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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 31, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME EIGHTY STAEKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 31, 1958 NUMBER SIX

Another Big Weekend Of Bargains The release of $167,000 Fed- --
eral funds for the construction ofa

permanent addition to. the Na- Seen In
Scheduled By Starke ,Merchants tional ,Guard maintenance shopat Solution Transportation. Cut Over To Dial

Camp Blanding was announced .

Starke merchants are taking ends. Monday by the Department of Problem For State Farm Students

August in stride by offering :;; The cash awards party will be Defense in Washington. D. C. The

another big round of Shopportu- held this Saturday at 5 p. ni. at request had been made almost

nity bargains this weekend to ,Denmark's Furniture Store on five years ago by the Florida Solution to the problem of, vide the bus.Heretofore. Set For Saturday

combat the usual mid-summer I West Call St. and, once again, a State Armory Board, and funds cranspcrting State Farm students ; the Prison has pro-

business ,slump. I t.shower cf five $5 bills will be had previously been appropriatedby jd Starke schools seemed near so- vided a driver' for the bus, buta .

"Folks will buy if give them given out in the crowd, in addition Congress. ution this week following a conference recent ruling by'' State Prison -
you 1 to the regular $50 cash prizes. Col. Ralph B. Cooper State Wednesday between officials! "held that state funds The Starke Telephone Co. will cut to dial system at 12

genuine values, is the way one Everybody is invited to come Quartermaster, with National School Superintendents H. P. could no longer be used for this o'clock midnight Saturday, Aug. 2. ,

merchant expressed it, and his|out and jcin in the fun. as well 'Guard headquarters in St. Augustine Morgan of Bradford County and purpose.' _s The first outgoing call will be placed by H. A. Bishop

philosophy has been borne out by i as take advantage of the advertised I told The Telegraph yesterday Jhep Tomlinson of Union. The Union County officials are t A Sr. owner of the company to Dr. Robert Swink of Miami

the crowds that continue to come specials the cooperating I that the new building does Morgan met tne Union County willing for the 60-odd State Farm the physician credited with saving Mr. Bishop's life in a ser-

to Starke from over the trade area Starke merchants are featuring II not represent expansion of the jfficial in Lake Butler and stated students to 'come to Starke because 'ri' ious operation several years ago.

during the Shopportunity week- this weekend. present shop facilities, but will be ater that Thomas had indicatedhe there is'reportedly no room ,, Repie: "ea tn! .,, lui an uuuaj mitlav V.of ot*n.*
--- constructed to replace three old Union School .Board would, for this additional number'in the I .
for building,
World War II frame buildings ay the salary of a bus driver Lake Butler school l'and. to pro- TEMPORARY proximately $325,000

new housing part of the shop. and gasoline expense if Bradford vide transportation. would cause DIRECTORYThe equipment, and materials, the

These buildings are beyond repair County would provide a bus for Union' County to buy another 1k- new system will provide toll-free

and "about" to fall down," ransporting? the State Farm stud- school'bus,'it is' said.A Starke Telephone Co. is calls between the company's 1,385

w Col. Coopersaid.The 'nts to Starke during the coming delegation of parents from the distributing: a temporary directory subscribers in 'Starke. Lawtey,

present'metal building will school term. State Farm.is expected to appear e. to its patrons with num- I Kingsley Lake, and the State
y be retained the Quartermastersaid Mcrgan said he felt sure the Monday before:, both the Union :: bers that will be effective after I Farm. There will be no charge

with the new construction Bradford Board would endorse County and Bradford County 4 itrrw is the cut over to dial system at I for calls between these points,
planned as a T-shaped wing extending his arrangement at its meeting boards in' order to "nail down" midnight Saturday II the number called being dialed
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} 4 r ,from the metal building ;next Monday, since. it would be some agreement that will assure -.y y R H. A. Bishop Jr. stated that direct by the person placing the
:' : 7' JR cn the lake side. The pew build- ioing no more than it has been I their children being transportedto the temporary directory was

ing construction will likely and be of''will cement! block doing: in 'the'pastthat is. pro- Starke this fall. issued due to the possibilityof I call.H.. A, Bishop Jr. predicted that
provide '
a large number of errors in the new system will be flooded

/'r space around, Col.7,500 Cooper square said.feet of floor 13 New Homes Supreme Court I connection with the change to with calls placed by pel'5ons'ho-

: > dial. He said it was general will sit up Saturday night for the
The Armory Board expects to practice for companies to is- to
eagerly awaited' opportunity
P ;1 'A-," start some time next' month, on Now Under Gives Mrs 'Fail ue a temporary directory at dial on a local phone He said
WayIn
design of the new facility, and
the time of cut-over, to be replaced that undoubtedly there would be"bugs"
will be in position to let the con- ,
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directory
by permanent
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Father Dougherty a in the system to start
x ) tract around Jan. J, Col. Cooper after the trial period. with, and expressed hope that' 'tha
at said. The contract will be let New Trial OrderThe
: on Saratoga __ I The temporary directory does public would be patient until
competitive bids. New Priest
not carry yellow [classified] these can be straightened out:

s t'i::'tt...J Construction work on 13 new I Florida Supreme Court has pages, or any advertising: Bishop said that many out- !-,
At St. ,Edwards These will in the I
I perm
appear
:%) Union Wets homes in directed'the'District town guests are expected to be
';. < rf Saratoga,Heights began Court of Appeals anent directory which will be present at the cut-over, including

\:";i4 4 "t'J Monday by Wm. C. Demetree, toissue a new trial order;. Covers Big AreaThe i issued as soon as practicable, owners and managers of telephone
'r Jacksonville builder. The new units for Mrs. Jewel Faulk of Jacksonville Bishop said.
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:""' -- ,1. Will companies In other localities as,
Appeal will make a total of 70 houses in ', who was convicted, with her Rev. Father Cornelius well as at least one official of'the

I Prize Quarter Horse And OwnerA. the attractive development just mother,.,Mrs. Effie Carter, in Circuit Dougherty, B.A., S.T.L., new Priest Florida Railroad -& Public Utilities -

MurphreeK.O. off. Stated 100 in the west- ,Court:here, of aggravated assault at St.: Edward's Catholic Church City And Thomas Commission. .

F. [Fred) McDavid, 'Brooker; stallion some months ago and hasa ern part of Starke. on:Mrs.,Iris Starling: Motive in Starke, has completed his first The Starke Telephone Co:'now

cattleman, holds his ten-year-old string,of,, five registered quarter Eight of .the'new units will be for their action, as brought out at month as' Pastor of this parish has a, total of 21.' employees,' includng'the
horse stal- horse mares and 'eight' that are which includes all of Bradford, Both At Fault -switchboard operators -
thoroughbred quarter The ,dry forces have been de- two-bath. houses, .and the ,FHA the ,trial Was Mrs.. Carter' be- .
lion; Sunny Cook not registered. clared victors in the hotly contested Baker Union and half of' Clay presently employ. Six of
sales price will range from ill,- lief |that the victim was "
In 1957' the, stallion won the A retired dairyman, who recently Jan:. 21 local option election in baying Counties,,'f&UieiJ>ougberty...wUh V these will.-be Detained to handle

title of -best.butting.horse" of.the sold his property in South Union'County, $yt Jt,win be sometime i5Qto), >$13.525, Five#'of the new ,an.-atfal.with"her"husband. -, residence ..at ,!4t Temple. Avenue,,, Attorney Says long distance toll,calls until BeUTelephon'e
contest' aC'Goliad"Texas.; Raised Florida and acquired'considerable yet before the sale of whiskey bouses win have garages, and'' the 'The SupjrejnejJ ourt': previously received his appointment on tJune, Co. cuts' ,oV;r;;>. dial

on' the King Ranch Sunny Cook acreage. and constructed a fine comes to'a holt in, Bradford', rest will nave* .car ports.. An I refused Jo, review ,a District Courtof 14,.from His Grace<<: Archbishop Jos- > at the local 'exchange in Septem

was also the. sire of the horse new homo on Santa Fe River near neighbor on the weak, electric range 'and refrigerator. Appeals decision affirming' eph P.., Hurley, Catholic Bishop ot Charges of failure to have vehicle her. '
in the show Brooker; Mr. McDavid plans to the Diocese of St. Augustine. under control and causing an '
all-around
named best In a decree signed in Gainesville included in the sale price. conviction'of Mrs. Carter, and sheiccently'paid Mr. Bishop Jr. said that there
at 'Goliad.Mr. raise quarter horses along with Thursday July 24: Circuit 'It is expected that all of the her fine 'ot U, OO. During the Marian Year of 1954: : accident' were dismissed' againStLeo should be a big improvement. into

McDavid purchased the his beef, cattle project. Judge John ,A. H. Murphree set houses will be- completed. _in__.about Mrs._ Faulk, whose sentence was the year dedicated to the Mother Julian Thomas Court Jr. of Gainesville no d is' tonne' .cortri/........." !.Wo".in.e to ,a d._.
aslfle the original returns, giVIngthe two and a half months. of God, Father Dougherty servedas in Mayor's Monday.'
Tavern RaidedAt Free ConsultationOn wets a one-vote victory mar- -----1 $750 or'six/months, was granteda assistant,to tr.s Director of the 1 The action was taken on recommendation -I ditional circuits placed in use.

LakeThe gin, and declared the official result new trial on the ground that Shrine; of Our Lady of La Lechein of City Attorney Arch Whereas the company now has it-
Kingsley Vet AffairsTo : of the election to fie 565: to k k .. she was'denied her right to opening St. 'Augustine. He was ordained Thomas Jr. who said In his opinion circuits to Jacksonville and four
.. ,and closing jury, arguments both Thomas anti the city :were
Blue and White Tavern in Be AvailableA. 559: in favor of the drys. : to the Holy Priesthood thereby to Gainesville-after 'the cut over
during the trial. la, guilty of contributory negligence.
ArchWsTiop Hurley on May
the former -"Boom Town" area of The judge's decision was basedon to dial, there will be 19 circuits
which the
Kingsley,Lake was raided Sundayby L. Crosby Jr., County. Ser- a recount of the ballots m i Mrs. Carter had called a witnessto 1955 in an outdoor ordination cere- The accident out of
testify in her behalf, while Mrs. at the Mission of Nombre charges :stemmed occurred on the I i in use between Starke and Jacksonville
Union Precinct Two Rai- mony
state beverage agents and Clay vice Officer, announces that a County (
of 11 when 'Thomas, !i three from Kingsley Lake
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but night July
Faulk testified personally, de Dios. For three years previousto
ford), where it was found that I I
County deputies State Ser-
of the
representative called no other witnesses. his coming to Starke, he servedas who was driving at a speed m to Jacksonville; andthree fromLawtey ',
that votes were discarded be-
some dry
Sheriff.John P. Hall ,said vice Officer, Florida Departmentof I :, Assistant Pastor of St. Joseph's excess of the limit for the ,area, to Jacksonville.
dice, cards, and several half-empty I cause of a technicality.. Judge Circuit.Judge Geo. L. Patten who
Veterans Affairs, will be In his ruled that these votes Church in Lakeland, His new ran into the mosquito fogging.ma Bishop also predicted a spurtin
whiskey bottles were confiscatedat Murphree tried the case here, took the view
office from 2:30 to 4:30 on R duties find him Catholic ChapTamto chin growth of the' company follow
the tavern,which is leased and : : pjn. were valid thus swinging the that since the two women were
election to the drys. a the prisoners bt the Florida There were no witnesses other ing the cut'over, which he said,
6.
Wednesday Aug.
Lula Williams. ,
cperated by
represented: by'; the same lawyer, State Prison at Raiford. He is than the three city employees tri had been'exPerienced in all other
lor dealers
Attorneys liquor
- -- and the witness called by Mrs. also in charge' of St. William's the city truck and Thomas. While communities changing to diaL
-.-- :. ... Seaborn Rucker and Lyman Green
have served notice that they will Carter also ibenefitted! her daughter Chapel in Keystone Heights. there is 'a blinker on the front, of I, He said that the company now has
her native ofPhiaaelphia the fogging machine the lights on. application from 100 patrons, and'
appeal the decree, throwing the Mrs. Faulk thereby lost I Father Dougherty is. a
case into the Supreme Court IT right, to open and close. The appellate -I and a graduate of St.Joseph's the rear are not visible through!predicted that the number of new
f School the 'sprayed out, to an adequate -
r Jesuit High there. fog phcne Installations would reach
this is done, tHe> sale of whiskey ,court upheld the trial
t His training for the Priesthood distance, and no car was 300 by the first of the year.
w31 continue in Union County untie -
this but the Supreme -
judge on point .
to warn vehicles ap-
the final decision is renderedby began at ''St.., Charles Borromeo following
Court reversed the ruling. Preparatory Seminary at Over- proaching from tHe rear tOn
the Supreme Court. Bids Received
Mrs. Carter and her daughterwere brook in Philadelphia. He.studied The fogging machine was' completely -

convicted of taking Mrs. Philosophy; and Theology at St. demolished, as was Thom- I
Fk Drive-In Owner Starling ,to a secluded spot near Mary's University! Seminary in as' car. Trial had been postponed Structures !

Hampton Lake where they cut oft Baltimore receiving his Bachelor because Thomas had been hospitalized -

a Loses MoneyIn I her hair and made other threats. [Continued-on Page 4J] until recently. Along U. S. 301


HoldupHarry I FOUNDIn I Rn "lSf'I. I Bids on property on the U. s I
'Bushel --....,... ,._ :
k 1 301, right-of-way: were opened.
E.'Tucker of Tuck's DriveIn Bradford County s Tuesday morning with items rangIng

on the south side of town is Gardening from signs and fences to
sporting a shiner, received early Will the savage deeds, the homes and restaurants going to
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famed profile, and the oncedreaded Mrs. R t
W a Friday morning when ,he was relieved name of Adolph Hitler Pays BarryCramped T the highest bidder. Many homeowners

of $221 in a hold-up. .bid .en. their own property
ever be completely wiped from I. '
Tucker said he saw no one when for space? That's no M with house movers and one sal
the minds of those who remem- .r.
he 'got out,of ,his car, but appar- excuse for not having fresh, gar- vage operator also competing for
ber his bloody attempt to rule 'iffT
: I ently was hit from behind and the World? xf ; den vegetables on your' table everyday various steins .

knocked out. He had closed up Only th'8eek, O.F.'Oorellfound I and Mrs. Ruby Barry is Just 4 C S. C. Thomas of Thomas HOUM

tis( restaurant, taken* some helpi the above photograph of the one to prove it. Movers bid on many buildings,
i home then returned 'tothe res1 the tyrannical Nazi leader white All you need is a couple. of old being'high' bidder on the Howard

1 tsnrant, where he made up his painting an old Camp Blanding hampers, a few seed, a little sol- Crews house for $1050, the Mc-

money. He had the !bank money. prisoner ot war building.' uble fertilizer.and plenty of room Garvey house for $500, ranch type

y,w, "in* his pocket and '$150 for the The 16 by 18.'foot 'structure to grow-upward, that is. u t,,fences, on the Parker propertyfor
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ext day's cash in 'strong box Mrs. Barry who. with her husband '
the E. Reddish'property
and B.
owned by E. J., Brennan, was $1 on
'n his arms. : Michael, operates a restaur-
for 125.
moved' to' Its present' locationen
tThen he awoke he still had the ant on U. S. ,301 south of Starke,
U. S. 301 south. of Starke, High bid'on the Charles Klein
,,box clutched. In his arms. Tucker in shown at right with her tomato
ten : house made by' the previous
ago was
years ,
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*"aid.. bnt his pocket had been rifl- and cucumber vines that,bid fair '
Mr Gorell found the wen.'weatherbealm' owner, at $l,001. and the rest-,
ed of $221 and one dollar. bill was. to outdo, Jack's beansta1kif,
I picture 'wedged dence of Mrs. Ollie Ellington was
sticking out of the pocket. His Mr, Barry can build trellises. higa
k4! classes_._" !' were___ unbroken__ but lav beh'nd a window while be was .tt for them frt_ run'nn__ 1 y ytG bid in by Mrs. Ellington for $522,
n nnn .
ratntinc.and brought it into the ehqu n. .,: ,.. ,.,,.-. ..."" 'r.. .. :. . < The restaurant sign on the property
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'abn'lt four feet way. Mrs.Barry heard,about "bushel if'V;, -.",. ,. '7 '" '', -::#>.:,/ ;
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Telegraph office,. / : .." .;f ; known as Elizabeth Noegel's
Both !
I the sheriff's department
basket from friendin
gardening"
Brownlee Farm'Pic' and Stare police ,were notified. tf die- picture could talk Georgia so she procured a three 1.i.. L. ;>::'. ,t-'r .....,-c." was bid in for the previous owner
1On what fascinating tale it would ., at $10 attorney H. V, Knig t.
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old baskets and nail keg, had .r'C" '
a Wi. : .
: :'et -
; Is Of The spin? .. ij Interest in concrete
Apple Eye Board Will Meet them f.lled with pine shavings 4' 1' ... w buildings
from a nearby lumber null and' '- :..' '.....'.., .. was mostly by ,,professional movers -
>> As Eaualizers New Dial Board _...... ..1..1'-.
Mt W. T. Jackson salvage
or
"Pie, the ,newest addition at mane and tail. was }in business! C '",,;.:;<;.

the J. W. Brownlee farm west cf 1- Thoroughbred studs can go' as And O.K.. Budget Placed ,At Lawtey In
Starke, steps 'off prettily for the high as $80,000, according to Dr. a tomatO plant and a few cucum- ,,;,:.';. were made.
G camera as her mother Ginger Brownlee probably .due to the The Board of County ,Commissioners i ",Lawtey's 65 telephones'were cut bers. Now 'w'is.pickinC all the ''re' All buildings still on the right-

Pie and her.owner. Dr. Brownlee, great interest in raising poniesas will" sit Monday morning over to' a new automatic ,dial cucumbers' she needs and even r'o ,0'; : ..,: of-way must be, removed within
o'clock Board of'Equalizers !: afternoon '_0. c ... ,a,, --= -
stand by. a hobby. at 10 a* a switchboard last Thursday has enough to share with friends. f w 93r't' 20 days of the bid opening date

The"frisky little, filly now four Two of the )pare ponies have to hear complaints and receive at 4:30. This also put into The :tomatoes have not ripened .. to instructions, which are so explicit said skeptically that be would put or whenthe, buildings are vacated

weeks old, stands 22 inches high foaled this month, with two more 'testimony from persons effect a complete' list of new num- yet. Cut the vines are loaded with .. that, the plant must be on an extension,, when they out-

and weighs' at 30 pounds.. expected soon. If they are all as wishing to protect valuations on bers. good siz d. green' ones. :measured and the ,solution applied grow the present support.. Recent Birth '
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Dr. Brownlee, a retired ,Starke lively and cute as Pie they should .the 1958 tax roll. IL A: "Buddy" Bishop Jr. of SuccessMrs.' ..,Barry says de- according to the height. Among the other plants unusualfor

dentist, is breeding Shetland ponies -I make Papa Red mighty proud. Be, JCt Qa Monday meeting the Starke' Telephone Co. called'' each pends on the fertilizer that the Tomatoea.are'aupposed to growto this area, grown by Mrs. Bar- Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Babb of Wit

with. stud sire Little Red although nine years old.. stands board will also formally adopt its of the subscribers and found'tlLat plant ,''I'ei:, every day"when they a height of 12 feet .and Mr. ry are tulips, which were a definite do, are announcing th* birth of a
for which, he paid 2000. Red is! only 33 inches high and weighs I I budget as advertised in the last issue the new system was workmg-per- are watered .'A soluble fertihzer. Barry who erected.. the trellis on success in her spring flower daughter; Sandra Kay, born July

,sorrel color with a beautlfullightl about 300 pounds. of The Telegraph, I I11III I fectly. made in Florida is used according which the plants are growing, garden. 23 at Doctors Hospital. ,
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNT: TELEOBATH, BTJUEKK.! TLUKWA THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1953

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ..
editorial Farmer's Diary/ /& Horn e Demonstration **y,M.ftSfc EST.:: 1879 -

.- ', Rv RaM MrGarv.y f')5fe Notes D FLOBIDVS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER -

7V&! $ PUBLISHED. CONTINOUSLY }
75Ws TinriT Cooperation" DeI 't look at"the calendar now. by '
ac1A
aI UNPCR: THE SAME MASTHEAD.
tmt berry setting time is here. t. s. DOROTHY ROSSe
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<* J life;, : ;j4.}< s -. .t tother'sc 1 ttaef the ** -f- P.laUAbd E.eh Th.... and Entered M SHe.4 Clan Matter
on
ool' trans portat>ton' situation; siraD l. ".ng! tI Li all those who have. Horn f i Demonstration. '" Agent, I at the Punt Office at Starke. FU. BBder A .t..t Mai. >9..187*.

;in :'sorptf'r&aecfts to last.fall's fiasco i
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between swum that they will never set'another Dental ExaminationsHave campers, I
Clay and?,:Bradford. :\ County, but vastly different berry will be the first to you had your teeth examined One of the many activities and months for examination and cor- of ford the County Circuit Florida Court in upon and receipt for Brad of

farther: respects,.is, now- in, the making., catch it., lately?' Well; the 4-H opportunities 'of' 4-H camp was i lections.. proof of tmblHStlon of this'ooth.'tthe
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fictitious natae-of Seminole Kaneh. under -
:I'hls..latest.s situation involves some 55 students "'. a glrls who attended camp have. that each camper had her teeth I We are starting, a "Value Your! which,wfr are engaged in businessat
"- Welcome to John Tye and family I examined by' Dr. Frank 'C x. Dr. Smile" group here in the county' Rt. 2, Box 71-A. Stark Florida.
frtol,the-State I Farm iho' find 'themselve "onthj'spol Never before has dentist been V. R. Smith,
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%4hflecent1j bought' the old a Cox Kenneth I;: James and
11 ; the dentist with the State ;and want all 4-H'ers to bq mem- ,
$;' dad to idling by Sfate'Prisdrf officials Well, the tobacco market openedthis Pete mwright'faita*and moved so popular. He had alj the girls Beard cf Health brought the Mobile '':bers. After the -membership "card Rt.Dated 2, Btr:this 71-A.25th Starke da; of Fla.July.owner XIX

thSTstat 'filildsicarihot: be use for payment! of week'and if 'the prices 'were* here from' Jacksorivilld John eharmed'by his friendly perscnali- I Dental' Unit into camp, explained :1 is signed by your family dentist 1957 at Starke: ,.. BradfordOuptv.-: IU1! 4tp 821! ,
a bus driver {as'has'been .dontfin'tKe' }JaglQ as good as" they: were supposed to' said he'is planning to go into'the ty and he was one of the best I the dental office within [showing that all corrective work Florida .

(Forth. e past '20'years ifhVbeeri the practiceof be; many'farmers'have some nice, cow business on.5.a limited scale.' the trailer examine r the teeth of;! has been dcnel] we will put on the Sealed bids'ALL'FOR fill be BIDS received by the

) Bradford County to accept students from the big fat checks to help balancetheir'budg'ets land Florida Times-Union; Mar- all campers and cleaned the teeth I card the 4-H Seal and my signature Board of B with. The man whohas While talking about the earlyhistory' cf'' many of the girls. Results of This will make the holder a Starke Florida;'at; the City Clerk's
SliteFarml' providing a' bus.for this tha Kickliter; Magnolia Cafe; Office In Starke. Florida, until '7:
purpose cows'and hogs should Bradford County' recently
tobacco and
examination have already member and show that'they
the \
the 12thay
Paul Canova m. Quality Store; o'clock") P.M. on Tuesday.
butfnot'a driver. Heretofore, a prison guard has have'madeysome money this year a' matt made the assertion Joe Monteith K & M Station been sent from my office to the their! parents see the value in a of August 1958 at which time and ,
Filling
been permitted to drive.tRe 'bus"; but apparently. if he didn't gamble a lot on veg that no Indian relics' had ever ; Lyle Anderson. W. A. Bes-- parents. 11 good, clean smile. place opened all bids and rwrredwill'road aloud en be the publicly fallowing l--

thjs .arrangement. is;how'; tabu. .' etables. been found in this county: With- sent; Botby Big'gs Three Friends This was a wonderful experiencefor Without the wonderful cooperation : *
know I supply fuel oil.
months
.i. out doubting his word; we do Twelve
Unlike Clay County school officials. the Union that' heads Barber Shop: Maurice EdwardsJr. all of us'Not many of us have I cf parents 4-H work could approximately ftSO.OOO to 908,000
some '
While the hog market continuesto arrow spear |not hold its for gallons Xo. .2 Diesel! Fuel Oil to
utmost meaning
Ctunty board atod J superintendent? are reportedly be good, some of the hog raisers points and pottery have been Edwards Market; Marjorie I the opportunity to sit and, chatwith I conform specifications' \ of A"' "r.
willing to have tHe"State' Farm students to found Davis, Stump's; Lucile Alvarez I I. our toys:; and girls. We appreciatethe lean Petroleum: Institute Fuel
? come are still nervously waiting for near Worthington Springs a dentist the way the girls
Hart efforts and tireless Oil must not have higher sulphur
Furniture en-
Co. Betty Ann many
Bradford schools although most of them actually an even better market. Like one and it Seems to us we remembera ; did. Scme things Dr. Cox told content than R per cent by weight:

l IhT'on' the'; Uhi6nt County "5 de of New River. man'we know'who refused'24 anda man telling abut: an Indian Flynn Mrs. L..G.. .Powell Florist. them are necessary for good den- ergy ing us that to parents help their give youngsters.in help minimum The Cetane of 4s.Kumbw-muSt-e; a

U,1oJ!' County- schools'are, overcrowded, and it half cents last 'week,' and then camp that was located at Scout 4-H Club boys attending the tal, and mouth health. such as: The said Board of Bond Trustees
would'be next to impossible for them, to houstlfse later was offered only 22 'cents.That's Hole. So how about it? Have Short brush your teeth after eating, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO reserves the right to accept A>r reject
Course in 1933 Wilson ,
? were RF.r.isTF.R; ; nrmiors NAME all bids
or i
ever found Indian relics eat I any '
just one of the many things you any a balanced diet, cut down on TRUSTEF.S
Notice is
additional 50-odd students. Therefore it hereby given that the undersigned BOARD OF BOND
Mays Herbert .
: that keep "a.farmer from getting onyour'place? Packham Woodrow use of sweets and soft drinks and::! under the provisions of OF CITY OF STARKE: "FUA.
believed- that the'Unionofficials' wiU be-eager r a good.night'srsieep: "n' s Htt'III r r -AMJ-J Hinson. and Nelson Moore. visit the family dentist every six'Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. Acts By: Carl '{ohnsQtf, ('lforJ.'ZIU \'
of 1941, will register with the Clerk ; ;' Zt in"Jane''Parker"
tct work out some arrangements whereby the''stu-: f.< mZ'. ,it.. We seem to be in the Dog Days ..:r:: )
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dents'can continue- attend school in Starke.i i I Had a nice*visit with Mr. and now? Poor old Leo keeps pant- .E ---_ .. -

:A1 dee"gatioh'from'th" 'Stat a'Farm'is scheduled' I Mrs. Ben Saori"of' ttarftpton' list';, irig all the time, and we know
week. Mr. 's F tsrd'1iewh'ifd f: ) jUst how he feels, but we hesitate
to! meet with both the Union'' board andtie -
County often wondereajmrSaVlooMlike i p targo)' around with our tongues WHATEVER THE SEASON.... WHATEVER YOUR FOOD NEEDS ,

