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 17, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01507
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,. 5s Sees' Labor Need* k y a p. Budget to $60,000The

r I II j f I James Wadsworth office and contracts engineer'with Board of County Commissioners, at a special budget

s $ Tallahassee headquarters of the State Road Department, session Monday morning, approved a tentative budget for

k- hold The Telegraph yesterday that another ten days will the next year beginning October 1.

I. likely pass before a work order issued on the millfo'n'-dol-: After much discussion and various cuts, the Board finally

,lIar U. S. Highway 301 four_ -laning project in Bradford C 'nrl- worked out a budget that would require the addition of only

I Cong. Matthews And Page PattenGeorge I''ty. I Wadsworth .said. that although 1 and a half mills, which represents last 'year:' reduction

an oraer 01 taking nas peen signea simply added on again this year. ,
Patten, son of Judge!I''preciaticn for the fine services received the r rI ,
by the cpurt and by' I This increased miuage will
and Mrs. G. L. Patten of Starke, I pel formed by George in Washing- Morgan Asks SRD the right-of-way must now bring in $10,028.80 to, help over-
fiom end said that the Starke Reddish Offers
recently returned WMhing-1)I ten be certified and processed through, ccme the $44.264.16 shortage
ton. D. C.. where he served 'as ycuth had been one of the most
I the Bureau of Public Roads since caused by a deficit In the fine'and
page to the ,U S. Congress on appointment !I outstanding Pages,he had observ- For Sewer Line Federal funds are being used on q forfeiture fund of $27.500.00' and

of Congressman D. R. ., ed. I i the project. After that the contractor ExplanationOf the sheriff's indebtedness of $16.-

I Billy] Matthews during May and I).I "George was noted for his diligence must post bond, and a few 764.16-
June. They are pictured above on friendliness, and the good other details !I The additional deficit of 34-
To School SiteH. be taken care of before $
the steps of the Capitol. i I'work that he did, and we have
I the contract is actually released Higher CostsJuly 237.35 will be taken care of by a
During his Washington stay enjoyed very much having him Wadsworth said. He estimated $16,054.26 reduction In both the

George served on the staff of the with us up here," Matthews said. .,P. Morgan Superintendent of this would require about general and'the road and bridge)

newspaper published by Pages, George had the hcnor of being Bradford County Schools, appeared ten days.A Pranksters Plant :Tomb Stone 16. 1958 funds and ,increased revenues and
the baseball team and, '
played on the first Page from Bradford before City Council Tuesday check in the amount of $231- V Mr Gene Matthews, editor receipts,in those' two funds.
during his second month, was promoted 1 County to serve since the 8th night and requested sewage facilities 136.00 was received Monday morn- Bradford County Telegraph The board reduced each fund

to the posticn of Assistant !, Congressional District was createdin to a proposed school site on tag in the office of Clerk of the At Gold Head Branch ParkRobert Starke Florida considerably' and the only raise

Overseer of Pages. Congressman 1952. A Senior next term at Jackson and Ensey property. on Circuit! Court Chas. A. Darby.and Dear Sir: was'the'$1.334.57' additional to the

Matthews said this was an unusual -!(i BHS, he has served as vice president Colley road. was placed in the registry of the ,Baylor, superintendent of Gold Head Branch State Park. Due to the recent controversy Health Clinic due to a 5 per cent

honor for young man Wash serving I in the Beta Club, honor society The council, agreed to furnish court. This represented twice the hasn't gone into the tombstone business, but he thought someone concerning the budget of my office cut in state aid.

such a short time in president of the Hi-Y and sewage if the School Board would amount of the appraised value of might" like to know the whereabouts of the one pictured above. This I would appreciate the grant- It 'was explained that the $27-
ington. I pay 50 per cent of the material the condemned right of way and ing of space in your paper for 500.00 short ge'.ln. the fine and
heavy cement marker was left by pranksters, with
The Congressman expressed ap- played varsity baseball. a perverted sense ,
cost to run a, line to the site. The will be held pending outcome of publishing this report to the people 'orefeiture fund was due to the
of) humor m the parking lot at the old'mill site"in the
last Sunday
park '
board was to take. this under consideration the condemnation suits to be tried of Bradford County to attempt 70000.00 anticipated last year.
Prison Payroll Shows Increase and advise the councilas next fall. This money is an advance afternoon The unknown perpetrators of the gruesome Joke even clearing up a few misconceptions A total of $42,500.00 is anticipated

i ; to their decision in the near from the State Road De- went to. the trouble shaping up a simulated grave in the parking about the operation'' of the sher- this year.

future.It partment and must be repaid lot at which to place the stone. The indistinct lettering on the slab iff's office. Sheriff P J D. Reddish complied

i Site Cleared For New Buildings was !brought out during the from secondary road funds received badly worn and discolored by the ravages of time readsFRANK, First I would like it understood -I with the Board's request and reduced -
discussion that bids for the school, in the future by Bradford under his budget by $7,000.00to
} l\IOELLER."Born'Oet.lI., 1898 Died Dec '19, 1904. Mr. Baylor said that the new salary, over
.... which will contain j 6. classrooms, County. I only 6000000. This was accepted -
he would leave the stone at the park gate where it may be claimed system, am responsible much
The new state prison additionin a cafeteria and a. principal's. S. M. Wall of Gainesville con- the more than was the case when the In spite of protests by local -
Bradford County is closer toj( Three Sentenced fice are expected :to be let the tractor who will do the 301 work by rightful'ownerS. fee system, was in force.. This additional attorney' Hollis Knight who

becoming a reality Bids are.to. In Circuit Court first of November. Morgan expressed told The Telegraph Wednesdaythat load has caused a tirl>ld- appealed to the Board to "not

be l let In October with ccnstruct- be the desire that the build- he was "sitting here wait- (City Election And Party Primary cial crisis in my office' that; has approve the Sheriffs budget if

'ion expected to begin about the I Elmo Hampton was sentenced ing 1959. completed by September, ing" on the work order to start caused me, the Board of County the office does'not pay for Itself

first of next year. I to 2 years in prison last Thursday the project rolling. He said he Commissioners,and<1 The good peo- Mr. Knight further stated that
resolution the need
The land has been cleared at morning by Circuit Judge I of a housing authority declaring in Starke was anxious to start and get as 1 Fall On Same Date For First TimeThis ple of this county considerable the sheriff. should receive ?"not
the site just east of the new G. 'L. Patten for possession of a was presented and passed by the much done as possible before the concern and worry. one cent more that he brings In.

maximum security building. I. moonshine still. councilmen provided City Attor- fall rainy season sets in. May I point out three ((31) ma- Included In the tentative, budgetis
; Wall said he would need "con- jor items now controlled by $3600 for the Chamber of Commerce
There are now 107 employee The reason for the penalty was ney Arch Thomas Jr.; studies it year for the first time, my
houses on the farm including 20 attributed to the fact that Hamp- carefully and it. The siderable help" and estimated that Starke voters will go, to the pollson fied for re-election and have not office under my budget, that up $4200 for-recreation, $2780'
approves he might employ around 100 local drawn opposition to date Incum until now were operated by the for" the county Free' Library all
new ones'"to help take care of the ton was caught at a still while'presentence a declaration simply'states a need : the same day to cast theirballots
295. employees, an increase of 81 investigation was for the authority, and if accepted, workers if they, could be found. : In the City,Election and the bent H. A. Lawson 'mist.I 51 has county? slight increases .over'last year,
He said he would need a concrete not yet announced re-election. One big item is the but considered necessary by the
,, employees since this time last, being conducted for an earlier does not obligate the city in anyway 1st Democratic Primary. Both operationand
year. 'About 10 to 20 additional similar charge. It 'merely.'p ves the way crew grading crew, pipe crew events will, be held, on Tuesday;, In City races' incumbents Ran- maintenance of the County commissioners.-
employees are anticipated before Parnell Jr was" curb and gutter crew, and clearingcrew Septa 9. 'dal Chitty [Group 21 and T, C. Jail The heating. gas. laundry ,Reductions were' realized from
Robert /Tyson for housing, 'aid if it is needed ;in .
-. ..* .* 'Hazen Jr. [Group 31 -have both Insecticide detergent,, utility. and chopping,hundred .doHan here
next year. given 3 years probation for pos- the future.. .. ""- \ So far officials are reluctant !
The payroll at ,the prison Is session of a still Bradford, County Sheriff P. D. The contractor said that due to to forecast1whether this "conmct" qualified for reelection 'Orie 'A equipment bills are all'paid by the and & 'ih&tsand there City and

now $70,000, annually compared I Billy Griffis, charged with Reddish experiencing budget the proximity of his headquarters of dates is good ,or bad. It Wiggins has qualified as a candi: sheriff's office, but were pre- county mosquito' control was reduced -
in Gainesville he would not have date in Group 1, the post'cur- visously taken of the by over lie. OO and the
to $52,000 last year breaking and entering while on trouble, requested city help. in might result In a heavier vote for : care by '
Employee replacements during probation, was handed 3 years maintining the city-county radio an office in Starke and would the off-year' Democralic' Primary, rently held by W. H. Billy[ Noe- county. purchase of 'new county equipment -
commute to the daily. He said : gel., who- has not yet announced. Another .was reduced .by,nearly'$14.-
job big financial drain
the last 12 months were prompted probation, to run concurrentlywith system.: He pointed out that hiS since voters will turn but anyway '
by '64 resignations 4 deaths. the 3 years left from his budget has "been cut several that his job superintendent is Leo f or.the City"balloting.Or;' it might Ben Holtzendcrf Sr. and comes from the maintance of the ooo.

and 6 retirements. last 4 year sentence. 'N- I [Continued on Page 61] Dyal of Brooker and suggestedthat confuse voters to the extent that Riley Sweat' have qualified to run county radio system, which, up The Board faced with, such a
-- persons interested! in work they cast,their,ballots in one pol- for City Chief of Police. until the new salary system, was large deficit worked hard and

'''''". .. \. .>""r','' ., '* : ':0 apply directly to him. [ling place; 'And then"not have,time, handled by the county long to come up with a,satisfactorY -
a ... .. !"%... '._-... -_. Wall said he had at first plann or fail to remember' about the Phone Up until now-I have owned the budget'that'would not require

; ; ;: ... __"t<>. ed to start work at the Starke end other, Only';'t1m "will tell Just Rates vehicles personally, but, beginninglast additional money from the tax
:.: ,' .' but due to the city's sewage' project what the-.effect will be: year, the county buys and payer.
4 .. now in progress in that location -: Next ,TuesdayJuly 22, is the Set For IncreaseIn maintains all the cars throughthe The tentative budget will appear -

\ t"S he might begin in some other deadline. for:qualifying for county sheriff budget. This expense In The Telegraph'next week

:: spot.Clerk offices with, two, places on the AugustLocal represents one of the largestof .
Darby and Tax Collector County Commission and three on all the items. Social

J. R. Kelly both reported this' the SchOOl Board to be filled. telephone rates are goingup I have, for several years, main- Security

week that they had been "swamped" Incumbent E.-'L. Crawford hasqualified' following approval from the tained my office at little or no Date Next WeekA
with applicants seeking workon for re-election Coun- expense to the taxpayers and two
Florida Utilities Commission last
-,, the project. They said.' that ty Commissioner; Dist. 2 [IN. week. of those years I had an excess of representative of Gainesville
I f f 3 y 4 they, of course, have no authority Starke] and has drawn oppositionfrom as much'as $1,000.00. This was Social Security office will be In
A$ to hire and suggested that A temporary grant for an -increase under the old fee system before '
Yj y4 tAu per- A. B, Whitehead. the. courtroom of the courthouse
:.4 sons interested contact Wall in Chastairi was given to the Starke extra items were added to my -
Mrs. Jessie incumbent in Starke at 9:30: 'a. in. on Thursday -
Gainesville or Dyal in Brooker. Commissioner from District 4 I Telephone Co.' for exchanges' In budget.At July 24for:: the purpose ot
[Hampton: Graham Theressal) Bradford and Clay counties.- effective the request of the commissioners conducting social 'security busi
when the system is converted I cut my submitted bud-
Postal SavingsOn has announced for re-election and
{ i is so far. unopposed.For to dial at midnight August get over $7,000.00 to comply with ness.Persons desiring to make application

Y i! Decline"Postal 'School l Board IncumbentsE. 2. the 60000.00 they asked for because for retirement or survivors
The local company had to put they, themselves, experi-
benefits secure social security
Sapp Dist.[ 31 and D. W.
.J s savings says post- up $10,000 bond, in case their encing budget problems cut their
numbers, or get any other social
a Starling Dist. ]have both quali-
master G. J. McGnff, "are on
profit after the increase, provedtoo budget. security information are Invited
ii continuous downgrade and" have great, in which case the subscribers I fully intend to give the people to see representative at the
been for several
"" years. Gasoline Stolen would receive a rebate. ')f Bradford County the very best time of his visit.
"The- reason he continued, "is
t Y The independent organizationhas [Continued on Page 41)
s i
r that people can get a better return From HarrellFarm
added 109.000 feet of cable
f from their money, elsewhere and is to New River Church To Mark
as well as greater insurance pro At.Brooker. planning much more I Baptist
take care: of the estimated 300 I
.c tection.
Malcolm Harrell qf.Brooker} ,, new phones this
The local postmaster made this reported year, : 125th Anniversary With Homecoming
statement as he issued a reporton this week that an estimated New rates authorized for
100 gallons of gasoline was stolen Starke Kingsley" Lake and 'Law-
postal savings in the Starke
Post Office. from a pump'on his farm located tey' were: business one party,, New River Baptist Church will funerallzed more people butchered -
j about'4 miles northwest of Brooker. hold a homecoming Sunday July by the Indians that any other
As of June 31, amounted $8.50; two party, $7.50;' and five
20, in celebration ,of the 125th pastor in Florida." .
to $126,251 which representeda party, $6.25; residence, one party,.
32-Ton Kiln Hoi fisted,Into Place drop of $61,792 over last year's The, Bradford County i Sheriff's $5.50.two; party $4.50; and five anniversary of the .founding of Apparently nothing short of
New Zircon Kiln 188043. Office is investigating' the theft. party 325. the church. Indian attack was an adequate
will cost $158,001 '-t4, On Ju1y'17.. 1833 hardy. pioneers. excuse. tnf missing rhnf'ph.. sorvirs.. ,.
Then complete, ings .are produced which require --- --- --- ----- ------ -'YO -
will te installed by August. I,minimum. of further machining of the New River section drew upa for all] members especially males,
Sweat constitution for the church that
Is Installed and clean-up. ResignsTo were required to. explain an absence -
Zircon is mineral which'is '
a was
1 heavy to become the second oldest before the next service.Acknowledgement .
It took two
"' !extracted along with ilmenite and duty cranes! Make Baptist church in Florida. Pigeon of
Race wrong
all morning to lift the kiln from
staurclite from the sands at the creek Church, near Olustee is the :
.doing was heard before the
Trail and'Highland mines. the ground to its'resting place on I. con
At Trail Ridge'
Ridge For oldest, having been formed in gregation and some were forl1vt'nand
bearings Police Chief
on top of massive rein
After the heavy minerals
are sep- 1821. and it was from this church some expelled for such 'of
arated from other sand by a floating concrete supports. Althoughless that the New River congregationgot
I. ;tenses as dancing, falsehood.,jjr
A new 32'i? ton Zircon rotary "wet" niill'on an artificial spectacular than the actual Riley Sweat of Starke last Tuesday permission to organize. .dishonesty.The .
(I lake, the minerals lifting of the. .kill), the precise d. rr ,. 1
resigned Chief
are of
? kiln was lifted into place recently pumped to Deputy y p" According to the history of the original[ church bunding
the."dry" mill where the ilmenite alignment of the bearings was the Bradford County Sheriffs Department church there were 14 charter burned October
at Du Pcnt's Trail on 2,1884'whena
Ridge mine. I
:i r and staurolite are removed. The. critical, and essential to the successful in order to run tor members: Isaac Carter, Thomas fire built,under the structure
The enormous cylinder 60 feet I I remaining zircon is 1 operation of the kiln Starke Chief of Police the .
concentratedand in up- Prevatt Levy Pellum W. H. Ward, to kill fleas" got out ,of control..
,. long 'and seven feet -in diameter purified further in the Zircon -i coming election. W. M. Johns. 'Lucy-Johns, Hester In' 1933 the church celebrated

r will replace an old kiln in heating plant. Zirccn is pure white I Brake Failure. Sweat. Chief Deputy for the Johns. Mary Prevatt Elizabeth its centennial l, 'with .ceremonies
i Zircon for drying at terrific temp and very. fine. It is used'in found-! past 7'month has been active in .p M; i r a Pellum. Sarah' Prevatt. Kisiah attended! by more 'than 1,000 people
o eratures. The replacement which ries where high grade metal cast-1: Causes AccidentBrake law enforcement work here for Jones, Margaret Ann Carter Mary members and descendants' of
.. nearly 9 years having been assistant Tucker and Elizabeth Prevatt.
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failure was the eVidentcause chief for 18 months duringhis 4---- Since farms were large and scattered 1 of the church was given by >; B.
NEW POLITICAL TIME TABLE of a minor'collision yesterday 8 years'with the Starke Police it must have taken manyof Johns and. Q, W. 8. Ware.

morning south of Starke on Department., these members a long time to Although members now drive to
U. S. 301 when a sedan, driven by Sheriff K D. Reddish expressed i9x get to church by foot or horse- church and support it with
Tues., July 22-Deadline for qualifying candidates Mamie: C. Watterscn of ,regular -
for Hampton
regret inlosing: "such a good, back. l donations ]It fcsed to be that
county ,office. strucka Greyhound bus in the hard-working deputy Who has donea Beside the effort of getting to collections were taken up only

Sat., Aug. 9-Final, date for registering as a Toter, In rear.Mrs. fine ,Job aIM been an asset to services the church was only two when there was some expense.

the September Primaries and November ,. Watterson was evidently the office.- gu;:", ".. -titrtl__ years old when the Indians! who But one of the old customs thatis
trying to pun back in behind the .The Sheriff finding it hard to had been friendly went
on still
,General Election. I Sweat a continued is the cemetery
bus Says To
after Sheriffhis
Tues. Sept. 9-First Democratic an unsuccessful attemptat locate a replacement, said "it'sgoing rampage. For the rears 1835 to vnrlrinor. wVil. X wu.. h@d... Thnrcelev
Primary. -- --- --
Tues., Sept. 30 -Second Democratic passing ,when her brakes failed. to be hard to get somebody resignation- qualified yes- and to firmly enforce the law with 1842 none was safe from Indian timed so that 'the 'cemetery will
Primary Investigating Deputy D': B. Redding with the investigative abfflty Kil-' terday. all fairness to everyone." attack even the minister f Rev be neat and attractive for the
j: reported small damage to[ey Sweat So ,feels j that; h-' has "the ex- Sweat has lived in Starke all John Tucker was said to carry one home coming to be celebrated

A A.A AAA both vehicles and no injuries. for announced his candidacy perienc ?at4knowledgeto: handle his life, has three married children of their bullets, in his body. Sunday ta.4 martini 123 years in
r police chief : 1 It was
immediately alter
the job a*' it.stoidd be Handled and',9 grandchildren. which this organization has been
w;: '; a said of Preacher.Tucker that "he dedicated to worship


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NOTICE OK PROBATE I First publication on June Z6. 198. Administrator of the estate ot Judge of Bradford County Florida,
I* The County Judcr's Court Of I 6-26 4t 7-17 Mary A. Stansbury., deceased. at his office in the court house of
editorial Farmer's DiaryBy Bradford County. 7-3 41 7-Zt''I said County at Starke Florida ..ith4
P IN RE: Estate of In The County Judfce'i Court IB i I in eight calenr months from the*
le(>easetl. nerlda'I I Aad For NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR time of the first publication of this
Bradford Flor
r County. .
Sam McGarrrv : To all persons ida. TAX DEED notice. Each claim or demand hallL
4 *. estate cf said decedent: j IN KB: ESTATE OF s *. ra.ic' rA. Ii be In writiaz. and shall stale the .,
i at You are hereby notified that a ANNIE P. SCHOFIELD, Notice Is hereby'given that Walter place cf residence and post office address -*"
ing something on his
away written instrument purporting to be deceased. Gibbs the holder of the .follow of the claimant.. and hal\\ be
: Lawtey Has A Problem plate and fussing about it being' the Lan Will and Testament of said NOTICE OF PROBATE fug certificates bat, filed laid certificates sworn to by' the ciaiitianC biz agent,
tough. when Alice- said:. "You'll decedent has been admitted to probatein To All P..r...... iBtrrrcled la The for a lax doed to b.,jseu...d'!' or attorney, and any such< claim. or
.M this Coun. You are hereby com- Estate .f Said UeredeBtl thereon. The certificate number d maad uo4. fn Tiled, shallt>e voiii
: At the last, meeting of th g Lawtey City Council -,. complain more in a minute- manded within six calendar months You are hereby notified-that a written -I a ltd years of issuance, the description My; "., Varnedoe.*. %
i here's the meat ,coming, 'now, from the date of the first publicatit I I I Instrument purporting to be of the property and the .-aIn -* As executor of the Last Will and
: County Sanitarian'' Jack Trawick, warned,of* of this notice to appear In this Court :: the last 'will\ and testament of said which it was assessedare, as fol- Testament ofV.. P. Buiitf ft. de
the hazard tanks 'of that's the gravjyou're trying to and show cause, if any you .can why I I decedent has been admitted to pro- h'lI'j1 ,, ceased. ?",
t mounting of septic because
cut!" the a'-lion of this Court in admitting, bate in this court. You are here- Certificate No. 51. Year of Issuance First publication July 3'153.'
: the high water table. He cited several caseswhere.sewagt said Will to probate.bhculd not stand j'by commanded within six calendar ISiC.Dewrlntion. .4
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unrevoked. months from the date of the first or Property: Lot 8 ---.
: w running in open ditches aboveground No screw-worms reported yet Theron A. Yawn publication of this notice to appear Block ( LUceln City See 32 T S H NOTICE TO 'PEf'SD' ,
One of these of all the Law- but anyone who does find a rise County Judge. Bradford County, in this court and show rause'l U F: la ClrraU L'alU1. Bradford County
: places, was if shy the | .
Florda. any you can :Name in which assessed Wm. Mc- ,FI.. ...... .' CIaa..ns"-
: tey 'school where C a mal-f auctioning septic tank 'Tve made a lot of stuff this is urged to report it immediatelyto (OFFICIAL SEAL) this court in admitting'said will Cloud Francis L. ,. dnwiub0nt\ Plamtift
First publication on June 19. 195S. to probate should not stand unre- All of said property being in the Dorothy X. ,lEdaioacben. Defend
presented an extreme hazard to children who season, but, 110 money." just a- County Agent George Huggins. 6119 4t7lO.IB | I voked. I Couatr of Bradford, State .of VIa.I ant vs. :.*'. "'
, condition. bout\sums\ up..the,, experience of. The pest is by. no means wiped I sl| Theron A. Yawn. County Judge I I Unless sash ceriiiicatc, or certificates Cue No. li-ystto
were exposed to unsanitary ', out,. and the quicker'steps. "are The Cmamty J...ce'a (..rt In .\...: First publcaticn on June' 25, : I ..shall be redeemed according NOTICE TO APPEARTo
ot farmers''this.'year .
: The sanitarian f spoke, of the possibility of a most, OUT: an Foe Bradford County Florid I" 6-26 4t i! to law the property described : Dorelby,'y. fidiudttJHbB/1 whose
taken to clear up outbreak, IX RK ESTATE OK' I ,
at l least according .to'one: :we talked 'in such: certificate .or certificates I residence and addreett4a1; Madrid
: sewage:disposal J plant for Lawtey and every toij This.'farmer J made, some, the: jnore'jef fectiv' (the'eradtcatipii'ptogr'am ANNIE deceased.-SCHOFIELD. The County :Jidte'n (" Ui8'j wit! be sold to the highest bidderat I .Ala haw&. 'J" jYou
'"'' II.Bradford Count. Florida the court house floor OB the first hereby 'otiftedfor that a suit
4 councilman conceded the need. However, a defeatist moneY, en. berried lost. .on Irish.. .. '" 'wdl. be. :. :NOTICE TO CKKIIITOKS la Prvbate.TV Monday in Month of August,, lsa8 divorce are has been filed:,.u>* > >"
l f !attitude seemed to pervade the meeting potttoes;made 'on sweet 'IDon't All creditors 01 me estate! of An-I RE: Estate of ,,.which is the. day of August. Ihll, in the above named Court,-nd cause
corn nie P. Srhofield, deceased, are here-! MARY A STAXSBURY. Peceased. Dated this 30 day Of June, 19111; required to)eA'e a WW
: because: of the expressed belief that citizens oft and toit.OQ.:****** "9 *(the..eud(t lock now. but Brooklyn, by notified and required to file any NOTICE OF FII.I\G PETITION (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. of and your you are aDtJ"t'f.r UsaXUAr_.tQ the
of a1ot.of lake,ti'jip some.: We Just hope claims or demands which they may FOR FINAL DICHARGE OF Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford the WamtXr Attorney I
the tqjyii would not be willing i to taxes to th5 seasoli'he'dgiowi; have against said estate 7- complaint on .
pay that it ,continues to'rise until', in the office ADMIMSTRITORTO County. ; it. .7-21 Thomas J. Rivers. P. _.0. P oz ill
vegetable?"and mad,little' moiie I ,. ; .n" of the county judge of Brad- ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEIT; file
fv Springs'FiorMara
. ,meet; the cost of.a city water system andsewage *>r'Altogether- '* .w ford County, Florida, in :Notice is that 1 Green Cove
o..s"' is back',to normal again.. .. house at the court- hereby given !. The Coart Of The fomtjr .Judge the original hv the of f>..xti the Clt'rk'
: disposal *>* o i'J Starke. Florida, within have filed my final returns as administrator -j ..... Circuit Court Q\! PT Before the
laIB of
this has been eight calendar months from of the estate of Mary f Bradford ( !; 11erlda.
the I
i is understandable in A ", OIIlf 'Now date of the first Pr...... 4 day of August. 1,JK : theallegation
Such an';, attitude perhaps of BMst topsyjiury -"I.e9. wantsafalse teeth, Heay'hedjlik publication of this A. Stansbury deceased; that 1 have '- siii oAiJUttt will
tin l' \ yc rsd notice. Each claim or demand filed petition for final discharge, re: Estate of W. P. Smith Jr. I *f
a town where residents.have..not been accustomed on recorij l trste we.had. ,th' ,cola- ; to-'take. a bikj' out be in writing and must state the| and that my I will apply to the' Haw.' !)PC....!It'd. taken AS 4-onfe sed ,by published once
i I d. of* 'our' nei'dO.P but ; his place or residence and post office orable Theron A. Yawn, To aU creditors and persons havIng TWi notice fhaU be
e\ : County
But .
: to, being taxed for such improvements. on est wntelaiboui} 50 years, landdon't address of the claimant and must Judge of Bradford County Florida,: 'claims or demands against said. each week for four ccnsecutive weeks
I the other hand* it certainly will not remedy a (fo ,tbe,'snowfalls'nir>, twth,are tso worn, down"1! 'the..f.won't.cut hI sworn to by the claimant, m. on August!! S, 1958\ at 10:00: o'clock Estate: In the Bradford Countr-TeWgwph.. 1958.
agent of
) "the \ any more But Samsays''no'hitif' .or his attorney, or it win A.M. for approval of the same and You and each nf you are herehynotiCit'd Dated this !6 day June
; sitatioR'that', is. bad'and' will continue to grow a atreuslalttionmostticrops, ,, i" become void according' to law for final discharge as administrator and required to present any (OFFICIAL SEAL)
tanks built soutmPi'.ptfl. : ;gi':wipout; ; a'te ,. '; gof. 1n : June 25'l9. of the estate of Mary A. Stansbury, claims and demands which you, or Charles A. Darby,
I worse as more and more aeptie are ; to"get it''wilt sl| Ollie Kendrick, of the ircuit CourtBy
gain again, by, 'frostsu'and new choppers bavetc deceased.This either of you, may have against the Clerk Clt'rk.
w Far; better it seems to us would be for the, rain i. and'andjtiien J) "good Vgrow1nffweatherr .; "'bG"Sam 'l(but"not to bite Pete i Executor P.' Schofield of the, Estate decease". Annie July 1, 1958. estate of "'. P. Smith Jr. deceased, Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 113 4t ilU
: O. E.
Stansbury. late the
1 to < J 'J ., of said County to County
kajrtey' council. !t'to face up the problem and, that, brought", in.. 'ccopfrom. ? wit., .L110TICE, -=-

I compile a, set, of facts'and figures, setting, forth .' eeerywb eat,the. sametimes ::: ==.

