Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01510
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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5 : a fV Starke Merchants Plan Biggest Sales Event .

i Will STAY OPEN FRIDAY NICHT.. ., _, AI1CTKT. 1 15 'I1NTI1'. Q-nn PM ?. _
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sa' Twenty cooperating Starke merchants heartily endorsed by the 20 coop- building is being donated for this day, _Aug. 16, so shoppers said that it is the most A' ,
will combine forces againin crating merchants. purpose by.the owner Ben Suslow. the hours of 5 and 9 p. m. on promotion that suc- appreciation to the buying public ,
been are; Koch's Drug Store, Alvarez
an unprecedented sales event Particularly timely on the eve Special profit-sharing coupons day., Aug. IS, stand a chance in any town where one of Store, Bottom Dollar, Shepherd's

rr when they remain open until 9 of "Back to School," merchants will be given' by merchants with being "doubly lucky." company's stores is located. Radio & TV, Winkler Electric '-

p. m. Friday, Aug. 15, ,and offer will offer outstanding bargainsof all purchases between the ,hours of Local merchants continue to throughout this trade Service J &, J Building Supplies, 1

ro choppers during the hours after 5 especial interest to shoppersat 5 and 9 p. m. on August 15, and enthusiastic over their are urged to watch the form- Van H, Priest Co., Bullington
these coupons will be used in ;
a glittering Shopportunity Showcase this time of year. In addition, tunity Days promotion on Ducky's window this weekend Studio & Gift Shop Elrod Furni-
awarding items in the Shopportunity -
of prizes to be awarded to each cooperating' merchant will weekends each month. Harvey all next week ana see the ture Co. Stump's Dept. Store

persons in the crowd at 9 p. in.J' donate fa prize for the Snoppor- Showcase to persons who are vane of, .Eagle Stores said prizes that they will be Denmark Furniture Co., Gem
actually in the crowd at 9 p. m. Jewelry, Barksdale's Robbins', '
This spectacular sales event was tunity,Showcase which will be on week that he credits' the to win Friday night, Aug. 4
Eagle Stores, Hart Furniture Co.,
approved Monday by the promo- display starting this weekend in cn that date. These coupons will tion for the nice increase in
tion committee of the Starke Re- the show window of the'former also be used for the regular Shop- ness' that the, .company's' Olen Stores: Nasworthy General
cooperating stores who Supplies, and Central Florida Gas ''',
tail Merchants Association and Ducky's m West Call ,st. The portunity cash awards on Satur- store has shown in recent are
this means to show their & Appliance Co.

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WATCH 00! THOSE! O! 0'. Frazier Shaw Killed In Collision r g i

.. WHEN ,DIALINGOfficials With Train In Gainesville Wednesday J

of the Starke Tele- ,.. r

phone Co. said that much con- '
E fusion has been caused since Frazier J. Shaw, 58, of Starke
the cut-over to dial at 'Saturday died Wednesday night in 'Alachua

.i midnight by persons dial n li General Hospital l of

ing numbers incorrectly.The I kY.. received when' the automobile \ IJ'
most trouble has been was driving collided with an At- t. _

X41,1 the result of misunderstanding I lantic Crast Ln* train on- 23rd
Boulevard :Gainesville. :
over use of the two O's on the. in
dial it is said. k -' Mr.Shaw had been an i inspectorwith

The 0 in the IMO group on the Florida Hotel and Restaurant :2 > :1 kfa

the dial is the letter 0 and Commission for'about
1 ,a should be used in dialing \VO; years and was returning to his'we
letters of the in tare alter workmg
the first two ex-
Woodland. Gainesville when the accident occurred
change prefix. ,
x_ 7 S The 0 in the last position on ; There were no other passengers
h < ,the dial under the word "Op in the car.
erator" is the figure 0 and Officers who investigated
should be used when dialingthe accident said Shaw was '
'number following the WO at. a moderate rate of speed DISTRICT CAUCUS

prefix.In apparently did not see the I

short: When dialing 'WO approaching the crossing, partially Starke Jaycee i Chapter ,Receives Charter
use letter 0 at MNO position. hidden by a two' story building.He

For number after exchange but attempted could not to stop brake in ,time his Starve Jaycees received)(land, Is .shown above presenting dent of' the 'local chapter.
letters use figure .0 at Opera- charter as a highlight of the the chaiter'to'Johnny ]
F. J. Shaw Kopelousps! ,
avoid, the .follision. He was carried During\ the: caucus, plans wereniadft
tor position. Two caucus held at the president of the Starke''chapter.
.to ,General- : ::for attending'the 'summer
Alachua p
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:r Aft where he-lived about an hour after Ct art JFrTBen.Davis; ,conference :4n Clearwater the last
'w -Oider Property TransfersIn the accident occurred at : Thursday jnight ,of last week. District Two .vice president, of of August.

Lawtey .Area, p.:; m .. State Jaycees President,I Madison;, Sam Zack:' secretary, About.40"Jaycees from/over the
tBunkyl '
.. '. Funeral >services will be I Blount' Jf. of De- and G. J. McGriff Jr., vice'presi-1 district attended the__, caucus_____n here..
1 t Two property transfers :and an Friday afternoon.at 4 o'clock -

T Signed For( 301S. .option .to,,buy were, recorded" recently the First Baptist Church, Starke Ponders i I Registration Board
for the Lawtey area. Du- with the pastor, Rev Lewis

J .,M. Wall Gainesville contractor Pont }sold "the Carey property m Haines, officiating Burial will I Books To CloseThis

: stated yesterday that"he received East Lawtey to William and Mu- in the Crosby'direction Lake of DeWitt Cemetery C. To Disburse S .To Provide

a work order on the U. S. riel B.: Wilson of Ft.. Sam Houston. Saturday S
< Funeral .Home
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301 fbur-laning project last Friday
Texas. for. a recorded price of ,A native of Brooker in t"A'
and would be ready to move Fund County registration books will
16000. County, Mr. Shaw resided at State Farm Bus
I' LONG AWAITED in on the job "as soon as the close at 5 p. m. Saturday, Aug. -
v The .other parcel was gold by Bessent ,Road in Starke. I
weather clears. 9, Mrs. Marian L. Crosby'supervisor :-
Roy B. and Mattie P. Southerland to his work.with the Hotel Commission
Wall said that, weather permit- of the County Commis- of' registration, reminded
Mathew A. and May 'Loretta he was employed at Bradford;! County will lend
Cut Over To Dial Made ting, he expected to start on the Logan, for an undisclosed price. State Prison for .about 20 years meeting Monday was spent the Mrs.public today. .t Union County a school bus again
System said
project the week of August 25: Florida tax stamps' $1.20 were 'Surviving' are his wife: of the. best use of fstrations Crosby new reg- this year to transport the State
To begin with he will have'a ; fund budgeted for are still slow, but have
Ida Conner Shaw
affixed. ; two sons, Lamar : Farm students to Bradford
next fiscal picked up a little in the past few
of about ten men and five or six year. Most of the
shaw Shaw I schools
Dials started like mad and Gene ; according to a decisionreached
I The 9 in said their days.
.tractors doing preliminary clearIng option was on acres constitu-
Wells Electric daughters, Mrs. Carl J Monday at the regular
at midnight last Saturday when grubbing, and drainage work, the name of Mamie Lee Clark, at Johns,'and Mrs. Ovid D. we.re' not, in. favor of a paid City registration books close at Board meeting, A dele-

the Starke Telephone Co. cut Sold To ,Wall said. at this time but prefer- noon Saturday Aug. 9. I
over GroupM. the intersection of State toads all of Starke;; two brothers, Lester I The deadline for qualifying !gation from the State Farm met

to the dial system. By 8 p. m. C. (Bubba) Wells retired The contractor stated it would I 225 and 16, the southeast corner Shaw,'Jacksonville, and Leonard money ty 'as to' that be spent in each candidates in the September city .with the Board to ask for this

Monday, some 44 hours later, atotal "for the second time" Tuesday be unwise for him to start on the i to the Morris Produce Exchange Shaw: Tampa; and three sisters Several ,expressed community the j j election is noon Tuesday. Aug. 19, i|decision. Union County School
f of 45.336 calls had been project as long as the almost Mrs.. Elma Scaff, and Mrs.Pearl Board/will furnish the driver and
of Columbia, S, C. The 30
when he sold his Wells Electric daily downpours of rain continue. I ,day option ,Jones, both'ot that a paid director
placed, by dial-happy starkites- Service to Jos.,H. Arnold and Ho- if taken up, will be for a be desirable but, with the Two Area Men pay expenses.
and ;Mrs. Wilson Gaines, Jacksonville. The preliminary plans for BH3
at the rate of more than a thousand mer J. and Raymond Guertin, who recorded price of 2500., of money now available, for
an hour. will form a corporation to con- Lawtey Council that ,the people would rather Facing Rape Charge auditorium and Lawtey cafeteria
arid addition of two class-
tinue of the business.
operation the money spent for facili- In Clay County
But the' switchoverwas, not i Arnold announced that Kenneth 'Names MemberTo ., ,, and equipment., rooms were approved by the
without !its headaches, and the p board. Plans were submitted by
(Red) Norman will be in charge Andrews Tfwo local men, Charles Prevatt I
company's trouble-shooters were asked the Com- I Gcins and Moore, architects of
and Kenneth
di'all of Manning
work, the same employees
Rec Board to .
first put a road through
kept few
busy the days answering ,
will remain with the new firm of Clay Hill, are charged by Clay I Gainesville!
yelps for help from im- I, Indian Beach section by Big! warrant, with of Other businesswas the approvalof
and the business will remain in I County rape a
patient, customers. 'Much of the the same location. Lawtey City Council elected one : Fe on the north shore, in- Jacksonville woman last Sunday. the millage for the various,

trouble came from,confusion over Wells "retired" the first time of 'its members Fred Moore, to Punkin' Patch. This .is a I The woman made the'charges to school funds and the decision tp
use: o'f the two O's on" the dial- when he sold his business in act on the county recreation d road and would replace; j I Lawtey Marshall' LP.' Rat use, take up the option on the Lot En-

( explained'elsewhere in this issue.I t! Jacksonville and came to Starke.I I board, at their regular meeting temporary roadnow- at the who turned it over to the Sheriffs se'y property1 for the new Starke
There were some cable difficulties Vt of the lake.- Because the "School. Purchase! priceis
j Elementary
The bets are now that he wui not Monday night County Commis- + p department.
(two ,were put out, of commission -|jbe able to sit around long but sioner Harold Norman visited the loader is broken, Andrews Since the, crime, charged, was $10,000. The site is for 11 acrea
by Wednesday: afternoon's I to rent a loader if the have occurred located in the southern part
will be back in action soon. meeting to discuss the distributionof said by the ;woman ,plus,
cloudburst] but H. A. Bishop Jr.I recreation funds, budgeted by ; z.4"a would haul the dirt. in Clay County, officers ot !of town,between' Colley Road andista't .

said yesterday he had less than House Destroyed the,Commission for the next fiscal ".0?. matter concerning a' that county were 'notified.Lcnzo I road 100.

50 "trouble tickets"" on the board year. The feeling of the board was ,' to. Silver Lake was brought .. --
and the major difficulty was over. By Fire On 301Fire that" they preferred the money to 4t.4 t 4 attention.of! the commission ... 'u '" ..' -

P. M. Schu hart 'of the Florida of undetermined origin, buy equipment rather than go'for iri qa Spitze who said the ,If

Railroad and\ Public Utilities completely destroyed a home one a county director. 'Several mem- a which borders his property

Commission, .described" the cut- mile north of the city limits ,on, bers stated that while they were 'and abused by many. He fill .'
over as. "bett r' than average," 301 owned by Charles Knight,I in favor of a paid director, the r that the ,road on the op- s
would all be used insala1'1 side of; the-lake, bordering .
Pictured above are two scenes at early Wednesday morning.The money up + f fst
-- --- -- ----" ----- property of',Col. Bidwell be r
with nothing left for other ,
the festivities Saturday night. In house was rented to J..D. .

upper photo, members of the Beck. According to report of things.While at the meeting Commis- Mrs. Carrie Edwards, (right) and Brother engineer'would Decision was survey that the the J

corporation 'stand by asH, A. neighbors, the Heck family had sioner Norman'agreed to have the and when the location is

Bishop SrV president, places)first left at 3 a. m. for vacation. It is county, haul clay for the Lawtey After Forty Years AllappyRewilonIt I ,' the road will be opened.

outgoing call,on the'dial, system. not known if their furniture base ball diamond. at the requestof I the session ,the Com- .
which was in the house was cov- James Waters and Mitch adjourned to sit ; /"
Seated with !Mr. Bishop is his'wife, as a JI
ered by insurance. The house was Brown., active members of the was a happy; reunion last was one of tfive boys,in] the family of Equalization, but no tax "'{ "
i and others pictured .U-rl are Mrs., insured for 1000. The Beck fami- Lawtey baseball team. Waters and weekwhen Mrs. Carrie Edwardsof and Mrs.Edwards was the appeared to ask 'for ad- ; '

Nina .Andrews.'Mrs. W. C. Powell, ly had not been reached at noon Brown also asked the Council for Water St. and her brother, girl. One other brother, doe and' the board adjourn- "" _. ..<<...z W.s .

H. A.. Bishop! : Jr., and? Mrs, Lois Wednesday but Hollis Knight help in buying equipment, saying Lewis Dean, and I 'Mrs. Dean of Mrs. Edwards, enjoyed visit i
Johns the 'company's.employee father of the owner, was notified that although they have a suc- Poteau, Okla., met again after 40 years ago.Mr. Councilman Fred Moore : Lonzo Kirkland Scores AgainIn

with 'longest, record of service cessful team Host only two games years. Dean owns a 155 acre general appointed by'the Lawtey City I
30 next they have no bats balls or umpire During Camp '''Blanding days J. farm in Oklahoma where as their representative on Fisher CompetitionDivision
years Masonic.Notice equipment. They have been bor- R. Dean son of Lewis, was stationed also raises beef cattle and has County Recreation Committee.
lower photo officials, 'of here and became natural the
acquainted' gas well on ,
could. For Gnann is the representative
rowing where they
the Bell-Telephone Co. and own Alt Entered .Apprentice Masons with his aunt
Mrs. Edwards When asked
if he might settle
: Theressa. The County Recre Kirkland, 17-year-old and will receive $100 in
I 'invited to attend Bradford bases theyhave been using burlap
,._t ers of exchanges in other cities are when she recognized the name Florida he said "No,
Committee will hold meet- of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland cash.
No. 35 F. & A.M.. this Friday a i.son
are shown inspecting one of the Lodge sacks filled with sawdust. A motion and inquired about his father. is home to We have '
us. just
this week and will of Starke, top Florida
I & Monday won Both of the Kirkland brothersare
at o'clock for
intricate, panels ,now; handling night an was made by Reddish and Since then the brother and sister a new house and our three ,
a special in with award in the Senior Division of
: long-time winners
Entered Apprentice Degree, to 'toe the Fisher
calls ;and replacing the old-type seconded by 'Massey to buy some have been corresponding but had and three girlslive nearby."
the annual model car design con- contests
switchboard.The conferred by Dawkins Lodge Mo. not met until this visit. of the County Commission to and have been "bring
Deans left
60 of Macclenny. 'This is a ,Uniformed equipment. .their recommendation for test sponsored by Fisher BodyCraftsman's ing home the bacon" for several
represents'aneXpenditure : "We lost track of each other Oklahoma but with the
Degree Team. All Entered Replacement of blubs with Guild. He will receive years.
of around $325.000 by when I came to Florida 40 years hope that they and Mrs. use of the $4200 budgeted by

the local company for equipment* Apprentice 'Masons are urged to stronger ones on the field was ago" said Mrs. Edwards. who is will get'; together again Commission for recreation for $150 Lonzo's in cash.older'; brother, Charles, red Lonzo's and white winning entry was the

materials,.and .building. : attend. ..L_ discussed, but no action taken. now 65. Her brother Lewis 71, many years*,. have gone by. next fiscal'year. won second place in the Senior.I,pictured,above. sports. _car,'_ model--.4


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Farmer's DiaryRv

tf Sam'member'GeoTge'wasnlngton Mcarv,.v I

o 1reet3'ro_ Program T
Henry -,
JVe can )P'"de rSt&'n I rand appreciate the views .,Carter who farmed many: years

;>fur County!Commissioners, the Lea 'tey City 1 i ago about"six.miles put,from Law '

Council i! and other j groups, 'as';.expressed this week. 'tey He was on the the old father Middleburg of Uncle road Marian ?- 41; \ ffffl&6fA8r'f
Regarding'the'spending '
fOnds budgefed'forgefed'for
; a ,"Carter and the grandfatherof
fecreatipn :Tprogram in Bradford County,, but, we Oscar' Carter. We hear that f
!rantt' help but' wonder'if Were not getting the tack'in those days ,they"made a
Cart{ before'the horse. lot cf orange wine which sold for
At both the Commission "25 cents a gallon.
meeting! and the Law- .
ley'"Council. 'meeting, members. ''expressed, them- Wefl,-,.the "Dog.Days" ,are ;here '
now and as it rained on the first See where Rep. Billy Matthewsis
elves as preferring to spend the money, now D. e
day July 251. We,will have rain fussing up in Washington
made available, on equipment 1 .rather than for the now for the next 40.days;ti At least C. about the high price of watermelon -
iervfces of'"a paid recreation 'director. It was suggested that is what an informant tells there as ,compared with -- -
that;the money;be spent in each community us, although he adds "it-may'not the prices the growers got. He said '::' 'ilth /

-as. that Community! desired.. That jis what rain right where you arebut it he was soaked 50 cents a slice for th k-: RED 35c SPECIAL!
the f will ;oomewh ie." Guess we can't melon !in' a restaurgnt, and at'lhe '
people want the Commissioners -s-:
declared. 'argue with. that.. very same time there'were' hun- COME SEE. I
While this might be ,the 1jular'thing.to; 'dreds'ofacres'of melons going to YOU'LL SAVE!

and the "easy: way out," as far'as getting,:"rid of Looks like we've 'raised somemIghty'good'tobacco'here waste in this area: And those'that i

the money goes, 'we doubt mOt"'s'eripu ly t t .it in thiscountyTalked sold "-went for next to nothingfrom'10 :
'to one 'man "who ( to' 25"cents PER MELON -
Is to
way get hn effecTive recreation_ pr iram. '
"said he expects to hate 'better ). At that rate the melon which
It has been'the experience of too many towns than' a ton to the-acre average, the farmer sold for about 25 cents
that expensive-facilities,,and equipment without "'andlhat the,quality of it is very was cut'up into slices-and finally
the proper-:'direction is i in' nine 'cases out of' t'en 'good. brought>bcut $10 from the consumers .,
k'money'dQwn the drain.One;very'goo'd' i\l\ stta- I
tion.of this point! ,is the shuffleboard courts that 1 This man was complaining a'bouf 'And at the same time all the i II
the''Zma1l siZe'of tils'tobacco "experts" who are supposed to be I
were constructed the Courthouse grounds several allotment [only -a little over an helping the farmer are schemingup .

years ago; and if anyone has ever played a acre] and said he hoped it will be ways'for him to ''produce .. .
f""ht1f ffeboard ,'them"' have 'We'VeTieardmjin stuff! It seems to this ;
game tm we Tfet 'tti ctasl1:11ext wy 1r. chiaper. ; .
he r'6f !It.r: Q' fer.l cafe'rntnt'\ 'is/the/' Vofere't'e : '\Wn6fndal -sources' :'that Ifie II"Tpo?'Q r, ignorant word-peddler thatthey ...t
l m1:8 i ; l > vL l tetdlis : : ave1'e 41so t \\1i i6\W\ might ., .
'ant so' a g !bilt\ 'babe* a"b i1 lYJ\t\) casf6n iiis\ eibecnlsse! ) \ "df 1.; 'and effort in helping .
t' -
1 ac ,0 f.Uu.iluin: M' JI 6u f1.1u i .vrr h. ..''Ever ''h'ad'':onyyelloV figs, ? fires While: he we gets.were inspecting the i',-: -: :3Iick5eriy Pie EG' 39C Peach Pie REG.59c. 49c
'h'fnt1i\ \ t i tt''a\ \\ '' '.n 'test' i rfhn\ S 's'omeone'' ( :'>gave' i"* :'ns a'''Jar- _i of'them'C1 t .t rclgress of our new home, 'Alice ,
Hiiir 'iii i\\l\m'\\ \ I : testd ''sai 1d l to a 1 .' ..
are'df $ e I.ts s'61e'4h'6'I1i': ',T. ci Mt, the:yeltbivyai4'e' let out a squeal and pointed :
forte\m\w\ t twr!\ \, \ <* Is-"'superior1\\r j" -touie" ;'\\oJ' rt pur'VJdesai'clre >:'*:- 'kn2ke'which' Sam had almost' r/z ''it "-i"/

ma\lyl\\\V\Is! \\\ \ foe ''Wttffl f&ft\\\ e, i'it.thelrioWdw. I ''"ieSl ,'d.:' e'1'UkesU"ngt1v' iy Stepped. on. It was a .short, blunt; ..,
"ouch.'I 1i&t!'O'id Sclifn'i> d S'aau" ''snake and while Sam was deciding j :. JANE PARKER SAVE lOC-SPECIAt 1 JANE PARKER CRACKED SAVE 4c-SPECIAL!
I '\ muc 'fQr th m.'','pur ''Wh ether to kill it or not [it look- l' ,
th Hl P8 KlilW'iP G 1 't t t d ttt4ii'rea1r 'es'eitoa'ded ,wlthms!' ''th1Sie '*e'dhke? a ground .rattler) he' remembered i '* C. |
!QifijI' 1 e: "tea'' 61 I ; I41fe'a'Y' ; 'ga veputit'f >ii' Charlie Shuford's saying :P l t to, Chhs' 59c- J49c Wheat 'Br ail! '1 6-t ..1bCF:15
>f-'tHSi-k'JiUl ;tl\i\ ir: $ di1''a j ffiWlis '. that if it was on the ground 1 '
..of thipt$ ;jii1I\ tRia001 i r "I in *.'D-.v .w '- fe,'an off year !\\t.was'; a ground rattler so Sam j ,

in : e', Ii 'i t'6 ;U I ( )it"fi ...t\ .r ('Me! rte'a visiting 'at the \ &atched it with. an axe. f :
\t' 'h. rOwhleefarai'ive"asked! ttittc
cod Uyir' t ,\ iP1-ij sr ffi" A iisecU rbfee'whgd' !tiiat heVoaldtiiVe 'Dr. .... has been .'d ? fyefodr I
k' I | Now that Sam ''
t c' ? tta 'n' rr&! bl'1 .pti- s d + C.ireaaed
more careful in sw + i'
avveryjgnt rpp'nds |ea"sbh."Asked mt" he will be :
f r.'ViSiting
gJ'f (; fOl H HV\ etab'd +f'61r -4
: D6n 'Patray, who farms. We were:at a place 4 I
fUd\jSf\ !fl ir u'd}is ':$4,2 ijtl lf"dr'('H lie'jr' fUi iiliHgVyID ''bought'tee'dld.'Rlchani'placeoutto'Edwards'Loop[ :' !' ; (trying to get a story and picture*. .v ....,."..;.............,.......' ,
: and he 'g ve 'when. all of a sudden a little black 'AftN -
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1il'd flt t l e f 1i o r 113 !j a tt e:\dYbeendotbw ; "'a'nip out of Sam's' skinnY shanks'
s !'egg Itmain i 1-LB
S prices steady, and and beat hastyTretieat'It
i '. then a 'POR.I
\ t IH' 'IU I .iii1' hi' 'I 'C6m.miTsiot1 ( &
.whi1efh> 'anU cattle pikesare teems such shame for a Bradford. BEANS 3 3St
shi; d(tf'ligt.1 e ''H canine to gnaw away
t'M A ,
f '
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out to'tommunulea'tp'spend: 'on'a hltr-mi3s: highs&h'd'itfocksgocxi: ilglit-hOw ,4 i
ba:1', s- ,without*. ,Hy.tt!ire [ton'''.+pr" ,"overran'platlHlng.! i!' ''for'the"stock''1aises. 76ne of Sam's poor old broomsticks AnOERRIAID n- a e Merry Flavors Ann Page Strawberry Jars
Itlha: { / ): .1. wrien ,there are. so many plump '
; 'always'Been..COTcedeq.HAatlin raer'to 41
; : {t r}' '} '' : ..:Wonder" how many folks.will reEdited .calves in [tie county g i
bei'a''dc j n ffi $
) I.'t,lven f : :H fpr. f. tiHav llltthe'tffi $ SERVES 3 (for n '
''paftHHHi c r.s. l. }hen;, of codrse,+,1 an 'a1 'So stated the Telegraph. "Mrs
t 'r'fs'41 l' t'clr1 b1e""Of.\t\ ln lhts Jj j bJ-Irtit "O 'Orerstreet has had this'plant for
that is what we have a Recreation Board for-to f eight years and it has bloomed
.. ,three times'and this time it bas
assume the responsibility of employing a good
01 23 blooms which somewhat resemble -
man, and stay' behind .hIm I to see that Ke does \ the water-lily and are very s
the 'job.If fragrant the item continued. !
The .
anyone doubts'the ;need of leadership in .1
Starke ,and .Bradford*CountyI he nee l 'only 'to Mrs S. E. Brownlee had a recipe -
Past for spiced grapes in an Au- .s.
look around to see what other communities,.
"-" '''7 ,f''''!'1 gust issue of the paper that 'I ';
much smaller and :with much less 'to-work with, I 'Ir
sounds appetizing. It was made as
are doing Little League base'ball 'teams,t'for' instance follows: ySr ', ..
wore quite active, 'this::sunirper)jh i -Keystone [ By Alice McGarveylTwentyfive Seven pounds of grapes, four : ; I MILD. .-ANDEnjoy ML\O
s Heights, 'Melrose}:Florahome,- -Interlachen. the first, 'and one-half pounds; of sugar, lots of flavor-famous qES Nay A .-. 1' n : : ;
and Johnson. ButwKerew2s'Starke's? I years ago one pint'of' vinegar;rand 1 one I Eight O'clock sale CL S iEpa v J.
'.. screw worms were found in the now u wends
i f tablespoon each of cinnamon and A
So we need equipment 1 instead of a director? county, in a dog and later in'a cloves Saturday, August 9th. ro cA 'r
We wonder. : cow, on the farm of Floyd and olp .y -
'Remove' pulp and cook in vine- AS always, it's ,fresh-as-. ib
W. miles'
T.,Crosby,. a few, west of I
Now that have conscientious .. till r ;
we a hardworking gar grapes are soft." Put Fine "
Starke according to an August tomorrow blended COFFEES
expertly .
Recreation :Board, let's 'riot nullity Us good 1 '1933 issue of The Telegraph. through a'fine sieve keeping back'

work by hamstringing. it right, i in the beginning. Baker! County. and, other Florida. the seeds. Cook skins in'one cup roasted to perfection by y '$1. fJ I .t
'" 'Of water until tender, then add
'.." > I counties' as well as areas of Georgia the skins to the pulp and when A&P's own "Flavor- Saver" 3-lb.%j Bag

