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: July 3, 1958
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01505
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: i", .", .... \ :!f,$ On the eve of their, preliminary budget-framing meeting Sheriff Reddish said that Cox is men who will do their 'share." |I

;1.: .. "" '"' ; '.. next Monday the Bradford County Commissioners receiveda paid "by the day" by estimatinghow In recent months the Sheriff j\
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much in fees he would collect charged that the Highway Patrol
-' letter from Governor "assistancein
LeRoy requesting
.'1'.t I '" .c,,.".'"". ..... Sheriffs offic&witH and under the old fee system was not making cases due to
S providing qualified personnel and converting this amount into "differences of opinion" between
S' : S .!'" equipment to meet the growing Bolita problem." Similar so much per day. The new law himself and State Trooper Carlos

'. : letters were sent to Commissions in other counties.The prohibits'payment of fees. Musgrqve over methods of law
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: -- Governor's came enforcement Bradford County
message When asked what reaction he on l iEJ.I
Dim atrshed- at a time when the Commissioners :i anticipated from the Board of I Highways. )

View Taken Of W I City To Prepare were already skittish' over, the County Ccmmissioners if he requested 'One courthouse source speculated [:Sheriff Reddish:
fact that ,the county's Fine' and p a higher budget for 1958- that if 'the predicted F&. ?'!l .

Hopes of residents of Lake I ning Party until more inform- Forfeiture Fund might fall some S / 59, while the F&F Fund might Fund shortage materializes it' w ... new budget may
$10,000 to $12,000 short, of meeting needsof would require almost a two mill : "
Brooklyn got little encouragement ation is available. 'Workable Plan'As fall $10,000 short of meeting ...run. a little more..
Foster Shi Smith, chairman of : expenditures under the Sher- t% :' the current year, the Sheriff levy to make up this year's'deficit:/
at a meeting held in the First iff's 63221.63 budget for 1957- Then, if the Sheriff obtains' alike
the Bradford County S. C. District said. "I don't know what their
Baptist Church last Thursday c larger amount for 1958-59:11 in; his budget unless he wants to
[( Supervisosr (center fore- reaction will l be. or
night when they were told a 'I ground] checks area map with a Housing StepThe 58.Sheriff Reddish said yesterdaythat When asked how the Commissioners it would require the Commission do so., The Board must either approve -

watershed project for their area soil conservation worker. Seatedon the new budget he will pre; might make up the pre- ers to add another two mills, or his budget as presented.
I appeal to a .board of
would be an expensive gamble. second row I ll-rl are Mrs. Tom sent to Commissioners Mondaywill L5- dicted $10,000 to $12.000 shortage a total jump of three to four mills. or .
composed of the Governor, the
Pictured addressing the group is Adams, wife of the Senator from City Council Tuesday night run "about the same" as this the Sheriff said, "I guess Under the new law the COmmissioners -

[| Rep. Sam Saunders of Clay Coun- Clay-Baker; Mrs. Jessie Chastain :decided to. prepare a workable year's, but might be "a thousandor Norman BishopCommissioners they will l just have to levy another do not have the right j Attorney General and the State

ty, who asked that the priority of Bradford commissioner; and program for endorsement, by the so dollars higher." He said that mill or so 'in taxes. They could to_ make the Sheriff trim any item! Comptroller.
Chairman Odom of the Clay council and submission to the no major changes contemplated -
the Lake Region watershed project have done that this year, but
be maintained by the" Soil I County Commission. See storyon Housing and Home Finance Agen- and he was net asking for some of- them seemed to think Collins Asks Commissioners
Conservation Watershed Plan- first page of second section.] cy. This is a routine procedurethat an increase on the basis of the Left: Chairman Harold Norman that if the Fine and, Forfeiture Sheriff{ ,

qualifies the city to partici- Governor's request for qualified who will preside at Mon- Fund didn't take in'the amountour

First Conner QualifiesFor pate in and take advantage of the personnel to fight "the growing day's preliminary budget meet- budget 'called for, then we
Whitehead% benefits available by the' agency if Bolita problem" in Florida. couldn't spend it. To Aid Fight On Bolita RacketThe
the city wishes to do so. ing.Right ,
f ReelectionTo / The Sheriff said that he con- :. Commissioner H. A. "But that isn't the way it
Public I housing, remodeling and sidered his office adequately staffed [Buddy Bishop Jr. who says works," the Sheriff continued. "If '
To Take Oath PostDoyle ther agency benefits may be requested with deputies and, in referenceto he will vote to< appeal if the the Fine and Forfeiture Fund Bradford County Commis-1 after the big boys "at.the top." as
House if desired following the sioners have' received ..aletter well. as .the- 'small-fry "sellers,
Bolita, said :. we. watch that Sheriff's new budget forcesan doesn't take in but $10 a' :year; *
I program's approval. This would all,the'time." increased tax levy.. the expenses of our' office must from Governor Leroy Collins requesting writers, and pkk- p.men."

For County PostA. E. Con- I pave the way for the setting up The ,amount budgeted, for sal be met." "assistance: providing "There seem little.mystery a-
ner of Starke )f a committee.of five who. would aries ,of deputies and assistantswill cedure; cars ,for his staff had to I In previous statements to, The the Sheriff's office withqualifiedpersonneland.equipment bout "who.some. of :'the" top, key

Speaker cf the decide if public: housing should be probably remain the same as be :purchased this year. Telegraph, spokesmen for the : ',to meet racketeers* are/anofthese; are the

B. Whitehead Bradford House of Repre- : established here. this year's figure. [$22,014.001, the 3. Certain expenditures [such as Board of County Commissioners the growing Bolita' problem." first' we should go fetter," the

County farmer residing in the sentatives, has A bid of $7 .ooO'for US 301 Sheriff said, althcugh he would food and .care prisoners, J jail decleared that the Sheriff assured The Governor pointed out that Governor."saidv "The", bolita kings

western part {.the county near announced his ,,1. sewer work by the" Orlando firmof like to give his staff a little raise, 'utilities and supplies etc.l form- them, when presenting his bud- "some sections of the state havea are' our.,enemies In' Florida. They
) and'Stimpson-Inc.. the from its racket that, should forthwith told to close
was erly paid by county vicious numbers
Long Bridge: has "taken'the oath"as desire to run a- / if possible."I : get for' approval, that with additions -
a candidate for County Commissioner gain for repre- ; rejected by the council.. find that I'm much under general fund under the' new law :to his staff he believedthe primarily preys on poorer people."'out, get out and stay out. They
The Mosquito Control budget of included in the sheriff's bud that "a determined must know that wherever they
in District 2 [North sentative from other sheriffs on salaries he said. are F&F Fund would be adequateto He voiced the opinion -
10380. of which the city effort hide we.will search them out and
Starkel) the post currently ,held Bradford County pays "Most of them pay over' $400 per get. meet the financial require- concentrated, can ,
by"E. L. Crawford.Whitehead and he yesterday $5190. was approved.City month and I haven't got a manthat's S The Sheriff said that $1,200 ments. and will stop the racket. strike them' 'down along with
requested his Clerk Carl Johns, told of drawing $400." had been budgeted for C. A. Cox, .When asked if he foresaw anycircumstances Also received by Sheriff P. D. their evil traffic and trade in

took he oaths I. designated 1'1"..."..1Hvin,,_. TInPr _from___ the.--- Secretary -- u an increasing problem being faced The sheriff said. the main. reasons a part-time dep ty, in the cur- that.: 'miaht /-oneo Reddish [and other Florida sheriffs :- human weakness and ignorance."
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his campaign depository, of State. because a number of city em- his budget this year is so I I rent budget but,that "he will.run the Fine and- Forfeiture'bI4 Fund to I ] this week was a six-page I The Governor said that bolita

and started filing weekly expense first went to the Florida ployees are accumuluating debts much higher than,formerly are: over $3,000" b' the end of the increase sufficiently next year to communique from ,the Governor is'' probably the State's 'most corruptive -
statements, although actual ,time Conner and not paying them. The mer- I the anti-Bolita' chal- influence 'on public officials -
1. He added another deputy anda year. While he two full-time meet his repeating
when he was 21, the new budget requests, the
for qualifying county candidatesdoes legislature member of the 1951 ses- chants seem to expect- the city to second Jailer to his staff. deputi, Riley Sweat and Rus- Sheriff replied. "Not unless we lenges he made to the Florida and that it. also corrupts
not'start until noon T\ieMa1, youngest collect for them., Association West Palm leading citizens.
2. Under the budget sell Redding. are paid salaries. get Sheriffs
-.5 and returned in '53 and 54 new.. pro- a new set of Highway Patrol-
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July It was decided that -each, of Beach last week. "It makes, oft Sunday churchgoers
F1Qida law provides that candidates Now;a 29. he is believed be the these individuals should be required'to lison"lnmdfes :BlancWShop 'JIll.-. In' a pointed statement the :'Swrltlcairfceek-day Disciples
must'take',the;Oath 'and youngest Speaker ever elected to e1ther-r ach". satisfactory 1.. 'R&1llhJerPleads Governor' said, ". ? those who of the devu.-r the' Governor

start'filing reports as soon as they the Florida House. paying agreement with 'the Will, Play Waldo should know tell me it is impossible said. "Where it exists becatise of

state; their intention of runningfor The last day for qualifying Is merchant or be relieved of his May Give Blood :Next ThursdayThe for bolita to flourish unless laxness in Jaw' :enIorcement, not

office. even" if this announcement Tuesday but he expects to com duties. Guilty the racketeers have not only the corruptly procured, the people assume -

is oral and made only to one plete his before that time.. Names picked from >a hat. decided For TB Patients I National ,Guard State acquiescence but also the active I corruptness,, thereby destroying -

person. the following council Maintenance, Shop at Camp help of the authorities in the form public confidence which

I After the opening next Tuesday,! DuPont EmployesTo groups: 1. Billy Noegel: 2. Randall An agreement was readied Blanding 'will meet Waldoin In Drug RacketRiley of harrassment against rival every good law enforcement officer

county'candidates have until noon Chitty; and 3, Clifford Haz- Monday between the authorities a'softball game at the high racketeers." must have"

Tuesday. July ,22, to qualify. Have OutingsOn en. all of whom are up for reelection of the State Prison, the Jackson- school athletic field in Starke at He urged the sheriffs' lo go (Continued on Page 51]

Candidates' for State Representative this year; 4. Ruby. Johns; ville Blood Bank, and the Florida 7:30p.: 'm.. July' according to Sweat, Bradford County -
must qualify by noon and 5, J. D. Doyle, ,who 'are.. ,. up Tuberculosis .and Health Association -Charlie Shaeffer. Chief "
4th Of JulyThree Deputy, was instrumental inhelpinrto ;: '
for re-election next year. by which inmates of the prison '
Tuesday. July 8. with the Secretary Any organization or club; interested curb a vicious drug '5'
:of State in Tallahassee. In- i may give blood for patients at in' participating in this .racket in Alachua County. -11 :i "

cumbent Rep. Doyle E. Conner all-day outings will be Natural Gas the thiee state tuberculosis" hos- program is, asked to contact' I Sweat had been alerted Tuesday "f ,

qualified for're-election to this enjoyed by employees of'DuPont'sTrail pitals. I Shaeffer. or_ 'Joe Gray. cf last week to be on the look- F' ; : -
ilmen- Blood donations will be on a S ______
- 1 post Wednesday. Ridge and Highlands In order to field a good team, out for-a certain tractor-trailer
offices to be filled here in ite mines on Friday, July 4. strictly volunteer, basis with no truck heading toward Bradford' 4'
more players.,are needed and reqUested' '
To Start rewards: or payment"of any kind '
the September'primaries are: Emplcyees of the Highland Project County on U. S. 301 in Alachua. i .5
'i lo the inmates. ; to contact one of the two '
- will spend the day on the Pal
County plant king alongside the road Just T:
State Representative; '
Tuesday., July 8, will begin the men as soon as-possible. ,
Commissioner Dlst. 2 (N. Starkel; east shore of Klngsley program, and after that a monthly imide the county the deputy] soon '
Commissioner Dist. 4 the Enlisted Men'4 Club. In September spotted the Miami truck and "
visit will be made on the first "
[Hampton, Graham, Theressal: Trail Ridge employees will Tuesday of each month. Service Officer motioned him over. After the t

School Board Dist. 1 (Lawteyi]: picnic at Keystone Beachon_ Lake Miss Dorothy Smith of the Jacksonville To Be.Here July 11 driver ignored his signal ,Sweat !:I 5,
School Board Dist. 3 (Brooker, Geneva. i Leon M. Re'inach.' representing Blood Bank will be in took out and overtook him tqr ): :'-' I1 1 'T4,

New River 1: and School Board Colored employees of both the Houston Texas Gas Corpor- charge of, the blood and- credits A representative of the State holding until Alachua Deputy F' .: 1
Dist. 5 [IN. Starkel. plants will have their outing on ation, announ"e td this week that gained. A designated: person from Service Officer, Florida Depart- Gene Farnell arrived.
the Blanding his company will, start construction merit Veterans Affairs, will be Found in the 'truck 45.000
Rep. D. R. [Billy Matthewshas Lake Whittemore on i Orlando Lantana, and Tampa I were
announced as a,' candidatefor reservation. in September, on the Hospitals will, each month, request I J In Starke on Thursday, July 10.frbm nerve pills, worth about $::25 per
re-election to Congress from All events will start about r0 long-awaited project that will blood in these hospitals according;; 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. bottle of .1.000 or 112500. The

this district. U. S. Senator Spes- a. m. and continue until late bring natural gas to Starke apd to the critical need of the several The visiting official will be at haul was described by narcotics
sard L. Holland has announced afternoon. 70 other Florida cities and towns. counties.De the armory office of County Ser- agents as possibly the largest ever

for re-election and will be opposed The project should ,be completedby Witt Sinclair, superintendentof vice Officer A. L. Crosby' Jr.. and made in the' country.
August 1959, he said.
by ex-Senator Claude Pepper New Office Girl the State Prison at Raiford, may be consulted on all matters The Hialeah trucker. Murrill Fred Stump and Customer
There will be a total of 2,615 .)
of Tallah ssee. said that several inmates had already -I concerning benefits from Federalor Dickerson, 42, was arrested along '-' -
miles of main'"and lateral lines.
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Employed By with
volunteered. State agencies. three other men Thomas' C.
The pipe will be between 12 and
Pledger 35.'Walter A. Hinson 36. In Shoooortunitv Days
HofAndWef Mary starling. recent graduate 24 inches in diameter, and there Iin Bradford And Area and Sam ,Froelich ,43. who. were : II .J
nf PraHfnrrt Hiph.-. RrhftOl.--..--- is- serv-.- will ''be eight compressor stations .._...;......."." n.a tJA5._ k..D.L b -- U i! -
u. MLI&&W4 OS PIng "&5 u MJC j-ruiay oeiore aiier
Is Story Of JuneStarke's in the capacity, of temporary with a tot l'of 40,500 installed :a fight, aLa 'Campville truck Veteran Starke Merchant Sees Stores
,Chamberof horsepower.',Oneof, ,these stationswill '
secretary Commerce.at.the Starke be located in Bradford County. Screw oons'Scarce As Hen's Teeth ''lstoP and,.some of the -pills found

was. June 12 hottest, with day a 98.last The month cool- Mary who started her new experience this. The county main and line passed branches. through will The 'arrest possession.'of the truck stop %Working Together As Never Before

est was the night of June 5 whena last Wednesday, enjoys take off from here to serve Jack- As Sterilization Program ClicksBradford employes 'produced the Investigation .
66 was'recorded at the city pow- office work and helped in the Which led tai__ the___ _Ktunirinn_..____ -
sonville and the Gulf Coast
er plant. .elementary school office last year Maximum daily delivery will area.be and capture of Dickerson. The merchants of Starke are )ers are watching, for their adver-

The coolest ,day: was June 23 under the DOT program. 421,000 MCF [thousand cubic County cattlemen I Cost of the work is shared by All four' pleaded guilty in cir pulling together now as they tised specials, Stumps keeps the _
with an 84. The hottest night was She likes the air conditioned C I feet]. credit the Screw-worm Eradication Florida and the federal government cuit court to illegal possession of have never done before, in'the ,items "hidden" from view 'and

June 16 with 78. of C building, but claims it is Reinach announced that the program with the fact thit $lUO- with the" state legislature central nervous system drugs anda I opinion of Fred .W. Stump who 'they must be asked for if wanted..

Rainfall during the month, to-i "too. quiet." last legal barrier had been passed 000 will be saved this year in animal appropriating $3 minion for 'two pre'sentenceilnvestigatlon:: was speaks witha: background of more I Last weekend the store sold _
Mary is filling in following the losses labor saved, medical years and the federal $1.6 for than 47 in business here. I nearly 400 tcwels from advertised
tailed 4.17 Inches with the most and the company 1is ready to go ordered by_ Judge 'John A. H.Pled I years an
falling on the 16th .63 inches. Of resignation of Mrs. Marion Howe as soon as Its financing plan is expense' susceptibility to other one year. .rrtiHnii_- 4a'__j.A.. nn wa.b bocra. MS 11 I "Our ShoDDortunitv. Days oro- ,: -r----snecial.. _and n_ a- -mnnth___ or-- _so_
the,12 wet days, the 19th and 26- until a trained professional secretary formally approved by the,securi- disease and" weight and produc- It ,was estimated that last year gram has given us something to I ago they completely sold out of.
th tied for the smallest amount can be located for the local tion loss. 80 per cent of an'wounds in the work together on and I am delighted -I a special on sheets.
ties and Exchange Commission.The There has not been a ,case of area,were infested.. When told of Day Sees said the
with' .06 inches each. office.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. with results This all goes to prove. Wr.
Houston C Company got its in the since the small number ((28)) of in ro
. . . . _. . . &&&. .'prtifh.otA'._. .. .frJim. ... tVia... .. VoHofal... TViro-,, screw-worm. county cases former Starke postmaster who Stump is convinced, that the
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bought a bankrupt goods public knows a real value whenit
er Commission about a year ago of the June"21,. dyde: Cone Brooker
were, at first, skeptical ,
POLITICAL TIME TABLE here in, 1911 and establishedStump's sees one., and that business is
NEW and announced plans for building results I farmer and stockman had
they are now conyinced said 11
By County Judge Department Store, now still good for merchants ,who will
the line. But'the" Florida Economic because, in spite of a cold winter, that many t>n my own farm this
under the same management for quit crying the blues and .go after
Advisory Council threw a there have -been horn and time last ,
-4 candidates for more year
Tues.. July 8-Deadline for qualifying almost half a.century-a record'for increased sales with advertisingand
Legislature. monkey wrench into the plans other types of flies than in most J. ,B. White, Foster Shi Smith A total of 46 eases were disposed -
3 Representative to State when it' appealed the IPC's.de. years. and Lloyd Green all local cattlemen of on Monday by County Starke. ,' promotion.,

Tii July 8 Opening date for qualifying candidates [Continued ,on.Page 51 The program, a ,joint effort of agree that the 'program has .Judge T, A. Yawn during plea Stump's Store has experienceda 'I "We've got wonderful cooperative
substantially increased volume going and it is doing
Board andS the U. S. Department of AgriCUl- been'.even more effective than,the program
; for county 5 office School day.Fines of business as a result of the lots to build Starke into 'a
Most BusinessesWill ture and the Florida Livestock eradication of the lick which ear- were Imposed upon .
County Commissioners). Board is based'on.the theory that ried )Texas cattle fever. Incidentally three had their sentence with- !Shcpportunity Days: promotion bigger and better trading center.

for qualifying candidates for Be Closed sterile male screw-worm flies released is was Just twenty-five years held, and bona was estreated in started by more than 20 Starke Mr. Stump declared. "With In-
tues.:, -July 22-Deadline For 4th Of July to breed with wild females ago' that :I'be'' Telegraph carried 37 cases business firms last March. Special creased turnover our stores can

S ,county office: ; will eliminate the pests oecause the news ,that*:Bradford .Countywas A total cost bill of $862.50 was bargains are advertised on two expand their stocks and keep

9-Final date for registering as a roier In Starke will.. be closed. -- UD. tight., all eees laid will he sterile. thereby ;'L pronounced. "free. of cattle. submitted for the disposal: of 116 weekends each month with $50 fresh merchandise at all times
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Sat., Aug. :::> I in cash being given ,on the thus attracting more and more
-S. the Primaries and November as usual on 'Friday, the 4th of wiping o ithe"species in this Uckr. -" > cases during June. way
> July and the town will be nearly area. The female breeds only At present the '.flies which: '!tare Fines' and costs totalled 1225. Shopportunity dates. ctustomers who hare heretofore
General Election. deserted AS ,1 mostj f families leave jterfliied '*y .radio-active cobalt 50 and bonds estreated. ,came to Mr Stump states that this is the been going out out town buying
Democratic Primary., for picnics on nearby lakes or once.A test program on the Carib- i to. ares produced at. a trot 'plan 195000. 1 first consistent program of advertising most of their needs from the mall.
.1 Tues. Sept. 9-First but 10 the that his store has ever done' order houses.
ocean beaches. bean island of Curacao wiped out at Orand6 on July The office sold 168 resi. I'
30-8econd' Democratic Primary. Some few service establishments i screw-worm there in 1934,and the 'l laboratory at Scoring will be.'officially -! dent-state fishing licenses during and he is convinced that it is!' Mr Stump echoed the feelings
Sept. such as gas staU nS, will remain fame personnel who bandied T3< opened.' .Minimum production -i iI the month and 6,656 drivers 11- paying dividends In increased I' of most local merchants when hi

Tues.. Nov. 4-General Election.T.'Y.Y.'Y""Y". open. but almost everything. else program there is t ft cfiSfge of the j I of the new plant will be 90, cense's have been Issued since business.In expressed the desire for Shop

" will be closed. work in Florida I [Contlnuedonpage-51_ ,i September .1-Jast year. order to prove that custom- portunity Days to go and oa. ,.-J

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: lj'ski; gel Li S 4 tatoly much higher than the

spring forecast According1' to"the I

JWitha! ; new. p'pntr fendget corniAi? up for.Consideration S. VSDA It It'is at' a 4-year'high,. although" !- I .
expected ttf come'down
on July 7 and in view of the concern i is
in the fall when aU.the corn
i is recent'oritbs over the failure of Bradford' and peanut porkers hit the market -
fhie! and f rf j1Ire'fund to meet. requirements of .'

tie sherIffs budget'for the current year it seems S .S. .
aj\.appropriate, time to Have a closer 1 looK at tKe Have-- you- seen any screwworms- -- ---- _

1657 law governing this new procedure..Obviously yet? The chances ate you haven't.

,the law places a terrific amount ofppVer We, Just got tired of working because from all reports there .________
: all the time and went fishing this in Bradford .. .5 -\ \ -S
hasn't been a case p A ) ::;__ -
in the \hands of the sheriffs of the state -
week,. and if the fish had i bitten since last December and. 4 -
Bounty : .. S
f ving. them almost!,dictatorial powers in budget- half as.good as the redbugs, we'd stocimen are so happy :about it -P.---- _( -\. 1--. S U'S_
':Y.$ .3c-p!
iig the expendiiurps! of their offices. The County a got a bit mess: thejf can. scarcely. believe the pestS S.. 4

QommissionerStyhp: are responsible for i the veraU S S has been at least temporarily con- C I' _

budget, including the fine and forfeiture fund, 4 it was. Walter and Katie trou d.
are S rendered: \ virtually powerUss to veto 3 sKer- Wilfcison got a pretty good catch t. I.II3P1. / \ -

if'srequess. whether reasonable or not. and we had a good fish fry afterBack several months ago. when ,
S I ward on th.e.t bank ,,of New, River there were 64 cases reported in_ : ,' "5
:Section .1 of the law provides that: "At th'eUmefixed near' the.Flowing Well .brfdg It the whole state, Clyde Cone of\. per.Rigne" I

by l law for preparation( of thg thuftyl.idget was' while,we were .eating, that Brook snorted: "Why.last year _.. ....,. I
each sheriff.shall certitt to t.t f board .ofbounty the redbugs'got iri their dirty at this time I had about that A"P -

,commissioners a proposea| budget oft exieDditures.for -: work, .arid we ,[scratch], haven't many cases on my ow farm a-
*the* carrying oiof/ t.t.t t the powers f 1 been able f Scratch' 1 ,to.get rid of lone." .

: Section jfoTCfie law then hamstrings the Commissioner 5- COFFEE j'
s im got three tiny bream. The eradication ,program through: ,the"mass ,. ,
!; by providing that .'Tfie saidf bo' f3 kind jthat Oscar, Carter said are release. of sterile screwworm I .. "-

:r budget commission,.asthe c ase riY' be, ,pit sosna1I,, .. that you. n't scile l flies, has resulted. in a saving)in. II I 'h _

I Require trie jfieriff to ''correct ejrprs i I(n the'form them the. regular waft,you have Bradfocl t County alOne, of.. about. C "

and mathematical i l and mechaniclu .erfors ui jiis to. put them .in a, bucket with i $100,000... The .estimate se in s' to 6'OZ. 8 '

Budget; and it may INCREASE any-jf..tn '..p- seme pme cones and shake it up! be* conservative- when ':.you remember "I '
.5 hired labor J
alEth ,time", ; R'
osed : Lut it MAY :NOT REDUCE 5' ,
f expenditufes1, ,
Marion Norman said he'd animals' lost '
.Uncle medication
cost of. '
any, proposed -expenditure i :without the consent .of. thought oY getting! married not deform d during t.y a ..: 1" '. .
I. or .1 ; .
th'e.sbertff jinlesi wifhln'( 60' d.ys'after receiptt long ago, but instead he went out Just fin said, that last. :IL
t.l one ,
? !; *< .J ; % .., ... .
... .. "
obtains the :
t i-saiij JJroposed budget it fijst approvaLof and dUgpot toes; We're still tryseason it cost him $10 a.day to' --- --- -- --- __ "' ;

such; reductjon3invoQ6idePendIt! t e ing-to figure that: one out. fight the screwwqrms in his_stock '.# r ,
i .
t>y a majority vote pi aJoa1 d.vWtfnfr oUlcers'tntdget *, / Frozen Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn (12 to 16-lb ) J ; SS
appeals whose-members shall be the govtrnor S wii4 fishing along New River Looks like the tobacco money average ': : :\t

,. the.att6rney, general!; azd..the comptroller?' [mostly at Hester Rosier lake will come in very handy.this" year, t .'.. ....... /
S 1 Walter! \ WiIkison spotted _some afte'r the failure with. so. many
a Th J 'Lg ej PAil!>; s4rtha. :,..Unleg,.V.h.#sue,! miyfcaV .biishes.and picked I 9t rI crops' While some people
board of county officers budget appeals approves handful of the pretty nttle berfusS.ab ut crop controls it does
uch redu tioJin\ 1 e;fcnditures' withfA\ ?fKdt,6tf'<< 'rles for Alice. They ire good for seem Uf us' that hi tii case' of I HEN RKYSERVE

pays period, Olfe ..b 'die1,. as subrnfttea by said mit'jelly.. and the odd part tobacco the contrpls work out
eheriff shall be adopt d." of 1 it"is t that boUt a light and very weri. and a f sinnerwho_

: There. prbbably are iflore' stupid l laws .on,the dark J jelly" can be mad ,. grows' itcantbe, sure of a'reasonable t .
)4tut .books; but dt. the moment,we can't think Just fOund" at note from U. D. price for his S cr S P
.. tifre'iitf ; thE ft< "hat {fh t dt : '
Pj-Al of Hampton:who showed anin.teresl J...B. White Just. g t64S'_ bales 4 5
.mtsterp1Cth1uK i tna f Jhe ;'oyerrior t the at- in our cows. Sorry we' of Kenlen red clover thay from WITH POULTRY / C

"r'ney. erataaiid i;. : (fl t coJ titr"lie'f kii i ffrdM misplaced: ft,. 'nd we win stop and a .10-a'cre: plant g. kid
bout thejnper workings i of the 7 1in(J J g di Ii see.him,. 0 the first time we' get over Reddish, is one-- of the .than" enthusiasts Spray Qr

Jdo-.the";commissioners.ejected, byt1peojl> :amJsntrusted his way. Over the, Peruvian alfalfa Cranberry LB
with: the levying of taxes and.the ex,: S S S which ,apparently does ..so'well

periditiire" of t mflneyi ,Cart-you imagine ,the. ... leased to ,get an Invitation. and is one of the most nutritious -
from, ft. F; D mOrest to come and fe&ILs ; 1lbcan25cFlorida
dSernor? the" a'ttorrity) genet ffrid the-comptrol? his 8-acre plsfnlini; of bnteberripsi *
Jer taKinftifhe i oHt: 'io'maRe a' detailed study 6f ;: We are yeW.much intrAlice saw Sam* scratching as"he S
9.l.irrrLi'i.Jiri fl .
rra jfr'> ?z
.the,fji .. .pr in c.2f! the est, d .In the cultivation of' this wrote this, and suggested; "Just. .
)t te's,67 countle) !{" I ,,case ot appeaf ffbonmiwnersLeiher .Uie .fruit. and particularly in his ex&t d drop of kerosene'.. each or Georgia Shipped Grade "A" Dressed"and Drawn ". '!", '.:1t. '.. '.-, ?

