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 10, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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-.,J I I School Board STARKE POLICE 0, '301 Work Sheriff Asked To 'Chop'And :

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y,..r.A 1Px On Ensey TractThe _Starke Police have recently add 'Week Comet Back Monday

!.Ih t ---111 ed, some weapons obtained from '
j, the State Prison Farm to- their 1Possibiiify
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_. important matter before the department arsenal. For,$80 they $ that actual construc-
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School Board at its regular meeting received two double- arrel shotguns tion work on the four-laning ot

: Monday morning was whereto two sawed off shotguns two: U. S, 301 ;:might begin within a t Reddish Defends

i. .1...' ..' put the new Starke Elementary I .38 caliber pistols two 38-40 nflei: /natter'of days,way seen here thisweek.
.j, _" School to be bur! with funds pro- and some tear gas shells for tOt< I The.'State' Road Depart
i. vided by the current bond issue. m nt'8 check for '
: A( I shotguns. I $231.136.00 for Expenditures
f The Tommy Gill property, first Mayor V7. T. Jackson said they right of way.\ purposes was expected -] i
favored by the Board was beyondthe momentarily in the office
purchased the weapons 11] i
i price limit planned. was an excellent opportunity to: if Clerk of the Circuit Court Chas.A. At Budget Meet \
Members looked over a site m Darby. -
bring the police department equipment -
the southeastern section of the
up to standard at small The order of taking on some 80
beyond :Alligator Creek and .
I 100 and parcels of.right of way was Signed -Would it be, all right if I ran
Between Highway Colley
in Gainesville by Judge John, it all myself?" Sheriff P. D. Red
Road. At present an: option is
cost.Maxville \, H. Murpnree and forwarded to dish asked local attorney H. V.
held on this eleven-plus acres Tallahassee Monday. The i ,
Man judge's: Knight after .a sharp exchange
of owned Admiral
part property
g11n1r..j icuon, followed a hearing in of words during an otherwise
} ', Lot Ensey, and negotiations are
Gainesville last Thursday at whichhe
x C quiet and uneventful budget discussion
R.. j t under way for its purchase at a accepted a report of 4
Killed On Track appraisers Monday. with the Boardof
price of $10,000. r1t
on the disputed parcels at a t Commissioners.
,.. p At the next City Council meet .: County
; total figure of $11:>,561:1.00.:
Faced with the Sheriff's requestfor
members of the School Board
I r ing According to condemnation procedure $$67,664.17 than $4,000
tI more
will discuss installing sewer pipe. By Fast TrainFranklin ,' the State Road Department J
to the site.School + increase over his 1957-58 budget
Harmon must put up twice the appraised the Commission asked the Sheriffto
Superintendent ,value, or 1231,136.00, in
For County OfficeWhitehead wield the ax again
said the school
Morgan system C. Padgett '21yearold -
; the registry of Clerk of the Circuit -
when the board meets Monday for
will add four new teachers next
resident of killed
Maxville. was .Court of Bradford County to
term, two of them in special about 8:10: p. m. last Friday I cover damages awarded toy juryvhen First To QualifyA. further budget discussion.
Attorney Knight, as a private
units for slow learners. The schools '
r night when he walked,.into the the condemnation suits come '
have gained some in enrollmentand B. Whitehead, first county ed in Bradford County, and is a 'citizen received permission from
northbound S. A. L. to trial in ,circuit court here, possibly
the five per cent 'cut, from Silver Star, on the track about next fall.. candidate to qualify for the 1958 member of the Pine Level Baptist the board to question the Sheriff,
the sales tax fund will amount to primaries is pictured above Church. He is married to the and asked if two jailers were
one mile north of Maxville. As, soon as the SRD is .r
$10,000 for Bradford County, 'but! It money paying his $60 qualifying tee former Leona Dobbs of Raiford :necessary :.since'one, has been
was reported Padgett.
received here, a work order may
a raise in property valuation will Tuesday afternoon to Deputy and they have five children. Their able to handle the job for several
together with his uncle and aunt.
r nullify this loss to some extent. *e Issued'on the project, it was Clerk Marian L. Crosby. Whitehead farm home is nine miles west ot years."
Albert and Thelma Oliver and
Contracts for pest control were .said. a 42-year-old Bradford Starke in what is known as the Knight also stated that the
friend, Roy Smith had most
i spent
renewed with the Florida Pest of the day, the 4th of July, in It is understood that the contractor County farmer, living in the west- Vanderbilt section.In Sheriff and one deputy ". Jia v e
Control and Chemical ,Co. oi ern part of the county, is a can- taken care of the office for 20 or
r Baldwin and were returning to S'J'Y'oWalConslruction announcing ,Mr. Whitehead
Gainesville' for BHS, the USO 30 years even 'during Blanding
didate fcr County Commissioner
Maxville when aa argument started Co... of ,Gainesville,. is ready to promised "honesty, cooperation, ,
building and Lawtey Junior High. District 2, the post., now held by when there was ten times as much
I as to who was to drive the car. start as soon as the work orderis and sincel: in out the "
All members were present at Commissioner E. L. Crawford. Y" carrying trouble as there,is now.
r The party stopped and got out of '
the meeting. issued: *. and it is, possible that Whitehead was (born and rear- duties of tile office, if elected. Sheriff Reddish invited Knightto
the car, it was said and Smith
the company: might move in next check the record stating that
n / and Padgett began fighting. tie would find that":. crime and
Baldwin Constable E. V. Roberts week, if everything. goes accord- Warren Race Track Funds
Ben HoltzendorfTo to schedule. ReadyTo expenses have both gone up, andit
arrived on the scene and attempted ing takes more ,to.-operate the, department -
to break up the fight. Padgett Each defendant in the condemnation '
Make Race now than ever before
got away and started walking suit, will be notified five Start Soon Fall Short Knight remarked that jf

For Police ChiefActing down the railroad. track towardMaxvlUe. days. in advance of any'work to 0 in office' cannot-- support Itself

be done on 'their property. something iswrong..":

According to S. A. L. Claim On New Houses Of'57 Cause of the controversy was
Scenes along State Road 16 East Chief of Police Ben C. The first work will likely con- Figure
Agent-J., A. Willis, the ,train en- the Sheriff's submitted budget of
No Doubt About It Holtzendorf qualified 'July 9 for gineer stated that he saw,Padgett sist of clearing the right of way $67,664.17 aeonsiderableIncreaseover

election as Police Chief in the walking down the track: toward and_ drainage work. of
.. Jos.. E .Warren, Starke builder, Bradford County received its -yew's-$63,221.63,
i coming:election. .No ,otlgrandi'? !- tlwririiaana\ holdinghisihandtto! '- 4' said yesterday that all but a few final horse and ,dog track racing which.$43,024,31''ha., tiready-.been

-4thOfJuIy1YasAllYet date, has qualified to date. shade his.eyesyfront the glare of details have been'worked out and check last week for $1200 bring- :spent, with four 'months still to

0 Starting with the departmentin the powerful,head lights. He said yoodNamed actual construction of homes in ing to $171.000 the total amount :go in the current year.
1938 Holtzendorf has been,with he could not stop the fast-moving I '
his new Parkwood subdivision on brought into the county from this In justifying increased expenses

It was a wet Fourth of July for about two miles up and down that the Starke police for about ten streamliner in time to avoid hitting Assistant West Pratt St. should begin in source for the current season. The I the.Sheriff pointed tothe

Bradford Countlans as 3.92 inchesof road East of Harley's garage it years with time out when he was the man.Padgett from 20 to 30 days. total was $4,000 less than the I addition of a newman and a car.

self-employed as a farmer and knocked 85 .or 90 BHS' PrincipalJos. ; ; received last j is well as to the added expenses
rainfall was measured at the rained much harder and longer was Mr. Warren said that FHA has $175,000 figure year.

City Power Plant that holiday, than elsewhere. This statementcan carpenter. .. feet by the impact and his body approved the plot and he has already Unfavorable weather during the 1 that were formerly paid by the
Serving as acting chief since was' badly mutilated. tourist is believed to be county c: general, fund. such as up-
causing cancellations of family be vouched for by the Tele- Chief O.Wood, former vocational arranged for construction season
retirement of
outings and producing high waterIn graph photographer, who tried to the July 1 i Smith was held for a while, agriculture instructor Bradford 'money. The only. holdup now is the cause of the decline. I ceep of the jail.
Holtzendorf assistant -
Ed Thornton. was
lowland areas. get pistures of the water but chief during the illness of pending investigation of the Incident I High ,School has been appointed the processing of title insuranceand Under the new method of division Shying away from the threatf

The total recorded last week' found this difficult due to all the Thornton. .. but was later released witha : to the position of assistant principal that is expected to be com- adopted last year, Bradford c an increased tax levy to makeup

was 5.33 inches with Wednesdaythe rain just in that area and the small fine for fighting.; effective ,July 1, it was an- pleted within the next few weeks. County Hospital received $15,000; 1 a predicted $10,000 to $12,000

only dry day. Monday registered sun shining aU around. The accident victim was the nounced yesterday. Warren and the City have work- the Board of County Commissioners I;shortage in the- Fine &; Forfeiture

.11 inch. Tuesday found Slick roads were the cause of Biggest Crowd son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Pad: Wood's' place in the vocational ed out a satisfactory agreement on $62,400; and the School ]fund for the'current year, Commissioner -

1.10 inches, Thursday got .14 inch several minor automobile colli- Seen Saturday [gett of Maxville, and is survived agriculture department has been paving, sewer lines, and other Board got the lion's share $93,600. H. A. Bishop suggested

and, Saturday .06 inch. sions as U. S. 301 was heavily by his parents and several brothers filled by Curtis A. Marlow, who utilities in the new development.. For the 1957 season all three 1 the: cutting off of one man and a

Water troubles were experiencedout travelled through Starke. At: ShopportunityIn and sisters. comes to ,Starke from Williston, Pratt Street, will'be paved from units shared equally, each getting Iei ar.: Sheriff Reddish stated that

the old Camp Blanding roadas Although the "Fourth" was Orange to Saratoga Heights with i $58,333.33 to make up the total 1 1i ,he..office could knot operate efficiently -
spite of it being a holiday Funeral services were held in where he taught for the past two
the Jarvis house looked as if miserable boats swmimers and Warren doing the 'work and the i of $175,000. j with such: a cut.
the Long Branch Baptist Church Marlow has'a bachelor of
years. .
it were floating at sea, and graded, picnickers turned out in full force weekend and a rainy one to boot, city reimbursing him for part of]I Due to an impending crisis in Bishop then appealed to the
to turn out Monday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock science degree in agriculture from
the largest crowd yet
lakes. In to school financing however, the :Sheriff "as friend" to "please
resembled perfectly
side roads i I on a dry Sunday with Rev. Herb Higdon officiating. the University Florida.In the cost. Streets inside the, sub- a
running' make for the bad was present for the Shopportunity Hospital Board, agreed to accept much and
that particular area up holiday. Arrangements were in charge of division, which extends on both 4 hop as as possible re-
I Days party in front of Bullington'slast his new position'as assistant the first$15,000 out of the racetrack I submit the budget next Monday.*?
will also be
Funeral sides of Pratt Street, '
Saturday afternoon.Five Brinkley Home Mac principal :Wood will assist with funds each with the '
year, The suggested,
and all paving will be of figure. $60,000 was
Parents Enter Wiggins% First lucky persons in the crowd clenny. general office routine handle the curb paved and gutter type. remainder divided 60 per cent to 1 which would represent a cut of

received crisp $5 bills as a gift withdrawal and transfer I of stu- the School Board and 40 per cent

from the 21 cooperating Shoppor Money Requests dents: supervise student records, Warren said that from 18 to 22 to the County Commission. [Continued on Page 61

$$100 OOO Suit To Announce tunity merchants. Two of these program schedules, 0 etc.; assist houses will be constructed! to begin -

got away before their names were Heard Board with counseling gather pertinent with, with others to come later -!

learned but the other three were: By Information about 'colleges, including as the ,first ones are sold.. He Lawtey Council Told Septic Tanks

For Council Post Mrs. Rose Lee Starke; Lemmie L. admission' requirements, has 64 lots in the new subdivision.
Injured BoyA Griffis. Raiford; and Letha Bell All Day MondayBudget scholarship opportunities, etc.: All of the houses will have'three

Prevatt, Lawtey. This shows that assist with setting 'up programs of bedrooms and will range in price Increasingly Dangerous In City

suit for damages in excess Orie A. Wiggins employe of many folks from neighboringtowns matters forced other student activities and extra-cur- from $11,000 to $15,000. They l

of $100,000 has been brought by Snow Chevrolet Co.. qualified late are coming to Starke to discussion to take a back seat as ricular activities: an'dhave gen will be one bath bath and a half ..1

the parents of Charles Tewksbury, Tuesday afternoon as a candidatefor enjoy the Shopportunity parties. the Board of County Commissioners eral supervision of the school in or two bath houses. Sewage disposal and a city'' brought up by 'Tra wick. He saidthe /

13-year-old Waldo youth, who lost City Council, Group One. In- Mrs. Fred Cole of the Michigan in all session Mon- the 'absenceof the principal Warren said that the first house water supply were,the main topicsof County Mosquito., Control

both feet in a power mower accI- cumbent W. H. [Billy] Noegel Ranch on Road 100 came in met an day Beecher W. Payne. should be completed within 90 discussion of the Lawtey city I truck would be in Lawtey Thursday -

dent early in June. will also run in this group if, as Monday to claim the $25 first day. days after, construction begins. councilmen at their Tuesday I or Friday night.to: spray the
prize, but the $15 prize (No. 225-; Doctor A. Y. Covington asked, i '
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tewksbury, expected he qualifies for reelection County Democratic evening meeting. The meeting was town at no cost to 'the city.
parents of the boy, claim defective : 0911, and the $10 prize No. 230- the board for $9,000 for the Coun postponed. from Monday becauseof 1 I Also telling the council of the

mechanism in their suit filed Other Council incumbents 1411 have not yet been claimed. ty Health Unit. The library board Executive Group W t-Dry Hearing; the illness of City Clerk Ethel,presence of rabies In .the'area, he

The next Shopportunity party asked for $2780 operating expenses Reddish who is in St. Vincent's "
Lawtey L.
commended policemen
against Ware Nurseries of Jack- Sets AssessmentThe I I
whose terms are expiring and the will beheld Saturday July in and was granted all but Set For July 14
.0 vil1e. from whom the eqUIpment -, in which will if 19. .. hospital, Jacksonville for diag P. Rafuse for the aid he was in
groups they run front of Alvarez Store on West $720, which the Board suggestedthe nosis. j ,
was purchased.The getting local people to have their
they seek re-election are' : Randal Call St.Doyle. City of Starke contribute.Miss Bradford County Democratic In Union ContestCircuit County Sanitarian Jack Tra- dogs vaccinated. Trawick said the
which is
company, covered
Chitty Group 2 and T. C. Hazen I
bj liability insurance, will likely Jr. Group 3. Estelle Long and Mrs. Mildred i Executive Committee met last wick, spoke to the council bOu t'I response in Lawtey was the best

Claim that improper operation of: Conner Mount requsted funds for Thursday and authorized Chas. A. Judge John A. H. Mur- the problem of sewage disposal. In the county.
The deadline for qualifying as child welfare here He explained that because '
the mower caused the accident, Council candidate operations darby, ,as clerk of ,the Circuit phree' has tentatively set Monday,',in Lawtey. '! Trawick told, the members. that
a is 12 noon,
working out of Alachua County. of the high water table
rather than defective ,
mechanism Unopposed
The Tuesday, Aug. 19. This was taken under advisement Court to collect up to two percent July 14, as-the date for hearingin ,'septic tanks 'were becoming Increasingly he hoped they would encourage
Tewksbury youth was riding Gainesville of Lawtey residents to take advantage -
chambers at
a rotary while City registration books opened County Jailer Dolph Reddish of last year's salary of each his dangerous to the citizens" '
power mower e For House Post of the mobile unitthatwas
final arguments in the suit to I I
: Wednesday for qualifying voters asked Democratic candidate. TmS re-I: cited several where
cutting the lawn of his parents' for and received a request goes ,the one-vote victory of I He cases scheduled to be in the city
Motel' Yankee at Waldo when! the, for the Sept. 9 election, and they Speaker :the House Doyle E. for jail repairs to stop bad water to the committee to help meet its wets verse in the Jan. 21 Union County sewage was running,in open ditches -I sometime -September for - will close at 12 noon on Saturday, leakage problems. I above the ground, and pointedout
accident occurred. He had stop Conner incumbent ,representative expenses and is included in the local option election.A I tection of tuberculosis.On .

ped the mower to get off and re-, Aug. 9.The from, Bradford County to the It was decided to help the Florida -- regular qualifying fee paid b y can- recent recount of the Raiford the .health hazard and fly I ; the matter of recreation for
move a can from his path when books will be open daily in State Legislature gamed the Highway Patrol will in their problem this caused. Suggesting
didates.In citizens of Lawtey. principal
the,machine apparently slipped into -, the City Hall from 9 a. m. to 5 Democratic nomination for the lot on North SOl the site of_the ballots'gave'th drys an apparent,I that the incident of hookworm II C. C Anderson and Frank
and into him. m., ands without opposition{ the the case of I candidates for six-vote countywide majority. would go down considerably with ,
gear ran p. except on Wednesdays post as new patrol station just North of I
Bell suggested that the money
Following the amputation of hl : Saturdays when the hours are deadline for qualifying ,passed at the Farmer's Market. School Board and County Commission -: The argument to be heard will I proper disposal, and that typhoidwas for the be usedto appropriated -
be the point to whether the purpose,
feet, doctors stated 9 on as also a dan.eerousposstbilitr;
that the boy a. m. to 12 noon. noon Tuesday. The commissioners granted the only 'county candidates -! hard surface the basketball
would be for the In in Tallahassee court has the power to set aside he offered his help in bringing a
ready fitting of addition to three Council- Conner was
$6300. which represents 50c per ,on the ticket in this, off- the results as first canvassed and court at C. C. Anderson School.
to next
artificial in I state. health engineer the "
feet three months. [Continued Tuesday and checked with the
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on office of Secretary of State to be capita of 12.600. for hospital serve year election the committee's fee : declare the drys winner, or whether meeting to discuss possible solutions While the council, favored the

!......TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTT. sure no one qualified by the deadline ice for indigents to go with $5.779 would be. two:percent of the an- it must'declare the election I I of the problem. money being used for recreation

NEW POLITICAL TIME TABLE .. "It's'a mighty good feeling in 12079.state funds for a total of nual salary"of ?I. 00, 'or' i24 per void and another ballot held. All, councilmen and Mayor purposes in the manner agreeableto

when you get by ;without op candidate1: 4 Charles Shuford were present and the Negro: population.. Councilman -

position. he said.UNION County JPudge T. A. Yawn presented committee. Evening Hours each .expressed a desire to obtain Moore questioned the legality
The a ;o'decided that
Tues, July 22-Deadline for qualifying candidates for his space problems requesting both city water and sewage disposal of spending the money outsidethe
county office. SERVICES additional Loon to operate the treaaarer,' presently Mrs. Are AnnouncedFor for the city but CouncilmenFred city limits. The 'city owns no

his office and perform Louise Patch. should"be bonded Shuford property in that section of the
Sat. 9 Final SUNDAY NIGHT RegistrationFor Moore and Dave
Aug. date for .
registering as a voter in hearings in ;* all that to
complete privacy. A for $5,000: both pointed out the probable high city and agreed buy

the September Primaries and November Union Evening Worship Services -, brief discussion brought out 0-the New officers will be elected at the convenience of the..vot cost and the' unwillingness of property would leave nothing for

General Election. will be held' Sunday nightat fact that rearranging of the courtroom : the next! )iiepting, of; the'committee jug public supervisor of registration Lawtey citizens to pay the necessary building.

Tues., Sept. -First Democratic Primary. 8 o'clock in the First Christian would take care of the problem : to, .be held .after the secondprimary Mrs. Marian Crosby will taxes.It The matter was left until at-;

Tues., Sept. --Second'Democratic Primary.. Church with Rev. Donald Kot but that would be a financial in keep registration books open.in. was agreed to Investigatecosts tomey for the city Mack Futch.

Tues., Nov. 4-General Election. moor pastor of the First Methodist impossibility at this time. : _September.' Presentchairman.fs the courthouse each Tuesday and methods before the next could advise them on-the subject.

Church bringing the message,, The Board of Equalizer met,' (: G. P.. Wadsworta Of. evening from 5 to 7 until the meeting. All eouneilmeo tad Mayor

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 The public is invited. complaints. i ilamptoo-; dosing date,.August. 9. Three other matters were Shuford attended toe meeting. ..
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months from the date of the first' ministratrix: of the estate of Richard I
publication of this notice to appear Stephen Fernandez deceased ,I
editorial Farmer's: Diary In this court and show cause,\ Dated this June 17, 1S58 at StarKe,
( if any you can, why the action or' Bradford County, Florida. v THEBRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHy
I ... :. ..... ... ..this court In admitting aitf win sl| vat": Fern nlez --' ., ap EST. 1879 : f d I
-" tThoughtt'OItA : 'f 'Bv"1lj.1am ,ijifi 1"Vf.Y'Green'in to. probate should not stand unre- ., Administratrix of the estate :
yoked fs of' Richard Stephen Fernandez -
| Theron A. Yawn County Judge deceased. FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY XWA'I
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fI i. \ First publeation! on June 25, '1S58 &.!; 4t 1-11 + -rf;
: aiei t the Soil Conservation PAPER PrBLISHED. COVTINQCSLYVNP
'It. ,.t. ." Y 1Zbere Supervisors meeting this week 6-28 4t ;-11 ,oo -"
4 I t said that he still wants about NOTICE OF INTENTION TO \. -i
urthOI, y' i REGISTER FICTITIOrS NAME 1 ;I Pablixhed Each Th.r. u. Entered as Second CUM Matter.
au three Inches' more. It may be he Notice is hereby given that the undersigned r7iOTICE't t ,,at the Post' Office at Starke. Fla. under Act of Mar. 3 2879, ,
has enough now,' for from what I, under the provisions! of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by ;
Most of the .ptcni kers rained out this Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida. Acts the Bradford County Fair Association -
were "that ;
we are able to learn we got .-of 1941. will register with the Clerk Incorporated Jones-Langford- :
t Fourth of July and quite likely many of hem much' 'or ',more on the 4th. ot the Circuit Court in and for Brad- White Post Number 56, The American OTICE'TO'CALL FOB'BIDS for a period of fifteen days thereof.after the
for the opening
.f. frr County, Florida, upon receipt of Legion, a corporation not for
sought shelter,in..cars or some place where they proof of publication of this notice, profit, of its intention to apply to I All work shall be don In accordance
could Old finnegan just couldn't re- the fictitious name of Clay Gully the Honorable Geo. L. Patten. one Starke. Florida with specifications and'other
watch television.Much ''of of the Circuit Courtin contract documents relative thereto
the Judges
Ranch under which I am engaged In'sineM
sist the temptation to cause trou- and for the Eighth Judicial Circuit Sealed bids will be received by the which may be obtained after Jane 1C,
more;disastrous was rain on the Fourthof undoubtedly, have been t I'i ble at least once'mere, before we Fla. 2 miles south of Hampton, In and for Bradford County, Board of Public Instruction of Brad- from the office of Ebaugh-& Goethe,
bigger rains that we had the4th' Florida in his absence one of f on or
July years: ago when the whole town went to .retire him. And as usual, 'his E. D.:, Allen, Box 2(. Hampton Fla. the other Circuit Judges, at 10 the Superintendent of Public Instruction Florida. No deposits are required for
the same picnic at.some nearby lake or river. Be- of July, but'still it was one timing was perfect, -just about sole owner. r. m. on the 11 day of July In Starke, Florida up to 10 such specfications and forms. for bid-
of the For time Dated this 19th day of June A. P. an E. S. T., July 21,
biggest. a during 195S. for an order approving a. ra Monday
side ,loads of food, including watermelon, the the : dark, when it is hard to mess around = 1958 at Starke, Bradford County, amendment to the Charter of the 1958, at which time and place all bids ding.Bidders' qualifications must be
day It was just as wet out of .
with'contact switches and Florida. said Fair Association. receded will be,publicly opened and satisfactory to the Board of Public
entertainment usually featured?a town dignitary Kingsley Lake as it" was in it. 'springs. So once again w"-'were 6119[ 4t 7)10In ) The Amendment relates to Ar. read aloud for furnishing all materIals Instruction' of .Bradford County,
reading he Declaration of Independence., tides 1.; Ila( ). ill V. VI. IX; OCI and labor necessary and incidental Florida.,
I without water overnight due to said Charter the major changes be to the installation of a, new The Board of Public Instruction of
Certainly we'are.all familiar with\ the 182 years M. L. triest, kin of Ed Prevatt's -. On Again Off Again Finnegan Court County Of ,County Mate! of Judge Florida.Bradford ing to change the name to "Brad boiler In the Bradford County High Bradford County Florida, reserves
said that it has rained JN RE: ESTATE OK RICHARD ford County Fair Association inc. ', School. Starke. Florida. the 'right to accept any bid whih( In
old document, with its simple'statement of the every We plan to dig a well right af STEPHEN FERNANDEZ. to Increase authorized. indebtednessor Each bid must be accompanied bya their opinion appears! to be In the
4th that he can remember, and ''the location of our' new'home, deceased liability"to J100.00000 and otherwise certified check or bid bond in the best public Interest. The Board furtlur -
for it i the
: reasons writing .most of .
affdyith. .
t ThrS"tlid'SO'9Vfth rtftithbyJ.Qafcilnsiald' :NOTICE OF FILING PETITION to conform :o and comply with amount of five per cent of the base reserves!' the right to waive any
Abuse/by theKin g of n2rigaffldft* \fli1 tt(11sts. i lb&tiW'I.: ''ei!COjDg)to and we suppose that 'we'll get a FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF4DMISISTRATRIN Chapter 616 Florida Statutes whlen8pel'iflea bid 'as guarantee that the bidder if Informalities In any bid and to rend
new pump. Finnegan's like some charter requirements lor awarded the contract, will. within any or all bids.
Reading it.over.this year!' y ti6tntiset? \ie ; 1'plaa: "Cnt Mint Clia dday. politicians we'know.. .They spout TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: such associations.The ten consecutive calendar days after The Board of Public Instruction( I
: bfJ1f J \ t., Notice is hereby given that 1 proposed Amendment is now written, notice be Driven of such of Bradford County, Florida.
were rained jn, for'part 'e 1p bkie.\. se I fine when they're running, but have filed my final returns as ad on file in the! office of Charles A. award enter into a written contract By Harmon Morgan, Secretary.
: whicrrhad neverbefore impress1!\tb! Y. i CT1 m b;tii l are threat@ng their contacts get bad ,,after'a ministratrix of the estate of Richard Darby Clerk of the Circuit Court, with The Board of Public Instructionof 613t 7110
ltdgll t : foci' b&cca'erbpn l- Stephen Fernandez, deceased; in and for Bradford County, Florida. Bradford County Florida in accordance -
stood 'out. t while that I have filed for Bradford County Fair Association,
;,: my petition bid and
: with the accepted
: '!;e'gatheied aaesiaidrit final discharge, and that 1 will apply etc. YOU'LL LOVE 8-e new. Ester
t .t contract iir>tv, bond satisfactory -
"Prudence,, f n'd e ed..n cif r t igovernmints .. t'bdi1t !50'.tti b' ; to the Honorable Theron A. By: Harry H. Rabb. Jr. give a to said Board m an amount brook pw'S6.fountala pens in