Bradford school board next Monday in an ; .arid' wherf TM"metlhevll1? | a g!p out and panting, even as hot 'as
attempt trf Work-'ont. some'mutually satisfactory gave a'longts'lbwvlboklfandJsal'd; : l t if.'is. ,
agt\1 nient.. With,the cooperative spirit that has nothing. W&nder'Vn'afs the'ma't-.0'l ; .' .

ben'!shown strfarCit is believed:that this can be ter- with hun-r? toul 'thihi: : He'd" [! This' week we had the thrill l
dine'without of the th tc'uaed seen! S"scarecrow 'bd r !' a:J of a''lifetime 'when our new home
repetition1 embroglio never : !
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f:... ."' pew'" was1 started. We just can't wait c t
such'hard feeling betwee Clayand Bradfrdcountiewlast 4 t '
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until it' is finished and move STHiPtiCifIS t
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< falL.. **[i We had a treat last t week. A inter 4 E
'it. One of the things that
peTsorTgavefus a couple I ?
:jit I is to'Starke's advantage, from a" business, very kind [:f Sam plans to do is run around
of jars of >ifcayhajeily-t nd'-ii'e!
steiaL and'atHletlc program1 iytand$6int, to 'havetie are glad to1'report vthktj It ls'rorie/ ;;t oPening- and closing' the 'windows, .... .,.. Y
:? jat by winding a crank. ItH bet --
State Farm 's'tudent 'cohtinUe in school nleSJ'We'\fe''e: i
herf1IMs of the 'fin st 1 \ 1
:: sell a relief after propping up a ;:' Super-IJight Ij ny: Cooked
? up to'ouI'sc1ool'officiald'to. ,!.j, see, .that...',. they. tasted. Alit&aafd'1'astesYsom"thing ( :>l.tr , at so.Why. .like clib aif lt.4& l6h t '
t!
L;Feb.- +..ilt nut ; SPECII L lID.
: -: PICNIC HAMS 4 Jt
As hot as" it has been we were 1 But< then Sam's slightly off his "

Didn'tSomeone' Ask?- surprised tof'find'S'nbcffofthSeFstill : :>* crock anyway. A" neighbor'coriJ .' ,, II ,

'* Wf: t W! '*t Vt 1 .* .1 ,wearing ttiere Idngf- 'wool'eiunderwear. J' ffaded it this week when she re- '>";. J, ,
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..Aft r all the sound.and,.fury and work and ex- ranchervaboutv. WJieil'we'Jasked"tH''h'e"[' eu( mailed that she hadn't, seen Sam ;:. Lusciolt'S .i i-' I
sheep it. said I aJound' ,
'very much and demanded
pense1 tttaVh-atfg6rie' l Wtd1 tlte'lil-qt d proposed.: that the dense coat' of wool act!* of Alice what she [Alice had .
new: $,fate IConstltlit3oit fQr 'h}fida: \now 'comes' as'an insulator and that the shee? done with Sam. When Alice said ( '

''the'stat sUp?emedpl tt With at' ruling t1 at"th were not at all uncomfortable'. she hadn't done anything'with PEACHES$: a1bnt; f JjJt :

wh l oletbiiig'is'out':because i of 7f he''so-called ''daisychaiiproyision. However;; he did add that thaiprinciple1 t t him the woman said: "I thought INStANT ,

i .-' 't.. applied only when the?r maybe he got scrambled and you ,
were quiet, and that if ,-
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they started
put him in a home. '-
Daisy chains! are usually thought in con : Large Westerji.Iceher
around t .
running they'd ge Step right up"folks and meet .
nection'With1 tommeTiceinenttexercf&i'> VaWr? badly -overheated. Scr Scrambled'SamH!!! b .COP FEE 1 ,

but'i iir this ck'sewthe'exrii J %sS1 6n'nieans1tHat voters' '

would;haV4hatft6r: c 't'ahdirtlle new Constitution of the Oaks, formerly the Moth, "' LETTUCE jheads'f for' 75kS
'srf
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near Keystone Heights. s
; or none: AS }pVofced'"lif. Ihe. Legislature, Out' 7 .'i '

they wpuld not. have the_, .right. l to :approve one section -- .. The Ritz Theatre held a baby S 6'01. % e '1

This of said the the new Supreme charter.,Court and tarn, just dOWiT'atlo'ther.wasn't:*right. Of, e slax .ti I: show Entrants and Tom in Thumb the baby wedding.contest :( JAR' A ic: :: .,, ) Firm RipeAAAAAAAAAAASAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

The Legislature could artiend thfe old Constitution I .
( Jhe: r were sponsored as'' follows: Mack .
section-bisection 1aifd-; submit'each article "'fd 3'Uid Futch, Bradford Feed Store: Janet llj '
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Yoteravfor*" approval'(or4 ?ttisapprbval bat 'the Anderson. Temple Garage; Barbara I TOjAiOES- 1 9c

taslc-of w 'entirely ne.w+''Constitution, faa .a 'Jean Johns, 'Carl's Cash-Corner ." ,?"" -.,. ... : .

a job -for' a' Constitutional l Convention? bus- t ; Peggy Ann Wiggins, Canova's ...>."..,:..... ..( ::. .}, -Z":.
spoke ,the Supreme Court ,,'and the Constitutionquest1 ',.. ft"= Pharmacy; Sharon Hall, Hall's >" }/j.:'",: ,,,.<<,.t.j # -:%/% .
on Aug. 1933-A. LawteY'BankROb Barbecue; Betty Hayes, Tip Top ANGEL A;./: ; Pf 'on will) not appear the 'November,, b a 1 lot.- ti Grocery; Hilda Searing, Suwannee ,,:' .

All of which might-'be' quite properbut'"the bery "Thieves_ Saturday or Sun. Store; Shirley Weaver, Magnolia ri

with hi8'ndn f hbica non- day night, removed glass in thetransom Hotel; Margaret 'Monteith Mar- FOOD, if. '
poor, puzzled layman, ; each
legalistic mind cant ';lb Ip. but'won3erTJ ... and entered the Lawteybantf guerite Shoppe;: Hazel Fields, 0/ ::-.... '..'.:.. ... >l"-:'. / CANTALOUPES 2'Se

6 i ding."' How much money Cafola Cafe. ;; Eula Alice Green, Large Rm; .
with'all the'sthnrt that '
Why "lawyers :
are sup- 'dfd None. "
they take? They'made' Carpenter's Drug Store; Helen
posed 'to be in the Lelislatui'e, "didn' ''som oi e 1 ]'off- with six pairs of over Kruse, Rachel's Shop; Marian -. Or, !' "

look into this angle"'before 'a speciaFcommittpeJspent J !t aIlS 'and a' pair of pants'from_ the Brown Sternberg's;; Marjorie ....:. Yellow Crook

a'couple.ot.-years;and "no tettfriihpw' ifianjf1 ., Red C 'Crosfe' 'stored, clothing.. Claire Manning; Manning's Cash ,, ,.i1\-, ;
thousands dollars-cn a'job that wad '"uncon \ .s. Store'; Freddie Wimberly; Green's 1t1I -y ; l
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stitutional" in,the- first, place: ?} The Civilian Conservation Corps Pleezing 'Store; Rutledge BoringLouie's' !I tI*! SQUASH. pound d 15
near Penney Farms. is building abath' Filling Station:' Sara
It does''seeni that the; ''question .might have hou'se"and clearing" a beach" Barefoot, Bradford County Telegraph -

arisen in at least one lesalisW mirid ;anti tW! the on' the Banks 'of. Kingsley1 bake ; Betty Jo'Sewell, Hollings-. : .

Attorney GeheT&rnilght'hJive! been consulted be-J about 200! ':yards'' from' 'Penney's'. worth" Dairy;' Jacqueline Strick- Yiu1rA1NiLp2Dh 39c LaChoy Meatless. "

fore' tlie' momentous;; tim ons iriirig; dollar- 'pier'; Tlje'y are' also building, a } lrAll: afA M. .. vtr CHOP SUEY 33c
road "
consuming jotTwaVlaunclied.But to' the beach,, and have recently
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completed a' baseball .diamond !"J..mTl'ttTTTrrrrrrnf'Y'Y'YYTT'TTYYY'
then' that might have saved some to x?ay- 'and'erect d an 85.tOotfl: : g- 1-2 oz can

ers' dollars and'that. fm thTallahasrseevfy.: dfthinking pole"'cut. from, 'a: pine'tree: ;. MONfYFOR s it i:'Jan.n..Parker' .- MUSHROOMSS 21c ,.I II
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,-just isn'tctick'et.,, you. kQb'M iI" .'. ; ,
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.' R Bit of Philosophy} A local i! ANJr JBUb ROLL. 49 .; 31> man whd! had' just been put to ;
some extra" this S I ;, :. 45 .
work 'say
No For had to :
Time A
Let-up
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"Tell a hired man how]to do it, YH C:: 1i I
Detergent,, Glanfc, Pkl "i
repeat it three tUnes 'then do it
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Recently the: county} agent and livestock inspector "i' L '_ TREND 2.for 49c '
yourself. ,
were notified of two casesrof suspected' It'seems he had asked the hired o DRINK 46 oz 29 1
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screw worm in the county Both cases'VrerjS"* man'to' roll,up some,wire._ When: VACATION.NEEDS.
called "unconfirmed" because not ...
saved to be identif by the )laboratory; Thereis .he"found the man had 'taken upa ; Apple>> J eg- l. 11

probably little
cattlemen, who had the cases, iIi Their-livestock;-' neatly rolled. Fortunately; the 46 /X

that:they "ele s few worm, but tJig: An' tt8t1'\t' neighbor flVWtIbIl; wasn't: Wl-a.r.home..:\00\' APP.LE JUICE: oz 31 f. n A&r Cream, Style I ::

ed only as "un cnlfinrl }V itbont l la at ; P.. M. Norman df 'the Vanderbilt i +

Thin,serves to:pAtnt llpthe need ff 11 .t t recdbnfvlsibSf: tfie ?elegfaptfWr ,Chef BoyArDeeSPAGHETTI& 15 1-2 Can : bUIN'.
Screw'W&n 1e & rXb his.' fo'"rerti h1r".n r. (
recommendations made:.bjr the : r* *- Sa days 1; 4 ,
lcab n','Program; as' given us'by tSpntf r raht* su6rliiti: bTr lie had Z seen'!>r t rite jT Meat BaDs

George Hug'gins,- and"f". live-stock! lAsM&'f.speCtor J&ftrVaJfoejulL Mrge ulaa'atfitlBer,iui* ..aM fiif p',.38"'i .,,S! ** "'' .5 233 4 N,303Caqa. ,


There are four steps'recommended: ,.1. inspect 't theni Local hes'to merchants suppfert who theNatfbnarRecb pledged r I I Dole Pineapple-Grape Fruit 2ifor" 2B '

animals frequently. 2. Report case ifnmedi rjP1 ActJ whicn"wovide'oT- for* LOANS'r ,

Collect 10 worms from, each woundP; n'f' IWif i I:,u lr. a I mlnMunVage, shorter1 Soarsr ounce :

a bbttle of clean '.water' and.- tof e lit &1 f for; employees,.'and abolition. 'i'of ;DR1NK 46 29i .

until called for by county agent or fivjlsfol'rspector. f Child i 181 6&fwere: ;'J'C&-' 1 Store.Grefeni UPTO

..3. Treat all,wounds 'with''; E)$ L.,,_ 1 < fB'GroceryT Clbverfarm"St6fer" Fred ftSttotitf .
Smear 62. 4. Keep animals in tintajflr t f jJ.TOp' Grocery r ; 'Sultana Chunk Insecticide
a pen rnll S/R. Jbhns, C rl"s CashCoitWWRachel's
wounds are healed i J1 eft '*m'J Store Bradford!..J.'I $600 TUNA, 2 for ________, 49c GULF SPRAY, pt. ,...__ 49c

Fanners who had cattle 25 ,years ago remember Hardware\\ hoy"'Starke' Hardware"'' cot. Air Purifier t'

the(problem of tick fever whicS]'wa9'tf1r & ttirnJfiife Coy" 'UonnPrfet HegE; TISSUE, 2 for______ 27c FLORIENT 79c
eradicated by a government. proi m %'aud.i' he'1'- 1 Ylle''Store, J. M: Alvarei .I;; uArmoor's Star Chicken.of the Sea
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cOoperation' of cattlemen: 'Then clffflip.1 ife''i a ht O. WfjtotJerti:;# :R.: 'R. ThedeT,' Lid' I BEEF STEW, 26 oz can 49c TUNA, regular ____33c ,-
to b"S'.d'and there'was plent* of itrk'to f.at.! StableEieWltt1:l c. 'Jones .C0'A.M. ; : -Armour's: Corned'BEEF Diet DelightPEACHES

the-fdrmefifl'cdnnectidn: with the jpfo> '.am!!NO Std. yR'Jones;:,M. Edwards, Suwannee, .*J.wortft. .' 'W; Find Us Friendly"OCAL 'j I"', HASH,' 3 oz ___ 35c 303 can ____ 27c Cold Stream Pink'
olD Armour's
fact that mos connecfeB' Jtlf.'the1 Star For Cooking and Salads
o\tP.e.! work. ; WhilEUT Sons; Hai:t' l Furniture"Co I

screw drm eradication is -done' f6r i1ft! Ut ealle: k 'E iti Stoiti:. P"c.'Hollings;' ":CORNED BEEF ----- 43c WESSON OIL. qt ----- 63c

man may'niae, \>.careless., .hU. ,tilt: 4UUk y ;'4 dung'j Store, Denmartr' FINANCE ..Armour's Vienna Shortening SALMON

Because' there have beeirno; reported cases of PuttU6tte CJ. W:, idorgau;;F: I ISAUSAGE ----------- 23c SNOWDRIFT, 3 Ib can __ 75c

screw-worm ,i irj, the county.'until tHg''t h snrf'f' R.. 1T adlife,rand N.. 6ternbeigj. COMPANY Sunshine Vanilla Beachnnt Strained
F. J 14 ;ajlll.; '. .
week,* many farmers have let up 01 titiif I WAFERS, 12 oz -- 33c BABY FOOD 6 cans for 59c No 1 tall
A buDding boom is in
of their livestock. Now"hr tbe'_ tinft' fW t8; s bte Hon 9!at gf gsle r'Lake"' 'progress. T 114 N. Walnut St. Swift's Strained Laundry Starch 1 53c i

more thorough'In- YO 'iris fiec tiOn\J'tf\ {t oreN1bec& .-, ; >:;It... .,.'. BABY MEATS 23c NIAGARA ________ 21c 1rtrtetAS .

thlg'pest can 'be1'eradicated d'il e; J\9! !JtP State Road 13 [nowJfS.Mil (3 Doors from Post Office) \ ,

sto&'dthe'rt 'fifgtouft. 'naT6eenresurfaced{ ffiSSugbt'Cawtey MttMOCT 1000 SttMU .., -
1iiini1'it'aild 1l0e : I rs. Marguerite Hall, St 1 tsar
Cei ainrj i feQaris'in'tliid: first'seas3'ato!; id north of'Highland. ;It'hadbecodiefi"derous'nn' Manager '412 Call Street

are so snectaculn t haft f e smai'ln1hgvfor/al' pr, :. : account.of I' t I Stores .
Iiesv "trsffiC-
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is to keen at it mitil the jbb iS'trwrouglilxJSone Starke Fla.
us \ v -'I '- Phones 580. and 581 ,
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One case allowed< to. ,get away. witt'prolonsr'' dle--'. JulY 28, "iWJpMr. and Mrs. J.A. FJs ,. n f -6IUoJ M1YFlliraG1IC14tDWAIburI
job net i". *T .'./ r .*.I ""'..t w_ ,Id" .
fo.'I.- ,, Siuis tO. 1 announce, the opening. ... -? ., .' L 1 .:.. : l ..

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;VVVVVVYYvvyvyyyyyyyyyy Marshall Dobbs, Mr. and .Mrs Dobbs of Starke. Savannah is visiting his parentS 'Day 4-Cent ,
wB
uaY Stamps
A. B. Whitehead.and Earl Dobbsof Mr. and Mrs.H.'C. Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. ,A. E. Massey.. -
r That's Our Buslntsi :
LAfTEY Mrs.Laura Colley and son, Carr, Mrs L. H. Hill spent the weekend 'MaYor'a'Court '< ,
Ralford, Mr. and Mrs. Lester .
.r In Starke'on Sunday "&** with Miss Enza :HUanchard. Out Dull Are Required J i'iJ If It's Glass .- We Hart Iii! -
Dobbs Mr. and Mrs/Clyde Dobbsof Mr. and Mrs. Nelson"Blocker They were.Sunday evening illi 1 VISIT ....
By Mn. Joyce: T. VatcfcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAA ca Mi CALL WRITE or .
Gainesville, Mr and Mrs. Percy and son visited Mrs. A. H. Harley guests of Mr. and,Mrs. J..B. Dye, looked like a busy day at Af Thursday
y A Caso Mr. and Mrs. Cue ST.,and Mr.and Mrs.-Edwin Pad- at Kingsley Lake. Court .became a short I

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren hadas Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. Burney gett on Sunday The A. C. Kirkland family when three cases were Starting Friday Aug. '1, the I Joe Peters Glass Co.

Dobbs and : Mr. and Mrs. George"Robertsof last weekend with Mr. and Mrs.M. !.., two defendants for familiar "Miss Liberty" on the
guests this weekend Miss Fran family Mr. and Mrs.
i Jacksonville were Sunday eve C. Goodman In Cuthbert; Ga. bond by not appearing, and present three cent stamp will give FOR ANY GLASS NEED
ces Pegrim of Stuart. Mr. and
Casey Dobbs and family Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Warren and daughter ning guests of Mr.-and;Mrs'Bryan Mr. and ..Mrs.'Cecil Dobbs case Bad charges dismissed. way to Abraham Lincoln on the We Design Modern Store .Fro b
Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and '
family,
tfJacksonvilleMrs.. Victor Apple- Reddish. family of Jacksonville and Kitties Pleaded not gouty new 'four center necessary to carry Just Mall Us A Pattern for
Mr. and Mrs.
by Jerry Carmichael Donald and Buster Bennett ofTitusville Dyal of Lake Butler Visited Mr.and a charge of driving while in- a first class letter after mid- Table Tops
of Atlantic Beach and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Downingand found .
Leslie Bradley and family ofJtJnsley son, Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth their families spent here.the weekend with the Mrs.weekend.Walter Wilkison. during $102 and He his was license suspend-guilty night On the Thursday.same date, the old-timey 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla Phone FR. 24S58 i.

Lake. Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs.: Julian Dobbs for one year postcard" which had its .
Dobbs Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cason Mr. Miss Mary Louise Haines of Mr. and Mrs. H. 'T.., "penny
to two cents not so
Barton to status upped
C.
II pleaded guilty -
j Relatives and friends of the and Mrs. Ferrell Seals Mrs. Beu- Starke was the Friday and Satur- and family to Gainesville pONE
red light'and fined long will gain additional pres-
Artie Dobbs held their annualgettogether lah Frank and Mrs. and Mrs. day guest of Miss.Lois.Beebe. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling a was tige with ago another price increase to QT. OR GAL OF PAINT -

at Strickland's Conery Johns of Jacksonville Mr. Mrs. Hubert Priest and Lamar Wednesday, They with the cents.

,Landing on Kingsley Lake on and Mrs. M.. Dobbs of ,Philadelphia carried Misses Abbie ,Harley Starlings, spent the weekend caseagainst' Eugene Grif- three Air mail postal cards' will cost I F-R-E-E aJB
with was
Sunday. Those attending this Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Dunk Din- Jackie Bales, Lorraine Priest and their camp in the Scrub. .charged fighting five' cents and the regular airmail
until 4, because
lovely affair were: Mr. and Mrs. kins of Richard Durban to Leesburg on Mr. and Mrs. August >n
Macclenny, Mrs. Norma J. C. Prevatt stamp will be seven cents i
unavailability: of witnesses WITH EACH ONE YOU BUY .
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Ernest 'Hewett and son of Tallahassee Jean Whitehead of Lake Monday to spend the week at the family of Ocala and Reggie Norman instead of six. u
involved in a fight .
Henley,
i Lamar Reddish, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 'Arlie Butler'l' Methodist Youth Fellowship were' weekend guests 'of Mr.and front of*Jc-Jo's Saturday eve- The new postal rates hike" first "We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit"

Paul Dobbs and family of Ocala' and Mrs. Willie Dobbs and Camp. Mrs. Carl .Pr vatt. also had his .case postponed class .letters from three to four

Mr.fend and Mrs. Clarence Dobbs Mr. ,.ter Mrs. Walter Wilkinson of i. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and Mrs. Among those havmg"birthd 'next week..1.. cents an ounce. The old three- MARY CARTER PAINT STORE I
Mrs..Ode Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey and Mr.: and.Mrs.'Robert G. W. Roberts enjoyed fishing in this week were Mrs. Earl Prevatt center is still good as long as you
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Kingsley Lake on Monday: Butch ,and ,BobbyPrevatt.. of other Christian case'flansen postponed,' who,was is stick on another one cent stamp 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588 :a:
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LeslIe'and Earl .Phillips spent to be its travelling companion.. .
Iw. tbt :Piolds le Star Mrs. Mary Reddish spent with failure to have ve-
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from Wednesday until Friday TEe four-cent stamp that will
and .Saturday with her sisters under control, causing an ?
with'' Mr.:.and Mrs. O. J. .I i
Phillips.The be so familiar after August 1 is .1
Mrs. Lou Norman and .
1 1 Mrs. I
I Phillips family had as Sun : .. not a'new issue, and has been
day guests Mr. and Mrs.-- George : O'Steen at Heilbronn. not appearing defend available: for,some time. It feat- Special Announcement "
Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn
them and forfeit-
against
Chambers of Jacksonville ures a portrait of Abraham Lincoln .
and Mrs. Hester Hicks have bond were:, Sam Bennett WIth
Rev. W. T. Newsome of Gainesville
and is purple in color. The
guests Mrs.Floyd Martin of Daytona charges, speeding .bond ?37, WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE. }
spoke at: the. First; Baptist new four-cent stamped envelope
and Mrs. Marion ,Mars driver's bond $27 .
no license ;
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Church Sunday ,and the has oval with '
on was a purple stamp a
son,of Jacksonville Herman Kramer, charged JOHN GILLIAM
dinner" guest of Mr. and Mrs. profile of Benjamin Franklin. .
Fred Moore. Other guests of the A. Q. Smith and Floyd running a red light, bond $12. Air mail, not exceeSmg eight
\ spent their vacation at My FORMERLY OF SPARTANBURG, S. C.
'the
Dismissed recommenda-
Moores during the weekend were on. ounces, is seven cents an ounce, .
FRIDAY, SATURDAY -AUGUST: 1,2 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyer'fo Plant Beach, S, C. Mrs. Mamie of City AttorpeyArch Thom- a hike of one cent. The new. sev- IS NOW A MEMBER OF OUR
stayed with Mr. and Mrs. "
City, and Mr. and' Mrs. S. D. Jr. were charges against Leo en-cent stamp is blue and shows
: Harvey in Macclenny while '! :,Thomas 'Jr. involved in an the silhouette of
Genuine DiamondHeart Andrews and family of WUdwood. a fourenginepJane SERVICE DEPARTMENT :
Charles. Moore went ..1iom'with: was away. nt. July 11, with the city 'with swept-back wings.

.. i the Andrews. for a:. visit. ." Mr. and Mrs. Bobby fogging machine. For the forgetful, a five"'cent!

.. .. .Pendant Spurgeon Massey,, 'Johnny De- and family, and Richard charge will be made for all pieces ,
: : and son of Daytona: and of'mail lacking sufficient : .
vore, and Jimmy Moore spent last postage : '
week at.4-H camp'on Cherry Lake Barbara and Paula Garrett we gave up. The charge, plus the postage due, ;
.. near Madison.< ,. Port Orange, visited Mrs. My old friend Red Alvarez can be refused toy the receiver. It

,' Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Joyce Darley and .Miss Slna Pres even have to leave his serI I that happens, the mail will be returned Mr. Gilliam has had 15 years experience as Mechanic\ .

REGULAR Futch were weekend guests'of Mr. this weekend. station to catch fish it seems. to the sender if there is working on Ford Products. SPECIALTY Automatic 4

SOLID and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn > he opened up Monday morn- a return address, or destroyed or Transmission and Tune tips.TERWILLEGAR.

.$'0 VALUE K Mary Julia Futch in Tallahassee.Mrs spent Sunday afternoon with ; a 6 foot 2 inch Sailfish was put in the dead letter office. ,
.10 GOLD and Mrs. Leonard LL
Futch and Miss Fetch spent Norman for him at the front door.

\,.. .. Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Highland. d says he has. a: pretty good TIn RIGHT POINT tOr.. the % MOTORSYOUR
.:J Kirtsinger Sr., in Chattahoochee. Mrs. Frank Parks of .- a,who left i the fishy surprise way you write. Come in and select '
Guests of Mrs. Effie Miner during j.Mrs, Agnes 'Basford,. Mrs.. Ev him, but! he isn't mentioning your favorite ESTEK8BOOK AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER

the weekend were. Miss Mary Rivers of Jacksonville, and .names. ., Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
'f-: (Similar to aunt. Mrs Denmark, of .
Illustration) : Ann Motes of Jacksonville and
visited Miss Enza Blanchard
Mrs. Nell Andrews of Starke. Vr

SPECIAL, Wayne Massey of Camp,Stuart Thursday. .
9.95 SPECIAL


UP ALLIGATOR ';;
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Termite ControlFOR
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.Complete- with Solid. 10 K: Gold DEPENDABLE CREEK 'n lr

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Neck Chain Pert Household Control ft OommerriUJ LZack with 1T t ::

'Walton .7 '

Lonely to Have -- lovely to Give! Grove BpnytafCall J 1 .. .
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BULLINGTON Florida' Pest Control Just read in ,the paper :: i:.if> ... SmithCoronai. .

& Cheinical'Co.Z4 this l Medical Unit, advised as .: t4 -'-& !-'.- "
for ulcers, a, creek bank : Jn'
cure .
s :
y..
ff .
'. Studio & Gift Shop N. W. 18th Ave' fishing .pole-but leave the' rr'r': .-p: 'L.L .. ,: .

&aIDenIDe, Florida- at home.That might work tine,. out'B ... ,: .' ,
I some of you. but. knowing J. .. ,.. '. ,
J I fish were .in there :ready to ', ; (.:.."t: ':-' '
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and'me with. no bait would'be" ., ;-+.."-, (... .- '....f.; .- .

