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 24, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01508
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a&a; Elderly Man Is First Highway Accident Victim _

Of 1958 In Bradford County; Drivers Held Blameless

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I Frank Julius Zlelinski. 70. became :

Bradford County's first -

.. highway fatality of the year whenhe

was killed late Sunday morn-
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I" ',,' ing while attempting to cross busyU. 144

',' S. 301. The accident occured in

',', .',>.. _front of Frankie and Johnny's
; i1 Restaurant. formerly Phil's Place
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...,.... ', ( -:, ,.:', ,. .(...w-/::. .. ,., :: : operated by his son-in-law and

;.., : "',:: "I".,...,".... '\.1'" ":t'f!!. 11 ,.I : -i1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hofer .
of Hampton. '

Scene of Tragic Accident on U. S. 301 Sunday MorningBRADFORD showed Testimony that at Zielinski Monday's was inquest first I iIt ",, .. : Iiji _

hit by a small northbound station

wagon driven by Guy Stanley

Clark of Sarasota and knocked

I into the path of a sedan bound

COUNTY TELEGRAPH in the opposite direction. The victim I

apparently was headed for a (

pony ride corral located across

I the road but got only a little over I __

Official County Publication Established In 1879 1'half impact.A way. across beiore the first I := \ _

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southbound carload of Ne-
.. groes had slowed down to let him Just A Reminder .
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I Postmaster G. J. McGriff (right) and his Assistant! Blake Jackson

%Wind Rain Hail Sewer Line Cost ,'Zielinski brought must have out the seen fact the that station display the new four-crnl postage stamps which will be required

wagon an instant before he on first class mail after August 1. Air Mail stamps, will be seven

1L was hit by the small vehicle's left cents instead of six cents after that date, and government post tlr/ts: /

Cause Heavy Halts DecisionOn I rent fender, hurled him into the will cost three cents instead of two.

air and down into the path of the -

Damage HereStarke I, : School Site |1;''to sedan cf the pull whose way off the driver highway was attempting and out Commission Seats Are Contested;

I II I It was pointed out that Clark

I 'I I made no obvious attempt to stopor
was bombarded Wednesday Althcugh the School Board School Board Candidates UnopposedIt

byheavy ran, powerful wind holds an option to buy the Ensey swerve to avoid hitting the

and hard hail that caused damageto property:; in the eastem part of man probably because he froze at
4 -F was a tense moment in Clerk While School Board membersgot
homes, power lines and phone town for the site of the new the wheel due to fright at the
office Tuesday as by without opposition, incum-
Charles Darby's
lines aU over the city. L Starke elementary school. the sight of the man walking in frontof
the hands on the clock neared the bent County Commissioners did
The afternoon storm blew down him. Clark, himself, could not
board did to final
I : j-i-: agree pur- noon deadline for qualifying for not fare so well.E .
gieat oak and pine trees which chase decision has remember if he had applied his ,
because no county office in the upcoming L. Crawford, seeking reelection -
took i. brakes or tried missing the advancing 'I
power and phone lines with '
been reached about who will pay
I primary elections. to his District Two post,
them. A few houses were damaged Ii txrt4r the cost of to the site. form.Corporal I
i -# -_ sew& pipe When the noon whistle sounded. will be opposed by A. B. Whitehead -
streets were blocked by The option on 11-plus acres, at a Carlos Musgrove of the
a sigh of relief swept the roomas west Bradford farmer and

huge tree limbs power was off Legion Leaders At ConferencePictured cost of $10,000 will expire in September Florida Highway Patrol investi- E. A. Sapp and D. L. Starling Ewell Lawson Starke businessman -

over nearly all the town and gated the accident and claimed
incumbent School Board members, who qualified Tuesday
100 phones were deadened. When School Board members that Clark evidently was not exceeding -
Fourth : as to the programs shook hands on being unopposed morning.
L. H. Gibson, gonnau'es I
Water was up' over curbing in above are local Legion program; and Superintendent Harmon Mor- the lawful speed limit
Lhe in their bids for re-election. Likewise Incumbent District Four mem-
56 Commander sponsored by department.
Post i
all low sections drowning car en- leaders who took part on the pro- District Adjutant; met with City Council at the and the patrolman also stated I
I Rabb and A. L. Crosby After the conference, the lou: gan unopposed for the School ber, Mrs. Jessie Chastain has opposition
gines and rendering brakes use- ; that he had the station
at the recent Fourth District July 15 meeting. Council offered seen wag-
gram commander of the local leaders attending were served a Board is H. A. Lawson the third from Lavern Outlaw,
less. Virtually all traffic lights past only minutes before the
Training Conference in Ucala. and currently serving as Post delightful luncheon by the Auxiliary to splitthe cost of materials with on pass incumbent member who has qualified who qualified as her running mate
were affected; some were knockedout post impact while he was sitting in
the school. Estimated cost of the
of Ocala Post 27. for reelection.Cooperation. Tuesday.It .
Harry Rabb, local Legion commander Service Officer.In
of seryice ,entirely and others his patrol car at Hampton junction -
Post 56 meets second and necessary 1,800 feet of pipe was
were stuck. Hailstones pelted the is pictured in photo at addition to ,those pictured every 6500. and that the vehicle was
Joe Gray, fourth Tuesday night at 8 p.m., Asked
city for a few minutes during the left with Department Commander Dr. A. Y. Covington Billy Powell, board member, ;traveling at a moderate rate of
Sam Sack, Jack and an veterans are invited to at-
Seeber Goodman.
deluge but no reports of, broken;! E. J. Cooper of (Jracevilie. in pointed out that 25 private homesin .speed. I
1 i,: Trawick. and John Godwin attended tend. Varied programs are offered I
% glass were heard. !, photo at right are: Fourth District -, the meeting.The for the members, and refreshments the area could connect to the Clark was freed of criminal Two Screwworm .Cases Reported

City power and telephone repairmen -': Commander Guy Andrews,i District Training Program are served after each meet- sewer with cost' of pipe being charges as'a cororner's jury ruled

worked 'all through the I It borne the school.It the death accidental and he was
who in chare of the entire gives various information to Le- ing. '
t night restoring services to the( was has been recent practice of released by County Judge T. A.

town as complaints flowed 'constantly Yawn. But Not Confirmed Inspector Says
City Council,'when extending pipe
into the City power plant Clerk Explains 301 Structures beyond that ,already laid, to require Mr. and Mrs. Zltlinski had recently ,

and the Starke' Telephone office. Locked In Jet the one 'asking for the service moved here from New York I Two unconfirmed cases of is necessary to find every ease,

Hard hit were local supermarketswho State and living with their reported in including infested animals that
to pay half the cost of ma were screwworms were

were concerned over their Fund Transfer Boy Sweats Are Being Sold terials. This practice has been I.I daughter and son-in-law in I Bradford County last week, according -I hide out.
meat stored in freezer ,
lockers. carried o t'at housing jleyelqp- Faippton.. ,to,4,.,, MyjUMeiulu ,,2_ ,Report screwworm cases to
.' The A. J. Thomas" "Sr,, home' on I Until-Rescued mnLsuhasthWarenprefect.?::" MrTzre"finski v was'born'In i "Ger:' stock inspector with the U. S. Department -..V the county agent, or to state or

North Walnut. and the RoEertFirth kNew In Final CleanupProgress In this case'the cost was'carried many, January 24, 1881 and is of Agriculture for Brad- federal livestock inspectors. Collect -

home on North Cherry were Budget by the city with the agreementthat survived by his wife Sadie; three. ford and Clay Counties. I 10 worms from each wound,

among those narrowly missing Franklin Bonnett 1S, of 125 Warren would reimburse the' daughters Mrs. John Hofer of The suspected cases were reported put them in a bottle of clean

serious damage as hugelimbs, I almost Clerk of the Court,Chas..A. Darby S. Cherry St.,,,spent about ,80 on the four-laning of city on instalments at no interest I Hampton: Mrs. Alex Fraun of II by Hogan Smith of Starke water, store in a cool place, and

tree size themselves] came explains that, due to a .bookkeeping frightening minutes sealed in a U. S. 301 has reached the final Spring Valley, N. Y.. and Mrs. and'Speed Harris of Griffis Loop. immediately notify the county

within inches of scoring a hit. small compartment of,the Navy of clearing the right of Louis Blumfield of Spring Valley, Valldejuli said. In each case the agent who will arrange to have
stage way.
A window was broken In,the S.L. Road technicality.and Bridge BradfordCounty's Maintenance jet plane on display at the City ,. Last week the buildings still 'on Noegel N. Y.; and three sons, Nathan, owners treated the infected animals them picked up for laboratory
Peek home cn North Church St. playground park on West PrattSt. William' and Frank and did not identification.
of advertised. all of Spring last Friday report -
: Fund, ,as printed in the the right way were
when a huge oak .split, missing i ReelectionTo / '
These include property sold to Valley, N. Y. the cases until Monday, the 3. Promptly treat wound with
the house! and, also a car parkedin temporary budget published The crawled into the livestock inspector said. Since no approved remedies. EQ-335 and
boy the State Road and The Williams-Thomas Funeral
of The
this issue Telegraph appears -
the yard by a few feet. The inflated in the amount ot small I space and pulled the those which are in' the process of Council SeatW. Home of Gainesville shipped the maggots were saved it was Impossible Smear 62 are recommended by

home of Fate Brown on Brown- 1205770. hatch down over him. The condemnation. body to New York City for funeral to confirm the infection I I the U. S. Department of Agricul-
lee Road was not so fortunate, be-
lock release' ailed to function, to be sold at auction included services and burial. definitely as screwworm. ture.
The Board of County Commis- Things H. [Billy] Noegel qualified
ing hit and damaged by a fallen
sioners found it necessary to trapping him inside with practically about ten frame dwellings; Wednesday for re-election as City Valldejuli said it was almost 4. Keep animals in pens until
pine tree. no air.Franklin's' i to identify screwworm wounds are healed. Treating and
It is believed that small transfer that amount to the (General five cement block dwellings; six Councilman Group One, in the Two Local FFA impossible
from other less harmful releasing an animal only
two playmates maggots may give
Fund said, in order to business buildings some frame I
twister" must have swept throughthe Darby Sept. 9 City Election. He will be
Olive and Carl Sumner, inspection relief and fails to
reduce -
Lloyd kinds except by microscopic temporary
maintain the same 6.00 mlllage some cement block; a sign; a I I
opposed by One A. Wiggins.Up '
north part of town and altogether Win Best
summoned' help from the Bradford Boys Therefore, he urges that the screwworm population.It .
it the in the Road and Bridge Fund so ', fence: and even part of a proch. to date incumbent council-
was probably Jail located followed is to keep the animal
be important
County near- the following procedure -
that the different municipalities Bids will be received at the office -
combination of men Randal Chitty, Group 2, andT. -
worst rain wind; by, who got in touch with the Camper AwardsTwo by all stockmen: under observation until the
and hail to be felt here in several in the county would receive no I ,of the Clerk of the Court un- C. Hazen Jr., Group 3, are unopposed -
t.K'al wound has healed.
fire 1. animals frequently. completely
than did this department.Fire ill 10 m': 29 and Inspect
less in road tax they a. Tuesday. July in their bids for re-elec-
years. I Chief D. W. Carpenter,
year. must be accompanied by a cash- local Future Farmers of ,
in his haste to reach the scene, tion.Deadline Traffic Accidents Fire Chief Asks
Instead of reducing the 6.00 ier's check for 10 per cent of the for qualifying for City America, Billy Dampier and Bud-
Oldest MembersAre .:4.00 hit a culvert and ripped opena
mills on assessed valuation to bid.Successful office is at noon Tuesday, Aug. dy Jones, won the coveted "Best Occupy DocketAt To Be Notified
tire and tube his
HonoredAt and cutting the municipalities' receipts on personal bidders ,will be required Camp r" award at the annual

by 2.00 mills, the Board decided car.Chief to pay the balance of their 19.The City;registration books will Forestry Camp held at Camp O'- Mayor's Court When Fumigating _
HomecomingThe arpenter wasted
to transfer the necessary time hacksaw the hatch no I bids at the time of sale also witha close at noon on August 9. Leno last week. Only four boys Charges growing out of accidents Fire Chief D, W. Carpenter is

New River Baptist Church 12057.70 from one fund to the,. open cashier's check and must clear were picked for this award from took up most of the docketat
and lifting the boy, soaked with citizens of Starketo
to the
celebrated its 125th anniversarywith other, Darby said. This figure perspiration from hN their purchase and debris from Three SentencedBy the entire group, and the local Mayor's Court Monday atter-I appealing
a homecoming on Sunday, represents a portion of the balance prison to temporary the right of way within 20 daysof chapters were honored in having noon. i: notify the department when
July 20. brought forward in the Road and the sale or when the building County Judge two of the winners.Six Frank W. Williams pleaded guil- 'I fumigating is being done and let
Old members, friends and pre- Bridge Maintenance Fund, the is vacated. boys attended the camp ty to giving no signal and causing the firemen know what kind of

sent members attending were clerk explained."In Four Youths The State Road Department reserves County Judge T. A. Yawn sen- from here. Starke Chapter was I an accident He was fined '$S2 gas. is being used.

estimated at more than lOO, with transferring this money, it the right to reject'any bid. tenced three men Monday afternoon -! represented by Dampier, Jones with sentence suspended and puton

some from Jacksonville. Keystone had to be placed in the Road and Take including Ardell ,Waters E.. Jerome Griffis, and Wesley probation for 30 days. On a Smoke prompted a run to 310

Heights"and Starke enjoying the Bridge Fund as an expenditure Joy Ride Revival At Bethel J. Crews, and Marian Crawford. I Moody. Bradford Chapter mem- like charge, Raymond Norton' N. Walnut St. recently where

service and dinner on the grounds.I which, naturally, inflated this fund Waters and Crews received a bers attending were John. Allen pleaded,not guilty and was found someone, was fumigating. with

Beside special singing the high- : in the amount of the transfer," In County TruckJoe Bethel, Baptist Church .beginsa .fine of $150 or 30 days,for driving Shadd and Gerald Gainey.- not guilty. sulphur candles.

light of the day was awards by Darby said. Murphy. revival Monday,.July 28 at 7:30: while intoxicated and $35 or 10 The campers received a week's For failure to yield the rightof I Chief Carpenter said that some-
17. and
the pastor. Rev. Lonnie Parker, I TTie actual amount of the Road l juveniles three p. m. The evangelist will be Rev.C. days for having no drivers license. instruction in forestry practicesthat way and causing an accident, times such dangerous gasses as

to the five oldest members of the '"ana Bridge Maintenance Fund tor Sunday;1957 night took a W. Carter. Everyone welcome. Crawford. charged with assault they can use on their farm Ruth Ellen Starling, who pleaded cyanide are used in fumigating,

church, Mr.. and Mrs., Will Andrews t the :year 1958-59 is $94,061.90 but I truck county from owned the model pick-up Pastor R. L. Lee.Furniture. I and battery was fined $75 or 30 woodlot or chapter forests. guilty, was fined $52. which could prove fatal if used
barn at the
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards { due to the transfer, the total appears storeyard and went for county hour days in jail. Jeff Bravauo was charged-with improperly. Such gasses would be
and Mrs. Rosa Pmholster. as $106,119.70.I and half failure to have his vehicle under particularly dangerous to firemen
a ride before being apprehended Plant control, causing an accident He in the event of a fire if theydidn't

WITHOUT CIVIL DEFENSE ding. by Deputy Russell Red pleaded guilty and was! fined $3?. know what they were up

On charges of following too against: the Chief said.

I What% Would Starke Do If Compelled consent'Murphy'was a vehicle and without the charged three the, with juvenileswere owner's using Manager Sees ; ,i, ;, w( -- j not Lewis closely guilty Pasco and, was causing Rafuse found, an who not accident pleaded Station Manager

h4 guilty
charged with delinquency.. .. .V I Charged With
and Linda Esther Brown, who also

To Care For-2OOOO Jax Refugees? Ritch Low BidderOn Bright FutureFrom VJ ;' jt-, i-.. V-' V guilty pleaded and not put guilty on ,probation was found for Grand LarcenyA

Heating Plant : 4 30 days. warrant charging grand larceny -

A sobering talk on Civil Defense I sonville should suddenly convergeon For SchoolHere boats to furniture is, in a : Charged with public intoxIcation has been issued by County
was given at the Rotary Club Starke." nutshell the story of the Brad- -1 and pleading guilty, Herbert Judge ,T. A. Yawn against Albert
Wednesday by Admiral C. E. Aid- Adm. Furniture Coporation. located Franklin was sentenced to a tine
Aldrich said .
that the
responsibility When bids on repair and expansion north of Starke en U. S. 301. VIV Newmans, former manager of the
rich formerly of the Green Cove for the Civil Defense of $52 or 10 days work on the
of the BHS heating plant This constantly expanding producer k 4- roads. Imperial Service Station on U. S.
NAS. and now executive
Springs. organization rests with the County
were opened at the School Board !
of modem Florida furni- 301 north.
After court W. T. Jack-
the State Civil Mayor
officer of Defense Commissioners in each-county I
meeting Monday, Carl Rich, ture, had its beginning in a
Agency. and that they should budget funds Starke son and members of the police I The warrant was issued upcn

The speaker said it. was Imperative for this purpose. He said that I low bidder plumbing contractor. was modest building on the edge of department discussed the problemof affidavit of W. C. McQuain, an of.
by 2221.
that Bradford County valuable government surplus town in 1945 when Eddie Hart- getting witnesses to testify in ficial of Imperial Oil, who charg-
property -
Other 'bids were: Helzel Co.. started boats and V
mann making
have a Civil Defense organization I, such, fire engines, etc. can Gainesville.: $9.987; Gnann Plumb- later. kitchen V : accident cases. ed that funds in excess of $400
for the of its cabinets. Mayor Jackson said it was difficult disappeared from the station
not only protection 1 be obtained at nominal cost if the ing. Starke. $9.744. Greelish Co. -on
In 1951 Hartmann Manufacturing to make a fair decision July 14 and that
own citizens, but due to our proxi- j county .has an organization. --t' Newmans disappeared
Jacksonville. 11500. Rich's bid -V.
moved to its
"target of present'loCation. without witnesses willing to testi: at the same time
mity,to the city" Jack I The speaker also said that a .fcr 7.523 with time allotted to
changed its name to Bradford Accidents
sonville. W200-bed fy. occurring on busy Newmans has not been apprehended
emergency hospital- -V--- <-- t}
finish the 60 --------
i job. days. Furniture and. under the new -V- streets usually have plenty ot to date.Registration.
said that
Adm. Aldrich in the unit can be obtained if a Civil Defense '
I On being4warded the bid. Rich management of Mrs. Loyree Coco- John Easter (center witnesses but
event of an attack on Jacksonville unit is organized ,here. He general manager and Bob Robinson (left), fney often refuseto
'told the Board that he had been mise. shifted Its ,entire operationto SUperintendent Inspect work of tell the police that they saw
Bradford County would be said this equipment comes in by molder at Bradford Furniture Corp. NoticeMrs.
.unable to contact Ebaugh & Goethe the
of the
production bedroom and accident,
,called upon to provide food. clothIng van and can be stored ready for consulting engineers who (dining room furniture. operated by Tommy'Gmino (right). This cothplex'machine molds a ten others. although they Marian
shelter and hospital care for use in an When a square piece of wood'lnto Crosby again
emergency. needed
I drew a prescribed
the shape
up specifications, and by using five
March of this'year, saw John cutting Witnesses in Mayor's Court are reminds those who have
thousands of refugees. He said not
the yet
facility be heads each
that, in our present state 'of un- some public building can in his cost wouiq be about $300 ,more Easter take over as general manager operated by a SO horsepower motor. The molder valuedat paid a fee of $2 and Mayor Jack- registered that the books will T>e
such as a than he had estimated. No ad- for Mrs. about $33,000 is the most expensive son pointed: out
Cocomise. machine the
preparedness chaos would result school house a major in the furniture opera- fact,that BOrne open every working day at the
and be
if some 20,000 evacuees from Jack-i [Continued on Page ready 41 for I justment was made and he agreed I stockholder who recently moved tion. Robinson,recently' joined the firm after serving M wiperintend- of these unwitting witnesses may regular hours and Tuesday eve-

to stand by his ,bid. '[Continued on Page 4] eat of Georgia Art Supply"c*.. AdaAta.I ,someday find themselves in need nings from 7 {o 9, until closing

of witnesses. of the books on August V.



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-_ TWO BRADFORD cOtJJmr TELEunArn, BTAKmc! ,' runuax THURSDAY. JULY 2*. 1938

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To finally settle the matterthe Ida by President Franklin D.Rcosevclt. have operated sawmills at Mel-
editorial Farmer's Diary Out r city council voted to allow I II !(I 8 1 rose and Hawthorne recently began j
I Sunday movies but many people I S. 'S 'I cutting timber on. lands belonging -

.. RyA 'fit; i"- .QI had been disappointed in their I Thirty-eight! employersro-. to L. C. Powell and J. C.
r RJir free movie because the show had I prietors of grocenes try( goods, Penney about'one mile tKSr side

Let's Make It ,Safe c about it. .Stems'he' was going .to to be cancelled until the issue!I[I furniture and, hardware stores agreed of Kingsley Lake.' ;" About-3flKmen:

T shcot a 'gator, and he' tOOk. a, The:, was\ finally decided by. council j ji I IvoLe. [I to the stipulations! of the were"em'ployed* in this. .operation.* "
'gator's tooth. ,. which was used. to, National Recoveiy Act as to,hours i *
A small have lost his life ,
boy Monday
cpiild easily t
measure the ''powder, put that amount P ', S i of work, opening and closing About the building.in the.c 1I1-
If he.had.been playing alone he quite)lively in the barrel 'and then tSL i Application blanks were recei- times and wage increases. They ty the Telegraph carries two

would be dead by now; added a lot more for, good mea ved in the county, according to agreed to give their employees, items. that week. '

.." rigqed.by..tl1e.-obs 1ete' Navy jet plane tee sure. When ,he pulled the trigger ". clerk of the circut court A. J. who were getting less than $12 a "Mr. and Mrs. T., H. Hubbell of'
eerily' ? ;- placed}( m ;.t 'ecify's' ; 'playground: pjaW; {fie' it blew off one" hammer and" 'UAY,.MOVIES ARRIVE Thomas, for ,Home Owners Loans, week, a 20 per cent increase. Massachusetts have recently com-
: r knocked him spinning. Sunday movies finally won out to refinance home mortgages. Each employer who met the terms pleted a house. on the Northside. .
d and
Ely cliinj to one'of Oic"vqr[ \} champers': '. .
$55* I the "Blue
was entitled to display Intend
in Stave during, the'summer of I of Kingsley Lake which they -
pfojnptly became; locked :ias&elJ'ortujrraieiy Some folks are planting sweetpotatoes While over that way visited,the 193a: but it was not without a f Bradford County sold 60.649 ..Eagle." 'to 'occupy the year round.
his{ .(wQ companions, seeing! his; and others are' getting Santa Fe River'Ranch, owned. 'by' sttilgale. Petitions had been circulated gallons of gasoline during June 5 The new house is one of the most
pjjght, ra'n f or.ii eI Some"'!! \fiirty i! minuses'\ !aver\ 'l land, ready for beans, squash andother A. D. Davis, cf Vfinn-Dixle l and by both, these favoringand ''cf 1933. which was 34 gallons In 1933 Starke had 122 pole i attractive on the lake- and is
wMifieaid of adult! help antf a'hack-saw} blade) ; j crops, but mostly the row- managed by' W. P.: [Bill] Sneak: these'against Sunday movies.;I' over that sold in May of the same lights and 38 "white way" lights i equipped with a lighting system.
tfie*,.i't-vr rlgn ene* t boy wasreleased.Jf > : -7. v ; i cropping ,is done for the season.A'n4what Saw a $10,000 summer calf'"puie-; City"Council ducked the issue by I year. That would not keep many which took about 65,00,0, kilowatt; And: "Two bungalows being
'*- bred pOlled'Hereford bull whIch it to I stations In business'today.. hours cf electricity. They also [
> putting up the'voters. Whenthl' 1 el'Vice erected for Miss Addle Baisden
the .yojurifcst'er: had $ ? alone, He ,might a poor season it has'iQt '
ert about'1,000'Ibs'a'numberof '' had 43 fire cost '
hydrants. Lights
weighs ; : ballets were counted the vote
** .
rf"1' Mrs. R C. B ford
: and Mr.
h tide .t. been When I 'a.
-stayed% % .., in i.'K.the.oven-like-,cnamper.-.t ,Hours"' he-, IfP"e other bulls and cows, and a 'for was declared winner with 50 "Monday was day for the about $3 each per month for cur-'j, in the western part of town on
ft/TV Ii' asked ne to comment on it, he
c !yP.1e-! discovered'\ "h';' .\s .'predicamenttnt :., said: Tell?; everybody. that this! barn and equipment which are : per :cent of the qualified voters C. C. C. boys at camp located at rent, maintenance.and repair. road 28 are near completion. B.
,' ssWed too long : just about what any cattleman. .balloting 117 to 107. Raiford," the Telegraph stated, I. F. Hall local contractor "has the
w"aV"the when the farmers.
: jrr iti> 10t itrJ s' fn identYe. piainle i\hat st, piIh.rfitii : ,allowed.. ,-' *year million dollars' to. be would love to have.- ).. Thinking the issue had won, "and the 'flush' young men visited Tallahassee was the meeting i work in charge. '
'\ } it (oi may } 'r &y'.fi xft oma r<1ie' from them." the manager of the Ritz Theatre Starke on a. spending. spree." place for the 4-H Short Course I II I
t' 'a1n l i'd ief a M\e.'t than r for' c ildCp i' t ttiHa .stolen.C? -. The ranch owns a half interestin (invited everyone to a free movie > and even girls attended with SEVENTH DAY
."< CEK Royal Domino, a $50,000 but when the city council met to Carl Johns qualified for reelection Miss Pearl Jordan, Hcme Demonstration CHURCH
:iri; }k iii ti 1. B, Thompson is ready to set ADVENTIST
po $ OOobi
'PJ ratht < rap... .,. I bull which has won the championship canvass the votes it was discovered -!I as city clerk. He had servedone Agent. The girls were:
"j : 't,:,; out I berries this week if he
U oui.tfftinltKaf'J sfiouldbef91 } some 12 times, and the bull S that the ballot box had not term. Nell McCarrin Myrtle Knight Services each Saturday at the
U. rs")list as L- ,"-'law', qulcs: ha hey gets "one,more gcod' sri wer.. Hewill' calf we saw is one cf his sons. We been' locked. No fraud was sug t.e Marguerite Pievatt, Essie Sapp church building across from

t : mo ed .tt rif liecIotiis bl i eardedrefr'tgeb : l set out 9.0's.:* were impressed by what we saw at' 'gested but it was found that the J. Edward Larson of Keystone'Nettie Parrish, Lois Moore and Bethel Baptist Church east of