: long" st bliSh'ed'Bho 'Yi tfrk1: \ I 8 !* : l'theytpWttiest be in writing and shall state the Yawn County,County Florida,Judge on July of Bradford 11, UII Attest President.: Joseph E. Gray, equal to one hundred per cent of 'the! pastel shades.. Only $3.09 .1 Bra*

and transient causes/ mid l<< eSb t '.Eastern*raised//Hope'the'rainj place cf residence and post office address at 10:00 a.m., for approval of the Secretary. contract price. ford County Telegraph
light i ; t of the (claimant and shall be same and for final discharge as ad- 6-1Z 5t 'I-}O No_ bidder: may withdraw his bit i J
experience hath shown thtt ffiittIH,9d P mtitEi j !j ar fdoesti't'Wipe'out 'the sworn to by the claimant, his agent,
: or attorney, and = .
any such claim .
OpRISt ujd'lakt or 0
: to suffer while ft ? 1 Beason.'a =
disposed aJs : re r. demand not so tiled shall be void. -

.than to rightthemselves by1',' lli'brngttfieJfofiis.to t '|lie(<\to'baccorinarket"opens+ ;on' executor Myra of the S. Varnedoe.As Last Will. and {o,>_- .-&"" ., -"-.' _. L.... ; Ti.!.. ....>.;."A..,:. '. -':"'-\.....

which they are accusfo JJtoiy-29.aaito; '<;at1 ttieFpr'esent; time ceased.Testament of W. P. Smith Jr. de-

Thomas Jefferson,; ,and H }t&rimlit'eViWating i'a TOeeeaat's'thattttlEie'wiu'be' First publication July =. 1!I!>3. t";' ** f* ',\
7-3 4t 'l.%{ .> j
'. wrote those .words-had'.bes: !et6i a I" tat! >isote F 1i Qthe\; -pauiYdages'iast: -

ism, a deep insight into hu&'h''&t re. I ?year 'otgbod'tzdaltysfe2f'and'thatIpitces : ; OTICE'TO DEFEND ii
'' 'Vfll1'be 'several cents'high- In Circuit (court, Bradford County,
: The thought is both ftico&g'i i9 Oiliig- hir. Florida: In Cbanrrry.Francis .
lts'a' .t air t.f.:. L. E.lmondson, Plaintiff, PEA
becattse/tfhile'it.'gtves! Jtelihg f* vs. Dorothy N. Edmondson; Defendant -

c ty in our government' ,'.it'alio' its out"the vrill- 'Hear that Wade Gaskini did Case No. 12-577

: jngness with which the :mass of people will endure well with his matermelons for[ at NOTICE TO APPEAR "
least pretty good] but that he Ta: Dorothy N. Edmondson. whose
: ( ,abuses government, or of government residence and address Is: Madrid ,
officials. had a .rough time with his Irish :Alabama. -
... potato crop. His only consolationon You are hereby notified that a suit
; 'History shoxsrs'TJS ute i ourage of this,handfulof that is that he wasn't the only for divorce,has been filed against you ; &
In'the above ? Court and
: '- men 'who risked 'ttieir necks 'in 'signing 'the 'one'to lose"on spuds. and you are required name to serve a'cause copy i : i iIiVtLVJ
of answer or pleading to the 4 :
Iteclaratio'ntrf TijtiepJenffehce, but we 'forget 'that '. complaint yfur on the Plaintiffs Attorney

:without this l group' 'o'f:"inen eJaIie! "number The "Pig Parlor" method of Thomas J. Rivers, P. O. Box 211, t \\
t 'f Green Cove Springs, Florida, and file
citizens raising porkers is having a small
: would'have.gone oh "grumbling but doing the original in the office of the Clerkof
'boom 'around here'now. In addition the Circuit Court on or before the
nothing about the tyranny of the King of.England
:to Marvin Rosier, his dad, 4 day of August 1938; ; otherwise the
: allegations of said Complaint will'be III'
Jim, is raising hogs in that way, taken as confessed by you. L8' .
'If Thomas Jefferson arid his committee were and 'so is Darby'Gasklns.All This notice shall be published once

: with us ',toliay, eJ eel l sure that, ,although .they 'S. each the'week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph.weeksin % III Ss

might' not surprised, they most certainly would of which made one hog ,Dated this 26 day of June, 1958.

: be ashamed of those! citizens who make no attemPt 'raiser comment: "It's a good way (OFFICIAL Charles SEAL A.). Darby
''to produce hogs now, with prices Clerk of the ireuit Court
: to right the abuses of some government as high as they are. but when By'Marlan L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. V'j 1 I

officials with the porter which he helped us gain. the price gets down around 14 713| 4t 724| ,

: Particularly would they "be ,ashamed of those cents a pound, then a man has to In The County-Jaftx1* Court In And .f ,,, ::, '. ; ",,- ... 'H".b., ,..1
\; who fail 1"even.1o register ''and vote in the forthComing ,do some tall figuring. For Bradford County FloridaIN '; "
fall electjo'ns.Coming ANNIE P. SCHOFIELD.
'And speaking of pigs, MarvinRbsier's deceased. : Ca'iffom'ia'
Red CheekAPPLE Red
Landrace stock is really All creditors of the estate of An-

: --' The Cent Stamp something to look at. One man by nie notified P. Schofield and required deceased to are file here-any Ib ;
.. said they are the longest pigs -in claims or demands which they may JUICE 3 qts 59c GRAPES 23c
Bradford County. have against said estate In the office -
: of the county judge of Bradford -
Starting August 1, you'll I pay a penny more for S. Ceunfy_Florida..in the court-

every first'class letter :you mail, and, if Presi- 'we're looking forward now toa house at Starke,. Florida* within

dent Eisenhower had had' 'nis way, the boost fea'St'of Strawberry watennelratsSSR's eight date of calendar the first'publication months from of th.lsJ the Dole Pineapple ..Gjpapefriiit46ozcan Fresh :-
SSTrtrftte. Each Claim or demartfl I t tbe ; y
C Would have been tno: nt? nfore l letter. a well-known vartllfgrown I
; c per in writing and must state the
p only for home' use [it place or residence and post ettice 3 for
: A one-cent per stamp increase: might not seem wont stand shfpping] and as far address of the claimant and must DRINK 31 c GREEN PEPPER 13c
like much to the' individual letter-writer, but jf be sworn to. by tie} claimant, his
as we're concerned it is the best agent, or his attorney, or it will ,
: you're in business that extra penny per letter tasting of them all. become void according to. law.

: looms as 'a twenty-five \fer Vent! increase in'the June Ollie 25t"KendrJckExe'utor 195S.sj ,

: cost of one large segment of rOuT operations.Mailorder Biggest mystery of the week is P. Schofield of the, Estate decease of Annie Aristocrat GREEN CABBAGE Ib' 6c|

.. nouses. see, a 'definite, cat in their by what'Johnny happened Shadd to that a cow owned First publication June 6-26 28 4t, '1958.7-17! Ib
was run-
SAt TI N ES S box.19c I
profits, because now is no time to.raise.pricesto, i fig in Sheriff P., D. Reddish's -

: cover such I increases. :Many utilities will switch pasture. The cow was found dead I Ia The County Judge','Court In

: from letters to postcards for billing- customers, on its back with its horns buried[ And Ida. For Bradford Crusty, Flor- JUICY> 'LEMONS 6 for 23

and most of us, no doubt will trim bur'Christmas' in ,the dirt, and all four feet; ANNIE IN RE: P.ESTATE SCHOFIELD OF Happy Kids

: card mailing' list considerably in view' 6f the sticking up in the airs"Vet" Bob deceased. .

four-cent stamp. Postage on unsealed cards MuUins, who examined the ani- All NOTICE Penman OF interested PROBVTBT In Tie.

three mal, said ,he could find np .explanation Estate *f Said Dretdrnt SYRUP No.5jar? 51c yELLOW Ib
I will be cents now, instead of the present for,its death.or how it You are hereby notified that a written SQUASH 1Sco. I

: two cents, and air mail'stamps will be seven in happened to be in that unusual 1 the,last Instrument will and purporting testament of to said D*

: stead of six.Altogether. decedent has been admitted to probate / .. .
position.s in this court. You are here' It ; -;" "'" > .. .
It the by commanded within six calendar
new increases, which President i- ;*
i Eisenhower said weren't big enough One man in the county has
represent Ann Page Pure Fruit BlackberryPRESERVES
not.yet had, enough rain. Lloyd _
: a raise i in postal l rates of some 550 million '

: dollars. a, 'year.., The President asked for* $700
In ,TIle Connty ."....'. Curt Of '
4 million. Bradford. Connty, Florid NEED 2'LB 55CAnn

: Although .the .hiked rates will likely cut down -IN, -RE In: Estate.of Proliate.. '-" '

t classes of MARY A.tSTANSBURY.:. Deceased.NOTICE .
on many : : ,mail it's safe to say we'll all OP FILING
: get j just as many bills ,on the first of the each FINAJU DICIfARGE OP

: month as ever before, > ti TOL, WHOM ADMIMSTRATOR IT MAY'CONCJSKNr.!; Page Pure Fruit Blackberry ,

Notice la. hereby riven that 1 MONEY
have filed my final rtturng ai ad- .
mlMatrator of the estateof Mary -
i A. Stajubury deceased: that 1 have JAM JEL"LY S25c
: The Right To Know filed my petition for final discharge, .. or GLASS
And. that X win apply'to the lionorablr .
- Theron A. Yawn, County FOR
: A Florida sheriff, Dave Starr of Orange County Judge of Bradford County, Florida,

e in addressing the: National 1 Sheriffs' Association on A.M.AuguJt, for approval, 1354, of at the 46:00 same o'clock and A&P& Own ShorteningDEXO .

>> for final discharge as administrator
in Philadelphia recently {old the thai
group of the wstatt of Mary A. :Staaabury
: he could not over emphasize the importance of deceased. '
This July 1, 1S5!. VACATION :
: providing.newsmen with details of 'what is going O. B. Stanabury. ?
Administrator of the estate of
I I.
on in your department"Starr Mary A. Stansbury, deceased. 3 :79C

: ; who is national president of the dssct- 1Sn.'H'

: elation, said there is secrecy hi America# government NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEEDS '.>- .. -' -- .. '''t .
and that "many elected. 'officialS are e. IfMLlfl; F.S.
: Notice is hereby given that Walter -
onducfin the business behind
people's of Gibbs the holder of th{ fojlqw-
: secrecy." Ing certificate has filed said c.rtificatva Jane Parker" With Face ClothBREEZE Pickle Patch
for a tax deed te be issued
: "Many times' the people find' out too late to and thereon.. The certificate numbers [OANSUP reg 35c DILL PICKLES, 22 oz 23c
years of issuance the descrintloa -
put a stop to damaging decisions. which are made. of the property, and the names .
behind closed,' doors," he added. In which: it was assessed are as _follows 53c Deter t genC Cashmere Bath Bars

: The things:'* Sheriff Starr had to tell his flew Certificate', 196CDescription No SL" Tear, of Itsuanae TO FLUFFY ALL, reg 33c BOUQUET, 2 for 27c

sheriffs are equally applicable other elected of Property: Lot I
Block f Lincoln City Sec 3Z T < B K Detergent .
: offi etL Jn fact:, in law enforcement is' often K B Hood .

'necessary to, temporarily withhold acts err order Name 'in which' assessed i Wm. McC10udl S Jane .Parker Orange 33BLEACH VEL regular. 33c

: to apprehend i4"criminal stif'at l large: AU of said property belag in th, $600 Chiffon quart 15C
County of Bradford. State of Fl&: DetergentCAKL
:' 'Ta maintain i friendly! cooperation: with the Unless fucb certificate or certificates ; "

,- news people, you should be prepared fo give in- to law shall the be property redeemed described according Dash FAB, regular 33eDOG

turmatiotr: to let .tfce'readers know what happened In such be sold certificate to the highest or" certificates'will bidder J1C FOOD, 3 for 47c Air PurifierFLORIENT, ; ,

: These,same readers are-the people" Your: represent at the court house floor on'the first 79c
}Ifondjjr, Month. of Aujrusf IMS.whjah .
a djrf they hive' every right to' know what is the 4 day of August, IS W, Scott .
: Is going oiijn'y.our' : Dated!! this 30 day of June. 13iS7OCTletaJ I '
.department\ is certain j'd-: Clorox LaunryBLEACH
"Folks Find Us Jane TOWELS :
( : Seal) Charles A. Darby Friendly" Parker Cinnamon or 2 for 39c
vise i that allies; to other branches Clerk ,
: ot'g ten : of Circuit Court of Bradford gallon 53c
ment. County' J-J 4t 7-24 t LOCflL FINANCECOMPANY Sugar Pkg of 12. .
j '
: Any elected official whO i& loin :, a, good job- (al The Xmrt Of The C nnty late.. New Air PuffedWALDORF

: shouldbe':ria4 ta have his record-before"tlwTp] -, Probate.Bradford Ceeety, Florida, In 2'OC TISSUE, 2 for 27c 3 for 25c

f plev It if hid meads! 'of staying irf offiee- H. C mamanfmoffrcet -' Dv. In eased re: Estate of W. f: Sniftk Jr. DONUTt'S ,

: c'hineOil: pi vlttkllcpfinai ign h\Pe 'sbnhlijy -ca1PW a iI To all creditors and persons having Diet Delight Keebler Lemon Creme

1 .i : :,ofterf.lceep'hiiil1}: tHferel! :, tfut hislseat: : }!. tate claims: or demands against'- said' 114 It Walnut t St. 1 : PEACHES 27c COOKIES 39c

: is; a farrft(1!e'p: rnianentUn' comfarfabTe oneif* You and dch'of you are hereby: .. .
notified and ((3 Doors from office
required to present any ; Post )
Mule TeamBORAX
he f ctit:point with prideto( the newspaper accounts? claims an&> ( demu which yea er > 20
.qrc : MUMttT MM a.n..w ttltfCUM
a onus ether-of' you may' have against theestate 1 IB
accomplishments.whileiitaffioe 580 23c
and 581
:. oT Wi: P. Smith Jr. deeMs d.- ,

: The-wb", m1 the*Wflol is made up of good'peopl8 late Judge ot cf said Bradford:County;County to the' 11orMaat County;., 1 n th Marguerite Hall F '
w hlti n? i It1tL'fPhtC'dl t ifi! ROOdt gcf eriiftletlt' ,. ,his office In the court home of 1 : Powdered Hand Soap
aim : saLt.Counrj' at Starke. Florida whhfto Manager : BORAXO .
: whPiR t t tayhced'that an'officiar is' Aiumr* *fACtfu HA co Mftr > g 23c
iSM calt' r.ar'mondls from tbe'time 1I
: 'gWlr'U1lel1l l rtjt\\virirbaahiiq l with their votes of the first publication tot this
I : notke. Each claim or demand shall





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"" PAGE FOUR ._. BRADFORD, CAIJRTY'ULEGR1Pg,1'rTAREPWRID1-. ." : \ iui uSDtY JULY'18*.1538
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.. ------1 Several Injured versity..of Florida Law "School. f r in appreciation of ,the. completion
I *: 'One of the most travelled' cf the grading' of the road from

In Collision ,-;' > Showers hid enabled ';Lawtey roads in the state' according ,to;Lawtey to the State Farm.
.... t v
-, On 301 SouthOne berry\growers to get their plantsset. an item in the May 1933 Tele-:, 4 E'.
J. C. Prevatt had already setfive graph ,was being repaired by an These were the days 'when the

1 w r. : r 'woman suffered crushed I acres, according to the issue agreement between the State Emergency Farm Act was getting

-- i, J leg, ankle and foot as well as multiple of' July 1933. ,Farm officials and the County started with acreage taken out of
"" t. body bruises in a two-ear: j ,*1. Bond-Trustees. The'road was the production. The purpose was' to
t ftbdyi Moot 1 ;, ---: .- ,. rr collision July 3 about seven. nvles' In spite-of attempts by Hamp- present State'Road 225 from Law bring the farmers' income ufr to

....- south of Starke' on U. S. '301. ton businessmen to have the proposed tey to the' Prison Farm. At that prices of other goodS, 'but the
1 Y i 'Three other -per ons' received rerouting of Highway 13 time,it was ,a county road and :standard used of-paritY"then 'was

': Junior Club Coffee Honoring bruises and lacerations in the ac changed, to a\ route, less harmfulto (because of lack of funds was in 1909 to 1914.

Plans Benefit Mrs B.: F. Miles S 1 cident that occurred on a rain their city the.State' Read Dept. tad repair. By the agreement the Total cash income for farmersin
c .. slick road. announced that the route'would state provided the labor, gasoline'and the U. S. during 1932 for crops
,. Buffet Luncheon At Mundy HomeMrs. Two 17 year old Macpn, Ga. girls be,as we know it, today. The engineers -I oil and the county furnished and livestock was $77.693OOO'and:

::1:1I tort control of. their Utot Mercury gave as their reason that the machinery. I had been falling steadily.
A buffet luncheon and card B. F. Miles of-Macclenny. .
route '
a. while passing, went oft the right the alternate proposed On the same subject the Lawtey
party will be held in the Garden a recent bride was honored at a road after back wculd cross 4500 feet of swamp,
A side of the pulling column reported: Several citizensof
: Restaurant Thursday;. July 17, at delightful coffee on Wednesday, into the proper"?ane, traveled 18!f with muck at some points 13 feet the Wodlawn Park section WANTED Clean Cotton Rags
12:30: m. by the Junior Woman's 2, 'by t drs.cu H. Sale A. ," No Pants, :No Shirts, Must! Be
p. July given factor
g I : : feet off the shoulder, shot. back deep. -This was a deciding the officers and prisoner from
Club members are asked to Miss 'Jean Mundy and M'rsJ\V.B.:' >< tne all, muck had to be removed Clean. Bradford County tele
,\ ,. J .onto the highway, slid 'across because' the State Farm a bountiful dinnerat arM
1 bring their own cards. the home"of the latter; graph.
I Mundy at busy road. sideways for K4 feet .from the roadbeds. the home of Rev. IX.'L. Phillips
Reservations may be made by 405 N. Church street.A i: and_ into the front of a atW58\ /
.. calling Mrs. Gene No gel! at 323-Y frt1L47\ I n -
color motif of yellow and .Mercedez-Benz convertible, and ,
t and will not be accepted after 5
white was attractively carried out -came to rest 21 feet .off the high v -- .i b .
1 1f
p.m. Monday.JUry H.I : .
Vrrangements in the
in the flower way.
Luncheon hostesses are Mrs. .
party rooms. The coffee'- table in I end smashed
xr: The rear
Drew Reddish. chairman. Mrs.Gene 1 rire.
Ncfegel, Mrs. Sam Zack, the dining room was overlaid with 'into the front of the expensive v
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an imported white linen cufwoik German it cross ,ways
1- E.Mrs.Hardy.Ronald Griffis< and' 'Mrs.. J., clcth and centeiett'with a silver r m Ute middle carturning ef'the road. f ur 1f

carnationsand 4 ;4c
bowl holding yellow $ The seriously hurt lady was a s f
L white stock. Silver coffee ser passenger in the McHenry, 111.
: Family Night vices were placed at each end of : foreign car, 'driven by her hUS-

,1 ,.. Supper Is Held compotes the table'and held dainty silver sandwiches trdys and, I o- i band;, Oscar J. HoDeabaCk. is any day

: By Methodists. cakes huts; 'and_ mints. : Miss Bernice Griffis Circle Four WSCSCircle The, Mary teen-age Antoinette driver Tanner of the, was sedan ; *J t ,

1 Greeting guests at the doorwere Weds Wm. ClatonIn charged with reckless driving and 3'" t
A family night supper was held Mrs. George L. Patten, and trade with -
i of the Methodist WSCS driving on the wrong side of the you
in the First Methodist Church fellowship
a Johns. Church RitesMiss ,
hall Monday'night. The Mrs. Ruby Standing in the met Tuesday night in the fellow road. Her car was a total loss.
receiving line were/ Mrs. Mundy, : >'
ship hall with the program in I
occasion covered dish The accident was investigatedby ', \W
was a supper
Mrs. B.: F.Miles"; Ms. E. F. Miles : Cernice Griffis, daughterof charge Of Mrs. W. B.' ThompsonJ. '
I. 0I honoring new 'members Mrs.* Sale, and ,Mis Mundy. !; Mr. and Mrs: E. A Griffis of ., assisted: by Mrs. Titus Olson.It Corporal Carlos Musgrove of Shopportunity
brought into the church duringthe
Presiding at theoffee., servicesfirst ; Raiford, and William Claton 'of was announced that memberso the Florida Highway PatroL,
past year. Each of the new 1r
1 members wore tags identifying and second hours, were Mrs.T. Jacksonville were united in marriage fthis rtrlewill':be selling "oven
H. Sfade, Mrs,E; L. Matthews, on Friday night, July 4, in savers." Anyone interested in
; them so, that all attending, could stores in Starke
: New River :Methodist Churcn1.'. purchasing contact Mrs. Jack OutOf
get to know one another without Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Clyde I the may -. .
introductions.As Sinclair. Others assisting in serving The double ring ceremony. was Clement, chairman, or any other ( 'j 1r.

