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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The masthead of this issue of I las A. Edison had just perfected | had just ended, and the struggling Into this world in the summer for its own newspaper. He and his! anently or for a long time into;I ment of the new paper In Starke. 1 entering .*. permanently, or fora
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The Telegraph carries the nota- th!' incandescent lamp, but it little town of Starke. like of 1879, stepped William Wyatt I i son. Sterling. forthwith started I newspaper life, we deem it our 1: Tlie Tallahassee Floridian. in its long time into newspaper life"

i would be many years yet before 'he jest of the South, was show- Moore. 49-year-old printer and The Telegraph, assembling the duty to espouse the cause of the ,: isHie of July 29. 1879 said: !has! been borne out in fact- The
tion Volume 81 No. 1.
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j S'arke could boast of electric .ng signs of emerging from economic n'wspaperman, a native of Talla- meager equipment that consti- National Democratic Party and I I "The Florida Telegraph is { Telegraph has outlasted such all
This means that The Telegraph -.I lights.; : chaos. hassee. He saw the activity in and that party as more conducive to the prospective nominations of I the name of a paper publishedat but forgotten publications as TheEast

has served Starke and sur- j George Franklin Drew was serving Virgin pines were falling all around) Starke and the possibilities the interests of all sections of .the country than any other course. I I : Starke. Florida. and! edited Florida Courier. The index:

rounding area as a news and advertising I afforded by its location on the tuted a small town newspaper We shall endeavor however. sato I I by W. W. Moore the first mun- and The Florida Advocate to
as twelfth Governor of Florida around the village to make room
for 80 I I "new" Fernandina to Cedar Key plant of that era. conduct The Telegraph. as to I DT of which is before us. As to menticn a few of the other papers
medium years I I a baby state that had been ad- for fields of cotton orange groves I railroad providing vital and. in In a salutatory, published in 'allay rather than foster. bitter i f>'ogiaphy.. it is a marvel of tbit were started here during the

f4,160 weeks!, and is starting on mHted to the Union only 34 years and farm homes. New people were ,those days, the only means of that first issue of The Telegraph .pr.Juical strife and will practice I neatness, while as to its editorial years and enjoyed a brief and

its 81st year of continuous pub- before. beginning to move in to take the transportation. I 180 years ago, Co!. Moore stated :that tolerance towards political I izianagement. the fact that Col.-I sometimes: hectic existence.

li"ation with thi issue of June I Rutherford B. Hayes occupied places cf those who had moved "Colonel" Moore as he was the principles on which the paper I opponents which we regard as :Moore who is an old and ex- ; Today The Telegraph enjoys the

23. 1959. i I;.>e White House as nineteenth out or who had their lives otherwise known (the title being quite likely was founded: I''one of the es.entials of the conservatism oeriencfd newspaper writer i is its distinction of being the oldest

Hardly a perscn now living can.!, pirsidcnt of the United States. disrupted by the turbulent complimentary. as was the customin "With experience of the past which is the synonymof itor is sufficient to warrant weekly newspaper published continuously -

remember that world of 1879.A i: The perilous days of Reconstruction war years and subsequent days of those days liked what he saw ind the outlook of the future. true Democracy." an able man gfml'nt" under the same mast-

young inventor named Thom- I following the Civil War, Reconstruction. and judged that Starke was ripe and entering as we trust perm- Commenting on the establish-I Colonel Moore's prediction of h"ad in Florida.