Wh ere,',/s ThatvPersori. ? I Tie Ha'd Texas reported cattle the tick pests. which this mixture 'begins to boil ?add Method. .-superb/ / .1 .
.. the sugar band spices. 'Cook. until
f ;- < k* caii ed-d.ttIe'fever, had just
> been
,None. of ti t 1i ,s.lQ.i{ hear. disturbing'j,unplei-1 IicSed 'ahd the state had :dfS on- thick, .'ad d'tIL;seal. t aoat''fii jar. _
ant things. It is much:nicer'juli'to Zu t adeaf 'tmued Its veterJhary: service' 'toldica'1 \ RICH&FUIL-BODIED MB.-BAG VIGOROUS &WINEY MB..BAG
bar, or .--if we 'do'have to'. iten to'. anythtngunpleasint afels.: : I I I $
-jtfst let it-go' in brie ear and out the The Crosbys reported' their Red Circle 75 3 :: 2.89 Bokar 79 3 BAG 2.3Iy
6the thiding-Immediately to'C iity
'ig nt byer and then others">blegaq :MfliNE.y;
That is the way' most of u.st/eel.atojit.! 'Civil to'feport cases. It was pjfrticularly -
Defense. .We'know we.should listen( to'warnings.' ''6ad 'in 'the' vicmity. ''of
We know we should take 'an interest. 'tWeknQw the' State Prison.Treathent' t+ h

the should 'have 'a Civil Defense' organization- ,:then_ !recommended; ? 0 ,FOR'I I ,
but it is just so much easier to turn a deaf ear,' was to >rdl 'the maggots with '' ; '

or,, jus"t'1lreteiid f "we (tid 1'f hear the warnings. fchlofoform or benzol'' [whIch was :Nutley Luscious Ripe Elberta :
cheaper then ,
cover the wound ,

of Club. :But'a .Civil during the,.:Defense sincerity a recent'representdtive and program down-to:1U'e-earth at-not they'so'easily.'remarks lbtary ,,Veterinarian with. A 'statement I pine' tar.was'from really the prophetic.He ,State. 'VA AllON ;, IIQ f :ft pkg.2 for f 35c PEACHES 4 Ibs for 29 c

forgotten. The' caf l m, 'Matter of 'fact manner in saidr 'The:presence 6f 'the

which he made his, predictions and .voiced his screw,w ornl ln'Florda'istmost unfortunate [rase
\\vaVnings.ma3e:'a deep !niPte si'ol 'bt'his hearers. *and unless'combaited: it ; i :: Western Vine ;:.
His'oros'wnPn sill injure rand kill "mahy''hun'' !i Ii
< ;. .t.'so6n'.that-Starve be forg6tt'en.The'speakersaid dreds: of ca\Uethogs and other f 'cansiNo.212can 19c UPES each
because of its livestock." l C I
nearness to,?the' "target city" 'of Jacksonville, S .' d i

shouldperfect: a CivU.'D' feiis'e organization imiriedidfelyWe'notonly4n These were the days when *t
} ld Uiis:for :odr'owh' everyone "was hailing the end of f'r\ 1\(\ i 1 California:Seedless!
protection"but also'to'hJJp us care''f o r thousands the depression'. There were 48 local 2' 9c f fI

"refugees who wpufd'be sent'here incase merch'ants 'with NRA stickers !' i : : .. .
of '
bombattack on Ja k onyjlle..T {! _people "would a _on extra their_help windows.and raised-Some''wages'had hired. in' ,., !3i i.{I Ii Iit i I '' ,' -' '. ._ GRAPES, Ib '. ,19c.h
have to have food {
clothing, and medical care. an effort to'hasten the'recovery.t r. ) p1tlting t 1Cc
Without a Civil Defense organization, a state of ,; L tin 95c -
chaps would prevail, endangering the lives S. '. ( ; rl ed
of ff' 1, =. Bag : It---- heads
citizens here, as well as the thousands who would Even thieves didn't do too well 1 1ri ;;_>+ E ,LI1 fiAS,' 12.ounce'p k 17coaminCleanser lETTUCE 29c'
be thrust upon us. 25 yeais'-ago. 'Three 'different .., : f : _a 1 g 'M
places! :'Lawtey' were robbed '
;The speaker also< *emphasized ,the many oppor with the ; .J.ff V-lTA'X'
tunities '''that are available to communities with buildingbeing from'only overalls the Bank and iF.i"
Civil:Defense set-ups. These include many valu-} a'pair'of'pants.-At"'. R.'Cafrs- Cashmere

''a r !it'eiils'f' surplus equipment, 'such as fire dines they took "beer, 'c1gar ttes. ., BOUQUET bath bars :2'for 27c 'I' .0' JJATOES .lIP 19C 1

f I ; extend to'portable hospiWs-that' candy 'and*E3'In' 'penrries.Harder !Cashmere ii ,
treJ\Ut\ !rnttJ\bperation'>1 in" six 'hours' time hit was, the' commissary' at 'Edwards '
:s b 11'1e in Bradford County there must be Turpentine',Still.where,the I. .'BOUQUET regi'larbars,. 2.for19c Roasted
ai rs rv i\\tUb'th I thieves made: off 'with about 125 "Folks Detergent '
1Find Us
courage, the initiative, and'the Friendly"]
P t1iijtim tb see this need and do something worth coffee 'clothing -and, food. With \ >? .. regular .33c : 8-ozpkg 1 3 ,
at 27 .
cents .P.rgent' PEAtJUTS
t a pound and ; :
ab'ut'111 '
t I. rile soonerthis person,comes forward,, butter at 25 cents and four pounds LOCAL f FINANCCOMPANY r T rVEL "' : 1.

a : ]Kl3 fesnb>n1I i5 ities. th ,'S fer-'WilI Ttrgrits.for,10 cents-it-must have regular 33c

1 !1 g1'a and1iseg t of eve ry man, woman_ been "a bIgload to carry. .:. I. 'H'-C _:,:;L 60Z, :, ;
aiiH\ \ e DetergentLIQUID
?; _-4 i There:was 'a ,big hope that the > regular 39c '
I- cross-state. canal would be put 114 N. Walnut St. DRANGE DRINK 29C'A
:THE p" orc?,RD.. .pUt+(l":', ;rF'J IiGRAPH' {through:Jn this neighborhood, fol- ulu+ut Ipt.Ol1 woe ttttetlt..aaltt'Itl/ :
.-IS'!'. -11179is 'Jcwlnf'Black'Creek, to .the Santa (3 Doors. from.Post: f Officer.) ,. ti' -
rrolfm\: ) '' '' .Fe about\ six'tiWe$ from Starke.. 1 1 r I
aLDL9'C ,Mrs. '
'H Modess
I wEEHL4 !vLttB1trER : .'. Marguerite U, or
J' t" .t, "I "'!f.. 11 ._'f;" \.." '* I *
,.ter.0 ,.4i PrnL1, ., 'UED CQXTixorsiYJIXI .. Mrand; Mrs..Charles Overstreet 'ManagerPhones 1M wut.n.+w x* '*C1'H H* COMMI' -. "
.... 's'R TUB'SAVErahU JCA8f11EAD.. .Invite l frir dS in to 'see'' their : 412 E.. Call 'Street KOTEX?' 2 regpkgs '8'9 C
.bV4lTarh"ThBr, a.d VateM Tnu't .le 7dL7iYtfil." 'NiktjblfSbniing'Ceieus) : ''liti ex- 580 and 581 : 'I -. ,. I
the Pot nttlff .| Eta T iain -a U .Starke_. Florida w. "
-- .- --StJirKe.--n... r Aet Mar. Ie 187!., t. 9SQ"( the bids'besan tu'bpen "" / = ..
arwl'at-lO. it,:vas in full -tloom," 1 l' I,



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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1953 _ ,

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UP ALLIGATORCREEK f 6 II I and one-eighth teapsoon salt. Put

Home Demonstration sliced pears in a buttered deep
That's Our Business
pie pan. Mix flour and sugar. Cut iAh S !

vanilla and salt into the We Hat lit
:Notes butter, I M It'a Glaaa -

with'L r-4"k. floursugar'mixture with a fork CALL WRITE 01 VISIT
b1 or pastry blender. Spread over the

Walton lack 1 DOROTHY ROSS fruit. Bake in a moderate oven Joe Peters Glass Co.

J Home Demonstration Agent 1350 degrees P.] about 25-45 mini i.I .. .
8 II utes or until the fruit is tender - -'

a ess County Council Meeting I Those attending the county and the crumb crust Is.a golden I .: i1q FOR ANY GLASS NEED

PONCA, NEBRS The State Farm club was ,host council meeting' were; Mrs. R, V. brown. Serve warm with or with- We Design Modem Store Fronti

: to the council meeting held Tuesday Turner Mrs L.. E.. Dugger Mrs. out cream. Makes 6-8 servings.If Just Mall Us A Pattern for
Wherein the lovely tununer :I: went into service. I can see the\ I saw this fellow trying to of last" week at Mrs. Milo A. C. Belche. Mrs. Albert Green sweetened canned or frozen Table Topa
speeds 11 ,I work and star and : house and the smiling faceof *
,. Lang .
change tire in the.hot sUn so Mrs. C. M. Seigler. Mrs. James
4 a Zeigler's home. The en- fruit is used, reduce the amountof
prsyL: I think of days cone by Daisy as I approach. The sun- 'walked 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4S53
I to be right neighborly I oyed .a covered'dishT luncheon:at Murz. .Mrs. Peggy Wood Mrs. P. sugar in the crust.
and .find, a dream;of Peace shine on my back and the Inviting -
4 over to his'car to stand in the noon. L. Dinkins. Mrs. Mildred C
Ah. 'lost sweet summer windy veranda; There I graded ,shade and tell him how to changethe i Mrs. L.., E. Dugger. president, H. Harley. Sr., Mrs." .Lawrence Bulletins For other tasty pear dishes
hills'and hollows. my papers and dreamed ; tire. It turn out to be a friend Wiggins Judy Kelley, Linda Cox
led the 1 in discussing CoffeeCake
and group projects .- such as Pear Preserve
,Wide ..lonesome That now too is in the past mine the McRae. and Mrs/Dorothy Ross. WEATHERB
\ elds where has to the heavenly I of by name for the coming. year. drop a card to me at Box THIRSTY
flaming ) ; gone "Russ" I "It looks,like you i
home. So this afternoon at this says Reports of the! summer' activities Pear Time Again! 267, Starke or call WO4-6761 and

skies of June laced with far distance. I look back with fond ought to be ''fishing todayJnSteadof ; were'given,by 4-Hand Home' For ...fine-grained texture and I'll be glad to send them to you
around in this hot
flight swallows;; messing' I Demonstration 'members.", Judy good flavor. gather pears when free.
recollections to teaching daysat
my .
House by an orchard where the sun." "Well" he'says to me.:"This'
harvest apples'ntPened. Clay Hill and can say they is fishing car and I" just I' Kelley said that the Girl's 4-H fully grown but not entirely Record. Books '
were happy. God was always with car my Short Course held at Florida State ripened( Keep in a ,cool, dark Fourteen ,4-H girls are busy
and tumbled'in the ran over a sandspur and flattenedone for
University 'was really wonderful.The place several days Pears are to
their record
sunny'i1'8.SS of best tires". I could.see completing
; me.From my girls learned a'lot and play- best for eating fresh when the
must hence forth I shall live with the submit to the record reviewing
I go back and back to he was coming along
ed a'lot:and canie away;inspired. flesh at the stem end yields to
where the dapples even better and strive'more earn- tire changing so, lest he asked me in
N She was impressed with the Jun slight pressure of the finger tips. I committee September; They are
Of'swi and shadows flick as estly to be a better Christian and to help him. I changed the'sub .
ior-Senior reception held at Presi- Underripe pears can be used for due m my office September 1..
they pass to do good and love humanity. ject to fishing again. He says that
cooking because the heat
dent Strozier's home, and Mrs.Stroller's com- These records are representativeof
Across your window sills. House So'much has happened since I he believes that this fishing like pletes the.
do floors wrote last. We, have had a wet farming, when 'you have one.'or cucumber punch servedto ripening process. various projects such as gardening -
: the girls: Judy served on the For a delicious and quick dessert home improvement, food
Laugh with the dancing feet cool and delightful summer. Our two good seasons, you can-fxpec
4-H State Council as a delegate try Pear Crisp. It can be the
preparation and clothing. In
I of. children now? lawns and flowers are lovely. My a bad one. It appears.. to be. he is
from .our County Council baking while you'prepare the rest fall these girls will receive medals
01. Barn do the swallows nest above garden is producing such-nice about right
Linda Cox told of her dutiesas of your meal; or better still pre their
and certificates for work.
your doors? vegetables of all kinds. I have Before' I left, this insuranceman .
counselor at 4-H Cherry Lake pare your whole meal in the oven.
Is hay piled fragrant in your never had such large heads of from Bradford County who
Camp. One 'of the things that, It saves time and fuel
dusty, {mow? cabbage. Next week' I plan to likes to fish so well, came',along .'J
made this so outstandingand Crisp
I must go back across the years make sauerkraut. This week I and told me he had been .down camp
different from held One YOU'LL LOVE tLe new Estei
quart and sliced
camps pared
and find cleaned and reset my iris. Later near the Scrub fishing. Said he
before was the addition of rtni fresh 1 cup'sifted 1 brook -sze fountain pent in
Q pears, flour purse
'The .dream of peace. that,Iing- I shall put out the tulip bulbs. had put out 26 hooks on a set line
Dental Mobile Clinic from th e brown : pastel shades. Only f S." at Bractford
cup sugaronehalf'
ers In my mind. Every week of course I wash and for cat fish and soft shell turtle cup
: State Board of Health. Better yet,, butter one-half teaspoon vanilla County Telegraph.
Leona Ames Hill. iron. I bake bread and pies and [yum yum] but when he ran the ,
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was the handsome dentist
"!\When one has lived a great cake. On July 21st I went to line he caught several nice catfish young

many places and loved each place Lincoln, Nebraska on the bus. .1 and two soft shells but when who girls examined and cleaned the ONE QT,'.O'R GAL. OF PAINT
teeth. Never before have
one> has quit ,store, of memo stayed over night at the hotel he pulled up the 26th hook he
girls been so anxious to the
ries. Time brings such changes' there. On Tuesday I took a writ- pulled in the 'game warden. Seemsas see FREEW1TH .
dentist, and Linda was no except- upon
in/our' lives, that the .wounds ten examination to get my Funeral how the law allows a man 25 .

hurt. Sometimes they hurt terribly Director's license. I finished in hooks to the line. This game war- ion.Since
Mrs. A. C. Ellis delegateto > EACH ONE YOU BUY ,
and one mustpray and arise three'and one-half hours caughta den was very nice as I find mostof Coke!
the State Home Demonstration
(( smile at those left bus and was them and told this Insurance
about one. in Sioux City by are Council Meeting at University "We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit" SIGN! OF GOOD TASTE

This afternoon as I, read the above -' 7 that night. I do not know,yet if man about the game lawsDon't .
of Florida, could not be present, -c..,a.,...PC'TMei ....-.*>t IMt txt CC COU tOBMM.Settled
poem I thought of, my I passed but feel that I should. know whether the insurance MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
Mrs. A. C. Belche gave the report
childhood home on the farm in We have buried quite a few people man sold him any insurance or t

d1aria. The orchard the barn old and young. One fellow not. ." ._ ..of this meeting. Mrs. ,Belche 301 N.,W..8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588 under authority of The Coca-Colo Company by
modeled a lovely black linen dress
of hay, the swallows and I could was S7i and, died suddenly, which Some 'of us' fellows who spend Starke Coca-Cola
tn Bottling Company
she:made the st te'dre s:
sejfrplalnly l the faces of my, parents made the: whole'' townspeople sad. half of our time fishing',for>* that held In the University auditorium. '

gone to rest some 20 years. Our Ford pick-up truck went big one could-do well:to.talk to .> -

JjOve for them and my old home bad so Don has in an order fora S. R. Johns, Jr.. 1.did. Seems as Florahome visited Mr. .and'Mrs, r

hurts' and burns. They are a part new one. We also have a new how he caught a 14 lb.. black' bass, LotS Newmans over 'the weekend: I'f

9f the' past. I can fondly see my Baldwin orgaJsonic'Ol'ian\ for over near the Officers Club on Church. News:. Sunday ,School ..

.choolhouse, in Florida and the I our new; chapel. It 'can make I Kingsley Lake. Fishing" with 10 a. m,:Morning Worship 11 :a",

iarjjdy road I so often walked, to such..be utiful music and I can worms on a j.Od and reel*when m. Training Union. 7 p.; m. Midweek

the Lang's home where I board- play it now for funerals and any this lunker ran-.off with brs'biit. Prayer Meeting. oir'Wedlies' = 1 z.. ..

fd;.The rough wood bridge I lovedqn& other. .occasions such as before Took this fish home and' 1"baked day. .
Ii. .
,where. I so often knelt to the Rosary or when we have visit- him for'dinner. Said he 'ijotlced ;;

pray ,during World War II before ors, to view the body. I play that this big' bass tasted .mighty. lktUJ TVtAt a
good, more especial than usual POLITICAL .,

did know until he .
but not why ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR .. '
f You couldwind was told, later"that 'he' 'probably ,. -

1 I could have collected' ,a 'co ple' of 1 -.r: > -: : .. < :.-'. .

thousand dollars woith.of'conteSt COUNTY COMMISSIONER ... .
vI '.r. ; '
.J up, prIzes' in north Florida- had .he r hereby DISTRICT announce TWO ray candidacy o. .t,..... ..' ..., '. : byithCorona
ror .CountyCommissioner, District '. . .
properly registered the catch. : .' .
Tara If,erected"+I i.
: promise to give .
I here too Some of our local anglers' arekeeping" faithful, energtic, and conscientious .' .... .
service to this important, office I .
the'road hot' between c.
nt all times, be. H.v '
ready to canter -
:; .
I 1 if here and Mantanzas Inlet fishingfor and advise with my constituents !: "!, .

.. you're.not ,sheephead,;a..tasty,..fisR.a l 1 a my and district work for and the* the best county interest as of a '. .. f.. ." '. 1..1..' r

f I good fighter when he comes of whole. Your vote and' support on "f.'l '' ,7 .. .

;, fully size. Sept. !9 I will-A be ,deeply.. B. WHIT appreciated.! : ,. tf'" ," .n'.I'< '.:" .. __

: I' tried to get one of these HJJAU.i._ ; :' : : '' '' ..: ...

f < insured !r sheepheaded ,anglers to tell me FOR COUNTY DISTRICT'COMMIS910NF TWO : '/ .'....If'.';.",">r. ...:J...,'. -

1 how to hook a sheep head and he I take this means of an"' :. : "i, ';"0'. A1

should hook'' the fish flouncing my candidacy for reelection .
Many a.property owner has wound up "b hi.nd the eight says you as County Commissioner District ." .:\ : : ....
ball because his insurance just before he bites. Let's see now, Two, in the primary electionof :; :h,', ...
cover 'the lull current how was that? Sept 9. My years of experienceon ry
value of his home and household contents. If your'property the board will be valuable in .

1 'were destroyed by fire tonight could your insurance money WTVYYVYYYYVYVyyVyyyyyyyy administering the county and the I business am asking affairsof you,,. .... ;: : : .

make good the}loss at today's higher costs? If not.'you're to term.re-elert I shall me always for just welcome one more the' .'. """--."

t \lJd \iudred and Basking for trouble." See us for a prop RISING' advice and counsel of my friends -' 'x 1
; erty Insurance check-up today. and shall do all within my powerto .' ,
carry out their wishes for the _
best inttrest of all, the people' of
By Mrs. Gordon Jones our county.E. R V o

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+ "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" .The Eddie Normans and Mrs. I "hereby DISTRICT announce TWO my candidacy- "cam N ,y i ,. Iw.

r Buck Alvarez visited in 'Brooker for County Commissioner. District

200'E. Call Street Phone 146 Sunday afternoon. Two (North StarkeX subject to the .
will of the voters in the Democratic .
Hazel Jones of Brooker was the primaries., If elected'to this respon-

t Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536JII weekend guest of Carolyn 'Jones. sible best office efforts' promise toward a'progressive.t&-' give my rT e

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis of and impartial administration of 'the .
x Starke Florida Plant City were guests of'Mr. and affairs of my ,district and the county ., JI,; ,. .
as a whole. Your. vote and
Mrs. E. C. Lewis last week. ,. v. port wilUbe. greatly appreciated.sup. ,.1/';' .
!II' '.,.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Normanof -Ewell Lawson yes

Mulberry were weekend. guestsof


Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jones and I am announcing my candidacy .
for '. ,' .
County Commissioner: District
I'I daughter of Gainesville and Mrs. STo. 4., and I running solely.for 1; l .
I) the interest of all the people of Now enjoy Effortless Typing
;jl 1 ci R. J. Jones of Brooker visited the Bradford County. 1 am not running '!\ you can
Gordon Jones'family Saturday.. for any Individual or group of : : ; .
Mrs. Reed I Lewis and daughter ptople. The only promise that. i With beautiful l "print-perfect" letters every time
will make is that I will serve all : ,
left last week to join Mr. Lewis. t tfce" people 'of' the County to the ;'l, :: L ; .
;''fI v'- *. best of my ability.and that 1 will I. ; 1 much fun With the Smith-
in New Jersey. i be fair, honest, faithful impartialand .,_.,;. 'f. .. _' Never before has ft been so easy and so to type. new

I: Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Ellison of I. county.just 'to -all. the people- of the ;; tj : '.. : Corona Electric Portable a gentle touch of the keys and electricity takes the work

softly, I I. am ,& member of.. the Mason's, .. ; r's! off your hands quickly quietly and effortlessly) You finish typing feeling ai
Eastern Star Shrine Elks American ::
I CUCUMBER RELISH 12 large Legion and the. First Baptist, ..,'... : ; .= -l and relaxed as when you began. And no matter how you strike the keys .

cucumbers ;5 green,' pepperS';, '12 Church Your of vote Starke, and. support will be f--' ',-Y' :: every character prints with the same sharp, uniform impression. Just think of the

onions. Run these thru a food greatly. appreclatf'd.LAVERN- .,B.,.OUTLAW. .. ::_.;. .':: new pride you will take in your personal correspondence! You owe it to yourself

chopper and drain. -' ..' .' to see and try the revolutionary new Smith-Corona Electric Portable today ... -
Li; \ 4 4 4J Add 3 cups, sugar,. 2 cups.vinegar FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : O'

\ salt. Bring to a boil. This Is To my. friends .and FOUR voters ..of .,. .
very good in' winter. Seal 'while Bradford CountyJ V.:; '" h;.
: I hereby announce for reeleetioito
hot.Our the Board of County Commissioners : J\wllL\ ] poWh'J'
new lawn on'the south side from District Four. HavIng *
served on your board for sev. ,
by the chapel was planted to eral years, it has given me,the experience
I white clover and blue grass. The and I feel that 1 am qualified
for the job. Iy you vote for and
clover was full of ..fourleaf'ones support me,' I will' strive without i.

"No mother John didn't and so many people came to our tiring In my efforts to do a good -. .
geta job as I have tried to do In the '' Smith-Corona Electric
lawn to find good.luck. It was past. Thanks.! : Y? Even with the many new features on the .

raise such fun to look down and see a I .--JESSl'E.R., -C ASTAL- I Portable typewriter, it's amazingly compact and easy to cany. And .. :
pay-Mercury ry big four leaf clover. We should FOR CHIEF OF POLICE luxurious
with its own "Holiday" carrying case.
have lots of luck. We had our CITY OF STARKEVote it comes ,

just, looks that piano ,tuned too in case it is of Police.for Riley Sweat for'Clue. b '. ', }.
way. needed for solos. I feel that I am fully qualifiedfor ... "' J ,J
.the Job. '. .f' :-5 :. '.. ._ .. s <
My birthday has come and I have lived in Starke all of:my :' : ,
passed am now 61 and-In another life am a Veteran of World War
II, and have served with the Starke
year can draw Social Security Police Department about eight years
if it should be necessary. I During 11.months of that .time..t
served as Assistant Chlef.-
want to work as long as we .are I believe in enforcing the law,
both able. Some day I know -''we fairly and Impartially,. and wUl to
: the best of my ability, it .elected
will have to give up and move: Into I will appreciate. your.vote. and Bdford
to take life support. County
our new apartment
... Your friend .
easier! RILEY SWEAT.