'a highlight of the program, and caring for the guests ]performed by ,Rev. Maxie T Wiikin-, r.circle member.,

Rev,,Allen.Bat, Episcopal clergy- were Mrs. J. H', DuPre, Mrs. N. .o'I: 'I| Refreshments- were served by .y.y. .. y' 'r.JC wG.-
I 4I snap, from Australia and temporarily S. Dankel l, Mrs.. C. J.:'Houpt.'M'fs.Doyle Large baskets of'hit$ gladioli Mrs. Olin White. Jr.an'd Mrs. W. "

t serving the Episcopal!: E. Conner Mrs. O. L. Beas- end pompoms, against a .background R. Miller.y The I t" (

I churches. of Interlachen and Keystone ley Mrs. R. \R. Hutchings. Mrs. of palms and bamboo, : (":- .
I I Heights, spoke to'both the Logan Baldwin. Mrs. JL A. Gritfin formed the setting for the candle-, Past .
Not do hundreds of
I children and adults concerning his I Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs. light ceremony. 1 v ., ,', only you save money-on

t trip from Australia to England bywaY E. L. McKnight, Mrs.. Jim Chas- The bride, who was given in x ".. t 1 1t :.r advertised ecials_ during the Shoppor unity
of Suez Canal, and showed teen Mrs. Edna N wsome, Mrs. marriage ""by her father, wore a .. 4 f x
I I m y'interesting pictures.DARK. Russell Norman Mrs Cart Sapp, beautiful gown of white: lace:over ;. Twent v ,yearvagk: the New Sales. Event, but you also receive Profit-Shar

Mrs. Edna fiulcfiihson, Mrs: E. .satin. Her veil was of bridal, J1lusion. -- River Baptist Church""celebrated ": ing Coupons for 'the BIG CASH AWARDS
I D. Tenly, Mrs. F. B. Beard, Miss Y its 100th anniversary. .
t I Judy Dankel Mrs. C. H. Nas- The bride's sister, CarniatGnTfis -' tr l The committee on arrangementswas t twice each month. Trade at home with your

; worthy, Mrs. J. B., ..3appMrs.. Thornton, was maid of honor : J. J. Colson. P. D. Welch Shopportunity Merchants and.. profit more
I Garl Mathews, Mts. Arvte Maze, and wore a pale blue gown. l3'1des- a *and Reddish Andrews. A history
L w STARKE FIA';' Miss Lind 'Kay I Sale, dad Miss maids were Roxie Kirkland and of the organization was given by ,Ways.than; one ,; '-j

.I ., Sylvia Paulk. Erlene Griffis, who were gowned G. W. Ware and "F. B. Johns.
.n Calling between the appointedI in royal blue.Herbert rr te More than 1000) attended the

"..J I 11 to 12:30: o'clock were Brazer served as best ceremonies and heard the stir-
i 'Fri., Sat. July 11/12 125 guests. Those from out-of man for the bridegroom and ush- ring story of the early days of
These the merchants who in of
DOUBLE FEATURE town were Mrs. Jerry Lawson of ers were Keith Griffis and Ronnie the church where meetings 'were are appreciation your

Francis in the ,Navy Orlando, ,Mrs. Frank Kilgo, Mrs. Griffis.At 1 E t sometimes brokerf up by Indian rt 1

I I Donald, O'Connor, Martha, Hyer. Richard t eye Weldon., Edmondson Jr. of and Macclenny Kirs,I,ceremony the reception the bride's following book was the alarms Charter. members of the 1833 business, are giving you the opportunity to Share

: ') ANU' and Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip o>;.Decatur kept by :Miss Loedith Griftis, ,arid J .organization were: Isaac Carter, -a* f

: LAW AND Ga.Telegraph. ; ',: Miss Ovedia Prevatt cut the cake ,,, Thomas Prevatt; Levy PeHum, W, the Profits in ." I
ORDER ,. .
I ... 'f The bride's table was overlaid # :.t' H.<'Ward, W. M.%Johns, Hester
'j With Ronald _.i.2i..i.1! Johns, Prevatt, Kisiah
Reagan | Staff wbh a'white linen cloth and cen- Mary" ... .
, I 1 Plus Serial ChapS'and'Color Car, te -edith an arrangement of Jones.Margaret Ann Carter; Mary '' .v v

: .. toon for Children !:njoys OutingOn jtm-poms tied with a white'satih i Miss Newton To e' i Tucker, and Elizabeth Prevatt. r I

u t b 4th Of July bow.Mr. Charles Kirkland Rev. John Tucker, the first Nasworthy General Supplies Elrod Furniture Co.Bullington .

and. 1\rs.-Clatma,-will make \ preacher, who apparently was a
,+ SUN., MON., TUES. Mr. and Mrs. E.. L. Matthews their home An .JackonvUle: ,. were Mr. and Mrs. L. ,P.. Newton of circuit'riding minister, had many: Olen Stores Studio and

,. 1 July 13, 14, 15 were Hosts at the annual Fourthof he is employed. Bluff View Drive, Largo announce escapes'from'the Indians and was,

*DOUBLE' FEATURE July outing for the employeesof engagement of their daughter, reputed to carry ij bullet in his i Gift Shop
: t the Bradford County Telegraphand Jo*Ann.'to' Charles JCirklandr; body:,"as -a result. of one attack. I Central Fla. Gas & ApplianceCompany '
Rotarians Hear '
Public Pigeon No. 1 their families at the Mat- of Mr. acid-Mrs. J. '': Kirkland' of Leila's

Friday. "Miss rfewton, a native of Lar Mrs. Johns and 'young son have J & J Building Supplies
r Tell Of Bo s; StateRay ; with the class ot Ocala
i Swimming, boating, an da delicious go graduated : returned from where they Hart Furniture Co. .
iDESERT \"' f40 '56' from*Lee Academy in Cleveland have been ''living. 'Mr. Johns andN .'
: FURY buffet supper \fa. enjoyedby Maxwell : Winkler Electric ServiceShepherd's
and flenny Williams Tenn., where she also ,attended D. Wainwright have formed a : '

: John HudlakLI7abet j S r Ptt the group d uing*.:afternoon*l student leaders at Bradford Lee Junior'College. the partnership in the insurance business 'Eagle'Sfores. ', ... "
plus Colc ",CajtAon for, Children and evening. HIgh School ''who' attended Boy presently employed at the Gen-ral with -an office on Temple Radio & TV

Out-of-town guests were Thorn State// ,in Tallahassee) ,Decently, Telephone Co. in Clear at 'r._ Ave' where Mr. Wainwright has
ton Hartley, and Miss Joanne spoke at theRotaty-Club Wednes 1956 Robbins'B
Wed., Thur. July 16, 17 : Mr. Kirkland is a graduate previously been located. ttom DollarBarksdale's
Sweeney of Gainesville, EQn, Bob day They Were ,introduced byprogram r of Bradford High School' and is .4 -
I -- DOUBLE FEATURE and MarjrVLofe .Pop: of_Norfolk,, ( chainna }T. H''. Slade. now continuing his education ,_ Alvarez Store

: The Young Stranger Va., and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Van Both',boys: 'aid, the. experience e the University of Florida... recorded Another in partnership a July issue was of The also "
derlip and daughter Dan, of De- Boys -
gained at Stare was .invaluable Gem Jewelry
Telegraph. "G. L. Patten of Miami Roberts Jewelry
t james MacArthur, Kim Hunter catur, Ga.New and expressed "appreciationto
and T. F. Landrum of"Inverness
h And Rotary 'and! )the American Le Six FFA Members. this week opened 'law offices in Denmark Furniture Co.Stump's Bradford County TelegraphKoch's
I Parsonage gion for sponsoring theta as dele '
Shake Rattle and : .' the rooms above 'he postoffice,
gates. Both! boys;we're/elected tc Will Attend .
Will Be Scene: formerly occupied by Judge A. Z.
I : ., offices there Dept. Store Drug Store
< Rock? }while: and Maxwel'
Forestry Camp .Adkins. Both young men were recently -
Of Open Hduse experience in introducing
Plus Color Cartoon
< graduated from. the Unit -
I .s. two Dills In the Boys State i SiX boys, f rour'tile two focal 'j if t -
I This,guhday afternoon .from 2!: legisla( re.. One 'oi his bills pro,.
FFA chapters will attend' .. .-
until 5 '
I p.m. the First Methodist .
vided tor an: examination every r -, -
Churchill hold open house atbie ,. Forestry I iTJaming.Camp_ .
five years "
< of applicants, for hunt starting Sunday, July 20, at Camp "I ..
I Ac new parsonage Kaiford ing licenses, and the other bil I OTJeno State Park High

been oad.acquire The': parsonage and many has.members jecently was from fqr
1 and friends have not seen the new Lake for the purpose ;
residence of the minister and fam the.water.1evel ifc the of raisin! wffl1! be Jerome GfUfis." Billy.Dampier .. t'
latter. Jones 1 -
ily. Buddy an Wesley
OOPS The ipeeting was: ,'presided ove]r Moody. Bradford chapter,will send
: Refreshments will be served, and by the new president, A. L. Cros. John Allen Shadd and 'Gerald
' r DID YOU members of the official 'board will by Jr.Rites. I 'GaIn Y. Will I INTEREST
be on hand to show friends around There are two one-week.-
DROP IT? and answer any questions. they -
: Wednesday sterns} and boys from the north E
might have. This open house "willbe 1 rON
sponsored TJythe Woman's Soc For Mrs. Woody west and southern areas of the
state will attend the first week L
iety of Christian Service and the CONTINUE E
I parsonage family In Jones ChapelMrs. starting. July 13. FFA t"m'tmbert: r 3'r SAVINGS
from the central ,'and( northern
YOUR WATCH May Simmers Woody, fei I, sections ,will attend the second '
Mrs. J. H. McClane widow of the late Charles U I. session. .

Has it net with- )'an accident Luncheon Hdnoree Woody, died in a West Florid lain:; ,The annual forestry camp is .

: I ? Is' it not keepinggood'time .. hospital Monday morning after : distinguished .as. being the, "oldest JJA r J:4J: .r ACCOUNTS
? ?v. J. Huston McClane of i illness of several years;,., of its type'in theU. S, The: 'camp- -
Bojn in Butler Pa., June 14 l, will _
ers instruction
: Let iu,test it Wilmington Dela. was honored at ;
F R E E : 1875 Mrs. had made '
Woody' he; I
ea our a delightful luncheon Wednesdayat r: ,in forestry practices 'that they
,.... the Garden Restaurant given home for many years with he:r can use on,their farm woodlot. ,or ,Other Banks 'are Reduc Interest Compounded

: W'rr 1a5'tr by Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and Mrs, cousin; Howe, Twining, in StarkeShe : the chapter,,forests. ,,

-. w. ,_ .I L. G. Powell. was. a member of the ttaptisChurch. t Camp instruction' is handled by ing3 their Interest. on Savings S curl-AnnuallY 'Jan. 1
4" personnel from.the Florid .
+ Centering the luncheon table Forest
: was ,a beautiful'' arrangement of Besides Mr. Twining, she is survived Service, Game &5 Fresh : Water Accounts to i *
by several nephews and 2% and July 1.
Commission sereraf -
white asters &: a crystal container., nieces. Fish ; Florida
Seven-4 intimate" friends of thehenoree wood industries,''and the U of F f? .1 .j
Funeral serives were held inset. '" I rj '_
enjoyed. lovely affairwith School of Forestry faculty.
It prints! a wccipi showingthe the hostesses jthis the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Wed:- the woodindustries' of I
and their

:t exaqt of youfvwaichlWATCHREPAIRS rateand, condition Mra.M guest.octane j is spending'" honored this, I riesday Madison! .,Jack aftep1oondot Street Mabry. pasto 4 o'cfocfc of witJRey. t II Florida, expenses donate,,of funds,. ,the for annual'operating I. BUT 1 WILL COMMIE' TO ?AY J% OH SAVINGS

Baptist Churcn I, camp. ; 'i1 ; : = j
week with her
parents, Mr. and _
officiating Interment was in .
rr- EXPERtS Mrs. George ,
Flynn, Sr.WSCS.ToMeet. Lake <6
Crosby Cemetery.
MOMrt" ECONOMICAL SEaVlCEFCEM Active pallbearers were Ewel II Former Cowboy NOTICE --- TIME EXTENDED!

Lawson. A. J. Thomas' Sr, Dr. H.
Will Be Speaker .
Gi'feoftiner, J. }. Jandon, U. 1 11 .I

meeting Toe regular pf, tae4Eu-s monthly| MethOdISt byameaa' r!Jr'Thomas:,: and Freeman Registe; !At Presbyterian. Dyings,Deposited Up To July 15 l Will Bear ? % Interest As Of -j July 1 1i

WSCS will be beta Tuesday, July y' :Rev. C. S. Higbeef; retired Con; 1

15, at 10 a.m. in the church sanctuary CARD OF THANKS gregational minister from Penney ? 15 iri i i
Farms. will be the
.. \ j guest speaker
... ,JEWELRY Tie family of W; SSiWe;y at the First 'Presbyterian ChurchSunday
NOTICE would Ikt to express our sincer e morning. Mrl Higbee ties .. Community State Bank 'ofStarkeEACH
109 'E."'Call St. Phone 17 ro< appreciation to our many friendr sa.cowboy before entering the

I will not be responsible > and relatives Tfor their vaned expressions :- ministry. _
.'Started. Leading, ,Jeweler debts or obligations made by anyone of sympathy during ,his Union services will? be-held'.it ACCOUNT IS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT* '
other than myselt.W1lrOnE. I illness and deatn.-Virginia E.:: the Christian Church wiuiv..

f.. Starke.- ,,-Fla.-- Deitz. 1-10 2tp t-11 r Sibley. Iluald' rrJ4moQL' .brisigiaig...fire ._ -- ,-- INSURED_-__ UP TO $10,000. INSURANCE CORPORATION-

T A. message Sunday evening. -

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___-_--------. --- --- Mr. and Mrs. Bill I .t&:1.t. ktBi-aht1 fh i ; ti' ? -- -1 7 I -
Dodd and 1e Smith:'of. Hawthorne' is United States Government Telegraph. -
son Gregory spent the past week ed'hcrae"'after( t a two-week visitwita'rel&ves.011' :I.1I.spending I. :, this- .:week with Unda obligations direct and Dated this 9 day of July 195! IOFIt'ICIAL

vacationing In Mississippi. iii ; : f"'"! *,' Sw tV/--: -""."' J*'t.c4.1r1u1 "."-:. .II.., Obligations ffuaianUod of_ States and 54,413.70 ( CHARLES SEAL A. DARtfY) ,

Lt. and Mrs. Jerry JohnsonrbiTyndal t", 'rPTb ) !' i.tn. ,h"J.t. ;'; Clerk: of the circuit Court.
political subdivisions !
JlAGliiOIIIe. UtchIXiitte4dd'a nlereDCe .SnU3.4I.
By Marian L.
I AFB Panama City arid ui t'.1 drVom thiu 'sh I. of'v&iol: ,agrlC au1 ture _Loans eluding and J275.80 dt""unr.over-.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny 'Thompson Saturday 9 to 12. Best bargains in lnStruetcri'l; ; Daytona Bea. h,this draffs 1.% 9,3U.JI -
and daughter of --lulsa., O&ar. tan: v- .Aiv v *'* "--r: fnsM> -f Bank premises owned S5, NOTICE OP TAX BUrALUATlOVNotice
THE f' i fl i i\> 1* tSO.8!. furnitureand is hereby given that tile I
NEWS weekend 1 _
were guests of Mr. and '
ii 1-a&
'Mrir.'Charles' Khight"bf TSaines :['. 1' reunionas'.field'"attbe.W.T. fixtures 10,79.5a 16,124.17 County Assessor of Taxes for Hrad-
Mrs. Bill Thompson and,.family. S ; : : Other asi'ctaTOTAL ZZo57. Sf County, Florida, will meet
flItted Mrs. D. E. Knight on ; ; CallingsL'1 with the Board of County Commis-
.JI.... '_'.,_'.'.-.,.-- n__I--._. M-_-_...'_._.-6- Baibara Yoder of Jacksonville s tirrd T., i' ;v? S t *.!*?< ) crii"-'';"*theFo I rtJi _f ASSETS ,4.nnU svwrs of said County, in the office .
was the weekend guest of Kay : J JW.n J.tt of the Clerk of Circuit Courtat 1954 FORD Custom
t\ : nding.
Misses Carol Carter and Jackie : Mr. and Mrs. ,Oscar Hendrix \51 Babs "Lance en1ehd ., ,cjassma&si, ..1\JGfAU\ LlabUMle Starke. Florida, at' 10:00 o'clock
Colley of FSU spent the weekend of Hart., r dmae t r l W J. W. Demand depostts of Indl- A.M. August 4, AJ 19a. for the Tudor Y.8New
overnight guests I Ii 4Mdrat
On Sunday Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Datfe E3ncaid t Mfs::ci li/peaslsy and sWual vartn i ships, purpose of hearing complaints and
with Jackie's mother, Mrs. Del i Thursday! : to 4Cbar. .t to thevalur
returned receiving
and Friday of her parR .pse; ischoolj : *:: and corporations 1,415,014.61 as
4 C ney. i ent .'Mr. and Mrs: J. P. Din: The visited Mr.'and'Mrs. JoJptn ''itYit Spta{ ('NeVI Ofi J ..Io' ,-Jbfrs;' M.. .JPV 1. .Brownwefe'guests ofM4'j Time deposits of Individuals of any property. real as fixed personal or Seat Covers, New
intangible personal by tile
Stone in i"'i r.t r e wUson Lake partnerships, and
Ga. ;
Kingsland Enrotrt '
; r. and Mrs. Pete G. Felos were Dills also had as' Friday' guests, Tuesday.Bat* 11ad'J I nv the:Pastlw: -- atJIngIey I corporations 1,5rs,463.1i !said County Assessor 'of Taxes on Black Paint, Radio and
I Home they visited Mrs. Will Hall cittci :1 for-'si "r ntli'"and lit* | 'IT Depoansor United States bis Assessment RoUs for the year
In. Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. J. M. Lett. Miss Stella : '
Thus'day to '
HatJ Tires
.. I Heater Good
Middletorf 1958, and for the of ,
is convalescing' at the' hothof l jwss \,Madge ) Is inLakelaiidthls"weefcfvisiting Government (fticludingpostal purpose perfectIng -
Sunday visiting Mr. and Airs. ''field I 'and Mrs. Inez Hamilton of classmates were hcuseguests. last savings 57.0Z9.Z5 receiving( and equalizing such
William G. Felos. Jacksonville.Miss :Hev. and Mrs. Eddie Marrhee week.i.I; \ {: Mrs. assessments. The County Assessor 695
JHT v.
,M eift"'C or Taxes and the Board of County :
Deposits of
intBilliard.. Ii i"gu ,. m. : States and political
*. J., Sarah Barefoot of Jack "Mr' C Miss- :
f Elsa Loemker of Atlanta, spent Other deposits (certified from day to day for one weekor
sonville was home for the weekend and children of Harrtsborg: ; Ta. :the 1955 CHEVROLETBel
Ga. and fiance Mlesse weekend with bte parents, Mr. end officers' checks, as long as necessary.All
r with her parents Mr. and spent the past week with'Mr.. and and Mrs.A. etc.) Z1ntoo: persons owning property sub.I."t
Anderson Sr. Mrs.
Lancaster. Ohio were weekend TOTAL DEPOSITS 3.7X2,672.78 Air Tudor V.8
to assessment in Bradford
Mrs. G.
I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. guests' of Rev. and Mrs. Donald I I J. Holton. 'f''John .Anderson'and son. John returned Other liabilities 7'Miz.su' County, Florida. are notified to appear -

Florid Lamar Shaw has returned from Kokomoor. I Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Bennett I II home with Mr. Anderson TOTAL LIABILITIES! to make/ at such such meeting complaints or meetings or give, Twotone Gold and White

r Mendota. 111. where he was em- Sylv& and family of Land o' Lakes were after two weeks visit here. (not including subor- testimony as to the value of lUlypropf'rty
Miss Paulk'' is .. .. Radio and Heater. One
spending .
ployed with the California Packing weekend guests of Mrs. Ruby Mrs. M L. Lawson and da;gh- g5'-t 4 below" 11 a tton.shown 3.5.7S.S5Z'! real or personal as fixed
this week in -Atlanta with her' hy the County Assessor ef Taxes.inw Owner.1953PONTIACCat.
.Corp. for the past month. Johns. ter Sally ''and
cousin were- visiting: Mr. S u 'Assessment rolls as they
Rev. and Mrs. T. G.' ''Mitchell Gene Paulk. 'Mr. and Mrs; Lester Hard gr e Mrs. Guy Dyal in Green Cove Capital Capital Aee.wit*150.08000/ may desire. 995.00I
THEATRE Gretchen' Kokomoor is Given Tir order of the Board of
and family of Lakeland were Sun- visiting: and family of West Palm Beach I Springs Monday afternoon. Surplus 175,000.00 County Commissioners' of Wadford
.day visitors of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. her grandparents; Mr.: and Mrs. were Sunday to Tuesday guests. of I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Noegel and Undivided profits 24.418.S8! Poimtv. 11nri'a. .Tu'y 7, A.D., 1958.
Reserve (and retirement
I,. E. Loemker (OFFICIAL SEAL)
COOL! COOL! ...., 'Adams while enroute' to New In Atlanta for Mr. and. Mrs. Tyler Jones. sons have returned to their homein account for preferred Charles A. Darby, Clerk. I -

"Eniov: A Movie Tonight" England states onvacation.. three weeks. Mr. and'Mrs."W. C. Powell/iLr.; Rockford. HI. after a visit with capital 110,473.89 I It 7-l I alina Hardtop V.8

Mrs. W. If. Hart; Mrs. Nita Mrs: J. Houston- M C1ane and and Mrs. George Flynn, 'Jr.,' Dr. relatives in Starke, Cedar Key, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS NOTICE

OPENING TIME: Herl son( Bill, of Wflmingtori, Dela. and Mrs. O. I:,. Haynes Jr., and and Lake City. 459.8J2.27 Spate bids invited rn 1957 ChevrM Radio Heater AutomatIC -
and Joan
Dyal the .
spent ,
Mon. Through Fit 1:45 PJtf. are visiting her' t B > Air Sport Coupe 2 tr.
parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Jr; of TOTAL LIABILITIESAND
May be insnectedWarren
Fourth at St. Augustine. i. powerglide clean. Good
Sat.a.ndSun. .. . . ; Transmission,
12:45: .. Mrs. George Flynn Sr. Gainesville spent the weekend at A AA AA&&&&&&& CAPITA AC. Service Klatioa. Bids to
REGULAR PRICES: Miss Barbara Colley student COUNTS 4312677.89 be opened at office of A. J. Thorn- Tires. Runs Like New.
Adults, Matinee .. ...... .. 40c nurse at Charity Hospital New Mrs. fcffle Johns has had as Cedar Key. '+This bank'I capital eon- j -". Jr. Attorn >v. 9:00: A.M.. Tuesday -
PI'NE !. Rank financing
guests George Baisden of Jacksonville Mrs. Steve Walker and childrenof milSirs. stts of: S July 1958.
Adults Evenings ... .. .. SOc Orleans, will be home for the Common stock with total available. Reserve right to rejectall 595.00 ,
for Saturday evening dinner Jacksonville are spending two
Children.! All Day . .. 15c weekend. par value of J150.000.00, bids.
and Mr. and Mrs. R.. L. Massey weeks with her parents Mr. and H. M. SIcRa 01111' Kendrick. Executor1
MOD Through Friday: Dr. James L. Stith of Falls Estate of Annie P. Schofield,
of Lakeland Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. HedaAla
Students, ..:. ... .: .. . 25e Church Va. arrived Sunday to Mrs. Sam Gillispie on of Fort Elizabeth and Leon Thomas AAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcommunity r Assets pledged or assigned deceased. 7-10 :2t 7-17 Terwillegar Motors
to liabilities
Tin 6:00 PJVL secure A-I Used Cars and Trucks
the week with his
spend grandmother -
Meade and underwent and for other 1071917.40
Mis. J. G. WhIte of a tonsilectomy atDoctor's This purposes '
Mrs. H. I,. Brownlee before was saddened NOTICE TO DEFEND
Jacksonville are
visiting Mrs. Hospital on Tuesday.Mr. last t; C. E. Cashier Bradford County
Sunday to learn of the passIng Hernwall. of the I In Circuit Coart.
SAT., JULY 12DOUBLE'FEATURE i going to Pensacola next week Laura Colley] this week. and Mrs. T. C. Wrye of of Norman Sylvester above named bank;; do solemnly Florid: In- (,banrrry.Julia .
where he will go into the Navy Mrs. Lucile Davis Fort Lauderdale Parish. wear. that the. above; statement U Buda Williams, Plaintiff, vs.
I returned home and Mr. and Mrs. Brother Parish true and that and
i was born in Union it fully correctly William Henry Willams. Defendant
I Corps as Flight Surgeon.tHis last Friday from two weeks visit I Joe Bryant and family were County In '1894: representsthe true state cf the Case TSm. 18-.e
I AtST. sister Sandra Stith arrived Wed- but lived,most of saveral natters herein containedand -
n. 'aa2r N ,
thrilling with her son-in-law guests the early NOTICE TO APPEAR
and of
1' _. $JlCI nesday to spend the remainder of Daugh- part last weekof his life here. He will be, greatly set forth, to the best of my To: William Henry Williams
ter Mr; and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. knowledge and belief.
F. Smith Tyler
; Jones. missed by the hope residence and address is: 17
.. church and his
.ss' cf the with Mrs. Brown- Correct-Attezt: C. E. Hernwall.
Franklin N. J.
Jr. and family in DeFunlak Mr. and Mrs: William Harrison loved one.We Master Street
lee. extend our love and HAROLD c, WALLP. You are hereby notified that a suit
# ,' Springs. The Smiths accompanied and family of Waycross Ga. and sympathy to all of his family. A. BRINSONS. iT I r.\\i&d" Mrfc..Robbie ShaDer Mrs.; Davis home and remainedfor .Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Hamson of L. PEEK, JR. in the above. named Court and
\\ were ''weekend''guests\ of Mr. and the weekend. 'Joining the fam- Ocala are spending this week with' Mr. and and Mrs. Vincent S Directors. 'cause and you are hereby required to
Moore and daughter and State of Florida, serve a copy of your answer or
Mrs'-H.! E. Bradley at Altamonte ily on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and'Mrs. A. S. Harrison. grandsonMrs. County of Bradford. ss: i p'eadine to the complaint on the
Spring l rt* t wwx; \ H. G. Davis Jr. and family of Mr. and Mrs Nate Dyal and Ophelia Moore and son Eufard Sworn to and subscribed before me 1 Plaintiffs Attorney Tanzler &: Mad-
.: and Mrs. Emma Mott aU of I this 8th day of July.. 1958. and dox 109 Law Exchange Building,
Mr.1 and 'Mrs!:TamnyLewis andehndreri Gainesville. son, David, spent last week at Orlando I hereby certify that I am not an Jacksonville I, Florida and. file the
Brooker NEW 1958 FORD
and Mr.Jaad Mrs. J. C. Rufus J. Tatum and Fred Haf- ( and Daytona Beach. [ were guests of Mr. 'and officer or director of this bank. original In the office of the Clerk of
Mr. I Mrs. H. H. Lewis Wednesday after- My commission expires February the Circuit Court on or before the 21
Sap Ttsited the Jacksonville Zoo fer of Jacksonville and Mrs. Clyde Custom 300 TudorOil
spent Mondayand Terw1flegarand 'I I i.I It. I960. day of July. 1958: otherwise the
,,' ... on"_Sunday; '.'" **" Tuesday with 'Mr. Tatum's family will move next week noon. allegations of said Complaint will betaken

.,. tt {tJ1 Miss Elizabeth HbweU left last sister, Mrs. Lucile Davis. into ,the Harold Gertner home on I,I Mrs. Roger Ward of Lake City Public(SEAL,) Helen E. Glasgow Notary This as notice confesed shall by be you.published once Filter, Air Cleaner,

HUaut J.1AJU, J Friday I for 'P rnandlfla after a Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones at- Kingsley Lake. visited Mrs. A. J. Fender .Saturday Bonded by th. Mass. Banding and each week for four consecutive weeks Turn Indicator, Foam
I Insurance
week's' iait'syith' Mr. and Mrs. R. tended the Container Corp. picnicat Billy Weldon of Marcus Hook.I and had lunch with ,them. Co. in the Bradford County Telegraph.
Dated this 13 day of June. 1958. Rubber Seats, Safety
: A AM Ii L iI'Slml V/Charariarr.' S Fernandina Beach on the I Pa. is spending Monday to Thurs- Miss Peggy Conner of Miami NOTICE OP APPLICATION: FOB (OFFICIAL SEAL) Locks. Steering

;Mr; 'anidfMr8: I W. 1"
SEan IIUjl. MARY 11I'II1' : '-in'Moni1 overthe 'Weldon. Wiggins the Clerk of the Circuit Court Wheel, Dual Sun Visor,
Were en& week Reggie Higginbotham and Miss with Miss Yvonne Conner. Those holder of the following By Marian L. Crosby.

\ ;.;Jf'? end"v1s1un&-'Mr. anoTMrsJ H. 'I,. Shirley Shave of Callahan spent Mr. and Mrs.. J. F. Bloodworthand I wbo left with them Sunday afternoon certificates for a tax has deed filed to be said issued certificate Deputy Clerk. Arm Rests, Center Fill

:lIJIItt' ., CbWe,.'They were '&cco panied the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben for Camp 'o the Suwannee1 thereon. The certificate numbersand I.Brtdford Thit Omnty County iadte't, Florida Court Of Fueling.