.. frustrating my ulcers'would '. c : ,
like rain,.drops on a hot 'ock.- r :' '

From where I set that sure ... ._ ..<_ .t"' "

1 JuekJI ed like "Kernel Red" Griffin "....'..fb. ,,.:...: ... ..
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:: B. T.-rBunkl Thbmlls 1Sltte1 i"' JY1. A

'Y ttr that boat on Lake Kerr. Had f; 't

couple of old mossybacks .s .. W
from'7-9.IDS.:already In'the: "!' ; ,:, : '
The Kernel hooked into one : : : Y
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I o'
:. f". ;is any day ed like the biggest bass fish in :
lake y
probably go. about.15 '" t ,1 pV'
i c' Why when that trout broke. 6
N 'c
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the lake must have gone ro:.. M I rr,1pr
i you trade with two or three Inches. Sure ,
'
.. .... hate to see him lose that one. /1
I it. .. tkcLf a big bass don't get big by

dumb, that's for sure

,...: Sl opportunity Carl Hurst. boated several

last week at old Sand Hill .
j .at
"' He says they run about a
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: r2 to a pound and a half.: Carl
? .\- stores in Starke .' it takes"skill to boat one that :
.
rf .. "
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: vf:' : and not bruise him. Carl's '.. .
,.* the man who can'do It. '

My old friend I. P. Shepherd
"', ..<.......*-.A., ...'.. ""- pretty'busy' these days and : : : Now you can enjoy Effortless Typing

% T get to fish much ...; anyway ::-t ; d- .
.5: 'ul. .
V.r- .
1J* : over 4-5: times a week: He- ': :,"': .: : : With b beautiful "print-perfect" letters time
: 7 hundreds of ; ?::< ; i every
: i l r*:. ..; Not only do you save money on us the good news from : :'r :. -,

;. ';r"" ." advertised. specials during Shopportunity. Creekthat the striped bass are ,.-.. "",t.t.:.";",, .. j' Never before has it been so easy and,so much fun to ryes With the new -Smith- 40.

: r-< ,T Sales Event but you also receive ProfitSharing be found in the creek again ::i.-;,' :'. ....' Corona Electric Portable a gentle touch.of the keys and electricity takes the work '
.* year. Just the other day he y } ..
: AWARDS ., .: :,., . off your hands quickly, quietly and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling as
BIG CASH time two and ,
for the. torn a or ,
Coupons up '
: ., .. pretty low thinking old Mr. ---- \ :. ..fo }? :',..! :. hesh and.relaxed as when you began. And no matter how you strike the keys,

..\ ;' ', : / twice each month. Trade at-home with'our Bass was doing that 'to him :-'\. ';;.!,!,'-T .:.. every character prints with the same sharp, uniform impression. Just think of the

Shopportunity' Merchants and profit more., last- trip over he hooked onto .\ '-".'.. .- l new pride you will take in your personal correspondence! You owe it to yourself
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( than 7 1-2 lb. mama striper and, ; to see and try the revolutionary new Smith-Corona Electric Portable today. ., .
.. one .
ways come so near wearing outL. :.1 :. .: '
that when'he"came: back,to # .

he looked like'he had lust n
> .J -t '
of the day aworking on '. ii t A : ,
These in i-
: are the merchants who.. appreciation your I P. says he caught this striper .. C .;f,9i .JiKLL I p1 lPtlWJU "

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a shimmy wiggler, but live z

business, are giving you thz opportunity to /lSh are works fine or a deep running Ia .

ing bait. He also says to hunt
,
that is where
rock because
:.the Profits. in Starke" ,., win be. More than likely s" .. q Even with the many new features on the Smith-Corona Electric :

will him ,j it's and to And :. .
you get there you see Portable typewriter, amazingly compact easy wry.-
V he can set you right on one of ., .:
it comes with its own luxurious "Holiday". carrying case. _
.
Elrod Furniture Co. fished-out holes, .
Naaworthy General SuppliesOlen ; "
I ,11 l'
Went down to Rutledges., f '
.Bullington Studio'::anbT::':; camp at .Lake Geneva: and ', 'r.- _. !I' \ ',_ '. .
StoresCentral ,.. ; _.
some fine lively shiners from ..1.fI ',c
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: Gift' Shop Rutledge.. We,took ort for ., ..f-'1,.i'. .,... r: -',. ..'.. ..,"-t4. : ." \ ,.
Fla. Gas & Appliance ton Lake and deep-water.- I ... .. '
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f! .. ,'.. Van H. Priest Co. one_.ct the Choctaw Indians .
;. 'i Company me and he knows !where all of

I ::- J & J Building Supplies gcod brush piles are. Well
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.- ,' '. Hart Furniture Co. eot set up afishing--close to Bradford County

.: < Winkler Electric ServiceShepherd's bottom of mine'gets.when. a this'pol Indian-ratt1ing : < '

Ea
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le.Sfore'
-. -. .. Radio,& TV bite but does not get the .
: oj. hooked. My pole does the
1M
Robbins* .'. .. of the boat s
.. ;r. .-...P- Dollar my Jig on the side
eta '. Bottom .
I fetched up a speckled cat -
f -
:, 4 lbs. What ''with him being .
Barksdale'sV : : -4
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\}, { : Alvarez Store :> ... :
t oore and having tears In his ; ';:; /:- .4..


._ ...,V, Gem Jewelry' ij .' : ,. :: :..'". Roberts-:*" Jewelry. ; I dried"respectable turned'out him, good back.size before gal Next we which.bite ':,;::.".'...\.". .: .... ...n.,....-T._..: .'._ e e.,g r a P '.. .jIi. :. ,


Denmark Furniture Co. Bradford County Telegraph. back., During the hot .' '
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should
i months there sUre be ; -;

Store Koch' Drug Store big bass down there on the ,
Dept.
Stump's ;
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and we havenlgiven irp yet- : : t..}' : ': .
the saying goes.we lust jive
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PAGE FOUR .-.. BBADFOBD> '( m.rrr.I'EUGJtAPB'fA1tD, .. .. y FLORTOJl" r TircnSDAY. JULY SI, 1958 -
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; \ / d'-'Thompson family- Gath / ; : r\\\.'Companies.; :ICof C Officials

--- .,. : :. A -:* --IV 'T Be Inspected i IRevi i w Applications,
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4,, Colonel. t Link- .- .e : for Manager: Job
Company B (Camp Branding: ) i I
:
A meeting held at the
; ; 748th:: was
Co. C (Starke) of the !
I .Chamber of Commerce officer,
r- I Ordnance Battalion will *
:: i 'Monday aft rnoori'$ review"ap-
ve command inspections m
i ;pllca ons"for the position. of. sec-
st. Sy Lt.. CoL R. V. Link and
g '
.
. ( retary-manager.
staff Ii Sever applications have been
B / I Co. B will be inspected on Aug. *
received and' the following omi -
and Co. C, 'Aug. 11. The
F : ; : : on i mittee' was named to review then[
{ .
will include t eree-
: i and report to' the board of direcitbrs -
: > "f the units for 'summer field
: r : maintenance' I : Guy Andrews T- H. Slade; ,
\ t I : ning. of eq\up-i Harry Elrod Jr., .and Johnny
I n,, "as well as armory drill :
: Kopelousos.
: ning: I
p& I I : : Co. B enlisted Lloyd L. iacy WANTED -Clean Cotton Rags,
te
: I : July 14'and he' has been as X'o Pants, No Shirts, ':Must Be
tud I r + ned to the, instrument. section Clean' Bradford! 'County; Tele
:
: the unit. i I graph.FRIDAY .
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of'Lake'But' children, all in the picture, live Wjlkison
: [ ] holds his in Bradford County. They are, all of 1 .

: hilcr; Donna from left to,right: Mrs. Troy-Bennett : [kneeling For
[ ; at a faro Yewk9prtwilty$ SbcpLiig
I \ July'20, Lawtey; Marvin Thompson child.
: 'birthday' an- Jacksonville; Mrs. Thelma, Harris The :
''' 'starker: Mrs. Arthur- Pearce at the &ATP QJY.lST'l\ 2

seven living Mrs. Dan Starling. Mrs. Walter Bennetts. :

l d 'in'H.. )H. D, Short Course Mrs./ One Group Ladies' SHOES' 1y1

I 'id Attended By A R
Telyet Step! -
I Ellis Miss RossMrs. Is and Dion Debs Px
Party. ,l\1rs.\ J
i
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i : a recent A. C. Ellis attended the Mrs. .. .
tion tor"a 34th annual Home Demonstration a recent lOO.
( party given Council Meeting and Short Course lovely,
ot last week at the University, of Florida .last morning :
and Mrs; .week. 'as a delegate from the Bradford .
: < i the" home 'of I I County. Council. Miss Dorothy i Mrs. One Group Girls' Shoes
: stre.tt.; Ross, county home demonstration Chasteen:
!t { table held a agent, also attended the ses- win, and Weather Birds
; .angeqt p oi: sions.As. at the 1i \ r
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\ $ 'yejlpw} :day chairman of the educational Attr ti, and Happy Hikers
:
1 S ( ) (! \ ,n lowers' were exhibits committee Mrs. Ifillis "reported -
l> the iWpiti-/ on the group's 'work and de or 'ti :! An Outstanding i Value at 2-00
\ .is, lovely at-, attended spCial'interest sessions. was l ) I
Mrs. A. C. Beiche of, the State centered
\ --, the Farm club, modeled a smart 'tolack ro es. : Ladies' Summer HATS
AND BAGS
of glassware linen dress in the State Dress Revue held
( ) occasion'!: Thursday' night.: She made. TV s- GREATLY REDUCED
*
four'and the garment in her club work. The,
guests. Outstanding\ speakgrs \'erjo'ed.tqUring \,tpy honoree I I BEDSPREAdS Boys'' Maverick
I the week, including her;
t>r. Harry P.hilpott? vice presidentOf memento REDUCED Western JEANS
.
: U Miss Lauri Invited r .
\ J the university and
Lane, ,associate editor of Farm. o'clock Regular 5.9S 13 3-4 oz. Denim Sanforized

\ : ): Journal; magazine. Chenille & Jacquards Size 6 to 162.B
; : Miss Ross raid it is hoped that
arid daughter Bradford County will have more a.
at a de- representatives. fo attend the 31 ? 249w
: at the course. next summer. To B _. ,


honoring. J.. K.bride.Hauck Mrs. 1 At* [ API FTQRE$

!: ests attending The ,

i'S :Tallahassee and'Mrs. receive Caucus .' 111 E. Call St.

: : !:!: pf. VTood- day) .410'C Starke Fla.
maternal the
.
E.! Fuller of .,1M F al .,* r I, -'- -
Arounct
T.he Bradford: County! Hospital
was lovely announces the following births: I to' :
ot ilr. and ;'l.r Charles, Siattqx I gates I Share the Profits ?n StarkeI
chrysah- of Jacksonville, a daughter, Brenda Second II
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container extended I 'Teresa. July\ 24.Mr ,: the host I
:
and Mrs. Leroy Rhoden of The I

of arrangement the table.wIth I july Hampton|i 24. a son, William. Charles, of the I I I,

iMr. local
valley lillies. .and Mrs. Leon Ridaught ofkeystone'
Heights 'twins, daughter -1 ?
Leona, Kie, 'son Leon Ottis,
; July, 27; 1
'rr. and Mrs. William Scott of FRIDAY SATURDAY AUGUST
: Starke a son, Michael Eugene! i Need -- 1, 2

r July 27. _. ,
Mr. and 'Mrs. James Knight ot
School PTA Brooker, a son. John Henry July !atal I Birth,-* ,- Stone Rings =
met Tuesday 27. guidance ..i
of\Mrs.\ Charles Mr; and Mrs.' John DeVore ofLawtey schools" Only
$10.50 up
: of Club _
: and a dis .a daughter-July 29.New director l c--i; :

for the new the .
Priest '
Gently ,' '': ;
+ft. fAt

of officers is Covers. Edwards Big Area, : i ed work in' in at' ,?) 4.. F Earrings .. $1.00 upBulova

A. Darby; doctor's \; ..f ,j
: Mrs. Martha [Continued from Page nor -
; Mrs. Charles
1950.
Arts degreein and his a
; Guy An- Watches
*| acred Theology l degree,in 1954. ,is the o IN o
Father. Dougherty} comes from: a in
chair- family of _815 children, five pi l to From $29.75 UP c ..
: Membership his
whom are in religlon.'Two of i ,The ono
; Finance. Guy f)s ers 'belong" to 'the; sisters "of !.Beecher :
; G. T. Huggins; sY. JosejJii}, fe"tachlng'ih! the Catholic the
J j Dankel; Parli School System in" Philadelphia.. .
Wood; Hospi- TJwo; of, 'h'ts Brothers' are' 'Francis Elgin Watches
Jr.; His can Priests one .now semng asfir
Chapman; .Force Chaplain In California 3 prom:
up
$33.75
Moore. tpe'( othei' soon to depart'for the
: will be miSSions of'Brazif: His 'mother,
\ [ at a later Mf;Mary C: Dougherty, stiH fe-
sldesln" Philadelphia,,Pa: '. Costume Sets

for rais- r.. Fri :

( ) : .e.. Program setting' public Hearing; At 20% OFF reo

Hew
: overpass across On Budget
of the USO
e attention of Set .For.AjIqncfcfyA DRESSER SETS
of 300 mem Linda

new school public? hearing will be, held in Plus ; ; OFFCommunity
: the courthouse :Mol! ay, Aug. 4, on Cartoon 20%
high school the county budget for the coming .
the board at fiscal year. Octfl to Beptl; 30 959. '
Total of the tentative budget is
SJ32i.03i.81, about '$11,000"over -
that of the present fiscal year.
Additions 'or increases in the John and 1847 Rogers
. circles will General i Fund are an' increase forLibrary i I
follows: from $1,500 to $2,780 in-
: : T. T., Long crease "in relief allowance from Silver Plate JS
10 o'clock. $2,000 to 56,500 hospital service
D. E. Knight, f9r" ihdigents" from $8,000 to 21. Richard At A Great Reduction !
at 3:30 o'clock. o9, for recreation from '$700 to Plus
: A. F. Sans, $4,200 "and" for Publicity and Public -
at 3:30: o'clock. Improvement. from- $1,200 to "
'
I $4,300.The. -
: Fine and Forfeit.ureFund GEM J JEWELRY
h is again climbed with a total Harry
.
Last
met Tues of $94,326.29. year'sIf&F.
Midget t -* ++
: : to postpone budget totaled 7876403. "STARKE'S, LEADING. JEWELEir,
until. the four- i It is expected that millage wiUbeincreased '
All mem- to meet theproposed 109 E. Call St. Phone 170
be. present vat hjidget. by li mills. aver .last year, ,
,
to 17JJ5. '
.bringing, thetotal, ap '''' _.
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THUBSDAT, JULY 31, 1958 BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH, 8TARXE.; FLORIDA NOt m :::

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"" -, .- -- .: Mrs. Lowell Mathcro-' of Jacksonville I r: 1bT- Hart: spent Sunday amt Misses.Sylvfa Fault and'Maxine Voter SignupDeadline BuT' Turner. two runs in three t 1Ms-' bit:
Beach, and son, A3-C I Monday in Jacksonville; with rentive& Arjdrews spent Sunday, to Thursday ) The Lawtey team is made up of Lawtey will flay. Mtadiebur- .. '
Dennis:Mathews of, San Antonio I with their brother and sister; different age groups. One of the at the Lawtey Park Saactiy at' i

Ona&tilIN Texas were visiting- Mr.- 8Jl4 Ufs. i _Visiting Mr., and Mrs. N. S. \4. and Mrs. Ervin. Andrews,,, at Soon- -- outstanding younger players [age 2. p. m. Everyone werome with '
Carl :Mathews on, Monday ,' and I Dankel at Ferpa d41a. Beach on ,lew Swyma Beach, 12] is Johnny Prevatt, who scored admission r'., .

'Tuesday, Dennis will report' toUpntgomery. I Tuesday, were:Mrs.RUey- Wasdin .>Ir. and Mrs. Richard Cuff On County Books .... .
.
'Ala. on Aug. 9 for I and daughter, Linda; Mrs:. P. T.: ':nan{ Mrs. E;: 4 Badman and Kay '" ] .

THE r NEWS f further duty: Nolan Mrs Marie, Helms and ,3artett! ., wero in Washington. D. *It won't be, long now," says\ Stare-:the Profits 'In Stark ,
>
Mr and Mrs. E. P. Lee and sons family, Mrs. Jack Mahry and :; from Thursday, to Monday, ont Supervisor of Registration Marian .

f" -.... .,. 1ft .11'q .. p- ...,.,., .... r0 'spent last Thursday with Mr. and family, and Mrs: J. W. Furlong usiness-pletsura. trip*. 'I Crosby in reminding the public i 1 t v
I'Mrs BefQian.FmiBgim and.family.- Mr.. and.Mrs.. T. F. Hutto-an<< "Mr;, and Mrs. Howard Meyer ,that county registration hooks will I in

Mrs: Merrill,Edwards and children Miss Gaile Denn of Jacksonville in Live Oak. They visited the Stephen family cf Jacksonville spent Sunday :net;, scn. Jimmy, and Mrs Lola I. close,at 5 R. m on Saturday, Aug. ...
visited her sister Mrs. JamesKinc1iein was the weekend guest of Mr. I Foster Memorial while there: : to Wednesday' ;:"wftK: Mrs. L larbett an&; son. Buddy L ; of 9.,
Jacksonville Wednesday and'Mrs. Charles;Dinkins. : Mrs. Eula' ,Hollingsworth and S. Hutto. and family.Mr. '* I'
of reports
arke, Mrs Clyde Wainwright So far. Mrs. Crosby:
: ', The Methodist Youth Fellowship t Ms, ; Wj. C. Dennis of Fort White .. and' Mrs Brad Locke an 7&ycro5s: and Bill Potter of she has registered.only about 200 I"n

Graham Sale of Vah :sta is met Sunday night at the I were Saturday afternoon visitorsof son of Jacksonville'will visithe jinnlngfaam. Afo spent; Mondayo new voters, and "there should be

spending this week with Mr. and : Landrum cottage on KingsleyLake ,their sisters. Mrs. Kate Sheppard .- mother' Mrs. Sheltie, Hall on Sunday I Thursday cf; last; week: atSt..ugustine many more'' than, that." ....

Mrs, Guy Sale. I occupied by-the J. R. Wain- } and Mrs. E. C, Priest. .. ,.Beach. She. emphasized, however, that''
Mr. and Mfs. Frank 'Castleberry wrights. Mrs. Wainwright and Mrs. T. H.Osborne of. Houston,. Mr. and Mrs George Moxl- 3 Mr. and.Mrs. JOhnTorode and this-is not complete reregistraion FRIDAY, SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 2

of Aubumdale spent the first Mrs: Mack,L. Williams were hos Texas has spent the past: two, and children ofHigh: Point. N, C. amily are spending this month and those who were qualified ..

of the week- with, the Lawson: ,tesses. weeks with her parents Mr; and, will spend the first of the week'! it! one of the Torode cottages' on and voted in the last election do FRI. SAT. .
I
families.. Rev. Donald Kokomoor Is In. Mrs. A, Wood.. with Mrs.,L. S. Hutto and family lingsley.Lake. not have, to.register again. Only
Mr. and.Mrs..J. D. Doyle spent I Atlanta Ga. to officiate at, the Charles.Cooley son of Mr. and Sam and Ruth McAliley. have and-, Herbert Thomas, new'residents of; the county and ONLXPIECE
Mrs.
the weekend at Madeira Beach I wedding of Miss Elsa Loemker, Mrs. W P. Cooley of Kingsley spent, the past, weekwith their Mr. those who become of voting age .)
where M&;, Doyle attended the 1 youngest sister of Mrs. Kokomoor.Mrs. Lake will graduate Aug. 9 from grandparents, M('. and Mrs. Will$}& md daughter Kathleen' spent the since the last' election have to ,

Elks. State., Presidents planning.} KokPrnoor and fh1Mrfn..ate the U of F School of Engineering: Ivey, in.Gracevillfi.. ,, veekend'in the Scrub.Freddie -. register at this time. .....
meeting. also in Atlanta for several weeks : .. Crutchfield has return- ".
After sept 1 he will be,connected Mr. apd Mrs. Owen Vaughn, Mrs. Crosby she has
Mr. and ,Mrs.. J. P., Dill spent visiting her parents. with the State Water Board of were in Ocala today. 'to attend, 'd4, to his hpme WewaWtchka keeping' her says courthouse office beers

l the weekend in Jacksonville with Mrs. C. S. Haddock and family Virgin the funeral'of.Dock-Jarago. iffer'spending,"a month with his each Tuesday night from 7 ,'"
relatives. wcle.' and' aunt Mr. and Mrs.
are visiting relatives in st Louis: Gary. Cole returned home Sun I Mr. and Mrs; Henry Stefanelli toPe 9 o'clock for the convenience of
Mr. and Mrs. ,Ehrbar of 3erbert: Thomas.John. -- .
Eugene Mo. for two weeks. day after spending six. weeks in] have'had as guests,. Mary Coates : people who cannot get in during 1 -.

r Gainesville' were Sunday guests Attending, the Intermediates Toledo,;Ohio with his sister, Mrs. I and Mrs Teresa Foradori Rey- Allen Clark, of NeptuneBeach the' day. "But so far I have not < ...... ..
of Mr. and Mrs. James Groover. spent last. Thursday and
I camp at the Methodist Youth James Dreier. noldsvi ie. Pa.. and Mrs. Edith had a'singJe person to come in at '. .
I C. C; Burton of Orlando were in this week I of Savannah Caruso of Jacksonville Wednesday Friday with his grandparents, Mr.and .
Camp Leesburg ",are Miss Betty Gentry on night, the supervisor say GOODS .
I Tuesday'luncheon guests of their Martha Susan Ritch. Marcia Ga. returned to her home Monday of last week. Mrs. Foradori Mrs. I. E. Clark The office will be open again .

niece, Mrs. Alice Anderson, while Whittle, Marcia Haynes. Robert after spending the past three also spent the weekend ,with the I. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. next'T esday night, and during FESTIVAL .

enroute to Rome, Ga. to attend and James Langston, and, Gene I weeks with her grandparents, Mr. Stef anellis and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony and,daughter, Flora and Charlene he: 'regular hours next week, until -I ..' ,

I the funeral of an aunt. Mrs. S. : ,an4 Mrs. J. L. Gentry. Caruso of Jacksonville were Dennis, are at Lake Junaluska, N. S p:: m. August 9.Nine. I .

C. Terry, PassMr.. and Mrs. K. B. Caldwell I Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Kuhn I Sunday visitors' of the Stefanejli\ C. this week attending the,Methodist ..
Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of New
: 'and children of Memphis. Tenn. of old ,Kingsley Lake road have family. Layman's Conference Su- .
Port ,,Richy is spending the summer 'an Slade is spending the week Lawtey .
were overnight guests Saturday had as their guests for several Mr. and Mrs. S. Krasnowski of
,
with her daughter, Mrs. Marcus of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.Mrs. days Mrs. Fred Kegel of St. Pet- Wayne N., J. are spending the with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer -
:,Brown.arrive Miss Florence Brown Lonnie Futch, Mrs. Titus 1 I ersburg and Miss Mildred Harrisof weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. at Jacksonville Beach. Wins Landslide 36" PRINTS, FANCY & SOLIDS
will from Miami this weekend

Olson, and Mrs. C. D. Williams Salisbury, Md. Kauffman of Kingsley Lake. Dara: Goodson of St; Peters-
for the balance of the sum are in Lakeland this week attend Lt. Com. J. B. Branch Jr. of Guy Andrews and Albert Lee burg, is spending this week with Over ax' Team

mer.Mr. ing the Methodist School of Mis Dallas, Texas flew in Sunday fora Crosby were in Mayo-Sunday attending his wide and' aunt; Mr. and $
and Mrs. Charles Johns '
sions. few days visit with his brother ; the Third District Con- Mrs. Carl Roberts
have returned from two weeks The Lawtey baseball team won
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ference of the American Legion.' Dr. and Mrs.. M. C. Stith and
Ovid
Mr, and Mrs. Bennett
landslide 26-5
over
score
vacation, part of which was spentat by a 5
Ashevflle and Hendersonville Miss Margaret Rose Duncan and E. P. Renner. Miss Kate Struth had as guests I daughter, Sandra, of Falls Church, Winn-Dixie of Jacksonville on the YDS. FOR
N. C. Ray Goldwire spent Sunday at Mrs. D. E. Knight spent the over the weekend Utts. Den Cornell Va. ale guests for a month of Murray Hill diamond Sunday, af-
Bok Tower and Cypress Gardens. past week with her sister, Mrs and children, Scott and Laurie i Mrs. H. L. Brownlee in Starke ternoon. Mitch Brown pitched 8

Mr. and Mrs Robert Buntingof Larsen, in Lakeland. Paul of Massilloh,; Ohio, Mr. and c and at the Brownlee cottage at Innings for the winning team,
I
Health Facts Lakeland spent the weekend Knight of Coral Gables was alsoa Mrs. W. L. Edwards; Mr.; and'Mrs: St. Augustine Beach. They spent and Talmadge Lee was on the

with Mr. and Mrs; R. V. Chap- guest of Mrs. Larsen for two w G. Struth. and Mrs. Leah the first of the week visiting mound for Jacksonville,
days while his mother was theit. Bauknight of Jacksonville, and points of interest in South Florida
1.Public records prove that the YELLOW HOMESPUNGOOD
39"
Brown struck out 14
opposing
man.Mr. Stefanelli Mr. and Mrs. Martin Struth
Robert
W.
Quickest and most effective care and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsand Mr., and Mrs. and Miami
batters. The' leading batters for ,
for have moved from the and family of Gainesville spent and children cf Milton.Mr. .
headaches and backaches Is family Mrs. M. H. Colley and Mr. and
Friday with their and Mrs. Woodfin Haile and Lawtey were: 3rd baseman Tur- GRADE
Monday
through painless Chiropractic Sullivan house ,at 607 S. West- to parents 'Mrs. Burt hfcMahr returned Fri.
and S. S.
care moreland st to 318 W. LafayetteSt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell ''Nor- 'family of,Miami arrive this weekend 1 day from a two weeks trip. Mrs. ner also Harrington. $ .
Sullivan who had man and Mr. and Mrs. Henry to spend two weeks with his Lawtey won a double-
Mrs. Dolly Colley visited her son-in-law and
%. Since internal
organs are controlled header ,
on Sunday, July 20. scar
mother Mrs. W. G. Haile and '
,
Stefanelli.Mrs.
been working in Jacksonville, has daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Monte
b, nerves the normal function ingwinS' against Doctors
Inlet
Russell Norman, Mrs.T. will stay at the Stanley Noegel
of each ,organ can only be returned to her home on West A. Gurwit in Columbia, Mo., and [5-1: ] and Florahome 17-51. Mitch 5 J
FOR
assured when Chiropractic healthis moreland St. and is back at workat B, Harding Mrs. J. M.Mr.Vick-and cottage: on Kingsley Lake, while Mr. and Mrs. McMain visited relatives Brown pitched the first game, YDS.
Kate Sheppard,
ers, Mrs.
Koch's Drug Store here.Those in Bloomfield Ia. and James
applied,
; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Humber and Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Mrs.-J. P. Dill attending the Pioneer Miss Phillips was credited
Kathy French of Glen with the
3. Chiropractic care restores second game win over
Miles leaving of the Church of
Celebration Jesus
and,Mrs. E. F. are .
of Houston Texas were
son, Joe, Mills Pa. is the guest this weekof Florahome.
health thousands of He was relieved late
after
cases .
to attend Saints in
Mrs. Seeber today for Ridgecrest, N. C; Christ of Latter Day '
visiting Mr. and Col. and Mrs: T. T. Long. in the .
everything else has failed gamp bv Mitch Brown and
School
the Baptist Sunday Palatka last Saturday were Mrs.
of the week.
What Chiropractic has done for Goodman Mr. and the Mrs.first Woodrow Dees Conference for a week. W. H. Hart and daughter Kay: Buster spending Partin this of week Pensacola with Dave is SPECIAL -- Fri. and Sat. -- ONLY! :
other it may do for you. Saturday visitors Miss Marian Pennell returned to Joann Hen, Mr. and Mrs. Brow- ,
Consultation, without obligation, of Live of Mr.Oak and were Mrs. L. D. Green. her home in Boston, Mass. last ard Capps and family, Mr. and Long and Billy Dockstader. The /YGOTASUMMER r- .
Longs entertained at
picnic
Phone or Write A2-C Floyd R. Crosby Jr. of week after attending the funeral Mrs. Ellis, Thornton, Mrs., Nita a "
supper at the Officers Club Monday
DR. H..BOJJJNGER Shaw AFB S. C. is. home on 30 of her mother Mrs. Aslean Rig- I Dyal and Joe Smith.' A rodeo, barbecue evening for their guests.. COLI! STUMP'SDEPARTMENT ;
'
CHIROPRACTIC. OFFICES days leave prior[ 'to going.to Seattle don,, on July 13. I dinner, and horse racing
Wash where he will,be transferred Misses Sally Sink and Anne were enjoyed' during the day. '
728 &, University Ave., to,Alaska for a.year'sfur. Matthews will return Saturday Henry Williams Jr. of Panama Tickets Available TAKE666svrnp .