I think of an of you dowjv there .
who read this. I hope life Is good CITY OF 8TAHKE

PRICES START BELOW 42 MODELS OF "LOW-PRICE 3"LMDA and time has been kind. ,We:uSedto To my 'frleads.and'voters'of' the*' L ,. j.. .,

start school at Clay HiUL.. the City of Starke .!
r loved I am announcing my candidacy for .__ ...._..J..... ,'t '. ,
first Monday In August. I' Chief 'of Police. I have 10 years of #.'; ... ., -1 ". .0;' .
i. ;: :. '
the day the children all came backto experience. I served u Assistant Chief I :;_ .. ,. ....1

school and I' 'was never. hap- in and' Starke now Acting for 11,''years Chief. I I.feel have I lived am I, : .: r :

pier than when with them I can qualified for the offiee. I win serve .' .... e e r a
aU the people of the city to the best : ; ', g P
vision now an their dea.; faces .
a of my ability and will T>e fair, honest ,. .... : r : '.
now grown and with ehjidreil of I faithful, impartial and just to all. .I .
am a' member of the PpMbyterian: .
could hear
MCGRIFFMERCURY MERCURY MOTORSPhone their I wish.I Church and an EIder :.'
from some more of then s.gz<1n. I Your vote and support'on Sept. 9th
God bless every ont: will I be. greatly appreciated..
Starke you
447' Fla. Court & Jefferson Sta.
Tour friend, .. ,. .. .
LOVE, MOTHER LURA..' B..,e. (Bea) Holttwdort C" --' '


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'I Pr.AndMrsrRitcL, : I Madison Street Jas. T. Lynn Sr.

Hosts'At'Partyu' Baptists To:Use Dies Suddenly .

For Engaged' CoupleDr. I New Building Monday Afternoon ,
i I t i I i i ; > .
and. afrs'Thomas! t;. Hitch i V > ; i '
were hosts at' a delightful swimming II I Sunday, Aug 24, has been set I James Troy Lynn Sr., 65, for.
i party and buffet supper as the date. for moving into the mer owner and operator of Azalea

Sunday afternoon at their Kings-1 I new building of the MadISOn Motor Ccurt in Starke, died sfod-
- .4dpe Moot Street Baptist Church. Rapidly
ley Lake home. The party honored I aI denly Monday afternoon as'the
--- -------- Miss yiry'Monroe and' !ier"fiance, nearing completion, these buildings :,, result-of. a heart attack.
1 ; are located on West Madison
Mrs. Charlie ,Cowen i Carl C. Mendoza 'Jr., both of I Since, retiring from his court
Street between Epperson and Al-
Is Honor Guest "icksonville, who will"be married i j I I '-on. Road | Mr. Lynn lived in rented quarters
Friday, Aug. 22, in the South 'oh Madison Street and was having -
I I Special services are being plan-
At Stork Shower Jacksonville' Presbyterian, Church. & home built on his property
ned and, the publicis invited to
Supper was sen'ed'on, ; the.patio, :at the end of North Church St.

.).(rs.- ,Charlie "Cowen was honored where summer flowers formed the j I 1I iu i attend.Ben Hall is supervising con- ': He was doing some work around

at lovely stork shower Tues- centerpiece for the green and I'y r the new construction at the time
struction of the first two umts
day evening .given by Mrs.. Mar- white' checked covered table. The r Newsome Family Has Reunion ccmposed of a chapel and an ed- j'I of his attack.
garet Blankenship, Mrs, Virgil hosts presented the engaged cou ucational unit. Future units are I A former resident of Tampa

Jordan Mrs,.Oerald priffis.. Mrs. pIe with a,gift insilver,. I I The Newsome family' reunion William to be added as space is needed. ,Mr. Lynn is survived by five sons,
Merrill Edwards, Mrs. Albert Newman Among tne 20.guests were Mr. /some, Rev. Lacy Mrs. J. Gregory all of Hamp- Thetus, Winton, and ,
[was- held Sunday July 27, at the The main sanctuary is to be com- Dewey Lynn
Mrs. Emory Prevatt and 3g4-. and Mrs. Sidney Lanier Monroe I(home of Mr. and ,Mrs. ,Pitt New- Rev.Conway' Rev. L. ,G., Hemingway, ton, Mr., and Mrs. Mac Hunt and pleted at a later date and will :iall of Tampa J. T. Lynn Jr.,

Mrs. C. R. Tillman at the homeof F parents of the ''bride- ect and )Jl-j I some on Bayless' Highway.: The and Mrs. :Richard Lee. Mr. children, and Mrs. Weeda Slocum, face :Madison Street. Bradenton, and Mills Lynn, Char-

the latter 913 E. Thomas street. and Mrs.. Carl. C. Mendoza,. parents ,photo. above 'shows part of the Newsome and Mrs:, Mr.Perry and Newsome,Mrs. ,Harold Paul all of Branford; Mr. and Mrs. The Bit ding Committee is composed I leston, W. Va.: two daughters,

Attractive arrangements of pink of the bridegroom-elect.. large crowd of friends : of L. A. Canova, Chairman; I Mrs. Elbert Prince and Mrs. Jes-
f and relatives Crawford, and .Charley Kirkland, Charles Waters of Lake City; Mr.
zinnias ,were placed at points of attending.The :1 P. T. Nolin;. R. O. Dansby; ; Ewetl sie Thomas. Sarasota: two brothers -
all of StarkeMr, and Airs.,Demp- arid Mrs. Fate DuPree of
Interest throughout the party Etherton-Judd F' occasion was also in honorof ; Lawson; W: J. Dodd; and D. L. Carl and Elmer Lynn, Tampa;
for the sey Clark ,and children, of Law- Mr. and Mrs. Pierce
rooms occasion. The white the 75th Newton and Thomas. 11 grandchildren, and three great
Engagement ToldMr. birthday anniversaryof fey;; Mr. 'and, Mrs. G. L. DuPreeof
linen covered refreshment table ''
k Perry"Newscme.. children ,r of; Largo; Mrs. Martha grandchildren.
Dade City; Mr. and Mrs. W.
was bowl centered with a crystal punch and Mrs: Glen "Ktherton Those: attending were Mr. and H. Newsome of Wildwood.Mr. and Newsome Mrs. Trowbridge, Mrs. Softball LeagueFor Funeral services were held in
which was surrounded with I
fern announce the engagement of their Mrs. Ernie Newsome and children Mrs. Leland Beadenbaugh, Miss Joe ,Shepherd and children, all the Tampa Primitive Baptist
Interspersed with pink gladioli daughter, Glenda Sue,. to, Dillard 1'I Mrs' Edna Newsome Jim New- I I lof
florets Mrs. Blankenshio pre- I Ruby Beadenbaugh, and Mr. and Jacksonville. Next WeekJoe Church at 10:30: a. m. Thursday.
.Judd of Russell B..Jufld
sided at the bowl. W. ; son i Burial in the Garden of
punch Crystal was
Mrs I
trars held dainty cakes nuts and .of Clewiston and Mrs. Willi Mae l j Mae-Judd Miss Linda.Brown Rites Set Friday Gray, chairman of the Memories Cemetery with P. T.
Judd of Starke And Freeman' Starke Recreation Department,
mints. Johns Weds Mr.'Cochran For Mrs. EdmondsonMrs.
Blount Funeral Home in
Miss Etherton is a member of announced' this week that a Softball -
Several games were played durIng ... August 2nd-
senior class of Clewiston High iWed : of four
the evening and prizes awarded Miss Nancy DuPre I the .1 Cora tMcK'mney'"dmondson League composed
School and plans to graduatenext
died local and team each
to the Mrs. Wednesday at
winners Cowen Mrs Willie Mae morning
Judd'and r-
was presented her gifts from a To Wed In Fall June. She is a member and Freeman1 Johns were united- ? the home of her daughter in :San- from Keystone Heights and Wal-
work at Community
in the youth
pink and white decorated bassinet. of active Church andis iii.: marriage <:at .the residence of 'tylr ford, after a long illness. She do will begin league play this
H. DuPre Presbyterian
and Mrs.
Mr J.
The hostesses pave her a bottle Clewiston Rey.,,W. E,.Hall of tine Pine,Level was born at Lake Butler on Oct. week.
Starke the engagement an officer in the
announce ,
1, 1879 and was the daughter ot
sterilizer as memento of the Baptist
a oc- Church
\ I ci their daughter, Nancy Louise, Assembly of Rainbow' Girls on Saturday evening the late Alfred and Alary Richardson The league is sponsored by the Oo
casicn. I ,.Aug,. 2, at .,
BY1'On'Gene of ;I of't' ,8. 'o'clockMrs. Recreation Avith
to McIntyre son j Mr." Judd .is, a graduate' McKinney Department
WMU Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McIntyre of I Starke' High School. He recently Wesley Moitt "Andrews'and'Mrs. Charlie 1 Surviving are two sons, Wiley Charles Schaeffer serving as 0o
Luncheon were the couple's only ,at- ;t rl ,
Jacksonville. I. enlisted in the U. S. Air Force tendents. and J. Clyde Edmondson Miami : 'presi ent.Double. I
Held' Tuesday Miss DuPre received her BAE : a ; five daughters, Mrs. Aura
orders to For
and is.awaiting' reportto her wedding Mrs. Judd are scheduled to
degree' from the University of Crosby Penney Farms; Mrs. Ef-
Lackland, Air Force Base, San chose.& light;blue lace'dre5i,/ om- be played at the Starke Softball
The WMTJ of the First BaptistChurch Florida in' June, '58 where she fie Crosby Starke; Mrs. Ammie
held its monthly luncheonat was a member of Zeta T.au: Alpha Antonio, Texas. plimented with black andwhite Richardson, Miami; Mrs. Earl!; field next Thursday and Friday ,
the church Tuesday?;with 32 sorority. No date-has been set for the accessories and she wore a 'liite'carnation Younger, Sanford; and Mrs. Cleone nights at'7:30.:
members and Mrs: 'W corsage.Following Reagan, Starke
guests. B.
McIntyre received his wedding; The
Mr. short public is invited and thereis
Munry presided over the meeting a wedding trip'in Services ,will be held Friday ,at
Bachelor of Architecture in June ,, South no admission
Florida charge.
Mr. and
which Rev. Lewis Haines 2 p. m.' in the DeWitt- C. Jones I"I
opened with prayer. '58 from the University of Flor Miss Sylvia Paulk Johns are making their' home at Chapel.. Burial will follow in. Mc-

.. The program was opened by ida. He was affiliated with Pi Sings For RotariansMiss 227 Mrs.Lake Park Place.. Starke. I tunney; Cemetery with UeWitt C.j a.

'lift., K..B.. Beard with, prayer. Kappa Phi fraternity. At the present Johns is employed. theSunland Jones Funeral Home in charge of 1C
Speakers were Barbara Sue Barks- time he is attending Officer Sylvia Paulk. popular local Training Center in arrangements. p
dale. Janet Hardy and Dea Walters in and Mr. Johns Is an THEATBiSTARKE FL-:
entertainer, was presented a
Candidate School in Newport, R. inspector for the Florida Live .
who told what they did at G. Sheriff Attends
I, program of songs at. the Rotary Stock Division in Gainesville and Mr "and Mrs-: Olbe'rt'Hr wn 'ol
A., Camp this year and displayed T
their hsprtv work A fall wedding Is planned. Club luncheon meeting Wednes- Ocala. Starke announce the marriage or Area Meeting Fri., Sat. Aug. 8, 9
David Haines and Mikel! Shep- day. She was accompanied at the their daughter, Linda, to Larry On Numbers Drive RAW EDGERory wish the contractor had warptd
Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. me about the Cider 0/
herd reported on activities at Circle Four WSCSCircle piano by Bob Smith. Junior Club
Jimmy Swindell of :Starke. ( Yvonne De Carlo
Royal Ambasador Camp this year.A Miss Paulk has received manylocal Names Chairmen i The bride was a 19 !graduate "Numbers selling in the countyis And
short' business session was 4 of the Methodist WSCS honors including being I at the lowest that I can remember -
of Bradford High School and Mr.
held after which Rev.. Haines. will have its regular monthly Starke's Centennial Queen and Font, New Season Cochran graduated from! hign ," said Sheriff P. D. Reddish.He MERRY ANDREW THIS WEEK111ff

guest speaker, gave as talk on "The meeting at the Recreation Build- being chosen last March as the ,: school' in Atlanta, Gal: in 1952. attributes this to the present With Danny Kaye
Same Yesterday, Today and Forever 8 outstanding youth of the city for Chairmen for the The marriage' took = campaign against the racket that Plus Serial Chap. 7 and Color Cartoon -
I on Tuesday, Angust 12.at p. m. coming year were announced place July
." Mrs. Ruth Haines the by is going the for Children t
gave I her services rendered to the the Junior 26. now on throughout
Olson and Mrs. S. P. Woman's Club this ill
closing while all joined State
prayer church school, and community.She week :
hands. I|I Staneff will be hostesses. was presented on Wednes- as follows: Sheriff Reddish attended a SUN., MON., TUES.
Home and Education, :Kathlene Circle
day's program by her mother Mrs. f meeting; July 31, at Gainesvillewith Auff. 10, 11, 12
Established 11894 :Mrs. Dave Paulk. Wayne ; Public Affairs Meets At Raiford other law enforcement officers DOUBLE FEATURE -
ALVAREZ' STORE and'Children's Comm., Mrs.
I ,Men's, Clothing The program was in charge of Elden f MathewS; Community of the area for the purposeof The Lone RangerAnd MEDICINECABINETS
The W. M. S., Kathlene Circle exchanging information about
Ted Connell.IT'S Achievement Contest, Mrs. George' The Lost! City of Gold
.. -- '- .. Shuford; Health, Mrs. James,,ot..I h, .,Raifo,d"BjJ.ptist, .Church illegal whiskey'sales and numbers \\ith The Lane Ranger and Toato t'
met lecentlyat the home of Mrs.J. sales in their respective counties. AND
thitty; Fine Arts, Miss Louise
; M. Conners. Scripture reading The meeting was called by the
[ Stern
Mrs. Sam Zack
; Publicity ; Flesh and the SpurJohn
1 f Finance co-chairmen, Mrs. Joe and opening prayer was given' by Sheriffs' Bureau 'and informationwill
I Warren and Mrs. S. E. Schuman; Mrs. C. B. Stallings. be compiled by director Don Agar and Maria English
Social co-chairmen, Mrs. Harry i Discussion on the "Royal Service McLeod for- the purpose of locating Plus Color Cartoon for Children 14X20$8

." program, God's Word on each ring' and determining
Elrod and Mrs. Marco
Seymour ;
Wed., Thur. Aug. 13. 14
International Affairs and Religion, Stewardship was led by Mrs. interconnections.. DOUBLE FEATURE 11X22 $10
Mrs. L. H. Outlaw; Membership, Conners. Mrs. Jim Hardin spoke I At the meeting Reddish learned

UNLAWFUL Mrs. J.. R. Chasteen Jr., Parlia- on "Foreign Missions." Next that some numbers were pickedup Man In The Vault

mentarian, Mrs. Ovid Bennett; month's project'will be Community In Alachua Ccunty which were William Campbell, Karen Sharpeand

Thrift Shop, co-chairmen, Mrs. Missions., alleged to have come out of Brad- Anita Egberg 1
Jack Griffin and Mrs. William The members' voted to name ford County.' AND

Smith; House and Hospitality, the circle, The Kathlene Circlein Alec Guinness
Mrs.'Ben Moxley; Telephone, Mrs. honor of Mrs. Kathlene Rai- WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, & SERVICEBEWARE
Richard Cauffman. ford. former member'' of the No Pants No Shirts, Must Be ALL AT SEA

"ForAny'Person or Persons to Engage in i Mrs. Hogan Smith of the senior church who now, resides. ,in an- Clean. Bradford County Tele Plus Color Cartoon

\ Woman's ''Club is sponsor for the other community. graph.

Junior Club again this year. Plans were discussed for for-

;, Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless mation of a Circle at the State I.f

Baptist Church Farm in the very near future '
-. '. ''Refreshments of layer': cake

ti Executive BoardThe and peach ice cream ,were servedby I

The Name Is Mrs. Conners.
executive Board of the First ., ,
:; Baptist Church'met Tuesday, PATIENTS ADMITTED TO
f 11:30 at thechurch.. President BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL
,: Airs: W.; B. Mundy presided over I .
the business meeting. Chairmengave The following patients were admitted '

their report and old and new to Bradford County Hos- O.F FALSE PROPHETS i //I
'-, business was discussed. The meet- pital during last week: Daniel E.'
ing was closed with prayer. Gaither, of Jacksonville, Brenda
This Florida Law Louise Ricks of Pala tka. Charlotte OF WOLVES, IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING J. t fI

i i DuPont Staff Party I Fairbie Jones of Florahome,
Lawtey, -
"It shall be unlawful for defiled hereto /
any person or persons, u U Set 'For August 14 Moore, John Henry Howardof

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de Mlddleburg, Harry W. Tison of -

fined,'without'. and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Ridge Staff and members Highlands of the DuPont Trail Imanding,Waldo Jo Ann Whitaker of Camp WE ARE OPEN AS USUAL )

: Nela! ,M, McGee, RubyG. ,
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business plants, with their wives and dates,, Glisson Claude E. Gainey of I

is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid' affidavit will be entertained at a dinner- Lake Butler, Gertrude E. Pack f.

signed by all interested persons,. stating: under oath the names- of dance in the Camp Blanding officers ham, Rosa Millie Lee.PeggyCrosby ,EVERY! LEGAL BUSINESS DAY YO.1

all those 'interested in the' business enterprise, the extent of the interest Aug. 14.club Thursday' evening, Merren Charles Lizenbee, and

of eachkand the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. The hospitality hour will'begin '.Wayne.Also R.Donald L1z nbee.Wayne. Frees. From .8. A.M. To 10 P.M. Fri. & Sat. Till 11:30 P.M.

Said registration,may npt be made until the person or persons desiring at 6:30.: with dinner served at Wanda. L. Sapp of Lawtey, Bar- AND EXPECT t
7:30.: ? bara.,:Ann Baldree of Green Cove TO BE RIGHT HERE FOR A LONG TIME!
to engage iii business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or i
Springs. Brenda,Teresa Mattox of
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week'for four Holy Name,Society Jacksonville Francis Marion
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county Gives 'Ham Dinner' Crawford, 'Ruth Frazier of Graham i We Offer The Finest in Domestic and

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not fct ; Charles. Leach,- Martin Mc- Imported Products for Your Partyor
Daniel, Rosa Lee
The Holy Name Society ol St. Wainwright of
accepted-by the clerk of the circuit court except''' upon receiving proof of Edward's Catholic Church helda Green. Cpve Springs Clifford G.Miller Special Occasion. It Will Be A. ,

such publication :' ham dinner I ia the Parrish Hall, of Flora home, Doris Eloise 1 Pleasure To Serve You. ..;

Thursday evening, July 31. About j Martin of Lawtey,. Sidney'J. Mar- : '", ; ;. "

125 were, present. Prizes were tin of Hawthorne. Dorothy C. .

If you are engaged in business under any,name one awarded ton air as,follows conditioner: First, to prize Mrs., Michael Crawford of Fendrick(Lawtey of Keystone Stephen .. "InJThe 'Meantime. .. Want- To Wish. You A "Very Happy Day" And, The. #. 'Best. .

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R E. Mundorff of Starke; Second Heights, William Burton Belote Of Good Health *,

prizes, to Ronald Vanesse of 3rd of Keystone Heights. Elizabeth .
other than own andbave not had this Springfield Mass., L. D. Widdenof Weigle Moore o{ Palatka" Ernest -
your name Starke, L. Wallis, and JOhn- .(Tanner. and: Darrel Wayne Robin- HARRY DAVIS :-
nie Kopelousos. Second prizes were son. -

either an electric, blanket or an Colored admissions were: 'Annette -
A and
prpper1y4advrtisJ d registered we wibeglad electric trazor.Recent Barbara SheD,David James
; of., Lawtey. and .Louise- Lavania

to give all Information to Birth ,. I Hddsoh.: .
yon necessary as NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns an- .-' LONG BRIOOE REST
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nounce the birth of a son Phillip I will not lie responsible ,for

what : i Jerome on Aug. 1 in St. Vincent's debts made

you should do. ,." f : 't' Hospital, Jacksonville, .any myself.! -Benjamin by anyone, 'Sta,.otherthan' ng

tr 'Jr." 8i Yt-814
J ,' ,- Bradford County Hospital an- Where You Can Feel Assured Of The Fullest Extent Of Courtesy
nounces the following births: .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM : .- .. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wainwright I And Respect.

of Green Cove Springs, a WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, ...

daughter. Aug. 4. i No Pants! No Shirts. Mn t BeClean II .Miles From Starke On Highway 100 Enroute To .Lake Butler

..- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martin of Era for4 County 7e1tcr&PL' ..

,1EIt: :- : Lawtey. .,, a daughter, Aug. 4. .. '.. i ..--'.. I .


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"J N.K SM EAR".ED '.

'tBtTRD.-\T.. AF.0TTST: .1,js : p ,_ ---- -- --
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. '" '. each week for four Wl'ekS' bidder. The Road IVnjirtmem r<.-.
4I -- ----- ... -- -.T"W; i dfeWs7'1i. f-H' ies1tI1tg'fl1t1g.ywu 'TorltfoifCH Man 7 i ;nQ ltEasy1: ntt'"Bl'fMbtd'CffMyTb1tfMh consecutive serves the *'l 10111 to rejevi *gi.y aad ,'

flQttd _'Dated'this C 'dayfof Aug. 1958 all bids.
''%nd I relatives'Here Jover') the"week- I" ISKAL) STATE ROAD DEHAUTiu JXT .

end'' "* f< "' : J. G. Caldwell, who retired recently r'-' -,'-- '.r' : ...CHARLES A..DARTJYClfrk"of OP FLOP.IDlBYx JA. BKEWKHDISTRICT ..
I t Circuit Court. '
I ''' r. ''Mrs..tRb'ti rtJot. e a1fd,8b4f as fann :.foremah/at the ; I By Marian L. ('rlrby'Deputr Clerk" -.' E.":'CGIXEnRS7'

I L 1i tii1d fBPbt ttri State'Prison, is jlanning'to'.take __,' 1117-4t-812 | it *\UIX :

eldd ith !1i er" pareAts; f trf: ii easyton/ois! two acre 'place I .i -= "'f*'. lEllGTlii J NOTICE TO BID THE COUNTY-JUDGE'S;: : 'COURT, ..

1id"Mrs.J E.fj't; flngrvtii1e; located JuSt-out ofstarlte on ..v (;n A'.IU I Sealed bids will be received 'at ix AND FOK'BRADI'ORD'COUNq

I enfoute ;lo'"Creenwich/'C
f'a visit'iispa? nts
.. ... .,. ... .. } : a SIBLKY deceased. _
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-.I "'" I- -,.u 1 1'"- r ,0 Jj i'b1g f--l tdW above -"taking'U" asy" with one ; of the following "described, building

:ilr. and Mrs. Inman Green'and I I sMrj land Mrs.E. 'Mo.Davis'wereinlYa'rpon xi4L'. :are 'staying --with the' of ':the several Chihuahua' pups ,- :4:;, ; < dons&va&W f Service frota'(!o1) righti between-. Starke y ef State.and !Road..awtey.PF1UPfIOSOf'B'JLDISG 200. I All NOTICE creditors TO tf tREDITORS the Estate of .

DowiiBgs l' *- '* v which..he and Mrs. CaldweU'make ? fBy'Bffl'HMs; ; : WALTER S SIBLEY. deceased are
family visited M and Mrs. Will- Springs'last'Friday fo I ;i- ? i > J' '
.44 file .
1 hereby notified and required to
ard Pass In Tallahassee! over the i attend '\thel'tu, tal 'of r'a '-br6trie- 'capt.dF.tf}.{ !ltBuHtMtWl-I a'specialty', : of, raising for their f. -- -',* Thet JO1dtI i H IIthID1stit ;!a-story arid business cement bul'ding'locatE'd block gift shop' on ,I any claims or demands which they .,
weekend. I in-1 w. C., 'H. Reed. They '$pent i!t ris tiivM t fWtthYler.ahMg : '- own pleasure,, as well as for sale. iZ'i''d r ; 'WnJ1'tiel r ret d&t ttf property purchased, from 'F R. ,. office way have of'the against County said Judge Estate of in Bradford the.