MavericK Queen bade by Ann and Henry Lambert- Tyler Jones and family. Moxley and son, and Mr.: and\ At Branford were Goldie Thomas, years of the of property issuance, and the the description names- IN RE: Estate of Catherine Teare,

for a visit. Attending the Baptist R. A. Mrs. Drew Reddish and family and brother, Dwight, Mrs. Bishop in which is was assessed are as Dec'see"XOTICK. : OF, INTENTION tO BANK FINANCING
.t NATURAMA Mr. and Mrs. Kent Doke of Camp in Tampa this week are: spent the weekend with Mr. and I Thomas of Brooker; Mrs. Loran Certificate follows: ': REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 30 MONTHS TO PAY

\4 by REPUBLIC. TRUCOLOft PICTURES CORPORATION. 'Alachua and Mr. and Mrs: Ovid Lynwood Walters,' David Haines, Jrs. Clarence Taylor at Fernan- Conner of Miami; and Mrs. W. C. 1954. No.1 ; Tear of Issuance Notice .is hereby given provisions that the un.dprslened. ot-

by Consolidated film Industries Bennett and family of Starke Mike Sheppard, Al and" Steve dina Beach. Conner of Starke. Description of Elk 29, Town of Property ef New: Lots 13 14 I'Chapter 20.953.un Vr Laws the of Florida, Acts

..J wItII WAltACf f IB.KmD Pml...ems were 'weekend" guests' of"Mn: and 1 :Yancey, Marty Payne, 'Frankie Mr, and Mrs. Percy L. Thomas Mrs: Jones of Orlando and 2!.' 24 T 6 S.R. 20 E. Kiver.. 'Sec.,'I.H-f 1941. win register with the Clert 1895.00Dealer I

"I 1ll1IOwmE.!EMU 1IffJ.: Screenplay WAlITI SAND[by.Kenneth cmm IEnus Garnet .' Mrs. Frazier Shaw and sons, Gene ,Hardy, Gary Harris, Mathew and'?Mrs. .Jessie Morgan of Jacksonville daughter; Emily, 'of Fernandfna Name ree. in which asseseed:- R. C. Ba d-I I lof the County.Circuit Florida Court in upon and receipt for Bradford of-

,Ind DeVillod Scott. Based on the novel entitled and Lamar, at Salt Springs. Griff, J ttry Warren, and Don- and Mrs. ''Alexander'D0e- visited the A. J. Fenders"Monday.afternoon. All of said property being la the proof of publication of this notice and Factory War-
I "Ibe Maverick Queen"by lane Grey Mr. and Mrs. Loren Conner and 1,, ald 'Falcon. rffer of New York City visited Mr..I', Mr. 'and Mrs.-" 'Earl County of Bradford,'State of Flor Repairs'under he fictitious name which of I Bradford am, engagedin Rl -

Associate a IUUBU Prducer: .IDDUCIIIM-Director Joe KantNOW family of Miami are visiting Mr.I' Attending the Baptist G. A. and ,;Mrs. A., J.. Thomas, sr>-and GOodman and daughters, Bennie ida.Unless such certificate or certificates business at 126 Court Street. ranty.

and Mrs. I,. L. Conner and family Camp on the $uwannee River at Ur. and Mrs. Joseph G. Wood on and grandson; 'Randy''' of Starke shall be redeemed accordIng Starke Florida.
126 Court
I' to law the described Audrey Harrington. Terwillegar MotorsNew
.. .AND this week. Live Oak this week are: Dee Walters Wednesday.Mr. were Friday evening dinner guests I' in such certificate property or certificates Street. Starke. Fla. sde owner.
,Mrs M. ,W. Cressler, returned Janice Vickers. Janet and and M'I'!. L KVWhitefiead' of the Fenders. will be sold to the highest bidder Dated this 16th day of June. A. D. Ford Cars & Trucks

Saturday from a month's visitwith Diane Hardy, Linda Elrod, Mar- and famify'are moving toValdo II Visitors of the H. if. McRaes at Monday the court in Month house of door August on the, nail first, Florida.1958 at Starke Bradford ll94t7llO County_

MQM presents Mr. and Mrs. Charles, W. garet Colson, Bobbie Sue Barks- within the next two weeks. ,where which is the 4 day of August, ISaS.
and at Fort Ogle-' dale, Susan and Mr. Whitehead' has Sunday morning were'Mrs.. F. F. Dated this 3 day of July, 1S58.
Cressler son Wiggins Mary been transferred Connors and daughter! Mrs. Betty (OFFICIAL SEAL ._ ... TQ SAVE
thorpe.: Ga. and First Lt. and, Louise Haines.Mr .- with the Seoboard Railroad.Mr. L j Johns Charles rA. Darby; Clerk of

/ < Mrs. William Booth and da g-- S and Mrs. s'L.: Peek,- Jr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner cf, Dianne and children, .Edward 'Jr., of Circuit Court of Bradford' Both 'time and money See your
County, Florida.
LCuKffiaScoptyic ter at Webb AFB, Big Springs will fly to Mexico City\mday for Bonilay; who temporarily livng -i I Miss Jackie and Jimmy 7-10 4t 7-31 Chiropractor firsts He can restore
)lOSE FERRER Texas.. two:week vacation. Mrs. W. H. in Lawtey, have purchased th* Paul Sheryal Turner and normal function to your body by
Jacksonville and
4 ANTON WALBROOK I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dayton and Holland, Mrs. Peeks! mother, will Whitehead house on E. Call street. I If : 1. NOTICE TO DEFEND removing pressure along the spinal -
and Circuit
r,, Mrs. Robert Taylor and Court. Bradford County,
VWECA LINDFORS I __ family left Thursday for Mean stay with the children during Douglas NoUn is visiting friends J 'son, Robert Jr. of Florida i In Chancery. nerves.
weeks visit with their in DeFuniak Olustee. Eulaili V. Young, Plaintiff, vs. I
N Y. for two absence. Springs this 'w ek; Dr. LeForest Potter a prominent
George V.
: EMMVIMS? relatives. During their absenceMr. S Mr. 'and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson1,: Those: visiting the A. .Fenders YoungDefendant.Case No.. 12-58!.: 'New York specialist recently
j '
4 DAVID fARRARL and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb will Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Mike; and Mrs. Eva Patten 'of on the weekend were her brother \otlce To Appear!' wrote "after practicing medicine

DONALD WOIFIT1ERBERTLOM manage the Starke Motor court. entertained at an outdoor fish Jacksonville, ,Mrs. Ray Simmonsand and $ r-in-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs. To: George-and address Young Is,: whose-4SU Webster residence for 15 3PI, I am daily astonishedat

Mrs. L. S..Hutto and family had fry Thursday ning of last week. daughter:Jan. of ,Tampa. andMrs. Earl Batten and daughter Linda Colby Kansas. the remedial powers of Chiropractic -

i as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs.E. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and W. E. Middleton of Starke- ('>f Theressa; Mr and Mrs. Ralph suit You for are divorce hereby notified' that. a as a cure for disease." NEW 1958 FORD

L. Smith and children of Mrs. Dan Maxwell of Fayetteville, were guests of Mrs. E. L. Mat- Osborne and daughters Linda has been filed against you la tM
Hound \
Magod"Cartoon Orangeburg. S. C., Mr. and Mrs. N. C.. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrewsof thews at Kingsley Lake on Wed-. : Sandra, and Debbie,. all of St. you above are name requited* Court to and serve mae a copy aid For further information on Chiropractic PICKUP

T, F. Hutto and children. Mr. New Smyrna Beach, Miss Maxine nesday. Augustine. Other visitors were Mr. of your answer or pleading to the benefits phone or write the
Sun., Mon. July 13, 14 and Brad Locke and son and Mr.. Andrews and Steve Kelly of> Mr. and ,Mrs. Morris WilliaMs: and Mrs. Wesley Andrews of complaint Martin on J.the Pearl.Plaintiff 102 Lw* Attorney JCx-- DR. II. G. BOLLINGER Serviced for Delivery

...... __ '. t and 'Mrs. -John Neft and son, all Jacksonville, and Jack Webb of> and children of Folkston, Ga. Starke on Wednesday afternoon. change Building, JacksonvlHe-, CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES with Dealer and Factory

of Jacksonville Knoxville. Tenn. spent the weekend with Mr. and: Those 'who enjoyed the Fourthat and Florida.file the original in the officeof Warranty.

e :b.__ Mrs. Grace Pearce of Plant City Mr. and Mrs. Manley Leaven Mrs.: Jesse Newsome. The. New-, GoWhead' Branch Park of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 728 E. University, Ave.

GARY COOPER was a weekend guest of Mrs.) J- and. family ef Jacksonville- were s mes als6 had 'as Sunday visitors UeRae'wen!:' the: H. M. or 1958 before; otherwise the 11 the day allegations of August of, Gainesville, Phone 6-323

AtA) DIANE VARSI H. Fields. They visited Mr. and holiday guests--of Mr. ''and Mrs.Bill Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E.: Sanders and McRaes, the T.'N.; Normans, E! C. said Complaint will be taken as a 1845.00 I -

SUZY PARKER Mrs. R. T. Cunningham in Mel- Graham at Kingsley Lake. daughter'of'Valdosta and Mr: and' Supps. 'A. R. McRaes, W.: J. Mc- confessed This notice by you.snail oe publishedonce 426 N. Walnut St.

j rose last Thursday. Mrs. W. S.: Slade left Tuesdayfor Mrs. Carl McCafl, and: daughters, aes'B.1MMcEaes.: : L. A. Cros- each week for four consecu- Starke.,. Phone. 10? .
Ten North FrederickPhis tive weeks in the Bradford Count! ': r p" ? Flareside
S Styleside or
},(r. and Mrs. E. Q. Garrick of Waynesville, N. C. for a short of1JazpeiDi *. bys,,Robert MyrlckSr B. M. Mc-

CwsoEi St. Petersburg spent the first vacation.. and Mrs. ''P. S. Mullins and Rae Jr., V. Thornton, Robert I Bodies at same price.

I : part of the week with Mrs. L. S. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer, family Were visiting their parents Tartars, Fenian Crosbys, Mrs.

4 Hutto and family. the former Joanne Slade have far Ocala on 'Sunday. Sue Myrick the A. P. Hails of Terwillegar MotorsNew

"Feudin Hillbillies" Car- Mrs. Dolph Reddish and children moved to Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mr. Merritt Williams Jacksonville Mrs.F. L. q nnors, WAREHOUSE Ford Cars & Trucks
toon. spent the weekend: wttft her where Mr. Sawyer'will be'assoc and daughter Frances LandrunY: Betty Johns of Jacksonville and

parent Chief and Mrs. D. W., lated with Slade Gas Co. at Jacksonville spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith Mrs. John Schultz and 'daughter
Tues., Wed. July 15, 16 Carpenter on Santa' Fe Lake. Beach. Mrs. J. F. Rogers. Mildred of Pittsburgr Pa. -

_.. DOUBLE FEATURE Rosemary Denicke of Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmersand Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. ,!;) ; i 1

Ga. is visiting Lynda and BeverJy children.C&rlton. and-Barbara had.as. headay- guest: *'Dr. Albert Rites Wednesday Plastic $oPAEEt'1 19.95

'Chapman for'two'weeks. 0inrOfulifi wQi Pa. event from Malaterre, John Malaterre. Mrs. tor.N -
: Parrisli
Cookie' Mathews Kay Hart.ltay ,. Sunday to Friday with HoweTwining. Jewell Faulk. and children, Mr. ,:.
.4 a-. ._ ...T 1;;L t.._j
Christmas. Virginia Erwinand and Mrs. Royal Hawk1n. and Mr: New River Farrrier

Jo Smith' have been attendbig Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Peterson and Mrs. Kenneth Sanford ofJacksciivrnemnd LIVING ROOM SOFA 12.50

the Majorette camp st.: Joy of Starke left Monday night to' Miss- Louise Norman S. Parrish, 64 'year oldBradford" -

CUff Wesleyan College, Macon, visit to St. Paul.'Minn. Earl, Wis. August of ,Atlantic Beach. They County; fstraer who lived ,
Ga. the past two weeks. dE1'Pase.' -Tens. had as guests the early part!'of ar'Scout Role Bridge 'on New -.

Mrs. Pauline Torode had as Mr.: cd Mrs. W. H. Noflmanleft the week, Mr. and' Mrs Bob Mc- River; died suddenly at his home EASY CHAIR 9.95 I
Large And ConvenienceOUR
; rb NATuRAMA'1AI weekend guests at her KingSleyLate Monday for' a vacation in Clung of Parkersburg, Va. andMrs. Sunday. morning of a heart at-' -

home, Mr, and Mrs. John S Highlands' and Asheville. C.. Clint it Buff of JlttksonvnJlt.Mr. : tact

Torode and family of Starke and Enroute they stopped to visit Mrs. 'and Mrs. N .T. Ritch nd Funeral semeeswer held

pcLrIe1 MJr. and Mrs. Louis KBeatt and S NonmanCs sister Mrs. T. W. Ol1ver children of Hialeah spent lasthe Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Jtmb PLASTIC CIIA4JR 12.50 Service

daughter Paula of OrlandO; who is still a patient in ., week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd in Pine>> Leve Baptist Church with DepartmentWILL

AND '" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and Brunswick Ga. hospital followinga.recent'fafl S Green and Mrs. Carrie Ritch.. interment in Mt. Zion Swift Creek REMAIN OPEN

daughter Marion visited Mr., and I and another sister, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacks Efr, Cemetery In Union cbu 1tr. Wil-

Mrs. Robertr Cantrefl .in 'NorfolkVa. Mr. C. W. Denny, in Savannah.Ga. .:' vine was the Tuesday dinner guestof sto Fiiae'ril 'Home of Lake'-City Platform Rocker Ottoman 19.95 Saturday Afternoon

last' week; They alSo touredthe I her mother, Mrs. T. J. ariff1t.Dameron was la i'charge.of'arrangements. ,

Smoky Mountain enroot o Mi- and Mrs., John H. Gin returned Black, m,"and Kitten ,Sorvtvlnr are'Ws: vife. -Mrs. Until 5:30

Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the weekend homEf'after two week's visit; Black' of Atlanta, Ga. are spending Mafco W. Parrish;' two daughters. 5-Piece Limed Oak

visiting Mr. and Mrs. RalphCollins I with their grandchildren., 'JOhnny -S month with their grand.mother ,.
Mrs. Ixraisg: :Plaster Jacksonville.
In Pelham. Ga.' .Mik* and June Lynn Gill in S Mrs. W. B. Parks. I1"J Mrs. .Estelle*'Green. Palatka: B iiipoi iie'wi Vanity 129.957Piece ,

Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Green I Dallas Texas. Rev. W. S. McAlfley MaxySchmitt. twO'SOlls: ,Tbra Parristt.,, Jacksonville F ROM 1 O'CLOCK

J'j1usMS1eepytime' gave a' family birthday' party Carr Colley was vacationing' at I Anita Alvarez. Billy and ,, and' Bill iP5rrisn; Orlando; .

Sunday afternoon for. their son. Englewood Beach last Wednesdayto Jimmy Dawling. 'and Buck Rightare two" -daugh\ers; Mrs.; Jessie p I I Weekdays Open

Jungle"Cartoon. Charles who 'was two yearsold.. Sunday. *'spending ,this week, at Camp S Ma'eWefch* &Mrs. Ruby moss, HeavyCHROME'

members of the family enjoyedthe I Miss Dorothy.ClaIr Kiekliter of Montgomery. Among those at the Both of f ke 'BUt 'er; three sisters, 7:30 AM (o 5:30 PM
: affair.Mrs. Green Cove Springs spentlast, Camp last week* were David In? Mrs Lfflie DINEffi' 88.88
Hdffingsworth tAke
Jihnr., FrL-. July 17, 18 J J. H Fields, spent the: Wednesday night with Mr. and, gram and Tommy Andrews. I Butler Mrs. Mattie Williams' -

early part: of' last week' in Cocoavisiting Mrs. W. H. Nollman. 'Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon I ofMacclenny 1 t tlckxonvffle; '* and Mrs. LblaGranthanr. I TABLE 36 X 72

Mrs. Harold FontMr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. GUI are I and Jimmy Weldedand.Miss ,: TJeland;' three broth- TERWILLEGARMOTORS

and Mrs. Peter'Nshurnukot'Pea : spending this weekend with his!I Mary Wheeler of Jack-- ,!i f. Ranoe,' Ancfl, 'and Joan Parrish. -
Mass visiting ),Ir. mother Mrs. $ GiU sonvffle ''spent the. Fourth with
-are T. in Arlington. -S ., all _of Lake Butler.REPORT .
and Mrs. Prescott GiU for two I Va._:who seriously ffl., their mother Mrs. Gladys Wel-

weeks. MtS..<'J'ess1e Coleman and daugbtel'l' '
JAMES WON don.Mr. ... .... .-.. ... 123 East
Mr.and Mrs. Glen Bredbexmer! ; Easel and Sandra Colemanspent i and Mrs. Herbert Dayton

STUKR INCH STEVENSfluff and daughter; Patty, of1 Trucks-; with relatives In I and family of the Starke McLcfrCourt "VLORIDA-ep BANK fornor AT ITARKFT- OF TUB Can 80Starke : I

mit.ers Ocala. left for two opwrtnic !: nr Tin <
The; Parwwrlast; Thursday Tuesday a "I'.4Te OF
of Miss Louise' Stem. '- Sammy Miller celebrated hisad i}'weeks vacation at, their formerI FT.tRIDA BCIUED AT JCKE THRrtrt n, Wf.A. K.' OFax Street- ,

'Private Fye Popeye". Mr. and Uw. B. P. Boone t 12th birthday! Jt. Jacbonvtl1restaurant home, In Olean N.T-Mr. and Irs.G. ..... S Your Authorized Ford

Cartoon. children of Jackson Miss. are! on Sunday with hisnd I I S. Newcomb are in charge of Cash balances with other -

spending this week with Mr.. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mill. the motor court duringtheir banks. Including reserve Dealer
fc&Unee and cash Items
Mrs. 0. W. White Sr. er. __ absence. -in process of collection 2ll.SjJ.51

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Reddish* :Defends Web Worm ,Threat Traffic Cases Farmers Are Due' diesel fuel and special motor fuels.
Wiggins first Commercial fishermen and certain -

Heard By MayorIn Four Cent RefundOn others also are eligible to
To Pecan Trees
apply f cr state tax refund permits.
Court TaxSix
I Monday
Expenditures Announce : Additional information on ta*
Termed SeriousAt Four cases were heard in ,May cents per gallon refund on refunds for on-farm used gasoline

-: or's court Monday afternoon. The gasoline used on the farm Is:: may be obtained from the county

Continued" from Page 11 late webs are being [Continued from Page 11 first was that of Joseph S. \Vilen- available to farmers, reminds agent's office.
i formed in some pecan tree,. sky with two charges against him, County .Agent G. T. Huggins.The .
almost 8000. men, vcters will elect a Chief of
County Agent G. T. Huggins states one for re kless driving and the 4-cent per gallon state taxIs Mrs. Aslean Rigdori
The sheriff said that he would Police to fill the one-year unex- I ;
I the area may be in for another other for driving witn no driver'slicense. refunded cnly to farmers with :I
try to'cut "as much as I can. butIdon't pired term of W. E. ,Thornton, re- :4 Dies Wednesday .;
season of heavy infestation by permits. These are issued on an I Ii I

; know'what it's going to web worm. 1 signed. Wilensky pleaded not guilty to i annual basis by the State Comptroller -i t At Home Near Starke

be. The qualifying fee for Council- both charges but was found guiuy Tallahassee.
This pest can be easily spotted I
The largest Increase over last since it forms the familiar and men is $30. and for Chief of on the'first charge and tined 1Z. Huggins explains that a bookof Mrs. Aslean Raulerson Rigdon' ,

'J Artas expenSes, other than and Police, is $97.50.Legion He was found not guilty on the invoices is issued with the 77, widow of the late John J.
webs over twigs
salaries which -
was upped from tree second charge.Of state permit in which the farmers I Rigdon, died suddenly at her home
branches of the pecan as
15958.32 to $23,958.46. The big
the others appearing Calvin northwest of tarke Wednesday
i keep signed records of gasoline
well as wild persimmon and hickory Training
gest cut was t& equipment, such I
Henley, charged with no driver'slicense afternoon after a brief illness!
purchases. At the end of the calendar -
nut trees. It is sometimes con-
as cart radios etc.; from $12183.71 ,- Conference Set pleaded guilty and was ,
fused with the tent caterpillar, year the farmers then filea I Mrs. Rigdon was born August

Salaries down1o$5,700.OO.' were Increased from and both do the same damage, At Ocala SundayHarry five sentenced days with to pay sentence a fine suspended.Earl of $27 or. I refund claim on the number of 13, 1880 the daughter of the late

gallons itemized on their invoices. Dave and Sweat Raujergon.
;$22,014.00 to $24,314.00 for deputies eating the foliage from the tree. DeSue pleaded guilty to Mary
Rabb' Jr.,commander of Those who expect to receive
'and assistants; and the The only difference' is in the side of the Surviving are two sons, Arthur
sheriff's salary. of $7,500 remainedthe marking of the larvae, and the American Legion Post 56, an- On Hornsby HomesteadOx road driving and on was fined wrong$37 or seven state gasoline tax refunds should Rigdon of Jacksonville and Lacy
nounced this week that
the annual obtain a permit immediately, the
same. tent caterpillar forms its nest with sentence suspended and Rigdon of Starke; three daughters -

'Investigations jumped from the base or crotch of the limbs, 4th District Training Conference days for 30 agent suggests. Mrs. J. L. Gentry, Starke
will be held in Ocala on Sunday, Yoke Symbol Of The PastA put on probation The 2-cents per gallon federal
$550 to $750 and the.$5.015.60 for whereas the fall webworm makesits Pleading guilty to public intoxication Mrs. Marie McMillan st. Petersburg -
July 13. It is at this meeting that tax refund is simple. No permit
at the of branches. and Mrs. Marian Ptnny.
reserves for contingencies rose to nest tips Melvin W. Henley was ,
Legionnaires learn of the various relic from Bradford County's out-building. beforehand is needed. The farmerat I '
$5,441.71. Trees cannot flu'out and mature sentenced to a fine of $27 or ,Boston Mass., and three grandchildren -
department programs and activities early days is the rugged-ox yoke I, And many other jobs were done ; pay the end of the fiscal year sub-t .
Th'is the nuts properly when a work' five days on the road.
was the proposed budget Rabb said. shown above, recently put back by hand back in those days, the mits his claim on U. S. Treasury
submitted high percentage of defoliation has Stanley S. Noegel dill not appear Funeral arrangements will be
by the sheriff and returned Registration !begins at 9:30: ) a.m. in working condition by Elmer 1 Hcrnsbys recall. huge two-inch Fcrm 2240. These forms are avail- (
for' taken place, Huggins said. on a charge of reckless driving under the direction of DeWitt C.
by the Board adJust-
at the Ocala' Legion home and Hcrosby, eldest son of the vener- auger but with a wooden handlewas able from Internal Revenue offices

ment and re-presentation at next The county agent recommended the meeting will adjourn with a able Jim Horsnby of Route 1, used to drill the holes in the forfeited bond of $27. Tcm- county agents, banks, and ; Jones.

week's budget meeting. the following procedure to hold luncheon at 12:30. Starke. ends of logs used for building mie Book Williams also forfeited Postoffices.Tax I

The commissioners did some the web worms in check: The entire meeting will be in Elmer and his father, as well homes or sheds."We'd bond of $27 on a excessive charge of reck- refunds are allowed if it is
less driving with speed
"chopping" on their own General I Webs that can be reached may charge of 4th District Command. as his father's father, all plowed drill a hole through the forfeited used, for cultivation, crop pro- I
Mack Hyatt v/ c. T. u.
Fund, budget and approved some I be cleaned out or burned out by er Guy Andrews of Starke, and many a furrow with oxen using logs," the elder Hornsby said, bond an
items as well as holding some for I hand.A other Starke men who will appearon this yoke, which was hewn by "and when the logs had been put related to farming.

future study and consideration. spray, using 3 pounds of 50 the program include Command hand from black, gum. Originally I into position with the holes pointed Hearing passing.of the charge of fail- Other uses for which refundsare ..1 "DRIVERS ARE SAFER WHEN

Commissioner Bishop proposeda per cent DDT wettable powder, er Rabb. S. E. Sparks, A. L. the bows which go around the' upward, we'd drive a hickorypeg ure to have vehicle under control allowed are handling, drying, i THE ROADS ARE DRY, BUT

.$2.50 per week 'raise for the or 2 pounds of parathion wettable Crosby Jr., L. H. Gibson, A. J. oxen's neck, were of hickory, but! dcwn through the hole and against S. Trovato was postponedto packing, grading and storing un: i TilE ROADS AND EVERBODY

Road Foreman, 'and 'this'was powder per 100 gallons of water Thomas Jr., and H. A. Bishop ,Jr. .the present ones Elmer made I'' that made a good joint." July 21.Tobacco. manufactured commodities when I! ELSE ARE SAFER WHEN TilE

granted which raised his salary will make a kill. Enough pressure Rabb also announced that tn .!from pecan sprouts'and he claims. He showed a wedgeshapedblock the farmer produces more than' ': DRIVERS ARE DRY."

from 3900.00 to 410000. must be used to penetrate the principal speaker at the lunTheon i they were stouter even than i of wood and said: "We used half the commodity so treated,,'I! [
Several items'were" cut 'in half, web and give coverage. will "be State Department Commander hickory. i that for splitting rails. We'd use Support Refunds are permissible also on:I' __

such as city and county mosquito For smaller amounts, use 5 3 E. J. Cooper of Grace- The Hornsby homestead settled an iron wedge to open up a crackin Average ForecastAt ----

control which was trimmed about tablespoons of 50 per cent DDT yule, who will -be in attendance more than 50 years ago by Jim. the wood then put this 'glutt'in

15000. wettable powder to one gallon of with Department Adjutant Laddie now a spry 87, is, a veritable the crack and pound away at 54.2 CentsThe

The County Free Library; hospital water. Rowton. District Chaplain Sparks museum of, tools and farm imple- it until the rail was split." 1958 support price on flue-

will present a devotional serviceto ments from an age now fast disappearing Elmer Hornsby left home many
service for indigents and For home use, one of the latest cured tobacco will average approximately -
relief allowances open the meeting.All Back in those days, years ago. and has been living in -4
*were. given sub- and most popular insecticides, 54.2 cents per 'pound,
to folks didn't buy things they Jacksonville, where he was emI -
stantial Increases. '.. malathion, may be used at the Legionnaires are urged according to O. P. McArthur, state
There remain items for attend this important ,meeting made them. I ployed in the shipyard, when his *, a'I
many rate of 4 teaspocns of 50 per cent ASC administrative officer. The
call COmmander Take shingles, for instance. health, goed. Recently he has
to was
discussion at next and are requested
Monday'sBoard liquid to one gallon of water. ( price will be based on not less
meeting. Rabb' at 146 or 536-J so Although many of the old home-I been unable to work, and has.
than 90 percent of the April 1958 .
that reservations may be made. steads and" their outbuildings in, been spending sometime with his -
Moonshine Still parity price.Three
the county are covered now with father here. .
I varieties will be supported :
Found Near sheets of metal roofing under- Before he left Starke, almost'
at one-half this rate because ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Green neath the tin you're still apt to 50 years ago, he did quite a business -'I a
they have been classified as low
Termite Control Camp Blanding ForCommittee find 'hand-hewn shingles. in ox yokes, which he made '
Qualify '
to lacking in flavor and aroma, :
The elder Hornsby, retired now by hand. "And folks still want,
law enforcement generally light of body, with poor
,4FWDEPENDABLE I Clay PostsLex but a veteran of 61 years of I.them," he says,' "but for decora-
the trade. They are
last week raided a moon acceptance
officers strawberry growing recalls quite tion purposes, not for plowing. '
I !
Household Commercial his wife. Mrs. Coker 139, Coker 140 and Dixie
I shine still north of Kingsley Lake, Green and well the laborious method of He said a Jacksonville man recently -
Pel. 0DainI' I I Lucile Green qualified this week Bright 244.
just outside the Camp Blanding making shingles half a century commissioned him to makea .
Democratic Executive The price support will be made
for State ago.In, fact he still has the tools yoke as a trade mark for his,
.Qrev* Spraying i reservation. No arrests were made, and County Democratic : available to growers of eligible
I Committee he used, and describes the processas motel. "And I fixed up one of the! i_
not present tobacco through grower associa-
the were
as operators
Committee for
Executive follows
Call FR: : old ones around the place and
6-2661 : tions on the basis of official
at the time.Confiscated. trict 2, group 2. Cypress logs were cut into two- sold it to a fellow for $10 just, standard grades at a specified rate _

Fhri4Nt' Control were the still equip- Also qualifying were H. B. Wig- foot or 18-inch lengths, dependingon the other day" he laughed. for each grade.

ment cf some 300 gallon capacity and Mrs.Ethel R. Parks for the size of the shingle desired. Folks are always stopping and!
gins the
> &Chemical Co. and 15 barrels of mash. State Republican Executive Com The cypress blocks were cut into wanting to know if we've got any: ment Mr.McArthur. has operated says the govern-tobacco I_ Sell It Rent It Trade1'WITH ]

The raiding party included Clay pie-slice shapes, and then a slit- antiques here," the elder Hornsby:
since 1936. Tobacco -
,. !M ". ".. llth AT*. j County deputies Dick Padgett and mittee. Mr.Wiggins also qualified ting tool called a "froe" was used put' in. "We got 'em. :all right,,, or
under loan on Feb. 28, 1958,,
a1eiTnI1orda \Fred Chesser and Constable Hap- for County Republican Executive to split off the shingles.The But we, aim to keepmost of 'en I totalled 949 million pounds which A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

.. ', : py Cooley. Committee.IT'S rough shingles were then ourselves., After all a.fellow.never, included, 587 million pounds of
finished by placing them in a
i -- -----' knows when he might need his i flue-cured, the most of pay type.:
t ,
. .,pJi : drawing horseand shaped"with :0 WORDS OR LESS, Oaa Ia* rtUa (HiahMai Charge .fI

a drawing'knife. Then they were froe, or his glutt, or his drawing, EACH ADDITIONAL! WORD OVER H _______? _____ fe Per Werl

ready to go atop the house or knife." Speeding Brings :=0.% DISCOUNT 0\! REPEAT IXSERTIOV SAME AD

:r : :r' ( : ". -- ---- Nine- WarrantsSpeeding Ke ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID El ADTA5CB.