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I Valuation of railroad and tele- .
.- Board To Consider I'I .
graph property within Bradford ,'
4r ,1 County has been decreased again ,
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; -- I for the sixth consecutive year, Property Values I'I Council MovesTo Two prison breaks occurred in

Tax Assessor Gene Long said this ,he past week at Raiford. accord

BHS Auditorium Rises Toward CompletionSteel !week. I The Board of County Commis- j. iiif to Warden DeWitt Sinclair.
said he had received '.5-
Long ; just
s'cners will meet at the clerk's I FrontsOf I Roger Wayne Carter serving a11'fe
framing of new BHS auditorium exercises, scheduled for outdoors,I I The auditorium will have bnck I notice of this year's valuation I Open sentence for third
degree murder
office in the courthouse on Monday -
rained out. with walls and ceIling
been
rises impressively as have I wainscoting, from Bruce C. Davis, director of : broke and ran while
erected 'by Parker Construction of acoustical tile. The large the Railroad Assessment: Board in I July 6, at 10 a. m. as a Boardof 1 working
Being in the
School Board Member H. A. Law- garden squad about 9:30
stage will be 35 feet wide and Tallahassee. Other members 'of Equalizers.At c Beer ParlorsCity
the structure with Co. of Jacksonville, on a ,Wednesday morning. Guards
son views audi- about 30 feet deep, and will be.the board are the attorney general -. this time complaints will be caught the 18-year-old prisoner
contract for $169,000. the
pride. With a seating capacityof connected with the present music j the state comptroller and heard and testimony received as Rotary President j''from Miami two hours later with
around 1,000 the auditoriumWill torium will have steel framing, tuilding.It the state treasurer all of whom. ;I Council has authorized Attorney bloodhounds.

solve a problem that has harassed interior walls of cement block, and is believed that the audItorium -I serve in an ex-officio capacity.I to the value of real and personal i .\. J. Thomas Jr. to draft .

BHS in recent years when I outside walls of brick veneer and will be completed by next Davis is appcinted by the other property as fixed by the Tax I County Judge T. A. Yawn took an ordinance requiring owners of Two prisoners staged a break

various phases of commencement I cast stone. December. members of the board. Assessor for the ,year 1959. over the gavel as president of the S,beer parlors to open the front of together last Friday morning before

Long said this year's cut in Starke Rotary Club at the regu- I, their establishments so that acti1 daylight. Paul Silas Thomas
lar luncheon meeting Wednesdaynoon. 1! vities inside can be seen from theI a lifer in for armed robbery, and
Potential
rpilroad and valuationwas Gas Users
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Good Market Prices But No Goods Ex-Policeman street. Johnny Gribbs Jr.. serving 15
not quite as bad as in the To Be CountedBy ,I .'years for breaking and entering
last two years when it droppedmore The retiring president A. L- The City already has such an
Crosby Jr.. gave a review of the ': ordinance pertaining to pool halls. tsraped by climbing the fence
than $42.000, "But. he City-Wide Canvass
Tells The Story At BrookerPlenty Is Convicted added "in a small county like accomplishments'of the past year{ Thomas is to amepd this ordinance i',close to a guard's tower.

Bradford, even the smallest cut in I i City Clerk Carl Johns said Tuesday and called on 'the chairman of to include beer parlors also..! Warden Sinclair said the guard

revenue hurts. The reduction in he hopes to 'begin canvassing each branch of Rotary service fora Mayor Billy Jackson brought the I!|.!--aw the two men as they were

of buying power but no Nettles said. Growers are expect- On DWI% ChargeFormer valuation of $35,534 from last homes brief report. matter up at last week's Council climbing the fence but -froze up"
in Starke
for
potential natural and
pioduce to sell! was the story at :r? large sales for the 4th of July year's figure will cost us 152363. o. The new committee chairmen ireeting. He said several persons.I let them go. The two made

the Brooker Farmer's Market Nin weekend, but sales haven't been That money has to be replaced gas consumers sometime begin their duties the first Wednesday had requested that he do so. their way to a point on Highway

May. usually the heaviest monthof (pr-od up to now because of cool Starke policeman Earl somewhere and the local tax- next week. in July. The new ordinance would make 301 about two miles north of