? Mr. and Mrs. \V.. It. Morse of 'Friday might 'with ;'Mrs. fvsv!. :'r1 iT1ltkt w .!k"' ft t thrk= e! 's The parents of five' girls, 'who -'b'? anriual:}tfeetmg "of 'l.t1Fr ,:'AH.: Carradine.' bid ers are required, to acennpany County, Florida. in the Court- I
Stone''and 'Miss Mamie Anderson !niel'tc b riee., 1I1ea1id'ti1stf1f have ; them wilh nine their house in Starke within eight: calendar
Merritt Island former Starke presented Ass6eia t briCtfot-s:: ii I t-cdriserY: ; bids with a proposal months .from the date of the first
the sum ii1Ar her. e' wnptie h :eoi.tM6 tli grandchildren,4 Mr.'and Mrs;'C ld- guaranty In' the form of a surety bid of this notice. Each claim
residents. are spending I Disfrlct lBupervisors in 'Ft.rPiercenext5weefc. publication
I 1 : 'lW'J. bond or cashier's check in the amount
mer-at'their'Blue bird Hill Karri. Lt. 'James'L,; Stith Fensacota iflfrkr.'liNhiCh' hVill "fdSSt'g1t edto.&th well recently 'moved into their ;: .: of:$1 OIl.0 0 made payable to the State or demand must be in writing and

Fa cy'Cap. Va. spent f the1 weekend with 'Mr. and tI jft'BUeJMi' : l; :"Ga.' small hbme.just across"the high- Fcfst rShIthTChairthftnf' i I'I'Road Department of Florida. must post state office the ad place,>ess of of residenceand the claimant -
4init id Salvage material will become
Mrs. *Jfm"ChIt 'en. t d rsL.. J. ,Gr 'son-in-law the and must be sworn to by the
; wIy from'that'of 'their ( rS
Jackie Arnold leaves Frktayfortwoweeks the 'Boaid t P ; :Bradford property of'the, slIl'<'esstul.bldder and
in .... _, ., claimant his agent: or attorney. or it
'Mr. 'Mrs. son Archie spent Wednesday d. L I' d-l- m "L. LL
: visit with Laurene and H. W. Williamsof and daughter. Judge and"Mrs: T. 'Soil Ccfiftrtttftin 'District; uvu loxivtiuivii oe:! anezi into COn- 'will become ,void according to' law.
I Mount Dora were weekend Daytona,'Beach"on "business.'L. Y Caldwell has*always pideration In submitting bid propo- Florida National llank of Jackson-
Butler jn Hollywood Fla. 'Jane A. wnMr: G. Caldwell is on UiEiatl- rniSottant "Water 'eaK Successful, bidder, will, be re-
guests of Mrs. W. N. North. "W. Dth13.i 'and "Mrs. loved "making things grow," arid ; ; 'cILil'P4ta' enter into a renjovaj, contract August 1, 1958.
Coriserr4tt6iifCommittee.President ;
Mrs. Lyle Anderson and familyof Mr. and'Mrs. Mack Yongue' and Trawick, both of Starke. will receive he already has the 'grounds 'at ,and Friend : 'and remove' building "$nd debris yule BY _
: W A. .aunt1 Ci I- '
Charleston, S. C. are spending \ master's degrees in i rteht-of-way within' twenty
Ocala visitors their !- 1'1| Fred J. Thompson Jr.
sons of were Sunday like small "
their place looking a from bid
this week.with.Mrs. Alice .Anderson t" inovies'in a sawdust-floored: build- montlllFesent4bIs4repOrt "as acceptance. Per-' Assistant Trust Officer. Administrator -
'at the' IT of summer
of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. G. C Jd- formance bond, in the amount of
with fish pond
and Mr. and-Mrs. Robert Turner park complete ; 'ling that served theatre for the''ftrsVtifcerPof'tiusffissl5Tnififsdayl of Estate of Walter S. 'Sib.u
well. 'session 'commencement exercises experiment 'with as a tUiilQP J.. !! st., .... u s ul I Jey, deceased. ,
at the State Farm. his first ; 'the divided patrons. !'fiffibfaufti*welc6me'by'BerOthrs lilT 4t 8128
Robbie Shaller 'in Florida Gymnasium Gaines _
'Mr. 'and Mrs. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of and Col. and Mrs. John Beidler yule Saturday," Aug. 9, ,at'8 .p. "m.Mrs. cement] The former agricuitura manager fnardfR bn! ;'m3'br'1&'Pt'ithe: ; r i :

Oviedo, spent Sunday to' Wednesday of Keystone Heights spent Sunday / ."'Mitel Merse'reau and Mrs. The active/'and healthy Mr. ; remembers that-at-one.-time &ri>ttielprogfim; 'ire'' Y 10>> PIECE.

with'.Mrs. T. J., Griffin, Mrs. at Daytona Beach, :St Augustine 'Jennie Thorriqoest have returned Caldwell 'looks back' on his 30years'with" the"prison used'oxenJn its fanning" Sncthf Slcw Chevrolet .

Carrie':Hitch and Miss Annie Dar- and Marineland.Mr. to 'their homes 'after two'Veeks Che State' Prison 'as -operation. a sharp 'contrast COItili11 f t ::r'SfBtj --ii--. .'.,-' ;;- .....
c tr" : -
fcy. Mrs, Jordan, Mr.. ..Gnffin spent in'Hendersonvilie, 'N. C., as "fnter sUng work and says he 'with'the 'modem' methods 'used of fcalfor;" rlceifresSdent" 'and I i' -
: 'Mrs. Goldwireand
and Gilbert
Mrs. Ritch 'and ,Miss Darby at- Ocala Sun- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. yuig has keen 'many' Improvements Inthe today. secretarlit..tred f 'i. ecU if tr: i : :
tended 'a tea on Tuesday at the son Ray, ley in>their mountain, home.-La1J- 'Farm's operation. of theTstaV-; ti :' ,4ima NGIROOMGROUP
day visiting Mr.and Mrs.. W. H. ;; work In: spite of retirement Mr.- and "
firSt stifted 'to : '
Southslde Woman's Club in Jacksonville tel Lodge.Burge 'When he Jchn >T. jsvsscta., 'I1pre t1ng
Peebles. They also 'visited Mike Mrs. Caldwell are looking forward. *
[ *
: thV entire'prison1 population lfo %&' &"Com-1
given'by'Mrs. C. C. Men- 'in Searing Archie Green; thee, Goddyear &

doza honoring Miss Mary :Monroe Goldwire at the U. of 'F. and Ben 'North. 'who have been i consisted of "''about '600 prisoners tq keeping' busy,'w1th'their'gardeniI ,- pany who will announce (the; Sofa Bed Platform Rocker -- TV I
Gainesville. caring for their flowers, 'enjoying -,
fiancee of Cliff Mendoza, attending theUniversity 'of''Flort I taoV io'f imilfes-T-less'than'aihlrdoVts \ winners of the Goodyear award "
'Mrs. 'W. B. :Mundy and Mrs.JJ. j their 'and '
large goldfish
whose wedding will be an eventof A. Griffin are attending the Baptist da Summer'School Band Classes, present-size.: The Inmates I : ,. for outst ndmgdisricitwork" : :chair -- 2 Stepend Tables 1 Coffee ;;
attendedBpbbyCrews raising more Chihuahuas.
Aug. '22.1frs. appeared 'with 'the band in 'a and the residents all Featured ''speakers Ube Rev:
WlvU'week at Ridgecrest N. ... ,
Alice Anderson was inRome Twilight Concert Wednesday of ; 1. Panels C. TSmelt 'of"Seville, rand Table 2 Table
C 2 Sofa
,. Ga. a few days last week Charlotte Bradley of Altamonte last'. 'we k at the "Plaza of. the To Lead Council. HearsRecreation John Wak field.. Director :of j the :I I Lamps -

tq attend the funeral of an aunt l Springs, former Starke resident Americas.Lt. RevivalServices; Department"'of 'Water Resources Pillows '

):frs: S. C. Terry. Mrs. Anderson spent1 last week'with Agnes Douglas 'Wniiim o: 'Collins "'Jr.rof ? ; 'Group in 'Flo da.l*!!!,addition,''the statewide I
also' spent Saturday and Sunday and this week with Gerry the, rniy' Reaetye baa, completed At JoijistwnChuch sdl and 'w t 'conservation -SIIzr4z

Tallahassee with friends. Beth Mooty.Mr. two "weeks or !innal 'actIve"duty Proqress'R poEt public 'spe king contest''will 'be

).Irs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. Ju- and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were traintag"at' Fort McClellan, :A1a. U held. There' will be one: contestant

niiis Smith leave Friday for ten Jast Wednesday evening dinner He Isa ''member' of the 3ioth : frofaTe'ach of!the 'six 'areas' far the

days business trip to Chicago, guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. 'B. Chemical Co.. Fort Myersand [ City Council 1Gray heard a report state''speaking on the 'subj, cfi ? C.

Hl,;Mrs. Johns will attend the I Kelly in Gainesville.Mr. the 'son of Rev. 'W. O. Collins of ,4 from Joe chairman of the Conserving'Florida's Soil' and

Starke.' I Recreation Committee and'' James Water: Resources for the :Future S
:Merle Norman International Cosmetic Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and ; .

convention and Mrs. Smith: 'I daughter Ginger of Starke and rMr.'and Mrs. J. E.Wall Jr.'and .Bloodworth ,at; 'ruesdaynight's Thomas B. Manuel, Chairman Sir
wiJI,spend several days in Joliet, Mrs. Aggie Jones and Mrs. Virgina family of Stark, and her father meeting. Theysa1d'nttle to ress of I the Florida State' "Turnpike, .. --. -u ..

attending trade school of the National Mitchell of Callahan spent last L "C. "H6rrnf n fof oe :'njl 'iiWere' had been made on the county- 'Authority, will speak at the Joint S '

'Institute of Laundrying.J. week at Fort Lauderdale. 'v caU nb ''rtlie 'ii>ast<;tvifo 'vi4ie.'r'' atlon' project/but that luncheon on-'Friday. ..,

.' F. Baumgartner and ,Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Will Slade of wtfeks'ta the 'smo1 Y'1.I '- ( ains': the County' Committee had now -

and Mrs. Wilbur Watkins, Sara- Baxley Ga. are spending this They 'were''accompanied 'I>ack1''iyUis. 4 been fully appointed and would NOTICE .

sola were Tuesday visitors ol:, week at the Slade guest houseon ?"Theodore'BrOOkS; of 'Glen- have'ame ing this week.:Another NOTICE IS,HEREBY GIVEN: ."
meeting with the County Commission That on the 18th day of August,
Lawson.. for'a'week's''visit.
Mr; and-Mrs.-H.: Kingsley Lake. viHe N.lc. 1958.. atl%:00 o'clock noon. the under

;Mr. and-Mrs. Chester Wise ands Freddie Thomson of Monticellois ilr.'ind' 'Mrs. be\rge: 'A.'wink- 4 Ca" is scheduled for' next week. signed will,sell for cash, to the highest -.
ii* f' : .. !''At that time it will probably be and best'bidder the following described -
N. Walnut street haven6ved visiting his grandparents, Mr. ler'wflPretnTn1 Friday from two 7 .;.... property:
: to Camp Blanding. Mr,, and Mrs. F. F. Stump this week. wdeks 'wedding1 'tiip 'down 'the .! decided how the money appropriated The following LP Gas cylinders: t' -t.-t

and, :Mrs. Roy Roddy .are rentingthe Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ochlock- Florida 'East 'coast: They twill?re 1 '".1.1 ,by the county will be used. TPL84451.! L3669JO LPA3811 L43-
; 1835 L3649S9, L479071, L555390.
.Wisehouse., nee, Ga. spent last week with the side In. 'the .Winkler apartments. ; ,,-' "'"") Another delegation met with ,TVV7M49: LM36691, LM70213. L33- Small Down ONLY \

Mrs. H. G. Bollinger and three Stumps. Mr. and ''Mrs., William ''Oliver I the council to ask that lights be 7775. 55736 3431 L556390. L455766.

daughlew; left Wednesday ton' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson of:fst' 'Petersburg were Tuesday .iUHf*&*. ii.ii Mi4TWIlliam'RiBobb ***'-', Installed at'RJE athletic ,field. 'LPA40944/L455S27 458, L340489, L22973S, L184735., LMS3395 L362-, Payment \

Ohio -for* two weeks visit with of Gainesville visited :Mr. and visitors' 'of 'Mr. and :Mrs. Ronnie [ ] "CrewS, febn I The delegation was made up of L173134, L556440, 6669 L189717. 95 \

Dr. and Mrs. Bollinger's parents Mrs. J. 'R. Kelly over the week- of''Mrs.JM rlie M/Crewsf.e.nd'the ,Principal Eddie Tompkins, Deacons L455818 L556580 331%, 337254 228,
Mtmdprff. L3344 L169747, 16986. 63913, L55-
:Mrs. J. 0. Winters in Greenville! : tat WSt !f&'d 1L.; I Crests L f, I Long Royal and Marshall. Council 6461 L556291. L556310.
end.Mr. DougIasNolin'; "Marine'tMficers
is -
and Dr. '*ndMnf.: 'F. E. Bellinger and Mrs. Gene Stroud of 'attending Bridge, Wiu 'conduct Tevivll ?S erIees' : decided that, since schools can Quantity of 3 .8 Copper Tubing 'out
Candidate School at 'of 3 Condensers 1 Kerosene! container -
; '
in Delphosl: Greenville, Fla. were guests of 'Va. for s1XJw J ekS.\' 'at sj6fensWwh }Baptist buy"surplus ri terials'fr in Camp -20 gallon capacity; 30, ft. Easy Terms I

Mr.. and, Mrs. H. V. Mooty of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elder while Quantico, ar r starting'"Suriday"Aiig.. '18. Blanding atta substantial discount of various size water pipe; 40 5- ;
:kr'and''ijrs. D.;IJ'"Thomas'aMfamily'mov.ed ', gallon jugs and cans: 1 F & W
visitors ;
Miant..Were: Saturday of the Elders were spending last *Borne aridi'continuing'through.! Augi: IT. that if 'the school would Water'pump'"No. 123942 with Clinton -

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty while week at Kingsley Lake. Intb1 theirnew TMr.'CreWls! nowta his'-third puchase the materials the city 2 h. p. Gasoline motor; 1

enroute ,to the Smoky Mountains. Merrill Struth and son, Roddy "TSouth-f301 rover the 'weekend. Dempster Water Pump No. 4SC-2 p
i ear'it !Bible"BatIst 'Seminary wculd take care of installation. '
with 4 cycle Briggs-Stratton mo
Mrs. 'H?; B. McLendon of Or- attended the funeral of his broth- Mr. .'and 'Mrs: Gart IMathewg Texas. tor. HART FURNITURE CO
inlArlington: It was decided to cover or remove -
lando returned to her home er-in-law Lonnie DeSha in Wild- were NepHme !Beach on"Suri-; Said sale ,will be conducted Immediately -
Mr.'rand"'Mrs. LowellMithewsi'and iTt e>rtvIval Services"will n>egih the two'Ughts in front of west of the Bradford Coun- ,
Thursday after spending a few wood Sunday afternoon.
Jail in Starke, Florida: and will
kferninghat''lloldock"and BHS for the'summer months. ty
Sunday City .
days at Kingsley Lake with her Miss Gale Denn'of Jackson- son, ,Dennis. I be held in accordance' with Chapter 123 E. Call St. STARKE FLORIDA I _
W1l1 6eti. tdr ach h g a 8.I' workmen did the'work'Wednesday 5&!, Florida Statutes of 1955. ,
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and vile was weekend guest of Mr... Mrs. Bessie Faxon "'spent ''the ,
morning 'This tbe.6th'day of August, A. D...
; M
: iMrs. E. L.'Ma1f1 ws; 7 and Mrs. Charles Dinkins.FLORIDA past week in the Jacksonville I The public is cordially ,invited I 1958. ,

Naval Hospital, for treatments.Mrs. to attend. 'The only other business was the Ct a'rles--A. Darby .-
appointment inspectors for the Clerk of Circuit'Court
John Anderson and son Bradford County, Florida,
John, and'Mrs. E. J. Sfa'b: -' nd ASC'CommJtteemeh Doming election.' The appointnients'were 817 2t 814| "
made and includd 'i _
two hildten of'Cocoa spent the I are -
A THEATRESTARKE weekend'With 'Mr. and Mrs. 'A. W. Are'Given Aid 'in the legal advertisement of MAKE THE ZENITH VALUE CHECK! ,

To 'Keep OfficeClyde the Telegraph. NOTICE OF ELECTIONI.
Anderson Sr.
William. T. Jackson. Mayor oi :
'Mr. and 1.1rs.Warren:: Winkler Starke, Florida.,by. virtue of th I --MAKEEVERY I
home Cone and C. Andrews, Traffic Cases authority vested In 'toe'by Law d<
SAT. AUG 9. are'moving L'1to"thelr new
Thur., Fri. Auff. 14, 15 of the Committee h reby' al1:an Election to- be held,at:
members County
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE BIG, DOUBLE FEATURE on Pratt 'street'this'week. In Mayor's Court the Fire Station in the aforesaid Town
.... of _the Agricultural Stabilization by'Qualned "on'Tuesday'Sept'ember ]
Mr.'and'Mrs."Richard CroSby of ,and Conservation ''pro 9, 1958, for the purpose "01; DOllAR1OOIT: [[ } I
;L.. L1 I Pompano Beach are visiting'Mr.and Charged with reckless 'driving, electing, the following officers:
7 gram, along with Mrs. Mildred 'John Cummings "ONE 'fillEt' OF POLICE, FOIi ,
Negro, was
'GEORG5MoNTGoMERY I''iL Mrs. Carl Roberts. !
Sapp- offIce manager of the pro-
found, not lack '
guilty toy of evi-
Mr. and Mrs. 'R. P. Jackson 1 I.
gram ask d County'Commission dence in 'May's Court Monday 'ONE ALDERMAN FOR TWO TNiI
and 'children of WhippanyN.;; j; .
ttiem'to office YEARS.JGKOUP
to'aid keep an afternoon But Cummings
tire 'spending veti'weeks With -> pleaded 1 ii. withwifaine!
\: M G M Mr.4and'Mrs.' 'lI'red Leonhard and in this county. guilty to using profane language ''ONE ALDERMAN FOR TWO
nu_, _1AR1ll1oo11l Because of the curtailment ,of YEARS.I .
.. and was fined $37.
Lake and' :
family at Spring Starke.Mr. _
l.-.uIII I
ii i"m" funds it.has been that !
suggested I lOSE .JA11T1II
"ind 'Mi-s.1 R. 'E.: ''Parker of In another rtaffic, case Christian -; ALDERMAX FOR TWOTEARS.
I .
the 'consolidated ,
"l cal office be 'Hansen
Atlanta nd Mrs. J.' E. Woods 6fRidgeiand was charged With '\1 81'ECTOB8 FOR SAID ELECTION : .
with ;the one' "Union ; .
County. failure to have vehicle under contrOL ,
AND i :
S. C. were Monday '
overnlg'htjuests of'Mr.( and, Mrs. Seven counties, Bradford one' "of causing :anaccident.. >Hpleaded.guilty'and MRS. ERNESTINE DENMARKHAY --_' / ,
b ; --- -l. 1p t I ; them Ire Slated 'by'the state of- was fined $37. KBOSESBl'JWER
Pwiawunt/PieienU g Ewell L wsbn. '
AUWDOROTHY ficeof Uie :ASC to be consolidated ,Will Hudson '82- old [SHELLIE A. taIJOUN .& t! ph
year Lake
.1 'iiadre'en2S'immons left Wednesday i
; 'LADD"LAMOURRORT R for a week's'visit'with1;Marilyn unless'they can help offthe 1v1th'the office.:: id- Butler_ *'negro,. pleaded ,guilty! '.to :CHARLES HARDYc. I I L
; ministrative costs failure to have vehicle.under-con- w. COLSON'ALBERT '
ChambersIn Lake .
City.Andy ; FOSTERIn
-- ; LlOYD ir The'comx lsIon voted'on Com: bol, causing! anaccident_ .. He_,warined"IST'and !! ; Testimony whereof, 'I hereunto {} sfAAjCllltJ
i"TFIUMPSON nilisioner'Cr "w! rd's' motion 'and subscribe and the
; his license piCked my name cause
;PRESfON .:NOlAN Griff Seal of Said Town to be hereunto
< Plays ttarrell's! .sefC? d'7.to. budget' 'the bp"W' th eeco'rnmer1atinthiathe' affixed this the 5th. day of August, E

t, -., Backwoods< ,'GIn ASC ;6ffice 'free'rent 'a $1,500.. 1Ie 'reexarhined for < drivers "i.berise. A, D.. 1958.OFFICIAL. '

Ia Ia4LAATtI Renthasbeen'. charged*at'the rate ( SEAL) AV )
bl11tII '
[ Florida Film off$240 'peryear.; The free rent 'in'two cases, 'with -defendants ATTEST: :

will'begin 1I m ediarely. hot 'appearing on charges of 'ruri-- CARL JOHNS (AT t"l
One Broadways most 'successful CARL JOHNS CITY CLERK
ning'a red"light.:Herman'Kramer 5, 1958
comedies, "No Time for Aug 8, 15.-22. 29,' Sept

e Post 56-Kickot fend William HOW id Thompsonboth' ,.
Sergeants 'wtll'nrrive"Sunday"th .
the r r f ited bond of'12.Richard .
a Its movie version at Florida r4
Theatre. -- For Herman Tefrim, "alsO NOTICE TO DEFEND .
Membership forfeited' ','t1oI a' When 'be :'did not !. Circuit Court. Bradford Cauntj
Andy Griffis was 'the popular Florida: IB Chancery.Case --- --
Plus ,Blouse' Taken Identity" choice' to play the role of'"Will appear to:ifleTend a'charge of tejckf N.. 1:-n.
Set For
Cartoon TuesdayAmerican f ess 'driving"with excessive'speed.BondVas Helen ParKer Plaintiff, vs. Larry THE TRENTON Lf1VALUE
Stockade a backwoods Georgiadraftee M. Parker Defen nt. C
,, whose troubles with the $37.Postponed NOTICE TO Al'1'EAR" ; "Mild 82223 Table TV NEW HECK IT

'Sun. Mon., Tues., 'W d. Army are many and hilarious. Legion Post 56 will to'alater date was To: and Larry address M., Parker is Unknown., whose residence 21*,overall diag. 262 sq. in. IIolIZvIa.sabfIl

13 I- be host at a free hamburger'frY the thai of Freddie Typer rectangular picture area.'SIin Hand CHASSIS
Aug. 10, 11, 12, Also featured in the film is ,;Mrsv ; !You are hereby notified Jhat ,a ft ed
Tuesday night. Aug. 12, at 6:30p. : Rosier 'charged! ,with ,making/an suit for Annulment has been filed line metal cabinet in gratae 'rOUbcr, f. Ion
Don Knotts, the always runny ; in the named Court blond ;
'I 4. BIG DAYS 4 igalnst you :'mahogany color,grained
: In. to kick-off its annual ,membership 'Improper turn causing an acci- required ,to
"nervous guy" on Steve Allen's and cause you are oak color, or ebony color.0n1y219.95.
television show. drive. Jlent.. serve a copy of your answer or plead-
mg,to the complaint on the Plaintiffs _
: < WAF In addition to the supper a top- Attorney, J. Donald Gibson 100 Smith
As a gorgeous captain, ;
'nation. 'Goodmandeclared..
notch is announced by and, fiulldinff, Jacksonville 2, Florida and
@ program '
\ Jean Willes is the only girl at the CpdSt mmander Harry 'RabbjimToua'ce'd file the original in the office -of the \ ftJVAlUE' CHECK, IT
chairman Bishop. ,
Buddy ,
\ Air Force classification center and program ,- Clara of the Circuit Court on or be- --- .. -
: is the target of:the roving eyes The highlight will be a combat 'that'the'program car- tore the 8 day of September 1958; ; ---j---- -- -- ,: ussutviaHUDAOiaHo
: ; film "The ,Invasion of France"i Hed on last year would'be'c 1tln- otherwise the allegations of said ; ,, printed circuitscoMPAct
JMm. of Andy and the other rookies Complaint will be taken as confesed
} stationed there. which will be of especial interestto ued"with?Jlm1orLegion Jdasetall6tft6x by. you. which require costlyrepairs.

veterans who): served in Europe > '*A wa 'ds -tor' 'outtahdIrigtIdnis.1a -. his notice shall be published once .
,.. The play, ,from.which; the film & d'ttieSchool' tor. 4ach week for four consecutive weeksin
during World War n.
.. adapted,',was hailed as one of : the Bradford County Telegraph.
Ja't I ,' was Broad Next:T esdaY is the regular Ial1Cdnt.-"We plan 'to 'hv "a Dated this 6 day of August, ,1958
the funniest ever seen on
., ".. .. L meeting night for Post 56 'and"the dod :J'Arniistice Veterans Dayof8ri"&iid (SEAL) CHARLES, A. DARBY NEWgYUNGTHE
to takpth'In 'a"Memorial'"Day
Th business meeting will be held'fo1- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
program' 'also"! By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
1sa5.jToFc lowing the supper. The Member- 817-41-8128 Li EcIIE
Social Security Rabb added. *
Plus "Vanishing. Duck" Car-" ship Kickoff is scheduled for 8:45: -

toon. Information HereA and the'program will begin at' 9. All'veterans'are urged,to attend NOTICE TO DEFEND

tiOSt1L ,Post membership for 1957-53 lhe'T'ostimeetings {nd ,tae tart la ClrrHlt Caart. Bradford County,.'
.C.OOLtOOL! Gainesville Jpr giams: :PoSt 'Adjutant Florida: IB Ch.. *ry.
-2 representative of the was announced as 246 by membership in the / Cue X*. IZ-S87 ARDMOREM 4r4Steoth.drII.