: t l can }v kncl.neithe 1 perience" With them. bite and .then JIght it." Sounds ; .. jw
r- :
auld the writers. yi wins J "i i Ii they t1irne like a c/iSe/ .where, toe. cure is -

:Out for a mont nt's reflection, on .the"matJer. The... .,price" of hogs- now is cer-. worse'thari the ailment! ; ;

.; 'Sp unwbrlcabie ft i JKe 'J W; that \\te ate iriform- xoTRi I Whole I Fryers .39. ;
: TO
:led there' wAs only one sucli apfceal l t last ye.tr( g dc'e :NOTICE! !. Clrrult: Court.. Bradford frdntr.Her .

: in this isolated l !instancl, no reo'i/ction{ / off .' Tb'. Rtritjoj. UoolC..f.tll.eClty July .1, .nill Francis Ida: U.Id Chuirrry.Kdinondson. Plaintiff,

.the budget! IOOK r--l plate V.fc ', .- of;-Starke. Florida, will ,, 1)l 1for.. n.. Dorothy X.: EdinondsonjDefendreglatratlon -
.. -
-L -- M. fb of Ele 'tojUallln '''h \Il: .. \ ." "':" SSS. S
I .allf. ; I S t
s*. The law. furtherlprdYidei: thafif,. in..lhe. jiidgrJment from the City, of tarke.",.Ion.. Calle-fr----x....a.1,5n VSii e -:RighVrSkbrtShSnk Fully Cooked (th l to 14-lb ) '
da. Wednesday July S. A.U. :XOTICE,TO %PP.tR95.l average _,
sheriff afi ehergency.should -
: of the from ':00 clOck A.M. To:1 Dorothy X. IMmondson.: whose
:bV reason of ,which'the sheriff woiild t be> unable to through 1)5S! at 12 Saturday.o'clock noon.August.-Pooka!?. A.IX to, residence| and address is: Madrid Shank Half '

perform ,his .ctutils wftfiduC the 5.
'larger j?: ''int 5 ft'i'ii ff 3>f rii*\'t ai'a hi fne' I'.:dg f, Q.lock1.eicfpt' Wednesdays: until :OO o'clock Saturdays P.M., for thq divorce above has namet been filed Court."against.youin and, cause HAMS Portion 45C Whole 5. 5C-z:,
'- rs fro 9:00 o'clock A.M. until 12:00
:he t .o iii' to tflaf qdt3iff&Budget ; norfn. and.ypu are'required to serve a copy ,
zx ; ; ;r .G' 1 of your answer or pleading to the LB
: Appealsjor{ hEt appropriation f i of added CITY' OF STARKE. FLAJK1UABy complaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyThomas.Jv LB
amounts. The sheriff shall at.the same time de- : Carl Johns.Registration, Officers Rivers, P, O.:. Box %11.

:ui.a copSr f.jiUctifj the 7-3 %t 7-10 the Green original-Cove in Springs the office, Florida\ of ,the and Clerk file \ ". "
'f;! B It fi tiio j. t ] fVNf'if' m1- ---:': of the Circuit Court on or before the
't" fl1 ri : ..
\ rs x 0 c:" ..Ciim'fjr.. Juilft'm.; fomrt Ot 4 day of August m: ; otherwise the .
: i s. ll r' Jn If. fr "tO' _Bradford.. Conaty, Florida. allegations of, said, Complaint will betaken ,
.. \ ... \. la Probate. .
\ ; .
'''c. confessed by Sweet Red
.mfsIoners' anctit xp J I.i.t..l.'M.nS H. 1* ,{"a,...'It tX\tiK MARY. : A.Estate STANSBURY of Deceased.. .."...i. .(' shall be published you. onceQTiCE Ripe a
,I anrnrZs, 'ISL l t omm.i S 0 e or Fiuxa pcrmavFOR each week for.four consecutive Telegraph.weeks S S
:.ahafl ii 4s 4%" 'b1cJet l aprdiiil''- :.SiesRa. 1 "ADMINISTRATORTO.ALUWHOU FLV.VU- DlfUAHfiE! OF in Dated the Bradford this 26 day County of June. 1958.OFFICIAL. eachPEACHES
; ; 39c
:t't''zt .f IT MAY CO.NCKHN: : ( ,!SKAUCharles:: NOTICE
:11b*wa \ AaIj t 1>05-r-r .P..l ca 01,1. A. Darby.
..., ',.., }" S ,_ OtiI.Jierby.. given ,.t1at.I
::4eitpreIur: X: jM&isiyyfirnipwiEpr: or- nft,d filed my final returns as adClerk of the inuit Court. ?
.;! ;1 : auab-i: .fJ tninUtrator' of the .estate .of. ..Mary'A. 'By Marian, L. Crosby, Jeputy: CI 7f.i,
!. ,, 4sucll U p.Ji( .ar '.in !.. J i 1 Stansbury; deceased; that. 1. havefiled1 7S I 4t S
<< .l..t i4 /;. t.4' r '4.e4suffi my petition for final discharge, f .. S A&P Stores will be
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'!I9UD.\: w 'I _
of 'that ,1 will apply to the Honrahle
:i 9J 1 l i .i; e J 'K9yM 'i,: .! i! ,Judge of Thsron Bradford.A. County Yawn. Florida.'County Luscious.Ripe Ib Ifl c Closed Friday, July 4th

..l'ecelp. ,'H t,SlaP.n n{r"it':1: \ ._.u maue..'' In' ,e fQr'buugert 1.m. I i 'A'.Mi txn'-Aug-ust for"approval'o SI: 1918. at( tbe.10:00.same! o'clock and gy Open Saturday, July 5th

.; ;: ; '$or final discharge as administrator WANT TO
t n I ,.t : J{ 4rfuW.t'ttl.! "U:jpirct.if.' t .: This July. 1,' 1958.- OPEN
: Fresh
: J' Green Heads
be n4 tne.rnas teenrecjiAsfpcfe4.ntti I O. E. Stansbury'- ; LETTUCE 2 29c
(-.n.' ,,q mir?", -n ;:c3t-r; lrx t AdininJsrator5efthe, estate of
,1 1 Mary A. Stansbury deceased.
: 1. flJ.. rmii' ; .lJ1\hi .. W ';.3 4t -Z4S <
ft Jr.l ,.J : e.. 'tV'" .., ., -.., .. CLEAN-UP S

:'Thib1LQUPq, t ;} ; ) it morfiwtqanJ"" <<. .e,snUB S ; 'OTlCE'Or\.T.tT APPLICATION DtEDtee. FOR < THURSDAY NIGHT

: lm tl p WJt ,i'. t. gigga.; ::?'! T 1.4.1.. F.S. .. ... ... for S
V d vJJU r. f-Xetlce W hereby given that Walt !- Large Juicy
,1,, ..... Ii e raug j for 'conern> 'ia the hcz[ .i stiit t "t rGii>b8 the holder' th.. following LEMONS 6 19c PI;

:enough money h :i bee aid into. the fine and tificates certificates for a tai has dsed.(lied to be ta id Issued'Cer- T THOSE S E I UNTIL 6:00:

'forfeiture fund (tiitthos i estimates.I t t herton;rxThe-.JntJtitat.: .'nombers '
and years,.of.. uance..the ducripi
Jt seems to us that by iwte "bugs" in this tiorvof the prDpertjr.-md; he garnet _

:new';;Jaw are all too obvious\ and sbrnfe cluChgw, IOJTS in whicn: U, was aVsessed r .>are ai r fol-. S Large Red Ib :
co'mmisslons Certificate No.r SI Year of Issuan CHERRIES Bing 39c 1 .
the various county rongerjvetd
giving } '
'. .
e T>5r i ,'h'\ : :_
power Ortf budgets presided by trje sheriffs < Description ot-.Property*: Lot. I BILLS I L L S ?1 ,
Block C Lincoln City Sec 32 T Ii S K --- .
I : ;, wiilce'HainV&e- 6fief'at( the i&tf legls- 22 E ;- -i ---* U.. *- J. _
S arne In which assessed Wm. Me- -. -" CRESTMONT
:llative. J* :)si*'n. Cloud>Ul .*of said Jcoperty.being S ,ln-.the, :

CountV..of. Bradt9rd. Sta.te. of.,Fla. PEPPERS3for 13c I
S 'Unlesssuch' certificate: or -certificates GREEN. ,
"*b.1l iie credeemedt accord-

:[O Eightieth Year In ins such t4 law certificate the. property or' certificates dtscrib ICE CREAM

: 11-. S S ',1 .._._ 'WilUbe .*9Id ta, the '.highest yblfdy .
1. Those who have .an eye. for,such things'might at the court Mrf Month house floor of August on the'mil firstMonday .L LOANS S 'w tch's Blue Dot

:.thatfe ribted that The T legdp '* issUe of -Iast* S which Dated is"this the,,'4.SO(day day, of of August.June Uell.19o8. WELCI-IAbE, qt 33c DUZ, giant aiz Stc 'S / 1

week carried the- notation' in ifs m sthe d: (Official Sell)' Charles A.- Daroy. 1- _, S 6"9'
: 1." Clerk At Circuit Court'of BradfordCounty. S 'irigai
J'Ttn.UME 7-5 U 7-4: ,
w Ritchn I
_, S S UP T'O. Charm100 Ft Swift's Strained
%, jTlji!;! means, of bufse' tJ thatd fh w Teleijisentering 1 _1 91 # 'WAXEDPAPER19c BABY
.. MEATS 23c
cbntmuoystpoblication I The C rt Of The..C..at Jadie.Bradford S ,
: upon jtsjeight'jeiH.. .pf, .
: C i t7r FI rld& .. S I
in,Starke. Established Jn Julyof ,Pr..t.. S.. _? v. \ - = _
1879 it is the oldest business) establishment Dt.In><<-t-aed.te: Estate. of. _W. P. STo Smith... .... 1ay$60.0$ f fiFEai 4sfel l .Ch ken of the. Sea 1 S. _
tin Starke" -*hd the '01d *st ":f&Rl i. iesjajet. in 'jail creditors ., dperq., NAPKINS 2 for '19c CHUNK TUNA 33chnu1yox
FIoHa J I'o'f n'tiiiuOi us b1i&iiibii i i a r the 'siiii tngr claims or .demands against said .. I Ih

l j m'astheaif." Its' Iihea5e i is direct' and ndisp f&a.It Estate: f "n. i '
You'and; each of,you, are, hereby CUTRITE125ftrolloiily23c S
= iL :S Hawaiian
> : "s-'j _
Ks.ilw'a l been 'Jhe'} Telegrapli"l ,. s notified and required to present any S
Jnever Jl suspenac4juUicationor LJl.ll > ( been* \ ; comibmed: 'or claim-inS l demands which you or COOKIES '43c PUNCH,'46 oz 37c S

either,Xrfyotf. may have against pie ,
consolidate wiyi .ano'jh'er-! Esr. .
S estate jof.tW..P.-SraiUv: ; J.r deceased. "rolls"'
lih In.reaching. this.mileMone Telegraph real- late of County, to the County Find.US. FriendlyJ 1FINANCE Re1ari. ., '_ Detergent WAX PAPERt
Sizes that Jtl Idiiff life Is due, entirely ta the sup- Judge !f :Bradford County.: Florida,, i LbOAL\ J< hd
'jpoH tf the r kdets-and adveHKeret :Jts trad at his .offie? In (, e.c .couH.house of -
katd.. County, at. Starkr1Flolida with.. ..,
We-'ifppreciaf" th'issuDpoH aricf wilt strivS Area. .
calemiar month's
eight from the :iiaiistz.e Aluminum
***. ** K *' 1' 1plways
to. DCcpmeTtiorf i worthy,of ; tirrte of the first ublk-atioh of this \1 M.In 'ANY -
?" :
*** w J m \ X notke: Eich'cliJra( of 3emind shall : : 27c 25 ft. 3tc

be in 'writing. I and hall state the J';':' a,... ,_ .. % .. -- -- -
!r,. .t $jA.2sI .t >i-a* place of residence and p eet;office ad- 114 N. Walnut St. I
THDrORDCOUNTV TFLEGRAPHEST.lt -.7 dret's ..ofthe1 IlaimanLand.haII-i _
# : '.., :> -eworn tt, by Ibe claUuanL hk >kent, ((3 Doors from Post l Office) -S MjIIcS '-itMost.locD !fT'tit..11'.Ct'...- "-"- S S __,SS:; I

4p4.. .- or.jittorney, and any such claim;; or ....,.... ., .- ,_ .412-Call Street S :
'R' ff.OKIIi.ViT, OLDEST wifitT: SKWSI'.irtH ; Beech-Nut Strained ;
Phones 581 ,
.yoii 580 and
,, ." demand not lit) .filed .shall be, '
.11. 'i' "" ; .j L '
S .
Myra S. Varneoe.- : Starke Fla.
S. "* I If' ** V- >-44>fr A5 p. Will BABY FOOD 6 for 59c
o < executor of the List and M1. %guerie ,Han, ,
;: .... .. TI4MLkItflDJL..1ee4a. : ..
'. J' I .. ; fot(1J'" : 1 e.d Clas Matte Manager
.lntfef PeM OlflV a(.xur(.. Ff*.' ...... Art .1 Mar. 1. IM$. ceased:. ? .- -- : '-f-

+ -:.:.. ... ..: ........'._- -_ :;-.., '-- +-'. -. s .Kirit;, puMuinJon. uI'i';! : ; ; S S S-.5--j 5.- 5.-- -i. .



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For Vet Widows Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- r
Of Many Accidents FHP Chief SaysOne Seen, In For House Post Sunday School.-10 a. m.; Morn lag Worship 11.&'. m. Training Services each Sunday in old Christian;. Endeavor,Friday .!&
OffingMany lug Worship, 11 ,a. m.; Evangelistic I Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- p. ,m.. Bible Study, Wednesday

safety rule that should be ience of those laws,brings suffering -' widows of veterans who .In Clay County services: ; 7:30 p. m. ship, 7:30: p. m. Midweek- Prayer 'ay School 10 a. m. Sacrament 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship -
applied by everyone who drivesIs misery and death." died of service-connected causes Wednesday ,Prayer Meeting 1 I Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m Service ':30 p. m. Everyone wet 11 a. m. Evening Worship,
the oldie about keeping one' car "Last year over 16,155 drivers will receive increased survivor M. L. (Lea) Beasley, Mayor of 7:30 p.: m. Everyone welcome. ome. 7:30 p. n. Bible School, 10 a. Qi.Share ;
length behind the one up front violated the 'driving too closely benefit payments from the Veter Keystone Heights;.,qualified! Mon "
for each 10 :miles per hour of rule,' which means that innocent ans Administration as a result of day with the Secretary of Stateas
speed. people lost their lives because of i the new military pay bill that became a candidate for' State ..Repre-I =; Star
I ire Profits In
It ig one of those unwritten the other persons mistake effective June 1. sentative from Clay County. Kep. Y'ALL .
laws that saves lives when regu- Kirkman declared. In most cases, such a widow's Sam Saunders is the incumbent., ;
larly observed, and is a death "Drivers who follow the car benefit payments are related to Beasley is now serving his fifth I I '
dealer when frequently disobeyed. ahead too closely fail to realize the basic pay of, a serviceman I one-year'term as Mayor of Keystone -
service and is employed the land &'uI1. IIIJ1i1Juii'ii.i.gSAT.
whose rank and years of Inc
i "Sometimes it is the law of the physical laws involved, KIrk-
common judgment which is the man stated. "Reaction time and are the same as those of the deceased department of Clay Electric COOp-I I J'i
veteran J.,E Gum Officer erative.
most frequently ,broken declared distance necessary to stop the '
in charge of the VA Office at He said that be plans an exten
:car at various speeds are laws we I
Comdr. H. N. I irkman, and '
sive campaign and will announcehis
212 SE 1st St.. Gainesville, said.
must consider if a safe distance
laid "in so many cases, ,disobed-. behind: the other car is to be However, Gum pointed out, the ,platform at an early date.. S :
maintained."A new military, pay bill does not
RID increase basic of all servicemen Florida Farms
YOUR ,HOME good rule-of-thumb is one pay ''
thus it will not affect survivor JULY 5
car length for each ten.miles of ; ; Up In Value -
benefit payments to all
OF PESTSFor speed," the Director continued. .
widows whose veteran huSbandsdied "
"This will normally allow for safe Florida farms were valued on
of service-connected d causes. '
: stopping distance on dry pave- the market at an average of $164'
Of widows entitled to increases, 1
$4:00 ment and a good reaction time. per acre in March of this year. YOU CAN REALLY
the VA estimates 90 per cent will SEE THAT
Eight "ears'ago'the acreage value,
"Qn wet or slippery pavementsor receive an additional benefit of
VERY EFFECTIVEUse under other adverse conditions, was $57, the Florida State,Cham- "
from :
$1 to $3 per month
the distance should be increased ber of Commerce declares. : -
of Spraying Machine accordingly..to Since each'case must be individually This amazing increase, 186 percent HOTPOINT DIFFERENCE .
examined, it will take =
and Solution Included !in far over-shadowed the na-: L
several months to adjust accountsof
Cost.. CHURCH OF CHRIST tional''gain of-27 per cent. .. -
C. L, Overturf Jr., Minister all widows entitled to the increased Back ,in 1950, the Florida, per: ---- -
School, 10. payments. 2 DOORS 2 SYSTEMSPLUS I
Starke Builders Sunday Sunday acre value was 12 per cent below ,
Widows already on VA rolls
service, 11 ,
a. m., morning a. m. the national' figure. For the next
Supplies Inc. evening service, 6:30: p. m. need take no action to receive six'years, it gained about $10 an Automatic Defrosting
Bible 7:30 any increase to :which 'the new
Wednesday study
acre each year, then $20 an acre
law may entitle them.' It will be -- -
prn. In 1957:>> ana 19:>11.' By' Marcn ofthis
paid automatically.' Gum emphasized For J
it had pushed ahead of IAAoo
and will be retroactive to year BIG 12
the national average by 63 per
June 1 1958.Therefore O
the agency urged, cent.Florida's
rank the stats -
widows should not write to the among
In respect to this farm real REFRIGERATORExch..
about their cases.
I Widows receiving VA pension estate value is.reported in this ,
I for the nonsenlce connected week's business review of the
state Chamber's research and industrial FREEZER
i deaths of their husbands are
{ No Down
NOT affected in any'way by the division as 13th. In 1950 .
it was 32nd. .
new law. Gum added. Combination -
The total value of Florida farm With' Trade-in
YOU'LL LOVE tLe new'Estei real estate was placed at $2,969- .
SATURDAY, JULY 5TH ONLY brook purse-size fountain pens In 00,000 ,this year. Value of build TERMS TO SUIT YOU
pastel shades. Only ;3.09,at Bra* ings accounted for $576,000,000 of
cord County Telegraph. this total FREE! FREE!
Celebrate, Saturday, July 5th With This
The state's growing population We Give Profit-Sharing Coupons
AMAZING WATCH DEAL! J and expanding non-farm uses of SATURDAY ONLY
real estate have accelerated the
encroachment of residential industrial -

ONE GROUP of farm lands ,Care, has
been taken to restrict these,;:cal- WITH PURCHASE OF ANY HOTPOINT

ELGIN AND WADSWORTH fWA'tCHES 9p&oy1T9Sunuiier but culations the indirect to true,, farm effect land of only the APPLIANCE If You Bring This Ad. 234 ,N- Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Phone 16$

whole real estate ,market is obvious -
.. : / in the gains In farm land

Dresses values. ....-- ..

Crosby Takes Over

Names As Rotary Chairmen Head; Shopportunity Days

Newly elected ,President Al .-
Crosby Jr. took over.at the helmof AT
t the Starke Rotary Club Wednesday .
lY'ONE, AT THE REGULAR PRICE outlining aims and objects -
rrP for the year, and announc-

'Then Get T! (equal vaL.) for $1.00 ing branches Named committee of to Rotary head appointments.the'service four were main,: ",, T "., (fJ .:. .,

Club Service, Beecher W. Payne, < ,
chairman; Vocational Service, Tom f
...., '-. Nolin, chairman;, Community Service ,p
...><':.," ,.Freeman' Register Jr., chair- .
; ;:',( COTTON SKIRTSONE man; International Service, Alec _

':{v"lt.".:,;., ., >.J ;"4M'Y.-{; -EAR RINGS Yawn chairman. Tom Slade will ,
'xi'< :..... serve as program chairman for
_:., ., Vf" <'" .'''J the new year, and A J. ThomasSr.
will edit the club,:bulletin. The Community State Bank of Starke -
Fabulous Values $4 Outgoing President Arch Thomas ;.
at $1.00
Jr. was presented with a past I
president's pin and a handsome .
Give Your Outfit That "Extra Touch" wall plaque for his .services in ,
guiding the club during the past


,55Pc. Set Community Silverware DuPont Plants f

Reg. $89.75 NOW ONLY $49.95DRESSER TABLE Will Shut. Down 4


SETS & COSTUME SETS 'DuPont,ilmenite mining
Reduced For plants, Trail Ridge and Highlands -
20 -PER will shut down Monday,
:, July 14, for a two-weeks.vacation I PAY isvACCOUNTS
I CLEARANCEIAAAAAAAAAAAA period, it was announced this i
week. This will be the longest i
shut-down period since Trail I
GEM JEWELRY Kidge went into operation here I
almost ten 'years ago. Other Banks are Reduce Interest Compounded
A recent slow-down in the market -II

"STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER" for ilmenite caused the local, ing their Interest on Savings SemiAnnuallyJan.. 1
plants to shorten hours and lay

109 E. Call Si. Phone 170 oft some short-term employees I ,Accounts to 2% and July 1.
several months ago. Since umemte
stockpiles are more than adequateto II

\ IAAAAAAAAAAAA. t decided meet present to shut demand down lor, it was two -I BUT WE WILL CONTINUE TO PAY 3% ON SAVINGS

weeks and give the more than 300
employees of both plants a simultaneous .
vacation. A small main-

: tenance crew of 20 or 30 men will ,.-r.,,,' The Community State Bank will also continue to cash
keep on the job during the vaca-: ,
checks without charging exchange. We the public .. ,
.. Lion period doing shutdown ,- "': urge ,

... maintenance The plants,work.will resume, normal ", : :!_;/s. to take advantage of this additional 1 % Interest on .:a

COLONIAL FLORIST operation:on July 27.
: .
I ':; ;. Savings Accounts. We appreciate wonderful patronage -

;. : ":-" is NOW A MEMBER OF TH Two Elected Local To Youths Office' -: :'.'::: ,' .that our Bank has received from the public and our ,.;

_'- ',:.: only desire is to serve you and MAKE THIS BANK
At Boys State "&#'

BenD)' Williams of Starke and ..r '!
Ray Maxwell of Keystone Heights
returned Saturday after a tiny> : % Take Advantage Of Our Drive-In Teller Window .
The Association week at Boys state in Tallahassee "
whose winged mercury guarantees during which they followed a full DRIVE-IN TELLER WINDOW OPEN 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. .

absolute customer satisfaction, now has a pproximately 11,000 6:30 aan.'to 11:30: p.a. schedule. ,

members in United States and Canada landle flowers.,sent b I;>>y by The the Rotary local delegates Club and, the sponsored Amer Take Advantage Of Our Longer Banking Hours :

wire. Through Interflora, Colonial Florist I can have flowers and lean Legion showed their vote- BANK DOORS. OPEN 9 .A.M. TO 2 P.M.

plants delivered to any point in the civilizedTHIS I I world. getting selves elected abilities to by office getting, Williams them-

as a State Senator, and City Council To % Of 1
Savings Deposited Up July 10 Will Bear Interest As July
IS THE FIRST TIME STARKE HAS HAI) AN FTD MEMBER\ and Maxwell as a State Representative. 3

Both boys said the* experiencewas .

wonderful to the and expressed organizations appreciation Community State Bank of Starke

COLONIAL. that made ft'possible for them. .
Ronnie and Lucille
highlight.of.the:week was when,I
Mundorff, Owners Governor Collins and' his cabinet EACH ACCOUNT IS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT .
I 506 E. Nona Si. Phone 218 members' addressed the 500 delegates INSURED UP TO $10,000 ; INSURANCE CORPORATION

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i jCrecfitBunedufiFate BEEN FISHING?-

tI Then Let Red KnowHave ONE QT. OR i GAL.. OF PAINT "

r -- you been fishing? Then F-R-E-E

After Meeting stop ,by Red Alvarez' service station -

: j t at the corner of Temple and WITH EACH ONE YOU ''BUY

r Call and tell him all about it. i,

The credit ,bureau oft Starke. is The Bradford County Telegraph> j, "We Eliminate the ,Middleman's Profit"
is going to start a new
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BHS Casls Of .'53" Presbyterian4 \ ;;------I .who has.operated, the, bureau and women which will deal with

since it opened in,May 1956, has who caught what where, when *1 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville l FR 6-75S8,

To Hold\Reilnloli' Hosts To rF amili s moved to Jacksonville and given and how! ]

I qp the local'operati due to: thelack The.service station is equipped ;
At' Lake At
Kingsley > Supper Meeting s ; (
of support by, Starke mer with scales for weighing each '
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of BBS. of. 1953 most chants. catch and "Red" will take down I -
Members ., class One of the delightful occasions the ProfitsjnStjrJSoturday ;; :
Mrs.: Mary land Of Lake City the information of where it was Share.
will hold their first reunion Saturday of the-church year at the :- i j

July, 5; at the IOn $leY' First"Presbyterian Church was is willing:to purchase and ,con caught', with what equipment, i f fI

Lake home of Bill Reddish. The the family; night).supper 'l e din : tinue operating the bureau here etc.With

. party will be frcm 3,p m. on with the' assembly) hall Wednesday. I if there is sufficient interest a- this a'major fishing area, I

members welcome n if, they I June 25, af( 11 p,,m.:' -. 4 I mong the businessmen. the Telegraph feels that such a ,I

can be present for only, part' of I' The Women oT the Church Fide Strickland and Family This enthusiasm' was. not evident weekly column is long overdue !

at :and with the help of eachx fisher
the time. were guests cl the Mn lot the Friday night's meeting '
'j I Ply I +
Swimming and dancing are on Church at delicious ham supperon Despite Uncle Sam's Red Tape in. the,'courthouse; : when only ,a man, can become an interesting

the program and the members 1 this occasion. Supper was also . handful- of people showed up to (pnd entertaining bit_of reading. I

aft .a6ked to- bring their ownsandwiches. served to the children, after which 't' expresS their desire for the continuation .\c- )

Drinks will be furn- movies were shown in the church Italian Girl And'.Bradford GI "of the, ,important ser- GED ApplicantsHave

ished.Originally. sanctuary. July Sih ONLY
Until 7
there were 97 mem- The program was presented bya Overcome Obstacles/ To Romance vice.Dr.. J. B. McClane, Lake City July

bers, of'' the class.Miss'Kathryn. panel composed of 'Mrs. Robert 1I I 1 dentist and owner of the bureau Monday July 7, 1 is the deadlinefor

Chapman Mrs. J. R. Kite, Herbert 1 in ,that city, present to discuss SELECTION
They do have grits in Italy according ran two miles without stopping ; was adult applicants wishing to NICE
Johns Green, and Rev. McAliley. 'The to Italian war bride Fide until I got to the hills. 1 was the importance., of a credit take General Educational Devel- =iw
two grOUPS' then divided for, their "* A bureau and explain its work. Tests for ; > LADIES'ALSO
Honored At Shower Strickland, but they are made into really scared opment the Florida
regular monthly business meeting.The leaf eaten either hot cold 4 Citing, personal examples he discussed Equivalency diploma or to estab-
a .Of American dollars could buy five .
Men 'of the Church plan a 4 ,various ways it,could,continue : lish 10th DR
Mis* jskthryn Johns popular work night following their monthly and called "polentL" Other foods times: as much in Italy, then, andalthough grade equivalency to SUMMER SSES'
l ride=:elict; was honored at, a which Fide, wife of A. J.: Strick- many things were to- be a to Starke. meet state licensing requirements. I
I supper meeting at 6:30: p. m.., coot ire' :Dr. McClane- heartily endorsed L. H: Gibson, county test .
lovely bridal, shower last Friday, land, has learned to scarce the young couple managedto dI-1
16. will be
July served
June 2t. at. the home of Miss'members of Circle quite different from the diet of have a good time., The only Mrs. Land'Who 'has had many rector said the tests will be 1

Judy '!EmDg on. The party room I 2. her native land.: The two daugh- things Josephine and\Linda ,say years experience, in this J work and during the week,of July 14. This 1 j

was attractively decorated with ters of the couple, Josephine, 10, they wo.uldlk, tq go to,Italy- for has, been manager of',the Lake will bethe last testing period''un- .

yello\t, chrysanthemums and Junior Women and Linda, 8," are being brought is the skiinrbT the mountainsthat City office. She is willing to move .,til Sept. 8.WANTFJ :::t "

gladioli! The refreshment table Have Dinner Party up on a good old Florida cracker their mother and father have to,'Starketo make'her home if

was overlaid with a lovely cro- diet of grits and greens. told them about: 'A man-made there is enough interest voiced P iC !
At, Officers Club ) Clean Cotton !
cheted cloth and centered with' a According to their story the island in the harbor of Trieste among local merchants. RagsNo .

