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 12, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03224
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; Broker $ Chat Over 81: C mmitt e Writes BUS Grads Step Out Into World County's No. $28,672TakenInState Market This

New i:Phones Installed**V By Santa Fe Officials On Law After Commencement Ceremonies Criminal Back %Week As Rain Rallies Peppers

Enforcement HereThe Behind Bars a aavg.

Bro&ker residents began chatting Seventy-seven more citizens l Last weekend's rain. welcomed .. revenue $4.500; 19,035 pkg.
like camels in a desert failed to
back 'and, forth over automatic Bradford were produced at BradfOrd Coun- Bradford County's No. 1 most. : corn avg. $2.00 revenue $3,670;
County Children'sCommittee
ir".4 help the corn enough and 876 Choice
dial phones last week for ty high school Friday night. under Pepper at $2, rev.
wanted criminal was scru-
voted Monday to wnte forged to the front on the local $1,752 298 lima ,
; bean at
the first time as Santa Fe Telephone The largest graduating lass tiny'of Sheriff P. D.: Reddish this $3.50,
city and county 'officials letters
; markets
and may become thecounty's reIOl3
in the school's took to ; 278 peas, at $2.75,
Co. began operation of history' sheriffs
week Jacksonville
"- after
regarding Sunday closing : No. 1 crop of the rev. $764.50
'year 7 okra
-- ; at $6, rev.
phones for its first.81.subscribers, the open roads-on to further officials Arson Wingate,
laws, serving beer and cigarettesto captured surpassing sweet corn and straw- $42 17 hot
pepper $3, rev.
m1 ftnS'one schooling the other to work or
bringing'the rural : < half
: holder of a page a long
minors, and operation of'"juke berries.M. $51
step closer to city'wjfs.. marriage, and one to the servIces -, ; and 200 eggplant at $1.75
'' ; Joints" closer to public schools ,. FBI R Judd, manager of the rev. $350.Some .
The operation began Officlal yon and churches than the ,distmce after getting their hand- The 42-year-old ex-con, who' alluded State Farmer's Market of Stark
June 1, announced; Bill Big- limit set 'law. earned diplomas at commence- :4 the sheriff Nov. 28. 1.952, reported a this of the pepper brought as
by revenue
ham; .president. of ",the, 'company. ment services at Memorial Field during a raid on a moonshine week of $28,672.50 gross high as $6.50 per box, said Judd.
ff1' an increase
While'cov ring all establishments He said
before SORT 1,200 parents and pepper run should
still in
The ?
$60,900 exchange! system liquor was apprehended of
\ $8,772.25 over last week's report
the report in parl --ira continue
cularpertains friends.. for about two weeks.
In Brooker brings it in with Wal. Jacksonville Monday and released of $19,900.25.Instead :
to those in the ,Negro Harmon P. Morgan superin- Corn, however, died before the
do ,.n4.,McIntosh a, the three from Sheriff Reddish on $500 of
sweet '
sections. : tendent of pubLc instruction, corn takingthe rain came, he added.
rurajV communities benefiting t bond, by County Judge. T.. A. lead in produce however
Dr C., H., Calhoun.' .of handed each degree to the gradu- Based
from newly-installed REA phone t ; Atlanta, Yawn. 3 000 boxes of Bell Peppers were on cuTniative: figsrei.
service,'* here for the Mental Workshop\ ate, several'of whom plan college He ran away fron the still when turned in at an average of $5.50 pepper may outdo both straw

Santa,.Fc is a Florida corpora was guest, speaker Pr., Calhoun careers Sheriff Reddish raided it in No' each for a $16,500 revenue. berries and. corn because of the

Upn owned and operated: by. member was representing the U.' S. Public Highlights of the evening was I vember. An accompli,. R. J. I Other markets results were 1- bad weather this year, said Judd.

'subscrlb n. 'Health Service the presentation of awards followed -,' Griffis of Union County was cap- 000 Field Run Pepper at $150 I Bradford County could become the.
Ten per cent of its finances are Mrs. E. A* Hall reported that by the commencement address tured at the time but is now I Pepper County of the' state

raised by sale of stork. ,with 25 the American Red CrosS was by Rep. ;Doyle E. Conner:; out on bond.Wingate (through its production.judd .
i Elected.
years two 'per cent REA loans sending Coach James, Hobbs to himself a BHS graduate. i' who lists his home as Bigham asked farmers to pack "*

comprising the balances. Chipley Ga., to -att nd an 'advanced Representative Conner said the Grand Crossing, northeast of "Uhfeir boxes fancy instead of field

The phone company is the first j course in swimming in. ,"things that inspired are in my Rep. Doyle Conner Jacksonville; has spent more than Santa Fe Prexy; f J packed.j He said they lose $1 to .
study and travels were based on nine of his 42 in jail box when
v organized phone ompany that struction. years J I12 per tbey mix it"It's .
four different -community and be a community
of development
categories -
his life- r
cent of
has grown without complete"'sup Two RJE instructors will ." leader" he said. Some 23 per Chosen to the farmer's advantage ..
Federal \Directors
time being devoted to ; to "
port REA. separate, he. added.
by teach swimming in the summer ,
"Social, mental physical. and He also urged students to continue an4 state prisons is backed: up
Santa Fe serving Bradford I I Judd
recreation program. that if the
in the
religious phases all essential and higher institutionsof counts charging poses-
by many
Alachua, Marion, Putnam, and \ farmers don't
Mrs. Lex Green reported the I you must develop them," he s 'id.I. }learning if possible. sion of moonshine, distributing it, I want to pack it,
Clay counties, plans Jo have 1-. it can be done at the market for
BaptistVMTJ is sending three "You cannot leave any one of It you are unable, he said and once drinking it. i
500 to 2,000 phones installed in.the' .;atty (left) and Mary Jane I. I 40 cents a hamper of 75 cents
underprivileged children to "Sum-, them out. he added. continue to learn by doing and Wingate will be tried either
future. Bigham said. Five) Bigham pull switch turning on a4r. camp and the Jr. Woman's ,"You must take part in the I i apply yourse t. this month or next, Sheriff Reddish : for both washing and tub.

other systems ,will be installed Brooker phones. Club will send one child. I I .said. The 'Starke, Market is one of
by January of 1954. he added. 1 I 14 markets in the state. but fe
Rev. T. G. Mitchell, pastor of Girl Cut SeverelyIn -- --
Mail DeliveryFor :ne of the lowest producing.
Two Accidents Here the First Methodist Church, 1 The market in 1952 had
U S. 301 Widening chairman of the ,committee, *prer J Mrs. Mayriard 96 a .
DuringPast WeekState sided over the meeting. Lake AccidentQuick U t,229 revenue.

City Says '. Judd said ,he hoped they would

Highway Patrol trooper P.o.j Dies In Alachua equal this during the season.
Survey Completed; Q;;- A. ,sFiUinginrreported: this Cot Wall Gets thinking on the part of a I .

Veek two accidents, totaling $840 Starke will not have city mail St..Augustine High Senior picnic-

'n damage and injury to three delivery, it was announced here I ing,'with his classmates at Kings- I Mrs. M. L. Maynard, 96, of Three Starkeites
No. 2
Work Selective
Imminent ')jersons., Thursday (yesterday morning ley Lake Tuesday afternoon probably Alachua died Wednesday at the ).
'. by S. R. Johns, savad the, life of a little '
acting ,
L. E. Pad ett.of Starke and postmaster. home of her daughter; Mrs. C.

Cecil Rat Ford "of Beckley. West Service Post Johns said "we are' very disappointed girl., 1.1 O. DuPuis!. A lifelong resident of II
Widening: of U. S. 301 from Injured
Va', damaged their cars in which and we hope to keep Carol Ann Abdullah, 10. daughter -.r this area. She was a memberof SeriouslyIn
Call Street.south to the city: limits the matter "
they .werfr: driving $iO _and, $30.. open. of Mr. and Mrs. George Y. a local First Baptist Church.
imminent thli weekas !
appeared respectively, when they touched The news, which came from. the Abdullah) ofc Jacksonville, fell in II Services will be held Thursday

*. State Road Department.crew8 each other, near Lawtey Sunday u. S, :Post Office Department in I the lake from a boat her father at 4 p. 'm. in the Newmansville Car Accident
of land I
completed surveying
mon n:.' ," .Washington, reached here Thurs- was 'driving receiving four deep I Cemetery. Williatrs Funeral
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within the: jht of way for wid- .
ening. EeIruiciIn: :"''33, Negro offtyarke day. gashes' from the rudder as' the Home, Gainesville, is in charge. ':' i...' Three Starkeites in '

\. ,: a farm": laborer, was Johns said reason for denial -of |craft sped along after hitting She had, the ,Hampton Hotel inHa.mpton' were critical -
The SRD ('rew, from Lake City _i!&& condition in a Jacksonville
city delivery was because. another boat driven by. A. H. before it Jburned
slightly injured Saturday evening! of Jack
headquarter will show '
everythingIn hospital today following a
the'carinw1iIci :she was if people.. ITebaylt Jr., senior high student I Mrs. MaynaixL was born at Bill spec. ,, .
when .
Bigham .
therrjii't: of on a topographic ., .. i' tAcularl automobile accident "" ,
way '..- '. .. .. ,'Mrs.'DuPuis. in -
: ; drIving was' ranvr-ed .,by J. W. Jte ,saidvUiejsl Rsan' >*r qafre.ment ,0 3 .Augustine., .jLa&Carol Me1rot dbtIito .Y'r ".'f. ') Georgia Monday. .
map ". j : lAjl
she"H sufytrea.Cby another pigham. ol Brook, was'
ElrooraU5r-of Tamp an in* for' persons to be servedin I Ann was treated by Dr.
-4'he'road from 'thebeg1nntngvIthe : Mrsi" Alexander re-elected the SantaFe The injured: Henry Cone,31,
president of
wide pavement, of TempleAve. ustrlal: worker; causing damageto city delivery is 2. OO. Starke j C.' J. Houpt at Doctor's Clinic daughter ,
of and has 2,114 "'I for' four Starke, a son, John Jones ,of Telephone Co., a, non-profit who has a broken arm, lacera-
near the courthouse east on the cars $300 $500. repectively. persons served, 386 perSons : Hospital yesterday deep :tions
I about the face with some
Sanderson sister, Mrs. Eulalia cooperative firm financed by the'
short cuts to ; a
of the rainmum the bone in her
Call St. and then south on U. S. '
30 'Stitches, and bruised all over.
McCranie, Jacksonville, five Rural Electrification Associationof
SOl to--'the-city Uritg has been Two other passengers of the said.When But it could have been worse. '
'I. grandchildren and five great. the U. S. Agriculture Depart- Mrs. Henry Cone, 19, who was
surveyed completely.The .. Frankln car were injured and warranted, Johns added, Mr. Abdullah was towing some a "little better" *
Thursday, is still
grandchildren. ment.
right of way Is 60 ft., declared Elmore. lost some of his front 44g *e will take another survey and skiers along the lake and did in serious condition

the:engineer on the job. teeth, Fillinglm reported. ..j41i try to get home -delivery." not see the approaching boat of subscribers.Also Santa Fe. serves about 500 laceration very and other injuries.with

However.. ha said the present Tebault. Tebault noticed the Conner Votes Yes
Crosby, 20, who is still
re-elected was vice-presi-
street 'area' is only 28 ft. wide. Ensey Playground ;: ; ..... T. J. speedboat and turned his boat On in his
will be : .... -4. I Dowling, 75 Old-Age Pension .ident B. M. Schenck; and treasurer third day of coma coring
difference of 32 ft. ,
The .':..: away in tine to avoid a broadside -
out f it
utilized at the discretion of the Gets Equipment .,..,L" .... .;- I collision. Raise To $60Representative 'George Donaldson. Harry hour only a minute every
or so.
SRD. Died In HamptonThomas Cooper was named secretary at

How much of it.th y will need New equipment has. just been I However, the two boats touched Doyle E. Conner the annual election meeting Mon The serious accident occured

in their widening procedure U not added to the present facilities Col. Harold Wall 1 enough to knock Carol Ann into sophoTore member of the State day evening.At five miles north of St. George,

known the engineer said, but he: on the Ensey Playground on S. J. Dowling. 75. died I I the rudder of one of the boats. Legislature, was back in Starke ,Santa Fe's meeting May 21, Ga., Monday.Mr. .

'imagined so" In answer as to a, Church St., :and more .will be Lt Col. Harold C. Wall of St. i in the Alachua General Hospital 1'I' Tebault's alertness was credited and the county this week catch- ,some 100 persons attended the Cone, driver of the car

query if it. would be widened placed there from time ,to. time. Augustine and, Starke. was fl5.Zfl'ed last weekend after an extended I with preventing a more serious ing up in his business and affairs annual stockholders! meeting In told officers he was evading a

equally on each side. Mrs. Florence Hipple, who has May 8 to succeed Brig. Gen.R. illness. I accident. Mr. Abdullah acceptedall after serving in the recent Melrose, the company's head-,cow on the highway and he lost

told Flannelgraph stories and .. G. 'White as Deputy State Di- A native of Raiford, Dowling I,; blame in the accident. session.As quarters. control of the car.

Miss Sweeney Grad taught choruses to the strains rector Selective Service by order. later iroved to Waldo. ,! V a member of the Public Although there was no quorum I Although Georgia has a Fence

,f her harpaphone, is leaving of Maj.. Gen. Vivian Collins, State Funeral Welfare Committee, Conner voted Law in some of its counties, many
services held Claude Johns President Bigham conducted the
were Jr.
Of W. Bryan College oon for th summer vacation Director. for an increase in old age pay- 'of them allow the beasts to travel -
Saturday afternoon at the grave- meeting as if there was a quorum.
'and also for a study course at Colonel ments, from $50 to $60 at will,
WalL who now holds side in the per per- Officers, directors creating quite a
Norma Sweeney. ,.., daughter. of 'Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. the position of Chief Manpower .with the Wilson Hampton Funeral cemetery Home in Receives Master's son per month. others associated. with managersand SantaFe 'hazard. Several other residents

Mrs M. .c. Sweeney, Hampton There has been an average at- Division, will assume the state's t Conner said "it does not resultin have reported similar accidents,
charge of
the chair-
received herB. A. degree In tendance of 25: children at these No. 2 job in selective service arrangements. i an additional tax burden on by though not so serious, in con-

Christian Education from the Tuesday afternoon classes, besides along with his other duties. A- member of the Baptist j the. general public as the Dog man. nection with animals on the high-

William Jennings Bryan Univer grownups. Mrs. Hippie and The belated announcement was Church, Dowling is survived byj I tracks tax will supplement it". After a progress report the I,way.

shy, June 10. her assistants will be greatly his wife, Mrs. Thomas J. Dow- Conner added that his committee members were reminded that th!
made here this week. .
In addition to serving as secre- missed but are expected to return : ling, Waldo; four daughters Mrs. | ... .-' also removed sorre restric- company had to raise 10 per County Gets Red Cross

tary of her junior class. Norma in. the fall and take up the Atiches Pons of Orange Height; tions that have been imposed cent of its finances through selling -

was president of Spanish Club, '. ork again. 7 Vacancies ExistIn Mrs. Daisy Stephens of Waldo; I! .'-. upon recipients, such as making stock of the company. Quota By Only $3

and vl -president of Child Evangelism Children of all ages are wel- Mrs. Ida McClendon of Jackson-' provisions for dLcabled'persons B. B. White, manager, submit-

during her senior year come to enjoy the facilities of Teacher RanksMrs I II I ville; and Mrs. ryven Smith of1 I besides those that are eligible ted a progress report and the Citizens of Bradford County

The 1953 graduating class has, ,:he play lqt. which is kept mowed, Jewel Roberts, elementary I: Hawthorne; four sons, Richard t I -..- ,'S ... under .the act. meeting was adjourned.In squeaked past their quota of the

81 graduates, and Is the 20U.' and equipped. school teacher aU 'Lawtey will Dowling of Waldo; John of Ar '% Other highlights of Conner's accordance with its by-laws, American Red Cross drive Tuesday -

graduating class in the history J cadia Hampt. of Gainesville and House, of Representatives service the Board of Directors met and by $3 announced Mrs. Junius
retire 'this after about
jof the university. Bryan University Thomas Elected years of active year teaching an- Tommy of Jacksonville; he also I was being co-introducer and accepted with regret resignations I I Smith chapter- director.

is a co-educational, 'liberal leaves 20 grandchildren and one floor leader: of the gas tax bill of five of its 12-member board A total of $2,787 was collected

arts college with a distinctly State Legion Official nounced H.of public P. Morgan Instruction., superintendent brother, ,Neth Dowling of Gaines- I that gave the farmers and fishermen following the stockholders meet i she said. The quota was $2,781.
Christian atmosphere- Is located ville. some of their gas tax ing. I The drive began March 1st but
it Jr. Starke at. said Wednesday ;I
A. 'Thomas Mr. Morgan
back and $25,000 unable to close until Tues
in Daytona Term. : money acquiring The five were; Morris Storer, was
torney and long prominent In the there were seven :vacancies in Ratliff Gets 6 Months worth of Hog Cholera serum free W. M. Bender, A. J. Cicen R. day, some three months later
American Legion organization, the county teacher ranks that .
for lack of funds.
Big Smoke H. Kelley, and C. E. Brush.
was elected Department Vice Com- mast be filled in the fall two L. E. Ratliff, 43, .Graham,
April Smoke Taxes The remaining seven members Mrs. Smith said additional last
About half the nations population nander: for the Northern Area of of them with the Negro schools. was sentenced to two terxs of
;lected: Marcus H. Hicks E. Ffnjley minute contributions this week
smokes tobacco consuming Florida at the recent state con County teachers will take a six months each to be carriedout Gives Cities $4,000 (
Cannon, Andrew Taylor, Harry by Tom Slade and F. F. Stumpare
120 billion cigarettes annually vention in Orlando. The Northern summer vacation themselves this concurrently in the county j I
I Cooper and F. W. Burt. I II what brought the quota up.
according to' the research department A.rea comprises Districts 3, 4 and. week after getting all records jail, by County Judge T. A. Yawn, Bradford County's cities received -

of the Florida Farm Bureau. 5. completed for the past year. this week. __1 1|, Claude Johns Jr. $3,396.85 from the State I

Consumption IsI per cent Other Legionnaires attendingthe ,i Beverage Department for its Farmers May Get Aid As State

above 1951) the Bureau points I convention from Post 56 were Summer Fun In The Sun 'Through Co. Mr.Claude and Mrs.J. Johns Claude Jr..J' ,son JohnSof of share 'of April taxes on cigarette I

out adding .that King-size cigarette Guy Andrews Bill Graham. John sales throughout the state. '

account for about 23: pd |Grew, C. S. Partin Mike Gilhooley, the State Farm. receiveda Starke: received $2,688.76; For Disaster Loans

cent of the total. I R.v Suslow. and T. M. Finley Recreation Program; Begins June 15 -I Master of Arts degree from Brooker $246.17; Hampton $16$.- Surveys County -

Florida State University in Tallahassee 14; and Lawtey 29578.

School students can have a i swimming under the direction of recently adding ,to a Keystone Heights of Clay Bradford's dronght-beset farm- ty Huggins said.