TIIie "Enjoy 'A,.Movie. Tonight"PEDG Social Security Office will be chairman Seeber D. Goodman Joe Gray annotoces Ihat'm'ember'caVds' .. 'Mattie McCullough Wood Plaintiff,,S ....1 12221 Table TV

in St rke at the courtroom of the who is also',post first 'vicecommander. W >! 'are on b n '&.rid Chalr- 45. Wiliam D. VfoM. Defenflant 21* overall diag. 262 sq. in.
QY 6RI.F.flT TD1E: court house _at 9:30_"a.c m, on .vHe expects an increase 'nl! "d dat s' that the To William D. Wood.. whose residence ., rectangular picture area.Trim

; l ( Mon. Threuirh ''JW. '1:45JWtt. .Thursday Aug. ",14, for ,the purpose of 15 Per cent for the cur- tnetttbetthip drtve 'W U 'be'off) 'to and address to: Unknown. metal cabinet"in Ebony or _______
MYONM&OPMICK-- ;You are hereby notified that a suit
\ .n :. Sit.wid'Sun.:.?,: .:I.. .))1::" of conducting-SOCial security rent 'year. aoiklkt: with'-SO or40rmem- for divorce and restoration of maiden; Maroon colors.I .
\ M rn\J :tRf1Y.: tiEGULARf PRICES: business. **.- "Every eligible veteran should. b fs"already" .1a.1ied"'"up'for' the tame has been filed against you fat I BY ANY MEASURE..ZENITH

;I i lI \rffi ffitt Adults,' Matinee ... ..... -.o Persons who desire to make ap- join the Legion* Goodman said. new "Year.. .. 'at'"Tu'esday's' me- tlng. the you above are required named Court to, serve and a cause copy and oi Only 189.95 QUALITY GIVES YOU MORE

: A'dwts.Evenbip; .... :.. .....SIc pBcatSon for social security retirement "It is 'a place for him to associate your answer or pleading to the complaint .,: FOR YOUR MONEY

.1.'- Chlfdren.'AU'Dar: ... .. ...... 15e 'or survivors benefits' secure with 'others who served dur- THE: RIGHT.. rODTT, 11ribr: Alan C.on Winter the Jr.Plaintiffs J19 Florida Attorney Titl
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M LThroughFriday: : '. 'soci 1 security account num- ing -pe iods of war. and, a place off' Building; Jacksonville 2, Fla. and fIlE INKIER ELECI1C SERVICE

l PIps lajsoo's, Private Var" Students. ,.... ..;... .. ....... '25cTffl .,berL'Or-et 'anyother--social Je4 'h re"'he'ca.nselie; "nis"comm'un- -yon'write.lOome:1D:: 4.. the original in the office"of the Clerk
: -. -' of the Circuit Court on or before'<
Cartoon SCOP.M.: curity y information are invited to ity. .The Legion has many pro Iwt.yourFountob' "it r lav rit ESTEItBEOORw I 'day of September, 1I58 !"otherwise
:seeTtterepreseafativevitf! !tfle'time grams3 toat'sOTVnhV i interest cfrthe .- -. the a'leeations of Mid.Complaint vU Phone 166 234 N.Temple Ave.Pttt.

,..- ,-." '. -, i of-.his visit.- -. .-. veteran, the communltydtate: -P.. ZZGAll 1 be. Tills taken" notice as confessed shall be_.published by you. _cad< t-=- -- .:.





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'For*- ,.Ex. op Arnold Recreation N gro Deputy I I r' j.V "," '. ;;-. ..' '. Woodburn'Buys 'S

A I .,'',::...:);, it. < ., '
iherSuccess Group To Meet Under Bond V .,,> Gem Jewelry I:

Sale of the Gem .Jewelry oxiV.
I This, Week After Shooting Call St. was announced this week

In Plastics ", by Mrs Rebecca Simpson, former
The problem of how to all Jcatrthe'
Walter Perkins, acting Negro V owner -

$4200 budgeted for count :eputy! of Lawtey, is under $1500 V The new owner is N. L. Wood-"V
i,,' recreation has not yet been set with'
A retired member of ;'Nework'sJ L '>ond; charged with assault burn who has been associated
J tled by ,the County'Commission. titent to kill, as' the result of a for the past 'two
finest" has with the store
in ten short yr James Bloodwbrth of the Stark
John i ierman
at the
hooting The transaction was efec.-
years built up a local factory years.
Recreation Committee met
that helps supply the world plastic FV' ng place in Lawtey, August 2. tive Monday. 1-
the Commission, Monday to suggest
V'V'V .t 1:15 a. m. David James, also
signs and plexiglass boat wind
that the be used ir
shields. money olored, was shC!, it was alleged, k.. *
Recent Birth.k
conjunction with money from tlu 's the result. of argument over

..Joe. Arnold, a veteran of 20 tk: \, V City of Starke, to obtain the services i bal Perkins claimed James owed

years service on the New York ,!, 4 of a trained Recreation Di 'iim for transportation to work. 1 IV Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sandersof

Police force and retired Lieutenant rector who would direct the workof James, who is in the Bradford V V 727 Lafayette St. announcethe

of, Dectectives actively over- :: the entire county. County Hospital is reported toe I V birth of a son, Michael'Horace -

'sees his thriving: United Plastics on July 31 at Alachua General -
Several commissioners said that satisfactory condition.
vN/ ) in
and Florida Boat Shield Corp. located $V : V their constituents were not in Hearing on the charge will bet Bowled Over By. Storm Hospital, Gainesville. ***

on 1'Z..Temple Ave in Starke. ? favor of 'a paid director and that '\ 10 a. m., Angust 28, !toy County NOTICE.TO DEF D..'.

The same matt who, in 1939, the 'money. should be apportionedto Judge T. A. Yawn. Church Seeks Aid To RebuildDeacons la Circuit Court. Bradford Cntr

helped capture Willie [The Actcr] the various communities on a Negro Florida NOTICE IB Ch.TO. APPEAR rJ'.

Sutton, now heads a business that population basis for them to use The. Lone Ranger I You are hereby notified that a' suitor
supplies uch organizations as as each sees fit. Henry Dammon and also damaged severely with walls ( divorce has been filed against you

inn-P1x1e Airlines Ma- !In New AdventureAt damage to buckled and windows broken out. in the above named Court and cause
,Eastern At the suggestion of the Stark Buster Clark survey and you are required to serve a copyof
rineland, Miami Seaquarium Food Recreation their church, Calvary Baptis in Mayor W. T. Jackson has issueda your answer or pleading to the
Committee three members Park
Sunday"The complaint on the Plaintiff 'Attorneythe
Fair and General Outdoor Adver- permit for members of the con-
were to be appointed one Reno, which was badly damaged original in the office of the Clerk
tising with all sizes, shapes and Lone and the Lost gregation to solicit funds for rebuilding of the Circuit Court on or before tbe
each from Lawtey, Brooker and. Ranger when blown Qff its foundationsin otherwise the
[ the damaged church, 4 day of August, 1938 ;
colors of
plastic signs. Hampton to form a county committee City V of Gold" is the new adven- allegations of said Complaint wm be
: Arnold, who worked the rough who in turn would elect a ture film playing at the Park the July. 23. wind- and rain whose pastor is Rev. George Lee. taken as confessed by you..
storm. Members of the congregation hopeto This notice shall te published once
Brooklyn 'water'front section and seventh member. This, committeewill Theatre Sunday through Tuesday.The tach: week for four consecutive 'weeksIn !
received 16 commendations during meet to discuss and recom- exciting film takes' Clayton The chimney was toppled over erect a new church buildingon the. Bradford County Telegraph.'
and the building's interior was the grounds. Dated this 28 day of June, 1SJS.
his ,tJme on the force, ships boat mend use.of, the money budgeted. Moore as> The Lone Ranger, and (OFFICIAL SEAL) V
windshields of all sizes and shapes Jay Silverheels as his side-kicK,I -
Members of the Starke committee they appeared in court. Both
Joe and Arnold Chewed-off Ear MJTKC: TO Lt.EflV;
all around the world as well as are, beside Bloodworth, Joe Tonto, on the roughest toughest, pleaded guilty and were fined $27. la tlrralt Court. Bradford Ceaaty
the United States. 'Ibis' nationally adventure of their Florida IB Cbaacerr.NOTICE '
businesses before becoming inter- "Headquarters soon to be released Gray and Mrs Dorothy Epperson. gun-roaring Eugene Griffis of Raiford TO APPEAR
advertised business i is rated fourthin Member from Brooker is DavisW. '.on careers. And Black Eye
ested in plastics,' and. after a as a motion picture."Headquarters" You are hereby notified that ia
plexiglass' windshield product- The masked lawman, who celebrates pleaded guilty to the charge of suit for divorce care. custody and
Green and from
rocky start, began smooth sailingon tells some of Hampton, bupport of minor child. alimony and
I ion and .is adding to its impressivelist the site now occupied by Farm.I the experiences of a New York Don Hill. The member from Law- his 25th anniversary this In Mayor's CourtThree fighting but the case was dismissed court costs has been filed againstyou
of top manufacturers supplied enjoys the same popularity in the above named Court and
tey will be W. F. Moore. as self-defense when the
Home .& Auto Supply. He later policeman and cites specific epi- !ause and you are hereby required o
Sears, Roebuck and Co. moved to the present, more suit- scdes involving Arnold and his The County1 Commission post- i in 11 foreign countries as he has fights resulted in charges injured party, Lewis William Dunn erve a copy of your answer or pleading -

The factory doubled its buildingsize able Iccation. on U. S. 301.Arnold's partner Frank Phillips retired in- poned further action on the earned in the U. S. against four participants in May- of Jacksonville, refused to testify i Florida to the Title complaint Building-!: ('11//ktonvillf the Plaintiffs' *.

last year and doubled its business !- present ten employees .spector. Joe and Frank worked money until the September meet- In their new film The Lone or's Court Monday. Charges a- 'lorlda and file the original in trle
and as to the cause of the fight. When office of the Clerk of the
Ranger Tonto thwart a gangof CircUit
during the to the gain! Calvin Henley were post-
past year work in a well-equipped shop, together for 18 years. ing. Court en or before the 9 day of June.
point that another expansion is geared for maximum productionwith Now Joe each day looks forwardto outlaws in their scheme to find poned last week to bring Sebe Dunn was picked up last week by 19":;8 ; otherwlte the negations of

I evident. the finest molds, ovensand a different form of adventure Removing StainsIs a ]lost city of treasure but not Harris, the other party, in with local police he denied being in a Vfwrt airt Compltint bv rim' will to taken as con
Before the men have killed a number .
\r Mr. Arnold came to Starke machines to insure a first-class i and excitement in the wonderful of Indians in their efforts to the same charges filed against fight, said he fell and cut his iach This week nnll for' shall four If roi.occutite published weeks owe
"eerly in the Camp Blahding era product.Joe i world of plastics and he is. enjoying Big locate the I him. Henly had an ear chewedoff head on the curb, according to nth" Bradford l foiintv T'I"| "rl"h.
of World War U and associated I city. and Harris a black eye when r)afM< this|! '! day of May. 195S:
was minute of it he
pursues the operation of his every as SummertimeSummer police testimony. Because he was (COI'BT R1Al.C1IAPT.PS.
with Gene Connell and others watches shapeless plastic slowly A IHR"V,
business bleeding profusely he was
thriving the
same ('tnrlc of the ('I""ult Out*,
in the operation of Blanding ambition and spirit he maintainedin [formed into a beautiful letter or time brings its special the emergency room of Brad- Rv Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

Center, a huge amusement area a sheet of plexiglass changed problems of stain removal from Ii- ford County Hospital. He refused Ll
for service East Call St. his law enforcement days. And! -
men on I magically into. a flowing boat cotton garments, particularly ii treatment there when nurses said

This* building 'has since burned. this same drive to "see the job :windshield that could be destined there are children in the family.An ; he needed stitches in his scalp.In W.c.TJ.(

Alter the')!landing ,period, Mr. through" led him to be included I I for South America, Canada or important rule is to recog- another case, charged with

Arnold -"dabbled" In several other in Quentin ,Revnclds' best-seller, .'a'k onville.' nize the stain and remove it fightins, Gporge Cuffee forfeited 'otT CAN'T WAY TUX!:
-- --
promptly. Stains that become old : bend of $57 by not appearing to KINGDOM TOMFAVH; LOOKAT
POISON'IVY and erect, growing one to three I I How To Get Rid wv r.nn THRorr.n THE. flOT-
may require a remover so strong ; V defend his case.
feet tall usually in groups of 10 TOM OF A RF.F.R"r.i.ASS.."'
'P 1son ivy grows in all parts ofFlortd to 20 or more. It grows only on Of Roaches Told that it will injure the fabric. 01- .a A charge of public intoxicationwas [RII I.V SftVpAY. '
if the wrong treatment is used,
dismissed against Augustus
high, open dry ground; never in 1- NATIONAL VOICE]
1 For the benefit of folks who are Waterbues palmetto bugs or such as hot scap suds, the stain Covington.
woods cr wet places.
subject 'to its irritation Erdman whatever you call them-they are may be set. Pressing a stained -

West, 'botanist with the Florida Another. plant to be avoided is I still ordinary roaches, one 'of the garment with a hot iron may set :; ; :

Agricultural. Experiment Station,\small poiscn tree.sumac.The It leaves is a low have bush se'rntt' or most trouble cme pests throughout the stain so it is impossible to remove ; 4 Splllt Ref It 1 '* t rad It

describes it as a vine that climbs Florida, says James E. Brog- f'VV'S .
: 13 leaflets with the main stem :
by roots on the stems and which don. entomologist with the Florida Along with prompt attention J-
and midrib always red. The slender -
!is; characterized by three' leaflets greenish flower clusters hang Agricultural Extension Ser-V goes careful, patient workman-. 1- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDCkirst
pn.each:leaf -
". under the leaves' and white berries vice.Roaches ship.Here
The stem may be as large as are not, only annoyingand are suggested methods for 1- -

four. inches In 'diameter and the rome in the fall in the saI ltpcsition. abundant but they are de removal l of some ccmmon stains: 20 WORDI OR iE0.!\ ... Imertloi ( Ckirst) ,.. .11
Mr. West poison MI"t""
top of such a' vine''may extend 30 says structive. They destroy food and Canned. or fresh berry and fruit EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER ::0 -__'_ _:.__ 4ePuW.I

to .40 feet up ,the trunk of, a tree. sumac nearly always'grows in damage fabric; book bindings and I stains should be treated before \ 20% DISCOUNT OX REPEA IT INSERTIONS SAME AD V
: moist 'or wet and with \4jj
I ZmaIlerplants are'more common. other trees cr shrubs.ground V other materials. When roaches they dry if possible. Warm or boiling :: r 25e: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS VV NOT.V VV PAID VV Ef ADVANCr.V 'J .

..Opell'' areas'the,,stems may run run'over your food and dishes, as I water is usually effective. For -

along under the ground with anuprihtttnapearinj Strange as it may seem, some they might do if they invade your peach, pear, cherry or plum stains, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ____ .2S Per tack PtMtEPEATEn I.N'!'.a
people are subject to irritation .__ _ 1.00 PER INCH FOR SAMB AD R' 0B' OR MORE TIHF.J!
every foot I kitchen at night, they spread sponge stain with ool. water: thenwb'ikr -_ ..wa.. :: .
or theM'rfll bea :Similar ,to "ivy poisoning from one -' "- 'CARDS' THANK-(r.. T* IOWerd U) __.:::. __ .
...9. .On.. ., ._ ,few I' filth V 'and disease germs. rgljcerine or a soapless -- 11Mhh
-three-parted leaves -and perhapsa cf our fine tropical fruits, the V You can find roaches, in almost shampoo into it. Let stand several B. V. Saxon And Relic 01 Past OVER 8O WORDS __-?. ____ ___ 4 C..fa Per W.r4 -V .

few small 'dense lusters of mango; while the common ragweed 'any dark, sheltered place during hours, then apply a few drops of MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONSFOR --- -_, 4 Cemrt Per ''W.rt

greenish 'flowers The, .fIt are is V an' irritant to others. the day, ays 'Mr. Bro don. They vinegar for a' minute or so, and In trying to trace a Bible givento Wi'h an affectionate handon

Small.. white; wrinkled berries. Although not everyone suffers are especially fond of the kitchen rinse thoroughly in water. the Hampton Methodist Churchin the old wagon, Ben Saxonof RENT-Furnished first floor FUH 8ALU-Penta process treated
apartments. Close in desirable 10- fence .
poets f miles North :
'All parts of" poison- ivy are poisonous irritation after contact with.these and can be found around the Chewing gum on fabrics that 1850 we were sent to see B. Y. Hampton, tells 'of the work cation. All conveniences. W. H. Green & Bakken foal Co. on ttcbf 3VI.

and the-smoke from burning plants. and Some people seem to kitchen sink or drainboard, in. don't. waterspot may be removed "Ben" Saxon of Hampton. We done with the help of the 40 Nollman. %%8Y.. Madson St. tfchg

'leaves or''stems can cause se- be Immune, Mr. West warns that ciacks around or underneath easily after the. area is rubbed didn't find the Bible; although year old wagon made by Rivers FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart. WE farmers.HAVE a Loans new loan of 1 program to'6 years..(or
vere'irritation.; drawers and a- of Lake Butler. It has ment.. Large living room, dining
cabinets, now we have some other places Brothers for the entire
t from the wrong side with a piece' and kitchen. Gas heat. Telephone credit require
4 I Poison oak is closely related to .some :individuals, gain immunity round pipes. Roaches can be of ice. to search, and had a pleasant visit been pulled by 'mules and by room installed. Call 99-W, 411 W. ments of the farmer and hIs fam

poison Ivy. and resembles it exceptIt while others lose it without warn- found in radio and TV cabinets V I with some interesting facts tractor and today is as sturdyas Jefferson St. tfchg Association ily. Gainesville CO Production tforth Credit Main
Grass and fresh garden foliage
never a vine..The leaves have I ing.,-He says',it is best to avoid : learned about early days of the when it was new. TWO SALES LADlES WANTEDSlubt -- Gainesville. Fla. tfch*
also.The stains washable us-
or:no Wt ed-The: stems are slender them entirely. .V first step in ridding yom on area. -be experienced. Good pay. Ap- RADIOS REPAIRED
ually may be removed with water I ply N'lfk's Fruit Stand Ztp 7-31
the old fort, Ben was born after AU Makti jui n..el.
and soap if you rub the stain well.A .t The old Black Creek to New- REAL ESTATE t......... Charcei pu..teet
to Justa
the family a house
chlorine bleach may be used to' ansville road ran through what! SHEPHERD'S RADIO *: TV
It then the I few miles from where he and New homes for Starke. Construction ..*.<-GreeMr;; Owaer
Hampton. was
remove any remaining stains on s now ::s
Call St.
Fkeis :
Mrs Saxon now live originallythe started this week ; must be completed at
t, white materials. fault farm and Thurston was the by October 1st., all are three gUrfce, FU. V __,
fittlement. Haynes farm. bed room houses g have two baths, '
Grease spots on fine materialsmay : FOR SALE-14 In II ft. cteel
mill 5 hate garages, 8 have car ports, and I x
S be absorbed by dusting corn- "I rode the old road often in Simon Temple had a saw all are built on the most modern culvert pipe, $1.25 ft. ALSO Build
Yk4:1; Von courtin' days recalled and turpentine camp near Thurs- plans. Prices range from $11.160.00 Ing lots for sale !. Sjith Gate
ny young ,
starch or white talcum powder ton and the elder Saxon "rode to 13460.00; down payments as lows Subdivision. Low down payment.
: : the spot, letting it stand until tfr. Saxon whose first wife came $360.00 and monthly payments as Low monthly] payments. BILLY
V rom the area of Middleburg.He the woods" for him. A railroad low as $67.50. See the plans and JACKSON, Phone l 5. c/o Central
the is absorbed before
grease shcp was also located at Thurstonand make your reservation today. Truck Lines. tfchc
brushing it off. Or place the also told us that his father, V "
: greased spot between clean blot- who came to Florida shortly some of the Saxon boys work- Two story. two apartment house ONE BEDROOM furnished 'apart*
;{; WORLD'S LOWEST PRICE ed on the railroad. with complete furnishings situated on meats for rent. Phon Ita, W. T.
; ting papers and press lightly witha fter the Confederate War first Walnut Street within one block of Jackson. tchg

warm iron. ived at Fort Harlee, south of the Primarily, a farmer, raising cot- the built Post house Office.will yield This a substantially nice Incomein V

,...'t' .It"r-. S ,.V- '.:. Santa Fe River near Hampton ton and livestock, Mr. Saxon also addition to spacious living Quartersfor GENUINE with ENGRAVED double Wedding Invitations -
t' envelopes 100
..j J -t ,home of roaches is to locate [.ake. ran a.general' store in Hampton. house the and owner.furnishings We are at offering a real bar.this for $21.95. Bradford Cour'r Telegraph -

t where they are coming from. Fill "There were several buildings [now Home's, and ,for six years gain.; tf

.t,.' ..f_: ,(...'4 w all openings around pipes V and 'here then and fresh horses were operated a store in Pompano Lots on west shore of Kingsley Sale.SANTA Guy FE LAKE Andrews FRONT, LOTH.si for
.. ''. ," baseboards with putty or plastic ept there for travelers" Saxon Beach. Now at 83, he still is in Lake. Best fishing. boating and swim sn. V tfcb or*
'i. .... < ; but leaves ming. Maps, prices and terms maybe
the turpentine business -
wood. Check all boxes and bags recalled. Although his parents ,
had at our office. Let us show Announcing the openlll- ;f Used
}.: : QUALITY ADDING MACHINE you bring into the house from !md the older children lived at the heavy work for someone else. you these beautiful lots today. Building Supplies. Used lumber of
oi.1 FINE
: all types, windows doors'plumbing,
outside for'roaches..
V --- The time to buy is when people used tin roofing. Used 'Cyprus
.; -'.' V Practice ,sanitation and cleanup -- want to sell.FLORIDA. benches, ideal for any outdoor use.
$1.00 per ft., 9 to i: ft. loag. hone
r"Y: t theSMITH-CORONA in the kitchen. Take away REALTY CO. 1(5, W. T. Jackson Transfer c/o

:. .:. .., f ,, their food supply.V Do- not leave I Tlie, [Scriplnns-; ; ? by: Jack tjflmm: / OF STARKE Central Truck' Lines V. _tfchg

I' ,.:;.. particles of food onthe table, tie S. Walnut St. Tel SII (Old) FOR SALE-Exereycle. practically

._.;_.. .:; .: ,. eLan:7 V floor, or drainboard. Keep lids on I V V Let's Not Forget the Upper Room (New Starke) Dial, Florida WO 4-SJ91 $new.1250.,,/ Terms.New price Call-1100.Keystone Sale Heights price

..., .'". ......:. food containers and garbage cans. LIE While Preparing the Lower V %311%. 4tcbg siWANTEDPaper
., ...
.' According to Mr. Brogdon residual Vvt i.
.i > .: .V _
,,>,-,'-.* .. V V A\"TED-Housekeeper: room and hanging aid
I.- V .... '. 1..'... V insecticides applied frequently V board and small salary. Apply Van painting. Estimates free. Phone
.i.- i- .. .. : to places where roaches hide : p .- V Patll. 934 N. Temple Ave. Phone Keystone Heights 1181 4tchc 1t-7
'. '. V l%*-W and let ring Itrhg
.' : V'V will kill roaches that contact it FOR RENT-Very nice 2 bedroom
., "" .,-. *- V furnished home Klngsley Lake.
':. on
: for several weeks. Chlor- 'i MAMA PRIEST kindergarten will
days or
V. Circulating heater. garage, pier and<<
.. '- ;& dane and. dieldrin are effective J hold open house and registration Aug. boathouse. Available Sept. 1 to
very ,
8 ,:'< ....... >>: '!.A : f 28 from 9 to 1% o'clock in PresbyterIan -1 June 1. Contact Carl. Johns Phone
.. '.7.. .. 'V V ,V ( VV against roaches when used asa ,': ; : Mm Clyde Prjpst 4tchg 821JABGAIN |!
Lindane is also :1 1jtf'{
V -5 YtV V spray or a dust. .!
; \-1 : :T'.; :.' .. effective butdoesn't have a long i'- ,WANTED TO BUY ...Cattle for
; V 4 3:; J.- ,t locking ranch. Any kind. Contact
V. :," ,;'; :; '. ?' .. I ;: residual effect. ..M.'Ii .... '1Ii. .. -Home and General Repair J. Walnwrlght, Phone 10%. 'lt1
!;: business. F. Gate, 511 W. Brownlee
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t !.:. ";<;.i,, Stchg 8-2*
.i, L '),'. ,:: :. : Sprays are.usually more suitable Y.=-.H,,,, +>--=.i fot. Stark' Fls 4tp823_ ] .
p _,: ,,''''' I'OR SALE-20 acre farm 2 1mu
: "'1". ; :; VV than dust and do not leave any _' FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished
-- from town concrete block house, 4
.... ,.. \V visible residues, says Mr. Brogdon. M \ ui!>Mair apartment fall 41-W tfrhg rooms and bath. Water and lights.
1 : '
: V VVS +' cash balance terms to be arranged
I Part
1 Hold the sprayer-about six inches
60 acres of pasture '
.. ..: :: P A. Futch, Realtor ftp 1I ?
> / :. '- .: ,. V from the surface being treated. farm land. Located 4K miles north !
of Starke H mile off 301. 2 houses, 3
.. I Apply a fairly coarse spray to wet k2 k\ wells, 1 barn. A. C. Sumner Rt. 1 I FOR SALE 2 bedroom concrete
l' .' I to % Box !A. Fla Itchg t block furnished unfurnished house'
', ..' ..'..... I the surface but not enough Lawtgy on approximately 30 acres. Call L.M .