vase ''of yellow chrysanthemums. of servicemen "Art" ,At present there:are around:20 1
Members of the Junior Woman's romance contains an amusement area that Pants, No Shirts, Blast Be
v Assisting the hostess in serving Strickland and Fide Pizzanus of was popular with servicemen and members of the bureau,, but at
Club held their annual dinnerdance
the guests were Miss Carolyn at the. Camp Blandmg Of- Trieste. Italy was hard to discourage their dates. Art and Fide spent least: twice that number is need- Clean. Bradford County Tele- i11f1J1

Norton and Miss Sylvia Norton. I ficer's Club on Thursday evening although Uncle Sam tried; many days"there swimming and ed for continued operation here. graph. 1W

Miss Johns was presented a love- of last week with 35 attending.The hard. At that time, 1945-46, it picnlcing or having dinner and Dar MeClanei suggested\ways of '.- .

ly corsage of carnations by the fried chicken dinner was was necessary for a serviceman dancing. inducing new members to 1 join ,-

hostess to-,permission to. marry. "It and' Mr&:> Harris:volunteered to SYAfaoS60lD
served buffet style and members Although estej ad little
.Games were enjoyed throughout took 17 to untangle return here as- often as I possibleto I :
us months SUITS
and guests were seated at tables bombing it was the scene of much I Selection Lakes' SWIM
the evening and prizes ,won thered tape," declared Fide. Art help Mrs. Land contact merchants i
on' the terrace: After the meal street fighting betweenthe'partisans -
by Mrs. Lucille Nazwortti. MrS: I explained that permission was ;,and '&olicitmembership..
they enjoyed dancing inside the and communists in the
Ruth Johns Mrs. Ruth Starling granted for thfee mcnths periods eAW UNITS PRICE i
early days of ,war and duringone k
and Mrs. Randy Elder. The honored club.Hostesses for this delightful and then, withdrawn. Each 'time of those fights a' shell went Transmitter'House SHOULD. BECHANGED ii
guest received many lovely if all i
event were Mrs B, L. \ Morley, arrangements were not complete through Fide's room while, she Is'Small Start ) '
gifts from''her
friends who
many would have to start '
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth. Miss Betty they was there. AND MONTHLY w+ IMen's' i

attended this delightful ,affair. Jane Morgan, Mrs. Warren Wink from scratch all! over again applying Art-Strickland I was born and On FHP Station Here JIRMSCAM6EABBAN6ED I

ler. Mrs. Ann Snell, Mrs. R. B. for permission getting raised:in Bradford County. He"is b'qp SHORT SLEEVE '
Starke"Social Club Cauffman and chairman. Mrs. blood tests, and the many. thingshat Bradford County's Florida / !
employed by DuPont at the Highland -
Randal had to be complied with.Finally : Highway Patrol Station is slowly, '
Met ThursdayGames Chitty.Woodman. mine and the family at pre SHIRTS
they were married in the but surely becoming'? reality. s
sent lives on U. S. 301 north' of II
spring of 1946 by civil authorityand In a letter to the Telegraph I
were enjoyed by members Circle Gumber's service station. They 0C
.. two months later by a religious Col. H. N. Kirkman director of -s
of the Starke Social Club at
are building a house in Starke
Met Tuesday ceremony. the Florida Highway Patrol said !
their first meeting of July, held and expect to move into town 99c
When the "it is difficult" for'us' to at
couple met Fide say
in St. Mark's Parish House Tuesday within the next few'weeks.. LOCAL TlAMMrkRki he
The Woodmen Circle
night 7:30. RefreshmentsWere Supreme could speak no English except, to this time when we will be able to
.. held a meeting Tuesday night, Coming from the north of start actual construction
served bY'the say "no" and "see"Mrs., Strick-f as
hostesses, Mrs. :
June 24, the Lion's Den. Italy, Fide that
at they call her
says there
is considerable
Bess Burns and Mrs. Mattie Ga- land has been a U. S. citizen since
After the business Meting refreshments a Yankee Italian. Since conilngto
hagan. 1952 having taken correspondencecourses clearing and filling to do prior to Selection' of Men'si '
were served. the U. S. the Stricklands have construction of -ECONOMICAL PRICES-
'Rev. from the University of actual building
W. S.
McAliley presided The next meeting will be held had one visit from Fide's parents.She -! '
over the business session. The on the fourth Tuesday, July 2Z: Florida in English and history to has a brother living in Italy See Us For Complete Job i\I SHOESValues I
next meeting was announced for help her pass her examinations.In have just arranged to go
All member are urged to attend and a married sister
living in \
July 15 at St. Edwards Parish I and have a good time. speaking,, of the war' Fide Belgium A S'best friend", who ahead and build the transmitter On FHA Title One Values to 10.95; '

Ball at 7:30.: with. Mrs. ,.RobertHalsall i says "There was no bombing, ,of also,married American! house which of course, is, a very Loans :: i
serviceman '
; Mr.. and Mrs. James Watson Trieste until the German :came! visited her to small building separate and apart NOW '
and Mrs. B.- J. Bowden. as Girl Scout Meeting in but then one day I looked up. with her husband. way' Japan from. ,the Patrol Station proper/: '
hosts.Mrs.. Called LeaderMrs. thinking the plane I heard was he said. ,PLUMBING AND HEATINGPLUMBING

,' Bessie Hefferon of Mid- By Just, passing 'over, when I saw a Although Fide: misses her many .The ,station,,,.to.serve this,.entire 'YA :

dJetown, N. J. was a guest at this Pat, Cauffman is havinga bomb, falling., I started ,to run friends she says she ,is, happy area &to be.built,near the: k98tI.

meeting. called meeting of her Intermediate -: and got- to'a building that was here and now has many. American Fanner's.J.larket.m US 301 Northof : : ,I

Girl Scout troop on, Monday hit,1.took out_from there and friends. Starke and will bring several

Mr. And Mrs. Zack afternoon, July 7, at 5 o'clock at this town for families to l live in.I i n.,w. f a..Mies.here.r ..." ,. !i
her home at 319 N. Myrtle street i I BARKSD.ALE'S
Hosts If readers. think
At your so I
Supper Plans will be made for their urge RegistrationSlow I
them to visit the apartments and

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zack enter- camping trip.Kingsley. houses that 'are for'rent. While?HBooKs"( r 2896
supper Lake YWA With a low-cost housing pro- Were In ,
Precincts "
Saturday evening- June 28. in. ject in town we would enjoy ad- ,

their yard. i Met ThursdayThe ditional growth in population and i Mrs Marian i Crosby" supervisor& -I
Those attending were Mr. and spending power. The low income I Ii oj ,
registration, this week
GOOD SAMARITANGentlemen described
Kingsley Lake YWA
Mrs. Jerome Johns. Rep. and i !
families living in the housing Li
last Thursday night June 26, at I : as "puny" the number of new i
Mrs. Doyle Conner, and Dr. and would have better Lt
bet- voters who
,I'm will registered while the
Mrs. the home of Mrs. Marie Sterner. hoping you publish t
Seymour Marco.
ter health a higher standard of books
this: letter because so timesin were in the various county
Mrs. many
The devotion brought by i
The occasion was also the fifth ,
living better ,
attendanceby I frecincts.: Therehave a Mr w "a
+been y.
Marie Siemer was followed by a our daily today I find only !.
wedding anniversary of Rep. and '
Mrs. Conner The panel discussion on'm1sSl ns. The that too many people fail to give children and would have 107 new registrations,in the entire
., group gave greater spending power. period since the,last election, Mrs. i
them a covered milk glass candy business meeting followed and refreshments credit where credit is due. I'm !
all familiar Unfortunately some may lose a Crosby-said. :,
were served by the sure you are with the ( ,
dish as a memento of the occasion. ;
1 hostess. story of the ,Good Samaritan.You few dollars in rental income as a Although registration ,books

have one such,.man today in result of the housing. But the closed in the precincts on June 30, t, ... i ;

District Meeting jour town and I'm writing you question seems simple as this .I they 'will continue to be' open' in : :
WSCS Notice tirntorn'e\ inufCCT DDIPf(!
Of Young Adults this letter for the purpose of giving Are we to favor the few and'f or- the courhouse office of the superVisor :. I

Circle 2 will meet on. Monday,( him some recognition- which- gets.the',many? .. until 5 p.m. August' 9. Mrs. 11'i n UI\LU 0 LUffl-Ul I .'IUI. !

The District meeting of the July,7, at 3 p.m. at the home o?1 1Mnt. he richly deserves. I refer to A. Let's have the housing project Crosby also announced that her 'f, 1

Methodist. Young Adult classes ., 0.- L. Haynes Sr. 308 South C. Williams of the Williams unless then are some -regulations office Will' remain: open on"Tues.dlly'nightof'each .

Will be held.on Thursday evening, Water St.Circle .. Jewelry'Co. in your town. that. we .do not ,care to week from 7 to .

July 10, at 8 o'clock at the First 3 will meet on Monday, 1 While driving from Florida to tolerate; Other Southern towns 9'pjn.. for the purpose of register. .
voters. -
Methodist Church, Starke. July 7, at 3 p.m., in the Fellow- Indiana' recently we were southof have them. We need them . ing

A panel discussion by local ship Hall at the church with Mrs your town about 37 miles whenwe If you dcn't think so drive around As1 of Tuesday there'were5,112 t ,

business'and professional men on V. O. Bridges, and Mrs. Charles had an accident and were town and take a look' at the registered voters in Bradford

"How ples I can use Christian Princi- Wade as hostess. : desperately in need of help. Nobody I rental, situation.I County precmcfc"as; with follows the number: No. 1 (Law-'each i 1 FINE tQUALITY. ADDING MACHINEtlieSMITSICORONA .
in My Business" will be '
one was hurt but I was pulling. congratulate you on your pub-
811 No 2 N
teyj ; : ( :Starke) 2,220;
of the features of the meeting.DARK. a boat trailer and the thing was lic service.
No.'fS.. Starke) '1,154; No.' 4 :/ ,
f completely wrecked* I was there t -A Reader (Graham) 82; -NO';- 5 (Hampton) :.
blocking traffic and Mr. Williams
297r No..' 6 {Theressa) 216; No. '< .
wile had just gotten over the flu, Bounty' Judge (New River) 81; No 8.(Brooker) -
stayed through the rain storm
248! 'I- \ 1
w and Hears Mostly'T .. .
STARKE FLA. helped me get the boat MA 6MB n.t

straightened up and out. of the Cases
Overweight Trucks
way of traffic.
Fri., Sat. July 4 5' '
He helped flag down traffic Traffic violators once again Contribute HeavilyTo
FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Beville '
and drove about 15 miles an hour crowded the docket of
RAGE AT DAWNWith Waldo'announce the birth of a I' County Road Funds -
clear back,to his home town, and Judge T. A. Yawn last week. .
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sen. Ronald Lesson on June 26 r 8 ; -
Randolph Scott that was far I could
as as get the with unlawful
at Doctor's [Hospital. ,,Charged speed During, the first 5 months of
ANDDon't trailer to go"because it
was completely -
were; Caleb Lindsey Kelly, Jr.,
S. this 13286.05 has been collected es
wrecked.Then year ,
Go Near The he invited George Leon Markley, James Ed- .y
The Bradford County Hospital home' and, U111ed over to the
meto his and me ,
helped ward Norman Howard Sweat t r
A. ,
births _. 4 4
Water announces the following : state department for highwaymaintenance'
get trailer and the
a get boatbided
\Ylth Glenn Ford 'Mr. and Mrs.' (t. L. Lotell of Richard Jordan Bryant, Henry 'bY.the"Mortdi"mgh. o> ;
on' it again and' for
1..' Sweat, George Fonzd Prevatt, 2'
Plus,New Serial "The Iron Starke, a son, James c Iviri. June the trip home. way Patrol Weight..drrtaon. at ,' ,.. ? 4l
Kathryn Althea Charles -
,Spiers, : i l
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CIa,,'" No. 2 and Cartoon 25.Mr. Mr. Williams was a Good Sama- this area. '';y
-, and Mrs. Harvey Finn of Kohlman Rudolph George Web- A total of'113 trucks have been 1 4 '' 4-
ritan us, and he deserves a lot ster, Byron Bernard Selber and ,,&
SUN., MON., TUES. Melrose. a daughter, Susan. EUa. assessed penalties according to
of recognition<< ;-and I wish" ,.him Jerry Thomas, alias Wilton 4
July 6. 7, 8 beth. June' 261 all the world in his business. Thomas who'waa also partolman Reid Barrel of the .

.- DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Richard Ray I Ii Strayer Sr; charged .weights division for being overloaded .. ',rh xr
with leaving the scene of an ac ifJ
The Kettles on Old Starling of Lawtey. a son; Rich 120 East Market St. cident. 'in his area which'includes f -::

ard Eugene June 26. Warsaw Ind. y Bradford, Union Baker;Dnval, St. '

MacDonald's Farm Mr.. and Mrs. Herman Nettles -, Impro er,'pa.sS ng charges werebrought. .Johns, Putnam'and Clay counties.In 1I : '
Marjorie Main Parker FeoneDy of'Starke a son.,July; UMr. Letter to the Editor: against Robert Lee Cro- January, $3,263.93 was assessed : ....'.. !'1\.,
Other towns in neighboringstates zier. Patrick Foley; Charles Cal- 25 ," E .:;t. .. ..'
AND and Mrs. Alvin Jerome our ,from trucks; 21 penal- I t #r. ," : '

Escape From Red Rock Bryant of Starke a daughter have enjoyed growth and vin Jackson, James Goodyear ties-in February brought $2,131.15 ,t.. f'
.and William H. Jackson. '
Angela Paulette Jane 26. better living conditions as a re March was' a busy month' with :- '' '''' "
EUene JataserfPlay" I 'xlurcs Tor lax bc. work ,. .
Brian: Dontevy, suit of hav1ng'lowcost federal Cited for being drunk were 29 overloaded trucks assessed a T" T : an"t .tget : ::5 :: .
and Mrs. Carl of
Color. Cartoon for Children Starke.Mr. a daughter. Sandra Df- housing projects constructed. Our Marlon Lee: and' James Bates. total'of 375555. ; !S' : wW f' : ff; athome' perfect for figure'i ';-

Wed., Thur. July 9,10 ane June 28. town too, will enjoy ,a cleanupand Anthony George and Dorothy The business decline. In' April .. O /. / work of every kind; .
grow period when our City held assessments down ,to $1611.9J ,-
-, DOUBLE'FEATUREINTERLUDE Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Earl'Wainwright Her! were charged with' desertion -
enters into better housing pro- ( from 15 violators'and'May Plus Tax ., .
of Starke; a' daughter, grams. and'witholdmg'support, Willie B.Washinlton' saw 23: cited with penalties a- .... .... .\ .." .'' ;- "..

June':AUyson?.Rossano Brazil July 1.WANTED. T say let's urge our'city-council for'passing a worth- mounting to $2,416.50 ., ,

AND Clean Cotton Bags, to,procede with the housing;project less check, James R. Brown for .' I.: I .. .' .,

at the earliest possible date.: -J ... .

Doris Day JULIE Lotus Jo'urdan, Bar- No ,,!Pants .No.Shirts, Most Be Starke has,had a,I housing shortage driving JamesEdward'without Dyal a license and Edgar and TIlE' EIGHT POINT for thewa7' I, BRADFORDCOUNTY TELEGRAPH: :

I q.,Sullivan. Frank Lovejoy dean. Bradford County ,.- since Camp Blending was ; you ;write. Come in and select .' t a
HoyV: Dukes for running stop .' '
Pius: Color Cartoon constructed. There has never been.I yourFountain f&'rutta-.raa..QOK t

i crapJa; .... -t-' enough :adequate'apartuienti..3n.signs Pen. TELEGBAPH.r .,



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.1--._......._.-'-! -,A","-.n.-._. agn._..v'istw.-._-'_1 -_;'-..-,_J.-.-.-.. I ,..--d A. 'tt wu.h or.ri.t. uoU18:=r. WI Receive Degrees .-:'- !I to Poiidi" He said that Some- : lollcvnns confreration'al' tinciri "

: Mrs. W.. S. Slade on WE VIST : J$Screw.ftrmS I Iccmparres' that "require: natural uith chcnslcr; Ru >.il R2.:Jit.j. I

I .. t%. K At ,Univetsify. : I gas, for their processes. because of' The pastoi, n,v. Walter Lee ..
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5 1'4! its cleanliness fine heat
I A, Howell and Mrs. ,' I r ;A .:: control, and church mcrnters invite'eYcryS
I II I Q inhey: of Jacksonyfllfe tail To and,comparatively low cxt": are in, .
,, J;.! o,( ShowContinued I tne. to attend these msp iin3meetings .
visitors of Mrs. 4'1 stone clay and glass group. He and join in the f special

1 f ft, J. 'E predicted that .$43 million worth' singing. .

THE :li::Matthews And da ugh- I [ from Page 1)] r'y' of gas appliances would be sold ..

,..'.. Mrs. W. E. Middletcn n llion sterile hies per week to -a'4S-- P' on the state annually for several !
I' i' MVs. Jones I in .' :be released over C
.- -. Mae -I 50,000 squart years following tile advent cf C4LL FOR BIIIS
Tuesday afternoon. S niles of Korida and a small partif
natural gas.Heilbronn. Sealed bids will be receded. In :
.Mr. and .Mrs. Gene Kuschel ,leltj, Mrs.
and southern
Mrs. David: Paton Georgia. t y the office of Itusirn-Bg Manaser,
lair FcTday for San Diego, Calif,j the John Black of Newark, t',i ;- 'S County Agent (George Huggmtvnd .S SIv' Florida, State Prison. up to and not
where Kuschel will be stationed : _' RevivalS later than 19:00: AM, July 16. 194)1),
MIJ Green oth'er relatives 1 recently 54S Livestock Inspector"Jorge VaJllejuli at wliuh time they will be opened
with. >.)?e Navy, for the next two Mrs. from ,a' weeks'tour of say tha farmers. must. ben Starts Monday for 1 lot Surplus Firearms. Kid
5'ear?, ijnroute they will vis't r.1' with rldi and Mia it. ) uie lookout for th'e 'pest, because ::1 -' rFrazier:. '-- >* % I must Iness be Manager's on form Office secured, P.from II Iu'Holt

It: AT'-Jennings ,in PlanoaJSu; r'I'' Dr. i 1 lair ana"daugh-' it is ne-..ssaryHo Know! 'Hut heson The Heilbronn Baptist Church I' 221 I.aiford.; Florida. Firearmsmay

and.!Jr ;Kuschel, :!i'. In" Gim: .Vr ri?, I IIfinn snrf; H returned Saturday, 4't S where the" Infestation Is in order! *' of revival begins Monday and will I 1-00 be PM inspected and I between I'M. JulY the Sth hoursof only
Robert Clarence Frazier, son
and othe, relatives in Ucj indt I saturat ttiat'rea with the: :continue I Club, Florida ,taLe
o'weejfo"visit, with Mr, to, each evening at 7:30 : at Community
t Moines.and Denver .Mrs... Kuschel.i ifayto ? v Mr. I and 'Mrs; C. J, Fra&er of : Prison. S
: .. N. K. Hurst in Indian- sterile flies: with Rev. Carter speaking 6.6
Graham, recently received ,degree nightly i I It ..
is; the former.Carol I, Jennings.: ,j\ A3-C ; : ,Although the results are already '
; S5SS in mechanical engineeringat ____
Mr.and Mrs. C.'S.: Haddock Met,I,, : W.. T., Saxon of-,-. Fort 5 -'.- 'iramatieafiy succ ssfuf, tooth Hug- th'e University of Florida. He -

family spent the weekend at.. Tecai! .spent last. week with gins and Valldejulf Say there. are r :; #; S
Klngaland, Ca. with relatives, Mr. fr Mrs. Bertha Pe rc." four steps that 'every livestock is employed as a government- .. 'Sc
,. '
Mr.'and lIrs..Waller S. Vander-1.were i joined by their sister, owner iri the county should< taKe.: gineer at Brockley Air Base Mobile : r' : 5:
n .rJr. and daughter, Dawn, ef Lake ( .V. Phillips cf, Lake City, They 'are: nspe t animals tre. .
Decatur, GaH are spending twoweeks Wood T ". if Infestation 19' found,
with another sister Mrs. quently;
.with" Mrs. ,Vanderlip'a' sistefi -- e4d In Vildostd,; Ga. Mrs. ,Abbie, Harley collect 10 worms. ,in a bottle. :ot Aaron ut heson. a 1953 graduate -
r Mrs. Harry Mooty and family. Miss I : da'ys. Counts Grandchildren clean wafer, store iri cool place 'of Bradford High School in i//\\//4 ; 01
.. .. w Starke. in
received a BSA degree
)tfr.: and Mr Henry Godwin of Mtttoff nd Mrs: Luther Addison .. j" .(,. -notify/Huggins or Valldejuli agricultural 'eVoriwfiies
af the
Starke. Mrs. Lola Johnson of U- lntosh. l of Jacksonville spent By Alice McGarvey immediately; treat w ou_ n d,,s
ca1 \ and Mrs. Viola Richards ot with the E. E.Thorntons 'pro pJy'! with ,Et9:335 or smear Diversity of Florida commencement -

Newton.( Kas. spent several days Lake, At a recent meeting'of the Law- t4L{; !keep* .animals_,being ,treated exercises last month- inthinvfiie. :

last week< vacationing at Clear- at the Black of Newark, N. J. is tej, );. Methodist" WSCS.. seI-- 1'.& ova...- I shut; up,until entirely! pealed.. : .
water Beach. station ; in nderl. remarked "I wonder how long Phone ndhibef for County AEentL3 'If: native of" Starke, Hutcheson
vjsi( with his S
Mrs.. W. B. Mundy and daughter, Mrs. iit exf, Mr.: and Mrs:*David .MrSj: ;S)Hafley has: been a !member" fI Starke ?!33'and for Livestock' is the son of Mr ancl Mrs. Cla'Fieice # I i2 ,k w

Jean, spent the weekend in Tampa I of- the. Mi ionary Society? spector, Keystone .'Hligh'fl 2031: Hu t hes& .. He' has" ben accepted -
eral w '/ r jt.was,Mrs. ,A. H [A 2ie.I Harj *.- b'o* iff University's AT HART'SBaby
.wl ere Mrs Mundy attended & Mrs. W. G. .Godwin I ; or': 'write .. 325 &eyvton, .. .' the grad ,
I meant, 6f"cours7 and #< I.1uipij
we ;
dH show. ., of Cleveland! l ; Ohio leythgy ( H igtitt: 1 uat 'scrkwl and is presently at-
Ga. S(Jecidea then.. and. .there. .. to visit I te'nd'mg" the summer 'Session- whtte'
JMrs. Blanche and : vj54.Safiirday iQ'sp two I "
Englander pd
children of Fort Lauderdale spentTw'aday I Bob the A.. j; Thomas cot- I $eraT, her home! in Lawtey and i ;' 'briVer working on' his' master's' *' 'degree. .
was fjnd4 out.The.day. hi agricultural economics.. #L
to Sunday with MiT C.and I : KJnjjsley'!: .Lakeland toyisit: I : ..34 h. I I II
.. Mrs. called *+
.rs.. MKL. Bertha Pcarce we. was a chilly ...I I ". .5. 'Hufcheson arid his wife, the .
EWfam5..! Mt }Henrietta 11i : | -. -L- .-W.---Baldwin.--7.-:=;- -----1 I one, so we sat around a 'comfortable : rieaasiunty: former Lorene Herberlin of Ft;, .. Bed & MattressReg.

H*'t urday d) Mrs.' Jack Waters and : wood, fire, in the dimngroom ,Lauderdale. live at 504 N. E. 4th

...,-. 1 wanne of Waldo'and Mrs. E. 'J. and.talked 0 [ICdntinued 1 from' Page" II, !,Ave. in Gainesville.. .j 31.95 !

Oak. ] Mrs..W..D.'Faxon and Mrs Harley ..is the widow. ,, of "
Alono'H..Hartey who came:fronjouth. Murphree.Possession. i S NOW.. 29.95
:.pt sta'rke. spent last week Rites/ M'ondaf'For '1
I arm I Griffin eottageon Kingsley Carouna: : ; He. .arrived .m of ltre nerve pills: a SIf ..- 40 4

\\Sl rida the !! F1qrJd, as.a: .. young nian to ,worlf member! of the benzedrine family. t. S I

Mr. nh ifips. of with a friend at a Clay County Is illegal accept tinder a doctor'sprescription. Sibley, .
C Smit
have :. ,. \ *iw. mill..Soon!? after that )he.; :!met 1 1A I tinder the operation
the ) MrS were. Sunday' Jbbje ,igs.d it. was. "love at ,Broken Up bt, the arrest of. Dick-I Lotalfedltorju I I'
.,Effle Johns:
267 o Babs;\ Lancet .. ,,5.sight.." They were married erson, thef piQs were-'sold through I .* .a No 4
: has her
TIEATREr"fco6L Mrs. thiS week ps.f as Md-, '/tkc 9 Abbie wasvif.. frucfc stopsto:.trackers to- 'help Walter Sidney Sibley 62, L.: 5, Hi-Back Platform

I,ing ose.of Thivoaeaux.: J 14.I Mrs. Harley had come to th'ePensacola ieefr-them .agke'while driving Stark:? feai StatS mitEr arid Carrying i

.;... COOL; ,Mr.Gables iEdmae Richards of area from North'Car- Dickerson told 'Alstcuha:County I resident of' eWssadi
"Eiiiftvs A Movie Tonicht" ; Mi s: fbs, her' house I Cttoa with her parents whea: mew Sherilf, ,Joe. crevasse, that he made Irospftal: 15 'at rd:i y '

Mr. and her parents 'Mr, and s"ten. Her father W. H. Biggs. ; bout tWQ trip? a :week down' 'U, mbrhmifdire' to complications i ) folbiuie& harg, S NOW .. 19.95 A
OPENING TIME: in the business-' so .S.-3Q1 hi Florida peddling tie pins t' S
; lumber '
:week ; W, Lance,' are spending ; .
Mon.. Jhrough Frl. .j 1:45 P.M.I I. \'isiti 'j 16'i S\m3ay at F man- EI\S. moved around the state a ind clearing about1'$1,100on Ifr:Sibfey w"as born ai Grandin *

Sat., nd Sun. ... ...._. 12:45 ach7. ,B'a'bs "also" _had as ;. mally settling in Clay Coun I each trip.z, r;., .I'nR i. 1f'Jf'2: lltef? aid' was .- .It
ard -'- ..
REGULAR PRICES: I and : : on :Tuesday; Misses, Susan' ((1.S I tate Attorney T. E. Duntan son of the 'late John and Susan Wrought Iron DESK & CHAIR S

Adi ':'Matine. v.ii.i,',.<,!,... 4c I ed the id Bobbie. Noebels of Live "There were. nine of us children has _been= : proceedhig confiscate $fbl 'y. He" was. a member of the '
Adults Evenings, .( .. .,i"'f" SOC 'isi ."* ," Mrs Harl y retlm..I .was the $35,000- truck Dickerson was >Ffrst'lietnod'ist Church bt Starke, Regular 25.95 NOW' 19.95

QhlldMn, All!! Day: } .!U.-: :ri5e; with
Mon. throucfi/Frftjay; : Ssee' are spending the a tot 'of'cookin' and -nursing. I 4 f 1. 'He"lield '* inemb'ersh'ip"" in4Sib 11

Students, '. ." *?.-.,..,{..' .... 25c dale ) with their parents Mr. SIn 'answer""to qaestioris about PATIENTS ADMITTED ] cc T thl.5 l '; Jatks&irville, Oak Porch SWING WITH CHAINS

1 Till 6o9.r.1\1. eySb!3' J. C. Hobbs. her"church work; Mrs. Harley TO BRADFORD COUNTY ira'dfbrd ioage!:rfo. 35 'r. .&. A. Regular 15.95 NOW 12.95 :

--- she" Effie Johns and son Free- |4a1d i "I've beena_._ member of the HOSPITAL ] I.,, and was, a veteran1 World -

SAT. JULY -ONLY her ; Mrs. Willie Mae Judd iiethodist Ladies Aid',, as !ft Use3io" ., .." far I.; S ,

LOOK ,KIDS BE HERE! Ma&l i g Mrs. Carrie! i Smith be: "called, for, 50 years! We JThe following.'? "t 1ts were,admitted *-Besides his wife, Virginia Edwards' ... .._ ..
( : Wednesday. lived orf a farm'where Jones'sfore rr: to Bradford County Hospital Sibley I of Theress'a- 'is .1' ...

CARTOON and Bertha Fuller returned' is rfow. Just south of C-r- (during 'the" .l.a t''week:. _. Survived by a brottterHarmon: ..