6FS; i ieii'h ate claimed tfieuves# : of rria nY'eltil: Watch out carefully for that the ranch but in our opinion it is -lock- for the ballot box was being Heights, and State Senator from f Thelma Torode. Starke. Sabbath School 12:45.:

dren in all parts of the country. \Ve.also under- ore dgbbil, the screwworm. for a not a "show place" but a good used on the front door of City I Clay County, was' appointed internal | ere Church services 1:45: p. m.-R. A.
tstand business preposition. ,HalL I. revenue. collector for Flor | The firm of Keen & Carroll who McCumber, pastor.
already broken in
glass! Jias "been out of case of it broke out High *
the plane, J leaving jagged*edges' that'likewise present Springs last,week. While this was Kidded Bill about the Here- g '" -
a hazard to children; and announced plans only the second case reported in ford's being subject to "pinkeye"and I I '. __ ..
for Paddihg''the "uncfernealfi the all north Florida this season we ..
plane he said other breeds have the .
'with'saw: List, 'to soften fails: have. .not been. car- are, advised that all farmers same trouble, and that today the \ ,--
should watch out for screwworms
tied! Qnt .r'tSj'e polled Hereford breed is the fastest 'S T
and report cases promptly to '
do not know with whom the responsibility:, George Huggins. grcwing beef registration in r S
lies to get these'things done but certainly some- S e e the country. IS. Pu r, seQoneleu I Suger-Right

one should take quick action 'before Monday's Looks like the web-worms are Incidentally he said a home

incident is reported qerhajp with. tal results. bad already this year, and may cure for "pink-eye" is to inject t
get a'l lot worse'as the season goeson. about 10 cc. of evaporated milk
One'grove owner we talked to into the animal's neck half on '
Good-. Gping,. r gdMffflT ( said he'will get no crop at all this each side. He said it works fine CANNED HAMS II ALL MEAT FRANKS
year. ,and. he is worried .now"about but we'd suggest seeing him be-
tie announcement!! } t tjiat Baldwin,. our smallneighb"oflo saving his'trees.aany fore trying it.
; the worth, is, slated,to.get a" Vesimghouse Ie, SHad

repair plant is at Qnce,cause for congratulations I9m; remember' } ,selling! a nice visit with folks over
and: also 'some sober, ,serious thinking.We cotton' to A. D. Anders &: Ritcti. at New River Baptist Church

don't b.egrytdge Baldwin) its 'jpod fortune- \ Brothers[ } over at Raiford of'Lake? S.Butleris HSladl'Tliompson joyed cemetery talking working to last T. B.week.. [Uncle En- 3 .. .. can $$2:99: Super-Right Ib SSe

but t J"e ca n not help but wonder' 1)pf'n) ny' pp. ,ortunities'pf one who does, and he'also re- Tom] Edwards, Mrs: Edwards and

'*!! this'l-V kind" $'tarke's.j-i,is letting. slip inembefs selling hiS cotton to13oward "Aunt Rosa" Pinholster, who a-
through Its >ingers. ,Why qiqn we Ijnow (out .. .Ra'ndel of Lawtey.. Mr: long with ,Will Andrews Starke
\this pfQpectireplint: so that we ,,100, could ha\e, Thompson came 'to this country are the oldest members of the
made a bid for its location in Starke? Chipley, about '50 years ago, and farmed church.
a town about our size in West Florida, recently 'ar und'here"until he retired and S. .
fell heir to 'a' shoe 'factory.: Lake City, -no' more 'iri"Qyed to Lake Butler Saw a young mocking bird giv lana,, Dinty Moore

-favorably situated. -tourist,..travel,.than.Starke. ing'a kitten' fit the other'day.- ,

has a thriving mobile homes l>1an \Injp t everyday :
the announcement is mjcje'of ,some_ such !industry ron at Bland. It is a' muzzleloa4in concerned they "are 'the' sassiestof CUT GREEN BEANS! B BEEF F S STEW E

movjng} \ into Florida; \own about the size doube.-barre\ed]\ \ shotgun all birds. It's'a good. thing they .. -
of. or even smaller! than Starke.: which belongs 'to Carlisle dpn't get 'as big as eagles, or i
,, Much ,as we hate to admit it, the conclusionseems Richard"and he tells a good story th y'd run us all 'off. '

inescapably that we ..simply haven't 1 jb ee n SQXIct; ; OF PLHLIC: iLE!i\ and years of Isuancethe, descrip- No. 303 can 2 for 21 c 24-otince c.an4Sc
' "on the'lmU"; i in,"'tracking down'and secuifin; { ijewindustfies''f6r ) following Notice is described hereby given buildings that the or tion' which of the is property was assessed'and ''the are nairieaIn as : :

bur county. That is why we view items situate and being at the ad follows: > ,
dresses'listed below will be sold Certificate No.1 ; Year of Issuance
with such satisfaction the fact that our County under sealed bids to the highest 1954.' . _..... ...... ,.
: Commission has at" bidder at. 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday Description of Property: Lots 13, 1* ".d .J
budgeted temporarily)
( July 2S, 1938; In the County Commissioners of Blk 29, Town of New River, Sec.

$3 M for! ,QhsmVer of 'Coinmprce, eKpeil!) ps.in {hei building: In room Starke.o'lorlda.at the court. Buildings house- Name 23. 24, I in T which 6 S.R.assessed 20 E.: R. C. Bald- I Sunnyfield Long Grain A&P .-. Qur Finest_ Quality J :::'
,coping!!! year." This was .dqpEat the Truest ,ofBm5ines.s located on. State Hoad ZUU, between 'ree. ._ .
man -- the} 04!(|er,[\eads* .of J he senior C County"Starke line). and Highland (Clay County Air of of said Bradford propelty'betng'in. State"of Flor the '

olCi as well as members of the Junior.Cnamljef.TWy Address* and Dr. eriptloa* of Belldlags'.r'item. ida. -
have recognized. necessity of employing S'one-s{ory frame buildings locatedon Unless shall such be certificate redeemed or according certificates !-- FANCY C RICE APPLE E SAUCE S E

strong and 'experienced leadership in our Cham- property. known. as Sam. Rosen.ber such'to law certificate the property or certificatesWill describedIn u
t ( : effort' "to i of One brick and neon restaurant sign. be sold to the highest bidderat
*rjer/bf Commercje! p an bring some '
located property'known
on as the court house door on the first ,
hear in'duqVnal' I 'wndfalls to Bradford' C unty... aabeth'Nogels. Monday in Month of August, 19oe>> !,
'' 1 'one-story concrete block restaurant which is the 4 day of August 1958.
J "Now that the County" ComjiiissjOjU bas r og- building; located on property' Dated this 3 day of July, 1958.- 2-package 29C 2 1lbcalls 29c!

:nizel the need and fawn! ita'wjUiflgn'e! } Sf$ to, go That known part as of Fred porch Taccia.in the right-of- (OFFICIAL Charles SEAL A.)Darby Clerk of

.along with the program the, next step for the J way. R. located Griffin. on; 'property' ', known' as of Circuit Court of Bradford.
business leaders will be to seek a larger measure one-story frame residence located County.. 1-10 4t 7-31 .
on property,, known as Howard -- '
tof cooperation from the City of Starke.While Cre". .... TIlE RIGHT POINT for the I

I we-* .hasten Jl'4 .again to congratulatezBald\ ed 1 one-story on property frame known residence at Elizabeth locat- Jane Parker. Gold or Marble SuperRightLUNCHEON
:w\n.\ we would be less than. human if we qldn.t Crews. way you: write Come in and: select -
i 'one-story' block tourist
*add!' under?T our breath' "Why'. couldn't-\ it have! located on property known as* cabins Floral ; your>> favorite ESTERBROOK: I
Motel( or'Emil Verbest. '
I been Starker 1 one-story block residence located POUND
Smith.on property' known. as C. H. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. CAKE MEAT

;:The Recreation: f t 1 ''one-story, frame residence located .
ogramI on property. known as S. 1'.
"" '
I While Bradford- County is making progress 'on. one-story'on property. frame. ,known- residence. .as.located John. Ifour Choice-e Double Size
:a recreation grogjain> lender! the din ctipn'! 9.( ahardworking Shadd' one-story!; ? Y1' frame- residence- locat- NE.ED ) .. 4 9 12-ouncecan: 31 c

committee! such a project takes ed on property" known, 'as"" Mrs., oilie
"'* EDiQCton.: .
:time and momey. Ranch, type board fence located on "
Fortunately committee early obtained advise property known as Paul Parker.* ,' :
j 1 'on -lItory"frame' residence located -
: f\'OIU,t e Recreation .:pirector q! the Flgri la. Hell.oa .property v known' as Angelo, A&P frozen Golden -- .
Jane ParkerPOTATO
:Development; r.Commissionho i also .c conducted a 1 olj -.story frame residence located MONEY -, '" Elberta Free-Stone, I .. '

.survey of the,Bounty needs and facilities.As' lain.on property' known as. Charles-

: a result qf the survey$ it was: recommended!! 1'atore one-story i building block located'restaurant on property and. 'CORN '
.1e'hat| \ ; ,known eDe-storY'coocrE'te as L. E. Jones.business build-" FQR. : PEACHES E S

cause\ such Drained,, orker'could take advantage! Inf. locked on property known.' as I
pf tr e .many facilities already: ; at ,hand in t 1ecounty f.7hat R.P&I'to'Carridme service Gift station shop: sundry ,

J such: as' 'achool .grounds. buildings and Store garage with within- living the quarters'right-of-way and metal located 2 1 1O-ozpkgs.5c., -lbs for "2SC Ig. 8-oz pkg 43c

ejuipnent. : . Supervised recreation has become far I
: a more That part of Ranch type board I 4r

important thing than it was aJ few year" ago and. .:property fence in kno game- -a'ay a N:;. located ReddIsh.on .. \ "Western Vine, Ripe. I I

can and.should: cover all age groups.. road one-story'sid fruit stand residence located and eJb eck WatergroundCORN Detergent
Before travel 'became quick and easy people property! known: as,S. J. McUarvey. I
made 'their own recreation 'from necessity, often one-story! located on name property residencebuiiding : known'' as- EAR..slow ,,,39c'' CiANTALOUPES WISK=, qt 73c

'combining work with' Sociability and play, when Isabel Sacco.
Large Size
one-story frame store building With Face ClothIVORY
:tieigrjbors gathered{ for 'a 'logrollfnjjrnqlise=; :ratsing .located, 'on 1)t vrop..rtyno<.. ...,rpn. .aa, "laab.168CCO 41'r.-'el ( SOAP 2 bars 31c | BREEZE 35c
or canegrinding.Chaqging ,,1 am i reg
frame and 'metalwarehouse; 1 ;build i
ing located' property'knoWn. 'ie Each h 19'
makes for
\ changing recreation. JJ S. ED alct1 Estate! ... Medium SizeIVORY Golden Shortening
These old gatherings must have been funbutwe. 1 one- ry-frams'residence! ''butlding i
located\ improperly, *\oW1l"as r SOAP, 2 bars 19c FLUFFO,3Ibs 95c
would i home time '
sjt a long waiting for an invita- 11.' 1. Prescott.! -

tion to a Ipg-rolling although we still get .to an_ located 1 one-;.on 1T'pr. '{r"me propertjr'known efore ''building M>1* I tIjUQ3r i : Personal Size DetergentIVORY

occasional With added cane-grinding leisure,' and; many; .retjred- PeopleQpnu'ng 'That Prescott Ing In piJrt'gt,'kno'wn"asp5tay''b,.fr. 'me''garag4'bnild-' ne1or-- x reg' i SOAP, 4 bars 25c L LEMONS E S TIDE, reg. '.-* 33c

property e .. < .
to our area, planned\ recreation; is important inn." Gentle Detergent '"v \-

\ .fp'r! age groups other than young people. But, each..BideVirtU b/ J4ln 'be1:""or'r relYed.1t tdta'ae"ltstfd cowing\ I IVORY SNOW reg 33c for CHEER, reg; :, 33c
oficpu}rs.ew1jen we ,'taljc of recreation. program, Cntirt.above I QurtbouSf'.tbe qft 'l't\*'bul1dltlE.) hVClerlf'of'SUi'tlte. 6 lSc
'tli, )prima.ry! \ Consideration is for ''chIldren 'and Florida '.tintll'10Q4'a.m, "Tuesday.! Deodorant Detergent

io\nJ}\ adults, ,,wlha: \a more time and"en rgy io ,July "9 to.>.}'accomoanr.t'ielr*$8,. ":pi.dders'Vnr'be'reQuired bld.'w'th' t 1. I ZEST SOAP reg 2 for 27c DASH, reg 39c

use up. it eaehifr's' ,h'ekin.tbe"inountFot .
'' ; :
1'Dot, th Did price: .t 1IIbe
Young 'pttM: J>le follow the crowd ap'uith} : l lots .'.l1ecel'sap"forlIuccelsfJt: \ ''bidders';::to I "Folks'. Find' Us .Friendly* Deodorant Bath. Bars ,For Automatic Washers Detergent. ;f'
c f wholesqme ,things\ \ II\1dQn the home town or the ay.form'txf the balance a1 Caehier'e'theck''made of the' i 1cf'Jirlce':!!* ''' ;te ,ZEST SOAP, 2 for 39c FLUFFY ALL: DREFT, reg 33c"

.country! ,than ,\. tether: will -go/ A'well direCted payable' 10'"te'! State Koaer"Depart. I t reg 33c
rant of ",FIQ.rtd *.t'":the *'tlrae*>ale LICIL FWWtCE -
l recreation' program will) make Bradford Is made, f'ba'tbal.'ef'wtU'bi"nqufr-" ', Detergent Liquid Suds .

.County, '' Tin even better'place'1 in which, tpjivel and ed to clear"debrli reipove. bUnd frpm-fhe l'a 'orI YlgrhtwfVay ms- OXYDOL, reg 35c Tetley JOY, reg> 39c
'. T >1 COMPANY{ "t TEA: BAG 64
: wlUiin.. twenty1 IWJf days' from ;i bags 68c __ ,. .
-- -' ... .,- date henpof; 'or ftQt11tbe tfra, i TjoTldj j i I :. > .. ., Detergent Cleanser '-
in* has beSn'Faeate4. ; !i

TH Bn -9.Bq..ctQo-4 'T"i ; H! right The t .STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT. '
.EST....... 117'')11<, OF ,FU J. A.>pIDAJri Brewer ((3 Doors from Post Office) Detergent + f 4 4 I Cleanser i'

I t'toRn11 a OLf\UT YLw.Zt'raltrs. District''Engineer. 7-17 :t 'I.:! Phones 520.and 581 .LUX LIQUID, reg.'f'39c COMET giant .23c
t I.tL'ER'I1 n (MM Aluifti 4 IACillCIU COM/Anr -
7"H. -:'t. ,1':- .' A MLii1HED- ,,_ ... (.'OSTISOt'8LY"'" "" -_" ..' ,NOTicc-'op'Ainriie. roa bits Marguerite Hall. New )' Iue 412 E. Call Street Scott .
.. t. .'r.i''''"n'Tt\\ 1\\\lE" ." ,; "UUTRl.tD., ; m-: Notice- .hereby:t.'XOfEI\given: that' 'w. 1'". n RINSO 39cAGE
; Manager giant 77c TOWELS 2 for
p.btja Starke Florida
fA CarA'1'hr.. 0 .tlElt. rid: .II. eSeiGly; .. : '\'fI'glp the bolder: of th,? ,followins4certlficatesihas R' '*.*' 'r..s reg,
Pll..O'J'rt f t(1 ... of..' 'hi.r.' 0iatter- ,... .lei. ....r.y...,.:.. .., .1ttllaf..U .. ; filed said cerltltieateaYpra.tad .....
r'v .... ... : : : deed t9'keamaed: .
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tHURSDAY, JCLt '24 1338; 8tlW1'tU11J cotwnr tELtnttArn. STARKE, rumtuA) PAGE THEE _
YYYYYYYTYYYYYYYVYYYYYYVLAWTEY stayed for a longer visit. visit with ,relatives in MaxviCe. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyfyy1: yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy YYVVVYYYYY Y YYY V Y V V YTHEILBRONN and file the original in the office I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
J. Rivers. P. O. Box %11.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand or before the 11 day of August, Ureen Cove Springs, Florida, and fila
family and Mr. and Mrs. Earl two children of Highland, and BROOKERBy CLAY HILL 1958; otherwise the allegations of the original in the office of the Clerk
said Complaint will be taken as', of the Circuit Court on or before the
Padgett and children enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and confessed by you. | 4 day of August 1958; otherwise the

picnic at Jacksonville ,Beach ,on daughter, Miss Geraldine spent This notice snail oe published; allegations of said Complaint will betaken
dy Mn. Joyce T. Fetch at Fernandina Beach. Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA bj Air. 4. 1.. StrickUudtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Mrs. Harvey McCartbyLAAAAAAAAAAALAia8aaa once each week for four consecutive i as confessed by you.
Wednesday.Mrs. Sunday
weeks in the Bradford County j This notice shall be published once
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk3kthday' Myra Rafuse is a patientin Wesley Thomas came' from a Telegraph. each week for four consecutive weeksin
9 of l, 11. the Bradford Telegraph.
Dated this day July a County
: Celebration Doctor's Hospital in Starke.Mr. Hendersomrille N. C. on Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby and Carson Griffis was notified of Hello everybody and a very (OFFICIAL SEAL) Dated this 26 day of June. 1958.
:Mr.,"Shad" Thompson was honored and Mrs. Johnny Young was the overnight guest ,of and CHARLES A. DARiJY.! (OFFICIAL SEAL)
son Larry of Greensdoro visited the death of his cousin Ray,Grif pleasant day to you and you Clerk of the Circuit: Court. Charles A. Darby
with a dinner celebrating his and family of Athens, Ga. are Mr. and Mrs., Fred Moore. Mrs. relatives here for a few days last fis of Union County, who had beenan especially you. I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy CierK: Clerk of the Ircult Court
eighty-second birthday anniver- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas and Jody accompaniedhim week and Mrs. John Domino ahd invalid for the 46 years of his Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman are '7-11) 4t 7-31 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
home after _ _ _ 7,3, 4t 7124de1ydraf.d
Sunday spendIng
4ry ,on Sunday. July 20. at the Pearce. on -
children of Sanford accompaniedthem life. He died Sunday, July 3 at spending this week at Kingsley AOTICE, OF APPLICATION FOR
home of his son-in-law and Jimmy Eunice left Friday to several days here.' TAX DEED
home Saturday for a visit. .he home of his sister. The I' See. irvt.10. .'.S.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ben- spend his vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Anthony and daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters and funeral was in Long Branch Lake.Mrs.. Lois Henson and son of j Notice' is hereby given that Hal

nett: Those helping to make this Mrs. Tom Bary and family in 'and her husband were week- son Richard of Gainesville was Church, Tuesday July 15, 1958.I Jacksonville visited Sunday after- ing ter Gibbs certificates the holder has filed of the said follow-certificates -

day one long to be remembered Gulf Port, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. end guest of Mrs. John Shuford the Sunday luncheon guests of the We offer our sympathy to the noon with her parents, Mr. and for a tax deed; to be issued

byMr.. Thompson were his wife Bennett Green and family in and Dave. G. W. Davis family.Mr. relatives.Mrs. Mrs. Ernie Johns. I'thereon. The of issuance certificate, the numbersand .
and Mrs. John Thompson and Ariz. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs.
4r Pheonix
Kizanne Mosley Bohan- Little Sharon Thornton returned of the property, and the namesin
and Mrs. L. A. Green and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffis Joyce Futch were Wednesday children vacationing in the nan, sister to Volley Mosley and home Saturday afternoon after lows which it was assessed are as fol.
are :
and family and Mack Thomp- and daughter have moved to guests of Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Smoky Mountains this week. related to numerous others in this i spending a while with Miss Linda Certificate No. 51. Year of Issu-
son of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Wilkinson and family, and Mr. Stillwell and family in Fernan- ance IS;:.
section, widow of Mathis Bohan-
'Johnny Young and family of and Mrs. J. W. Terry in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Howard of Detcrintion or Property: loOt 6
J B. Teston received word last nan. died 'Saturday night July dina,Beach. Block 6 Lincoln City Sec 32 T b S K
Athens, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce r Mr. O. J. visit Starke were Wednesday night
and Mrs. Phillips
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bill 22: K
week that his son and daughter- 19, 1958, funeral at the funeral
guests of the G. W. Davis family.G. Name In which assessed Wm. Mc-
Thompson and family of St. ed Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand
Reddish are Mr. and Mrs. M. L. I
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teston home, burial in Myrtle Hill Ceme- Cloud.
Davis John Davis and
George, Ga., Mr., and Mrs. H. T. sons in Callahan on Sunday. : W. Beach and Miss Sandra Car- I All of said property being in the
have a young son. They make tery; North Tampa, July 22, 1958
Markham'and family and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Adams and Dick Roulerson enjoyed a deep sea michael of Jacksonville, and Mrs. County of Bradford. State of Fla.
their home in Portsmouth, N. H. at 2:30: p. m. We offer our sym- Unless such certificate or certificates .
Mrs. Colin Thompson and family daughter of Crawfordville were fishing trip Saturday out from S. T. Shultz of Hamlet, N. C. shall be redeemed accord.
Another son. G. W. and family of oahty to these relatives, and tell : I[
of Gainesville; Mrs. Charlotte Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Cedar Key along with other em- Warren Johns spent from Mon ing to law the property describedin
Jacksonville visited.Mr. Teston on them to meet this loved one in such certificate or certificates
ployees of Oil Products Inc.
Jones and family or Florahome; B. Thomas and family. Tung
Sunday.Mr. the Heavenly Home. day to Thursday of last week with will be sold to the highest bidderat
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamson : I Mrs. J. H. Mikell and Brenda of Gainesville. relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. the court house door on the first
and .' and Mrs. John Brown and Barbara Sue Davis and Harold We were sorry to learn Sunday Monday in Month of August. ISaS
Mrs. Cecil
sons Dobbs and Sue Anderson of Jacksonville were and Mrs. Gene Kelly and which is the 4 day of August, 1i5 I
children, Mrs. Marjorie Rosier and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. weekend guests cf Rev. and Mrs.E. and Lloyd King enjoyed swimmingat that Mrs. Lacy Norman and Mrs. children of Zephyrhills are visit Dated this 30 day of June, 1/,11.:/
Ralph Wise and sons spent last Glen Springs Saturday after- George Chism are both in the (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
daughter Mrs.
Thompson. P. Sheetz and daughter.Mr. ing with Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .
week at Shipman's Lake hospital at this writing. We hope I
Azure Johns and family. Ned Er- camp on and Mrs. Bobby Pearson and noon. Annie Kelly. County. 7-3 4t 1-24:
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Yin and Charles Privett. Mr. and Santa Fe. Mrs. C. W. Thomas spent Sundayat Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelie- they are soon well again and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton, ;

Mrs. Wallen Sapp and daughter,1! Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish Kingsley Beach. Jr. and daughters were hostessesfor back with us In church. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott Harvey !.Bradford The Court Of County The, County llorida.Judge!. lor ."It'" bungalowP I.I I.

Mrs. Annie Stevenson. Harold had as guests durin last week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins a birthday party for Mrs. We were glad to learn that one and I were Saturday guests of Mr. Probate.In .

Maim, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Lamar Strickland, Mrs. Ronald and children of Jacksonville hon- Warren Mizelle, Sr. and for Lu of our members of the Highland and Mrs. John Stillwell of Fern- D -eased re: .Estate of W. P. Smith Jr.