. the: cost: ofthe:, project, as opposed to the costs '. 'OP AfrtlrATIoV FOR. I I
1 f.\r' DF.F.D' ","'\*' d FRESH-
zio*.paid' by'iiidi.vj ualfor their private water
Notice I I. hereby given,'that V. K.AViffsini SPECIAL! MILD AND MELLOW
i and sewage facilities, and the ever-present hazard. Now they: tobacco farmers are.. the' hoMrr of the fullowitag
cropping and curing,, their leaf, crtlricte hs filed said cer-
: to. health: tlflcat tof tai': e* and i .. ,f. thereonTheJ certificate umfeers
t and
that water plant 4'" <<
It city
isjqtiite possible a : in oil the-oiecrap, that. means sad" rdrs rte8U'alk.: .' the descrip :'

J. q\\e,disposal( system! would, in the long run, money; If-they can grow it land",, tfoft in which of'the a'w JmJertJ''ud'assessed'tile''aFe'rt..me as'" ...
:t gut iftone .fci.the pockietapf the citizens.of Law- keep the barn from burning follows:

: t *,ratQer, Uptake ,it out. Withthe,, lmprQ e- when they cook the tobacco.] Certificate J5D4. No.1 ; Year of Issuance EIGHT O'CLOCK
. ilmenite seeHave Description of Property Lots 13': '14
men 'O fU S. 301./the already operating
; ; : of Blk 2 II, Town of New River, Sec.
r' mine, a new., WestinghoW plant going ,in at you seen some of the fine 2:, 24 T 6 S.R. 20 E.
the field com growing in the county? Xame in which assessed: K. C. Bald-'
Baldwin, and; the forthcoming expansion at ree.
On a go-round in' the Heilbronn
: State Prison;'new businesses 'and 'homes would All of said property being la die
area and out to Brooker, we saw County of Bradford., State of Florid -
: come to the.' are" i if She city., were, equipped. to a, lot of corn that looks mighty" *.' -
Unless such certificate or certificates -
4 handle,them. good.. It appearS that the rains shall be redeemed according -
: ':lyithou} >aconsideration; C of the cost of the project haye come at.the right.time and such to Uw certificate the property certificateswill describedin
.' it should:be point oqt to,everYone, the aw-. that the corn Is really going to be fold to the highest''bidder '
"make:' this at the court bOil!'* door on the first COFFEE
fut'C lt.. that.c ukl.be.paid disease and possibly Monday in Month1 of August; 1',''.
continued of- sanitation which is the 4 day of August, 1'JaS. ,
: death with neglect '
proper- We wish these, fellows around. Dated this 3 day of July 1S58.
.t It is disturbing to Inww that open ditches carry I the county- would-- quit'' talking' 'about -II (OFFICIAL Charles SEAL A.)Darby.' Clerk: of

s.ewagje hrqagh many sections of Lawtey. The ; fishing! Seems like 'everyone of Circuit Court 'of Bradford

incJde.Q( hookworm i is high, and' it is little I ha the fever now and all we County- Florida. 7-19 !t 7-31

: wojjderl aliSe} children: l ,'paijdle'. barefoot' in these hear about Is ream beds", and -' 'Alive with Flavor'Freshly
. ding -- f 1 big bass and how good river catfish XOTICEJ TO DEFEND Roasted

: The, U; S. Government sends technicians. .- tQ,; are to eat and it gets .us all I.- Florldm Circuit. IB Court." C*.meerrrEnJaHi Bradford-"":Coaatr- -" ", iuI Freshly Ground C k
stirred up to go out and try to V. Young. Plaintiff, VB. 1-LB
foreign countries aid Missionary; sent \'. Defendant. : M
: ; i workers equal Red Alvarez's big IS lb. George. Young For Your Coffee
Case No. 1Z83Aetlee '
; abroad*have as one of their.) first jobs the ira? bass. We've got one record' -the T. Appenri ..
: Parents. oft To: George V. Young, whose residence Maker
provejneht; of sanitary conditions.() 1 smallest ever caught.; It was, a and' address Is; Ut Webster t14J BAG

chidr| n i in, our. enlightened l land certainly do not! stumpknocker, and it was so Colby, Kansas.

: wjin ;* their chpdren" Kving under, health condirt small it swallowed the. hock and, suit You for are divorce hereby notified that' a bag $

>6iStfiat'Ar :no.l longer- tolerated! i in parts, of I'the barb came* out* by its tail. above has been named filed Court against and'you cause in and the : T- 31b $1.99

: China and Af ria. you are required to serve a copy
Cows and hogs are both selling of your answer'or pleading to the /
The grace of: the Almighty: and; the, sanitary .mighty good now and that will complaint on the Plaintiffs' Attor- ,

facilities of other areas have been responsible for help 'some. of the fal'mei's' who ney Martin building J. Pearl.Jacksonville 10Z Law Exchange 3-, Swift Premium Grade A' Quick Frozen 4 to 6 Ib ave. 1' '..... .
': ..)
the fact that fc in Florida. '
typhoid no longer epidemic? have only their shirttails left'

4 most areas. But It wpijld ,take only one typhoid after doing some row cropping of and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit"In the Court office on l large and fat I Ib 39C A&F Fanc}'., ..
or before the 11 day _
t carriei: to brniJr'that terrifying)i disease to Lawtey. this year.- 1938; otherwise the allegations of _
: *' Andso ,it appears: that. the.time. has come for 'j' : : : .HK-lf. iAOJi' I/ bald Complaint will be taken as '

i the Lawtey City CouRciJ, to face the! is e squarely 'In fact the price of cattle is so confessed This notice by you.snail oe publishedonce ''i SLICED BEETS
good we think we'll carry our old each week for four coneecutive Frozen Grade Young Tender
without equivocation. If they do, perhaps Daisy weeks in the Bradford. CountyTelegraph. .
milk w off to market -
they will find 'that they have under-estimated and get what we'can for her.But Dated this 9 day of July. 1958.OFFICIAL Ib '

: the willingness'of 'the citizen there to help pay we hope she doesn't end 'up in ( CHARLES SEAL A. DA) Rl'Y.! FRYER BREASTS 2 box $.1-45 \

: the cost. .for improvements that "will' }have to comer local meat- market! because we Clerk ef the Circuit Court.

: if not to speed.;\growth- of the. town by attracting 'are'still chewing on some of the By Marian. L. Crosby, Deputy 7-18 4t Clerk 7-J1 .. 3 Mb cans 29cFIELD

.. (new'residents, at least. to prevent it from, being : last. tough beef. .we .raised. Golden Isle i
: depopulated by. the ravage of disease.; Sealed bids invited en 1957 Chev-
Like the black cow Comfort rolet Bel Air Sport Coupe 2 Dr.
6a that gave us a lot of trouble by powerglide clean. May be inspected PEAS 2 29
Warrens Service Station. Bids to -- .- -- _.- >, \
getting out, and we finally had be opened at office of A. J. Thomas -
her butchered and put her in the Jr.. Attorney 9:00: A.M. Tuesday -

.: ,The.President, SilencedSenators freezer' and said: "Now, doggoneyour atailable., July Z%Reserve, 1958.- Bank right financing to rejectall A&P Crushed .. -._ ..._.,-,,.... .--. ,...,, _.. ...' .

hide, let's seeyou get out of bids. Niblets Whole Kernel 1
: Holland and Smathers, who have in there." She didn't get out, but ,Ollie' Estate Kendrick of Annie, Executor P. jSchofieUi, \ *r *".

: the past [; iven much aid and comfort to the Republican she .sure fixed us because the deceased.. r-ID Zt 'l- 'lNEED PINEAPPLE 2 N o. 1.. m 23 >; :.

a party, now feel called upon to make light meat was so tough-well, this will t

: of ..tljetAdams-Goldfine. in Washington." give you an idea: Sam was wack'- OORN

: WhiJe:: Republican faces are red from the Atlantic A&P

: to thf'f'acific and, GOP stalwart efY out that City Continues ,; : '''

.Adams. must go, our Florida< ; senators apparently Spraying Program SWEET PEAS 2No.303cans 39c -

: attach little importance to the investigation .

: that has rocked Washington from; stem to stern, With County Truck 12-oz 1 can 1 c

and_ both. proclaim i it 1"pn't.b much of a campaign Beginning this week, Starke Is r

: is \ ejn, the futurt. using the Bradford County :Mos- MONEY FLOOR GoUMedaj J S !lhs A9! "

: That certainly rtust be sweet music to the ears: quito Spay truck to continue ;;; .: : i.

i of blushing Republicans, but just why our Flori fo gang operations that were cutoff O# ... t... -.. .

: da ,senators should be the ones to deal l out this when the old one was demolished .- A&P

: soothing syrup, we fail to see. Rather, it seems ic a recent wreck. FOR '*_" .. ..._...'11._"..... "-. _., .. I I
to would be interested in giving Money bas been set up in the
us, they more A&P
a Cijy's* budget. for the purchase of TUNA t 1
when too 2BF
.the GOP .iOm'of iU own medicine not machine. g I
a '
-- -
pew -
: long' ago they saw members of their own party'piUoried

I for' accepting gifts that look like chicken increase A few in people mosquitoes had noticed and com-an V ACA TION1 k With Face Cloth Shorte4in! g ; APPLE SAUCt

: feed beside those.f{ eh'ed by Presidential. Assist- -

: ant Sherman Adams. plained to the city. BREEZE 35c SPRY; '31bs 9Sc : 1t... 'ac .. fX;

a When even such rabid Eisenhower\ supportersas \ Detergent. Detergent' -

:Time"'Magazine adm\ $i .that Adams!!, and the\ ., THE BIGHT t POINT- *for the :
COND. ALL 39c :I :)
have reg WISKr re g 39c 303
President in his support of Adams jeopardized way yon write. Come la ud select '.' cans c

the supposedly: high moral! { tone{ of the' ,Administration Detergent Detergent I. l.

: why !should Democrats, of all people, y'ur favorite ESTERBROOKFfunUin AD; regular
33c LUX LIQUID 39c
pooh-pooh, the" ,' issue and cite it as. being, of- little Pen. TELEGRAPH. LOANS' reg>

importance Cleanser New Blue
-- ---
: No less, ,person" than pundit i Walter Lippman h AI.JAXr reg., 2 for 31c RINSO giant 77c

: .lono.leer\ 'early, EisenliGfivers4p1orter1r\ ) has said! UP .TO ,

that: *?Thu e' far the defence of Sherman Adams, "YFi Detergent Red Heart '
Dole 1
: as manage,from ,the1tite House% has silenced .al o .01 VEL LIQUID, reg. 39c DOG FOOD, 2 for 31c

the President, en a moral issue about which it is .. PBktie .ncarfe pnn that the .

: his special,.and peculiar duty to speak out and tujkjlLcst !ui jaisi tU&Un jcare' Cashmere Nabisco Premium Pineapple. Grapefruit

: give the'cQ ny' a lead .in yiew P* al that he for Jtoa4Mhes: sad .backaches. fa .s sea BOUQUET, reg 2 for 19c SALTINES, Ib 25c :
thraufc painless
: Has had to say about !leading a crusade ,to clean care .- .- .r .-*. < -jCbsrvpnctte KI ..r..iv 0 ttv J IUIC I C.C.E E

up Washipg\4p .. but': Mr. Eisenhower has : Beechnut Strained Bathroom Tissue
$jaee jintenuJ organs are.coa-
: waded it: trilled by awes tie n muJ! f- BABY FOOD, 6 for 59c SOFT WEVE 2 for 27c .

.. Of little importance as. a campaign i issue? We tion jtf each fnaxi tin eftly'ieas ., -Q. r rUs

don't agree with Senators:! Holland and Smathers, ,, ured jrhen :ChiropracUe health F.ind r Tetley Sunshine Hi.Ho 46-oz "only ? 7c
> i- 1 1 1 "I TEA 64
and we predict 'that millions of others will also is ,applied.. ... bags 68c CRACKERS, Ib 37c can

voice their. disaereernent.. at the'ballot ,box at t the 5." jCajronraeUe care stateshealth :- aScot
Blue Label :c-(
I yery first o? ortunity._ .in. thousands of.cases'after
tr LiskH.< v TISSUE
evrrr ln(Z1Se boa falieLe 2 for 27c KARO SYRUP, pint.25c _._ .
,v'lt Aiuepictic .ij Qne I
l ,MY
0..+ . ., ,.,' ,other $ jnay. ,defer. r4LCaaAitati' 4 f CIHN.WaJnntfit.; Dixie Lily Milk Fortifier' Swanson Frozen -

( .. withent. .pblizatioll.foae ...... '*". -*. GRITS Ibs SSe BOSCO 12 oz 37c TV DINNERS 67c
swAoi'ORp, COUNTY. t TELEGRAPH- -." .'. oJ it..Write. t '** ti 1V Ok iW ,.-

:: ; .EST.riMJtt9f Ja:, *.1I. G...BQWXGEJt.OITICES .(Z Doors Jfrom Post Office. )' s Detergent -
\U t.Jwa .rrti >ci* kJ- WtaarYt OMMeT rtraa n tmct IUStores
: e' : OLDEST WEEKLY -'EW'a: c Phones 580 and 581 412 Call Street TREND. 2 regulars 39c

728 E. University Ave 'i: 4'a -y
J'.u' toa 'r 6D: frLliCaL I I I *
Gainesville Phone Mrs. Marguerite Hall Heinz FancyKETCHUP ., '
6-32SS Starke FI :" -
a i 3113.. :TU &UU XAfT_EAO.B a. 0' /
.. ... Manager ... !* MUMtC i tHUHJH (OH,AM I 27c
P..e.tl.w !): :h Irks : t.M: ;. Stas 4 LaaI:: Sniff, 426 'N. Walnut St.Starke /f _,,
: ( ,u'PeI.t 14Nre .111rM1'1'a.-Bader,... _AetdMat.. -. it Ii1U I -
Pbene 1W. .
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Mayor's Court. Warrants Issued Notice NOTICE.is OF hereby PBBL1C given SALE that! th6followinc
Misit Willie- Priest Joins Shopportunity Group;;. described buildings or
Hears t Accident In 52 Cases items situate and being at the ad-
dresses listed below will be sold

1 t Monday By County Judge Another Shower Of $5's For Saturday under bidder sealed at 10:00 bids a.m.to on the Tuesday Highest, STILL CRAZY!

7heSingmgDog July 29, 195S in the County Com-!
Uyors court Monday afternoon Warrants were issued to 52 missioners room at the court house
building In Starke, tlorlda. Buildings
ttied defendants in two accident persons by County Judge T. A. I located on State Road ZOO between But have few of these left
cases,: while:;'..defendants on othercharges Yawn's office I last week in the __ R.... "t--- A new member! of the Shoppor- Store Satnrdayafternoon. Festivities Starke. and Highland (Clay.: we a
}; '. .z' :;< :'"'l'" ;] I tunity group of cooperating stores begin at 2. pm.: when Alvarez County line). .
forfeited bond by not time. ; t
ap- heaviest week in some At. '
::.fmt4J-c';. .. was added this,week with the announcement goes on the .air over WKGK'a A4dCM aid DescrifttM of BtlU-
>et.: : As usual, traffic violations top- I. : '' I.g..r Item for our Shopportunity Days
,M $., JJerita, Ann Dicandio ped the list, with the following ,."."'",''''' ._. _.'. \ .1. ..... .'" that ,the' Van H. mobile studio, with prizes given 5 on one-story property frame known buildings as Sam Incptpd Rosen-j

Owens, charged with running a ,cited for unlawful speed: Demar 't-. .Q:'..'.' I Priest Co. local Variety store and away every 15 minutes.' berg. .

fM light and causing an' accident, Marion Cothran, Billy Williams ., member of, the chain by the same The special "Shower of 55 Bills" One brick and neon restaurant sign Customers this weekend!
: will be at 5 'when located on property known as' Elizabeth !:
is the citywide trade repeater p.m.
name joining
4fudefended. by' Attorney Lex Jr. 1' ,I
Frankia D. Loper,.Lee.Desua, fI'lf.a 1>
Green., Her car,' pulling a boat Helen I. Graham, John E. Mc- 1' promotion campaign five. $5 bills will be given awayto one-story concrete block' restaur-

trailer out.of, State,Road 16, from Jones, Lewis Ronald McClellan. ": S- C. G.",Priest, local manager said persons actually in the crowd. ant known building as Fred located Taccia.on, property
the store has started giVing profit The .regular cash awards of $25, of in the right-of-
thewest: was hit by Ferdinando William J_ Grom, Jr., Adolph ,'t '";: That part porch
[. sharing coupons to Its customers, $15, and $10 will also be given way located on property. known as.
Motta driving north on I Brown, Arl Madison Thomas J. R. Griffin .
Vx S. 301. Both claimed to have' Astor Jerni- :J.;:. ; and is happy to join other.progres- away at 5 p.m. one-story frame residence locat-
Delmo Pringle Bryan
: ,
thi Motta I a'ti. Y sive merchants in promoting Last week's top award winners ed on property known as Howard:
gr0eDght. Della. wasehaiged'wjtli
Christine. Marjorie Johnson, M"" Crews. '
failure to ,yield the gan James Harris, ,.... : Starke as greater trade center were: Mrs Fred Cole $25: ; Mrs.J. one-story frame residence located -
Fred Johnson:
tight of Both pleaded notctiflty ". for this area. R Wainwright, $15: and W. on property known at Elizabeth I
Smith Jr., W.
James Clarence
;but.'were,'found guilty and Gerald Wftt,,Cleo Carl Thornton, f This week's Shopportunity party L. Reynolds Jr.,.Keystone' Heights, 4 one-story block: tourist cabins
lined $2?': each: '4I will beheld in front of Alvarez $10.. located on property known as floral
Elkert Cush Owens, James Alvin I Motel or Emil Verbest.
Ernest Lee Mathis pleaded guilty Arthur Robert Dodd William one-story block residence located -
Tyler, brought before County
men were .
i9.running.a.!stop_sign_and was Eugene Campbell.' Cleon In- Two Arrested tOn Smith.on property. known as. C.. H.
lined $12.. ,to the car Judge T. A. Yawn shortly after
Moore Robert Lee .Hutton Shine ChargeAt 1 one-story frame residence located
gram '
hit Was minor.and was. taken caret they, ,were, arrest d'and' both on property known as & t*.
Charles Louis Brichta Sam Mike! RowelL .
by agreement with, the',owner.. Jourdak, Jack Price Malvin A. OperationRobert pleaded,guilty, to a charge of possession one-story frame residence' loeated -
..Charged with public intoxication on property known as John
Kite Henry Clyde Wainwright, of a moonshine still. Shadd.
E. Mack and Percy
and forfeiting bond of |2Yvaj
and Gordon M. Roberts. one-story frame residence beat,
: ; Bond for each 'defendent
Claude Starling, and Fred Griffis, Jr. were seized at their was pd on property known.as Mrs. Ullle.
tjaan lo 'it "bond: of $37 on The charge of Improper passingwas moonshine operation earlyThursday set at ,$1500 and the case was Ellington
against Willie Lee Ranch type board fence located on
thV same:'charge.' .' made July' 1'0. by,,federal'and state I certified to circuit court.This property known as Paul Parker James Harrell" Manager
': ftudolp.Dyson; was ch rged'wtth James, 'Jerry David Duggin: Warrants : beverage agents assistedby local one-story frame residence located ,
charging reckless driving I represented_ the' ,second on property known as Angelo.
allowing unauthorized :person officers Riley Sweat, Russell Red- Melt. %
to operate t motor vehicle and were issued Mary Antoinette ding, and Dolph; Reddish Bradford still confiscation last week,' but one-story frame residence" located I I
forfeited bOnd of ?27 Nellie Dylan Tanner'and.Joseph Edgar Lamm. Countydeputies.. the olliy'one. 'where. -anyone was Klein.on property known as Charles Central Fla. Gas & Appliance CO.

,.charged with ,no driver's license Driving without license was The: law moved swiftly as the caught. I one-story 'flock restaurant and
the charge brought against J. W. I By Alice MeGarvey ; store building located on property
forfeited' bond on JZVfwr known as I.. E. Jones.
DOn- peara ce.a'..- Sasser, Earl Desue and James The talented Wilhemina, .who RESOLL'T101 1 one-story concrete business build- HAS GONE
'I} Carrol Brown who was also delighted Starke audiences several Pursuant to the' provisions of Section 237.12, Florida" Statutes, 11153, ing located on property known. as CRAZYHE
F. R.
., Carridine
charged with driving whfle in- notice 'is hereby given' that a' public' hearing:,shall be held by the LTad- Gift Shop.
years ago, Is now capturing heartsin That part'ot service station, sundry
Rites 'Wednesday ford County Board of) Public Instruction on July 21, 1958," at the hour
toxicated. Keystone Heights. Willie is a of 10:00 a.m., in the,County Board Meeting-Room of the Courthouse at store with living quarters and metal
; r: James Witcher was cited for lady.of vast accomplishments. Her Starke, Florida for the purpose of',discussing: with the citizens of the garage within the right-of-way lOcated I I
For Mrs. Bederibaugh on property known aa Hazel
county the proposed school budget of said county for the fiscal year
.. improPer'starting and having- no I conversation though not bril- beglnnin&xJuly 1958 and ending: June 30, 1959. which budget is summarized Tanner.
I I That part of Ranch board
,Mrs Effie Hicks Bedenbaugh 63 tag, Jerome Les Herring and liant, Is certainly amusing, and if aa follows:' fence in right-of-way type.located on IS SELLING A TOP QUALITY

of lied Wanda Hall Garrigus for failingto some Harvard speech professor property known aa B. E. Reddish.
Hampton I' early ,Monday L Budget Fo The Support.And !Iai teaa.ee Of;Schools 1 frame residence
morning' in aT Palatka hospital have their vehicles under con- should find fault with her enun- Anticipated Receipts road one-story side fruit stand located and on I Deluxe Magic; Chef.36./InchRANGE'191

itt r, a short iUness.'. trol and Dallas Ray.Crawford for ciation,.he would still be charmedby -1. Federal Sources '." 28 000.00 property known as S. J. McOarvey.
wan; driving while intoxicated.A her'amiable %. State Sources 741,380.00 one-story frame residence build-
:She tjorn inHampton Nov. prefoimance.!: 3.' County-and District ,.- zu.no.oof. ing located on property known as
21?, 1895,('tier> parents being the warrant charging petit larceny She'says, "Wally where are Other Non Revenue '' '.1,600.00" : Isabel Sacco. .
1 .
: late EH and,, "Ferbia.Hall! Hicks. was issued Clifton Bradford you?," "I'm hungryand "I love Total Anticipated Receipts i. -: -t-' '. "311000 located. on property known as Isabel
her husband, Jas- and,one charging possession of a .* : Sacco.
: ''Surviving are mama Cash Balance Beginning of Year' ," : 93,237.00:
W of moonshine still was issued RobertE. Investments 5757.00Total : 1 frame and metal warehouse building -
\ plr. Bedenbaugh' Hampton,
As an' impersonator she Is un- located on property known as
and two, Receipts
ique. Tell her to wash her face 1,144,404.00 '
:. ;Hicks and Mrs: J. G. Sparkman, Charged with being drunk Total Proposed Expenditures: 1 one-story frame residence build-
she will sit located
like the kitty and ing on property known as
I tote,of, Plant.City, were Lloyd Herbert Fowler Alice 1.'. General Control ZS.6SUOZo. M. L. Prescott.
down and with serious mannerproced Instruction 717549.00 (
y ya.
.Services'.were held .In the De- Wiggins and Elias' Crawford. Operation of Plant 51,000.00 one-story frame store building And Giving You A 10-Year
to act like the cat.even located on property known. as M. u
I C.. Jones .Chapel 'Wednesday Worthless checks brought war- 4: Maintenance 40,000.00 Prescott .
adding a creditable "meow. 5. Auxiliary Agencies .'88,800.00
a1110 i a.m. Burial was in the San- rants against B. Z. Faceman. M. 6. Fixed Charges 12000.00 That part of frame garage build- Guaranteed

: ::ti;fe Cemetery! :under 'the direc- P. Carson Utha, Mae Price, Em- Not in the,social register, ? still 7. Capitol Outlay 93700.00 ing property in right-of-way known as Maybelle located Nor-on .

Con of DeWitt C. Jones.' ma Wilkinson and ,Margaret Willie is no offspring of dubious 8. Debt. 'Service 39,839.00" man.Bids .

-t '.[Active,pan,bearers were nephews Carmichael., ', ancestry. "Mama was" a terrier Total ,Proposed' Expenditures '' 1,071,542.00. each building will be or received item as covering Hated .Water Heater. .
and Pa toy'colley, a.quote we and Balances 72,862.001.H4.4IM.OO I
ofv the deceased. .- a Reserves, Investments above in the office of the Clerk ol
I can Leglon'a corporation not tor cannot vouch Court, courthouse building Starke
r. Reserves- ; ; #::
i .4' profit, of its intention to apply to Total Proposed. Expenditures' and < Vr"-: l Florida until 10:00 a.m. Tuesday,
r. AOTICFrOTICE'JS.HEREBY'GIVEN' the Honorable Geo.. L. Patten, one matron of-eight years, Willie -. -.-. V. July 29. 1958. Bidders will be required
by of the' Judges of the Circuit Court has had two families, none of II. Budget For-District, ... ", and' 8:.Fmmdil. ] ', .: to accompany'their'bid witha o 1 i1
ttHa Bradford County Fair:Assocta- in"and for the Elgbth'Judicial Circuit ; ..:.:.: ; t..si.Total .. cashier's check in the amount of
!it Incorporated, Jones-Langford- in and for Bradford County whom have her accomplishments. Receipts. : ...-' A .; ,- 10%; of the bid price. It will 'be
Whit ,Post, Number 56, ,The.Amerl- Florida, or in his Absence one er Cash Balance,Beginning. of Tear ? \ ( 6.00 necessary' for successful bidders to
: take .
after all
But children can .
'. : Taxes Assessed ', ,,,.), S6.953.UU37.b09.00 pay.the. balance of the bid price in 30,000 BTU Magic Chef Heater
\ ; I after.the father. the form of a cashier's check made
- j. AvallableCash and Current Recelpta.'i* Jf.t.-: payable to the State Road Depart.:
Well known to Starkites, when Expenditures: ..r' '.f'*':" :." :,,:" mnt of, Florida at''the' time sales ,
J she lived In the Davis'Hotel with Commissions ':..; 2,971.00 made. Purchaser wIH.be required
I J GOOD/YEAR the Wally Mulhofers,'for her versatility .Payment Interest of.,:Bond*- *\.'.-:*.. .I. ,- ,' ,:\1,:.J"'t;,"" :'::... 3:rJ r '1I.UUUOU 15,990.00 and to clear remove'debris buildings from the or items Central Fla. Gas & Co.
right-oi- Appliance
she is constantly addingto ', ."':..=..: ._._.._ ....;L.. .. way within twenty '(20) days from'
Probably. as-a Total- Expenditures t : late hereof or from the time building -

\, 60* : vocalist her repetotre.she's-at her most 'spectacular Reserves, .. ,. '."";" .-*'_ ": .,S .-648.0 The has Department been vacated.reserves the Your.Pyrofax'Gas Dealer
: She prefers a duet.-waiting Total Expenditures and Reserves :' ,_. ; 37,609.00III. right to reject any and all bids.
_. .
.j t. ,
( I" a i s *- STATE nOAD-DEPARTMJNT' "
.. ANNrvERSARY'r" for the downbeat then launch". into E-..I C..strietlea Fudt .',. ::.,, ,' "''''', :; .- OF FLOIUDA !:. 119 S:Walnut Sty Phone 301I
Birthday. singing along .. < "" ri. By: J. A. Brewer .
Happy Rceipts: ; i '; .' .L". .f District Engineer. I -
1 d' tN with Milly Mulhofer, not alwaysIn Sale of Ponds' .. : : ";- i g':'. '. : 450,000.00.Expendltures 7-17 rt, ',7-2 .
: 'a:EiU.
the same key but with enthusiasm New Buildings '" 1 '- 355000.00

hitting the high notes with Equipment and. Maintenance. ..-' .' '6JOOO.OO: i
,:4x2 : :!c r: l
<*-. ....... ., .... evident pleasure. Apparently she Total Expenditures .. ;' 415,000.00;
choruses'not usually "* 35,000.00
knows many Reserve : ,

'celebrating with sung, for she"will keep on with Total Expenditures and ,Reserves :;.4 .. CiiOOOO.OO.
Wre ; ; .. ; .
: encores as long as she has an 'j' '
IV. State Coastraetloa Fmudi "' -' Y'j,:. 'ii: J1lCkfiJIif
audience. :
Well there Is some ReceiptE".i i '- :-;'. j ; fijur
: Who is she?, ,
BtU Sources : |- "' 'i\ft8If08.00
she Is the pet J \,_ ,
question ,.CouatySources.. ,. 'C ..ter- ..;- : _, ,'a.18,8U0.UU, .
of Mrs.Wally Mulhofer, : whether i t .. !
Total Receipts .: < 37.liUO.0.?
Willie is the mistress. At any .'- .." .
inthemost rate, she is an esteemed member Expenditures' : *" '-' : ".:.v.. <" ..J7 ': is
'Our) Three sellers of the family.Funeral New. Buildings, t 37600.00 .. any day y

Complete' details of each separate part of the school budget ,summarized -
size! above are on' file and are available for public inspection at the
: : : popular Sunday office 'of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at the court- -
house..Starke.'Florida and will also be available for such public hear- trade with
For Mrs. Haistens ing together- with all supporting statements! and information. ''All Interested you
We're tjiarfly reduced prices on these three outstanding persons are 'cordially invited to participate Jn the public '
hearing and discuss the school program and Budget for this county fort
Goodyear Tires for our.60th Anniversary SaId I 'Mrs: Julia Parnell. Haistens, 61, e ensuing'fiscal year.

today and sate with safety! died Thursday July 10. at her
... home in Starke as the result of a I H. P,,Morgan, Secretary. _
.4 .. heart attack. She.was a .native It 7.17I

of. Columbia,County. I '

.. '-11I Surviving are ,her husband, :: : in Starke !