_ Starke Lawtey, Hospital, Boundary summer of fun under a guided Coaches Hobbs Hazelwood Bishopand long list of achievements.Johns County received $615.47 as its ers may get Farm Home, Administration If: the farmers get the loans,

recreation program if they register Haller. received his Bacheolorof share and Lake Butler of ,Union (FHA) loans to offset they will pay 3 per cent intereston

June 15 Monday morning, An' American: Legion junior Science deree last year and received $629.93.Jaycees their crop damage this year. them. They are more lenient

_lie Mfected By Legislative Bills at 8:30.P. team. intermediate and midget win be awarded his MA this This report came from County than banking or other loans as

T. NoUn supervisor of public Softball teams are planned to go month for his thesis "A Survey To Meet Agent George Huggins: who said the Hire limit is much longer.

schools will serve as directorof into summer play at this time. of the Sheriffs Office in Three Matthews Wed
Rep. D. R. (Billy) Loans be used for feed
of th. Bradford County itioas: piymtat fees to the will be "
Members the program. The library program Florida Counties. Tuesday Night nesday ordered the state head- seed fertilizer and farm equipm *
Commilan and School Board Mayor for arrests and setting The recreation designed -- carried out by Mrs. Payne and
program His advanced degree is in, Public quarters In 'Gainesville to survey nt, Huggins added.
have had ,their salaries raised from certain salaries for its employees. to give students without Miss Jennings the youth counselor. Administration and Political Starke's newly-organized Jaycees Bradford County, for' possible the and coming-

$50 per month to: $100 a month. planned summer activity a'chance' Science. formally! known as the. Junior loans under disaster circumstances. Pepper up
Attached wss a referendum for .still has
thanks to.the actions of the State for participation in sports and Mr. Rimert will take over the \ Chamber of. Cdrrtnerce, will strong county crop
legislature which closed Its biennial Lawtey's voters to constituents to other releated activities begins band on July 1. AU band studentsare While attending FSUJohns hold their second meeting ,at the the some 25 to 40 per cent loss this

session last Friday in Ta1hassee. !*- vote on It at .a time set by the,June 15 and ends August 7. urged to meet' Mr. Rimert at has been initated into Gold Key, USO building Tuesday eveningat A survey team was in year, concrete evidence of the

City Council;. I Students from Starke should this time. I men's leadership scholarship 7:30 announced Rep. Doyle E. county Thursday morning (yesterday to- damage of the drought and floods
: ). Their report will go that plagued farmers during theseason.
Commissioners" received their Extending the city limits of register at the USO building while AU Lawtey students will be! honorary 'fraternlty, one of, the Conner president and organizer by i
to be approved .
pay boost through a general bill Starke.. Also attached was a referendum pupils from Lawtey and Brooker brought to Starke, each morning; highest honors on the campusl of the club.Conner Washington-Federal i

applying to all counties in Brad for the residents of the should -meet at their respective to' participate in the swimming He was a member of the Honor ,said a smoker will beheld the group.In area
ford' population'i )raeket, The city and of the area to be taken launder schools. Hampton and Heilbronn program. He will also direct the' Committee. Men's Government featuring discussion of project order have to at be least eligible 25 per centdisaster. 12 Slated For Draft I
School Board members however toe expanded limits to vote students will have to make special afternoon program at the tawtey ,Assn., ,Public Administrarion So-J I / suck, as establishment of a : Pre-Induction Call I

_ cot their raise through a local bill on this fU; I'arrangements. school. ciety of America Pi Alpha Sigma -i9-hole. golf course and completion II
,at LakeS Brooker and students ., public administration scholar their At a meeting recently of the I
that was pissed on the last day of Act, Swimming Kingsley ; Hampton of bumper tape safety
S-Clarifying, the Hospital Local Draft Board No. 18 plana
thelegislature.. I Softball; library band and possibly will be brought to Kingsley Lake ship honorary, and served as drive Farm BureaU. Conservation I
Mused In 1951 making possible to take 12men from Bradford
Other bIll affecting Bradford certificates ,other activities will be of each Thursday by Brooker Prin- president of Sigma Chi social 'I I Suggestions to the organization, District agents, and others to
issuance of revenue ; of and Union counties 'Wednesday i
loss some
County and its communitiesspecifically : fered, stated Nolin. cipal Mr. Coram. fraternity and Phi Mu Alpha one of. the moat active in many was estimated that
and for their prelnductlon -
were: A daily school bus will tote Hampton will show educational music honorarY communities, are welcomed crops was as high as 75 per cent. I

1-Thre. .bffis coneerlnj "Lawttyj -I ttuifytaf the A.latbaa-Brld-I I kids out to Kingsley fOf swim' movie each Monday evening June I He was also designated an I stated Conner concerning ,these The group set a W 0 per cent min- I physicals, announced Mrs. I

Fffllaf TftCftode* ia city pos ford county boundary line. I miag lessons and' recreational I 22. honor Air Force ROTC cadet. community" projects. numum crop damage in the coun- I Dampier II



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Published',every Friday and,entered as second class matter at the post Office at Starke Florida, under Keys opens a Revival on the vacant Rev: Bob Gwin filled his regu-
y ,the Act of March 3,1879. lot of Mrs. Ethel Tidwellson lar appointment at Bayless Hiway
Thursday.Mr. Sunday morning and evening. A I

son Jimmie were Sunday dinner ices.

An ,Opentester To,
I Starke. !folks attended the Sing at Pine'
(Editor's Doter Because of our Interest La the continued HIGHER BRACKETS. Colonel'Ben Stern- Mrs. Emory Prevatt and chil- Level Sunday afternoon.All .

welfare of our local National Guard Company berg, a former Starke resident, began his dren Emory and Walter were the farmers are real_ busy

we are pleased to yield'oar editorial column military service as a member of this com- Tuesday guests of her parents, now gathering tobacco and picking -. &

this week, with full endorsement, to the' followingopen pany. He enlisted as a private when he was Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins and peas and peppers.We :

letter to the JO Dt men of Bradford County.) about your age, went on to West.Point, fin- Louise. 'are all very thankful for I

ally commanded the 1st Cavalry, Regiment Mr. and 'Mrs. W.. N. Jackson the wonderful rains we have been Qurm9tpffighbS.aee..d -
HEADQUARTERS COMPANY during \VW1I. He is still in.the.Army hav- and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. having for the last few days they Prices Good Thru Sat., June 13 I

. Second Battalion, 124th Infantry ing a very distinguished career. Other for- W. Jackson of Starke were in have meant a lots to the farmers.
Starke Florida Har- Gainesville Sunday afternoan. Mrs. Waverly Webber of Jack- Low Prices IwII t
mer privates in this company are Col. 152 Gal! Sires iI
sonville spent the weekend with
R. F.
Dyal and Bruce Roark
old C. Wall Col. T. T. Long (Now retired),
have reach military or
Because you ( age were business callers in Lake her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
are rapidly approaching it and because of and many others of only slightly lesser rank. City Saturday afternoon. I and. Mrs. Raymond Crosby.. Slarke Florida
Arch Thomas Sr. distinguished himself as ,
the inevitability of military service for most Ve/non Slade Sr. met with an Saw the Allen Halls of Jack-

young men, we feel we owe you'an explana- company commander of this company during accident at Bell View Satur- sonville visiting with Mrs. Halls 1 .
tion of the many advantages that are pres- WAY I. Many of the finest men in your coun- day evening when another truck brotherinlaw'and sister Mr. and I

ent in National Guard Service. ty are proud and happy that they have serv: rammed Mr. .Slade's produce. Mrs. L. A. Crosby last week.

ed with this organization. ,truck: causing it, to roll over. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, The Wesson Oil Shortening (Limit 1 Can!)
REGULAR PAY. You will be paid for CHOOSE YOUR OWN BRANCH. If you 'Slade was not injured and the Harold Crews and Miss Wanda

your service. This is Uncle Sam's recogni- are drafted under existing Selective Service trucK only slightly damaged. Crosby enjoyed a fishing ,trip at Lb Can

tion of your services. Because you are a cit laws you do not have the opportunity to Mr.: and Mrs. Emory Brown' Bedford Lake ..Saturday'after- SNOWDRIFT .3 -J9C

izen-soldier you may receive a full day's pay choose the Army branch or unit you might and son' visited in Earleton Sunday -' noon. I hear they .did not have :

for each training period or drill. You also receive -, prefer. This is not the case if you have and Gainesville on Monday. much luck because of the weather. -- .
Rev; R. C. Gray is Mr. and Mrs.
holdinga Claude Woods of g
full and allowances during your 15 the National Guard. As a Guardsman -
Revival in Plant City. Rev. Jacksonville spent Saturday with (Limit 3 Cans!)
days of summer training each year. if called to federal service you would Cooper of Lakeland filled the Mr. 'Woods brother-in-law aiuJ '

SKILLs. You will learn new skills which enter active duty with your unit with pulpit at the Baptist Church sister. They canned corn all day. 1: : No 303 Cons 1CC
your friends, trained far in advance for the Sunday. ? Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner were 1
will help as a civilian and ytnvprac- .
you gg/
tical experience and respons' Hi'as well. In military job before you. If you; should be- Mrs: J. X. Allen and daughterof Supper guests of the Raymond:
come subject to draft while serving with the Santa Barbara, Calif. are visi- Crosbys Saturday night and din.
our training program you ,wjll\ have at:least Guard, it is possible to transfer to the Reg-i ting her mother, Mrs. D. W. ner guests of the R. R. Alvarez's
.. .
half training devoted tojsach subjectsas i ,. ,
Sunday. Bob is in --
your food ular Army with the rank you have attainedin Johnson and daughter Glenda. the produce .. . ... ,
administration -- -
radio, mechanics, Guard Service. Mr. and Mrs. James Broome of Business.

handling, office procedures, and many other HOW DO YOU JOIN Drop in at the Orlando were visitors of Mr. and Sherman Beverly Jo and Mary ASTOR Vac Pac VELVO Fresh RoastedCOFFEE
skills. In addition to this Guardsman may: Mrs. Frank Williams on Sunday.Mr. Alyce Crosby and Jeanette Douglass -
8:00 A.M.
attend service schools to:.learn special skills Starke Armory any time and Mrs. Harry Baker and were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. .
and 5:00 P.M Warrant Officer Crosby will .
while receiving full pay and allowances. ; children Edith Anne, Sonny and L. Johns ,at New River Sunday
be available to discuss your particular prob- Elva Jean, and John Hammond afternoon. COFFEE

COMRADESHIP. You will spend many lem and to advise you about the National of Crystal Lake were Sunday Quite a few of the young folk .

enjoyable hours with old friends and new in Guard. dinner guesfs of the Wm. Ham- attended the graduation of Miss : ,

the spirit of.comradeship. There is athletics RANDAL F. CHITTYRECRUITING mond's. Jo Ann- Norman from the Schoolof

and competition in military skills such as OFFICER2d Several members of the Chris Technology in Jacksonvillelast Lb Can Lb Bag

firing and drill The Guard means fun as LT. INFANTRYFLA. tian Church of Hampton visitedE. week. 19C 69C

well as'service. NATIONAL GUARDMrs. S. Sibley of Theressa, We are all very proud of Jo ..
who is patient in the Glen- Ann she was'a former resident.of

YYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYWYYYY J, M. Bradley Jr.,.and Mrs. S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer dale Hospital at Palatka. Bayless Hiway having made her .. .. .
M. F. Coker. Sr. Gloria Bradley, 'I Crews and son, Billy. Mrs. T, J. Alderman and boysT. home with her grandmother Mrs. -----'". -- < .. .
STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA daughter of .Mr and. Mrs. J. M. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Hagood of J. and Bill spent Sunday with Maggie Norman. Jo Ann has --
', : Bradley, Jr. accompanied Mrs. I Mrs. Alderman's sister, Mrs. accepted at position with Pru- DONALD DUCKMAYONNAISE
Bradley home to spend this week. i Jacksonville were Sunday night. Weathersby at Branford dential Life Insurance Co. and

s I .,Mr, J. L. Johnson and son, guests of Mr., and Mrs. L. W. Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was in will leave 'June 15: for Newark, PintKINGAN'S
Master Sgt. 0.: E. Thompson Wendell' from Baldwin were visiting Pace and son. Jacksonville for a couple of days N. J. to attend a training school. 2SC

from. Greenville, South Carolina his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wood- last week' visiting her daughterMrs. Mrs. O. E. Crosby and son _

was visiting his wife and. children W. A..KnIght Mond y. Grandson, ward who have resided at Kings- A. M. Burris and family. Sherman made a'business trip to ,
who are, :atajing with her Wend&l, is spending several days Mr and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen Fernandiana last Wednesday. ,
ley Lake for the past four ;l Corned
parents :Mr. and ,Mrs. R. S. Rosier this week with_ his grandparents. years and son Ardell spent Monday in Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs.
while Sgt. Thompson is be- Saturday afternoon Mrs. Les- moved back to the farm last Jacksonville. B. Kelly were transacting H'I 76Oz Can '

e ing reassigned.. ter Roberts and daughter, Inco- Wednesday and are living in the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks of ness in Jacksonville last Friday. I BEEF HASH 23C

Mrs. J. M. Bradley returned gene and Mrs. O. A. Thomas I house formerly occupied,by Mr. Jacksonville spent Sunday with Misses Kathryn, Kelly and ..

home Monday after visiting In and Sue Ann Lanford all of Lake and Mrs. Jim Sasser, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Beverly Jo Crosby enjoyed the
Butler visited with the W. A. Cox. Band picnic at
Jacksonville since last Friday. She! Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brazie and
Knights. i I Mrs. J. H. Parker of the Farm Beach last Monday. Everyone had ARGO
visited with' her' children Mr. family of Ocala 'were visitors of ,
and Mrs.. V. N. Geiger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sapp of Jackson- Colonies spent Sunday at her a good time and good sunburns.
the J.' G. Caldwells Mrs. No 303 Cons
ville spent Monday with ,her parents Sunday. home here. SUGAR
Mrs. R. C. Bradley, and Mr. an! too.Sure PEAS 2 2SC
Mr, and Mrs. H. R. Linzy.I Frazee, the former Miss Ruth Mrs. Ethel Tidwell spent Mon glad to see Nick Crosby

Mr and Mrs Joe Dobbs and! Smith is a niece of :Mrs. Caldwell. day with her sister, Mrs. Clyde. home on leave from the Army. .

WILL PAY CASH'mrnER son, Gregory, from Ft. Pierce Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Rahmes of Starke R. 1. He is stationed in Oklahoma. He

spend the weekend visiting his and sons of Starke were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Chancery ol,i. spent the last two years in Japan. Gr. "A" Fla. or Ga. Dressed and Drawn I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs Jacksonville spent Saturday night t
For Saw Logs and other relatives in the State dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. and Sunday with Mrs. Louise Hospital PatientsThe Whole.Lb

AND PULPWOODA Farm and surrounding areas. J. G. Caldwell. Manier and son, Charles. FRYERS 45C

Sunday guests of the W. A.. Mrs. Medford Sheely and son, Mrs. Eustis Kelly and, daughter following were admitted to

Post Car Will Bring Me I Knights were their granddaughters Medford Jr. were at home Mon Helen and Mrs. Rose Me- Doctor's Clinic Hospital the past !
Gloria Jean and Ombra day morning'and brought the Maguinn of New River werehursday week:
To See You. Lb
Brooks from Jacksonville and good report that Medford Sr. is guests of Mr. and Mrs }Irs. W. O. Collins Jr., Mr. Cy- -DRYERS 49C

D. B. Dick Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Sebly Rhodes of improving nicely in Alachua General : J. G. Adkins. rus E. Beam, Margaret Brown,
LaCrosse. Hospital where he recently Mr. and Mrs. Saxonof
I George and Mrs. Myrtle Feagle, all of ..
Lawtey, Fla. Business visitors to Gainesville underwent a major operation. Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Mrs. Lucinda Varnes, -

Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. P.I Mr. R. P. McLendon attendedthe G. C. Gentry of Pompano are of Raiford; and Mrs. Morean -' .
Sheriffs Convention at spending the week at a cottagein Rankin, of Daytona Beach. ... ..... .. .. --,

That's Our Business I Gainesville on Monday.The Keystone Heights. U. S. Choice Grade
Prison ws visited Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Donald McMa- .[.. Watterson's. Kingan's Reliable Cooked
If It's "Glass We Have It! day by the. Escambia County hone and son, Donnie, and M. L. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Normanof Eat-Rite Beef .

CALL WRITE or VKIT- Safety Patrol. The group of 234 Watterson are spending this Hejlbronn Springs were recent "
including two Deputy Sheriffs and week in Homasassa visiting the visitors of Mrs. .
Shirley Nor-
other sponsors arrived at the Archie Eilands and fishing.Mr. .
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR CHUCK ROAST
I prison about eight a. m. and was ..and Mrs. G. P- Smith, Wm. man.Mr.. and Mrs. W. T. Tucker and CANNED S PICNICS

ANY GLASS NEED treated to breakfast in the Prison Phillips and nephew, J."H. Bris- son, of Wellborn and Mrs. J. D. .

We Design Modern Store Fronts dinning room after which ton of Jacksonville were recent McCulloch and son, Luke, were
P they enjoyed a short session, of guests of the C. A. Cox's.Mr. .
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Sunday guests of the. Wiley Wil-
music by the prison orchestraand and Mrs. Fred Thornbergand
Table liamson's, Miss Lillian Williamson Lb
Tops then made a tour of the daughter and niece Betty C .
accompanied :Mr. and Mrs. 3 Lbs $ .98
under the Thornberg of Kings Mt.. N. C. '
318 N. W. 13th.St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 prison supervision and Tucker home for an extended
I able guidance of Mr. Lyle Buck. spent Sunday. night with .the M. i
_.u__._ visit.Mr. EACH 6
and Mrs. J. VV. Priester I .
of Mcclenny and H. W. Priester

of Palatka spent Sunday after- I .
: PROVED : poon with the J. G. Adkins.N01'ICE -'. -- --- ..-,, :k'

,. : :. TO APPEAR
-,-- la Circuit c...... Bra4frFlorida C..f7. ACE-HI Quick-Frozen ConcentratedORANGE "
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Your One Best Economy Buy! Mary Melvin YntIce To: Louise Marx T Carrigan.,, Appear.: Louise Carrigan.Jr.Carrigan.Case Plaintiff Defendant.No.whole 9S54 vs. E JUICE It 8 Cans _. 99C

residence and address is: Asheville r .
North Carolina.You .
are hereby notified that a COASTAL BRANDLEMONADE
.. ,' suit for
.... .' ;;<.1t.......,. .,...'. Divorcehas been filed against you In the Cans
'Dove named Court and cause and L E 8 99C'
you are required to serve a copy of -
your answer or pleading to the I .
complaint on the Plaintiff i
Attorney. Evan T. Evans. 101

Law sonville Exchange, Florida Building. Jack' AGEN Sliced Sweetened, Quick-Frozen
and file the orie-". TO' '*>. ours* ,.f I '
the, Clerk of the Circuit Court on '' Cans
ar before the t
{ day of July 1)33; ; I STRAWBERRIES 4 99C
itherwlse the allegations of said I
Complaint will be taken as confess,1
.. !d bv you. t -
-T -- This notice shall oe published
-- .. .
once each week for four > "
I wr c 'h weeks In the Bradford C'ons8cutlY'I' -- .. .-- -- -- .' ".. ,
Dated this 3 day of
Clerk of the Circuit Court i
By Marian L. Ciosby. Deputy n.rk ,
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'Here's official proof of Dodge savings: Dodge (Sraate Bill N.. 163)

outperformed all 8's in famous 1206-milfr DEPEHDABLEDODGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That !
S. W. Welch holder of Tai: Certificate -
No. U, issued the 11 day of
Mobilgas Economy May, A.D.. 1953. has filed same in Pound
my office and has made appllc&tomj 69C 19C
for a tax deed to be issued thereon.:'
2. COSTS OWN Said certificate embraces the following -J .

:Recently-announced lower prices save you up County of described Bradford.. property State* of in Florida the-!I. .. .
to $201.80. Dodge prices start below many to-wit Lot Ten: (10) Block Two (i,1( .. .. -- ".. -- .t. .
s models in "lowest priced" field. Sunny Acres S/D. Sec. !1 Town)
VrilL, or 51- ship I South Range 22 East. ,
S .tw.ro'wweidoaaw.aw rw
The assessment of the said prop-
erty under the said certificate issued
SEALER was in the Dam of Wm. Davis, Jr. Large Golden Ripe -.
---- SEE YftVR -= -ai Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law the pron-
erty described therein will be sold Pounds
to the highest'bidder at the courthouse ) BANANAS .2 .
door on the first Monday in'1' 2SC
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. the month of July. 1J5J which is
I the C day of July. 1S5>. ,
Dated tCls 1 day of June. 1SIJ.

I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .. ,
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford It .
PHONE 69 600 Temple Ave. STARKE,- FLA. -
County Florida. I/S it /1 -.. -- .. ..