Thompson all of Jacksonville; Mr. Giddens, Mrs. Don Wilson, ored her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. cretia Cumbee and Karren Mi church Mrs. Norman was ableto andina Beach. To all creditors and persons hay. THIS WEEK

and Mrs. Sebe Harris of Starke; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorman J. Anders with a birthday din- zelle. Those attending the party be released from' the hospitallast I Very glad to see Mr. and Mrs.Green's Ing claims or demands against said ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. and sons of Jacksonville and Mr. I Srtickland's were: Mrs. Marjorie Lascola and week and able to be at Estate: I I
ner at Landing on t daughter Estelle husbandand You and each of you are hereby
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett and and Mrs. J. W. Barber. Mrs. John Sundav.. children Mr. and Mrs. Page Mc- church. Also we were glad to know pretty baby visiting with her notified and required to present any I SPECIAL !

sons, Mrs. Dan Starling Mr. and Howe, and Mrs. Jack Douglas of --Mr.; -: -and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and Gill and daughter of Worthington that Mrs. Barbara Whaley was parents and friends of the com either claims of and you demands may ha\e which against you;, the or I I

Mrs. I. B. Thompson and son. Mr.arid Macclenny.Mr. daughter of Jacksonville visitedhis Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mi- able to attend church without munity. estate of W. P. Smith, Jr. deceased

Mrs. Edwin Starling and family and Mrs. Claude Rowe visit- mother Mrs. Susie Prevatt on zelle of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. coming in her wheel chair last Happy to report that R. L. Mor- Judge Ute of cf said Bradford County,County.to the Florida County I i STEELFolding

Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett ed the Lacy Normans at Highlandon Sunday. Donald Mizelle and children of Sunday.Mr. gan returned home Wednesday of at his office in the court house of

and son. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as Newberry and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and Mrs. Cecil Hardy have last week from the Glendale Hos- said eight County calendar at Starke Florida within I Tables24"xGO"

Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc- and Mrs. Nelson Blocker I Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. vin Hollister and daughter of moved back to Highland and were pital in Palatka, but he is still a lime of the first publication months from of this the

Garvey, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ben- and sons helped their mother and Arthur Robelin and Everett Bur- Jacksonville.Mr. with us in church Sunday. We are sick man and needs our prayers. notice. Each claim or demand shall

nett and. P. B. Johns. We pray grandmother, Mrs. A. H. Harley' ney of Jacksonville.Rev and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and glad to have them back with us. Remember Church services Sun- be place I in cf writing residence, and and shall: post state office ad.the 13.95

that Mr. Thompson will enjoy celebrate her seventy-fifth birth- W. F. Gray the evangelistat children visited Mr. and Mrs. P. Thursday morning of last week day with good preaching by the dress! of the claimant: and shall be

good,. health for many more years. day by giving a supper for her Evergreen, of Tallahassee.; W. I S. Colson in El Paso, Texas, and our two sons, Eugene and Lacy' pastor, Rev. Walter Lee, special I sworn or attorney to by, and the claimant any such his claim agent or

Friends! of L. C. Gasque will regret at their home in Jacksonville on H. Morgan. Rev. J. E. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parscal and and their wives Margaret and 1 singing by Miss Linda Gaskins, demand not so filed shall be void.

to learn of the death of his Sunday evening. May you have and Rev. Harvey Lane and familyof girls in Phoenix, Ariz recently.Mr. Dorothy.and Lacy's two sons Don- Miss Barbara Jean Norman and executor Myra of the S. Varnedoe.As Last Will. and ANNOUNCING .

mother, Mrs. Carrie Gasque, who many more happy birthdays.Miss Middleburg, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and nie and Garry from Newport Miss Joyce Morgan with Miss Testament of W. P. Smith Jr. de Dealership of"CURON"

was in business here for several Arthurine Blanchard of Albert Norman of Highland visit- sons visited the Sanford Hicks of : News Va. and Mrs. Herbert Ay- Barbara Jean Norman at the pi- ceased.First publication WALLCOVERING *
July : 193S.:;
years, at the home of her daugh- Jacksonville was the weekend ed Mrs. Senie Prevatt on Sunday. Starke Monday night. ers [Mildred] from Hampton, ano. Congregational singing led by 7.3 4t 7-24 -

ter, Mrs. Leon Fletcher Brox- guest of her sister, Miss Enza Rev. Norman conducted a short Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and Va. came in to spend a few days Russell Redding, Chorister, assisted XOTICE-

ton Georgia last Tuesday. Deepest Blanchard. They were Sunday Prayer service. children of Gainesville visited Mr. with us. They stayed until Sunday by Mrs. R. L. Morgan,'and IB Circuit Court.TODE'EXD Bradford County, Drop in for Information.

sympathy is extended to the f amHy. evening dinner guests of their Leslie Donn is visiting Mr. and and Mrs. Elbert Mott and Mrs. S. evening and started back to Jimmie Lee. Florida: In Chavrery.
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. Mrs. G. G. Donn 'in Panama City. M. Mott. Virginia. Just before they left an- This is the last week of the Re- va.Francis Dorothy L.N.Edmondson.Edmondson Plaintiff Defendant -, -J --1

Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright and and Mrs. J. B. Dye at their Kings- Miss Maurice Harberson of Al- Mrs. Pearl Chappin of Ocala other daughter and family Mr. vival at Evergreen Church, every- J&J
thre children ley Lake home. week Misses i visited her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Burlie Loutzia, son Jim- Case No. 12-577
of Avon Park spent toona spent last with one is invited to attend this meet- NOTICE TO APPEAB
last week with her mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley were Martie and Jackie Bales. 'I and Mrs. Moody Stephens on the my and daughter Anita, from ing. The Evangelist is Rev. Floyd To: Dorothy X. Edmondson. whose 'I
in Bryceville on Sunday ,to see Moody farm Sunday. Sunday Norton residence and address is: Madrid.
Leona Edwards. The children Mr.and Mrs. H. C. Kelley, with Va. came in to spend a Gray of Crawfordville special Alabama
Mrs. Harley's mother Mrs. A. J.. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch of afternoon she visited Mrs. Aman- few days with us. We hadn't seen singing by the New River Quartet.We You are hereby notified that a suit QUALITY & SERVICE

Starling at the Ralph Higginbotham Starke, returned on Saturday da Lewis and family. The Lewises any of these members of the family don't have an official Farm- for in' the divorce above has named been filed against; you

home. after spending their vacation at and Mrs. Stephens were happy to for several years, so what bet- er's report for you this week but and you are required Court to serve and a cause copy

Rev. W. T. Newsome of Gainesville various spots In North Carolina I meet again as they had been ter birthday present could any we will tell you where our Farm of, your answer or pleading to the

I will be the guest speaker at Kentucky and Georgia, and Tennessee neighbors at one time. mother wish than to have five of Reporter George Huggins is right I -.

the First Baptist Church at both They were guests of Mr. Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis is spendingher her children and their families to now. He and twenty 4-H Club boys

services on Sunday.Mr. I Kelly's brother-in-law and sister. two week vacation from the come in and spend a few days left Monday for Cherry Lake near ONE QT. OR GAL. OF PAINT

::: and Mrs. C. W. Tatum Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hallman whilein Sunland Training Center with her with her. We just regret the fact Madison. These boys are from all

I : Wiley Dixon, T. W. Tatum, and Tennessee.Rev. mother, Mrs. Amanda Lewis and that they can not be with us more over the county and are very F-R-E-E
W. E. Gault left Thursday for a her children, Jean and Edward often. ) ,
: and Mrs. C. B. North of I thrilled about going to the 4-H
.., visit with relatives in Ripley Miss. High Springs attended services at Endicott.' She is also visiting her Rev. Harvey Lane and wife and Club Camp. They traveled on a WITH 'EACH ONE YOU BUY

low...for you and yowl Mr. ,and Mrs. Lonnie Teston ,the Methodist Church on Sunday aunt, Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Lake ,two daughters Dorothy Edmondsand bus driven by Mr. Hornsby and all

femfly..mor8 ) carried their grandmother, Mrs. morning. Rev. North was the pas- Butler. Clara, and grandson, Mike, are expected to arrive back in "We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit"
complete Sally Harvey, to Jacksonville ,on tor of the church several years Mrs. Amy MacCromic and children called'on the Stricklands for a Starke about Saturday noon. We

protection n against ( Sunday where she will spend some and Miss Gail Stewart and short' visit Sunday evening.We hope Mr. Huggins, Mr. Hornsbyand MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

., 'accident and sickness? time with her daughter, Mrs. ago.Mrs.. Effie Miner had as guests fiance visited the Russel Green learned there is to be a revival each of the boys have a won-
; Flossie Weaver. family recently. Also a recent 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588
during the weekend Mrs. Howard meeting at the Black Pond derful week and we'll be looking
This Insantnee7" -offend Mr.and Mrs. Coleman Phillips of Miner and sons, and Miss Mary visitor was Neol Heath of Lake Church all of next week. All are forward to Mr. Huggins interest- -

by the Hartford Accident I Waldo are ,visiting their parents, Ann Motes of Jacksonville, and City.Patty invited to attend. ing report in our next issue. -

: and Indemnity Company Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Philips. Tess Meyers of Gainesville. Miss Bigham spent last weekat The Johnny family will be at Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. .

fives far ,]1! Mrs. Harold Eunice returned Motes attended the, Summer Lake Mitchel. Mary Jane Big- the Clay,Hill Baptist Church next L. Morgan was their niece, LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT

4 teetion yoo,than more pro home last Tuesday from Bradford Frolics at the University of FlorIda ham returned from the lake Sunday July 27th, services beginning Delvene Morgan of Jacksonville.May .
ordinary; County hospital and little Miss Friday evening. Thursday. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lloyd at 7:45: and continuing
on God Bles each of you. .
1 ,hoepitalization plans. It Connie Eunice is at home after a Ralph Darley of Jacksonville Wood and son Craig were also at for one hour. All are invited to bye now. BUILDING JOBFor

'he1piyoamectmothoe.4' ) IG= spending his vacation with Mrs. the lake. attend this sing. As all of us
y 'pital! bills. Assists yoo Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Guest of know AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA*
Hattie Darley and Miss Sina Pres- we enjoy hearing these
jwith major' medical ex cott. in Nashville, Ga. spent the night people sing and the
GAY'SHome They were Daytona on enjoy entire .
)enses. Helps, replace with the W. E. Bigham. Jr. fam service.
Saturday night and Sunday to see PINE LEVELMrs.
|earnins lost through Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett and ily.Little Our attendance fell off some at -
disability.Provides Appliances Guest of Nashville, I Free ,
t benefits family, Mr. and Mrs. George Last- Susan Highland Sunday School last Sunday -
dependents if Ga. visited W.
( JOG; inger, and Mrs. Alice Austin and even if we did take a good
.. suffer fatal or crippling Your Friendly family last week. part of the ones present. We just Estimates --

'l juries. Call us and. get sons.Miss Elizabeth Terry left Friday Joan Campanella of Grahamand furnish ten of the number present !
complete details. Norge DealerS Harry Scott of Utah visited Our pastor Rev. W. E. Hall,
to spend a week with her !] We feel that is a pretty Phone
Endicott and Barbara Sue brought the Sunday
Jean message
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kirt- good record. We just had 56 present -
NQBGE APPLIANCES morning and evening with 125 in
H. C. Wall singer of Chattachochee. She will Davis Wednesday.Mr. and the Junior Girls won the '
Agency and Mrs. L. L. Dyle and the Sunday School classes. Mrs.
MATTAO WASHERSCOLEMAN attend the summer school for attendance banner.Remember 493J _ _
son, Lavern and Hal Mott spenta Hall is still ill at the home of her
cafeteria workers Florida State that next Friday
Phone: 146 S few days in the Scrub. son-in-law and daughter, Rev. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS
Mid College the next two weeks and night, Saturday night, [18 p. m. --
200 E. Call 'Street FLOOR FURNACESWe be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis both nights Sunday at 11 o'clock and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at Hill-
and1 children Mr. and Mrs. Frank iard. We wish her a speedy recov-
J Starke Fla. P. Wyrick and Miss Mary Julia and 8 p. m. we will have EdwardJ.
Service All MakesOf Tinney and sons Mr. and Mrs. ery and miss her from our com C
Futch In Tallahassee.Mrs. Curran at the Highland churchto
tt Appliances L. H. Hill returned Friday Earl Green and daughters and preach for us. or in other wordswe munity. '
:R iprtteii g from Ft. Meyers where she had Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis of Gainesville will have a 3 day's revival. As H. H. Lewis spent part of last J. W.% THOMAS Construction
Hartford Fire.Insurance were picnicing and swim- week with his aunt
Phone 10 spent a month. She was the weekend all of you should remember this Charity
Company ming at Keystone Lake Sunday. Glisson at Lake Geneva.
Starke, FloridaThat's guest of Mr. and Mrs. James man was converted while serving
Mrs. Betty Gainey and children Recent visitors of the H. M. Mc- -
at Kingsley Lake. a prison term and started preach

Willie Mr. and Griffis Mrs.had J. B.as Bradley Sunday and visited Gastonia.friends N. C. and last week.relatives In ing working while and in prison trying, and to show has been how Raes and Mrs.were John Mrs.Crews Ruby of Limbough Ocala. $ $ $ tij) $ $ Q1)) $ $

Our Business Mr. and Mrs. Duke Goosby of They also visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
: guests Miss Virginia Griffis. Mrs. the other prisoners can find relief $
Glass Eisha Prescott and Romeo West Palm Beach and Mr. and W. McRae at their home in the
If It's We Hare Iii! son for their sorrow and sin every
CALL of Highland. Mrs. Albert Thomas and Duke since. All are invited to attend Crosby Lake section.
I Goosby of Jacksonville visited Mr. these services and we think all Dinner guests of the H. M. Mc- T Win your
TYTYYYYYTYYTYTVTTTTYYTYl and Mrs. J. H. Sowells last week. Raes Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.V. .
should come and hear this man
g Joe Peters Glass Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Davis, and E. Thornton and children of
preach and encourage him in his "
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis and
RISING work. Starke. Other visitors were Mr. l;
FOR ANY GLASS NEED children visited relatives in Jack- I and Mrs. John Roberts of Key- share of I

We Design Modern Store Fronts sonville Saturday and Mr. C. D. and daughters stayed a few days stone Heights. $ .

Just Mail Us A Pattern for By Bin. Gordon Jone.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI. Dowling returned home with them last week with the D. A. Hines The H. M. McRaes and Mr. and

for a few days visit. family. Mrs. Roberts were among those
J TableTops Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis and Little Ellen Conner of West who visited Mr. and Mrs. M. J. $66,000 in prizes!

,1313N.W.4thPL Gainesville FIa. Phone FR. 24353SOKRGON Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman children of Jacksonville, Mr. and I Palm Beach is spending several McRae Sunday afternoon. We $ ,

visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor- Mrs. Rajeh Davis and children weeks with her grandparents, the wish Mr. McRae a' speedy recov- ICetoett&eCr.Trahi..:fr' .. ...,' ...

man and family of Lady Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davis and Tim Thomases. ery from his present Illness. lf If you itrtidy entered

Sunday.Mr. children of Gainesville, and Mr. The Buddy Stokes family of i Rev. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Earl the welting Phillip. 66 RHYME-A-LINE CONTEST.:

and Mrs. Mann! and son of Albert Dam and son of Waldo, Starke visited the H. E. Stokes< Goodman and the H. M. McRaes $ don't wait any longer. Drive in for your entry blank

_ ', Starke visited the Gordon Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis spent family Sunday. visited the pastor's good wife, Mrs. today at any PhiDip 66 ttatkm. No purchase required

family Sunday. Mrs. Manni and Sunday at the Scruggs' picnicing. Annual fleetIng W. E. Hall. one day last week. lVjUlt write the lut line for a simple limerick.

son have J just returned home from Mrs. Bishop Thomas and son, There is to be an annual meet- Misses Pansy and Joice Crosbyof
a four week visit with relativesand and niece- Yvonne Conner of ing at Rock Primitive Baptist Jacksonville spent the weekend $ bt Pulls Apcranttri tMt* $225 per moi* far

friends in Waltham, Mass. Starke returned home Sunday 44 Math. ((3V4 ywd cr $15,000 1 lot caM
Church, beginning Friday, July with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
for Good /food for grown-ups kiddies. Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan after several days at Camp O'Su- 25th. This meeting win last L. A. Crosby. 2nd rtOIt $100 fr north for 66 months"" or $6,600

Enjoy energypacked9vD and family of Mulberry visited wannee. \ through Sunday. Everyone is wel- *F cell 1
att everyone. relatives in this section last'week. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas come. THE RIGHT rOOT wr the $ *rt flits $2500 cdl

Super Sue ice cream often. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Bass visited the Jack Simmons family
ht lth It's superior. ra ft. C..fT J.4... tray yoa write Come In and Mao 660 Valuable JfcreJuuufue PruesfO -
luper-good-it's and family returned home Sunday Sunday at Mountie Oak. 'Bradford C..ajy. Florida C mrt OI select ltV(

after spending a week vacationing Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas are I. Prebaf fconr favorite ESTERBROOHFmmtahi V-M Storeo/F&b r&f&lity $.<*

in the southern part of the state. visiting friends and relatives in J.LRYA.TV RE:'EsUte. STANSBURY.of Deceae& $ 10 W. fefih
Mrs. Hass and the children spent Foley Ala., and Atlanta. Ga. NOTICE OP FILING PETITION Fwi. TF.,EGRAPITKOTICE .. 50 lever* SIM COM & Projector Seta

the week with her parents, Mr. Joan Thomas of Jacksonvillewas FOR FINAL ADMINISTRATOR DICHARGE OF TO (9) KX SunUon 20''" Rotary Power Mowtn

and Mrs. H. H. Joiner of Winter the weekend guest of her TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CUN'CKKN. : I. C'n.'t c..t. Bradford DEFE5D C".f7, 490 Sunb.o. Automatic Frypont
I Garden while Mr. Bass took care father Troy Thomas.Mr. Notice la hereby given that 1 FI.ridas I. Ckaaeerr. $
have filed my final returns ai administrator Eulalll V. Young. Plaintiff VI. Enter M many times M,.oo..iah. Rule are printed on
of business in Fort Pierce. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of the estate of Mary George V. Young Defendant
A. Stansbury. deceased;.that I have Case No. &} your entry blank. UIll'IJ'.lI entries must be post
I Upfau* Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lois New- and children. and Juanita and 1Z-&SJ
flied my petition for final discharge, Ktfee T0 Appear marked not!later than midnight July 26, 1958. GOOD
mans over the weekend were their Wayne Stanaker Patricia Thomas and that I will apply to the Honorable To: George V. Young. whose resIdence $ LUCK!
1 son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and and Norma Jean Parrish attended Theron A. Yawn. County, and address is: 480 Web- ,
Judge of Bradford County, Florida, ster. Colby. Kansas. -
Mrs. Kenney Elixson of Flora- a weiner roast at Pine on August 5. 1J58, at 10:00 O'ClocK You are hereby notified that a JEROME JOHNS OIL CO.
home. Level church Friday night. A.M.. for approval of the same and suit for divorce
for final discharge as administrator, has been filed against you In the
- Church News Mr. and Mrs Willie Thomas of the estate of Mary A. Stansbury, above named Court and cause and DISTRIBUTORStarke
Sunday School. 10 a. m.. Morn- and family of Titusville spent a deceased. you are required to serve a copy "
This July I, 1S58. of
( your answer or pleading to the
ing Worship 11, a. mM Training few days last week with theBen*j 0.-.E. Stansbnry. complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney -
All Popular Floroo/ COMI C-p*,f inSs.family Jt.GoIJOftl Union. '1 p. m., and mid-week ny Thomas! family. Administrator of the estate of Martin J. PearL 103 LAW ttxfhane Fhu
: ,
Mary A. tansbUry If'ceaioi'd. Puiliimg, ';jactsonnii Z,
prayer meeting on Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bhodea _H_ I-J it 7-Z Florida.

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Three,Hostesses Mabel Sublett] Junior Club I r I]Furniture Plant COUNTY JUDGE'S. fishing license. Roman Powers
with withholding
Honor VisitorAt Weds Harry Green BridgeLuncheonHeld I COURT support.was charged

Dessert-Bridge, In.T ennessee. ThursdayThe Manager Sees Speeding as usual led the fieldof Grand larceny was the charge

t tt The T. H. Slade home on King- Pecan Room of the Gar- Bright FutureContinued warrants issued by County brought against Albert Newmans
t sley Lake was the setting tqi,&,.delightful al'b den Restaurant was the setting Judge T. A. Yawn's office last and Claude Brown.
[ from Page 1] week.
dessert-bridge" Thursday : for the Junior Woman's Club
Glad,., Mooty evening of last Week given by .iY I s nmer'luncheon and card party to West Palm Beach.In Charged with this violationwere
... _...... ..... ..t_.......-.. II. .- .!- ... !> Mrs. Slade. Mrs. A. y.'Covington. ''on Thursday July 17. Arrange June the company intro- : James Charles Williams, R .

and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair honor- ments of mixed summer flowers duced a completely new line of Charles W. Turney Thomas No- !{
Miss Joyce Beal Presbyterian Men A. I. Covington of Paducah James Joseph Car- TNEATpaSTARKE
ing' Mrs. were used decorating for the dining room furniture at an Atlanta lan Moulton. .
Rudolph Hutcheson Have Supper Meet, Ky.Mixed m occasion, Ga. showing that was well ragher. John Lewis Wilkinson William,
summer flowers were Twenty-three members enjoyed received by dealers from Florida Wimberly Donald Wells
1:Wed In August Plan ProjectsThe used to advantage in decoratingthe 1 'the luncheon' and bridge game Georgia Alabama and South Car- Oris Collins, William Davis and Fri. Sat. July 25-26

Slade home for this:affair;, l during the, afternoon., Mrs. Drew olina. Hendrick_ Adams Browne. DOUBLE FEATURE -
Men of the First Presby- : L
Several progressions of bridge Reddish served as chairman of,the August 20. in Miami the plant, Sandra S. Norman was charged Come Next SpringAnn
held their monthly
terian Church
I were played, during the, eveningat :. following hostesses: Mrs.; Gene now manufacturing dining room with not only speeding but reck-
meeting in the assemblyhall Sheridan and Steve Cochran
: : supper School build- the:eight'tables; The hostesses,! Ncegel Mrs' ; E.- Hardy Mrs. and dinette furniture, will show less driving and wilful and wanton
of the Sunday
were assisted in serving refresh-, Ronald Griffis and Mrs. Sam new additions to their line in- disregard for the lives and safetyof ANDCOWBOY
ing on Wednesday July 16. A delicious -
ments by Mrs. Myldred Cuttino, Zack. cludng home desks bookcases others.
roast beef was served 1
by .the women of Circle Two.During Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, Mrs., ', Carl I] \ desk dressers and bachelor chests.In Charged with improper passingwas Glenn Ford and Jack Lemmon
Roberts, and,.Mrs O. L. 'Beasley.| k Mrs., Long Hostess '13 years, Bradford Furniture Jessie Neuton Trimble, for Plus Serial Chapter 5 and Color
the meeting -
business Mrs. Covington received a guest,, r has grown from a one-man boat driving without a license; William Cartoon for Children
the men discussed various projectsfor I prize, from her hostesses as a memento Honoring Visitor building operation to a spacious Paul Reams, Jr. and Jacqualyn

improvement of the church of the occasion. Bridge-Supper factory'employing as many as 65 Bcncile Higginbotham. SUN., MON., TUES.
: plant. Benches for the churchyard i yak. with future plans of 27 28 29
; I doubling Failure to nave vehicle under July ,
t or I 'I
._. '_' were donated by Elder W. T. Mrs. T. T. business in another FEATURE
{ Three YoungstersAre .1 kiY' Long entertained at year if economic i control brought charges to RobertJ. DOUBLE
y # Jackson, and a committee volunteered -'
'''' I a lovely chow mein, Tuesday conditions warrant.
\r' ; I supper I Buck and Frederick SharpDrozenks. Bundle Of Joy
to paint and put thesein Honored.On
.' : evening at home on Washington Mr. Easter who' commands a .
place. Other committees were Birthdays I ': street honoring Mrs. B: A. constant change in pattern and Ardell Waters was charged with Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

appointed to extend the water- | Pope Jr. of Norfolk Va.. Mrs. Fred design feels "very confident that driving while intoxicated and ANDCALIFORNIA
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lines on the church property ', Guy of Gainesville and Mrs. A. 1. we should enjoy excellent business
<+ L S ;;m Hin-y Rabb. HI. celebrated his an with having no drivers license.
and to erect a new electrically I Covington of Paducan": Ky. this fall due to the intro- Alfonzo Chandler received warrant -
ninth birthday anniversary on a
Ray Millard and BarbaraStanwyck
,. lighted church bulletin board. I
July 12 with a party, for 20__ of I The four individual dining tables duction of new merchandise and I charging him with leavingthe
Plans also made for, i
_were n;>rovEt-
his, friends at his home at 1323 were centered with Mecca cups a general upturn in business conditions scene of an accident and hav Plus Color Cartoon for Children
ment to the church kitchen:
Blanding street. holding mixed summer' flowers. which has become ap- ing.no drivers license.B. .
Each one of the nine men pre- I An attractive baseball theme : Larger ,arrangements of',the "blossoms parent. F. Johnson and Hollis C. Wed. Thur. July 30, 31

cent volunteered for one of the was carried cut in the party decorations were used throughout the "We will expect" he, continues Renfroe were cited on worthless DOUBLE FEATURE -

above projects. and the birthday cake' Long home ,for the occasion. "to add a number of new employees I check warrants.
The meeting was closed with 1 L Following several during, the fall period. Toughest Gun In
was topped by miniature baseball I supper pro- Assault and battery were the
_.----- _____ ____ _______u_ prayer by the pastor. players in, action. gressions of bridge were played By From January to the present charges brought against John Tombstone