NjJP Super-Cushion' W. Haistens; two daughters, :3'1

Pearl Miller Miami, and } "
IllI-c! New low Pme. ., Lovey Bagwell, Starke: and oneson I .. :

[ill $$11195t Funeral, Rdbert services Haistens were, Starke.held:sunday -i! \.. ;::>: ....., ,

,. at 3 p.m. in the Air Park C. y.: .. .T.""' S Not only do you save money on hundreds oft
Church with Rev. W. '

.=N=.u.wr: Collins Baptist officiating, assisted by -p J":, % advertised specials during the Shopportunity

IaaP,...Inl Rev.. Lacy Conway. Burial" was rZ',. f :.:* Sales Event, but you also receive ProfitSharing -

in Kingsley Lake Cemetery with .C'y Drq > j ; /:': Coupons for the BIG CASH AWARDS

'r .11I arrangements ley Funeral Home in charge.Macclenny.of Brink- :.7:. .'!. ;' twice each month. Trade at home with your

r ff <8>DL1JXE. ;tr'.ry Shopportunity Merchants and profit more

super-Cushion. Maintenance Shop 4v sI ways than' one .

Defeats WaldoIn
Npw low

151 City LeagueA :' 'These are.the merchants who, in appreciation of your

t'r 1, good crowd turned out at the ,

't, IJII u.... Starke field ,last 'Friday. night to'. I na L..ws..w. 'ft it/1..,.. \j/\ii tha sinnnrfiififft/ fn "Shnre_ __. _
y-- .... ,JI. see State Maintenance Shop beat YMiGJJ. uic y1I11Iy IV" nit vft'v. ..." / -- U
.........- Waldo. 21-18 In the City' Recre-. ,

t tlon-Softball, League. uNoi."mother, John didn't/get: the Profits in Starke.4' -

,Thursday, night July 17,- state

1 L : '" Maintenance Shop wUl,piay Key raise in Mercury T

stone Heights here at 7:30.: There a : pay Co.
> : General Supplies Elrod Furniture
NYIONDeLaxeSupefCushion s.no admission charge. for the Nasworthy ,

c league games. iustlooks that way. 'Studio' 'and
: _, Bullington
a Anyone :wanting to enter a ,- Ulan Store. :

lowt P hS' team 1in the league is. asked to '.- Gift Shop

contact Charlie- Shaefer. or; Joe i Central Fla. Gas & Appliance

Gray. Van H. Priest Co._
Company *

\- '1711 w.; J & J Building Supplies
:: the other Circuit Judges at ,10 Hart Furniture Co.
r. m. day of July ,. .
_. ,1958. for an approving an Winkler Electric ServiceShepherd's
amendment to the Charter ol, the ..
Association. 1 Stores .
aid Fair Eagle
deck oorl Prktt on other aius.toot! The Amendment relates to Articles 7 Radio & TV
I. ,11(1)7111. V. V1. IX; ol 5"-
week! ** Charter, the major changes be. .
Ten$ .tow.u fl a aid Rohbins'Barksdale's
.. '
lug to change the name to Bradford BELOW 42 MODELS OF "LOW-PRICE 3"uMo. Dollar
=: County Fair Association, tnc.. PRICES START Bottom
= to Increase authorized indebtedness
or UablUty to 100000.00 and'otherwise -
I In to conform to and comply with : "- Alvarez Store
Chapter fl$.'Florida statutes..which /
GOODMAN'S I specifies charter ,requirements for ;
1 such associations. a : MERCURYMCGRIFF Gem Jewelry Roberts Jewelry
l I The proposed Amendment u now

11(111( r:11ts: ( ,SERVICE STATION' I in on Darby.and file forBradford Clerk in Bradford the' of office'the County.Circuit of. Charles Klonda.v Court A.., Denmark Furniture Co. Bradford County TelegraphKoch's

U. S. 301 ,South I County Fair-'Association- ,

I!1111 -r. STAIiKE"FL *-,*' I By etc.President: Harry H. Rabb Jr. MERCURY MOTORS Stump's Dept.'Store Drug Store

=: Attest: Joseph XL Gray. Phone 447 Starke, Fla Court & Jefferson Sis. -
=: Secretary.
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:J.\tZramt' -. -..- -- -..- .'BBAOFOED. 'CUUMTY !'ELE !rAm.1'"Rn.-PLOmD&! .emanty...-'-.--.-.-.. JCLT- --- 17. 1958

: i ... .
Mrs. H.'Fv'GdclwmIs I Wainwright Home l ice ris now operating at a defi- Tri-Legged, Chick

f Honor Guest ,,, 4i cit.I : Provide,
Scene Of May
A Y'r Party do hope that this short .explanation -

. At Lovely Shower 4. has helped to clear up Three Drum Sticks
t The 'J.' R. Wainwright yard' at some wrong ideas the people have I Ii :

'Mrs.. Harold P.,.Godwin, the 305 N.- Clark street, was the setting i had*of the sheriff's budget. It all A' Three-legged thicken: 'romps

former Ann Williams, was the S for a delightful teen-age get- boils down to the fact that, with around Mrs. Selma Ellington's

inspira'ticn for a, delightful miscellaneous rx 9 t together Monday evening, '. with the added expenses of the jail,j chicken yard quite 'unaware thatit

Gladys Mooty shower given Thursday = 4s.. Mary Katharine Wainwright radios, cars, etc.. it is impossiblefor I is different from Its sisters and
._._._._._._ ._._._. .
-. Carol. Temple. Harriett Powell
evening.,July 10, at the home of the office to pay for itself. I I playmates.The .
Mrs. Doyle E. Conner. Hostesses Robbie Capps. and Linda Kay Nothing would please me more happy little month old

Tea Honoring F arewell.Party for the affair were Mrs. 'r.- *D. Sale as hostesses. than having it pay for itself, even I chick is just as healthy as. the

VisitOr GiVen For Mrs. CaldwellAt Haines Mrs. J. E., Hildebran, The 45 teen-agers enjoyed f I with the added expenses, but this. rest and doesn't seem to care

Mrs. Doyle Conner. Mrs.. M. H. pt q r ,' dancing during ,the evening and :seems an impossibility. 1 I what people think of this thick:

By Miss Landrum. State Farm Sheppard, Mrs. J. M. .Vickers; refreshments of soft drinks, po- Thank you very much for your ,I with three fully developed legs.

Mrs. Dcnald McRae. Mrs.. J., P, Ja6\ ;}itii tld
Mrs. '"Merritt Williams and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell was honored Dill, Mrs. J. R. Taylor, Mrs. Tyler, now, that everyone realizes, the 1 the old Camp Blanding Road says

daughter, Miss Frances Landrum,I I at a delightful farewell' party Jones, and Misses Sandra Jones, FISHING budget problems faced by the I. that eyebrows raise in doubt when

entertained at a lovely tea Tuesday -!I Monday evening, 'July 7, given by and Jean Mundy. I I --- sheriff's office of Bradford County she mentions her strange posses-
afternoon honoring MissJjandrum's Mrs. Milo Seigler, Mrs. Robert Lawtey Methodists University of Florida 'and is em- Merritt Williams. local State takes look
A yellow and ,white .color. motif will bear with me until a suitable sion and it usually a
Miss'Erelyn Turner, Mrs. E. C. Belche, Mrs. I 'for Farm Insurance agent caught a
houseguests was ployed the summer at the
attractively carried out .'in solution can be worked out. for folks to believe
Thompson of Atlanta, Ga. DeWitt Sinclair, and Mrs. J. C. the lovely arrangements of I Fete1 New Pastor ranger station of 'the Ocala National 14 pound. 11 ounce Blue Catfish tohatch
mixed find some way
If she
and Misses Carol and Lynn Col- Wallace at the home of the latterat I Forest. He. lives with his July ,3 in the Oklawaha River Very truly yours,
summer flowers placed at vantage Sunday Afternoon i P. D. Reddish, only three-legged chicks
Iner of "St.: Petersburg. the State Farm. points throughout .the party I patents in Ocala but will be I I around Cedar Landing. Sheriff of Bradford County, think of the drumsticks she could
Arrangements of pink and white Artistic arrangements of mixed back in Gainesville with the startof I This represented the largest
't rooms of the Conner home. I Enjoying a chat at the reception Florida sell! _
were flowers were used to advantage [fish caught, according to
gladioli and shasta daises summer "Red"
The refreshment table,in the given Sunday afternoon for San- the fall term. i I(I
I' ui in decorating in decorating the party i Alvarez fishing headquarters,during -
-to.advahtage I
dining room, overlaid with 'a. ford C.- Mayo new minister of Trice reception was held in the .
of the Wallace home for the fourth of
Williams rooms July holiday'Red" .
"home for the occasion -
the .
white organdy cloth poised, over, Grace Methodist Church, Lawtey, Lawtey parsonage with Mrs. THANKSWe
with \the same blossoms this affair. The refreshment tat !/ went fishing July 2 on
yellow linen, was caught up, at: [1-rl the Roberts, Mrs. Lee Mrs. '
centering the tea table. was covered with an importedlace are ; honor guest, his Mae Wells,I Crescent Lake and brought ,back

The tea table was.overlaid with cloth and teld a center arrangement points with and lily of the valley,' mother, Mrs. Claude E. Mayo, and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright ..,as fi, ,bass the largest of which
greenery narrow satin rib-
an Italian cutwork cloth and of mixed zinnias in a bent 'Down the center of the Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Mrs. Enza hostesses: I I weighed in at.:7 pounds 8 ounces wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their
bowl. Punch ,was served Miss Blanchard, who and the
flanking the centerpiece were sIlver table was a long runner !, Blanchard and Mrs. Geo.: W., arrangedthe runnerrup? weighed 7
silver caftdle holders with burning from a crystal punch bowl and arrange- flowers with which the par- pounds i ounces. thoughtfullness and kindness during our recent bereavement.

pink tapers. Dainty cakes, sand- crystal trays held'sheet cake, nuts, ment of yellow'and. white. 'pom I I Roberts-. [s nage was'' decorated, first joined All fishermen are requested to r
wichts nuts and' mints were served and mints. poms, gladioli with and asters interspersed Mr: Mayo is a student at the the Methodist Church in 1901.: leave the results of ,each trip's For the beautiful flowers, words of sympathy, and other

on,'silver and i crystal trays. .Mrs. Sinclair presided at the greenery. Silver yellow trays'candles lield' 'and i Lawson Alderman- activities at Alvarez' Standard kindnesses we will be forever grateful.-
Mrs. Lucile Davis greeted guestsat ranch bowl and assisting in servIng 1 .,I ReunionSet Service Station, comer of Call
squares, nuts and, mints. On
the door and Mrs. W. E. Mid- were Mrs. Louise Harflin, Mrs. the buffet Holds Reunion" For -SundayAt and Temple in Starke. even if luckwasn't I -The Haistens Family.
was an artistic arrangement -
- Carl Kirtsinger, and Mrs. Bryan
dleton presided at the tea service. .
Ajso, assisting in serving 'were Erwin. pompoms, asters of yellow, gladioli and, white and A Lawson! family, reunion,, was Gold Head ParkThe Mr. and Mrs. Billy Grey spent
Included in the 30 guests comprised I 3 days out on Crescent Lake and
Misses Mary Agnes and Anne eoontie held Sunday at Sanlando.Springs. '
palms flanked
Matthews.! of residents of the State by single with ,'40 members of the, family. seventh annual reunion of caught one fish. The 1 and Vz '
Invited to call between the appointed Farm were Mrs. M. E.: inner o t yellow candle tapers.holders with burning attending. the southern branch of the Alder pound prize was landed by Mrs. J S'ettle'r t .

hours four to five-thirty, Orlando and Mrs. J. M. Bradley The punch table centered Those, from Starke attending man family, Florida division, Willbe Gray. Let's hope their luck im ess ,

were ,30 'guests. of Lake Butler with a crystal bowl was sutrounded were Mr., and Mrs. Ewell Lawson, held. 'at, Gold Head BranchState proves in the near: future. '. '
Mrs. CaldweD, who has moved to Mr. and Mrs. H. .A. Lawson, Mr. Park on Sunday, 'July 20, ..--" /
Starke, was presented with a by white greenery and interspersed with and Mrs."M. L. Lawson, and Mr. according to B. J. Alderman of I or {,
Is yellow
Given Reddish
Party: beautiful floor lamp and two Mrs. Conner and pompoms.Mrs. Haines and Mrs J., T. Lawson. and families Grandin, president the group. OffersExpJimation ) ,
bath sets from the ladies Activities scheduled :during the
,For Riley Sweat, lovely greeted guests as they arrived and Nell Crawford. Other i .
as a memento of the occasion. members of the family came from family get-together include
and presented them to',,the
Retiring DeputyMr. receiving athletic contests for'
line composed of Mrs. Auburndale Lakeland, Jackson- the children,. 1
ville": and West Palm Beach. a musical program by Mrs. L. A.
: ,and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Social Club Hildebran. Mrs. Harold, Godwin, Candva and her son, George, an k

: were hosts at a party for Riley Has Mrs. Mack L. Williams Sr., and' inspirational talk by Rev. Jack! [Continued from Page 1] ,
. MeetingThe Mrs.. Logan W. Baldwin: Wesleyan GuildThe service to my ability and I will
Sweat given by the staff of the Mabry Pastor of the Madison
Bradford Inviting the guests to. the gift I attempt, wholeheartedly, to live :
: County Sheriff's Department Street Baptist' Church of Starke,
Starke Social Club :met ,
. of room were Mrs. J. R. Taylor and Wesleyan 'Service Guild, within my budget. .
Thursday.evening '' 'Edward's presentation of awards,'to various
last' week at the hdrne of Bill Tuesday evening at St. Mrs. J. P. Dill and inviting 'the Unit 2, will hold 'a Prayer Break individuals should.. be pointed out I.
. and the annual bust
members I
Hall with and
Parish 19 ; ,
fast in the Methodist think that office
. Reddish, at Kingsley Lake. guests guests to the refreshment table FellowshipHall ness and election meeting. my', has made ...
attending. Mrs. on Sunday morning, July 20 enough money to operate if
"The.troup was J. M. Vickers. Presidingat : ordinary -
: a Other officers in addition to
t. The group voted to give a book,,
at 8:30 o'clock. circumstances
: All members
the are were
punch table pre- _
were Mrs. M.
. Chicken, supper followed by homemade : President Alderman include! Carl, r 1
the Lillian Roth biograph to the :
H. Sheppard and Mrs. Donald asked to attend tile one hour valentft buLdue to ,the. added expenses r
: cream. Bradford Aldermanof'Baltimore, Md., vice ,
County Public Library meeting. 'explained'above
I tfie'ofFlorida
. 1tIr. Suet resigned July is hi appreciation of the services of McRae. Table hostesses were Mrs. president;. Nat Alderman of: ..... .tK' -, -

. from. the Sheriff's department to Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, who was ,Tyler Jones and Misses Sandra Pooler, Ga., treasurer; Mrs. George .
for"Chief of "Police. Jones and Jean Mundy. Keeping nJo/j the '
run C. White of Tallahassee
r secretary and treasurer for the the bride's book Miss invited to attend this delightful I : secretarY / .
was Nancy
The staff presented Mr. Sweat .
and Mrs.
club prior to moving. ; L. A.,Canova of _.
affair between the hours
: with a gold watch as a token of Bates. eightto Starke, assistapt secretary '
During ,the, evening games ,and I taste ofCOKE
hiSfMrvfcJ r > tb the liePartment.S refreshments were enjoyed. Hosts I As a memento. the occasion of-town nine o'clock. Those from out- T. J. Alderman of Hamptonand : good .
the attending Mrs.
. Among the '14 members of 'theitattjaltehding were Mrs. James Watson Mrs. hostesses presented the honoree MacK were 1,. A. Canova of Starke aIn re I
L. Williams. Jr. of Chilli-
with silver
a cream and .
: >; this affair were Robert Halsall, and Mrs. B. J. charge of Arrangements for the -
cothee Ohio, and Mrs. William
.. fir: and Hfs. Robert Green asspecial I Bowden. sugar service. .r reunion. .
Approximately: 150 guests were G. 'Godwin of Cleveland Ohio. Friehds THFflTR
'ts. and
; JUe __ relatives of the .
.. Alderman v nrp ininf i<1 tn 1tha .
.. r .. r -

S S. __ I covered 'dis'h-Picfu luncheon and = COOL!. COOL! -= w SIGN OF GOOD TAST(
- eo program which begins at 11 a. m. "Enioy A Movie Tonight" Ir.

wr .. ..... .
T woa .....mn-.. > Pw 4.eo -wr..Y
t eX Birthday Parties OPENING TIME: :

Mon. ,Through FrI. 1:45: P3I. Bott d w For
. ;t4 YoungstersMichael Sat.'and -SUD. '.. . .; 12:45
REGULAR PRICES Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Company

White celebrated his Adults, .Matinee ... ." .. 40c

- -. fourth birthday last Friday afternoon :-I. Adults, Evenings ... .. 50c
when his 'parents. Mr. and Children, All Day .. . .. 15e

.: .,,' .".... .J..!.". L.. '.. ,.. '. .' v' .. .... Jy ', Mrs. Olin White, Jr gave a party Mon Through Friday: Sitor lira .. Profits In Starke

: .".f': : # ..'.:%*.&.:".": .'. '.,,'' .. ., of.'"r.; ," "..,\ ,. '" for him 'in their carport. Green Students, .cO' ,. . . '25c
'' : gokt and white
paper 1Till 6:00: P.M.
/ : : \ SMthCoronas streamers and balloons were used .
: : } in decorating.The .
. -, Sat. July 19 Only f \1MY '1 W 4 ,
\ .r refreshment table held ra
.. beautiful three-tiered square 'I'
., .. sr white birthday cake decorated in 'PIRk&aOv f PIISMTS'[ 1
.. h:5yria:iabh,,.ppkW x"n ,, pink and green, and a punch bowl CA PUI'MA mf w [ '
. .. pf.pink lemonade. 1

.. The 23 little friends enjoyed ;
.a., "-, A pr games during the party hours and I I FRIDAY, SATURDAY -- JULY 18, 19

.. received favors of
candy., bubble
... i j gum and.balloons.. Moipouc I t I Ia Beautiful Assortment

f jumount fie-bicuc I
> Tim Thompson was host to 15
"' ," of his little friends AND ,
on Tuesday Ladies DressesRegular
.. p a y afternoon when his mother Mrs. IhID
'I Bill Thompson,
gave a party for
T a .' him in celebration of his seventh
r C o' birthday .
c anniversary.A
, i. \ ? ,
k Cc
. ; ; N O .' circus theme prevailed on the
-: ( A \ Thompson lawn for the party,
Sale Pri
complete with pony rides. The e -
lawn mower was ,
e : converted intoa
\ yrc
,1 ",. train, and a refreshment booth Plus "Heaven Scent" Cartoon ,. Regular 6.95 Value

.. .. t-, .'"-<. .... served ice cream cones and other SUN., MON., TUBS.
.' -, :.,..: goodies which were bought with Sale Price 3.95;
t ? B r July 20- 21 22
-: "". :; play money. The refreshment | ,
-->".: :: :.;-, { table further carried
" ., out the circus
w4 ,,,:..r:1'..:.1'1:' I theme. Regular 7.95 Value

:. :' ': .. tI!,'' .Mrs. Thompson was assisted ta Fraulem Sale Price 5.95

I 'o. ,: serving and caring for her son's -
: i) j.'tires
I' guests by Mrs. Leo Champion and .
: .
I.. tii. Mrs. Don Champion. Regular 8.95 Value
1 y
) **

: .' How you can enjoy Effortless Typing ; .>:It*'r. <: Open House Held BMAWYNTER' Sale PriceRegular 5.95

: 1\: %* f.w'4' l"'ti- ; .With beautiful "print-perfect" letters every time ,; At New ParsonageThe MEL 12.9 5 Value
s .. > FERRER
1" ;.. I- .". 0 .., -V \
II ..'\.r .. .' '
Never before has it been and much fun With the Smith- new Methodist parsonage 'CHORESMICHAELS' ) Sale Price 8.95
:. i. .:: .o;:. : :' ': so easy so totype. new -'kr" at 1605 Raiford Road was the ;r -

:, I- : : i?/:.. ': Corona ElechlcPortable a gentlelouch of the keys and electricity takes the work:: r,- setting for a lovely open house .

II; t. '.}." '"'" \ [. off your bands quickly, quietly and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling as -. Sunday afternoon from two to fiveo'clock 0 Regular 14.95 Value

.. ; ... :. : :,,- '. J. h fresh and related as,frhen yon began.-And no Mattel how'you: strike the'keys, : I sponsored by the Methodist "Sailing and Village Band"

: \/{'s'r .<:'.'r'" .-. -" every character prints,with'the same sharp,uniform impression. Just think of the. WSCS.Arrangements'of. Cartoon.' Sale Price 8.95

new pride you will take in your personal correspondence! 'You owe it'to yourself- .- '\k : were( mixed flowers Wed., Thur., FrL
placed at
;"" to see and try the revolutionary new Smith Corona Electrfi SHip 'N BLOUSESRegular
.... SHORE
** .; ** ". !' occasion. The refreshment table
\: frlij
-' 'was overlaid 'With a white linencloth _TIIIt-

:i: : I+:: '.n_ .C and centered with; a crystal i 'hICS, l-Ul1I'All! J il. Price .

i %( W (fWJJJtf" punch ,BowL Crystal trays held.!
.' P .. cookies, nuts. and mints. 8

f" .. ,.".' ..'..,... ". u..f Greeting the guests 'as they arrived ( SaJePHce2. 1

{' 1:'" were Rev. and Mrs. Donald
t ; .\ '. 't.-. Kokomoor and Mrs Titus Olson,
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Even with'the many i new'features'on theSmith. -Corona Electric'. t' < president of the Society. Servingas '
'. .. :, guides on.the tour of the home I ,Regular Price
: Portable_ typewriter, it's amazingly compact and easy;to.Can y:And f '.: .. were John'Torode. Dr. R. S. Mul- 1/{

it comes with its own luxurious "Holiday" carrying case. ,.i lins T. IL. Slade Sr. Gilbert Gold- 2.98 1r 9 8

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... gins, M. W; Lance L. D. Virnng. Sale Price
and Merrill Struth. Presiding ,at
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; Mrs. R.. S. Muffins Mrs. W, .G.Hafle STUMP.DEPARTMENT

BRADFORD : *. MrsC, IX Williams, Mr.
: Clyde Sinclair. and Mrs. T. H. ttLXMi ; Ddl.B.l'

J .. ,. ,. .. Slade, Sr.
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: _J_ -- .. """ John Mack Newsome, who lal t s7GQIdw&JtaR tm'. '\dr".tot.;.M;; ndMrs-R: A.'Cefeon' and I 120 F ur.H Girls Elrod' Returns CARD OF THANKS

.... .,. ..,"" e' -" .... 1.I employed 'i 1n'ckso9viUe..,.spent. the staff of the Keystone- -Heights. Mr.. and Mn. a. B. colicn spent,, Wcrds cannot4 aifeijuaidy express

Tuesday with Ws parents, State'R&nL. : Sunday J* tllf ew Port Richey and Return SaturdayFrom From Convention my deep appreciation for
Ann Joyner is attending the Miss Margaret Rose Duncan was Tarpon Springs'rislUng-'Mr. and
Week's Camp Of Lions LeadersA the many kind and sympatheticacts
I' SfcfiIN seventh grade Picneer Camp atMontgomery the OV'ermPt.guest Tuesday of Mrs.. M WWiams.. : I of friends and neighbors at

Conference'' Grounds her cousin, :Misa. Su Duncan- in I Mr.; and':Mrs* J. 'B. Dansby and Returning Saturday from a week of parties banquets I the time of my beres vement. For

this week.. GainesTiUe. son,of__Perry spent the-first of, week's camping at Cherry Lake dancing first class entertainmentand I the beautiful service, flowers andI
THE NEWS James Montgomery of Lake I Mrs.. Merrill Edwards anf family last week4 'itho'Mr.., and Mrs. R. near Madison are, 20 4-H'ers. I serious business sessions I other'comfcrting acts I am deeply

