland C. E.'s ing mixtures of perennial grass rtilitiei City of StarLe Revenue, Florida Bonds I

- a week and we can sell all the ing up and dying. We saw an Infestation plan calls for blue lupine improvethe I and clover on cropland to begin Sealed bids will be received by!

,berries we have at $7 a crate. But of striped cucumber organic matter in the soil rotations between hay or grazing the Starke City, Council Florida of at the its ,City regular of I' Tide's In Dirt's 'Out .

the picking is a job, because the beetles in the tomatoes, sprayed The other day 'we discussed crops and cultivated crops. Thisis place of meeting at the City

berries are hidden, and that sun with DDT and that fixed those a wholesome trend that deservesthe Hall. In Starke, Bradford County, ;
grass based rotation with Paul Florida, until 8 o'clock P.M. Eastern
is getting mighty hot Solar in pests. Faulkner to be used on his farm support of all who are in- Standard Time, on Tuesday the 16th I ,
May we have sold almost as muchas e terested in soil conservation and day of June A.D. 1953 at which time TIDE Box21h2c
which is located on the Conner
and place all bids will be publicly
did in March. decided not to attemptto Large
Finally agriculture"Howard Utilities I
.. Bridge Road. Here is what Dr. opened and read $80,000.00 -
plant field corn as late as it Revenue Bonds, dated May 1.
Robert M. Salter, Chief of the Bissland wildlife bi-
serially in numer-
\Ve )have an idea that runner I is and instead think that well 1953 and maturing t
Soil Conservation Service, said (fllogist] with the Soil Conservation ical order in the years and amountsas
plants are going to be both scarce plant hairy indigo, and then we'll follows:
in his I
and high this Fall. One man, we have some grazing for our cows. about grass based rotation Service, whose office is in Year An .B.t Donald Duck .
1955 $3,000
know set out 2,000 nursery plants We hate' to think of not having too' Orlando, spent the day checkingthe 1956 3,000

and right now he has about 100 any field corn this year, but we'll fish pond of Adolph Gay and 1957 3,000
195S 3,000
left due to the dry weather. So just have to let it go, and see if Think we'll always squirm whenwe Container Corporation of America.I 1959 3,000

we are going to wait until: we geta we. can't start, a lot earlier on it look back on this season and Bissland, who covers the entire 1960 4,000 MAY'NAI Qt Jar39c
1961 4,000
good soaking rain and then next year. remember planting sweet corn state in his work as wildlife 1962 4.000

rake the mulch off three of our four times and getting a measly specialist, makes recommendationsto 1963 4.000

berry beds, hoe them clean, Looks like the price of Irish two rows out of it all. It's beena soil conservation district co- 1964 1965 5,000 4,006 t

scratch in some, castor pumice, potatoes is going back up again. very rough season for us. operators for., increasing game, 1966 5,000

and see if we cant raise some We know a farmer around here e such as quail, turkey, and deer on 1967 5,000 5,000

xllnnersbe!!!! a hard job,, who is getting $1.75 a hamper We had been thinking of trying their land, as well as improving 1968 1969 ?5.000 SUPERBRAND CLOVERBLOOM Large Golden Rip

and we may have to b n puin.r 1 '$1 fist and we, hope that we can, tQ raise shade-grown, tomans fishing in their ,ponds 1970 1971 5,000 5,000 '

to get,water to them beforewe're gei: around .thai for Ours. Stillhaven't here In the Summer, but according 1972 1973 5,000 5,000 OLEO BUTTER BANANAS!

through. dug 'em yet. to an expert down at the University FFA NEWS NOTES"Just Denomination $1.000.00 principaland
,. eAt it is difficult to do, for the semi-annual interest (May and

When we say buy another pumpwe last we've-raised some de- reason that the fruit will not set as soon as it rains" will I November of first the) City shall Treasurer be payable City at
shudder. Imagine having an- cent looking pepper. We raisedour because there is not enough' dif- begin the planting of pasture tie of i Starke State of Florida: payable

other pump like Flnnegan on the own plants, gave them lots ference between the day and grasses on the Future Farmers oi f solely from the net proceeds of the

place! We'd be busy fixing pumps of fertilizer, and although the night temperatures. Live and America 10-acre plot in conjunction said Utilities[ City.Service Tax collected by 2 Lbs 39CPatti es31C 2 Lbs 2'5c

all the time. plants aren't as bier as they learn. with the Soil 'Conservation The bonds of this issue numbered
e e one (1) to Twelve (12), both inclusive -
Service V. R. FFA
} should be, we're getting some says Ferguson, maturing in the years 1955 to .
Finally got Slugger (Comfort's pretty big pepper. Most berry experts agree thatit adviser. 1958. both inclusive, are not redeem-
three month old bull calf) castrated Is a good idea to bed up your Ferguson said he will plant able prior to their respective stated
-maturity.. Bonds of this
Harold Eunice and his fine We now have some steady helpon crop on land which has been some Pensacola, Bermuda and Issue numbered from Thirteen (13)

boys, Mac and Truby Griffis help- our place. Hired a woman to planted in cow peas or some other other pasture grasses in the land to Eighty (80), both inclusive 1959 to ,1973 ma- U. S. Govl Grade "CHOICE" Eat-RiteVEAL T ;
in the
ed us, and as usual when we get work half a day every day of cover crop. So we're going to :the boys cleared and prepared turing both inclusive, are redeemable priorto

help on a job like this one we the week,' and eo far she has plant the part of the field where :during the fall for experimental their respective dates of maturingat

learned something. We were going -. done fine. She says that she is we're going to have our next I purposes. the in part option in Inverse of the City numerical, in wholeor or- I II

to put a slip noose around.Slugger' slow, but she picks berries care- crop of berries in cow peas as However, with the recent dry der if less than all, on May 1, 1958or CHOPS

neck, but Harold showed fully, and does every job. soon as we can. I spell, it looked as though Fergu-I I II i thereof 03 any at the interest principal payment amount date

us how to put on a rope halter. give her just as carefully. I I son may have one less job this thereof, plus accrued interest to date

Slugger weighs about 250 lbs. ., Every day now we get a few summer. of redemption and a premium of
Dollars ($25.00) for
S e We''hear from Curtis Griffis less eggs, and the day of culling each bond so called for redemptionin