Gainesville Phone 6-3235 att spending two weeks with Canal Zone, former Starke resident -,At Shepherd's
ther duty.: for
Cleaners will be closeAug4 d I relatives of Miss Sink and friends has been promoted to Director I STORE ;
428 N. Walnut St Doyle" 9-wbile the PipIoJeestake' in Salisbury and,Lexington, N. C. of Army Education center;on Fon All-Star Game ati: -
to
Starke. Phone 10ft 'Mrs. B. A. Pope and children returned the Atlantic side of the Panama E. CALL ST. PHONE 100
a vacation. Tickets for the annual Florida 0
Sunday to their home in Isthmus. '
., Him School All-Star football.
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Norfolk, Va. after spending a Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr.
game on Thursday Aug. 7,
month with Mrs. Pope's mother, and daughters. Flora and Susan. are '- '

Store -the -Profits to Stor Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley Cot and Mrs. T. T. Long and'son, Radio available& TV.Tickets In.Starke at Shepherd's I fiore Profits In Stark ,
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Dave, and house guest, Miss Kathy
t 1 Lake.Mrs.. Dccia Marie McMillin of French, of1 Glen Mills Pa., Mr. will be $2 for adults
I St. Petersburg arrived Thursday and Mrs Clyde Sinclair, Mrs A. and 75 cents for students at the

I|to, spend several days with her Y. Covington and Mrs. A. I. Cov- U of F stadium the night of the

I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and ington of Puducah, Ky. were din- game, but if purchased in advancethe
Mrs J. L. Gentry and brother ner guests Sunday of Mr. and price is $1.50 and 50 cents.

Lacy Rigdon. Mrs. Charles Sawyer-at Jackson- Mike Goldwire, hefty BHS Tor-

Rev. W. S. McAliley leaves Monday ville Beach. nado tackle, wUl play in the All- \A' W' A '' ___________

for the Columbia Theological Mrs. Howard Meyer and son, Star game which will match _

AUGUST Seminary, Decatur, Ga. where he Jimmy will be visiting her moth- teams composed of outstanding i A
FRIDAY; SATURDAY 1,2 !, will continue work on his Master's fro Mrs. Clyde Wainwright i in players from North and South
-'
degree for three weeks. Waycross, Ga. over the weekend. Florida.

BOBBINS'' FINAL Student Leaders FRI., SAT., P I I 0,

.. Attend YouthWorkshop :AUG. 1,2

THEATRESTARKE /

FLORIDA I Franklin Hitch at, president U of F, and 2- PC. Living Room Suite 7-Pc Sofa Bed GroupSOFA


SAT., AUG. 2 ONLY SUN., MON., TUBS. Barbara Bates vice president of
the Bradford High School Student BED MATCHING CLUB
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Aug. 3, 4, 5 I
Council, 1-L
are attending the sixth "

annual Youth Workshop at the 1\\ .. CHAIR
lit niKn SUFI TIS UXT nautili I ...
University of Florida this week. -11 ._ 2 STEP TABLES COFFEE TABLE
AU ; < GLENN
Ja41e,
: FOP.Dl Designed to provide leadership

CATALINA SWIM,SUITS 7.00 QM IMITATIO training for outstanding teen-age is 2 TABLE LAMPS
GENERA representatives from high school

xnd recreation centers, and church ,
a &. Club Chair
Sofa Large
All SUMMER DRESSES 5.00 0- .:,6Bfd9'ytk.R.' ..T..A.EUIUiMNIOtf ... youth groups throughout the state y Regular 208.70 Value
,.
"
and arbo I the five-day"program is conductedby TO MATCH
Values, to 14.93
mcua! Plus "Lucky Dog" Cartoon the General Extension Divisionof


All LADIES' SKIRTS 1.99 battles forb frontierCNtposaI, Wed\, ,Thur.' Fri. an Florida.A address highlight. on of youth'and the program civic was REGUtAR.$1l9.95Special Sale Price Only 149.95Many

.Aug.. 6.. 7,8
All LADIES' BLOUSES 1.49 _, responsibility by Justice StephenC Sale Price 89.95
O'Connell of the. ,,Florida, Supreme Colors To Choose From
t + Court.
Ladies' SHORTY SHORTS 1.49 nx Nearly 400 students participated

M 0ha.en't in the week's activities .. 7- pc: FOAM RUBBER LIVING ROOM BROUa'

4 t .. .
All HANDBAGS. (plus tax) 1.49jCHlLDRENS' IEfUlUC-PIC1IJII$ j jNa.

.. yon, COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
hathl Sofa and Matching Club Chair.
; DRESSES, from 1.49ChileniCakalina ,

With-Full Foara'Rnbber Cushions'
," "a- Shalbert Hqzier.and..,Carrie Mae t
SWIMSUITSX49 :;, Bryant are free, pn ,5QQ.l>bnd earl 2 STEP TABLES 1 COFFEE TABLE
4 4 ,'.:- F slrwr- xrr. ..__ aftef! ,char i.wijta lewd and las j

\.' tad tsiocl ; ciytouf,behavior,, according to the 2 TABLE LAMPS

Boy,' Ca 1in SWIM SUITS' from 1.49, 'docks:, 9f: County Judge'. T.,A. 1
Plus "Mutts ,About Racing"Cartoon. Yawn 1 1 Regular] 248:70

.' AND.CQU I AIao f-.1a4 ,.week,, Raymond H.: NOW ONLYSAVEt58:75'On.Tfeis
GIRJL& BERMUDAS. 199: ..- Boy$rt and:Eulie?, E.,Rogers were
-'i All Seats for.this Picture" will, eite for: Wf1tJm} ? proP;

All ..adi.af.UMMER.SANDAIS 1.99All > "film 1 be,:6oc.AJ.L,DAY.Recommended ex! ,passing /charfw werp filed : Group I:89.95: :

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1 for Adults, against.Leornarda.. M. Magelu

; .:adje '.S_PRESS SHOES.- 1.99.. t I ;,'., Only T'hOmasPatricktcclane Wirt..Noblev: Mepnie., Lees,tanuns Jones t' '

= -' .' : Bellamy,' andjr Kenneth i JamesBlaclnvelite.wbq LIMITED QUANTITY SOFAS & CHAIRS

Boyf' ._ .ratfly? y "EDjof, ,A'IOY, -e,,Tofligll ed.with speeding YOUR CHOICE OF BLONDE ORMAHOG ANY TABLES YOUR CHOICE QF

= 1.49 1- .. ,, An, lafj3daviV ,was"-,Jssud B. j. MANY COLORS',AND STYLES ON LAMPS.
BCyj' S S1e ye..sH.TS. : -
!P.t Crews fochavinE aodriver's licensa I
and,,up, OPENING:TIME:, Use Our Budget Plan --- Free Delivery
( ), { IDiECINEMA.ScocA Me ,. Throng tFrL] 1:45,,PJL nd driy' g!_* tatfucateWillj ;
__,_ __ Harria, was; charged with
h' Saand Sun. ............ 12i5. '
..JI : At"Delunark
REGULAR PRICES: mIk"amtusing profane $ s A Fact You Can Do Better

Adults. Matinee ............ toe ,language ,
ROBBINS'"The x JEFFREY Adults, Evenings ,........... 5flc Joe' MurphY'was' charged with
: HUNTER 'c1ilJdl D. AIT'Day' .......... 15* using s motor'vehicle without thecwner's I Furniture' Co
!NIGEL Hon. Through Friday: consent, Lester M. Gatlin
I with of under
I t PATRICK- Students .......*........,.. 25eTffl "disposing rrpperty with ...,. >.
lien, Clyde ,Sanders having ,
Store of Values" Plus Puss and, Boots", Cartoon 6:00 PJL .
jjgi >Ashing license,with. juyi. William wortfi-t:. 434 436 West Call l St. PHONE 151 Starke, Florida
> Bigffanj" writing a
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.' ""I--- '._ .. I lea check.-
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PAUl BIX ,BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH. 8TA .KE. FLORIDA inUBSDAY, JULY 31, '1958
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Vote Voided Glenn Ford StarsIn "Jet Pilot".Stars' Is in reality' a top Soviet agent. NOTICE TO DEFEND and file the original m the office of cause and you are hereby required
!. Circuit Court. Bradford C.i>ty. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or serve a copy of your answer or plead-
'
Before ,the picture reaches its Florida !. Chueery. before the Ing to.the complaint on the Plaintiff
New Fun Film Wayne And LeighAt thrilling conclusion in the clouds, Notice Te Appear: 23 day of June, 1958; I Florida Title Building, /dcksonvill Zf
On,New StateConstitution lou are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said Florida and file the original in tM
At Florida SundayChock Park TheatreHoward there 'is continuous suspense,' suit for divorcehas complaint wUl be taken as confessed office of ,the Clerk of the Circuit
before the 9 day of JunOiun
been filed against In the Court on or
drama,. no little, comedy and exciting you by you. ; otherwise the Allegations of
above named Court and and
full of typical G. I. humor Hughes' "Jet Pilot," the scenes of .jet.action which you are required to serve cause copy of This notice shall be publishedonce said Compl'tlnt will be taken as confessed -.

R E.MST, 1Iii !, ; a rollicking new film, "Imita. most talked about 'air picture in surpass any yet captured by the your answer or pleading to the com- each week for four consecutive This by notice rou.shall It published one*

FlorfelaV proposed, new constitu- -- tion General," starring Glenn many years will.be the attractionat Technicolor cameras. plaint sonville on the Z, Florida Plaintiffs weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph each week for four coi.t>ccutt\e weeks

tion haa-'teen stricken from the Soil Conservation Fcrd. arrives Sunday at the Flor- the Park Theatre this Sunday Dated. this 16 day or May 1S5S.OFFICIAL In Dated the Bralford this 2 day County of May Telerrtph., IS5J.; "

forthcoming General Election bal- N-E-W-S ida Theatre for a three-day run.. through Tuesday. John Wayne, --- ( SEAL) (COURT SEAL) DARBY. I I
CHARLES A.
lot by the Supreme Court. Bill Haas It tells the story of a sergeant and Janet Leigh have the starring Charles Clerk A. Darby of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court. t
By
It ruled that, the Florida Legis- Soil Conservation Sen'Ice who doesn't know he's a hero, but roles and are ably supported by rnleEitin9 scfipthes_ ; By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

lature had, in effect, proposed a takes a vital gamble when he impersonates the U. S. Air Force. LifebyJackHunm -

general revision of the !basic law Bradford Soil Conservation Dis a general during a Sixteen months of aerial film Lift That Ennobles '

and. 'declared .that this can ''be I trict has entered the national Soil crucial episode of the Battle of ing alone was devoted to the fly- NOTICE TO DEFEND W. C. T. U.

done only b'y a constitutional con- Conservation Awards program the Bulge in' World War II.- ing'sequences in' order to get on I. Circuit Court .Bradford. C..al",

vention. sponsored by The Goodyear Tire Co-starred with Ford are Red the screen the full canvas of real- ,,, THiS ONE THING i ;i iS Florida: I. Ch TO crjr.NOTICE APPEAR "'THE ONLY WAY TO :tX: >N-

The court said'that the so-called I& Rubber Company of Akron. Buttons in his first film since his ism and thrills demanded by How- I DO L/M.J.73 S3; You are hereby notified that and a THOU THE UQQUOR TRAFFICIS
'd lJy chain" mterloCkmg tile re- suit for divorce care custody
Ohio, it was announced by District Academy Award winning role in ard Hughes, one of the nation's support of minor child alimony and TO KILL FT.
vision amendments to form a Chairman Foster Shi Smith of Sayonara. Feminine interest is top aviation authorities and' the court costs has been filed againstyou '(NATIONAL ;)
and
Court
the'above named
'In
deal made it "plain that
package provided by Taina Elg who be- "
Starke. producer of "Hell's Angels, greatest -
the would constitute 'a re- -
plan came a star overnight in Les Girls. air epic of its earlier day. But
Members of Bradford District -

and casting this, of we the think whole it was constitution proposedto will compete against other soil Another prominent role is playedby blended with-such spectacular se- Sell It Rent It Trade It

conservation districts in the state. the teen-age favorite, Dean quences are the drama and suspense -
accomplish only by a conven-
Ncn-partisan judging committees Jones. of espionage operations, romantic -

tion.. |selected from Florida's outstand- Master Sergeant Murphy Savage comedy .with a full flavor
ruled that
.The court no public TO! A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
:money can. be spent, to put the ing'exponents of the soil conser- makes his decision (A. impersonate' of wholesome sex. and action $

revision program, as adopted by vation movement, will determinethe Brigadier General Charles scenes behind the Iron Curtain. I

the Legislature, ,before the people state's outstanding districtfor I Lane [Kent Smith]' because he "Jet Pilot" revolves around the ZO WORDS OR LESS One Insertion (Hlftimm Charge) _.1 ?? .TEACH >

in' the November election. the period May 1, 1958 to is convinced that the sudden romantic conflict of American jet ,iiI ADDITIONAL WORD O\'ERO f-.._ _.___ 4e Per Weri

I April 30. 1959 on a' basis of total death of the general, if it became officer John Wayne and Soviet 1 : DISCOUNT. ON REPEAT INSERTIONS !SAME AD

I points scored in performance of known, will make the difference pilot Janet Leigh, when he is assigned :: 23e: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS' NOT PAID Hf A \'AlIICIL

City RegistrationTo !regular district duties. between victory and defeat when to take her' under I his

End August 9 Grand award for one memberof groups of U. S. Soldiers, separated wing, after she lands illegally at :' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ______ 11.25: Per lack First IaurII.m
'
the winning district governing from their divisions and aimlessly a U. S. air base in Alaska, in orderto 110M PER INCH FOR surE AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE!: TIMES

' City registration books will body in each,of the 50 competing roaming the French countryside, get all possible informationfrom t f 4 t CARDS OF THANK (Up T. 50 Words) -_____ -.r_ ._._ u.ot

- close at noon Saturday, Aug. 9, units, and the top cooperating are caught in a German pocket. her on Soviet air,power for OVER 50 WORDS __________h______ 4 Crate Per Word '

for. the forthcoming city election farmer or rancher named by that With ingenuity and the ability the FBI and U. S. Military In- MEMORIALS! AND RESOLUTIONS ---, 4 Celt* Per Wr4

on'Sept. 9.. district, will be an expense-free to laugh himself out of danger, telligence.As .

The books are open in the city vacation trip to Goodyear's fabu- Murphy aided by his side-kick, Wayne introduces her to the FOR RE Furnished first floor FOK SALE-Fenta process treated

hall each weekday from 9 a. m. lous winter resort the Wigwam Corporal Chan Derby [Red Buttons -American[I way of life and such apartments. Close in desirable lo fence poets 4 miles North on 301.

to 5 p.,m.,.except, on Wednesday Guest Ranch on Goodyear Farms, ], fools his comrades into be- luxuries in food and clothing as cation.Nollman All 228 :W.conveniences.Madson St.W.ttchg H. Green Bakken Post Co. UcbC

and Saturday ,when the hours are Linchfield Park, Arizona in November lieving him.to be the general and she has never known, he fall in WE HAVE a new loan program for
turns what might hace been chaos love with her. FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart. farmers. Loans of 1 to S year
9 a. m.. to, 12 noon. or December, 1959. Although she pre- ment. Large living room, dining for the entire credit require
The deadline for qualifying Members of the Bradford district into a valiant hand when he tends to respond to his ardent room and kitchen. Gas heat. Telephone ments of the farmer ana his family -
.
candidates in the City Election is governing body who will com- knocks out an enemy artillery love.qu klne. he discovers that she Jefferson installed.St. Call 99-W. 429 tfchg w Gainesville Production Credit
Association Iljrth
VO
Main
noon Tuesday Aug. 19. Three pete for the Gcodyear award'are: spotter's post and subsequently I Gainesville'Fla. tfchg

seats on, the City Council and Foster Shi Smith, Sam McGarvey,. engineers a tank battle in which : bricking ex-sergeant Orville Hut- Must TWO be SALES experienced.LADIES Good WANTED pay. Apply ---

the post of Chief of Police are up Lloyd Green, J. B. White and Zed- the Germans are ambushed.In chmeyer [Tige Andrews!, who has Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church Nick's Fruit Stand. Ztp 7-.il J II RADIOS Hakes -REPAIREDAll AU Ke1ateaioaable

for election at this time. ra Hamilton. the course of his adventures been gunning for him. REAL ESTATE I\I Charges .......te..

Only two contests have developed National winners of the Good- Murphy turns a scared fledging SHEPHERD'S Inm.., Green RADIO. Owner A TV
so far: Soil soldier [Dean Jones] into a fight- New homes for Starke Construction -! 22' W. Call St. Pk .e :dSI..ke.
year Conservation Awards started this week ; must be completed -
,Ben C. Hcltzendorf, acting will be honored at the seven el and falls in love with Simone by October 1st., all are three Fla. _____
and Sweat former regu- I Taina Elg], young French farm bed room houses 8 have two baths 4: FOR SALE II In
Chief, Riley ; a lar x 11 ft. steel
area meeting of the National 5 have garages, 8 have car jx rta and
policeman? fcand deputy. sheriff, Association of Soil Conservation girl, whose house serves as his all are built on the most modern i culvert pipe, $1.25 ft ALSO ButUJt
lots
Ing for Bale la 8 iith Gate
have both qualified as candidatesfor headquarters. And in the story's plans. Prices range from $11.160.00to I.
Districts. Plaques will be awardedat clown low Subdivision. Low down payment.
13460.00 ; payments as
Chief of Police. I humorous ending, he routs not I I Low monthly payments. BILLY
only
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State Conventions to the 100 y as $360.00 and monthly payments as ,
W.I1. [Billyl'Noegel. incumbent first and second place winning l the enemy but also his own : ). .',:' low make as your$67.50.reservation See the today.plans and Truck JACKSON Lines.Phone 115, c/o ttchgi Central

Councilman running in'Group I districts. personal antagonist, the gold-
One. has qualified for reelection Two story two apartment house ONE BEDROOM furnished apart
i : with complete furnishings, situated on ments for rent. Phone 115, W.
: T
and is.'opposed; by Orie. A. Wig- ,.' :><:""..;:.:;._....-..'.... >' Walnut Street within one block of I Jackson. tfchff
gins. the Post Office. This substantiallybuilt
1.-- ;<{: : ; : LOWEST PRICE house will yield a nice incomein GENUINE ENGRAVED Weddtar In-
1.j" WORLD'S
f ,
HQi il' addition to spacious living quartersfor vitatlons with double envelopes 100
PATIENTS ADMITTED TO -...... the owner. We are offering this for 2195. Bradford' County Telegraph -
BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL' house and furnishings at a real bar- tf
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: .
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':._" .: '' t gain.
: "I SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for
The following patients were admitted I i '1f Lots on west shore of Kingsley Sale. Guy Andrews, Phone 383 or
to Bradford County Hospital : .. + :*', a Lake. Best fibbing, boating and swim I 379W. tfchy
:: 'l ming. Maps, prices and terms may
during the last week: .", ..... ... '- ( : J f' :. be bad at our office. Let us show Announcing the opening, >f Used
'" 'i' 'T these beautiful lots Building Supplies. Unit Umber of
today.
Marie Melton, Marjorie Few of f '0.t you all types windows, doors plumbing,

Keystone Heights, Lester Warren. ..;'. .J.': ili' '. The time to buy is when people used tin roofing. Used Cypress
Robert Earl Brooker of Waldo, t .. .. :. :,. : want to sell. benches, ideal for any outdoor use,
'>;'" .':"' 'I MACHINEtheSMITHCORONA
f' < : ) [.: FINE QUALITY ADDING $1.00 pern., 8 to 12 ft. long. Phone
Laura Qoolsby Merren Charles .: :;:; iI! : i FLORIDA REALTY CO. 165, W. T. Jackson Transfer, c/o
i : ..;... ....,:.....,. Central Truck Lines tfcng'
Lizenbee. L. Price'of '
; Larry Key- .H..l ". OF STARKE
.
stone Heights, Hazel Ponds of t -: .F IK N. Walaat St.. Tel ill (Old). FOR SALE Exercycle." practically

Gainesville. Gregory Gaunt of \ rt.!1:friFrYiI 5 .. :(:' : S (New) Dial WO 4-8301 new. ; New price $400. Sale price
:e
.. $250. Terms. Call Keystone Heights
i- .,.. : I Starke, Florida '.
Jacksonville and ,Juanita Mattoxof i.\j '. .."'itiJ.: :..: .. :.' :'. 2362.:: 4tcJig 8-7
...,. .:: :.:. >: : ..
Ralford. '''' .. rttE.tJ
{ .'."".''';':<':-.'_ ..,, :::_;: : WANTED-Paper' hanging and
Also':. Beatrice GriffIS Marjorie : NOTICEI painting. Estimates free./ Phone

Jean Smith of Lake Butler, Ella I : .!' 6MO' I debts will made not be by responsible anyone other for than any Keystone Heights 1U1. 4tchg '-1

Mae Rhoden of Hampton Randal il'jft.: S : '1 :r. 1 : myself Robert E Siemer. 2t 7-31: FOR RENT-Two large bedroom
.. rS unfurnished house. Modern conven.iencles -
Zane Brooks Cecil Ann Connerof ; l. MEN WOMEN, COUPLES: from. and back screened
: ; TO TRAIN FOR POSITION AS
Lawtey, John Edward Coxof 'J.' porches, on.Hampton Lake. Adult$
.
MOTEL MANAGERS
Lake- Geneva Rita Elizabeth only. No pets. L. A. Wynn Hamp.
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..., 6pnln... 'hn. .. ton Fla. 2tp 7-31
Stokes 'Brooker ; s'S Y o can .uo a t .u. e in y our
Juanita Scott. ... time for position.
spart profitable
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Minnie L e'Ridaught' of Keystone "And the bestpart, Mabel, the <.. .. ,i : ''. Husband and' wife- can study together FOR furnished RENT home.Very on nice Kingsley 2 bedroom Lake.
for tution. This training -
Heights Edith A. Harris of Hawthorne one Circulating heater garage.pier and
: ; ; is responsible for
,
Geraldine Knight of I ... Yr '. program folk -being profitably employed boathouse. Available Sept 1 to
will how many
.
neighbors never know June 1. Contact Carl Johns, Phone
.
} ... ,. as Motel Managers. Box tffTig
Brooker Lydia Marie Mitchell of : \ 20 or 45.
; ;;.;t' : !8Z3-E Starke, Fla. Ztchg 7-Z1 .
Raiford, Georgia A. Russell. Ed- little for Me -. 'r I WANTED TO BUY -. Cattle for
mund Stewart of Brooker Pansy we paid our big ury. WANTED-Housekeeper., room. and ,stocking ranch. ., Any kind. Contact.
board and small salary. Apply Van Phone 102.
J. R. Wainwright.
Lillian Griffis, Geraldine Yemenon : Patel 954 N. Temple Ave. Phone Stchg H84FOtl
r-.t: :
.
: 128-W and 1ft ring ltchg
Griff, Blanche B. Edwards, 1ro '
: : SALE Doberman Pinsher
and Leona T., Brown. ; FOR SALE-Pineapple Pears. Ripe pedigree pups weeks
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Colored admissions were: Sol '. I. W. Andreu. North Butler Rd. Rt and $35. May b seen at
'1" 2. Box %44. ltp 4th Ave., Gainesville, phone 2-14.
Sippo AUbright, Ardene Cooper of 2tchg 7-31

Melrose James Smith Mable '< .: ,. .f 5 MAMA PRIEST kindergarten will
u....<. ,I. JIo" hold open house and registration Aug.
Aaron Early, and Nellie Thomp- \ : 28 from 9 to 12 o'clock in Presbyterian FOR SALE-20 acre farm 2 1-% miles
kins of Lawtey. f / :' : church Bring child with you. from town, concrete block house, 4
} : : Mrs Clyde Priest 4tchg 8'21' rooms and bath. Water and lights.
( r sv.t t .,-4 !tl'1.-- ". Part cash balance terms to be arC -
NOTICE: TO DEFEND :: ; :. LOST-Man's Longine gold watch raneed A. Fiitrh Realtor >tp' !. tlrralt ; ::< ; Saturday or Sunday. Reward. Mrs.
Ceart. Bradford County, : : : .
"4 2 bedroom concrete
w F. Colley Kingsley Lake phone FOR SALE
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: rhaarrry.NOTICE .... Up block furnished or unfurnished houseon
lull iz.anil I' 't vorkir %711.
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TO APPEAR ::4i. : ,: wa ,: approximately 30 acres. Call L.
You are hereby notified that' a suit 'PRICES.START BELOW 42 MODELS OF "LOW-PRICE 3"LMDA ,.'.,, white 9116-J, night ,3(9-W
FOUND Yellow male Chow M. Gaines. day
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named Court and< cause .l.-:, : 91195 female hound. Owner may have r
and you are required to worl kir.J. '
serve a copy '
; off
every by paying board and advertising cost.Pnntart HOUSES FOR SALE to be moved
of your answer or pleading to the .
City Police Itohg Hlway 301 north of Starke. Please
complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Plus contact Herman Hartley, JAke City,
Tax
the original In the office of the Clerk 210, 'AliI"'" 41 3tf+g Hi 14
of the Circuit Court on or before the MERCURYM9GRIFF FOR SALE-Two 1956 Chevrolet Fla! rail (
4 door. Good tiresr: Good condition.
4 of z
day Aueubt. 1958 ; otherwise the ,
$550 each take you choice. Terwille-
allegation of said Complaint will be ear Motors Itthg FOR SALE-Used] RCA Television.
taken as confessed by you. 406 N. Walnut St ltp
This notice shall be published once BAnGAIN-Home and General Repair
each week for four,consecutive weeks MERCURY MOTORSPhone business. F. Gase. 511 W. Brownlee CONEY ISLAND opened under new
tn the Bradford County Telegraph. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH St starve, Fla 4tp 8123: I management For Rent-Four 2 room
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA j IO _