CARNIVAL Biah. from two months' "'visit ad1n'e's: I've gone to thurch andSunday. I 1 Wilber;. L. "Mo'btey, Deborah; Sibley, of Lake Geneva. 123 East PHONE

?' son s i in Jay, Okla. and:. ; School as long as I canimember. t ai?}? 'gowles jtrJackicnyUte) ; J Funeral services. wfere held in -5',

PLUS : g, Mo. ." I ack William Goodge,, Cecil Lacy, the First'Methodist Ch rch"Mon- Call I 80Starke

-U patf Lavern Outlaw and. Mrs Now chairman of the 'Committee -.'Dpugla.sv, yida Mae, .Adkins.Isabelle. Aay afternoon .at 4 o'clock with, Street Fla. ,

en and children spent for Missi narf Study of the'I B.. McPherson of.Melrose!. Rev.. DonaldKokomoorjofficiaung. "
BLOOD 'at the Brcwrflee"" cot- Lawtey WSCS. Mrs. Harley has'been i II I14iC111e I Jm'eI! ,:James.F. Moody'.of Burial was in the family plot I 0 -

visit Augustine"Beach. They i both. president and vice Kingsley ,Beach. ,Frankie 'Lou 61 Paran Cemetery near Grandin.. I
ents. o ie4 by their husbands. i president: of' the brg niiatlon. She' S Moody' ofGreen: ; Cove v Springs; with Masonic rites conducted by

I( .... I Mt : has also: been a member, of the Virginia-Finn! of MeroseClifton the Bradford Lodge at the grave- .,

OW I and Mrs. E: Pridger of awtey Methodist Church for '50 E-. Griff,. Mary Lou Starling of Side. S Share.the.ProfltslnSta ,

R S. C., visited the J. years.. Lawtey: Michael 1. Jack Ctavola of f Members of the Board of Stewards I
$ from Sunday through Soon the talk turned to food, MeJrose, Jol 'i Ius:-Wynn: Brpn- of the Methodist Church '

t crest. ; U>_it is apt to do when two: women I a L.' Carney of Raiford. and Deborah Aerved ,as active and honorary ;

'SCOTT BRADY enson ssie Hefferpn of Middle- get together and we started toreminisce Ann Gaither of Jackson pall bearers. '. S :

trz1i : I i..... Ai N. J. is visiting her uncle ', about" !the god. 'things< 1, ville.Alfeo .. .. I t Arrangements were. in chargef ,
at .: Mr. and Mfs. James nat used to be stored in the old- : William Mark Adams, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral T I

selfce- of North* Clark st.' fashioned} smokehouse.. J .. Jofcnijf Henrrftisl Tyfe ot M lttfse.Wi1tI Home.pas. \ ':
Mr. and ilrs. J. L. Cole returned S"When I was 'a girl," Mrs. Harley -,. : m'B'r tiley Jactm'n' f K[ j.tn& -

Miss after- spending i i two weeks recalled, "we would take a day Heighfer'SHirley; &. Thbrriit i;

i- $IIs..m. "'.... ...... ,.....I. Ga. Ohio with their daugh- to. gather. the, 'bullishes.' 'Th d I "\ ..i_It,_Gimt74si' fx: Jam s Dreier. Their son, :what we called tIi'ild scupiJe'fnong 'Coy Cruce, Robert Van Carpenter .

l is spending the' 'summer' grapes. And my mother bf Keystone.. Heights. Julia. Emmapingsovri To Start In Fall Saturday, July 5th -- ONLY!
1 would make the most d Itci6u -
Su!%., Mon.\ July 6, 7iiiiLOR Mr. and will return lIii r. of Rif P rd, .Parhalm. C.Mabry .
and i Watson of Detroit, Mich. .jelly with their juice. She also of Keystone Heights "David [Continued from. Page. 11cision. '
.. '
i made jelly out of peaches, wild J
July the past ten days herewith .
Aljen Thigpen, Susan Rebecca -
The right went all the
r"R pum! and the swamp crab-apple sb way
Mrs.. C. E. Beam, and GeJg r. Jlelen Louise Black,
to the U. S. Supreme Court. NO. 1
too. After the grape juice 'wasstrained $SPECIAL
tICHARD WI MARK -S J Mrs. E.: E., Thornton. of for jelly, the skins and Arlene.Q. Tilfis bf Hawthorn'e, Early this month the court ,..
Ala. home i "
Lak He returned &hejy 'Eirl human. CaMe "E.Finley .
.." pulp were made into delicious. ruled that it would not revieV' -
'm clNlM scoiiI'll C \ air '
on Monday. of r(1.t'1i1s"
I' METSXOLOIi pies." ( Leo'Griffis the case and the Texas company ONLY SIZE 81 X 99 '
hi of Noih has returned 9"6
P. :T., "of 'IWffoVor; Nora Lefe 'Wainw f got
the final
ILLIAWAi 11S i1! ; from St. Hams and bacon were smoked 'Ers! % green light. PEPPERELL SHEETS S
Vincent's Hospital .iiht. 'soLt ol HawthorneWiniam I
and cure'Be;' f .s' There will apparently be
Qi l she underwent hung up to 'ap5icklM : 'L 5 5 no ..
surgery on Liar nce JohnAbfT 'RIt. .
\4 JAM! WADE' / lxi'brine, and frtn'ti; besides I more stumbling blocks since
t ,: ttr lrli f
y of last week. b'N f to1is 0 i ti Usually Sold At 1.98 to 2.25
.M PATRICIA OWENS.Plus .YJ being made into sweet,p'festrve Houston has satisfied the FPC '..
But1erjj'nar Dobbs Sf ''
:-0.. usU1T'IWaij ,' Was'dried in the sun, stored ..,,. .. L't on three main points:
dren ; (; Asks l iri muslin bag's and: hung train, ? 'S I 1. It has enough gas for a long- S 1 59

Slang"Cartoon. July' : ,the'rafters. The fruit was soaked Colored i admissions ...we're. --: Waite ..... it r term supply. WHILE THEY LAST!
in' '
d ; !? ; overnighl before uSrig.L r Perkil1.jt. Lawtey 'Laverne 'J. 2. There is a definite marketin "

: Blitz Mrs. Harley has eight children, rynE, Barbara J ean .q'JaI "of Florida !fbr riatnril' gli- LIMIT. TWOf TO CUSTOMER C

4 ; Jita id grandchildren t twe.snapped" her i i *% Minnie. Qarson ofJajvlhone.jusiejlampton I 3. The company, cda 'ftoince\ -__.S.e ..

'Tues., Wed. July 8:9: Mrs. picture' as 'she was counting Ruby the project. '. a. ._ ,.. ,.. .
fl .J.r"I'lI'" 1'' 1'I\ : a -4 d SI
I ; 1ued, from Hse 11 :tne nJ. and two great grandchil ltha&irM: ?'iheii, of: I > u
and : added: ""The public has a dren. Gainesville. predicted that many \

I son : to have a law enforcement S We made mental note to save I -,' -,. #,' -, '.- a industries _will 1.. .follow j. :f. 'natural' -l'gas-- ; DUrAL NO. 2

'ay- : whicfijs_ready, willing" all..our! .. _coupons from Bollards tr 'PUliT ot' t6Ntth4ck'bO5tikITT -- -:; : I .,. .
: ble to search out athen fl6urt and Sordens ST.tTl.fl.j 1 -- -
; .Octagon! soap qi. 'T..UIK .IN'] JITE'OF;'. ORID.\ ONLYMEN'S REG. $2
Cox.Mr. tr-.t-i cLOSE: OB BUI"ESS .
\ i out vicious .rackets. evaporated milk for"the "Mission :3. 18i8.. '11 ." .

; ,oc sibns, I hear officers. ary Society, 'because : THrsf'Harley: Asuets : 12. SPORT SHIRTS
; Cash balances,wi Ji other banks, Including/ "
on law bemoan what they told us thee,are'sent. to the Methodist reserve DaIancest
and cash items In
; I 1i ; ly consider! -: to be too rigid Children's }Home a'i Enter .. States,Government process obligations of collection, direct: and of' eiiir'anYptrt:0. : ; J"1S.16

they .of ,-evidence which handcuff prise. The coupons have bought oans.and Furniture and discounts.fixtures... t. S f JliJ.Iif.101.1I11"n I SPECIAL 1 1,15

I ve prosecutions. But, sure- many useful things,.for he'1 h6me,! Other aSsets r t ., S ,, \ S > Z1Ofl...........y..%._.%.. CL___ _-" .. ..
: > ] flaunting .of .the law including an .electric. .. refrigerator" ,' TOTAL' Ads S S -. J4. WHILE TiiKY LAST: : H .

; S'PELL ', ton' ,be J justified! ,because of and a bus'. S 1 ** S JI: ."H.p ,
1ts:: of evidence! If a .statute" Born on July 12, 1883, Mrs. LIabIUtI,. LIMIT. TWO TO CUSTOMER. ,
I I .
'. naa n makeS prosecutions more 'Harley declares she' has had a Demand E1Mi5 TadtvrdTia1spTrtnerehips.: "
i If 1t1rs. then all the tmore im- "good and happy"" life. Time deposits of individuals, nrfship8! and cQrporatCons'clrooritlnn 3d.Osii(
:nI! ,1II
flu"WhIeh.is becomes ,the development "t'mgtad we brought our> eight Deposits of United State Government Oncliding
Witch" Car- and .... of Statu postal ">iDS!) 1.II.n
S '
t*oliJcal and| dfficeb BUTi8lon' checks etc.) Ul.InUt:: :I1.U: SPECIAL NO. 3ONLY
'- the of them can getup and con- TOTA DEPO ITS."- ; of t l,11l.21U6

_ j & J am sure ,you. are aware, duct 5a church meeting," she Other, tta1.1I1: i '. t' : : JIIU, :&::
Fri. 10 11 : '
fijir uly
; I 20X40
of of federal gambling proudly: declares. : '. i -
..._.. ,.. TOTALfUABltrflES S lUiJ,300.n '
has recently ..
I in Florida I _ 00
.. 1ect'an outstanding failure the TOWELS
r..iQ'fI" "OM' tain Every state.jind local Capital" S S Caltai *....t. CANNON
covernor.said. 'ullooo.to
:. fty enforcement officer should i SWIM S S S i '
J He added that unless the sheriffs Undivided profits' I liOUo.!
this as a professional :af ,-f S '% .' 357 Value I
are successful in stampingout Reserysd and retirement i accounts for preferred Regular 39c to 49c
capital) :s.ot1i1
...,.\ EiI.i! $$ .. ) .
'the numbers rackets "there
for ; \ 'a racketeer ,bUYs .a TOTAL lalBlUWfcg. : AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTSi 1.30.on.b
undoubtedly will be tremendousuiiuciiiaoiuauic i- : \ t SATURDAY '.CC
-,. ... her : : }. N.g _stamp" it means',. only 5z:2: "_.I;,,';"' _':. A"'_ _.."ft "" '_...". .faw, S Me..raa4a S ,
IU1\, .1:)i>0 S
} :, he is willing \o risk a. t .
tV aM ) SPECIAL! LJ'"a
: the creation of a state police Assets-pfedged or :issigned td .secure liabilities and I
name published n the '
Jiis, loh oUler1'ut'Poee& f
WVU to get the job done." 51,3 U.U .
agency .
and his identity. ex- ; \ LIMIT FOUR TO CUSTOMER

lwY son, ; to. state. and local officers. > ICE OP' TAX EQrAUZVTIOVTh p _.:.t 1.lh : T fiT..Cf.lhl! r. f' the boTe-iiimed basic/ do IOl@mry : ,
: the, City ofStarke. sreajhit t1ji..a"6o\.t' Btemnt U, true, and
risk of : CHr Councilf that it fully and correctly
... .'. .. than l'W.the app e- Florida will meet at the; 'tlprsevlt8 tM tru ;ltate ,of the,.**'"*' matte herein contained and
j1; ; IOIIIIuua1DIDE; Mrs' | ,by the federal author Citr.KalU'tn! the City ClerK's! off 1Ce4 tet S tdrt\1.! t'o.th'.. .best. ot .my knowledge and belief.
'WI on Tuenday, the 15th day ot JUIY u' < I
...... I for failing to buy JL stamp., 'XJJ.. l9S, as a Board of Equalizers Corr.et1-Attest! William S. Terry Cashier. STUMP'SDEPARTMENT
-........ : : is no sound_reaii'hi; '(nr the purpose lof hearing complaints .,{ "5- 5 S :

'an'd eteers ,should,;not! "fear :pur the' Value and receiving of any property testimony. real ait6 S Charley I Pete O. Felos'Leila E. Johns

Pius, '"Roman' Legion ,Hare" m=: { ".and ,county.., Officers just'.as tr pcraonaf or mixed a. fixed tit1 S S. S. Mundy
.1\ E. ,
!the'Tax.AMessor. for the year 19 311, S y. Brinson f S
I Cartoon. hl, f1' fear'Uncle Sam's, S. E. Simmons
of such -
aeainat! the owner or agent.
)!a Governor "declared. property.; 1 1.t. S I Directors. STORES
'; -afe quick to OFFICIAL SEAM : Stite! jtt,FWrfda, County of Br>>llotd. 51:
tfou'll. l See It Betier/at ,the ) : *!: T. 4. .,Haten Jr. Chairman'Pity1CouRfil. i f"',* Sutori'to, :>and'sabscribedbefei% me this i day of July, ins!I.. and
MOVIES and ; : an DtiiQg Jcb done fitv of' Starker* Kit. I Krny< certify that I' dni'ndt *n' officer or director of thllO LSDIo. ,E. CALL ST. PHONE 100
\ their sheriff. but likewise; Carl. J"&hnt.,. City: CierK City ot'' SEAt) Margaret '"3. M.lA-r. Xoliry Public State of Floff a. ___ I
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I&j' I -+ = 4 St.rIt6Put., -- D4lgnntin e1plt AsSrU U;,."1. "'':':' : 'fi. & ji. u -
aTqutck" a
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-. la Re: Estate; uFrankliaCHoI-. i from the date of the first publication T1CE! OK PH0BVTK '.
Shooting CasesIn Police Car Bid HngswoTth-, deceased"*** of this notice to appear in this Court T. All P......... Utrr*.trd J It..
NOTICETO and show causer if any you can why Estate .f Said DeredeMr
Starke Stores Offer : All creditors and other persons the action of this Court in admittingsaid You are'hereby notified that a written .
Mayor's Court having an interest in the Estate of Will to probate should not stand Instrument purporting to be
Franklin C. Hollingsworth, beceased.
the last will and testament of said
Nets You are hereby notified that James unrevoked.Theron
Controversy A. Yawn. decedent has been admitted t4)>Jlro.

Mayor Jackson's office was .rearranged F.date Hollingsworth filedhisa'ounting'ln, Executor the en above tills Flortla.County Judge, Bradford County, bate commanded in this court.within You six are calendar ire-
for Mayor's 1 1I I named estate with the County Judgeof months from the 'date ,of thfr Urn
ton4' ;r I (OFFICIAL SEAL) '
Bradford County. Florida said
i' I, Starke, is getting a new Ford First publication on June 19, 1958. publication of this notice to ap.
embraces aU of the
accounting as'sets ,
court' with seats lined up facing i'I I | In this court and show cause
I .t.Il .e aP .3 Special car, despite local controversy -!I' income and disbursements for Gilt 4t7110. if pear any you can, why the action ot
the1 Mayor's desk in approvedcourtroom ---- .e '' the period from June 3, iSiS, through ,said will
over the bidding at Tuesday .1.1I I this court In admitting .
rt June 17, 1958. I. The Cenit7 Judges Court 1.I to probate should not etasd unrevoked.
:.styl ., : night's City Council meeting. You are further notified'.that if And For Bradford Coiicty. Flat- .

Appearing: in court on three Terwillegar Motors. local Ford I you have or any to objections'any item to-cents said ined accounting IN Ida.RE: ESTATE OF I sl| Theron A. Yawn County Judge

charges, of .carrying a''concealed dealer got the nod for providinga ." therein. such oblectiona must filed ANNIE P. SCHOFIKLD! First pubic*t Ion on June !5. ,1958,
with the Court and a ropy thereof 7-17
new 1958 Police Special with a deceased. II-U 4t
weapon? disorderly conduct and serveu upon the attorneys for- the
discharging L'firearms was Jim bid 'lof $1754.87. This represented Executor within thirty. (iu) I days crso
frho. nnlv hiri .fnr. tha. c""pi..1. pqp. lit awnuntin? will stand anorovfd
c mmIn *V> ****'J ***** fcJJV-"*** V- I '
Negro, Cummings
Datthi Uth 'd y'ofJuni 195$.
pleaded( guilty to all three cQunts as was'specified by the city. Other Norman J. Smithof .
Shore the Profits In Star
and bids. :although $200 lower were Bates. McGowan & Jones
was fined $52 on each of the P.'O Box
for ,
first- wo apd $102 en the latter for standard passenger. cars and 396 Gainesville Flenda.I '

charge. Alternate to the fine'was not the special-built model. I C27-4t| 717| I 'I'

a' total of '40 days work on the The Pollee'Ford includes heavy i -;; -
duty suspension and clutch, a NOTICE DEFEND .
city' streets: !. CIll'uU'COilrt. Bradford Con&ty ,.' \ % e
300-hp engine etc. Florida IB Chantery. ?
Cummlngs I 4 < -
said the shooting,
After acceptance cf .this bid. Julia Buda Williams. Plaintiff, vs.
which.put two women bystanders William Henry WiUams, Defendant
In the A special 5th of July sales event I I lington's will give' special prizes event will be climaxed at 5'p. m. H. A., [Buddy] Bishop, Jr., of Caw No.' U.Gili
hospital was the outcomeof
: "
accompanied by "a snower of $5 during the afternoon, and the with the award of $75 in cash, Jackson & Bishop Used Cars, who f NOTICE TO APPEAB
another negro "bothering his To: William Henry Williams.
sister." The other man was in bills," is announced for this Saturday instead of the usual $50. had submitted the' lowest bid of whose residence and address is: 17
$1560 for standard model tele- :Master Street Franklin.. J. July 5th Weekend Specials!
I than 20 Harry Elrod Jr. chairman of
the:custody of the.sheritf". de- In Starke by more BE SURE TO ATTEND You are hereby* notified that a suit
partment.' cooperating, merchants. the Retail !Merchants Assn., an- phoned that he could provide the for divorce has been filed -.againstyou
OF Special Police Ford for the same in the above named Court 'and
nounces that the extra $25 will be
Another case. of shooting was the slogan, "Go where .
cause and you are hereby required to Doll
figure, $1560 but was turned down Baby
not.brought to, trial when it was you will on the 4th of July but given away at "$5 a clip" and will serve a copy of your 'answer' or Ladies'

determined that a' little negro celebrate the 5th .In Starke," the $5 BILLSIn go to five persons actually in the by Bishop''proposed.the council. re-opening of pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the complaint Tanzler. &on Mad-the

girl, had discharged a rifle accidentally local stores are offering outstanding .crowd at Bullington's at 5 p. m. dox 109 Law Exchange Building, DUSTERS SHORTI.PJ'sDrip.Dry
and the father of the values in an effort to do "two Everyone is invited to come out bidding due to a misinterpretation Jacksonville 2, Florida: and file 'the
of the advertisement for bids original in the ffice of the Clerk of
addition to regular $50 and join in the' fun.
child promIec1t9 have the window days' business in one followingthe the Circuit Court on or before the 21 Cotton and GOWNSby
which stipulated "Police Special
which was broken, repaired. Friday holiday. Cash Prizes, Five $5 Bills Mrs. Earl Mcsley of Lawtey was a day of July 1958.; otherwise the
with a minimum of 200 hp. allegations of said Complaint will betaken
Two other defendants apppeared -, Scene of festivities will be in will be given away to per announced as winner of the. second He later said that the Special is as confesed by you. Drip-Dry Cotton Batiste
in IN THE CROWD at prize of $15 at the Shoppor- This notice shall be pubIhhod..onca "KAY EVANS"Boy's
court. W. L. Lyons was front of Bullington's Studio & sons
available only with a 300 hp engine each week for four consecutive weeksin
charged with reckless driving and Gift Shop on West Call Street the Shopportunity Partyon tunity event of June 27. Mrs. and his bid for a Custom the Bradford County Telegraph. 1.79 ea. or

fainre| to have his vehicle under where proceedings will be broad- West Call St. Saturday, Elizabeth Noegel won the $10 300 included a 200 hp powerplant. Dated this 13 day of June, 1958.
control. causing ah accident. He cast from the portable studio of third prize and the first prize of ( ..
July 5.Natural. According to Bishop, this contra- CHARLES A. DARBY 1.98 FOR
pleaded guilty and was fined WRGR starting at 2 p. m. Bull- $25 is'still unclaimed. dicts the request for a Police By Clerk Marian of the L. Circuit Crosby,Court 2 $3

$192. His insurance covered the Special which is available only Deputy Clerk.
damage to 'the other car which IB The County Judce'i Court Of "
with the larger engine. It was on Short Sleeve

was estimated at $1200. Negro Charged Postal Receipts this basis, that he made his request Bradford RE: Estate County.of FloridaIN Catherine Teare. Ladies Famous Brand
"Fer PUblic'Intoxication Gas.
J. T. he said, but was turned Deceased. ,

Monds. who pleaded guilty, was With Assault Show Nice Gain down by the councilmen because REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO SPORT SHIRTS SWIM SUITS

fined $37 or 7 days. bids were already opened and decided Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

Those who did not appear and Gets Go Signal upon and they would not reopen under the provisions of By Blue Bell '
After Over 57 Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts Wide Selection of
forfeited bond were: Lex Dyess, ShootingJim FiguresThe them. '>f 1941. will register with the Clerk Dan River Wrinkle-Sheds < ,

reckless driving, bond $37; Paul Bishop contended that he could of the Circuit Court in and for Brad. Styles & ColorsREDUCED

E. Gillinwater. running a red Cummings, 21-year-old From High CourtThe Starke Post Office increased get the city the same car for ford proof County of publication Florida, upon of this receipt notice of Our Reg. 1.98 -

light bond $12; Herman White, Pleasant Grove Negro, is free on its receipts by 6818.39 over $1560 which would, save the city he fictitious name of. Bradford Sh. AT
Repairs under which I am engagedin SPECIAL
f h.ting" bond $37;; Jack Harold $1500 bond after being charged last year, according to the first about $200 on the identical car. business at 128 Court Street. UP TO 40%

Manning, reckless driving bond with assault with intent to kill. Supreme Court has given months' report. by PostmasterG. Billy Dowling Jackson and Starke, Florida. ..

$37; Winnie McGowen..4 running The charge grew out of a shoot- the green light to. a. 1150 million J. McGriff Jr. Bishop salesman. yesterday stated Street. Audrey Starke Harrington Fla. sole 126 owner. Court

a'red light. bond $12: and Ralph ing Saturday about midnight that natural gas project that will pipe From January 18 through 'June that the Police Special cost only Dated this 16th day of June. A. D. 1.00 3.8S to 12-95

Kenneth Burdick*, running. a red put Ruby Smith and Suzy Hamp- gas, through Bradford County en- 28 of I this year, receipts totaled $98 more than a standard model Florida.1958 at Starke Bradford'6119, County 4t 710|

light, bond12. ton both of Reno in Bradford rcute to other sections of Florida. 5459379. The same period last and could be provided for that -

County Hospital. One was shot in That means this area should have year produced only $47,775.40.The much additional to their bid. NOTICE OF PROBATETo

the thigh and the other, in the natural gas service within an- largest increase came dur- Other submitted bids were from all persons interested in the

,. II Ill 111, other year. ing May, 12.4 per cent. The only Noegel Brothers Used Cars and estate of said decedent: STORES
You are hereby notified that a
/COT hip.Cummings admitted pulling the Opposition to the: huge pipeline decrease was February's 2.4 per Snow Chevrolet.As written instrument purporting to be I

trigger that fired the gun but project was voiced by The Florida cent. it now stands, there will be the Last Will and Testament of said I EAGLE
has been admitted to probate
would say no more. It was reported Economic Advisory Council, an McGriff reported that the. post no further action by the councU. decedent hi this Court. You are hereby commanded I 111 E. CalrSt

SUMMER COLi that he was shooting at association of fuel oil carriers and office will close tomorrow July As city. council 'chairman Clifford within six calendar months I Starke Fla.

Reno Negro Robert Williams and distributors ,who opposed the application 4, all day.pressor Hazen' said "Starke has boughta

TAKE- 4uuu.u'ggg missed, hitting the women. Also before,the Federal Pow. police car and is. getting whatit

it was stated that he was scuff- er Commission.. station will be, located in wanted." '. '::::::::: :::::: W ; -

\ for ling ,with someone else over the This group failed in their effort Bradford. County. with TheBoard :ot Public Instructionof : ;:r::::. : -

sympa.Juu to halt the authorization; but sue. Coastal' Corporation Wilt build Bradford ,County Florida/ accordance .:::
gun.Chief Sweat is Investigating with' the acceptedbid and Sell It Rent h Trade it
REUEF Deputy.Riley ceeded in delaying the project for I the line from Texas to Baton give a -contract 1I"r"fV hnnd .satisfactory -
the incident, after perhaps*a year. touge/La. and Houston' will continue to !fald' Board' in an amount
equal to.one hundred cent of ,the
Cummings was' turned over to The natural gas line will be the line the rest'of the way. contract price. jr. : .j

County authorities by the,Starke built through this area by Houston Total ,length. will" be' aIbout 1,500 No bidder. may -wIthdraw his bid ITH, A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
for of fifteen
after the
a period days. :
.- 4. I police who picked him up. Texas Gas & Oil Corp., and a cornt miles. : date I'etforthe opening thereof.
t -' '. -- ',T*. E: Stanley, president ,of Ihe AU wr>rk shall be done In accordance --::;

rr- r'c: Houston Corp., 'has estimated fiat with specifications. and' 'otherI.nntrQpt WORDS OR I.F.S9. 0.. I..*r le. ('HI.I... Charge _,? .y|
-- i1/w mtarAlntivA tHavotAwhich
"'. ... I'- construction of the pipeline from :- ';'ab;tini'obtained'after; *June 16. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 24 -__ ,____,_' 4. Per Wr

Texas to Miami Will provide employment ; from the office of Ebaugh&; Goethe, 20,% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT IM8ERTIOS9 SAME AD
Consulting: Engineers,. Gainesville. ZS. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANClt
for more than 3,100 perSons -
Florida. No deposits are required for -
:in Florida alone. Re Said such specfications.,and forms for bid-
ding.' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ $I.5 Per lack First Uiertiel
... the two companies plan tan annual '
S ,." ,
Bidders qualifications must be 1.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
payroll of nearty four million dollars satisfactory! to the Board of Public
and a roster of '<97'employees Instruction of' Bradford County In stew about CARDS OP THANK (U> To BO Words) ---___ ___ 12M
t : Florida.. a OVER: BO WORDS _____h__________ 4 Ce ts Per Word t
I 1T when 'the .system, is coifipTfcted. The Board ef Public Instruction of

S UNLAWFUL Original 'plans called for work Bradford County, Florida, reserves insurance problems? MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS __.:____ 4 CtBU F.r Wtrt
the to bid In
right accept any .which _
to start on the line in time for heir opinion appears to he in the '. ,u
I' completion this.: fall.- Litigation beet public Interest. The Board fur- Let us come: to FOR SALE-For balance due on FOR SALU;-Fenta process treated
f however, tor lier reserves the Tight to.waive any bank contracts some TV sets like I'' fence posts. 4 miles North on :Sill
delayed, the project. nformaUtles in any bid and. to reject new, Westinghouse and : GreE'nI: tiakken Post Co. ifcti*
T possibly a year. Houston officials any or all bids. the rescue! Dahmers Gift Shoppe. t.merson'j ,
estimate that one will be re. The Board of Public Instructionof WE HAVE a new loan program for
year .
FOR SALE Plnehaven two bed.
$1 'FiAiiy' Person Persons to Engage quired to build, the huge pipeline. Bradford County, Florida.By room house. Monthly payments Mi- farmers. Loans ot 1 to t years
or Harmon Morgan, Secretary. Policyholderj can always Best offer takes equity. Doris for the entire credit requirements
6127-St |
.. to give top Stewart. 158after. fa p.m. or Box of the farmer and bla family.
on us .
covn: { Galneevllle Production Credit!
424 Starke. 3tp 73|
Rites He Tuesday The County J.fcsrt Court In Aftd 'pri rity.to their insurance Association, CO Horth Main
: For Bradford <'A8.ty. .FloridaIN FOR REXT-Furnished first floor Gainesville, Fla. tfcbff
Business Under A Fictitious Name Whether
: For Dr. MorrisDr. RR: ESTATE OK problems- apartments. Close in desirable lo .,..
ANNIE P. SCHOFIELD it's an emergency or justa cation. All conveniences. W. H. RADIOS REPAIRED'
Frank Morris 87 a retired i deceased.NOTICE TO CREDITOR! request for advice-we tollman, 228V.. Madson St. tfcng AU Make AU M.4l*

dentist formerly of New York, All creditors of the estate of Annie I respond to your call with FOR RENT-Three bedroom house teas..mab!. Charges ...ar..te"1IH.PHERO'S

The Name P. Schofield deceased are hereby 3 miles from City Limits 1 acre ...... RADIO A TV
Is Pen-
Registered u died at the Memorial Clinic, notified and required to file anyclaims swift helpful senice.H land. JI5 per month. Available 228 W.!Call St.Greta, OwBer

; . : ney Farms Monday morning or demands which/they may July 1. Call 533-L or see Blue I'lLFOR Facie U9gtarke.
have said estate In the office
House on right Highway 100. Itchg _
after an illness of several months. of Bradford .
of the county Judge
..,- L t., He was born in New Jersey Sept. County Florida." In the courthouse C. Wall AgencyPhone FOR RALE-2 bedroom frame house SALE.- 14 In x II ft steel
j .. .-_ -.., .. .:;"." .. '. '., his homeat at Starke. Florida. within on 137H' x 230* lot. J. C. Laura- culvert pipe. |1.25 ft. ALSO Build.
S t. 23 .1869 and had made
: ,' ''' eight calendar months from the more, 334 St. 'lair St. !tJl 7-3 Ing Iota for sale !. 8 nth Gate
: .1 .. <,f''of Park of The Palms Keystone date of the first publication of this Subdivision. Low down payment.
/: **< :. .' notice. Each claim or demand must : 146 Tie. Low monthly payments. BILLY
Heights for many
be. In" wltinff and must state the JACKSON Phone 165, c/o Central
.. is survived by a son, Dr. place or. residence and post office 200 E. Call amount or type. Contact A. H. Har- Truck Lines.
: Street tfchc
: :: Read This Florida Law address (of the claimant and must ley Hwy 16. or S. R. Marco 481-J. _
of Bayshore
Ralph G. Morris be sworn to by the claimant. his 219, 283-Y. 4tchg 7-17
Long Island agent or his attorney or it will Starke,Fla. ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment *
become void according to law. for rent. Phone 165 W.. T.
: Funeral services were held In June 25. 1S5S.g .- FOR RENT-4 room furnished Jackson. tfch'g
"It' shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined hush* Ie the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, | Ollle .Kendrlck.Execitof .- house. Also partly furnished Uu-
entice in business herein defined at 10:30 m. Tuesday of the Estate of Annie RepresentiflgtheHartford nlex newly decorated. 204 !S.: Water GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitation
as under fictitious Starke a. .
name as herein defined P.: Schofield.; dE''t'aIf'.a.First St. Up with double envelopes 109
without and unless said fictitious with Rev. J.. T., Tompkins of publication' June 26, I9a8. Fire I for $%1.95. Bradford County Tete-
muhe shall be registered with the ficiating. 6-26 4t 7-17 FOR SALE-Lovely 3 bedroom, Z graph tf

derjf of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of'business Following services here, the .. The County Judct'i: Court. In Aad I Insuranc Company, \ tile dining baths room, large, all living electric room.kitchen large, SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for

Is with registration Rockville Cen- 'For Bradford CoantFlorida.. IB large utility room with built-in cab- Sale. Guy Andrew., Phone 313 or
consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affldarU body was sent to Probate. inets. Write P. O. Box 1 Starke.. / 3$7-W. Uclle
ter for burial in the family plotin Fla. Ito
signed by all interested persons slating under'oath the of Announcing the
names Greenfield Cemetery at Hemp. opening or URc

all 1! thee interested in .the business enterprise, the extent of the in- stead. N. Y. byJackHrnizm By LAKEVIEW week. fish BEACH, swim COTTAGKS picnic. Phone all Building types,Supplies.windows, doors Used,lumber plumbing of,

terttt of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried ThefJthig&rptures_ Command Kahr Waldo, Box HO COS 8-2552., Earleton.' Mrs.Kla.Maude benches used tin, Ideal roofing.for any Used outdoor Cypress use
NORTH SIDE Fifteenth Anniversary Air Training. 4tp 7-17 $1.00 per ft.. 8 to lz lonl' Phone>
.en.' registration' may not be made until the person or persons desiringto BAPTIST CHURCH 1(5.v.: T. Jackson Transfer 'c/o

engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised'bEe or Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn ; KINGSLEV LAKE LOTS Central Track Lines tfcbc

...... lot. .. Writ shore .f Lake. FOR RENT-Nice Z bedroom 'home
heir intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training .Near the Hlrkle Briarh FUhlicGrotixU in Klngsley Village section. Known

(f4)' Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship mni ....neU.. beach far as Cecil Tabot house. Nice int.
) consecutive weeks in
some newspaper as defined. by law in'the. countywhere 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting vtlwnlig aid boiling. The flr tfhitlef Call W 'to nee. $50 month.