,,. ,.. ....._. \ :: / form puddles. When applying a FOR SALE-23 head Black Angus ] Games, day J1U-J, night JJJ-W.tfctig

;.. : '.; =",. liquid insecticide, use a paintbrush cows and 7 head purebred F. J. .
-K }. .. Shaw phone WO4-7384 UpKEPO&KEHBED '
to moved oft
... '1 .' to reach the baseboards: ]HOUSES FOR SALE be
north of. Starke. Please
.. '.. t.);.:,: inside of cabinets and the bottom V SPINET PIANO WCBUTZEB ]Hiway contact! 301 Herman Hartley, Lake City,

.. .1.: :, v,:-, ,. ) and outside of drawers. Take IP paymeatt .r' refiaaaee.GB1DLEY Fla Can roltfpt 4T Stchr *M.<
:.. V "" .. work When you apply insecticidestake MlttlC COMPANY. INC. FOR RENT _Apartment for couple
; V Tor lit and Luvlget li'S 'Vet AveaaePBOBC
: V :: :\.f: '" r' lure: : the necessary precautions.Cover C.inriUT 1.118. 'or single. Furnished .Bedroom Jutch-
en.r private bath room, porch at.
V :V- VV.-; : : : athorcperLectforfigUre exposed food or' cooking GalnrtTille. Florida N M''11i! on j:t' .1t1)

V... ,.:... V 8995 work of cvery. kmd. .' -': utensils. Avoid contamination of FOR SALE FTa. 90 strawberry FOR'RENT-4rootn, house. Electricity

,111. ,;; ....;.:.::' ,li, i .. -. .. .. .,:... food, water or anything that plants.-Ije<'in Griffis Lawtey Itp and running water. $20 per month.
.. .
K' ..: .. comes in contact, with your Rest room. Ph. wo..pln"9I' .write
: Plus Tax
V '- VV;\0' V ,. : % FOR SALE'Furniture, Frigklaire ItchrI
'. box 427.
Rt 1.
L. B. Jordan.
,., .,' ,, '' .: ;. r !-,.. : .: mouth. Protect fish bowls while I .. I Refrigerator range. like new.
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I Odds and ends. Apply at Amoco !ta-
,. spraying. V TiY y. KT UP NTO:: A 4 UPPE2! KCW.TWSig A'.l! CXTlKJUED WTWCHS tin,,. y Temple Av*. ttpGIRL'S I FOR SALE-iBalei hay several different the-
,- .. Store insecticides out of the AO3SO N FeAYE2.* AC'// '" kind.-by the bale or by
IlIA 29 registered Angus CowiJ. -
ton A
BICYCLE. blue and white.
reach of children and irresponsible -
V Road. ftpFOR
B. White State Farm
Owner may have by identifying and
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH persons. Mr. Brogdon stresses L. paying for ad. Contact Police Dept.,

that you should read the manu-- Sponsored. by members of the Madison Street,Baptist Churcl LltCitv' Halt Itchg Icy 1."AyaUabl.-lut RENT-Bence Cottage week on IB King-An&through

... ....... _..:-h .:. A' facturer's label carefully. FOR !\LE-R. C. A. -lBion. 4ftl !, =Labor I>ay. Winter V V TICS
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Boy Scout Troop Benefit Barbecue MRS. GENTRY'S DEATH Sheriff John Hall
KEYSTONE ]I IBy HIGHLIGHTSibstUutin 'And Political Rally "GREATLY EXAGGERATED"In Honored on 30th

Court Of HonorThe an article concerning the
For Masonic
Mary K. Schaeffer s for Mary Young FundThe new Lake Geneva post office and Year of ServiceSheriff

Community Church educa- t ... postmaster last week The Tele-
tional building auditorium was: the Benefit Barbecue and graph referred to the "death" of John P. Hall of Clay
Mrs Dora Bleha Jackie Fox. Nancy Sutton Mar- i
Political to be
of Rally given at
scene of an impressive Court Mrs. Dora Fencel Bleha, 93, lene Linsin, Robert Sibley, Mar- I Keystone Beach this Saturday the. former postmaster Mrs. Ida County was' guest of honor at a

Honor ceremony for Keystone widow of the late Anton Bleha, garet Muir, Carol Campbell, Mary night by the Estrellita Club is Gentry, "about two years ago." chicken barbecue supper Wednes-
Heights Boy Scout Troop 105 on The article should have referredto day of last week, marking his
Ann Schaeffer
died Saturday morning at the Dee Harden- expected to completion of
Friday evening, July 25. The spur
held in three phases. home of her son, Edward M. bergh, Carol Baker, Martha Sted- the new Masonic Temple in Key-, "the retirement of Mrs. Gentry 30th year in office.
program was
Bleha at Keystone Heights. She ham. Phyllis Massa, and Darlene I about two years ago. The party was held at the home
First was the presentation of a Heights. Profits from the I I
had been ill for several months. Canova. Mrs. Gentry is very much 'alive "of George Canova on Lake Brook-
event will into the
new troop flag from the Citizensof go building
Mrs. Bleha was born March Girl Scouts Meet at Swan.Lake fund. and, like Mark Twain some years ]lyn and was attended by law enforcement -
Keystone Heights. The pres- i
entation was made by Mayor M. k $ 30, 1865. She was a member of On Monday, July 28, the local The Masons recently completed ago, found the report of her 1 I officers from Clay,

L. Beasley. : ; St. Williams Catholic Church in girl scout troop..met at the homeof the roof on their new building, death "greatly exaggerated:' The Bradford, Alachua, Putnam, Du-
val. and other nearby .counties.
Keystone. Marian Bass, on Swan Lake, Telegraph regrets this error
The second phase was the presentation -I and as soon as the floors and
of a troop charter by Mayor Les Beasley [center] Besides her son she is survivedby for the purpose of winning swim- ceilings are finished they will be Miss Lillian Gentry, acting Sheriff Hall will be presentedlater
ming .awards. Each took her with a gold badge from his
President Al Watson of the Key- is pictured as he presented a one grandchild. Mrs. Oather girl able to hold meetings there. postmaster at Lake Geneva, says
sandwich for lunch hosts on this occasion, who included -
stone Rotary Club which is the new troop flat, from the citizens Queens of Keystone, and several and Mrs. I Most of' the work on the new the story also erred in referringto
friends and law enfol'Cement -
Bass the assistant
club Scout troop tfl nieces and scout leader, the Lake Geneva post office as
sponsoring Boy of Keystone Heights, to nephews.The I building has been done by the
served baked beans, potato chips, a third class office. She said that officers.
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Scoutmaster Myron Prevatt at Rosary was recited. at De- Masons themselves, with Everett I
During the third phase,< the recent Court of Honor. Witt C. Jones Chapel in Starke ice cream cake, and soft drinks. Fox serving_ as chairman.n____ of__ the the office has reverted to fourth
Court of Fox and Present for the. all day meeting fourth class status.
Honor. Jimmy
Saturday night at 7:30: o'clock. work committee.At .
sisted by Alex Livingston, is were: Mary Ann Schaeffer -
Alex Livingston received their 1st
BASEBALL CASES The body was sent to Newark, present the lodge headquarters I
class awards. Jimmy Fox also received Quartermaster and Librarian. N. J. Sunday morning where Doe Dee .Hardenbergh, and are in Melrose since it MRS. BUNCE INJURED

a merit badge for swim- John Perkins is the Explorer Ad- The Little League season was graveside services were held Mon- Mrs. Fremont Tolles the Scout is the old, original Melrose Lodge IN AUTO ACCIDENTMrs.
Leader all
ming. Bob Morgan received merit visor, having in his crew: Gary closed out last Friday afternoonon day at 11 a. m. Keystone No. 89 F. & A. M. However, more Thelma Bunce of Keystone
badges for Public Speaking and Chance, Bob Morgan, Bruce Pre- the Keystone diamond when Seventh Annual Fireman's Ball Heights. The Melrose remainder of the than half of its 89 members are Heights received minor injuries EVERYTHING YOU

Canoeing. Bob requires only one vatt, Bob Redfearn Milton I the Keystone team undefeated in Saturday evening Aug. 2, the group Keynotes were girls. residents of Keystone Heightsand Wednesday of last week when her NEED

more merit badge The'Scouts to become an Stearns, and Mike Walrath. The league play, lost 14-9 to an All- keystone Volunteer Firemen held Mr. and Mrs, Jim Donnally and vicinity, and as soon as the car collided with an Army vehicle LIVE BAIT BOATS
Eagle Scout. under remainder of the Scouts are divid- Star team composed of outstanding their seventh Annual Fireman'sBall new home is completed, the lodge
the able I children have returned from their driven by a recruiting officer from COTTAGES -
leadership of Scoutmaster ed into three patrols. In the Gator players from Interlachen, and the most notable thing headquarters will be moved to -
Myron Prevatt. have made great Partol are Billy Carnes, Alec Liv-: Melrose, Hawthorne, Florahome, was the fact that it was nice to vacation in. Pennsylvania and Keystone Heights. RUTLEDGE'S
strides this,year. Mr.. Prevatt is ingston, Bubba Moody, Frank New England, While they were in accident occurred on State
and Johnson. be back at the Inn again, wherea Tony Baker is Worshipful
assisted by Bill Reynolds and Lou Nooney, Ernie Parker, and Har- record crowd would not the north Mrs. Donnally's father. Master. Road 21, north of Keystone, as 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn
Sharing mound honors for the seem
Muir, assistant Scout Mr. Harvey Brackin of Kennett Mrs. Bunce, a cosmetics Route 100
Masters and old Snellen. In the Stag Patrol saleslady
All Stars were pitchers Jimmy to crowd the place. While the Innis The chicken barbecue supper
Junior Square, Pa., suffered a head injury was
Assistant Scout MasterSkip" Fox turning from the highway
are Larry Carnes Jimmy Crews of Johnson Johnny Pre- not as fancy as in days of yore will be served from 5:30: to 7:30
'Strickland. in a ,fall, and was hospitalized. into a private drive.
Senior Patrol Her car
Jimmy McMurtry, Johnny Martin, vatt of Florahome and Phillip the firemen had it decorated very o'clock and all political candi- was
Leader is He was much improved when described as "a total loss" BarbecueFor
Tommy Thompson, Eric and
as- Redfearn David Schaeffer, Benefit
dates present will
tastefully be allowed
Morris of Melrose. Corbett Ter- and everyone seemed to to
the had to and
sisted by Bubba Moody. Jimmy and Michael Zike. In the Apache Donnally's leave the Army car had about $500
enjoy it. speak. I
rell pitched for Keystone and Huntley Redfearn Jr.,
Fox he out of the Masonic
is Scribe was hospital. damages. No
and his assistant is Patrol are Bob Jackson, Tommy was the General Chairman of the charges were pressedby
Bob Jackson. Bob Redfearn, as- Jones and Herbert Nelson Jr. Bob Morgan caught. Ball. He and his committee Recent viistors at the home of at.Orange Park, to take the test investigation officers. BUILDING FUNDAt
Thursday afternoon the Key- seem- Mr. and .Mrs.-- Ray Chance were for the
Order of the Arrow and Mrs. Bunce
ed was hospitalizedwith
TTTTTTTTTfffyTTMfMTTTILAKE 'a panel member, discussing In- stone players were treated to a pleased with the turnout. Commander and Mrs. H. L. Car- honorary Campers' Society. The Keystone Beach
a badly cut knee.
ternational Interests in Home picnic party at the beach, in appreciation Music was furnished by Little penter of Chicago HI., and Commander test was held last

GENEVAby Demonstration work. She also for their fine record.A Johnny Ace and his Orchestra, of and Mrs. Charles E. Lewis ing on Friday evening weekend, and start-con- Saturday, Aug. 9 .

served as State Home Improve- vote of thanks is also extendedto Gainesville. I of Jackson, Ga. tinuing through KEYSTONEJEWELERS
Saturday. Gary
Don't forget the EstreUita Club Adult Plate 1.25
,_ Blanche CJmnInrham6A&&AAAAAAAAA..AAAAAA1 ment Chairman. Others attendingwere the Keystone coaches, Coon Chicken Barbecue Other not-so-welcome visitors passed his test, along with 26
Mrs. H. E. Reed of Green Wilson and Robey Robenstine. to the Chance Home have had to Scouts from the North Florida Children 75c

Cove Springs, president of the The Tickets say: "Chicken Barbecue be shot by the "host",. Ray, District. Gary will enter Emoryat Expert Watch Repairing
Mrs Emery Cooper Clay County Council and State ilies were Mrs. Sidney Hollidayof : The Estrellita Club Of Chance. A couple of coral snakes, Oxford in September. Quality Line Jewelry Under Auspices
was Clay
Music Chairman Mrs. W. C. Hol- Hamilton Ohio, and Mrs. W. Keystone Heights: Donations To and more recently a rattler, have CLUB
County's Council delegate to the : Masonic They say that "lightning never Walter M. Muhlhofer EST ELI.lTA
Wilson and son of Jacksonville. Building Fund; Keystone
lingsworth county dress revue had to be done with in .
34th annual strikes twice in the
meeting of the Florida same place", v
State Home ,Demonstration winner: and Mrs. P. Rutan, both Officers of the Clay County. Beach: Adult, $1.25; Children their yard. Still more recently, a and Sam 'Gardiner who lives on !
Council of Home Demonstration 75c; 5:30: to 7:30 P. M., August 9, the .
Council at the U of F in Gainesville of Doctors Inlet. 1958." copperhead was reposing on Peach' Street hopes this is true.
July 21-25. She appearedon Sunday callers with the B. CUn- Clubs met Wednesday' of last Have you bought yours window sill when Mrs. Chance On Monday afternoon, about 3 p.
week at the home of Mrs. Emery yet? It sounds like fun.and good wondered why the window
the Tuesday'night program as ningham and Ray Forsythe fam- m., a ball of fire hit a tree in his
Cooper on Lake Geneva. Meeting eating! Needless to
wouldn't crank shut. newly acquired front yard, and
with the officers were the District Tacky Party For say, this is a good time of year to. peeled off all the bark from a-
Agent, Miss Helen Holstein, and Herbie Nelson Jr. watch out for these creatures. I
(] Keystone Cleaners & Washeteria bout 20 feet up. right down to the
,. the County Agent, Miss Lora The Recreation Hall at St.; Gary Chance, an Eagle Scout, eround. Mr. Gardiner had just
I \ lj Phone 3121 For Delivery Service Botts. The .l latter was pleasantly William's Church was the scene and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray completed negotiations in r
surprised I when the president of a hilarious party for _the Chance, was voted by his scout

SAVE with Cash and Carry Mrs. H. E: Reed, presented her youngsters on Friday evening troop, to go to Camp Echockotee, [Continued On Next Page] 1
with a lovely gift from the Council August 1. Anyone wandering,in-.

. .1 .- j to; the proceedings might thug Yes -- Your Views Are Wanted!
he back LikesDriveIn"
Miss Botts recently resignedand was Hootin"Holler; for Everybody

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's is returning to her home in the girls were all dressed in the For the past several weeks Redfearn's has been
manner of "Sadie Hopkins",:while "i!
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Milton.Mrs. R.A.. Gaunt assisted Mrs. the boys resembled beachcombers. 1i? Banking mailing this section of The Bradford County

This was a "tacky" party giv- Telegraph, containing news of Keystone Heights,
in serving delicious
Cooper a
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY luncheon. en by Reba Hall and Jimmy Fox, it"" Melrose, Lake Geneva, Florahome, and Grandinto

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner8UIIWNO The next meeting of the club with Herbie Nelson, Jr as the ; a some 500 friends throughout this area. We

will be held in ,Green Cove guest of honor, it being his 12th !: : ::4 hope you have enjoyed reading it, and we are
in birthday Best costumes were worn which felt
Springs September.It I glad to render this service we was
by Marlene Linsin and Lee Sutton ,
is noted that materials are needed in our area since we do not have our own
t Lumber Hardware Paint who
1 on the ground for construction of ; were given prizes. Eric
Cement Concrete BlocksSUPPUB the new Lake Geneva post office Redfearn and Darlene Canova c;i r'r r- i newspaper.

building. It is expected that it I were judged to be the best dan- NOW we would like to have your reaction. Do

Precast U Lintels will be completed around the mid- cers. Refreshments including a you enjoy reading this section? Would you like
birthday cake for Herbie Nelson, ''
All Lengths dle of August. >s 0 If not receiving -
were served by Mrs. Everett Fox, to see it continued? you are now

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Mrs. Henry Hall, and Mrs. Her- it would you like us to add you to the mail-

Lighting Fixtures bert Nelson. Guests included: Eric ing list? Whatever your opinion, we would appreciate -

MELROSEBy Redfearn, Tommy Thompson, ,, it if you would LET US KNOW. Onlyin
r ROY W. TYRE Tommy Jones Lee Sutton David A .:t .W- .,. that way can we be sure that we are render

Schaeffer, Alec Livingston, Frank I .That's Why 'More and More Customers Are Using Our ing a desirable and worthwhile service.W. .

BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone Joyce and Marry RothhaaunerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Nooney Butch Fox Mac Hall, Convenient Drive-In Window. H. REDFEARN.

friend Miss' Kathryn Sipprell.
2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. Little League Team Though she now makes her homein BANKING HOURS Mon thru Thurs.

Completes: ScheduleThe Baltimore, Md., Gerda lived 9:00: A,1I.2:00 P.M. NOW HEAR THIS !

Melrose Little League team here two years ago. \ DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru Thurs. ,

has completed its summer base- We are happy to welcome Cot 9:00 ,A.M. 4:00 P.M.
Non-Drinkers Only! ball program. The team is made R. H. Kelly back to his home in
FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. .
up of Melrose boys under 14 yearsof Melrose. He has spent the last
six weeks in the Naval CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY
Substantial Savings (Up To 35 Per Cent) they age.were Though only they able to played win three hard, Jacksonville where he Hospitalin suffered Combination II

FOR NON-DRINKING DRIVERSON games out of ten. They wound up him from a heart time attack that struck THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA
in fourth place. some ago. i
THEIR CAR INSURANCEFor The teams competing in the Mrs. A. S. McGinty and her Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community I FREEZER REFRIGERATORAUTOMATIC

program included Florahome, three children left Sunday for At- Keystone Heights, Fla.
Details Write, Call or See Hawthorne, Interlachen Johnson lanta, Ga. They have spent the Member F.D.I.C.THIRSTY .
and Keystone Heights. An All- last month vacationing with her

WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY Star game climaxed the program. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.- Berk-

Players were selected from the leman and sister, Miss Ruth Berlc- I,

Phone 2731 Keystone Heights, Fla. five teams to play top-ranked Key- leman. l" DEFROSTING
stone Heights. The game was Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

played August 1 at 4:30"p. m. John Harpe and family are their

Players selected to play were: daughter and son-in-law, Mr.. and .
NN LAKE FRONT SPECIALS ..N Florahome-Johnny Prevatt and Mrs. Earl Hartsfield and daughter r 12'
Robert ScottHawthorne Susie, of Jacksonville.Mrs. \l 'fi 1

White Sand Lake A Good Investment Ted Manning. Virgil Bryant and familyof .'4EATHER-,. _
Interlachen.-Paul. Hertline Jim Jackson, Miss. are spending I. I. CU. FT:

LOTS AT $1250 Miller, and Peter Miller. their vacation with her mother, 1
Johnson-W, D. Beck Larry Mrs. W. G. Carpenter and her

These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and Corbett Terry Corbett, and Jimmy brother, Van. Mrs. Bryant's hus- J Two Complete
band will join them here later. I
next will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" Crews. Q ,Systems One for
year Melrose John Allen, Buck Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'Logsdon left ,
King, Phillip Morris: and Curtiss Friday to spend a week campmg Freezer One for

Padgett in the Smoky Mountains. Mrs. Refrigerator

S., E. MCKAYKe REALTOR, Though none of the .teams had Logsdon is the former Reda Rob (_ : .

been able to snatch a game from inson. -

tone Heights Phone 3701-2051 4151-4209 Keystone, their combined efforts For 'the last week the C. E.

finally brought them_ a.victory. Spires have entertained theirfriends..IMr.
The coach 'for Melrose was Lou and Mrs. Peter Bart-

Johnson and director and 'coordinator nett and children Linda, and Di-

Melrose Coach anne, of Miami.
was High
a1c Dave Barber Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford left 14095LESS OR
Service ,

!::;! Prescription team The"were'uniforms brought-by for the businessmen Melrose last Missouri.week to spend their vacationin .

As Near You As Your Telephone and some -of' the residentsof Spending the weekend at theC.
Melrose E.,Spires home is Jack Wat-
CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PERSONALS son of. Cedar Key. Jack recently AHEAD r 1

Mr. and Mrs Morgan Pearsall spent a year here assisting Rev.

(Day) 2161. (Night) 2281 and three children have returnedto Fred Yerkes of the Trinity Epis-
their home in Massachusetts. copal Church. 1Coke

:- SODA FOUNTAIN- They have been'the guests of his Emory Cross is back from visiting stock up X,. t REDFEARN'SPhone
I mother Mrs. J. H> Pearsall. his grandparents, Mr. aM

Toiletries Sundries Beach Supplies Miss Peggy Webb,. who has Mrs. Charlie Huffman of Live .
I been( staying in :Ft. White this Oak. Miss Betty Jean and Gail .
on '
BELOTE DRUG STORE summer, spent the weekend with Cross are now staying there. SlfiiOfJOO&tASTEiSTAKKE 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. J. N Spending the weekend wtih Her trrr e s sir-""-' .,war firs w '.r..aktla ,-JI

Webb.. parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Where Service AssuredR
Lawrence... Boulevard Miss Gerda Niebuhr -11 enjoy- inson is Miss Susie Rob Rob-I I rear avIf.ortr d 15o CeoasGela Ce.eey; bli

in a two. weeks visit-with her Jacksonville. COCA-COLA BOTTLING; COMPANY -






TTT' .T this month. the wee*. '..,."'ft' ,-...... W+r.iiiw. lips, and others. We wish them a 3cn't forget the news box at Bill have telephones 'or'cant see'"'me.

KfeYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS: Buddy Tillman of Palatka is Mr. ahd "Mrs. Tiinnie TJelton: speedy leddish's store for the
'N LINE recovery. grocery May God Bless you and ydurs
: apd visiting Mrs.his.Fred aunt Dodd.and uncle Mr. .. .... Clarence and children Melton and and Mr.'son'and of Starke Mrs. NORTh: SIDE ; Black for August Creek association activities 10.lymn -. conveniences.: of you who do, pot, ,always. bye zow.........- .' r
are: 'Aug.
;:: "We were glad io see ]Mrs. were 'visitors in:Alachua on Sun- By Airs. Can l1siu': i
Sing, 2:30 12,'
fl.ok Line : p. m.; Aug.
-- J.J.J..J....J..J.J.': lAAAAAAAAAAAAAContinued .: . . i Thelma Bunce back -home again Rutlcdge's Fishing! Camp i ere day. uiu.ti..t.a..A..i.. .... Brotherhood Quarterly Meeting, "Insurance Is Our On/yB/ $, ss"'WEWRITE
.. after an 'auto 'collision out 'on Joe Gregory of Charlotte, N. C.
is 7:30: p. m. Aug. 21, Sunday
Lake ;
from in Geneva several
[ Page One! Route 21. She for reports Hello everybody. We had won-
was hospitalized, is visiting -his-parents, Mr. and School meeting "at Cedar "Creek, ALL FORMSOF
luce catches. TioBEie lI n. LakeGeneva
.. a"short lOine, and Ts now sportinga Mrs. J. S. Gregory at their home derful services Sunday with
chasing the home formerly owned caught an 8 Ibs. bass [red 7:30: p. m. It will be a' blessing to INSURANCE
stiff knee. Perhaps preaching by our' pastor Gerald
.I by the Bill Cannons. He expects temporarily eel near Hampton. attend each service.'Xctivities'forfUus'week'atrii6rth'.
she"ts'fortunate/at that.. I.The' Jimmy Williams'spent-lastweekwith Suggs. Happy our Sunday School
his family to join him the latter
4. 'Father Cornelius Doughertywas Kellys 'of'Atlanta..Ga._Pat his'aunt and uncle'Mr. and attendance was up again but let's EINOLDSI'iiUiANCE
: part of this month. :
Side SundayISchool in
Johnson, also of Atlanta,-and Don not be'satisfied with that. Come are: a. '
" the dinner guest of the Ever- Mrs. Ed Durban of Lawtey
The Fred Dodds have their
Morning'W imip .
11 Evening
m., -
Rutledge and family of Hollywood, and bring someone with next '
ett Foxs on Monday evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Yonker and you '
three oldest children home again AGENCYtnONES
Worship 8 in. 'Wed
Hill- p. sday.-
Fla. caught nice strings in Sunday. I am will S
sure you receive -
daughter formerly of Jackson- I '
after a stay at Polk City C. B. M. and Mrs. George Schaefferand Lake. Prayer 'Service and 'Bible 'Sutily
crest The largest fish caughtso
Camp. Romesa Dodd was there for family visited Mr. and Mrs. ville visited. Mrs. Yonker's parents -I and '
: 'regular 'monthly business
far, a 11 lb. 13 oz. bass, was ,
8 weeks, Danny Dodd, for 6 weeks, Joseph Wayer at Camp Mont Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Williamslast Mrs. Mary Brown celebrated her 'meeting,'8'p.'m.' Friday;'Brother- Office 2442 Home
caught by R. E. Jones of Starke 2701
week. Mr. "Yonker who is in 85th
birthday anniversary this ..
and Johnny for about 10 days. gomery on Sunday evening. ''hOOd'me ting, 8 ''p. rm. 'G rald, .
: Danny plans to return to camp Guests in the Rutledge cottagesare the Navy, 'is being transferredfrom past Sunday at the home of her 'Suggs 'pastor; 'Carl BroWn, ''SS:; ., '. ......K ustone Heights, Fla.
the S. P. Taheys of Hialeah the Ja 'Naval Air granddaughter, Mrs. ;
Dorsey Byrdof
. another week of fun sometimeLEE'S COMMUNITY CHURCH OF kSonvil1) Supt.; ;Shirley 'Gaskins.: pianist;
. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSRev. the Bill Dermodys of Archer, and Station to Tennessee where he Lake Geneva. Mrs. Brown isthe 1a1old'Alvarez ," .., .
leader. Come "
the Boston of Jacksonville will be song .& JJ"tf:;. '--
attending school.Robby' mother six children, 23 -
r. .11"
Minister. : :
. J. Russell Young, visit The) Church 'with 'the
Dr. James D. Pait, Organist,, 'Barksdale of Starke grandchildren, 30 great grand- Friendly Welccme." t1/
Choir Director. vv..nr.r.u.m.llAMP1ON \ spent the weekend with his grand- children and two .great great t'