Our milk cows Joy and Daisy that com is bringing a pretty them out is almost here. We'regoIng fa Circuit J.OTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County 1958, which premium shall reduce -I'

were almost pestered to death good price: $1.75 a 'crate for undusted to sell every dogone hen Flaridai IB Chapter ($2.50)by in Two each and year 50/100 thereafter Dollars I Rib Chops Loin

with flies, 'so we mixed up some corn, and more for worm that we ,don't need, and then Zbislaw Wanda L.M.Roehr Roehr Defendant.Case Plaintiff. vs. that the bonds of shall Twenty-two be .callable and ata I 59C hBoPS 7 gc

spray and gave the old girls free corn. Hope that the price turn these'left loose in the backof So. 982Xotlre 50/100 premium Dollars $22.50)) in 1959 and
some relief. It almost drives us stays up and that the farmers the pasture and let them To Appear without premium in 1968. LBTender
To: Wanda L. Roehr, whose resl
crazy to see how the flies trouble get some money out of. it. And scratch out part of their feed. denee and address is: Thomaston, The bonds have been, or will be

the cows, and we can imagine how Isn't okra bringing a good price,, We're not going to feed that: I Connecticut.Your are hereby notified that validated Bradford County by, the Florida Circuit and Court the of Veal I Shoulder Veal "W- I Boneless Veal

pack of hungry eaters through' suit for approving opinion of Giles J. Patterson I
r49c Slew'Lb. 59c
-A.- another Divorcehas Esquire and Patterson. Freeman Cutlets i*. 89c Roasl u. .
. non-laying season. Richardson & Watson. Jacksonville -
been filed against you in the .
a Florida will be furnished
above named Court and cause and
Dusting the squash with DDT you are required to serve a copy of without cost to the purchaser of the Tender Sliced Beef U. S. Gr. CHOICE Eot-Rite Beef Chuck
your answer or pleading to the com- bonds. There will also be furnished -
(which is contrary to the experts) plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney the usual closing papers including -
Wof has resulted in some of the leaves T. Frank Landrum, Starke FlorIda a certificate stating that thereis
; f INTEGRITY no litigation pending affecting
being burned. But so far we and file the original in the office of LIVER.lb 39c ROAST 39&DUNCAN
., the Clerk of the Circuit Court Lb
,. haven'tmany worms yet, so we on ... .,. .. ,
".. ; conduct and dealing with better don't know yet what to think or 1J5J before; otherwise the 15 the day allegations of June of ,__ __' __ u' _"" ,_'u, ..'

thoughtfulness and in all about it. said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
economy by you. HEAR BETTER
these This notice shall be published
serving the
our -
reputable When Alice was taking Aretha once each week for four Consecutive
quality of this well bown firm. home they stopped in to> get ,weeks graph. In the Bradford County Tele- OR PAY NOTHINGlIIm ZONES OrangeJUICE HUSO Frozen SWANSON Frozen

-r some, ice at Lawtey, and were Dated this 13 day of May, 1953. ...[UAU tuuimi!
upon by one of Nathan Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Starling's young 'uns. He askedus Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
--" DeWITT C. JONES to put his name in the Paper.So 5/15 4t I/S 7jjfgHeHEARING

;- Phone 7 Starke, Fla here it is.. : OFFICIAL$JtOTICE 40.00000.Sewer OP SALE FROZEN !

R n..e' Be... 7 Cans 99c 5 99c 3 For 99c
," ., One time the devil didn't City .( Stark Florida AIDS
' have Sealed bids will be received
mucn to keep him'busy by
< so
the City Council of the City o"f TalE GIEAT MODELS
Funeral Director Ambulance Service he got to thinking of some other Starke, Florida at Its ,regular place
of meeting at the EACH ... .- 4-oe. .
way he could plague mankind. City HalL, fn $75
enable otter Starke. Bradford DW.I d -M -.....
Our local funeral home iu to coaYenleacea ant The result of I County, Florida,
effort was think- until 8 o'clock P.M. Eastern Stand-
services not otherwise available.We New Florida WhilePOTATOES
ing up.a new insect which wouldbe ard Time, on Tuesday. the ISth day

... .. 6 tiny so that you couldn't see of place June all A.D.bids 1953.will at be which publicly time open-and i CANOVAPHARMACY
it, would bite and burrow' into ed and read for $10,00060 Sewer!
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and the skin, and then itch like mad. and Revenue Bonds dated May 1, us1 10 29c

accept AN 7 life insurance policy In force, lasted by ANY What are we talking about? The order maturing Ja the years serially and In amounts numerical as Lbs

company: aa payment la part or In full on. a funeraL red bug. We got a dose of them follows Tear:

Consultation carries no obligation. this week and have been going "" A.t woo Phone 160 Starke, Fla.UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA.

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-' yyy yy yyyy !yyyyyyyyy. and to be with her daughter, Mrs 'f Crescent City were guests of in regular session Monday evening -: your answer or pleading the cued by you.
E. A. Timmins. The baby, named: his parents on Sun-lay. plaint on the Plaintiffs com-I This notice shall be publishedonce
i with all members present.F. Evan T. Evans. IDS Law each week for four consecutive

Tohn Francis Timmins. was born Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and Tele-
LONG BRANCH change Building. Jacksonville weeks In the Bradford County;
C. Birthisel the
on Sunday morning and weighed children, Elaine and Tommy spent representing Floridaand graph.
four pounds and 14 ounces. His the weekend with relatives in newly organized "U. S. 301 High- file the original in the office of Dated this 2? day of May, 1JSJ.

by Mrs. J. L. StricklandIAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAk father is Maj. E. A. Timmins of Deland. ,'ay Association" was present the Clerk of the Circuit Court on OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Court.Darby
or before the 2) day of June Clerk of the
the U. S. Army stationed at Mrs. :Mae Wells spent the week- seeking a donation to the organi- ([1953; otherwise- allegations of ,By Marian L. Crosby; Deputy Clerk
I 1 i said Complaint will be taken as con-I 5/29 4t 6/15
Columbus.Mr end
with the Jack Bales family''in
zation. The of this as-
Well folks the dry weather is and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr.' Orlando and accompanied by SPECIAL -

Baptist Church Methodist Church about to get the-news, as well as who went to Greer, N. C. with them, attended the graduation sociation is advertise and promote INTRODUCTORY SAUl 9I

the crops, it seems. Due to my Mr. and Mrs. Walrath Sr., will exercises at Florida Southern v travel on this highway.L. .