Games were played during the [ the 16 guests with prizes being time a general decline in business Barnes and Marian Crawford.The .
Mr.1 and 'Mrs. J. E. Adkins of I < I With George Montgomery
Alderman Reunion r
awarded to the winners. made it to, curtail
Hampton announce the engage- party hours and prizes were awarded necessary a charge of escape was lodged AND
ment of their granddaughter, Held Sunday : to the winners. i number of employees and hours against Bobby Harris and Donald
worked, but'since the Atlanta UNTIL THEY SAILJean
Richard Short. I
Joyce Beal. to, Rudolph- Hutcheson Baptist Circles. ,
;son' of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ii. J.: Alderman of Grandin was Mrs, S. G. Denmark entertained Hold showing business has picked up George Goodwine and George Simmons and Joan Fontaine
Hutcheson of Bayless Highway. re-elected president of the Southern at, a, lovely party Thursday Miss Mabel Jane Sublett, Meetings and practically all the workersare Brown were cited for having no I

M& Saal.is a graduate of Bradford Branch of the Alderman fam- afternoon of last week for her daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse back, including,some new employees .
The Brownlee Circle of the First "
High School and is employed ly at the seventh annual reunionof daughter Joyce, who was celebrating Sublett of Walter Hill. Tenn.. became working full time.
Baptist Church met Tuesday When The Weather
by, the Dan Byrd Insurance that group held last Sunday at' her eighth birthday an- the bride of Harry Nelson Mr., Easter, 'representing the ....
afternoon at 2:30 in the,home of -S.
I Gold Head Branch State Park. niversary.The Green son of Mrs. Nelson T. third generation of furniture
Agency in Gainesville.
Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Mrs. Ada 'Alexander -
Mr. Hutcheson is planning to! Other officers: elected were party was held on the Denmark Green and the late Mr. Green of gave the devotional and manufacturing Easters came here 3' IS HOT .
Attend school in Nashville Tenn.I' John Alderman. St. Petersburg : .terrace,and the refreshment Starke in rites solemnized at 7:30p. from the Trogdon Furniture 0 .
Mrs. W B. Mundy the prayer.
vice president; Mrs. Guy Wil- table featured, a paper birthday Saturday 5 in,Kel Company in Georgia where he ser-
The wedding will be an event of m. on July Mrs. Hazen's program, topic was ;( The SPECIALS
Augusts liams. Palatka secretary; and Nat cloth centered:with a_gayly decorated : ly's Chapel Methodist Church ved as general manager overseeingthe ,* ,r
"Hospital Bed" with Mrs. L. A
Alderman Pooler Ga., treasurer. birthday cake. Walter Hill with Rev. Lee Medley manufacture of traditional I j I
Wynn) Mrs. Gail Mathews, and
18th century furniture. Bradford Or&ARE HOT
Approximately 100 persons from The 18 little guests enjoyed officiating
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee on the
pro- turns out exclusively modern
afternoon .
throughout Florida and Georgia games during the and of' traditional wedding -
i I I .A program gram.
r attended the reunion and took received favors of whistles, and, Florida pieces but Mr. Easter has
part in the program of activities.Rev. bubble gum. -- music was'given by Miss Bet Circle leader Mrs. Mathews presided adjusted rapidly to the drastic
ty" Canvas Chair 3.75
Jean.Pearcy, pianist and Mrs. Steamer Deck
over the business meeting
he works his
Jack Mabry pastor of Madi. Mrs.: Denmark was assisted, by Henry, Martin, vocalist change as over drawing I
which closed ,
with prayer
son Street Baptist Church, Starke her. sister, Miss Sue Morris of by board designing next year's
The were exchanged be- Mrs. Wynn. Delicious ,
was guest speaker.T. Pompano Beach. Mrs. H. M. refTem-1 I furniture rage. WOOD
J. Alderman of Hamptonand Hatcher Jr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers fore an altar banked with mag- ments were served by -. .. q"
nolia leaves and a large central Newsome and'Mrs.. Mundy.. Porch with Chain 12.95
L. A. Canova of Starke hand- Starke Heeds Swing -
?Uh-tAtord'' County Hospital an- led arrangements for the event. arrangement white gladioli. .* \ ? : .
qoiinc:the following. births; Little Jean Vickers celebratedher. Cathedral tapers in sevenbranched The Helen Masters Circle\ of the Civil'J i If '
ajFjand Mrs. 'Archie candelabra, lighted the scene. First Baptist Church held a ham- Defense
Padgett.Jr. CARD OF THANKSTo sixth, birthday on Thursday .
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,of Orange Park, a son. Micheal all my friends known and with, a party for 15 friends., The bride', given in marriage by burger supper at the, Kingsley V i J i Metal Love Seat Glider 17.95

tfeal July 21. -- unknown to me, who prayed for The refreshment table overlaid her, father wore a gown of white Lake home of Mrs. Mae Hatcher Speaker SaysContinued '

Mr.jftnd: MrsvRayford Tetstoneof me and were kind and helpful to with a party cloth, held. refresh- bridal; satin fashioned with a Jr. at five o'clock Wednesday

Starfce. a daughter. Alma Nor- me during my recent illness I ments of birthday cake ice, cream,. portrait neckline with net insets. Mrs. W.B.. Mundy, president of [ from Page 1] Metal Porch Chairs 6.95ONLY

ma' Jean July 21. wish to say "Thank You." I am ., and:punch.. Thee' princess lines flaired into a WMU, gave the"devotional and a use in six hours he said. I
Mr. and, Mrs C, D. Baker of sincerely grateful. "The little girls' received embroidery full skirt, and the back featured talk on God's Word on Steward- Adm. Aldrich said that the next I ONE

'tare: a daughter July 22. Jack Goodge.. I sets, as favors.IT'S ., many pleats at the waist which ship.A. war would,be fought at home as I
. ; ; attended into train. The bride's business session was conducted well as abroad. He, said that in I 2 [

t. _, f'lngertip'veil' of illusion was clip- by leader, Mrs. Mae Hatcher his opinion America, could not 1 I. 2-Qt Ice Cream Freezer 5.95ONLY
ped,to a t crown;of pearls and sequins Jr< Forty-four including members win such a war; without the aid
and she: carried, a white and their families were present. of organized civilian defense.

Bible overlaid with a white orchid Clyde Terwillegar, local Ford ONE

nd,'stephanotis, with streamerstied Girl Scouts Enjoy dealer was welcomed as a new
in love knots. Her only jewelry Outing At Park member at this meeting. 3-Qt Ice Cream Freezer 9.95

was'a string of pearls which "

has been. in the Green family for Sixteen members of the' Intermediate Two: BHS Students
Girl Scouts enjoyed an
'Miss Nancy Sublett sister of outing at Gold Head Branch July Will Play With

UNLAWFUL the' bride, was maid of honor. 18-20. They were accompanied by All-Star Band, 1 Used, Lawn Mower f 9.95

She wore a pink crystalette over their leaders Mrs. R. B.' Caurf-

t taffeta dress designed with a man and Mrs. C. R. Tillman. Margaret Ann Dinkins and Harold -
Galloped neckline and shirred cap I) C. Tyus members of, the Brad-

leeves. Her bouquet was of painted Rites Wednesday ford High School Band have I HART FURNITURE CO

daisies. been.selected to play in a special ,

For Any: Person or Persons to Engage in starnes Bridesmaids of Starke were, and Miss Mrs. Chares Reba- For M'H. LangIn School 100-piece Band Florida which All-Star will assemble High' 123 E. Call St. Phone 80-

l '' Hamlett of Nashville. Tenn. Baptist' Church,. .. at the University of Florida on

Their dresses were identical to Milton H. Lang, 65: prominent Sunday Aug.: 3.
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless, that' of the maid of honor. funeral director'in Jacksonvillefor The appearance of the All-star
Ritch Green served as his 'many yea.rs. died at his homein Band will climax: the first annual

brother's best man. Ushers were Starke Sunday morning. aftera Marching Band Clinic, sponsored
Carl'Etter of Murfreesboro, Maj. brief illness. by the University of, Florida De- '

The Name Registered, J r. H; Johnson, and H. A. BishopJr. --:Mr. Lang was associated with partment, of Music and,, Florida i

... both of' Starke. Cooper Funeral Home,in Jackson- Bandmasters Association.
*Following,the ceremony, Mr. and The 100-piece band SUN. MON.,, TUES.
-, ville and later became a partner, drawn from OPENING TIME:
'- Mrs; Sublett entertained with a when the business was operatedas 30 high schools throughout the Mon. Through Fri. 1:45 P.M. July 27, 28, 29

reception at their home. The receiving the' Cooper-Lang Funeral state will appear,in the pre-game' Sat. and Sun. . . 12:45:
line was' formed in front Home. He purchased the business and halftime.shows at the annual REGULAR PRICES:

of, the."mantle, which was deco- and:operated it only a short whale North-South Florida All-Star I Adults, Matinee . . . 40e 6

Read This rated'with white. gladioli. The before'moving to Miami,'where he High School Football game. Adults Evenings . . . 50e
Florida Law serving table was overlaid with an was 'in business until his retire- August 7. Children. AU Day . .. 15e IyswfAlme d ,s't 1.+,tYw
imported lace cloth, and the tiered ment in 195*. For the past year I Mon Through Friday: qtrx.

"It for wedding cake was featured at Mr. Lang has been associated with ANNOUNCEMENT I Students, . . . ... 25c
un\awfuj .
: shay .any person or persons, &4. definei ktnb id, ,I one end. The center arrangement his brother-in-law Paul Raymond, Till 6:00 PJH.

enrage in business as herein defined under afictitious name as herein defined was: of white gladioli flanked by in the Pontiac dealership in Orders, from my doctor advisedme :

without and unless said fictitious name.ahall be registered ,' the white" candles in crystal holders, Starke. He was a stockholder in member not to of enter'the School the race for! SAT., JULY 26 ONLY
Mrs. Sublett chose for her Electronics Associates, Long Board DOUBLE FEATURE -
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business.is daughter's wedding a pink -- and Branch N. J. District One Lawtey. I do wish'to '

with registration shall consist of filing withthe clerk aforesal4>an: .aK black tweed' dress with black accessories ,Born in Titusville Pa..on- Aug.[I I the thank each and every one for: ZANE GREf MIcIITIESTWESTERN as j

fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of > and an orchid corsage. 2L '1892.' his parents were, the encouragement and the sup- : ADVENTURE! p
port that 1
Mrs. Green, mother of the groom, late Christian, and Caroline Scni- you would have given r IHl fST
an those interested in the bosineser enterprise, the extent' of the. interest wore a baby blue dress with white e'1o'e Lang. me.

.of each, and the fictitious'name tinder which saidbpsinessis earrie4I accessories' ,and an,orchid corsage. Surviving are, his wife Bertha George Fdnzo Prevatt. i' w;" : ,

en. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring. liter, in the evening the couple Moore Lang'of Starke; one brother -
left, for an Eastern wedding trip. Harold.T. Jacksonville; and
to engage in business under fictitious name shall have advertised or The bride chose a dark blue I a sister, Miss Edith A._ Lang of Migraine Headaches .il.alL. .. kg q.r.

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for fear sheath featuring a white collar.I Titusville, Pa, ARE NOT ,wa r..reaar.as.wNrrrw.uysr.w.iwiar a .

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined bykw.In the county. Her,, accessories were white and Funeral services were,, held in INCURABLE e7iJi' t'
she, wore the orchid from her the First Baptist; Church of Countless thousands suffer
where .said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not. bt, bridal bouquet. Starke Wednesday afternoon at 2 told agony from migraine headaches un-- n&A8ERT Plus "Mixed Master" Cartoon

accepted.by the, clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of! Mr. and Mrs. Green are now at o'clock, with Rev. I* D. Haines because they are unawareof i .
such publication. home.to friends at 337 N. ClarkeSt. officiating. Burial was in Crosby the, benefits Chiropractic -1'tAlES
in Starke. Lake Cemetery with DeWitt, C. care for this! condition.They WED., THUR., FRI.

Rehearsal Party Jones.in charge of arrangements. reasoq that because.they have had I NF6; July 30, 31 Aug. 1

1 ,Mt'&..Green mother of the r ". jEngineering them all their lives or because 1 "
If you are engaged in business under any Dame. bridegroom, entertained at a rehearsal -- : Students." their,:parents: or grandparents had' VANIsii1 ti8IIf IE"fli"""

party .on..Friday, night them that they can expect,to have ;:
preceding ,the. wedding, at On*Dean's. ListCharles them the rest, of their lives. AMrncidarris

other than and have had this Green Farm's,Restaurant for the Edwin O.
your own not name: L. Meister and There are thousands of records
bridal party and out-of-town
Howard, both of Starke:earned a available today to prove that re-I jtin HOT mtn win.rmm neaj ,
guests.Summer flowers were used the' Dean's List of the CUE IICUUT.*H MB UU tttnii 14VM
p2aeb on moving spinal, cord pressure has
in decorating. at the University [US'BW KTKB WB BUM to***hAnd ,
College of Engineering corrected this condition in I
properly advertised and registered will he Florida for'the many tlrli4 I 1 kralbrimW (tdMkYwN.J I
we SAPP EXPRESSES of. spring cases after the,patient has suffered .
semester.To with them,for
make the Dean's List,a stu-

glad to give you aB necessary Informatiofl s.t to the voters and citizens of dent must score a semeater'aca.- You can save time, money and 1Col
Bradford. County: demic average of B or tetter needless'suffering by seeing your: I f R 6rf1E
Chiropractor first. I
I wish to express my deep appreciation L4TllUNDERIIiGy LUXE

what youshouddo.[ to,the people of'Bradford Recent, ; Births Phone or write Alm''.
County for giving me the '
nomination.' for School Board Doctors Hospital announces the DR. H. G. BOLLIXGER
Plus.Truckload. of Trouble" Cra
member District 3 following births: CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
,. ,without OP-,
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position. I,will1 continue devotemy 'Mr. ,and, Mrs., W. C. Datz ol d. A QEiaAl.SOPEVdu.- toon.
j I 728 E. University, Ave. .__... -,. -
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM best efforts to the office. and Starke,....a daughter,. Darlene jane. Gainesville, Phone 6-S23S --

.; will serve you fairly and_ con July 19. S COMING .
scientiously in the future as, in the Mr., and Mrs.- Douglas Mastersof its.N. Waking Si,, Plus "Fido Beta Kappa" Cartoon "IMITATION' GENERA
past Maxvflle,. a son, Gary Douglas,
,., Starfce,Phone 1C8.:

_. _, Ethan-A.-Sapp. July 20L .'.----q' ." .

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I Mr. and Mrs. Howe Moredock Mrs.t>ma'Uo1tonTs""uf TaTiattSJtnWP Mr'aJ1'd"Mrs.: N. Hollidayiami UP ALLIGATOR weight as you probably'Ian know. is I Dedan Cemetery'.

1- of. Cola Gables are1' I -tw4v hiVt.feen\ -T*% estimate made by the t.sJ:1eri: i'
'Oc pyihg \ :W-4A ? ,Q .7.lZ\ ,_ .... vacatiQn-: Improved
9ell.cottage, at Kingsley.Lake &ett .forvseyecala5 w&cks: t:; 1 .;.,M'... an ti. SoythW8I .... .... --.c2L-' CREEK"\ ian while! his fish is still.running,f Being ;
this cummer., ,W B.MundY AIUl.daugQ- ft Hfe and may vary slightly with Tole Furicb t Ar Nee4ed
[ : : uot ,- .' F\ -> i"**>i"with1 ,e :
SK2 and Mrs. Joseph N. Belche ter) Jea1 ;", =:in.A\1an: gbu.&inw.t1l !\ ::M 1C :n Sullivan andKau do.

and son Joel-l of pens .cola spent .o ms oh tb.e.lJ'<< : BgI1 araattending3Aug., I. ZrkWalton. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae A movement is oh foot to raise

the weekend with their parents. Mm\LloYJiJedgeco\ .ndQ sIsp tbJ.: P;} "p.R ,, report a good cJVh of Kingsley I funds to clean and make other

THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldvfell' 'in i i1t:1he.pa.st'w: k.w.itb..Mf.anRMri i.G, P @} \.,-! ? a. .- t Lake bass caught with worms.. improvements at Dedan Cemetery

I Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. rrH.O.,JSmithrin Mink ;? :2.\ r )Yl\:! pe? and, .,12staf The bass all run two pounds or. near Brooker. A power mower was

___________ ,L Belche at' the State Farm. Mrs. R. N. Carsweliand: ..daughters f {nenifjers. make,up..tliis camp.' smaller, but any of you who recently purchased with contri- '
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: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gabnel I Mrs. Effie Johns baa had as Washington Ga. and Mrs. Wey- ing'several days with.her.parents. .wrjic!i, !he-Suqnneq. Presbylerj \s *- know there are none better. but more funds are' needed. for" .a '

and daughter Estelle of Elizabeth:: guests Mrs. Walter Master of man Sattetfield of Social Circle Mraud'Mrs..hL.W'Lauce.. : .. i ,ha18:15ponscir>d."t'. 'f' Sitting-on the creek bank fiSh Summer f nds 'bass fishing complete job.
N., J. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland and W. C. Townsend ot I. when the old owl hooted of Brooker
Ga..were overnight guests Sundayof Mrs 'J. E.Powell Jaekson-- .Rev.V..McA1iley. ,, and chil- not'b.ting somewhat slower than usual and E. B. [Gene] Crosby'
Earl B. Searing this week. Lake Butler on Tuesday of last ViSIted ., When he was answered trom | local Isaacs have been recently named chairman ofa
Mrs. Daisy Ferryman and Mrs. ville-jras: visiting' Mrs. c... 'A q d; !l van. some of our was
Mrs. Bessie Faxon, son, Buddy, week Mrs. Kenneth Frank of '- t the creek by a. hoot 1 did committee to
out the
Del ." Camp_ Mcnt omery Wednesday_ across forced to use more conVincingmeans carry improvement
Colley. Knight:-on Wednesday., -- '
and daughter, Donna, attended"the Lakeland! and Miss Rosie Smith 'Mr. mornIng.".. ,:. : not; recognize! I listed to their than the light tackle to program. and Mrs. .,
Miss I and Mrs. Ernest Wioegren H-K Crosby-ls'inaklng buslrestrlp -' "
of Cia raneH
weeding 'f Auburndale on Wednesday, and irt"5
.: : John Truluck i of Chatter. put fish on the table. Merritt Crosby was named treasurer of.<
Waters in Alachua Sunday; attezi :- I Mrs. James will return this weekend from two ; ia: Beacon.-K-Jf.. r., ,, '
Smith of Lake but- } We1rtonW. tY a. ,were MondayIr.1ands. .s ems"as if this other' owl. just Williams Carl Hurst, Bill or Barney the group.
onMr8.: I 'er and Mrs. L.; C. Smith of Dade weeks vacation in Glen Cove: N. AMrs. Mary.Lappe,is.in ,Valdosta. t.r ... :.pwCfl Hew> in from Lee County, down McRae may be found most All persons with relatives buriedat
M. E. Griner of Uilanlo Y.. and Wilmington Dela. They Ga..this iaieek vjositing. Mn' .iand r '
:ity: on Thursday. around Bofa rande, and reported
..., :i;, TItrs. any time on the Oklawaha with a Dedan or interested in the
spent several days last week with Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt are are renting the T. H. Slade homeon Mrs. HtI'JPODWa1ker, .-, _O.J.3frs. t ; W.:; S". McAlileyiis. that a 'delegation from the creeK I mess of catfish.A cemetery in any other way ate

Mr. and,Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr. home this weekend Kingsley Lake. JohaButkuax and son, bank, !ad"lei down_ there. living invited to
expected after andf.. d parents, I report from th* St. Johns contribute to the fund.
Mr. and Mrs. E and Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Johnny rRi ., "l i' --
and MId
t. Lee. sons _
being in LosAngeles,-Calif where : .J J\l il it. cp.. R'ver ,at Weeks Landing! indicates Money or checks may be sent to
were: >visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. K. son, Wayne and Mrs. L. S. Hutto Co iar&y of.:,WalkiJl.r.lL Y. &! & 1 :;. ,f ? Among the present was a re- !
Dr. Houpt attended the midsemester cr that bass and! bream fishing both Mrs. E. B. Crosby at BrooIeilA.
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Jacksonville moved into Mrs. Redgrave's new'home MTS.UE..F. 1 4.r .... .... .[ .,.. : .
Lee, Saturday. Cateof-Aletd.een; M.4 e. tfreii Die
:; off-cial
t Clinical: Assembly of the 'In- L. :government have been rather slow, and you
Col.ahd, Mrs. 'r. T. Long returnejIj ternational College of Osteopatluc on N. Thompson street- last wete guests thepat twii Qf \1,. B--cn.S:. 9oP. emoon.! 3flS.-. ej" andWeratbr. of a large own-I won't have any trouble getting a "
'V4't "
tI JJednesday of last week Surgeons.Mr. week. Mr: and f rom.torA: weeks visit with Mr. Mrs. Chester Wood of Camp :! Heights 'L a.S {he.fhird menbcr was chiet.stockholder turn in in all of Kathy Struth is in Deland visiting -
September the
and Mrs. Ned at ,
and'TCtftTJoyd': H. Lewis in Wilmington July 7-13 vacationing Yancey in Miami.spent Blanding underwent 'sugery last Ici.e : i:4-_ 4, ; F :. .:. : :i &. J! 1 : yv 'a. ,:sprawling dry clean- bass and bream territory, so if her aunt Mrs. Pearl. Whitnel.
,': Dela. They were accompanied -i While there their sons, Al and week at the Lutheran Hospital in :Mrs. H. M. Hatch; r. Jr._ andj. ;L', ;. .nl bF.r.o;. affi el !,!pent': iab1is1irent; the fourth was i you folks want to get rid of your '
home by their son, LaCrosse, Wis., while visiting relatives' \ :: i r
Steve attended camp in Tampa children he !visiUn& : oth r\het\ st 1 afl'c. '''!a I north-central KJorcji" -i ulcers, get in on this great out
Dave who had spent several I there. : : and the'ftlh'viis'th'e' Termite
: telgphon: company door
and daughter Peggy was visiting MrsLSaractou4eAutGagIattvesjt ah r'jMr C'eaQ ? sport. Control:
weeks with,the Lewises.J. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green have t > king "!
Pin of fabu-
tft !. { a Many of will 1
her grandmother Mrs. J. 1'.1 I .r ? _.keiiJic .. gh4-tf.i""iW 'XV you probably say
D.,Doyle 'was in St. Vincent's Stevens, in Sanford. Last week rented the-- house- at- 337. N. Clark olma:for-twoljKwks r; &tiiiitt .ri MIo::".&:.a't, Po iGr .f'4./'ons,; ',MI.et -':. lous.restaurant 1. ';" .; and pecan grove I you Just don't have t me but makeup I FOR DEPEtfDApLR ,

Hospital over the weekend tor a the Yancey family were at Spring. street.. And'.)'b8:1
regular'' checkup.Mr Lake. M '. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly Jr. apd llr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mr& Frazier Shaw and family.FuneraiFriday caught. the largest tarpon, somewhat ,take at least one afternoon a weekand .

'and Mrs. E. M. Davis haveas N.-T. Ritch of Hialeah will be are renting 'the' Howard's apartment are spending this week at the. : over 80 pounds, and won the;| just go anyhow! And don't Pest Control : .. .::: .o

; % .guest M sT: Paul ,W. Ether- here Friday and Saturday to visit "on Nona stree't.Mr. Thomas camp in..tIe Scrub pool. If you know these rntJe- forget to take the wife and kids t Grove Spraying

edge",of'Jac onville. Mr.. Ether- his mother Mrs. Carrie Ritch. His and Mrs. George Roberts !I Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and I men you will agree it is hard to some, too. Tftey'll get a bang out
edge sp'entv"t, "e"""" weekend'" < with his children Diane and Buster will are- renting the Green house at family were in Lyons, Ga. Sunday For James L. Bagwell, tell when you win a pool, just of hauling in a whopper. also. Call FR 6-26l

wife 'andDavies? 'Mr and .A\1's. a !?m?any, him home after spend- 583 W.: Call street. | attending the Anderson. family Retired Farmer what you have won. I j In the meanwhile, we'll try to
Davis aisd'tfia'd'!' as" overnight ing a, 'monti1! ;te.WIth their Mr.: and' Mrs., G. E. Snow have reunion: : V Further details\ may be had from! keep you posted as to where and Florida Pest Control

guests .S fUrd j. Mr. aiidMrs.., r, : grandmother. moved into the Ritch upstairs Mrs. C. R. Oakes started working James ;Lee (Jim)' Bagwell, b'8!:, :Mr. Bill Graham, who claims to when they're biting.Mr. .

Earl Stjiot'.,, .. Sarns,.... &. ta.,. ''', -Mr.''. n.d:1.'Mrs.: J. E. Hardly and apartment. at 556 N. Cherry street. at the State'Farm' on July 1 died .suddenly! Monday morning have let a larger one.get away just!I' & Chemical, Co.....,

,Rev. and, M.rs.'"Merle Fackham family 'visit d her mother, Mrs. I Beverly Chapman spent last and her daughter Miss Bobbie while visiting his sons in St. Pet- to keep from winning tit s much : and Mrs. Charles Schmittand I

and family ,orTheressa were*dinner O.W. Barry;' Brooker='on Sun- 'week visiting her uncle and aunt Oakes Is replacing her as office ,ersburg. He was a retred farmer coveted pool. Graham gives the family have spent the past 21N.W.l6thAve.

guests TuesdaV ""tof ''Mr. and day.*' ft'.',** 0' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hogan at girl at Starke Radio and TV. having lived: in Bradford Coun- running weight of his fish at; two weeks vacationing at SantaFe I' Gainesville, Florida

Mrs. E. P. Lee!*""' ';' ''Mrs. Bll: Beck and daughtersof Lake Lucina. Mrs. H. H. Rabb. Jr. and chil- ty Tor ;30 years. around 100 pounds. Running 1 III Lake. -

Suzi Broadway- 0- will leave Saturday -. Hendersonville,- NVC. and? Mrs. Mrs.Alice: Anderson attendeda dren were in Savannah, Ga. the Jar. Bagwell. was born August ______ ______ ______ _______ .

for Newv,,ork'City'f6r! two, Irene'.Tb nS of GreeA<2 ve" rings house party at Panama City past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. I 5. 1889 in Cpokeville, Term'. the ;&.- .J
weeks dan 1i! ''Instruction'\ ; srie', were' Tuesday livening\guests of ,beach over the weekend. A. Bailey. Egn.qf the.1 late'joh'n and Elizabeth

will be accomanied 'heVdance1instructor MrT'and "'Mrs.: L.vWGreerf- and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams were Mjr. L.' P. Gahagan of Savan CaliahaK! ;* BagwelL; _.He", was. a FORD SALES FORD SERVICE FORD PARTS :
Mtef\ > ?.rHa'froif": 'tit }!rs. c: D. wmiams.'w: vacationing In South Florida thepast nah. Ga. spent the weekend with member of: the Airpark Baptist
*;' "" **"'.::.* :i iof. ';'Mrs.-VValker ''Church. ,
Jacksonville. Mr. and McGee -week. his mother Mrs. Gahagan.Mr. .