,the year.According. weather in the northern areas. Robert Schwabe- was sentenced payer is the man who will end up John said the program would begin law enforcement easier. Thomas Lawtey, where they stole a 1953

to Market Manager Melons have been as high as 3 !to; pay a fine.of $200 or serve 60 piyins for it." as soon as enough workers Sheriff To Convention aid, because policemen could see I model Oldsmobile belonging to

Ralph Nettles only 5.746 packages cents per pound this year but days in jail after his convictionon In a strongly worded letterto could befound.. Ten persons have in without. actually( entering: lite'A.. I. Mann of Brooker a worker
the JOl .
1 of produce were shipped this May fell off to 2\z\ cents last Thursday a drunk'driving charge in I the director: the state board. already applied. Bradford Sheriff?. D. Reddishis establishment. Also,-he saId, perSons .on ros4.project.

-' bringing in revenue of $16,129. County Court on Tuesday.I Long said he was very disappointed Persnbs interested in this kind attending'the orlda'Sheriff's patronizing such places would Gribbs. and Thomas drove the
This was slim pickings comparedto Due to the freeze back in '56 Schwabe also had his 'driving license to note another decrease in Convention being held in Naples I be more careful of their conductif stolen car to Jacksonville where
the 79.861 packages which and no market in '57 and '58 suspended for six months. railroad and telegraph valuation of .work should apply at the City Florida through Friday of this they knew they were in view they were captured by the Duval

brought $138,611 shipped in May fnrmers planted very few pota- Schwabe was suspended by Police while county valuation was uppedby Hall at once.'Shiner. I|week: I lof the public. County Sheriffs Dept. that same

of 1957 the last normal. growing toes this year. Nettles stated. Hesaid Chief Riley Sweat after his more than'$856.000 during thesame -, -, Friday night. Gribbs was apprehended

season Bradford County has experienced farmers couldn't afford to arrest by Bradford deputies on year. He also noted that the --;J __ .. : first still in the car.

in recent years. cl'ance potatoes this year as they March 13. He was off duty and millage rate of taxation on railroad ,' Thomas who had abandoned the
cost around $100 an acre to plant. not in uniform at the time. The car. was apprehended in a deserted
and
This May saw the market ship telegraph property was > I iT'r
55 bushels of Irish potatoes com arrest was made several miles left at the 1958 figures and said \ 'i-i- house en the outskirts of

parted to 41.615 fifty pound bags in League Leaders west of Starke on SR 100 after he thought the county deserved i.J11iuJ : I,Jacksonville.

Mpy of '57: 201 hampers of squash I I Have Close Game several motorists telephoned they an increase in the taxation rate < ;: : Thomas is from Duval countyT
Ind been forced to leave the roadto -.. S Oibbs from Bay.
compared to 1,889; 2,885 hampersof to help offset the lower valuation. '
snap beans to 9,614 in May two Stopped By Rain avoid being hit by a weavingcar I Long said that valuation of A S 1:'Sq '., :" So far this week no charges
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years ago; 1,859 bushels of cucumbers other property In the county had 5 .; : have been filed against the escapees -
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Garden Restaurant's 10 win "
no At the Schwabe acmittedhe been almost doubled since he '
to 9.830; 54 bushels of trial. for stealing the
record threatened last car.
pepper compared to 3.558 in Mayof oses was had been drinking but Insisted took office in 1953, going from .

'57: 30 hampers of field peas f'rday! when the game with Waldo : Jje was merely tired and $3,795,420 in that year to the :-i--- i F'1 Cr.r J{:... -S 'S Two-Day Track Meet
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to 3.895; 662 hampers of butter Wr.5 sleepy, not drunk. He appeared present high of $6,948,212. There :
beans to 4.036; and no okra thisy fourth inning with the teamstledup without a lawyer.On nas been'a yearly decrease in rail S For County Youths