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'FJUDAY to us!
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.vvvvvmvnvvvvvvvvvvvv Adams R yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy and! Mrs. J. P Wyrick of Tallahassee a play fellow. I suit for above named Court and cause and I I you are required to serve a come
Jr, treasurer; Gordon ; or pleading to the
Divorce, custody and support of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby your answer
Sutherland. Kyle McMurtry, Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham Buddie Wilkinson picked his minor child Clerk ot the Circuit Court plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney

KeystooeHeights W. J. SipreUe lira. Henry HalL : LAWTEY of Jacksonville; and Mrs. peas here last week and made a has been filed against ;you In the By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 4t Clerk Evan T. Evans, 10J Jacksonville Law Exchange -
of Gaines above named Court and cause and 6/22 6/12 Building,
Practically all organizations in Claudia Strickland good showing for the first pick- ros are required to serve a copy of Florida.

by Mrs Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA town are cooperating and the ville. This group attended the ing and for the weather to be so four answer or pleading to the com NOTICE TO APPEAR and file the original tn the office of
by L. H. FutchAAAAAAAAAA..A..AA exercises of the Bradford plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney IB Circuit Cart Bradford CoBBtTi the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
city has appropriated 1,000 graduation dry. Will pick again this week, Zach H. Douglas. 505. Lynch Florida la Chanter before the 29 day of June

toward the program.. High School In Starke on looks like he will have severalfor Building, Jacksonville, Florida Xatalie Haas. Plaintiff; vs. Law- 1953; otherwise the allegations ot
Mrs. Wyrick, Mrs. and file the original in the office of rence Bertram Haas, Defendant. said Complaint ail be taken as confessed -
We Informed that
were our Mrs... George W.Bird, of Syracuse Mrs. Roger Edwards of Jack- :Friday night market this picking. the Clerk of the Circuit(! Court. on -fey )'oU.
and Mrs. Strickland, or before the 22 day of June, 1953 Case No. 9840
article two weeks- ago about the of Durham, Folks have failed ; Notice This notice shall be paDllshtd
,N. Y.' daughter-in-law sonville spent Saturday of last to give their otherwise the allegations of said To Appear.To .
and Miss Terry accompaniedtheir once each week for four consecutive
recreation program was in error. Mrs. Ella Bird of Keystone week with her mother, Mrs. Ben- news to me again this week, I Complaint will be taken as confessed : Lawrence! Bertram Haas weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
to see
sister, Mrs. Futch by you. whose residence and address is; Un
It seems we gave credit where Heights, died suddenly on Thurs- Wilkerson. graph.
nett her son, Benton, received his have been no where to get news, This notice shall be published known. Dated this 23 day of May. US!.
credit was not due to the'otary ,day night, June. 4, at her home. Mrs. Louie H. Hill returnedto therefore have but little to say once each week for four consecutive Your are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby
husband diploma.Mr. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- suit for Clerk of the Circuit Court
Club. The Rotary Club did She Is survived by hex
her home here last Sat day this time. If want Divorcehas
R. W. Moeley, Jr. you your Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and Mrs.
, sponsor the Boy Scout troop and and one son. Jon P. Bird. Inter- after spending the winter in Ft. the in the paper you should see thata D.ted'thls 19.day of May 1953. been filed against you In the 5/29 U 1/11

is paying for the swimming program ment will be at South Hadley, and 'children of Orlando spent
In the the
Myers teaching public correspondent gets news.
but the general recreation Mass. school system there. weekend with his parents, Mr. and I First Cohf First Served Limited Number Only'G"ER

program is under the directionof The Gustafson family are down Mrs. R. W. Mosley, Sr, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Mrs. Mae Wells was In Daytona TAX DEEDS
a committee of towns people for the slimmer at their cottageon three days this week attending a Miss Arthurine Blanchard spent ( _te Bill Xo. 183)
representing several organizations. the weekend with her father, A. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, That
The committee consists of, W. Lake and Mrs. Brun- convention of the District Postmasters M. Blanchard, and her sister, Miss Mae Certificate P. Mersereau No. 62.,issued holder the of U Tax
Mrs. Downing League.
J. Durmody, chairman; Ray G. : I Enza Blanchard.Dr. of May A.D.. 1951. has filed same

Starnes, secretary; F. M. Walrath, ner guests, cousins this week of Mrs.in Keystone.Rusher are 1 I daughters Mr. and, Mrs.Mary. Frank Ann and Wells Nina and, day morning. W. T.. to Walters attend the left annual Tues- in tion thereon.my for office a Said tax and certificate deed has to made be embracesthe applica-issued E E F RIG E RA TO R i

The Rotary Fish Fry held last of New: Smyrna Beach,were week- Confer- following: described property in .
of the
Friday, at the Woman's Club was end guests of Mrs. Wells mother,, meeting the County of Bradford, State of
of the Methodist Church Florida, to-wit
ence :
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S very successful. We hear they Mrs. Effie Miner. They took Mrs.
which is meeting this week. in South one-half of Block 26,
served over two hundred, people. Miner home with them on Sun- Livingston Truby & Co's S/D

The proceeds will go to. the WM day for a visit there. I Lakeland. Section. 28, T. 6 South R. 22 0 AUTOMATIC DEFROST
East.The f
JUST ONE Saturday, (tomorrow, June
CA for the swimming programthis
Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Brooks of assessment of the said prop
I 13)) will be the opening day
FRIGIDAIREMade : -summer. Burlington N. C. were visitingDr. erty under the said certificate issued -
the Griffis Brothers Sundries, a was in the name of Jessie
G., E. ,Wiggins had a slight accident and Mrs. W. T. Walters on Green.
only by General This
new business in Lawtey.
while he was dawn in Mi- Friday of last week. Mrs. Brooksis 1 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Corp. -,All other business will be in the Register
ami last week. Somebody slam- a niece of Dr.. Walters. according to law, the prop-
Electric Refrigerators are ." I building which was formerly occupied erty described therein will ba soldto
med a door on his finger and Mr. and Mrs. Leon the highest bidder the i
Starling: of Carradine Earl Can- at court : :
made by other companiesand took off the end of it I by house door on the first Monday in
Longwood weekend <' '. 2 ,'.." '<. ,
cannot use the word were guests non will be manager and Mrs. the month of July, 1953, which is .!:,;,"', .:,( "..< 'if..,..,{. :-,, ..'. ,\ .
Mrs. Ella Bird has been ill for of his parents, Mr. and'Mrs. '. Louise Phillips will serve as soda I the 6 day of July, 1953. "i" .:''><>:-'<. !<.Q.:;{h.%:: :<'<'" .1 AMAZING LOW PRICE OF
Frigidaire. Dated this 3 ; ;:."':; <:f;'>>'*:;:( .-
the past week but is better and Wilmot Starling and while here1 I day of June 1953. Y. Y" "'" _
clerk. A full line of sundries and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ;441.;
able to sit pp.now. attended, the graduation exercises Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford % ,x.
soft drinks, as well as Gulf Oil of
Want .A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Mrs John Powers entertained of the Bradford High School products will be carried. County, Florida.- 6/5 4t 6/26 $ 95 '

with a buffet supper on Sunday on Friday night. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn 2 9
School -
? ? night, June 7. There were twelve Midges Betty, Judy, and Frankie Members of the Lawtey the Court of the County Judge, I "
faculty and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bradford County. Florida, .
guests. M
THEN SEE I Wainwright of 'Jacksonville IB Probate. ; ; a
Young Eric Redfearn fell from vacationing with their grandparents Futch attended the three day In re: Estate pf Josiah R. Howe, De-
work shop on mental health held ceased.To Z ;). easy payment terms arranged
the diving tower at the beach last Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
All Creditor's and Persona Having
E. H.SMITHaTenth week. -
in Starke the first of the
Monday and suffered a. broken Wainwright.'Dr. Claim or Demands Against
Miss Cheri Redgrave and her Said iWl
and bruises and
leg numerous and Mrs. F. P. Wood of
You and each of
brother Johnnie of Jacksonville you are Hereby
> "'.ox/:
aid Temple Ave. cuts.Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof notified and required to present ".i} lf. AUTOMATIC DEFROST.Cofflpletely
Robs Jackson went to are vacationing with any claims and demands which you I t
Starke, Fla. Mrs. Wood's parents, Dr. and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. or either of you, may have againstthe t.:' *' I ; itself every time k need it,but only when it needs
Ocala last weekend to back "b
bring Mrs. W. T. Walters. estate of Josiah R. Howe, deceased ?v it. FooSjT&a uftlrJnvn taint defrosdnj!

a'. . . . . . . . . . . . ._.. Guests of Miss Elizabeth Terry Anders.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvv. late of said County, to the 't ;i$
------------------------------------------------ County Judge of Bradford County. ?t NEW! ROTO-COLD REFRIGERATION

and the Joyx Futch family during Florida, at his office in the court tN/t Cold air circulates: inside the refrigerator 10 that
the weekend included Mr. house of said County at Starke -t.-t4? A 4 tO parts of it are uniformly cold! In many old
Florida within eight calendar t? \ style refrigerators temperatures may vary u much
months,from the time of the first u 16 degrees between and tower shelve
her son and daughter, Bobbie and LONG BRANCHby publication of this notice. Each 'VFt1'''': top

'. Elaine, who had been visiting claim or demand shall be In writing, ; ,
and shall state the place of resi -

; their Mr.grandparents and Mrs. H.in E.Ocala.Morgan Mrs. J. L. Strickland dence claimant and, and post shall office be address sworn of to the by r.c; ;;?.:( Space Maker Doorfherm ,

iwii spent a weekend in Miami a week &AAAAAiAiAAAAAAAA..AAAAAjWe any claimant such claim agent or attorney, and tFFt: :' Full-Width Freezer Compartment
or not '
so '
;$ : e Sliding Vegetable Drawer
filed shall be void. '. i4, .,: Roomy
ago.Rev.. B. Weld is home from the are' very thankful for the DeWitt C. Jones, as Administrator r:
rain we have been having sincelast of the Estate of Josiah R. Howe, 4XW. .., New Decorator Styling
deceased. .,
hospital and improving rapidly. <' Yo.
# I' TIt WI' Ifr Mrs. Robt Jackson will write Friday evening. We surely did First publication May 22, 1952. "<"% Famous C-E DependabilityMODEl

Looks like 5/22 4t 6/12 i'<:
rain. now
I the Keystone news for the next'' need the !g;

two weeks while some of the crops will be saved OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE ,
your correspondent -

II""W ,. takes a vacation. Mrs. McDonald D. B. Lang went to Tampa- Sewer *Revenue 40.000.0 Bond FREE! KIOS.,

will accompany Mrs. C. rather near Tampa-to work in City of Starke, Florida IC-7CK
that with watermelons again Sealed bids will be received by
S. Brooking of Gainesville, on a area 7ntfi
the City Council of the City of Get Space Helmet
,'eI" trip to Greenville, S. C., Ashville this summer. He worked in the Starke, Florida at its regular placeof your

and Hendersonville. melons last season; and said be meeting at the City Hall In and Rocket Ray Gunk
Starke Bradford County, Florida, "
made good at it. He is the 1ficAREFRIGERATOR k': :'"
until 8 o'clock P.M. Eastern Stand- Dad i into our store
YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVVT son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard. ard Time, on Tuesday the 16th day c ,>.. ........ "I ifoTatonstrationofth.snewO -E1ID
i of June A.D. i$33, at which time and
WHERE TRAINING AND Lang. His brother was to comeback place all bids will be publicly open- ::;x'; Automatic Defrost Refrigerator.

EXPERIENCE COUNT home this weekend.The I ed and read for $40,000.00 Sewer WITH .J RO \ COLD ; You U receive, absolutely free,an
4"'Q Revenue Bonds, dated May 1, 1953 elfin Space Helmet and a Roc k-
Wimberlys, Mrs. Wimberly and :maturing in iw e1 g boob
i I serially numerical really s
"I lost my wallet this afternoon If you need a truss, or surgical order la the years and amounts as ::: ct Ray Gun that thrs ad=
Beth and Bootie all called 't; : :a x r abets! Bring
cannot ,
support, you afford to :: ; ; ; vertisement with you.
but much cash. Tear
not Amooat
on the Stricklands Sunday afternoon -j
take a chance with your health, 1964 $3,008 "
and we must we can'tthink STOP IN TODAY! j -
say 1S55
Am I glad I t depositedmy by being improperly fitted. I I 1)56
of any one. we would rather 3,000

pay in my checking account this morning! ,Here at Canova Prescription have seen Mrs. Wimberly is I II 197 1958 4.000 4,000 ""A.Jfi "
we have trained 'technicians unable to around much 1959 4.000
go very >
both male and female, I 1960 4.000 SERVICE EVERY- (
due to a broken thigh, broken 1961 5,000 G J MCGRIFF
FOR SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE, START to serve you. i.lI the econd_ time in the same place 1962 5,000 THING WE SELL .' 6ERERAI .i

CHECKING ACCOUNT! WITIj US. inbcr.your eaIUiandcomfort and 'doesn't heal ae it ,should <-"i 1363 5,000 ELECTRIC
..... Denomination $1,000.00 principal
depend ron .expert probably age has something to and semi-annual interest (May and .
do with this. Mrs. Wimberly will November first) shall be payable at SUPPLIES w. Call 'St. Starke, Fla.Thejfrwagis.
the office of the City Treasurer, City .
be 82 in October but she seems! of Starke, State of Florida; payable
fitting.CANOVA !active enough except the crippled I solely from the net revenues derived '
from the operation of its existing
i FLORIDA BANK at STARKE thigh. They had not been here for light waterworks and sewer

w._. PRESCRIPTION CENTEI years. They had the daughter of systems operated as a joint system. .
The bonds of this issue numbered '
PHONE 4202 the Methodist minister with them one (1) to Seventeen (17), both
ewta.s and she is a very sweet little inclusive, maturing In the years
Ir/tmbtr oriba l/altonal Ljroup (Near Hospital) 1954 and 1958 both inclusive, are not # .
child, wanted to stay with'our redeemable prior to their respective
44 4 Gainesville, Fla.. dogs and they wanted her to stated dates of maturity. Bonds of

.....................T'.yyyyyyyyyyyyTyyTTyyyyyTrrw AA.AAAA.AAAAA&A... '....4 tttayith them, they had found this(18). issue to Forty numbered(40), both from Inclusive Eighteen, tod'freiefreshed
maturing in the years 1959 to 1963.
both Inclusive, are redeemable priorto
: '
_s -'; .... ,." their respective dates of maturityat
'" the option of the City in wholeor .

-',,",- ',-. F in part in inverse numerical or- Long highway miles are tiring.
der If less than all, on May 1. 1958
or on any interest payment date '
I thereof at the principal amount But a pause for Coca-Cola
hereof, plus accrued interest to
date of redemption and a premiumof
Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) for puts you back at the wheel refreshed. '
each bond so called for redemption n _
in 1958, which premium shall reduceby vl

Five Dollars ($5.00) in each year Try it. have a Coke. ,
thereafter so that the bonds shall be
callable at a premium of Twenty
Dollars ($20.00) in 1959 and without 0 Lt
premium in 1963. ,
The bonds! have been or will be, .-
( 5 <; -.* i validated by the Circuit Court o :" ;::' i" .

Bradford County Florida and the approving ;'f.. -
opinion of Giles J. Patter ':. 2'f .c 1'"
son. Esquire and Patterson, Freeman
Richardson &: Watson Jacksonville,
r Florida, will be furnished without
cost to the purchaser of the bonds. dICI
There will also be furnished the
usual closing papers including a certificate .
.. stating that there is no liti-!
gation pending affecting the validity .
of the bonds.
The purpsoe of.""the Issuance of
these bonds is to finance the cost
of additions, replacements Improve-
ments and extensions to the sewerage
system of the City -- -
of Starke. ,
Bidders are requested to name the
interest rate or rates not to exceed 1r

... four per cent H%) per annum In
GAS MILEAGE : multiples of 1/8 or 1/10 of 1%. Each

6..a&:: .. bidder may name not more than
three rates of interest and must
specify in his bid the amount and
maturities of the bonds of each rate
and all bonds maturing on same _.
dates must have Interest at the same C-
rates. Xo bid of less than par and
accrued interest or for less than all
for the YOU do of the bonds offered will be enter
driving r tained. The bonds will be awardedto
the lowest bidder offering to f -
purchase the bonds at the lowest interest i
= cost to the City. Such cost to 1
\ be determined by deducting the total "
L amount of any premium bid from
This Chevrolet the mastlmpar. the aggregate amount of interest I'
13'j brings
hi you upon all of the bonds from their
date until .their respective maturi- r..iIl!
1 : taut gain in economy in Chevrolet history. And ties. '
[j Each bid must be encau.eu. la a 0 ,
:. .i it's the kind of everyday economy that saves sealed envelope marked "Proposal j
for Cewer '
; Revenue Ponds", and
: : :: must be accompanied by a certified \
1 wherever and howeverYou drive I ;
.+ you money or bank cashier's cheek for $1.500.00 (
? payable> unconditionally to the order -
\ of the City of Starke, Floridaon I

l'Inch- along through heavy traffic. Roll up the miles in steady highway which Award no or interest rejection will of be bids allowed. will

1 cruising. Long trips or short errands byroads or boulevards, you get be on the date above stated upon

far more miles per gallon in'this great new Chevrolet the receipt unsuccessful of the bid bidders and the will checks be renrned of- Rc
L New high-compression power is the reason. Both the new 115-h.p. Immediately. The check of

"Blue-Flame engine in Powerglide models-and the advanced 108h.p."ThriftKing" More People I Buy the uncashed successful as security bidder of will the be held per : ":J \

engine in gearshift models-deliver more power on lea formance of his bid. but In the

gasoline. Acceleration and lull-climbing ability are greater, fuel conChevrolets than ihall event fall that to the comply successful with the bidder termsof ;- \ //

sumption blower! % his bid. the check may then'be '

This is the kind of economy that counts the most-important gasoline" Any Other Car! and cashed for and fujl the liquidated proceeds retained damages" \

.t :i- t. ,savings for the driving you do,. together with lower overall: costs of-, ," bids The It right to reject any and all .