} .... ana 'Mrs. C. C. Hoppe orif" were'ln "dblha'iir5 AU>: :'the *'past Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thompsonof and, Mrs., .,Kenneth .Grider Surviving are his widow Dora .
Tampa -were'J' f f weekend"f .i guests t< :(, ot week VisiH kJrlr.. 'and Mrs. Sam Tulsa Okla. are visiting Mr. John Powell! and *Maj. '1;'. P. Ga- Jane Dyer. 'Bagwell. ,_ Starke; five WJTH CLYDE TERWILLEGflR .

M3; ; LtEeaeP. and Mf"J*; W.1 M G eY' *a: IirEJtChA ; i: and Mrs. Bill Thompson and I am- hagan are fishing at Marathonthis I .sons, Ezra and Howard t.,Bagwell, '. .

Jd.",lrs incald spent: last ? e Hardy is in ;8in4t jville::; ilythiljweek- week. Joh Gpdwin accompanied St-;.Petersburg_ Kenneth". ana Don- '

week,. with the Hoppes in Tampa. this week visiting his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Horns Hope Jr. 'the'group as far as Miami. ,ad Bagwell;, $tarke; and R. C. I BEFORE YOU BUY

Hagney Bryan. and children of Atlanta Ga. arrive Mrs. C. W. Walters of Dublin. Bagwe -env, jCplo.; five. brothers i .., ..
Mrs. Bessie Faxon daughter Saturday for a week's visit Ga. is visiting Mrs..W. H. Holland Tom Bagwell Sorrento, Fla.,

Donna; and son, Buddy' attended with Mr.,and Mrs. L. D. Vining.Mr. ,and family this j week. Birth Bagwell' Huntsville' Ala., ,- Our volume and low overhead saves you money.: :
Douglas Waters' third .birthday and, Mrs.' Paul Faulkner tMr. and Mrs..W. Godwin and ,willie B well Mt: Carmel, Ill.

&I.JyI S. party in Waldo Saturday after- and family spent last Thursdayat children'.returned to their. homein ,Wintop Bagwell Mont .rry. Tenn., Buy Now and Save Hundreds of $ $ $ '" '

noon. Silver Springs and Sunday in Clevel.and.,.Ohio after spendingtwo aj RiQ ard Bagwell ,Cpokeville,

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and Jacksonville.visiting Mr. and'Mrs.I weeks at the A. J. Thomas 'W1; :; .one sister,":Mrs.: Ida, Col-

children spent Monday at Daytona Robert Faulkner and Mr. and Mrs. cottage on Kingsley. Lake. .Th y lier, Monterry Tenn.; 14 grandchildren -

: OOPS Beach. Edgar Faulkner. were also visiting their, mothers! and two great grand MOTORS

( Rev. and Mrs. Lee Graham returned Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer lJrs., Berths Pearce and Mrs. ....L. ::children. TERWILLEGAR
DID YOU to their home in Birmingham -Jacksonville, Beach spent the I W. Baldwin, while here, '!' Services will be held Friday at I

Ala. on Monday after two weekend with' her .parents Mr.andMxs. 'Mr: and M/s.'L. Hj Futch oft ;2 p.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones_ L

: DRO'P'ITt weeks vacation at the Graham T. H. Slade,at Kingsley 'rke and Mr. andMrs..H.; C. :'Chapel. Interment' will, follow in ,

cottage en Kingsley Lake. Lake. Kelly.' of Lawtey '. pcnt. ,.tbe past Kingsley! Lake_C metery.I I ';F ;..:. : :_ : .. I :

Mr. and Mrs. 1;. N. Pickering: of Mrs. A. I. Covington of Paducah. wp"weeks: touring' ? tbe .Smoky .; ". !'r'j- -- r' ,. .'''' s., I.. .,. ..

Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ky. Is spending six weeks with Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tenn and ... .

I Pickering and daughter Priscilla. her son,:'Dr. 'A. Covington, and Corbin. Ky. They also visited. ,Mr.and .
YOUR WATCH of Gainesville spent last week at family. Mrs. A. P. Hallman. ,in Chat- :

Santa Fe Lake. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Ritch t. ncoga. Tenn. '

Hen it met t with an accident Mr. and' Mrs.' Albert Gibble of have' had 'as guests the past two Mrs: M.'A. Payne and ,children 1fii UJ tTULAt Ak t tiA

? Is it.not keeping Hershey, Pa. were weekend guestsof weeks, Mrs. Verna Gibbert' and will visit her mother, Mrs. Rosalie:

I good time?' Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. The Miss Rose Glass of Lexington. Ky.. Crut hfield, In St. Augustine next T

t ,Ut.ui test it C D C Eon Vinings also had as Sunday Mrs;: Onie Walton -oC' Pompano week. .. "" PPi (/

,. our, r n 16 guests Mr. and Mrs. J. C.'viilfugof Beach Mrs. 'Eva'* Whitten of, St: Mr. and I< Mrs., Lloyd McMillan

Delaiid. Augustine, and Mrs.'Edward: Shea- Jr.' and son Micheal and.Mrs..JJ, ,

I W t M ru Miss Lillian Stump spent Sun- .ly of Atlanta.-. L. McMillan Columbia: ,S. C. are y
4 day to Wednesday in Rockledgewith Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman i guests of Mr. and Mrs Claude -

Mr.'and Mrs. R. T. Fowler: and Mr."and Mrs.'s. L. Peek Jr. Crowson at 'Bedford Lake from Smith-Corona

... Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis and will return home'next week' om 1 I Thursday to Monday. V

family of Cocoa former Starke in' MexicoThey .
three weeks vacation I ..,. .
residents, are visiting friends and drove to Miami where they !. -
relatives in Starke and Hamptonfor boarded a plane for Mexico City V ,
It prints a record stowing < _
two weeks. I
and condition on July : ______________
the exact rate I, "
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and 1 Cookie Mathews and Carol Mc- .. .. .. w
t of your'Vrotch. children spent Sunday at St. Rae-left Sunday for Tallahassee -; '; 'V V,' q .z_._____

WATCH' REPAIRS- [ Augustine Beach. where they are attending the'FSU T FOR COUNTY COUII"SIO-XEU! !::\ ...
'EXPERTS Majorette camp this week: V. DISTRICT: TWO -

:)t '. oMyT.EcONouIcAL) SERVICEGEM j GOT A r' --" Mrs.'O. A.' Wiggins Mrs. H. B. for I herebf.antiaunce County Commissioner'ipy candidacy District'
Hamilton, Mrs: Lr D. Haines and Two If ,elected, I promise 16 give
faithful energtic and conscientious
Mrs. J., E. Hildebran left 'Thursday service; to,tbia important office. 1
SUMMER C.OLIT 1 for a-week' J at RidgecrestN.; will,at all times be" ready-Id con-
JEWELRY 'attend the' Baptist' Sunday and advise'with"ray1 constituents /
C.: to-
4 '-S. L' I work for the best interest ot
K : School""Training' week l't district and the county, Is"a'
i-- Your vote and t&pport on
Mrs" W. T. Jackson and
:Mr: and
tPt.: 9.will. be deeply appreciated.\
'The House of Fine forsymptomatk guests,4! Mr. "and Mrs. Rick Coulard -1. V :""...,A.I::._WH- t.BllBAV.. : '
rl f I.
Diamonds" l 'of Walkill. }.1. Y.,' and Bob :
109 E. CALL. ST. 666 Firth were' fishing. at Cedar Key DISTRICT xTW'O _, .
oh1' I take this' means or announcing -
RaLEF I Sunday.
'" .. .4..J ., I .J .-..Jimmy Lawson is spending two tioa as County.' my candidacy Commissioner for re-elec-, District -
: weeks wittf'Ws brother' and 'sis '' Two, in the primary election
of Sept-: .'9. My. years'ot experience
ter- nl w- S':'Sgt. and Mrs: Jerry on the boar4 will..be valuable in
Lawson 'in Orlando. administering<< the' business affairs
') J FLORIDA COUNTIES of. the county and I am'asking you
a Mr.rand Mrs. M. L. Lawson and to ..re-elect me for just one more
I family were"visiting Mr. and Mrs. term. 1 shall always welcome the
I -' advice and"counsel of my friends
W ')I" T I Willjatd."Carmiqhael.iri.Perry: on ,>ad shall. do all within my. powerto I Iyou
Sunday. carry obt their wishes' for the
QKALOOSACQUNTY best .lnUr at of all 'the' people of -
I Miss Agnes Lawson of FSU, was, our. countyE. -
rya\ I home for' the- week nI. :.... I.:. (Lawton)' qRAWn.. -- .>.KD' '-

.I [!'OKALOOS ) : Joey and Andy Jordan.1 of Lake FOR r.COl'TY-.CO'iIMflONER!-. :
riO Seaf ---
I County i Butler"spent Friday"to WedneS DISTRICT FOtR" I r

Crestvfew I I day and, with Mrs., H their; A. grandparents.Lawson. Mrs. Mr.Joe No.,I am 4.County. and announcing I Commissioner am; running my :candidacyfor solely District| for,' Now 9 { can, enjJy. ,[ffortl? s.s Typing '.'

.cxisrvuM! ,' the Interest 'of all the pebble oj ) : ? S.
I.jZ" 4" carted'foi
i'.o.U.JJ Jordan children
t5 i (i on "
Bradford County. 1 am not running '
1 letters time
)" ) I Wednesday, I for any individual' 'or group of .r ": With beautiful, print-perfect every
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: Friends of Mrs. M. F. Brown ptople. The only promise tjiat -
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: : I ,35QOOp ACRES will:regret to hear that her broth- will the people make is of that the I County will serve tb th all! = -. Never before has it been so.easy and so much fun to type. With the ney Smith; '

1"'" .-.. : \ ', Eglin ,Air i Forco.!>> er-in-law, Col.. Weedon McNeerof be best fair of, my honest.ability faithful,' and that.impartialand 1 will J ': ,'. Corona Electric Portable a gentle touch of the.,keys and electricity takes the work .

Ba.. New Port Richy. suffered a just to all the people- of the off your hands quickly, quietly and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling as

7. Jj heart confined attack last Wednesday and county.I': am a member of the )Mason fresh and_relaxed.as ,when;you began. And no matter how you strike the keys, '. .
i is in the MacDill AirBase Eastern Star Shrine tlk Amer* ,
s. \ j Hospital Tampa. Jean Legion and the First baptist every character prints with the same sharp, uniform impression. Just think of the

L,GIf i i or ii Mexico Mr. and Mrs H. G. Davis Jr. V Church Your'of vote Starke.and. support will* pe. new pride you will take in:your personal corrcspondence! You owe it to yourself

and'children of Gainesville werevisiting greatly appreciated. II' .W. to see and try the revolutionary new Smith-Corona Electric Portable today. i'y .
Home of the giant Egtin Air Force Training Field, her mother 'Mrs. Lucile ,I, i
Dam on Tuesday while enroute FOR COr>TV COMMISSIONER -
with 350, OO acres or over half of county's'acreage. DISTRICT FOl'R: /
Indian home from two weeks vacaUon'lnWashington To friends and voters of :
OkaIoosaCoutywas create'd.in i 1715.; Once territory my '
I D.. C. Bradford County: I i. p .
; many Indian burial l mounds'and other fres of Charles I hereby announce for re-election

I .: early. .I Indian occupation: : have, been' found here. :The. Lucile Mrs.Davis ,...visiting Hardy and relatives Mrs. to sloners the Board from District'of County Four.Commlsr"Havr .
Okaloosa! fronvthe Choctaw language board tot several -
.. very name comes hi Palatka'on Wednesday and log served' on your
years It has given me the experience
for timber : 'the
:i cutting
;r. : eaj'b1acFter."Except Thursday. and I feel that 1 am'qua1i-
scenic beauty remains untouched_ .in the county's interior! I The' Presbyterian Sunday nified for the Job.Iy you vote fqr anO '
rwHH the tourist trade.found only! on the coastal: acJiiL I support me I will strlve'wthOUi.tirlng E'enith the many new features on the Smith-Corona Electric
School.group enjoyed their annual In my efforts to do a. goof -
:; and It I basket picnic at the.Billy Dowling i job. as I have tried ,to doD the fprtabletypewriter, it', amazingly compact and easy to arry, And .
In Okaloosa }
.I .progressive! County! .t throughoutFlorida past.. Thanks. I '
Kingsley Lake home on Wednesday .JESSrE R. CHASTAIN.FOR { 5Holida "
: it with its carrying case.
.: the United States Brewers Foundation 'works I ''afternoon. comes own .

constantly: to. assurethe, sale of.beer, and ale under, pleasant j CHIEF OF POLICE f 1 ,
( Bob Lappe and children and
t' .. ,' orderly conditions. Believing that strict law enforce Beverly Lappe are vacationing Vote for RIley Sweat for Chic I L .., a ... '

Ipehfierves''the' best interest of tKe ''people! 'of,,Florida l I this' week In the Smoky Mount- of I Police.feel that I am fully V jnalifiei! f '

the Foundation stresses close cooperation with >rte Armed'Forces' ains. for the Job. ,
law enforcemenf and governing officials. !iq'in, j I have lived in Starke all of m: e
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butlers and life am a Veteran of World. WaIt
: 'continuing, "serf-regulation"! program. family of Hollywood have been and have served with theStarki
Pollee Department about eight 7ear
guests of Mr. 'and Mrs.' Joe Arnold During 18 months of ,that time BRADFORD COUNTY
I The past week. served' as AssistantChief.. -
I believe. la enforcing the law.
Mrs. Maisie Helms and children
fairly and impartiairy. and will t
spent the week d with relativesin the best of my ability. if'elected.
V I .1I'm appreciate 701lY ito an
S :ej.x.s.mmi4ft'1 V Panama
City. } '
t rapport. !
fu- Linda Kay Sale is visiting Mary Your- friend: ". -- ? ,.!

.,! .! !! fti'P' ,IL ,L i tr ocik in,Jacksonville,''this 'weet _, M, :r. I
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NOTICE fAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA dren and Mrs. Richard Covey and home on Steinhatchee last Sat

TENTATIVE BUDGET I children of Jacksonville visited urday. ,

Report of Estimated Revenues, Receipts, and Expenditures MAXYILLEBy\ with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- A group of ladies enjoyed a'
botham Sunday. party at the home of Mrs. Bu
of Bradford County for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1939
Mrs. Junior Goolsby and Mrs. ford Higginbotham last Tuesday

General Fund Ray Goolsby of Baldwin visited I J night.

Estimated Receipt: New Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family Buford Higginbotham and Clifton .

Last Year This Year Mrs. Doss ,Higgmboth&ia and Monday. Little Alene Sweat ac-', Carter and Hoyt Starling of

Taxes 8.00 Mflis en Afsfrsfd': Valuation: daughter, Shirley, returned home ccrapanied them to Strickland's'Clay Hill enjoyed a fishing trip

of J6.473.680.00 Pepsi last Tuesday from Baltimore, Md. landing for a s\vim. Mrs. Ray i at Kmgdey Lake last Tuesday

\heie they had been voting Mr. Goolsby is the former Judy Spence, night.
Railroad and Telegraph
Licenses $ 600.00 $ 600.00
Bob Robinson.
and Mrs. :f Baldwin, recent bride.
Racing Monies 39,000.00 30,800.00 Cola Little Rex Wilkinson celebratedhis I
Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daugher Miss BlanchardTo
Insurance Agents Licenses 500.00 500.00 birthday last week with a
? / Bonnie, attended a house- f
State Matching Funds (Ho p'tan 4000.00 5,779.00 party. '.varming party at the home of Mr.: Retire Soon

Taxes, 7.40 Mills on Assessed Valuationof I Swirl __ ,t The pecple of Maxville are in- md Mrs. Clifton Carter Friday), From Lawtey P.O.
_.Itkb vited to attend Church Services at I
$7,035,350.00: 51789.44 52,772.58 tught on Clay Hill for Mrs. Gene
Clay Hill Church next
Candidates Filing Fees 200.00 Bottle L \,.' Sunday night at 7:30: when the :uzzorts of Gainesville. j I Miss Enza Blanchard, clerk of

J. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin-i the Lawtey postoffice for 16 years
Occupational License 800.00 Masters [ Singers] .
1,100.00Beverages Family Gospel
=: I Waters will retire July 31.
!botham and Mrs. James j
Licenses 100.00 500.00 121P will be present.Mr. .
Excess Fees ComesTo a' and Mrs: George Johnsonand of Lawtey visited at Dctor's Inlet 1 I She will be succeeded by Mrs.

3,000.00 5,000.00 family of Jacksonville spent Monday night with Mrs. Hes- Ethel Warren who has substituted

Rents 240.00 240.00 ,. ; Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss sie Adams. I in the postoffice in recent years.

Qther: Revenue Receipts 700.00 750.00 ;r.r f Higginbotham and family.Mr. Little Wilbur Waters of Lawteyis I I Immediate plans of Miss

Mosquito Control State Board of 'i' I and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonand spending the week with his I I Blanchard, upon retirement, include -

Health (State 1)) 2 ,OOO.OO 4,800.00 Starke 411:; family of Jacksonville visited grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bu- .a vacation trip to Virginia

Mosquito Control State Board of Y. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson last ford Higginbotham.Merle I with her sister, Miss Arthurine
i ,
.Health /(State 11)) 2,400.00 Saturday. Higginbctham is now : Blanchard of Jacksonville.

: of Starke Area Miss Virginia Cannon returned itaying with her sister, Mrs. Lyle I
Cty Mosquito Control 5190.00
home from a several days visit in Schmehls and children in Jacksonville ,! w. c. T. V.i .
Fines from County Free Library 60.00 I
Palatka with Miss Gnann Thompson. and is employed at the
of Starke Donations 4': &1 "BE WISE DON'T ALCOHOL-
City to Library 720.00 : tr I Jones Restaurant. i

Transfer from: Road and Bridge 12,057.70 Rev. John Cercy and family of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Brown and I I I IZE "
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Middleburg conducted Prayer family moved back to their old

Total Estimated Receipts 130,029.44 123,269.28 Mayor W. T. Jackson [left was tary's new president. A. L. Cros- lic-Green-Fielden Inc., Miami, Meeting at the the Clay Hill Baptist ---

Less 5 Per Cent 6,501.47 6,163.46 presented a carton of the new by, Jr., [right] presided at the who showed a film describing the : Church Wednesday night,
meeting. development of the new type bot July 23.Vacation.

swirl-bottle Pepsi-Colas and a Also attending this meetingwere tle. Bible School will be- _
85 per Cent of Estimated Receipts 123527.97 117,105.82 at the Rotary .
stainless steel The swirl bottle, adopted by gin at Clay Hill Baptist Church
W. E. Grooms sales
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,700.00 3,500.00 Club meeting last week. Makingthe manager Pepsi-Cola after exhaustive tests en August 1 if any of you .children -I I -, -
of the Jacksonville ccmpany, and I
presentation is John W. Hole- of almost a hundred designs, was wish to attend. :

Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 125227.97 120605.82 man president of the Pepsi-Cola I III W. Arthur Fielden, vice presidentof I introduced in the Starke aria this Mrs. Jennie Stubbs of Jackson- : '

(Millage Levied Last Tear'8.00, Estimated This Year 7.40)) Bottling Co. of Jacksonville. Ro- the advertising firm of Bishop- week.sOUfiSOiLftCUBSTREKCTHs. ville is spending two weeks with ,-'
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Chance. I _
,General Fund 34: *4.. )
EnterprisesGets and treasurer. Friends of Doss Higginbothamare
Estimated Expense Bigham was appointed general I glad to learn that he was able I '

Last Year This Year New PresidentIn manager of the organization. to come home from Ed Fraser ; !

Salaries and Expenses, County Cora. 6500.00 6,500.00 ReorganizationHarry Recently the first of the com j Hospital in Macclenny last Friday :

Salary of Clerk to Board of County Com. 6,400.00 6,400.00 pany's Florida Poultry Rancheswas and hopes to continue to improve -

Supervisor of Registration 900.00 900.00 Edwards of Gainesvillewas occupied by Mr. and Mrs. and be able to be out again

Attorney to Board 25.00 25.00 elected president of Bigham r Howard Corl of Mt. Dora. soon.
Inc. of Brooker, in a Little Phil Denmark of Jacksonville -
Enterprises ,
Administrative Fees of Clerk"} Circuit Court 1,000.00 1,000.00 Soil Conservation I
recent re-organization meeting of CARD OF THANKSThe is spending this week with
Office of Tax: Assessor, 7977.50 8,250.00 I I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and
the. stockholders according to W. family:: of Mrs. Effie Beden- NEWSBy I

Office of Tax.Collector 7977.50 8,250.00 E.' Bigham Jr. baugh would like to express our I family.:

.Coroners Inquest and Fees 350:) .00 350.00 Other officers elected were sincere thanks to cur relatives Bill Haas Judy Harris is spending this

Maintenance and Repairs of Courthouseand Amos Howard of Lake Butler, and friends for every kindness Soil Conservation Service week with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

Annex 3,000.00 2.000.00Sala.ry who was made vice president, and shown to her and us during her Denmark and family: in Jackson- -- ,

W. W. McChesney of Gaines- sickness and death.-J. W. Beden- With the increase of fish' pond ville.
of Janitor 3.021.00Courthouse Dr.
2,915.00 Sell It Rent ft T rade'ltWITH
ville who was elected secretary baugh. construction here in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham -
and Annex. Utilities and Fuel County the Board of Supervisorsof and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par-

- Expenses: 3,000.00 3,500.00 Total Appropriations 105,264.25 105,619.70 the Bradford Soil Conservation rish and daughter. Rhonda. enjoyed -

Elections. and Registrations. 2500.00 1,200.00 Reserve for Contingencies 530.73 500.00 District woud like to bring the swimming at Strickland's % A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Legal Advertising 750.00 250.00 following information to your at Landing Saturday.Mrs. .

tention. D. J. Parrish and son,
Advertising Delinquent Tans 300.00 300.00 Total Budget 105,794.98 106,119.70 '

County,Free Library .. '" 1,500 2780.00 Fine and Forfeiture Fund I' Keep a life preservor handy at David and Mrs. Dan Parrish went :e WORDS! OR LF.SC.! One Innertloa (Minimum Charge) __ .,s

". every pond. fishing near Fiftone Monday EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2d ---'_ --_____ 4e Per War
Supplies Expenses and Insurance, '." Estimate of Receipts: afternoon and caught eleven fish. 20.% UISCOIAT 0\ REPRVr INSERTIONS SAME AD

(Commissioners only) 7,500.00 2,500.00 Last Year This Year This is the suggestion of Foster Misses Jo Ann and Patty Par- He: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE.
Shi Smith, chairman of the boardof
Supplies and Expenses, County Offices 5,500.00 Taxes 0.50 Mills on Assessed Valuation of 6473680.00 rish and Miss Patsy Smith went

Salaries of Juvenile Judge and Counsellor 1,300.00 1,300.00 Racing Monies 8,620.00 34200.00 supervisors of the BradfordSoil swimming at Strickland's Landing CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ________ 'l-5 Per Inch First lairrtlaa
Conservation District, as one 11.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
Youth Counselling Service and Expenses. 735.00 735.00. Confiscated Equipment 1,500.00 means of preventing the increasing Sunday. .
of Baptismal Services were held CARDS OF THANK (Up T. 50 Wards) ----__ __ t>.M
Salaries Circuit Court J Judges and Taxes 2.50 Mills on $7,035,350.00 3236.87 17,590.83 I number of drownings ton Sunday afternoon at ,3 p. 'm. at OVER 50 WORDS __________________ 4 Cent Per Were
and Secretaries 1.2S8.03 1,288.08 Fines and Forfeitures 70000.00 46000.00 farms.
Black, Creek for the.Maxville Bap- _..
Salary of State Attorney 234.24 234.24 Drowning is now in third.placeas
tist Church .
at which time,.Jeanette -
Salary of Court t Reporter, ,210.72 210.72 Total Estimated, Receipts .\ '' 81,856.87 99,290.83 the farms cause in of fatal' accidents Smith and Evelyn Harris Frances, FOR SALE-For balance due on Fun SALE fenta process treated
and 500.00 500.00 5' "'4092.84 4964.54 on Florida Mr. Bell and Elizabeth Whiteheadwere bank contracts some TV sets like fence posts. 4 miles North on :3U1,
Mptenance.! Repairs!..County Jail,,. ... Less Per Cent : ( .
: pointed out,, in commenting on I new. Westinghouse ana ;nierson. Green &: Bakken Post Co. tfcn*
Law Adimkistrative Supplies and.Expenses 1.000.00 500.00 Farm Safety.An baptized. Dahmers Gift Shoppe. trchg
Tubercular 94,326.29 Peggy and Gary Lucas have returned WE HAVE a new loan program for
for 4,000.00 77,764.03 '
Hospital Indigents 4,000.00Insanity 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts
excellent safety measure.for
from atwo week's visit FOR RENT:: -Furnished first floor farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 years
lnqulrles' 300.00 450.00 Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,000.00 farm ponds is to keep "ring" life apartments. Close in desirable lo- for the entire credit require
with their uncle and aunt, Mr. cation. All conveniences. W. H. ments of the farmer and his (am
Welfare Department Appropriations 4,500.00 preserver, with a long rope attached and Mrs. Morris Bell, and their Nollman. 228 'W. Madson St.: tfchg ily. Gainesville Production Credit'