:ar and only 34 bushels in May, 5-5. The last three innings Monday. Alton Mosely failed road and tlegraph valuation that 'S Scheduled Next WeekA
will be played at later date.
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to appear on a DWI charge and totals $161,723 over the six-year I
1957.Nettles In other last week Gard-
games
forfeited bond of $200. Also on period.
said prices were unus-
two-day track meet with 38
n Restaurant piled up another
ually high this year but wet win by beating Keystone 31-3 and Menday. Mary Bryant Davis was Lcng went on to say that he events .will be held Thursday and

weather kept farmers from taking :the Development Commission shut sentenced to a fine of $150 and had been working hard to raise F'lday July 2 and 3 from 9 a. m.

advantage of them. Rain prevented one day in jail for driving while county valuations to a reasonablelevel The new Westinghouse plant in cated in Baldwin on Highway 90, tc 12 noon at BHS athletic field,
with 12-0
out Co. C victory. Keystone Westinghouse
farmers from planting or also lost to Maintenance her license was revoked, and l and it was very discouragingto Baldwin is now in partial opera- (i? 100 feet wide by 160 feet deep.A in place swimming classes.

harvesting their crops. Nettles also 12-9. George Middleton. Fairbanks Ne- have this work offset by that tion although the official opening 30-ton capacity crane runs the Competition will be divided Into -
stated Shop !,T('. was sentenced to $35 or 10 date will not be until around Au- Begins OperationIn
tnat what produce was Games scheduled this week are: of the state board. He asked that entire length of the inside. The three age groups:A (13 through

shipped was water logged and Fnday June 26. Garden vs Development days in jail on an assault and some consideration be given to gust 1.Representing. (structure provides 14.000 square 151; B ((11 and 121; C [(8 through:
fidn't bring as much as it would battery charge. the individual taxpayer who had a total expenditureof BaldwinOnly
Commission and Key- feet of shop space: 4.000![ 101] with events for each groupi .
)fcnve otherwise. *fr'ne vs Co. C. Sunday. June 28. Negroes Barbara Jean Bailey to absorb the loss when the board $720,000 ($260,000 for the building rquare feet of office space; and I i, The first day competition will

Cucumbers netted farmers a Wlldo's Maintenance Shop and and Frank Mitchell were releasedby went about its "annual reduction and 1460,000 for equipment) I skilled workers will be employed 5,000 square feet or storage plat- include running broad jump;

high! of $6 a bushel this May Co. C ,'s Garden Restaurant; the court after County Attor- o railroad and telegraph valua- the new plant will repair all initially, but some will be form. An 18.000-gaUon propane standing broad jump; softbaU

butter beans and snap beans Tuesday. June 30. Development ney A. J. Thomas. Jr., entered tion." makes and types of industrial hired for apprenticeship later on storage tank will provide fuel for throw for distance: 110 yard low

brought as high as $5 a hamper Commission!; : vs Maintenance Shop motions of nolle prosequi in both' equipment, including motors gen- Five men have already been em- heating. Three transformer oil hurdles; 100 yard dash and 50

field peas $3 per hamper pepper and Co. C vs Waldo. rases. Both defendants were Woman InjuredIn erators, transformers, switchgears ployed, and 15 or 16 more will be tanks are erected at the rear of yard dash.
$f, Irish potatoes $1.75. and charged! -with assault and bat- and welding machines. Customers working in the plant during the the building one 15,000 gallon I The second day contests will be:

squash brought a high of $4 a 2 Births AnnouncedAt tery.James Odd AccidentAn will include the paper in- first year. By the second or third; tank and two 26.000 gallon.' I football\ throw for distance; hop.