,,:,' 5. upkeep! And along with it, you enjoy all the other advantages that only City reserved.of Starke. Florida

'__ ;...' the new Chevrolet offers-yoo. Come in and see for yourself! By Carl Johns .
-J- City Clerk.
Coasbiaatiat of tt5-k. "Bbw-Fl utw'" engine and Powershde automatic. trow IllS Et 012NOTICE .
.: aritdoa nibble OH TroTc and Bel Air models only. i
ta Ore.it Curt Bradford Conarr, -
FUridat la C1utaeery.
TORODE en S. j ozxella, Defendant
Notice Te *..*... '
To: Helen S. Vozzella whose real. "Cl.M i a O ,.9v; !..d kod H orL. 0 I .534t M COCA 111 STARKE, .FLA. CALL AND COURT; STREETS; deuce and address Is: 1435 Center

Street. Roslindale. Massachusetts .. .,
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t'--:1: 6 6 I I r "_ Students In,Miss-St m's.Recital Class Elks To Observe Tour
Flag 3-Day Mental Health are hereby notified that a swer or objections to show cause
suit for
tii, f'- ....... In GainesvilleFlag Divorcehas why said petition should not he.
Day Workshop Closes been tiled against you Ip the granted, on the attorney fur ptti-
tioners. William
X. Long, Miller
r abovfe named Court
cause and
.- Oalne8\'I1 Florida,
e. and
Day proclaimed to be Bradford County teachers closed you are required to serve a copy o* file the original in the office of the
answer pleading
your or h the
observed 'this Sunday by Presi- their complaint clerk of Circuit Court
three-day workshop on Mental on the Plaintiff- Attorney on or before
Evan T. Evans. 103' the 14th day of July 1S53, in his
dent Eisenhower, will be observed Health Law Exchange
Wednesday afternoon, Building, Jacksonville office in Starke, Florida.
!,' in Gainesville Sunday by going away v.ith.a deeper in- Florida Herein fail not or a decree pro
; Ik.-1_ the local Elks Lodge No. 1802. sight in the problems in that and file the original in the Office Of confesso will be" entered against
the Clerk of
the Circuit
Gladys Mooty Court on
; -._ The members win join the area. _- or before the 13 day of July, 1953; Witless my hand and seal of this
:" Phone 35 1 Green Cove Springs lodge No. Preliminary plans were made otherwise the allegations of said Court In Starke, Florida this 3 day
of June,
complaint will be taken as confessed A.D. 1)53.
-I' &flsflrtSSSr-tflrflfl. rrj- I rrrsrpsssssrrsrs.sssrrsd. : : 1891 in the Gainesville ceremo- for follow-up sessions to be held by you. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I T ..' ... nies, sponsored by the. Gaines- during the pre-school planning This notice shall be published Clerk of :said Circuit Court.
iW .SC.S: Circle 3 1 Miss Martha Home ville Elks Lodge. Aug. 15 when school resumes or once weks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- ______ '/1% 4t 7 3

Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews, during the next term of school. graph. In CourtOf CoBBty Jadjcr, BradfordCoaatjr.
Has Meeting Engaged To Tampa : I. Dated this 10 day of June, U53. Slate Of Florida.In .
t H D-Fla.), wiU be inaJn speaker The county's white teachers, along (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Re Estate of: Olive Elizabeth Ra.y.
Man; To Wed June 21 I at the commemoration on the (with the two county health nurses Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE OF ETECITOR FOR
".. Circle;3 of the Methodist W S. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. FINAL UISCIUKGE
.. at 4 :m, Mrs.
Elks grounds p. McKnight and Mrs. Snel-
of last weekat 1, C/l! 4t 7/3 Notice is hereby given, to all
c. S. met Monday Mr. 'and Mrs. James Wagner I He will ,be introduced by Sen. len, the county welfare workers it may concern, that on the 10th day
the home of Mrs. T. J. Griffin ; : IB Tie CirrBlt Court, IB And ForIlradford of July, A.D. 1953. Olin W. White,
are'announcing Mr.
Home of Hampton Charley E. Johns, President of the Hutchinson and Mrs. Trawick, ...
Coamtr. I. C. Sr. shall
:Mrs Curie Hitch and Miss IT. apply to the Honorable
with ;
the approaching marriage of their !.Senate. and several parents attended the In Re: Adoption of Rita Doris Avery Theron A. Yawn, Judge of said
Annie .Darby, as cohoatesses daughter, Miss Martha Pearl Observance of Flag Day is one workshop. :OTICE TO APPK\K Court. as Judge of Probate for his
chairman I TO WHOM IT MAY COXCER.V AND final discharge as Executor of the
Wood ,
Mf? A. open Hone, to Richard. Clair Williams, of the main projects of Elks Through the efforts of Dr. A. TO: Kenneth G. Avery Shamrock estate of Olive Elisabeth Ray, deceased -
ed the meeting' with the devotional -1 son of Mr.: and .!rs. Joseph Emory Pictured above'are students of Miss Louise Stern who appeared in throughout the nation. |Y. Covington the State Board of Trailer Park. Messena. New York. ; and that at the sametime
"Coronation, Dedicationand are hereby notified that a he will his final
topic accounts a*
,Williams of Tampa. th weddingwill their Spring Piano Recital last Thursday, June 4 at the Woman's Health supplied the consultants. petition has been fied ia the above Executor: of said estate and ask for
Prayer ,Mrs. I. P. Shepherdread be an event of Sunday afternoon Thes. consultants entitled Court by C A. Long and their approval.
Club. Seated are: Bob Smith Buster Partin, Brenda Lewis Girls Attend were Dr R.
from, thevMethodist Woman .. in Carolyn County his wife Pauline Long. for the adop- Dated June S, It5!.
:30 o'clock W.
21 at McComas
FeeVV% The following June Vickers, Jimmy Lawson, Bill Green, Mary K. Wainwright. :Mary Ann from the state .tion of Rita Doris Avery, a minor, Olin W. White. Sr.
"Marching: the First Baptist church Hampton, 4-H Meet At FSU Health Department Dr. Clair by the petitioners and you are required Executor.
officers, wer. _,appointed! obaIr- with Rev. It. C. Gray performingthe Long Phyllis Canova, Linda Hildebran. Kay Hart Steve Simmons.1st Calhoun of Atlanta Dr. R. A. I to.serve a copy of your an- Ill 4t 7, 3STARKE

man; Ma.hepherd.'steaL13frL doable ring ceremony.. row standing; Virginia'Hatcher, Barbara Ann Blankenship Gail | Five. Bradford County girls are Holland and Dr. Anders Sweet- .r -- ,'. -. .. '. -.- -
"berSBearce, sec)., f rs. Duke. Franklin Rttch, Sue Chastain, Barbara Bates, 38th Annual state -- -- --'- 11&
Hernwall -
.. A program of music will he presented : Marilyn attending the land from Florida State University >' "
J. W Andrews, Spiritual Life by Mrs.. L A. Canova, organist Teresa Colson, Linda Kay Sale, Frances: Landrum Betty Ann Sim- Girl's 4-H Club Short Course oil and Dyckasan Vermilye from E'

Miss Kate Strath .CRristian So- and Miss Dorothy Williams, mons Penny Hollingsworth. Lu Green, Betty Jo Starling, Shi Anne the FSU campus this weekend. the University of Florida.. ,

cIa1.Relations, Mrs. Shellie Hall, soloist sister of the bridergoomelect. Smith Vida Gentry*, Barbara Biggs, Eloise Dobbs, Eddie Hartmann Polly Wait and Katherine Har- !

Courtesy. Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mr Home will give his Bill Alderman, Harriet Powell. Back row: Miss Stern.N ncy Bates, rell of Brooker; Patricia Wain- Page Wins Trail .

Membership, Mrs. 0. L. Haynes daughter in marriage and Mrs. Martha Landrum, Barbara MaUhell, Jan Mundorf, and Clair Jean Wright and Janette Blount of RADIOS TV SERVICE

Refreshments were served during Robert Barksdale of Starke, sisterof Mundy. Lawtey; and Marilyn Cox of Ridge Fishing Title I _

o the social .hour.TJDC the bride-elect, will be' matronof Starke have been chosen to represent -
honor. The bridesmaids will be At this time Carolyn Vickers was awarded her Pi Mu pin for having the area.1 Donald B.. Page was the winner I I Reasonable Guaranteed Service 3

:Meet SaturdayThe Mrs. Betty May, sister of the successfully pajsed her first yearly examination as an enrolled Mrs. Dorothy Ross, Home Dem- : of the Fishing Contest sponsored '
bride-elect, Miss Fausteen Wil- student of the Art Publication S:>ciety. All students participating in onstration Agent, is accompany by the Trail Ridge : On All Makes Radios or TV 3

meeting of the W.. T. liams' of Everglades City, the theory classes received statuettes of a famous composer. ing the"girls.. and Recreational Club. SOcial// -_

Week' hapter, UJ.C' .will fceJield Miss, Norma Sweeney and Miss The week-long school is being Don pulled in an S Ib. 15 :I IP-YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS j
Saturday morning at 10 Ruth Sibley. Barbara Sue, Barks- conducted by the state home I on Santa Fe Lake April 15, and
o'datthitcrnie. of Mrs. L. A. dale will be flower girl and Stevie Miss Siprelle, Mr. Harry Brannon demonstration staff of the Agri .thereby picked up the $25 fiist I : NOT. GIVING YOU 3 '

Davis. Denmark will be ring bearer. United In Roman Catholic CeremonyDoris culture Extension Service. prize. Joe Grey copped the $15 : SATISFACTIONCall 3
Mr. Williams will attend his son Courses in foods and nutrition, ,second prize with an 8 lb. 6 oz.

iWSCS Meet Monday as best man ind groomsmen will Lea Siprelle and Harry The young couple left for a food conservation ho-Tie improve- bass, also caught in Santa Fe I 1 198-W% At Once 3.
be Joseph E. Williams, Jr., Tampa K. Brannon were married in St. trip which will include Miami, ment and industries, marketingand Lake on March 13. Third prizeof _

The general meeting of ,the brother of the bridegroom-elect, Edward's Catholic Church in Washington, D. C. and New York other subjects of Interest $10 went to Dan Fogg for a I IVBHMBBBIiMBBBBBBBBBBBMMiaHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBHBMBBMBVMBBBBBBlBB.

Methodist W.S.C.S. will be held] Bg5Sf Barksdalt, starke, Jack Starke on Saturday, June 6 at .after which they will be at home will be featured. 6 lb. 9 oz. bass of the same wa- 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthys

Monday afternoon, June 15, at 3:30: \Hugheyr Lelmd Hawes and Bob 10 a. m., Rev. Father H. Turnier in Toledo, 0. Some 600 girls from 50 coun ters.The 3
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will Fishing Contest covered the "
o'clock in the.church. brewaflofTampa. officiating. The bride was givenin The wedding reception was ties attend the Short Course. L .. .. .
-iMr., and 'Mrs. Home will be marriage by her father, W. J. held in the home of the bride's period from' March 1 to May 31 -- '

hosts at a reception at their home Siprelle and her maid of honor parents in Keystone Heights. 40 & 8 InstallationWednesday I 1953.

DeLuxe Model 46 immediately following the wedding was her sister, Suzanne Siprelle, The color scheme of the decorations -

who ,was gowned in navy blue was white ,and silver. Mrs. Night Infant Dempsey Dies TRADE IN

ChetRANGE BHS Senior Class with white accessories and carried Gad Mathews of Starke cut the %
I Magic Mons. George W. McGowan of \
pink roses. The best man cake. Mrs. Bert Christoffers poured Graveside services for' infant
..,. Gives Reception was Larry Brannon, twin brotherof coffee and Mrs. Lem Lawrence Kissimmee, Grand Chef de Gare Stanley Dempsey who died June

the groom. I of ,Jacksonville presided at the Grand Voiture of Florida, 40 & 8 7 were held Monday at the Kings-
After Graduation .
.1 The bride's mother, Mrs. %V. punch bowL, Society, will .install the new officers ley Lake cemetery.He 1
J. Siprelle wore linen : of Voiture 1388 at the. the, of Mr. and
A reception given by the BHS aqua and The groom's parents, two was son
th groom's, mother brothers sister Starke American Legion home Mrs. Thomas Dempsey of Kings-
Senior Class, with several of the wore "grey a and sister-in- 10
senior's mothers as sponsors/wa oJ nylon with pink accessories. The law re. all visiting for, a few' next Wednesday night. ley Lake.. Surviving are two At
8. the list of new
bride wore an off white linen days in Keystone.Mr. at Heading brothers.
the Methodist Recreation "
held Chef de Gare- 80 Starke Fla.
suit and carried a"white Voiture Rev. T. S. Williams ,
prayer and Mrs. Dale. Siprelle I
Friday evening followingthe
building Elect W. H. Graham who is retiring -
graduation exercises. The book with white daisies and ribbon went to Washington, D. C. to DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home,

guests, seniors and the high school streamers. During the. ceremony visit Mrs. Siprelle's parents, Mr. Commander Post. of the StarkeLegion was in charge of arrangements. 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE $179.95

June Patel .sang "Ave and Mrs. Brown who, were former '
faculty.Tall floor baskets of gladioli Maria." Keystone residents. ,I The Voyageurs of 1388 coming GRAHAM FELLOWSHIPThe OLD SUITE
from Alachua, Union, Clay, Levy you Aft-00
and flowers with -. .- -
summer a
quantity .. l' and Bradford Counties will en- Christ For Florida Prayer _
of greenery formed the back < joy a fried chicken supper before Fellowship; District 3, will have

ground for the lovely affair. '. .; opening the Promenade.The its first rally on Sunday, June I BALANCE $139.95

:: E: The refreshment: table was over 40 & 8 Society, commonly 14, at 3:20 p. m. in the Christian 1
i. :: laid with a beautiful hand-em-
.,..._ known as the honorary and fun- Church Graha.m.This .
broidered linen cloth and centered
maHing society' the American district consists of Hamil-

with an artistic arrangement of Legion, is composed of Legion- ton Suwannee, Gilchrist, Levy, ,

red roses and white carnations. At S? j naires who nave rendered distinguished -!Columbia, Alachua, Marion, Ba-
either end of the table were crystal After the nice .cooling showers Kelley of Brooker. :.: service to the Legion ker, Union Bradford, Clay Nas-

candelabra holding red and white over the weekend we're back in, Starkites have surely beh and Voiture 1388 numbers approximately sua, Duval, Putnam St., Johns,
candles. the two punch bowls the old groove-..warm nites anfi having a tough time this week I 20 men from the Flagler and Volusia counties. I

were,presided' over by Mrs. C. L. steaming days_folks .seem,, to be with ',their illriess! "and .accidents:. local Legion post on its roster. i Christ for Florida is part of __
Scholl; and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. 1 too lazy to maizemuch: news 'for ? was sorry ,to hear that Hva.1 I. ..
the Christ for America Spiritual
PRICED AS Greeting the guests as' they arrived -[us poor reporters :who HAVE W Stump fell off her front porch j 4-H 'Boys Will Not :Awakening Movements" which
were Mrs.:A. J. Thomas Mrs get a paper out the Boss Monday and dislocated her knee :

LOW ASPlus $lA99 Tate Alvarez, Mrs: Lacy Conway: even called Wed. a. 'm. from over cap-she Is convalescing;at Riv,r-' Attend State Meet j jI [Dr.is the Horace president.F. Dean All of Christians Chicago, t

Mrs: Ed Prevatt and Mrs. H. J.1 Pensacola. way (where he. anu side, hospital and Sara r+- tt
I I interested in praying with us are
Kucera. Others assisting es floor the farily are vacationing) to son fell by the Baptist church Because most of the boys are
hostesses were: Mrs. B,,T. Thomas, see, if we're all present and ac Sunday morning and received} a under age, the Bradford County invited to us..

Your Old Range Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs Frazier: counted for instead of over in nasty bruise and injured her kneecap I 4-l{ Club will not send representatives NOTICE TO APPEAR

->. Shaw, Mrs. Cirl Sapp, Mrs. Nel- Kochs coolin' our heels in their on her right leg-she is siillon to Gainesville for the In Circuit Court.. Bradford. County :Similar To.Abo..e

-LONG, TERMS TO PAY son GreenMrs.. Joy e'Futch, Mrs. newly air-conditioned store .the job tho' sorry to hear state meet this year announced Nancy Florida M.t Callahan.ChaBeeiy.Plaintiff. vs. L r"r J8LL

PAYMENTS AS LOW AS" R. E. Hazen, Mrs. J. Tanner, Mrs. glad to see the Perrymans back that B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr. Ms County Agent George Huggins, Joseph C. Callahan, Defendant.Case No. 9870 Picture {

MONTH L. J, Green. Mrs. C. Hutchinson i after their trip to Calif. and Pa. confined. in Daniel Unit Ciinicin coordinator of the program."All Notice To Appear.To .

$8.53 PER Mrs. Gerald Adkins and Mrs. A. T. the last 6 weeks and they'll be Jax Faye Lawson will undergo the boys are 12-years-olds, : Joseph C. Callahan. whose
residence a.nd address Is: 219 Forest I
Green. .. ..
lake must be 14 to attend the --- -
to their Kingsley an operation in St. Vincents and they -
moving Avenue, Massapequa, Long Island. .. .. .. ,1
No Money Down Mrs. H. B. Peyton, had chargeof home this weekend Margaret hospital .on Sunday Bobby 'state meet," stated Huggins. New York. :it --- -

the decorations and assisting in McGriff is on 2 weeks vacation Benton entered Hope Haven hospital However, ne added, the prospects -
Use'Your Old Range For serving were Misses Ann Johns from Humphreys Gold for another in a :series 'iOf are 'mighty nice" for a.I.

Down Payment and JoAnn Smith. Betsy Norwood and Judy Dankel operations on Monday .. .* and, good group and program next! I IAUTOMATIC

were down at Silver Springs oneI Susan Slade had a narrow escape I jyear. ,

.. Completely Installed WMU Lunch TuesdayThe 'day last week _._hear Kenneth_ when she turned loose frpni
I Pyus will' enter U. or 1'. next u. her ski out on Kingsley Lake too Recent BirthsMr.

business and program meet1 week for the summer term soon Monday morning and,hit the

1 CYLINDER GAS ing and covered dish luncheon of :see Tommy and Joanne Slade .pier-she received multiple braises and Mrs. Carl Brown are

FREE the Baptist W.M.U. will be held :helping out in Slades Gas .Co. I Lucille Mundorf who* nas announcing the birth of a Son ,
and hear Bruce been off from work with arthritis ,
Tuesday noon at the church. this I born June 2 at the Doctor's Cli-
Mathews, who was commissioned of the, hip the past week expects .'
Exclusive Features Recent 2nd Lt., reports June 27th in the to be back on the job next nic Hospital. YOURS \N 1US'I\
Birth Development -
Air Force at the Arnold Eng. week. I
m E.PIECE TOP BURNER UNIT Center, Tullaha-na, Kathy Struth celebrated her Mr. and Mrs. Wylie W. Flegleare I
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson the of a daughter -
and 10th happy parents
Exclusive! Two top burners Tenn. birthday on June 1st witha
drip tray all in one unit. Catches announces the birth of a daugh. Sharon Locke received a telephone small picnic supper and theatre born June 3 at 'the Doctor's. ..j '

spillovers lifts like a feather, ter, Janelle at the Alachu General call from husband, SK-3 party for a few ,of her friends, Clinic Hospital. S / w

washes like a plate. Burners'tare Hospital June 5. Brad Locke Tuesday evening Jane. Adatis celebrated ,her

:Deo- log. slinin r-aet. Instant, from Norfolk saying he wouldbe 6th birthday on *Saturday :. ",. t' I

automatic top lighting. home Thursday. he had Ruth and Dolores Meng gave I _
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BED"WHEEL REGULATOR spent the past 4 months in Europe a surprise birthday party Sunday -

Exclusive!Invented by Magic Chef' WE HAVE IT! the new '. word from Mrs. R_J. Bethea evening at the Frances Meng TAR'KE FL-: I 'I '

the famous Red Wheel Regulator that she arrived in Tokyo, Japanon home on the G'ville highway 'for I .

always assures accurate tempera sensational.K.euep@ May 20 to join her husband their respective twin ,husbands, ,
ture tontrol tn the full-.lw, Fiber- hear that Marion and JoAnn Paul and Francis-20 guests Fri., Sat. Jane 12, 13

glas-lnsulated oven. York are spending the summer helped to celebrate the occasion DOUBLE FEATURE :

SWING OUT BROILER .over at FeVnandina Beach where 12th birthday anniversaries Monkey Business
Exclusive! Open the door and the i I Marion is working Arthur were celebrated by Betty Ann
Grant and Marilyn
broiler swings out, ready for us*. STEREO CAMERA and Eloise Louden and daughtersare Simmons on Monday Diana Smith

Convenient smokeless. Fun to fix moving out to Lake Bedford .on Tuesday and Frances Landrumon ANDMarshall I $289.95 ;

fcitzling savory steaks. next 'week for the summer .' Thursday Mrs. W. G. of Mesa
TITANIUM PORCELAIN: hear that Fan Hall and ,friends i Haile also had a birthday on ftA Trade-in IW

ENAMEL from Newton, Ga. who are oc- Thursday Don Hardy is 2 City 50- Dn Old Box

Seamless top front and sides are cuping the. S. R. Johns.cottage years old today' (Friday) and \\ith tieorge O'Brien ''_ _

finished In acfcl-rrslstant titaniumporcelain this month had quite an excit- h3 dad, Charles Hardy. has a Also Cartoon and Serial N

enamel, No dirtcatchingcrevices. ing time Jast Saturday evening birthday tomorrow orchidsto -

Easy to clean, stays gUst- when the gas stove blew up while I Judge George Gardiner who Sun., MOIL June H, 15 $239.95 : :.. '

tninr 'white. % they were cooking supper-nobody -. Horizons WestIN
will be
--- 86 years old on Sunday. -
PANEL but it I
AnRAcn"ECK was hurt seriously -
Seems to be all for now TECHNICOLORRobert
I/tap and handy timer In chrome 174 scared the wits out of them .1 I
housing. Unique deflector conceals the medal for the most absentminded !. See you in the next '. Ryan and Julia Adams Imagine all these wonderful features Model CAI.l .

flue for stream-lined appearance, ,Not.th.w outitanding feahtrei person of the week goes Carolyn '., Plus Cartoon and Latest News in one refrigerator-big, roomy C.podty17.. '.. II.
from Two matched coded 3Smm the storves, completely recessed in the door, ,/
directs cooking vapors away F/3.S to Dot Epperson who put Tue& June 16 ONLY
wall to keep your kitchen clean. REVERE lenses with VOLLENSAK REVERE 'VOLLENSAKLRAPAX AMATON breakfast bacon in the washing I 18 Attend Monthly actually double "front-row" space..
Pride ..
The of Automatic Defrosting.
MODERN DESIGN shnitert; speeds 1/2 to machine PushButton
Smooth contours, waterfall 'front, ''l'nhrolashsu./ ; coupled focusing; irueroil Ritch, Mike and Kathy Howard, Winsome Class.. Meet St. Louis full-width freezer comportment..frOIl..'