Relief Allowances 2,000.00 6,500.00 Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 78764.03 94,326.29 hanging on a post in plain :Grandmother Fraser in Jackson- FOR RENT-Three bedroom apartment Association Gainesville, Fla.CO iJortn Main tfcbgRADIOS

Hospital Service, for Indigents 8000.00 12079.00 view at the water's edge, Smith Large living room, dining
said. This fairly heavy type pf life ville.Mrs. room and kitchen. Gas heat. Telephone REPAIREDAll
County Service ,Officer 2200.00 2,200.00 (Millage Levied Last Year 0.5. Estimated This Year 2.50)) be thrown to Ruby Durrance Mrs. Os- installed. Call 99-\\', 49 W. Make. AU lUatl
Control preserver can a per car Wilkinson, Mrs. Dora Byrd,, Jefferson St. tfchg teaaoaable charge puututIIEPHERD'S
Mosquito County 8312.50 4,020.00Mosquito Fine and Forfeiture Fund
son in distress at' some distance RADIO A: TV
Control City I 22,562.50 10380.00 Estimated Expenses! : from shore; For a large pond, sev- and E. C. Padgett -were business TWO SALES LADfES WANTED lauian Green, Owner
visitors in Jacksonville last Fri Must be experienced. Good pay. Ap- 228 W. Call St. Phase 23*
County Agent's Salary and Expenses 4,200.00 4,200.00 Last Year This Year eral of ,these may' be. needed a- ply Nick'B Fruit Stand. 2tp 7-31: Starke, Fla.
Home Demonstration Agent's Salary Salary, County Prosecuting Attorney 300.00 300.00 round the pond. Drownings causedby day.Mrs.. O. J. Rafuse and children FOR RENT! bedroom completely i FOR SALE-14 in x II: ft steel

and Expenses 2,750.00 2,750.00 Fees and Costs, Clerk Circuit Court 1,500.00 750.00 boating accidents could be visited in Jacksonville Sunday furnished infant child.house.Inquire Adults 73J N. or Thompson with- culvert pipe S1.25 ft. ALSO Build
virtually eliminated by making it Ing lots for sale la S.uth Gate
Demonstration and Illustration Material 200.00 200.00 Fees and Costa, County Judge 9333.00 10200.00 with her sister-in-law Mrs. Pau- St. itp Subdivision. Low down payment.
rule to allow to
a never anyone go
4-H, Club Camp (Girls) and State Constable 500.00 2,50000. line Yates. REAL ESTATE Low monthly payments BILLY
out in a boat unless he is wearinga Mutt JACKSON, Phone 165. c/o Central
Harris has arrived safelyin
Short Course I 200.00 200.00 Conviction Fees, County Prosecuting jacket-type or similar life pre Lots OB Went aide of Klnicsley Lake Truck Lines. tfcbff
Germany where he will spend -
4-H Club Camp, (Boys) and State "f Attorney 1,200.00 1,500.00 rar Hlekle Branch. Bcsl fluking,
server. the next 16 months with the U. boating. ""101011.11:'. Map prlem ONE BEDROOM furnUhed apartments .
Short Course T! r: 200.00 200.00 Witness Fees Jury Fees 1,000.00 500.00 Children, of course, should not S. Army. ferula at our olllfe.Three for rent. Phone 165, W. T.

Forest Farmer 'T 1852.52 2343.65 Other Court Costs and Fees 1,000.00 1,200.00 be permitted around ponds unless Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka bed room masonry boone inPluraltra. Jackson. tfchg

Fire Control f 3,990.00 3,990.00 Inquest Physicians Fees *. 200.00 200.00 they are under the watchful eye and Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastings $10110.00 down payment: GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations -
plu 1938: tax**, balance $47.42
of an adult. Even then it is well with double envelopes 100
*" visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan
Recreation (Payable Under Sec. 418) 700.00 4,200.00 'rru%\j month. for $21.95. Bradford Cour'y Telegraph -
for them to always wear a life
Publicity and Public Improvement .T 1,200.00 4,300.00 Sheriffs ,Budget: ... ;r-'fr"'" It's important for and sons Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Beaatiful hone In Saratoga Height' tf
Outstanding preserver. very Minnie Miller and Mrs. 3 bed room, hardwood floor, tile SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for
Indebtedness 1,000.00 -r.2 Last Year This Year them to learn to swim throughthe Ola Hooks and daughter, Cathy, bath screen porch, ear port Blunt Sale. Guy Andrews, Phone 33 or
Courthouse and Ex nsel1,000.00 500.00 -'-: 7,500.00Salaries 4-H be _ld. See on for pa Him Urn. Thin 379-W.; .
Capital Salary of Sheriff 7,500.00 Red Cross or at FFA and of Miami were overnight guestsof In a home anyone will be proud too tfchff

of Deputies and Assistants 22014.00 22014.00 Camps, he added. Mr. and :Mrs. C. B. Nolan and "a. Announcing the opening 'if Used

Total Appropriation I 124,630.56 120006.69 23154.05 Drowning is only one of the SORS last Sunday enroute to the Building Supplies.! Used lumber of
Expenses, Other Than Salaries 15,958.32 Beautiful eoantrr home completely all types, windows, doors, plumbing
Reserve for Contingencies f 597.41 599.13 Investigations 550.00 550.00 many kinds of fatal farm accidents Blue Ridge Mountains.Mrs. furnished for Teat ta adults oalr..No used tin roofing. Used Cypreso
It accounted for 12.5 Innldr peta. benches, ideal for outdoor use
;, per Ella Carter and Mrs. Mutt any .
Equipment (Such as Cars Radios, Etc.) 12,183.71Total 2350.00 $1.00 per ft., 8 to 12 ft long. Phone
cent of 'juch accidents in Florida Harris and Bernice Carter of Clay For t..e and other bargain. InRent 165 W. T. Jackson Transfer. c/o
Total Budget X25.227.97 120605.82 Outstanding Indebtedness 16,764.16 Estate aceFLORIDA Central Truck Lines tfcbg
latest available figures show. Ma- Hill visited the C. B. Nolan fam-
Road and Bridge Matottnaore Fund chinery was first causing 21.6 percent REALTY
I ilv Sunday afternoon.Mrs. CO. FOR SALE-Exercycle, practicallynew.
Estimate of Reeelpts. : Appropropriations 73,239.03 89,482.21 and burns were second, causing Lvle Schmehls and chil- OF STARKE New price'400. bale price
I I $%50. Terms. Call Keystone Heights
Last Tear This Year Reserve for Contingencies 952-Sheriff 5015.60 4,431.95 13.1 percent of the fatal accidents 116 N. Walnut St. Tel 383 2i6:: !. 4tchg 8-7
on farms in the state. were second, causing 13.1 percentof
Taxes 6.00 Mills Assessed. Valuationof Reserve for Contingencies 951-County 509.40 412.13 Starke, Florida
FOR SALE-17% eu. ft home freez
figures show. Machinery was first, the fatal accidents on farms *
8473680.00 er. Excellent condition., ione.
-. causing il.* percent, and barns in the state. NOTICE 338-J .Cti 7"Z*
Gasoline Tax 42,000X0 f 48,000.00 Total Budget 78764.03 94,326.29Tax debts I will made not be by responsible anyone other for than any

Taxes 6.00 Mills on Assessed Valuation myself. Robert E. Siemer. %t 7-31 WANTED-Dependable household
help 263 W. Madison St. Ztchg 7-Z4

of 7035350.00: 38.842.08 *. 42,218.10 Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 154.02 MEN, WOMEN, COUPLES WANTED-Young man who has
Hie Living; Scriptuws_ by Jack f/amm/ TO TRUN FOR POSITION .UIOTF.L
Other Revenue Receipts. 1 i t 6OO.00' 750.00 Florida Statutes 1.25 Mills on 6473680.00 ) MtCKHSTon completed military service with retail -

Racing Monies ," I f T .;... 21500.00 Assessed Valuation Less 5 Per Cent '2',689.50" Still the Good News of the Ages graduate sales. experience.Reply in own High handwriting school-
can train at home in
f T r r.* _ "'\ t-part time for profitable position.your to P. O. Box 823-S:! care, ..f
f Rradford County Telegraph. Itehg
T .It '" Husband and wife can study together -
Total Estimated Receipts' r. 102942.08 90,968.10 Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 154.02 for one tution. This trainIng FOR SALE-8. acres Pensacola tfahaha. .

Less 5 Per Cent 1 ""Y. r i 5,147.10 4548.40 Florida Statutes 1.35 Mills on $7,036,350 p. program is responsible for Afto 10 acres natural ':"leiriover.
# many folk being profitably employed ('. C. Hutcheson, Kt t, Hox
I '
Motel Managers. HoX
Assessed Valuation 9,49902Less as 167. Starke. Ztp 7-Z4
3JS-E:!: Starke Fla. Ztchg 7-21
W.Per Cent'of Estimated Receipts 97,794.98 86,419.70 5 Per Cent 474.95 WANTED-Paper hanging and

Balance to be Brought',Forward: Cash 8,000.00 19700.00' _,. MAN OR WOMAN pafntln Estimates free. Phone
To take over established route of Kevrton Heights 3681 4tchg 7
Total ', 9,024.07 customers in Starke. Weekly prof.
!! its of $50.00 or more at start pos- FOR RENT-Two large bedroom
Total, Estimated Receipts and Balances 105,794.98 106119.70 t sible. No (car or other investment unfurnished house. Modern convtj
necessary. Will help you get start- ienHeq from and back screened
This Is a true and correct copy of the budget as adopted by the ed. Write C. R. Ruble Dpt. 7-4. porches. on Hampton Lake Adults

(Mlilage Levied Last Year 6.00. Estimated This Year 6.00)) Board of County Commissioners cf Bradford County on July,.14, 1958. The J.2. R.Tenn.Watkins Company. Memphis Itp- only.ton. Fla No pets. L. A. Wynn ZtP Harap-1l

Road and., Bridge Maintenance. .Fund CHARLES A. DARBY HAROLD K. NORMAN
'- ., FOR RENT-Two bedroom house on FOR SALE.-Used Kenmore Super
Estimated Expenses' : Clerk Circuit Court ChairmanThe 4 ngpley Lake near the water. DeLuxe Range 4 months old. Like
Available July 28th. Sistrunk Feed rash. See at Walter i...
Last This Year IL new $170
above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Tentative -; and Seed So. Itrng Stanley, 1314 W. Blanding Si.

Salary of Road Foreman and Per Diem 3,900.00 4,100.00 Budget as adopted July 14. A.D. 1958 .in a Special Meeting of FOR SALE Westinghouse automatic Itchg

Salaries of'Road Maintenance Crew 34884.25 !G,""l12.00 the Board! of County Commissioners, Bradford County. "v 1I. washer. Good condition. FOR RENT-Completely furnlaftcd
Maintenance Rf'aMnaM" Phone 144-Y. lIP with TV 2 bedroom apartroept liP
County Road Bulldinjgs 500.00 250.00
HAROLD K. NORMAN V. Walnut St. Apply Atty. Mack
FOR SALE!-Mahogany dresser with tfchg
Repair Upkeep and Rental County \ Chairman I Patch
mirror: automatic Crosby washing
Road Equipment .OOO.oo 15,000.00 OFFICIAL SEAL)' CHARLES A. DARBY machine nearly new; Z galvanized FOR RENT-Very nice Z bedroom
laundry tuba, with drains: 1 tile furnished home OR Klngnley Lake.
Fuel Oil and Lubricants 6000.00 6000.00 Clerk to the 'Board of County tibl: 1 Indentrncto wardrobe trunk.V. Circulating heater garake. pier and
Other Road Supplies 4,500.00 3,500.00Thber P. Russell. Lawrence Blvd., first boathonse. Available Sept.:! 1 to
Commissioners! Bradford house past White Feather Court. June 1. Contact Carl Johns. Phone
and Other Bridge Material 5.000.00 6000.00 County. Keystone Hl'll'hf"Fla.. ItcDg: 20 or 45. tfchg

Purchase of Right-of-way Proposed Roads 1.000.00<<,> 1,000.00 The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County will FOR SALE I bedroom frame house. WANTED TO BUT Cattle. forstocking
__ almost new. large screened porchon !: ranch. Any kind. Contact
Expenses Procuring Right-of-Vfay 2000.00 1,000.00 meet on August 4, 1958 at 10:00: A.M. for the purpose of hearing requests extra large' lot. If you like J. R. Walnwright. Phone 101.:
Beautification of this is it. J. C. /StcbgZ4
of Highways 750.00 750.00 plenty room.
and complaints regarding the 1958-1959 Budgets and from day Lauramore, 334 St. CJalr St.. Starke. -
Insurance 1.750.00 2,250.00 to day thereafter If it deems It necessary. Itp POt !SALE Doberman PJnsher
pedigree pups 7 weeks o4! S&0
Payment of Outstanding Indebtedness. 1000.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL)' FOUND One black; heifer with and $35. May be seen at lOll S.W.

Purchase of New Equipment 19980.00 7,000.00Road right Bind leg broken at my place 4th ,.Ave.,. Gainesville- phone 21148.ttchg .
HAROLD K. NORMAN Seeber Moody. Route 1. tfox 212 1 7-31
Tax Due Payable ..to | .. 'ChairmanV5" Lake: Butler. Fla. "P
;: REo\T-Furnl'shed ,njwtalrs
: FOR apartment -
'Municipalities : j 7 t' : 9,000.00 10,000.00Transfer '. .- Attest: CHARLES A. DARBY FOR RENT-Furnished garage a- Corner Washington and
': Also Cull 8Stl. :*
electric kitchen. Grand SUB.
to'General Fund partment. All
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| 12,057.70 J Clerk to Board of County home on. Kingsley Lake by the -
\ : Sponsored by rjjembera of the Madison Street Baptist Church L week. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell IDS/ W. I FOR SALE-One Automatic wash.I .
,1..1. Commf, onerL Madison, phone Z1*-J. Utile I I tog macUin: Ftton Inltel1,

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I featured tiny net ruffles. Over the

I Mammoth Barbecue Closes Swim ProgramNearly HOOK 'N LINE with bodice sleeves she wore tapered a satin at the bolero wrist.

Her only ornament was a neck-
of lace formed of a single pearl
Bobby Hall Lake Geneva
200 hung from a gold chain. The illusion
weighed in his
x t catch of a' 7 lb.
veil was elbow length and
2 oz. bass at Rutledge's Fishing
fastened with band of pearls
Given Awards Camp this weekend. Also, Mr: St. a
J and crystal leaves. Her flowers
Johns caught hiS limit of bass [hedidn't F
were white tuberoses showered
t divulge where!1Rutldege's
tE from a single white orchid.
Friday Night 4.p e Fishing Camp was
r the scene, this weekend of the t Miss Lorraine Fowler of John-
The annual Summer Swimming r. IIi A launching of 15 boats by the Lake scn was maid of honor and worea

Program.came to a routing finishat ., ,', City Boat Club. The group reported k tallerina length gown of pale
Keystone Beach last Friday Jk r s wonderful boating on Lake R. green nylon net over satin. She
night when more than 500 per- Geneva. carried a nosegay of yellow rose-

sons were served at a chicken Veazy Walker and his father, .. buds.Miss

barbecue supper sponsored by the ., Lindsey Walker [Walker's Sports Susan Baker, daughter of
Rotary, Club. Committee members : ks r aa Centerl-branched out from the Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Baker,
estimate that the club would clear neighborhood fishinf,and went Miss Ann Cox Weds was flower .girl. Her dress was

around $400 on this event which after sail fish recently. They were fashioned of ruffled nylon net in
is given to help defray expensesof ; 1 I E guests aboard the boat of Mabry Floyd BakerIn pale pink: with a full skirt in ballerina -

the swim program.A % 4 [ '- t Edwards. Another father-son teamin Church Ceremony length.

total of 181 men women and ; a the party was E. P. Menzen Serving as best man was the

children, ranging In age' from 6 ;Lt a and Robert. All five brought in a Miss Ann Cox and Floyd Baker bridegroom's brother, William
to 60, received instruction during sail fish-but 'Veazy caught the :exchanged nuptial vows in'a Baker. Ushers wer*David Wile
the two-week course, which is largest-a 6 ft. 11 in. beauty! candlelight ceremony on Friday liams and Dick Logsdon, both of

sponsored by the Keystone Rotary Barnhill's Fishing Camp had evening, July 11, in the First Bap- Melrose.

Club In cooperation ,with the Governor And cottage visitors all the way from tsit Church of Keystone Heights. Nuptial music was played by
YMCA.In Congratulations I I Kentucky-the H. A. Millers from The bride, daughter of Mr. and Ralph Copeland. organist.Out .
charge of the program was I Buchanan. Also staying at the Mrs. Woodrow W. Cox of Lake of town guests includedMr.

Buster Aiken of Camp Immokalee. J. C. Gissendaner, Rotary District Ellen Switzer after the girl dived District Governor Gissendanerthird .Hardenbergh, past president: Albert Camp were Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Geneva, was given in marriage by and Mrs., Shelly\ McKinney
Instructors were: Jerry Thomas Governor congratulates Bill in shallow water striking: the bot- [ from left] was presentedwith I Nelson Past District Governor Mullis.of Gainesville. H. W. New- her father. The bridegroom is the and their daughter; Verna. of

Minnows; Bubba Long Fish; Jer- Pace 16. of Santa Fe Lake after tom and breaking her neck. Pace a silver tray when he paid ; and Al Watson president of berg and Robert Fenton of Jack- son of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy W, Gainesville, the grandmother of

ry Thomas. Flying Fish; Kim presenting the youth with a cita- brought the girl out of the water his official visit to the Keystone the Keystone Club.-[Photos by sonville used shiners to catch 13 : Baker of Keystone Heights. the bride Mrs. Charles Price of
Porter. Sharks; and Jim Mullins. tion for saving; the life of.a 12- and administered artificial respi Heights Rotary Club last Friday. bass, and E. W. Yates caught 10 The'ceremony was performedby Melrose and the grandmother of

Life Saving. Assisting with the year-old girl. Pace rescued Mary ration. Others in photo are [l-r] Watson Myron PrevattJ.O. bream and a bass on popping Rev. J. R. Smith Pastor of the bridegroom, Mrs. Kennedy of
Minnows were: King Porter Bub- --- ---------- the church. Jasper.A .

ba Long, Pat Crawford, Don District 694, was introduced to J. MURRHEE bugs.We are waiting to see who wins For her wedding the bride reception was held in the
Adams, and Mrs. Robert Fiertz. KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy the group. those big prizes offered in the chose a ballerina length gown of recreation rooms of the church

Taking the course were resi- Roy Watkins chairman of Com- EXPRESSES APPRECIATION contest at Walker's. white nylon net, the skirt fash- following the ceremony. Mrs.
dents of the Keystone area and munity Service introduced Buster ioned with rows of small ruffles George Massa served punch and
Mrs. J. Russell Young To the voters of Clay County Mrs. Baker cut the
with satin cording. The
summer visitors from Orlando Ft. Aiken who told members about the i Murrhee topped
and District Four: AnthonyAre bride's cake. Miss Martha Sue
Lauderdale Gainesville Atlanta, swimming program. Aiken said bodice was strapless and also
McLean Va.,, Charlotte N. C., 1 that over 1,000 children have been I want to thank'you all for giv- UnopposedFor Finley assisted in serving. The
Pittsburgh, Pa., Jacksonville Town Council MeetingIf i gestions for a substitute method instructed in water safety through ing me a second'term unopposedfor unopposed for the Democraticnomination bride's book was kept by Miss
interested in what of eliminating the traffic hazzardon 1\ and similar good for- Maxine Jones.
Beach and New Smyrna Beach. you are the County OfficeTwo
Rotary-sponsored program. County Commisisoner District
your Town Council is doing andif the Boulevard. tune was the fate of A. E. [Bud 1 After a wedding trip to south
E. T.' Martin served as ,masterof Chairmen of the various depart-
Four. I'will;"continue to do candidate for reelection -
interested in what hap- everything Anthony, Florida, the couple will reside in
ceremonies at the program fol- you are Chairman Ownbey and others ments outlined their plans. These candidates for Clay Coun-
in and to Keystone Heights, in my power for the best to the School Board, District Keystone Heights.
lowing the,supper when certifi- pens welcomed the expression from included Al Nelson Vocational ty office from Keystone Heightsare
cates were presented to swimmersin then your expressions and desiresare citizens saying that they have Service Gordon Adams, Club Ser- interest of Clay County and the receiving congratulations from Three.A .
the various groups by J. C. of interest to the Council, according had no previous expressions of the vice, S. E. McKay Fellowship, people at large.I friends on getting by the Tues- third county candidate from YOU'LL LOVE tie new Ester
Gissendaner of Chattahoochee, to Chairman H. L. Own- feeling of some against the proposed Herb Nelson, International Service will appreciate your vote on day deadline without opposition. Keystone Heights, M. L. [Lest brook purse-size fountain pens In

Rotary District Governor, who I bey and other Council members widening project. No actionwas Along international lines it was September 9th. County Conmissioner O. J. Beasley is seeking the Legislativeseat pastel shades Only ".n at Brad

was visiting the Keystone Club at Several visitors attended the taken, however, to changethe suggested that communication between -O.:J. Murrhee Member Murrhee a candidate for reelection held by incumbent Rep. Sam ford County Telegraph.

the time. meeting on July 15, includingCol. Council's position as favoringthe amateur radio operators Clay County: Commission. from District Four, is Saunders.

McDowell, who expressed his proposed work.E. could help to establish better International I -
interest as an observer in seeing T. Martin. Corbett Terrell, relations.
the Council business conductedand and Robert Knox made'a request CANDY'S GULF STATIONWE

.also expressed his feelings on i in connection with the Little GIVE GREEN STAMPS

I certain issues, includng the pro- League Baseball Team which will.. Junior Woman's Club Meeting
posed widening of Lawrence be considered by:.the Council. .1 Young women between the ages -

Boulevard. Col. McDowall said A called meeting of the Council of 18 and 35 are cordially invited k, FREEZERREFRIGERATOR-
I- EVERYTHING YOU that this town was chosen by him was held''On;,July"22* to prepare I I to join the Keystone Heights -

NEED.,,;; :.-. for residence because of its beau- the Annual Budget and approve Junior Woman's Club. Meetings[
LIVE BAIT BOATS ty and because it 'does not con- the Tax Rolls are every second ,and fourth '

form in appearance to every other Equalization Board To MeetIn Thursday evenings at 8 p. m. at < y.u

COTTAGES small town with the exception of connection with the latter the Woman's Club House.

RUTLEDGE'S the few New England villages. He please note that at a meeting on The President, Mrs. Thomas

,1 Mi. South of, Keystone made a plea for the preservationof I August 12 at 7:30: p. m. in theCity Garnar announces the appoint-
the trees and at the request of Hall the Equalization Board ment of additional Chairmen, Mrs.
On Route 100
the Chairman made some sug- will review any tax adjustmentson Charles McGlave as projects COMBINATION.
new tax rolls. This is the only chairman, and Mrs. Gene Williamsas I
opportunity to make adjustmentson telephone chairman,

Non-Drinkers Only! the tax assessment of your Baker Family Reunion ( j With Automatic Defrosting _

-property. The Annual Baker Family Re- I : ..
union will be held on Sunday, ., _
Substantial Savings '(Up To 35 Per Cent) WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS July 27, at Keystone Beach. A II 12 CUBIC FEET I '.