City brother. of David Montgomery spent the weekend with hermother O. Dansby.. : They are: Hampton Club-Myr. highlighted the 41st International I I' grateful. I also wish to thank _
Mrs. H. G. Merow in '
__...,... ...._- ..... .. ... ...... -e of this city, was examined and Mrs..,Donald Kokomoor- and tie Ann Hinson, Frances Lott Lions Convention i in Chicago attended those who gave donations to the
licensed to preach in .the Suwan? ; Tampa. Karl leave for and Sandra Hi1debr nd.' Brooke by Mr, and Mrs. Harry C. cancer fund in memoiy of my
'- on Saturday:
Dr. B. A. Pope Jr. of Nrf 01k. Mrs. G. N. Grant of Orlando is nee Pr sbtery'recentIi. Mrs. W. N. North of the State ; .' -
Club JCelley Argent Elrod] cf Starke. wife.T.. R. Connell.
Atlanta, Ga. to spend several -Judy JTomlinscn -I
Va. made a flying trip here over visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs. L, N. Pickering and Mrs. Farm has. purchased the Howard i
I I weeks with her parents, Mr. and and Thelma Knight. Law- Over 37.000 persons from 91
JL Smith home at 514 W. Adkins
the wekend to visit his family this week. Garl Mathews. attended a luncheon -
Mrs.. L. E. Loemker tey Club -Lorraine Priest Linda I. countries and localities were represented -
street aad will taKe occupancy by .
who are visiting Mrs. Pope's moth for Mrs.. Bruce Mathews.. 'a
and Lester and
Mr. Mrs. Crews
August first ,Mr.. and Mrs. Smith Co!. and Mrs H. C. Wall and Green. Kathie Jcnes and Carol' at the gala affair that D
ed. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley daughter, Carolyn, were in Quincy recent bride, at home of Mrs. Wil- EBIC
Lake. !: 11am Siprelle in Jacksonville last and family are" moving to..Gaines laughter, Nancy Dee, of St. Jean Mosley. Starke ClubLinda I I saw Dudley L. Sims of West
|I II Sunday visiting Mrs. G. W. ,La- .
Anne''I Saturday, ville the last of the month, where Augustine were weekend guests Cox. Suzi Broadway' ,Mary Bo- Virginia installed.. ,.' as International. STARKE FLA.
Misses Sally Sink and Mar.Patsy ,Mrs. .Eva Anderson is spending Mr. SmTH is employed as a con of'Mr,, and Mrs JuniusSmi: $h. linger, Phyllis Ann Darby, sui I President- and Sweden's Pierce
Matthews the next
are spending
Coleman celebrated her Judd Sharon Knight Sylvia President.
anne Stahl as 3rd Vice
Smiths h9d.as
two weeks visiting relatives of the ati I I the summer with,her lister. Mrs. lhe Sunday\
11th birthday anniversary .. and Mrs. J. P.' Dill will be 'visitors Mr. and Mrs. Charles My Ricks Cheryl .Shealy Bernadette Florida District Governor Elrod
Sinks in .Lexington and Salisbury. Hampton Beach Sunday with Dale Calif..Van..Sickle.. .,xc4nge1es, visiting their son-in-law and ers. and children: of' 'Jacksonville.Mr. Soto, and Becky,Thompson, attended District GOvernor'sschool Fri., Sat. July 18, 19

*:p.c. friends, and her parents.Mr. Brenda Lewis is visiting her daughter Mr., and Mrs. Oscar' nd//''Mrs. Chester HadsockOf Judy Kelley and Linda Cox ,, at which 328 of the 350 DOUBLE FEATURE -

Earl: Shepard of Atlanta and and Mrs. B. 8. Merritt of cousin, Priscdla Cox in Live Oak Hendrix. in Palatka on Friday. Valdosta. Ga. were Sunday were Counselors and Frances Lott District Governors were present Jumping Jacks

;E' }Irs. E. H. McArthur of EUijay, Kingsley Lake have had as guests this week., and Saturday. visitors of Mr.and. Mrs. Randal and Argent Tomlinson were Captains ,j I representing over 14,000 ,clubs in Dean Martin Jerry Lewis

:; Da. are visiting their cousin, Mrs. their son-in-law and daughter : .Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lewis and i Judge and..Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. Chitty.Mr. of their cabins. the entire organization.Peter AND

C. A. Knight, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duke, and their' I have, as guests: this month .Mr. 1 I
family are spending two weeks at and Mrs. Jimmy Davis and The day was divided into class Donald served as emcee Saddle The Wind
; Mrs B. M. McRae and Mrs. T. daughter of Orlando. Santa Fe Lake. I and Mrs. Yawn. Sr. ..of. Statesburg. u..u__ ".uLL_' __', __ n u/nrfr, rwrpoHrm. an/1 vecnoreThe : : !''n'.. tVio..... twA. pntprtflinmpnt nihb! H _
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p. Norman were visiting friends I Alton Coleman. who is employed ,Betty an4 Larry Martinez- of N. Y.. uiree Moore aaugniers of Bl ckshear ana MISS, Ga.,xaaruyn I I classes were rtb; the home.j:i that featured such stars as Herb : Robert Taylor, Julie London
were Color
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and relatives in Orlando, :Fort at the Sperry plant in Gainesville, Jacksonville are .visiting their Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell visiting Mrs-Daisy Ferryman" Crafts in which the girls guilded'' Shriner Sam Levenson, Jane Russell -
Lauderdale and Miami last week. I I Starke, Mre..A. G. .Young,. and Cartoon For Kids.
was a Sunday guest of Mr. and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Del Colley,on Wednesday .of and decorated containers for I and Brenda Lee. The largest I

'Miss. Frances 'Landrum has as Mrs. Jesse Coleman. Martinez this week M .:.Emery Dean of Fairfield. last week. their personal possessions; and and. longest parade .in Chicago's SUN., MONU TUES.

houseguests this week three of her Mrs. Simeon Philips of Palatka, : Wanda Wall is spending a and Mack 'Yongue,and son Henry, swimming. I history marched through the July 20, 21, 22
last: Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman haveas
classmates from Brenau Academy, resident under i month her aunt of Ocala; were, :Thursday windy' ity"to the beat of 80 big DOUBLE FEATURE
a farmer Starke with Mrs; F.. C. guests of Judge and Mrs. Tv. A. guests this week Mrs. Kent Dix At the end of each day a vesper -
Miss Evelyn Thompson'of Atlanta went surgery in Bradford County Richards in West Palm Beach. Jr., children of Jacksonville. service was held in the cabins. !! brass bands making that city well FORT MASSACREWith
Ga., and Misses Carol and Lynn Hospital last week. Miss Louise..Stern. is ,.visiting Yawn: : ancj aware of' the Lions presence.
Mrs. Dave Paulk spent the R. A. Weeks of is Talent and. stunts on the theme.' Joe McCrea
jCeUaer" at St. The r Jacksonville '
Petersburg. ,
Mrs., Bill, Clark Uv i at the business sessions -
Johnson,City Speakers
Rev. W. S. McAliley attendedthe ... of outer space formed the pro-I
Beacl .
'lD weekend at, New. Smyrna .. spending two weeks with Mr. and ANDOperation
girls-.were guests of Mr. and ]
Tenn. for two -weeks ,. included Sen. Joseph W
of the Su- '
summer at night after which
:Mrs.. FrnfcM! vLandrum, at the wannee Presbytery at the Riverside Mrs. L. D.. Vining spent last visiting Mry and Mrs. Ervin Andrews -, llrsl Lake Junius. Smith. at, Kingsley were gram enjoyed. Thursday night games the !
}.andrum.cap i in the Ocala Scrub week in Marianna visiting Mrs. I :; and.son. Larry David. Mrs. : U. S. House of Representatives, Jack Lemmon. Ernie Kovacs
Presbyterian Church ;in This
girls had an "Out of ;
I Paulk brought her grandson Larry Wprld :
overnight Wednesday, J ksonvilleuesday., Marguerite, Dickens} while Mr.; [ Mrs. Alice Anderson spent the I Part7"fllakingpaper rockets and: DrWernh'er Von Braun director I Kathryn Grant, Mickey Rooney

V 1cl MI'IJtwm! Hershey of 1 n __ u ftnine. was.. __ nn__ _A fishin .trin..... 'SIt_,. David:, home with her,for ",a weekend ,with Mr.. and Mrs..J. C. .. ,. of the atomic missile de- PIm, "", In.. "..,,.tnnn In.. .. I"hl1d'wan. .
!'Dr. and Ml's..W. H.'Mitchell and r----# auu miming IClcya. I a ".a VV'V v. .vv" a -- -
weeK VISit.Charlene
Fort at Swan Lake.
g1et Myers. -
11av had as:guests velopmentMr. program. I I
heir aunt Mug.Porci* Hershey.I Frank Mitchell of Lakeland were Mrs. Kate Sheppard was visiting Hardy spent last : Mrs. Ada Alexander and daugh- The girls decorated,their tables i and Mrs Elrnd toured the :: Wed.. Thur. July 23, 24
to Saturday in Gaines with native material for
1 Tuesday : the i
Tuesday! "visitors toflMrs. j. M. friends ter. Wilma have banquet DOUBLE FEATURE -
and Mrj.'fioaldins of Jacksonville, at Fort White on ..Tues returned froma -
villa visiting her cousins,. BOlieLee Friday night and then the International Building on Michi-
'and. his; cabins and,>i family, from|Mitchell and ''Mr and Mrs. Lester day. month's visit with friends and saw : War Of The SatellitesDick
I and ,Ydrah.Bryan. Ydrah ;returned traditional 'candle lighting cere-1 lan! Ave.. the musical pro- i
New J Mr. and Mrs. William Lldiafdand relatives in Dallas, Texas. I
Yorteyuaiaj 90* *&o> y ;)1 Crewel j 1WP w jjj wy to Starke with Charlene to mony closed the camp. This wa! duction, "My Fair Lady," and Miller Susan Cabot, Richard
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ww Mr. and Mrs. Duke Monohanand -
< spend, the, weekend Frankie Johnny Kopelousos and ,cousin, held on the; lawn symbolizing the!t stayed at the Morris Hotel. They Devon
daughter Marge, of. Hartford, Miss' I
Remas of
... Hardy. n the first part of he Mary Jacksonville, spirit of 4-H in the development attended a Florida breakfast And
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inHi > Mum Mfa. '
Ciutr* ffie ,tali WoIf S. day of were.last overnight week of guests their Mon-aunt, week in Gainesville Visiting. hiS spent Sunday. 'in Valdosta. Ga. of Head, Heart,' Hands: and which 'was held for delegates of Attack Of The 50 Ft.

I. Mrs. V. S. St. John. cousin, Hagney Bryan. Miss Donna Aronson of Omaha, Health.. The girls put lighted the sunshine state.

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppardand Ida'.Lou -Plummer. 'of Atlanta is Neb.. and Miss Barbara Colley, candles, forming a large "H" on Next year, the international WomanAllison

family leave for two visiting her uncle and. aunt,, Mr,I' both students of Charity Hospital, a raft and as. they watched it ccnvention will be held in. New I Hayes. William Hudson

.I weeks vacation in Sunday Greensboro; and'I and,_;AIrs.lLP. Hazen, for a New Orleans, La. spent,the weekend .burning bright while floating out York City. I Plus Color Cartoon

,, Ridgecrest, N. C.. month.. ., with Barbara's mother Mrs. in the lake they sang Followthe

Miss Mara Ann Payne and Bob Mr.,.aDd Mrs. R. D. Hawkins of Del.Colley. } Gleam. ..

Smith will return home Saturday Tampa were -
from five weeks at the FSU music and'Mrs. PG.l4..BarefootMr.Charles : r and family were attending .the $Tune'.the.ProflftMSf

I camp in Tallahassee. M Hard and children Furniture Mart at High Point N.C Children's Group
in Palatka last Thursday lastweek
were and
also vacationed
Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray have
FRIDAY, SATURDAY -- JULY 18, 19 I moved from 717 .w. Call uSt. to I: visiting ,her. mother,,;Mrs.G. at Myrtle. (,Beach,.'SVC.i : Will Ask Funds,:

their: new home on Edwards Loop. -McGauley.' het brought bacjc i ..Mr$* E. C. Morris and daughter, For Child WelfareThe

Mr. and Mrs. Robert ReadJr.. and her Drt..c; aie,,.wpo jhad been Sue, of Pompano Beach are visiting

daughter...Diana,.of Bronson ar& visiting. her-.tor:: two.we Jq;. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Bradford County Childrens
Dr. and Mrs. Paul. Huffman
occupying the Moncrief house .u this .wee { Committee .meeting Monday at
Jr. of Ala. and Mrs.
which! .the Pjttrays..,Treated. Mr. Birmingham Guests of Mrs. R. H. Barbourat the Garden Restaurant, voted to
Huffman. Sr. of Eufaula. Ala.
Read is Forester for International Kingsley? Lake are Mrs. Vm. send a resolution to. ,the County

Paper Co. Mrs.were; Gilbert weekend Goldwire.guests of Mr; and I Wallace! and Miss Helen Reinoehl Commissioners! .asking! tjiajt 'money FRIDAY, SATURDAY JULY 18,19

""Mr: and Mrs. Jesse Newsome L.;::1 .Jacksonville,'Mrs. W.,vYoung be budgeted help pay a Child
4 i S visited Mr. Mrs. Gladys.Weldon.and daughter and of MiSs 'KatherhieYoung' of Welfare worker for the county.
and Mrs. Morris Wil- ,
ar '
hams and family ,.in. Folkston, on 1 Oviedo and?'Mr, arid Mrs.'D. S. They agreed there was need for
'.' Sunday. weeks. visiting.k her son-in-law Barbour and two children,"Sally such a worker and if the UommiaeinnATOl ....-. -"'._ "' ,. _

_Pyt. h Wayne Mundorff of Fort I M.and Patrick daughter Mr."and"Mrs. C. ITUU.-..l .Y.,uiiu..,-_, .ui... 'n'ft..JJid.UUO.B. ._ _.' I ..........".. ... urill..... r'J ngv ,T\att,-, .. -nf. tho...- I :c- ,.. .. ., -:;: % ,.. ,. #-' : .
and family. '
: -'LACE TABLECLOTHS Jackson, S. is'home on a w ek's Barry: Firth, .is spending two A.. Pope of Norfolk. v:. spent I worker necessary would fund be a assigned Child Welfare to this I .'

leave of absence. He leaves! Mon- weeks at Camp ,II unokale near. the'. weekend. :" with hisjramily. at county. The resolution was drawn : ,.. \,1

72 x 90 Inches day for Fort Bliss. Texas, wherehe Keystone. the Adkins placV'on'..- "- .Kingsley". and delivered 'to clerk Charles : 6'I"N eo :. .:

,will enter an Electronic School. .Mr?.. R. A.'Eberle and sons were Lake. Darby. '. E ',......<:.;J..

.. ..; Mrs.. Maude Lappe is a patientin vacat oning. last week .in: Frost- Miss Kate Sheppard was the I _. i. T _

; the Bradford County Hospital proof, Searing and Winter Hav.e'n.. Postage Stamps speaker"at the meeting, telling of ( .,.' .. ./ .. ,. '

1.98Very with a cut hand and infection, M s. W, H.Edwardg! of; Jacksonville her observations while visiting .;- __ __ < I': & L. .
: } the oversight guet Sun- Will OdsF:More
-Mrs.' 0. L. Patten left Sunday w.all ; : county health and welfare facilities -

fora.: : three weeks visit with JudgePatten's :dar of Mrand Mrs.tDrew. jied- After August ,1stIt for a course she took at the

brother-in-law/ S&T dish. The Reddish family, ,'also: had University of:Florida this sum I'I

ter, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis in as ,Sunday visitors, Mrs; David i will cost you four cents Instead mer.. -'
at this Price! Moore of Jacksonville, and, Mrs.C. -
Special Crawfordsville, Iowa.
of. three to mail a letter Other action taken by the group ;
._Y, Mayo .of Tampa. : ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell when the new postal rates. go Into was to assess themselves. $2 per ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of -
have moved from the State Fan : -. -
effect August. 1. member each ,year to help meetexpense.s. *s -
to the Raiford Road, across from Williston were visiting! 1-t.1.!' and -
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We are happy to join the other progressive Mrs. W. T, Jackson on Sunday The postal, hike. came after j
merchants, of Starke in the Shopportunity their son-in-law and daughter .Mr.'and : President Eisenhower with some ___________ - -.- w ._
Mrs..JosephKauffmanof -
Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn: Jr. (

I Days 'Trade Promotion Program and invite Mr. Caldwell has retired after 30 Kingsley Lake have as guests ,a'boost objections, in signed rates a in bill letters providing, air Funeral SundayFor For HIM .

I our customers to get their Profit Sharing years employment at the, State i. for.two,.weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Jack. mall, post cards, newspapers, Mrs. Rigdon Modem and Masculine
Prison. Qingelsmith and family of. Barberton ,
'" Coupons at our store. magazines an'd.:advertising, mat
r Mrs. Annie Shelp, mother of Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins ter.. Longtime ResidentFuneral For HER .
Mrs. G. L. Farber, entered River _
J. VANHSPRIEST' side Hospital in Jacksonville: on have been v iting,Mrs. Huggins' The legislation also carries pay services were held Sun ; t. Dainty and Dependable

Monday for observation and mother. Mrs.. S. M. Jeffords : /n increases for some 520,000 postal day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the 'C

treatment.Mr. Alachua General Hospital'"-where workers and may prompt pay Union Primitive Baptist Cb\l\ h.. : Your Choice fl 95
raises, for. another million workers -
she underwent surgery Wednest .,
Aslean Raulerson Rig-
Eddie for Mrs.
and Mrs. Feingoldand -
CO. children of Boston Mass, day. Jn den 77. widow of the late!? John 4 OfMany iii
Dr. and Mrs. James Chace cf ,had asked a big
last Friday visitors of Mr. J. ,Rigdon. "
were *
en- of Gainesville were Saturday! ge. ,rate increase and a smaller I p .. 4i& *.i
and Mrs. J. G. CaldweU while Mrs. Rigdon died Wednesdayof -- 1. :
afternoon visitors of Mre. Etta boosten the"rO nds't
Starke, Fla. route to their parents' borne in pay ? f1t last week at her home neaj I '\: '

'. Ocala for a visit. Hoover. I the. new. rate adjustments* alloyuuu&icu -i.Starke after a brief illness. Slie I I
.. ed by Congress "failed by several -
i. ,. Mr.. .and--Mrs. T. B. Fowler-, ._ .._ .. twas 'born' In Baker, CountyPpfl i'aaE I'fl1L
-- daughter.,. Kay. and son, Tal, of!, uiuuuu uuiiars ui UW" August 13, 1880 the daughter of J n.U7
r Tuscaloosa Ala. spent.the first of the"H postal account 'into. balance., the Jate Dave and Mary Sweat I $6
[ the week with Airmail rates will 'from 6 ; ,
: Mr. and,.Mrs. W go Raulerson. She had resided near c4M
T. .Jackson.Mr. to 7. cents. 'with air mail postcards Starke for 62 years.
from 4 to 5 cents.. Regular ELGIN SYMPHONY The
and Mrs. Drew Reddish and 1
Mrs. Rigdon was a charter .
family,. Sheriff and Mrs. P. post cards will go from 2 to13 '
member of the Union Primitive classic de
( loveliness of true
? Reddish and family, and D.I cents." ?
Baptist Church, where she had
.. N E W Reddish, Sr spent the. ,weekendat I. Third class rates will be 3 '' held membership ,for. ,52 years. I sign. :Elgin's famous accu47
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Cedar Key. cents' for the first 2 ounces and \ -
-. She is survived by three daughters -
Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlong and 1 cne and a half cents for each additional Mrs. J. L. Gentry, Starke, racy. Matching expansion,

\ son Bill of Gainesville spent the ounce I with a weight. Mrs. Marie_McMillian. St. Peters- -
weekend with Mr.; and. Mrs.V.' .V.. I Emit of 16 ounces. Parcel post. burgh and Mrs: Marian Penny i bracelet.
Hazen.. rates will remain the same"
I Boston, Mass.; two sons, Arthur I
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins returned I The- higher rates for newspapers Rigdon, Jacksonville;' Lacy Rig- Let test watch FREE of Charge

home Wednesday, Jrom Doctors magazines and advertising! don Starke; three grandchildren, us your

Hospital after ten days,, matter will not..become effective and. six, great. grandchildren.. ., I t on our Famous "Watch Master" '
COnfine-'j I until next. 1. \
WRGRW9QKCS; ment for observation January Funeral services were conducted -
ment. Rates on the advertising. portion -
ft< f i I of 'and by,; Elder B. H. Rawls .i(jand -

..... f'i. i Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ogden of will newspapers rise'"from 60. percent magazines Elder" Herman '1,. Moody. Burial I I GEM JEWELRY
Pompano Beach, ,Mr.rand Mrs. J.
:, was in Dyal Cemetery: under the
annual ,jumps. : (
in three, On the I .
H. Soweil.:and MrvR. McDavid cf DeWitt C. Jones -c .e.
direction\ :
1 editorial portion: o{ these. pulIationthe -
of Wednesday
Brooke last ;
1 4Jo"ereC Funeral Home. I II "STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER"

guests 9f..Mr. and .Mrs.,V. V. Hazr ,also, inthre.e,rate will!. annual pa.. ip stages.30 ,percent ,Active pall bearers, were "E. L., 109 E. Call St. Phone. 170

DID YOU KNOW% ? QUESTION QF THE en.Mr. t I I J Lonnie, Azry, Spencer, and D. H. I -

;, ; '. and' Mrs. George Bishop, Crawford and U. S./, Rhoden. 'I
J in were- visiting her parents ,Mr. Taxpayers .May I ..

WEEK : i' and Mrs. Lex Green last' week Voice ComplaintsOn

Future Future. following their weddingIp. Ijhey; "

/ t left Tuesday.for, Charlpttesville, August 4th

Future! Contests! Va, whereMr..Bishopwjjl finish Bradford' &unit taxpayers will FORD SALES FORD SERVICE FORD PARTS

Exciting hTs' senior year.at..the. \Vniversity '
a. I
have their annual "day in court" ,
',' '.- ", of, Virginia. \j jMrs. ..
i' at '10 a. m.. Monda,. .AUI., '
1 Z and Better More Informative and L.H. Jennings getting 4'1. '
Bigger x when Tax Assessor >Gene WITH CLYDE
...- ..' :. '. .. '-.f. .".\\. M?W%*W. *,**.- >-.""',.V' along nicely in,Baptist Memorial I will meet with the Board 10f( TERWILLEGAij
Hospital ,Jacksonville where ;,she County'Commissioners t in' the, office .

Entertainment. Educational! underwent, surgery, last Thursday.Mr. of clerk .of -the.Circuit Court. S YOU BUY

_. t nocI .! .,'and Mrs. Elden 'Mathewsand _Purpose of,this Jneettag will_be q BEFORE .

;family iavesold their house to 'hear complaints and receive ,.,... -

.- at." 1341; Blanding street to ,Mr. i testimony as to: 'the Value of anyproperty t.t Our volume and low overhead saves ycu money.

and ,MrsvWv H*, Hand of Hawtfeorae. .' real, personal, ,or: in
I '
,: LATEST UNITED PRESS NEWSSTARKE'S ,The Mathews, haye mqved! tangible sonaI.' as fixed' by theATsipn Buy Now and Save Hundreds of $ $ $ .

.' I'I. to,.1330. Johns .Drive,,. Saratoga (rolls ,IdT l98,

...: ii Heights. Mr.. Hand is a rf preseBt.I .- and tp. equalize such. assessments"

:, -.. I ative.of Gulf-Life Insurance Co.Mr when justified. '. i'

: _.and ,Mrs- Eddie ,Hartmann An persons
I T4:t ELECTRONIC YOKE t and.daughter,:Katie .Watson, -and subject to ,assessment in Brad-' TERW1LLEGAR( MOTORStf
JhLt friend? of-JlcksonYil1e'1ere an-j ford Comity are invited to -,p- II.

q.&U ts.of.Mr.. and Mrs. Don' pear at this meeting"for the pp-

Champion and 'funil; at Pall pose of registering complaints. I
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al business 2 miles south of Hampton, same and fur final discharge as ad
f -e-
r- i Baldwin Gets Fla. ministratrix of the estate of Kich- w. c. T. u;
POLITICOES E. D. Allen Box 26, Hampton Fla., ard Stephen Fernandez, deceased.
sole cwner. Dated this June n, 19a8! at StarKe,
WestinghouseRepqir Dated this 19th day of June, A. D. Bradford County Florida. "TRAFFIC JAMS CAUSE FEW-
1958 at Starke, Bradford County 81| Eva L. FernandesAdminlstratrix ER ACCIDENTS THAN PICKtED.
Florida. of the estate ,-
ANNOUNCE 6119 4t 7110| of Richard Stephen "'ernan-I'' DRIVERS."
Plant des, deceased. [NATIONAL VOICE!
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la Court Of County Judge Brad f ,
ford COB.IF. Mate of Florida.IN .
FOR COUNTY OFFICE The manufacturing and repair RE: ESTATE OF K1CWAK1J

division of Westinghouse Electric ] STEPHEN deceased.NOTICE FERNANDEZ,

UNLAWFUL Mrs Chastain Corporation, Atlanta Ga. will OF ,FILING PETITION
about 25 miles north of Starkeon TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CUNCEKN! :
Mrs.; Jessie Chastain ,incumb-
Notice is hereby given that 1 .
U.. S. Highway 301. an-
ent County Commissioner from have filed my final returns as ad-
nouncement was made by O. O.T ministratrix of the estate of Richard

Graham District ]4 qualified[Hampton last Friday Th ressa.as Rae vice president in charge of| that Stephen I have filed Fernandez my petition, deceased for;

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in a candidate for re-election. the company's southeastern re- oly final to discharge the Honorable and that Theron 1 will ap-A. Now On Display

Mrs. Chastain is 'now' servingout gicn. Yawn. County Judge of Bradford
The company has .exercised its County. Florida, on July 11. ms
her second full term in office. at 10:00 a.m., for approval of the

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless She was'first appointed to fill the option land on to the purchase east side 4.5.acres of. Baldwinfor of I 1958 FORD FOUR PASSENGERAIR

unexpired term of her husband
the location of the new facility CONDITIONED THUNDERBIRD
the late T. C. Chastain makinga
Rae said. It is expected that ,
total of nine and a half yearsin the building will be of brick, concrete Fully PoweredTERWILLEGAR
The Name Is Registered . the office
::1 block and steel construction -
In announcing, she stated that,
.' and will house about 18.000
;, : :" ,
'1 : .. if re-elected, she would continueto s
'J. feet 'of shop and office
..ri7 ; give:her best efforts to the of- square
,!. ,,: .'" .. ,., frbe
q, ice "serving conscientiously in -
J to plans,
According present -
the future as I have done in the MOTORS
construction'should be started in PR0FITS'
the latter part of 1958 and com-

ReadlhisFloridaLaw"It pleted in mid-1959. About 50 per-

E. L. Crawford sons are expected to be employedat

the Baldwin plant when full

shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined hernia, to E. L. Crawford incumbent operations are reached Rae said.

business herein defined under fictitious herein defined County Commissioner from Dis- Back-stopping' these people who
engage in as a name as ,
will be trained as specialists in
trict 2, North Starke has an-
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the nounced his candidacy and quali- apparatus repair, will be the engineering -

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis fied for reelection.In research and inventory 1

with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af making his announcement resources of the corporation. The
Mr. Crawford said that he felt new plant will serve railroads,

fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of his past years of experience on industrial concerns and electric r y*

all those interested,in the business enterprise, the extent of the in- the board would be valuable in I utility customers in Florida and

terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. administering the county.Ethan the. business affairsof southern The property Georgia.being purchasedfor I or

Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring the new plant is situated at,

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or the intersection of U. S. Routes
A. Sapp 90 and 301 and is served by the
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four Florida Power and Light Com- -- __

((4)) consecutive.weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county E. A. Sapp of New River an- pany.

where .'registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be nounced this week for reelectionto ,Mr. Rae cited the exceptional
the Bradford County School
industrial growth in Florida as
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of Beard from Dist. 3 [Brooker, New I the primary reason prompting .. --.

such publication. River]. Westinghouse to build the new art.:

Mr.;Sapp. who is nearing the plant. He noted that since 1946 V rt iirnftniiTrr

end of his,first four-year term on employment at Florida manufact- I -

If in business under the board, paid his. qualifying fees uring locations has increased at
you are any name Tuesday.In a rate that is five times greater ryP? 7 Sell It Rent ft Trade It

than the national in-
t announcing, he expressed ap- '

other than your own, and have not had this name given preciation ing the him to opportunity to the,office voters hoped of for serving elect-to be uring crease.The and Westinghouse repair division manufact-operates I'A WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

again. slants' in 39 locations throughoutthe

country which repair electrical Aao11 tea ..... WORDS OR LESS, One Insertion (Mlal... Chant __ JS
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advertised and will be
properly registered we D. W. equipment. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 -_, ,_ _____ 4e Per Word...


glad to give all Information to W. Starling, incumbent Tobacco Barn
This Week
you necessary chairman of the Bradford County Special CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ______ ,1\25 Per lack First I..*rtU.
School Board, announced yester-

day that he will be a candidate 29995 CARDS OF THANK U'p T. DO Words) ------ ____ I3.C

what you should do.BRADFORD for reelection.Mr. Loss Of.$1,300 OVER BO WORDS __________________ 4 Ceats Per W.r'