This Sunday morning Rev. The First Methodist Church of mother's serious condition, I have stop on the way back to bring College on Sunday and Mondayat S. Kennebrew, L. C. Bates and NwB ;

Halnes begins a new series of Starke cordially invites you to been unable to attend church for home their daughter Anne and which time her son, Ernest, Mr. Nealy representing the Sea- ,

messages at the 11. 'o'clock, hour attend ,the following services of two weeks and don't know whatis son Frank. was a member of the graduatingclass. board Railroad also met with the
: Carol 'going on. So I just beg all of Tillis had guests
"Friends-* Jesus" The Miss Gladys Mrs. Wells aid Ernest returned '
Choir win sing the offeratory worship on Sunday.. The Church you to bear with me, and pleaseto last week. Mr. and 'Mrs. Weeks home on Monday evening. council to try to work out with WITH
hymn and the: Church .Choir will School begins at 9:45 every Sunday prayer meeting I In the new from Largo stopped by on their Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futeh spent the city a suitable, agreement re-

bring the morning anthem with morning. At,, the eleven church building was there Thurs- way North. the weekend in Greensboro with garding the installation of safety

Mrs. Canova director at ,the t>r- o'clock church service, the Rev. day night of last week.I The Community Church Wom- her brother, L. B. Crosby and i drop bars at the various railway =; Mi4'e WHILE

gan. Sunday evening during ,the Thomas G. Mitchell will preachon suppose my daughter-in-law, en's picnic, which was to have family., On Sunday the Futches crossings in Lawtey. Another _

Happy Hour the Chapel Choirof the subject, "The Fellowshipof Mrs. Charles Fields (Dottie), is been held on Wednesday, was and Mr. Crosby were visiting in. Council meeting will be held next SUPPLY
youth will bring the special nearing her destination, France, postponed. No definite date has Chattahoochee.
Communion" and will admin- Monday night, June 8, to give the CHLOROPHYLL LASTS !
and the Pastor's message by now. She went over with a w
music been set for it. Commencement exercises of the citizens of East Lawtey an op-
Testament ,Mir ister the Sacrament of The Lord'sSupper whole of soldiers' wives, M.U
will be "An Old shipload .The Woman's Club held its reg- Lawtey Junior High School were portunity to state their views STORE
acle" with lessons for present Special music will be fur- and I know. they are all happy annual Garden Party on Tuesday held in the auditorium on Friday regarding the closing of certain KOCH DRUG

day living. The Piano-Organ-Duo nished by the Senior Choir directed now. May 26, at the home of Mrs. Eula evening of last week. Quite an crossings. The resignation of Starke, Fla.Free .. ,
will lead the singing of the con, by Mr. 'Forrest A. McGin- Wonder how many of you folks Walker. Due to the unusual heat interesting program was presentedat George L. Patten as City Attorneywas .

gregation In gospel choruses and ley./ are taking advantage of the ber- perhaps, the attendance was small' the conclusion of which the accepted, Mr. Patten having

favorite hymns. Sunday at 8, George ry season and are having black only about 30 guests being pres Ninth Grade diplomas were pre- recently been appointed Circuit

Sunday School meets at 9:45: T. Huggins evening will lead the .berry pie as much as Jim Strick- ent. Refreshments wre served on sented by Superintendent Har- Judge to succeed the late JudgeA.

with P. T. Nolin general. superintendent tional service and congrega-Mr. Mit- land is? This sear he is pickingthe the lawn and at four o'clock the I mon P. Morgan. to the following Z. Adkins. A. J. Thomas Jr.

,.Training Unions gatherat chell will song preach on, the subject berries and getting the new officers were installed. Mrs. students:, of Starke was selected as city Tank

6i5 with a Union:for each age "Fit for the Kingdom." Special scratches. I make the pies and he Sara McDonald, the retiring presi-, Johnny Bates, Irvin Bell, Mary- attorney for the remainder of the
nhe direction of Mr.Lavern. has one most" all the time. to' I
group music will be furnished. by the dent, turned the gavel over lyn Bell, Donald Carter Edwin year.
.Outlaw" Youth Choir. There will be special servicesat Mrs.. Ella Bird one of the oldest Crawford, Gloria Crawford Delyne
Mid-week service each Wednes- Long Branch on Fathers Day members of the club and a past CHURCH OF JESUS ClffilSTL.T1'ER
All people are invited to Crews, Louise
young Dixon
day with the message from the with dinner on the grounds. AU president, who served as installing James Eunice DAY SAINTS

Book of Ephesians brought. by the and attend Intermediate the meetings Methodist of the Senior Youth are Invited. We honor our mothers officer. Mrs. Bird introducedthe Jr., Billy Gaskins, George Services each Sunday in old Ma- -WITH PURCHASE OF

Pastor and prayer and* testi- with special services, so why not new officers; Mrs. Bert Chris- Griffis, .Helen Hardee Connie sonic Hall on E. Call St.. Sunday
mony time for all. A friendly welcome Fellowships at 7, every Sunday honor father the same way? After toffers, president; Miss Cleva Harley, Homer May, Freddie School 10 a. m.. Sacrament Serv-

..awaits each one who .seeks evening. all, father does his part for Carson, secretary; and Mrs. B. Moore, Carl Mosley, Floyd Nor ice 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome. =ANY NEW GAS RANGE

to worship at the First Baptist us the same as mother does. So Weld, treasurer. Mrs. McDonald, man, Virginia Norman, Sandra

Church of Starke., Presbyterians Open come and bring your basket just I as retiring president becomes Padgett, Vaughn Prescott, Char- NOTICE TO APPEAR
the same as do on Mother's F. ley Redding, Cecil Smart Charles IB Circuit Court Bradford Cent?
Bible School June 8 you first vice president and Mrs. Florida !. Cfeaaecrr.
Church Day M. Walrath Sr. 2nd vice president.The Starling, Louie Lee Starling, L. J. Manuel, Plaintiff, .vs. Louise
Elizabeth Ann Tatum, Alene Manuel Defendant.
Cherry &: Seventh Sts. I The First Presbyterian Church Rotary Club will hold a lor, and Patricia Case No.. 9848
TTTTTTYTTTTT fish fry at the Woman's Club on Wainwright. Notice To Appear.To Slade Gas Co.
W. S. MeAliley, Minister will open its Daily Vacation Bible. the Miss Tatum and Mr. Gaskins : Louise Manuel, whose residence -
take re-
Friday, June. 5. This
and address ]is: Route 1,
School June 8. The school nKeystolle ceived awards of
! Sunday Monday, Heights place of the regular meeting merit for out- Stoneville, North Carolina.