GratitudeExpressed business meeting will be followedby
FOR NON-DRINKING DRIVERSON Mrs. Sara McDonald reported a picnic lunch. It is expectedthat
THEIR CAR INSURANCEFor that she had collected 99 and about 100 members will as- ;* NO *T 88
nine-tenths of the total real and semble fot the annual event.
Details Write, Call or See personal taxes. Delinquent taxes Announcement Of Bazaar' f TRADE "V
have been posted and the Town '
At the meeting of the Executive ** *
holds certificates on the unpaid ,NEEDED
WALRATH INSURANCE properties. Mrs. McDonald was Board of the Woman's Club on \i
Tuesday July 15, a date was a-
given a vote of thanks for her excellent -
2731 Keystone Heights Fla. greed upon for the Annual Club
work.Franchise Bazaar and Dinner. Announce- Two Complete Systems Don't Be Misled. All 2-Door Re-
For Water WorksA
ment is being made in advanceso frigerators Are Not The Same. You Must Have Two Separate
letter from G. E, Wiggins accepting that other activities may note Refrigerating Systems One For Refrigerator One For
LAKE FRONT SPECIALS the Franchise offered pre- the date. November 15, in order
viously by the Council was received not to have a conflict of eventson Freezer. t

White. Sand Lake- A Good Investment and it was ordered that the that date. The committees are
: Franchise be put into effect. already making plans for the
Goldhead Park News ..
LOTS AT $1250 Bazaar and dinner. '
The largest crowd for week I -, """ ;
any '
These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and turned out last week-7,010! More Karnotes The Seth Kennedys have" enjoyed -- .- ;:-- .- FULL SIZE' HOTPOINT

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" people are finding out what they a recent visit from Mrs. Ken- .
have been missing! Overnight .
nedy's sister, Mrs. E. J. Richardsof
camping groups included Boy Newton, Kansas. While Mrs.
REALTOR Scout Troop 93 from Jacksonville, here she
S.. E. M9KAY.. Richards was visiting
Girl Scout ,Troop 1 from Starke, and the Kennedys made several M
Girl Scout Troop from Penney' including visit in Ocala to
trips, a
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 Farms, and a group from the the Kennedys' daughter and fam- '._- ,-
= :?;
I sonville.Church of the Nazarene, Jack- ily.Ernest ,.......... ..,.. -- '..- __._._.-...yo"- -.IE .
t R. Eason who has many .v"--: a \ {
/ ,,_ I t
The Alderman' Family Reunionwas friends in Keystone Heights Is :' ;.... .;: 4 l I : A A
.t .' : J, S S ,
held in the Park on Sunday I \
Down time here with his r I "
Nailing spending some 11 / "t: '
r Other day groups were from the parents at the home of his aunt ',..' 1 '1j-.". '. .tiP.-. '.,. H. r'_:.,. ) .- .. ... 'TlI I
Riverside, Baptist Church. Jack- f jJ .;-:. 1s4 ,,<. j jib
Miss Connie Knight. He is cur- :?; ,
sonville, and the Shannon Ave. rently employed at the Clay Ele- tt...' d: :.;I. !')' 'J :
t '
Your Future Baptist Church from Jacksonville ctric Cooperative. Ernest was recently l',.;" ,: ;-,.' .: """".. "II!,' ... .' .- ... 't l88o I

.- .. from the Middleburg Church and awarded the H. Dale Scho- .'/ i' J f .'.. <; t r, .
__ and Mrs." Clubof .
350 from the "Mr. in Savannah. The scholar- f. f fi.
larship ; '
Jacksonville. ship is for Georgia 'Tech, where. i." ''. .,,. '" ''' L & )" *
Enjoying the camping area were Ernest expects to enroll in the ----- Building the foundation '_ 1,029 people, and there were 983 .

J cottage guests. Fall.Miss '
May Kennedy of States-
for financial Bob
The Park Superintendent,
boro, Ga. is visiting her brother I WITH EXCHANGE
Baylor says that much interesthas
is and sister-in-law, the S. E. Ken
security as easy, been centered around the

nail 1 J.,# boat-launching ramp,,and plansare nedys. All-Porcelain Large Super Gray Porcelain Cal-
as driving a The Misses Florrie and Roberta
facilities Automatic Thermostat -
underway: provide rod Oven Leveling Legs -

which have been asked for by Brown are visiting their cousins, .. ... ..,.., ... .... .. L '. '
",,;xi- 1fj".... .
visitors. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay. -.. .. ,,2f\,._, __; ... ,'f.' -
Just I ear mark a certain sum each week for "saving" We welcome ,Park Ranger Alva Mr.and Mrs. John Karges were

deposit in your saving account and sit back and Cook. transferred to Goldhead recent visitors in St. Petersburg

watch your dollars grow! from the Hillsboro River State where they enjoyed being with

Park. Tampa: Mr. Cook began his friends from Kansas City.

BANKING HOURS Mom: thru Thurs. duties at the' Park on 'Thursdayas Miss Marilyn Rifshton has beena

& i 9:00 A.M. 2:00: P.M.. Maintenance Supervisor. With recent Keystone Heights visitor, REDFEARN' SHONE
Mr. Cook are his wife and nine spending the weekend with her
f 71 l DRIVE-IN WINDOW Won thru Thurs. year old daughter Karen. Visitingthe family Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rush-
9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. Cooks is his mother Mrs. M.
of Tallahassee ton and her brother Eulie. Mari-
FRIDAYS 9:00: A.M. 6:00 P.M. L. Cook
% CANDY'S GULF STATIONWE' lyn is ,reservation clerk .with the ,
\ CLOSED ALL DAY GIVE GREEN STAMPS Delta Air Lines !in their Atlanta P 9391 __ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, F LA. \

BANKA Rotary Club Holds AssemblyLast office.CANDY'S.
Thursday evening a '
Assembly was held at the home of WHERE IS ASSURED
Friendly c Bank in a Friendly Community. the President., Al Watson, wherean GIVE GREEN STAMPS T : .- _, SERVICE
Keystone Heights, Fla. outdoor cookout was enjoyed.J. Mr and Mrs. Frances P. Egan ,- I'

Member F.DJ.C. C. Gissendaner. the District [Continued on next Page ,, .
Governor, Rotary International. 4i,


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;. Strictly For The Birds t's-.1':: Ur- .
:' .l I HIGHLIGHTS tfAgj2fjiBAPJU Clay County Commissioner O.

J. Murrhee of Keystone. Heights
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4 FQ announced yesterday, that 9 Clay
Would you like a guided tour'1'New Guinea Cassowaries and Emus ,fiAMES
( from One! County prison, of about ten
Continued Page ;.gang ;
of worldwide bird kingdom in' race with giant, strides overnand 4 .. men started! wor1'Monday widen
30 minutes- a tour that would i i lots where earlier settlers have returned from an interestingtrip The game with Green Cove
1 ing the opening in the old dam
ordinarily take to a score of kept less exotic but -edible
you more through Southwest Florida. Springs on Wednesday July 16 across the canal etween Magnolia -
foreign lands at a cost of thOU- hogs cattle and chickens.
ought the first defeat to ,the and-Brooklyn Lakes. He said
sands of dollars? The farm house itself is a relic
fP the opening would be cut to a
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF Keystone Heights Little League
.. This seeming v impossible feat of another era. and the Rothham- .
width of 20 feet
can be accomplished in just 3Q1!mers have been' too busy'1th' L KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Base Ball Team 6-3 in favor of permitting an
; a a ,e r Rev J. Russell Young Minister., increased flow ,of water from
minutes by the clock and at nqj| their' birds to make an effort at ; Green Cove.
Magnolia: to Brooklyn when t the
< Dr: James D. Pait Organist,
expense-unless you care to make|I'rpodernizeition. ZZ"presenta' oughhewn .. sP; ,, ,-s Choir Director. A victory of 12-3 over Flora- channel is cleared through the
a voluntary contribution "to help'feed text tor'tO the and
visitor 1
", J Services: Church School 9 a. home was the result of Monday'sgame Blanding reservation.The .
the birds. !in it the'Rothham'me'rs'live
t; con- .
'. For this guided tour of the bird t\entedly''wlthou f benefit of,:* electricitY. n t _ST._ WILLIAMS'CATHOLIC' played at Keystone. The of the canal work will on the be done Blanding by a larger end

world you have only to drive ones' ; telephone 'modern'plumb- Keystone pitcher was -Corbett
mile from 'Melrose ; ei' conveniences'sometimes .. .. .... .>T Avn CHURCH: rim: -: Terrell crew from the State Prison,
b out on then; ing and'mariy/'of? / ? the'btt}, Thirteen-year-old Carol Rothhammer feeds-- grapes: ''ft and the catcher was Bobby and expected to begin in the

Gainesville highway, turn left at\; '' con Idered rlnt fo>m pTpfi--. Father LariauaA. Parish Priest. Morgan For Florahome it was near future.
at sign saying simply "BIRDS,", necessary to"1 ezlstenceuto this to her pet Macaw,' Jiggs, on her father's populous ,
I .J"ake'-: -,, ,':.. .;* /d go another half mile, on a graded at Dit bird farm near Melrose I Catholic,1 Club, ,Supper: each Johnson that it is now possible to traversethe

: road-and there you"are.. I ""Bu\lU'the; house lacks fills' it At left: Owner Grant Rothhammer with second uWednesday.FIRST ,," catching. .1 entire lake by boat, whereas
e When you step from your car is more'thsan i Compensated'for'byrfot'of poses Wednesday's game was at
WiTnei at one. time the water level
ff was
at Grant Rothhammer's bird color ta the cages. and pensiurjroundl one of his giant Emus. This bird, about 'two yean u t < BAPTIST CHURCH Hawthorne and the score will be I low
so that various sections of
: farm, don't be surprised to hear ig. the aged"homestead. old I "to/HI ,icy, ",, ,-, reported next, week,
r was hatched from an egg at the Melrose bird r KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS;).FLA the lake were separated from each

a raucous voice sing out. "Hello. Tnere'thevislt6ri'wul find" s chraret1es'I"u' farm. i Ifc Miir ,,. ,I.,. ._._'-. _i___. : August 1st 'an ,All Star game is other by sand bars. Heavy rains 1
o..z. rare / 'R. 'Smith; ? RalphCopeland
: Bill! Somebody out front! Hello] Redheaded Lady d pastor tentatively, scheduled, ,Watch the over the 4th of July weekend
Bill! Somebody out front! Gouldlan ltnh-8"tiny; cage-'I Minister ,of Music and, bulletin\ Board
800 birds 'of 80 different specie! ,and ,come t out to brought Brooklyn up about six
: That would be Bill the talking bird that surrounded tor'the trtrds the ing with red' Siskins from South church i organist..
probably packs more support, the
on this amazing farm, presidedover love.'. ,1. '' Little..,Leaguers-they inches, and the lake seems to be
His black feathers can't color than America: and their singing quality :Services;} Sunday School 9:45a. :
crow. coal per square inch any 'by,,Grant are,'doing a fine job.. holding its own at present.
: match the dazzling plumage'' of other member 'of the feathered 61-year-old bird Rothhammer a Among the birds, Mr. Roth- seems to be unproved by,the new m.'Morning Worship U a. ,m, .

some of his more exotic bird- kingdom. There are six different turned hobbyist who' hammer proudest of his ':Cassowaries blood strain. Training ,Union,'0:45: p. m.: Evening ;

mates; but Bill is the official colors in their plumage, each color professional. -giant black or' brown\ 'The big:birds are sold or tradedto ,services',,7:30: .p.:: m KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS FOR SALE
farm distinct and well Matching his surroundings in birds""with huge ''feet that*':"''can tons' nd tourist-attraction bird "I \
greeter of the Rothhammer defined as if Acreage Homes
.. and his strident welcome ushers painted on with an artist's brush. ruggedness, Mr. Rothhammer is a I propel'th m hi a rim faster than farms,'whiles'the; parakeets .1 t canaries ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL Lake Front Property
burly man with a shock of snow ;" ; ""
the visito' into one of the most There are the fascinating white CassowarieSi'lm' ort- inches;!''and parrots are \CHURCH.. !: MRS. ANA S.
hair and bright JAMES
blue eyes rd from
New tJuin ..
in this of Bleeding Heart from a'attaek'lwiththeir soM'-to'various' North Florida cnm '
fascinating spots part Doves the cus
: Florida. Philippine Islands, each with its under bushy' brows. He operated- feet and can deliver a stag tomers who have heard about the > The Rev. Aian'att, Minister. I 4 Doors S. ft?W). A-r Res. Ph. 2501 Off. 2861
a store in Service
grocery Tulsa. Oklahoma Sunday : 9:00: a. m.
No fancy place is the Roth- white breast splotched with i a gering blow that way. For this unique Melrose show place
before"selling out'and Parish Night Supper First
coming :
: hammer, farm, but Its weather tuft of bright red feathers, looking to reason their owner always carriesa through advertising or word\ of
Florida seek relief from stout when Thursdays 6:30: p. m.
a beaten austerity is an effective for all the world as if blood stick goes into mouth.In .
crippling arthritis. Seeing him their BARNHILL FISHING CAMP
cage to feed them.
background for the dazzling 'in were pouring from an open wound. wrestling with addition to the birds theRothriammers
a'"belligerent Emuor
: mates of this The Rheas, too are apt to be LIVE BAITS
birdland paradise. There are Sulphur CrestedCockatoos BOATS MOTORS
Rhea' bird, the visitor soon realizes belligerent have'a spider monkey -
A brilliant blue and gold Macaw from Australia, snow that his especially when one 'KEYSTONE'J'E'WELERS i Cottages' Outboard Gas and Oil

: occupies a perch against! gaunt t white except for a bright yellow was accomplished.quest; for' health h sitting. on eggs to. hatch" them,I ground hogs guinea pigs, a I ,fI' 1! OPEN 5 A.M.
and out. Mr; Rothhammer admits to baby cottontail, and yes even"Stinky"
backdrop of towering 75-year-old top-knot on each head
Having ten children Mr. Roth. having been several times Expert*Watch Repairing .t{( Santa Fe Lake, Hiway 21, Five MilesSouth
::1 orange trees, killed dead as the seldom seen Gray. Parrot of hammer sought hone a de-odorized skunk.
.. doornail by last winter's' prolonged Africa: the most elOQuent'of, the would be a that' :I when taken by surprise by a Rhea I Also available for children- to Quality Line Jewelry, Keystone Heights _
near the University' of '
bird but "when 'the"geU The jump .
freezes. talkative '
parrot .family. cuddle, while their parents visit Walter M. Muhlhofer-
Florida, where his .
sons could continue 1- .
on the bird he
in his
Huge Rhea birds Ostriches, Altogether there: are more than their'education the big birds are baby ducklingsand
under the place with a bit of birdland jui KEYSTONE 'DEPARTMENT STOJtE'llen's
-- -- Gt bill. He found the old,-abandoned Jitsu. Seizing the Rhea its chicks,' including,some, infant
: QJR HARD AR f: &: SUPPLY farm near Melrose and lengthy neck, he gives a quick, peacocks-being raised by;a.Japanes'e \ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes'
bought it for silky bantam hen. I
$550. That was 14
twist that .
.sends the bird
.: Melrose, F IL years ago. sprawling{ ,on his back. That big never Of the ten Rothhammer children LEE'S DRIVE-IN t SPORTS WEAR. A SPECIALTY

GARDEN TOOLS FISHING TACKLE Since raising birds had always fails to do It; and the abashed three girls; "Margie,1; Joyce, Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
been a"
hobby with Mr.
Rhea figuratively cries "Uncle", and Carol are'stif'at'home, With -
:. GENERAL, LINE OF HARDWAREPAUL'S he decided"* to see if he could and calls It quits. their parents, they divider up.the THEATREKeystone -
a make'living" at it, and thus bean I _
.. Most successful commercial bird-farm chores so that no one I! -
.. ? his collection. venture to date for Mr. Rothham is overburdened. Each'one has a Heights, Fla. J

How' is he' making out? "Well, mer has been the breeding of'red" certain"group of birds to feed and I i BIRDS! BIRDS!f BIRDS!
the birds pay for their feed a "
; Melrose canaries-or, to be more care for daily; ; l r v, 'I, }'t { ', ,
SUNDRIES T least, their owner declares, '''butthey'don't exact, blight orange colored ones.. 'There is no admission charge Fri., Sat. July 25, 26 JI. /f TT, :. '

leave much.. for the. rest Bird fanciers so far have not succeeded af"the> M
Rothhammer but
of and BIRDS'IN
us. ,
= Let Us Haride. | ; Your FreKription.ryice. in breeding bright red!I visitors who take the tour and do '
But the Rothhammers don't canary but Mr. Rothhammer cat not purchase birds are invited Johrr Land. ; ri rothYJ'MalOO8Sun. THE LARGE :ZOO BIRDS

: FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES make many demands of life. Theyown show'for his,efforts some beautiful -' contribute'' a bit toward the ex-

.'' their place "lock, stock, and orange tinted warblers. They'are l 'perlse.of the 800 "board-, .. Mon July 27, 28 Peacocks
barrel."' have their health, feathered Guans, Curasow, Cranes, Swans, Ducks, and
and the of
product a cross breed- "
ers. KING CREOLE Geese in the Smaller Zoo Birds

Insurance Is Our Only Business VYYVYYYYyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyMELRQSE cuperating at his summer homeon luncheon guests of' Mr,'sod Mrs: \1itf 1 ; Elvi. Presley HW M 0. c H' W n WB B'

Lake Geneva. E. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sweet and son Baptism for .four ,people ,
was Tues. 29
,-July ONLYRockABye
WE, WRITE ALL FORMS of Jacksonville are spending their held Sunday, afternoon..The Lord Birds.: Canaries, Finches, Parakeets, Cockatiel, and

OF INSURANCE .Jy.. Joyce and Mare BothbanuBer vacation here: at 'their.'home' on continues to-,bkss us, ; Baby Many Other Kinds of Cage Birds

v ,- 1.* .* Lake,Geneva "- i Mrs. Evelyn and Miss Melanie, ''''."'''With' der.rytLeniss

REYNOLDSINSURANCE "tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA l Recent' 'guests of the Walter Bradley had as luncheon guests FOR SALE OR TRADE and to at Our Bud
-!"J''J.* ," Display
Forsythes were her Mother
s I Miss Carolyn Ayers spent most Mrs. Tuesday, Misses Dorothy Wombland Wed., Thur. -.July 30, 31
of last week in the Bradford County Minnie Lee Willis; and her brother Jane Smith. Farm. Also Pigeons, Doves, and Many Others.

J AGENCYPHONES hospital. She had t blood poisoning and 'sister-in-law, Mr.:and Mrs. THE'COLOSSUS ,

as a result of Henry. Willis of Miami. "" Yrly.....".. ,.,. Y't YY',
an insect bite .
-C. W. t OF NEW YORKJohn Grant Rothhammer
on the knee. Her condition was CUzzort electrician with Bird Farm

Office 2442 Home 2701 critical until Friday when she Eastern Air Lines, Miami, visited NORTH SIDE Bamgrey, Mali Powers f, ,0 .
his .
Keystone Heights, Fla. began to feel better recently.Mr.mother. Mrs. Gertrude Lint, Melrose, Fla. '

Friends of Mrs! F. E. Wilson By lira. Can Brown
__ .. '
t and Mrs. Ray Forsytfee .
will be happy to learn that she s ,
has been home for celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary AAAAAAAAAAA\AAAAAAAAAAAA 'j.. r _,.. ___ ,__ ___ ,_ .. _. ,-
more than a
WELL week and is on July 18. They were < B_ ,
feeling much better. Gerald
Suggs '
DRILLlNC-Pumps-Service fffled
: married in 1906 at Clairsville his regular _
She has spent Quite some time in Ohio. After retirement ten years, service Sunday and everyoDe "i : 'r _... .:.. _

TERMS. AVAILABLE the; Naval Air Station hospital'at" ago[ he was formerly passenger enjoyed the message very lif toW '' '
or country.'a
Jacksonville where she underwentan conductor on the B&O they moved much. .
operation., Her sister Mrs. : We had wonderful blessiing at 1 r
to Florida. All four a
Prompt 43ryice! ,Free Estimates ,f I Agnes Weeks of Ft. Walton Beach- living children live nearby of their with 'the associational Sunday ,School

: came down to be with her after their families. The children meeting last.,Thursday night, at
i she came home. Later her brother Hickory Grove; Northside tied the ..
Charles Walter Elmer, and'a ...... -
RALPH E. MATHEWS and his wife,,Mr. and Mrs. Orvil n... _
daughterMrs.. V. A. Carlson. banner again with seven teachers t It < 1***": _'''' I

t /i. ,*5 i'i E f Weeks of PL Walton and their They have eight grandchilden. present. Attending were Rev.-and

,PQ.( Box,528 Melpse I { Fla. I nine-month-old son joined them. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly of Mrs. Gerald Suggs, Mrs. Eva I I* YOUR-BUD. GET. !
He is soon to be stationed at Or Jacksonville Whitiker Allie, Whitiker 'Mi. '-
I spent Sunday with ,
.P ONE Gn 5 5101 I lando. Saturday morning they Mrs: Easterly's mother and Mrs. Carl Brown Mr. and ,
I Mrs. !!) ,
welcomed'two'more .
brothers Ray 'Blanche Cunningham. Mrs: Harold Alvarez and sons =- "'.
and Denvil Weeks also of Ft. I I ..... ."
Mrs. P. B. JohnsMr.; and Mrs. t
..... "l"t..tMf..j" 1l1 1 M- / '
1 Lumber' Hardware Paint Beach. YTYTYTTYYTTYYTTYYYYYYYYlKINGSLEY 5.; Cl: Harley: Mr. Carlton and ""p.tr-- ,,!,:. ,, ,..... :. ,_' < ,.J.'
q'l -
BUILMNdSUPPLIES Recent newcomers to Melroseare Mrs. G."L. Sapp The meeting wii1 I ,)0.00-...,."'' 'I '"".,
Cement Concrete Blocks Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- be' held next month at'' Cedar! "-'II' ,. '. '.

hammer and their children, Eddie LAKE Creek. Plan tQ'go. I am sure you. ,4..'..

Precast U Lintels Peggy Teena, Linda and Clyde. ( will enjoy it. -'

All LengthsLighting They are formerly of Gainesville. BY Ala .Moore4AAJAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAA Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Suggs and You could look the vide world over .-

Glynn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ehfldren' were dinner 'guests of and never find a cheaper, more

Fixtures Grant Rothhammer, also of Mel- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter. i
t' set capable farm hand than faithful
rose1. The YWA held a beautiful "' Mi;' and"Mrs. Phillip Sullivan your .

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frisch and .vice Wednesday night, pointingout of Jacksonville spent Sunday;with, electric servant Reddy Kilowatt! -

,"ROY JV. TYRE. daughters, Connie.'Linda, and Pat the way 19 have a happy fMrsj; J: 'W. Gasktas. 1
and of 'home. The color-scheme, of white 'With tireless speed std energy, -
a friend. Genie Dolan.aD Mr! arid Mrs. Azure Johns and

BROOKLYN f-SMPPLY HOUSE Miami, left Friday after a ten.day and i green 'was used to decorate fanuiy'tof Jacksonville,1;' 'Mr.ithd Beady works around the clock .

rr i visit pjth.theCE.: Spires 'the"clrurch: Afthe close of *tha '' Harold Alvarez and sam I

Phone 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. Mr and Mrs. Walter Float and l service Rev.'H.''H. Mott presenteda were Sunday dinner guests of'Mr:' can perform more Than 300 jobs on
> ,
I children took a trip to St. Petersburg Bible to our new matron, Mrs.. and Mrs. A. B. Johns: I' the modern farm. pny'a'"wired r

I where they picked up her Kathy Boree in whose honor the ,'Mrs1.: Jessie- Scott and children I "
parents and brought them back i service was held. spent test fweelr in Femandma I hand can provide such high ( i '

G-E APPLIANCES -- RADIO & T.V. for a visit at their home on Lake : Our adult Sunday School class with her mother; )Mrs. COra-Jones',.I productivity, af'sq little cost!
Santa Fe. had as visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Mnr 'I,
P./B.tJohna! -"is1 enjoying 'twweek .
Sales ted
rhee of Tampa and! Mr. Lord ;
Miss Joyce Rothhammer celebrated s; v ea-'ticft"at1f( A; W.. Brown I
PLUMBING AND her nineteenth birthday at Jacksonville. Mr.and Mrs.. Mur' I .
ELECTRICAL, CONTRACTINGJacuzzi Jest returned to1 work Monday
rhee time member
were one
her home Sunday. ::01
after two weeks fishhg'and'vtsit,
!Home, Water,,Systems. Mrs. E. W. Steinert left last this church. ,. fog wfth fri nds'and ''relatives: I .
i School of Music started
WELL; ;DRILLING -, 2,TO 4. IN. week for New York to see Robinson relatives Monday night, with 25 enrolled fine II',Sorry fo feporf Mrs*Pats+ Sappis
Mrs. Maude
Her sister
rn Bradford County Hospital &
:We have Miss Dorothy Womblefor'teacher '"- t

who has been staying with"her isnow'staying : ;'she*is a' fine teacher Mr. M, .L. McDaniel and Mrs, _
MANN PlumM Electric Co. with tar brother' and. Cowart w : "'. .:. :, _.. :' ':--"" :.:-" ___ ::"
so tome Out and help us singj Orene are among those -, ---
; his wife ,Mr. and Mrs. E. 1C. i 'on ouf ,
Please remember Vacation Bible prayer,list. "We wish'thema ;

Box 353:; Melrose Fla. Ph. GR 5-2563 Robinson.Weekend guests at the V. Y. !;School,Aug. 11 through 15, Everyone :' speedy( recovery. M 4.a

I welcome. Those,, of, you who, received

'. ..... .'U'. .-..... ,' .. .. Crayley residence are Mr. and I I knew that if the ladies began 11"message" from the association

:..r' -, Mrs. Glynn Harvey and son. i helping the new building would tfand nAve not read'it, do so. Thenare"some' i'i, '" P.S. Reddy stands ever-ready
Glynn Jr. of Jacksonville. Also 0 t
:soon be ready. We are almost important announee- ,
( guests of the Crawleys for the ready to move in. menfs"'and 'mteresting' !' :to'serve you indoors, too, with

Prescription ServiceAs week are Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cope- Mrs. Emily Buie and son, Land is'x plenty! of cheap, dependable!
land from Bethune S. C. is went to Jacksonville Saturiiajftight r
have t0
to visit her son-i -lawr In a Brotherhood encampment r t electric! service To lighten !
J Near You As Your Telephone Baptist
JI .' TYYYYYYYYTYYYTYY YYYYYYK& .the hospital there. We hope : r ti '
that Children's "Rome')< ,at, 3:30 p. to. r+ household chores'. provide
( ALL KEYSTONE he will soon be well and they canre&inrtd 'i Joiyzs'sntf 2 8. "
: HEIGHTS NE A us for we miss them in I ,. Q, ax more leisure for happier

l'L\ fi (Dfy)2161n) (Night) 2281 l i service Our :deepest' sympathy. the' are Antiouneeneats: !SundaY School for this' 10 t:week'"m, F .. 1< x ." .. L". Florida. living.