Starling represents District MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS -__,- 4 Cento Per Word
1, Lawtey and. is serving out his A tobacco barn belonging to .

first four-year term. He paid his Rolin Griffis and filled,with tobacco -
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Qualifying fees at the clerk's of- belonging to J. B. White- About 5 hp. Must be good good con fence posts. mites process North on treated:sou

fice Wednesday.. head :and. Pat Yarbrough burnedto dittlon. Phone 352 after & p.m. Green & uattkea Post Co.. ucWE.HAVE..n.w.loan *

"I have tried to perform my the.ground in the western partof FOR SALE-For balance due on

M duties'to the best of my ability;? _the county Tuesday. bank new, Westinghouse contracts some and TV seta Kmerson.like Loans of 1 program"fol'farmers. to 6 years
Mr. Starling said, "and would appreciate It is, estimated that, the barn Dahmers Gift Shoppe. tlchg for the entire credit requirements

another term in office contained_ around 900 pounds of weekTWOCYCLE FOR RE Furnished first floor ily. Gainesville of the farmer Production and his Credit.fam

r cured...tobacco ,with an approximate apartments. Close In desirable lO- Association, (20 north Main,
value of $500. Replacementvalue cation. All conveniences.' w. H. Gainesville, Pla. tfchff
FOR CITY OFFICE : Nollman, 228 W. Madson St. tfchg

WHY %WIT?!' OWN YOUR OWN HOME NOW! Rondo/l around of$800.the barn itself would be HAY BAILING Twine Tie. Any : All RADIOS Hake .-.B AJI.IJBED.K. >la _

ChittyRandal Cause,of the blaze is not defi- amount or type. Contact A. II. Barley leaMBable Charges gaaraate.d
Hwy 16, or S. R. Marco, 481-J, II.PIIERD'S RADIO & TV
4 known but barn
nitely tobacco 219 283-Y. 4tchg 7-17 lamaa Green, Owner '
I P. Chitty incumbent fires are: usually the result of dry 226 W. Call St. Pleas :3$

City Councilman from Group 2, leaves falling on the burner used LAKEVIEW BEACH COTTAGES! SUfke, Fla. -
$25 By week fish swim, picnic. Phone}
announced this week that he would in curing. Temperature, inside the Waldo HO 82552. Mrs. Maude FOR SALE-14 in x 11 ft. 'steel

seek re-election m the forthcomingCity barns ranges. from 160 to 170 degrees FLEXIBILITY .Kahr, Box 605, Earleton. Fla. culvert pipe. $l.25 ft. ALSO Build.
4tp 7-17 Ing lots for sale la 8.nth Cat
election. He has served one during the curing process.
SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS Subdivision. Low. dawn payment.
year on the Council completingan The loss,was not covered by-in KIXC.SI.KY LIKE LOTS Low monthly payments.' BILLY
unexpired term. I JACKSON Phone U1i/"cJo Central
surance. 40.".. lots on Writ shore of Lake.. Truck Lines. ifcha
ON YOUR LOT In announcing for re-election Near the pickle Braaea FUhlax "
ing such a request ,if it wasn't Ground. and uBexrelled bearh for
LI IPiTllI1QUSE Chitty pointed out the show of absolutely' wlnimlnc and boating. The flrntholer ONE BEDROOM furnUtw apart
; progress. the Council has made In your If you art BOW. ments for rent. Phone 1CS, W. T
City Clerk Carl Johns was Instructed Jackson. ?
1 during the' past year toward a Map, prices and terra available at tfchgGENUINE
to work the money into our offlre.
Fhe "CAPRI"This more efficient and comprehensive ENGRAVED Wedding In-
,.' .. 1. operation,of the ,City government.He the tentative budget for considera- FLORIDA REALTY CO. vitations with double-envelop 100
tion at a later date. for $%1.95. Bradford County Tele-
.. further stated : OF STARKE graph.
many A delegation led by.Mrs. Vir- (f
issues of varying magnitude, all ginia Smith, appealed to the coun- 116 N. Walnut St. Tel 383 SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for
vitally important, to' the Starke, Florida Sale. Guy Andrews, Phone
progressof cil for $720 to help, maintain the J :7W.. Sill or
CASH $ Starke, will be the order of tfchg
}Tbrary. Mrs. Smith explainedthat FOR KENT-Three bedroom apart-
business for ,the incoming Coun- and ment. Large living room, dining Announcing the opening of Used
their "budget,52.720
94% cil. "We room and kitchen. Gas heat. Telephone Building Supplies. Uses lumber or
all J
are aware, he added
PRICE the county is putting up $2,000 Installed. Call 99.W, 49 W. all types, windows, doors plumbing.
"{hat Starke is used tin
entering a critical provided the city gives the remainder Jefferson St. tfchg roofing. Used Cypress
benches ideal for
any outdoor use,
period in its growth,.and the City
.. '.. TWO SALES LADIES WANTBll $1.00 per ft., 8 to 12 li. long Phone
_. _!\-iJI't..U't Council, as the governing body This too; will be considered Must be experienced. Good pay. Apply 1(5. W. T. Jackson Transfer; c/o

.. __." ".ft, ": must act, positively and with a KL.ER Nick's Fruit Stand. Ztit 7-17 Central Truck Lines tfcnjf
,. "" JJ.t.4-. ; : when budget! time rolls. roun<1. WIN
,1.,.It, ( f:i'...:.n: ;" ... wise, but firm, approach to the FOR SALE-Exercycle,
-\ .,. j..,....' -- ...... :;.;.".. IN STARKE practically
.i..::.au.,.:... .:: ,-,"-' '""'.'"." '.,. :.:'!''.''.''- ......-..,.-..'T.-.. _.._.-t.;..-,' many facets of community devel- :NOTICE INTENTION: : TO new. New price'400. Sale p/c
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Three feed room_ msso.rylouse, $250.:; Terms. Call Keystone Heights
... "
opment and management. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Electric Service Venetian hllnd, hot water later, 2362. 4tchg ..1

Modern Two-Bedroom Home is Designed for Southern Living. Three Jalousie Chitty, a 28 year old employeeof under'the provisions of pare' heater exrellent, ear rendition' port utilitymoos paredstreet. FOR SALE-17Vz; cu. ft. home freez

Windows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this the DuPont' Company, is mar Chapter O,953.Laws of Florida, Acts $1.000.1(0 pin 1957 tase er. Excellent condition. Phone
of 1941. will register with the Clerk .
ried to the former Joan Tenly and Phone 166 Starke, Fla. Balaare ,.:.3: a.rn.sth.FLORIDA :338-J. ztp 7-Z4
Well Constructed Home. ot the Circuit Court: In and for Brad- -
they have Randal Jr. He for County Florida, reeeipt of
one son, upon I REALTY CO. WANTED-Dependable household
proof of publication of this notice 224 N. Temple Ave. 263 W.
help. Madison St. Ztctig 1-Zj
Completely Finished Outside, Doors .26 O. is a member of the First Baptist. he fictitious. name of Clay Gully OF STARKE

I Church and unit commander of Ranch under which am engaged In IK N. Walnut St. Tel. 33Starke. I FOR I LE-New: : block ,bouse 1%

Windows, Screens, etc.. and Two I Company C, National Guard. Florida I miles. Can i.;, Aiaxvme.be seen Saturdays.Keaaonabuprice. A.

\ L 77i Living Scriptuns_ byjac ck pull C. Slade. lip
Coats of Paint. Partitions, Studding [ 1 FOR SALE
T. C. Hazen Jr. From the Rubble FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnfshed
TCH'N, UN ilDIl.OOW Saratoga Heights. 3 bed room house in country. All modern conveniences -
and Floors only on inside.'World's ly ,, 'concrete block home. Tile\ bath- to responsible party. Telephone -
j T. C. Hazen Jr. this week an- + ,illrrl wood floors. Nice lot. Gas water Brooked 2712. ltD
heater. Gas space heater. Sale
nounced his candidacy for reelection price $10,300. Down payment Jl.iUU. FOR SALE-160 acres under fence
gut, to the city council. Mo. payments $51.15. 80 acres In permanent pasture. 'Jfo
: acres Coastal Bermuda rest In tim
Largest and 3Ir. Hazen has served on the 2. Pinehaven 2 bed room home. ber ,pastures cross fenced waterin
council for three Plenty of storage space. Large corner each pasture. Two five room
nearly years lot. Sale. price 17.500. Down dwellings with electricity and path.
two of which he was chairman payment 1400. Mo. payments i Eleven deep well enough barns to
LVlkCitoo.A eN ROOM 5500. I store 70 tons of hay Sheds- to
Best Builder of Shell "If re-elected," be said, "I in- store farm machinery lawn buildings
tend to continue to serve in the THEKFC2E IP ANY MM K N CHRIST :3 Large and very comfortable home too store grain ohe farm shop boiid-
NE K 1 NEW LREMRE for rent-3 bed rooms, living room ing. Herd of top quality Herford
interests of the; people. dining room kitchen family room cattle. Two tractors and other farm
Homes"JIM Ou and big screened porch. separate machinery. On school bus and mall
I garage, two utility houses; large route. Priced to sell, with 0' With.
rhlcken house, brooder louse and out farm machinery or cattle ''v. K.
i 2 story barn plus IK acres of pas- Ferguson, Starke. Fla. Up
MorganAsks ture land and pecan grove. This -
: t0- home occupied by Mr. E. t;. Heebe I ANTED-Younl' man wile has
and family in the city of Lawtey I completed military service with re.
and will be available August 1st. tail sales experience. High school
For Sewer Every convenience including phone.I eradnate. ReplY In own handwriting
Line \ wonderful place to live especiallyfor to' P. o. Box r-s.. care of
a family man. For appointmentto Bradford County Telegraph ItchgFOR
see and inspect call
SALE.-8 acres Pensatol* p.
WALTER (Continued from" Page '11 HARRY C. ELROD, JR. haha.: A tin 19 acres nattrraiclover. .held
'- i< Registered Real Estate Broker : C C. Hutcbeson Rt -Z, BOX
thouand dollars to where we can't i- + r J ya Phone, Dar 43 :Night 4W-J 1B7 Starke. ftp .7ZFOCND
218 Temple A.n. t.
operate under the presentset-up. .c' ..i: .$ -Brown and white spotted
male Beagle hound. Owner
The sheriff in requesting $600 FOR RENT 2 bedroom completely. have ,,by, paying board and adver.may
a,, year from the city, explained ?tf+4: furnished house. Adults or with' Using, cost.! Contact City POlice
x' that his office ""furnishes the city Infant St.child. Inquire 733 N. Thompson UP- ..' ItchgFOlND

.. ; CORPORATIONVISIT free radio service 24-hours a day, -Yellow ring neon' 'male
: : \ ;-... week and FOR RENT- .room furnished hound. Owner may have by ClUing
days a operatorsfor
5g; house. Gas. electricity, shower. hoard and advertising cost Con.
US OR CALL COLLECT 16-hours,every day," ply Stars and Stripes: AP-I teet'CIty ttehaPolfre.
Lake, 2781. Hcng
phone -
"The city, he continued furnishes I I FOR SALE Near Keyitono
Gainesville. Palatka only one operator for 8 FOR RENT-3 room furnished apartment Heights, new S BR cement blork
Ocala with screen porch. Phone. home overlooking nice lake. Knrn.lh .
hours a and no maintenance -
Route 2, Box 213-A P. 0., Box 782 day pays v Y 171J. Itchg d or-7imitrnished. In'IUdlll"r'D"rlf'L -
fAt 7S 100.
on the transmitting equipment x Uox UsK ,
Phone: FrlnkUn.2.2587 Phone East 5-5971 1507 N. Magnolia FOR S.\LE-Set of woman's !'altyEerl' TBton.. Height*. Fla. Itchir
clubs with bag. Used ,
: I
Hawthorne and Kincald Roads At The'"Y" Sheriff Reddish went on to say only twice. Reasonable. Mrs. S. E. WANTED-Paper hanging Ud
.. Sponsored by members of the Madison Street,Baptist Church Shuman- 111 Pinewood Or., phone I painting. Estimates free. Phone
,that he "wouldn't think of xna* o-J.. tfcng Keystone heights MILttctg Lt


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Keystone Rotary Club HonoredI Melrose Youth Saves ,Life Of Girl Asks
I HOOK 'N LINE Anthony

First To Receive Official Visit Critically Injured While Diving! $. Barnhill's Fishing Camp reports For Full Term

and quick actionon
Quick thinking training at the Melrose High that Mrs. E. Spivey" of

From New Rotary District GovernorJoseph saved the the part life of a of 16-year-old- a 12yearoldgirl youth School.The Keystone Heights Volunteer Lt E8ALt.6IM8 Starke bugs at caught night. J.P.25 copperheads. Elkins and on On School BoardA.

Fe Lake Melrose -
'on Santa near Fire Department was summonedwith The Keystone Little Leaguers Jeff Quigley of Jacksonville
Monday afternoon.The its resuscitator equipment, racked :up their seventh, straightwin caught 45 bream and 1 bass and

...,. .'.. .........., boy, Bill Pace, Melrose high but by the time they arrived. Pace Tuesday afternoon when they one speck, also night fishing with E. I Bud! Anthony Jr. 'of
C. Gissendaner, Governor school student and son of Mr. had the little girl breathing. Dr. took I Interlachen 14-6 on the op bugs. John H: Dees of Lawtey Keystone Heights announces his
of District 694, Rotary Inter- f. and Mrs. Lester Eisenacher of Don Christoffers was also called ponent's 'field.: The winning bat- caught 25 bream this week candidacy for a, full term on the .g
national, Is paying his official "'S.' Santa Fe Lake, will be given a from Keystone Heights, and oxy- tery was Zeazy Walker pitcher, Clay County Board of Public In- }
visit to the Keystone Heights Rotary citation at the Club end.Mr. struction, District Three. He was
M Rotary
oJlf special gen was administered to the girl, :,and Tony'Brault catcher.. and Mrs. E. H. McAdamsand
Club this week. event climaxing the end of the while waiting for an ambulanceto In a closegam .last.Friday on Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McAdamsof appointed \by Governor Leroy tn
Gov. Gissendaner. a business annual swimming program at arrive. She carried to Collins last December to serve
was Bap- the home field, the Keystone nine Jacksonville spent a week here
'and Rotary leader of Chattaho- Keystone Beach Friday night. tist Memorial Hospital in Jack- downed a 'selected Horahome- at' Barnhill's .with their families. .the Mrs.unexpired Francis. term of the late '
ochee.'arrived In Keystone Thurs- The girl, Mary Allen Switzer of sonville.Al Melrose :team '3':1: after 7 inningsof They averaged 4 bass and 25 Morgan.
day afternoon and met Rotarians Brimingham. Ala., is still in a Watson, president of the play. '- v bream 1 feel that I am duly qualified -
caught on fly rod. the best
In at the home of Al critical ccndition Baptist Me- to serve, the people of Clay A. E. Anthony
an assembly Keystone Rotary Club said that Terry Terrell, the winning catch with fly rod so far reported.
Watson'president of the Keystone moral Hospital. Jacksonville, after plans are being made to present pitcher;struck out 10 and walked Also staying in cottages were Mr: County in this most important I ters Linda Lee- 9, and Pamela *
position for full
Club, where a' hamburger fry was she dived from a dock and struck Pace a special award at Friday a term. If the
2. The losing pitcher Johnny Pre- and Mrs. Register of Jacksonville, the Gail $. He. is a native of Florida,
enjoyed. During the assembly, the bottom, breaking her neck. At present night's program closing the sum- vatt, struck out 9 and walked .2. and Mr. and..Mrs. Lowell Velie of people' of )' ?county feel the Indian River County, and gradu-
same, their shall continue to
Governor reviewed aims and obJects her entire body is paralyzed, mer swimming course at Keystone In the second inning 'DavidSunderland's St. Petersburg. The bass are ated from the ,Vero Beach public
for the new year with club from the neck down. Beach. Pace had formerly attended work to the best of my ability
single brought in schooling, says Mrs.'Bar 1hill,.and 'for of schools., He received his higher
officers and chairmen.At When the girl failed to rise to the classes, where he received Kenny Terrell on a fielder's the night fishing is particularlygood. and the'betterment. our,schools education at the University of
n Friday. Governor Gis- L the surface, the Pace youth located instruction in swimming.The choice. In the third, Kenny Ter I in announcing.A our children.. Anthony said Florida, graduating from there
sendaner will be honor guest at her body under water and injured girl was visiting rell's double brought in Elam i Rutledge's- Camp reports the with a BSBA degree. He is a veteran -
resident of
the regular luncheon meeting of dragged her to shore where he her grandmother, Mrs. M. C. Glisson for the third run. I largest,bass weighed in was 6 lb. for 10 Keystone is Heights of World War II, having
years Anthony employed -
the Keystone Club i in the Wo- administered artificial respiration,I Whitehead, on Santa Fe Lake at For the losing team, in the sec- 91/2 oz. caught by Johnny Mixenof by' Clay Electric served three years in the army;
man's Club. He will address the which he had learned in first aidKEYSTONE the time of the accident. I ond inning, James Rye singled Jacksonville Jim and Ed Russell Inc. as1 Public Relations Cooperative Director.He a member of, the First Baptist
club this occasion, outliningthe and brought in by Church, Masonic Lodge, Lions
on TT TT was Phillip ages 13 and 9 caught several is married to the former Miss
program of Rotary Inter- Morris for the FlorahomeMelrosescore nice bass. They are from Jack- Anabel Wilkinson of Gainesville; Club, and Pi. Kappa Phi social
naUonal for the year, in its clubs Joseph C. Gissejadiner HIGHLIGHTSBy of the game. sonville and the family has a cot and is the father of two daugh- fraternity.Prescription.
\ around the world. and certificates of promotion to This was a non-league game, tage out at Hillcrest.

Friday night the District Gov- members of theswimming, groups. ; in which'the.' .best players of Mel- Cottage occupants at Rutledge'swere .
Mrs. J. Russell
ernor will attend the Rotary The Keystone Club is singularly Young rose and Florahome were com- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodwardof

chicken barbecue, at Keystone honored in that this is Governor tAAAAAAAAAj AAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA..A.. bined against, the Keystone Little Thomasville, Ga. Service
Beach marking the, close of the Gissendaner's first official Leaguers. I Also reported in Rutledge's were .
annual summer swimming pro- visit to any club for his year in Have You Registered? banquet. .rJ, .I After the game both teams I the nice catches Mrs. Roy Chas-
Voters are reminded to registerif Visiting MinistersDuring were treated to refreshments atBelote's teen has been making from her
i gram. He will give out the awards office. I II they have not done so recently.The the vacations of two drug store by' 8.. E. Mc- dock on 'Lake Geneva. As Near You As Your Telephone

I books are open for registration local ministers their pulpits will Kay, who' was host. to some 40 Where are those people who say : HEIGHTS
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FOR SALE and are at the office of S. E. be supplied by visiting clergymen.At there isn't much fishing? Mrs. CALL KEYSTONE

McKay. Remember, you have to the First Baptist Church the I boys.Wednesday afternoon Keystone Rutledge, also says it was such a a (Day) 2161Night) 2281
,Acreage Homes Lake Front Property be re-registered to :vote 'in Sep- Rev. Marvin Stedham, Field Sec- i played Green Cove Springs on the busy week she didn't }Jfave timeto 1.\ I (
tember! This is not,for the' City retary of the Florida Baptist Con- home field, but score was not chat with the folks to find out SODA FOUNTAIN-
MRS. ANNA, S. JAMES Book but for Clay County.- vention spoke to the congregationthis known,at press'time. where they were from or what .
Goldhead Branch News past Sunday in the absenceof Flora- Toiletries Beach
Next MOnday:they play they caught! Sundries Supplies
4 Doors S. of P.O. 'Res. Ph. 2501 Off. 2861t Another record week chalkedup the pastor Rev. J. R. Smith home at Keystone.
for our State Park! 6,360 people who is vacationing in Georgia.At swimming program'ls C.'W.; cros-
visl'ied; the Park this past the Community Church in Scott from Chicago. by, nephew of Miss Susan Rob- BELOTE DRUG STORELawrence

week. Mr. Baylor reports a great the absence of the pastor, Rev. J. i Mrs. Richard Johnson and son, bins. He is visiting Susan at her

Lumber Hardware Paint deal of activity on Big Lake John- Russell Young, who is'on a TrkvVl '!Mark, are visiting her parents, Holiday Beach apartment. Boulevard)
BUIUHN6SUPPUK sen with water skiers and boats. Seminar abroad. Chaplain E. .M. Mr,.and Mrs. Howard Tucker. Mrs.. Gladys Beville, a former
Cement Concrete Blocks Also an increased interest in use Reagan, USN of the Naval Air Here, to :.participate in the [Continued on next Page

of the baseball diamond. An in- Technical Training Center, Jack- ,
Precast U Lintels
teresting fact is that the Park sonville, spoke Sunday at the 10a.
All Lengths will furnish equipment, including m. service. He will be heard z 4

bases, balls, bats, etc., all for your again on Juyl 27. Next Sunday ..
F.- / Lighting Fixtures asking at the Concession Building.Use Chaplain Frank R. Norton USN, ..
'I .
34'i'.. of the Diamond is, Of course, Senior Chaplain at NATTC will .', f" ,:.
: ''g :: ;SM1 ROY W. TYRE tree'of charge and it is being used bring the message and he will also .
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by groups and teams for practice speak on August 3 and 10. -1.' ; '

BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE from our neighboring- towns, News Of The C. A. P. '. :._.;' ( .' ; ..
Gainesville, Palatka and others.,50 _.Major Bert C. Christoffers has ..:,:.,. '. & I -
all'you.need for.fun at Gold- left for 'Eglin Air Force Base. .c..... '-.r .. (E&tI"j : :
: ... .. ',<
Phone 274l* Keystone Heights, Fla. head Is to cbmeTthey: -furnish 'the Panama City, where he will have ." ,. ';..
equipment horseshoes, and of charge'of a number of cadets for I '.Y'! .
: !. course there are those, out door I special trainine. t.,

grills, for cooking supper. Cadets, members of the localC.
AIR CONDITIONING I We are glad to report that Ash- .,, A. P. who have gone to the .' ::1 ,
J ton Williamson is back on duty encampent at Eglin Air Force .
K 'REFRIGERATION GS.ALES after quite some time on the sick Base are Arthur Sullivan, Mike '. ; <
list. Foster,John Dodd and Dan Dodd.
COOL. Swim Program Nears End Keynotes '.' ;4rfJfr( :; ,,_ ;
With the addition of two fine 'Mrs. John Thornquist has returned +r
ENGINEERINGINSTALLATION new assistants, Miss Pat Craw- I from a vacation trip dur- t
ford and Mike Adams, who are ing which she visited her son and
i helping in the very large begin his family and relatives and '

RED STRICKLANDKeystone I ner's class, the- swim instruction friends. The trip included stopsin ACTNO&SAVE f 'T 1 IOn
; is'off to its second week with a Chicago' Milwaukee, St. Paul.
record attendance of 160 and this She made the return trip by plane ,
Heights, Fla. includes a' half dozen adults who from Milwaukee. '
I are learning. Lt. and Mrs. Charles H. 'New These HOTPOINT FREEZERS
Day 4144 (Night) 4294P.
PHONE ( ) _
Awards and promotions will be man and family are returning to
0. Box 11 recognized immediately follow- Keystone to make their home this I Ish
ing the chicken barbecue on Fri- week. Lt. Newman has been assigned -
day. Supper starts at 5:30. to duty at the U. S. Naval J .

-t Dr. Harvey Meyer Rotary Speaker Air Station, Jacksonville. Mrs.
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Dr. Harvey Meyer brought the Newman is the former Dorothy ,
f' : ----- 'A,
SHOP AT f first program of the.new Rotary Christoffers. The many friendsof JUPRIGHT MODEL -' 12.. C. FT.
year to members and visitors on the Newmans welcome them
Friday, July 11. His talk. "A- back to Keystone Heights.Mr. Two Super-Speed Aluminum Freezing Shelves
merica, Tradition and Tomorrow," and Mrs. E. J. Hannable of Yo 6 or F a ,f, U T .

DUCKY'SDEPARTMENT was appropriate, following the Miami are the guests'of his mother // 2 Adjustable -Shelves '.. .t* Interior

Fourth of July celebration just Mrs. Margaret Tracy. '".%'hg '1'\:\...'':- \jjJ//i -
.. passed and appropriate to the beginning The Charles L. Craigs of Sylvan __ Light Glide-Out Basket Super
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS of the new year. Dr. Meyer Way have returned after a visitto .:?-:1f:=:= -:.-:.
STORE touched upon some of the A- St. Petersburg.Lt. ff E: ?. =- Storage Door Light Touch Latch
merican heritages and traditionswe has been ---SS.1 J-T
Col. Gay Livingtson
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Soda Fountain -=;-:::;= -
Conditioned \
Air enjoy, including a pioneering away for two weeks of active dutyat ,. '" \. \ '

.spirit, saying 'that there are yet Camp Lee;, Va. /hr :ci' -'- 239.00 .
frontiers to conquer. Visiting the George Massas recently .. ,.
Baptist WMU Meets were Mrs. Massa's brothersand : LOW AS PER WEEK
BIG The Tuesday, meeting of, the families Mr and Mrs. JohnT. i r
3 3 First Baptist WMU began with Croft from Savannah and Mr
WHY the meeting of,the two Circles at and Mrs. Wayne Croft from Tampa. -
10 a. m. in Educational Build- Mrs. Massa's mother and i .;' : : *

1 ing, and was.followed by the regular father,.Mr. and Mrs.Clayton Pur- ,' t'',. .
business and inspirational vis of Moultrie were also. recent .. .. J '
Quality Service EconomyOur meeting of the, WMUt' presided visitors. : : "
over by the ,President, Mrs. Ted Mrs. William Baker and children .'.t .:.'.Y; ,-; '. ,'-. ..:, CHEST MODEL -. 13C. FT.
Oglesby.The Carol and Buster are enjoying .... ..:"ti"-;:; : ,'.. \" ,/. \' ,: .
Than EverLADIES' "' .
Stocks Are More Complete .: .\5t''J; -. H 1.:, 'f. ." I. -
Harriet Kelley Sunday a trip with her 'parents, Mr; ':": .< ''.: ;I; '. i' '- .' ; Automatic Temperature Control -\"";Y; Sweat- ,
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School Class met at the home of and Mrs. Davis of Leesburg. They : .... .. ,,,, .
SPORTWEAR .. "... .. :.; .,! + ,. .. '! !f. .i .,/t .
A. Bamford Monday relatives and friends \. f. "*' -:
Mrs. A. on visiting Lid
are \1" "
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.,'TOWELS AND WASH CLOTHS evening for business and a social in Virginia.Mr. ;. ,. .f
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hour. Mrs Martha Snellen, president and Mrs. Stitchberry visited ', :'. : : .; ;t\i';\ ... \Easy to Open and Close .. .. Faster
SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY had charge of the meeting her brother, D.: O. Cason in NewPort ,, ,._ '. .- "'','' ,,. '.''' \-. .. '
.., and Mrs. Hazel-Fowling gave the Richie and also visited in -.= .:.. _--. ,' ,"- '" '; ..."' 'r.'l. .4', -.""'.' :I i .;Freezing '., Less Operating'Cost.' *
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.. r LINENS HOUSEWARES devotional.meeting.A social hour followedthe Tarpon.recently.Springs and, Dade City ; : '- ': ":.. .: ;'." "':" ,, :'. : "

Local Couple See "Celebrity"One The William L. Reynolds family .. ...... ., t "' / 219-0" ;I
TOYS BEACH TQYS SUNTAN LOTIONS of the rewards of travel'isseeing Mr. and Mrs. ,Reynolds, Bill ,1 .' "I
interesting people and Jr., Jane and, Miss Lola Synder :t .. 1 r 1 ,1'ERMS.$1.0W' AS $2 PER::WEEK
one of the little extras of travelto have returned, from a visit in J
LADIES ALL WHITEl PRICE Washington, D.'C.- is the pos- Highlands. N. C. Mrs] Reynolds
S ALE LEATHER SHOES /2 sibility of "rubbing elbows" with and Jane spent Sunday _in Gainesville ; -
some of the people"in the news." at.the R. L. Thomas lio; e.
Such was the recent experienceof Mr and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt are
SAVE SAVE! SAVE! Rosemary and -Joe Daure enjoying a visit from their 'son,

while they were staying at the R. A. Gaunt Jr.. his wife and JEDFEARN'SHONE
WHILE, YOU SPEND Statler Hilton in 'Washingtonwhile three'children, Lynne Michelle
attending Piano Technic- and Gregory.
r ians Convention being held there. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman KYle. of
WE NOW GIVE rt Someone they had noticed in Orlando spent a few days.recent-

\ elevators dining room etc.. turn- ly with the Louis Kyles. .