'said registration is to be made, and said registration fhaU not W Wednesday. 1:30: p. m. Everyone .,. 9tle I**year. sad If term jam available met ...w.SI. at. i Itch*J

accepted by ,the clerk of the circuit court welcome.-Rev. Gerald Suggs, pas t4' : OUT 1tlff. I WANTED-Maid for general hon0t.
except upon receiTing proof of tor. keeping.. Apply El: Rancho Motel
sueh publication. FLORIDA REALTY' CO. Itcng
4W'x .
OF STARKE FOR SAL -% LP Gas Trailer"
.HEILBRONN M1s&jOiARYBAPTIST Iii N. WaUat St. TeL 383SUrke Tank 'and regulating equipment.
CHUBCH JXA PlorUa Phone 145. 2tp T-1U

If you are'.engaged in business under any name Sunday Sdu* its ai: m. Morn FOR RENT-4''; room unfurnished

ing Worship, 11 a. m. :Evening FOR SALE-1953 Buick Z door'Super" house, 4 miles from Starke on Kai-
j Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training hardtop, heater defroster ford P.d. Rodman UnderhilL lip
tinted glass 4 new tires. Priced
Union (Sundays) .6:30 p. m. MidWeek right. Nothng down to responsible FOR SALb-Baby bed and rollaway -

other than. your own, and have not had this name 7:30 Prayer Meeting. Wednes party.see. Call Harry Rabb .at 14S Itcng to 417-W.bed. 517* N/ Water- : St. Phone ltD

day pan. '. -
FOR RENT-Adults only. First FOR SALE-Mate and Female bait
CALL FOR BIDS class first floor apartment. Two cur half Fist pups. Make good
advertised and will NOTICE TO BEATING beds private entrance garage T. squfrrelers. Ready July Ta. Price

properly) registered, we be CONTRACTORS Starke. Flerlda V.N. Church aerial St.convenient location. 1ZS Itp 15. Mrs.. Durham- Rt. r. EDithF.Starke. Itp.

1 Sealed bids wllh be received by the
I Board of Public Instruction of Brad. FOR SALE-Westlnghouce refrlger'ator
glad to give all Information to ford County Florida at the office automatic defroster. II cu ft.
you necessary as of the Superintendent of Public Instruction HELP WANTED FEMALE and washer Westinghouse late .models.Tumbler Electric stove.type

In Starke, Florida, up to IB A mature cultured woman for managerial Will sell at Bargains all or' sep
a. m, E. s. T.. Monday. July 21.
position an excellent business arate. Fee at Mlddlebnrg. Kla; any.
1958..at which time and place all bids opportunity with International time. Emerson Fuller Ind house
WhatYDO'should received will be publicly opened andrea company dealing In services. past Post Office, white picket
aloud for furnishing all mater- Thorough training. Car. Write 1". fence. -' Up
ials and labor necessary and incidental jrj; O. Box In.l". Starke, Ma. :
to the installation of a. new Itp FOR SALE-4 lots high sod dry.
t': boiler in the Bradford County High W T O TFIXE : clean and shady no till In. Also
School, Starke Florida. OF THE MOST MIW SHAU. C i 2 acre timber plot. Frank W.
BRADFORD Each bid must be accompanied bya MAX OR WOMAN-to take over Thomas old Lake Butler Koad. 'i
i COUNTY TELEGRAPR certified check or bid bond in the route of established; customers in mil West, of Court House. itp
.l. amount of five per cent of the base Starke. Weekly profits of $50.00 or i
bid as guarantee that the bidder, if more at start possible. No car or POUND-White and ,$lack spottef
Awarded the contract. will. within other Investment necessary. Will help hound. ,,Al ored male 'bird dot:
,- __i' ten consecutive calendar days after you get started. Write C. R. Ruble. ouppv. Owner may have by paying
g!! l 'w---' : written notice be riven of such DepL 7-1. The J. R. Watkins Company I board and advertising costs. Contact
members of the Madison Church
Sponsored by itCh
: award enter into written contract Memphis 2, Tena.. Itp City Police |


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M. M. Sargent, was chosen"to at- t vnT74. YT1rmVFLORAHOME-

No Solution Seen As Yet tend the Annual Boys State at ; c7'r X !

Tallahassee last week. Benny Williams ti1iEt11
of Starke was the other of ,

Brooklyn Watershed Termed 'Gamble'Help Bradford the two students County and chosen sponsoredby from AND GRANDJINAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' '

I the Rotary Club, and the American -'

controlling Florahome Hill at a cost of approximately Legion' Young Maxwellwas Mrs. H. B. ,Crensfi'a w an Mrs. _

flood conditions, but little pros- $65.000; or establish a smaller ..- -,. .,.'-" chosen as'a' representative" William McGrath are in Boston
t and ''presented 'a bill for havinga to attend the wedding of their
little of 8.000 acre-feet, with a ; '
pect fcr relief of the "too area .
water" situation 'at Lake Brooklyn 'five-foot structure, at a cost of i ,; '.>'"..i....';";".'-"... ''..: canal dug from Magnolia Laketo nephew Alan Robertson.Miss r of
tt : feed Lake Brooklyn, and other
was offered residents of those around $25,000 it was said. How- .,: Marian Roessel of Philadelphia -
areas at last Thursday's Soil Con- ever, all costs would have to be : lakes in ,the, area. and Miss Kay Drake ',are 2
servation meeting held in, the met without Federal aid and be- 4 ss. v M Maxwell reports that he was visiting Mr. and''Mrs. T. L. Drqke I ,- 't I"

First Baptist Church, 5ta ke. I cause of the sandy nature of the I much impressed' with the high this week'while Camp Q the ;?U- -
Creation cf a watershed to replenish 'soil, the water level might not be s q a type of boys attending and with wannee is closed for the July holi _

draught-lowered Brooklynwas maintained after completion oi the activities generally high tone of all the days ., ,

termed 'a "gamble" by H. T. the werk.i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin of
Pawlikowskis Are Dinner Hosts
Stanley, assistant state soil con- i In summing up the Lake \ Tampa called on'friends in Flora- t Ms
A'dinner held outdoors at the
servationist. He told the group I Brooklyn situation, Stanley remarked A'4 i Pawlikowski home on Tuesday heme as they passed through : on ,t ::1 1r ,
from Bradford, Clay,.and Putnam that "The more we iI their vacation trip' to the Smoky '
evening 'honored Mr. C. Ivey : _
counties that the feasibility of confused the Mountains. "
learn, the more
I ,. .
Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ____
the upper part of the proposed becomes." The strangest __ ':;' -
picture '-- Mr,.Barney Dillard,Sr. cf Astor-
Platt. Mr. Smith is the
watershed, designed to maintainthe part of the matter he pointed manager",of the du Pont Plant on-the-5t. Johns,has been a guest.I -Kt.:ystJNt: : LIONS INSTALL ,OFFICERS .

level of Brooklyn Geneva out that while the three upper Watson Installed .y Slaughter r Speaks technical, Members of of his daughter, Mrs. T. L. Drake
and Keystone lakes was "sad. lakes are in sandy terrain, they group. for the past four' days. William Beam f second, from,, tamer and Corbett Terrell and

He, added, however, that the low- have maintained. steadier water At Rotary Ladies Night plant's guests, for technicalgroup the affair were Mr; and Mrs. Howard Young Sr. left] was installed as president of,I..Tommy' Milligan.., directors.
er end of the watershed, which level, than the next three lower have their son-ui-law the keystone Heights Lions Club! Joe and Rosemary Daurer pro-
would protect the Florahome area lakes Brooklyn Geneva, and At left: President Watson Dr. Frank Slaughter, noted Party .For Clint Two Denny Who and Are Mrs.LeavingMrs. Wil- and daughter as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Klintz Mon., June 23, during a family: vided the entertainment, delighting .

from flooding, was more feasible. Keystone. Hardenburgh .passes the ravel author and part-time Keystone liam of Allentown, Pa. dinner at the Garden Restaurant the guests with unperson.
According to D. H. Esry, chief.' Stanley also said that the to the new president Al Watson resident who addressed coffee were honor guestsat in Starke. Retiring president A.I ations pantomime, ventriloquism
a party on Tuesday Friday night '
of the SCS Watershed Planning at Installation of commencement E. "Bud" Anthony turned the tricks '
card etc,9District
smartest thing the local people stone Club the club on this occasionPhotos morning June 24. Mrs. C. L. Tol- exercises marked the closing of .
Rotary Kef-\
Party, channel structures can be have done was to enlist the services \ ford and Mrs. Frank Ilgen were gavel over to him. governor Harry C. El-
built In the eastern part of Flora- last Fridays night At : by Myron Prevatt. : the vacation Bible School at Par-
of the geological team now the hostess at the home of the Other officers include: E. E. rod [left, above] and international
home at a cost of from $30,00 to working in this area. This projectis ................................................. atter. an Baptist Church. "Gene" Williams, vice president counciler -H.".A_, "Tony" Reaves
$40,000. to control flow of water a four-year job but they hopeto Twenty-five 'guests called during Major James Sykes and family, [right] were present at the meet
Edward Bleha, secretary, John
out of the area and a 2,800 acre- have an interim report for the KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS the morning and each honoree of Augusta, Ga are visiting Mr.
feet storage area can be built next legislative session. was presented with a giftas Sykes' parents, Mr. and Mrs H. Camp, treasurer, Frank Jones, ing.The 'Lions meet in Keystone
north of Grandin at a cost of Rep. Saunders and Sen. Tom a token of the occasion. B. tail-twister, Tommy Dasher ,lion- every second and fourth Monday.
about 20000. Because these By Mrs. J. Russell Young4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ' Sykes.
Adams, both of whom attendedthe Brider: Elects Given Shower
structures would control water
meeting, asked that the Soil Miss Ann Cox, whose marriageto KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
for agriculture purposes the fed-
Conservation Service maintainthe Floyd D. Baker' will be an
eral government would pay 44 Van Carpenter Accident Victim ing of the Community Church .
present priority of the work event of July l 11 was guest of honor Women's, Children's, Clothing! .& Shoes
and one-half per cent of the here. As a memento of the occasion -
with the hope that further in- A Iik 1g'accident on Lake at a shower held on Friday
cost it was said. formationmight be forthcomingand Brooklyn late Sunday'afternoon each Rotarian was given a evening in the Educational Building 1 SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
But the report on the up- booklet with a brief biography of
might change the picture resulted in a dislocated hip for of the.'First Baptist Church.
per; part of the Etonia( Creek sufficiently to warrant the work Van Carpenter; son of Mrs. W. every Rotarian important anniversaries Mrs. Anthony Baker, hostess, Keystone Heights Lucile; Foster, Owner
basin, which includes Lake ,' ,family members and EVERYTHING YOU
being done on the Lake Brooklyn G. Carpenter of Keystone Heights. was 'assisted in caring for the .
Brooklyn :was less encouraging. problem.In Carpenter was taken to the Brad- names. guests by Miss Louise 'Miller and NEED.

Stanley said it could not qualify discussion of another pos- ford County Hospital 'in' an am- The dinner was served by a Mrs. .Ouy Gifford. LIVE BAIT BOATS TUCKER 'FABRIC SHOP
for) Federal assistance and sug- fall from committee of the Community ;
sible solution to the problem the bulance 'following his A color scheme of pink and
gested that any efforts to'solve cost of routing the water from skis He was'visiting at the Parkes Church women. white was carried out, in the de- COTTAGESRUTLEDGE'S N. Custom Made Draperies, Slip Covers, .

the problem await the findingsof Santa Fe to Brooklyn was discarded family home on Lake Brooklyn at Mrs. Frank Walrath in. the corations. ,Pink gladioli 'were arranged Upholstery .

the four-year geological survey as prohibitive, being I the time ,of the accident. former Bobbe Bastedo, sang a throughout the rooms. 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn Special Prices on Cypress and Aluminum.
now in progress. Also it was estimated at a minimum of P. C. Mabry Injures KneeA group of songs, including "Can't Games were enjoyed and refreshments Lawn Furniture

pointed out,' that with the pre- $390,000.One gasoline trucked,rolled into P. Help Singing", "September Song" of cake and punch I Route 100 Keystone Heights Phone 2861.

sent knowledge of soil and water possibility expressed as to. C. Mabry as he was working on and "With A Song In My Hearf. [Continue. On Next Page] ,
the''area $
conditions of suggested why Brooklyn has lost so muchof the front'end of a car at Burton's This'popular young singer charmed -

methods, of controlling water .its water was the theory that Garage orT Monday-morning., The her audience. She was' accompanied -
levels )in the upper lakes could in truck, pinned Mr. Mabry by Mrs J. Russell
the lake, like some others moving ..
be be successful. I
not assumed to '
Florida, might from time to time between the car and truck Young.Dr. .
Party geologist L. O. Rowland "blow its bottom. The speaker crushing his 'knee. He was rtakento Frank i Slaughter brought \ tOOK OB m THotpoinl'

said that test borings on the said that in cases of this kind a Bradford County Hospital in the evening to a fine climax'with

shores of Blue Pond, Sand HID.and" -" hole in the bottom of, a lake I a' car by his wife: Extent of "injury his talk on the "long'term" benefits DIFFERENCE!

,Magnolia showed sand to a might become unclogged, permit-! had not been,ascertained at and the "short term" losses
depth' bf 50' feet. He also'ttated ting ,water to escape underground' this writing. experienced by living up to 'one's u.vY

that the rate of flow out of Blue until the clogging process starts News From .MeD ..;,& ..L ** belief in Tight and good. He cited
Pond is.!,7'cnbici'.feet'peR.second< again: -' Score orthelftmosphere1, old instances from ancient times' and

out of Magnolia 3.5. but by the When asked what action Lake Mexico, with its.ancient:heritage, brought the idea up to date with

time,the, water ..reaches Brooklynit Brooklyn Association will take in comes to light through 'an article current events and some ways (in
has diminished to 1.7 cubic face of this discouraging report received here by your'correSpondent -I which this'' principal- hasworkedout ,

feet. Since ground water shouldbe _President.__.__n. Carl__n Games said_____, from Mr. O.,.E,,Wiggins, who in his_ own life.
picked up along the way increasing "Well keep right on with our ef- with Mr.. Jess Lewis touring in I Ray Maxwell Goes To,Boys Stall

the flow'rather than I forts." He said that prison laboris I Mexico this summer. Mr. Wig- Ray ,Maxwell, grandson of, Mrs: I
diminishing it, the theory is that' scheduled to begin work soon gins' letter says they have seen 0

seepage i through the sand- accounts on cleaning out' the channel of museums. art galleries ,and cul-
for the water loss. Gator Creek, carrying overflow tural centers,' but that much remains -

It would be possible to build water from Magnolia Lake to for them to.see. Mr. Wig- LEES DRIVE IN

three'dams on the upper lakes to Brooklyn. It is hoped that this!! gins, 'several times a visitor to -
raise the water level 10 feet it will speed up the flow of water Mexico, finds a cordial feeling [

was said thus creating an 18,000 and raise the level in Brooklyn I toward people of the United THEATRE., AUTOMATICALLY
acre-feet storage 'area at Sand materially States,rand declares' it would be

---- an ideal place for people with a' Keystone Heights! Fla. Dont l ta eat W ave lL I
fixed income to live. He describesthe
FISHING CONTEST1ST VF reasonable rates for services knock _
and paints an attractive pictureof Fri., Sat. July 4, 5 -- you oLIVE

PRIZE (Sr. Div., 15 or Over) o o Rotary Mexican President travel.Attends Meeting St. Louis BluesNat :-... ...-

$50 Worth of Tackle1ST Presidents of Rotary Clubs in King pole. Eartha ,Kitt IN

Northeast. Florida met at the Ella Fitzgerald Cab Caloway
PRIZE (Jr. Div., Under 15)) Roosevelt Hotel Sunday to ,map "
$25 Worth of Tackle plans for the coming- year. Rotary Sun., Mon., Tues. :,.. ,
District Governor. C. Grissen- > (
daner'of Chattahoochee'conducted July 6, 7, 8 Li :t.. .

1. Contestant must be registered at Walker's. the meeting. Alfred Watson, MARACAIBOCornell WITH THIS .'-,:.:':."
2. Entry must be weighed in at Walker's. president of the Rotary Club of I

3. Contest limited to large mouth bass caught on artificial Keystone Heights, along with Wilde Jean Wallace

lure. thirteen other locate: presidents,
attended the 'meeting. Wed., Thur. July 9, 10 r

I The Annual Installation Ban- Shirley McLalne, Anthony .....
AND SPORTS CENTER quet of the Keystone Heights Ro- QuinnPrescription
tary club_ was held on Friday
Keystone Heights, Fla. evening in the fducational Build AIRCONWHINER I4 TIWPtJWL

I #;1th1- Service A: I 5 WONDERINSE

r,' 4. 1'r WASHER

/ ) As Near You As Your Telephone Automatic 'i".. fii//.Cfor molts

c clothes softer, longer lasting,
a rJ CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, ;e.thin and LOW-new compact styling! ; .much mater f e bon I

\ easily !mounted_flush with inside sill! '- .
-\ '" -. j : (Day) 2161. (Night) 2281 j\f new colors! beige'blua-pean; ray! t

\\\\ SODAFOUNTAIN-: : n.-master control-sets thermostat circulates cool air; .
jr controls air exchange.to exhaust smoke and odors!" -
Toiletries Sundries Beach SuppliesBELOTE ,"celflcoil.! system for fastest cooling! TRADE
ZT.7: J j*adjustable&! dirtctwnal louvers! TERMS _

DRUG STORE i f, icd'urtieil! cabinet- foquiet_ operation! -: wash. FnlMm eyelt_ :.bins prwltct/ fat for voiding. 2

Can Cart ._ lifetime electrostatic filter-stops dust, dirt, pollen! FuihbVttOH .
Sure You Afford A New Lawrence Boulevard tin* waih/rinM e.
t ,Rinses clean in cold water;never needs replacement- Mutton u All
pfl'ot1Ht potCtIo,
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You doqt need .a,tot of ready cash to get that longed for. late .-.'. ... _,-,,!'-''"..tie r'A : ':;.<.:,".'., inside q.. r....l',, _
model automobile. A ,I low-cost auto .loan will put you In the j.: -_ ,, .

driver's seat, 'right now. Stop in and find out about this convenient .
,road to auto ownership. ,


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T '1 Y Y"YJ1Tl'Y YY1 yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy sincere thanks to the many in Gainesville shortly, and will Hal Sessions and children. Mrs. week for his check' up, the first Taylor and children of Olustee.
friends from his church and from make hf" qomem Gaioesville,"" ess2>g-$,">.U_i e._ "(ofmeF MafTanClafie one after the last operation and Mrs. W. R. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. DAWIAmerican 1

:kAZ; A KEYSTONE Keystone Heights who came to Miss kii Fh Young 'of, Miami' Johns, is the daughter the doctors tell him is getting Gene Petcher, all of Jacksonville.
: i his assistance during the recent daughter of Rev. and Mrs, AJ. Mrs. Wallace Collins 'of Hampton. along unusually well. Bessie Miss Yvonne Gaskins and brother :

HIP.H IGHT Illness ort his win: RusseJ W'oung..and Sam Tgwnsend! )fr, Horne Mrs.iMay'andMelo- Strickland'Was-SIck all last''week, Lane, of Lawtey.A. i". egiHallEvery .

; bj JU--$ Cunningham" Qo1d\lIeSd Brafichstate also of Miami have been visiting dy,left on'Tuesday this'week for had to call on the doctor' for J. Fender is staying at' .- *

s &A.1 .. &. AAAAAAAA&. : &.' + t : :Park NewsIt the Youngs for several r daysj, St. George' and Reevesville'S. C. hejp to keep'going. Not too much Plant City for' a-short-- time-, getting '

[Continued from Page. One] rained every day last week Mr, and Mrs J. R. Gook have to visit 'relatives. Mrs.J. H. Me, better this week. training in his line of work. '
Bridal Shower Albany is to return to Hampton. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt I He .Saturday NighJ
invitationswere but it, didn't keep-the 'ViSitors returned -froni Miami where 'Mr. [ spent me weekend here with
Miss Ann Cox, 'whose marriageto were served. Sixty away from ,our State Park-to- Cook recently' underwen Sqlgery. with them Sunday. Mrs. R. C. of Lawtey were on the sick list his family.Mr. The

Floyd.Baker'will be solemnized sent. Williams and son of .Tampa are, for the. last two weeks they tell Featuring
talling '5,589 for the week, there He is making a good recoverand. and Mrs. A. R. McRae and
July 11,-was:given a bridal showeRY nook N'-Une
were 984 'cottage visitors 710 will noon be back} at work! staying with Mrs. Home here I
us.We son. Buddy, returned last Thurs- Country Squires50c
rl ? f g1't e pFat 'liltkiItS 1 r.W c.C p ,reports campers 3L855 daily viistors. Library while they're gone. have about decided that

.} 1 W g at i&e eY el' tl;elflgeEtl tWlI.\'i'rj&bedu\n t tthere : Mr. Gillen is busy compiling The Keystone Heights Library> Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain Mr. Frank Herndcn of Highland day after spending a few daysat Single $1 Couple

.1lfl'R IDMtt W: i.:nS % @t Y\W.jJ.Il3atQ r of the .annual reports and we are is open and! manned by two Ubr and children ,and Mr. and Mrs. brings rain out way-every time Bradford R. I. with friends

'JT1tett 41 W. jfy1 1l+ eJme; 101 2ik Aiedwujfagli9d> 8i lbs.Yber !. just waiting to see what fabulous; : arjans during the howl of4.. ,: Wesley Andrews of Starke were he comes out this way to work and relatives. .,.- 1

p4:;bl6s.W!. : ;q. ,;jmqtPrfrr a lghttihei: it<,of bream figures he will come up. with.. p. m. on Mondays and Fridays I Sunday:_dinner guests in Hampton he..gets rained out and has to '" t

ill''&.Ut ll1rt4e t:rklrs.N'.1Wi. )Jp xMie .ma Ice iB iDgQpingiHeil ; this time!! and en Wednesday evenings from with.- Mrs.' Jessie Chastain. quit! That's Our Business

f. AA1er Rf ttlaehri*z ? : l lkeeri.ac. tXageguesttteledgecCJAther. Mr. Hardee'is back from a'vacation 7-9 P. m. The library will be. Visiting Mrs.: Chastain here last r. W$ 'missed ars9n and HazelGrufis a s

"f L4 : .'l J f.! .\W;. > cot- in Chiefland. He went fish closed on July 4. ",i week were' Mr.. and Mrs.' Shirley. l from 'Church-also. some If It's Glass We Have Itj{

J> 1P'13Rr'I :')Jt >: 'illp; loge tgjeFtslochde[ IJ4: .'!JbmaS ing' in the Suwannee RIver- The public is invited to visit l ipar 'pi ladksanv1IIe. I"of 'the Others 'ret ted ''to them- Irni CALL WRITE or VISIT

.:N.If,llpqJQ} .:M ..iJ..1M.Hn4r. p df? lJm.ta tilda., [that's as bad as mentioning the the library. Summer' is a good I ,Mr. and "Mrs. Leland fcedenfcaugh I they Tad :'gone 'to pa ''family te-.
( .'I4 rW. kYJm 'drove "to 'Palatka 'EunSay! tinion. :lfe ar ?IOcaIa.'l'ife j
c4 \W 1illsattiWAlUtssportPe4plRrtyt'psja : "pther network"! but we know time for reading and our library Joe Peters Glass Co
J J#: ." 1 ( i,9ri2 ttb.ikaSS.qught he is glad to be back. can supply you and your family, to visit Mrs.' J. W B eden Gaugh}, }HigWanU Church 'observed ;

:'J.P!: r.M4nP LAiiss J1 hyMtipr} 1 .pcJcw4A/lpf, Keystone with plenty of good reading ma- vho *as taken to the 4iospitalthere :the Lt ta's Supper ;Sunday night
: his Mrs. Tipping continues to hold last Thursday for 'tfea'tetetit. They 'observe+e this ordinance 'on FOR ANY GLASS NEED
.8r dPJlJJ 3 ]Jthf} ..J1mlQrSJP. ill. "eJ8b.#lts iJm: RPjQdtfrrterjBl terial. ,
: claytCglultytctest.lie .her own and her many friends Junior League the 4th ''Sun ay.Au 'meetat the We Design Modem Store, Frontf
? .fI! i awe isle Ij h s. Eli Uie 4, best'wWies'for Keystone Heights'
rs.: tCarjjjphaley! ',ofW 'lNw tl Ueji :Ji J pm er ;to :'load this send their her recovert' geystone: Heights i Junior League 1 Weekend visitors with Yr. 'and 'Church Wednesday' f'' this week Just Mail Us A Pattein for.
Urs. George Baion last week -register'for V. B. S. next
Sne. Basebal Team makes second win.' week Table Tops
.i .Jtert'f: 4tli Ibsr ,It<8h i, -
Rev. Allan Will
lure Batt were Mr. tod Mrs. Bani ilA 1Z i through 12, 'ominitting
h ijwi a tidal Rorahome rare 11,
Qaj with
Jlf rt le ,;a t etf. \ Show Pictures Monday's game 1313 N.W. 4th PL Galnesrille. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
Coral which 'is
pre le>>gill p 33gr Le.n.try .1i| tile con- resulted in a 2-0 score. Keystone, Of 'Gables. in fid- Assocktional 'Quarterly .
.V.to.ift ftWJjgrt !a. Jut J)i>iugst testbeing c .migeted! Jar .W kert For the Parish supper on Thursday in the lead. ditica to Mrs. Cleo Hunter and meeting 'Highland. ..
M ,mil etuthlcitls evening at 6:30: at St. Anne I' tf I We had 58 : v
: Snort Center -. see .ad In this The two runs came in the last. son Pompano Beach. Mrs.! in Sunday School
and 3 9 rMi4i: q cqf :.Jac CSogvge gaper-jut Is. yaltor ,wjU also Episcopal Church the Rev. Mr. of the fifth inning. I Hunter and son, Mrs. Sa'xQn. 'arid ''Snnday-which: 'is more. than usual -
ttfifint jailers at ihe ..Gentry weigh lIi'for you any fish caught Batt will show pictures which !he i Mrs. Gene Birt,' returned' last: ,'35 of these Were 100 u"per cent

: fcome. M>s. ;Watkins is bins Gen with'live bait if You wish to enter has gathered while on his stay in COMMUNITY-CHURCH OF weekend from several days' trip members. The Intermediate class A HOME YOU CAN AFfORD
try's"daughter and Mrs. Richardsis ? y' United States and which heis' to and won the banner. We
your catch in the Clay _Counfort KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Atjanta} Rome ,Ga., Chat- had more
tl. ; v anddaugter. contest. -T [ taking back with him when tanocga. Tenp., and a driye present in the Ladies Adult class ..