Sunday-school at 10 a. m.. with will run for ten dajs (Monda\: i which will not be held. Proceeds standing leadership in classroomand You are hereby notified that a
suit for I
classes for all ages: morning wor- thru Friday) closing on June 19. i iI by Mrs Sara McDonald I of the fish fry will go to the Y Council sports News.activities. Diver" PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA.
M. C. A. to help defray the expenses has been filed against you In the
"The ProdI-
ship service, 11 a. m., Each day's session will open at I \ The above named Court and cause and
71 I AA LAAAAAALA A A A A AAAAAAV of the swimming: and life Lawtey City Council met
gal Son; youth fellowships, 9 a. m. and will close at 11 a. m. ou are required to serve a copy ot

p. m.; and evening worship service Rev. W. S. MeAliley, pastor of 1 Roberth S. Griffith of Atlanta, saving course which will be heldas

8 p. m., The Message of the church will serve as directorof Ga., brother-in-law of William usual this summer and will ,
start soon. Details of this course
the school Teachers of the. Reynolds of Keystone Heights,
Wednesday, June 10, at 730; various groups are as follows: died suddenly of ,a heart attackon will be announced later.

p. m.. prayer meeting and Bible Kindergarten-Mrs. T.'A. Yawn, Wednesday. May 27, in Key announce Mr. and the Mrs.birth Leslie of a McClellan baby girlon Now In. Progress 3 DaisGainesville Only!

study; choir practice at 8'p. m. Mrs. Larry Gibson Mrs. J. G. stone Heights. Mr. Griffith was
Monday, June 1, in Alachua
official of the South Eastern
Daily vacation, Bible school Caldwell. General Hospital.
Monday through Friday, June 8- Primary-Mrs. Guy Andrews, Division of General Electric with

12. at 8dl a. m. Mrs. R. G. Paterson. headquarters In Atlanta Ga. TYTTYTTTTTTTTYTTTTTVTVf*

The public is cordially Invited to Junior-Mrs. W T, Jackson, He is survived by his wife,

attend these services.Christian Mrs. David Montgomery. Emily Reynolds Griffith, a daughter Festival
Pioneer-Rev. W S. McAliley. Katherine Scott Griffith anda

Church Refreshments will be served son Robert S. Griffith, Jr. whois k(1 .
daily by the Women of the Church. in the service in Japan. by; L. II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAA f. a
Cor. can Christian Sts.
> .
Donald G. Weldon.l1nlJter The pastor extends a cordial The, body was shipped to Atlanta z ; :-
Invitation. to any child or parent on Wednesday.Mr. .
to attend the school. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and
Sunday and Mrs. Reynolds left this
children of Deland recent
.Bible School (all ages), 9:45: week' for Highlands, N: C. were
of the Dan
guests Harley family.
a. m.. Morning Worship and Communion St. Mark's Episcopal C. W. O. Walter E. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Roberts
", 11 a. m.-sermon. )far. Rev Raymond MacBlaln who has been stationed in Germany and daughter Nora Jean and
riage; Christian Endeavor Hour for the three is
Schedule of,Services past years. Mrs. Robert's mother Mrs.
Bible film study 7 p.' m.; and coming home. He and his wife,
all of St. Ga.
SUNDAYS Thompson, George,
EveningMessage: "Sacrifices. '
I one daughter, and one son, born
of relatives in Law-
9:45: ajn., Church School 11ftjn. were guests
Monday practice at 8
\ p. in Germany, will sail on June 13. tl .
m. (everyone welcome) ., Morning Prayer & Sermon; tey on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Feigert of Park- C. F. Carter Mr. 'and Mrs.
6:30 Young People's Service
Wednesday, prayer service and p.m.
Bible study, $ P'.-.n, League. of-the-PaJms are leaving this Frank Sweat of Jacksonville, and
week for the North.
Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. of LYfW.
A warm welcome awaits you at HOLY COMMUNION Anthony :1:1The
end in Keystone. ?.
home .
are expected to return the
11 3rd. Sun-
every service. Where visitor Is 1st. Sunday a.m. .. .
Billy Demerv spent last week- last of the week from a trip to :;
never a stranger. day 7:30: .
ajn.FRIDAY Mrs. C. D. Lelly, who was the New York and to Jamestown

Church of God 7:30 pjn. Litany & Meditation I nurse somes in time Dr., is Musser's reported office quite for ill where Arwood they family.visited Mrs. Arwood the Wesley will Merchants Division of the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce takes unusual pleasure in welcoming -

8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. In the to Gainesville's third annual Gainesville Festival Sale being held Saturday
{Sunday School 10Morn-i Tuberculosis Sanitarium. in be remembered as Miss Margaret. you today through
Ing*Worship 11 ajn. Evening' Lantana, Fla.Seventeen Carter June 456. Bargains galore are waiting far every member of your family! Come on over

'Service 7:30 p:m. YPE Service'i,St. Edward's Church representatives from Mr. and Mrs G. W. Roberts Jr look around, and join in the shopping fun!
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet.' Keystone attended a dinner" in
lag 7:30; p.m. .Thursday.Lftwtey Sunday Mass,at 9:15 a. m. Green Cove Springs last Friday VvvvvvyyyyiryyyyyyvvvCLASS .- ''*.
Weekday Mass 7:30 am i evening. The of the
purpose gath- 1
Sunday School '10 'ajn., Morning Children's Class Saturday 11 ering was !Q organize a Republican -

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving a. m. Club in Clay County. The PUBLICLIABILITY Thursday Friday SaturdayJ-

Saturday. 7:30: p.m. Keystone Heights Keystone delegation, In propor ;
(Women's Club) tion to' population far outnumbered -

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. any other group. Mr. Malgremwas JUNE 4-5-6
Church of Christ _
Confessions before all Masses. chosen to act as temporary
Cornet 10th and McMahu
secretary until a permanent orga-
Bible School-10 A. M. -* PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS I nization is effected. While the $ *

Preaching-ll A.., M. and 7S CHURCH ( I meeting seemed to this observerto '. '. ;, ', -._ .r' ,, -:-.: : ', : __.:.;.--. .. :. _,' ..-..: ...>. :
r. M. Sunday School 10 ajn. be somewhat lacking in pep and
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud? Morning Service 11 a.m. enthusiasm, the leader. appeared SPECIAL !