,-..&. .. --S SHOCKING! Confessed 'ShinerIs

Sentenced was responsible for !I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ------ 91.25 Per bell First 'I..ntl..
warrants issued last week b:r
In the mood for a shocking experience -
; ToOneYear County Judge T. A. Yawn: Josepr:I CARDS OF THANK (ell T. 50 Wards) ---- ______ uwMEMORIALS

: UNLAWFUL ? Well you can accom- J. Williams Martin Friedman. OVER 50 WORDS _______n_________ 4 C.ata Per w.,'
plish this several ways.
Frank Alford Sweat confessed
'Jerry 'Thomas Touchton, Ernest _
For example: AND RESOLUTIONS -- __ 4 Cents Per W.r4
... moonshiner, was sentenced last Ross John Voris Williams, Jame::.
Stick your fork inside the toaster -
Thursday to one year in prisonor Rose Dixie Alan Land, and Bob. FOR SALE-For balance due on KI>GSLEY! LAKE
next time that piece of bread bank contracts some TV sets like
$1,000 fine by Circuit Judge
by Clayton Stanley, who was alsi() I
won't up. Don't forget, of new Westinghouse and Emerson.! GriffU Cottage
pop July 28 t.
John A. H. Murphree for Ag ||
course possession cited for not having a driver'license. ::5 Dahmers Gift Shoppe. tfcng and Aug. 18 (. Aug. 31.
to have the toaster plug-
of a moonshine still. fay Cottage Amg. JBth ta Seat ht.
: in ged in. Oh yes, and to make the FOR RENT-Furnished first floor Call for
For Any Person or Persons to Engage Sweat 17,.and companion Car- Charged with improper passini!r apartments. Close in desirable lo rrttertatlOM Iedt.tel

.,, experience more memorable, try lie MObley 19 entered pleas of were' Paul Douchon Gary Vensoi 1 cation. All conveniences. W. H.ollman. FLORIDA REALTY CO.
resting your free hand against a \ 228 \v. Madson St. Uchg
not guilty, but later changed and Jennings, G. Turner, Earl Jones, OF STARKE

: Unless metal sink or faucet -preferablyone and Mobley was sentenced to two and Charles Milton Acuff. HAY BAILING Twine Tie. Any ..118 N. Walnut St. TeL S83
: Business Under A Fictitious that's moist. years. A pre-sentence investi- Jim Cummings was' issued i I amount or type. Contact A. II! Harley I Starke Florida

Fiddling with radios while Hwy 16, or S. R. Marco, 481-J
gation was ordered for Sweat. '
warrant for assault with inten t
you're taking a bath can be pretty 219. 283-Y. 4tchg 7-17 FOR SAUK Penta process treated
to kill, Mary Lewis for having n()

::. : The Name I Is Registered shocking risky. too. And it's always darn Henry Richarde driver's license, Eugene McRai. By LAKEVIEW week, fish.BEACH"swim,COTTAGES picnic. Phone- Green Fence posts.& Bakken 4 miles Post North Co. on tick 101.*

; for withholding support and Kyi e Waldo HO 8-2553. Mrs. Maude
The National Safety Council At AnnapolisHenry WE HAVE a new loan
Kahr Box 605. Earleton Fla. program for
:'. Austin Kirly for no fishing license
\ farmers. Loans
of 1
: says that electricity is nothing to 4tp 7-17 to I'rears
.. for the entire credit requirements
fool around with. You can't be Richarde, who recently
KINGSLEY LAKE LOTS the farmer and hU fam
..,.,..... ', i' .' '\ ""' too careful with it. received an appointment to the U,. Gainesville Production Credit
.<," :" : : A Texas man learned that while U. S. ,Naval Academy at Anna- J) GOT A Near". .a the lots Hirkle on West Braarh shore or Pinking Lake. Agsociatfon Gainesville! Fla.420 (orth -Jfchf Miin

wti.f: watching TV in his bathtub. The polls, Md., was sworn in as a Graaad sad ...*... beach for! "., "
: )\ ; midshipman there,on July 1. vtlmntlag and batlag. The first *
antenna fell into the tub, shock- rhelr l. tours if yo. art aew. RADIOS REPAIRED
ReadThisFIorida.aw" He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. SUMMER COLD AU Makes. AU M.4el*
ing him senseless. The cause? Map, prices and terms available at l*.....He
: Charges gaaraa....
: H. M.: Richarde of the State Farm ur efflre.FLOR4DA
Probably defective set that
a ener- SHEPHEHD-8 RADIO *: TV
gized the antenna. and graduated from Bradford HIgh TAKES / REALTY CO. !..... Greea, Owier
unlawful for or as defined lureta to 228 W. Call St. pk... W
"It shall be any person persons, Maybe you don't watch TV School in the class of 1957.WANTED OF STARKE Starke, Fto.

en.gageInbuslneas as herein defined, under. fictitious name as herein'defined while taking baths,'but it's a good Clean \ 116 N. Walnut St. Tel 383'
Cotton Rags, g g symptomatic FOR SALE-14 In x If ft. steel
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the bet you do take unnecessary No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be Starke Florida culvert pipe $1.25 ft. ALSO Build
chances with electricity. You ODD Ing lots for sale It Sjuth
may Gate
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business not even be aware of all the risks Clean. Bradford County Tele RELIEF FOR RENT-4 room house eletrtricity Subdivision. Low down payment.
running water. 320 month. Low
per .
r ,I to,.with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit .' -you take.. graph. 2 miles east of town off 16. Phone JACKSON monthly Phone payment US, c/o Central BILLY
L. B. Jordan Rt. 1, tox
4X1.Y. 4Z7.
Truck Lines.
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of According to the Council more Starke. itp tfcbf

,. all those'interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in- from them electric in the home.current.Undoubtedly many of, The tiling Scripturesfyofe ffcmw FOR SALE-.AH household furni- ONE BEDROOM furnished apart

ture. Kitchen appliances like new. menti for rent. phone 165, W. T,
\- tmst of each, and the fictitious name under widen said business b carried thousands more are painfully His Right to Know ? .. 2117 N. Temple Ave. 301 N. OPP. Jackson. tfch.

on.' Said registration may not,be made until the person or persons desiringto shocked. -___::::: ::_:: 10 AN INHERITANCE ICOUP / El Rancho Motel. Itp GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations

The Council has received reports ISLE,AND UNDEFINED, AND THAT FOR. SALE-Boys Bike 26 Inch with double envelopes tot
.. ageh, business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or of people being shocked by -- --- FACCTH MOT AWAY RESERVED wheel. Like new. O'Hara 8-10 of for 21.93. Bradford County Tel*.

.. their intention register said fictitious name at l least once a week for four everything from oven elements to -"- IN HSAVEU FOe\tX) mile City limits new Ulandmg Kd.Up graph. if

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county "live" refrigerator doors. FOR SALE-To be moved chicken SANTA Sale. Guy FE LAKE Andrews FRONT Phone LOTS 383 for or

How can you keep from being house with 2 gas brooders stove. 379W. tfchg
,,,here aaId.reglstratlonls to be made, and said registration shall not be accidentally electrocuted? Very .cheap. Meli Court, 2 miles N.
of Starke. U. S. 301. Itp Announcing the opening of Used
accepted, by the clerk of the circuit.court except upon receiving proof of You can avoid a lot of risk by Building Supplies. Used lumbe: of
rules A..TED-Small one bedroom furn- all types windows doors, plumWflg.
observing these the Council
such publication. : ished apartment with utilities fur used tin. roofing. Used Cypress
says: nUhed. Quiet location in or a- benches. ideal for any outdoor'n,
1. Don't touch ,appliances- or round Starke. Appr. !5.OO per mo. 11.00 per ft. ft to 12 ft long. Phone
Call Reed at 27. lip 1C5. W. T. Jackson Transfer -c/o
: radios while you're, in the bath- Central Truck Lines .tte
)If fYot engaged business under name LOST-Scott-Atwater 7
; are any tub or your hands are wet. Always Saturday a.m. at Sampson's% Lake.bp motor Ceo FOR RENT-NIce 2 bedroom bornein

stand on a dry surface when you Goodwine. Rt. 2. Box 140. Starke. ltp Klngiley Village\ section. Knownas
Cecil Tabot home. Nice lot
,. use appliances.
FOR SALE CHEAP Call US to see. ISO month, .
: otherthanyouromandhavenothadthisnameproperly 2. Unplug appliances if you Accessories for Ford Cars 1S46-51 Itehg

.: must look Into them. Even then E'umper guards Spotlights, Fog
Lights Radios, Heaters. Terwilie- FOR SALE-2 LP Gas Trailer
be careful of heavy condensers, I gar Motor Company. Itchg Tank and regulating equipment
such as' in a TV set. Phone 145. Ztp 7-10

advertised and registered we will be 3, Ground appliances in damp I New Sinclair FOR Service LEASE Station located FOR SALE-4 lots high tad, dry,

locations. such as washers or dry- on State Road 100 in Starke. If clean and shady no fill-ia. Also
,-, interested call 124. tfchg 2 acre timber plot. Frank W.
ers. Always ground portable elec- Thomas, old Lake' Butler Hoad. 1
tric tools especially when used FOR SALE mile West of Court House. 'ltp
all Information to ,
glad to give you necessary as outside. ', One for 1928-1)49 lot of new Ford and cars used and Ford trucks.parts RENTAL

Replace worn appliance cords. i4 i- Terwillftirar' Motor Co. .%1 rly faraUked "..t.., a... with
... .. .
keaatlfal *r 4 AdalU .IT.
"Confine, your shocking experiences FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart- FLORIDA REALTY tt).
what should do. to the things you can see menL Large living room, dining II* V Walaut l lit. n.m. 111
you and kitchen. Gas heat. Telephone
/ $ room -
on TV horror movies and the :\- Installed. Call ".W, 429 w.
1 like." Council suggests. "Don't get 4 Jefferson St. tfchg: USED LESTER SPINET PIANO _
Mahogany finish call or- writ
electrocuted by a home appliance.I II 'J- .,\ PUREBRED BEAGLE.PUPPIES for GRIDLEY talc CO,
I SALE-Make go d deer dogs. Write Gainesville Fla.
; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; THE RIGHT POINT for the! Route 1. Box 76. Starke or phone Telephone rR r-403Z Uchg
2491. lIp
way 700 write. Come in and select i .


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I I Pay Station -- .- 1 native Floridian, he has resided in

I HOOK 'N .IJNEJu ". II I II I Keystone since 1948 where he

Business Block Sold Phones Stolen S! I years operated and a,service is currently station employedin lor five

c E aNt y 4th was a busy time for At Mel/rose / If K9t the land department of Clay
Electric .
Price ReportedAt w people running Fish Camps in A -,- \: BASfBAU..GAME t Cooperative.He
two ladies has been active in the affairs
this area. At Rutledges'
Telephones from three pay sta- of the First Church
weighed in the largest bass! Mrs.
,' lions:-*two in 'Melrose and one in The Keystone Heights Little f since its organization in 1949\ \ and
Anita Anderson of St. Augustine
$22,500 d Florahome, were stolen over the League baseball team snowed is a member of its board of trus
weighed in 8 lb., 7 1-2 oz. bass,-
4th of July'weekend. Johnson under,by a score of 17-0 I tees. He is a member of the Masonic
and Mrs. Alma Rutledge caught It is reported that a truck belonging Monday afternoon the
Sale of the Werner business -r- r on Johnson lodge. Knights of Pythias
6 and 3-4 .
a pounder/ a
block in Keystone Heights for to the North Florida Tel- diamond. Rotary Club, and American Legion -
$22.500 was announced this week Skee Lapinski caught the limitof ephone Co. was stolen. at Callahan Tommy Jones pitched most of He is a graduate of the
by ,the office of S. E. McKay bream three times in Geneva. one day last week and that this the game fcr',Keystone, with Joe Tampa Business College.
.Realtor.. Occupying cottages at Rutledge'sthis vehicle contained_keys.to some ot Mann catching. Corbet Terrell I Iaa. In his statement this week
.s week were Peter Collins and the company's pay stations in this pitched the last.inning sind a half
The new owners are Frank W. Beasley said: "My concept of
tlx family and the McLawhorns, both for the'winners, with Bofb Morgan
Jones Keystone Heights barber area.The sound and

progressive representation
families from Jacksonville.the phones .were removed from catching. Pitching for Johnson .
and Leamon Ward of Jackson-
the I'outdoor" booths, and robbed of embraces principles of fair
were E. J Becks and[ Jimmy
ville, who will become business before Easter?
cemetery Just com&'Parts
of the dismantled
Crews with Jimmy Matchett play and gives careful consideration
l partners later this when the Merit $
year Badges ApprovedA E
found but no cluesas
phones were. catching.The to the rights ana benefits of
Keystone Barber Shop is moved Board of Review held ,
1 on to identity of- the thieves.
from its present location, in. the Monday, June 30, approved Bpy -, washed Little Hawthorne Leaguers also white- every citizen. This concept should

new building. Scouts Alec Livingston and Jim- gram. Last week. there were 75 Wednesday compel a legislator to safeguardthe
night of last week to the tune of
The property which consists of mie Fox fcr First Class. Merit 8th and 9th grade boys and girls 11-0 at Keystone Park.. Beasley/ States basic and fundamental laws

three lots fronts 90 feet on Lawrence badges were approved for Jimmie i with Rev. James Jackson. Pastorof Tommy Jones was the winning that guarantee us centain liberties

Boulevard, and is 140 feet Fox in swimming and Bob Morganin the Southside "Estates Presbyterian pitcher, and Bob Morgan caught Platform ForRepresentative I oppose the trend toward
Church as'Director. There
deep on Nightengale St. Public Speaking and Canoeing. : most of the game, replacing Joe centralized or concentrated pow.
These will be at the were 15 leaders.
Jones said that when his shopIs Standing iu front 'of the ,former Werner business block in Key- presented Mann, who injured his finger' er, and.pledge to return to the
Honor Court be held at week/Camp ,
moved to the it to an ear- Next ; after .
new building cne
stone Heights which changed hands this week are (I-r): Frank ly date. have a groupof 7th grade hands of the people the powersof
will become a threechair'operation -' night the team
Jones, one of the new owners; Mrs Irene Brault, broker-saleslady associated Walker's Sports Center is con- boys and girlS' under the leader- Mayor M. L. (Les) Beasley of this office.
played Melrose
there but out-
with himself. Ward, and"Coon"
with S. E McKay Realtor who handled the sale of the prop- ducting a contest for fish caught ship of Rev.: .William. Baker of come was not known at press Keystone Heights this week ISsued "I will work for the improvement
Wilson Efforts a more statement
on duty. erty; and Mr. McKay. The purchase was made from Joe Werner of with artificial bait. Closing dateis Jacksonville. time. complete of educational facilities,
; are being made to secure a dentist Sept. 5. Remember you can Immokolee this week and concerning his candidacy for State
Keystone Heights. Camp Friday night the Little Leaguers Representative from Clay County, roads, health, and sanitation projects
for Keystone Heights'he said and weigh in catch here also for of 110
i your last has a group boys under play Florahome at Keystone Park. which he announced last week. and will constantly seek
U this is successful it is hoped to TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY the Clay County contest. Don't the Y. M. C. A. program. For and next Tuesday they play In-
rent the second in'the let the big one get away! the first two weeks there were terlachen there. Beasley is now serving his filth means to bring economic benefit
space new KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Barnhill's Fishing Camp on 125 boys. The ,Camp Director is term as mayor of Keystone and to Clay County through industrialgroom"
part of the. building for use as adentist.s Santa Fe reports that lots of Jim Leiby, who has for, several .the Rotary Swim Program at Key- I previously served as city clerk. A

office. bream are being caught at nighton years had charge of the Rotary stone Beach this year. Other instructors -

.. Present tenants, of the block will Sirs. J. Russell Young popping bugs. They report a Swimming Program 'here in Key- and counselors at Im- Lumber Hardware Paint

all remain in their same locations WWWL&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.J&&&&&&. busy 4th, also. stone Heights'as well as being Director mokolee are James McDonald. 8UJUHHSSUPPUES
'it was said. These are '''McKay News From Goldhead of the "Y" camp. Jim' hasa Dick Bowers, Eddie Barron, Lloyd Cement Concrete Blocks
Realtor,' R. L. Watkins. surveyor, Report From Travelers wonders of the South rim and Each week we have given you staff of 18 college and univer- Sharpe. all of Jacksonville Uni-
Myron Prevatt, attorney the Key- Co!. and Mrs. John McDowall the North rim of the Grand Canyon seme statistics from our State sity students and graduates who versity; Mac Oxner of Newberry Precast U Lintels
have just returned from a trip i Brice Canyon and Zion Can- furnished the efficient College Harold Johnson and Ray
stone Beauty Shop, and Mrs. M. Park by very are with the program through the All Lengths
Smith, 'public stenographer.LEE'S .'which covered some 19,000 miles. yon, all visited on this trip, eitheron and friendly Carl Gillen summer. They include George Donahue of Georgia Tech Frank .
The McDowall's drove to San the way to Californja or on or at least prepared by Mr. Gil Gabel water front director of Da- Pearce of Auburn, Robert Moxley :.- Lighting Fixtures

Francisco, where they took a the return trip. They left Arizonaat len and furnished by the Park vidson College: Ernest Long, recent University of Florida Melvin !<> 'I
steamer for Yokohama. They Flafstaff and proceeded on the Superintendent Bob Baylor. Mr. graduate of F. !S. U., Kim Steely of Carson Newman }://r: : !:. _
made their headquarters in To- well-traveled Highway 66, touch Gillen has received a promotion Porter and Jerry Thomas also and Arthur Eberly medi- d ROY W. TYRE -

DRIVE-IN kyo, staying at the Imperial ing at Albuquerque, N. M. and will go to the Fort Clinch I both of F. S. U. and Jacksonville, cal student from the University of
Hotel, which they described as Shreveport. La., Montgomery Ala., State Park at Fernandina next Jimmy Mullins, student at Car- Miami, who serves as Medical Director BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE

"superb". From there they made on to Tallahassee and home. week as Superintendent. We will son-Newman College in Tenn., of the Camp. _
THEATRE ] trips to other sections includingthe I Rev. Yerkes Taking CourseAt certainly miss Mr. Gillen who these five, are instructors and There is a different group of Phone 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla.

trip to the pearl culture farm' Oxford, EnglandRev. has served so well as public rela- counselors and are helping with [Continued on next Page]
Keystone Heights, Fla. at Toba, about 350 miles south of Fred Yerkes of Trinity tions person at,the Park and has ----

Tokyo. Episcopal Church, Melrose, left turned in a splendid record. We
The McDowall's who'are world June 23 for Oxford, England are happy for this step upward
Fri.. Sat. July 11, 12 travelers do not neglect the beauties where he is taking a special and know he will do a fine job at

KENTUCKY RIFLEChill of our own United States course. He will return in'the mid- Fort Clinch. The Gillen family The Hottest Part of Summer Is l
however and described for us the dle of September. During his ab- will move next Monday. N.w t

.._. Lane Fuller sense Rev. Bryfogle, graduate of 0.Here are those figures we pro- Iv
the University of the sOuth. ..at mised you-and hold your hats! Ye Why Swelter PUSH

Sun., Mon., Tues. Suwannee. will supply the puljjjL 400,009 people visited Goldhead
Rev. Allan Batt Speaker Branch State Park during the
July B714 15 When You'an So
i Rev. Allan Batt of St. Annes year ending June 30! 20,000 more Easily Enjoy

UNION PACIFIC Episcopal Church Keystone than last year. There were 13,247

Heights was the speaker at the persons renting cottages, in tents Conditioned Comfort? I
Barbara Stanwyck, Joel EVERYTHING YOU 11 a. m. service this week at the and trailers there were 19,028 and
McJCrea NEED Presbyterian Conference at the day visitors totaled 67,634. Were

I ., LIVE BAIT BOATS Montgomery Conference Centeron you and your family among these Red/corn's Easy Terms Puts
Wed., Thur. July 16, 17 Crystal Lake. Mr. Batt spokeat numbers? If not, you don't know
COTTAGES the Family Supper at the what you are missing.
SPACE CHILDREN RUTLEDGE'S Starke Methodist Church on Monday Still on sick leave from the Air Conditioning Within the

evening and Tuesday evening staff is Ashton Williamson. We
Michel Ray Adam Williams 1 Mi.\ South of KeystoneOn in Jacksonville at the Card wish for him a good recovery, and

Route 100 Table Teaching Group a new approach an early return to duty. Reach ot All! p
to teaching methods Party For Visitors I

headed by the Episcopal Churchesin Helen and Marian Barnes cou-
II TUCKER FABRIC SHOP Jacksonville.Swim sins visiting Lee and Nancy Sut-

Custom. Made Draperies, Slip Covers, Program Underway ton and Betsy Maguire visitingthe
Upholstery J f.. Monday morning saw the beginning Ed Conneens were guests of
of this year's Rotary honor at a movie party given by
Special Prices on Cypress and Aluminum
Lawn Furniture Swimming Instruction and Water Mary Ann and David Schaefferon MULTI-ROOM COOIIN!
I Safety Program. One hundred and I Thursday evening last week.
Keystone Heights ,Phone 2861 fifty boys and girls showed up for Enjoying the racing picture were .
the opening day., Nancy Button Mike and Junior
E. F. Aiken: Is in charge lor the Vandiver Jimmy and Butch Fox,

--, LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- Rotary Club and was on hand Tommy Jones, Lee' Sutton and EW SIHP I
early to see the program off to a David and Mary Ann. rB00BtUPER HR ,

White Sand ,Lake A Good Investment good start. Heading up the pro- Mike Walrath Injured
gram from the Y. M. C. A. Camp Saturday's short fire siren call- COOL COMFORT- it"t
LOTS AT $1250 again this year is Jim Leiby the ed the rescue squad of the Volun- -
Director of Camp Immokolee. teer Firemen to the scene of an THROUGH
These lots are easily reached require little clearing and Working with Leiby are George accident at the back of the Lazy YOUR HOMEI .

Gabel Bubba Long Kim Porter Susan Restaurant. Mike who was Power+Plus-to cool- ventilate -
will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S.
year Jerry Thomas, Jimmy Mullins. helping his brother Frank in removing exhaust smoke and odors, -"' .
This swimming instruction pro- trash, stepped on the cov- dehumidify and filter the air.