Mff )JE. p. pyjes is visiting rejMr. I' Bream are being caught at he returns. to, Australia on August, Rev. J. Russell- Young, Minister. through the Smoky Mountains S of than %e usually do. hope we Custom Built on Your tot *

,t_ii. &' 1.1Ja".lh". .'.".,. a.. night-i>>opping-bugs are "poppii}'. 24.Keynotes Dr.: James p. Pait,. Organist. the. Carolines. have all of our enrolled members.
Choir Director.
I find Mrs. Robert Woods Expression Of Thanks Visiting Hampton the week present. next Sunday, : :
K havp returned home after spend- 'Mr. William 'Wade; Camp Superintendent Mrs. Paul Garber is visiting her Services: Church School 9 a. before were Mr. and Mrs. John
[Summer hours) Morning Wo -I .
ififf{iR'-weeks vacation with relatives at the Salvation daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and 'a. Davis of Jacksonville and Sunday w

in New, Ha npshlre. Army Camp, is'a 1 busy man. what Mrs. J. L.,Hetherington and their hip lO a. m. (Nursery duriI gChurcn guests were Mr. Saxon's nephew T rT"f
.irs: School and Morning Worship E E11rs.
.. f1" '1.-, .... .. with 145 band members from tjie children. Hetheringtoh was- ]. Youth "Recreation! Friday and niece Mr' and! Mrs.
on Friday morning at a
Salvation, Anny in the Camp .. Bolney' Wall of Ohio.
: .1 KEYSTQNEJEWELERS : this week.. and| net week looking) "coke party" for her mother. Evenings 7:30-10: Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill West and \ H. M.\ McKae

; : ; for' a large group nor the Youth Also visiting the Hetheringtons ST. \. CATHOLIC son, who spent three weeks here ;
: Camp. Iliis VilTbe followed by pre Mrs. HetheringtonV sister-in' = CHURCH with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.: Home, i. ii && i j II

t \ .i-Eert Watch. ReEalrln' the annual Fresh Air Camp'of: law Mrs. Paul 'Garber, Jr., and her children. Father Lanahan Parish Priest.. We are glad to report that
: b' Llnq Jewelry underprivileged' three 'Mrs. Garber in Gainesville. '
thrp\ ; wgeXs for Mass each Sunday at 8:15.Catholic' : .. Mrs.., W. E. Hall, wife of ourpastor
I. bunbltoier) Sr. and Mrs. Garber Jr. are from
.. WIUft, ) i mothers and children. Avon 'Club Supper: each. Guest speaker at Hampton 'is still improving and
,. Mr. Wade wishes. (o express his.. Baptist Church last Sunday, June, ? she
("f"1- h 4< : second Wednesday. hope will soon be coming
'Mrs. M.
M. Sargent had as hpr 29. was thp Rev .Tnhn Pierce ...- -
--1 horge. Bile is still in bed at thehome ., 4!'!
guests Mr.. and Mrs. B. B. Sar- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH While thr pastor.: Marvin Paile, ,
[ ODOMS HARDWARE& SUPPLY of their'soninlaw' and ___ .
gent'and Mr: and Mrs. D. t. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ. and his family, were on Vacation.Rev. .._, _. 4' --- :
t Franklin children Atlanta; Rev. and Mrs.. J. E.
!and 9f Peirce is' retired tegional '
Melrose Fla. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph a :
G. Murrhe?, at ,Billiard.
They spent'their! vacation with i missionary) nd"now his
Copeland Minister' of Music and. Mrs. .John Schultz II
Mrs. Sargent and returned EXTRA
Sunday,'Jfr: and Mrs.:on:/:S. Sar Church Services Qrg8J:' Sunday St. School, 9:45 Mr. and Mrs: G. P. Wadsworth ter.Mildred spent ; of Pittsburgh, Pa.. I ALL BEVIS HOMES
GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE gent, former whQ last week with the H
residents of Keystone
L spent last
visiting in
---- --- a. !m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. M. McRae. ;, are spending a few I I
plan to ,return
"-- ,.- L make Heights their soon- to.! Training Union. 6:45: p. m. Even Plant City. days "in Jacksonville.- They will 0 5 Treated Sills and Floor Joists

Hey. and permanent Mrs;WR/home Weld here.hay ing $services 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peeples and be here Friday to spend the 4th Double Framing On An Openings ..
sons are spending this week with I
.with friends. Full Foot Ceilings jf, .
rJ\UL'S8DNDRIES Urn returned from' a vacation trip' ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL relatives in Stewart, Miss. i
; which took them to visit Mrs: CHURCH I I Visiting in Hampton with Mr. 'Mrs. Betty McKinney' of Tam- Solid Pier' Blocks

'. T Weld'3 sister in West Palm Beach pa has been visiting friends: and Top Quality Paint Choice of ColorsNo
'. The Rev. Allan] Batt, Minister.. and Mrs. Bernard Bates is Mrs.Bates' relatives ,
."- Let Us Handle Your Service and to Key West to visit Mr. here for the past ten
.. [ Prescription. Weld's son and Sunday Service: 9:00 a. m. i brother Colin ,Taylor of I daYs: She returned to Orlando
-: Parish Night Supper: FirstThursdays ,Stewart. Miss.
last .
FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES 1 Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Platt, I'j' and Saturday, accompanied by -
6:30 p. m. Mr. Mrs. Bob Jones and '
3MV4K* A- -> former Keystone'residents her uncle ,and 'aunt,.the A. J.
are .r .. family, who have been staying Fenders Down Payment.
and family, for the
staying at the White Feather day.
'VVttwnRV/m .YYfw' With,his parents, Mr, and Mrs.H. -
Court. Mr. Platt is here on business F. Jones, have moved into theDeWaters Recent guests of the H. M. McRaes' .
: WEU for his .were Mr: and Mrs. Low Monthly Payments i
'DRlLUNG-Pumps-Service! company. HAMPTONBy home ,on.. Hampton's. "' .. -. RobertTermite
T Mr.\ and Mrs. Craig Hartley, main street. .r L. .

: .-. 't R AVAILABLE recent bride (and groom, have ,** Sunday visitors at the. home ofMr IN STARKE AND VICI ITY
,. 1 left for Cambridge, Mass., wherehe Mrs D.. )E. IHH ; and' Mrs. K/ 13. Watterson Control CALL OR SEE SMITH DEVOE PHONE 410-J i

t will be Jpmployed by Nuclear 1 Mr. and Mrs./Frank .
lrrtyy.yyyyyyyyyyy. yyy were Hardin 540 W. ADKINS STREET
Hrompt Service. Free Estimates Metals. Inc. FOR DEPENDAflLB
i Mr, "and.Mfi Dflbftf 1 irtey'YWAS Plan Swimming tPlfrb I Jacksonville.a and vftff his!***son t "..WILL SEE YOU"AT ;tI ) t7rnbI '

have returned to Keystone alter Plans were made at Hampton.. Gene'l II Household ft Commerdti :
and L. V. Williams drove DAY OR NIGHT -
1t E MATHEWS' an extended;:trip. They are temporarily Baptist YWA meeting last Monday I Pot ControlS
i RALPH Bay, Miss. for the weekend, and residing in Mrs. Nellie evening for a picnic ."'.andl Gene is remaining with relatives Grove CALL US COLLECT PALATIvA EA 5. 3n.
P. IaY Grayson's home. I swimming party on Tuesday \ Spraying FOR APPOINTMENT"Bevis -
r 0. ; 528Melrose,Fla. there for a visit. ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. !week at Goldhead Br '; :'
r Dawson Sr. JStnteJI. Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Brown
Park. of Call, FR 6.2661
GU 5.5101r have ifs then guests Mr. Dawson's { .
IUJON Red! Bay, Miss., parents of Kenneth '
.. daughter, Mrs.. Norman B. Keyei nine young women ere;.mF"j Brown spent last week'here Florida Pest Control Construction Co Inc I
of Sharon, sent for the meeting, at the home
.Mass. '
I -' 3; J : J 0: f" 4 and her four : g *h Mr. and" Mrs. Kenneth ,
children: Beverly, Anne, Una,and. of MrS;! Milton MIsner. A prq-J Brown and' family. &. Chemical Co

: APPLIANCES --- RADIQ&T.V.! i Gorman, Jr. They are spending! gram-, .on Indonesia wasstudied' E. 'V. 'Wil1 n S has purchased Open Daily 8:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. i
[ several weeks here, by> the group, and refrehmelitsof 24 N. W. 18th ATe. :
Sales and .Service.' the Levi Rhoden the
place' near '
Palatka Half Mile West of "Y" at New Palm Ave.:
Mr. openface1 sandwiches, angel .
and Mrs Charles FloridA
T. Smith Mstoffice, and is living' in a 'Gainesville,. .
PLUMBING AND .ELECT IPAI, : / CONTRACTING entertained; at dinner on July: 1, food cake and punch were served. house; trailer. on the back, of the .. Intersection!
the hostess. ,
_. honoring Miss Ellen Furry of WiJmington property.HIGHLAND: ,
-Jacuzzi: Home Water, Systems, DeL Other guests wereMr WMU Hu Youth PrpsrantMembers ,
r : and Mrs.,Charles Hager, and of. Hampton Baptist TTT TTy
: ELL DRILLING 2 TO ,4 IN. yyyyyyyyyy yYf
> -ty- M{. and l Mrs:! A. D. Vincent of Or WMU' met at the church: on '

ange Park;' Mr. and Mrs. Odell Mcnday evening, June 30 for Y

: MANN Pliinibing&ElectncCo. RIce:of'Wilmington. Del., Mr. H. their business meeting and a prq-

{ : L. Morgan Jr., Mr. and.'Mrs Edward gram on youth work in missions '
Conneen. and Mr. and Mrs.' and at home. Ilj tin. Lacy Norma

vox> 353 Melrose, Fja' Ph. GR 5-2563 G. Raymond- Starnes. of- Keystone.. Mrs. Ruby Cooper presentedthe f 4. ..
Heights. : program entitled "On The 1
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Smith Threshold of Life. Intermediategirls Mrs Stringer and children of

M ; -, I I" f --i ,.. went to Sea Island, Ga. on Satu- assisted with the program) Miami and! Mrs. Steyens of Tam

; -- LAKE. FRONT ,SPECIALS. -- day to visit Mr.: and Mrs. Albert John Hall/at Christian.Charch: pa are spending a few days with.
i Pruitt' of Wilmington Del. who John Hall of. Orlando.was guest Miss Maggie Crews..

White Sand Lake A Good Investment were" guests at the Cloisters. preacher, l last Sunday for all services :- Mr..' and ''Mrs. Charles Starlingand

r Miss Caroline. "'Ferguson and at, Hampton Christian children spent Sunday after.

: LOTS' AT $1250 her mother- ? Mrs. M. G. Fergusonof" Church, and is also scheduledfor noon in Callahan with the"W. C. ,J. .
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little Arkadelphia., Ark.-are, house next Sunday July 6. He will 'Harcje s,
These loth easily reached, require clearing and '
.I are guests of the Roy Watkins. Miss preach, for botji the morning I Mr. and, .Mrs. W; C. Hardee and

I 1fxt' I, vql 1 bt.th .PST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" Ferguson was for four years ,connected worship service and the evening. i.children of Callahan' spent Tuesday 'or0'
with the P. K. Yonge service at 7:30 p. m. 'aftemoon'here with friends.
Laboratory School in Gainesville. Mr./ and : Hall and their and relatives. '
..,.' ...... ...._
; : .; ItK Yt- RE LTOR For the past three years she-has three sons were dinner. guests Our Bible' School starts July) 7.Haye =- -.

been sago) librarian i is the Glen- Sunday 'of Mr. and Mrs ""Lynij your children attend they

cee".. Ill:, school. Miss Ferguson Hall.Personals: will ,enjoy it.

: .-ieYIUOI1UeiJl1tt..!! a Phone 3701-2051 4151-4209 will take up her duties as librarian Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman '

.. , _' I for the P. K. Yonge School Miss Emma MacElroy. ofs Red* and son spent Sunday in Glen M.
r- "" "" I j ; -
.. dick has been visiting for-. two St. Marys with4tbe Hirvejfc. Mrs.
.. ', i EvelY 'Mosely of Jacksonville
weeks here in Hampton with he:

sister, Mrs. Nora LayfieW.-- was'a guest'for the weekend. Rawest-priced t .

r., Otis Melton son'' of Mr: and Mrs. Sarah Norman and Mrs ; answerCaljing

,. .. Mrs. L. L. Melton, spent last week Ellen' Norman 'were In 'Jacksonville -

at. .Orange ,,Height with his couSin every day last week except
Leroy Meltogt"Leroy had Thursday f or'Ellen'to'tate 'medical j "

spent the. previous, week here with treatmept? your
Otis. If'Mrs. ,Our Union' meeting will be

.4 f Fa a and Mrs: Vasco Bus J held at Highland .July., ,11.' Every.
-.. and. children oil Valdosta, Gal: one is welcome. ThuntJerbird dreams L

- : ,' yer visjtor' here' Sunday' > with 'T I

M?. and Mr .'job 'arer. qq .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. ;

ftf Sunday" "'eve1WJgthe' ..BuseyB, ;' : Caljing( all Thunderbird;: dreamers! There's (You'll find our deals arp the best of"

"yr -"rroodsidfi> John>Parker' M"Hershel Patti CL'AY HILLi loch>of the.ThundttfbM'[in.every 58 Ford the season.) '

I : er-were all: supper guests at trie r -,** in looks; GO and handli'ngr'the family Get the most money out of your pr nfcar.You'll .

.... home of Mr. and MrS. M. R. Mit.. by Hn. t. 'L. Strickland' resemblance k greater than ev r-.ciu: at the find it'tt never"be worth more in
> 1 low. low Ford
nero price trade than rrgJlnow.) 4.

.j .6 Sunday visitors at the'homedgf UL!t LIUILII .JJ...1u1 You've seen the Thunderbird. Admired its Live (hat new_ "Thunderbird life" straight

pep-up : ; ; i Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins,were" *;Wg h3Ycn'ti been hunting recently stunning sculptured lines. fcrhaps cvpn. through tHis summer' (You'll find any trip you '

.1$ a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt and iff.; but Jim did :shoot goph- dreamed of making. its Thunderbird: power take will be a'tr ea. : and you'll be' saving

and Mrs. Ed Long of Macclennj: er-snake at- the well.The snake jnd easygoing: way vmur'someda And yet, money every mile. For not only is the 58 Ford
.t 2I'; Mrs. Itances Moyer; MiC arid Mrt;: had come 'to hunt ur. pet toad .this wonderful 'fh und erb ird lifc" can-- ,be'u" ",; but it costs_, less._ -_to-run" ,'"too.. ) -" .
Ii A. Wiggins and Mrs.;Douglas nom-. ;r
fi .frogthat stays at the at the YOOn'nfM ; in any 1958 Ford you selectPerhaps
,. ? J f. .u Davk and son* of. Jae ciivilldr wen where pan you prefer a two-door sedan. Or a GET THAT THUNDERBIRD fEElING AT THE
we water Ale dogs .
.. :' I and{Mr. and Mrs.. Orie.;Wiggins, and cats. Seems some thing fonrxiobr.- Ofa station wagon or convertible.Irrnatlers ,
.nd-children, and 'MniTSnd'Mct.Don. venture 'to ." not For each of these 1958 Fords
too close our house
''* son 'answOT.vow Thunderbird dreams at the
Neel ;and J of Starke- very I .
k" When riding around or distance bound, "Visiting for a'week here withMtn ,and do not get away again. lowest puts of the low-price thru.

.. the storesdisplaying and Yougan and Susie., ,Padgett Sp *'hf postpone this "Thunderbird lif r.D.A.1
mak Jfrequent stops at, friendly and m. Irying.Young
came toe/ see?) us last-Friday and a day longer? Select your favorite 1958 Ford ,
the Super Sue sign. Enjoy 9 Vas Mrs. Ypuos's,' bto.tlwfi, ; 'IsN,1 CM?ntt rf MMfetinrr uu
Yougan tells u* he is catching
David Barnes of Starke.
some good ice cream--drive on refreshed! some nice fish tyese day?. 1
Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Home
"'r', returned Caught one cat fish that TERWILLEGARtonight tORS
superior. :measured -
.L r' Super Sue is super good-it's, . ., .. Friday from their trip!Ito .
.. .. -J -h f r.rSr. <- 2,* Bellevue. Neb.. and returning about \J8 ipphes long viedidn't
think 'ever god'that
with them Mrs. Richard'Mayand .any .
q fc-Galfons- .. :.:' daughter for a visit here:hI1 ing' in this. neck of the woods. 206 W.: MADISON ST. : .' llJ W
Pints Family STAR E FLA.
All l Popular Flavors/! Cups, ,
j Jim Strickland went to Duval
: their triP. they also visited _
..'_ ..- -1" ,. _. .-h A'ustin MinST'witlf Mr.and Mrs If} Medical_ -Center_"Tuesday-- *c of last 4_ If You're Interested in an A-l USED CA R Be Sure to See Your Ford$--9 Dealer a.* it







r YTTYYYYYTTTYYYYYYYYYYYlLAWTEY Mathews came for her on Sunday: Jacksonville'visited Mrs Georgia expense:paid 'trip to Los 'Angeles. office' and "fill"outFoutrposteard. NOTICE'OF"PROBATETo

t. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Sheets and Ann Sapp on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Calif. and best of all. Mr.McEwen application,This. period >coversgasoline all persons interested in the i AI1VAREZ' Established .
) estate of said decedent
Alex Mathews of Jacksonvillewere Joyce Futch, Mr; and Mrs. won anew Edsel Ford They report used from July 1, 1957 : STORE
You are hereby notified that a Men's ClothingKOCH'S
Sunday' guests.of Rev. and Warren Kelly and family., Terry a' wonderful trip and your through June 30, 1958..'It is easy written instrument purporting to be .

67 >to. Joyce T. Votck Mrs. E. P. SheetS.and daughter.: Futch Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tom- eld reporter viewed the Edsel for you to claim, this7-cent. s tax the Last Will and Testament of said
decedent has been admitted to probateIn
Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Teston and linson,and Mr. and Mrs. BentOn Tuesday,a.m. It is.a dream. refund. I this Court. You are hereby com-
.1&_ &&&&& &..&"&iuiuu.dMr son of Jacksonville visited his Futch and children enjoyed a Mrs. R. L. Morgan and daugh-: We' have had .more-"eans: than manded within six calendar months SHOPPORTUNITY
from the date of the first
father J. BlaIne Teston on Sun picnic at Kingsley Lake on Friday ters. Joyce and Judy left Mondayof 'about publicationof
and Mrs. Obed Pauley and usual this spring fleas on this notice to appear In this Court t DAYS
family and Mrs.. Rob Futch were day.Mrs. evening. this week to visit In St. Peters dogs, cats: and' around the yard. and show cause, if any you can why
the action of this Court in
Madeline Prevatt and children The Little League Base Ball burg. Malathion'has been approved andihfromation admittingsaid VALUES!
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. to probate should not stand
William Pringle and family in visited Mr and Mrs J. B. team defeated Green Cove Springs Birthday greeting are' extendedto released for the use unrevoked. '
Sanford: Bradley and.Willie Griffis on Sun- with a 3.2 score on Saturday Mrs::. Jean ,Gaskins who' cele- of killing' fleas .1 oz. of 50 per heron A. Yawn,

Mr. and Mrs; Tom Bary and day.Miss afternoon.Mr. brated her 78th. birthday at cent liquid to 1 gallon of water Florda.County Judge Bradford County-
Jackie Harley of Jacksonville and Mrs. Arthur Pearce hadas Kingsley Lake Sunday.. All.of.her (OFFICIAL SEAL)
son and daughter ,of Gulfport, makes a good solution for use on
was the weekend guest of guests during.the. weekend Mr. children were present except one. First publication on June 19. 1958.
MJss.( are ,vtslting'Irs.. ;Bary'smother. dogs and cats. ,A little stronger
6119\ 4t710.|
Selma'Eunice. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. and Mrs. R. W.Sapp and daughterof There were more than one hun- '
Mrs. Mr. perhaps would be better to sprinkle -
Harley.Mr. Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. dred guests that
shared this
glor- !. The .
and Mrs. Brad Norton. Jimmy around on the ground. A very Gouty Judge1 Court IAmi
.Eunice Leon Edwards returned Harold Sapp and son of Miami. ious day with :Mrs. Gaskins. May Fur Bradford CosBtri. -
and other relatives. good fly killing solution can be
home Monday from a" two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish God bless her with 'many more Ma.IN .
Birthday party made by mixing 4 tablespoons of
visit with her son-in-law and have had .as recent guests their birthdays arid always be with her. RE: ESTATE OF
|, Little Miss Lynnell Whaley was 50 per cent'.Malathion and 10 r
daughter Mr, and Mrs. Louie Lee son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Important announcement to all molasses deceased.
given a party by her parents'Mr. tablespoons of ,sugar'or
Wainwright and family at Avon Mrs. George Guthall and two members of the "1953"Class ,of ; NOTICE OF PROBATE
and Tom This be
Mrs. at their
Whaley. to gallon oft water: can
children of Baltimore, son Henryof BHS: There'w111 be 'a re-union To All Prrtoas latereated IB The
home on'Saturday afternoon. This: Park.Marvin sprayed around'the'steps and on Estate .f Said Dretdrati'
Thompson of Jackson- and Mrs. Dick Saturday July 5, I DRUG STORE"We
Atlanta. Captain at Bill Reddish's
was Lynnell's first birthday I I the walls of the hog pens or barns.A' You are hereby notified that a writ-
j ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Jones and family of Tampa. Mrs. lake. home Kingsley. Lake. Anyone ten instrument purporting to be
Guests included her, grandmother I good, trick:is? tovdip' a burlap the last will and testament or said
Mrs. Dan W, Starling. Shely Rosier of Lowell, and Mrs. desiring '.m ore informationabout
Whaley of Detroit, Mr. and sacks ito'the'solution and hangit decedent has been admitted to pro "
' Wednesday guests of Mr. and Clarice Thompson and daughtersof this big event call. KeithRedd1sh" bate in this court. You are here- Will Not Be Undersold!
. Mrs. Jimmy Batten and son. Lynn on the Wan} .or.over' the fence. by commanded within six calendar
Mrs. J. B. Bradley and Willie the State Farm 'a.t' 283j.Remember .
18" months from the date of the first
Of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Malathion one hd1 four best fly
Griffis were Mrs. Katie Wigginsand Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tucker July 7. is next'Monday publication .of this notice to appear -
Buster Bennett and son. Joey. killing materials, While talkingabout'insects
; In this court and show cause
Lakeland, and of Jacksonville visited
daughter and
This day was a special day for the and that is the day Ve begin .. ; jnighji'Vbe'? both- If any you .can. why the action of
Mrs. Maggie Cason of Pine Level. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and ,. will ALCOHOL Cannon TOWELS
Whaleys our Rf vival Heflbronri;; Qui this court in admitting said
as Mrs. Whaley, who ered with ants but in the yard. A
should not stand unre
to probate'
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and the Dave'Tanners.on Sunday.: ?
had'her Pastor, Rev. Walter 'Lee"anc our
has leg in a cast since ; good :ant'i killing solution U 3 voked. /
children of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. C. G.'Hodges had :members invite each" "of Theron'A. Yawn. County Judge Pint
she was in a automobile accident church tablespoons of 40 per centwetable:; 81| 19 59c
several weeks ago, was in Jacksonville Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter as Sunday &nestsRev., and Mrs. you to attend 'and. enjoy with us Chlordane 'p w r"miXei:1: with 1 First publcation on June 25, 1958.
Wilkison and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie A. W. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. '
our big-meeting Rev. Carter. will 6-26 4t 7.17
on Saturday morning and gallon of water;:.We_ hope these
had the cast removed. Dobbs. Jack Johns 'and grandson.. Mr. bring ,inspiring' meSsages at,7:30: suggestions will help relieve your Alum. FOIL Cannon WashCloths
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling had and Mrs. Jesse Hodges Mrs. Or- nightly Congregational singing '
Mr. and Mrs Billy Torode and insect problems..
'as recent guests Mrs. Dewey Price phelia Hunter, and Mrs., Betty
with chorister, Russell Redding
$on of Gainesville
were Sunday May the.Good Lord watch over
and Harold and Miss Linda Hodges and son all of Jackson- 29c 8C
supper guests of the Fred Moore son. and assistant choristers Mrs. R.. you and ,youri..bye, now.
family. Price of Plant City. ville.Mr. L. Morgan and Jimmie,Lee with + ,. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Mrs: Claudia Strickland of]I and Mrs. H. O. Kelly and Miss Barbara Jean Norman, at v ;"

and son. and Mrs. Hester 'spent Gainesville was the Thursday sons spent Sunday afternoon at the piano.,Special singing by the ,
OA { 1 Extra !
the weekend in Daytona with Mr. overnight guest of her sister Miss their place on Bedford Lake. New River. ,Quarette and Miss and Mrs. Floyd Martin and son. Elizabeth Terry She carried Miss Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Linda' Gaskins and Miss Barbara /."PROFITS \fI '

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sargent of Terry' to Ft. White on Saturdayto visited their son-in-law and Jean Norman'and others are always Home Appliances MUM Deodorant ( .

Atlanta. Ga. were Saturday guests stay with her aunt, Mrs. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Horace welcome. We will be lookingfor "'. .

pi Mr. and Mrs: J. R. Devore and Blanche. Terry, who has Just returned Cox at Santa I Fe Lake, during you and you and especiallyyou. Your Friendly Girl'sSWIM 63 I ,'
family to her home after an eye the weekend.Mr. .
Mrs. Jack Mathews of Gainesville operation in Gainesville General and 'Mrs. Buford Higgin- Official Farmer's Report by Norge Dealer SUITS

spent last week with Mr. and Hospital.Mr. botham Maxville ,were weekend George Huggins: How much* gas- -r GET $1.00 PEARLNECKLESS s,
Mrs. of guests of the James Waters familY oline ,do you use on the, farm?
Ray Rosier and family Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney e NQRGE APPLIANCES
Mrs Waters carried! them to There is a state and.federal gas- FREE!

Doctor's: Inlet on Sunday for a oline tax refund program available e MATTAQ WASH
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Quincy to you. A state refund of 4 i

Adams. 'Mrs. Lyle Schmehl and cents per gallion is available if 0 ,OOLEMAN.BEAIXBS: and
STORE HOURS children' f. 'Jacksonville visited FURNACES 89c Size VITALIS 63c
,, you have .a. permit number,and FLOOR -
7:30 To 5:00
the Waters on Thursday. the necessary information from
THIS WEEKS SATURDAYCLOSED l Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and Tallahassee. This refund covers We Service All MakeeOf

7:30: To Noon family 'have' moved to Palatka.Mr. gasoline.used during.the calendar Appliances ALARM CLOCK
and Mrs. W R. Dixon stayin year. A federal refund of 3"'cents 8-Day 1.98
Palatka during the week as Mr. per gallon-is'.available'from the Phone 10

Dixon works in a saw mill there,, director'of Internal Revenue..-All 'StarkeFlorida

and home spends here. the weekends at their I you have. '.. to' do is to come'by our ? V\, t WHILE THEY LAST!

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Mr and Mrs. Jamie "Melton of \I j. fiw .l:' '
i ., "
Macclenny were Sunday guests of ,' :' }v. a 3.95 Scott COOLER BAG 1.98

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and '. ,, .. f1f''UiV :
+' N" > <
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from.Thursday and Mrs.until O. J.Monday Philips spent with Ir i They 'M Sizes 4" to 14 Pint VACUUM BOTTLE 98c

ALL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 4 their son-1n.law and daughter, Mr. ONLYBOBBINS'

and Mrs. Fate'Redd and sons In ; I
Macon. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips -
'SAVE! --- Close Out --- SAVE! and daughter of Starke 'stayed : ) let 'CounWVa 'n

; with Miss.Ola'Mae'and. Danny .

while their parents were away. *' W" KOCH DRUG STOREPhone
Buster Bennett of Titusville j r.i t a

14 .. TIME spent and son.the weekend with' his wife- ..... Irs.,.'. ,.!:4...,
.' '* \
I Mr. and' Mrs. Dan 'Wainwright -', % 53
i of Jacksonville visited Mr.< and "The Store of Values"

.IS HERE Mrs.. ,TrubyWainwright and the. .* The 56 patrlotswho o -- ..