etcti.! Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. Evening Service 7:30 p.m., satisfied and hopeful of a success- : A Series Of

Prayer Meetings Wednesday ful organization.Miss 15% SAVINGSOn
THERESSA night 7:45 pjn. Saturday nigh Madeline Kennedy has
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I finally discarded
her crutches and
Sunday.School 10 a. m.; Preach- SEVENTH DAY is well on the to
way complete Tobacco Curing Barn
ing Service 11 a. m.; Training ADVENTIST CHURCH recovery from her painful acci-

Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service v Services each Sabbath in old dent.Fire INSURANCECONNER b

8 p. m. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- of 'undetermined orgin de- a

"A church earnestly contendingfor bath School 2 p.mPreaching stroyed a storage shed at the ,

the Faith which was once de- each second and fourth Sabbaths home of C. E. Mitchell. The Key- r yy::b a a a' BEGINNING JUNE 7 NIGHTLY -- 8 PaM

livered unto the Saints." -Jude 3 pjn Elder Mostert pastor. stone fire department answeredthe BROSPhone ,

3. A welcome awaits you. Bible Study each Thursday 8 alarm and kept the fire confined i
-MerlePackman. pastor. Everyone welcome. to the shed. The house was 285-129 W.. Call St. s, BYHAROLD

I not damaged.Mrs.. J. A.. Williams went by Gen. InsuranceStarke x i7 DOWDY

plane on Monday to Columbus, FloridalAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ r r.

Ohio to see her new grandson
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1.,. Starke, ..

i REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor .,. .

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town .. McMAHON AND 10TH STREETS

,J Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ';Sk... ., \,: ,"'<'"" '..t r 3S '.. i
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: ,1 I' I 6 6 ": :','J' I'<' "Come Let Us Reason Together"ISA.

Morning Services "Friends of Jesus" ... ( )

Evening Services "A Cracked Rock" .<- .'""".,'*,' "" ." .
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Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30-P.M. ."" '> a i/ .2 .
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Sunday School 9:45 A. L Training Union 6:15 P.M. ,, .6 PLAN TO HEAR THESE SERMONS -
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Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 PolL ,-<;; ,.,'. .'. "
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:.. ,.,,' 1. The Cross 11. Worship 3t. < .j.l
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t r< 2. Fact or Fiction 12. Baptism .

Hear Rev. Jimmy Cooper Sunday 3. Do we believe the Old Testament, r .

Y ilUrna VENETIAN Bl.IHDS} .u/ 13. Salvation of the Thief ,r '.y _

Venetian Blinds' are built to takeit 4. Can We SeeThe Bible Alike 14. Can A
: At All Services: Difthess All-Flewlum Man Be Saved Outide,
them. The finish won't chip,
Bending won't harm '
5. The Church of Christ The,Church?
a il AM,_ "ITCHING EARS" crack or peel. The slat .

.: PROFESSIONS" are spring tempered to 6.m. .+ 6. Calling the Name of the Lord 15. Devices of
g. PM "DANGEROUS keep their slope snap ., II.IL on Satan

.. Fist Baptist Church Hampton after right rough back in use.place even Look for the Duchess Seat .-.-I It's your 7. Man's Greatest Question 16. The Way To Heaven

guarantee of quality and distinction.
8. Have Miracles Ceased?

.* BOB GRAY, Pastor .... FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL 17. The Marks of a Hypocrite .

.. Bible' 'School.", 10 AJU. --B.T.U. 7 P.M. GASSETF EXCHANGE STOREPhone 9. Our Giving 18. The First Five Minutes After

'" 10. Searching Our Hearts Death.1li

"A Going Church' .For A. Coming Saviour". 207-W Starke, Fla. ..


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rY i:< ,0. Court. Heard- Legion Installation Miss DuPre Girl's Seek Postmaster I Gas War Not Hurting I otherwise 6 day ot the July allegations, U53: of saId i I Reese Manuel, Defendant.Reese, Plaintiff, TS. Marie I and Starke.file Florida ra .
Complaint the original In the office or
Tuesday Night State_Delegate. Drivers At 27c A Gale i, b1 you.This will be tan &I confessed I Notice T. Appear.. Case. No. 857 the before Clerk ot the Circuit Court-' onor

t For Maxville P.O. notice shall De published To: Marie Reese, whose residence the
55 Cases In'May once each week for four consecutive 6 day of July; un;
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Commander' W. H. Graff Starke and most. of BradfordCounty's weeks In the. Bradford County Tele- and address.. Is: Jersey -City, :dew otherwise the allegations ot said
Jers", .:
d Complaint confessed
.e graph win be taken as -
JonesordVhite Post 56. motorists can fill up Dated this 3. day of June, dJ Yon are. hereby notified. that a by 70u.
, Fifty-five criltiinal cases were American Legion: announced this The U. S. Civil Service Commission their gas tanks for !bout 20 per (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.. Darby; suit for, custody... This notice shall be published
Divorce, ,
d control and once eah week for four consecu-
announced .this Clerk of the
t recorded in County Judge TO' A.Yawn' week 'th .t the new"Post Officers week that cent less these days. 81' Marian 1. Crosby Circuit Deputy Court I"la,1Iil5 support ot mi'Jor child live weeks. In the Bradford County
., Commander-Elect 7 applications for filling the. job of has bet n filed against In Telegraph
fo.J.ray. beaded by It seems as though the gasoline U 6/6 you the
'docket in- Fourth-Class above named Court aDd cause and I, Dated this <4< day of June, IUa,
be Postmastership
assault Charle S. 'Partin Jr.. will stations are enjoying-a gas war. NOTICE TO YOU are required to serve a copy of (8FP'ICU.LSE.AL) Charles A.Darby
The cases ianged'from stalled at> the Legion meeting Maxville FIa.. must be in their And the selling price is 26.9 cents la Circuit C..rt. B..f.r APPEAR C.usty. your answer 01' pleadings to the I Icomphllnt Clerk of the Circuit Court
with intent to,kill' to ,a speeding I at S. office by June 16. Florida la CIa..HI'7. not the Plaintiff's''' 1'y Marina 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
.' neXt Tuesday' night Per gallon. about 4 cents less. Attorney T. Frank Landrum, 6,5 It LII1'