DRIVE-IN Services: Church School 9 a. parents. 'Mr., and Mrs.S J. W. grandchildren. 'mffihYT1TTnrnn'tltfL 'ift kep4Florida Ahead!
. Home. Besides these many relatives

: THEATRE St. William's Catholic Chap : 'Mr. and Mrs. A. M..Bryant" and from out of town helped to cele- : x B RfNli:( f,!ELECT" SPESSARD L. :
By Mn. D. Eo till
. KeYStone Heights son have been visiting relatives brate the occasion. We thank the .
11'8:30: .IWA1Miscellaneous A i'A&A 4 iA i A _A *& ll i In Live Oak this week. Lord for the 'many wonderful ; .
: Phone 4113 Sunday Mass : a. m. ----------------
'Holyday Mass at''I::30 a. m. CS 1 Otis Forsythe of the U.'S.Coast years with this grandmother and By Mrs Harvey McCarthyVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. '

: Keystone Heights, Fla. Tuesday Mass at 7:30: a. in. Shower Guard spent the weekend wish her'many more. . .
. .. ..
. n t Confessions: Sunday before Mass. The Hampton Community Cen- with his wife and children. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp visited HOLLAND

. Baptisms, marriaEes: and .instructions ter Thursday night, July 31 was Forsythe is stationed aboard the their mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp of Howdy neighbors and a very M
. Fri., Sat. Aug. 8, 9 by appointment the scene of a lovely prenuptial .Juniper which is presently located Gainesville, Saturday afternoon.P. pleasant day to each of you. +

: shower honoring Miss Joyce Beil in St. Petersburg. 'B. Johns has been enjoying An invitation is extended to "

ENEMY 'BELOW FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH whose marriage to Rudolph Mrs. Matt Lee and Mrs. Joseph a'two week vacation' but has now you and your family to come and YOUR NATOlt
% U. S. SE
Robt Mltehum, Curt j Jurgens KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA Hutcheson of Bayless Highwaywas McKowen and son have been returned ,to work. During their I worship with the people of Heil-

J. "R. Smith, pastor. Ralph an event of Sunday afternoonin visiting their sister and brother- vacation Mr. and Mrs. Johns ,.aronn'Church. Good preaching by "

: Sun., Mon.\ Tues. Copeland, Minister of"Music and the Christian Church. in-law, Mr. and'!-irs. W. 'A. Saxon visited relatives in Columbus, Ga I .he pastor,'Rev. Walter Lee; fine e?;.?
. church organist. The gift table was covered witha for several 'days. Mr. Lee also and Phoenix City Ala. singing with Russell Redding, t
. Aug. 10, 11, 12 Services: Sunday School, 9:45: lace cloth and was centeredwith came for the weekend to accompany Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez 1, chorister assisted by Mrs. R. L. (t

: HEll TEXASfon'bfi a. m. Morning Worship 11 'a. m. an arrangement of yellow : Mrs. Lee back to,their homein and sons Mr. and 'Mrs. IveryThompson Morgan, Jimmie Lee and cute r w

TO Training Union. 6:45p.: m. Even- lilies The punch table was also Perry. and son, Blaine, Mr. little Ray Norman; special singers '- .: YI

Tray, Diane Yani Ing services 7:30: 'p. in. covered with a lace cloth and was :'Mrs. McKowen and son left and Mrs. Carl Sapp 'and son Mis Joyce Morgan Miss Linda _.s,,,.,;;.' 'v&_' .J .
. centered with a low'crystal bowl Saturday 'for their hdrne in Oakland Charles, Mr.'and Mrs. P. B. Johns Gaskins.and the talented pianist, .

: Wed., Thar. Aug. 13, 14 ST. CANNES' EPISCOPAL holding an arrangement of yellowan N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Suggs Miss Barbara Jean Norman, together *
CRURCII white summer flowers. 'Miss Norma Sweeney who is and two children enjoyed a fish with Christian fellowshipawait

: COUNT 5 AND DIE Mrs.-M. J. Norman'and Mrs. C. serving with the InternationalChild fry at Sampson Lake last week. you. Remember prayer :

The Rev. Allan Batt' Minister.. R. Cox were in charge of the en Evangelism Fellowship in Wayne and Vada Suggs spent meeting on Wednesday night and : cT
: Jeffery Bunter, Nigel Patrick Sunday Service: 9:00: 'a. m. tertainment. Game prizes ;were Brazil returned to'New''York Cityon :Friday night, with 'their Grand- choir practice, Friday 'p. m.

.. Parish Night Supper: Firs, awarded to 'Mrs. Gene Hall, Miss August 3. Miss' Sweeney, for- mother Johnson of Hilliard. Mrs. Lois Henson and son of

. Thursdays. 6 JO p.. ,in. Amelia Williams, and Mrs'M.'R. merly of Hanfpton is expected Rev. Sam Watson and family Jacksonville visited with her par-
.. ---
Mtsner. 'Among the out "of town home the early'part of next'week. of Waycros, Ga visited friendsin ents, Mr.. and Mrs. Ernie Johns

: CANARIES FINCHES LOVE BIRDS PAR- guests present" were:" Mrs. I C. C. She will be on furlough for a few our community'and were over- over the' weekend. At a time 'like this
Hutch n, mother of the groom- months after spending four yearsas night guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. William Green
ROTS -- PARAKEETS COCKATIEL-OSTRICH elect' ; 'Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua, and a'missionary in Brazil. B. ,Johns last week. and 'daughter visited sick loved

: And Over 80 Other-Kind "Of-Birds Miss 'Linda Hutcheson, sisters 6t Mr. and Mrs S. C. Harley enjoyed ones in St. George, Ga. recently 'Florida needs 'a Senator
1 I
the groom; 'Miss Marie Taylor, having Rev. and'Mrs. Gerald Miss Judy Morgan was the

: 'Grant Rdthhamnier Melrose Fla. I Miss Dorothy'Loper.) Mrs. Charley Suggs and children and sirs weekend guest "of her sister, Miss of solid !

Johns, Mrs Sibley, Mrs. Middle- ,LAKE J. B. White 'as Sunday dinner Joyce Morgan in Jacksonville.Well proved ability

.. 1 ", -I ... .... J ton 'Prevatt, and Mrs. J. H. Day. guests. folks, the biggest news '1
-- Hostesses for this occasion, were BY'Mae .Moore ,I Mr.. and Mrs G. L. Sapp visited found Tuesday morning was busy Spessard Holland has proved throughout, his

:. BAfcNHILL'S FISHING CAMP I ladies of the Christian Church. J. J.. A .J. l l J.&i.. u Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey and telephone' signals. Yes sir, this career in public life that he has his feet on the
children of dial is wonderful thing
:. f>- The 'bride-elect received Whitehouse last week. system a
I" 'ground and his vision on Florida's and America's
Oil i lovely gifts. Thirty seven guests Mr.. and Mrs. O.F. Semier areaway 'Mrs._Clarence Amy and childrenof but the lines and numbers are 'a
Outboard Gas and
Cottages were 'present. on vacation. We wish them' j'a ksonville'spent from Tues- little confused at the present time.It future. He is a man of great ability, who

j OPEN 5 A.M. Sunday 'School Class _Party a very happy time. day to Friday with her mother, is a credit to Starke arid the has performed steadily and well for"Florida,. .

,Santa ,Fe Lake, Hiway 21, Five Miles The Intermediate Girls Class Mr. and Mrs. Neal Elder have Mrs. R. V. Parmenter, and with surrounding areas and I'll be who is completely dependable in his work for

South abf Keystone Heights 6f the Hampton Baptist Church returned to'us, and we are glad her siSter, Mrs. S. C. Harley.We dialing your number again next his State and Country. His achievements rank
enjoy Brother week. Thus if had this
having ,
Suggs'mother you news
and their dates had a picnic sup- M have them home again.
per at the Prank Williams' cot Also glad to have Mrs. Emily Mrs. W. L. Suggs of Bald- week save it and it will be in next him as one of Florida's great U. S. Senators.

'ODJ3MS \HARDWARE & SUPPLY i tage on Lake Santa Fe. Rev. and Bute and son Landis back home win visit church with us Sunday. weeks column. I would like to offer Vote for Spessard Holland's re-election to 'the

Mrs. 'Marvin Faile chaperonedthe again. Mrs. Dicie Peters of Otter Creekis my apology to Mr. Huggins, our United States Senate. In a: distressed world.lie
MelrosSe Fla. spending some time with her :Farm Reporter and to each of
party.Personals and
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith is a sound influence for good government and
Sister, 'l\irs. Verdie Johns. you, my friends, for not seeing
GA1 nD N '1'OOIS"FISHING TACKLE daughter Jane were visiting the Mr. and Mrs. Mariland Whitikarare you in.Person for your news. But peace.
Mrs. B. 'L. Hinson and Brenda' A. R. Moores on Friday, even-
the happy parents of girl, and I was ill
Sunday Monday
-GENERAL- LINEUPHARDWAREPAUL'S were weekend gUests''Of Mr. and ing. Also visiting the Moore; $?\&-.,I horn ,Wednesday. 'Her1 I name and time would not permit me to.. KEEP FLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLAND!
Mrs: 'Arthur Gaskins of day afternoon were Mrs. L. .J.
.Heilbronn is'Deborah Annette. do so Tuesday a. m., since the (Political Adv. paid forty State Campaign Treasurer)
Springs last weekend. The Kite and sons, L. J. and John.
group' Those on the sick list are: Mr., community news must be handedin
enjoyed picnic it Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott were .
a Kingsley Lake McDaru =
I _. l. Mrs. Cowart. Mrs. Phil- before noon on Tuesdays. .
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Uiis* on Sunday.Mr. Sunday: guests ui the rt. L. Smitns: .
:s M lrose
and Mrs. W. W. Jacks and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cottle afad I It
sons of Memphis, Tenn. are visit- children were weekend visitors 'a f II t e.+ er- x.Jt 9i4k -

Let Us Handle Your Prescription Service ing Mrs. Jacks' parents. Mr. and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. David I fr .. ,j g
Mrs Hamer Lott for two weeks. Bottle. 1d

FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY,- MAGAZINES Also visiting the Lotts on Sundaywas :Among the visitors for 'church: ..
their daughter, Mrs. Richard' services Sunday morning were' I ,

Castle and children of Gainesville, Mrs. L. J. Kite and sons.

Rev. Cecil Matthews, who has
s... .Y..YyYyY.T.TT TT..
been ;
a missionary with the 'As-'
WELL DRILLING-Pnaips-Service sociation of Baptists for World r x.i

Evangelism in Northeast Brazil PINE.J l LEVEL t t11rs. .i.ii

TERMS AVAILABLE for 26 years, was guest speaker it
the Hampton Baptist Church

Prompt Service 'Free 'Estimates during the Sunday School hour. .
Rev. Matthews spcke at the
morning worship service on Sun- Mrs. Roberta Lamb and sister,
day-morning at the Graham Bap- Mrs: Alice Crosby of Tampa are
RALPH f. :18EWS tist Church and during, the even- visiting their' "brother.1fi: :law: and

ing service at the sister, Mr. -and Mrs. H. H. Lewis..
Hope baptist I
P. 0. Box %& Melrose, Fla. Church, Theressa. He was the< They were all dinner guests of # {
Mr. arid 'Mrs. .
Bishop Thomas atBrboker
PHONE TGR'5-5101 overnight guest Sunday of Rev, last pr r
and Mrs,,Marvin Faile, Sunday.'Glad t S
Rev.J. L. Thomas* of Lake'Butler -I. to, have such a large attendance i Fs

spoke at the evening serviceat 'at the Youth Meeting
the Hampton Christian C u.ttch.1 at Pine, Level Church last Friday

G-E APPLIANCES: == RADIO &: t.V. Rev. Thomas will again be 'the( night. Refreshments were served

Sales and t Smite speaker on August 11. Services: after 'the meeting.The .

win begin at 7:30: p. m. L. T. Lyles fam enjoyed

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Mr. and-Mrs. DarreU Burihart fishing at the lake last Friday,,
of Perrine were visiting friends liter they fried the fish and had
Jacuzzi Home Water Systems and relatives Hampton last a nice liin'ih. ;

Miss Martha Tyler of Starke ,.
week. Mrs. Burkhart 1s'the former
WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN.MANN Lucille Hall of Hampton. was the dinner guest of Laura: g aA

ni- Miss BrendIaJIuison was Ihe Lyles last Sunday. 'In the ''after

IOOint'EtectrlcCO.,: guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Douglas noon'the'familTvislted'the'HI,' r. 1 : : _
land ,
Hardy and children of Starke for Zoo. .
I several days last week. Miss Virginia Eaves celebrated 1

Box 353 Melrose, Fla. Ph. GR 5-2563 Mrs. Ina Knight and son left her 16th birthday anniversarylast r n ,
-- Saturday night at home with
Monday for a week's visit with
Mrs. M. T. Knight and 'children 35 guests present to enjoy the oc-

of Jacksonville. casion. They played games and rt

Hiram Ballard of Jacksonvill later served refreshments. Virginia

spent Wednesday to Friday last received many nice gifts.

Need Hot Water? week with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mrs. Mona Shaw of Jackson
Parker. ville'is visiting'relative: here. We

Mamie.Meade returned to were gl&! to' have her with us at ,

her home in Hampton after a church. '
two weeks visit with her daughter :
Your Cooperative Sells:and Installs .t!: ',
and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. tLO' \." !;,
Woodrow Hicks, in Orlando. THE BIGHT POINT for the : r, ::, '
Electric Water Heatersfor ... .,..
Mrs. Avery Slade and childrenwere way you volte. Come>> In and 8& -
visiting relatives! in Maxwellon feet-
TOOT favoriteTSTERBROO8Foditaln .
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its Consumers.FreeJnstallation
Wednesday. -Pen. .TELEGRAPH.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawfordand y g _- i -. ...

children were Sunday dinner 1. THE: TRAIN THAT'S 125 ,MILES LONGEvery w
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.'W. Eddyin GAY'SHome I. .

Gainesville.Mr. .
and Mrs.J. H. Parker hadas : '
1( No )own a rnenf t{, dinner guests .Sunday,_ Mrs. Appliances 5' ".: t) year our mill-uses' enough pulpwood,toifih: a train 125 miles long 1

: Vascoe Bussey and children of: -Your Friendly I g't .the distance from Ferharidiria to Ocala. : ;:
Valdosta, Ga 'Mrs. Bussey ri lb!
'" > Free Financing! visited other,friends and relativesin Norge' Dealer ,1 t .t-f':: f Although we maintain 'our own timberlands, we still buy 80$% of -
Hampton on Sunday. : : : '
.. : our wood from independent landowners and 'farmers. c:
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Parker 'and .'Nd iG APPLIANCES i
children of Homestead plan to I f. keep this major resource-the Southern "
If.Tey'W'tiidjLikeOurcReiweseiltativeITo;' ; Call ; ; ,{ woodlands-growing into "'
spend a, few-months at Hampton .,MATTA69ft SSHEATEBS ,
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;:'' the future we replace what"we use! Every
Lake. Mr. Parker Is presently employed M i year we give away without

CON11itJ. 1)'Clay ) in Gainesville. Jimmy Dyal tLPBtAN aDd i'J: ;,-*:: charge over 3,00'0,000 pine seedlings-more than enough replace the '

and MBt Misner'accompanied.'Mr; \ 1"tOOsrFURNACES" t : ', .':', Ii; wood in -that 125-mile-long train
Parkei. \ assuring a continuous pulpwood .
'to Homestead last Weekend -
tleJ'tric CooperafiveInc. 'on *a Ijusihess tripL: ,, 'We Serriee An 1 Makes ;-: .',. ;9 pply 1 for" the 1 eedsrof'tomorrow.
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n Mrs. Dave Dyal has been con TJf >>p1i ltS f, <., -
fined to Ith rAUeftuayGeneral Y ;' .
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she his undergone surgery. "Sfie lk +3orJda

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'!.Irs.: Leona"Bdwards'Is''attendbig ir "" t ., YJ TYY YYYTT TY ;Tt'T YY T t'! Y the Freewill Baptist Church. .At will hold regular service on;}Sunday
a Cafeteria Workers' ":Short B-.ROuIR'n : INT REST TO COLORED 8:30 p. m. thl! American starting 'with' Sunday School
Course in Tallahassee this week.Guest& tlA,1 ]UCiTiZENs Gospel sinrers'of Jacksonville; will at 10 a. m. Supt. Wilhelznena!
H .t' C u- a OF BRADFORD
COUNTY present a program ,This outstanding -' Brooks In charge. Love Feast at
Mn. 'of Mr. ,
Dobbs 'and 'Mr. and "krs. Willie By Barbara Sue Davis Ii y iIiL l.1if ird' By Mora J. Shell quartet "will4,Dring you the 11:a..m. Holy Communion at 730

"W re'Mr. A A A AA* A A'A A A i..1. songs you love to hear. Everyoneis p. m. We regret the death of our
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Dobbs'during the week A u. .s rtt> ttay..rrlr.ru' u u ? .. '. .
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--------- invited to attend. No admis- member, Sister Lou Williams, sister -
ilis.' '
Bennett Ernest
,Green and't and 'Mrs. } and son
' Recent guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Sh tby 'eorb it is to 'return f'a Correction: Carnation"CInb being sion charge. The Sunday School of Sister Simmons. The
chfdren-,of 'Phoenix, t1z.,, are of Tallasassee.; arid Mrs. 'Jim- are outlined to have camp -
-.tmtUng'Mrs. Green's mother Mrs. plY Mitchell, of, Neptune "Beach, Edd Polk have included' Mr .and home to North -Carolina ,in a The feporterMrs.; 'R.''B.'Cohen,,I an additional week 'n Xt 'S Jn ner. Convention 'wilt be in session funeral will be held at the church

..fielma Eunice, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr,, and Mrs. Lester ,Dobbs ofGa1nesvilleMr. Mrs. C..J. Tetstone and family, short time, .after ,spending the is not guilty of mIS'1Iifor: nation We hope that there .Is room for throughout 'this week at FirstBorn'TempleJacksonviile825 12 .p. .m. Saturday, ,Rev. H. J.
Gainesville ,Mr., and Tal- with her
'Mrs. summer
Brad Norton and' other relatives. .:and Mrs. Burney grandmother. regarding the-recent beach part every boy who would like to. go. !Blount All
-pastor officiating.
madge Polk and family of Trenton Irene 'Padg tt. "Her sister 'Betty, W.>Ionroe'Stv! : District Supt. ;Anderson -
>JLtiss,Rachel Boyer of Jacksonvffle Dobbs and'daughter. Miss Pat, of Your editor takes full blame. We Regular} scout meeting each Wednesday -
I ;and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer who lives 'with Irene, and Irene at730. 'is asking all members and choir members and ushers are
was the weekend guest 'of Mr. andMrs.Watts'Sword'of arepleased "to announce that the Boys interested in :
her. Stokes are to accompany her home and' friends to attend this meeting.Sis. asked to serve.-Vera Coleman,
brother-in-law and sister Lake City, and Mr. and beach party held at Fernandina becoming members are asked to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred: Moore On .Mrs. ,Robert Ward of Starke.., Mrs. ;Lois 'McDemon 'an d spend ''few days with the family -! Beach was very. 's ccestul. Little, contact Scoutmaster 'B. T. Mar- '. W. Strong/ reporter reporter.
Sunday the Moores and Miss.Boy- Miss Diane Vanzant Is visiting daughter, Mrs. Carl Green, and before school starts. .Irene is Talbot Island was not 'large enough shall, Sr. 'for information. Reser- New Bethef baptist Church .
erattended this children -Baldwin.,. Mrs. ,Clara cook at the Clay Ml cafeteria for vations for 1959 New Bethel' Baptist Church, '
er a birthday dinner::for relatives in Savannah week. this fine 'group which camp season now ,
Mrs., Moore given''by 'Mrs. 'Seeber&f ': Mr."and- .MTS..O. J. Anders haveas Cone and Bill ''Thomas of Jacksonville again this year ,therefore has to was the place named last 'w ek. open! Rev A. Vinson pastor, will hold
:; visited .theRusse 11 visit before school? starts. Shelby In ( : Music 'Specialist Needed Annual Men's Day on Sunday COIto1
Andrews and 'family at 'their guests, Mr, and Mrs.,E.tM.'O'- spite of the error on place the Termite f t
Home Greens recently: always tries to attend all of the I bus starting with Sunday School, Sept.
., in Wlldwood. Toole and Miss Cheri and Johnny 'was, loaded, Perhaps pit: the .Mrs.1'lorentine Williams has .
'j i Ellis Adams of Lake City IsYlsitlng Redgrave of Los 'Ani tes, Cal, Mr. and Mrs.'Edd"B. Polk}'and Vacation Bible Schools withinr mistake .had 'not been made it resigned as teacher of music for Saul HanKerson' in charge. The ,FOR.DEPENDABLEOommeroUd
R. L. McCall. Their 'Sunday Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and family sons were ''visiting 'Mr: and "Mrs. ach while she is staying, here would have been necessary to have the schools 'in Bradford County, 'afl-male c/ioVns/ wffl be under the ';t ltlooaehotd '.I
guests were Mr. and Mrs C. of Jacksonville and 'Jaines Anders C. ''Tetstone of Gainesville ''Fri in'Florida. two buses. 'President. Corean ,Mc We do'need a 'qualified person to direction"of' Clarence DeSue. Outstanding -
W. DeHaven'of Palatka, and "Mr, and friend of Palatka day. Friday night the Polks visited Lela Mae Carter's house was Neil wishes to thank members take 'her place Music is a very speakers and talent have Peat Control
and Mrs. Ronald Outlaw Mid T. L. 'Casey of 'Starke VIsited 'Mrs. Faye ,:-Johnson'and'ihil- the chosen place for the Tupperware and, their guests ,for making thisa important subject in "the school been secured for the entire 'day.'AlTrrien'df .. 'Grove'Spra7 'j!
Daughter Ellen of Jacksonville. Mrs.Sense ,Prevatt and the Donn dren of Waldo. demonstration last week, I delightful trip. Plan now attend life of the child. We need ,more, the church are asked
Ellen remained for a visit with family'on Friday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur 'Minton, sponsored :by the "Good 'Hous :' the( Cinderella Ball-and 'Record trained'musictans-for''our churches to report* to their leader'so thathe' Call FR 62661Florida
her grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. 0, J. Boyette of son and grandson of Brewster. keeping"IbrsQtute'and'in charge "H p ,early "in 'September. and community groups. The inns be the ''winner' and lead
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Howe of Valdosta.. Ga. spent'the-'weekend: Mrs. Zonnie Bailey of --Plant City of Adella ,Bell. There is" to be_another Hospital ,Patients persons applying for this position the"gr'and march" Sunday night. 'Pest Control
u.I and ; of these 'vWues": in the Tnust'*becertif led* BFT01ID; at the usual 'hour,'led by
Baldwin were -fiuijday dinner with Mr. and ,Mrs. Ed Durban Mrs. Liza Haldin of 1N w Saul Albright has been In the % by the Florida
guests of Mr. and 'Mrs.. .Arth'ur and >}on. > .-',_ f ,* berry were'vlsiting the Edd -PolksSatnrflay near >future ..we'i'didmot learn Bradford; .County .Hospital; for State Dept.'"df"Education with at : Deacon Jenkins. -Joan Jenkins, & Chemical ,Co.UN.W.16thMe .,
Pearce. Mr. Howe was' the Beaker ';Saturday kl" rrieg.guestrof'Mr.' .afternoon. j ,j whfnor; where;;we lindentood: the .serer 1fwieb. iHe !is much (imtfr&v'datth's '- least for both services at the First and Mrs. J. L. Waters was Mrs. Olan Polk 'is spending *y a vf tor plaee'or'dafe'haaemtt beefcsettleftupon. !! ''ti ac. Mis. '-ivory Servicemen' 'In Beirut lb'UL& Moriah Methodist Church .i
'Baptist Church. tToyfee "*Bcliffl'6hl "of 'Jacteonrilie.' days this week.with,his sister,.and '- Raines sister of Albright, visited : Arthur Frahk Parks, Stewards- Mcunt Moriah Methodist I afnesvWe, Florida'
? Mr.and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and Danny and Wilbur Waters accompanied family, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tet Guy'Frigo= anS'Two 'fiaugrAers him during 'his 'iIfu 'ss.'$he returned man\USN,-son of Mrs..Marguerite Church. Rev. H. J.' Blount. .pastor, 1
',Diane spent.last Sunday Silver Mrs. Lulu Dority to stone of Gainesville. visited the Ernie Padgetts last to her "home in Orlandobut Parks of Starke, arrived in Beirut! I > .."