S&H ed out with the coming of the .Mrs., Alice Metz of St.. Peters- P. ; 9391 :?:-' ,, __ i ; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; FLA.
t morning paper, to be Bernard burg is visiting her daughter and -

'GAEEN 0; Goldfine.. soninlawMr.. and Mrs. H. 1.. '

STAMPS Mr. Daurer put on an entertainment :- Ownbey.Mrs. WHERE; SERVICE is SSURED .

.. for the'Convention and R.- C.. Pekie Is enjoying a ...... I
_ _: -.served, as M. C. for their dOling visit from Ie childhood friend: Mrs. '0.--'_ .. -... ; .1

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Words cannot, express my
CLAY it giatitude to my church and pastor
HIGHLIGHTS '- and many 'friends for their kindness

Lr tf air*., I. L. "Ut I ', at the death of Mrs. Woody i
w r F "
P' AAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAIContinued t and 'their courtesy to Mrs.Woody's .
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( from Page One] r f. IIt4 t nephew and family who _
1.ttrriL Mr. and, Mrs. Walter happened to be visiting here at
Keystone Heights resident is family'and D.! B. Lang
the time
of her death.Howe
'I spending r van :tiow in ber, home are spendng a few days l f .

here. Mr*, BeviU*: MV resides in tives at Clay HilL Twining.

the Panama canaL !QTie.I When Johnny. : I I I

Mr. an4 lic!: %'ArUjur, Baxter and last week he advised us !I -
I daughter, Evelyn( arc yisiting the .coon hunting-we may : ....
the jungle out here. YVe ,
Walter Muh few, Mw., Bader is 4 4 !M
: advise. : ..
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the sistei Ur. MubJhofer.li'pai : .. > ,"'.
; The young sen of? )4r. : .. .' '-' eJ
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tw UtL, l\eUey are i I Eddy Norman who has ." ... .
Junior Club Officers And ChairmenNew .
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""' .1'. : EVERYTHING
th",_ v. v.r, 7J v. to be fering with the brain YOU

resting* \ t u.. S. officers and committee licity, Mrs. R. D. Cunningham\: caused from infection or : _''''.!: .'- ..,.... ... NEED
Nv jLEE'S" \!\., chairmen of the Keystone Heights Program Mrs. Frank Harm: is showing some 1JiIPl'c: j -- --" UVE BAIT BOATS

Junior Woman's, duty are pictured, House, Mrs: W. C. Scales. We are sorry to learn __
'M ? 4Vis o above at the business meeting ton Parrish 1 is in a COTTAGES..
The Club has been challengedto _
Ja \ 1:ew ccc \ guests Jacksonville for
held in the Woman's Club building RUTLEDGE'S
a softball game on Aug. 1 by Volunteer Fire Fighters In Action _
at I. injury he suffered
,% {. I last Thursday: : their proteges. the Keystone 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn

""' lM\ \ *_ xe en- Left to right,: Mrs. Edgar Abridge Heights Girls Club. The challengewas ometime We were ago.proud Lake. The depart I ment which includes a modern Route 100 V

: recording secretary; Mrs. accepted and the game is of been summoned by the automatically controlled truck -.--
School last'Sunday, I -
Don Morgan finance chairman; scheduled for a p. m.. Aug.. 1, in Dr. F. L. Pilcher. I the tank truck used in brush -
members and our, '
Mrs. .Gene Williams correspond. the Park. reporter finally ar-! fires and also a rescue truck and
; lass w'on the banner,
DRBM log secretary: Mrs Ralph Bryan Last Thursday's meeting was first time we recall they scene having skid- tiailer which is now in the process -I Termite Control

S social and. activities chairman; presided over by the president he attendance banner. sandy woods, getting of assembly. I II _

,. Mrs' Tommy Millican' historian; Mrs. Garnar. Hostesses, 'for the tti take the banner by police chief Wal- It is the practice of the Key FOR DEPENDABLE
f. THEATREKeystone .
Mrs. Thomas Garnar, president; social hour1 were Mrs. Tommy next Sunday. and then walking stone department to answer calls S Household
Miss Barbara Southwell treasurer. the way the fire was anywhere, helping in nearby ft CommercW
Millican, Mrs.. Ralph Bryan, and The Associational Pelt Control
Heights, Fla. Other chairmen'not pictured Oak control as the picture towns if the fire is a house. They
." are: Welfare] Mrs. Robert Fiertz; Mrs. Robert McCormick.The Grove church : 'in the nick of time, also answer brush fires in the
.. legislative, Susan Robbin; Mem- first program meeting will afternoon. It was ; the fire had burned surrounding lake areas. 0 Grove Spraying

.. Fri., Sat. July .18,- 19 bership. Mrs. Fred Mulling: Pub- be held in September.a. Highland The: Vacatiori'church Bible was foot of an unoccupied The rescue squad consists of atleast Call FR 6-2661 ____

: ZEROHQURUana I joyed the visit of their son, his. [Summer hours! Morning Worship tended and best work -a dozen men who are trained -

Aiulrt Upd PtilprJI wife and little son. They are from 10 a. m. [Nursery during several years-il Mulligan, assistant\ in first aid and life saving: Florida Pest Control

.. --. . Norfolk. Va. Church School and Morning,Worship church, had an in charge, with Cap- The drive for $5 associate members -
"Sun. Moiu" ,; I' ). Youth Recreation:, Frithy -. 1QO. attendance of 83; Hall and the other will begin August 2, but the & Chemical Co.
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF Evenings :?q10"; day. the only Chief Watt Harden- men say getting in early with : '
a July 20, .21, 22 of the depari-} U N. W. 16th Ave.Gainesville .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSRev. were short on your check is like getting,to a fire

ANOTHER TIME, J. Russell Young'Minister: ST. WILLIAMS CATHOLIC just getting to ,wQrk h proud of their equip- or rescue-the sooner the better! ; Florida .
Dr. James D. Fait. Organist, CHURCH ,way when the schoqj I -
[ ] by our office and pick -; I
Choir Director. ,Associational meeting :+
Father Lanahan. Parish Priest. which
on can
Services,: Church. School 9 t. :success also; move: you
Turner Sullivan
: 1I Mass each Sunday at 8:15.: I total gallons of gasoline KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT
usual all enjoyed STOREMen's
I I Catholic Club Supper: each arm from July 1, 1957

Wed., Thur.July 23; 24 : KEYSTONE second Wednesday. one Sorry Of, our our daughters news is 30 1958. Sign your Women's, Children's Clothing! ,& Shoes

NORTHWEST I and all pf know ) mail it to Jacksonvillp, SPECIALTYKeystone
JEWELERSExpert you
BAPTIST CHURCH will be a refund of -
I Mounted Police Watch Repairing KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS. FLAJ. and daughter get This includes all
they haven't seen e Heights Lucile Foster Owner
: Paulette Goddard Quality Line Jewelry for farm purposes
Gary Cooper
R. Smith, pastor. Ralph more than a year.
--I I Walter M. Muhl ferCANAIllES Copeland Minister of Music. ana seen Joann for more t use on the highways. 4; ,
: # are in' the office to \
church/organist.Services you may!! not get news
is card we will tell yoji
: Sunday School 9:45: all next we k. We
I F1&CHES.LOVE BIRDS PARROTS a. m.Morning Worship, 11 a. m two other daughters State refund of 4c per w i a s s That's Our Business
is'no red tape to
Training Union 6:45: p. m.-Even sons and their'wives 'M fill u It's Glass ,- We Rave It!
[21 It is easy tx>I
: '- PARAKEETS COCKATIEL-OSTRICH ing services 7:30: p. m. we will tell you more I your pasture even if If/li CALL WRITE VISIT
in the future! ,
: And Over 80 Other Kind of Birds pretty well early in

ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL j .Most of that fertilizer Joe Peters Glass Co.
: Grant Rothhammer Melrose, Fla. has been ,their son now. An application of

r The Rev. Allan, Batt, Minister Cox' Jr., and 'his son. : might pay off I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Sunday Service: 9:00: a. m. Miami. MrsTCpx's :: suggest that you use ,
Parish Night' Supper: First Phillips of J kso Ibs* of ammonia nitro- A We Design Modern Store Fronts

: ODOMS HARDWARE & SUPPLY Thursdays 6:30: p. m. Sunday visitor. C. A. ? If the"growth of I Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Riverside hospital in I has been pretty good Table Tops

Melrose, Fla. W.YYYYYYY Yyy ftYYY1nHAMPTON for treatment on Ibs. of this material 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla 'Phone FR. 2-4353
week. 1 i ll 'right. 131' We have
.' ',' :- Mrs. Bert Hinson : on hand for free pine .'

GENERAL LINE OF HARDWAREPAULS ter Brenda Sue : this fall. Seedlings will v

... ._ Bj Hra. O.rrYYTT..TTYTYY. C. tint Mrs. Bert Hinson Jr. on a matching basis as .... LAKE FRONT SPECIALS .
.. Ga. last weekend. : As long as our allot- -
Visiting here last. receive equal
.. YTT you can
I B "'"'* '41 Mrs. T.:..F..Bro'i"Il', :, --those-you pur- White Sand Lake A Good Investment
SUNDRIES MelroseLet ptistBIblljj arrangements.'r .
-- Mrs. J. J.. Brannen ] For the week ending
Opens With 121 AT
First LOTS
""" _L. __ _. ..Dayaays _.. Mrs. W. A. Virnau of !! were only 13 con- $1250

: 'Us Handle Your Prescription Service School LflI: opened 01 Monday vacation morningat Bible 1 as. Mrs. Virnau is a : of screw-worms in These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and

Brown and Mrs. must'agree that this
.. 9'a.. at
m. .
.. FOUNTAIN, & LIBRARY MAGAZINES Hampton Baptist I Janice and Jackie is working. It has been next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"SI
Church with 121 children and
daughters of Mr. and because of the co-
workers present. Last
year's lie Edwards of of all farmers has been
school, with a ecord average attendance .
been visiting near urge you to continue E. MCKAY' REALTOR
of 138, had 116
presenton :
their uncle and aunt, tion and report to us
WELL the first day.
% DRILUNG-Punips-kvice Mrs. R. O. Simmons. I you have or hear of a
A special feature of this year's I John White of t screw-worm case. Our Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-1151-4209

'-' TERMS AVAILABLE school are two missionary appointees -:be speaker at I Jorge M. Valldejuli is,

... I Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Church for both at least half of each I

ilvey, of Macon Miss. Appointed Sunday. July 20. county. He will

: Prompt Service; ,-, Free Estimates by the Sudan Interior Mission to ship is at 11 a. m. respond to jour request. FISHING CONTEST' I \\7 1

.. the country of Ethopia, they services at 7:30: p. in.Mr weeks ago there was
hope to leave soon for work Mrs. J. M. St. Johns and
and ; County
: there. 1ST PRIZE (Sr. Div., 15 or Over) o
RALPH E. MATHEWS Mr. and Mrs. Silvey arrivedin their granddaughter Georgia. It is not;

Hampton Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. for us to have 'a $50 Worth of Tackle
P.: O. Box 528 Melrose.Fla. and,will present fla'nnelgraph I week for a visit in the new plant at Se- t// \

tories and work with music in-' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I in operation this pro 1ST PRIZE (Jr. Div. Under 15)) .' .

.- PhONE' GR 5-5101. cludmg Mr. Silvey's accordion, family left Saturday be expanded to the pro-
$25 Worth :
I' of Tackle
.. throughout the eight days of the vacation trip to : at least 50 million :

S Bible School. Mr. and Mrs. each week. We hope -- c

Teachers for the ages three to family of Jacksonville we can say good-bye 1. Contestant must be registered at Walker's.

; APPLIANCES .... RADIO & T.V. 13, .which .the 'school Includes th of July visitors 2. Entry must be weighed in at Walker's.

are M & Charles fligfo.: .b :in. parents: Mr. and, Mrs. bless you and yours 3. Contest limited to large mouth bass caught on artificial -
: Sales and(I Service '
ners' superintendent with Mrs. C. .W. Slade. son now. lure.CONTEST .

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Truby Slate, Brenda Lott Shirley Mrs. Lester Slade of
Taylor .Alethla"! Williams ,and Lake left last 'j

: .Jacuzzi Home Water Systems Betty Darius, as .teachers: Mrs. Jackson. S. C.. for WALKER'S STATION
e Marvin Faile. primary superinendent with the U. S. Army. | : : G ilL: A N'D)

WELL DRILLING -.2 TO 4 IN. with Amelia Williams Billy Borne son of ; AND SPORTS CENTER

and Smoky Hobbs, ,teachers, and Mrs. 'J..W.; Home lira. Lacy. Normaa

j, MANN Plumbing & Electric Co. Hilda handicraft.Warren and' Imogene- Ward. I with end here his parents from ; : .&& Keystone Heights, Fla.

Superintendent of Junior girls : >> '
Mrs. Richard Airs. Andrew Crews of
I Box 353 Melrose( Fla. Ph. GR 5-2563 I is Mrs. Milton Misner.'with Minnie -,I I Bellevue. Neb. were" Sunday guests jf)f

Adkins and Nell Williams Mr.:and .Mrs. : Crews:
teachers, and Martha Brown, < <
moved last weekend visitors Mr. and l ?
: handicraft. Junior boys will be .of WAqsefl1 Rj.
to i
A WORD TO TilE WISE .. under 'the supervision of Marvin ton Miss Barbara : : ard..Norman were ,Mr,

Faile and C. L. Cooper. Mrs. Nor.. ; jCharles Mosley.and .Mr "
Save Time --' Save StepsIU5ANKINv weekend guest last Norman
II< ma Jean Faile is secretary forthe friends in Miami. I { F1oYd'' of Jack-. ,I".

school; Roy Morgan is helping Edward Saxon
with transportation and refreshments Creek Associational
and Mrs. Don Hill is Forsyth Saturday.were 'Meeting 'was' held at I enJolJ : .

". f principal of the school. Mrs. Bob Faile Church on Friday. ,IA
Babies are being cared for by <:ke dinner was served '
visiting in < :
110 Mrs. Ralph Smith. Carolyn grandmother Mrs. 1 ny attending. the

,. Rhoden and Marilyn Rhoden. Refreshments H. C. Green of Qn Bible.School closed on

are served each morn been convalescing night with a commence.'

ing at 10:40: a.m. with women of son-to-law and good at.M .4

the church donating the snacks Mrs. W. A. Saxon Mrs Cecil Hardee of

during the recess period. Mrs. J. dent in Jacksonville spent last week here .
W. Home is chairman of refresh- the motorscooter he friends and relatives. ta 1 1e- to I

ments. was hit by a truck. nd Mrs. R. C. Griffis of ; F'-
1 Last day for classes for the
_, : nt last week with her --P
Bible school is next Wednesday ; : Mrs: Lacey Norman. J
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July 23. Commencement programwill t
During the week Mrs
be at the church on Wednesday LB i' ; was visited by Mr. and COKEV

at the regular prayer meeting ; Dinkins of Sanford. 1LLh7'
service, at 7:30 m, with '
,.1 ... p. ; Mrs:) M. L. Thompson pf
e jch class taking a part. .and By lira. Harvey ;
Mr. and Mrs.
: handicrafts on display after the t ... &&&&'.&& : 'Lwte -, Mr. and Mrs.
HOURS .,.,Jlon.i..hrll!. Thurs program. Pupils will take their r '
9;tOO AiM. 2:OQ P.M.! owzr handicraft work) home after Hello Friends ) ; Knight, Mrs. Ernie Pad-
I lJltI\'t.1N{ ; WINDOW Mpn thrurThurs, this, program. As an additional able to.attend and' ; ; and'"Florence"Mr. and Rigsby Mrs. Rich of \. I ISiGN

9:0Q"A.3L.4:0Q project this year, each class is rival. Our pastor. ;
elM., h making a lift to send to the Lee and church of Green Cove Springs.

FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Florida Baptist Children's Home. to take this ; remained to spend the
week with her mother
CLOSED,,;\Lh PLY SATURa\Y., Picnic plans for Thursday next press their
e Mr. and Mrs.
week climaxing the eight days'of Carter the } : Lacey OF GOOD TASTE
work at the church will include spiring messages ( : \
eoco.&o' 1U.VUM, '---'_ _...._; .*_ ..
% a trip! (o a farm near: Hampton each singer or Clean CottaR Rags "
A Friendly Balk ,in a Friendly! Com.m.unity. ;:, for games and a picnic lunch. each pianist to Bottled! under authority of The Coco.Cola Compaaw K*
No Shirts Must Be
Keystone Heights, Fla. Personals attending and to !
.u. **"-Member F.D.I.C: Visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Carter and Mrs Bill County

; C. A. Cox for the last two weeks their lovely floral -


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Dr:W..- E. Middleton" plannedto under oath._'When_he:,was ,asked Maude Wainwright, Mr Jenson of ,the road "exchange license Clearwater Beach' Fla..

Qut accompany the* group and' the where boys who told lies' went he and grandsons, from Ohio, and numbers and'the, ,other, driver Established 1894
two cars ,were driven by P. E. told them in very definite terms." Mr; and Mrs: H.'C. Edwards 'and [Editors notes It is nice to geta ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing
suggested> tnat ,we both meet'at thu
01 Canova and 0..' W.. Griffin. granddaughter-of Gainesville, and the(Gulf- station down the road letter such as,this, commendinglocal I
.5.Congressman Nat Sternberg was advertising Boles of Waldo courteous and
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. people on con-
miles examine
ew and the
( ex-
R. A. Green purchased -his own "Shopportunity days" Were, also visitors of Mrs. Wain- tent'of scientious treatment of those who I
ThePast the home of Mrs. E. M. with "extra specials" on Friday wright last week. I travel, through our county. Unfortunately I Sfiare- the Profits in Stark
Johns on Walnut St. He plannedto and Saturday. Men's $10 summer Rev. Harris and family of We" managed to get the number we have had lettersof
move to his new home soon. suits advertised at and of ,.the Bother car before he drove 1 1
were $2.95 Whitehouse were Thursday dinner the other type also-that is,
off when to'start
and tried
we we
ladies' wash dresses at 49 cents.
guests of the G. L. Sapps. complaining about mistreatment.
f undthat' a'soft
"Headquarters Company, 2nd Mr .and Mrs. A. R. Sapp and we' were-on real or Imagined-and it is easy \
Battalion 124th Infantry returned During the month of June'1933 son enjoyed a" barbecue supper at 'shoulder and were bogged down :to see which type of treatment j
The first fish registered in the to Starke Sunday morning the Starke City light and Water the H. C. Taylor home in Middle- .so badly that we would need help I.does the most good for businesses

Bradford County Hardware's con- bringing with them the Remington Plant produced 29,330 kilowatt burg last Friday night. i i in getting- out. We tried to flag :concerned and the .county as a

test;weighed 8 Ibs and 9 oz and Trophy awarded each year hours of electricity of which 3.810 Happy birthday to Mrs. Gerald down: numerous cars to get help I whole.l f / l fl

was brought in by G. B. Newsome.He for the highest 'proficiency in were used for street lighting and Suggs, who celebrated her anniversary focus, but none would,stop. Fin-

caught it in Brantley-Pond in rifle marksmanship during the 10 7,720 were used for pumping city last Sunday. ally a.truck pulled along side and PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO \ FRIDAY SATURDAY JULY
18 19
said he -
would ,
Putnam at Foster. water. send someone from BRADFORD COUNTY ,
County. day encampment Camp Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Suggs and
." This was twenty-five years The amount collected for sale ,children were Sunday dinner town to help'us, since he had no HOSPITALThe -

Poppy Day, sponsored by the ago but our boys today seem to of electricity was $1,387.74 and : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy chain or,tow .rope.
American Legion., was, locally in be keeping up with their "dad's"with for water $417.50. I II Gaskins. The truck driver 'stopped at folowing patients were ad- NOW! 3-LENS ANSCO

the, charge of Mrs. J. A. Sauls. awards. I I Church announcements of the Jim Phillips' service' station and mitted to Bradford County Hos- COLOR CLIPPED

She asked four girls. Mary Lucille .S. tYYYTYYTYYYYTYYTYTYTYTT'NORTH week are: Sunday School 10 a. m. told him about our' troubles. He pital during last week: Bell & Howell
State soon came to our rescue and explained Grace G. Page Ollie M. Flakes, TRAVEL OUTFIT
Torode. Mildred Hundley Elizabeth The Prison Farm at 1 Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even- "
Hollingsworth. and Martile Raiford had 'the number of i SIDE ing Worship 8 p. m.' Wednesday that- he would have to Sadie Perry of Hawthorne, Joseph ELECTRIC EYE

Hemingway to be the salesmen in guards increased from 43 to 60 I Prayer Service, 8 p.,m., studyingthe notify the' State ,Troopers'before Wesley Thomas Jr. of Henderson-
C., Meta Smith Brownof
.' he could move us. This meant ville. N.
Starke. "as a means of decreasing the Book of Revelations. Associ- an-
S. number of escapes." 'I. By.. Mrs. Can- Brown ational, Sunday School meeting other trip back to town for him. Gainesville, Valdostan Adamsof Am MOVIE CAMERALight
Doctors Inlet Doris Lucille
"William Duncan of Starke will A recent dramatic escape was' yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyThose Thursday night, Hickory Groveat When he returned, he had the
Phillips of Palatka, Maxine Star-
receive his B. S, in Journalism that of Harry Sitamore international I meeting officer with him and a full report -
7:30.: Brotherhood,
who missed church last
ling, Pauline E. Kelly Betty June
' of the accident
:from was made.
the University of Florida in jewel thief.
Friday night ,8 m. Working v
Sunday really missed a' blessing.We Green ,
Wilkins of Cove Springs
We also found out that the other
Gainesville ,June 5. Mr Duncan bail
Scoby, churchGerald
Tampa Saturday at the
are happy'to see our Sunday Ida Mae Carver J. D. Terrell,
will car had not stopped at Lawtey,
be of
the sole representative bondsman was arrested on a war- School attendance still going Suggs pastor, the church with a Crawford
up. Francis Mark Linda
and it
lucky that had
was we got-
Bradford: County' in his'gradu-
ating class of ,290 students. rant charging him with drivingthe So tome this Sunday, and bring friendly welcome. ten his license number before he Kay Smith, and Ella Mae Rhoden
automobile'used in the
5 escape. someone with you, and let's go drove off. The officer was Trooper of Hampton.Also \ i' r .
Bond was set by Judge E. K. for the 100 mark. Curtis Muse, Velma.I
Sellers, and :
Scoutmaster: R: W. Card planned at' and Sher- was very cooperative -
Perryman $15,000
.. We had a working last Saturdayon and Thornton of Raiford,Randy Roger 1
to escort a number of Boy
riff W. J. Epperson had the local '
the School and Louise Edwardsof
Sunday rooms Mary
Scouts to the World's Fair at jail 'guarded by a machine gun Phillips soon had us back got
plan to have another this Satur Brooker. Ora Henry Henderson
Chicago, sometime in August, and extra guards from the State one on the road again and we'pulled 3**I Famous AKKO Color Clippvr
day. We thank''each who is and Colley Underhill. Co".owond.,1 cole
1933. He said cost of transportation Prison. into the Desert Isle Motel for the
so faithful in this work. Anyone Colored admissions were: Ricky Of bICKk.ond.whil.ptctvrtllMatching
food,and lodging would be night, as we didn't feel much like
During the hearing, an 11 year who wishes may help. Robertson Tyson, Josie M. lath Unit
$20;but ,the boys should have '$5 old witness proved that he knew Mrs. Gladys Carter, Mrs. Irene SPECIAL' THRILL driving after that experience. We Mitchell of Gainesville, Angaronia Anieo Univtfial Vi.w.r-

extra for spending .money. the meaning of telling the truthQUANTITY Anderson, and Rev. and Mrs. Ger- Dear Mr. Matthews' : had a most comfortable night'srest Davis of Putnam Hall, Mellonese moksrourcolallid.llookolir.tPLUS..S '
ald Suggs attended the Associa-- We would: like to express our and this place is a credit to White of Hawthorne, Aline Lee blue flaih bulbs! ...1 relit
your community. Next"morning of film,color end block-ond-whit
tional Quarterly meeting at High- appreciation to'you for the do- had breakfast of Lawtey, Nettie J. Johnson of ...ond lupgoa.-ton Tror.l Caul J
we at the nearby
nation of The Telegraph to patients
land last Friday. Hawthorne, and Deborah John-
SASE AT at the hospital.Of restaurant and this too was Total Value
We urge each teacher and offi- al son of Hawthorne.
Associational course, all of us-look for- pleasant experience: To find such sets the lens
cer to attend the '
Sunday School meeting Thursday ward to getting a paper each excellent 'accommodations in a REVIVAL BEGINS JULY 28 AT automatically, in this 29.15
small town is most unu.su'al.We revolutionary new
week but it must be a special
night, July 17 at 7:30 at Hickory BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH camera with the three
I thrill to someone confined to the then went to Mr. Philips'
Grove Church Green Cove integrated lenses!
II the station 'and had' The Beulah Baptist Church will ShopportunitySpecial
county our
Springs, not only for the attend- hospital"to have news car servicedfor Safeguard turret
i that brought to his bed. the trip home. Almost fearfully begin a revival Monday, July 28, protects lenses, reduces
ance banner, but we may
we asked for bill for at 7:30: p.m. and continue through bulk. Big new
Your thoughtfulness and gen- !
learn and become better teachers.Mr.
I August 3. Merle Packham will exclusiveautomatically
everything, and he -
told there
i and Mrs. Carl Sapp and erosity are giving the patients a us be the evangelist. setsitselfindoors
deal of pleasure, and we do would be no charge for getting us
son, Charles, spent Friday and I great; Dinner will :be served on the or
Saturday with their son and wife. thank you for helping to make back on the road as he did sowithoutusinj out. Super Comatf1.8
grounds Sunday, August at one 95
a tow cal. We had I in
1.L Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sapp, then hospital stay more enjoyable '- o'clocK. lens system.
at Daytona Beach. ., not imagined that this would be ,
done without charge, and so'
Sincerely, you
Miss Joann Bullard of 'Jackson I
Adams, Secretary, can understand why we want to CEMETERY KJNG I
H. H.
ville was a Sunday dinner guestof Mrs. "
the I, B. Thompson family. Bradford Co. Hospital Auxiliary. show our thanks to him for givingus A working will be held at Dyal 0I& l159s15nn rn.
\ STOPl/ service such as this. We have
1. All
FOOD Rev. and Mrs. Milton Dukes of Cemetery on Friday Aug.
a great deal of travelingand
Charleston, S. C. are spendingsome "WONDERFUL FOLKS"Editor know'what the charge would interested persons are urged I to
time here and attended services Telegraph: attend.
RIGHTS RESERVED 10. i be'ordinarily." We are Headquarters for
for tHe past two Sundaysand It is with a great deal of plea-
j PRICES GOOD thru JULY 19th were supper guests of Mr. and sure that I write to you and hope Southern hospitality has often Recent Birth uo W N Cameras and Camera

Mrs. Reese Scott Tuesday night. you will bear with me as I try to been overrated but.this is 'a time

Mr. and Mrs.'A. W.; Brown returned put into words ,the amount ,of that it deserves a-good' plug, and Bradford County Hospital announces Supplies. Let us help
- ASTOR VAC. PAKCoffee if 'all motorists'were
home last Tuesday after thanks that we owe to the won treated as the following births:

spending several days"with Mrs. derful folks in,;the town of ,Law well in every ,service; station in Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelly of you with your special

i 59 Brown's mother,-of Petersburg: tey.On Florida the,state would be made- Starke, a son, Shawn Scott, July
G! without its
even sunshine. problems.
who is Ill;We are happy that'she the'evening of-July,3 my 11.
left here feeling better husband 'and I .were among the Living tn'a resort'.area, as we
Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Wilkins
Stork Shower thousand of people traveling 3 in do,"the: visitors'often ask about
Umit 1 with $5.00 or more food order. BULLINGTONStudio
Green Cove Springs, a son, Dar-
The home of Mrs., Donald holiday, traffic. We were'on our stopping places on the road
Whitikar was the'scene of a lovely way from Jacksonville, to our northward.',You "can be sure thatw rel Gene, July 12.

stork shower Saturday night, home at 'Clearwater ,Beach, and ;:will tell everyone of our court- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carver of & ,

given,, in honor of Mrs:, Mariland traveling on Highway' 301. .\ eousftreatment Lawtey and as- Starke, a daughter Brenda Dianne Gilt Shop

ASTOR SHORTENING or Whitikar.Games were played'during We had .decided to'pullinto sure them that they can'find serVice July 12. .
the evening and prizes were the next motel we1 saw and con- as well as' friendliness and

3Lb won by several ladies.;Mrs. Eva tinue our travels In the morning; fellowship at these places. With

Whitikar and Mrs. Donald Whiti About three miles from Lawteywe such 'nice folks in your town, it' Share the Profits in Star eI
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B'rite kar served refreshments: The honor slowed down for some cars is bound to grow. Good luck to ,

Can guest received many lovely and that'were stalled on theroad; arid all of them. I I.c

useful gifts.A. were sideswiped'by the car following Sincerely,

J. Boles Jr. is"spending, the us. Mrs. Dorothy Marchiselli I I :
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n First,Christian Church-- i' Y! YYYt.YY.Y YTy iy ,.y ; yy ;.w; i ,yy t Dont forget the Miss Allen r Method System for teaching will being made for all delegates. All

ti .I 't '1. NEWS OF ,INTEREST'TO' Chapel Contest be sure to help I! be introduced' by President A. 0.,!delegates are asked to come prepared I
!Morning 11 would like to .
worship, : am. the'young ladyyou Jenkins.. Housing reservations are i 'to enroll;
Rev. J. E. Sherwood pastor I CITIZENS OF, BRADFORD COUNTY see crowned "Miss Allen Chapel." ,.