\1olatlon.r, t- Preceeding meeting and in- t Any person served by the MaxvUle -I ''It began in Starke Tuesday, I

3n the legionnaires post-o fice is eligible to apply -- '
Other Maq records County stallaU n 'ceremony, :-I May 26. according t.o one of the -- -
I for the .post. C'_ '. __ -
Judge'; oftite' show: will gather for a spaghetti supper major companies.
J. ;IsSued to be prepared by past depart- Forms are available at the Two reasons were given for the
SixY marriage. license ; Kaxville Post Office for those 1 f1PtftT71 GROCERIES
mellt Commander Frank J; Falcone drop in prices: (1) Jo111"s truck
,drivers ?
awarded 1icen interested in
32 persona z applying. Applicants
of'a.mpa... stop; ((2)) the necv Supertest Fill-
had their may write the U, S. Civil Serv-
swhUe two drivers Station south of town
.A number of State Legion oficiaLs ing tart MEATS
ice Commision
at Washington 25, uJuis
Cense' revoked; 39 personS purehased" I 5i Supertest has been selling their
1 1cludhg+ Department Q D. C.. and also get the application ,
resident' fishing licenses gas for 25.9 for the past two
Commander". Joseph A. Boyd Jr. forms. months. It was not determined FEED
while]19 ftshmnen bought out-of-
I completed, the
of'Waleah. have been invited and application exactly when Jolly's a large truck
state 14'day permits.k. forms must be received at the
art\ expected to attend this affair. above civil service address by the stop about six miles south of I 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North Phone 339.J

t. s Starke lowered their prices. I
All Bradford'County Legionnaires -
close of business June 16.
indication when it Quantity Rights Reserved SPECIALS FOR FRI. SAT. JUNE: 5 6
and veterans are cordially A written examination will be There was no I ,

.; invited to attend this m eUngw A BHS coed, Miss Nancy Du- ,given in Jacksonville in the future. would end.
. ATIENTION Pre, has been chosen by the Starke
the commission said in its comma FRESH D 8-.D FLA -
J American Legion Auxiliary to represent munique. MASONS JfEETa Blue Rose

If You HaTe C TU. I the auxiliary and BHS in Ib

1 State session The regular meeting of Bradford .FRYERS
& the annual Girl's 49C

f .PINE OR CYPRESS WESTBROOK PEELER SAYS scheduled on the campus of Flori- Firemen Have Two : Lodge No, 35 F d AM wlll RICE 569C

TIMBER 9.SELL TILT TIlE LIQUOR LYDUSTRY da State University in Tallahassee Calls In Past Week .be held Monday June 8th. at 8 .
pr. IS NQUESTIOSABLY-: TIlE June 26 to July $. I I
"'' Large or Small Tracts MOST DEGRADED INSTITUTION Miss DuPre daughter of Mr. The Starke Fire Department p.-m. .

WE IL\\'E. and Mrs. J.. 1L DuPr of Starke answered two calls during the All members are urged to at-

?; We Bug All tCLIP- SHEET.) will join 250 other high school I past week extinguishing, one tend. Visiting masons welcome. STEW 29C EELBECIiMEATY ,

leaders throughout the state in the smoky dinner and fiery woods

} PAY TOP PRICES citizenship training. blaze Ibs
ILL DIRT I The American Legion Auxiliary ,An overcooked meal- summoned TAX DEED
female counterpart of the Ameri- firemen to the home of Mr. 'and I (Sesate But N.. (63) SPA E' .
s lean Legion annually sponsora Mrs Angelo Carrat manger of. Mae P. Mersereau border of Tax
Write or Calla GOOD RICH the session according to Mrs. the Park Theatre of South Wal- Certificate. 6%. Issued the It day' Ib
1' I of May,. A..D., 1951. has filed same
Cliff Hazen. nut Stree.t. There was no damage, In'my office and has made applica- RIB TIPS 29C ru. 303 CAN

t B.lmOMAS TOP, SOIL I' The girls enrolled In the program according chief D. W. C8.rpentel' tion thereon.for a Said tax certificate deed to be'"embraces issued

take part in elections on a described In
the following property
rf CO. See local, and state basis acting out A Monday afternoon woods fire the County of Bradford, State of TOMATOES 9CU
} LUMBER or'
to-.it Tender CHUCK
the roles of the State officials. with green palmettos burning as Florida South one.halt: of Block 26, STEAK

1 PHONE 211-J BILL JACKSON Miss Carolyn Kelly of Brooker easily as dry grass, was extin"qulshed Livingston Truby & Co'S'S/D.

: P. O. Box ,135 was the 1952 representative. by firemen on 'North Section 23, T, 6 South R. 22: -

FLA. Jackson Transfer Company Thompson St. East. ROAST 39C.YELLOWROE
STARKE, The assessment! of the said prop. '
r Phone 165 Meanwhile two of the firemen erty under the said certificate issued 1
W: Brewer 55
was In the name of Jessie "
> jW. attended a on -week short course. Green'.

in Ocala last week at the Florida Unless said certificate shall be re- MILD' DAISY $7 .H9
deemed according to law, the prop- FLOUR 25'bs
; Here State College '
Passes Fire
learning water erty described therein will be sold m
'ALVAREZ' STO'RE Ien's.Clothing I I pressure techniques, hose stream to the highest bidder at the courthouse Ib
EstablIshed 189-1 application and the like. door 0'1. the first Monday in
the month of July 1953. which IS 49C
i, Walter: William BleHer. ,55, Carpenter said he'received a the 6 day of July 1953.