E. M C KAY.. REALTOR gram actually brings many families er of an abandoned well. The cov- 1, Hotpoint Electrostatic Filter at POWER+PLUS AS LOW AS

-, to this area so that their er gave way and Mike fell some no extra charge. Compact new
children may have the opportunity 25 feet into the well. He sustained dimensions beautiful mod- h 0111 e '
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 for this expert instruction under severe cuts on his shoulder and ern styling. Two-speed fan, 165.00
1 the able leadership of the Y.. head but is making a good re-
I concealed controls, ?
M. C. A. National recognized awards covery.
L I for progress will be given Camping Around Keystone cooling, low operating AIR"CONDITIONER 1st Payment in 90 Days
See it !
at the close of the program. Every week there are more .cost

k ,,_ Prescription ServiceAs Cemetery Assn.. Elects Officers than 375 young people in the .... NEW
At the annual meeting of the camps near Keystone Heights. !
Keystone Heights Cemetery As- This week there were 100 boys Tc1fl1

Near You As Your Telephone sociation, held July 1, the follow- and girls in the Salvation Army : i. AIRFRESHENERDRYING,

ing officers were. elected for the Youth Camp. Captain.John Jor- .
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CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS coming year: Leo L. Hill of the dan is the Youth Director for the 1 !

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Boulevard Owens of the First Baptist two important activities of ''nstalls.asily window, transom, or wall. a I
Church.A the boys and girls. I'
decision was reached to carry Camp Crystal Lake has 85 4 "power-house" priced to fit your budget! Toe;touch door opener

out at once plans to fence the youngsters enjoying a' two week Cotertonet or white
Cemetery. Any, shortage of funds camp with nature study. arts and
AIR CONDITIONINGREFRIGERATION will be raised through soliciting) crafts and swimming activities, t

the members groups. The Assoc- The Director is Miss Jane Driscollof

K HEATING elation is a non-profit organization Hamilton N. J. This camp I fc!
and is under the direction of under the direction of the Alachua ,
OOL [ -SALES- the above officers chosen from the County School Board.

member groups Lots may be pur- On the other side of Lake'Cry-
I ENGINEERING -INSTALLATION chased on contract for the deed stal is Camp Montgomery the .

c thereby making nominal payments Presbyterian Conference Center

possible. In this way families may for this area of the State. The .
RED STRICKLANDKeystone buy lots advance- ,of need., Any week the camp under the lead

information desired, may be bed ership of the ReV. William Me-

from the ministers of the various Aliley. Pastor of the Starke Presbyterian PHONE 9391 __ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. .
Heights, Fla. churches and from Mr. Purdy of Church. Forty-five 8tt

the ParkofthePalms.A and 9th graders areenrolled foi
PHONE (Day) 4144 (Night) 4291P. letter was directed to be writ- a week's program including crafts, WHERE SERVICE IS ASSUREDI.l

0. Box 11 ten by the secretary to Troop 105 Bible study. Mission study.,Youth
local Boy Scout Troop in appre Programs and recreation. Tftivileaders '

ciation for their beautification of are helping in the pro-


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U ... FLORTO3: THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958


"J YS'T ONE gathered for the weekend. Shower ]
I E : '
Miss Susan Robbins spent the Mrs. Michael Redfearn was the \ \t FLORAHOMEAND
y H'IG4LG1TSAAAAAAAAIAiAAAAAAAAAAAAA weekend at her. home in Arcadia. honor guest at a stork shower lt } \\\ \{ ; c

Accompanying her was Miss Lee given on Wednesday, July 2, at .HU\ullit\ ) GRANDIN
01 '>f J.nat the home qf, Mrs., Jmaplizzaqd. : *. -, "" .. by Blanche cttnlingham.a.i.asaaluA.aaaAal.
evening. : c h\\t\\'I\\\\\r\ \ \ \ \ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
If., s u\ nGifts were, presented ..
u [Continued from Page One] Visiting the H..L..Sutton familyare & '
in- a bathinet shaded by a pink r .\ Mr. and Mrs. Hurray Sipprelle .
their cousins. Helen and Marian and blue ruffled umbrella. Forsythe-Lehafr
gave a Fourth-of-July barbecue for
boys each two weeks, with 130 expected '
.for the next group. For 'Barnes of Norfolk,. Va., The Among theguests were Mrs. \Mr1m \\\ the Florahome-Gratidin Club, at Miss Ernestine Lenair; daughterof
girls have been guests at several Montay Vickers and daughter, their home Mr. and Mrs. William Lenairof
the last five weeks, when there in Melrose. Those at-
parties during their visit. Ginny, of Melrose mother and TPO { W \ Lenoire City, Tenn and Mr.
wilt be. a .new.gtoup each tending were: Claude Vore, Mr.
there will be 150 ,boys each : "..The,;;Eminwtt "Jones""hidl IIP sister of the honoree; Mrs. Hunt-, n)I } and Mrs.' L Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Forsythe, son of Mr. and
week'j 4 s roz' Pgt' It4W PlldWs.Iffi : Redfearn SrMrs.: AI Mrs. Elmer Forsythe of Lake
Program Director for the ley \ \i\r" Roy Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Kay

,mer, 1sCar1, 1eltast' English cbe' t 41Jrea{ at I 4n Miss Aggie Watson, Mrs.watson'j : H ,\.111 U t i1t. ) \ Birt, :Mr. and Mrs. T. Drake, Miss I I Geneva were united in tnarriage

fessor,at.the Hyde Park School in' +Ci sal and. Q Alei }gel.wd Walralh III, Mrs. Robert t. \ \ Kay Drake and fiance, Roland ,June 27, in Tennessee.

h Chicago, HI. l a.aj ugh r, all of Chattanooga, Mrs. $teve( Joy, and t.Him.,1i\iITaUW ii\ i Tanner, Kisses Beth Drake, Marian Mr. Forsythe is employed at the
: algid Mt!t I c Wl'ral'J t 11'+a' M Logston of lelrose. Hostesses on; I
When you add..all ,the figures I Sln JOf> :W'rneryvere ; Mrs. ''I :! Raessel'-CoHeeiU'Tanner, Hudson Paper Co. 'of Palatka.
there will be ,somewhere around' (:! N! ) .J"\T.\ ,..t.6--'t:' this occasion were Edgar Kenneth'Tanner, and Mr. and Mrs. The couple are residing here for

2,400'yoiffig people who, will. have urne. l' 1 a vP.G": trip,t0A. Akridge and Miss' Jane Webb. !t H.B.; Crenshaw. -;< > 1I l K- ". u the present.

4 spent' sometime- at ,thecamps, around visited, tl.N :> J .u all Qn u itlley"' Stephanie- June' Redfearn WI I i :Mf: and' Mrs.' Meffls It\IntZ''ore\ Mrs. Ella Voight of Miami dall-
the Keystone Heights area .. gir,;. ikh: l..I (J stp >ir, and..bars. W. H. Redfearn \t\ill&t\\ AUen'cbwnV i
returning1 to after
'' J. ,ghYl l ea }the 1)pme.cof unusual"present" : ,. ed on her old friend Mrs. B. CUb-
.during Mils summer. rti1 were delighted Dy an ,.. a'' /fcrief vacation with Mrs.' Kutz' ningham Tuesday. Mrs. Voight
Notes fIr u17h.I.6f.;'t. ."". +,JessNolad:> (} : on Monday, July 7, their
Key Dr.'Paul _Hplljoined his 'family .1"ff."tfiJ JI'd""lit: A'eflPR?} hdrs.7iru;;: 25th wedding anniversary.. On that r Owner E. L. Geiger keeps an eye oqmihtgvotrsmtuikey I Pe4ro parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. young' ., was the former Mrs. Ella Bloss
and resided in
} Keystone Heightsfor
here at, their lakeside home this opa', .,n, eadt sF'hildrEn, date their son and daughter-m- who is apparently safe but restless fn,}11s prisfln-hpus.ejofjbefr; cans. grtiMrs.. Lester'' .
.. a 1 sti a john. {tyre visit- alut Red- Tanner; accompanied many years.
week. Mrs. Boll and daughters Ti. I law, Mr. Mrs..Michael At left: Pedro has gun but won't \ell.-rjyflo\Ynirupeig\riran.prft. bjr. her' -Bon 'Kenneth1 and
).jr Recent guests of Mrs. Gertrude
.. 1 !flm. \ r, learn, presented them witli a new
Nancy and Paula have been herd l\
a.n" c..J"I .. at their granddaughter Stephanie June, 1., vent it, that is., Pedro may make a bjreakfrora, ,. :onflnement? if he can Daughter, Colleen lefty'?!dnday'for Link were her sons, C. W. Cui-
since the close of school. "
ffiP' 'Orl'ff'I. Birmingham, Ala. and other vacation -
Fe court of Miami and of
born in the Bradford County Hospital ever decide which Is the business end of the
:; David Schaffer left on Sunday .\ /. I 'j i n Illl'l gun. spots. .<
eL r' M1on Gainesville her
,I to' spend 'week with Mike Sip- ,I .Met'4p- :SoQi mother and daughterare ; daughter-in-law,
a -d.f I Fm: \ .J 1:
M .,;M&, fine. Mlles Kay Drake and Miss Mar- Mrs. Gene Cuzzourt; a sister Mrs.
I .a along
,prelle in South Jacksonville. t J 11> **i i *"* .V R.i/ ':"f__a 'ft t1 V ian'Roessel1' 'returned1' to tneirtounceHingwork' Shaw of Wildwood her
'' d t Sl Agnes ;
Mrs: Ella' Volgt sPent several andq lT hit{ >T? t' days at the White Feather Court his, spa. and' I. mt :)Imd, ,frlepdS. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF at Camp o'. the brother and sister-in-law, Mr..
Suwannee Saturday. and Mrs. M. C. their
!: A'Rushi6n8)ilast Whaley and
{ FF
visiting old friends-, Keystone : ) ? KEYSTONE HEIGHTSRev.
enjoyed a- trip, to, Nasau, leavifag ; Ronald Lee Carnes 'r unied' to family of Jacksonville; and her
Heights Mrs. Vcigt will be --t. Young, Minister.Dr. '
remembered by boat from Miami. In addition J, Eussell H Itim &OO W hiai.new home with a California mother, Mrs. C. Whaley of Waldo.
I as Ella Bloss a former James, D. Pait, Organist' So Now His Owner \ i
'' resident. She now makes her to a vacation the trip was also in Choir Director. bride. .< ,. | Mr. and Mrs. George Payne and
I. home'in Miami. She will visit her celebration of their twenty-fifth Services: Church School 9 a.. ;Mr..Ronnie Reid of i Palatka filled family are on vacation with his

I, datightef in Orlando before returning wedding, anniversary. ,a. [Summer hours] Morning Worship -; Pedro is in the "can". He lost The white-faced, ring-tailed the pulpit at ,Faran Church, parents in Michigan.Mr. .

.home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dorrs are now 10 a. m. [Nursery during his freedom for pulling up the monkey is about eight years old, GranSin, in the absence of the and Mrs. V. A. Carlson left

01 Mrs. Walter Mulhofer has returned occupying their home on Sylvan Church School and Morning Wor- e neighbors' flowers and corn. and has spent the last four years regular,pastor, Robert Tuesday by plane for Pittsburg

,.from a visit with relativesin Way; the former Bastedo home. ship]. Youth Recreation: Friday In the days when he was a in jail with occasional "breakouts" Knight. and Uhiontown, Pa., where they
Chicago. Visiting them is their grand- Evenings 7:30.10 r rb. brai, free-roaming monkey he got intoso during which time he gets Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hill of I will visit Mr. Carlson's relatives

The .George Schaffers visited daughter, eleven year. old Diana much "monkey business" that in as much mischief as possible. Jacksonville' visited Mrs. HIU's for several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. William Cannon in Lynn ghiphdrst of Waldwick, N. ST. WILLIAMS CATHOLIC his owner; Red Stalling, gave him Biting the little golden squirrel, father, Thomas Tilden over the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsytheand

their new Borne on Rogero road, 'J. 'Dfaina! Lynn plans to surprise CHURCH to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Geiger monkey, another Geiger pet is holidays.. family left Saturday for a

Jacksonville on Sunday. Eery parents with her new swimming Parish Priest. rather than pen him up. The one of his pleasures. David Price of Carroway call. two 'weeks vacation in Pen-
Father Lanahan,
The Wayne GeigET's cottage skill when she returns home. Geigers operate a tavern on Road All locks must be "monkeyproof" ed
.was She 'is attending the Rotary Mass.each Sunday at 8:15.: on the Drakes Monday evening.,Ijisjlvania...and Canada.! .
the seen ot a fourth_of.duly..cele-. Catholic CluB 'Supper: each 100 near Lake Geneva. for Pedro has lots of' time : :
Swimming Course. When Pedro continued his to figure things out.'

Bruce Prevatt celebrated1' his second Wednesday. "monkeyshines" Geiger made the A.real "ham," Pedro will show
1 KEYSTONEJEWELERS seventeenth birthday on Monday, FIRST- BAPTIST- CHURCH neat little house, complete with off any time. He puts on a dance,
; June 30 with a family party which 'I sunporch, that serves as his jail, his own interpretation of the rock
included relatives who were visiting HEIGHTS. JA by ementing beer cans together. and roll, which ends with a n'e

Expert' Watch ''Repairing' the 1 revatts, J, R., Smith, pastor. Ralph ar9 #n Now Pedro looks at, but does not mighty leap and a fast swing by .

Quality Line ttwdryWalter Jimmi ;'Fox suffereda, bad cut Copeland, Minister of Music and touch the flowers. the tail, from his trapeze. WITH EACH ONE YOU BUY

l- M.Muhlhofer.::- on his arm Saturday when a glass church organist.

9 .. 7. K., .3 shower divider broke, .falling} on Services: Sunday: School, 9:45a. : Missionaries to Africa and Rev.-Titusville, were weekend guests of from: the date of the first publication "We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit"
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. jf this notice to appear in this Court
; Albert Cullen. pastor of Cavalry Mrs. Troy Bennett. ind show cause, if any you can why MARY CARTER
ARTME Training Union.6:45: p. m. Evening the: action of this Court In PAINT STORE
KEYSTONE DEP NT STORE Baptist Church in Evansville, Ind. Miss JackieHarley: and Richard : admitting
services 7:30: p. m. attended services at the First Kent of Jacksonville spent the 1 said unrevoked.Will to probate should not stand 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588,

1" Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing &: Shoes Baptist Church on Sunday evening weekend with Miss Harley's par- Theron A. Yawn,
ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL County Judge, Bradford County, '
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY CHURCH They were enroute to St. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley. ]Plorda.(
Petersburg for a vacation. Mrs.' Glenn Shuford and Danny ,(OFFICIAL SEAL)
n First publication June 1), 1958.
of Keystone lteeights Lucile Foster, Owner The Rev. Allan Batt, Minister. ,Ricky. Roberts of Gainesville and Mrs. Hester Hicks were Tues- 6f191t711s.NOTICE | | 9 Theta Our Business
Sunday Service: 9:00: a. m. spent the week with his grandparents day guests of Mrs. Marion Marrs ,

.- Parish Night Supper: First Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rob- and Mrs. Betty Hogan in Jacksonville If It's 'Glass We Hat III!

." '. .".. ., I to;,.., M . Thursdays, 6:30: p. m. erts :Mr. and Mrs. George Robertscame The Registration BooV July of i,the ms City CALL WRITE or VISIT
ODOMS HARDWARE & SUPPLY for him on Sunday. Mr. and of Star ke, Florida, will be open for
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins
registration of Electors, at the City
YYYYY Y1 :Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son of and family of Jacksonville, and Hall in the City of Starke, Florida -
Melrose Fla. Joe Peters Glass Co.
Starke were also visiting the Roberts from Wednesday July 9, A.D.,
James Anders of Palatka, were 1958. from 9:00 o'clock A.M.
GARDEN TOOLS FISHING TACKLE LA1YTEYAj \ on Sunday. Fourth of July weekend guests of through Saturday, August 9, A.D., ,
1958; at 13 o'clock noon. rooks: to FOR ANY GLASS 'NEED 1
The members of the Methodist
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. remain open each day from 9:00:
f r dI. !hALL IN E OF. HARDWARE Mrs. Joyce T. Fetchyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyy Church are giving a reception for Anders.Mr. o'clock"A.M. until 5:00: o'clock KM., We Design Modern Store Fronts

r their new pastor, Rev Sanford and Mrs. Floyd Norman and except 9:00 Wednesdays o'clock A.M.and until Saturdaysfrom 12:00 Just Mall UsA Pattern for

Mayo. and his parents. Mr. and son of Highland were Sunday noon.CITY ) Table Tops

Mrs. Mayo, of Ocala, on Sunday guests of' Mr.. .and. Mrs.. Vaughn, f. Cal OF:: START Johna.. .,.FLOK1OAf. ... 1313 N.W. 4th PL ,Gainesville. Fla. Phone Fit-2-1353
t SUNDRIES Mete Mr., and ,Mrs. Arli'e .Dobbs hadas evening Ire I\ five to seven, at Prescott Registration. Officerst3
PAP guests during the week Mr. and their parsonage. Everyone is cordially 2t 7-10 .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and
Mrs. Ernest Hewett and son of invited to attend and get
,{; Let VI HaAdte 1 'Y our Prescription Service Tallahassee, Mrs. Harley Herrin acquainted with this fine young family of Jacksonville spent the t }
weekend with Mrs. Dobbs'
FO\JNTAld RENTAL and son, Mr. and Mrs. Casey man.Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil-par- WHY% WAIT% ? OWN YOUR OWN HOrdE NOW! i
LIBRARY MAGAZINES\ Dcbbs, and son Mrs,, Jerry ,Car- Effie inner spent from kison. Marvin Thompson of Jacksonville .
1I michael, and Burney Dobbs of Wednesday until Sunday with her ,
''t visited them on Sunday.
\.' Jacksonville, and :Mr. and :Mrs. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
.Lester Dobbs of Gainesville. Mrs. Frank Wells, In Leesburg. Wayne Massey, of ,Fort Eustis, '

;I WELL% DftLING-Pumps-Service Mr. and :Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Charley Miles and daughters of Va., was the guest of his parents. ONLY $Z5 DOWN I

Joan had as Wednesday overnight Lake Butler visited the L. P. Ra-- Rev. and :Mrs. A..E. Massey, during
the Fourth of July holidays.Mrs. .
guests Mrs. Hazel Velez and fam- fuses
on Sunday afternoon. Miss
T mts AVAILABLEPtomft ily and Mrs. Mattie Curling of Jon Rafuse went home with : Hattie Darley had as AND SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS :

Sentress. Va. them for a week's visit. guests over the-weekend Mr. and

Mr. and :Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs; Richard Bennett and sons of :
i Service Free Estimates BUILDS THIS HOUSE ON YOUR LOT
I daughter visited his mother, Mrs. Moore during the week were Rev. Holly Hill, and Mrs. Alice Austin

Susie Prevatt, on Saturday. and Mrs. George Boyer of Plant and sons of Daytona Beach.
RflLPH t: E. MATHEWS j. MK: and Mrs; P., C, GlkdieuXjand City, Mrs. Grover Highsmith and Miss Ola Mae Phillips spent e \ ... '.. '_ v .

children of Jacksonville: have Miss Rachel. Boyer of Jacksonville from Wednesday until Saturday J 1; ,, .;1I'.J-;.; .- or ". Fhe "CAPRI"
purchased- .- the Roy ...Southerland, Mrs. Jewel Royal,'and Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips fn'Ii.f\t ., ,:', I'+
Melrose r ,
P0. Box 528 Fla: or the old Walter Wilkison farm, and( Mrs. Carl Hagen of Tampa and sons in Macon. Ga. r ._ .-,,-.....-..-........ -

; PI1ONF Git 5:5101: northwest of Lawtey and movedin and Mr. and Mrs., W. E. Torode. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starling

recently. in and sen of Gainesville. and family and Mrs. Dan Vfi. Star-

Mrs. Jack Pons rand ,family, Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Reddish of ling spent the Fourth of July holidays CASH $

Bryant' Reddish,! Mr, ,and Mrs. Webster were Thursday and Fri. with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
: Claude Rowe and Ben Rowe attended day guests of their i49GI
APPLIANCES -. RADIO &T.V. mother, Mrs. Starling and family and Weldon
the Barber-Rowe family Mary Reddish.Mr. Starling. fs PRICE,
Sales and Service
reunion/it Macclenny on;Sunday. and Mrs. Morris Ruskin Jie.i Mrs. Charles Shuford Mrs. Bryant. a

PLUMBING AND 'ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and and Morris Ruskin": ,,..of Jacksonville ;; Reddish, and Ray Reddish "a; ,.. -.
family of Deland were weekend were Sunday guests of Mr. ." -; .,-.i'" -yi- :wI.m.... M *r-_j
were in Jacksonville' on Mondayto .<< .
Jacuzzi Home Water Systems guests of her mother, Mrs Selma and Mrs: Bill Dobbs and daughter. Mrs. '1: tt'"'L j"I .. .tJ'""". !.r'7\ :_nr:. .... ;I
see Reddish's doctor. He .
4"A" *. hVv't'f- .. v!' iii-t "' :;..if*/!
.1" )
E inice. Another daughter Mrs. Mr: and Mrs. Harold .' .
Eunice advised her to enter St. Vincent's !ll. :.::- I
WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN. Tom Barry and family, left Sat- and family visited Jim Godwin in Hospital on Tuesday for tests..

urday night for their home in Maxville on Sunday. Mrs. Eunice Mrs. Susie; Norman of Jackson- [ This .Modem Two-Bedroom Home is Designed foe Southern-Living. Three Jalousie

MANN' Plumbing & Electric Co. here.Mississippi, after spending a week enteredBradford Starke' for an County operation Hospitalin Tues ville spent last.week with Mr. and t Windows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Mrs. O. J. Phillips..Thia week their > Well, Constructed Home.

Box ,353 Melrose Fk 5.2563 family' of St. Augustine visited dayMembers of the Methodist Sunday guest is Miss Debbie Phillips of f
Ph. GR
Palatka. Completely :Finished Outside, Doors,
...- .. .. ..... '- Mrs.John, Shuford and Dave last School and friends enjoyed; is helping with the : 26-0"- -t

'.-. .. weekend; ,IMrs. : their annual picnic at Strickland'sLanding Daily Highland Vacation Bible School at 1 Windows, Screens, etc., and Two R ,
Baptist Church this
I ;i : ..Georgia Ann Sapp had as on Kingsley Lake last '

Saturday guests :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thursday afternoon. Out of town ,week. Coats,of Paint. Partitions, Studding [ \ II "
'nk I; .w
: Burney and family and Mr. and guests at the picnic were Rev. Mrs. Joyce<,Futch stopped by i I

var Mrs.,, Everett Burney, and Mrs. Sanford Mayo, of Ocala,,, .Mri enroute from Jacksonville on and Floors only on inside. 'kITCMf.w ism aFOROOMr

arid Save TimeJust Pete Burney, of Jacksonville. Faye Durban. Clyde Wainwright Monday, to see Mrs. Ellen Normanat J

+ :Mr.,and Mrs. W, J. Green and and Leon Starling, Jr. of Jacksonville -; Her;; home in..Highland.. Although J \b"World's :

t3 family were in Live Oak from Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. Norman has been ill N41 n041 i
:! ; ; a'Vis1t for along time she is still cheerfuL ; Largest arid :
Monday to Thursday for son, Starke, and Ricky Roberts, K
with Mr. and Mrs.. R. M, Carver Gainesville. Her many friends, miss her ... I r

.and other relatives. Miss Elizabeth Tatum, who is great help at the Highland Church
; We are sorry to[report that lit- attending Summer School at the and wish' for her a speedy reeoyLet's Best Builder of Shell UVIN ROOM J elt \ROOM

tle Church Norton, son ,of Mr.. University of Florida, spent the ery.. all pray for this deserving

b and Mrs. Brad Norton, and little weekend with her parents, Mr.. Christian lady.

Miss Sandra Dobbs daughter of. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. Little Larry Wilkison of Jacksonville : 1- Homes"I AovPow'.

MT; and Mrs. Willie Dobbs werepatients Mrs. Mary Reddish was honoredat is spending this week with i
l A" ,tpAf. I. ..hr In Bradford County Hos- a dinner given by her son-in- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .
pital last week. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. i x.110.
: i z oj
? x. : Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee L. W. Baldwin, at the Kingsley Mrs. Winton Parrish and fair

arrived Thursday evening Lake place where they are spend. ily of Avon Park were greeting old

drive up (o our teller window Waked a' deposit : to spend the Fourth- of July ing some time. The occasion was friends here last week. Her oldest

or'withdraiwah'eash a check, and drive off. That's all with her mother, Mrs. Joyce the celebration of the 82 birthdayfor son, Buddy, is assisting Dave Shu-
Futch. | Mrs. Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. ford at the Pure .Oil Station. j
there is to it. it
Try once and you'll use it always. Mrs. Sense Prevatt had as Friday Garland Godwin and two childrenof ,Mrs Carl .Prevatt, and.Mrs. D. WA1T1.RP

guests Mr. 'and Mrs. Timothy Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. :B. Thomas and daughter were

BANKING. HOURS Mon thru Thurs Allen and j family Palatka, andS. Jinx Brown Godwin and tWo-children 'shopping in Jacksonville on Wed-
9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.1 i Jj,and M. B. Fetch of Jackson- of the}State Farm and Mr, nesday.