Al CHURCH NEWS Sunday School 10 a.m. S., ? ,_ By<0zdra J..Shell Beach Outing. July 26, adults $1
l ** round tripto Little Talbot Island
w. Youth Churcn, 7 p.m.: '.. ... .'. .... .. .. . . . . , . Share the --Profit In Stark .
&&&&&&&&&aa. &&&&&&&&& l&&a. &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA children,75c Buses will leave the
Wednesday( Prayer Meeting church at 8 a. m. Lawtey. at 8:15.
f 1:30 !Senefit ,Beach !Odin i The: subJect- for discussion concerned
*>i n t ,! 11 p.m.Adult t I Sponsored by Prof. Eddie Thomp
come one come all, come adults I! Atheists and, Agnostics.
Choir practice, 6:45: kips trustee .of Allen Chapel for
: Methodist ChurchSunday I, At The, .Tabernacle Wednesday. pjn.* and, children. All aboard. for: the I A large crowd was in ,attendance.The Men's Day Rally. E. J. Givens,
f' big. trip, by bus to Little ,Talbot I adult classes' will close for a reporter.,
Church School. 9:45a. I An interesting' letter was received Ladies Council lat and 3rd island, near, Fernandina Beach yaeatiprron July 31 but will reopen -
m. Morning Worship. 11, a. m. recently from Rev. and Tuesday nights.Everybody next. Saturday July 26. The. tripis on Tuesday: September 2. New Bethel Baptist Church
A nursery for small children is ,SHs. Morris M. Brackman.. missionaries welcome to each being sponsored by Principal ,I.Persons Interested in enrolling are New Bethel"Baptist Church.: l
provkted' dUImg this hour.' Ser- and read to the Tabernacle :ervice. ,. Eddie Thompkins for the Men> !asked to do so on that ,night. Rev. A. Vinson, pastor held regular -
vices are broadcast over WRGR congregation The Brack- ,Day Rally at. Allen.Chapej A., M. :Classes: : in general education that services' on Sunday starting
each Sunday from Jl30; to 12 :mans are serving in Viegues, West HAMPTON E S. Church. New colored windows Include mathematics, English, Social .' with Sunday i School. Debris Jenkins Specials Good Fri., Sat. --- ONLY

: noon. MYF af 6:30.: All young people Indies and write of the work CHRISTIAN CHUKOT have been purchased: for ttiechurch : Studies science and Bible-; acting Supt.) : Class No. 1 ,

Invited to, ajvend. Evening there and the great need for Christian Endeavor: Friday' t.Uo. !_and will.cost over,a,thousand ,Moral and Spiritual F Foundations taught by Deacon E. R. Shell review -
: wor hip .8, p. m. Union, services mpre missionaries. m. Bible Study Wednesday. dollars. You can" help "pay and community music. The registration Deacon J. Royal morning Men's AllCURLEE

to will' be held in the Methodist Rev. Syd L. Rees of Jacksonville 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Wqr for then going on this trip.,A fee is $2' per- course for message was .delivered by the
Church with Ret. J. E. Sherwood will be guest speaker next Sun- ship, :11 a. m. Evening Worship. small donation, will be asked ofeach the entire year. Plan now to reregiSter pastor,, on the subject: "The LEVIS 3.45 & SEWELL

: bringing the message. day. 7:30 p.m.; .' Bible school. 10 a. m. -person, leni1''otJ refreshments for Adult Education in Christian Race", Velia Elma Shell
q Wednesday Prayer Meeting I Ii 9KIMGSLE will be on hand. Buses will. September. You don't have a was blessed and received by her Were 3.95 SUITSREDUCED I

: and Bible, Study, ,7;30;p, m. i St. Mark's ? LAKE' leave Allen Chapel at 8 a. m. A "Problem" now you have a chance godparents. Deacon and Mrs. B. .
Episcopal MISSIONARY BAPTIST top 'will be ,made in Lawtey at to_.learn even though you have T. Marshall Sr. B. T. U. at 6 p. /i0y'S .

.. Rev. Raymond !:. MacBlatn 'Sunday: School 9:4&: ajn. MornIng the R. R. station for persons there grown up. m.Delegates were chosen for the 7.77
R .11 wishing to make this trip. Come Carnation Club S. S.; Convention and B. T. U. LEVIS 2.45
Sunday Services-9:45: ajn., TTrrsblp a.m. Evening: .
'O\\\' 'untD Church School; 11:00: ajxu, Morn- Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting ins droves come in dozens brine The regular' meeting of the which will be held at.New Hope From Reg. PriceWilson.Bros.

I tag Prayer and Sermon. each Wednesday 7:30 p.ni Every ayour: friends: and all your cousins Carnation Social Saving Club 'will Baptist evening starting, today.At 7 p.,m Were 3.45
Holy Communion-First Sunday one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, be held on Monday July 21. All worship with choir
11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, pastor. Summer Program members are asked to be present. No. n, Deacon Green 'president .' Were 3.95 and 4.50
Plan to attend the Beach message by Rev., L. A. Till-
i 7:30 ajn. The summer recreation program ,.now(
.. I Wednesday-7:00 pjn. dolt CHURCH OF,CHRIST, in Bradford County is enteringits Party on Saturday August 2. For man tof Gainesville. During the DRESS SHIRTS ". 2.99
morning hour Rev
Practice; 7:45 pjn. Litany and C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister sixthweek. At RJE the activitt4s further information contact any Lee assistedin
.. Bible Study. Sunday Sunday School 10 include music arts and member of, the club and read this the service. Rev, Lee has recently -

., : J .. a. m.. morning service, 11 a. m.. ,, crafts, ,reading ,clinic, .'movies, indoor cplumn. _Mrs..','Corean McNeil, stitute returned in Lakeland from sponsored a Bible In- FREE PRIZE Et RY'ISMIN..
service 6:30 president, R. B. Cohen reporter.
NORTH SIDE evening : p. m. and out-door games., In the the school of
Religious Educationof
BAPTIST CHURCH: Wednesday Bible study, 7:30: area of Arts and Crafts pupils Bible Camp Winners F. N. I.,M. C., St. Augustine. WE WILL GIVE AWAY 12 PRIZES SATURDAY
.. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning p. m. are..continuing to be more creative Mrs. 1,. M. Royal has just returned Don't_ forget Christian Camp for AFTERNOON FROM I 2 TO 5 O'CLOCK. Shopporlunity
Worship. 11 : when offered opportunities while from Camp Woodrest of
a. m. Training
church children from 9 to 17 in Party at Our Store at 5 P.M. Saturday.:
''Jnlon 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- PENTECOSTAL"HOLINESSCHURCH experimenting with ideas and Polk City. She waS, accompaniedby August more'
.mss. about it
later. Joan
,; .r e hip.. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting : materials. Article made by ,the four of her former seventh Jenkins, reporter.
Wednesday. 1:30 p. m. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a. m.; MornIng students will be on display Thursday :; grade students: Gloria Edith

,. welcome.-Rev. Gerald Suggs,'pas..' Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic July 30..at RJE from 1:30;to Cummings, Betty Jean'cium, Ebenezer Baptist Church

4a tor. w .. R .t.UEILBRONN ,'. services 7:30 p. m. '- 33Q.; !In, the, playground area Flora Belle Hudson and Mary Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. i ALVAREZ STORE
> Wednesday Prayer Meeting snatch-cat and many other game Perdue. All of these girls won D. Robinson pastor held regular -

Madison Street MI5.jOts ART' 7:30: p. m. i including, ping-pong are being free camp because they recited,up service on the first Sundayand Est. 1894 Starke, Fla.
BAPTIST CHURCH supervised by Principal Eddie to 300 verses'or ,passages from the the spirit was high all day.
Sunday SchoOl 'it/ a. m. Morn. AIR,PARK BAPTIST' CHURCH Thompkins,who Is.the. director of Bible."'At camp,, they, won. additional The pastor preached out of his
Baptist Church Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Sunday,School,8:45: a. m.;Morn-? this center. A similar program, is awards for, being able to soul and asked the. older people
Worship, 7:30 p. m./: Training Ug, Worship 11 a m. ;,Training being conducted at C. C. Anderson repeat,50.of'those verses_and the not to be too hard on the younger

: ,(Presently Meeting Washington Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. mi Mid. Union 6:45:>> p., m., Evening Worship Junior High under the directionof 66 books of the Bible. Mary Perdue generation. Remember you
Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer .Principal ,Anderson. Persons won an award for excellencein weren't always fifty and sixty. 'TORE HOURS
:. and Grand Streets) 7:30 p.m.. Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. not; going to the lake on, Thurs- art work all girls were given Collection and donations from I 7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY
i Everyone welcome. days may. come ]to, the school by citations for the best kept bunks white friends as well as our membership -
Sunday School 9:45 AM CHURCH, OF' GOOf 12:30'and'see the free movies and; .in camp. Mrs. Royal served as amounted to $70. We THIS WEEKS .
Sunday School, 10 a. m.,'Morn deeply appreciate all of the 7:30 To Noon
learned con-
CHURCH OF JESUS CUBIST take. apart. in the music, activities volunteer counsellor and -
Morning WorshIp11 AM ing Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday ,LATTER:: DAT SAINTS, .1 with Supervisor ""Shell in charge. the first steps,.in swimming for tributions. On Sunday service will
.. Evening Service. 7:45' p. m. YPB! Services each Sunday in oldMasonic Elementary.. children go to.the, which she received honorable start with Sunday School at 10 2
Training Union-6:45 PM Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m a.m. Supt. H. Bryant ,in
Hall on E. Call St"Sup lak for swimming on Tuesday mention. 33 pupils were registeredin charge.
: Evening Worship 8 PM Prayer Meeting Friday, 7j45= p.,m. day School 11L, m. Sacrament and Thursday while high school the camp from Pensacola to tOur Sunday School and B. T. U.
LAWTET Monday and Wed- The Director was Convention is .in session and our
.. Service 8:30 p. m. Everyone welcome pupils go on Miami. Camp
Prayer'Meet. Wed., 8 PM Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning nesday and Friday mornings. Mr. Art Yohner; counsellors Mrs. pastor will preach the sermon at
., Worship, 11 a.;m. YPE\Serv Card Of Thanks J.-Townsend, E. Bennett; and our 8 p m. Sunday night at New
r Saturday.. 7:30 p. a. Hope Church all members 1
CATHOLIC CHURCH The' family of the late Charlie I local workers, Misses Bell and areaskdtobeH.
ft .
St Edward's; Starke: Sunday Lee, Jr. wishes to thank" Rev. Thompson. All persons attending ere OUU supportQur i
I Mara '10:00 a.m. Holyday Masses, Hosely.. members and fiends of this" Bible Camp reported a. very pastor financially and spirit-
FIRST BAPTIST Church Star e 6:30 and 8:30 ajn. Sign of the New Hope for all your expressionsat delightful and helpful vacation.A ually. Ranell English reporter. 'Watch This Space For Specials
c Church Musicians
Mrs. Esther Marie
Cross, Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism sympathy, and condolences i
: Rev. Lewis D.. Haines, Pastor Class for children every Saturday during' our recent 'bereavement: Ponpius from Venezuela was one A pianist is needed for Allen
9:30 a. m. Carrie Robinson and Family/ of, the camp guests during this Chapel A. M.: E. Church. Any per- SAVE Close Out SAVE
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Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of. Town St William's, .KeystoneHeights Camp' To Open period. We hope this experience son qualified and"interested may

Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 (follow Hiway. 21 south The scouts of Troop 71 Starke will cause more pupils to study contact the president Mrs. Addie
to St. William sign Sunday Mass, will leave for,camp Monday July and learn more about the Bible. Leggett or call 512-L Mrs. E. J.

SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. 8:15 a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:30 21. Camp registrations are still Church News Givens who will make a reportto
ajn. Confessions before all Mass- being received at ihe-Boy ,Scouts Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church the choir and Pastor Sampson. TIME
Sunday School 9:45 AM Training Union 6:30 P.M. it Headquarters 215-West Adams st ; k Allen Chapel A. M. Church Ebenezer Baptist' Church of Lincoln 0 .
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH for both camp periods: July 21 to Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will City needs a musician for i
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P 3f. LawteyA. 27, and July 28 to_August 3. The hold regular services on Sunday the first and third Sundays. Any

E, Massey, Pastor cost of camp per scout for each starting with Sunday School at persons interested may contact IS HERE
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU :Bible school 10 a.m. week is $11 including transport 10 a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in [the. president of the choir. Mrs.

: AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Preaching, 11 a. m. \ ation. Reservation fee of $2 mustbe charge. The morning message will Lonnie Gibbs or Ranell Englishat
Evening Service 7:30 p. m. paid in advance to assure a be delivered by the pastor A. C, the Bradford County Hospital \

.. Bible'StUdy and Prayer Meet. scout a, place in the week he de- E. League at 3 p, m. President 496.New
Ing. 7:30 p m.; Wednesday.i : : sires. Camp applications may be Fannie Morris in charge 4 p. m. Hope Baptist Church Rev. Pr/cesona//GLIDDEH/ / PRODUCTS
The perfect tribute to 1 Radio program, 8' to 8:30 'a.m. secured from, any Scoutmaster, Missionary meeting, evening worship L. W. Mosley. pastor will be host
each Commissioner or the Boy Scout at 6 p. m. All members are to the 7th annual session of the
Sunday over stationNRGR
:. a cherished memory Starke. headquarters. The camp staff willie asked, to see class leaders and Sunday School and B. T. U. DiStrict %
l tLAWTEY composed of adult Veteran make a full report. Bro. Homer Convention Auxiliary to the REDUCED 25

Every funeral that we con CHURCH OF CHRIST Scouters and young men who will Williams Is general chairman of Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Association TO

: duct is a source of sustaining (presently meeting in City Hall) be present at camp to ,direct ,a the Men's Day Program which Rev. G. McArthur
solace and spiritual inspiration l + Sunday-Bible, study, 10 aim., program that will.satiSfy each will be held In August. All trustees moderator. The program will begin : "f
and stewards are working hard at 9 a. m. Thursday 17
., to the worship, 11 a. m... camper's desire for adventure. The
family. I s Evening-Joung, peop1 's, Bible scouts are well fed both in quant- with the members to make thisa and will end on Sunday July 20.

Hundreds of details study, 7i; preaching, 7:30. ity and quality. Three meals per grand celebration. A very successful Outstanding leadership has bee'nsecured
are managed and economically 5
District, Missionary meeting for this meeting. The of(
day every day. Camp Coacoochee -
Wednesday-Bible study ?:30 ,
attended to that only a trained and careful P.. m. ... dining hall faculties are among I was held at Allen Chapel.last ficers are: S. S. Department Deacon SHEET ROCK
organization can perform when the urgent need Radio ProgramStation best found anywhere. Your boy Saturday afternoon with district A. O. Jenkins, president:

for serving is at hand.DeWITT WRGR, Monday, 6:39 a. m. will receive all of this for the' president E. J. Givens in charge. Rev. J. P. Franklin, vicepresident PER

... ... .. small amount of $11. Churches; All the churches of the Lake" City ; Miss P. A. Diggs secretary:
C. JONES SEVENTH DAY clubs and civic organizations are" District were repreSent Pre- Mrs. Mary Arnold treasurer; B. T.

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE ADVENTIST CUUfiCH being asked for donations to"send siding Elder Jenkins complimented Ut Dept, Mrs. Lucretia Jones, 4'X8"X3-8" SHEET
f the local on ,the president: Mrs. Angie Franklin
PHONE 7We Services each Sabbath in the some of these boys who are un missionaries ,
t home of S. N.Browa across from able to pay fee in full. U you want very}fine tfrogipm,: reception and vice-president; Miss Vernell Brad-
furnish the highest type service at lowest.prices,,and- acceptANT Bethel Baptist .Church east of to help please contact B. T.''Mar:, dinner. President ;.Givens wishesto well, secretary; Mrs. Sarah Jeq-
life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANY company,"as Starke. Sabbath School 2' p.' in shall.: Sr. at Rte. 1 Box 218 or thank Principal, Thompkins kins, treasurer; Choir Mrs. Pear-

payment In Pan or fat full on ,funeral_ .services. Consultation Bible 'Study 'each Wednesday, phone 25-R. Post, Commander! and all the local ladles who prepared lie Scott, President; Mrs. Hatte

carries no obligation 7:30 p. m.-Ardtn Mote, pastor Julius Royal,will be glad to make! food and gave such gener Schuman pianist; Mrs. Viola NO MONEY DOWN
the collection. I ous assistance for this meeting..,Jones acting Chorister. Thee

Sunday School- It" a. m.; morning Mr. and Mrs. Julius Chandler $ eo $ a $ = $ =, $ ee $ eeJ $
,worship11 a, m.; training Jerome and their mother recently Repair

union 7 p m.; evening, worship, returned from a vacation in Phil- $
?PROUDlF YOURCOMMUNITY '. 8p.m. adelphia, Pa, "Moot" experiencedquite -
Rooms --- Carport ---
Z Wednesday-Hour of Prayer a drive. He"is employed by .
1 8 p. m. Big Dad Manufacturing Co.: On Win four
the eve of his return to the city r Bath Room .
C ? NEW BTVEB he had to leave on a business trip .'
..BAPTISV.CHVRcHSunday ."t for the'company 'arid drive a9 far lm \ .
War. again : North ,. 1tre iF '
School 10 a, m. north 'a*. Carolina. \ !

r'd. ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening SeVv.ts Amandalene,works for Mr.$. Ritchof $ -' '.. .I.) '
? ,. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eau the, Charley E., Johns Agency.. f4 l.; a 4
e / --. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. We know that Bob Franklin Is = '$66,000in Paint --- New Roof
happy to have Amanda back because { ptizos! !

HIGHLANDBAPTIST; : he"didn't like being the sub : (LABOR AND MATERIALS)
:CHURCH stitute. Mrs. Chandler is'employ- + ")
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ed :by Dr.and Mrs. Fetos. All reported 6 C d M Ae Crary:Tram!fr TOntmrt already eMmd

'.- .- --' .....? Morning Worship, U. a. m: and a very delightful trip, and the' sefhillipe 66 RHYbfE-A-Llh'E CONTEST, .
No doubt your civic pride is just 7:3Q p. m. :Prayer Meeting, each vacation. :-P,1. n'Lwf1\ uylo rr. Drives in for,your entry blank r
I Wednesday-7:30 p. m. _" Rev Dell Chapter Meeting today at nay Phillips 66 Itlt oo. No parcLaM repaired
as strong'and enthusiastic as oars George Chism pastor. Everybody Dell Chapter 168 will meet* at ee" -jut. writ*the last Iioe foi a simple limerick. .,.., + FREE ESTIMATESCALL l

; here at the bank..Let's welcome. 8 p. m. tonight in the Masonic c -
remember lit nOb A guoranteW hcoM cf $225,.r. n* lot
Ik then trade Hall on Brownlee St..AIiniemberSare ".-- .1 ( ... a313'ooC Il'cotUt ;-t OR WRITE :
to loeallj: n4 do everything HTWAT aIAPELASSEMBLY asked to be present- end on ; 4'i.IS'A :
IIOIIIh for 66 IIOIIIht. or $4,600
possible to help l the progressof OF GOD time. Vacation has been cancelled :24 c.riW..1Da.rtlZIl'**$100* -'pw. DAY OR NIGHT !
O. )L Osborne, Pastor due to business of vital .im-
:our home $" *.*!' .,
community. Is $2500 -
a.'m.Mora.Ing :
Sunday School10 portance. We are'glad to have .. 1
important to all of us. Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic sister M. L. Paul back after a m Alto 660 ftfecUe ifercfefMRM Pritfli -- 4S"OR 333

Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday workshop experience at Florida G&! .
weekly prayer service. ,Invitation University. She is expected to attend -" 14 vM'Fide&.fl.-- d.&tis.it'o
extended to everyone. the meeting according:to a ;$ .. K,W* '
50_ 8.. COOT &rrojedtar Sdi .
.. - recent report. Sister Janie S. .
r ,EVERGREENBAPTIST Mitchell. Worthy Matron S t v i) R>0 sri..a2O" ti0loty Toni hionaa STARKE BUILDERS
CHURCH Adult Education '. .$7 90"1.*cfrypOM1 -'- r: *. :-

Sunday School 10 amP a- A special lecture wai' held for Enter;; M tuoy timec'u yon.... Rnfc are printed on .
Jnj...ll,a. m. .Tralnlnj/Uaioa? 6\ifl\ the general public 'at RJE Tuesday 'entry blank. Harry...all entries mUlE be post-
It'. q your
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p. m. preaching 7:39 p. m. Prayej night at 7:30 by Rev. J. P. muted sot later tbia midnight,July 26, 1958. GOOD INC.
FLORIDA, B nk Meeting Wednesday 7:30. p. m..- Franklin teacher of the class in $ LUCK, .
Moral and "Foundations.
One of 28 Banks ta'CPV a'S.arlce. "GRAHAM JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. ,

the FloridaNation11 al | BAPTIST CHURCH YOU'LL LOVE t&e new Estei_ [After. .5 P.M. Call Eston Jordan 340.W
Group M Sunday school ,l&.a. m.Moia- DISTRIBUTOR < *
Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation tog Worship, ',11 a*'tal, Training brook parse-size fountain pent In ;AT SA.L.: DEPOT STARKE, FLA

Union, 6:30 p. in. Evening Worship pastel abadea Only $S.OI at Brad Starke Fla.
tiIF"EIt' r. f'O. t- J : ,- 7:30 p.' m. Rer..' W;- (X *.... ...,........- -, .-.- -. .' ,- -

Collins- 8r.pastor. ;.ji....i ford County Telejrapa :::;:0


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TYYTTtTYYtTYYYTYTTTyyyyf, gtandpace ts'1ti; r.iiMfrDdvtd: I,:r(\ 'd af'..;t.'t"' er; Q\.l44U1IP.'..._ :"' wily 9.'' Mlami'were-supper guests of 1 1I ,r Harris was ill last weEk: and hid -Lail.-baek-ta Uwir-homc: in Park Coleman was hurt last Sunday f vile en Mp:: az.DScVllklni: n.