, died Wednesday May 27. at his 'very satisfactory' report on Perry Dated this 3 day of June. 1953. G a. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
home two miles west of Lawtey Kite Jr.. and J. R. Mott who Clerk of Circuit Court. of Bradford

following a long illness. attended the school County, Florida. 6/S 4t 6/6 or Sin Baby C
He was a native ,Arkansas. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTX MEAL S'bs 31
and had lived at his home near DEEDS BEEFne
Local Draft Board
( te Bill N. IG.1)
Lawtey since 1946. where he was 59C
ENAADIO/ engaged- "in farming. Calls Five For June S. W. Welch, holder of Tax Certi- I

Surviving are his widow Mrs. ficate No. H, Issued the U day of ,
May, A.D.. 1953 has tiled.same la HEINZ BABY
I Autie MeIer Brewer; four daughters Local Board No.IS, Starke, an- my office and has made application I GOOD S IOKEDSAUSAGE

I Mrs. Cane Greer Sl: Louis. nounces 5 men called for June 9th for I\\i tax deed to be Issued thereon. I.
I Said. certificate embraces the fol- Jars
Mo., Mrs. Marie Crawford. Law- and 5 men who volunteered for lowing described property In the
tey Mrs. Lorine Morgan and Mrs. 1duction. County of Bradford State of Flori-
da, 33C
AND Ruby Griffis, both of Starke; Men called for induction were: to-wit Lot Ten: (10) Block Two (n,

four sons, Otis Brewer. .Starke, Warren K 11y..Rt.:: 2 Stark, Sunny Acres S/D. Sec. 21 Town-

TELEVISIONSales and Dirl, Leon and Eugene Brewer Fla.' Roy Edward Tetstone- ship 6 South Range 22 East. '
The assessment of the.sald
all of Lawtey; two brothers, Brooker Fla. Zenas Lee Polk- erty under the said certificate Issued FRESH GROUND. OVER SEA APPLE
I 4 was In the name of Wm. Davis, Jr.
Robert and Garfield -Brewer. and Alachua, Fla. James Thomas Pre-

one sister, Mrs. Cordie Simpson, vatt, Jr.-Sfarke. Fla. Rayfield deemed Unless according said certificate to law shall, the be prODerty re-- Ib jar

and Service all of Carr way. Ark. Perry. Jr.-Stark, Fla. (Colored) described therein will be sold HAMBURGER 39C JELLY 2 29C
to the highest bidder at the court
I .. Funeral services were held at 5 men who volunteered for induction house door on the first Monday la I
the graveside in Dyal Cemetery on June 9th were: the month of July. 1953, which lethe
22-1 Nf Temple Ave 'PHONE' 166 Starke, Florida it" 6 daj or July. uS!. j
last afternoon 2:30
: Dduglas
Friday Griffis-"Itarke.
Dated this S day ot June. 1953. SKINLESS, .
'cloc t with Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt Fla.'James Perry Parrish-Starke, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I BALI-HI LANOLIN CASTILE '

lElia6 I church officiating.cemetery Interment under was.the in direc-the Fla.Fla. David Vernon Raymond Reddish.-Starke Redding, Clerk County of Circuit, Florida.Court. ot 6/5 Bradford 4t 6/6// 'WEINERS Ib bars

CIAl! l l fit 39C
\ ; ., [ ." ) : tion of DeWitt C. Jones. Lawtey Fla. Arthur -Ray Gaskins r. Cirealt C..rt Brsdf.rd Ce..ty,I SOAP 3 19C
.. I Pall bearer were C. E. Crawford -Starke Fla. II pt.rMat ra r1o..ry. -
Melvin Carrigan Jr.. Plaintiff vlt.
Stanley Crawford ClydeJohns
Louise Defendant.I j .
Mary. Carrigan. .
female cocker spaaiet'I,FOIf RENT To desirable people Fisher Gassett Earl Mosley Only $4,500 BuildingPermits. I .. : Case No. 9851.tlM' t't'I > .- . .- -- .- -, -- '-- .' > --
puppy. o'hlldl pet Please call furnished and unfurnished apart. and W. M. Reddish. rn Apses.To
1I'-J. ltp ments close In. Cool shady yards l : Mary Louise Carrigan, whose I
and private baths, all convenlen: .In May I residence and address is. Asheville:
FOR'REXT-Two bedroom house Cell._111' and Mrs. W. H. Nol1man. North Carolina. I
turftiabed. Gas range, electric refrigerator .'i, 301 West Madison SL. Starke. U School Board Talks You are hereby notified that. a
Building permits for Starke I
I IMartin' fnr
and bath. Inquire suit
Fruit SUee p. U .S LE-Washeterla doing between Of Building Program during ,May totaled only U.sopJ ,Divorcehas SAT. MONI- ONLY
$%00 to 150 per week. Cash City Hall records show.A been filed again you In the
HALE HELP WANTED price- $6,000. Contact 'Sirs. E. E.Henderson. above named Court and cause and ,
l\ELIABLE MAN with car, part HchgI Bradford's School Board re- home for Calvin ,Johns on'' you are required to serve 'cOP1 of

time to can on farmers In Brael-':I appointed all of Its county bus Water Street, bnult at 'a.cost of'' your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff'to the
lord CountT..Wonder1ul opportuutty. FOR RENT-Cl1furnlihed house. Inquire drivers for the T. Evana. 18S
except Hampton $3,000 'Efta
Ui to UO In a da1' No ex- and addition on South AttorfH1.
at Bus Station. U
perience or capital required. Pen.manent. .- route. approved a bid to put a Street costing $1,500'for Paul. Law Exchange, Florida Bul1dlnl" Jacksonville REGULAR $1.00 FULL C