.- .- STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY;; JULY 31, 1958 I



Baker Named Lake Geneva P.M.; State Prisoners .f F:. a


Begin Work _____ 1-IAGUI' W ggils yxI IR

New Post Office To Constructed I On Creek BedA ,


Wm. E. [Bill] Baker, veteranof rY BASEBALL GAMES turns
squad of 13 trusties from the
World War II and lifelong resident -
of Lake Geneva has received State Prison, in charge of Prison P The Keystone Heights Little
the appointment as post- Guard W. H. Morgan started work League baseball team has com-

master of the third class post of- Monday morning cleaning cut the pleted its regular schedule with a From .
ice cne mile south of Keystone channel of Gator Creek from Magnolia ttI fine record of winning all league

Heights on State Roard 100. 9x Lake to Brooklyn.The games, and losing only one non-
prisoners began at the league encounter.
Baker was cne among five tak- Tour
ing the examination for the Lake mcuth of the Magnolia: outlet This Friday afternoon at 4:30: >
Geneva postmastership about two and by Tuesday afternoon had I o'clock en the Keystone diamond,
years ago and placed second in r crossed Treat Road still on the the Little Leaguers will play an 4

the final. scoring. He was 'topped Camp Blanding reservation. 4 exhibition game, against a team QJ
only by' his father, Tracy W. After they complete the clearingof a. composed of the star players from

Baker, who bypassed the appoint- i the creek bed from Magnoliato 4r3r the four ether teams in the league

ment In favor of his son. Brcoklyn, they will tackle the This will be the inj game of the Mexico a
The new postmaster will take channel trom Sand Hill Lake to season unless some practice gamesare
buildingto T Magnolia in an effort to speedup scheduled later..
office as soon .as a new
the flow of water into dimin- Topped By Uncle Dave
house the office Is completed.This 3 Two game with Melrose were
and is ished Lake Brooklyn. It is estima- played this
is being rushed expected week. Monday's en .
to be completed around ,, ted that,it will require four weeksto ersHaV' ReunionA counter at Melrose, was a non-'i
complete the job. Long-lived
15.
August
league game and was won by Key- ,
The work being done consists
At present the post office is I stcne 249. Veazy Walker and
mainly of cutting out underbrushand
located in one room of the homeof removing'fallen trees and other -I total of 342 years of living is noted for their longevity. The old- Corbett Terrell shared honors on
Miss 'Lillian Gentry, who has the mound for Keystone, and Bob
obstructions that tend to create represented by the three brothersand est brother, Sanford A. Baker
served as acting postmaster, since sand bars. 'Only hand-tools are one sister in the above group died about two years ago at the Morgan caught.In Mr and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins of than he had been 'on previous
the death of her mother, Mrs. Ida being used and the State Armory pictured at the annual Baker age of 101. Tuesday league game on the Keystone Heights are pictured trips. After visiting Mexico City.,
Gentry, about two ,years ago.: Board has specified that the levelof Family Reunion held at Keystone Sunday's'reunion was "the larg- home field Keystone' again downed above with the handsome sterling I he and Mr. Lewis went on the
The new post office will be located the creek bed must not be Beach last Sunday. Seated are est in. recent -years,. with almost Melrose by a score of 63. Cor silver punch bowl and 12 silver historic and ancient city of Teh-
on property belonging to T. lowered. [tl-rl] Mrs. Bessie Simmons, 75, of 150 members of. the family at- bett Terrell was the winning pit- I punch cups that Mr. Wiggins uonpec on the isthmus:They report -
W. Baker across the highway 1 It is believed that clearing will Gainesville: Harry Baker, 86, Island tending. cher, while Tony Brault and Bob .I brought home as a memento of that this country is trulya
from the Gentry home. It,will be materially increase the flow of Grove. David [Uncle Dave] Morgan took. turns behind: the his recent six-weeks tour of Mex- "Garden of Eden" but that the
built by the Bakers and'leased to water into Brooklyn Lake. It was Baker 97. Ocala and the, third TO THE VOTERS plate.: ico. people are so backwardthey farm
the government for, post, office ..... recently reported that'water was brother [standing, right] Prank OF' CLAY', COUNTY In last Friday's game with Accompanying Mr. Wiggins on with their machetes [large

Quarters.Of WM. E. BAKER newly appointed leaving Sand Hill Lake at the Baker, 84, Vero Beach. Also pictured ,1 Johnson on the home field. Key- the'' trip, his seventh to Mexico knives].
cement block construction are the two officers of the I want'yoU'all to know that I stone brought victory born of
Geneva post- 4.7 cubic feet. second,
Lake rate of per I was Jess Lewis also of Keystone Outside of the tourist centers
the new building will ,have a 24- Baker family organization who am very grateful and I thank defeat in the 5th inning of Sinning
at a -
master is pictured above and the flow out of Magnolia was each and Heights. Mr. Wiggins is owner of things are very cheap, Mr. Wiggins -
foot front, and about 15 feet deep.It 3.7 second. the time the were re-elected at Sunday's meet- every one'of' you. especially game. water plant
By the Keystone Heights
office bull( per ''
site'of ll1K. ,
post he
new Connell of Orlando, the people of my district I says.-and estimates, a per-
will be of modern construction, water reached Brooklyn, however, ing: Ernest for With a score of-10.1 for John- and Mr. Lewis is a retired bottled
X marks the spot where: con- chairman; and Mrs. H. T. Godwin, permitting me to return to son could live there.. on, $50 a
with flat roof. the flow had diminished to 1.7 the son in the 4th, the Keystone team soft drink executive. I ,
J struction will begin. cubic feet per second. A faster Starke, secretary-treasurer: for a School full term Boaid'District Three, rallied to make six runs. The win- This summer's tour took Mr. month He purchased his punchbowl :

I flow of water will prevent so much The Bakers are pioneer settlersof unopposed. ning hit was by Kenny Terrell in Wiggins farther south in Mexico 1 t and cups nearthe' Mexican
I shall
loss by seepage it is believed. this part of Florida and are continue to work for the the 5th, bringing- two RBI's I silver mines and states that he
Cleaners & Washeteria
YJ Keystone --- betterment of our schools cher was Jim Crews with Larry 1 '
( and givir; the home team a thrilling paid less than half of what they
'Wt'lQ'] Phone 3121 For Delivery Service will do'all in my,power to justify 11-10 victory over the hardfighting Corbett as receiver.
the would cost In this country.
i confidence you have placed in well-trained Johnson nine. The scheduled game with Haw-
SAVE with Cash and Carry KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS me. The winning battery, Corbett thorne on-July 23 was,called be- YOU'LL LOVE tt: new Ester.

Gratefully Terrell pitcher, and Bob Morgan, cause of rain, and this Wednes- brook purse-size (fountain' pens la
By Mary K, Schatffer, substituting for Mary" Young A. E. [Bud Anthony Jr. catcher, held the losers to no runs day's encounter with Green Cove pastel ahades. Only Jlto a) Bradford

I I L Member Clay County after the 3rd inning. Losing pit- .Springs was cancelled. County Telegraph.IF .
School I.Board: ,
Non-Drinkers Only! I'MANY ,DmroVDIENTS'I I cii authorized. expenditures of $100 '. .
WILL MARK OPENING I to' defray expense of recreation -

Substantial Savings (Up To 35 Per Cent) OF NEW SCHOOL TERM vising directors baseball in cOaching activities./'and Meeting super-.;

In something less than four adjourned at' 10:30 p.m; McDUF CANDO
B- FOR NON.DRINKING, DRIVERS .- I weeks, the children of our town, LOCAL WOMAN WINS
ON THEIR CAR INSURANCE amid unconvincing protests and '!V PRIZE

good-natured grumbling, will be Mrs..Lena Clemens* of Hillcrest,

,For Details ,- Write Call or See. .starting,.. school-ward, for anqthe{ hal been.:;i-otllied..thatsbe; ,'wpn..a, t
year 'of' learning; "The' opening prize on Mubic! -Bingo a fairly
c WAr TH INSURANCE' AGENCY date is August 27, according' to new 'program that .comes' on: '
Principal Robert'C: Knox: Any Thursday uisnV Your correspondent IT SO CAN IWE!! I

Phone 2731 Keystone Heights, Fla. one visiting the school that first must comes that with the
day will see that the place has best intentions in the world, the
had a face-lifting, and dl1I'inJt.the. lut* slept I through each presentation ,
vacation months, there has been to date but will be spurreden

LAKE FRONT SPECIALS '..- much activity. Floors in the main to do bettor now that il is .
building have been sanded and known that' cne can'win. Usuallyit L. BIG' 11CUFT I 1 HOTPOINT I
White Sand Lake A Good Investment varnished; there is a new electric'clock is someone in Nebraska or New -
and bell-system.and; a fine York who wins contests, so it j is
LOTS AT $1250 library is ready for use. Cataloging nice to know that someone locally 1 FULLY DELUXEREFRIGERATOR
and classifying of books is under has done to. Sc let's all play .f
These lots are easily" reached,,require little clearing, and the direction ,or Mrs. Carl i Bingo'on Thurscay*evenings.Eslrallita ,
W: truP.;'a former New York State .I Club To Hold 4 I
next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"s. FREEZER
librarian and Miss. Emma Kate Chicken Barbecue i s

Mansfield one.of, the teachers in 'On Saturday evening, Aug 9,

E. MCKAYREALTOR our school. Mrs. Roy Watkins, Keystone Beach will be the sceneof Regular Price 299.95
president of Keystone Heights festivities when the Estrllita I
Woman's Club, as well as a former Club of Keystone Heights will i...I
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 )t
teacher at the P. K.Yonge Lab- sponsor a Chicken barbecue supper ( Redfearn's SENSATIONAL OFFER
oratory School has advised on the proceeds of which will be

book selections. The library is added to the Masonic Buildmg .'?. .
housed in the main building. The fund. The Supper will be served

new classrooms'wW be ready for I from 5:30: to 7:30: and adults.will ;, R
ji Prescription Service occupancy; both modern with pay $1.25 each, while they can ,,: 1 r L: $
up-to-date conveniences and lake their children for 75 cents K M '
equipment not found in the main each. In addition to the delicious ,,' 199
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4 building. August 27, 28, and 29 dinner, there will be.luscious desserts "

CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS sill be half-days for the pupils. on sale, made by some of the 1 )
The first full day will be Tuesday, best cooks in town: : ,!.
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Sept. 2. when the cafeteria will Candidate for political offices ',
d 2161 2281 : ? ;
(Day) (Night) .
\ j be open. Due to rising costs have been invited ,and will be allowed EXCHANGE -
<. SODA FOUNTAIN- meals will be 30 cents'each, or to speak after.the barbecue. :,)
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$1.50 for a five day week, payablein Fireman's Ball Set. '-J.. v
Toiletries Sundries. -Beach Supplies advance each Monday. A new For SatUJ'daJ'Nlrht, k
schedule carefully studied and The 7th Annual Fireman's Ball
BELO T.E DRUG STORE, planned by the' faculty of Key- will sponsored by the Keystone Big 68 Ib. Frozen Food Storage Capacity 4
stone Heights School, will be instituted Heights Volunteer Fire Dept. on '$
Deep Door Stainless Steel Shelves .Full Width .
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this year in grades 4 Saturday evening, Aug. 2, at Key-
Lawrence, Boulevard- ,. .. through 8. This>schedule has stone Inn. Festivities '''will beginat Vegetable Crisper 5 Year Warranty Unit.
been designed to advance students 9 pjn.: It will be'nice to see
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from last year's achievement lev- signs of life around the Inn again.

el, as shown by?results of the It has been a 'sad and sorry sight
1957-58 Standard Tests, and the ever since that Sunday night in '
teachers' recommendations. An MODEL 62 CD MATHES.HI FI t '
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NeedYour Hot Water? athletic program, under the direc- DECORATOR SERIES; _x =r
: tion of a physical. education .: .. .II. -
teacher, will, be- another new -'-' '

feature added to our school this EASY x 5
249.95 TERMS
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Cooperative Sells and Installs year. Most of ,this is possibly due LEE'S DRIVE-IN .
to the efforts of our principal, Mr.

Knox who is young,. enthusiastic, EREE WITH PURCHASE '-, TEN COLUMBIA .
Electric Water Heaters energetic, and Out THEATREPhone -
", ambitious. LP ALBUMS YOUR CHOICE ; :
town: may be justifiably proud of E
for its, Consumers.. !' its school 4113 A Magnificent: Musical Masterpiece. French

-' TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGA Keystone Heights, Fla. Provincial Cabinet Styled in Solid Mountain
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Free Special meeting of the Key- w I Cherry Wood .. Hand-Rubbed Satin Finish. i kwu
,/ stone' Heights Town Council was Four: Speaker urid System. Fire-Knob Panel" e .x -'
> T called by Mayor M. L. Beasley for Fri., Sat. Aug.-1, 2 Control!:: '20-Watt Amplifier. '
7:30 pm., Tuesday, July 22, to I
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: Ho Down Payment! consider the 1958 Tax Roll Bud- NEW MEXICO

get for fiscal year 1958-59 Tax Lew Ayres.l\IariIyDIaxwe1l
; Rate for 1958 tax year Social Se-
,.. Free Financing! curity for town employees, and
t-. : ':: Sun., Mon., Tues.
tne payment of recreation die
-fi->" '' (d,, '.: ectcrs.:. Councilman Dodd, gave Aug.3: 4, 5 REDFEAPHONE: RN'S
the invocation and Chairman H.
If You'Would, Like Our Representative To Call L. Ownsbey ,presided in the absence The YOUNG LIONS

CONTACT of Mayor Beasley. Income Marlon Brando, Dean Martin
for next fiscal estimated
was
year
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: 2239200., The Council unanimously Wed., Thar. -'Aug.' 6,7 I 9391 __ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.WHERE .
adopted the Tax Roll as
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc. presented, established a bucket TEACHER'S PET I .

for the next fiscal, year, and fet Clark Gable, Doris'Day -,.. SERVICE IS ASSURED
the tax rate at eleven mills for
Fla. Phone 2531
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J. r. ., ,' -' the 1958 tax yc*>r. On motion of

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rem l(s'Saff YYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYTTY by her mother, Mrs. G.-B. Harsh- born at 11:30: Sunday morning, Mrs. Rose's former home, and in visit with their aunt, Mrs. C. H. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH !
v barger and sister, Mrs. John'Tip- July 27, at Bradford County-Hos- Attarrttt City: Arnold. ,\

To ,Reopen' inn; MELROSE ton and'daughter, Virginia of pital. One is a boy; the-other a Mrff. Fred H. Treat of St. Pet- GOLD HEAD PARK KEYSTONE HEIGIITS FLAJ. Benefit Barbecue, J
Gainesville
enjoyed a week's visit girl. Mother and babies' R. 1.
Smith
are reported ersburg, has been visiting her.BREAKS RECORD AGAIN pastor. Ralph
}with friends ,and .relatives., i For Masonic
N By Joyce and Marry RO toWaynesvilfe. to be doing fine. Informa- sister-in law, Copeland, Minister and
Saturday ighi I nuner; Mrs. G.' E. Wiggins' Attendance records toppled at of Music
N. C.. tion th1.t j BUILDING iD
at time is sketchy but Fb
.. for several days. church organist.
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YY Mr.and "
Mrs.
Vance Powell'and we understand,the boy weighed in
9.The Keystone Heights Volunteer son Mr and Mrs. Sam,, McCord of! again last week as '7,065 men Services: Sunday School, : At e-srone-, : _.
Chfistopfier at 51bs, 7 oz. and the at' 6
are spending'month girl
Mr. and Mrs. L. K; Sickler andchildren a .
Rochester, N. Y. recently spent and children a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a 9:45\
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Hire Department will hold its Carolyn, Douglas., Mary, ? in Vincinnes.. Ind. bs..,. .13. oz. We, also hear, that women sought relief \ .S'
seventh atirmarilremanYBairoKSaturday two weeks with Mrs. McCord's from'the summer heat in the Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Saturday, Aug:
Mr. and Mrs. W. the tentative names are Leon and
and Ronnie left to P. Boyd Jr.
Joey
Monday
parents;.Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wig- cool lake and
night, 2 at theKeystone shady picnic groundsof ing services 7:30 p. m.
August and their Leona. ThiS the second set of
Inn. Dancing will start live in San Jose, Calif. .The.Sick- two .daughters ofBlountstown gins. Mrs. McCord was the former this popular playground. Of % Adult Plate 1.25

at' *:W: fcml kndf> music' wffl 6e ters.,haveresided,, in Melrose fortM parents are guests: of his brother Ridaught*!.- )&m twins in m town.twin1 chill Leon's Virginia- Wiggins With the the total registered, 866 were ST. ANNES EPISCOPAL Children -75c .*..*
Mr.
past three and'Mrs W. P. Boyd ; '
years.Linda l' Cords their two daughters,]I 920
f uraJahfd by a five ptece orchY-: ters = n 12 were | campers, cottage guests, and CHURCII
Sr
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afctf Rids of Winter o1w ;
Scott jearsold
David Margarite" and Susy. the rest were day visitors and Under Auspices
tra.The Fart are guests.of the Elmo Yar- Mrs. H. B. Breyfbgle and children StmiJferiaiirfHas The Rev. Allan Batt, Minister.
Bffiy]> Gao groups. ,
at &1t.1S Daft 01 Tjeet iMr Party troe Jr. of Staunton, ESTRELLITA CLUB
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fifooghs.ift. returned Friday from'a four- Sunday Service: 9:00: a. m.
tlje.} annual filed raising campaignofthe' : : ; acid MVs Wally Crews of day visit with her mother- at Frida evening- Jurjr JKf David< Vvnj"alsdr'trindpm been" a guest of his Parish Night Supper: First I
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; Mr. and Mrs.: G. E.Vigo
>Firi? Department and fife JratIP'
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BJ 6ke* Were *>wn to spend, the Deland.Mr Sunderlanidf entertained al of Thursdays. 6:30: p. m.
$2 pet" couple adaiissioar wilf go wtJekv tfendV at- a' party air his" home } Buy's, mother' is theEdwina' COMMUNITY CHURCH OF !
and Mrs) Frank Johnson fbrrhei =
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towardthe'pQrtH* se'- arid maln- Dancfcg and'r fr Shmmis"i Wiggins.MTchaer KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Vkkers ,
Miss Ginhy left Sunday and friends of Gainesville ; games
ten net of Fire Department equip; to7 spendsonie'. time ins Connecticut spentthe were 'enjoyed1.during' tiles evening' Slp relle has returned toil Rev. J. Russell Young, Minister. CANARIESFINCHES- LOVE BIRDS PAR--
weekend at their lake
menu l.; The itejktbfae Height Vot'imtifer -- with' her grandparents Mr. cottage. Guestsf. included: Doratli >l }\i hcnie! in Jacksonville; after Dr. James D. Pait, Organist, RUTS PARAKEETS COCKATIEL OSTRICH'
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wilkes and -
Fire Department"' provides and Mrs-l ntest- F. Whitney, who daughter, of Mary' Xnn' Schaefftr1,,, D' rteiid Vllit.h1r Davfd' Sdi effer- for several' Choir Director.
Peggy New
f if&and rtscue"service for app'rorimately are.spending-the;summer there. Beach' Smyrna Campbell; Dianne:. 'ot! -, Pails= days';; fhe Si'prele's have recently Services: Church School 9 a. And Over 80 Other Kind of Birds
; visited her parents Lt. and
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OOd' homes'' in the' Key- Mry..'Gt
none' Heights lake area; "Janice$ave left for NeW York. Monday night the Methodist Glissotti;. oi'beti.T;. ;' .lt iili.r GalHaveW; Rood: off -Atlantic St. William's Catholic Chapel Grant RoUihanihier -. Melrose Fla.

.The- Pat 's-dari.eiW111:1:tij?therfrst '- Later they will be Joined by Mr. Church WSCS sponsored cold TerreUt;, Veazy Walkter,. ffiii'and ltihg-; Blvd: racross- from' Hope HavenHbspltalT Keystone Heights
a
pub& affair at the Keystone"Ihri W'cfd:arid:their son, Skippy. Buttb! ) For.Onde : and will' be happy to I -- '
It took !
supper. place'in' the Ed- ;ee'tWeer friends' from Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
Keystone
rince"it? waif damagetf bf fir*1 MlsjrDolorer Widgeon is spending Week D 1Ft ask'
ucational Building; Mass at 7:30 'I '
Holyday LumberHardware
,T11ey. nowhiiv: a" delightful 100: : a. m. N9iIJJ Paint
ii 19Si Itfi'; synilWifr+ thatr ttie"fireBMai : thV summey' in Jacksonville Mrs. Maude Robinson is now ? ?weeie Tuesday;nTriF= pttar ota"house"facing' the A '11hgtb Tuesday Mass at 7:30: a. m. i il" ; ,

-were?the list tt?oat'of' the i l visiting relatives staying with her sister-in-law ing at 7:3there: wiir 'loir- If t1 RtveI'' Confessions: Sunday before Mass. LUlII Cement Concrete BlocksS'
WK-': tom':, M'8'- Thomas< Riegel Mrs; Mary Robinson while her sis- week-dky mass' at. St WilUlntf a"
will first '
aiid5 nW ltie! Baptisms, marriages: and instructions
bjuldin* 'Ita"thy' ahoT UPPLIE
: Sandy Ridaught Precast U Lintels
Blitefidi Catholic' Church' iIi keystone: Air ,
I #: l ; V; v"a. are vacationing ter Mrs. E. W. Steinert is visiting : have: gone' J
tt r'etumi.IlluitlCjr to St. Augustine for a by appointment. ,
: aid th'e htan of his mother, with friends and relatives in New who can: are! urged, to' attend.Junior i l All Lengths ,
iYem IS' '
: tt Ji* QltttCCcftrwBittnf" York. Woman's Club }
ctiifanW j ahtf i He estimate M: .'W1iiita iiEt R1egel. '
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Friends of Mrs. Lavelle McGee To' Play Girls' Club :1' Lighting Fixtures
..... :.tlikti i-eiodddl't!. a aril= Jotinn/, O&ft' of Haines City were,sorry to learn that she has On Friday evening Aug. 1; at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FOR SALE 1'iI'

1Z5elwfjat) i !. .. &tetf.Mifi&t& Webb Sunday. not been feeling well, but sincerely the City Park, a most interesting Homes ''Lake ,; ...i.- ROY W. TYRE
Acreage Front Property -
-/&ifcetf-Slaith accomoanied hope- that she will be- feeling softball game will be held, between

better soon. the Junior'Woman's Club and the MRS. ANNA S. JAMES <.fYI< SBPPLY HOUSEffione'

:, ..JmoN! !P!t JttM IT. STORE welcome: guest of the Glynn Keystone Girls' Club. This shouldprove' :
Rothhammer. family Sunday was interesting. Refreshment I1 DoorS S.: of P.O. Res. Ph. 2501 Off. 2861

; Mfn\i?! WOJ 1eb' Children's Clothing, & Shoes Mrs. Rothhammer's' brother, will be sold; the proceeds to' go 2741' Keystone Heights, Fla. -

,. Chester Wesley. Chester is serving to the' Girls' Club Treasury. Be I

SPORTS,, WEAR SPECIALTY' with' the Coast' Guard., ;,He'is sue! you don't miss it. .;'-,',' cs. '.....fatUk'... j'.1'..,....TJ.I MI ni
t home, oh, leave until Auguest 7. Keynotes
JteYst tole" Heights indie Foster Owner
: .GeOrge Hanks is:in St. Petersburg Mrs: William Few has returned '
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visiting his sister, Mrs. Johnny home""from' Bradford County Hospital ? J', .
.Johnson following minor eye surgery; RESERVE ."
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Robert' Hutchinson of San Antonia Miss Anna McCullough plans to FptieRe:4ci1 !

:. 6t5QMS, HARDWARE. &, SUPPLY Fla. is the guest of his sis- leave the first of the' weed for '
ter; arid brother-in-law, Mr":: and Washington, D. c;, where she will
: Melrose- F4auAI ;. Mrs W. W: Blass'ngame.: Also visit her niece and husband;. Mr. : r ;
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'dEN: TOOLS:-- FISHING'TACKLE- -- -- y- visiting the Blassingames is*, her and'Mrs: Clarence FathergilL Mrs. : :
mother, Mrs. Lola Beeman of Fathiergill.is Mrs. George"Schaef- F Y

: y =--GENERA,.:LIIifiLF OF IiARD ARE Gainesville.. fer's sister: From Washington,
4 :1 __.' to..! ,_y _.. oJ .. __ Miss Marilyri Thigpen is spendIng Miss McCullough will go, to Mon- :
the' weekend with her grandparents bngahela, Pa., her former, home ;r L ,, Car ntrtlOn, olden
__ _ T" II Key, .
Thrifty
n ; Mr.. and Mrs.. HoberCason. to visit' with ,friends. She Maid, Silver
twill COW
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return to her home at White .o ;

; F IJt'S SUNDRIES Mefrose Mr, and Mrs. P, L. Whatley- and Feather'Court in the fall. '

daughter, Wanda- of! Tampa- Mr: and Mrs: Joe Pawlikowski ,

vacationing with her' parents, Mr. and'childred have returned froma t 'k Tall 59 "
:. '"tef Us Handle our" Prcscriplicm Service ,and \VL.'Br1nsori.; vacation' trip' to Wilmington, ) OOO STO Rti s Cans

: Mr.: aria Mrs Paul Nielsen and Del, bringing home with them, .

:. rOtJN'rAIN'RENTA LIBRARY'MAGAZINES children; Lonny"and Paula' of Pa1- Mrs. Mary Smulsk!. who has been --';". .."" <."2. .
latka:.spent' Wednesday: with her in Wilmington visiting: relatives Quantity Rights Reserved 2 PRICES GOOD thru AUGUST 2ndLimit : '" "- '

a father: and mother, Mr.,and MrsC. some months. Mrs. Smulskl is .
1 with
-- L. Mann Also guests of the Mrs.. Pawlkowski's mother, and ,', $5 or more food order

Insurance Is Our Only Business Mann's Saturday were M-Sgt makes her home here in Keystone ;CRASE!; &' SANBORN VAC. PAK COFFEE or
and Mrs Shuler P< Cox of Jacksonville with the Pawlikowskis.
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WE WRITE ALL FORMS and their children. John;' A number of boys and girls on
n? Cox who has been spending
;; Peach Street assembled beside .LB -
z _QfNSURANtE last month with grandparentS, telephone last Friday, to receive a Maxwe'II House iA.
j win back with his parents and '
go a call from Miss Betsy' Maguire, : CAN
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:: REYNOLDS Shuler will spend a week with who lives in Baltimore Md. and E.
them. _
:'1:, "Mlnnle'Bir'f*Circle Meets whojpas the recenjLg est oj!her ; if' 4f 11 3 -, tot'f:, sry '
;
: INSMAKCE aunt; and uncle the Ed Conneens.
AGENCY Mrs ..
Leslie, Price was hostess
It'was
Betsy's birthday, and thee !;*THE PREMIUM SHORTENING
Wednesday afternoon to th long-distance call to her friends in
1- ..
., PHONES "Minnie Birt" circle of the Mel -
Keystone her
of
was one presents.
-, Office 2<<2' Home 2701 rose Methodist Church at herlovely :
i. Ed Conneen has
to.Baltimore -
I gone
i.I'K Keystone.Heights, Fla. country home. to join his wife and small 3 5'9 i
Mrs. John Clarke gave a talk : 'no\Vr.i

-1.'" -. "Christian' Literature." A business !- son,which Peter,time for several they will weeks visit, during relativeathere -- ; .1 CAN ;:

session and social hour fol-
I and in Philadelphia, .