rounded corners add beauty toJOW' 'UII,8e-'adtr and vicn r imposed cr in camera image !children of* the Alvin Howards 4 \ storag drawer...rutt-rcsUtanl, removable A CARE-FREE KflCh'tNih.lv.s
kitchen. And Magic Chefs bead;double exposure prcienim; are awfully excited, these days The monthly meeting of the Winsome With Dan DHy ...full-width crisper-..."SOFT-GtO" IS THE HEART r")

sturdy construction means 1-o-a-g siagU frame otocr provision features.MV ;. letel awaiting souvenirs from the ;gr- Class was held, at the home Also Cartoon and News Interior StyIirq..ButterSafe...five-year warranty Of YOUR HOME- V
the Electrosaver Unit! This is only one of nine SO SET YOUR HEART
Elizabeth being on
of of Mrs.
life. onation Queen Riley
& ; WasdinTuesday, Thur. June 17 18
t STf IEO YlEWEI-fi Wed., models-there's one to fit
Shelvador Refrigerator ON A
GUARANTEEDEach rOM otic l lue i; both focusing end sent to them by their grand- [with Mrs. J. M.. Vickers ai:co- DOUBLE FEATURE Croaley
range is guaranteed for one Mcfoculor odjuthMnhj bv T-... I ghlj" mother, )Ira. Katie Hodge, from 1 your needs at a price you can afford. tvicm.Mor4i..th.mTODAYI
hostess. There 17 IJISJUS-1..I.
year against defects in .workmanship 3-cotor$ plotik body. J1I.SO St. Ives England they also were members"* "'. : Port SinisterWith .

or materiaL Burners are Com.mhtt! D.mo itroio today received a letfer from, her this and one visitor present. ] James Warren and Lynne ,

guaranteed for life.Central week; with some of the new I Mrs. Guy Lee led the devot.ion, Roberts

stamps on it with pictures of the'new and prayer and Mrs. E. T. Nolin

Queen and one' of thi late,president presided over the meet., -AND-

FloridaGas King George and Queen "Mother,ling. Plans were' made to contactprospective I Was A Communist ELECTRIC SERVICE & .SUPPL

Elizabeth wedding license I .
For The FBI
Co. issued this ,
& Appliance. applications have been % "" .
week to Lawrence Todd and Betty t Refrestments were served dur- With Frank Lovejoy
Fto. !H0NE 26 STAR }'IA ., Also Latest World News PHONE 76 1. R. KITE OWNER 125 E. CALL ST.I .
Phone 301 ; Jean_Smith of 'Starke and Bobby l ing-the social hour,. .j

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I I Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of Apopka: or before the rl
13 day of July 1833;
arrived Wednesday .to spend two otherwise the 'njlegauons of said !
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Complaint will be taken as confessed -
weeks with her brother sister -

rte,{ Lewis.in-law Mr. and Mrs. James A. This each by notice yon.week shall for four be publishedonce consecutive ..'; -S ) Come See, Come Save at A aP.qj ,

weeks in the Bradford County
Mr. and Mrs. Dolvin Foremanand Telegraph. -
C.-cIN THE NEWS son Dolvin.. Jr. left Saturday Dated this 10 day of June, 1953.
__ I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
.. for Columbia., ,S. C. to attend Clerk of the Circuit Court
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-- of Mr. Foreman's By Marian L. Crosby. Depn'v Clerk
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Mr, and) George Moxley. of Mrs. :Mallory} Thomas visited nephew and also a week's,vacation dAf4Ltw .I

Washington, ,P C:, haveented her 'brother-In-law' W,-:1. Lewis in Washington, D. C Notice is hereby NOTICE given that the
the-Herlong! apartment Mr Mox who is serously ill in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster and County Assessor of Taxes for Brad-

ley will attend U of F and:Mrs. ville Thursday. baby of ,Jacksonville visited),Ir. Board ford County of County Florida Commissioners will meet the of

Moxley win be employed at ,Jack- MrS.' 3.' C. Cone of Brooker and Mrs. J. K. Douglas on Sun- said County in the Office of the

senville NAS; Mrs. Moxley is i a spent three days last week "with day. x Clerk Florida of at Circuit 10:00 o'clock Court A.at M.Starke.July

niece of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Huttc. her son-in-law and daughter, Mi. Mr. and Mrs. J.),I. Edwards and 6th A.D. 1953, for the purpose of

children. and Mrs.,M.. F.. Hazen. daughters spent the weekend at hearing complaints and receiving
:Mrs. L. J. Johns and
testimony as to the value of any P'i'T
Barbara and Wayne,-and Howard Mr. ,and_ Mrs., Martin Struth of Daytona Beach. property, real personal or Intan-
: Mrs. David Dalrymple of Miami gible personal as fixed by the said 'T
Bell of Macon GJL, arrived Wed- Milton are spending this week) last week with Mr. County Assessor of Taxes on his As-
nesday to spend the remainder 6 f with Mrs W. H. Struth and. MisKate. spent sessment Rolls for the year 1953
and Mrs. Luke Feeney' and Mrs. and for the purpose of perfecting,
the week with"Mrs-Havana Johns Struth. receiving and equalizing such as-
John Adams. ,
bliss' Clarice Thomas of Gainesville _CLOTHES LINE selfservicelaundry sessments. The County :Assess of
Vernon Reddish and Fate of Taxes and the Board of County! .
'epe1t-the weekend with her; will be open by-July 1. Brown made a' business trip to Commissioners may continue in session ,
Mr. and Mrs., A. J. from day to day for one week
parents Dr. and Mrs. 0- L. Haynes'Jr. Chattahoochee, on Monday. or: as long as necessary. 'I
Thomas, 'Sf: returned to their home at Santa Mrs. J. H. Fields spent last All persons owning property subject :

Shi Smith, Jr. spent last 'week, Fe"'Lake on Sunday lifter 'a week's; Thursday and Friday in Jacksonville County.to Florida assessment are notified in Bradford to appear -;I: We Woven'f Had Lower Prices on a ,. ,.,. ..,,o e
with' his cousin, J. W... Smith in trip to South Florida. visiting'Mrs. W. ,M. at feuch meeting, or meetings !
to make such complaints or give AP Coffee Two rQ .,. ,,,ce
Hawthorne. : in Years! r ...
; : : Van..Patel; and daughter, Gunga; Haight. such testimony as to the value of ,Kr :,or
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gay attended left Sunday for a week's visit e.> J. Powell from Cocoa spent any property real or personal as
the Bedding of Mr. Gay's with friends and relatives in W. the weekend with his family.: Taxes fixed by',upon the his County Assessment Assessor Rolls of, |[Everyone is waiting for coffee prices to come x""
brotneV, Medford Gay in Trentoi Florida. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Darnell as they may desire. j f down. A&P has done something about 'tt'! ,
Mr. and Given by order of the Board of I limited time only, we can offer America's favor- '
on Sunday. Kathy Struth is spending a'few lad as Sunday guests County .Commissioners of Bradford 'I. :
Watch for the opening of the days in Deland visiting her 'cou- Mrs. C. H. Darnell 'of Jacksonville Co.uity. Florida June 11th, A.D'i i I!life coffee at savings up to 16' a pound cornr r Mild I Jo4. ow r Ilhb i fulllodud VlgOfOIl' 1 Wiser

CLOTHES LINE on' Temple Ave. sin. Edwina Whitnel. and Mr: and Mrs. Jack I9U.(OFFICIAL SEAL I ,pared with like-quality coffees. You save even ,
Ennds of JacksonMich.. ) A. Darby i more on the extra-thrifty 3-pound bag! Enjoy lib : lib
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Clerk. I
Vonnie Hutto4 .1r. Harry'Mooty had I '-
CLOTHES LINE SelfSen'ieelaundry 2t 6/19 the same superb quality-the freshly-roasted l1C IQC 19C
ia upending "this week with his as guests last week, W. P. Mooty
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. LS and Steveof Miami on Thursday plus Sanitone Dry_Cleaning !{goodness that, makes A&P Coffee America's'Favorite Ba .
'on Temple Ave. 'by July 1. =. Choose from 3 superb blends-and g Bag Bag
Wells and :
Hutto, and the M. Cf Mr.-and'.Mrs. Milton St. Peter
I I1Ir. and Mrs. L. A. Davis is improvedafter best of. all, enjoy these special, special prices!
and Mrs.. C. F. Holton olMfflersville family on .Friday evening '
?a:, spent ''the first i MissBeryl Jean St. Peter remained all"last being week in for Riverside knee; treatments.'hospital Change to ASP Coffee now! 3H' s$2-25 3 Ibs $2-78 3fes$2.3Armours /

of the week with },Ir. and 'Mrs. overnight and went to

Orlando on Saturday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. G: Denmark ... _
Freeman Register. Mrs.P. S. Den- r -- OJ d. _-....."'. _
Mrs. Loran Conner; Sf Sylvania, Mooty. and childrenand of ' C! Y 'rHE THRtFtY3. L8 B .(L
mark attended, the graduation Gr i l E.IlMJ
Ga., was the Monday guest of Judge and Mrs. George A Gar- their niece, JoAnn Thomas in -- > 0 ,_ _,
Mr.and, .Mrs.., Frazier::Shaw. diner win spend Sunday in HastIngs -
Crescent City last Friday evening
R., ,P.! Young returned last with their sons-in-law and Fresh Fruits
Mr. and Mrs.> E., S. Oliver of i II I II
week's visit e tt I
Thursday after a two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Zack I
with his brother, T W. Young, inElizabethtov."I Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jacksonville spent .the weekend! .. II /bean
with Mrs. J. E. Brown. 'CORNED BEEF HASH 21C
\, N. Y. McKoon and will also'celebrate I

Mrs W;,*J Chandler, and 'Yrs. the Judge's 86th birthda; Mrs. J.R.. Wainwnght and & Vegetables ,
W. F. Godwin are in Griffin, Ga, anniversary. Mrs, Charles Darby spent the Ii I I '10' .

visiting'Mr.: and Mrs. H. B. Mont- Drive-In Seli-Ser'Iee 1 laundry weekend in Tallahassee ,as the iCHARLEY j I Ann Page Elbow

gomery.)Ir. and Mrs H. H. Darby and opening Miss, 'on Paige.Claxton Temple Ave.returned soon.' guest attended of Mrs. W.the M graduation. Wainwrightand of I I i j Iceberg Large 8 oz pkg *i for

Mrs. Al Bankston of I Ito their niece, Anice Spencer from E. JOflNS, MACARONI 19C I
daughter her home in Kite Ga. on I SONI I c2Ph'ds .
Savannah,, Ga. were guests last Thursday after a ten day visit FSU. LETTUCE 29C
Friday ,of Mr and Mrs: T. J. 'with )Ir. and Mrs. I. G. Harris. Cpl. Carl Lawrence of Hunter about this question I ,

Griffin, Miss' Annie Darby and Mr., and Mrs. Nate Dyal and Air Force ,Base, Ga. spent ,the Waldorf ,

"Mfsv ,Carrie Rltc.Mis. son, David and Mrs. T. L. Caseyof weekend with ),{r. and Mrs.' Luke We'll be traveling a lot this

Ben Hall and Mrs. ,N B. Starke and Mrs. E. T. Vestal Feeney. //
season, stopping at hotels, Large Luscious Ripe
Rosier"visited B. Holtzendort, of Jacksonville went to Tampaon D>. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton cabins and resorts. I believe TOILET TISSUE 3Rolls 23C
Sr. in Daniel Unit Clinic Monday Saturday for the Thompson are spending the weekend, at Ih
our clothes and be-
afternoon. family reunion. They, were accompanied Cedar Keys. BANANAS 10CWhite -
CLOTHES LINE Self Service by Mrs. Berry Dyal longings are partly coveredby '

laundry plus Sanltone,Dry Clean- of Graham who spent the weekend NOTICE TO APPEAR our Household Goods House Dry _
tat on Temple Ave. by July 1. in Winter Haven visiting her U ClrtBlt Co.rt. Bradford Ceaaty, Fire policy, but is this
Florida la Ckaarerr. Can
Mr. and Mrr. George Moxleyof brother, Jim Goodge. James a Smith Plaintiff vs. Chris- enough? Should we have Yellow MILK 31C

Washington D. C. are,visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carper and tine Smith, Defendant.Case Xo. 9872 Personal Property insur- Cooking .

Mr. and, ;Mrs L. S. Hutto this on,' Jimmy, of Clendennin.W.: Notice Te A........ ante to also protect against

week. : Va.'are the guests this week of To: Christine and address Smith Is: whose 21 Merton residence theft, loss, or damage? ONIONS 16. 5C
hire H. ''E. Wesley end Mr. Mr and Mrs. D. R. Devrick who Street New Rochelle,'New York. Sugar Rose
,and Mrs. Marion E. York of have taken their guests to Silver You are hereuy aoiutea iu..f a
Fernandina visited Mrs. A, O. Springs Daytona St. Augustineand '.ult for 303 Can
Divorce custody control' and E Johns I
Charley .
Andrea at ,Lake Bedford on Sun-- other points of interest. selfservicelaundry support baa been of filed minor"againet child 'you In "the Local Grown Guaranteed 3 For TOMATOES .10C

day. CLOTHES LINE : above 'named Court and cause. and _
Miss fine Duncan of Gainesville win be open by July 1. )Ju are required to serve a-copy of I $4.00
resin; your answer or pleading to the & Son-
of her c
was guest Mr. :and. Mrs. Garl Mathews complaint on the Plaintiffs WATERMELONS

, :Miss Margaret Rose _Duncan' the yitertainM at;..a small reception Attorney Evan T. Evans.'103 Jane Parker Light :
fist::part of the week." Monday'evening'at their home on Law Exchange, Florida Building, Jacksonville Phone 13 Starke, Fla. 4 ; \

Miss, Lucille Alvarez spent the 2hurchStreet, ,following! the grad- and file the original In the office j M.
'weekend with her sister, Mrs. O_ uation exercises of their son, of the Clerk of the Circuit.Couri-on AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATucs. Tender r ,

P DyalvinJacksonville who re Bruce, from U. of F. Those attending I
turned'wltlf'Lucme:"forTcSweksvisit "were Mfr.' and' Mrs. 'Lowell -

'with 'her parents, 'Mr\ and Mathews and son Dennis and give your Television Set the proper 1 I ANGELRINGCAKE fOOD':

.Mrs. A. I*? .Alvarez. Mr, and Dirs. Virgil Mathews and :
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land daughter, Patsy, of Neptune Technical Knowledge and Skill

:and family were in Lakeland Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis

S jvef*,the':Weekend,visiting' Mrs. and three sons of Jacksonville, It Needs I ., -r
Pay Bale, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. SIprelle of Keystone :' I E 49C
Emma Is tpending Jean Canova thIs week of Gainesvffle with- Pickering Heights of Starke.and Mrs. L. N. We Give You An Estimate Before We Repair Your Set i iI I Swift Prem. Choice Veal Rolled .I

Clair Jean Mundy at Ktegsley Mr. and Mrs Edmond Tenly, CALLS ANN PAGE'
Paul TV SERVICE $2.50 Ib
Lake> Her mother, Mrs. Joan and Sonny returned from
Canova Joined her ,on Thursdayto Mars HID, Nv C. Tuesday nigh.tof I ROAST 41C. GRAPE JAM 1 Ib Jar 9c

spend the remainder of the last week. They left Wednesday Radio AndTelevision i .- ,
week with the W.. B., )'Iund) morning for LaBelle to visit CAVALIER I .' CANADIAN -

family. ,. Rev., and Mr?. Hough Walters Service J
Mrs. irona: Bradley of ibllam.fa They returned home Saturday Swift Premium Smoked LUNCHEON MEAT 3 Cans $leOO'39C'
visiting het sisters Mrs. J B.
light PHONE 153 I II Ib 4 .
Sapp this week Mrs. Enoch Kelly, Scobby and I PICNICS

Drive-In, Self-Senlce laundry Loretta Kelly spent the weekendin ; NOTICE-We have moved to Call St., in Williams Jew I ORANGE JUICE .46 Oz Can 23c
Are. won.
opening on ,Temple Tampa and Immokalee.Miss elry ,Co., 2 doors from Koch! Drug Store j
of New
Morris Brownlee I .
Lois Chantler, missionary II BALLARD '
leans was the guest of ClaIr Jean
from Hlati with I
spent Thursday
Mundy at Kingsley Lake on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. A. Wood. 1 Hermans All Meat FLOUR Plain or S-Rising 5/fcs 51 c

day. ,' Mrs., George Vanchoff and son
Mrs Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas 'tephen have returned to their Ib '
her sister, Mrs. w. FRANKS 49'
R Middleton visiting and Dr. Mlddleton home three In Akron weeks, Ohio with, after her parents spending THEATRESTARKE CLEANSER14Oz Can. ,. or 23c

on Wednesday. .Ir. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey
Attending- the' Sheriffs convention
and barbecue in Gaines- Jamie Worley of Clemson College Dedicated Community Service Quick Frozen Boneless Red REYNOLDS
S. C. .Is spending several. Perch. WRAP
Sheriff "Movie Are Better Than Ever"
ville on Tuesday : I
days with his uncle and aunt, ),Ir. < S ,
and Mrs P, D. Reddish, R. P .
McLendon of State Farm, Mr and and Mrs. Claude Crowson. If you find your name'tonceaJed In the Florida Theatre Ad,' FILLETS 25C
Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Mrs. Robert Green Mr. and Mrs. have sold'"The What Not Store" cut ad out and present it to'Box Office for FREE TICKETS)I .
Mr. and Mrs. Billy I I .
Cecil Sewell
and will leave next week for f
Ra- Sat. June 13 ONLY Wed June 16 17
Doyle< Conner. d
Noegel and Rep. leigh, N.' C., to visit their "Son-in- i
Inspector Everett McKinney law and daughter Mr, and Mrs DOUBLE FEATURE OBMICUITHAGGUO Quick Frozen ChickenGIZZARDS
Jr. of the Railroad Commission W. V. Green Jr. "

has spenj the past two weeksat Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy (Tiny) I L 27 C

the Florida-Georgia line the check-state. Lovell and daughter MargaretAnn WINNING OFWEST t 4 25CHORMELS ROLL.

ing trucks coming into and Mr. and Mrs. ,Owen
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of AFS'
Vaughan spent Sunday at Day- .
Webster were guests Wednesdayof tona Beach.
last week of Mr. and Mrs For the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly With Gehe Autry Laundry Karo, White or Red
A* E. McKinney. and family were called to As- ( Borax Ib pkg 19c
of the S bottle
Watch for the opening .
burn. Ga. last: Sunday due to the -AND- MON1Q 23c
CLOTHES LINE on Temple Ave. death and funeral of Mrs. Tenly's I For Cleaning Hands Cooking OilMazola i
Wayne Mundorf is visiting his aunt, Mrs. R. L. Green. They returned HAVANAROSE PAl1 Tasty'Delicious Boraxo, 8 oz can 19c
FATE NARIOWE1r4ef' quart 69c
and Mrs -
uncle and aunt Mr. i
home Monday night. II YASSIMO SERA10 Dixie Lily Hominy .
Flaga Dried
Arthur Bennett in Tavares. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Green rrrar- ? Baby

L. 0. Woods of RidgeJahd,, spent the weekend in Tallahasseewith ,. ,. .. Grits, 24 oz pkg 21c, Limas, 24 oz pkg 25c

C. is making and extended"visit. 'Mr.: and Mrs. Wfflard Pass. Plus "All In XutshelT Cartoon 'st' .. Chicken of the Sea Ifeebler,
with his .brother; P P. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green were Estelita and WilliamsPlus Tuna 6
and latest World News Easy To oz can. 35c Saltines Ib
and Ewell Lawsons.Ida In Tampa 0'''; the ,weekend.: 27c
Lou Plummer' of.,the Jupiter -, Miss Marilyn Capo of Holly "{bl1d Sockotogy" Cartoon L. L. RENFROE M PrepareSpecial ; ?. Planters Cocktail Laundry Soap

AF Base b spending three' Hill is spending the week here and Chapter 8 Serial, "Captain Peanuts, 8 oz can ,33c Octagon 2 bars 15c
weeks with her uncle and aunt'as the guest of her cousin. Miss Video Thur., Fri. June 18, 19 Liptons Brisk. J -
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Phoebe Green. SoapOctagon
Friends of Mrs. A. C. Durden I Mr and Mrs. W. E Mitcham Tea.. Mlb. 33c 2 bars "* 9c

will be happy to, hear she is and 'daughters and Mrs. Panola MRS. R. A. COLSON Liptons Brisk Super
convalescing nicely and is able Mitchan of Atlanta, Ga. were Tea '
Bags, count.- 21c Suds 1
to be up And around.Dr. I overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. S Ige pkg 27c '-

and Mrs. A, A. KartSonis W. G. Haile last Friday night. Sun, Mon. -June 14,15 WOW Horsemeat Dial? 1 .

had as guests' 'on"' Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. Panola Mitcham stayed over Dog Food, lb can -: 18c Soap'bath bar 2 for 35c

Kartsonis' father Capt. John E. as the guest 'of the. Hailes until I ,. Cashmere Reg. Bar Toilet SoapPalmolive ,
Tsavaris D. Dritsas and Wednesday. "
caps ,
Bill Posantzls, .all ,of New York -Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,. w..,., Bouquet for 21c 3 for 23c

and Miss Mary and J.ouisTsaVaris Charlie Cowen were lir, and Mrs. CUFTON BARBARAWEBBSTANWYCK J' r -

of Tarpon Springs. Marion_ 'Neil and Mr: and Mrs. f j le r Prices in this ad effective thru Saturday, June 13.
,Rev and Mrs, W. S. McAlpey !John Barieigh of Tarpon Springs
and aon. Sam visited friends in I and 'Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe ryes,Dultti&uaatt ,_ TRI .,...,. < :. 12 Of. aaraen reviser rear'' "u i.ioiiiloi.
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Jacksonville on Monday afternoon. and ,Samuel Renfroe of the U of iCHARQMAk'OOUATthjPitts D I 43c

Mr. and Mrs. T;'E. Shields and P.Mrs. Plus "Bashful Buzzard" Cartoon CAIL
daughter Carolyn and son Tom- Wallace Solano, Miss Ida : "Monster of the PRICE 1in
ray, of Gainesville' "ire Sunday Sweat and Mrs. H. A. Anthony and Latest World News Featorette

guests of.Mr and Yt,>!. Harold spent last ,Saturday in Jackson- ithtt ArtANAi Mpfli rtA
Hazelwood. ville.. tOataNrs
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I FRU"Y, dUNE 1t; 1955

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVVVVVV I the weekend at home. one'(1) to Twelve (12), both inclusive order of tie City of Starke. Florida, the successful bidder, will be held full liquidated damages.The .