Write toda" FURST- BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE on roof on the Brooker school and Raymond were the only recorded and file the orlrn'n "I. arfiee nf
Co.. De Soto Station
IcNESS Blanding HlghwaT. north side be- Clerk of the Circuit Court on
discussed its future building II permits the
Memphis.,Tenn- zip 1/11 pro-
tween the two cement bridges, 1 3r; before the
ml from Can St bridge. Write gram in the county at its monthly
FOR SALE-Wt have ten cocktail to l1rs. Luclna-. Wynn, Besaent meeting this week.H. .
or TV chairs that you can buy Road Rt. I, Box %-C. Starke. Fla.
below cost. They are In new condition tf chg P. Morgan superintendent .
one or .n for U' uch. of public instruction said W. O. SLIPS
l-t mile N. See On
Bradford Motor Court Display
LET J. D. 800M. JR.
Dale of
of Stuke on Highway 301. ltchg HA
CATTLE AND HOGS roofing the Brooker Junior High
FOR 8.\LE-Some good mulch cows, I.\LES -
School roof with low bid of
also' some cows and calvell. CaIn" Live Oak Ea 1a Wednesday a
sited bT Angus bulL 7. Et Gatae.viile Each Friday $$3.40(). ROOM FLOOR
White State Farm Road ZIp 1111 FIRST
A delay from state headquart- QUALITY
FOR S\LE-l1onarch 'four burnercal ers seems to be holding up the
ranse. good Condition Reaaonable. All lIabe AU liMe"Be..ale SIZES 32 TO 52
nromlsed for
Phone 275-W. Itp 1a.rKH lraanateedCHAS. building program
C. 8UEPB li) Bradford County.s schools as provided Fbt ioun1 AIR CONDITIONER
TAKES BY 3 STAKE from vestibule fes w. Can St. Starke ... i3- by passag of the first LIMIT
ot First Baptist Church of .
Starke, leather bound bold black ANTED-Gracluate nnne 01 Amendent In the November election s WHITE, PINK, BLUE
type World Bible 111' name appears licensed practical 'for general the Board was informed.
on fly Iuve. Please return duty. Doctor"a Clinic Hospital, '
to Mrs, 1L 1. Hough rare this of.ltchg. 1111 W. Call St.. Starke, Fla. U It has been some six montlis .
flee. +ince the amendment passed, giving LADIES
the funds for
Fireproof Protecto county more
Atom oa Klng.l.T Lake: EconomIca1 I SeCl1rUT Box
perfect for Ikllne. See w. C. beautiful, large, heavy duty steel construction. Mr. Morgan said
Powell 01" phone 41-w. tf box. nU5 plus tax. Bradford
they are ready to as soon as
County Teleeraph. if
A RURAL WATKINROUTE la they get the word from the state.
available la lhlu locality. This leone t1'ORSALE. '--3" X 0" x 11" Con- First will be
i proposed building
of the best' routn. Proposl-. crete Block 1Sc each Plenty of !!
lion open to maD or woman. If lntereated M9rtar: Mix and Cement Brad. for classrooms In the negro dis- HALTERS -
write The J. n. Watkins ford Engineering CompanT. Phone trict to replace the dilapidated
Compa'lY 151 West Peac treeeSi tf
N.E.. Atlanta Oa = fire--traps now being used.
FARM FOR SALE-'lS acres. 10 In Next month's meeting will bring ,
FOR RE."T-5mall i hed house cultivation rest In pasture In'Heilbronn ,!
.a Weet Can St.. furnq aloe. Rent Springs section. 'J. W. up the tentatIve budget. for the
realonable. Mrs, E. J. Dowlillc. Alvarez, Oen. DeL. Starke, Fla. coming year. 3scvaiuE ,
Sr.. in W. can St.. or phone 1134.ttchg. 4tp 1/5

1 W A "TED-Colored woman to help 69 Tax Certificates FIRST QUALITY ;
with general housework. Tele- -
IIhon 131.J. tche BRACELET -r t

Ice Cold FOR S.\LE-3 bedroom house on Bring In $1,142- You Sleep, Live and Work in The LOTS 3 LIMIT
large lot. Has big screened back .
porch and fenced backyard. Equlp- Some 69 certificates on unpa-

Dad with attic fan automatic floor ed taxes were sOld for a total of t
WatermeIlots furnace, electric hot water. heater Comfort of Cool Clean .
;automatic Bendht washing ma.chie $1.U2.60 last Friday in conn- I
; and venetian blinds thru- ''t1'a annual delinquent tax.sale.. ISSONOS
out. Deubld garage with extra : "
ATSTAIKE large storage room col1nected. UO reported Bradford County Tax

W. Yorel nd. See J. T. ),Moore Co:1edor. J. R. Kelly.All Yon Benefit In Every Way \ t
Pure Service ,
ICEPLANT and Madison Store. Corner 'Walnut U- of the certificates were pur- ,

chased br Individuals. stated Kelly. -

FOR 1 alumfaum'doors 8.-lLE-Warehoul'e, plenty 5. x of:00 win.ft. TOO HOT? IT COOLS 1J" Y/I .
dowa 1'00.00. Keystone Airpark Owners of the property of

Contact Roy H. Browning. Key.atnne there i. tax due may redeem the TOO DAMP
Relcht"Florida. "ItchgI .
rUticates within two -years.
I FOR RENT-l fIIre room apartment If at this time the owners have

HOUSE frame con.tructlon.FOR SALE-Two-story 10 room., 2: I trance, private n. stove front and and refrlcerator back en.. lot redeemed the certificates, TOO DUSTY? IT FILTERS ONE COUPON GIVEN WITH EVERY PURCHASE

baths: one small cottage on premlaea. Children welcome 30S W. Madison.Its. they can get a tax deed and put ,

sired.. Good.Located rental one property.block It from de. I the property up for public sale. TOO STALE? VENTILATES REGARDLESS OF AMOUNT \

town on E.'Madmen SL Terms APARTMENT FOR REST-8ultabl" In the meantime holders of \
Fla. A. bargain for ea>>h. for .1"Cle lady or couple share the certificates which jaggedfrom TOO STUFFY? IT EXHAUTS3t 1.;
'can be arraneed. Write Fred Guy, bath. lln. F.. 1L Long 403 North
tst E. l.nlnraltT A.\'e.. or phoMUo Walnut St. Up 10 cents to 153.19, will collect ,\

Oalll."l1Ie. hgTOR C/It FOR SALE-IUufberrlea 2k a quart, interest on their investment, \Ve Exchange We Refund We Satisfy

SALE-Sorce large automatic you pick them. John S. Denmark Kelly said.BHS TON WITH THERMOSTAT INSTALLED. t
el.etrl4 eooking ranc. good eODclition. I.ftt. e StO'k Farms StehgTNTS
IUt cash. Contact 1Irs. L.
A.. Shepherd phone U. State Farts IS 1fT INCITATION to all who \
Ion God and would like to Join Yearbook In ,

.. our PraYer Club. Mathew 1I.-ZO
REST--room cottage. un- Oral Roberts and other- gospel re- I
FOR tur..1lltoa4.. near Farmers Market, ;"-.-411'<<1. Everyone .....elcome.Thl1rlidar The Bradford County High Winkler Electric Service If

Apply EI Rancho Motel ltchc i p.1IL C. M, KuhlL School yearbooks, the ornado", f
ftp 1/11 f
HOUSE FOR SALE-CompletelT un arrived at the school. Anytne 22Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke FIa.
furnished with new" turaitl1re. FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished iu g. cnra. sr. sTnxKE. f
lAying roam. dining room. two r hUS Couple 01" couple am who has ordered one can ,PHONE 166 II
bedroom. kitchen and. batta. Box ...-chnd'or.. Washington and pick it 1 i
171. Starke 'Ztp 1/1 Water St. Gladys Harrlncton. ltp up. I

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