%WELL DRILUNG( Pmnps Service I lowed.Delicious refreshments were lug among home.other places: before return! ..

served to five members"and '. 7' .
one .
TERMS AVAILABLE guest.YYYyYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Muir and chin fit t4 U.' 'f '-i i:: "" l. "''' .

dren, Margaret and. Johnny, and i .

Prompt1 Service Free' Estimates i Mary Ann Schaeffer;; spent '',the : W-D "BRANDED" Tender Der&Ious SIRLOIN or
at Mata
day 1zas Beach last Wed* k
KEYSTONE 'J'r
nesday. r

'I Last week saw a real family1 reunion ..
RALPH E. MATHEWSP HIGHLIGHTS at the home of ''M&; and r I '

Mrs.- Harold Ridaught. All/visf ,i
0.. 'Box 528 Melrose, Fla. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAA itors were members of tHe Roto- f i it Ib ,

PHONE GR 55101GE I [Continued from' Page One] tree family Mrs. Ridaught ."

family.. Guests for the entire;!week t 1
October, 1954, when
it nearly included Mrs. Ri aught's. tibter
'" burned to the ground. Of'coursethey ; IVIrs. Alice Goodson, and 'three : WD"Branded" Flavorful
eventually!* got assistance, butit ')ioys. Mrs GoodS I is Supervisorof '

:: APPLIANCES RADIO& T.V. was the Key toiie" Heights Volunteer .' Nurses at the State Mental'Hospital CHUCK ROAST u 59' .
Fire Dept 'that! "held
thefort"
:: f Sales' and Service' lab' Chattahobchee. M#. ,
u until help arrived.' So sup- and Mrs: E.'T./'R6untree'and four 7" Cut Rib or Full Cut

,tIt PLUMBING\ AND .ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGJacuzzi port your Fire 'Department: pay 'children' and Mr. and"Mrs.,IL-.it f
your'dollar, and come to the Rountreeand three children 1 all ur. ROUND STEAK 79'

:: Home Water Systems Fireman's BalL from 'Athens; 'Tenn.; were-theri. 1,. YEA.LM *
,. St William's Catholic Club '
Also| Mrs
'Ii WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN. RldaU'ght's'mother, Round BoneSH'LD
Plans
Bam Supper '
Ice Mrs.. 1c.. M: Rountree; from Jacksonville -

While. this announcement is a ;; was there' to enjoy the d ROAST u,69'WD
di> tin MANN Plumbets &Eklric.Co. bit '"previous," perhaps it is not week. On Sunday, July 20, Mrs
: L too early to: make your plans to Ridaught's brother and wife, Mr. t. M>C
attend the ham supper.to be held and Mrs. Crosley Rountree and .,, "Branded" Lean Meaty

;; Box 353 Melrose, Fla. Ph. GR ;5-2563 at St. Wire m's' Recreation' Half daughter1, front Johnson; Bird a SHORT RIBS 'Lb45: <

II on Saturday, Augi 30. ThIs will be sister Mrs. J.. B. Rains and her .LI

repeUUo rey'p 11bIki request of husband and 4 chUdren, alf from

In Ilu last year's firitf supper-,.held Labor Jacksonville; wee- present a't the r '#
,.. '
*i Day weekend. If you want good reunion.Dr. &BADE "A" Dr. & Dr. QUICK FROZEN 14-18 Lb TOM

*; 'Tita:> treasurers eating for a dollar I50c. for children I and Mrs. Latham White-

I III,,. 4 ], then that is the place togo locke and small daughter, Genevieve -

August.30th., ,-''arevisiting Mr and Mrs.
:: Open. House_Is Fan'Immediately ..Tnh...' 'D?! :w. ., _1.01.. Iih' ;,... .' ft+ft.l i
VV. &w..u" "0"4'" n.J Vrat'suitable 39'
family' after'' the' Boy living'quarters in Jack- Premium |b

Scout Court of Honor' on Friday! sonville. Dr. Whitelocke is Mrs. u

evening, July! 25,, the usual .weekly Ruffini's, cousin, and he has just Butterballs
Open, House was-,held for the!finished medical schoot irf Ireland -
II, "It'r easy; to .l handleN enjoyment of the younger crowd He will intern' at ., "
It Chaperones for the St.- Vin- .a.,!",,,, ... ,: "
:: household evening were cent's Hospital
moneymaKters : and/Mri-Ellf;
Mr Baker and-Mr: Mr. '
.frS.
and Harold Sutton and
111 .,.
:;I11. A ae now;; that I t' put olio and Mrs. George Massa. Th patty children ffanby and Lee spent the ;; ".. t "'T4 I f SUPERBRANDChocolofe fl'-'r
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on this particular evening wasa early part of lastweek., at Lakeland ,
IM x,, cash in the bank aid pay- "backwards" party and'Q:many their former'honie,. visiting r SUNSHINE Vanilla
ii" as could' dressed'With': their cloth- old frieIidS": LAND 0'. .| or Straw&erryIGE SUPERBRA NDi
x check time 1
? by saves ,
:
ing either inside out or backwards I
Friends of Mrs. Gladyce Bach- .
btu4! end it's so convenient." 'A number* of hilarious mann'are happy to see'her back at

''II' games were played and a square her home on'Little Lake Keystone, i OtEO I

it ,,1L.. ore 1 dance was held. Another interesting 'after spending some weeks in Ver- 4 r Jk ,
feature of the evening wasa mont, her summer home. She

f Ii: .;_ dancing contst. There were reports an extremely cold sum .
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6.. two contests. One for'fast. dan '- 4 II
mer"in'Vermont; with fireSfn"the .
:" BANKING iHOURS =.Moiu.thruThurs.DtflO /( ; iag., one for slow,; The couple furnaces and people dressed in V7t I

''oJ : A.M.. .> 2:00 PM.BH1VE4N ,> winning- first prize In ''the fast woolens. After our weather it a

,-\ O Moir\ thru Thurs dancing,was Jimmy Fox and Reba sounds wonderful! .J 1.tB t s::1 t lB

.t..: 900 A.M. U ...00'( KM. .' > Halt Tommy Thompson and his Mrs. Lou Muir and children, QTRS, ,r VzGALQN QTRS
sister, Pam won second"prize.. Margaret and Johnny ,
\ are,leaving
t: FRIDAYS-; : (.11'. 6otr: Pl\r.: \ Darlene Canova and Billy Carnes the first of the week for Wilmington pi...

V uI '- CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY were winners of first place in the Del. where they lived priorto 14I

slow contest, while David Schaeffer movlnr'to' Keyston" 'Heights I li ttt"
.
; THE KFiftGft STAIr BANK and Margaret Muir won sec- last: faIt. They 'vi11'vis Mends r

ond place. All the winners were for a few weeks before returning -- _

: A Friendly Rank in a Friendly Community' gfraT'p zes'as'ffiemof or ffie"evening liome. '
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'---T '(KeystonTHeights, FJ&. *- Mrs. Ben Rose and daughters, tOW. PRICES Plus GREEN AMPS
Member F.D.I.C. Twins For The Ridaughts! j Lee and Glenda are currently 4)I i

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ridaught visiting relatives in the North. .
and flit proud dents of fw1n1 Tnef will*Yistf.in Pittsburgh>> ; Pa, '

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THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1938,, BR.Wlt'OKD--CO-LNTY' UA}>U, ST :KE, FLUU11IA PAGE NINE

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-- Clerk ef the Circuit Court-
9Y99. .YY T.YYTT. YYTTYYLAKE WYYYYYYTTYTTTTYYYYYYYYY1 her home here. were Mr. 'and Mrs. E.:D. Higginbotham "9YY YYY.Y.YYTTYY9YYYYY Welcome." By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerK,

here.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Cannon and Mr., and Mrs. Morris Bell and "and family Mr.'and Mrs. s Bye for now.NOTICE. ... '1-10 U'l.n.

GENEVA MAX VILLE family,,Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Grif- daughter, Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Buford,Higginbotham. J. D. Pad- NORTH SIDE NOTICE OF -AI-rLICATIOW FOB

fis and family, Mr and Mrs. Ed Gilbert Brown and Mr. and Mrs. gett Mr. and, Mrs... J. David Pad- TO DEFEND : TAX DEED
Franklin Bell attended funeral gett, Mr. and Mrs: Harry Padgett Notice Is hereby that W. Ft
Wilkinson and family,.Mrs. Lealer U CiraUt Cart Bradford C..tT. giver follow
>by Blanche Cunningham Nolan By BIrs. Can BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, ... Wiggins the the
c. B. Florida IB
Byl\1rI.
Palatka Monday for and daughter. BOnnie Mr. and
in
and services
Harris and son. Herchell Mrs. '. Eulaili y. Young Plaintiff vs. lag certificates has filed said cer-
.&&&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&. u .. .......&...&...& Gladys Copeland .and family, and Morris Bell's brother-in-law-'Ty' Mrs. William Smith and family, George V. Young Defendant tificates for a tax certificate deed to be numbers Issued*

Ricky Rignola enjoyed a picnic son Foster. Our sympathy goes Dick, Gad and Andrew Harris Hello everybody. We had won- T. Appears Case No. u.nsNetlee and thereon.years The of issuance the description -
Mrs. Margaret Wilson and son, The regular meeting of the and Francis Colemanand and the name
Mr, Mrs. of the property
supper and swimming. at Strick- out to this familY.Mr. last To: George V. Young, whose residence *
Gene of Jacksonville called on the Maxville Civic Club. will be ,held land's Landing Tuesday after- and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand Bobby'Godwin.: derful services at church and address is: 48tt Webster In which is was assessed are as
Lllnninghams.Saturday., Gene is Aug. 1, hi the Civic week, although our Sunday School Colby, Kansas. follows: '
Friday. night noon. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Padgett little. You are hereby notified that a Certificate No. 1; Year of Issuance
down ,
In the office of the National AirLineS attendance was a 1954.
Club building. John and Ed Waters and Roger botham caught 55'fish on recent of Middleburg were guests of Mr. There has been much sickness suit for divorce Description of Property: Lots u. 1*
in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. William Padgett North enjoyed a trip to Jackson- fishing trip at Doctors 'Inlet. and' Mrs. Ray Harris Monday. has been filed against you In and the of Blk'*9, Town,of New River. bee.
members but we'hope above named Court and cause
Mrs. Gertrude 'Link spent thepast and son', Stanley, and Billy God- ville Beach Sunday afternoon. Some people are lucky, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish have among our 2:. 24 T 6 S.R. 20 E.
next to serve a
week in Miami with her all will be well and back you are required copy Name In which. assessed: R. C. Bald-
: son win.enjoyed aswim, at the creek Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters, and I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwardsof been having to make Quite a few' of ;your answer or pleading to the ree. '

C. W.. ,Cuzzourt. Saturday afternoon and the out- family of Jacksonville were sup- Umatilla stopped for a visit trips, to Starke for the past week! week.Mr. complaint ney Martin on J.the Pearl Plaintiff's 108 Law Attor-Exchange I All of said property StIda. beingt1.CTor-the

Miss !Martha Sue Finley was door theater in Baldwin 'after- per guests of Mrs. Dorothy Wat- with their sister-in-law, Mrs., ,T. taking their two youngest' chil- 'and Mrs. Harold Alvarez Building, Jacksonville !. County. of Bradford.
guest of honor at a bridal shower wards. i enroute and sons, Gregory and Jimmy, Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates
ers and family Sunday.Mr. H. Edwards, last Monday dren, David and Rhonda, to the
Johns and file the original In the office shall be redeemed according -
and Mr and Mrs. P. E.
given by Mrs. R. O. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Albert'Smith and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and home from a visit in Georgia. doctor. David seems to be quitea of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on to law the property describedin
Mrs. K. E. Biddle Tuesday,July and. family Mrs. .Ruby Durrance family and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson Mrs. J. C. Nolan was pleasantly' bit better, but little Rhonda is visited relatives In 'Plant City and or before the 11 day of August, such certificate or certificateswill
of
I 1958 otherwise the allegations bidder
Educational Tampa last week.. ; be sold to the highest
23. in the building of and sens. R."V. and Howard, Mrs. of Jacksonville were called surprised on her birthday Wed- still ill 'with a mouth ,infection. said Complaint will be taken as at the court house door on the first
the'# FiistBaptist Church. Dora and E. C. Padgett to Folkston and St. Ga. 23'when Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sapp confessed by you. Monday in Month of August Ih,
Byrd ,enjoyed George
I nesday, July her parents. Enjoying swimming._ boating._. _';'..1....." This notice ehau oe pubitened. whip) la the 4 day of August. 19l*.
The hostesses were assisted in a picnic dinner and supper last Saturday night due to the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson! skiing and picnicking at Hampton of Daytona spent the WCCACU'" once I[ each week for four consecu Dated this 3 day of July, 1l8S.
caring for the Mrs. Bet- at death of with their parents. 1 tive weeks in. the Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL)
guests by and swimming Strickland's Mrs. Wilkinson's brother, of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lake Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. .Telegraph. Charles A. Darby, Clerk of
'ei Mlll1can. Misses Charolotte Landing Sunday.Mr Ernest Bell. Funeral services were Ed Harris and family and Mr. Claude ,Green Bob and Marion, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Dated this 9 day of July 1l8a. of Circuit Court of Bradford I

Gregory' Nancy Drden and Audrey and Mrs. Doss Higginbot- held in Georgia on Sunday after- and Mrs. Ralph Silas and, familyof Mrs. Joe Lucas and children. Mr 'and Mrs. A. W. Brown were Mr. (OFFICIAL CHARLES SEAL A. DARKT) County, Florida. 7-10 tt 7.31,

Raley. ham and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore were noon. We extend our sympathy Jacksonville came out with a and Mrs. Kelley Mize and family and Mrs. Cecil Rowe, Mr. and'

-r-'Out of''town guests were: Mrs. visitors in Macclenny 'Monday to'this family. Mrs. Jack Wilkinson pretty; birthday cake which she and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bell. Mrs. Carl. Brown and children,
W. D. of of Clay Hill is also his sister children all and Mrs. Mary Brown. Afternoon
Drat Hampton, Mrs. afternoon. and her l husband and Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
Margaret. Lewis of Starke Miss Mrs. H:R. Kilgore and'her father .I ,Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children enjoyed with them. family have moved into a larger guests were Mr, and Mrs. Edward your

:Audrey Haley of Starke. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham. ,visited visited in, Jacksonville on Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin home, the section house owned Taylor and children of Lake Butler -

Juanita. Parker of Miami. Miss with relatives in Jacksonville day afternoon ,with'.Mr. :- and'Mrs. botham and family and Mrs. Stel- by'Mrs": Fannie Griffis. We know Ronald Brown and Miss Judy

,Pulley, who is to marry James Tuesday Arthur Wilkinson. la Higginbotham of Jacksonvillewere they 'are enjoying so much room. Judd.

'Edward..Dyal of Hampton, received Miss Eleanor Johnson of'Jacksonville :The Teenage, Club is again try- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doss ''Mr; and Mrs Everett Godwin Those on our sick list who''reI I

,j. many lovely gifts. spent the ''weekend here ing to get organized and have a Higginbotham and family' last visited in Starke Sunday with Mr. quest our, prayers are, Mr. Mc- LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE '
Daniel Mrs. Cowart, Mrs. Thompson
for
few activities the young pea -
Saturday evening.
with her 'aunt:Mrs: H. R. Kil and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and in
They: met at the Civic Club Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Phil
New Lions Head ple. ; Friends of'-Mr, and Mrs.. Bob
gore and family.. Lawtey with Mrs.., Gertie Eunice.
last Friday and Saturday nights Robinson, son-in-law and daughter lips. May the Lord bless each one

Names Chairmen Mrs; Buddy Browning r'and and Mrs. and.... plan to__ meet.n n again' _u __ this.____ weekend u ,-I of Mr. and Mrs.'Doss Higgin- We'E unice are is glad 4...to..._learn".... an that d Mrs.that with a speedy recovery. No Membership Fee .. 6 Mo. Policies .
Louise Eichels son of Jack- uui'10 -
OF Committees I' botham.. moved to Jacksonvilleon Happy to report Mrs. A. R.'
sonville, were"'guests of Mr and Mr. Chilson has been'able to return -
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson Friday from their home in Sapp returned home from the
to< work 'after had
Mrs. .B. Colemanand \ having
F. family
,.President Bill Beam of the Keyjfcone visited Mr. Elvin at St.'Vi cent's Baltimore. Md. On Sunday Mr. hospital last Friday. Hope..shesoon
and' Mr.. : Harrison an 'eye operation and laid up ,fora
and Mrs. R. L. .
,Heights Lions Club an- Tuesday, Hospital in Jacksonville. Sunday and Mrs. Robinson and Mrs.. Paul couple-weeks. will be able to come backto DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY :

Bounces the' following committee night. Garrett and children of Jackson- church. .
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Miss Evelyn Coleman entertained Mr. and Mrs.C.'B. 'Nolan and Mr. and'Mrs.. Earl Mosley and .
chairman appointments for the ville, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Thompson' .
WW year: at the home of her brother and sons, Billy and'Bobby, and Patty Higginbotham and family. children were visitors in Jackson- announce the arrival of a son ISo W. Call Street Phone 285 .

'Program and Attendance T. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James I Parrish enjoyed swimming"and ,Friends of Doss Higginbotham ,ville on 'Saturday.Everett born Saturday night in Alachua .

.. ,Millican. ;, Coleman, last,- Friday-1 night, witha I bowling Strickland's 'Landing will be interested to learn that, Godwin carried Bobby County Hospital. Mrs. Thompsonis ..
Young party honoring! Miss Patsy Gid- Sunday afternoon. from his' Godwin and William Padgett to "
Peoples Actlvttle.sQeneWilliams he,.is slowly improving the former Miss Marion Hall,
dens of Eagle Lake who has been Yulee Sunday afternoon and left LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT
: .* Mrs. Dorothy 'Waters returned recent illness; but Is still under granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Lions International Frank visiting here>, to Duval :Medical,Center last Wed- the doctor's care.' them where they'are employedby W. Brown.Associational.

J9I I\es: Mtss-Nau'UcPliersgn and little nesday for a*cheek,and then visit- Mr. and'' Mrs. 'C.. E.,.Wilkinson the St.-Mary'S Kraft Co. activities for Au- BUILDING JOB :

Fund Raising -,Ralph Bryan; Harold' Wilkinson' spent several ed with ::her"'daughter, Mrs. Bill Sr..' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs; Sidney Bell Hall of Jacksonville gust are: Aug. 5, BTU officers
'SIght days last week In Jacksonvillewith Robersori ,We-are glad that'Mrs.. visited with her mother ,
Conservation Bud. Anithony ; and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand and leaders conference 7:30;
Miss McPherson's niece Waters seems to be improving and Mrs. Hattie Nolan last Thursday 'I I
; : ) son, Johnny enjoyed a fish- Aug. 10, Associational Hymn.Sing,
Charlene Wilkinson. While there hope she will soon ,be well. evening. For :
y Membership Corbett Terrell: ing trip In .Str-Johns: River- 2:30: p. m.; Aug. 12, Brotherhood ,
"."Community Service> -- Jack they enJoyed'.vIsits'\to the zoo Mr. and Mrs Louie Carter of at Green Cove Springs last Wed- Mrs. Lou Powers had to spend Quarterly meeting, 7:30: p. m.; ,

,ra'be troh.. Mayport and the beaches. Clay Hill spent last' Sunday' 'with nesday. several days, in the Duval Medi- Aug. 21, Sunday School meeting at Free ,'

.Mrs. Herrick.. Liz 'and Jay of Mr. and Mrs. ; Buford ''Higginbot- Mrs. T. H. Edwards; was''an cal JSentej last week after havingbeen Cedar Creek, 7:30: p. m. These appointments I

dII ,Jacksonville were guests of Mr. ham. overnight guest of her daughter, bitten by a cotton-mouth will be a blessing

and .'Mrs. Oscar' Wilkinson, and Mrs. Shirley LaGrua and son, Mrs. Ruby Malloy and family in moccasin.. all who can go. Estimates
Gary, of Macclenny are spending Howard Durrance and Leonard
family last Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville last Friday.. Activities at North Side Church

'\ Miss Jo Ann Parrish of Jack several 'days- this week with her- Mr. ,and Mrs: George Johnson Wilkinson went fishing Mondayin this week are: Sunday'School.: l, 10 Phone
sonville brother-in-law and sister Mr. and the St.: Johns River at Green
arrived Friday morningto and family of Jacksonville visited
a. m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m.;
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EVERYTHING' YOUr spend the weekend at her home Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham- and Sunday with' Mr. 'and Mrs. DossHigginbotham Cove Springs. Evening Worship, 8 p. m.: and 493.7'a :- -
family. and family. 'Among those.enjoying a trip to mid-week 1' -
prayer meeting, Wednesday -
NEED We are sorry that Junior Wilk- Robert Waldron and 'son, Gene, the lake on"Sunday were Mr. and
8 p. m. studying in the COMMERCIALREPAIRS
.;.LIVE :BAIT BOATS KEYSTONEJE.WE'LERS inson continues to be I ill at his:. of Citra visited Tuesday with Mr. Mrs. Henry Griffis and family Book of Revelations. Brotherhood RESIDENTIAL. -

home here and wish him a speedy and Mrs., Oscar Wilkinson and and Mr.,and Mrs. D. B, Griffis I
COTTAGESRWLEDGE'S- / : meeting Friday, 8 p. m. Gerald
and daughter, Karen.
Expert ,Watch Repairing recovery. family. Suggs, pastor: Carl Brown, Sun-
.. ; Quality Line, Jewelry Miss Peggy Smith, who is spend- Enjoying the picnic dinner for Several of the members of the day School Supt.: Harold Alvarez,

1 Mi.'South.of,Keystone ing the' summer, in ,Jacksonville the employees of.the St. Mary's Maxville Baptist Church enjoyed song leader; Mrs. Shirley G skins J. W. THOMAS Construction .
1\Iilhnlofer-
.; On Route 100 Walter 1\1. with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Ben Kraft Company in Madison"on. thesinging at Clay Hill Baptist I 'pianist. Everyone welcometo .

i.. ; and family, spent the weekend! at.the Suwanee River last Friday Church Sunday night. ."The Church with the Friendly ..


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I : Sunday Service -9:45 a.nt, CITIZENS OR .BRA COUNTY Parker, her fatheriniaw.Mr. I Thursday last week.
CHUR.CRIEIS Church s'chool; 11:00: aith: Morning WIKU., my,
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7:30 .m. are Roberjt Smith aid. Begun for Robert Coxes '
: : and Mrs Lester Slade with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc-
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71 were "
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Methodiit Church Wednesday-7:00 p.m.,. Choir Although building and construction drove to Ft. last Alahone and
Jackson S. C.
Presbyterian'Church Practice;, 1:45'pJn.., Libnyd stat. n dfn'af ,&,4 .of Camp' CoacoocHee' mission, hge for 'any:: of the work in Hampton, hardly son.
Bible' Study.First last week. More, than! avmndred ; singing,b.ut( come, prepared to particip'ate'"in keeps with subdivisions that weekend to see their son, C. W. Mrs. E. B. Goodson and,,granddaughter -
Sunday-Church S hoo1.. 9:45 attendance pace Slade, stationed there with the of, Miami
: Friday-Adult! choir practice, 8. 'boys) we're In th silver".offering.AUea crop up around cities, ,compara- I ; are visiting
a. m. Mornirig'Worsbip. 11 a. m. pm i jut": l1 this! area' won the, prizes' for ChapeMJ) .. Church have share. army. here with her parents, Air. and
I tively speaking, we our ,.
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Re v. Kokomoor l will present Rev. Sunday-Church School .for all I Church*I being' the cleanest' and best k pt Rev. L..,A, Sampson.pastor will Newest evidence is the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoke( and I. Mrs. C. A. Cox.. Air. Cox expects

Carl Shafer Missionary to CUb, ages,'9:45: a on.. Morning Worship, Morning worship! 11 a.m.Rev. The prizes were five watethieton.Th'btys' : '. hold! I regular\ communion: ( ,service, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox started sons of Covington, Va., were: : to enteRiver ide Hospital in(
who, is minister to a Methodist 'A [ : also won prizes for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 11 Jacksonville on Thursday this
'Contemporary Faith, 11 a.. m. en ,Sunday starting with- Sunday last week on the lot next to Mr.
church an outlying community J. E. Sherwood, pastor jest show< atcarnpf1re. The: most Wolford Jr. during the past we week for an operation.
Pioneer Fellowship,. 630; a.m.. ; II School(.at. 10,' a.; m. Supt., IreneThon :. and Mrs-A. C. Cox., Made of cement -
near Havana and is also president Sunday.School,: 10 ajn important event',was the series, of ; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall k"1 I Claude May returned home
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as, .chrge..Love: Feast blocks, the home is being
Evening Worship wjH be, held
Wesley] Parochial\ School Dine-, in the First Methodist Church Youth Churen, 7,pjn. softbal| games'. which. w'ere' won'-. j II, a.', m. The, ,Sunday School built by,'his brother, Frank Cox family of Mayo' spent Saturday' Monday from Alachua County
A-Mite for Methodist Youth, Fel-! Starke troop nfembers including here with the K; B. Wattersons.
by he
Hospital in Gainesville were
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ( "Miss Allen Chapel" contest willclose' of Heights, assisted by
Keystone
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Rev. E.
10ishP{ /6:30 m/Business sermon. by J. 1 Sunday
p. m'eet visitors at the
th Wattersonswere
.fmalsp..T Marshall Jr.
recently.
: : underwent an operation
wood. 7:30pin.'l ,on ,$Sunday gust 3, during Ray Cox of Starke. :
ing and worship for both Senior i I Adult Choir practice 1 now. recognized member of the" morning, service hour Allcontestants Mrs., Ethel Tidwell's home on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardinof I' Hit ,And, Run AccidentOn
and. 6:45'Wedsday.
Intermediate'Youth' F llow- Wednesday Junior choir, 3 pjtn.. the order. of. The, Arrow John t Jacksonville. ,
are, asked to'com the:main street recently completeda Main Street unday
ship groups:: 7p. m. Union Service pm.. Board.of Deacons 7:30 pjn. ., Givens will return to, camp 'for prepa'fed1, to, report. The' coronantion face-lifting job with Robert Cooper son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin of

In. this 1 church: with Rev J. E. Thursday-Starke Social Club Ladies, Council' lit. -and 3rd he cond .we'eki i as Junior Staff wjin\ be held 'after the' 'Sunday stone base and coral asbestos perma- Mrs.. C. t.. Cooper, of Staike. formerly Jacksonville almost decided itwasn't
Sherwood_ of the Christian Church,:First Presbyterian, Church, 7:30 of Hampton
Assistant" in some' of left
charge cf Sunday
a I Tuesday. :: nights.; .School, Convention in Lake. shingles above. the day for visitng! here
m. p.m.. Y!rytody.welcome., to each. be-'cam g, areas*. All the, boys .City: which-: Wednesday. 5 of.thjs And .outside of Hampton, Levi evening for Jacksonville to enter Sunday, when their car, parkedon
!ednesdaypraer meeting and service, report averydelightful and helpul -. service in the Air Force.
week. i Rhoden; is building a new home Nayarre St. in front, of the;
B' Ie Study 7:30 p. m. At The Tabernacle f camping experience_John Giv-, [ Principal Eddie Thompklns, isI I ear, his sons' homes east of, town. Aaron Williams, son of Mr. and K. B. Vatterson home, was "hit-