DdlVElNvlND6w THtirs.\ yPe\! and Mrs. Harold Godwin of Starke
Monl'thru : Mrs. Robert
; Meyers and daughter -
Mr and JMrai, ,Fay Durban .of, were present to make this an en- oJ
9:00' A.M. 4:00"J ..M.FRIDAYS of Jacksonville spent the
lacbonville P
; visited their parents, joyable day for their grandmother.Our .
9bo AL GttiO P.lL'\- Mr. ,and Mrs. -R./c. Wainwright, wish' is that "Ma" Reddish weekend with Mrs. Mattte Carter CORPORATION

CLOSED) ALL DAY SATURDAY Sunday.and Mr.'and Mrs. Ed: Durban on will birthdays.have many more happy :and' family. C s VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT- -

THE KEYSTW STATE BANKA Recent guests of Mrs. A. H. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. NOTICE Of PBOBATE : 'Gainesville;i Palatka Ia' \
Harley and Mrs. Mae Wells were Joyce Futch spent Monday with To all persons interested in. the ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Roberts of West their aunt. Mrs. J. C. Shelton, I estate! of said decedent: Route.2, Box 213-A P. 0. Box 782 i
Friendlv Rank in i I Your MagnoliaII
are hereby aollfied
a Friendly that a
Palja. Beach. MJ=.,an<| Mrs 'Dutch and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jenkins. 'written Instrument purporting to be .Phone: .Franklin 2-2587; Phone: East 5-5971
Keystone Heiihts\'Fk} \ Harley.. of fceilbrorin .visited their Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson .the Last Will and Testament of said t
Member F.D.I.C. mother on Sunday. and family of Gainesville, and :decedeat' has been admitted to probatein '.- .Hawthorne,. and Kincaid Roads, At The "Y"' e ,
Court. You
Jhis are hereby "t
f'+J Dr. and Mrs. Robert Cullen, Troy Bennett,who is employed in : ,within six calendar months -

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r First Christian:Church,: attri. ,ttyyt. 4 .y.. dinifef1, sp, aU are welcome ..,' 8arkertin: Kamptcn; on, Sunday(leading clinic, so,fan. only, 23 per- !I.West Palm: peach Mrs; Mae
", of ,f IA .e -. w.r.i a K ;h YadltlO Bible' Scliool Cotn- last week. He is attending summer sons have enrolled. Reading Readiness Bryant of Mt. Moriah Chiych: ,

"4 -..a.oJ.: air i ua ,a Morning worthipi il ..m.ftw. CLAY HILL Meti0 tnent' .will; Be.. Saturday school at then University of tests were given last, week who took ,up the offering, for j the

.".& & Sherwood, paftdr highi; .. Flerida; <, : : tx determine the growth in three sick members. Char n rehearsal

r.: .8ROR'H' I'EIS Sunday School,. 10:tUn. bf am9.. Li BtfiektBad' t ,Also(remember, prayer serviced ,jj. iWhite. oL qabesvilie., will weeks. ,A final test.will be given .. will be held at 7 p. m. Thursday..

r ToOth, Churca 7 Pad. at Vour church.wheret vet you at- speak at. both Sunday ,morning during the last week of school. President Green is-inVitmg-( young

Wednesday Prayer MeettngT:80t :. AAAAA M&M &'&. tend., Wednesday JOiEtJti. Sunday and evening services at Hampton >Plans are .being made for follow people interested in, .singing;, to
p nt Bthool Sundayi.moming and wor ;Christian. Church' next Sunday, up on thiS ,special group this fall join. Vella Elma Shell, daughter

... f .,' A..i AtMtClIoft' practice 6.45Wednesday. ; P.lb1 Mrs., out Preston sympathy,PaBgett goes to and Mc.nd,f amityci' 1 ship1 .eeryiccs .foUpwlg.Sunday I,July .131 1\.1\ Mrs. I, C. Jelson. teacher of Special of Deacon and Mrs. Shell will be
., : 6dhoo)4.and Sunday niW Plan r cJohn., \Hallwho, was.guest speakt Education at RJE is attending blessed on Sunday morning Dek-
Methodist; Church 3 t". M rk'..Episcopal Ladiea: j Council,, ut and' and MazviUe.'. whose Son:last,Fr ankl4 week now:to i meet'att i the Lord's house f,1: last "$unday at; the ,church:: Florida A&M this summer. Two ccn and Mrs. B. T. Marshall Sr.

Tuesday nights was:kUl led.Saturday I with all:of theot.h'r Sundar..,We awed.his! family were dinner guests of. her, students have enrolled inthis are the godparents. Joan Jenkins,

? Sunday, sing: ,13: Church ...... MJlfteid' MacBlam, Everybody' welcome- to each by a passing train. It seems tight ticyeas.bllb4Ed'by will look for all,-ct our; .. Bunchy here :Sunday,with, kr.!i and Mr class. reporter.

School. 9:45: 'a:< mi Morning Wor* Sunday Services-DriS AJB, service. : ,, the train, i School class to be'present, Sunday. Matchetts", 'i ,,. Church News. Allen Chapel A., M. E. Church

shlpfc. J.1' a. .mi f Nursery provided I Church School! 11:00 aan, Morn 'w and track; could May not'.se the.Lord. t4 be get..with.off you the 1 Mr. and hors C..q. Hodges,fjrpm Mr.\,and Mrs; Ed ,.!.Durban) ando1Lawtey New Hope Baptist Church Allen Chapel A. M. E. cHurch

for small children. }.tYP.6:30: p..,Uig Prayer and Sermon. HAMPTO&BBkKEB I Lawtey, and.brother'-in4awt Samuel sans MrMand.Mrs., Jay _. New Hcpe Baptist Church Rev. Rev. L. A. Sampson will hold
and bless in this ;
m. Evening Union.Ssrvice.. 8 p. m. I I Holy Communion-Pint Sun Cft1STtAlii dtbiC; :' you sorrow. Hicks,, of Jacksonville\ called Boyett of! Valdosta., : L, ,W. Mosley, pastor will be the Trustee services all day Sunday,
Christian Church '' ,Third Christian Endeavor;I+'rlday 7'.id: t'Mss: Ella Carter ami,two daUghters host to the seventh annual Sun
.in the day 11:00': a.m.: Sunday, on the Strickland's Monday morn* and .Mrs. Frank Williams and starting with Sunday School;' Sifter
Harris and
with Rev.; Donald Kokomoor',,7:30: a.m. p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, Mrt Shirley big of this looking. ., tor family spent ,Saturday at Santa day School and B. T. U. Convention Irene Thomas Supt. In charge.
bringing the 7:00 Choir 7SO p. m. Sunday iforning- Wor.. Berniece Carter visited the Randj-' of the Mt. Sinia Association.
message. I I Wednesday= p.m. all Harris of peaches, but the peaches are not Fe. Lake.t 'I, All members are asked to attend
; The morning,, worship service i 13 Practice; 7:45: pjn, Litany and ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship; family Maxville'.Mohj.daf ripe yet. They can come back Mr. and ,,Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand Deacon A. O. Jenkins is president and get a progress report.from

broadcast over WRGR each Sun Bible Study. '" 7:30: 1i. iIl.J BIble.Seflodi;10'L In.mtmCB. caDre.afternoon back.by. the-Stricklands,of last: week' and and. later and visit some more and.get Miv and Mrs.,Frederick,Wat:: :Sister Angie Franklin is vice- the Trustees concerning, the new

day from 11:3D: until' noon. theft peaches.' Mrs Hodges recalls terson of Starke yisited Mrs. Wilson president. The meeting will start windows for the church. Missionary -

A I \j' NORTH SIDE or GOD visited foraahile.Clarence knowing Jim sincethey were both Bedenbaugh in the' hospitalin H I on Thursday. July 17. and extend meeting 4 p. m at the homeof
and Dave Lang
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a., to. MbraT sons Palatka through Sunday A large attend-
At The Tabernacle ,
11 of .the Richard Langs, are spend f young neither' of,; them married, Pres. Givens. Prayer meeting
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng IDgt Worship; : .a; m.4 Sunday v and Jim not even preaching then. Mr. and Mrs,. Albert Dirt and ance is expected. AU members of
Evening Senriae 7:45 YPrf Ink some time, atihcme! at Clay tonight. Sister E. Q. Givens, re-
Menobers of the congregation Worship, 11 a. m. Training : p..m.. After'' he started' preaching he children .of St., Petersburg left the Sunday Schools and B. T. U.
Union, $::30 :. m. Evening Wor Service Wednesday, 7:4ff m Hill while work is slack in Tampa. asked to send porter.
of the Gospel Tabernacle regret p. p. Dave .and Tommie Mr preached most of. the funerals, in for, home Sunday after several groups are as many

tile' death of Dr. Frank Morris ship, 7:30: p. ,m...Prayer Meeting Prayer.Meeting Friday, 745; p! nv' Herndon some in the helped post work, her family, the Parish'faniiiy... It days 'here with Mr. and Mrs. Ira delegates as possible. For further

.of Park Wednesday; 1:30 p. m. Everyone _. w .LAWitnr t last week. is good'to met'then old acquaintances Lester and Mr. and Mrs,, E.,. L. information you may contact
of the Palms, who was welcome-Rev Gerald Suggs pas. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning and; talk with 'Mr. president Jenkins by calling 25Yor

such a, faithful worker among tor. Worship, 11 a. m. YPB Serv Gary Parish eon of .Mr. and 'and.them. flirt.Mrs. Mrs. write 902 N. Oak St., Starke.
Hodges is
Mrs Winifred ri$ and grandson paralyzed has been and Mrs Joe Forsyth,
the-prlsoners in this area. He was ice Saturday, 7:30: p. a. New Bethel Baptist Church
I HEILBRONtf lABY of Fred Lang, spent a few several l years;: but can walk Mazzie Sparkmait, Mrs, Ina
a friend' of the Tabernacle and wTn' days last week visiting with the around some. Come to see us a- Knight 'and Ronn e. visited relartiyes New Bethel Baptist Church,
ouch brought to view the I England gala ,. .1 4 a in Brooker ,onSunday.. Rev. A. Vinson held regular com- I
groups 'Sunday SchOOl, 1U'a. m. Morning *- ( meeting in City HaUlSII1da1rBibte children. Mrs RC Gray, and four munion service on Sunday. Sun- .I
famous painting. 11 We. bad aJetter from our old
Worship Evening
a. m.
rstudyyl0 .Lm..i .ntnrrmemsmtlwr School led
daughters.of Jacksonville visited day was by Deacon
Sunday messages by the Sponsor Worship J, 7:80-: p. m. Training ,worship, 11. a. nu I friend. R. O. [Bert Strong of friends here in Hampton on Toesdaylast Royal in absence of the regular
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MIdWeek Evening:'"Young( peopt '. Bible' Tampa a short time ago' .and
included an illustrated lessen ttJIPTONNew week supt. Deacon Hankerson, 11 a. m.
Prayer MeeUng, Wednesday atudyr7; preaching, 7:30.: 1 learned.he.is on.the sick list. We r
on the second coming of ,Christas hope,he is much-improved J Harold ,Ward wilJL.be:: guest sermon by Rev. McKinney, baptism
7:30 :mowjj
p.m.h a Wednesday Bible, study,, ,7:30: : at" was held at the lake on the
in fourth of speaker the evening .
told the chapter Wewere sorry to.learn last ji'MiW: .. aim 4I t:
First fihessalbnians..r :LHUiU.'H OP CHRIST p.m RAdte* 'PrOg oe.D1SWIorl; week thatTed Manning.,Clay,Hill at, Hampton.Baptist.Church,next place of Sister Frazier on highway _. He waited too Icsg _

< -.o. ..? C. L Overturf at Mlatoter, is.t able! to work due to a Back .............TyyyfM. Sunday, i July 13.Now visiting his 100. Three candidates were bap
Monday, 6:3pa. m.
; family near Waldo Mr. Ward has tized' by Rev. Vinson and Deacon to check
Sunday Sunday School, 16a. .. ailment..Hope;he is better at this ::lA.Watterson, up oa
'I been doing evangelistic work withthe. Shell, Beverly Leverson, Betty
m, morning service, 11 a. m.,' S'tVJ'm.'JI. DAY'; ,.. writing.. .,. New' rtampton. IVIayor School/ Colorado Jean Thomas and Sonja Williams. Ms property inicronci! f
evening service 6:30: p. m.: ApVENTlST CUtKCH, Miw Dorothy,Cut tain, out Com- 1 M: L; Watterseh' Wa* fiwctn to N1ia r-
the the
Springs During evening worship
Wednesday Bible study, 7:80 Service*, each Sabbath ttntitehome munity;.Nurse-.afid.,her .assist n'. as mayor of Hampton at the July in another Co o.. and,expects, return Church Covenant was read to the An under-lngured hone
Brown Caixdyn ,.Francis, ,Vlett1. bust aU meeting of Hampton Coun' week. be the of I1financial'embarrassment
p. nv t of S, N across from City YWA of Hampton Baptist candidates who were given com- can cause Inert
V Bethel Baptist Church east ,of day; Tuesday of .last week giving cit 'at" the. city hall en Tuesday' ) i
Church,,met.at ,the church ItfondaXjevenkg munion and fellowship into the .
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS.., Starke.;. Sabba\! School: 2 p. nt' preventive! inoculations at.Clay evehinf; July li; : July 7. The program :church..The. evening.m sag ,was .i. if fire or ether __.-
CHURCH Bible ''Study e'ach' Wednesday, Hillchurch house,After .they; had Appointed by acting magOf A; ..Be r .
f was presented by Alethia ,Wil- dejjvered by Rev; Vinson.Visitors Fik jijt Ybit.i3ertr }
rP Sunday;School. 10 a. m.: Monv .4'3Q: : p.( .- l1.yOte.. pa$W r finished.thtir work they ran:oVerto C: Den&isim, with the: apProval I JI .. included Mrs. Fannie Gibbs of jdsutance,ha kept
ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic see Mrs. Strickland, and found of the couhcfl: Mr: Waliersbh will' "- c: .v a '
with tlme!
Kate Miieheli and Nettie TaS11a: and Mrs.: Ida; Butler ofGAY'S pack they $ ,i
: services. 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH heir making green pear preserves.: serve his Mayor f St the remalhdef I
"l the additions and
Mitchell of Savannah Ga.., rer .=_ = :. imprpytmentl ;
is staple ., the ,e-- ---
Wednesday Prayer Meeting7:30p Sunday School, It a.m..mprn- Ili; .very but pears of the. unexpired .term* of .John. have Wade,&
homeSunday after a : t'4 you }!
ill m. ngf; worship, il a. in.; tfatnlnjunion. : are vjar good., Hew; goes! Parker, who resigned aS'mayor in i. p
month .spent, here, visiting .with jOdr..home' in ,thepat
Green.Pear Preserves
1 .. 7.. _p. ,m.; evening. worship. ', : May.; The term' of Office wifl.&- Mr.. and Mrs. W: M: Slade. Mr. year, Call an a. for a
CHURCH Boll four .pounds: of ,in ;
BAPTIST sugar fiscal
7 AIR PARK & p.. nvWednesday pire at the end of this year.
two quarts pt water.Jor 10 minutes and Mrs. F. D..Brown. ,and other. property insurance efceeW
Sunday School 0:45: a. m.; Morn- -Hour of Prayer ; September 30: I Home Appliances -"

lag Worship 11 a m. Trami&g 8- p.. 1114 ..' at moderate heat Add'twelve. FUrther discussion of', ftre pre- relatives. up-today. -
Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship pi : pounds of peeled cored and washed vehtieh for Hampton took up the1rema'mdet'of I Mrs ,Avery glade and children 1 tour Friendly ,

,'T:30: p. m. :Midweek Prayer ; n\\ EIV&4 pears to the syrup... cook untilthe..pears the m etlnt..Present spent Thursday last week with '

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST : are well; done and ofaniber for.the M iD Eetln1-teen A; C. Dennison her parent in iMaxville.HOMECOMING Norge Dealer E C M Agency

if Everyone welcome. 'Sunday! School l' $ a. ft. ..Worship. ,'Color, aboat) and and:one- chairman: W. fe Matw ll, i ,

I See, Via, | Hour, Its, m. Eventoj'Berrce -, half hours: Canat oftce.- If. you clerk; and'C o>&#ncl1i n"Ptan1Vil.- SET O NQtiQZ APPLIANCES

' *.. CHURCH OF JESUS CUBISTLATTFdt : t p. m, Prayer Meettag, earl do not like the.,pears aa sweet;as Uarhs TD; B. Hill and G..P. Wads- The"New'feiyer'6'aptist! 'church .Phone: 148 j+ ,
this makes use.$'or 3..1pounds 1v6rtti L S HA TAn WASHERS
DAY SAINTS Wednesday,7:3Q: pap.HYGIi1AND. will
Madison Street t N of sugar 4 and do. not Cook quite.as Personals have.omecoming. on Sunday 200 E...Call Street )
Services each Sunday in Old 1 I
long; If .you, wanl.Jthenr 5re..iri< ""Bobby: Park r":of HoMestead July 20. Dinner will be served o OOLBMAN HEATERS and

J Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Siin-: ; i ST''CHUE ,H. the candy stage cook longer and vfsitea'wilh'hls ftahffaTef;Jbhn I, ?on the grounds FLOOR FURNACES. Starke; &;.

BaplisfChurch'Presently ti day School 10 a. m. Sacram. School 6:45; e.. ,.M. add a small amount more sugar.Bpieed '- -... "-, .. .. .- ,, ; I' .. I
Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wtl- I Morning Sunday.Worship 11 a. n% and ; pears: ,are made the same ,. ,, ,..'.... ."..Y- .....'......J..YT... Y..Y We Service All Makes
( Meeting Washington coma 7:30 p.-m. 'Prayer. Meeting1' each way, just add .the spices. NEWS Qf 'INTEREST TO COLORED: Of. Appliances jf 'e1 "$: !U', ,

Wednesday, 1:30'p.., m. Rev.George Pickled Pears gartoid FIN" ,
'<. and Grand Streets) CATHOLIC CHURCH BRADFORD COUNTY Phone 10
St. Edward's Starke: SundayMass 'Chism pastor. Everybody Use about one half as, much CITIZENS OF Insurance Company

.. ) .. welcome.: sugar,;add one cup .of,Cider vinegar Starke Florida ... .. ,
10:00 'a.m. Masses -
: Holyday '
Sunday Schools 9:45 AM to;the water and cook, using A .. By Oxon J,, Shell tIttetalfed ,"" --.-*-.. I.. _., i >7 I -
6:30 and 8:30 aon. Sign of thd
-' 'iiiwAi CIIAPtft; the spice .s',in:spiced pears 'If
Cross;.Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism & i .& i&i&i&&l & .Ajj&j. l i i l. &
Morning Worship 11' AM ,ASSEMBLY OF COD you:are.looking,f or the pears' you, .
Class for children every Saturday G.- It/:OsbolU. Pastor will find, them; at Jim Strickland's; Offtteh friends. The nelyweds are .now r----------------------t ;

Training Union-6:45 PM 9:30: a. m. Sunday" uSchool 10 *fu m. lorning We use, the ..apple-peir.-:, suppose \ The American Legion Post 314 jUitiBg! parents and friends( in \ r ..

St. William's, Keystone orship, li a.m, EtangdU- this would all work:with shy bf Starke1: field fegular meeting I Starke. Th J'.W1lI.reside in Jersey
Evening,,)Vorship 8 PM eights: ,(follow Hiway 21 south'to tic..Service", ,7:45 p.' ttu Thursday kind of pear you, may..have. but on Sunday which' inchifled i tile to* Cit f
St. William sign,Sunday Mass invitation worksjbetter with.( .the.green, otiei officers 195859. Stkrte..VIsft4ts (
Prayer Meet. -Wed. 8 PM- .. weekly prayer service: j staHalion'of for W&kijii* I
1 I '
8:15; .BJQf Confessions! Hplyday Mass 7j3dain. = extended f to., everyone.BAPTIST rather than when they are:riper,' Ctiminarider Stafford'Sapp was hi ,Mrs. Marion 'Dell enjoyed: the
all Maul
_._.____ I before as the ripe: ones cook up too much; charge'of the ceremony which waS visit Of her sister Mrs. Fannie '

I LVER4RIt: ., green ones do not cook to pieces:: very i impressivfe with record bfealt- Gibbs. of Tampa. and her, niece, : 1 l.I., ; ii ( 1

., Cl1Vf4 U Susie and Yougan Padgett called his i attendadc 'for' the first meet Mrs. Loter Miles who is currently i" .". t '!> .. ., '.J

FIRST BAPTIST (lurch-Starke Sunday)' School 10 a. .n1.g'i1 Preach- en.us again la.Wweek. brought ing of this 'fiscal year iff. 'Clarence studying, at Ptorida.A&M University ... ....._ ..' ... -- '--?_

14 : a: m. 'Training UMon tf:30pYi.Preachlhg :: us gone nice cat fiSh. tougan ; Williams 'is the new member: iir. Tallahas e. Mrs. QibDs L ---' ----- -----" _......-._ 4 ,""'' i )

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor : 7:38mVPrayej: ; says he likes pear pie, and knows while.. ReV.: Ulysses Clark'and left Starke oA TUelflay. to.return "'

Meeting Wednesday 7:3d p. m. .- where! to get the"pies, Just go to Amos Wi1 a reinstated melt tt Tampa, reporting A delightful i
Jefferson and' Court Streets! In, the Heart of Town Jim'Strickland! and you will find niembersHips,:; Avery fine report vacation and .rest in .beautiful -- .

Phonest,0f!ic 34 Paslorlura 130, : CJLEJ' LAKE plenty! IWe like pear pie tool was made by Com&ande'r' Julius Starke. \ ,it /0, _
-r ;, tSUNDAY kiSstONABY BAPl'lST1' Jim Strickland was.out cutting} ftoydl 1- 6n'the barbecue' wnlch was Mr. and Mrs. Harrington t,

SERMONS-11-:00' A.M. -- 8:00-P.M ; to.BttAday School 9:45 aat MO |- props) to put.undet.his peach tress held on July 4th. ni i ii Hoped that Chandler have as house guest I ., _.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening which are about .to Break' from the interest and spirit of the their aunt, Mrs. Ida Butler from f ,- h' "

Sunday School] 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. Service 7:30: pja. Prayer Meeting then-1 load .of peaches. He-"found 'group will: remain a high as. it. West Palm Beach.. Mrs. L. M. x The most glamouroui...mot

each Wednesday 7:30 pan Every some buckle-berries that are .- was Sundae;, Royal and A.' Chandler joined Ji r H ,tuttttt...ao t ttooomicil; finl
Midweek Service .-. Wednesday 7:30: P.M. toe'! Welcemel:-Rev. H. H. Mottfaster. ," bout a* large as grapes:came 'in The Auxiliary" f v Post 314 min in West Palm Beach and motored : y

and,, told BeSs1 about the berries room 9 bf RJlS'wlth President to Starke for the holiday etep4. 4 'I k tee U.tL illulaioMd

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU and oTcoHrse( she Had:to"io'with L. M Royal in charge. A larg ( She is enrolled in the workshopfor the! wonderfully modem electric

AT'THE FRIENDLY CflUftCH IUtAUAM him Whelp) ;pick :tae berrieS; All,number attended. Mrs. Pauline the Slow Learner at FlSfifla! : ,

BAPTIST CHURCH ? of: the!: bushes we're very wet IM hIMAAht;, W: ehkirbiah J" made. Ncrmal & Industrial e' enorl KJ.Electricity Iriglteu

n. ,I. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morn was'bet lotog11 Hahr tu she had Just tvet; good ..repoi. ? as, well aq! College St. AugustigEt j l.Florida.p "' ( bom eel _.
1 ing: Worship, 11 a. m. Training washed, it!] They got: showeredeyfrf President 'oyal and "her seer Mr. and Mrs. Hayword: BIt> ts i your -lighteM -

The perfect, tribute to 1 Union, 9W: ) p, m. Evening Wor .time they" pUlled ttafl'buih- mitteepu. {efrrmentsaand l sale enjoyed the homecoming of theft your koae cO4-k.It Lelpe

ship, 7:30 p. nu- Rev. W. 0 to get: the-berries.Bessie got her whicll.in.in&eased thetreasjuy, .frpti son, Maxie Rogers who,is $tatiaaed ,( ,

a cherished memory. Collins: Sn, pastor. hair wound Up in the.Mrshes and little .over $iep !to.more""th'ai in the airforce base in Orlando. ':+r' i fat enjoy sew bobbies

Q MF all kinds.,of thorns, began t Q $ O.QQ: 7y'het group,began! 'die'nei! Rogers is a 1955 gradaute of RJE .5 -S < I new tbriU in borne

Every funeral1" that we* cbn-1 { T.TT7T\.YWWVWWVTYYVT] think she;Would bEaU: '.but! bald, term.yvith a v"baitg,",1&s.;ltnfh and has a very fine record in the I

duct is a sour e of sustaining headed "h n'she came back toihe Bdna Dell'is the only new memfeef USAAF. < ;. eoterto'iuDCBt,Dew lei ore
1 v KINGSLEY LAKE house.: but they got the berries \ Wives oi: Oc Tnew' post Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Singleton
solace and spiritual inspira' sp ;pr.( < foe btppter Florida Grin c.
and the red bugs too! s menibera are urged to Join.,,Mrs. Sr. enjoyed a visit recently; ,ol ,; f

lion to the family.. : BY Mre .Moore I She readin last week. Telegraph Ethel iJeane>te.lWmiams'Vi.ouriren their children Mr* and Mrs.. Cdapue tad yoaH tree
about Bam MdOarvey's r drugs Stephen Singleton Jr. children
: y one 'j pI PH! 'sick'member.:.. and4
Hundreds of
.details economically
are managed and X fcon/jr ttectrkilj gi H
&&&& &&&&&&&&&&&a&.A and Alice's remedy for them, \y e- are still prayhig for her Margaret, Claren aJjdHarold ,
) attended to thaf ly.a' trained J i and"careful' but dfres-not; wish1' to-,tty this covery. 'hi next:regular 'meeting ret| of Jensen Beach and 1 f M reed iuxvy
place you
A' ibrfly- took
organization can perform when the urgent need wedding uniting remedy; so" well-Just scratch:until will beat 24p1 m. Sunday August Stuart. While here they visited .

i for serving is at hand.DeWITT Friday evening' 7:30 Johns 10 weget! tired, and; then. stratify I! ', other relatives and friends in x i t' ( lor M Ktde eat.a .
Levi Boree and Kathy some more, but it there arc any. mW.m 4 Jacksonville, Hastings and Palat- \

C.. JONES, the holy bonds of matrimony. May more;berries to. pie* she flU; fft ;Clair: .till ka., and Paradise Park of Silver
: The ..regular.meeting; of
they always as happy as and pick her part of them, those Springs. They left the city recently / BIGGEST
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE were at the altar Carnation Bofcisl Saving Gl b,waS, B i ;
HttCkie-Befry:Tftfts are"sure gopd for home accompanied by two
PHONE; '* i Sunday School was again On or that 13 what we are.told?by held at, the, home ot Mrs,t Wil; grandchildren Miss Velma Note t Mt SABAIM

We furnish t&e bigheet''type I 'service at' lowest prices, and accept"" the: decline because so many of who eat.: We think! !Uamrin-Lmioln.Citi.: : Birthdajfpart Singleton of Philander Smith College ,. ,t ;
members hid to visit in Gee r- ?. f&.the- members born dur*. ; L \ 811YOUKBUBCETI
ANY:life insuranoepofey'ii, force,toned try ANT .ipayment' our more than, ray, for they, r4 Little Rock. Ark. and Louise ;F 4 k r ;
gia. Hope they went to Sund iy. =v* mg! the last quarter .was; ,held 0 "
In part or'>m full on funeral serviced OonaultaOoa Singleton of Stanton Junior High. R
*> '- ...": .-' Ji- School whilethere.. We were ha ?- : the tom very- useful, gifts wererre* 4
carrlbssno_ oAllg .tion. ; : ;: : = ; ; ; P'I' to have. a number of visitors 'The'Intermeoiate class Won ceived. All persons present report* Jacksonville. All reported a very iJn
banner agateSunda>. 4"W* are delightful visit in Starke.
wiChus and.hope they will come eft;avEry denehtul affair. ChrisUmas. MX,
\ ,., ; proud of these"young"f6&*. 'L'heqdal It's A Girl!
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'vt f "J' t" again." .. ,. attend and .is .coming sooni; sacrifice c
suadaygehborweI1 Mr. and Mrs. Mose Covington
'Mrl'ancLMrs.: : Q. P. Simeir Sr.visited'Mr' savetodiyi Mrs Conan McNeil, Ju* For hutance
to be"fafe rested"in' st&ying.G6a's Ji r
J.ET.US FIGURE ON NEXT seem recently became the proud
YOUR :0" par-
Slem 1r's'brother inrlahfltfbyertne prlsldeht B. B Cohen,, reporter.UId'T. .
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t- 4 ; iiWolff' Ken eSectrie!
word WfJ had heron
1 ; ents of a girl born at Bradford .- lefrigerttof
POuilh. cburrfeoT 61 Sunday Bho 'r Bwt'1 County Hospital. At birth she ., a 4 t N 'A eve jam the most euefullj
B\JIUiINt: Sow ; Mr:""'afid: :Gred# Bishop- *. 1 cmuli*'W Jr..dhfi of StafKe'l e .+ ., lJ '
.Mrs. 'we nad June'29. We tie ie1' i thm weighed 6 lbs. 12 oz. She was f Controlled cold rosa, larger
i ted'in Daytona Beach over the late oldest WeheKtfs: wai- funeralized
Of las Who gtt'm-a'utllfc w named Vivian Elaine. Accordingto -g rf fader ipac, UM grecteet ecooomj
I holiday1. !we k nd.. line been Wanted we4 would ; on Saturday at T p:: fiL if New, reports mother and daughterare ''--. (Cutest WftveoieBGc ever!