.by Bluche CunntaghantWilbur : attf
w }.{4rninr? 'WorshiJ!:; 11 -a: m.. Even
SODA FOUNTAIN- family and friends of Mr. H. M. .e
ins. Worship, 8 p, m..,Mid-wr'e k .
'AA&A&4&&&"&' Lang who passed away Sunday. v

'Toiletries, .Jjufidries, :- .Bejch Supplies Hall brother of May the Lord be very dos tothem" prayer' 'service Wednesday nij ghtat t' { .
: Clay in this time'6i s 8 p. m. Brotherhood meeting, ; Lit Belter.. Farm Letter. .Electrically! .
I County Sheriff J, P. Hall suffered sorrow. Friday 8 p. ''m., There tnil be :* t-t t ** .* 'h '" <

BELOTE BLawrence'Ill[ I'St O E a he!art "t attack .last weekfriends Miss Winifred Cattle is still llworktag on the EducationalBtfllfifcg.

will be glad to learn thath vacationing at the Lake. We hope .Everyone wno'can'pl ease '. >

Boulevard is" note improving. T1 she is enjoying it as much asir care ,'come, "Tn .eh8reh with' the q-"q pOWER & i.@H7 COMPANY- ,
M. May of who having her. '
Jacksonville recently friendly
welcome. Gerald Suggs .' -,-,,-, ,__.,. r * J
? ? -
I underwent surgedy is rea Rev and Mrs. H,H. Mott were- pastor = .. \o..I.II.-:.:-: ....0-...J.m-I, ., \,'< -- :KSKJ'......',- ......=ii SK : ---'--.' ,- _


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St. Mark Episcopal I TYTTYYTYTYYVYTTYYTTTYYTYYTTYTVYYTTYYYYYJYTTVTTTYTNEWS ing worship at 11 a. m.: Music by J I Wednesday last week for an !! of Palatka, nephews; Mrs.

I choir No. I, Sister Lottie) English,i ation. His son Richard May, I Hicks of Jackr.nvil'' :?,

Rev. Raymond d. MacBlata NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED i I pianist B. T. U. at the usual hour rived that morning from Harry MacDonald, Mrs. On-

Sunday Services-9:45 ajn., CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Sister Hunt in charge. Air Base Bellevue. Nebr. for I Miles Mrs. J. G. Sparkman
I Church School 11:00 ajn., MornIng from Dea- week's visit here, and he and of Plant City, and Mrs. H.
CHURCH NEWSAt ; According to a report I '
Ozora J. SheD May and their daughter Burke, Jacksonville, nieces.
f Prayer and Sermon. con Wesley; Mcsley,Jr. Sister Min- '
this w E. C. Witt of Lake aunt
Holy Communion first SUB. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi**& & &A&&AA1 i 4 *&A&&A&&&&&& neola vMosley 1 is doing fin in.the leave on Wednesday'

day,.: 11:00: ,Lm.; Third Sunday, I hospital and is expected to.return return to Bellevue, I' ; ) W. Bedenbaugh, and her
7:30 a.m. It's A Girl! it Mary Lee; Lane will becrowned from Jacksonville soon.Otheraick J. E. 'Whiteof, Gainesville Otto Witt were also here.

Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Choir 'l Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee Mor- for having raised .the highest,pgiount speak at both morning,and Willis of Palatka assisted

The TabernacleTwo Methodist Church Practice; ;7.::45 p.nt, )Litany and ris Sr. jare the proud parents of !f .money as solicitor> for]members Smith -and include Mother}\ Sister Sophia'Minnie Royal lpg services,at Hampton \ the funeral. Miss Emma

\M 1,1 Bible Study.I 9 a, baby girl born Friday July: 18,\the Uniqau; Service will be,held at I I and Sister Thomas.:We are asking, Church.::!next,Sunday J .July -chil-dren: I s of Plant City had been
r< spiritual mesages from the Sunday Church cfiool. 9:45 at home.. The beautiful "little the church on Friday night. While here for services last with Mr. and Mrs. Beden-
t to for them that they
''Word were brought to the Tabernacle I Mqiningyorshi)} 11 ,a. m. Methodist 1HOMECOMING AT stranger 'is named !onne Angel .-I, Each Wednesday we have Bible you may soon pray return to us. Evening day, he was a dinner guest of for the last month during
congregation Sunday morning Youth iFeltywEhip"DinerAr FENTAQOSTAI, HOLINESS ie Morris. Mother and daughterwere study and) discussion; at the and Mrs. Lynn Hall. illness. Also Mr. Fletcher of
service at 7 m. Prayer meeting
and evening by Rev. Sjndey Mite" with snack; supper and worship The,Pentecostal Holiness Churchof 1 reported doing .fine. Little' I Church.i Members, visitors and each Tuesday p.night. Joan Jenkins Relatives here for the City, who had been raised

:L. Rees of Jacksonville. From the .-andbusiness meeting to follow Starke will have a Homecoming, Yvcnnei will enroll in RJE in'196 friends are;always welcome. Come reporter. of Mrs. Effie Hicks i Emma Hicks, visited here.

,Bcok of Jonah Mr. Rees (oiled 6:30: p. in. Union Service will Sunday August 3. Friends ,and.I which will bring-the total enroll- cut and get acquainted with the Calvary Baptist Church on Wednesday last week and neighbors of J. W.

attention to "Four Prepared be held in the Presbyterian members are invited to bring a ment of this family to seven. greatest "two edged sword" in Calvary Baptist Church, Rev her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. H. who has been cus-
:"Things", which were made and Church with Rev. Donald F. Ko- Congratulations to this lucky the world today, "The Bible" one of Jacksonville; Mr and
basket lunch for dinner on the George Lee paster will hold re- of Hampton Elementary
used by God to bring the prophets kcmoor:, bringing the message, 8 couple. that will help you fight and win W. Hicks and daughter, G.
I, grounds and special singing in the ''gular I service starting with Sun-
Jonah to a state 'of isubmission; p. in.:: Off To Coacoochee! the battles of life. Sis. W. Strong flicks of Jacksonville Mr. for many years, extend

to God's will. t iOn '' Wednesday Prayer Meetingand afternoon.. f < The following ,boy scouts left Allen Chapel:A. M. E. Church Dommon day School in charge at ,!O ,a.morning m. Deacon mes- Mrs. Woodrow Hicks of i sympathy and condolences

Sunday July 27..,the Taber- I .Bible J Study ,in Fellowship -HOMECOMING AT on Monday morning for camp: _:Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church.'s,sage by pastor.' Pastor Lee has Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hicks and death of his wife.
nacle will be* Charles Covington John Givens Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will I
pulpit occupied by Hall.- 7:30: p. m., RAIFORD BAPTIST ;just returned from a Bible Ins -
Rev. Clarence Dibble* of Penney I Thursday Choir practice of Milton EUerson, Richard Neal, .hold hold regular services on Sunday -
The First Baptist Church of r istUute at Lakeland. All members
Farms. Weekly services continue Robert Emerson, Clifford Hudson, starting. .with Sunday ,School s
the Chancel Choir, 8 a. "
p. ; Raiford will hold a homecoming Antioch are'invited to ccme
as usual. r B.,T. Marshall.:, Neal Marshall at 10 a. m. We regret that Supt. tef' 60 Places
A nursery is provided for, the Sunday August 3. All former Jessie Dean. Sidney Frazier Ru- Irene Thomas is on the sick list. also and worship with the Safely
; J small children during Morning. pastors friends and members are We ask to' I pastor and give him a big "wel. .
dolph Powell. Sylvester Covington, you pray that she will .
Worship. invited. Basket;lunch will be.. served come home".
Dn r0 t Gt Station 'WRGR carries the ton the ,grounds at the noon /Richard. Chandler. socn recover. Carnation Club Outing: With Traveler's
\\\ The boys will be chaperoned by Morning worship at 11 a. m. Cheques
_60 ,, Morning Worship Service of our i hour..The present pastor is C. B. Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall.. Sr. sermon by the pastor. This is I The Carnation Social Saving
church beginning at :Stallings. j Club will sponsor a benefit beach
: Sunday trustee .
They were transported to the day all officers and mem- I
11 I t outing to Little Talbot Island on ,
a. m. camp by Adjutant Brooks and bers are asked to do their full
A cordial invitation'is extendedto I UNION SERVICESAT Harry Young treasurer of the duty in'' meeting the church obli- Saturday August 2. Bus will leave II
RJE at 8 a. m. All persons wish-
all to take in the services
part I American Legion Post 314. The gations.At .
ing to attend are asked to be pre-
1 and activities of our church. Union Services will be held troop is sponsored by this group. 4 p. m. Missionary meetingwill ,
sent and time. Members are
A Sunday evening at the First Pres- Several churches in Bradford be held at the home of Sister on I
expected to go and all their guests.
1 Presbyterian ChurchFri. byterian Church with Rev. Don- County and Starke made very fine Annie Randolph on 'North and
For a day of fun long to be remembered -
ald F. Kokomoor of the Metho- contributions to these boys in the Pine Sts. A. C. E. League will be 1.
take this trip to the
.- Adult.choir practice, 8 p. dist Church bringing the message. interest of their trip to camp. conducted by President, Fannie I
McNeil -
m. Choirs from the First Christian ScoutmasteriMarsliall;( and all the Bell Morris.,at ,the. usual time; beach. Mrs. Corean president r.r
{ I R. B. Cohen, reporter.
.i I Sun. Church School for all Church, and the Methodist! committeemen. are deeply grate- evening, service at,6 p..m. Baseball Double Header .
Church will ful for your donations. Other, boys Mae,Lois Morris and others are -
ages, : a. m., Morning Worship present special music The Junior, League Baseball
rr are expected to to camp during hi a "Miss Allen'Chapel Contest",
Services-"Finding God", 11 a. m., go
i along with the Presbyterian choir. teams of, Gainesville Ocala and
4.r the seXnd'week which .will which will close sometime before
Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m.. Starke will play double headeron
( ; 't Evening Worship Union Service NORTH SIDE begin July 28.. Charles Covington.. the first Sunday in August and Saturday on the baseball diamond -

will be held at this church with BAPTIST CHURCH reporter. before the Sunday' School Con at RJE. The winner of the 1Because

Rev. D. F. Kokomoor'preaching Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn I: Ruth Court Vacation vention. Help .these young ladiesgo first will play the team thatis
Madison StreetS the sermon. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training I Most Ancient Matron Sophia to the S.,Convention which leading in victories so far in

Thurs. Junior choir practice, Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Royal is declaring vacation, for I will be, held in Lake City.Mcn's the Fourth Division. Plenty of'refreshments there's more travelling

q a 3 p. m. ___ 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting] Ruth Court No., 18 of the. Heroinesof Day will be the 4th Sun- will be on hand so in summer, more people use Travelers'
Jericho,until Wednesday: Sept. day in August leaders and men
Baptist Church Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Everyone out and have jolly good Cheques during this
I come a, season than
Church welcome.-Rev. Gerald Suggs, pas, 3, at 4 p. m. At the last,meetingall are working hard to make this,ef at
First Christian tor. officers w re're-elected for fort successful financially .,and Ume. The game will,be called at any other time of year. This is the ideal

.! (Presently Sleeting Washington 11 another term Sister Lillie Mae spiritually. ,A very good program 3 p. m. Scoutmaster' B. T, Mar-- way to carry vacation funds. Get
Morning worship, a.m. shall is coach and would like to your
i and Grand Streets) Rev. J. E.: Sherwood, pastor HEILBRONN: MI&/O: a
Sunday School, 10 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH Helen Williams and Bertha Lee I I Homer:Williams is general chairman you leave.
sr ; mitteemen to go to Camp Coa
Youth Churcn 7 p.m. Sunday Schoo'. iu a. 'm. Morn Dell are still.pn the, mending list. I rA ,
Sunday School 9:45 AMi coochee to pick up five of the
i Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening All parents,of Juveniles are askedto Beach Trip to Little Talbot players. He will take the boys 3.

Morning Worship 11 AM 7:30: p.m. Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training contact your_ Ancient Matron Island is being sponsored on Sat- back after the Attention all
Adult Choir practice, 6:49: pjn. Union (Sundays), 6:30: p. m. Mid and pay the endowment for this urday July 26, buses will leave the I committeemen.game.lovers of scouts, FLORIDA E5 nk
Training Union-6:45 PM Wednesday. week Prayer Meeting Wednesday quarter that already past due. church at 8 a. m. Parents and
Ladies Council 1st and 3rd 7:30 pan. We' are not holding the children! children are invited. A small I and baseball, answer this S. O.:S.HAMPTON One of 28 Banks to'ETS at Starkethe

Evening Worship 8 PM Tuesday nights.Everybody '. repsonsible. we look to you, .the transportation fee will be asked. '.YY.YYYYTY. .. T.T.T n Florida National I
welcome to each CHURCH OF GOD parents. May 'we thank you for Refreshments will be on sale. The Group
Prayer Meet. Wed., 8 PM service. Sunday School,10 a. m. Morn-i clearing this matter at once. Sis bus will stop at Lawtey for per- '

Ing Worship, 11 a.: m. Sunday ter Flossie Lee Mitchell. Secretary. sons who wish to join this group. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE Adult Education Vacation :Please be at the R. R. station by

$ere Wednesday, 7:45: p. m The Adult Education and Veter- 9 a. m. Sister N. L. Pullum one of By Un. D. E. Inn

FIRST BAPTIST (Church Starke Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m an Classes will have a vacation our faithul members is on vaca-
-- LAWTCT ,commencing July 31 and will end tion.. We hope she will soon re- nTTTT T.TTTT..TTTTTTTYVBS "Elm
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Tuesday September-2. All persons turn. Brother Bass and Sister Record Attendance tAt are buy-nowjsmngs

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Worship 11 a, m. YPE Servo wishing to enroll for the first time Helen Williams are still on the Hampton Baptist Church W

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town ice Saturday 7:30'p. m. are invited to meet at ,RJE on sick list but improving. We are Vacation Bible School at Hamp- H.r- miss!
Tuesday after Labor Day for registration asking all members and friends to ton Baptist Church continued to can'iafford to
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 HAMPTONCHRISTIAN All former students and visit our sick. This is your first set a new record attendance zou

CHURCH veterans will be expected on that duty as a Christian and Mission through Monday of this week, .. ..
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Christian Endeavor Friday 7.20 date also.Church ary. Sis. E. J. Givens reporter. with an average of 145 for

p. m., Bible Study Wednesday, News Mount Moriah Methodist Church the first six days. Highest day so
Union 6:30 P.M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training
-, 7:30, p..m-Sunday Morning Worship First Born Temple Mount : Moriah Methodist far was last Friday with 155 pre-

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A ,11 a. m. Evening Worship, First Born Temple. Elder F. Church Rev. H, J. Blunt pastor sent, which is the highest day yet ,.
7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m. Howard pastor. As reporter I have will hold. regular services all day for any VBS held at Hampton

FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU failed to send in news for our Sunday starting with Church I Church.
KINGSLEY LAKE church, but fine services have School. Supt: Wilhelma Brooks in Climax of the eight-day school
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST been going on in the name of the charge.: Morning Worship at 11a. was the commencement programat k ,

Sunday School 9:45: aon. Morn- Lord. Pastor Howard has returned m. Evening worship at 7:30: p. the church on Wednesday even- Iyllf '

ing TCrshlp; 11 a.m. Evening to us after having had two m..In behalf of our faithful mem- ing this week followed by a picnicon

Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meettaf weeks vacation in Kentucky and ber the,late Sister Rosa Ghent we Thursday, with parents invitedto w.
The perfect tribute to 1 each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone ,Indiana. ,He reported a very ,enjoyable wish toj thank the many friends attend. (| ,

\a cherished memory welcome.-Rev. H. H. YoU, triP.Sunday who were so kind to send mes- Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Silvey, mis-

pastor. is pastorial day and sages, flowers and other condol- sionary appointees to Ethopia, "' '
services will begin with Sunday ences during the hours of sorrow. who are working with flan}el- j
/* Every funeral) that we conduct *
CHURCH OF CHRIST School at 10 a. m. Supt in charge.At Special,thanks. our pastor. Rev. graph and music for VBS presented -
is a source of sustaining + C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister 3 p. m, Elder Smith and his Blount for that consoling sermon special music for regular ;

solace and spiritual inspiration 1 Sunday Sunday School. 10 congregation from Gainesville will may God bless him. The family. services at the church on Sunday. 1"TFohInauIy

to<< the family. a. m., morning service 11 a. m., render service for us in behalf ,of Nelson Ghent, husband, Bro. Dan I Mr. Silvey who has been a school

f evening service, 6:30 p. m. the Sunday School Convention iel Thomas, father, Mr. and Mrs. teacher and pastor spoke at worship ,

Hundreds of details are managed and economically Wednesday Bible study, 7:30 which will convene in Jacksonville Leroy'bomas: and Mr. and Mrs. services Sunday evening; ; TIRE I

attended to that only a trained and careful p. m. from August 6 'to 10 at' "the First Willie Mitchell.* Guest speaker at prayer meet- .

organization can perform when the urgent need Born'Temple there. ,Samuel We were glad to have had a ing services, on Wednesday even
for serving is at hand.DeWITT PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Strong is the solicitor for this pro- visit bs one 'of 'our, members in ing last week were Mr. and &frs. .

CHURCH gram. please,help him in the in- the service, Maxie Rogers, Airman Orman Knight of Chicago missionary IVINriQ
C. JONES Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning terest of the,Sunday School! Con- who ,is the son ,of Supt. W. appointees to the Philippine -
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange vention. Brooks. He had'just returned from Islands with the Conservative iVEi!

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE listic services 7:30 p. m. ,On the Fifth Sunday Little extended duty overseas in the far Baptist Foreign Mission Society.

I PHONE 7 Wednesday Prayer Meeting east, He left the city last Sunday They were overnight guests of Mr.

\!e furnish the highest type service at lowest priceS, and acceptANT 7:30: p. m. BROOKER ,.BAPTIST 'CHURCH where ha will resume duty at Fort and Mrs. Lester Slade at Hampton

life_Insurance policy in force issued by ANY company as r. Sunday, School;: lun. m.; mornIng Worth,Texas. Lake.
payment in part or In full on funeral services. Consultation, Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCH worship, ,11'a.. m.; training The pastor and church officials Additional workers in Vacation
carries no obligation. ,Sunday School 8:45 a. m.; Morn- union 7 p. m.; evening worship? made afull reportat: the District Bible School not listed last week
fag -Worship 11 a. m. Training 8 p. m., Conference which was held in St. are Mrs. Yarghn, beginners' teacher -

Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor- Wednesday-Hour of Prayer .Augustine, July 16 to 19, Rev. ; Pat Thomas, babies; and Mrs. GOODmAnLOW

ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer 8p.m.. : Roosevelt Dell, pastor. Rev. Dell Clarence Melton, handicraft.
Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. will leave Florida on or about WMU Has Study Course

HEARING PROBLEM ? Everyone welcome. NEW RIVER August 1 to'.pastor and study in Hampton Baptist WMU met

BAPTIST CHURCH Atlanta, Ga.He will attend Gam- Thursday evening, July 17, at the NEW PRICE

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School: 1. 10 a..,... Worship mon Theological Seminary We home of Mrs. D. E. Hill to begina 95

FIND OUT WHY. LATTER DAY SAINTS Hour, 11 a., m..Even! r Serv. .are most happy to have our own mission study course on "Soul- 6.70 x 15 Fits most pre. $

Services each, 'Sunday m oM -.-e. 7 p.- m. Prayer 1tattn. :.east ,Maude E..Magee with us,for, a Winning in Your Community. 1957 models of Plymouth, ....-.
Masonic Hall on E.: Call st. Sun Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. :short Yisitrtrom New York City. Mrs. M. E. Faile led the group in Ford, Chevrolet, Hudson, :::::-..
FREE BOOK day School 10 a.,' nv Sacrament She, will,return to the-"CitY" this the study course. After the busi- Nash and Studebaker. w....i iii.

TELLS ALL Service ,':30,p. m. JCveJ''O>> welcome HIGHLANDBAJJ1ST : :week'We-miss' her' faithful workin nes meeting, refreshments of ice
,. -- ** .' CHURCH the church. cream, cookies and lemonade were

-.- ;, : Oq rNc.. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. New Hope Baptist Church served to the eight women present. .Check these values on other sizes J

Are you worried'about your CATHOLIC CHURCH Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and New Hope Baptist Church Rev.L. Personals """ '

hearing or know someone St Edward's, Starke: Sunday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each W. Mosley, pastor,was the host Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burkhartand .
who is? Sonotone has printedthe Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. church for the Mt. Sinia Sunday children of Perrine are spend- fc.00x 16 Fits older mod- 5.

book everyone has been 6:30: and 8:30: ajn. Sign of the George Chism pastor. Everybody School and B. T., U. Convention. ing a week in Hampton with her els of Plymouth, Ford, $119

waiting for all the FACTS Cross, Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism welcome. Deacon A. O. Jenkins is president.A parents Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Chevrolet, Hash and

about hearing. It is yours id or not It U a'auesafe ol Class for children every Saturday very fine session was held witha and with her brother-in-law and Studebaker. '

free. Just ask for your copy 'ai hope for 9:30: a. m. HIWAY CHAPEL record, breaking enrollment. A sister. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Craw- *
i! of LIVE AGAIN. St, William'a,, Keystone ASSIAffiLT OF GOD ,total of $425.00 was raised during ford and children.Mr. 7.10x15: Fits most pre- 5

LIVE AGAIN Is easy to Here is the truth abort Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto A. O. M. Osborne, 'Pastor this meeting. All officers were re- and Mrs. Sam Garofalo of 1957 models of Dodge $1

ti read,with many illustrations.hearIng aide-read LIV1 St. William sign Sunday Mass Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- elected for another term. The next Pompano visited Friday and Sat- Buick, Nash, Olds, Me*

h It answers all your questions AGAIN and.' make,op yow 8:15: am, i Holyday Mass.' 730 hie Worship. 11 a. m.' Evangelistic Convention'will-be held at Eben- urday, i-Hampton with-Mr. and wry"Pontiac and lladannj ..

how health affects heams'g.own muLe! A am O>essiona lief ore all MaBsFAl'l'II :Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday ezer Baptist Church, 'South Mrs. George- Saxon.'. *
how whearr what happens fet the facb straW Sl1 i .. ,; weekly prayer service. .Invitation Starke Rev. E.D. Robinson pastor. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and 7.60 x: 15 Fits most recent: 5
models of Dodge Buki $162
to our hearing, how to decide BAPTIST CHURCH extended to everyone. 'The .closing sermon was Mrs. Richard May and daughter
,. *need for JSEff/0 copf-WlJI Nash Olds, }.{
.hethei'lou a hearing >' Lawtey preached '!bye Rev. ,Robinson who visited in Tampa Sunday with Mr. UCUJa

A.,, E. Massey, Pastor EVERGREENBAPTIST set, the church .ox fire with his ajDd
r Bible school, 10 a! m. CHURCH dynamic:;''delivery. A, combined Mrs. T. F. Brown and grandson A.81.dw61 Tsibalpe.; PM 1.1 as &.c r..
SONOTONEHEARING Preaching: 11 a. 'm. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching choir furnished the music under Billy We st'spent Sunday in '

Evening' Service, 7:30 p. m. : 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : the direction of O. R. Shell. The Starke with Mrs. Brown's sister I Your eW tires tall lie fce down pcryI1IlJ.lllPay j

CENTER MAGNOLIA HOTEL Bible study and Prayer Meet- a. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayez Resolution Committee thankedthe Mrs. D. W. Moore. !i the balance as low. as $135. _a go ltf,
fug 7:30 p m., Wednesday. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. pastor officers: and membersof Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and
TgES, jyLY! 29 HOURS: 10 A.M. -_ 2 P.'I. Radio program, Jl -ta. A30: a, _t New Hope heartily for the very son have moved into one of the
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-- ai. each Sunday' over, station LAWTET CHURCH OF,CHRIST fine reception 'given the Conven- Hall houses near the railroad. '

SONQTONE- WRGR, Starke. (presently meeting in City Hall) tion. We look forward to July Their home in Louise recently
lIME It sate I'HaartIIa
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., 1959 and the hospitality at Ebe-; burned and the family was un- GOODMAN'SSERVICE
VOW MITI Please send me your booklet,"LIVE AGAIN. GRAHAM worship, 11 a. in.icvenlagYoung. nezer. able to save any of their possessions ,

ATMMLCETTKSE BAPTIST CHURCH people' -BiLU -Diva -Bethel,Bapiiel Ckaccb"NeVBethffl STATIONU.
f..- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Monr-' stndyrTr Wig, ,list* -oI"' ... Baptist ChtBttt Rev. Miss Barbara Matchett Is

FACTS A4dreM .0.- .. mar Worship' 11, a. in. Training Wednesday-Bible study,. 7:50 A. Vinson. pastor will hold regular spending a week in Gainesville S. 301 South
Union 6:30 p, m Evening Wor p. m. services on Sunday starting with :with Miss Connie Sweeney. *""' STARKE, FLA. ''

mi City Itata. ship 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. 0 Radio Program Station Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. supt., Claude May entered Alachua

Co11fn ST., pastor., ___ WRGR, Monday 6SO a. m. S. W.Hankerson in charge.Morn- County Gainesville on


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