SOIL CONSERVATIONNEWS Mr.. and Mrs. Mernice Nettlesof 1958., maturing both inclusive in the are years not "redeem-1955 to on which no Interest will be allowed. -I uncashed as security of the performance right to reject any and all

LONG BRIDGEBy Lake Wales spent the week able prior to their respective stated Award or rejection of bids will of his bid. but in the event bids Is reserved.
here with Mrs. Essie Nettles dates of maturity. Bonds of this be on the date above stated upon that the successful bidder shall fail City of Starke. Florida
t and issue numbered from Thirteen (13) receipt of the bid and the checks of I to comply with the terms of bis bid, By Carl Johns
' ![rs. Seeber MoodyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettle to Eighty (80). both Inclusive, maturing the unsuccessful bidders will be returned the check may then be cashed and City Clerk.
?;- in the 1959 immediately. The check of the
years to 1973. proceeds retained as and for
-- By Bill Haas Marklee Moody spent the week- both inclusive are redeemable priorto 5/15 SI 1/12
end with his mother Mrs. T. M. their respective dates of maturingat -" -- -
'a the option of the City in wholeor --, -, .. -,
.,. "US. SOIL CONSERVATION Mrs. Carl Nettles Elbert and Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. Earl in part in inverse numerical order > "- '

Mrs. Julia Johns visited :Mr. and :Moody of Palatka. if less than all, on May 1, 1958
or on any Interest payment date
t, SERVICE Mrs. Wilbur Mann in Ocala. Sun- Mrs. Vergil Dukes and son Don- thereof at the principal amount GROCERIES

'". ald cf Pearson, Ga. visited the: thereof plus accrued interest to date
day.Jackie of redemption and a premium of

;:The .Board of Supervisors of ty- to ,an asset if; Keystone Johns with friends.spent Sunday in Troy Dukes Sunday. .. each Twenty-five bond so Dollars called for$25.00)redemption) for Earl COOK'S MEATS

the' Bradford Soil Conservation Ben Holtzendorf a district cooperator in 1958, which premium shall reduce -
I Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Kersey and by Two and 50/100 Dollars
District held their regular monthly who has a farm on the !. The Cirealt Court -tof Bradford ($2.50) in each year thereafter so FEED
Mrs. Daymer Peacock of Tampa Coaaty: Florida. In Chaneery.: that the bonds shall be callable at
meeting in the Bradford AgrIculture Rowel Lake Road'used the dis- spent the weekend: with the See- B. Lemuel Hafer Plaintiff vs. Ruth av premium of Twenty-two and ...

Building 'in Starke. Monday trict's fertilizer, distributor to put Haler, Defendant. 507100 Dollars ($%%.50) in 1959 and
ber Moodys.Nan 1-2 Mile From
Case No. S849 without premium in 1968. City Limits North Phone 339-J
June ,8, Those attending -the out 6-6-6 fertilizer on his pastures.Tommy' .
and Ralph Merritt. Miss Older Of PablltatiOB Aa. Tfotleo The bonds have been or will be
meeting were Chairman Leon Hamilton 'was sitting To Apeari State of Florida Tot. validated by the Circuit Court of
Ida Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. Ruth R. Hafer. whose residenceand Bradford County. Florida and the Quantity Rights ,Reserved SPECIALS FOR FRI., SAT., JUNE 12, 13
COnner; Lloyd Green, and J.. l'watawright on a bag of fupine watching the Harold Shivers and children of address is: R.FD.No. 2, Con- approving opinion of Giles J. Pat-
Supervisors; G. T. seed cleaning operation, when he over. North Carolina. terson, Esquire and Patterson Free-
Huggtns,, Secretary; and Bill made this remark 'about the advantage I Gainesville enjoyed a picnic at You are required to appear on man, Richardson & "Watson. Jacksonville Pound
;Sampson Lake Sunday. June !I Florida will be furnished
29. in
1953. the above
Haas Soil Conservation ,Service. of planting lupine for a I I Court and cause wherein plaintiff named without cost to the purchaser of the RIB STEW 19CI
Elbert Nettles,
Ralph Merritt, bonds. There will also be furnished -
The Board discussed the coming winter soil building crop. 'The seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph -
t. election of three new supervisorsto t dry! weather is not affecting the Louise Johns, Johnnie Frances I next four shall publish this Order in the a certificate usual'closing stating papers that Including ,thereis -
weekly issues. I I -
and this
replace Leon Conner, Clyde 'corn as much in the fields where Bobby Crews graduated I I Witness hand and no litigation pending affecting
my official
the validity of the bonds.
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Cone and J. R. Wainwright whose we plowed under a good crop of year. eal at Starke. Florida, this May 28, The purpose of the issuance of I Fresh D and D Fla. Pound
four year terns expire in July. lupine this year." The turning )fr. and Mrs. Eula Rhoden of 1953. these bonds is to finance the cost FRYERS
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby of improvements to certain streets, 49C
.. Dukes
The new men that were nominated under of a good"legum crop not Jacksonville visited 1. L As Clerk of said Court avenues and thoroughfares ia the

art J. B.White,Zedra Hamilton only helps hold' moisture but it Saturday. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. City of Starke.

and Foster Shi Smith. These also Improves the condition of I Joe and Felton Moody who are Charles Building,R.Jacksonville Hess, 204 Guaranty, Life Bidders are requested to name
Florida. the interest rate or rates not to exceed -
men feel it is their duty to help the soil. now employed in Monticeflo spent Attys. for Plf. 5/29 it 6/19 four per cent (4%) per annumin
improve the agriculture in Bradford ,,,+-, p multiples of 1/8 or 1/10 'of 1%. Good Lb
Each bidder' may name not more SMOKED SAUSAGE 33CI
,District. They receive no NOTICE TO APPEAR than three rates of interest and _
pay for this job and often they I. Circuit Court Bradford County must specify in his bid the amount .
Florida. IB CIt..e.rr.Julia : and maturities of the bonds of each
will leave'their to lee about Stella. Plaintiff,
crop vs. Guyseppe rate and all bonds maturing on same
some conservation problem in Stella Defendant. Case No. 9839 dates must have interest at the
n Notice To Appear.To same ratts. No bid of less than par Pound
Bradford County. They feel that : 'Guiseppe Stella, whose residence and accrued interest or for less DAISY CHEESE ASC
by getting more soil and waterconservation' and address is: Via Casal- than all of the bonds offered will
nuovo No. 79, Matera, Italy. te entertained. The bonds will be I I,
on the ground it
Divorce awarded Jto the lowest bidder offering -
will'help"to (Improve ,the standardof You are hereby notified that a to purchase the bonds at the
'In.{ suit for lowest interest cost to the City.
living our County. There has been filed against you in the Such cost tol I be determined by deducting Meaty
will bean election called in July above named Court and cause and the total amount of any SPARE RIB TIPS Lb.29C
I so he folks in Bradford you are required to serve a copy of premium bid from the aggregate
thaty your answer or pleading to the amount of interest upon all of the
Soil Conservation'District may complaint on the Plaintiff's bonds from their date until their
their opinion as to the By Geo. T. Hoggins Attorney Evan T. Evans. 103 respective; maturities.
express Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville Each bid must be enclosed; in a
men, they wish to have on the Ceunty Florida sealed envelope marked "Proposalfor Pound
Board of Supervisors. Agricultural' ExteD.8lo11.Seniee. and file the original In the officeof Utilities Revenue Bonds" and WEINERS I. 33C
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. must be accompanied by a certifiedor
and Water
A Soil -
on or before the bank cashier's check for $1,500-
Farm Plan was prepared It Can Be Done the past couple of weeks.* Catch 29 day of June, 1953: 00 payable unconditionally to the
loJ it said that pinkeye cases early and cure otherwise the allegations of said
for T. W. Tatum on his place Have you heard
Complaint will be ,. ..yf1
taken as confessed
sated South of Lawtey on HIgh- worm free corn cannot be pro- them quickly is the thing you by you. Blue Rose Lbs

way 301. Tatum is going to put I.duced-in Bradford County? Whenwe want to do. After the first threeor This notice shall 'be publish* CLASS 1 RICE 5 61C
once each week for four consecutive ,
I .
of infection, recovery -
an old field that is not producing get close as 98 or 99, percent four days weeks in the Bradford County"Telegraph PUBLICLIABILITY

anything but broomsage into worm free, we think that is good is slower in spite of treat- ...--
Dated this 23 day of May, 1953.
Pangola grass. By putting this enough. Corn season is practically ment. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Jim Lbs C
old field into permanent pasture over but we don't want the Pinkeye Is -an infection causedby Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dandy 41
By Marian, L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. GRITS 5
Tatum will be changing a liabili- interest in worm free corn to a germ. It is highly contagious 5/29 4t 6/18 INSURANCE .

.;. -until next spring. If -
; die down
contact .
- direct.,
and is spread by NOTICE TO APPEARIB
we can keep ,talking about it and I ClreBlt Court Bradford County $29-50

planning for the ,next crop, wean between animals by flies and eye L.Florida' J. Manuel t In Chaarery.Plaintiff, vs. Louise Yellow Rose Lbs $4.89
j l.Et'rfl has
of cattle
: have more corn and better 1 gnats. No breed Manuel Defendant. FLOUR f 2'S

OI'pj.0rll'"GI been found to be immune to the Notice To Appear.To Case No. 9846 SPECIAL !

corn.Anytime you are talking to disease. Cattle that have light : Louise. Manuel, whose residence .
and address is: Route 1,
.. iiiiTiiiEMititimimi J. C. Sapp Leon NormanWade colored skin around the eyes I Stoneville, North Carolina. 15% SAVINGSOn
.. Gaskins or Darby Gaskins, ask You are hereby notified that a Heinz Jars 19C
them about their sweet corn seem to have the most trouble. suit Dlvorp"for BABY FOOD 2
7JTH. crop. There may be others but ,First symptoms are reddeningof has been filed against you In the Tobacco Curing Barn .
above named Court and cause and
remember around the mar-
they are the ones I the white area
you are required to serve a copy of .
right now. Top quality corn and I gin of the eyeball) squinting cause your answer or pleading to the complaint INSURANCECONNER e Fla. 303 Can

HEARING AIDS free of worms can be'! produced in I by severe sensitivity to light and Evan on T.the Evans Plaintiff's, 103 Law Attorney Ex- TOMATOES 9CMEAD
The strength of Jacksonville,
met GIEAT MODELS Bradford County. watery discharge. If treatmentIs change Building
is not the most Florida
the or
EACH Sflf JE" k sC- cSo.DWw.QMII spray delayed, the discharge thickens and file the original In the office of: BROSGen. ,
factor. The success in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -
.. important
y *mMu* amt wu ulcers form in
J has Tiny
observation and pus. or before the 29 day of June.
the operation is in your keen the clear portion of the eye and 1953; otherwise the allegations of Georgia Pounds
and regularity in the said Complaint will be taken as con InsurancePhone 5 29C
cause clouding. This clouding fessed by you. .
J:. CAHOVAPHARMACY jobs to be done. sometimes causes blindness.. This notice shall be publishedonce
Pinkeye in Cattle each week for four consecutive,. 285-129 W. Call St. .
During the first three days weeks in the Bradford County Tele ,
who writes ,
\ Dr. C. M. -
: '
graph. .
piflkeye will respond quickly to ,
for the Progressive Farmer, says Dated this 27 day of May, 1953. '1 -' -' -- -- --,-;..., - -- ,- -' '
treatment After that treatmentis OFFICIAL SEAL Charles -
( ) A. Darby
that season is pinkeye season.
Phone 160 Starke Fh.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA., fly more difficult., The best treat- Clerk of toe Circuit Court.
He is about right for I have seen By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
>in nt, is one of the drugs
several cases of pinkeye during Which is prepared Iii', liquid. ,or 5/29,4t 6/18,I .

SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY. SAiil powder in container handy for OFFICULOTICE, $80.000.00Uttlitle. :: OF SALE ;' N1f0r'53t! Every fORD TRUCK

and supply dealer has them: City of Starke Florida
Sealed bids will be received by
Your Health Important'The I the City Council of the City oftarke.
e State. Livestock Sanitary Florida at its regular

Board 13) furnishing Dr. B. W HalL place in of Starke meeting Bradford at the County City,;: has a Synchro-Silent transmission[

Bigger to test cattle for Bangs Florida, until 8 o'clock P.M. Eastern
Standard Time, on Tuesday the 16th
I WITH CHLOROPHYLL and: T. B. The state sponsors day of June A.D. 1953 at which time -
this program because it is Im- and place all bids will be publicly

portant' and neccessary to protect opened Revenue and read Bonds for ,80000.00 dated May1 Utilities -. at extra cost! .

WHILE our health, the service is 1953 and maturing serially in numer- no ;
ical order in the years and amountsas
free to cattle owners.

.. SUPPLY Your responsibility as a cattle follows Year: Amount e u 0 r prata

OUOROPHYLU owner is to have your cattle 1955 $3.000 ) -- .r,.
LASTS 1956 3.000
tested. We want to keep our 1957 3,000 f t
UQUIAI 't.'U; VAlVi County on the accredited list. 1S58! 3.000i"4T". = i t aI
1959 3,000 b
KOCH DRUG STORE If we fail to get a representative 1960 4,000 .'-
i ,f x ds
Starke, Fla. number of cattle teed, qur 1961 1962 ,4.000 4,000 .. V

county will not be included' on 1963!I 4.000

this accredited list. 1964 4,000 .
1965 5,000 '
Make your request to us or 1966 5,000 i ,
through the County Health De- 1967 5,000 :

If own a milk cow 1968 5,000 tF .+ .,
partment. you 1969 ;5.000- eti
Free Tank or heifer for milk in the near 1970 1971 *: 5.000 5,000, \ : /
future you certainly should 1972 5,000
advantage of these tests. Con- 1973 5,000
Denomination $1,000,00 principal + i : fi
tact us: P. O. Box 267 or Tele-. and seme-annual.lntt'ret; (May and : '3t
phone 233 or personal calL November first) shall be payable at
the office of the City Treasurer, Cityof
StarKe. State of Florida; payable
=m PURCHASE OF. solely from the net proceeds of the
# la Court Of Coaaty Judge, Utilities Service Tax collected by
Bradford Coaaty, said City.
\ State Of Florida. The bonds of this issue numbered
ESTATE OF: J. B. Griff is.Deceased.
and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
I claims and demands which you, or -
either of you, may have against the I NOW, OVER 190 NEW MODELS, -
estate of John B. Griffis, deceased, d from YY ton Pickups to 55JOOOlb.G.C.W. .
late of said County, to the County
Judge of Bradford County Florida I F-900 Big Jobs <
Gas Co. at his office in the court house at ;.
.. iU strokd
Starke Florida within eight calen-j 6 6D .. DdsuCab r4r
dar months from the date of the -
first publication of this notice. Each l] ,
'claim or demand must be In 'writing v r n
1 and must state the place of residence -
Y r
PHONE 121 ,STARKE FLA. claimant aid! and post must office be address sworn of to the by FORD Economy TRUCKS. for 53 ; .

the claimant his agent or his attorney : ; '

I according. or the to same law. will become void offer' the widest choice of J \ ..a.',

This 16th day of May'1953.

Robert as Co-administrators B-. Griffis and Dolph of Griffis tu transmissions in truck history!

Estate of John B. Griffis. de-

Hal ceased.Y. Maines. Lake Butler Florida Now aU Ford Trucks have Synchro-Silent type ,

First, Attorney publication for on Administrators.May 22nd ...'. transmissions.! in 3-, 4- and 5-speed types no 3rx' .

INTEGRITYof 1953. Aloe/erne/ ? double-clutching easier shifting GET'JoBS !
5/%% 4t
DONE FAST I! And all 3-speed transmissions have

NOTICE TO APPEAR 11121 PERHAPS. but likely ...
with very shifting -
conduct and better
IB draft Curt Bradford steering column shift for passenger-car

thoughtfulness and economy in all Florida i I.Fantine.Chaaetrr.Pasqnala :Plaintiff, vs. your worth stove much and refrigeratorsare I ease! Also, Fordomatic-the fully automatic trans New "Driverized":: Cobs cut driver fatigue!

our serving these mark the reputable Nicolletta Fantine. Defendant... Case No. 9832 Count up the dollars more you've. mission-or Overdrive are available on all half-ton New wider seat with non-sag springs and

quality of this well known firm. Xotfec' To AppearsTo invested in furniture ; models at extra cost! counter-shock seat snubber! New one-piece
: Fan tine, whose rugs, bigger!
windshield 55%
residence and address is: 910 54th clothing.If curved ,
Street Brooklyn. New York. I
You are hereby notified that a J
t suit for disaster strikes, will your before introduced in ANY truck line oo
DeWITT. C., JONES \I has Divorce been filed against you In the present insurance cover this Now more new features ever

Phone 7 Stark Fla.. above named Court and cause and value?, Let's make sure ;- .
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the NOW. -

t,, .... -'1 complaint Attorney on T. Frank the' Plaintiffs Landrum, SEE RUCKS
Starke. Florida FORD
,Funeral Director Ambulance Service and file the original In the office of '
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on H. C. WALL

Our local funeral home enable tu to offer conYenleocea ,soft or before 22 the .; TODAY t
day of June. 1953: .
ervicea not otherwise vaJ1able.c: ,_ otherwise the allegation of said' AGENCY :
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
1 '& 1 I 6'- 6. 6' III by you. -
I "
This notice shall be published Phone 146
We furnish the highest! type service at lowest prices and once week each In the week Bradford for four.County consecutive Tele- : ANDREWS MOTOR CO. .1

accept ANY life insurance policy in force fated by ANY graph. 200 E. Call Street
Dated this 20
day of May 195J.
company, as payment In part or In full on a funeraL (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Starke

Consultation carries no oWl, atlon.. Clerk of the Circuit Court & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA
I I 6 I 'I- 6 6 6' 4 r Ey Martin_L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. iii ......A.... .ilA&. Madison j
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.Rev. Mitchell- Will Py/ yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyB. TTMTTVTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTT I Delores Hall and Mr and Mrs. The Carson Griffis family were Avis Austin were shopping in

Gene Petcher all of Jacksonville in JacksonvilleThursday.. Jacksonville instead of SL John's I
Attend 109th Annual ROO KER PINE LEVELby I and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Callie and Jeff Griffis, and River City last week as quoted.