7'hursdaY-Choir practice of ells;. reporter. I presenting i the, famous, nsti6nalI12ilpg Hampton' Baptist VBS Mrs. J. A: Williams, is in the and-run" ,Sunday morning. about
Chancel Choir, 8 p. m. A, gratifying increase in attendance NORTH SIDE Carnation, Club.Picnic Birds''of' Miami,' on Closes' With ,Picnic Alediteranean. near trouble-spots 11 a. m. by Emerson Perry of

A nursery is provided duringth I in the Children's Class of BAPTIST., CHVRCR' The Carnation Saving Social Surida'y 4uguist,17at 6 p, inat,.. A.'picnic Thursday July 24 at inthe, Near East, aboard the' carrier I Lake' Butler. Perry was chased

| morning .service.' Every Sunday the Gospel Tabernacle' shows' the Sunday School, 10 at, ni Morn- Club\wilC.have, their.'annual-pic- EUE.Cafetorhun.; This .singing isbeing the,.farm, home of Mr. and Mrs. : Essex with the U. S. Navy. and caught after ,the ,accjdXnt\ by
our morning'worship is I interest taken' in.the. Bible/studie) i I.wortp,' U a!:. 53, Training nip. at Little; Talbot Island on ,held in the.interest of Charles: Hicks complet with pony According to the last word re- Jqhn Kemper of Hampton in

broadcast over WRGR at 11::30. ', given eacfi Sunday morning niori. ,6: O' p: m. EvenlngsWor.: Saturday August, 2. ,The bus will Men's pay..We, hope'a: large group? ? .rides baseball, watermelons and ceived by his parents, his ship was front of the. H. B,.Wiggins,home,
W$ invite who will. to worship 'their teacher. In the Gospel of I ship; _7:30'p.: in. Prayer'i Meeting! l eave, RJE at ,,8, a..'ml AU members will', QP .this. The Beach| &itendance unchesU wound up the eight-day near Greece. west of the city limits. Arrested

with 1l! an.d' take, part in the i i: John., some incident in each Chap- Wednesday: 7:30 p.. m. :.Everyon and. their;: guests are.expected ,was disappointing. Lets Vacation Bible School for Hampton Mrs. M. T. Knight and daugh- by Deputy Sheriff Robert Cox.he

acjivitie's at 'this church.t. ter Is. given emphasis and shownon welcome.-ReV'! !_ Jd Suggsp'as" .- to be on time.with.a.big lunch. mate:M J1'.s"Day\he: : 'biggest-and Ba"tjtlst'Ch rch for this year. ters of Jacksonville were weekend was booked for drunken drives: ,
the Flannel or visitors
Board. Plenty of fun and.entertainment best ever, the'! 4th,.Sunday: in.; August 'Wednesday night's commencement at the home.of Mrs. Ina leaving the scene of an accident
; I Knight
Edward's The Sunday morning service ute and. after get1' there. ';. Williamsis apd son in Hampton. to have vehicle under
Catholic Church HEZLBEONy AST", enr. we' Brother, Homer. program.... featured, ,. singing and, failure
AU&/OK Mr. and
Starke, Florida was under the direction of Rev. The Cinderella.Ball and record 'general. chairman., and, memory work by various ,Airs. .Charles Ousley control.Madison. .

undaj Mas$ at 10 a, m. Clarence' Dibble of Penney Farms. BAPTIST Schoo CHUBCH hop will be held early.,in Septem- Prayer, meeting. at 7:30: each. classes of the school, as children T "'_ -3 .. -----'
Sunday 5-
iu Jtorning.
Holyday Masses 'at 6:30: & 8:30: The Sunday "nght: service was in a. m: fer;, All the te.enage.rs are invited Thursday nigh Come out so,; wecan"pray presented. to,then- parents, a.sam-
I Worship;. 11, a., m.. "
a..m. charge of the Bible,School super Evening to: attend. The question is who ogethe'anc stay: togeiljer. pie! of whajt they'd learned. Street
Vorship, 7:30: ?
m., Training
intendent.LAWTEY.- p will be Cinderella and i Pjlnce., AU/mexnbers and friends Ua1di-1
d'Weekday_ Mass .at 8:15: a. m. Union! ; (Sundays) BtfO/p, m.Mid crafts were on display '- .
::'v- Charming? A beautiful pair, of to atteri E J. Givens '
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 CHURCH OP CHRIST Week :Prayerllfetlng', Wednes. : are Invited. he arogram Mr, and Mrs.Hayes I
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\Uppers ,will. b? g\\venawa'y for reporter,," Silvey, missionary appointees to '
day
p.,ni. (presently meeting inCity Hall [ 7Op.m= ,. S : Baptist: Church,
f aptisms. marriages ( hev;,third );rear,. New. ,H4P*.S.BaptisJ Chujcb Ethiopiaspoke; for the program. 5; ,, ,, ,
and instructions SundayBible'study.11 10 a. m., CHURCH OF GOO: \y expend\ C9ngratulations I to, Rev t. W. Mosley} ., pastor will Seven, children,, high, pointersfor

by appointment. worship, a. m. Sunday hool.lQ a'.'IIi:. Morning -, our newest, ii the t. Mrs. LeolaMclTis. hold, regular!;, service'oi\. Sunday attendance; and bringing .others ) -

BOOKR BFvT CHURCllSunoay Evening-Young: people's 7:30' ,Bible *. Worship, Him. Sunday1Evening i.. who{ recently- gay birth starting witjh Sunday, School, at to, Bible, school received free: ,

a SchooL it" d., m.: morn. study Wednesday, 7: preaching-Bible! study" 7:30: \ ei1745: ; p.,,m, ,YPB t9f' a" babjf girl\ ,Mrs": Bessie',Lee 101 j 'a., .m':. Deaocn John Diggs pony rides, Wednesday morning. :: : I \\f8 LE STUDYPresently : ;

inr worship, 11 a. m.; training p.m. Service Wednesday: 7:45: p.m, wilt. 4 be. next.-' ,We ,will be"so"glad"to;. .S.upin'charge.: ., At 3:);.,11\. CominunloBf -. They-were Clairnell Cooper, Nancy :
these members back"with\ .uj$ will, be administered by? Forsyth .
ha've Gwen! Cox, Cindy Tus-
uyon 7 p. m.; evening worship Radio ProgramStation ray. Meeting., Friday..1(5: p.m : : \
I ;p. m. WRGR, Monday, 6:3.0 a/m. oC': Q"'ltf' th1 tt ,winter* Mrs. .Coreanpieside.nt. !,McN il; the: 'pastor.' An, 'member.' and singer' Carl. Tussinger, Harold ( Meeting Washington and Grand Streets)
R,,,B.: Cohen, ,r reporter' friends are mvited' to attend. Bthwn .
)Vednelday-Hour of Prayer, Sunday, School- 10. 4.nJtorngyoTshlp .., and Billy-Sax n.Average
T. I v IDIc'A Bdg Clq Mr$. Angie.c, Franklin, one _ofour' att.en4a.nce, for the
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD Saturday<
NEW RTVEB G. M. :Osborne,' PastorSUnday BatU --Ax Bridge "Club"of Atlanta -, returned1. from, \ a wprk Qop., in St.; than last, year's 138. Enrollmentwas Morning
Worship 11 AM
Evening Worship 8" PM
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BAPTIST CIIUBCB School, 10 a. m. MornIng -. H4M11oES Gan were'.guests oflvtheStielLsast Augustine.. We are'yry happy, tq' : 175with, each child present y

Sunday School !O a. m. Worship Worship, 11 a. m-.Etfangelis- C ,q1cu Tue.sday s Thi$ clubri& i
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening fienrkcf. tlc. Service,. 7:45 p. m. Thursday crisq4.Eaozc! :! Friday ,7zr. posed,Carried. gouples arid' that! i is also a. ff'urjh; grade teacher: ., : Business ,and Prayer Meeting Wed. 8 P.M.
i s i how it got the'name. 27 year'sago at the.:Union C/J\1\1tt/ \ jCjonsolida.ted! YWA's; Mee.tEleven .
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eao, weekly prayer service\ Invita- p. m., :3iWe Study,; Wednesday .
V.tdieIca.7:30: p.m. tion extended to everyone. 1:30'r..m'SUndiiy:: Morning: Worshipt ,,. While<<,: vacationing at Fenahdina scno No.: H,. Lake ,Butler.. Mrs. YWA's of Hampton Baptist -

11 .a., in., Evening ,Worship, Beach, they decided to Ruth..Jenkins, principal.j .Church "were present for their .. EiiEiT- ,
T:30p.m., ; Bible,$chobl,1Q a., m. visit'b'eautiful; : .Staike. The g'rpup New .Bethel BanHst'_Church, business meeting on Monday evening -

I FIRST BAPTISr r Church Star I included! ,'SJ; L.* Efcws. Elizabeth Rey. A.,v'p.s. n.,;P s.to1pellct: .regular ;. July ,21,, a\\ the.home of Nell
e KLNGSUJfSunday '. Davis, Claude ,Scretchins:) Wilhelmena -, services on Sunday starting Williams.

MlSSJQNA1ty: A1I '1', Scretchi,. George Tailor withSunday; School ,a\ 930; ..a.m. Refreshments of cokes and BJBtE L E S SC.H'UULFIRS'T

Rev. Lewis. D. Haines, Pastor ,.School 945ing ; ,' ", :,', .!pt11-i: and' Virginia; Taylor' God parents Supt. S. W. Hankerson in cockie: were, served by Alethia
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of thfe Shell's.. : Other guests i incuded -, Rey. Baptist Convention ,
Jefferson and'Court' Streets In, the ,Heart of ,Town Vwship" 11 aja.:! J eha.rg.e. Smith.\ Williams and Brenda: Lott.
Service .7:30 p.jn. Prayej MegUnj | 'Mrs: Lillian ,Lyp'n, director representative for the Personals
Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 .each Wednesday 7:30'p.m. Everyone r'the Workshop for the Slow Stat of Florida' delivered the Mr., and Mrs! Eeverett Geiger ;

; welcome; :Rev:! H. 'H.," Mott, Learner at Florida Normal" & morning message: B:, T. U: was and sens of Jacksonville' visited METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.; ;pastor. Industrial Memorial College St. held""at" th'e usual hour evening the Angus Hall family in Hampton -

Augustine. Rev. and Mrs.: J, H.1 service at 1 p. m.. music by choir Saturday.Mrs. .
Sunday School A.M.Training. Union 6:30 P.M. CHURCH: OF CHRISTC. Kissick Jr., pastor, of First: Bap No. I under the. direction of Miss Eve Menefee of MontereyPark AUGUST 4TfiRU: 8'<

r Midweek Service- 7:30 P31A ... ':.L. Overturt, 'Jr. Minister tist Church St. Augustine., Mrs. Lottie, ,English. Regular Communion : Cal. visited her sister.. Mrs. ,TO AM.
Wednesday t- 9QO 11:30
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Sunday Sunday. School 10 McKissick is assistant 'tQ Mrs. will be heM'on, the first H. B. .Wiggins here for several

FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU a. m, morning service 11 a. m., Lyon 1 in the'workshop, this sum- Sunday. All members are asked to days Mrs. William McKnabb ofMacclen
mer. Mrs. Esthe .-Perry of ,Ajken 'out and have spiritual with
evening service, 6:30 p. m. come: your visited the Wig- .
AT THE ,FRIENDLY CHURCH Wednesday. Bibl. study, 7:30 S. C. received the guest prize strength renewed. Glory Edith gins family on Monday this week. Children from .3' to

-r- p. m.., while* ,first ? and second prizes Cummings Jcin d..the ctiurchSun-_ Mrs. McKnabb is Mr Wiggins' ; 12 rgjJ; ,
were won by Mr. and Mrs. Claude day after having confessed her I sister. ? V- > :

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Scretchins of Atlanta. A gift was sins' while in Camp Polk several I Iw Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall have

The perfect tribute to ( \ CHURCH given to Mrs. Lyon and}consolation eks'ago;)She,is';a,;candidate,for I been' visiting, for a", month with KINDERGARTEN DEPT.

a cherished memory Sunday School, 10 a. m.: MornIng prizes to all the othfr guests.' ..h.aptLs1.j>) '..;!',Joaq N." .-Jgokins,', reporter\ their! spjq f in Houston,'Tex:; a soninA'SanFrancwco
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic All left Starke pleased ,yjth" the } f r {!.aJ'Use'4 ct5 t Ca\\.; and their PRIMARY DEPT.
services. 7:30: p. m. food fun and hospitality!, e'(. "gj. D. gpbirison! Pastorwill \ tfo daughTers in San Maiteo' and
Every funeral that we conduct .# Wednesday Prayer Meeting On Vacation i!! holcf! rf{piljir! ,seryice" Sun: San: Bruno.: Cal.::; as well., as other JUNIOR DEPT.

is a source of sustaining 7:30 p. m. Mrs.. Bernice Morris and hf at,4tjp'l Sc9l frierad s j in California.

solace and spiritual inspira. sister. Grace "Tiny" Long are on at 1 a, S". J$. IryaqJ; in cnargf. Mrs. Juanita Parker and chil- I
tion to the family. AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH a two weeks vacation. These:.local Thf! "awning "aqpfvening ser-

Sunday School:{ a. m.; Morn- beauticians deserve a long 'I'1. # mqns "win be 4elivred, by the Arthur 'Broxtpn, Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Young Pjeople and those

Hundreds of details are managed and economical lag Worship .11 a. m. Training but. will return to the "shop.,, 'on.. P9'tbf appoinlees''. We ha'e Clarence, DeSue' !.If., and MrsWUliuaf ,
ly attended to that only a trained and careful Union 8:45 p. m. Evening Wor. Tuesday August 5. Mrs. Long,has ,four' baipigs i ''fn'V pontet'; for thegood Holland, Mrs. Annie uthRoyal. not active in other Churches: of our
motorcade
organization when the need ship. 7:30 p. m. Midweek 'Prayer hardly had time to get i'cquatit- '5f, pur church'We'are ask- The ( left' Starke
can perform urgent Service Wednesday' 7:30 p. m. ed with her new son. Congnftula ihg the ten #l"public to "support early in the morning. All reported
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for serving is at hand.DeWITT Everyone welcome S tions to Mr. and Mrs. Lejpoy"L6ijg> ,tnese- '* baoies.!' :*- Whii*: parents' k1"k V'orsporisprs a delightful trip and look forward community .are invited .to ,attend.

and welcome to the "little s raQ,; cJome to' ou for'a dona ; I to;! next July. Clarence' E&Sue' ispresident.

C. JONES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST, ger." p IJ ff ye; Vnerousl .:-The" pastgrwishes'tij .. Gloria, Graham! sf cre- --

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE LATTER! DAY SAINTS Storm Damages: ., thank' ail"1! the' members. ta'ry. Ethel Young. reporter. 1- -.
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We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept Masonic Hall on, E. Call .St. Sunday -I, damaged many homfs''ani| thfe 'guest' fpeak'er' for the'"lasts'essjoh'frf : ,. '
School 10 a. m. Sacrament I churches In Reno an4'NorUi thVconyention. We real-
ANY life insurance policy in force Issued by ANY as
company '
Service 6:30: p., m. Eve1'one'we: !. Starke. One of .the, hardes'rjiit! ly ,haji a f eat 'p f"gospel" 'ai New
payment in part or hi full on funeral bervlces. Consultation '
come. was Calvary Baptist Church ?v. p4st Church; We }ookto .

carries no obligation. George Lee pastor. A permit. .. ,. -ills, r'--f ,|nje.ria %"-? the cpri"reporterr : -_,::::;0--'
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. been issued by Mayor Jacppnt:$f Y!!H.tOP. Rt f.;.H J. !., Ri.. ; .
soliciting funds to help repair the '
U St Edward's. Starke: Sunday
Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses, damages and purchase windows A Word Of Appreciation"It 51'PARATETHE" WOOD--

6:30, aud<83&j( .y."v Sign.oftheCross forthe church. Your editor' has a has been. said that an honest :g.
Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism permit and will be around to see confession is good for the soul"
Worth Class for children Saturday you about a contribution. All or "Tell the truth and shamthedevil. :
every. !
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Penny! _9:30"a..: !, m.- persons apd agencies are askedto ." Mrs. Wilhelmena Strong' ,1EIGM : ;
:- St William's, Keystone help us'rebuild Calvary Church. confessed that she had not b'e n I .

Highta.foUow, ( / Hiway- 2}' south Mrs. Ollie Mae CUmmingS was the turning in her news. The same
.- '-- toSL William sign' Sunday Mass first to giye$1.00 on the.purchaseof thing is happening to many of my IN KITCHENCAB1NETS

::::: ,8U5am.: ., 'Holyday! Mass,. 7:3j( windows.? reporters. W ,would)Jiketo hear
: a,m. Confessions before* all Mass- The outdoor toilet at Bethlehm from you. I will not puslj you to r

,( Freewill Baptist was completely shame- by- calling your, names! 'Homeowners 'Jv don't be ''led; into thinking"sill
t FATTHBAPTISTCHUBCH1' demolished and many homes were Adult' ClaSses
a Ley hit hard py the storm, including The Classes' tor adults and ,veterans : wood cabinets are the same. Many at a, glance
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A. 1..l Haul,;'Fastor' the porch of Jack CUffie.- "Remeni -"p- ,will close on JulY'. l,.which '. look a1ik but if you want authentic quality andcra1smanship -
Bible school, 10. a. m., ber "Dog pays" are stormy days, is tonight and will re-open "on
Poaching: 11 A- ml: lets be prepared. Get plenty of Tuesday, Sept. 2, at the regular insist that Y9ur builder make your ;

Evening Service, 730f p., .. candles and lamps in case some- hour, 7 p. m. All old and new kitchen from I-XL pre-built hardwood cabinetry.1'

Bible Isjudy .anj. Prayer .Meet" thing happens to the power lines members are expected to registerat
Then and then will get all the deluxe
in:. 7:30 p m., Wednesday. and you won't be without lights RJE,at this.tune.The.. ,. Antioch only you
Radio program 8, to, 830a. at .least. Chpir will" ,also .be on vacation r .'features,. and the finest rich furniture finished -
4 a i. each Sunday' .Pl<<. ittp Church News for' the month of August. Other selected hardwood. :
YRGlC Starke. Mt: Zion A.M.E. Church. Law groups taking vacation 'i include ;

tey Rev, S. W. Richardson: pas the Heroines i of; Jericho w'' Ruth

Even with potage at 4f/we 'BRA HAM" tgr ,will| observe "Homecoming"! Court Nq. 18 -and JuvenileNaomigroup 'I M tit ;
BAPTIST CHURCH all day Sunday Auguest 3, starting under the- leadership' of ,

expect as_ nan y..of !JLCJ14tQID'ra..as..ev.. Sunday school.!. 10 a m. MornIng with Sunday School. Supt. LmwoodrCr Most Ancient Matron SophiaRoy1al. 'builder S ,

vjill' continue their habit of banking Worship, ll-' wm. Training awford in charge. At 11 your .. .; ,
tyaaiL'Theymake :, Union, 6:30p.m." Wj ning Worship &m ,the morning sermon will be Summer Program Ends forT .

their own banking hours and ,, 7:30( p.. 'm.-- R Y WA .O' delivered; by Rev. Joseph Reed, '_ Friday.AugusJ.! ..! .is.xthe.lasjL.day .
Collins,.jjjr., P tPP.. At J p,,m. there will f be, a battle for the summer activity program. CABINETS
tije! nGaxnan..dofirniost of theworAzk forspeciaUnyelopesJa of. singing, featuring the Singing This year there will, be- mass ,

EVSGRIXN! : Trumpets, The Gateway Singers picnic and luncheon: All persons
make.bankhig-by.maa BAPTIST CHURCH\ The Sons of Joy Antioch Ban-- wishing tq attend may assemble $ DRAWERS, FITTED y4" SOUD CORE *,AOJUSTABU SHELVES

,sail more convenient; Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching tist Church Choir, the Soul Stirrers in" cars at RJE by 9' a. m.: and WiTH NYLON* I iOCL RS. I DOORS1 AND QUAUTYCONSTRUCTION 'j' AND DELUXE ,FEATU&Ii'

11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 and others. Dirjper: will be follow the' bus 4n.order to get in ON MEUl.OUDES.. __ THROUGHOUT, -' :
p. ml! Preaching .7iJWf' Prf1f served on the churph:: grounds the main gate at Camp Blanding. ', ,

Meeting Wednesday 7:39 p: m., after the morning service, around Bring" your own lunches as thegjoup -

Bank' -i--- -- 1.p. m. At 7 p. m., Melvin Gaciflhe will remain all day .Friday. J & j: BUILDINGSUPPliES
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FLORIDA S JQO t.&", Deacon" will fr featured Fiesta Club .

One of 28 Banks ln'-attark*- BAPTIST CHURCH- _.. ,with his group and otjiers.The .. The-Fiesta Club held their first Starke, Florida ,'
aurFlftri&TXatkm-' --Sunday: ,School 1i4.5' a. m.- "Miss Mount Zion" Contest t annual beach-party- Fernandina
Though; tIe and beauty ofl-XLttsyeurbUIL1Pf
,al Group Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and will also close during the great t Beach. Saturday. Members and quality
k lightly more it u brought to youf at no extra cost. -
7:30.pm.. Prayer Meeting each day. Who will be crowned Queen guests in: attendance included: :

.. '-Ffteral-Deposit-lasurance..Corporation -WedDelday-7iM-; tJtthe.chm !' The'contestants- \Mfr and-Mrs::-Harry-YOO I-Mr.. -- .- -
George Chism pastor. Everybody are Mary Allen and Rasa Lee and Mrs. Eli Graham. Mr. and

welcome. Moore. The sponsors of this:pro-, Mrs. Jerry Clark, Mr. and Mrs.] -

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:,.iy'yi""i"y T" ''hone-1; .to .ZephyrhlUs. alter' spending I five" : ,to twenty- dollars" :> di&i: 'Funeral Suncfay; Polio Chairman tie 1ts in Bradford County as. longas DAN"W. STARLING Board member Cirt: One. withou,

with f' from they need assistance" Mrs. THANKS VOTERSTo <'opposition will make every effort
several days. Mr. Kelly's This includes everything r
AEILBMNN I mother, Mrs. Annie*. Kelly; I I contaminated'feed-to_ causing fires rot, ,D. IT Starling Explains,Expanded Dinkins said,, "in addition.. to the the citizens and voters of to be ,,'or".y of the trust

Mf: and Mrs: Ernest Harris by'eating oft insulation. We have In Stark'e ChurchDavid Health Program neW' objecUves.wFinancial Bradford County: and will do my utmost to serve the +,

By Hn. Harvey McCarthy were weekend guests'of Mrs. Harris I the most: attractive*and economical : support. for the new you in a creditable way' for

: ''mother. Mrs; Efani Glissori of program possible to kilt rats: ,Ulee .Starling,. 79: died The Bradford County Chapter of program will be sought through I'wouM like to express my deep best interest of our Bradford :

LAAAA. A A AAA A A AA! A IU.&lL% tL' Lake Geneva; I I It will br highly worth-your timeto last. Friday ,at' his home' near the National Foundation for.In- the'traditional March of Dimes-in 'appreciation for the confidence County Schools. .

everybodY anct'a very happy Mr. and Mrs. R L. Morgan were.I visit our office' for details. Starke after a short: Ulri SS. He fantile' Paralysis, now known as January which will be expandedto shown ,in me i in giving me the Yours sincerely

and' of was>born in On DecC: the National Foundation, looks meet' the new demands; Democratic nomination for School Dan W. Starling. .
month.of August to each of'you": visited by their son Mr.: Roy Rats: are- strictly freeguests- Clay' County',, d

Yes,--tomorrow will begin the Mrs. Roy Morgan and family of:I yours. While you feed and house 14,, 1878,. and-was', the son of' Ue forward I to taking part in its broadnew Medical care'in arthritis andJ.irth .

eighth Jacksonville. them they are carrying out their late William. and Roxanna Reed fcealth program, Mrs. Charles defects is much like that for

the; sixth month month of our in year the ;Roman It was Very sorry to report that Na- program-destruction. It does not Starling L.jDinkin3, chapter chairman, said post-poKo, Mrs! ; Dinkins pointed I : ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894, llllht tl 1 1I
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year,which began with March and than Raulerson's home burned! to cost you to kill them it pays you. Surviving are one'brother, Joe yesterday. out. "There are not epidemics; I Men's Clothing>

waS originally styled sexttlis. It the ground the first of last week.'' This is for your,consideration st: rliI g- of,Middleburgl; and a'"sis'-. ;Mrs. .Dinkins has Just returned she said': "but} the patients are .. .. ..oJ
ter, Mrs. LflUe Knight', Starke: from Jacksonville where volunteer with us an'the time. In polio the
that there mightbe
given its in and predictions are
was present name Mrs. Cornelius' Moore
I Funeral services' were held eiders[ of the National Foundation threat of epidemics hung over' a
honor an August'slump in hog prices. I'
of''the Emperor Augustus daughter. Jean visited iIi Jackson
I i Sunday at, 2, p.m. in the. Statke in- this area attended a closed community every summer and no
Pigs farrowed early this was "
several of the most fortunate vile Saturday. year '
i Church of God, with4 Rev: U S. !circuit telecast at which Basil one could predict the number oYcases. OOD
greater, they will begin moving to SUPER:
events of his life having occurred
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman and j WOliams officiating! Burial was O'Conner, Foundation president, New cases of arthritis and
during this month. market in August. In many places I v
havE' home from
family returned' In the MIddlebnrg' Cemetery' with outlined the new objectives of the birth defects occur all year round
feed lots are full of cattle. Marketfor
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youTike good preaching and
their vacation at Kings ey Lake.I _
Deyitt.C. Jones in charge ar- organization supported toy the year inand year out. We must
after I '
fix singing? If the answer is yes. feed cattle may drop "
During which time they were rangements.Active' .
March of Dimes. ao something for these patients
then' plan to visit with the pedple visited by their} children and their: August'' and will continue slowly I pallbearers were J. T. Foundation, while continuing continuously, just as we now do 1
at 'Heilbrohn his fall. This might mean that The J
Church. A welcomeis many friends. ,Harvey and r enjoyed Kirkland, Fred Smith, Kenny against polio, for post-polios. This is a real
extended to all to come when- supper with them Saturday prices in late winter will be slow Scarbrougfi .its-winning-fight I feel
Howard Coleman,] to expand its activities to challenge to volunteers. certain -
ever and as often as you can. Rev. night. The ,hostesses, Mrs. Leon to recover., Laurie McKinney, and J. W.Smith. plans wide of health the people of ..Bradford COun-
Walter ,Lee, pastor renders in- :Norman and! MrsHaTt4d:; Norman Eighteen 4-H boys had an enJoyable ." I include a range objectives will ty'will respond to"'it enthusiastically. \ V t A

spiring messages on Sundays and served a delicious[I fish supper.. week at Cherry Lake"at; problems.Initial'arthritis and birth defects (congehital ." '
Wednesday nights. Special sing- the 4-H Club Camp. They came be /flPFaSus p
Snulta I :
Mrs. ft. Tti and' children Funeral, Thursday malformations)) Virus research
ers: Miss Linda Gaskins. Miss and Miss Sandra CarmicHael returned from all sections of the country. investigations of dis- CARD OF THANKS