I Mr. and Mrs.'David Cottle were nadmof present.: Some of s 'are" H'ope Baiitiit Chufcfi.' Aev L. W; home, doing fine Covingtonis .J s Y u \ See jour dealer tad

Fort. weekend visitors at Woodbine, da uiiatte ti> get ( > chiuttfatH Suji* Mbslay' i Officiating; The message passing out cigarettes instead of 1rwBenerAoariulr!
I Miss Carolyn and Sylvia North
'J. Free were also visiting in Woodbine abd'j ta>&,1. ana it seems that: ifa-ffiT-Malnt f.to 'ttl'mtmbers ot Summer Program ,. I

..... Q over the weekend. '* tfle-oberwbd come tb'!& l us''are this bereaved family whidT! hfGiTef The summer program will begin 1
Estimates 11 F 1 back call tf lfp6n- &: Bo< 'after: 'ma nJ. c16d!W fisteft; one: bzdthef, the fifth week on Monday with
Some of our children were two aunts and H'hflit of niecei'
'ftt1 had W aJale" more trips three additional weeks left. The
ffH *
+ at.:church with us Sunday nvtlndMg nephew aM tousins EagBes
Ktimetn andDonald s 6d d. han ttsu 1. and: didn't ; new schedule has relieved the
Phone493J Mott Ina ." Chestnut in of funeral
; fchow tt water tile'i last iirl hte. //so was crowded bus travel and supervision -
.... ". ., we faa&f ,16 be-od Mm, BO' were arr&gementSr inlermehlS was at of swimming at the' lake. The
Tn&Colemkn Clan reunion held the IM ploV to Pleasant Grove I
not cbtmtedj Hope: we can do dance for the "Teens" scheduled
each year on the Sunday folio -. tin m e famre.Vatattoa T. Cemetery. i rL I for each Monday. 5 to 7, has not
} RESIDENTIAI; COMMERCIAL M:J'Uif Pb ft th.WM well;attended Bible BcfiofiMs'' \Ms "Mpouncemeot- i been largely attended. Perhapsthis
r- with a cAIt 'lot.persons, erijoyihg fd-iif 'ChandleVof '
Aliociational trk CMori
week at Highland $ is supper time for you. All

..- REPAIRSJJ the\ fcat.oat'stri\ 1bNi Landing. Quarterly meeting Friday at Highland -. 'Jjj coln-61fy 'innounee tlibmarriage teen agers are asked to suggest a
C. J t M* tfiltf aasocUtkn&l meeting : and"of cSUrse f dinner served oL tijeir.'ViaugHteiC: Rot .time that will be suitable for their
was held at Brooker Tuesday. July efie,;: fa.lt h :fit: l i tcld bb 'attendance tflilt
at tht"thLUth: and.vnt P t!; ; at taltaff'I COMPANY
Il .
) : II t" : I,
;; ; mOD (teuction 8. picfcsom more huckleberriesv: ; Jun8'rlkhe"'tnatiiage' ;; was sold principal Thompikms' wifl rearrange
y ..t] ..., .'PoIt Stem returned}to Camp. rat;bUgsI! aiKttakra-huckkbeny nifia id. Jersey"City; ft,:J. With the schedule' MtSrrtnan'W1 t
F e r-
Is. Jeune,,N.,C.OQ'iueSdar. tart to. emaehj. witltr*he; oUier members cl-the.family Ind. class ,pupils recommended, fOE the 1 C 1 ti

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_ lttmyyAlnemmmv ed Miss Barbara' Jean Norman at I a weeks visit 'with her sister and I in 47 with a height of 126'. age YTTYYTYTYYYYTTYYYTf. .yi dress with white accessories. The/J. B. Russ in Manatee and the .
the piano.,Special singing by our husband Mr. and Mrs. Warren V. 3000 to 3500 years old. Its' dia' bride's mother wore a. grey out- Kenneth Russ family in Mel- :

IIEILBRONNBy own duet. Miss Linda Gaskins Pope of Albany. Ga. is 17 1-2' with approximatemeter BROOKERBy fit. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp and bourne while on vacation. Enroute RID YOUR; HOME

and Miss Barbara Jean Norman Miss Delvene Morgan of Jack- ly 50.000 board feet. This tree Is daughter of Jacksonville attendedthe home they visited Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Ilarvey McCarthy and our own soloist, Miss Joyce sonville spent the weekend with located between Orlando and wedding also. Cecil Jones of Elwood.Mr. OF 'PESTS
Morgan. Also'two nights during her aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. Sanford Florida, admission free. The bride and groom will residein and Mrs. Morston Jordan, .
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&AA&A. the Revival will have the New
we R. L. Morgan and .family. Mr. and Mrs. R., W.. Bond's Jacksonville. Mrs. Vida Harvey and Mrs. Sarah For .
Howdy Neighbors have you River Quartette. Special singers Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hilliard's I.daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. i D. of Mr. and Mrs: Rurel Dukes and Pitt and children of Jacksonville. 4.00
been coming to our Revival? If. always welcome. Third our pastor. son and wife Mr. and Mrs..Man- Vernon McEwen have returned to Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith daughter, Diann of Lake Butler Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop and son of
Auburndale and Mr. and Mrs.
you haven't been, don't fail to attend Rev. Walter Lee'will recognizeour iaul Hilliard of Jacksonville enjoyed their home in Sylacauga Ala. and Mr, and Mrs. Von and babyof Mobile, Ala. were the guests of VERY EFFECTIVE
these last nights. Let me tell visitors and introduce our a week's visit with them. after an enjoyable week spent Talmadge Polk of Trenton visited Jacksonville visited the T. W. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey ,theFourth
you what awaits you each night. Evangelist Rev. Carter who you Their other son and wife Mr. and with their parents and friends'of :I the Edd S. Polks Tuesday- after- Markeys Saturday night. Diann and they all enjoyed a Use of Spraying Machineand

First there is prayer in the Prayer will love as we do. At the close Mrs. Tommy Hilliard and Mr. and the community. noon.Mr.. andboys attended church \\jth Linda Green picnic lunch at Lakeside Park in Solution Included in

Room at 7:45: p. m., Second. and the highlight of his message, Mrs. Irvin Coleman all of Jack- Don't have 'an official farm and Mrs. Edd S. Polk Sunday morning.Mrs. Lake Butler. Coitt.Starke .
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
.. Congregational Singing startingat Rev. ,Carter reverently and beau- sonville were weekend guests. Pat and Tony Castleen of Au-
bulletin for you this week due to Eva Harrell visited her
Tetstone and family in Gainesville
to the in-
tifully sings the verses Mrs. Ancel Norma
7:30 p. m., with Russell Red- the reports her George Huggins' vacation but Thursday. daughter and her family last yeekin burndale spent three weeks with Builders
vitational Hymn and congre- brother-in-law LeRoy Norman returned the C. L. Akinsons. Over the 4th
ding Chorister, assisted by Mrs. hope to have for Palatka.Mrs. .
chorus. one you next Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk and
him in the
gation joins home
Tuesday,of last week of July holidays the Atkinsons Inc.ALVAREZ'
R. L. Morgan. Jimime Lee and Mrs; Henry Thornton and chil- from the Bradford week. boys visited Mr. and Mrs. MarvinE. Bedia Condley of Tallahassee Supplies, .
County Hos- took the boys home and Mike Cash -
Ernest Harris and the very talent- dren returned home Friday after pital and is improving nicely. bye May now God Bless each of you.. .. Stokes in Edgar through the spent the weekend wit tleen returnedhome with them. ra
Fourth. Mrs. Mattie Sowell.
Those on the sick'list are Mrs.
Wilmont Brown's mother of St. Mrs. Faye' Johnson and Irish Mr.. and Mrs. Howard Douglasand 1 .- rrsa
Petersburg and J. E. McCormickof Lee of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie children had Sunday lunch- Established' 1894 ijf

the State Farm. Let us remem- rRNORTH Fowler and baby of Tampa Mrs. eon with the C.' J. Stricklands of STORE Metfi Clothing I
SUPER GOOD ber to pray for these two and SIDEBy Jessie Fowler of Live Oak andMrs. LaCrosse.Mr. .

their fine families. .. Lizzie' Osteen of Newberry .' and Mrs. Charles Perry
visited the Edd S. Polks Saturday.
Mrs. Can I
Wednesday of last-week was a spent the,weekend with the M. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk and New Low Prices!
busy one for Heilbronn Church Harrells.Mr. .
H'$ Wholesome, nutritious refreshment members they had boys visited Mrs. Faye Johnson 'Ed
as clean-up and and Mrs. Edwards of Et&P
mop anytime you want a treat that's day at the Church. But all good We had some wonderful preach- night.family Waldo Saturday High Springs visited the M._ O. ; 750-14 11.45
good to eat. Enjoy it often. Super things are rewarded as these ing by our pastor Rev. Gerald Harrells Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Talmadge Polk, and Allen
FOOD Sue is super good-it's superior. faithful ones will verify as they Suggs director and good Harold singing Alvarez by and our and Donald Polk of Trenton were Verlia Johns spent'the weekendin -_ i 670-15 9.95
enjoyed the delicious song
supper prepared the dinner guests of the Edd .S. LaCrosse::
1 for them that night, the choir Sunday. Bro Suggs also PoIks Sunday. 1 Viola Griffis is visitingMrs. 710-15 11.45
6'. .' : : Mr. and 'Mrs. Grady Varnes of sang a solo_ We are happy that Jewell Eddie of Waldo for a
Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and
; the attendance was last Sun- 760-15 12.45
Jacksonville -
f''f' ., were Sunday guests family of Gainesville visited the few days. :
of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee. day.Hope Edd S. Polks Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and Plus Tax and Reca able Tire
Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman's everyone enjoyed the Mr. and Mrs Melvin Spooner daughters spent Sunday at Salt
\ us daughter Mrs. Darrell Edwardsand Fourth of July In spite of the Springs.
and children ,of Pompano visited GUARANTEED FULL CAPS -
idJI/It SUPER SUj baby of Washington, D. C. downpour.Mrs. her mother Mrs. H. P. Gainey a Joan Campanella of Graham

} 't'T' arrived home Tuesday.Mrs. J. B. White and son returned few days last week; while enrouteto visited Jean Endicott Friday night.
: Ri.1P : Lois Henson of Jacksonville from a visit to Missouri Kentucky for a while. Rev James Temples took a
t. :' ,'C (. i1 t spent the Fourth of July with and Kansas. Mrs. Richard Melton of Gainesville group of children to Goldhead
..' ." her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hall of ,, Mrs. Mike Collins, Imogeneand Branch for an outing of hiking Phone 556 135 N. Temple Ave.

'\r4_ -. I Johns. Port Chester N. Y. were Saturday Nancy Collins of Fairbanks swimming and picnicing. -
\t-": '" Miss Marilyn Cox and friends guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley visited Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell en-

enjoyed a day of sight-seeing and other'relatives here Sunday.Mr. tertained on the 'Fourth with a
All Popular Flavor/ Cones,Cup, Pints,Family /i-Collont! swimming:at St. Augustine the Rev; and Mrs. Milton Dukes of and Mrs. Odell Waters' and barbecued chicken 'supper. Those '
Fourth of July. Charleston, S. C. were Sunday dinner daughters, and Mrs. Bessie Hand- attending'were Mr. and Mrs. C. Pay.By ChecklFor'c..fo'tr

Mrs. Delories Carmichael and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reese cock of Dundee, and Mrs. Moorof C. Vansickle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry

daughter Sandra of Jacksonvillevisited Scott. Lake Butler visited the G. W. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Mack ..
Sunday with her parents' Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp visited Davis family also Ardell Watersof Furlong and son of Gainesville : """' '''

HEARING PROBLEM ? Mr. and Mrs., J. M. Rosier and I Mrs. Lacy Norman of Highland, Dundee visited here. Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Oggen of

Mr. and" Mrs. Bill Reddish and who is sick. We wish her a speedy Les Hardee Jr. of Paris Island, Pompano, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. [;

family. recovery.' Mr. and Mrs. Les Hardee Sr., and Hazen of Starke the J. T. Sowells 'fffdency
FIND OUT WHY. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Norman Mr. and Mrs.- Clarence Amy Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and family and Mrs. R. T. MacDavid.Mr. .

and family of Jacksonville spent and children of Jacksonville visit son, Craig of Jacksonville were and Mrs. Allen Lewis .
ttie Fourth of July weekend with ed the S. C. Harleys Friday the, weekend guests of the Bill and Frank Parker of Gainesvilleand '
FREE BOOK Mr. Norman's parents Mr. and A. W. Brown who is on vaca- Bigham family. Mary Bigham returned Jean Endicott were at Lake \ i

TELLS ALL Mrs. Frank Norman, tion this week joined his wife home with them and will Butler Sunday afternoon. I ceuracyconomy

ti ltyE, A Gq. Mrs. Henry Thornton and baby !in St. Petersburg, Sunday. Mrs. join her aunt at Mitchell Lake Mrs. Amanda Lewis ,visited Mr. 1 Jii
it tN visited in Palatka Monday night. Brown is spending some, time with for a week. and Mrs. R. W. Dukes of Lake >.1'.7.i' 'f. .,. .':..(<'I\. ....

Are you worried about your .. ..; The Kingsley Lake home of Mr. her mother Mrs. Cribbs who is Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes, Butler Sunday. '..'.. .. ,
bearing or know someone and Mrs. Bill Reddish was the seriously ill. Donald Stokes, Harvey Fipps of Mrs. J. T. Sowells and children,, r. '

who is? Sonotone has printed beautiful setting for areunionof Mr.. and Mrs. Roger Whitaker Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Glenda Parker, and Mrs. Henry \ :;; / : '

the book everyone has been the 1953 BHS Class last Frida y. and, children of Kentucky spent Stokes and children of Dundee, Coleman of Gainesville spent the Vi\ aey
waiting for- all the FACTS The 66 guests were welcomed by several days last week with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and Fourth at Strickland's. ... '"? <1 i .z..

about hearing. It is yours aid or not It II a aunlt ol the host, Keith Reddish. Of this Eva whitaker and' children. children of Starke, and the Marvin Oggen Jr. spent the .ii,: -" i.

tree. Just ask for your copy hope for everyone number there were 36 members Mr. and .Mrs, G. L. Sapp and Rudolph Stokes family of Alachua weekend with the J. E. Sowells. ..... .- :.. '
of LIVE AGAIN. the 1953 class. Each class memberwas grandson, Lynn visited Mr. and visited the H. E. Stokes family Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott and \ ,", .

LIVE AGAIN is easy to Here is the tcvfe.about called upon to tell of his or Mrs. Fred Moore and Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and "Mrs. J. R. Mott and child

read,with many illustrations.heartng aids red 'LIVE her life in the last 5 years. 'An official Arthur Pearcevof. Lawtey Sunday. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes an dren spent the Fourth in Lake t=:

It answers all your questions AGAIN: and make up you initiation was given each Happy to have Mrs. JohnnyBennett Mrs. Mattie Sowells attended City.Helen .

how health affects hearing, own mind. member also. Refreshments of and new daughter back church services at Macclenny Kelley, Beverly, Mars ., :.....0.
how we hear, what happens Get the facts straight Send sandwiches and soft drinks were in services with, us Sunday. Sunday. Ellen and Joan Green were swim -
to our hearing, how to decide served in buffet style. Those at Those on our sick list who re Mrs. Dave Gloover of Jackson ming at Lake Butler Sunday after

whether you need a hearing for your free copy-today 1 tending enjoyed swimming, boating quest your prayers are: Mr. Mc- ville is visiting the G. W. Davis noon. Enjoy the EASE of a 'Checking'Account* A

skiing, dancing and seeing Daniel Mrs. Cowart, Mr. and Mrs. family for a few days. Mr.and Mrs. Earl Gordon and .
each other again because many Carter and son, Leaman Normans Norma Jean Taylor of Santa children of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. at this convenient bank.:. Open-. yours

SONOTONE present traveled from other states Miami, and Mrs. Ivry Thomp Fe, Rev. and Mrs. Don Mizelle and Garry Lee Jones and baby of today.

for this lovely occasion. Hosteses son. children. Dona and Joe Mr. and Gainesville 'visited' Mr. and Mrs.R. .
were Mrs. Vel Marie Edwards.Mrs. ", Sally Lawson spent Saturdaywith Mrs. Warren Mizelle Sr. J. Jones the Fourth.
319 S. W..12th St., Gainesville Flan Eloise Dodd, Mrs. Betty Carolyn Brown.Announcements Margie Laseola, Jerry, Elaine, ,Mrs.and: Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Jones and

rfrrrrrwwrwrr r Philips and Mrs. Denton Futch. of the week are: Ellen Laseola Jerry and Jackie baby of Gainesville and Mrs. R, FLORIDA Bank

MAKE i UP SONOT NE-The Horse of Hearing Mrs, R. W. Markham visited Wednesday, prayer meeting 8 p. Suggs, and Winston Kelley visitedthe J. Jones and Hazel Jones visited One of 28 Banks in'Em at Stark
relatives in Winter Garden and m.; Friday, July 11, Associational 1 Warren Mizelle Jr. family Orrie Guarino in Jacksonville the Florida National
YCUI MIND Please send me your booklet,"LIVE J.GAIK..' I IIT Orlando. During her visit she Quarterly Meeting at 9:30: a. m.: vacationing at Salt. Springs the:. Sunday and Hazel remained for Group
lOlL' viewed a tree that she wants to Sunday School 10 a. m., MorningWorship Fourth. a few weeks visit.

CO'T1IUE.Na.a share with our readers.. It's Flor 11 a. m., Evening Wor Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Slade and I, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Russ visited Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

fACTS Address Apt._ ida's biggest tree and the largest, ship, '8 p. m.; Thursday July 17, children of Miami visited the Warren the Buddy Russ family in
cypress in U. S. A. It was dedicated Associational Sunday School Mizelles Sunday night. Apopka, Mr.' and Mrs. Casey Atkinson -

nEE city {fat.-. in 1929 by former President meeting. 7:30 at Hickory Grove. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and I in Orlando, Mr. and Mrs,,
I J Calvin Coolidge. It's circumferenceWORLD'S Let us all plan to attend each children of Columbus, Ga. visited
one of these services. The church his parents the
Evan Hodges over
with the friendly welcome. Gerald the weekend. E. W. is
employedas FORD defers tbe most. .
Suggs, pastor.
a salesman by Tung Oil Pro- ..
ducts of Gainesville. .
..... .
: p R ?f Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,
,:! ,1" .. Jeff Sff9f&
through the week were

: ..'.:, ,.: ,' ..' "", RISING i I Mr.Mrs.and Cora,Mrs.Stokes Alvin and Davis daughters and, ;i Sft onjy an-rtew V.S PJ:. jj36: Y Thtmderfaird-iasgSgd

.- By Sin. .Gordon Jones son, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Davis and ,\'$_
children: and Ralph Davis of '- ..;fdt chssscs t prayed around the -'I

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAiVisiting Gainesville. Sunday luncheon a ;
f LOWEST PRICE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hass guests were the W. A. Davises of SI w fcferi
: Gainesville.Mr. .Ford deSras the' most per era-ear
and last '
family week were Mrs: __
Hass' parents.. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sam Smith returned home ,
Joiner of Winter Garden. from the hospital In Gainesville

Last week visitors of Mr. and today. He received a knee injury
Mrs.. E.'C. Lewis were Mr. and from a fall last week.
r w Mrs. J. V. Moore and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..A. I. Mann visited and delivers 0right.L I .
Jonathan .'
Duke of the
Betty and 'grandson of Fort My- Fort Call : .
:: J section and also visited In Gainesville ,
ers: Mrs. Ophelia Moore and son ;

: :.:.. : FINE QUALITY ADDING MACHINE Buford and Mrs. N. 'C. Mott of x-.
: ; ;
Brooker; and Mrs. Paul Faulk-' Marriage AnnouncementMr. OAS of new SS's report far greater satisfaction, far t less bodyteaaacewBh --
ner and children of Starke. and Mrs. A. I. Mann an- _.' ...
: .:: theM1TH'CORONAs nounce the marriage of their "
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
I" and Mr.and Mrs. Thurman Jones daughter Ethel Mann to Jack new Fords than either of Ford's two competitors! .
'. Maxwell of North Carolina. The .
and sons Eugene and Julius of r ,r -
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. wedding was'a July 2nd event at J Jt
Herbert Norman and children of Folkston Ga. \
.. 6 M' 0 Lady Lake Sunday. Herbert Nor- The bride wore a light blue

.' r man is on the sick list. We hope
i \ he is soon well again. PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO

r Mr.: and Mrs. Thurman Jones BRADFORD COUNTY f
_, ,
.. ri 9 8 and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Bill HOSPITAL

t.. Lovell of Starke enjoyed the The following patients were ad-

Fourth of July at St. Augustine mitted to Bradford County Hospital :At,
.. ,
during the last week
4 s : Joyce
; ,,-" t's .a ; Mr. and'Mrs. Gordon Jones and L. Testone. Carl Lewis Guthrie

.". ...',, 'ta.n. '.-" .. daughter; Carolyn enjoyed the of Hawthorne. Ruth Virginia De-
Fourth at
Keystone Beach.
Sha of Waldo Linnie M. Brownof
: t'1/.' ; =: ') Visiting Mr and Mrs. Lois New Hampton Wiley Morgan Bradley /i1/11/.i{ 1111 i 11 111.i1i1111 i i i 1111 { 111. 'i 1111111.1/i1{ '

: : : mans and family Sunday were of Hampton. Eustace Lee Kel-
; : Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Newmansand ly of Brooker Evans' A. Thorn- *
'" f4 !* J *! S
.: .) son of Gainesville. ton. Edwin Charles Norton of lti li M 4t5*!

.' I 1"J:" CHURCH NEWS Lawtey. Doyle Kenneth Kelly, _
( ; : Sunday School 10 a. m., Morn Mary A. Tanner of Macon Ga.
.. WT
""; ii.;..J" :' : : .,., ing Worship.- 11 a. m. Training Thomas M. Conners of ,Raiford, 1

Union. 7 p. m.; and mid-week Buford Ernest McKinney, Gloria .

.... '-, ', '11 prayer meeting on Wednesday. C.vRedfearn of Keystone Heights, V. :
,, 1. Vacation Bible School "' I .
begins -
\ 7 Florence R. Crosby Goldie Lenora ,
: J.
.', : .
1. !, :.:.: I. Fr' "...'-.,.,,.:.J.j,, Ir July U. with enrollment set for Logan Mary Mildred French of P;' 40 .
. "
)' Saturday evening, July 12. Everyone
it, ,7 Johnson Theorail Rollie Pace. of I .

r't.'t.'m* _+ machine f fcaliircs: Tor tax and budget worlc: : ;.. !. :. is Invited to attend. Raiford, Beverly A. Maddox of GET THE CAR THAT COSTS THE LEAST*

.- I 'it home perfect for figure : :, ; : .-. \ Glen St. Mary, and Edith Gertrude
Eunice of
"'C" I. 'i. f" \ Lawtey. FROM THE MAN
t I 89 9S work of kind. :., :.: AT EVERGREEN '
t, :. hear.
.. : .every were
: 'Colored.admissions :
i\ 'II 'I .....' ., r Or' 'ewl M........- WIJhC>rlllllUllW" p's I
'. ;: ,- :-; Plus TaxBRADFORD ;"''i.f The Evergreen Baptist Church Clara Mae.Covington Edmpn
.. Johnson of'Lawtey. and Abie C
'' will hold revival starting Sun

.\'.1'\.. .,.' & day evening July 13. 'through Williams. TERWILLEGA MOTORS
July 26. Rev. Floyd' Gray'of CEMETERY WORKING
Crawfordvine win be the evangel I

.7. _COUNTY TELEGRAPH r ist. 'Special singing;'by the New The New River Baptist Church

River Quartet. Services will beginat willhave a cemetery working all 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 118

7:30: each evening. Everyone day Thursday 'July 17. Everyonebring If You're Interested in an.A-1 USED CAR Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer

I is invited to attend tools and dinner.. ,



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