Methodist GatheringThe .and children Kathy and Billy.

CHURCHES Grace G. BighornAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. IL M. McRaeauuula..u. I The reception held at the home I

Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. :of Mrs. H. M. McRae's to Thursday -
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Mitchell left Starke Wednesdayfor night of last week was well UP

,' H '. oS, Lakeland to attend the 109th Mrs. C. S. Roberson and Mrs.: Rev. W. E. Hap filled his regu- attended and enjoyed by all present -

Church Christian ChurchCor. annual session of the Florida Hewellett S. An4erson and sons, :lar appointment at. Pine Level ', Mo4EYY $300

Methodist Annual Conference, spent several days last week in Baptist Church Sunday morning I Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalezand TO

Cherry ,& Seventh St*. Can & Christian Sts. which will open Wednesday with Monticello visiting Mrs. Ander- 'with a good attendance In Sun- : sister Norma left Sunday I,

W. S. McAliley, Minister Donald G. Weldon, Minister Bishop John W. Branscomb Jacksonville son's parents, the C. W. Harris', I day School and church.. !,.afternoon for a vacation of two

all presiding over his first while Mr Roberson and Mr. An- Rev. Alton Dobbs of Starke weeks In Tampa.Norma will return -
Friday, June 12 -9-11 a. m.- Bible School ( ages) 9:45a. conference since his elec- i t nssssss-s-rrrsrsrsrss s.
yearly derson were in Tallahassee on brought the home this weekend.)
at the
Daily Vacation Bible School. m. Morning Worship and Com tion to the Episcopacy last June. business.Mr. message evening CONFIDENTIALe
service. I We are thankful for the rain
Regular Sunday School munion 11:00. Sermon: 'The i A record-breaking attendance
: servIces and Mrs. Nathan Thus of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petcher of ,that fell here the last few daysIt
will be held at 10 with Grace of Giving", Christian En- estimated at 1200 clerical and S-fl
a. m. Trilby were the weekend guests Jacksonville has already helped the late
spent last week here
is in prospect for
classes for each age group. The deavor Hour-study of a Bible lay the five-day session which will of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. .and in Starke with relatives and !crops and gardens. e Prompt Friendly Service

Film Mes- I Sunday guests included daughterand 'were weekend i ,, ,
Morning Worship Service will 7:00p.m., Evening I come to a conclusion next Sun- visitors of-the" H. I I IIII
8:00 family the J. E. Hardy's, of M. McRaes. YYTYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYHIGHLAND
be at 11 a. nu The minister will I sage "The Great Supper" 'day with the bishop preachingthe

preach on the topic, "You and p. m. Monday-Choir Practice Conference Sunday sermon]I and Starke Mrs.' Monday H. D.'visitors Lynn of were Lacoo-Mr. The Sing at the church was STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO.

Your Talent. Youth Fellowship ..8:00: p. m. TuesdayLadiesCOUNCILmeeting and reading the list of pastoral very much enjoyed Sunday after
chee. We're to report that
to be held at for the happy noon. We'were glad to have withus Phone 160
services have been discontinueduntil appointments and is In Canova Drug Store
further notice. At the evening ,the home of Mrs.' John McKinney year., Mr. Barry is improving Misses- Shellie., Bobbie, Ethel By Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAAAAAA
able' to be some now.
at 8:00 up and I
p. m. Wednesday Pray EUinor Norris of White
service Florida Southern will I ,
: at 8 p. m., the College -
er Service and Bible study, 8:00 ,Miss Louise Kelley. returned to -pringV Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond
pastor will pi each on "The Mes- again be the host for the Con- !
sage of Micah"., The second weekof p. m. ference at the invitation of Presi- :St. Petersburg, after a weekend Brown of Worthington Springs, T. E. Pease of St Marys Ga.
A warm welcome awaits you visit here with her parents Mr. :Mrs. Nona Dyer of Ft. Myers Wed- MOVINGLOCAL
Bible School will Begin Mon- dent Ludd 10[. Spivey. The Con- was a business visitor here
at, every service. Where a visitoris and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. Miss Ollie Mae Wiggins of Im- .
day morning, and'sessions will ference sessions will be held in nesday.
never a stranger. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Finnetti. maklee, and Miss -
be held each morning through the Mayhall Auditorium Lakeland Faye Sparksof Amanda, Barbara Gene Wilkinson -
of York City'were Sunday S Safe
> Immoklee, and others we en- PHONE
Friday June 19' from 9-11 a.' mOn Jonnie Mae Strickland and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell joyed the much. OR
Singing S
Friday evening at 8 p. m. the TabernacleDuring Included among those who, will very Wilbur JMoblea all of Jackson- DependableEconomical
Green and family. Miss Ardelia Hall of Jacksonville LONGDISTANCE
closing exercises of the' Vacation speak during the- meeting are Dr. ville attended church here Sunday 311
the Absence of the Mr; and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and little sister, Deloresare
Bible School will be held In the Richard V. Moore; president of ,
church''auditorium., At that timea sponsors' of the Gospel Tabernacle Bethune-Cookman College Day- and sons combined business with visiting their grandparents, The Leonard.Norman's and Mr. S R. B. Alvarez OR

short program will be held! for a few days: vacation the men tona Beach; Dr. Eugene L. Smith pleasure on a trip to Jackson- the H. }L McRaes. and Mrs. Harry Padgett were in Agents For TRANSFER AND

to show parents and friends what of the group will\ have charge ot executive secretary of tha Board ville last Saturday. While there Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Jacksonville Saturday. Deicher. Bros. STORAGE CO. 250-J

ftie children have studied and certificates the. services which will continueas ,of Missions of' the Methodist they visited Mrand Mrs. Daniel Lake City were dinner guest of I
usual A special speaker will Pizzi. On Monday Mrs. Hazen's Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sun- Mr. and Mr Harry Padgettand
will be. presented to Church, New York City; Df. Paul
Bonnie Sun-
Mrs. R. L. Green and Mrs. .day also attended church here. daughter spent
bring the sister,
each child earning one. Prayer messages Sunday. Hardin pastor of the First Meth-
The ladies' auxiliary work is Zelma Davis and daughter Jean, I Dinner guests of the H. M. Mediae's day with- Mrs. Padgetts parentsin STORAGEPerryman
meeting will be held Wednesday odist Church, Birmingham Ala.. i -
Gainesville, out to help Sunday were, Mr. and Mi4fdleburg.
17 at 7:30 increasing In Interest and new Dr Millard of were
evening: June p. m. Berquist, pastor of I
Choir practice will be Immediately activities reported., Sick and the First Baptist Church Tampa, her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Tony Gonzalez and sister Zettie Padgett spent last weekin Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
those from Brooker attending Norma of Starke, Ardelie. and Baldwin with her children.
needy ones are ministered to anO'offerings
after prayer meeting. Mrs. A. R. Ivey, New Smyrna
We invite'. our members and all sent to Home and Beach, president of the Woman's the wedding of Miss

who are so led to worship and Foreign Missions.The Society of Christian service;, and Yvonne Brookins and E.Y.. '

serve with us. doors of the prayer room R. H. Berg, Melbourne confer- Hodge, Jr., in Hampton, Sundaywere

are open to those who will avail ence lay leader. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. ProveTor yourself that- Dodge gives
Mr. and Mrs. Russell r .'
Church of ChristCorner themselves of the opportunity to Attending the conference as W. Hodge,
Green, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Anderson -
meet with the Thursday after- the lay delegate from the First
10th and McMahoa. noon group to intercede at the Methodist Church of Starke will and Mrs. C. S. Roberson

Bible 'S hool-l0 A. M. Throne of Grace.. be "T. H. Slade, who was re- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and the truck for !

P.M.Preaching. A. M. and 7:3t elected Monday evening, June 1, Miss Rosa Pinholster. most your money
guests of
Monday night
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. as the Chairman of the Official C. S. Roberson were her sister-
each 7:30 P. M.SE'DTH Board of Stewards of the Starke
Wednesday Raymond E. MacBlain in-law and family Mrs. B. B Kq
Church, for the new year. Look at the money-saving, features listed .. '
DAY Schedule of ServicesSUNDAYS Dr. Ed. Whisonant, Emory Junior Dawson of St. Petersburg. They .below. And then remember that Dodge gives

ADVENTIST CHURCH College in Valdosta, Ga. will were up to attend the graduationof you these features at new lower prices! t a 4i
from the
their daughter
Services each Sabbath in old 9:45 ,a.m.. Church School. 11 be the guest speaker at the 11 Prove for yourself that Dodge trucks are w

Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sabbath !Un.,. Morning Prayer &; Sermon; o'clock service in the First Meth- versity.Mrs. L. A. Mott and daughters your best buy! Compare them with any other '. 1 i' "' .
School 2 .m. Preachingeach odist Church of Starke on Sunday make! See phone today!
: p 6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv- Sandra and Jackie spent Mondayin or us '
second and fourth Sabbaths June 14, in the absence of i .
ice League. Dunnellon. Mrs. Rita Brown, t
the pastor, the Rev. Tho-Tas G.
3 Elder Mostert pastor.
p.m. HOLY COMMUNION mother of Mrs. Mott, returned
Mitchell. Mr. C. S. Partin will
I Bible Study each Thursday: 8 p.m. .' 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun. preside at the morning service. with them for several dayj visit

Everyone welcome.. day 7:30 amFRIDAY Mr. Mitchell will return from Myrna Lou and Tommy Rahn Features like these plus new lower prices! .

Lakeland in time to preach at of Ralford, are spending several I

7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. the-Sunday evening church service days here as the guests of their SHARPER TURNING than other leading ranges than other leading makes. directly cools valve seats means "

MONUMENTSLOWEST 8 p.m.. Choir Rehearsal., at 8 p. m.Methodist. grandmother, Mrs. Jim Mott. makes to save you time and effort. More pick-up and express bodies than longer ,valve life. ,
Stanley Crosby son of Rev and 7 POWERFUL ENGINES with 100 to other leading .lea including new Exhaust valve seat Insets on all model '

PRICES I Church of God Mrs. C. A. Crosby, former residents '171 b.p.-3 engines brand-new.You can 116'-wheelbase -ton pick-up. for better valve seating, longer enginelife.

Vacation of Brooker, was a Friday be sure of the right power for your job Greater Vi-ton-panel payload and cubic .
FINEST QUALITYI with Dodge. capacity. \ 4-ring pistons on all engines save oil,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Bible School Starts luncheon guest of his sister and
TRUCK-O-MATIC TRANSMISSION Fluid coupling, for smoother traction in upkeep. '
No Extra
Charge Worship 11 a.m. Evening; Session MondayA family, the J. W. Thomas'. with gyrol Fluid Drive for the best in H-I "-(- and 1-ton models, offered only Independent parking brake on all mod-
For Setting In Or NearSTARKE Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service .Mrs. Doyle Hazen had as her shift-free driving. Available in H and by Dodge. ela is simple, efficient, poWerful.ton .

j Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting record enrollment is expected guest Monday evening' her brother models. 2 fuel fillers on all models to assure Cyclebond brake linings last longer. .

7:30 p.m. Thursday. and family, the Nolan Wards, e SUPERSAFE CRAKES of the advanced cleaner fuel and cleaner engine. no rivets to score brake drums.
for the annual Vacation
.. +-"" ...... } wtey Church of Lake Butler. ,' dual-primary type in through 4-ton Floating oil intake selects-dean oil just, Oriflow,shock absorbers on J-h. and
Sunday-- School -10 a.m. Morn School-to beheW atttbe First IT*Wayne" and Guinn* ,""*" sons trucks.Of the leading makes only below top; avoids sediment bottom 1-ton models give smoother nding. '
: Methodist Church of Stark June young Dodge offers these up-to-date brakes. of crankcase.
Ing Worship 11, a.m. YPE Serv of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thom- 'Better balanced weight distribution for I
H A-l. I ing.'Saturday, '7:30 p.m 1526.The opening session will as are spending several weeks More power in the IK-' and 2-ton Water distributing tube on all models extra payload. ;1'F"o
be held at 9 a. m. Monday, June .., ;
visiting relatives in Linden, Dade .., -
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 15 and sessions will be held from City and Lcssburg. PRICES REDUCED AS MUCH AS $61.001 In addition these quality Itdur '+..
Write For Free Folder 9 to 11 week .. I
each .day morning .
CHURCH Expected to arrive Thursdayfor ..:: Dodge offer new; lower price You laU tcfccn yow buy, you eve when you .

ATUNTICMBIORIALS.INC. during the two week period. Fea- a week's visit with Mrs. Charlie Pibmtr and leader ) operate new Dodge "Job-Rated" truck! For real deal, tee or phone tu today!
Sunday School 10 a.m tured in the Vacation School will
ESTAIUSHtD 1930 Roberson, are Mr. 'and Mrs.
Morning Service 11 a.m. be. Bible Study and creative.. activities. .. thorp turning for fast
Claude Brisbane
St. Peters:
I 715 FOREST."'$1. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Plans include' an out of burg. money-wring operation! ,
JAcKONYILU. ROIIOA Prayer Meetings .Wed e,<1a) town trip and the annual Vaca-

night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh tion Mrs.Church Thoma School, G. picnic.Mitchell will Harrell Pollyann left Wait Monday and for Katherine Tallahassee through t i-Ion 4-ton DaD BE p TRU tKS

where they will attend a
I serve as the director pf the School
with the assistance of the following 4-H Club short course at the

j FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke son Junior Green workers Department Supt:' Mrs.- Mrs._G._ Lloyd Nel- the University.Carol Mr.weekend and Cox. Mrs.guest.of of Gainesville O. J.Susan Heck,Wait was of Hardy Brothers Motor Co.

Farber, Mrs. Merrill Struth Miss
Terra Haute, Ind. stoPPt"d'
Anne Cressler and Miss 600
'1" II" I" '" Green. route to Daytona for a visit with AVENUE, PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA.
the Guy Harrells last' week. - - .
Primary Department Mrs. -- iL Ll.Lt..IL IJW ,- '.'> -',, ; : ',' ::' ,' .
: -
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes, of - -- : -"- ; : : <:: -- : -- -
H. A. Stafford,
Superintendent I
Dukes, and daughters, Diana,
Jefferson and Court, Streets In The Heart of.Town Mrs. J. F. McComb Mrs. Millard and Eloiso were Sunday guests ot
R. Judd Miss Jo Ann Smith. A Series Of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and
Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 Kindergarten Department family.We '

Mrs. Titus Olson Superintendent,
r" 4' ,. Mrs. Charles Darby, Miss Kate just received the news that
Ed Lewis underwent major surgery t.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. -' 7:30 P.M. Struth.Mrs.. s --xJ'3
at a hospital in Orlando on : GOSPEL SERMONS
H. H. Adams is the chairman h _
Monday. Due to the fact ,
that qr Y A Ar q4A
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. ,of the refreshment committee. i
Lewis and son, Malcoln are .
in Orlando with him we were
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.
All children, 4 to 12
ages are

cordially invited to attend. unable to get many details. dr ': y.w n .3 BEGINNINGJUNE 7, NIGHTLY 8 f M.

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Methodist Men'sFellowshP Fifth Sunday PrimitiveThe BY

i Plans Fifth Sunday meeting atUnion
Hear Pasto Bob
; Gray Sunday Nite,
Primitive Baptist Churchwas

,. 8 O'clock Speak on This Subject Bar-B.: ..Q Monday well attended with parishioners Y'.fin ror. < ,A. HAROLD.AT DOWDY .

from Macclenny Jackson- ; .
s "That's AH There Is The Starke Methodist Men's ville, Tampa and Waldo. r _1w'

r Fellowship will have a Barbecuefish Two long tables set with a I : c' m It

rl r ; There: inIto More!" supper a\; the home of Mr. feast of good homecooked food 4
C. H. ;B
Js'asworthy on KIngsley was really an enjoyable day for t STARKE CHURCH OF CHRIST

Don't Miss This Message From Lake Monday evening, June 15, everyone present.
at 7:30
p. it was announcedthis Eleven preachers were therewith
..aiFist God's Word! week by Mr. George T Hug- two candidates for baptism. CORNER MdlAHON AND 10TH STREETS .,

gins, newly elected president of

Church the Methodist Men's Club. Reser- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Baptist Hampton vations' for the supper may be LATTER DAY SAINTS HAROLD DOWDY "Come Let Us Reason Together"ISA.

.. made v.iUJalr.. Huggins; Joe Andrews Services each Sunday in old Ma- ( 1:18)) -
Bible School 10 A.M. B.T.U, 7 PM, Robert Turner or C. H.
sonic Hall on B. Call St. Sunday
Nasworthy. This will be the first
"Hour of Power" 'Wed. 8 P.M. School 10 a. m.. Sacrament serv- .
meeting of this group since the I
ice 6:30 p': m. Everyone welcome.
"JOIN THE CROWDS ATTENDING OUR SERVICES"Canuing' presentation of their charter by HEAR
Bishop John W, Branscomb, and PLAN TO THESE SERMONS

Mr. Huggins requests that every .
ember make a special effort to: Let Us Thoroughly >;" '.'--

be present: Wash Your Clothes 1. The Cross 11. Worship '-.' *''*'"*:/" '

All Lids are HOT Alike3 St. Edward's Church .
9 Pounds 2.. Fact, or Fiction? 12. Baptism

Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m.

Weekday Mass T:30 a.m. For 40c! 3. Do we believe the Old Testament 13. Salvation of the Thief '

,Children's Class Saturday 11 FREE Bleach If Desired!
a, m. = 4 Can We See Bible Alike
Ways Better .,I l Keystone Heights temple Are. Stub 14. Can A Man Be Saved Outide.

(Women's Club) '5. The Church of Christ 'The Church?
e ,
Sunday Mass.8 a. m. ,
'. 1. Easier to Test! .
., Confessions before all Masses. We Will 6. Calling the Name of the Lord 15. Devices of Satan -

2. Rii,Rubber Seal p I TIIERESSA :
Your Clothes
Dry: 7. Mans Greatest
3. EMM) Lining!l HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Question 16. The Way To' Heaven

Sunday School 10 a.-m.; Preach- For 20c

ing Service 11 a. m.; Training la New Antomadt Orient 8. Have Miracles Ceased? -' .. 17. The Marks of a Hypocrite !'

Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service
8 p. m. 9. Our Giving Five
'. '18. The First Minutes After
"A church earnestly contending a .
for the Faith which waS once delivered 10. Searching Our Hearts v DeathJfi"

No Guesswork! DOME OnWIJ.. '<" Seale unto the Saints." -Jude The Washeteria .
welcome awaits
< A you.
..M. -Merle Packman, pastor. I! ':" ," ', ,' .,>..,.. -: ': .'- ,.... ..' ,'"



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JUNE 12. 1955
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. Joseph B. Cottrell-, Camp, Blanding Two Starke Men Complete Boot Training Blanding May.Become Florida .. I. .-.iEI1-11. .-.. .I

Supervisor, Succumbs To Attack Guard Site.It Congress Approve's II PHONE218

Joseph: Cottrell superintendent of.the orginal proponents of the Prospects for legislation to permit bill in the, Senate. I I COLONIAL
I .
of the, Florida, Military De- Guard system. the Florida National Guard Similar measures remained pigeonholed

partment, died June 5 at his I Cottrell was' a member of the Mr. Eugene 'Matthews, Editor I to Use Camp Blanding when .federal at the last Congress ,

home in Camp Blanding follow- Starke'Fjrst Methodist Church.. Bradford County Telegraph troops are not stationed for lack of Defense Department I FLORIST

ing a heart attack. II Survivors are his wife, Claire Starke FloridaEditor I there brightened today when the endorsements. Bennett is a member

Mr.,,.Cottrell had been superin- .Ba'rgeson Cottrell, Camp Bland- Defense Department forwardedthe of the House Armed Services FLOWERS
tendent: of the Florida National I ing,. and two sisters, Mrs. Robert : proposal to the Budget Bur- Committee which will considerthe

.- Guard since 1921, first at Camp A. Lee and Mrs. Horatio B.. Garrett I would like to take this op- .eau with its approval. bill once it has been clearedby For All Occasions

- Foster; Jacksonville, and for the Jacksonville. portunity for myself: and staff Rep. Charles E. Bennett of the Budget Bureau.. ..

past 13 ,years at Camp Blanding. Funeral services were held to: express my sincere appreciation +G f Jacksonville who introduced the Passage of the measure, Ben-

,He had been connected with I I Sunday at the .Yahala Cemetery to the Citizens of Starke and, : most House bill said this received was the in nett said, not only would be. of ( )

the Guard 34 years. He was one near! Leesburg. Bradford Countyt and especially encouragement
I l .iiq the long effort to great benefit to the National
, ,_ ,Active pallbearers 'were: Gen. the County Officials includingthe con- ""
1 G. tinued use of the big World Warn Guard but also would tend to
Mark W Lance, Gen.. Robert, Mayor of Starke and Harmon
"White CoL Ralph ,W. Cooper Jr"Col. Morgan for the way our "Escambia : base. Sen. Spessard L. Hol- assure Carrp Blanding .f a perm- DISH GARDENS
Griffin land is the author of an identical anent status..
ATTENTION Owen W. Col ;James County School Boy Patrol"was POTTERY

A, Griffin, and ,Major Harry welcomed in coxjnuni-
Hatcher. I Col. Sternberg Gets Vf. C. T. U. POTTED PLANTS
ty.We I 'I''I'I
,: .' ,were pleased with the ac-. War College Degree ALCOHOL A DlSE.SErr ? ?
: BirthMr. furnished the Flowers WiredAnyichere
comodations us at
\: Recent _. IS THE ONLY DISEASE ,
Armory and at the R,T. Thomas -r -. 'I AGAINST WHICH WOE IS
.TIMBER TO SELL and Mrs, Edgar Wilkinson Motor Court, and with the food Two Starke men Pfc. Neil G. Crawford (left), son of Mr. and( ", PRONOUNCED AND IS CLASSIFIED
:' ,announcing; the birth of a and service rendered at the Herb ,!Mrs. N. G. Crawford of'Starke. and Pfc. Edward P. Melvin, son.of Mr. 'l"' Nona
Large or SIUa1ITracts' Elizabeth Q. ; I AS A BAR TO HEAVEN.4NATIONAL St. Starke
d daughter Clrieen ; born Thomas Restaurant where out and Mrs.Ben C. Melvin, Rt. 2, Starke hare completed recruit training ( VOICE.) .

# ,We*'Buy All May 30 in the Alachua Ge#ieral 236 member party ute three meals at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S. C. .t '_ .-__ "' ,_ 1J__ : .

: Hospital. while here. .. Both nr.tn climaxed their recruit training by* winning the sharpshooter e

t 'P AY: TOP:. PRICES It was wonderful to have: so' medal en the rifle range when'Mehin fired a score of 211 and TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTOrl

l' FILL DIRTGOOD much thoughtfulness paid to our children and consideration andit training.Crattforil a score of 202 out.. of a possible 250 during their weapons V E DAD -

leaves u"3 with the thoughtthat 'Both men are former students,of Bradford High School and will .1.1I
Write Call .. A New
i. or .RICH. Starke would' be a wonderful 3' K.Yt. I or Guaranteed Used
; enjoy leaves at their homes here before going to new assign-

[TJHOMASLUMBER TOP SOIL If place ever .in to a live.1 ke. situation and ments. I Watch For Father's Day '

< we can reciprocate or be of any ..' missies. in order to remove and I a 1 I 41 I # I" I 4' _

< CO.VHONE211J See *. assistance to your Citizens ana aake harmless, such items as WE HAVE A LARGE, SELECTION OF GOOD USED :
Children feel free and1
-. please .
a : <* BILL JACKSON nay be a hazard to both military WATCHES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
: don't hesitate to call on us.Sincerely .
ind civilian
'I SERVICE MEN operationsYoung
0. Box 735
P. Transfer yours, Sutton will now be assigned E
Company.. T-<-<- ,,_
STARKE FLA. 1111'1"1'1 JJJj-'r F #1 "
k- Miss Kilhefner,
Mr. Gillette to some unit. that will putto 6 AD

Phone 165 Miss Scarborough, Mrs. Backus, practical use the training he ; I E 9 EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING *
Sheriff E. H.
R. Kendrick, ; has been given. r ,

McCrony Officer; R.. C. Ward, E ,# # I ." '1
Men's Clothing Officer; Mrs. Rance, Supervisor. Pvt. Levy E. (rookie) Norman I

t | ALVAREZ' STORE, ill'II e wJ son of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Nor- WILLIAMS JEWELRY

Established 1894. man of .Route 2, Starke, was

Johns Writes home on leave from June 310.
3. e alsdYac t West Call St. PHONE 153 Starke, Fla. <
Young NoKran entered the
Colonel Ben Sternberg, Daytona '
Brooker Citizens A service Jan. 7, He was sent to Beach, graduated from the Army i..u.A.aAuu,4i AAi

ELECTRIC SERVICE r Ft. Eustis Va, where he took War College recently and has been # '
%WINKLER I II I w his basic training, a special assigned to the Far East. 1! t _. = :. .: ..j. ';_ .. ...if. '.- '"

To The Citizens of Breaker: I Bourse in Heavy Truck Convoys He was one of 151 students to! EAT c: = ; ,- DAY
and return
uporhis to Ft. Eustis
to that
am pleased announce
d, $ receive
l1 { ? diplomas today after
the Road Department has in- will bp permanently stationed completing a 10-months courseof 1 WHERE ORIT'S

forf.ed"mt". they will advertisefor '.:\ company clerk of the 17th study at the Army's highest NIGHT
Transportation Heavy Truck Co. i
bids next month for the pav- !
institution here.
RADIOAND ing of the side \\'alks' throughthe krr s a ; 2nd Army Division. His wife will i

Town of Brooker. This also I, return with him. I Colonel Sternberg graduated '" 1'1# ". I ,

Includes, the paving to be donemound Before entering the service, from Bradford High School in I

the Farmer's Market. Norman was employed' by the Starke in 1932 and the U S Military -! Starke's Finest

They regretted very much that made bas Co. ,. Academy in 1938.}

7A paving around the, market everything you can put him at," -
,. could not be ,done in time for A Marine coirbat veteran has commented Stansbury.
this but iiscovered that Hawaii is not all
vegetable season the
3 ; shortage of has detained beautiful sandy beaches and girls Morris, who'll be remembered;
money Deliver
as ofie of souls in thecounty
? and Service same._ *.n grass' skirts. He is, Private kindest
he adopted several chil- FO Y' S
.. First Class .Amos Desue. 21. son
I I I II I know that this will be good dren besides his own to raise .
Eddie R. Wotten of Mrs. Linnie Desue of Route 2, Phone 329
224 N. Temple Aye. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida news to the citizens of Brooker.. MlJ.rJnerlc. "was quite a credit to his race ,in I
Sincerely yours, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Glass, Box 152-C, Starke, Fla. Bradford County."I .
Charley E. Johns cf Stark, was promoted to his I The Leatherneck is attached to
% believe he is best 1'# # I'
of the
present rank upon completing recruit -i Brigadier General James, Riseey's one
-t i GUAR'D training at the Marine.Corps 1st Provisional Marine A r- all-round men'we've ever had,"! SPECIALIZING IN

CHL \ \ihfJlI''till. \'ill. E-.TIIII( 0))\ NATIONAL Recruit Depot here. I Ground Task Force, -Marine added Stansbury.He .

. I ,NEWS NOTES. I The Starke }Leatherneck clijmaxci Corps Air Station Kancohe Bay, together should'for some know.27 They worked I COLD PLATES 6 CHICKEN
-'- -- --- years.
I / .t his! recruit training by Hawaii, which is responsible for 9 SHRIMP
FOR SALE-Oneasy terms .4-rooin LOST-Black female cocker spaniel the
An intensive recruiting drive winning the marksman medal on coordinated training of units
house with home acreage ontsim puppy. Childs .pet Please call THE RIGHT POINT for
City Limit. Conveniently located 117-J. itp to"'bring new Guardsman into' the the rifle range when he ,fired a from. the Third Marine Division, CURB OR DINING ROOM
on 'Road 100., Mrs. W., H. Starke unit of the National score of 195 out of a possible. 25Q Camp Joseph H. Pendleton, way you write. Come in and select
Nollman. Starts. lieu* ens SSrrflSpCflsrrrtflssflsSflS.tflsrrrrrflTEMPLE
.FOR between favorite ESTERBROOR
SALE Wanheterla doing your
-|!00-to UiO per week. Cash Guard, Hq. and Hq., Co., .2nd during ,his weapons training, Oceanside; California and..Marine
FOR S'ALZ acre. Jl pecan trees.i price IC.OOO. Contact ,Mrs. E. E. Battalion 124th Infantry, fs beinglaunched -. fee' is a former student of..Mc- Air Spuadrons{ from EL Toro Fountain Pen. Only $!.31 at AVE. & PRATT ST. STARKE, FLA.

limits room off rouse to right 1.%of mile new of Eland-city le dErlonJ' tfchg this week Captain HughB. Acnney High School.Included Marine Corps Air Station, Santa BRADFORD COUNTY TELR 0

Inc "' ')&& Cool quiet and pretty. Ingram, Jr., commanding of- Ana California GRAPH. : ._. ,
down..blac lnontbly...Dfra FOR RE Unfurnished hOuse. In- .1
Half Pearl M. CoUon. ltp, quire at Bus Station" tf ficer of the local,unit, announced 'anrong the. recent ar. The Florida Leatherneck'enter-

:today, ivals"in.Korea was.Warren-Boat- ed the Marine Corps in May,

FOR RfpJT with-' large.-roomy screened and porch bath BUILDING LOTS 'FOR SALE on..Blandlng .I i Aim' ,of the drive will be to wright, of Lawtey who is a:member 1952, he is a Korean War veteran -
and .shady yard. ,Also furnished -. Highway, nortli'aide., between the to of the U.. S. Marine Corps who holds the United Na- .
; the two cement bridges, 1 I bring Headquarters. up SAT MON ONLY
and unfurnished apartments,cloe tt mi. from Gall St. bridge. Write its full authorized strength. The first marine division which has ions :1 d Korean Service medalsfor -
in..201 W. Madison St.
to-Mra. Luclna M. Bessent
local 'men ngaged in combat longer participating in action against ,
Road, Rt. 1, Box !-c. Starke Fla. campaign will resemble
MALE HELP WANTED than other 'division. the Chinese Communists forces.
RELIABLE MAN with car, part tf chg drives being carried .on by units any,"
time to call on farmers in Bradford all over the state and throughout -
Wonderful opportunity. -

County.fIG to or capitalrequired.|:o In a day No. Yermanent. experience :-- CATTLE HANDLE- SALESLire AND YOUR_HOGS Warrant the nation.Officer Albert L. iv---, ,..,;:. ; Keystone Heights 27 X 27 BIRDSEYE C

Write today. FURST- --. Gets Long Awaited
McNESS Co. De Soto Station. Oak Each, Each WednesdayGatsesvitle Friday Crosby, Jr., administrative assistant -, t
Memphis, Tenn. Ztp C/12 of the Starke'unit, called Recreation ProgramResidents

FOR SALE-Some' good milch cows, RADIOS REPAIRED attention, to the fact /.that the- : ,. :
also some rows and calves. Calves AH Make All Model Gainesville company enlisted 15 of this Clay County .
sired by Angus bull. J. E: ea....'te charges smara.te4CIIAS. men last Wednesday night to : resort community ill see their DIAPERS
White State Farm Road. 2tp t/13: C. SHEPHERD .
tl irst Ibng-awaited full-scale recreation -
TH W, Call St. Starke Pk. 23S climax their pre-encampment recruiting RI a !
FOR SALE-In Board Correct Craft drive. program go into effect
Atom on Klngsley Lake. E WANTED-Graduate nurse 01 I r 1 Monday, lasting through Sept. 10.
teal perfect for skiing. See W, CoPow.1l licensed practical for general "We know", he 'added "that t I
or phone IT.W. tf duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital, Starke is not so large as Gaines- I Service clubs, churches, civic
Is to; W. Call St. Starke. :1 ta. tf f X Keam' : leaders and business concerns are 1-2 DOZ. PKGS.
A RURAL WATKINS ROUTE ville, but, our demands are not as e'
available In this locality. This is PROTECT TOUR SECURITIES t '- "t following the lead of. the council. I
one of the best routes. Proposition If ins. Fireproof Protecto Security Box great. We would be pleased to J -1'...., That body recently made fundsavailable i OUR REG. 1.09e .
open to man or woman. beautiful large get ten nren which would bringour "
heavy duty steel
terested. write The J. R. Watkins i for employment of a I
Company. (S9Vst- Peachtree St.. ,box 11025 plus tax. BradferdCOURtJ' company to its assigned t ( FIRST QUALITY '
fulltime recreation director Clifford -
N.E.. Atlanta. G>C tchg c'U' A. King of the University of
RENT Small furnished houseon FOR SALE *" r; ." x; 16- Concrete add that a full day's pay at regular r' .c.d w 1 PKG. LIMIT '
West Call St.. very nice. Rent Mortar Block lie each. Plenty of,: Army rates for the two hour I Florida who has planned a summer r -
reasonable. Mrs. E. J. Dowhnir and Cement. Bradford program worthy of a town
Engineering Company. Phone, drill period each week free spe-
11J-J. I.
Sr. 8J7 W. Call St. or phone J4. much larger.
Itch* tl cialist schooling, social and other LADIES JERSEY

FOR S .LE-S bedroom .house on &activities and the opportunity to : 1 Most activities will be at City
large Ut. Has big screened back ark and playground where ball
advance according to ability and .
porch and fenced backyard. Equipped ..
.I fee ColdWatermellois with attic fan. automatic floor ambition can be had by all re- games, shuffleboard crafts, contests \
furnace, electric hot water heat- cruits. tennis, races and other I'

chine er.'automatlc, and, Venetian Bendix: washing Minds thru-ma- Captain Ingram said that a Pvt Harold 1C Davis, son of james will be 'staged. Also included

out.large DoubTi garage with extra :number of choice assignmentswere Mr. and Mrs. H:! K. Davis of are dramatics, free movies, 11 1
storagevoom connected. 420
\\. .Horeland. See J. T. Moore, I still open but they were expected Starke has finished his basic family nights day camping, danc-.
Pure Service Store Corner Walnut and telling.
ATSTARKE and Madison. tf- to be filled soon. He .advised training and is currently attend- ing story

men seeking extra pay technical school at Ft. Jackson Swimming instructions and ,

FOR.SALE-Blueberries 25c a. Quart free schooling, advancement and S. C. He is serving with A., Battery aquatic sports will be featured at 1
ICEPLANT you pick them. John S. Denmark.
'1b"ta Fe Stock Farms -. Ztchg 1'opportunity for leadership to join 23rd AAA., AW,Battalion. Keystone Heights Beach. These

I the Starke National Guard Rill be sponsored by the Rotary
company -
love God and would like to loin 1 today. Membership in the Club and be under the direction J.

our Prayer Club. Mathew n.n-o.1 i Guard will not defer young men Df Odis B. Hinnant, general sec-
Oral Roberta and other I'osp re,j. $1.00 VALUE 1
cordings. Everyone:: welcome. from the draft, according to a retary of Jacksonville YMCA. 1 LIMIT

HOUSE FOR 5.LET1I'o.storyfr&me Thursday k p.m. C M. -or Knha.2tn 5/1'. ',federal ruling. a d, '- s -= LOTS,OF STYLES AND COLORS

construction II rooms :t Negro Joe Morris,
baths; one small cottage on prem FOR SALEne Roper gas range.
ls... Good. rental property If 4e- Norge el*(tric refrigerator and I Slade, HarringtonWin : ytIi 71 With City 28 .
lrd. Located one block from General Electric washing machine. ,
town on E.'Madison St.. Starke, All In good condition. Apply Mar I Boy's StateAppointments Years Died SundayJoe
Fla. A bargain for cah.: Terms tln's Fruit Shop. ito ,
can be arranged. Write Fred Guy. HereBHS 1cI Ladies Blouses 83C.oo
IJJ E. University Ave., or phone FOR RENT-Four room furnished ; t Morris, the city's old Negro
ISO*. Gainesville Stchg IIU 'hou. Gas stove and electric rev I .: rrk 71 when h'
frlgerator. SOl South Water. Itp students C. W. Slade of employee-he was
FOR SALE-Four room furnished or w m oton and Marion Harringtonof died-was buried WednEsday.
unfurnished house, with front and LOST-Green plastic rain coat Friday s *
Ors the life of one
Starke will attend State'in closing out
rear porch. Inquire tit Cherry St.Citr. night between graduation exercises Boy's
ltp and reception. Return to Tallahassee on" the campus of x most historical charact
the Bradford County Telegraph. t
FOR RENT-FurnUhed one bedroom Hchg- Florida State University June 21 i
house also garage apart- through June 27. ers.The Negro who came to Starke
ment. Adults. Mrs. A. F. Saul (15 FOR LE-SO rood feeder pigs. has been Ladies Full l
McMahon phone In-w. Itchg I I Mrs. Bessie J. Wasdln. Graham. The two students. chosen ''by more than 30 years ago. Slips .

'. 1tn their leadership characteristics an,'employee -of the City L'ghtPlant '
HELP WANTED: -Male or Fema ,, .
wat-I will be by the American for more than 28 years.Before
:Man or woman to distribute APARTMENT FOR RENT-*>i td sponsored .
kins Nationally Advertised Prod- ... r..r entrances, orlvate bMh Legion and the Rotary Club. that he worked with the
nets to established customers In Vrs. F H, Long. 40: N. Walnut. for a while after
Starke. Full or o'rt time. EarnIngs -i Qt t t, The American Legion annually af phone company

Investment unlimited.necessary.No car Write or other Mr. FOR RENT-Two bedroom rieelyf"nisl"d .sponsors Boy's State in Tallahassee arriving here from west cf the We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy.:

C. R. Ruble Dept. 6-!. The J. R. ho..... 1'4\1'.Cbrll'tlp" a.... which this year Is' expected Pvt. Henry Button son of Mrs j,Mississippi
Watkins Company. Memphis. **-.t. Sts. ttoOft ner mo. R. E. I to attract some 352 students chosen Daisy Sutton of Lawtey. was I I Otto E. Stansbury, whose ten- l 4
Tenn. Un ltnndnrf "i hft e %1J.. UC'I1f '
from the high school ranks graduated June 1 from the Ord- ure with the city outdoes Morris' {

FOR RENT-Completed furnished FOR RPN"r-Fever fAniq hwe nn.ew.wt.t..d throughout the state. nance Specialist Course at Aber- by six months praised his o
rarsxe apartment with b th IT'. rtmotrtfi. Near
electric kitchen. Mrs. J, M. MitchelL **..rmers Market El Ranch" V". The students will participate in deen Proving Ground, Maryland, worker.
SOS W. Madison. Itchg t.l Itch governing themselves holding as an ordnance disposal specialist. | "He. was faithful and honest as 1

FOR 8.\LE-4 SIt acres. Nearly new wow- v IT F.4'"""", ns.A QnOPd Qwuw elections and in general operate [the day was long," Stansbury said. I.
4 rooms and bathhot water, fine -....._. w...h+we SjS cuh.: Vttn as"the state government operatesnow. This course, which la.st j2 I j Morris who started with the !

barites bath. 2H sink miles complete South of Starke.4 gayer D-ri "f. .f'at en. This experience is designedto weeks, was designed to teach the,'city in 1926, was an "A-'No. 1 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. tt

Rt. 100. A real buy for quick 1I'f\n carr-tt; .1\\ Aid. A'.". promote better government proper procedure in the location I lineman. .< carpenter, electrician| ,
sale. See at any time. L. R. Geto tawtt, _.1' 1..... p."onah1 prlr- I {
among the state. :ii d:':ruction of unexploded everything1 he can do darn near| f
er. Itp ed. Doyle E. Conner. tt