T .. Edwin Starlings on Saturday. ligned i the..De larati n:of :
Mrs. Mae Wells attended a PostMasters f
district meeting in Green Independence :jput-rtKf, ,. Share the Profits in S ar e

Cove Sprinp'on Sunday.- interests oi -their ,country j

Prices; on a/iQLIDDEN PRODUCTS T.........*,T.TTTT.T..T above 8ideratipns all. personal:; THelr'fxample con- ;-t, [4miJTffb1iWii

is still,aiiirispfration. .

% HEILBRONN, ..' '
REDUCED 5 25 .
By Mrs.. Harvey McCarthy : : .....
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Howdy neighbors and a happy, .. \ -this Bank will'not be.

safe ,Fourth of, July weekend to s .{ on uIYIndependence 4uV-/
::; :t open : -
all.. '
55 The WMU ladies met at 'the .. l. | 1 t r m>-",' Day F-,> ( l -
SHEET ROCKfX8"X38" church last Thursday night 'for JULY 5

an Interesting'program.'Mrs. Mor ,
ris Carter rendered the devotional
PER folowed with talks by Mrs. Tate 'FLORIDA BankOne .

Crosby, Mrs. E. L. Morgan and i of 28 Bank la 'C7! at Stark. '

SHEET ; Yours Truly;' After which Mrs. the Florida National .,_.'. Y 'Better Bargains ---- You Buy For Less',
Crosby offered the closing prayer.A Group :
short business meeting was held
( with Mrs. R. L..Morgan presiding. Member Federal Deposit, Insurance. ,Corporation. 'ri '
I Project discussed was the sendingof '.: -
clothes etcto the Orphan'sHome. I a

Maybe some of you our
NO readers have clothes that your

children'have but-grown may-

be clothes.you would If sri like contact to purchase Mrs. R.new L. $ = $ 176 $ t7 :i:$ rm ,T '*&(.$ '; j'I!'i ''W rI vir

Repair .
Morgan or myseU for the sizes ,$ 'f .
and kind of clothes neededHelp-: :=

Add Rooms --- Carport ing these ,who can't help theu- .. '
selves inside.makes one feel mighty good T WillVOUr'! :

Bath Room ...
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parkerof "

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- nesday Jacksonville night of were last visiting week Wed-with r,: !share ofHMOOiri : i iI. /" .. .

TURES) ... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton. :! : '

*. Paint --- New Roof Miss Mr.Ann and Mrs.Wainwright Leon Wainwright daughterof T .' prizes! .y &" '.

also of Jacksonville returned with '

(LABOR AND MATERIALS) Mr. and Mrs. Parker to her home .* ..._. r # t d
__-11Jt I ,t. .18
after _
an enjoyable visit of several Similar
days with Mr.. and Mrs. .(9.! Cd OB tie Crtvy T'r&! U1OQtaaf."ahacty tAtn& SOFA AND CLUB CHAIR

Thornton and family. $ the eidting Fbiilip 66 RBYME-ALINE: OO? EST., To Photo "-
Very glad to.report Lacy Mob- don wait uy longer. Drive ia for your entry' Uaak .

ley has returned home from the today at any Phillip 66 tutioo. JNo porduM.ragt| rtd.jurt TO MATCH, .
I FREE ESTIMATES Bradford County.Hospital.Mr. f s ,- write aLe last toe tot a Simple kOer'lek. ':' 95

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and Mrs.' E. L.' Cox and $ 11 milt A gmvtoW: hen*el $225 fit M* fcrM

CALL OR WRITE daughter Linda and MissesRosyand aMMlk t 1514 yH i cr WflCQ h aM $10'Down $8 Per Mo.
Edith Moore visited in Jack- ted MJZft WQ fut ..* fa M +Ma,or | >00 .
sonville Friday. ,\P. ,
DAY la caAI .
: OR NIGHT 4V Mrs. Lois Henson and sm Son- $ W'NJDr. $3500.rail .. Use Our Budget PlanWe
.. I.tm "
of 'Jacksonville visited with
OR' 4.660.T.bMU.JI ar "i: tJOVM -
45 333 Mr and Mrs. Ernie Johns her '
Profit-Sharing Couponsfor
parents, over the weekend. Little >., saraalltilail t+Ffiaa r sat :
Sonny will stay this week with $ >JO Wh 13 a.fc.Opripht** **' '-: r

his grandparents... .;' 'SOftjkjh i.$; corr. "nlr.;..! '': ''' The Big Shopportunity Days r

Mrs. Henry Thornton and children Srabao.2a'totyry huff *. "> ,

BUILDERS her sister are :spending in Albany this, Ga.week with $" '490wbaaeFLliitaiaiik1ryyan6Ent. .-....,....:-- -.. -!' .......- :.'\'- : Cash Awards"It's 'V"

.. n lADy Lima a yoawuh..Sale iftfrfnted t-
Mr. and Mrs.' R.-L. Morgan and your entry lJ ok. Harry.-:;all eutrm Ie! p'. .. '
SUPPLIES it-- family visited in Hamilton Coun- carted sot lava tf:1r tb6jr 66,1 95LUCB1 'COdD A Fact You Can Do Better At"
ty Sunday. $ j .=-- '- z.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McEwen ..- G .
t. j l of Sylacauga Ala. will be.visiting tJ .JEROME JOHNS-OIL:CO.. '

After 5: P.MCall Eston Jordan, 340WAT () Mrs. McEwen's parents, Mr and :. Denmark Furniture Co.
7th. $ '
Mrs. R. W.Bond through July DISTRIBUTOR:: "/
You will recall reading in the ". '

news of the first of this year I::; 434 T436 West Call I St. PHONE 151 Starke Floridat
about Mr. and, Mrs. McEwen's' Starke, Fb. .-.: _.,., ,

good fortune. They won. an ,all u _. .. .*" '- .*' .. .


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........ _'.". .. :"..........,.... T -" -- '. .. THURSDAY., JULY'S.- 1993B.RftQ.KER
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.. .yyyy.. .. ,yyy.y.! .... Barbara-'Sue and Dickie Davis and(children and! Mrs.jNjL./ilarkey' J I[ 105 'per cent&nfy.the'rest'could;; 0\9:30. : /RevrFranklin"isa* . graduate will be"held for Sarah Morris andf j! -

Harold and Lloyd King wer? of Wanross, G Mrs. Clara Mae ddittooS. '. .:-' 'cf Lighthouse: Bible College Queen'Es'Ulei' Green: Mrs. Cdrean'

picnicing at Strickland's Sunday.: Bishop and son, Ray of Mobile; :Wcncferwhere, our -men :wereWednesdaytnight'onl'rthree and 1s very'able and Qu 1ified. He McNeil,'. president.. R. B. Cohen, Share fie Profits in Starke

Mr., and Mrs. Carl Roberts and. Ala., 'and Mrs. 'Vida Harvey 'of i iof ,.if.also;certified by:'the State Department reporter.Education V

: pj. Barbara. Sue. Parts. Mrs. R. R. Carlton and Elaine:I Jacksonville visited the T.1(. voting age.'VereJpresent: : forTpray-' of Education. ,, Tallahassee Program 1 1
.' Crosby of Fairbanks visited the Markeys last week: et meeting. We women don't mind : Deacon Royal has been named

.. .TTTY.TTTT TTTTTTTTTT.T. G. W. Davis family Thursday I Mr. and Mrs. TV W Markey, doing: all the -';work; bt, ''please, Slow ,LearnerWorkshop: chalrfliairor the 'education program -.
Mr. afternoon. Mrs. Clara' Mae Bishop and son don't--leave,: all 'tte',.praying for JMlss' W_
and Mrs.Marvin Stokes Cromity teacher of and rally that will be held
Mr and Mrs. Warren Mizelleand Mrs. Vida Harvey were at us, 'toy ,,"' I
land ; New'Bethel
'gave dinner Baptist
: a last Sunday at i th. special their home in Edgar celebrating daughters Karen and Lucre-I Ware and .SUv f" Springs!! 'WMU win ,hold ii", regular son Junior. High School will begin' night starting' at 7 p. m. with
tia are vacationing in Salt Springs picnicing Sunday. atthec'hurcluWeare'
the return of Sfc. and Mrs. EarlE. meeting the second session for,' the Choir '''No: II. The program is

Stokes and daughter who has this week. Mrs.. V. V. Hazen"of'Starke was having our GA's, tome, ,teaching\ {Of.slow,learners at Flor planned to raise money needed
stationed r Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and the weekend guest of her par- with us also.{ Hope they will I roe,[
been In Germany for ; ida Normal .&..Industrial Memorial for Florida Normal Industrial and SATURDAY JULY STH
I song Craig have returned. home ents, the J. H. seW ells,- come active' i --- ONLY
the Past' three years serving in St.Augustine on Sat- Memorial College. Local choirs
j after vacationing on the St. Johns Ethel Mann and friend, Jack Mr-and.Mrs..EJMNorton and
the armed urday '5.
forces. July Mrs. Angle Franklin, and persons have been asked to
Sfc.:. Stokes of i, River. Maxwell of Jacksonville were the children enjoyed a family-reuniop the
Earl Is formerly teacher pt.4th. grade at,the Union participate on program. The
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler weekend guests of the A. I.,Mann at.the Macedonia 'Church .
Brooker pear .Cqusolidatcd will
and his wife is from county School No. program be presented in two
_,..:. Kansas" City, Kan. Stokes will be and son of Gainesville had Sun- family. .Macclenny f ,II dill!.also'-i! teJle1: this workshop. parts. Part two\ will begin at 8:30p. :

stationed at Columbus. Ga. I day dinner with Mrs. S. M. Mott. Mrs. Clyde Steel of Daytona Mr. and.Mrs. R. L. Smith spent I,Shf ,!-, the;.wife of: Rev, J. P. m. All lovers of good music and
I Little Eddie Lewis celebrated Beach visited the Earl Green and the. weekend, visiting iact keland1 .
Those present tor the dinner Franklin .and. .daughter, of Rev. entertainment are asked to at-
I his fifth birthday Friday afternoon Earnest, Edwards families
were Mr H. B.' Stokes, and Mr. last and Gasresville.withtheirdaughter C, .A. Crum of Starke...The workshop tend. Please bring a special donation -
at his home. Mrs. Malcolm week while' enroute tQ to and family, '
Cab 'who/ure'.visiting ,
-is directed for education. Rev.
: and Mrs. Gerald Roberts ofStarke. by .Mrs. Lillian G. G.
Lewis and five of the mothers visit her scn them from Oklahoma.
> Mri: ? Lyon, teacher of the mentally McArthur Moderator has initiated
.- and Mrs! Edd Polk
served' ice cream, birthday cake, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Douglas !.!J'. and.Mrs., O.jiF.Siemer Jr;
and sons, Ronald and Olan of : ; retarded in New -XorkCity, this program for the education
cup cakes, and candy to thirty and Mr. and Mrs..Lowell Douglasof and'family are visitingMrs."Sie
: I : CarnationSoeIal; and fund improvement ''of
Brooker.;: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tet- .Saving Club the Mt.
little guests. Charleston, S. C, visited 'Mrs.J. mer's mother in Donaldsonville,
Sinia M. B. Association. All
stcne and children Gainesville I The annual Fourth of July
[ Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fcwler K., Douglas last week. Ga- ,
: and Mrs. Cinderella BalL bea churches that are members pre
Faye Johnson and children will later
i and children and Mrs. Bird of Mrs.. Pitt Mrs. Emily Buie and Landis
'Baxter visited
.. of Waldo.. I.Sfc .1 her event.. Due, to::illnesses.and death called upon to answer this S. O. S.
.*and Mrs. Earl Stokes and family Starke visited the G. W Davis sister, Mrs. J. O. Dennison 'in spent'uQdafter. pith: Mrs.: iij \the membership,' this activity for education.' -
recently J Emily"oi..
Midway .
daughter, and Mrs. Marvine will be presented,'early in the Church: News h
Mrs. Beatrice Sullivan's son, and Mrs Pitt Baxter-visit Mr. and Mrs.. Irving Cox and
: Stokes of Edgar were dinner Jackie fall.; Mrs: Core'an McNeil and .Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
Register is home, after ed Mrs. Baxter's mother children of Jacksonville were Sunday
.. guests of the Edd Polks Wednes- Mrs. J. other members have 'b en'selling Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will
.. serving a term in service. W. Lewis'in; Jacksonville -visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. F.
recently.Rev. V !in front of Bernice hold regular,
day. They visited Mrs. Rosa the Siemer- Beauty Shop communion serviceson -
Visiting Jessie Sullivan fam-
Drawty in the afternoon accompanled and Mrs James Temple and to meet clnb"obligations. We- deeply Sunday starting with Sunday a
ily Tuesday was A. L. Willis of children attended the Marion Leach sPent'Sunday
by Mrs. Edd Polk.- Jacksonville Watermelon regret the extended illness of School, Supt. Irene Thomas in
Mary Willis and. festival a't afternoon visiting'Paul and David
: Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and Hazel Hart of Bell. Moriticello'and visited Moore. our member Queen Esther Green charge loves ,least at 11 a.m., by RCA Victor Dalton.low-priced table
Rev '
Temple's '. _
+ Ronatd Olan Polk'and ChUckle parents ove.r the -" i and hope she will be the pastor, Missionary
e': Her bert Fipps and Donald weekend. Miss .Winllred Cottle of Woodbine -! soon com- meeting at TV with "Lean and Clean" styling that
: Tetstone visited Mr. and Mrs. pletely well again., All membersare 4 p. m. A. C, E. League at theusual "
I Stokes of Jacksonville! visited the Carol Ann' Sowells visited her "da.::spesnt' theweekend, at i ( saves you space. New, "Mirror-Sharp
Mostly Bass asked to'attend next'regu hour with
and the president
and Mrs. Fannie
Stckes 'I
. : H. E. family over aunt Mrs. Coleman in Gainesville the lake. picture-262 sq. in. of viewable area.
' : Perry Osteen of Newberry, Friday I ar meeting. Business of vital Bell Frazier in charge. At-6 p. m. "
(weekend. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs David Cottle came 'II;gh-Sharp-and-Easy tuning with new
night. importance The will be sermon and Holy Communion bY''
: meeting
I Mrs. Sanford Hicks of Starke, back, \ "
Mrs. Vancicle of Gainesville tQ.Jb lake"for. the weekend One-Touch" on-off control Improved
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk ansons d I held at'the home of Mrs. Rosa the pastor Starting Thursday I II
Mrs. H. Stokes ?'
E. and Ruby visited her mother; and sister here from1-Cedar'Kfiy/ I Balanced Fidelity Sound. Powerful new
visited Mr. and Mrs. C; J.ISto.kes Williams Lincoln City,Monday. night at 7 p. m. Prayer
Tetstone visited the J, B. Russ fam Sunday. Miss Ina :Stem of Jacksonville : meeting.\\ super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grainedor
: and'children cf Gainesville ily in Apopka over the weekend A large crowd.gathered at Antioch spent the week.end: ,.with her par- I The quarterly birthday parties i Mrs. E. J. Givens, limed oak' grained finishes extra..
Tetstone Little Chuckle while enroute to Arcadia to visit II Baptist Church Sunday ents, Mr. MIl'Mrs.- Harry Stern..I -. -.- 21T820 Series. -
them few home with Mrs Bertha Stokes who is ser for the V church homecoming. A miscellaneous shower honoring Shore. the Profits in Star
: to
spend a days. I iously ill in the hospital. After services a picnic,lunch was Miss';Kathy Johns was held

I and Mr.children and Mrs.of C. J. Tetstone Mrs. ,Mattie Sowells returned served by the members., at the'home of Miss Judy Ellington 21" ONLY 5189-95

: Gainesville visitedMr home Sunday after visiting friends I Friday! "ntght r .
:,and Mrs. Edd Polk Mrs. Jake L. Henry of Charlotte Many useful -
.. night. 'Saturday' and relatives in Largo. Dover St. N. C. has returned homer I gifts were Deceived' by? 'the bride-

.. Petersburg and Plant City- fo after visiting her'mother. and the elect and;deliciou/ --refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stokes of several weeks. Lloyd Wilson family: were served by the hostess.

: Edgar visited Mrs. Rose Drawtya Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Forsythe Those on the sjckrlist'were Mrs.C. 'TV S6iiceAll

.. Polk"and nd'family and Mr and Mrs. Edd Plant City visited Mrs. Mattie .TT........... ..fT.T.!' Bell Elder and' ''Mrs. H. H. Mott.

boys Sunday afternoon. Sowells Sunday, Hope they are soon well again.;
: Mrs: 'S..H. DeLoach :
of Jacksttovlile'.spent .Mrs. Steel of Daytona Beach We were hapPy to have Miss '
.. :
a few days'with'her', visited! the G. E. Green and Earn KINGSLEY lAKpBl'Mae Betty Jenkins with us for Sunday EXTRA SPECIALS FOR JULY 5TH

l parents?Mr. and Mrs..W, T..Blair est Edwards families last week.' r' evening church service. 11 .,__ Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
wHile art vacation last 'week. ;Moore 4, (J Smith'Yisited
R. L. Mrs.A. .
Mr and Mrs. R. C. Howard and I Bask' Your
Mrs. 'Bring
Bryan Cornwall, Jr. and Vacation
children, Stephen and Donna .of children Diamf and Gene of matmrtYttr. ,_ .Y", R. Moore Monday. Fully Equipped ... DependableAll

+ Tallahassee visited her parents, Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs Sunday School. attendance fis SING .-... In. Pictures .
Mr.. and Mrs. W T, Blair last Eugene Crosby over the weekend. up again. Our junior boys are r Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
week. Mrs. Cornwall's husband is Diann and Gene are visiting thisweek really going'places with a gradeof The Br dfol'd:Union Singing ANSCOFLEXCAMERA f

: joining" the family on' Friday.I at the Crosbys 88. Come on junior girls, we are Convention wilt hold an all daysing a .

III They are going on to visit other _-Mr, and Mrs., Alan Lewis of sure you can do as well or better! at the Bethel--Cliurch Sunday, OUTFIT M.

relatives and visit Ponte Vedra Gainesville spent Saturday night I Our extension members are alway July 6. Everybody is invited. Q 1 "
Beach. with Mrs. Amanda Lewis ; 33.75'VaiueIMS' RADIO & TV
T.T......... !......... m.n..TYnn.n..nnNEWS -----=--- ---- Reg., .
Mrs.'W. T. Blair and Mrs.W. L. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Vorp, of e .
D. GREEN Owner
: Douglas attended the sing at LaCrosse Yankee Town spent several days OF INTEREST TO .'COLORED '

,. Baptist Church Sunday. with the R. A, Nettles recently: .
Speci d TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
Byford: King left Saturday The WMU of Brooker Baptist
1 C *JL* t J* *-4t ""
morning for Mississippi. Mrs King Church is host to the Youth Rally l' JJ'Si] "Vr : :\l 1 IM Phone 239 Starke, Florida
.,$ saw him off and spent the remainder which will be held at the church 'B J. 0 zura Vr- > ,

vile J of the day in Gaines- Tuesday ,July 8., All ,those inter I .............A, Color T.Y. Headquarters

V with'her son, Harold. ested please be present. i SCU ReadY.Flash Complete 8mm ,
I I Mr. Ame1iaWrite SMut!= I IU t.
and Mrs. Elbert Mott and Marcia Green visiting with Teachers Complete Workshops. Scouts of .-, -

:" ''Mrs. Byford King attended the her aunt and uncle, the Alex Williams Mrs. M.: Ll PauE; 'teacher, 'or master B. T. Marshall, Rt.' 1, : Camera Outfit Movie Outfit -.,s .....

I: Watermelon Festival in Newberry. in Jacksonville this week. third and'fourth grades'last term Box 218;.today, or call 25-R GetyoUr '

;to "". and Mrs. G. W. Davis, Mrs. D. O. Vollenweider and at RJE completed workshop on application without' further Reg. 15.80 Value'A: Heal Bargain y J JI

,,--- Instructional Television at Florida delay.:Tpharles Covington reporter.: -

I I. A. &. M. University today. Afaerican Legion Auxiliary I STILL CRAZY!
I Share the Profits in Start This course was sponsoredby the 'American Legion- Auxiliary., :of

1 t' Audio Visual Center*'of the school ,Post 314 will hate 'grand' !1 j Special 9.95 Only 89,95

t. 1 1 under the direction of'D1'. Theodore fiyon July r r4th in the Interesto 1

B. Cooper.The'general theme .' tfye. organization. Accordingtd Electric But we have a few of these left
Bell & Howell
I'l for the workshop was "Improving president L. M. Royal many Eye

r Instruction Through Educational t ings.will be sold at the'eek-
t I: I ; Telefision.-This course'began'on end ball games and at the Ma- Movie Cameras w from 99.95BULLINGTON for our Shopportunity Days
., June 16th. Mrs: Paul 'Will returnto sdnic Hall. All members are asked
'Starke" this weekend.' to donate the things necessaryto Customers ,this weekend-

t. 'Mrs. Ethel Young has coin: make this food sale beneficial. .

pleted her first workshop exper- Regular meeting will be held on i I
ience in school'lunch at Bethune- Sunday room 9 RJE at p.

Cookmaii College She Corked'' In All members are asked to be' ;pre- rr

school lunch at RJE sent. Membership i drive is':now
i. 'w the program
:'. I'S Superior JALOUSIE WINDOWS last"'term and did a yry fine job. on. Encourage one of your friends Studio & Gift ShopWORLD'S LAA1

In a desire improve her work who is the wife, mother or sisterof .

she attended the'worksh which a service man to join Sunday Jb

'' held from June 16 to 27> atBethuneCbokman. July 7th. ; .
Width X Priced was I. o. j: :
I, Height "CompJ te .- This was the Summer Program ..i.. .. ..

fourth workshop for the manager, Principal Eddie; Thompkins, director -

i i: If 1 25 3o" 5.96 Mrs. Alma Jenkins i Mrs. Charity of"RJE'summer program W -
x Williams also attended workshops announces the following changes

on school lunch. in the.schedule': .: Swimming will
Parents" should be pleased to be held' on Monday' Wednesday ,
: -
30 x 38'3.8" 1 10.25 have their Children t'lunch and Friday<
t' t i. that!is prepared by trained,work- school: pupils that are considered' :
ers. You don't have to worry a- intermediate .apd advanced,: on $ LOWEST PRICE
.t 37"x 50 5-8" 13.75 bout food poisoning or unbalanceddiet Tuesday' add\ *Thursday morings ., ..
; ax D I- T'
F i' with workers like these. Let's elementary andf beginning? pupils >
I support the school lunch, program, wilt-go to'the lake for swimming.Bus James Hart" Manager
t These Are Prices You've Been Waiting For this year. Our goal. 100 per tent will leave the campus no ,
later than 9:15: a. m. and will re- R !
w participation of all pupils in the
t '" ., ;, turn by 12 noon. All pupils will P I! r
I hot lunch program. Principal Eddie _. :I Central Fla Gas & Appliance Co.HAS
Let us help you Thompkins highly endorsed return home for a shower 'and J ,.."' .. :: .
this workshop and appreciatesthe lunch. On Monday afternoon from ---

with all 'your i ,' ''' attendance of his staff, which 5 to 7 free dance for teenagersin 'FINE.QUAlITY MACHINE'theSMlTBCOlOHA1

I I .fl benefits the teachers as well 'as the RJE Cafetorium. Tuesday GONE
::' Do' It Yourself I pupils. afternoon free movies at the : eRA Z Y

1 V l Reno Theater'The Reading Clinic ; :
Registration Ttime
:; projectsIncluding and Library activities will be heldon
It is time to register for camp
I attendance in July of Coacoochee. Wednesday morning and n. !
: swimming for''advanced pupilsat J
,y 1 There will be two camp periods; the Jake School will be; di&: 6 HE IS SELLING A TOP QUALITYDeLuxe

,' 4' ADDITIONS "t July 21-27 and July 28 to August missed each: 'Wednesday at 12 M 0 .
I _?'. 3rd. The cost of camp per scout.
noon ,On Thursday afternoon Chef 36 InchRANGE31
CARPORTS ,t'M -. 'I for each period will be $11.00.-A' Magic
I small,groups--will be organized for
r .FENCES V a' II reservation fee<<:_ of $2.00 willi }e-, arts and crafts, home nursing,. ... "of, '

PLAY.ROOMS .. : serve a space for a scout in the sports;, recreatusi; etc After' advanced -' r
period he desires. Scouts wno +' 8 8 it Q7
: UTILITY ROOMS 'group' returns from lakeon
would like to register for more
Ii Friday school will be out fdr :
al r '
i than one period"may do so. 6 .
Bring i Your Plans to Us. 6
_,. ... .._' the day. Parents are asked; to '.
t \' e'It be Clad to Help :: .. ..i ; Applications dray be secured please observe these changes. in a For 0 y .

I with' Advice; Ideas, Materials \ .-. s-. -=----- i Sr.from Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall' the schedule. 4

t by WarfenlConst.and'Construction.; Co. lucly, thin 9i Tin a carpenter an! : *, Parents, did you know that\ Adult The Education adult education and classes 2r.3 I And Giving/ You A 10-Year

I know how to du.ftrOne Camp Coacoochee is one of Flor- for veterans will continue '

ida's citizenship training centers>' through this month and will close t?wd Guaranteed

Year Warranty Guarantee On Our WorkmanshipAnd where boys.:'an 4 )"oqng'plen. learn for vacation on July 31. Adults ", .

: Materials.\ Over 20 Years Building Exp riente.I to live together, govern themselves enrolled and those wishing to<'join' : .

I and have fun throUgh are asked to do So. Enrollment'is 'Water\ Heater.

t 1 activities that 'prepare themf for continuous. Even WQ or three .

.USE.. adult living? In the out-of-d drs, weeks will be helpful to you' "if qu f" ,, j ., :.'

I', J & J's each camper learns to 'beconeore you want to learn something. .- VS -
a MODERNIZATIONPLAN J&J [ self reliant, practicing skills Adults are finding 'the questionand OR,, V

I' for living with others, learning answer 'period in ''Moral and -- 'I.