Springs. They also visited a deer St. Augustine{lto spend the week- Don't forgot .-revival meeting Sunday afternoon. expects to rifan and[Mrs. Tommy Hewett fn Ocaht. Waters in Maxville: for a visit Church of Christ'this iweekwi th armed forces on furlough. He was Barbara Shell waS released from a recent graduate of RJE high] J
Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. with i his graridparents. Mr. and i.Bill ,Hunt of, Orlando preaching: in Jacksonville visiting with his the hospital on Saturday after-a school and a former member '(
'J?. L. Dinkins were Mr. and Mrs. 'Mrs.:* uford Higginbotham. There will .be dinner on. >the wife when we heard from him successful tonsilleetomy! and "aid- the netball team. 01 I BUilDING JOBi
'.130b'Gwin, Miss Amy and Norman M." n. Futch of Jacksonvile called / gr und August' 10 and a'ting.wnifollow ; but of course the homefolks at noidectomy. Both patients afe-being PfeplanninffFor, School r
,-Alan.Gwin of Miami and 'Mrs. on Mr. and Mrs. John Brown in the afternoon. Everyone Middleburg will see him, too. attended by Dr. Felos and are AH like teachers of Bradford (\
"Horace: _Cox of Jacksonville. and'"other relatives here on Sat- Is invited'to-attend., J, We haven't had many coming doing fine. Friends are asked to, Couhty-wffl return for pre- Choo For "
Miss Yvonne Gaskins Of 'Jacksonville' '- urday. t Monday'n1ght'! Lloyd ;King! .(was our way looking,for peaches. and visit Saul Albright!at the hospital' planning on Monday, Aug. 18, 'at
: t spent the weekend:-with, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and guest of honor at a surprise'party we have peaChes :yet!.:Thexoneslookma ,and Annette Shell at her .''home, 9 a. m. -For three days the fclaAning I Free '-
,tier {jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher sons, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell celebrating his 15th birthday.Re for, peaches last "week i,Christian Camp ilyrhe -win be held on the cbuftty --
; d askins Brown and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ab freshments of cake'and pop were were'JBanderson"Bennett' -Bald Women's Home MisstoSociety r7 level Wlth"all teachers and ''prraclpals'participating. 'I.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and I Norman and family, and Mr. and served to approximately. guests win'Ola-Padgett-Gertie Norman, of the Baptist Church wffl In connectionwith' Estimates f 1
sons' of Hillard visited Mr. and I Mrs. John Brown and daughters by t 'Mrs..'Byford King and Mrs: Ruby .Padgett and Eugene Man- hold annual summer camp in two health and safety we will

;JirsvO. J. Phillips on Wednesday enjoyed a picnic at Shipman'S Ebert.Mott..Mr. ning.ofrdayHill.; They >got sessions this year.; One for the ,present the represntative of the Phone
evening. e6ttage'on'Santa Fe Lake on :, ..and Mrs.deweyFowler peaches'and'-pears,,but we ,have .boys will begin Monday, Aug. 11 Blue 'Cross and 'Blue Shield for :-..- = .
ijMr. and Mrs. J. R. Devore are Tuesday evening. and family.fitarke,+were',recentvisitors plenty left and-it' anyone is i look and last for five Mays.wflT .''ihe'Ibis hospitoUzationjnforrnation. Sdpt. ,
'the proud parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford of the G. W..Davis family. !ngforany'COME': ; OUR WAY! begin camp on Aug. 18 and H.: P. Morgan> will greet the new 493-J .... .
'Tferesa Gayle born at Bradford l I and son, and Mrs. Hester Hicks Vacation Bible School at the' Oar 'SOn-in-law'and 'daughter, remain thru Aug. 22. The reservation and old teachers on Monday after-: .
'County Hospital on Tuesday. July have as guests Mr. and Mrs. W. fcrooker Baptist Church >29 J. Wolf and sons of New Castle success. Ninety-five: enrolled th family returned to'Tampa last'week' including room and board to al concerning the work .
:Mrs., Troy .Bennett's weekend I Del., and Mrs. Floyd Martin of first day and.the average"attend- week. .Jo 'Ann 'always namesIn Is "$8 per child. Children from !9 i for the term. The program is being -
:"guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I Daytona Beach. ance.f or,each day' iras 86...TWentyone real '''weU ;tn' the ,canning season, to-IB are invited to participate in prepared by the planning + 7J '

Williamson and sons of Jackson Ralph Darley of Jacksonvilleand people helped with the chic and.she'loves: 'to .canas well .asher ''this very rich camp experience I committee: Principals C. C. An-1 Ciirdt'
pipe Troy Bennett of Titusville, Buster Bennett of Titusville dren. ...I mother 'does, or that is.:'the for'Christian growth and pleasure. derson, E. Thompkins and Super J. 1THO C islt
.and..Mr..andMrs.. G.JL.SappofHellbronn. : spent the, weekend with Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. -M.. K.'Mastelerof way it seems. 'Anyway, we find Camp Coacoochee Closes visor O. Shell. -
Buster Bennett and son Mrs. Hat and Mr. -and'- ,Mrs. work,ior ..her! The second and final week of Church News
,,U;. arid Mrs. Charles Starling: tie Dariey. and Miss Sina Prescott. .Charles Perry ,of Gainesville :.and Wonder whywe ,haven't seen this camp for Boy"Scouls"found Allen .Chapel .A. ,M..E. Church :
oft Highland and Mr: and 'Mrs., Mr. land !.!p. Marvin Warren Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonvillewere but, two candidates who are seeking 77 happy boys from Jacksonville, Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church;
Jfimes Starling of_ Starke spent, and daughter of Jacksonville"were dinner guests of the M. O. officeln'Clay County? Sidney Starke and Ocala! taking part in Rev. L. 'A. Sampson pastor will tHIRSTY WTHEa
'Sunday with their parents 'Mr., weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs.J. Harrells: Sunday. B urns and\Floyd Gnann are the the activities. John Givens! "wag" hold ,regular service on Sunday. :
'and':. Mrs. Joe Starling. E. Warren, Mrs. Verle Johns visited relatives only xnes to'call .upon us so far, appointed ."Junior f staff assistant.t. starting with :SUnday School at
Mt. and Mrs*,Coleman Phillips Mr.jind Mrs. H.'C. -Kelly and In Lacrosse over the weekend maybe our .vote doesn't count! The program consisted of swim- 10 a.%m. Supt.? Irene Thomas In T..t !, \o f
"left Friday for Miami where they tavfd visited'Mr.:and Mrs.:Frank J. D. Wilkinson moved last week r mmg and life saving campcraft. charge. .'IbIs'11s, regular trustee
'will (make their .new ,home. Jones and .,family 'In Keystone "Mr. and Mrs. C. C. HaZen of Into Lee Moore's house near the day. Morning worship at.11'a. m. AHEAD I f'-S
.. Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Heights on Sunday afternoon. Gainesville were Dinner guests of Elgin"Hang-store.-Of course he'is and merit badge instruction. Plans We regret the passing of Bro. (}
B? E. Reddish were'Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. H. (Hill was the 'week- the Guy Harrell family Surioay.. well known in this neighborhood' straight! Come on 'iadies, 'lets Willie Bass at the Lake,City Hospital .
Don.' Wilson and Mr.. and Mrs. J.: end guest of Mr. and Mrs.. iallie Mrs. R. F. Gano visited last as his grandmother lived and Uled show the'others we can'keep this: 'for Veterans on Monday at .
E. Barber, of .Jacksonville.Willie Jones and family in St. Aug stlne.! week with Mr. and Mrs.. A. D. in this community and his father. banner, or If they get'It they w ill[ 12 noon.. We are'hot''certain as1 '

,1 Rttent.g'Uests.COf. 'M!'; and Mrs'I' WAyne Massey of Camp<.Sttrart, Martin at,Valdo. ._ Bud Wilkinson owns ''property sure-have to get !up and get out to the time of the funeral. The '
Dobbs and daughter were Savannah, spit the weekend"with /flSr. ana -Mrs.: 'Perry'Osteen- of here,:;',We welcome J.O. and'fan-. to Sanday School! family has not completed arrange : { :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of his_parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. E.1 Hexrberry ;vislted'theiEdd! .P elk fly to fear midst. Remember prayer meeting every ments. .Bro Bass was a faithful .
'Mandarin. Massey. family Wednesday night. Our attendance In Sunday Wednesday evening at ',8 "p. in.' i member xrf the church and served

Miss -ArthurineBlanchard -of l ,Mrs. Effie Miner had as Wednesday Glenda Waldron of Wildwood School decreased again last Sunday Clarence Knight Preaches.for ,us for many years as president, ;of
-Jacksonville was the weekend guests?:iMrs. Leila Tumblin and Maok McDavid-.Gainesville from-77 to 64, Where. were.the Sunday, morning in the absenceof the usher board. He was janitor i i
,guest 'W :.her ,slSt r. Miss 'En2a and Mrs. Hazel Jones of New hide been Visiting \heL.: 'L. 'Dy al oth r'13? Our pastor' :is.iit'Ridge- our pastor anc'Tea preachesa at RJE ,until his health ,failed YIdr'
Blanchard.They visited their 'sisters 'Smyrna'Beacli. Her brother, John L family IWs w ek. :? Crest, if.I C.'SO' that 'accounts' for good sermon. Winfred Wilkinson him. He leaves to mourn his loss !
Mrs. Stiles Bohannon and Roberts,' of Jacksonville visited Mr.sards'V.'Vaien' -W khiee- of oar itmibe!'..-atIl1'ther: '> e preached Sunday: eve fng.W e a devoted wife and i host other j
Mrs. J. B. Dye at Kmgsley? .Lake her on Saturday. Starke Mr. and Mrs. Max Fur are'ten' unaecoant61foT'Bat':: we are always glad to see these young relatives and 'friends. Evening
and' Mrs. John McCleod at Meirbse. 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and long and baby of Gainesville andJ."T. adult .women were right there folks stepping forward and work service will be held at 6 p. in. All I1
.! family jof St, Augustine visited Haze'n of ,Ocala visited 'UieA again, 'we won 'tte attendance ing for our Lord. Of course all members ,are' asked to see their t i d i
Miss Mary Julia Futch arrived Mrs. John 1 'Shuford and Dave this >1br *Hazens 'Sunday. bkrmer -'tflis is 'Wo 'Sundaysdajr. know we older ones will be gonebefore leaders and do their fun duty. \

'&ontdayfrom;f Tallahassee to-spend weekend. Juanita Stalnaker is spending many years .and ,someonehas Mae.Morris will be crowned'"Miss -
a few days with her.motherMrs.W'Tfc ,Miss Betty Gaskins of JacksonVille the,week.at,Camp-O'Swannee.at afternoon. tp take the work over to carry Allen Chapel" when she returns .::kTffthockqp _
: visited her paretns Mr. and at Branford. "Mrs.'SBeikuUls( :Tif) 'Gainesville e on. We are glad fWmfred -just from 'the Sunday ,School Convention L -'
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'If :. Mrs. J. B. Gaskins this weekend. Mr. and:Mrs. earl 'Green "arid Is 'tisltfitg 'Mrs. Benny 'THornas a country boy arid is willing' to which -1s now in session
: &tr.4. C.tttlbl.Ia. Mrs.: Gaskins carried herYvonne and daughters are vacationing 'at Ornrond this"week. work for our Lord. We are confident i 'at "take 'Ci Y. 'Sis.! E. J. Givens, ,
.. .&tpood Co.at- Gaskins 'to Jacksonvilleon ''Beatlj. :'Sur..and Mrs. J..T.: 'Thomas tind he will be the means of lead reporter. _
.. ... t I Sunday afternoon. Mamfe/ClaTk' "Mrs.1, Joyc* girls.Hof Pol y; .2\1a."are _yisitin g ing others to worship our Lord. first Born Temple _
Mr. and_ Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and dark' gave ;a --Jewelry tatty Friday his mother, Mrs..Groover Thomas, At our political rally Saturday First Born Temple Elder !F.: _, _

,1-, family of Jacksonville were 'weekend .night at the home of MamaClark. e, anti WilbirrThomas. i night Mr. Cercy Started to his Howard 1 pastor, will hold regular ron I
..guests of.Mr. and Mrs. Wal- 'Mr..'arid Via .Ray':WUSon and car and suffered'heartattackand services throughout the da/starting Cbkei 1 __

ter Wilkison. Mrs, Dobbs. and the Mrs. Mary Ryals! 'of Jacksonvll'dS"110rrared'vrPith'A"ShOWer'9at! e baby of Jacksonville spent the had gone to the GREAT BEYOND with Sunday School at ''the'' '' SIGN 'OF tOOO TASTEwtv
I children remained'to be"wRhTursJwnfcison : .; weekend with Mrs. Groove: before they totfld"&ettrtm mtra11rour.'At,3 p.'m.-the'Fellotips '
1I 'pH ./NAM/M1I O 4......lilt lYf MYldYillio
who, Is suffering froman urday night at the CommunityCenter. Thomas. to a hospital. 'Our sympathy ship Union will be held of (which ;

I infection due to an extractedtooth Games were played by 35 Linda Sue Thomas Is spendingthe to the family!! of. this man. '.W e Elder jSampson' White' is >rjresi- 'srtaftf d 1Ut6effCco! Compony ty
.:, .' guests rind L'reitw,, o" sirfen week at Camp O'Swannee.at understand he was a preacher of dent. The message veil be delivered =

r.a q d Mrs. {I Edward 1.Beebe,4 were, won by.Mrs. Ryals. *Hostessess Branford.'... I II I have recently moVed to Jackson-- ..for the.fhower'VereJ_Mrs.
'! .. ,- a.. nil., ou' vile Beach..Jimmy Pearl Markey, Mrs.?Effie Hodge.
---- 'TIIfIIs-ftat. Waters Its spending this Mrs. Joyce Clark, Mrs. Ruth
1 a week with his.; grandparents. Mr. Mizelle Mrs. Eva tllarr eil, '"Iflsa "
; t.If.'M.. WruMflMCMf w-- and Mrs. Buford Higginbothamin Shirley Green, and Mrs.. 'Ann'ieTetstone. THE' '
IT'S J0'5f!
; .' .tnJ"' u' Maxville. i .as
,, ....--...... "I'Y i."" ,9$1 Mr.rand Mrs. Uther Hilliard. G. W. Davis, Dickie Davis' ,,and tv
; and Mrs. Steve Snarling. Sr. were Lloyd,JOng were In Lake Butler -
: d.eyin9J Sunday dinner of Mr. ant '''Saturday on business.
t guests ; '
I ilnowt a(;...g'IiI1ifi \., '
Mrs. Raymond Suber in Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Dewey StokesofJacksonville. re
,: .... 1 fl s,' vile { :
.. i; Mr. and,-Mrs. Rudolph '
-.L..L.-"""" .tit fttMi',.od f"ras and .+
I : .Friends of Mr.(and Mrs. M. L. Stokes family i'ofAlachua -
: tMHc of cffie*,...JtfX e<*T'vf\ JMM Turner will bee;in rested to learn and Mr.'andMr&Bud".' OQ \
I A* a ppl.wt'twsoty L'bilf that their son, Wayne, was rVcently 'dy'Btofces! of Starke ;vLsited .Mr. t.ro .
1M" ho* ... wA. a married: to Miss Catherine and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Srmdsy.rs ,-
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.,. ., hI.MOI ,;.;} .tMU:_;:,. Smith of Orlando. The Turnwho ", ''Mr. and Mrs. Jack :MarieD.of J ,

A l to M0.Mg have been;living in the Joyce Jacksonville spent the weekend

a.d ..1.-1 tWr irt..Vhu" Fufthren&l oulse. have movedto with the A. I. Mann family.,, ,
a lada % c. 9-."W ,their newly purchased home In Mr.and Mrs. H..T. Shaw.'of. :
.IM ei Mtestun IcA; '?>rt' ke.'r 'Mountie'Oak and Mr. and ,>Mrs. .
I let...... Misses Marty and Jackie Balesleft Freeman and family of Haw- .
'.a-t 101'Crdr..Ilo.1IQT.Btltsstw Sunday for a, two weeks visit thorne were visiting the i\. L a
I ; with,'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellsin'Mtfafle 1> Mann family Sunday. "
1 f. saw' MlS W t ; Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle W1 r. y
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. GnehrlstOf.'Sa.Y and daughters,and;Jean-Endicott r t

I I ,...... .4Tf..' 't t-" 1 A ..,.... '-"1mah... .., 9a1 visited relatives had fc'fetebic-teach 'at ,takesld ; /
'J Park In Lake Butler Sunday.

: :The perfect .tribute-to 1 Joan Thomas of Jacksonvillespent \ : ia'x. -
the weekend with 1 s.*Tr : 1 '

: a cherished memory. '. ,. Thomas and her sister Patricia. Live better-live electrically-and enjoy
'Mrs./Atiee"Crosby, Mrs. Roberta 1.1. .... t
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,{9tbB21mEt 1D conYenJeace.> ..ID COWlort .,. I $ '
i JBttry .funeral that we .con., I Lamb of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. ,
fact of ; H. H. Lewis of Starke, and Mrs. in happier Florida living. Electricity is the c i s Own t modem .
is a source sustaining
Mountie Shaw of Jacksonvillespent 1 t k room conditioner ..
.., I It trJ. ,,;.. dike &ka J .6. -
and .
; : solace .spiritual iaspira- Sunday With the "Bishop D>Ce ..!'..., .moit.-MJ ffiOit ...and stay cool, calm '

i tion to the famll). Il' Thomas family. 1' automatic service you can choose. It i lightens. and connected! You'll t '
; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and J )
enjoy cool, more
'QI-uCi&m me miUlilg pdtma economicaliluiiureus :family of Plant City visited the oil your work, brightens all your leisure. .... restful

ly attended,to that only a trained arid careful .Woodrow Thomas family and the Compare and you'll agree-only electricity t relaxation Bleep--quieter easier l
..erguizationWl.perform' -when .the*nr enf need i Bishop Thomas family 1 last Thurs- ",..u.. "' f
I" gives 'much l far little cost! dust-free housekeeping
I- for serving is tit''haild.DeWITT" .. I' you so luxury go: 4PE
I' .d j. rIhereon ,pollen-free,
Sunday. '
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:F iG\t ICE C't R Xl ULANCE SERVICE :.Effie Green and daughter of Mid- BIGGEST BARGAIN IN YOUR BUDGET J ,indoor air.
PHONE 7 dleburg were here on Sunday to -. ,.

'We furnish the hlgheat l typo service at lowest prieea, sad accept see_Bryant Mrs. Mae Reddish Wells.spent thewgej =: I r FLORIDA PO WE"R.i :aLIGHT

AN1YZ1'f'Ynsuuaace; poflcjTn"1orce,7se 1Dj'" NY'o"o mpaayia i end in Tallahassee'with l'ur. enMrs. COMPANY ,._t ,

payment la part", or, ire full on funeral services. (-bn ultadont.txriiea J. OA Pons.and family.Miss! M'EIPINCIYa11 ron0& f-"'"
JIO_. -._ Terri Pons'came home with Dergrandfather .- -- 1f.--
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I FAITH BAFTISIf CHURCH I St.'Edward's 'Catholic Church GBAHAM Wednesday. Office in Starke, *
';to\' .. -\., St. Mark's Episcopal Florida. until 7:09
A ,'\, \ Lawtey, Starke, Florida BAPTIST CHURCH Ladies Council, lit and 3rd o'clock PM. on Tuesday the lath day
of August, 195S at which time and
I A.,, F. Massey, Pastor Key. Raymond c. MatRWw Sunday Mass at 10 a. m., Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning Tuesday nights.Everybody place all bids received will be publicly -
Bible school 10 ,L. m. Sunday, Services-9:45 a.m.. Holyday] Masses at 6:30: & 8:30: Worship, 11 a m. Training welcome to each opened and read aloud on the foJ,<.

CHURCH NEWS Preaching. 11 a.( m. Church School; 11:00 a.nv Morning a. m. Union 6:30 p. In. Evening Worship service. lowing Twelve: months supply fuel ofli;.
Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Prayer and Sermon. Weekday Mass at 8:15: a. m. 7:30 p. ra<- Rev. W. 0 approximately 850,000 to 900,809
Bible Study and ;Prayer Meeting Holy Communion-First Sunday ,Confessions:' Saturday 7 to 8 Collins Sr., pastor. NEW RIPER gallons No. 2 Diesel Fuel ,Oil':to,
conform to specifications of Ametican ->
7:30 Wednesday. ,
L + p 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday; P. m. CHURCH Petroleum Institute. Fuel
Radio program 8 to 8:30: a. 7:30 a.m -Baptisms, marriages\ and Instructions CHURCH OF,GOD Sunday School 10 .. m. Wor- 011 must not have higher sulphur

ai. each Sunday over station. Wednesday-7:00 pm., Choir by appointment. Sunday School, 10 a. m MornIng ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening: Serv7 The content Cetane than 8 Number per cent must by weigbU be 'a
Methodist Church f At The Ta ,bernacle WRGR, Starke. I Practice; 7:45 pan Litany and Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaaWednesday. minimum of 45. '
Bible HEILBRONN U&101'ARTBAPTIST Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPEJ 7:30 p.m. The said Board of Bond Trustees
Sunday; Sunday School for Mr. and Mrs. J.r.: Quigley. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. reserves any or all the bids.right to accept or reject 4 .

all ages, 9:45: a. m., Morning Wor- sponsors of the Gospel Taber- UTTER: DAY: SAINTS BAPTIST CHURCH, Sunday Schoor!, 'its a. m. MornIng Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. REGISTER'NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES'OF "
ship, 11 a. m., Methodist' Youth nacle, returned hursday from Services each Sunday in old Sunday School It '... m.; morn I Worship, 11 a. m. Evening LA WIn Notice is hereby FICTITIOUS given that the undersigned By: CITY Carl Johns OF STARKE.City Clerk.FLA..
Fellowship "Dine-A-Mite; in Fellowship their "ation in'the Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mora under the provisions of
summer Vrt Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- ing worship, 11 a. m: training Worship 7:30: p. m.' Training 7131 21 SIT
; Chapter 20,95. Lawsof Florida Acts
Hall, followed by business mountains of North Carolina The ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service
I day School 11L m. Sacrament union 7 p. ra.; evening worship Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- of 1941. will register with the Clerkof
session' and Worship program, highlight of their t'sro weeks away Service i:30: p. m. Everyone wel 8 p. m. I I Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Saturday, 7:30: p. n,. the Circuit'Court. In and for Brad lOOT ftSUMMER
6:30 p. m. Union Services will be was seeing the autb enic original come. I 7:30 ford County. Florida upon receipt of
Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, pm. proof of publication of this notice, the
held in the Christian Church,
version of the C>berammergau 44 I, First Christian Church fictitious name of Seminole Ranch. un-
8p.m. "
Rev. Donald Kokommor, minister Passion Play, now showing in AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH IHGIILAftil der'which we are engaged in business GOLD
of the Methodist Church, 'bringing at Rt. 1. Box 71-A. Starke. Florida.
Hendersonville.Rev : Sunday School 8:45 a. m.; Morn- HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH Morning worship, 11 a.m. Kenneth L. James and V. R. Smith

the'Wednesday message 8_p. Prayer m. :Meetingand Clarence Dibb'V: of Penney tag Worship 11 a. m. Training CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,'. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Rev. J. E. Sherwood: pastor Rt.Dated 1. Box this 71-A 25th, Starke day,of Fla.July.owners.A.D. TAKE <

Bible Study in Fellowship Farms was again the ji 'Jest speaker Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship Christian Endeavor,Friday, 7.M Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Sunday School, 10 a.m. 1957 at Starke Bradford County, &
Hall All are Invited. at the Tabernacl? Sunday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Youth Churn 7 p.m. Florida. 7S1| 4tp 8J21 for
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Thursday Chancel Choir re- morning. Mr. Quigley r e sumed his Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning-Worship Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -, Rev. Wednesday Prayer Meeting CALL FOR BIDS symptomaticREUEF

hearsal in the Church, Sanctuary, place as teacher at this Sunday Everyone welcome. 11 a. m. Evening Worship, George'Chism pastor. Everybody 1:30 p.m. Board Sealed of bids Bond will Trustees be received, of the by City the !JUU
8 p. m.LAWTEY. evening service and b.r,ought a 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a.: m. welcome. Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. I of Starke, Florida, at the City Clerk's

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nant which is being so -
consummated in the gathering of
(presently meeting in City Hall) I .
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Sunday-BIble study, 10 a. m., JC.

worship. 11 a. m.EveningYoung. today.Bible students cially}] t!. A ;; tins ""L. }
people's: Bible are espt Glwrcfv t /eioJePIJ/lI/
study. 7; preaching 7:30. invited to'hear these prop hetic \J! !JlnQ'lf1Op) j

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Radio Program Station Presbyterian ChurcHFriday -
WRGR Monday, 6:3p a. m. .
Adult Choir practi,

CHURCH Sundaychurch School 9't\5 :
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; MornIng a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. '.
Worship, 11 a., m.; Evangelistic sermon by Rev. M. O. Robbins.. ... ', : .' '. '
services. 7:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship, Dr. S. P. Rowe, "' "

Wednesday Prayer Meeting leader 6:30 p. m. Union Evening I I
7:30 p. m. Worship First Christian Church, II

sermon by Rev. Donald Koko- I
BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday Circles of Womenof
Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng the Church: No. 1 will] not meetin
11 a. In. Training Union 6:30p. : August; No. 2, hostess to be

m. Preaching 7:3f: ( p. m. Prayer announced; No. 3. with Mrs. Louise

Meeting; Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Harden hostesf. L L _

Wednesday Junior Choir ,

.practice, 3 p. m.

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O. M. Osborae, Pastor '
i Sunday School. 10 ft. m. Morning : .' \ : .
.: ,
,;Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic t' : t ..o,< Il- '
Service, 7:45: p. m. Thursday .., "' .. \: "
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