Coale. f Mrs?Prat is JJie.f ne>.,AIIce Bt. Mrs. C!..B. Nolan; and sons to FO to the d ctor. -...-sbU11:, W.,Ya.Jor a. visit, moinim: by glass from a broken Claude Greco? J. C: tfola.i.' ...en-
LAKE Miss Laura Jones spent Sunday I John, daughter,.of Mr. and:Mrs;I II 'iSaturlja7 I night., _, I I I Mr. "and' Mrs. Leon Hart and( Little Miss Mete: Sweat recently window find had tObe carried to kdoctor. ne.t1L Manning.'John ahd Ed ilos-
afternoon in Green Cove Springs.I I.V, ,$. St. John cl Stafke.MAXVILLE. Our mail carrier Sidney Harris;'family and Mr and Mts. 'Charles<<; celebrated her tIrlliday'with "' ley were alSO, Cv1e.fEti;' w *,j

BY Mae Moorewart..ynr..nnnm.r Miss Winifred Cofle of Wood- is enjoying a two .weeks vacation,\Griffin of Jacksonville enjoyed I party. I Billy l Nolanseems to be improving Mrs, Evelyn; Qrjfhgfand[ daughter
r bine. Ga, 15 1 .spending,her..vacationat .TY.'TY9YTYYYYYYY'. YYY.' and he,and his,wife were visitors 'an outing and swun' at McGnt's, Bonnie Padgett celebrated her from a several days illness.C. Sarah Mae. are enjoying a
the lake. -- ip .Jacksonville! ,on Monday.\? I Creek i Sunday I 15th birthday on. Saturday, July i B. Nolan ;and son, Bobby, visit with. relatives' fii. College
t; Attendance was really up at Rev. and Mrs., H H. Mott were I; ; Mrs Albert Smith and daughter -I, Mr: and Mrs. Bob Robinscn and 5, with a birthday* arty: at her* :were business visitors in Gaines Park. Ga. "
meeting service last Wed- Sunday guests of Air. and Mrs.I '. ; enjoyed an outing! i at Kingsley, Miss Darlene Garrett' returned to home here. -- : .
Safer i Beach the 4th"of JulY. .1 their home in Baltimore.Md. last Robin I
night. Keep up the good Grady Bishop., | By Mrs. C. B. Nolan on Little Miss Higginbotham
there is power in prayer ''Tommy., Martin of Brooksville: Tuesday after a. two weeks visit celebrated her first birthday "
., Miss Jane Smith was a Sunday DRIVER'S licenseBUY
I Something eke for our men' to night guest of Miss Sandra Moore.Mrs. .' ..'..6..6..6.. .6..6.. .6.. .6..6.1.6.'u.6..6.. spent iast weekend with his aunt*' here with Mr?andllrs. Doss Hig Thursday July 10, when. her motherhad -I your
remember I i Mrs.,.Hv tt. Kilgore. and family.. i ginbotham and family. They, were "a few*friend' in fat'cake:
each Saturday is work R. L.' Smith and daughter! Vacation-Bible School -was held I
: ", Mr, and Mrs Rudolph Wilkintson -I accompanied home by Mrs, Hig- and homemade ice cream. I
day on the new church. The ladies last weekat- the LODI Brandt
E. M. :
Jane accompanied by Mrs. : !
pa promised and family of>; ._ .Auburndale! ginbctham ,and her daughter, We regret that Miss EvelyfiCOlA
below Now I am Norton and children visited In i'Baptist Church .and Cpmmeneerjment : '
have returned to their home after Shirley., I
fcurfcjwe will sown be reedy: to move,,?airbanks. Monday. exercises,'were heW Friday _
into the I a 10 day visit with Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Dora Byrd and Mrs. Ruby ;
new bmldins. j LOW COST LIABILITY
night .They had a ,good:attendance -1 tC.t -- INSURANCE
E. Wilkinson, Sr. .
Durrance carried E. C. Padgett to
The young people's Sundry all week: and everyone enjoyed *
Recent, Births Miss Annette Higsinbotjiam) of the Duval Medical Center in Jac"ksonville ; "t .
School class had their annual: I II it. t k j
i Jacksonville spent last ,"'eekend'I last Friday to arrangefor SUMMER OQL!
picnic and fishing trip last Satur i I I Pfc. and Mrs. Earl S. Dicks Of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harris had with Miss Jun: ? Higgin otham: 'treatment. w No Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
day. Everyone'reports a good time. Fayetteville. N. C. announce the as their guest.last ..Sattu.dayMrS:I I[ .
l Mr. and: Mrs: D., J, Parrish,and Mr. and Mrs Waver Griffis and TAKE' A .
Our School or Music begins July birth of a app, Earl Scott, Jr.. Qn Jennie Stubbs of JaCKSOnville Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hig- : ,
family, Durrance and
MrsRuby ,
20 and continues through July 25. June 26. Mrs. Hicks b the daughter Mary Wellhausen also visited with 'ginbtham and dau. hter, Mr.: and forsymptomat'
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Mrs. Dora and C.
sons' Byrd E.
All those) 'who-enjoy singing, are cf'; Mrt and Cbas. A. JenkinsofiStarke them on Tuesday and Sunday... Mrs. 'C. B- Nolan 'and sons and
Padgett enjoyed swim and picnic
invited to attend t c / > ( i Mr. and Mrs. C.. E. Wilkinson, Howaid Durrance, Henry Well- Supper, at Strickland's'Landinglast 666 AGENCY
Vacation 'B&le), School begins Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. hausen and Miss Sandra Holliman. Saturday RELIEF
''Aut&st'U and continues through I Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Smith Winton Parriah and family of of Palatka enjoyed a! swimming f t c I l 1.n W. Call Street ThVne ''285WORLD'S
August* 15. Everyone 'is welcome.Mr. of W. Adkins,street announce the Avoa.vPart.enJoyed a Picnic and party and, weiner roast at Black; Miss Jo ,Ann Parrish accompanied -
and Mvs.-Davld Cottle have birth cl a song, William Paul qn swim at Strickland's Landing .Q[} Creek near'Long Branch lastFyiday ; ,some Jacksonville friends to I <
;roved back- to1 the lake: from June 13 at St.. Vincent's Hospital. July 5af r Mr. Fairish entered night.Later they were joined Hampton Lake last Saturday,. .
Cedar Key. ,, i where they enjoyed swiming, boat
.the >>apt t Hospital in Jack- by Mrs. J. CK Nolan and chDdien,
Little David Cottle of Woodbine, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ernst of St. sonville for treatment. We wish and Mrs: ,Hattie Nolan at the riding and water-skiing.
,Ca. spent the weekend his the birth pf Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat of
.. visiting Augustine announce, him a speedy recovery. Mrs. Par- home pf Mr. and Mrs. D". J,
rish and the children are ,staying (i'tor, entertainment.' _' Macclenny spent last weekend
with Mrs. Parrish'a father, Fred of with\ Mr. and Mrs. E. 'Hig'ginI
Share the Profits in Stark Miss Barbara ,Jean ,Brock
botham and all
on Monday they
Lang: on Clay I Hill, Cliieflanjl has returned ,to. her I ,.
i Doctor's Inlet.
enjoyed fishing at
,Little Floyd Kilgore is recuper- home after a two and one' half
ating from a week's illness of a weeks visit here with},her brother- We regret that Mrs. D. B. Grif
infection., sister and M.rs.ay fis has been ill with arthritis and
virus h.law and Mrs. :
V W' 'N$ hope that she will soon be well
\1MC i Joan'and Harold Bell, children ,Harris. $ LoEnr : )
of Mr. and.Mrs.. J. D. Bell are W i Friends jof Doss Higginbotham, Mrs. Dorothy Waters has returned ..
at their.home here and we wish will regret to learn that he. .-became to her.home after spendinga I ; < !" J_ week in the St. Luke's Hospital.we '
severely ill
then a speedy recovery f Sunday'night UP. ftB
I Mrs. Earl Mosley and children and ,was rushed to the Ed Fraser wish her a speedy: ncuvlt"y.: ,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY JULY 18, 19 spent Monday with her grandmother hospital where e'a patient. We" Mt:&. Ruby Durrance.. Mrs. Waver -]

Mrs. Hattie Nolan ( \yisjihjm; f\ peedy recovery,. Jrifisl and Howard Durrancewere .

Mr and 'Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mrs J. C. Bell and son Jimmieof visitors u in Jacksonville! Mon-" t .

sons, Billy and Bobby, enjoyed a ,Jacksonville were,; :recent guests day. ,
long 4th of July weekend at Flag- for one week 'of Mr.' and 'Mrs.' "Albert Henry Carter accompanied his FINE E QUALITY ADDING MACHINE 0::

ler Beach with Mr. and Mrs. BQb ,Smith, and family. : : son-in-law and daughter] Mr and I "
SAWT Nolan and son, Robert. While\ I ' 1 '

there Mr. Nolan served as a judge -, the 'PflT'CQOA, C :

r in the little Miss Flagler Beach ONfrQTV. OR, GAL,'0F'PAINT ,. "
contest for Queen. j 1' -0

fl Little MIss' Connie Eunice of F R E E ge o'o'o
CLEAR*, PLASTIC Lawtey is visiting with her aupt> I
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney "
*ctr'At: Co.'iEis4 Harris while her mother, MM. i. .. '. '. S Sss :'
O > o i Harold Eunice, la i a patient in the ,"We1Eliminie( the'" Middleman's Profit"" ., ,'.,\.
34.95 Bradford County Hospital, Staike. 4 -
>4 Mr; and Mrs Ben Higgenboth- MARY"CARTER 'PAINT STORE .

am and children, Mr. and Mrs..J. .. .... .. ... "-' .. 9 1 7s .'
life Last 19.95 installedferry D. Padgett and son, and Mr. and 501 N. W 8th Ave.. t. Gainesville FR,6-7588
They Mrs. John D. Paggett enjoyed V .. -

'< .. ,7 swimming and a fish fry at tog .1'
Branch last Saturday night t '

Mr. and Mrs Ben Higginbothamand .. "'- ."'-.- .' ..-.. -...,,- ', -
Cloth Seat Covers 4.95 family visited in Jacksonville LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT r .

last Monday. |
Reg. 7.93*Value XIM1TED SUPPLY Miss Betty Davy of Jacksonville BUILDING JOBFor .:....

returned last Saturday after ia
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Used. TV Antenna and" Installation kinson.week's visit with Miss Shirley Wil-| 9. 'r -.- ...' I >,, f .>

Little Lloyd Kilgore has returned ,. ...
Complete 79.95 home from the Baptist Hospital .",( ."

in Jacksonville ,wherghe.had.beEn:, Free ; .,,, "vmpc' ,1i IAii'" ,.
a patient for six days due to an > :
See The New Johnson Outboard Motors .eye injury. I Estimates a .'. :-,"1J'
,Miscellaneous Shower r' 'r::' 'c..l urc::: 'jf lax and c. ,get workatbornperfectforfigure '

Now Qn DisplaySHEPHERD'S s .The'ladtec of the Maxvllle Bap- Phone 1 <.. =

? .. tut' Church, entertained v Wednesday 89 9501
... -----r--.- k of every kiiiJ. ,
Tiigbt.i July 9fc after prayer Y
> RADIO & meeting withy a nuacellaneouaahoieer 493JRESIDENTIAL '. Plus Tax rI "

'TV honoring Mn.sJ. D. Pad- ....
U INM N D.t GREEN, Owner gett; recent bride The nonoree.re- COMMERCIAL .
ceived: manj ustfuT and Attractive .
TV Radio Seat Covers gifts which refreshments '
Upholstering( after: : ,
'* ; % / wntt served 'to Mesdano Francis COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Phone 239. stark; Colenw1.t Oscar\ Harris Jack Wil- BRADFORD
.,, ... '-. nondaw kinserv.James.Coleman: John J. W. THOMAS Construction i .tr

Color. T.V. Headquarters 11 North, .Marx Wellhausen. Ruby
i t 1 Purrance, Dora Byrd, Leon Harris, .I

D. B. Griffis and, Misses Evelyn .. a ., r 4. :< a See the only first run'westWn. on TV "Buckskin Thursday 9:30 EST, Channel% ..
Coleman and Jewel North. MwlfdYaAY-0- NrdF01c..AwblwMwwr.- 6w'rnNwi.aglucaAtaninl' '

Friends of Mutt Harris will be

YOU interested to learn that after his
A HOME CAN AffORD re\urn'.to pt.. Knox,"Ky.'after':a .
15 day furlough at his home here
he was sent to the port of em:
Custom Built on Your Lot barkation for overseas duty. We

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wish him good luck wherever.the r

I.. goes and hope that the time will
pass quickly so that he can soon

be home again. <

: 'Mrs..''WK A.;; Cannon and Miss
Sandra' Holliman of Palatka and

Mrs. Q. M.Beach, Hastings spent ....
last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. "'"- t

C. B. Nolan and sons, Billy and -? + VI
i t Bobby. Sandra remained until .
Saturday visiting with; them., i

Miss Linda Godwin" Jackson-

ville spent .four.,days last week
visiting with hr uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and

daughters i

MAlice ra. Charley Griffin and Mrs.
Norton of ,Jacksonville
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were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon

ALL BEVIS', 'HOMES 1 .., Harris'.-end family one day last
week. lit
5 Treated Sills and Floor Joists We are glad that Marion, Con- "

t Double Framing On All Openings nie and:.Donna Higginbotham. :: '" ': ,,,: :: !' -u-;' ':>,-, .4":. ,:''
Full 8-Foot Ceilings children of Mr,and Mrs. Ben Hig- :: : ,", : '''' -" !!!::, 'urm; :al : ...:. "' ..... "
ginbotham are well after a. recent ymggP UM MBAoMHMMMWMMMUt, ,fmrvmrw*
..Solid Pier: Blocks l' aM TlwMirtatMpr*FwtM,MO Ta1ddr, ?,
illness :: i ,.fcvi frt Ml SAFOf SUSJ..*,..i., R
: Top Quality Paint, Choice of Colors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylorof NOW MORE THAN EVER .

Follaton. Ga. were recent visit v1r ;.., -

1 it i 1 4 ... f, 1 .' L,1 w ore of-Mr..and Mrs."C.'.E. Wilkinson ,

J'" No DpWn.Payment"Low Tommy Mrs., Jr Obed of Brooksville, Martin and and son n Coy FORD makes it foo1sJioL put off buying a new car !

Kilgore ,of South Haven Mloh. 7 t K I33X.. sJ 7' -. w <

>I Monthly Payments were guests of.Mrsl Raymond Kil Rltbt lid firi* Fords Sienna TraAif Pink you caninake.t Fords adrift Jl$uft Ride Cwtml is standard equip-
AND gore and family:last Monday: I deal aIbeautifulaewj8 ;fmeit' Ford car. And onIY1fordln its field COME IN AND SAVE DURING THE
IN STARKE VICINITY We regret that little Hiss Robin )e gear's ffes{ on o\every:. .
CALL. OR SEE SMITH DEVOE PHONE 410-J Smith daughter of,Mr. and Mrs. Ford. Whether);OU. '3Jlt a convertible.V-8 sedan .ha g.jo4rt{ >,-rubber.padding In all front' seats.

540 W. ADKINS STREET Albert. Smith, has been.ilj at'.her or station wagon, you'll find Ford.has dhe lowest :YM caa km TbnndffkH GO,too,with the biggest newest 'FORD .SUMMER
... home this weeks 11 price in all the land! v iV-8 in its field:Team; it*"with new CruiyrQ;'fatic -
WILL SEE YOU AT HOME, ANYTIME Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris visited "' and on r \
Drive UP.l gas
Frr'sms My wilDe drire.lDe.1n! fact, a Ford save r'
t- DAY OR NIGHT Mrs. Harris brother-in-law. Clif- Ja Jill iTRADlilG'PI"HIC"! .
ord Tomlinson of Callahan at;.the .:". 'Six l f pratst .tar..wi llmr te, watt flare than it is now. ;
CALL US COLLECT PALATKA EA 5.5317 St Vincent's'hospital In Jacksm- ) any :j.Q and dgl'e! hpw. ;.little' it ,costa to own 4

AI.: t :'JFOR. APPOINTMENT' f i vile Sunday. Mr. Tomlinson ; ihese heyitifuj new 58 Fords! af

,.. recuperating from severe burnsreceive t'., e TERWH'Yw N,

: Bevis Construction Co. Inc. their way about they came two weeks through'Mld-ago.'On : ;RS

yt dleburg to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dalw- 0
son Padgett. Mrs. Padgett is get
8:00 A.M. To 5:00 PJH. ting along nicely now following a '" :
I' .. .Open Daily \V.l\IADISON'ST.. .STARK FLA. PHONE 118
Palatka Half NileVest of ?Y"at .NeW Palm Ave. serious, illness., j ', .' .' i-,&
.V. Ii t \.; 1.
'Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holliman
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I increased cost of parts and the lines of his' farm were location many lovely gifts from her many daughter of Jacksonville. brother--7 Edwin and wife and to 14 -

continued misuse of the equip- aerial photographs and a request friends. 'I' Little Janet Brown was given see his mother Mrs. Carrie Casque I aiviHome
/ ment warrants the $5 minimum for a soil and capabilitymap Cake and punch was served to .party on Thursday by her mother who is a patient in a convalescenthome

charge it is felt. made.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYl. about forty guests by Mrs. RUS- Mrs. John Brown, celebratingher there.
Complete soil and water' con- sell Green. Beverly and Joan 9th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Bryant Reddish returnedto AppliancesYour
servaticn farm plans were pre- Green Those enjoying this lovely affair .
and Virginia Parrish. her home on Saturday after
=1M Oil S1 !lCtliii I pared for Philip Studer and T. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and with Janet were W. E. Gault. being in St. Vincents Hospital Friendly

W. Tatum. Studer is' interestedin children of Dundee are visiting Charles and Marie Smith Billy since Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Soil ConservationN. establishing some permanent RISING the H. E. Stokes for a few days.; Donnie. and Tommy Wise Johnny Rae and family cf Gainesville, Norge DealerS

.- E W S pastures. The conservation farm Returning to Key West after a.. and Larry Brown.. Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Snow of
plan suggests the use of Pensa- By Mrs Gordon Jones 15 day furlough Kenneth Mott I Young. Carolyn Libby and George -, Starke visited the Reddishes on NORGE APPLIANCES >

By Bill Haas cola Bahia and Coastal Bermuda took his brother with him as far: Smith, Dianne. Jerry and I Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. O.
Soil Conservation Service grass for the types of soils that LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASaturday Wayne Teston. 'X3enelle Prevatt.; 9 MAYTAQ WASHERS
as Jacksonville where he will visit. ons and family returned to their
are en Studer's farm. of Mike, Charles, and Shelia Norman i!tome in
night guests Mr. I Mrs. Claudia Warren and granddaughter Tallahassee on Sunday O COLEMAN HEATERS U4
The regular monthly meetingof Tatum is going to plant pines and Mrs. Eddie Norman were Mrs. I returned to Dade' City Linda Devore. Carol and after spending several weeks
the Board cf Supervisors for on most of his land. He was as- Elvlee Jones, Mrs. Maude Morris, I Tuesday after visiting with Sam Paul Norman, Sue Linda, and with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. FLOOR FURNACES
the Bradford Soil Conservation sisted in establishing a system oi and Ernie Norman of Gainesville. Smith family for 'some time. Sandra Craft and June Brown. Bryant Reddish. I We Service All MakesOf

District was held at UoydOreen.s fire breaks by the Bradford Carolyn Jones visited her uncle Mr. and Mrs. M. B, Bass, Jr. of Mrs. Brown was assisted in serv- Mrs. Mary Reddish spent Sun- Appliances
home. Those present Fire Control Unit. A ing by Mrs. Earl Prevatt, Mrs.
County syStem and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Newberry visited Mr. and Mrs. day with Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
were Foster Shi Smith, Sam Mc- cf fire breaks will help Ralph Wise, Mrs. Earl Teston, ,
pre I Tone of Starke Saturday. Sam Smith last week. Also visit- Baldwin and other relatives at Phone 10
Garvey. J. B. White and Llcyd vent loses due to wildfires, whichare Uvarvf-Johnson Wedding ing them the Mrs. L. P. Raf use. and Mrs. Theo- he
Smith Thomas
were Hardey
cottage on Kingsley
Green, Supervisors G.T. Hug- Starke Florida
; so damaging to newly planted dore Young.
Weding bells rang out July 5 family of Miami, and Mr. Smith's Lake. I
gins Secretary; Pat A. Miller pine seedlings. Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley ard -
'or Miss Anna Jean Johnson and mother of Newberry.Mr. .
President of the Cattlemen's Association -
Bob Paterson used the District's William I Billy] Alvarez. Miss and Mrs. M. I, Ogdon are family and George Privett are .
; Leon Carter and Bill rotocycle mower to control weed 'ohnson is the daughter of Mrs. returning to Pompano Tuesday spending two weeks ,with Mr.Pauley's Shore ttte Profits to Stark

Haas Soil Conservation Service. on his pasture land. *red Johnson of Ocala and Mr. after visiting with the J. H. parents in Danville W.
Sam McGarvey gave an inter-
Morris Carter used the District's Vlvarez is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sowells family and friends for Va.Sunday
esting report on the watershed guests of Mr. and Mrs.
grain drill'to plant Ses- TTilliard Alvarez of Starke. Mr. several days. .
meetings that were held in this Arlie Dcbbs were Mrs. Percy Cas-
md Mrs. Alvarez are making their
bania for a cover crop on his Mrs. R. T. McDavid is visiting -
area on, Mrs. Clara ,Bell Stewart and
'icme in Starke.
cropland.A her daughter Mrs. Vancycle in -
The Beard discussed the $5 Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones oh. and Mr. and Mrs. Casey
for Gainesville for few
request soil a days.
a conserva-
minimum charge on equipmentand I tion farm plan was made by and sons and Miss Carolyn Jones Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ray Carl-I Dobbs and sons, all of Jackson

decided to continue it. The'Maurice Edwards Jr. The land Tere dinner guests of Mr. and ton recently moved to Fairbanks. ville.Nelson Blocker !
Mrs. Arthur Masters and sons and

Stark Mrs.Mr.Elvlee and Jones Mrs. Eddie of Sunday.Gainesvilleind Normanwere I Mrs. Byford them. Sunday King spent Mr. and Saturdaywith Mrs.I day Miss'with Jackie Mrs.H A.leyspt.Sa H. Harley and-- !!!!!!!!!!! !!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!n! FRIDAY, SATURDAY JULY 18, 19

Share the Profits In Carlton had dinner with Mrs. By- the H. C. Harley family. Mrs. A.
dinner guests of Mr. and
ford King.LAVTEY. H. Harley went home with them
Mrs. Gordon Jones
1 1 Church News Sunday. and will also visit Mrs. Mattie WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE

Sunday School. 10 a. m. mornIng ?...?......YYYYYYTYYTT1 Miley while there. ,
Worship. 11 a..m.. Training Mrs. Sherman Bell and Mrs.

Union, 7-p. m., end mid-week Glenn Crews and family of Jacksonville Blonde
\.' \ spent Sunday with Mrs. or
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday.BROOKER .
Commodore Crews and Miss Vera -

'. ...... VT VT..................., Aj Mrs. Joyce T. FutcbAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Crews. TABLES 5.95: up.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harvey in

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Orlando Mrs. Ernest Peavy and
I had as guests during the weekend Mrs. Gara Dorman in Occee. and STEP TABLES
: I By Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and the J. C. Prevatt family in Ocala 5.95 up

ROBBINS'SUMMER I sons of Callahan and Mr. and this weekend.
-- --
Mrs. Coleman Phillips of Waldo. Rev. Harvey Lane of Middle-
I Cecil Wade and Wayne Stal- Mr. and Mrs. Brown Bennett burg conducted prayer servicesat
naker are spending a week at and family of ,Miami spent last the home of Mrs. Senie Pre- up
Camp O' Suwannee .
at Branford.Mr.
week with the Mitchell Brownsat vatt on Sunday afternoon.
and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker Shipmans Camp on Lake SantaFe. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins

Juanita and'David spent Sundayand .,They also visited Mrs. Georgia and family of Jacksonville visited BEDROOM ROCKER 9.95
Monday with the T. C. Stal- Maple
Ann Sapp and Mrs. Senie Prevatt. the O. J. Anders family on Sat
IS STILL IN PROGRESS! nakers at Fort White and enjoyed Miss 'Enza: Blanchard was in urday.Mr. .
Jacksonville on'Thursday and was and Mrs. Joe Starling,
Linda Sue Thomas visited the luncheon'guest of her sister, Misses Bernice Privett and Ger- PLATFORM ROCKERS 15.95
We Must Make Room for New Fall Mer- Elaine Crosby in Starke Sunday. Miss Arthurine Blanchard at aldine Starling Mrs. Rob Futch up
Lynn Craig of Gainesville is Morrisons.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan, Mr

chandise Now Arriving visiting two weeks with Ilene Wesley Thomas and son. and Mrs. Bobby McClellan Mrs
Thomas. Jody of Hendersonville arrived Lillian Padgett and family and !
Mrs. R. A. Holden of LaCrosse 7-Piece- DINETTE
last Sunday for, a visit with her Everitt Futch attended a family 59.95
visited Mr, and, Mrs. Benny -
HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS IN parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. reunion at Umatilla on Sunday.
Thcmas Tuesday'afternoon.
On Tuesday Jody fell from a tree Mrs. Hester Hicks, and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasand and when carried to the doctor Mrs. Glenn Shuford has as Sun-
children visited the W. E. [ % LIVING ROOM SOFA 10.00
EVERY DEPARTMENT! Halls in Hilliard tests proved that he had a broken day guests Mr. and Mrs. Spanky -
Tuesday night.
' wrist and other complications and Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Whit-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and
he was.a patient 1 in Bradford tington, and Mrs. James Hoganof
daughter Yvonne of Starke and MANY MANY MORE BARGAINS
County Hospital for several days Jacksonville.Mrs. ,
Peggy Conner of Hollywood. Fla., Frank, Wells and daughter -
Mrs. G. W. Durham and Freddy.
ROBBINS'The visited Mr. and Mrs., Bishop Griffin of Jacksonville and Mrs.j Nina spent from' Monday to
Thomas Sunday afternoon while C. E. Strickland of Gainesvillewere Priday with Mrs. Effie Miner. HART FURNITURE CO
enroute to
Camp O'Suwannee to
leave Friday overnight guests of They, with Lee Nell Moorer of
Peggy and Yvonne Conner
Miss Elizabeth Terry. Starke visited Mrs. Howard Miner
Store Of Values and Goldie Thomas for a few Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and and sons in Jacksonville on I'f 123 E. Call St. Phone 80

days.Mr. daughter. Linda of Jacksonville Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Lon-
and Mrs. G. W. Davis, -
came Friday to spend the'week- nie Roberts at St. Marys, Ga. on
Barbara Sue and John Davis and
end with their parents. Mr. and Wednesday.Mr.

Share Ha.PnMtlnStmSPECIALS rell Ruby family Stokes and visited M. D.the Harrell Guy fam-Har- Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and Mr. and and Mrs.Wednesday Hubert Priest at Ocala and the- Profits In St arke
Mrs. Walter Wilkison. and to get Lamar spent
ily at Salt Springs Sunday. Others
'- at' their sen, Larry, who had enjoyeda National Park.
the Springs vacationing were: and Buster Bennett of
weeks visit with his grand- Troy
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory and
$ Titusville spent the weekend herewith
.. ( parents.
., fJ baby of Palatka and Mrs. Emory'smother .
families.Mr. .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur their
!t J J Mrs. Eva Harrell Mr.nnd
Pearce during the weekend were and Mrs. H. C, Harley and
f I ,7' Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton and Mr Mrs. Martha Nunley and daughter daughters Misses Mary and Ab-
I 'lrg. "I and of Mrs.Alabama.Edwards, also a grandson Nancy of Athens Ga.'' and bie and Mrs. Edwin Padgett visit I II I 9AVc

Cemetery Working Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp and ed Mrs. A. J. Starling in Duval II I

--- July 18 thru 26 New River Church is havingits I
yearly cemetery working
Thursday July 17. Help will be I ,

SUPERIOR JALOUSIE DOORS appreciated.Homecoming: SPECIAL NOTICE _- 1i'b,

New River Church is holding a

'3' K 68"! 26-75 CompleteDependable homecoming July 20th. It is the
125th anniversary of the church. For Your Convenience COULD OFFER SUCH

Sunday School will be at 10 and i.
worship services at 11. Lunch will
CHESLER LOCKS be served, after which there will PARTS AND SERVICE DEPARTMENT
be a sing. Everyone is invited to
attend. WILL BE

Mrs. Mattie Barry and Mrs. r

ENTRY LOCKS LOCKS -- 2.30 425BATH Lottie Jacksonville last Edwards week.Thursday were' and visiting Fridayof in Open All Day Saturday.TERWILLEGAR O

Mrs. Mattie Barry Is leaving '
Sunday for a week's visit with .
PASSAGE LOCKS 1.80 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews while
enroute to Connecticut on a sight MOTORS
seeing tour. '

Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville
Let help
us you and Mrs. Louise Croggin and two

with all sons of Macon, Ga. visited Mrs.H. .
your C. Brown Sunday.Mr. .

Do 'It Yourself and Mrs. IL E. Stokes, Mrs.H. h
P. Gainey Mrs. Mattie Sowells Setefor ess ? 5

projects and ,Mrs. Mary Green attended
church at Shady Grove Sunday.Mrs. :

Including: R. F. Gano visited the '- :
Ovid Gano family at Swan Lake '

ADDITIONS Wednesday through Friday of
last week. ** ONLY

CARPORTS Rev. Hollyway of Alachua was

FENCES guest speaker at Dedan Church

UTILITY ROOMS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newcom of LIGHT -Now Only 9Bc {
Toledo, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Ray j'

Bring Your Plans to Us. Lou Ellen and Clem Rayborn of

We'll be Glad to Help Monda, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Rayborn of Jacksonville and
with Advice, Ideas, Ma-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zubloskie
terials and Construction "li' this what you meant by builJmg
.little tove nest of our ownl"One of Chicago visited Mrs. Beula the
by Warren Const. Co.
Harrell and the M. 'O. ,Harrell j I enjoy
family last week. ARE OUR MAIN BUSINESS

Year: Warranty Guarantee On Our Workmanship Mr. Clem Rayborn plans to ,
: % taste ofCOKE
And Materials. Over 20 Years Building Experience.USE make the Zubloskies his home are in being Florida transferred and- good 3 Florida Pharmacists To Serve You Day ;

to Washington.Mrs. and Night -. With Our Large Volumeof
Sufflvan's Mrs.
,. j& J'a j&jtUILDING Mary Willis of Bell is visiting the Prescription Business We Can Give

MODERNIZATIONPLAN. Sullivan for, a while. p You The
SUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. T.'W. Markey are )
QUALITY A SERVICE visiting in Valdosta and Atlanta --
Phone 3 Ga. with friends and relatives.Mr. (1 BEST FOR LESS

Easy Financing 301 i CAU SI, STAtKI FLA and Mrs...-Ned Hicks and \' \. -
children visited the Wilson Russ ,
t family in Apopka over the week- ) 4 sSIGN OF GOOD TASTE AND DELIVERED
Be Wise Economize
FJLA. Title 1 Loan or end.Barbara Jean'Green visited her ............ ......-..........--,
ABC Plan.Loans" Do It Yeurself But Let sister in Palatka last week.

GOVERNMENTFARM HOUSING LOANS Us Help. Mary Ellen Green celebratedher BotHed under cuAor&y of the Coca-Colo Company by KOCH DRUG STORE *

r '. 16th birthday with a party STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING .COMPANY

last Tuesday night.:She received -

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