,. QUALITY BUILDING SUPPUES SMVtCT ,nature, sharing responsibilities'and Spiritual Foundations ;taught by. :, ': **-, .ta. J 1:. .,;., 30,000 P Magic Chef Heater

acquiring fundamental. 'of Rev. J. P. Franklin very Inter Work
: iL
h Easy Financing Phone 3JO crfod P': ma- 'fro features for J Jax and ...\g.cJ! __
personal development. Your f
tI esting and chaJ1e ging..Rev,Jln- .. '" ,
) E. CALL ST STARKE FLA, may improve more in these two ses Clark isrert Inspired and .;0, athQ> Df.lf e.t" {Jlslsu>:Q

l NO DOWN- PAYMENT EcttaUiJ f weeks than nine months of schooling plans to further his Bible Study S. 9 9. 5" 'yvpik ,of every 1 k a1.itik Central Fla. Gas & Appliance ,Co.
WIt.0.4.n'a Title 1.Iaanaor: Be. Wise;, if'you woultf only 'sacrifice at Edward Waters College at soon ,_
ABC PaD Loans and send him this summer The as possible. School teachers '' h Plus ,
Sunday Tax
; "
Do It Yourself But Let
Your Gas Dealer
t GQVkliNgE.'tJARM :. food will be prepared by competent ministers,_deacons]. laynjenleani" Pyrof -

... nOV F1rl ID1' s. t Us ,Help, highest dieticians standards according' ramp'to the" fnroH&i more*'hTffils about-" '11 aSS the'ffiat Bible& "meets by :BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH( | 119 Walnut St. Phone .301

-- -- I which is required by the Boy I I I each Tuesday at RJE from 7:30 h -



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:I S[. rw**.*w TTTT TTVTTTTT..*T'i precaution. f C tq of cpl efi yhlckep.' rich I P10 r .TBIIilel 1: Mad- .FO' fD'.tL D1SCHARQE' qF ;'cGoon! .alkja! C-L, ,. JJcGopn, deceasfcetiee .- I Claude, Wiiks..' Defendant"
I i t : 'Lit Exchange: RuJldlnr) ; "ADMISISTBATRIX 4d. Case 1t-567
Glad to' have Miss Dora Clark Out t toothsome
.. soups, swept corn, ''Jac.k.soRvlUe"I, Florida and'tlfe tlut TO ALL WHOM IT MA r CONCJSKN! : Of Filing Petitloa For Find Notlee' Te Appeir:
kISINGe hack with us after"her two week J J: mealy potatoes, beautiful toln original in the'trlce'of the Clerk of Notice' is hereby given that 1 UlMharce Of Administrator -' To: Claude Wilts, whose residenceand
visit in: Ellisville with her niece, toes .the Circuit' Court on or be/ore the gl have filed my' final 'returns as ad- Notice Is hereby given that I have address Is: Uaknown.
I It'F4: uh r+' -- Qf etcA'f'f day of July,; 1J5I*. 'otherwise the nUnistratrix of the, estate oC Kiohar.4 filed my Fine, a Return as Administrator You JN hereby notUiea that a suit
h Mrs. Falkner; and other relatives. f AU. >gatlon4' of.said"Complaint wiU betaken gtephen Fernandea. deceasea; ft the'testate 'of Charles I*- Mc- for Civorce And restoration of 'maiden
V PI )In. j 9Mon ,JtDetI 'Mrs. Dicie- Peterson. of OtterTreelc.is ,An t"e items xon/es/4. by yoa.This that 'I have filed 'Tny: pentien fbr Goon aikik C. U HcGoon. deceased name has been fued against you in
: gay f'"t ;iptb-ej; nw. -'notice* eMil' once final discharge, and that -will apply that I have filed my Petition for Dis- the above named Court and 'cause
I JtMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlC ... spending two :weeks with e of July J933 was .one about JUJss each week for four consecutive weeksin to the Honorable Theren A.Tawn tribution and Final Dscharge, and and you are required to serve copy
ot---- -t : t C! sister'.Mrs. wio the ''B/adfprd ; County' Judge1" of BradfordCototy .. of answer or pleading to. the
he; P. B. Jphns.Mr. >Marguerite"Ptfvatt.. 4-p girl County Telegraph. that on the 8th day of July. X I) your 4
/> .- .. arid Mrs. peed Lewis Dated thflr'U' day of June, 1958. ? Florida; OB July il, nat \ a 1958 J'yHJ appjy ta'tha Hon&rableTheron compisint'on! the Plaintiffs
; aQJ( Mr$. Rudolph Sapp and wo i' second prizf in tie I 10:00 for ef '
) a.m. the
nd htgrgleft ast p gtafe (OlflCIAIj: saA n approval A. 'Tawn. County Judge pf Attorney K.; K. *-erryman, Starke,
Sunday morn LYnn spent Sunday with'' Mrs.S3pp'S dress Revue jjeld in Tallahasseeduring -CHARLES DARBT, same and for final discharge is ad- Bradford County, Florida, for approval Florida.
"Ing> ;Nor, pfoVgia, where Mr. Lewis ,- Short 'II Clerk of the Circuit Co rt ministratrix of the estate of Kicn-. of said Final Returns--and for and file the original in the officeof
mother, Mrs B>rry Taylorof the Course. '
By' M>rian'-U; 'Crosby/ ard Stephen Fernanda deceased. ,
<&; employed.! an Order of Distribution! and Final the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
:' Middleburg. -- I -Her -costume -consisted pf ''a Deputy Clerk-: Dated this Suite 17 Florida.sI ,'195S! .at Starke, Discharge; .119. Administrator of said. or before the 14 day of July: 1J58
1" Mr. and Mrs Albert Npnnaij Congratulations to Mr.., and Starke had day July brawn dress laThe QaBBty, rata's fomrt r Ofraf. estate. - otherwise 'the allegations of said
quiet on /silk sjpgrts L.
a ,
I 1U1aP .*. {...t;';! '1or da' '* | Eva Fernandez This tth day of tuna A. D., 1958.: Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and son, .Johnnie' and Robert Mrs.Johnny Bennett on the birth 4, 1933. According to the TELEGRAPH with accessories to match. Tpe# : IN RE: Estate of Catherine Teare. Administratrix[ of the estate SjCharles }I. SchmittAdministrator ly you.
of Richard
StephenFernah- '
JJorman returned Friday fropa cf a daughter, Darlene June, last of that week ."Starke assumed I entire' i Arkansas: Their ,daughter-in I-IS 4t 7-10 Charles L. Y<:Goon, aka[ C. L. >Ic- each week for four consecutive weeks
peek. She
: Y( weighed eight pounds,, a pall of rigor mortis that $6.85.' .NOTICE or'INTENTION TO t- Goon, deceased. in the Bradford County Telegraph.
;"Jaw. .Mrs. A. W. Norman reiUrne.d nine one-half ounces.Mr has been enveloping: it' for "the \It' i 'e -',. I. _EGSTK JICTtTIOCS NAME 612| 4t 7|) Dated this !S I day of June. 1958.

with them for a visit I and Mrs. John Benny Sapp past few years on the Fourth of Ernest E. i4Qt rgfin' of La w. 7 Notice la ereby giyen' .that-the im- NOTICE HEREBT; (OFFICIAL SEAL)
derslirned.under'the provisions 'of Br dford sods- :NOTICE: TO DEFEND: Charles A. Darby
l 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Proctor and Daytona' : spent the weekend July." wrote to fee. mEG} 1r m Chaptel"IOIS!, Laws of Florida,Adts the tion County Jonej Fair.Langrora- !, rirealt feart.. Bradford C utJ, Citric of the Circuit Court.

tdaughters of Jacksonville visited with his parents." Mr. and, Mrs. Hard roads were blamed for ,C.C.iC. damp at Eastpp'rjt .describujl ,-t. 94J, will register with the'Clerk White'Incorporated.Post Number: 56. .The Ameri Florida: fa Chancery. By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk.
MorriS of the Circuit Court in an d< for Bradford it Louise Rosier Wilks; Plaintiff! vs. 61U U 13!
Mrs. Carl :
'his"mcttier; Maude Sapp the fact that citizens "enjoyed the) the 4. of a'ypiui can Legion a corporation not lor
{ ay :., ? ._ I ): County Florlda..upon ';receipt 'of profit, of Its intention to apply fo .
of' Gainesville, over the weekend. A. J. Boles Jr. of Waldo spent holiday away from home and the in the Civilian Consenatiop'-CQ p, : proof of publication of this notice. the Hoporable Geo.' U Patten oae '

t 'Don't forget: Sunday- School' last week with his grandmother,' paper consoled itself by pointing or '"Roosevelt's' 'yed buk pcra Repairs'be fictitious under name which of I Bradford am engaged Sbpa: in of and the for Judges the of Eighth 1 the Circuit Judicial Court Circuit + .Share tie profits in Star e

19 a. m. Morning! Worship, J1 a. Mrs. Maude Wainwright. A. J's out that'it had a "safe"'lf notnoisy ers," as they were "locally; na.md. |In 1 business at. iffi court Street.. in and for Bradford! County,
'Tr (fn1rig Union parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boles of jot' >' Starke.'Fl6ridi.: Florida or-' in ais"absence one el
m. 7 p. m. and Fourth July. The feoys' ; up at ;30.; Md (Audrey. Harrington. 128 Court the other Circuit Judges at 10
Evening! Services, 8 p. p. Also spent Sunday, 'with- Mrs. Wainwright The came issue of the paper breakasr'6 Wd Yrk I te thf Street.. Starke Fja. sole owner. r. m. on the 11 day of July ,
:Mid-Week Prayer Meeting. reported' some"of the 'doings"'of woods most or Oie day"ch6p'plngdown : I Dated' this 16th'day of June A. D. 1958. for an order approving an '
i 1958 at SUrke. Bradford County amendment to'the Charter of the.
i Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johns and
Vacation Bible School begins earlier celebrations, that. were tree$' and grubbing out Florida;; '-fllS! it 711? ,said' Fair'Association. i
/July 14,,with enrollment set for I I children of Jacksonville spent livller. stumps, ready for a' tractor to The Amendment relates to Articles -:
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Methodist NOTICE OF INTENTION TO' T. Ila), III, V, VI, IX; of,
Saturday, night. July 12. Every- In 1887 the and plow!! JUS 2S8SK He S13! they b&3? REG1STFS nCJITIOri JTAJO! said Charter* the major changes being -'
*ne invited to attend. Johns and Mr; and Mrs. Ivry Baptist SundaY'Schools'heldpicnic a N lfee.is !,ereby given that the undersigned to Change! the name to "*$ ad-
good food and lot of time
Thompson. "Messers Andrews and AlYjirez pent, ,; a "under the provisions of ford Co 071 t'y-Fair! Association !nc.-I

f'. 11't "Mr. and Mrs. Q..L. ,Sapp and will carry *out arid bring in athletic contests with lights I Chanter of: 1941., 'will sr.-.Lawa'of' register with I'tOI'tdl'tb the. Clerk or to ft4blltty increase\ to aiithertzed,$10000.00 Indebtedness and other-\ i July 5th Special!

wwwww..YYW.ww3Tttwt. grandson, Ljnrj yjs1 ed Mr.." s.apj)' back'alj'' w)9 Wish for 1 geptj": ouJi at 9:30: p. m.r 6J te, GJlvuit tjfurt In wta,'tp ,eonfprm V and comply with I
8recce Beef
*. f mother I >
Mrs. Susan Sapp of Gainesville *
; NORTH SIDE In 1888 a picnic was held at proof of publication' of this notice, 'specifies charter requirements/
on Sunday. Sparkman's Bridge "near the For the years 1932 Bradford the fictitious! "llamtf' of' Clay' GuTy! such aesceiaUeBB. v '

.t We are happy to report that Mr. residence of jateSBGd friend .c m1Y rlrficials i 1 received' Ranch, under which I am engaged in The proposed Amfe-.dment' is 'nowon
our ihafa bulnesamiles} south of file in the office ">! Charles 'A.
By Mrs. Can Brown Daniels is home fromth; -hospital Mr. Sparkman," with more lowing incomes: CountyJudge, Fla.E.D. Hampton Darby, Clerk of the Circuit: 'Court, CHAIR I
IB and far J adtor4 County, iriorlda.
r Box
although Men 81. Hampton, Fla..
he still
needs than 400 .
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.. your pray- $1,576.71; clerk pf, ,the 'reircoit sole owner] j Bradford County Fair Association. ,, TV
l I ers. platform was erected tor Dated this 19th day of June, A. D. etc.
We had wonderful court. $2,548.35; sheriff, $1,894' 1951 'at By: Harry H. .Rabb. Jr.
7-: services Sunday Little Gregory Alvarez has I dancing with' music supplied by FloridL Starke I ; Bradford CqJ1ntT, President.

;<< and Sunday SchQol 'attend-' measles. Others on our sick list the Baisden'brothers, and "the .?7; tax.collector, 62,06 .il; tax; 6119 '1ti9ra Attest:-Joseph E. Gray, rSecretary. I frlod reckon/
; 4t
lance was up.'Hope'it will} not be assessor I
are Mrs. Cowart. Leaman Norman, merry belles tripped the light ,i $2,297. Salaries. then, povrtOf:: ; 6.Ut 7In .''''
Con ; BI'.t:
tY 3.dl/e
ilong before everyone wild} ,hear a and: Mr. and Mrs. Career. We wish fantastic.' were on a tee basis and they puist 'ford llit t. ef FI.I'/ Frame. of Colors

big "bong" on Sunday mornings. them all a peedY Mr. S. F. Gardinerread the IN. RE:celBty. OK KiCHAUU The feoftty lait '. Conri. In Aitf .c.rJ. t
recovery., have looked high $ T' '
:'We to some becauseit AND :&, i Bradford County .
have Flop d
belli: now' |
a new to get .
Happy to Declaration of Independence. decea d. j 'r
pirthday Shirley (
4" "biH. i
,was ?roposed.tocut; them. '> SIIOPPORTUHITY SPEGIAURegular F !
1Cup. *,, pTiCB ftp" FILING (
Whitaker on her eighth anniver- : PFF1'Pfp'' la! Rer|The Estate of Charles IiI -

f Happy Fourth of--July to everyone ', sary, and ajso' to my husband, Lawtey, ,in 1890 was the scene A general salary fixing bill Win a' ,. : .r

and do be careful,'take every J J Carl Brown, whose birthday was of .a bang-up celebration with the legislature, which.would.set

I church bells and cannon greeting all.coitoty:officials salaries in the LE US FI1WBE. N, YOUR NEXT I

the dawn of July 4 and "the state at $1,000.Bradford Price $10.5

American flag unfurled from the .
lofty staff of the. Academy build t I '' e '. I BUI4DING JOB .
County wa'annolinc. '

? WRGR ? ing.:' ed as. "tick free_for '1933. The Cash and' Carry -
Among the social functions -
item also stated. I "that
seven For
were a lawn fete "at the beauti

ful country residence of Mr.. purebred ,beef cattle hap. been

Sayles" and a croquet tourna introduced here !as a result' oftick Free / = ,- FOR ONLY

ment at the Burrin House. i u' .
{ "At' 11 o'clock an intermissionwas i
MIGHTY 1490"ANSWERS | ordered to cater to the inner Estlmates. tI I' I
man.' Lemonade, watermelon,I CALl, FOU BID 7a \
strawberry wine and other fluid
; phone
TO extracts (herein nameless] were I Starke, Florida -:- .. 5 ( I
Sealed bids will be received by the .
served. The elaborate dinner I Board of Public Instruction of Ora4.fcrd j- 'I
County, Florida, at the office ,..493-J1., r:::; I
Entertainment Contest N6. 2 last week. of the Superintendent of Public Instruction '' ; 1 ;.

.. in Starke; Florida; up to 10a
Mrs. A. W. Brown left Tuesdayfor RESIDENTIAL .
) : m., K. S. T.; Monday, July 31, 9pMMERCIAL t
r'I Stl: Petersburg where she will 1958, at which time and place all bids .

spend some time with her mother, received will publIcly opened and j REPAIRS
I.-TERESSA BREWER read aloud for .
furnishing all materials !
Mrs. Cribbs, who is very ill. Hope and labor necessary and meet: I
she finds her better. dental to the installation of a new Harry C. Elrod Furniture Co.
boiler in the Bradford County High jl.jf.lSllBConstruction
2-DICK HAYNES Carolyn Brown spent this past School Starke' Florida. }

week with her aunts, Shirley and Each' bid must be accompanied 'by ; 218 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
a certified check
or bond in the
Ernestine Brown. .
amount of five per cent of the base I I
3,--PQT BOQNE (first, record) Let us keep in mind the Associational bid as guarantee that the bidder,' if
Sunday School meeting awarded the contract will, withinten I j ...........-. r. ... ..- - .. .. .-- --
calendar days after
July 17, at Hickory Grove, at 7:30.A : written notice be given of such
Jj; affiHLJAMES5.FREP award enter into a written contract ,. ,4 "' e I
= '. film is to be shown.Announcements with The Board of Public Instruction ( r. ,. -

of the week of Bradford County, Florida, in
are: Sunday School 10 a. m., with the accepted bid and 1. I
a contract
AST hIRE surety bond satisfactory
Morning Worship 11 a. m., to saul Board in an amount

gvening Worship! ?. 8 p. m., midweek equal to one hundred"--'-- per" cent of tie r STARKE, FLORIDA

prayer"service Wednesday, contract No bidder price may withdraw his bid

8 p. m. We are still studying the for a period o/ fifteen days after'the '. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
? The Voice# of Starke ? Book of Revelations..' Brotherhood date se( for the opqnftiff thereof. .,
All work shall be done in accord- .
I f meeting is Friday at 8 p. m.; The nce with specifications and other :- June 23 1958

church with the friendly welcome xmjract'' docu 1t'Jltll' relstive'tlerejo .' .
A-hich1 may be> 'obtained'after June .
It .
G... Gerald Suggs, pastor. 1n'the'' pff lce''(f 'Ebaugh"& GotthS, };, .;jo'$; .., "0'" ." Y : ,. : .. 'E" }

f"" ,- -, r" .. ," _A .. ... ---:--, -,. .... ....... t;;. .. ,..' -- Florida.ongulting No Engineers aeposits ,are required C Gainesville.tor!. ',: L : '" _:;-". \. .

such snecficaUons...... and forms. for b14 r J L
. I ding .. f
__ jSld4fr" qualifications: must be Resources .
satisfactory to )the Board pC Public$
'nstruetion of Bradford Ccuntlt: < '

fjorfda.l ,' .. ,., ,; I
The Board of Public Instruction of ,.. ., ,

Starke Bradford County,."Florida, reserves! L and Discounts '
\ the right ta accept. any bW whicli' In ana :. $1,259,093.16 I
their opinion appears to be in J the I 4 !i..

test reserves public lnlerest.r the right The to,Board waive further any- Banking House, Furn.. & Fixtures : : 16,?24. 7

'q' nna.Jitlrs'ln"anJ bid and to reect
\ny or all bids '
The Board of Public Instructionof Prepaid Expenses '. 2,560,94

.. a r / i Bradford County, Flnrldj.By .
-,Harmon"3r< rg ;-at'<'retary.

r&- 7 627-3t| 7110 Other RCIAtltce$ i < 367.10

lI IB The Gouty jf.c,', Mart !. AmiFeK *

Sat, July 5th IN1: REr Bradford ESTATE Coaaty.) Florida Accrued Int rt; .Jnspme! .Receivable I 19905.62 \ : :,

\ ANNIE P. ,
I( deceasett SCHOflEIJ- U S. Government Securities 2,354,473.70Fla. _
All creditors of the estate of An-

8 4-CUBIC FOOTFREEZER 95 nie P. Schofield} tnif,required deceased to are file herebT'lIotlfJeq any- County: and Municipal 1 Bono's 231742.49, ,

Today's Greatest Bargain riairni or demands which they may

HILCO have of against the county said estate Judge in of the Bradford office Ofher State and Municipal l Bonds 165,8 Pl.00 .

-- Chest Freezers -- 884 Lb. County, Florida in tne court- 'I '
house at Starke, Florida within
.' eight calendar mODt .rtrgm "tt! ,Cfih on Hand and Due From Bank? 51,85@r51 3,033,932.32

E Capacity > Modem Design.wmmmm date notice.of Each the first claim publication or demand of must this

be' in writing and mush, stale t&e $4,312,677.89
place or residence and'post' office
address ef the claimant and must '..... .

be sworn to by the claimant. his .... .
agent; or hi; attorneX, 'p* rt'win!. '
become void according to taw. -" ;:
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: "
June 25 1958 ... ,. .. : ( ,. ." ": :'
si I OUie.: endrick, ,,' "" .'" 'f ... r ,,' I
1 Executor of the Estate of Annie ', .f :'. :' ... Liabilities :
'P. Sc ofleld. decease.. ;' .
First publication on June z&, 1958.>> "" I I -. ;:
p.l : :
I Q < .
.4t .
\ 1-26 ft 7.17 ... .'
& I. Jo': t\ :.*'. ., ....... ;t.;: ',,. .. .:'
In The Cee.ty imdgt'n t -I. .
I* t
2 SPlEDSl2tYCIESl. For Bradford CAUPrcbatc. r.: '..t*,1 ,pital Stock : :... '-. 150,000.00 .Y

i ., In Re: .Estate of Franklin C. Hol- ', '. t.... .",.-."."...... '" . ("1'-'
... .' :
lingswprth. deceased. urplUI' 175,000,00 s .
3 v
NOTICE/ "- -. :
TO: All creditors and other persons (
with having an interest in the Estate of divide 24 418.38 349,48.38
-- Franklin C. Hollingsworth, deceased. Pf .rrpf ;
.Tou are fre1l7"notWe.4, that Jam 1
'- lIoUln&'s""oAA Executor- on thisdate For 110,473.89
!If -teed'flfs'ireoun nlMn \he above Reserve !
named estate, with the County Judgeof HNf'f ern n r f I .

\ Bradford County, Florida; said Reserve for Taxes Etc. 37J4 t.7
.,. M 3E4 F: atcouafing embraces all of the as ,Interest .
sets,4- Income and disbursements for 1 f.. t 1 .
1 rTa1, ua elTEIi the period from June 3, 1955, through
& Income Collected
Not Earned 3,621633,782f672.72
.. June 17, 1S5S. Interest ,
f fAno.Anc SOAP 01 I v.TOU-'f.r *turher' notified"fhaf' It .. ,. .. '
yoi'liave'tly Ujecfibns'to saM a"munUng

# III1IH II II S or to any Item containe Pfposits
- therein such oblections must .** fUe
1( Mioro with the Court and a ropy them f
1rPOII-the-'ttM'Dl'fr fur tRB .
t f1111idrsiEl.. I ; Executor within thirty (10) days or .
f. J 8- said accounting will stand approved
...-=::- ." Dated this mh day of June 1958 .
.... y0e am'l O\'fJrloacl, I".n II"" 95 Norman J.- Smithof ,1 j .. .h
It ... e "" WUlllJ.lUI $229 Bates. McGowaa t: Jones "
... Y .1' 1 + 50 Attorneys for Executor P. Cv Box "
g$2 IUCtIIC DIYIIr 391 Florida. ;
r 1& Per Wee --- *-a., .. i'27-4i'I 711 1 1 ; 7; FLORIDA 5qic :

10'0 ; 'f.
I IB, Che1l1t Cftvrt. Br 4frd ComatyffTMr : .
# ,I"4 CbABeerx,** *. .r. .f-t-: :" $' : .: ..

DEALER Julia Buda Williams. Plaintiff vs. } ,' One of 28 Banks in the Florida .. .
: cIt NASWORTHY'PBilco William Henry Willams Defendant. f. :._ t-r--. "" ., .

Pv NOTICE TO CM APPEAR M.. U7 I .., --i1t14n91. Droop : 1t. .' ,

To: William Henry Williams, ,
t 1 whose residence and address is: 11 ',' ,
: "
i 27 Years You" i srr Ur-stH e t"'F 1tICn"1CJ.-: '
Serving Tou are hereby notified that a lultfor MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

} divorce, has pta jued .Wla ::
ro .&rt''l1&1De4'Coort"' an< -, .
[ !19 E... 2 ELI, $T. STABKE, ..FLA.I l ocose'and'y w'are fctreby'requJretf- -; ',- .' -
serve a copy of your answer or
I pleading t*>,.tOTini)>al"t'''

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ii i St. MarkY: Episcopal HHVAT! CHAPELASSF.3IBLY union Y p. m.; evening worship I, HOMECOMING: pared!for E. I". Birt, N. G. Hayes. field::, -:;;'\T ,/

I Ref Raymond & MaclUatn OF GOD ,8 p. .m., : AT BETHEL BAPTIST Clyde Cone and J. W. Gaskins. f's' '
Servlces9'(5'a.m.: G. M. Osborne Pastor Wednesday-i-Hour of Prayer, Birt is using Pangola and Harold Norman used, the Dis
Sunday .
I Church hold
Sunday School, 10 a._ rn.MornIng 8 p. m.. Bethel Baptist, will trict's chopper to chop down his
E Church School; 11:00: a.m., Morn on son- Coastal Bermuda grass for hay. -
CHURCH NEWS big Prayer.and Sermon. Worship, -11 a. m: Eva g 1is Homecoming He is fertilizing these fields with corn. By chopping.down his crops
/ Holy Communion-FIrst Sun tic Service,, 7:43 p. m. Thursday GRAHAM day, July 6. The Bradford-Union high nitrogen and expects to get Harold can doh better job of

day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, weekly prayer service. Invita-. ,BAPTIST CHURCH, Singing Convention will be in session two or> three cuttings of hay.N. turning'the much needed organic-

.. 7:30 a.m. lion extended: to everyone. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning during the afternoon. Everyone : I G.-Hayes Is doing a good job matter under.

Wednesday-7:00: pjjt. Choir Worship, 11 a. m. Training is cordially invited.-Kev. R. on land shaping and grading for R. C. uampier also used the
Practice; 7:45 panLitany and EVERGREENBAPTIST Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor his chopper to loosen up his pastures.
surface drainage
on cropland
L. Lee,
Presbyterian ChurchFriday Methodist ChurchSunday Bible Study. CHURCH. ship, 7:30: p. m.Rev.. W 0. N.' G. told me he didn't Chopping pastures that have been
Sunday School 10 a.-m..Preaching Collins, ,Sr., pastor. grazed for several years will give 07
for all of his from water-
Church School lose crops
any '
Adult Chclr practice, NEW RIVER 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. the grass new life. Be sure there
8 p.; ,m. ages, 9:45: a.mT Iorning Worship, BAPTIST CHURCH m. Preaching 7:3C p. m. Prayer SOCIAL: SECURITY HOURS standing this year. is plenty of moisture in the
Sunday- Church School. 9:45a. : 11 a.m. A nursery for small children i Meeting Wednesday 7:30: m. HERE NEXT THURSDAYA When you shape your croplandto
the mornIng Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wore p.: .. r' will ground when you chop. :
is provided during uniform grade the water
Obser- a
Morning Worship,
m. worshp! hour. MYF, 8:30: p.m. ship Hour, 11 a, m..EveningServ- representative of, the Gainesville drain off without washing. Billy Dampier used the Dlatrict's
vance of Lord's Supper, 11 a. m. KlJNGSUr LAKE
grain drill to plant a
Evening Union Services at Fresyterian ..:c. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting'eaa Social Security office will be coir
Union Service, First MISSIONARY J. W. Gaskins is also planningto
> Church, 8 p.m., with Rev. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. in'the courtroom here at !9:30 ajn. S oua SOIL CUI STIDIGTl5 crop of Hairy Indigo. Billy hopes
Presbyterian Church, 8 p. m: Sunday School 8:45 aJn. 'Mora- shape and grade his fields. to get a cutting of hay and then
Sherwood bringing the message. on Thursday, July 10, for the pur-
Tuesday -Circles of Women of Ing rcrshlp 11 a.m. Evening Wade has several bad spots in turn the Indigo'nder for a land:
Meetingand mGULA.N1JBAPTIST ot social
Prayer pose conducting
the.Church meet as fellows:' No. Wednesday Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meettafeach security Soil Conservation one of his fields which gave him builder. <,,'
Bible Study in Fellowship CHURCH business.. .
'1 with Mrs. E, M. Davis at 8' p.: Wednesday 7:30 Everyone this Land
Hall, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. p.m. Persons wishingto apply for N-E-W-S I' plenty of trouble year. Lucian and Doyle Conner used
m. No. 2 with Mrs. P. D. Fancherat welcome. Rev. H. H. Mott, the District's rotocycle to
soiial and mower
Morning Worship,.11 a. m. and security retirement or sur- grading is a good practice _
the State Farm at 9:30: a. m. pastor.
control the weeds in
Junior Club group ad -dhj n First Christian Church 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each vivors benefits, .secure. social se- By Bill lass you can get help from the ACP their
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. Rev. curity, account numbers, or get Soil Conservation Service pastures.
There will not be, a: meeting of Morning worship, 11 a.m. Chum Everybody BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH any.other social security informa- en the cost shares. The Soil Conservation Mowing the weeds, before they

the Junior Group'since the pastor Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor George welcome. pastor. Sunaay School, It a. m.; morning -. tion are invited to see the 'representative Ccmplete soil and water conservation Service will help you seed ,will prevent them from
will be out of'town. Sunday School, 10 a.m. worship, '11 a. m.; training; at this,time. farm plans were pre- with the ground work out In the I spreading.
Youth Phi iron., 7 n.m. .. ,
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At The Tabernacle Wednesday;; Prayer Meeting, I : V V ""-- -:- V V V -: Ul'
7::30 p.m. V -

Weekend services at the Gospel Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. -

with Tabernacle sponsor an." on Illustrated closed"The Seven,Sunday lessen by Judgments -night the- Tuesday Wednesday.Ladies nights.Everybody Council welcome. 1st and to each 3rd 1''fake your t : Jm1bems( to Church this weeft-m koue fI/L (

All persons interested in Bible service. I ._ ...
attend "
prophecy are invited to i -
the;Bible studies .at the Tabernacle LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST /' '. .
In Hall)
(presently meeting City
'each Tuesday' and Friday .
10 a. m., '4'
Sunday-Bible study,
nights. Paper and pencil to take
worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung.
notes 'will be helpful.
Next Sunday being the first of people's
study,'7 preaching, 7:30.
; .
the month the church covenantwill
served.be"read and communion ob p.m.Radio Wednesday-Bible. study, 7:30 .

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home of S. N. Brown across from
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Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m ,

Bible Study each Wednesday,

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1 E. Massey, Pastor
I.I "Starke's Jeweler"
Bible school, 10 a. m. w ti. :

Preaching, 11 a. m.
l' Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. A. R. Johnson tlw
i Bible Study and Prayer Meet.

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6:30: and 8:30: a.m. Sign of the .
Cross, Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism REALTY
Street Class for children every Satur- V
day, 9:30 a. m.
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Baptist Church Heights ,(follow Hiway 21 southto

.. ..... St. William sign Sunday M- assa:15'
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Sunday School -' 9:45 AM Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning & ASSOCIATE STORE

Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday 5 ,
Morning Worship- 11 AM Evening.Service.. 7:45 p. m. YPB LOVE IS A GREAT REPAIRER .: J J. F. Jaudon .

Training Uni'on-6:45 PM Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. BARBER SHOP
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p../m. '*_
Evening Worship -' 8 PM LAWUr' .. "Beautiful hands are those that. do V ..,' -' -
; Sunday School,- 30 a. m. Morning Smitty Smith Deeds ha.t'are lovely and kind and true. .
Prayer Meet. Wed., 8 PM Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv 'Busy hands! with needle,' thimble and thread! make{ gifts that are doubljr appreciated by the one GIB BROWN'S

r ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. who.receives<< them, for' the recipient knows and senses the.love. that went Into.the work. These .. '\

needle plying hands make repairs on'garments, that last-longer and appear'' neater, needed repairs SERVICE '

.W. L. THIGPEN that.,continually, "("roppingup.." \ STATION

FIRST BAPTIST Church. Starke Hearts and minds often need repair and' just as love accompanies the making of a needle'work t
BUILDER gift or the mending of a garment,'love must enter into the repair-'of the heart'' or the mind. A '

Rev Lewis D. Haines, Pastor church IS'-'lut'lnstitUtlon, that teaehes'love, not selfish, love, but love for others. It Dispenses"1 and .

Jefferson and} Court Streets In the Heart of Town Phone 297J. teaches.the kind of to ve'that' helps mend troubled minds and broken" hearts.. _,.,; .This kind' of love )U FRED'SMARINE I

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