Joyce Morgan and the talented Friday to"Jacksonville after Leon White, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. For Mrs. Russell.. i orders,of the 'central nervous sys- Words cannot adequately express 'f'' f.a

Miss Barbara Jean Norman whois ; several with B. White was a member of the I, our deep' appreciation for .
days
spending will be expanded.
the Church Honor for the week. We Mrs. Georgia Russell, 81, diedTuesday i tem
pianist also. Congregational Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish) and Squad win continue to the many kind and sympatheticacts .,
singing with Russell family Mrs. .Shultz'and children camped with a 110 boys and girls m a local hospital aftera' 1 "Our chapter of friends and neighbors at

Redding, chorister assisted by of this from Dixie, Baker, Gilchrist and short Illnesa i meet its obligations to.polio pa- the time- of our' bereavement in
Mrs. R. left Jacksonville Monday Born in-Lodi, Wis. Oct 8, 1877, Edward Jackson Fallinof.. Lake
L. Morgan Jimmie Lee in Hamlet, Liberty Counties. The School ] the loss.ot our dearest"and loving
and cute little week for their home Commis- Mtfs.. Russell's parents were the Geneva; Fate Cassidy of Orlando, mother Also t T lots of nutritious i ice cream
Ray Norman. Choir N. C. ..........* Board and the County, later Win.. &, and 1 Carolyn Mrs. Aslean Rigdon. "0 joy
practice? on.Friday nights. Tonight Mrs. Leona sioners assisted in making this : GeorgiaAustin I Joyce Prances Williams. for', the beautiful" service, flowers. '" f* the friendly stores displaying"
mother ,
Harvey's >H
Dowden.- was ll
She the widow- Irma Mae fri
there will be a W. M. U. camp trip II possible: Lee Ayers of Melrose; of'love n Sue
acts
McCarthy, his sister, Mrs. John the late Robert Henry Russell. L. E. Padgett and other'comforting the Super Sue SIgn. Super
meeting at the Church at 8 p. m. Stillwell and children and Mr. Two Reminders: First, keep a Mrs. Russell is survived by one Cain ot Graham, of St. and kindness, we are deeply grate Stores is super good-it's superior.
'All ladles are*urged to be present Sunday close check for screw-worms and Claw JosephineDixon ful.The Rigdon family, Mrs. Eva
Harold Stillwell were daughter, Mrs C E., Hernwau1, ,
Julia Emma Hingson
for the program and business Petersburg, Gen 'y'and family, Mrs.: Marian.
meeting.Mr. guests in our home. report any suspected case to us. with whom,she resided in Starke, of'Raiford and Lydia Marie Pennell, Mrs; Ddcia McMillin Arthur All Popular{ Flavori/ Cones Cup,Plait,family Yi-Gollont
Saturday overnight guests of Second pick up your card for the and:one'grandchild.Funeral u
Mitchell Raiford. .
and Mrs. Marshman Reddish Rigdon Lacy' Rigdon and
and 3r per gallon federal refund on
Mr. Ernie Johns
and Mrs.
services were, heldThursday' Also, Larry Alan Charpiat .of "
and family spent last week family.
family' were relatives from Plant farm'gasoline; Get your permitfor at :3" ,,p.m': : in' the, First Jacksonville Mary Carol Sapp,
-tfith Mr. Reddish's sister, Mrs. claiming the 4c per gallon Methodist Profits in Stork
City. Church; of which she Ralph Anthony Osteen, Lonnie CARD OF THANKSThe Share the _
darlene. Mervin in Jacksonville. .Official Farmer's Bulletin by State refund also. That 7c per wan ar member; with"Rev; Donald kindness and olneigUxfrs .
sympathy
Mrs. Henry Thornton and myself George Huggins: Many barns are gallon will count' up pretty fast. Kokomoor officiating. Burial was Eugene etstone'of V Brooker, ) and friends in1 our re 1

visited in Gainesville Thurs- empty and most others will be by May the Good Lord watch over in Crosby Lake Cemetery under Ralph, Bernard! Alvarez Ronald cent sorrow will always remain ,

day.Mr.. time to break corn. It is estimatedthat and care for you and yours the direction of DeWitt C. Jones David Mosley of MaxvUle; Karen with'u&'a precious memory., Our '.

children' and Mrs. Genq Kelly and one filthy, rat will do from Bye now.. Funeral0 Home; Lee"Mner, Lanette Griffis; Bar- sincere' thanks and gratitude for .JJ1''SSS. ,.,.
have returned to their
bara Sue Padgett of Orange Park,
t .' all those'comforting acts. The J.
TTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTlWSLEY Power' Line Wires Joyce,Louise Tetstone, David W. H .
L' Bagwell Family
Branttey,of Grandin.Mae E. McIntosh -

STORE HOURS LAKEBY Bum At' Lwfey' .ot,Lake,Geneva and, Mickey .
'I TIm 81om'OINT! lori ,the to
Roger Dansby. FRIDAY SATURDAY AUGUST 1 2Shopportunity
7:30 To 5:00 ,1.:, fire ,ia a power line- transformer .Cblbreo admissions were: Willie wart you'wrtteC Come bT'and'lec s e: : .

THIS WEEKS: SATURDAYVaieh BY MaMoore with insolation oa, the Lee..,Turks of, Tuskegee, Ala.; andElva "rot* favorite E8'?EJtBROOHFO i
nearby wires,burning, stoked Ita. LEGRAPW,
7:30 DJ && & & up Hampton. JIf lD' T. 1 H __ .
the center_ ____ of Lawrtev n> noon WM., _um__ I !I.,
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of Music' closed Friday r.esday.: -

night with quite a few qualifyingfor Rubber insulation on wire*!leading Days Specials I II

awards will try to let you : from the transformed was ,.

know: just how many next week. tiuraih-- and melting oKor the Ladies' 59cBRAS Ladles Rayon .,.
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,Refreshments' of tea and cookies groUnd below,. .causing some, nervousness ,
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were .served. to' the people in,the area ; -

Mr and Mrs. Neal Elder, are arid a very unpleasant odor. ;I PINTS P I :

away on vacation. They are sin-
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cerely missed by all and we hope PATIENTS ..ADMITTED FOR
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:for them safe: travelling. BRADFORD: COUNTY : 2. .
HOSPITAL ,
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Sandra Moore.;, Thf following patients were, "ad-.
I Mrs. Emily Buie and son,'Land- m tted 1 Cd> Bradford County Hos- NYLON HOSE .

is- are still away. We hope they pital during the past week. .

ASPHALT will soon return to us. Maude Thelma Lappe Lula Mari -

SHINGLES Buddy Smith visited Mark Thornton Lena B. Hammon, 51 Gauge 15 Denier) "mr.... .
Moore Sunday" afternoon. f

l Sunday School attendance was POLITICAL ".-t' r ..SelfSeam49e an V. ': r !
up again tills Sunday thanks to

210 Ib. to Square [the visitors. ,Many of our regular ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR d r.

members are away on vacation. :
We were glad to" have Mrs. RCA Victor Donley. Big value !In;:

7.45 Per Square Edna Shepherd visiting with us COCWTY'DISTRICT: COttTIKSIONEir_ I table TV. 262 sq. in. BaU 1
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at church SundaY': I hereby- announce my candidacy anced fidelity FM Sound. PulJ.pusit. -

Dent forget vacation Bible for Two.County If elected Commissioner. 1 promise, tttstrlct to- give on-off switch with Stay-Set volume '

School next Monday, Aug. 11, at. faithful; ener ttc. and conscientious control. Transformer-powered thassii h

.9 a:-m. Everyone is welcom '. service will at t all* this times important be ready,office to con-1 i with improved weak signal reception J :

ROLL ROOFING fer and advise with my constituentsand Tube-saving power surge resistor f
work. for the best interest or VAN H.PRIEST.
Printed circuits.
mj district and the county as a
whole: Tour vote and support on 2lT913.re -
GfrY'SHome Sept. 9 will be deeply appreciated.A. 1 r
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Two in the primary electionof
Nprge Dealer Sept. 9. My years of experienceonl .
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toy i re-elect me for just one more Shore the Profits In Sta ,. .

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and shall do all within my power I E" i I dlIr I .
COLEMAN HEATERS )and tal carrY-'oflt their wishes for the H f
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.Appliances I announcing my candidacy .
for County Commissioner: District
Phone 10 r>0. 4., and I am running solely'for to.
the interest of all the' people of
Bradford County. 1 am not running FRIDAY SATURDAY AUGUST i -
NO MONEY DOWN 'f Starke, Florida for any individual or group'of 2

ptbple. The only promise that 1 I
wfll make- 1s that I will serve all ht L
the people of the County to the
best of my' ability" and that,,1 win PiecelivhigReoinGrotq' .
Repair bet{ fair, honest faithful.' impartialand .
Just to all the people of the .
county.. S-PIECBJ.LIVING G
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10ur vote' and support wilt be t.g fable TV ,with front control and V :

Bath 'RoomINCLUDING t greatly appreclatAC.LAVERN.- ..H.OUTLAW. 1 COFFEE-TABLE 14.9 'speaker that can be built in.0n .$#"

I Fait cdrsWrDISTRICT,conalsatowPw: t 2 TABLE'LAMt>S.__, .____,__ 5.95- electronic fine tuning. 262 sq./in. :

( SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. a I FQB 1 5.95regrfar picture-Jransformer-powered Deluxe
I To my' friends and voters of ___ control and :
TURES) 'i.t Bradford? County: ; chassis. Phono-jack, tone
J hereby,announce for reelectionto automatic gain control, BalancedFidelity :
Time To Re roof ; the Board' of County Commissioners
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\: tiring In: nfy efforts to.dtt- a good : s 219.95 : :
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past. Thanks. .
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of your mortgage note? JES3TE-R.. ,-CTTASTtof., : ,C,'- -."- "...-,,' -' ..
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FOR CRrhll''OF POLICE .
I If you Were tote burned CITY OF 9V4BKB .
Vote for Riley Sweat for Chief
f f .out tonfgit l chaneea are of Police. v. :
CALL OR WRTFE insurance I fter' tIiat,r am' fully" qutatiriedfor :
your money the Job. .,
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JOCr :lunl1e. But if you- Police Department about:"eight years
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45 333 cane cont on enough served as* Assistant Chief. .
to the. full I believe in enforcing the law "w r u .
to '- atoaay-. >cover fairly,and.Impartially; and wiir to
value.of 1 jourfq.uity, the best of my ability if elected. All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate :
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,.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy pears and peaches but the pears grandpa Fred. YYYYYYy TTYYY TTYY'BROOKER Clifford lthoden in Waldo Sunday them were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow"homas Brooker Sunday. Miss Hazel Jones mother., Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of
haven't been missed yet, the Our nephew, Sidney Strickland, afternoon.. and children. Juanita and returned with Carolyn for a visit. Brooker.
CLAY HILL peaches are thinning out some. who lives in Lake City visited us Visitors at,the Jeff Davis home Wayne Stanaker and Patricia ,i 'Mrs. Myrtle Barnes and family Church News
We have canned peaches and Sunday afternoon-and got some over the weekend were Mrs. W. Thomas of Brooker attended a family reunion' in AlaSunday School: 10 a. m.;Morn

kf u..... i. L. StrickUiid pears until we dream about them'peaches By Barbara Sue Davis, S. Bushhoper of Green Cove I 'Mrs. T. N. Norman visited her bama last week. ing Worship. 11 a. m.. Training;:
;-but we are canning again this Mr-; and Mrs. Walter,Lang and Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Reed Lewis spent from Wednesday Union '7 p. mn and mid-wee$
tAAAAAAAAA&&&&&&lAWiA1 I week. family. Charles Lang-and family AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA of Gainesville. Mr; and Mrs. Mrs. R. J. ,Jones and family of to Saturday with her grand- prayer meeting on Wednesday.
Our daughter-in-law. Dottie and Tommie the I Albert Davis and children of Wal-
The past week we were viSitedby Lang visited zoo Ann Vickery of Gainesville Is -
the following people who were Fields came from Jacksonville to in Jacksonville Sunday. All enjoyed visiting Linda Gale Green this :ao and Mr. Malcolm uowung 01
hunting peaches to can-and they see us last week she got a few the day.,When they returned week. Jacksonville..
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found the peaches! Mrs. J. A. peaches.tooWinton home to Clay Hill they went swim- Sandra and Terry Sowells visit-
,Mr. and Mrs.'Allen Land of Jack- 'd the V. V. H family, in '
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Downing; Mrs. Dee Millar and Parrish and family are ming in Long Branch. Grace Lang
Mrs. Carrie Hines, 'all of Cross returning home to Avon Park, went swimming too. sonville visited the Lloyd Barry itarke last week.Mr. .
family ever the weekend. Land'Mrs.. Thomas .
t jty, Mrs. Ella Carter Mrs. Lucile; they have been staying with'Mrs.Parrish's Faye England and children, Bishop HAVE YOUfr
Karren Mizelle is veiling the md children visited her parents
Whitehead and Mrs. Mutt Harris,I father ..Fred'Lang, for Ted_ Manning's children and others -
T. B. Rhan' family in Cross City the.IL,H. Lewis family in Starke
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Clay Hill; Mrs, Andrew Pace and some time while Winton has been from Clay Hill are going to
Mrs. H. A. Herring of Orange in the hospital for treatment for Camp Keystone Heights this week. I this week. I' Sunday.
I Approximately 45 guests were Linda, Green returned home
Park and John and Betty Brum- his in wreck Mr and Mrs.
injuries ,
I a car seme J. D. Wilkinson present at the birthday dinner Saturday after two ,weeks visifc-
below of Jacksonville. Some got time back.. Buddy remained with t are moving- into Lee Moore's house given for Mr. and Mrs. R. T, -ng friends and relatives in De- I 'f : in (The New)
I ir Ii
near Elgin Lang's store. I '
Taylor in Worthington Sunday. funiack Springs.Mr. ,,II111\ Ii '
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosleyof Those from this district presentwere Elmer Douglas and family
Highland visited in Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle if Miami visited the Dennis Horge '
WITH CLYDETERWILLEGAR Sunday and brought Bosher Mos- and daughters. family last week.
:ley home with them. He has been. Lucretia Combee is visiting Nor.. Pete Hodge is visiting in Canadafor HEARD WRGR
visiting in Tampa'since attending' ma Jean Taylor in. Santa Fe this six or seven weeks. ji
1 his sister's funeral. week.Mrs. Mr. W. L. Clark celebrated his i
Rube Mosley's son, known as M. O. Harrell visited her 65th birthday with a luncheon i
"Fuzzy' ," fell and broke his left sister-in-law in St. Petersburg in his home Sunday. Some of

arm last-week., last week. the immediate family were'presentto
Our Volume Sales and Low Overhead We: missed' Nellie Wilkinson Mr., and Mrs. Charles Perry of celebrate with him.;
from Sunday School Sunday we Gainesville were the Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryles of
SAVES understand she had injured her guests of the M. O. Harrell family Jacksonville visited the W. L.
HUNDREDS OF $ $ $ back in a near fall and is almost Mrs.Laura Perryman of Gaines- Clarke family Sunday.'

unable to walk. We wish for hera ville was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
ON BRAND NEW speedy recovery. the A. I. Mann family. Mrs.Per- and children, ''Patricia Thomas
: / ;'Aunt Sink"!{Prevatt is not,improving ryman and the Mann family attended .- and Wayne and Juanita Stanaker
in health but is' holding the annual meeting at visited Mead Lewis, and Mr. and
1958 FORDSFROM her own. We love to hear these old Rock Church Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Lewis in Starke Wed- MIGHTY MUSIC
folks talk and give their Chris- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwell of nesday night. Mead and the chil-
tian experiences.Mrs. Jacksonville were the weekend dren were skating 'in Lake But- ,
. Lacy Norman showed some guests of the A. I. Mann family. ler that night.
improvement Sunday evening. We Mr. and Mrs. Ellis L. Taylor Mrs. ,Maggie Allen and granddaughter -
Bank Dealer hope she can soon be back in and family were Saturday night, Diana and Ellen and "
$ I church with us. guests of the Warren Mizelle i Mrs. Felia Moore and son Bu
Financing: U And We are glad Mrs. Chism and family. ford were Saturday afternoon IN MOTION ,'

30 Months Mrs. Purvis Brown were able to be Jchnny McGee came,home this: guests of the Woodrow Thomas ,
FactoryWarranty I back in- church- Sunday. week after twelve weeks ftf boot., Tamil Y.
TO'"Pay' lu The wind storm -1 last Wednes-] training 'in the Air Force; The i 'Mr.' Troy Thomas' son, Donaldis ,
day evening [last week] came latter part of this week he left home on a 14-day furlough
our way and tore up things for us for North Carolina were he is from Fort Bragg N. 'C. also his
a little knocking down a tree visiting relatives. daughter Joan of Jacksonville ON YOUR DIAL.Starke's "
Used ,Car Values At .
Wholesale! across our power line and knock- Rev. James Temple of Brooker I visited them over the weekend.We .
'" ing out the power' line to our Baptist Church held baptismal a're' sorry to see the Lloyd( 1490
house and tearing a plank off of services at the First Baptist Wood family move away but that ,
Electronic
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1955,PLYMOUTH 1953 PONTIAC the end of the kitchen among Church in Lake Butler at' 3:30: is what they did Sunday, hitchedthe
other things. The power companyat Sunday. Four young people were trailer to the car and away
Fordor Good Tires, New Catalina Hard Top V-8, Keystone Heights did not get Daptised. they ''went to reside in Jackson-

,Automatic Transmission the report of this trouble until Vacation Bible School began ville where Mr. Wood is now em- ,:: -
Seat Covers, Clean Car : about 10 p. m. but by midnight Monday morning at the Brooker ployed. :
Radio and Heater. the lights were working again. We Baptist Church at 8 a. m. to 11 Mrs. Junior Stokes is a patient
call this good service in a' crisisof a-. -m;. It-- will last all week and in the Bradford hospital in Starke.
495.00. 495.00 this kind when so.many were everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wood and chil-
reporting the same,'troubled: i A get acquainted party was dren of Lakeland visited the Lloyd
We didn't' attend' the servicesat I given in honor of Terry' Carolyn Wood and W. E.Bigham Jr. fami- !
1954 Ford'Custom ; Clay Hill when the Johnny''''and Sue McDavid Saturday nightat lies over the ,weekend. SAVE! SAVE! SAVE II

1956 Dodge Fordor Masters' family were. present but 1 the Brooker Community Center Rev. James Temple, pastor of ?

Tudor V-8, Radio,& Heater we understand one of the largest'' Games were played and en- the Brooker Baptist Church is
.Al t .t Ain
Royal I Powerflite Radio crowds were present that have joyed by approximately forty leaving with his family on a two
Goo! 'Tires, Clean been seen for some time, at young people. week vacation August 2. Rev. H. KOCH'S AmazingBUYONEGETONE
and Heater" Good church.,If ,we..can 'go to hear the Refreshments were served buffet K. Mastelor of Palatka will fill
Car.- ', While" Tires people sing and testify for our style. After refreshments manyof in until Rev. Temple returns.

Lord, why can'f., we.. 'attend. serv- the couples danced. Sunday School begins at 10, b
'645.00 1095.00 ices at any other time?- -This puz- Hostesses for this party were church'at 11.PINLEVEL. .
zles us.There. I Barbara Sue Davis. Mary Jane ,
will be a revival at Oak, Bigham Shirley Green, and Bev- 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY vli 1
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Grove church, beginning August erly Green., Mrs. w, E. Bigham '
11 lasting until 17, to be conducted assisted. Later in the evening
'YOUR'AUTHORIZED FORD!DEALER i by.Rev. Patterson of Atlantic she was joined' by Mrs: Earl[/ ,
Boulevard., The Masters' family Green and Mrs. G. W. Davis. Airs. IL, IL SlcIUe

will be at Oak Grove August 17- Amelia Coleman of Jacksonville &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&j ,"
1 and Marceline Hicks of Starke
I visited Barbara Sue' Davis Saturday Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu-
afternoon. lar appointment at Pine Level
BARKSDAITS Ac-Kenneth Parrish t>f Tyn- Baptist Church Sunday morningand SPECIAL _DEAL FORSHOPPORTUNITY '

dal A. F. B. visited his parents evening with 173 present in
the Lee Parrishes over the week- Sunday School classes. We were DAYS
,happy, to have Mrs. Hall with us (
end.Karren Mizelle celebrated her again after her long illness.
9th birthday Wednesday with 41 ''Visitors at, church Sunday eve-
guests at a swim party at LakeSide ning were: Mr. and Mrs. Dean o!
Park ,in Lake Butler Later Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Lingey KOCH'S MEETS ALL ADVERTISED PRICES!
they returned to the Brooker Community and children of the State Farm.
Center and after several Mr, and Mrs. Ccgwell_ and family .
BIG SAVINGS played refreshmentsof of Starke. also Mrs. Andrews and I
games were
punch and coke were servedby Mrs. Moitt of Starke. and Robert i: 3-Cell Flash Lights -- Buy One 1.95-Get One FREE

ON ALL SUMMER CLOTHINGOne Mrs. Warren' ,Mizelle and Mrs. Taylor and daughter Charlene of'
Guy Harrell. Olustee.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Mr. Donnie Mosley of Plant City wasa
LotLADIES' MEN'SSwim Pint Bottle Alcohol One 39c Get One FREE!
and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs.. two weeks visitor of Tommy and Buy .
Viola Oillis visited Mr/ and Mrs. Ronnie Cason.
DRESSES Suits
Albert Liles of Jacksonville wasa

25, % OFF p Polo ShirtsWalking all Bible days School services.', at Clay Hill' will .weekend T. Liles visitor and family.of Mr. and Mrs.L. Pock t & Reg. Combs.. Buy One 10c -- Get One FREE!

Shorts, begin August 4 lasting all'.week. Mrs.'Alma Starling was called_to
All are invited to attend. Stewart last Monday because of -
'i One Lot Short Pajamas We at Highland had 77 presentand the serious accident of her son-

LADIES' DRESSES BOYS' on time in' Sunday School in-law, Jack Spence who was injured Bathing Caps Buy One 1,19Get One FREE!
k- last Sunday and made a general while _working on a water
grade of 50. We women [Adult
ONE-HALF OFF One Lot Children's Swim Suits, class won'the attendance banner. pump.Mr, and Mrs. Harold Paul of
Insect One 39c -Get FREE
j SWIM SUITS We had 15 present and several of Massachusetts spent last week Repellent Buy One '

Children's Short PajamasDRESSES our members had gone to hold here with Mrs. Alma Starling.Mr. .
ONE-THIRD OFF services in Raiforfl. Rev. Curran, "
and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of
ALL REDUCED who preached for us at Highland', Palatka spent Sunday here with .
: One Lot Children's conducted the-services at Raiford Mrs. Russell Thomas. Fine Bill Folds Buy One 5.00 -- Get One FREE!

ONE-THIRD OFFLadies' .. ONE-HALF PRICEMen's and these people report that 15 Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof -
: cf the prison inmates made'their
SWIM SUITS Orlando attended church here
Straw Hats decision for the Lord during this Sunday and visited Lavon's parents Reliable Lux Timers --- Buy One 2.95--Get One FREE!
99cChildren's one service. Mr. and Mrs. O. R.Alvarez. ,,
Mr. Curran preached for us Visitors of the H. M. McRaes
PAJAMAS (val. to $5) -. 1.95 twice Sunday at Highland and we last week were Mrs. A. F. Hall I
wish to say we have never heard and daughters. Dianne and De- II
-
ONE-THIRD OFFLadies' SLEEPWEARONETHIRD Men'sSUMMER any better sermons fall from the lores and another.daughter Mrs. BATHROOM. SCALES ELECTRIC
: lips of any one. He is a very sin- E, D. Browner and little son Ed- :
OFFLadies' SHOES cere person and can tell us what dy Jr., all of Jacksonville. Sunday I I

,sin can lead to. visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Robert .95' HAIR CLIPPERS
He returned to Miami Mondayof )
Taylor and children of Olustee
low 5.98 :
GOWNS BAGS as as ,
this week as he has work therein Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mr. and I

OFF the prisons as well as other Mrs. H. H. Lewis and',Mrs_ Alice I Reg. 12.95 I
ONE-THIRD- OFFONETHIRD Men's S. S. Shirts places. He helps the ones who Crosby and daughter and son-in- .
have been released from prison to
law of .Tampa who are visiting
Ladies' & Children's Were 3.95 to 5.00 find work clothing homes and the Lewis 'families. ,
One Lot Ladies' helps get their 'release'and above I I'TYYTTYTYYYTTTTYTTTT Pint OLIVE OIL SPECIAL ].95.
"
,SV6'IMSUITS- SUMMER SHOES NOW 2.59 all urges them to attend church TTY .
and to accept ,Jesus as Saviour.
Many Styles and Sizes Were 1.98'to 2.98 We feel that,he is really a God- RISING
> 2.98 ,. called man. Fine for Alt Haircuts' Including
1.49 -, 1.98 will"be 98C"
NOW '1.79 Rev. Chism. our pastor
By 3fr Gordon Jones Flat Top Hatc6 ete.
One Lot Ladies' These include Values to in Ridgecrest' N. C. for the next I ,; -
4 week and Cecil Hardy win con-
SWIM SUITS's.ss Boy's S. S. Shirts duct the prayer meeting for two tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADinner

ONE-THIRD OFF Wednesdays. T. M. [Clarence, guests of Mr. and Mrs. PRESCRIPTIONS ARE OUR MAIN BUSINESS
All Summer ShoesONETHIRD "ere'I.79- -to,2.98 Knight will preach for us Sunday A. C. Ellis Sunday were' Rev. Carter .
morning and Winfred Wilkinson, of Jacksonville and Mr. and
Ladies Hats 1.98 OFF NOW 1.39Men's Sunday evening-next. An are' invited Mrs Eddie Norman.
'
.. Three Registered Pharmacists To Serve You Day and Night.With
,
to'attend.. Lets an attend, Mrs.:Reed Lewis and daughter,
Sunday School and show our pas, Debby spent Wednesday with her
Our Large Volume of Prescription Business We Can Give You
& Boys' Suits and Sport Coats:,-,, One-Third OffBarksdale's tor we are on' the -job even if his e! mother. -Mrs- C. 'L. Atkinson of

I absent. Brooker. THE BEST FOR LESS! .
r Rev.._Currin and Joseph Catenia, Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. .'
visited with the Stricklands Sun, Lewis last week, were Mrs., R. L.
day We Allen and two of
afternoon. enjoyed having: granddaugters
these visitors with us. Fort Meyers Mrs Ophelia Moore "
Brotherhood1' and"4 W.. M. U. and, son. Buffers of Brooker, KOCH DRUGSTORE *
:= meeting Thursday. Jury 31:Bus, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis and

'- ness meeting Wednesday: ;. August. t: children and Mr. and :'Mrs. Will i--

6, 8 pv m., _' _, Lewisof. ,, Plant City. Also visiting I
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