hamper. Buddy Osteen was sentenced Justries. phosphate mills. Florida year it Is expected that the plaant I The plant manager is J. H. Morris -, and jump; 400 yard shuttle relay;
Nettles said he anticipates ship- Bradford HospitalBradford to $75 or 15 days for leaving elderly St. Petersburg woman Power and Light Co., Florida Power will have 60 employees, working in ; shop foreman. S. A. Franklin I JOO yard dash; 200 yard shuttle

ping only very small amounts of the scene of an accident and received back injuries Tuesday Co.. tEA, and the JacKsormlle two shifts of 30' each. I ; and clerical supervisor Neal rtrlay: and volley ban throw for
produce from now on this year. County Hospital announces Matthew Cooper was fined $25 afternoon when her husband ran I municipal power, plant. The handsome new building lo- Smith. i d'stance.
the following births: and ordered to make restitutionin while a left) I II
Only 3.353 packages of field peas off a culvert making I Buses will make regular swimming
white corn cucumber and pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Raley of each of two bad check charges. turn off US 301 near the Santa Jfe Arrested Deserted Still Busted Air pick-ups In the county to,

have been shipped so far this Starke, a son, Harvey Clement Judge T A. Yawn held Plea Fire Tower.Dr. ;I Reservists ake: children to the track meet

Raley Jr.. June 22. Day in County Court on Wednesday A. J. Barry said Tuesday By Bradford Deputies I *>th Thursday and Friday.
June.Watermelons For Second TimeA Events
are the only thing Mr and Mrs. Richard L. Lee : with 72 cases scheduled. The night that Mrs. Edward C. Brown I West Of LawteyDeputies Can Now JoinGainesville are scheduled for the morning

being/ shipped in any quanity now.. jr. of Starke. a son. Richard [Continued on Page 61) was progressing well in the Coun- crly. (

ty Hospital after being admitted Negro under a five-year probation Dolph Reddish and I Unit
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with a1 broken vertebraMrs.. for .possession of a moonshine -Russell Redding smashed a small I

_-, __;.' Brown' was brought to the still was arrested last Friday moonshine still four miles west ot i I Opportunity for area residents :I
; e..lby Deputy Jimmy hOSPlt-\\I Lawtey last Friday afternoon. .No TWO-DAY
by a Bradford deputy and who have completed active duty
Hamilton said the equipment was confiscated and no I
hand was preparing to make aj j charged with possession concealing i arrests were made. wIth the Air Force but still have 1 TRACK MEET

turn into.the roadside picnic table t tat and transporting illegal whis- i Deputy Reddish said te still reserve obligations to become active I

the fire tower when he became I had apparently been deserted for in the Air Force Reserve has

y worried about a large truck bear:I key.Deputy Dolph Reddish said several weeks. A 110 gallon pot, o-n announced by the 9886th AirReserve BHS ATHLETIC

-- -. I ing down behind him. Brown Robert Lee Mack was arrested la condenser made from an auto- Squadron in Gainesville.The .

-S S S _.' /y tried to rush his turn to get out four miles south of Lawtey after I mobile radiator, and other whlSXey squadron consists largelyof FIELD
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University of S
of,the truck's path. but missed the he admitted having three five-I making equipment was destroyedat Florida personneland
: drive and went off the culvert. I i I fallen jugs of shine-in the back the scene.Lawtey Gainesville residents but a July 2-3:

I ; Hamilton said no charges were I' cf his 1950 Oldsmobile. Mack number of airmen within a 50 9 A.M. 12 NOON
1 filed. mile radius of Gainesville commute -
: SS later posted a'$500 bond Baseballers
.. \ one night a week to training -
..'f ,f -'- Mack was'arrested last July at
County Free Of Fires the site ol,'a.still. and was placed|Whip Florahome classes on the University cam- Public Invited

: For Another Week cn a live-year probation by Circuit pus.The
Judge GL.. Patten on Feb. Striking out 14 batters and allowing weekly training classes. will Space 9'This Contributed
no hits. Pitcher Mitch rrn frcm September through
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5 woods 19 1959-
Another week without a ,
Brown helped Lawtey baseball May, with classes suspended for
fire in the county was reported .Deputy Reddish said a check Weekly to Publicize
team win. a 4-0 victory"over Flomhome the summer. Most active duty
Lions Install Officers At
DinnerRalph
Keystone by the Bradford-Union Fire Con.
of auto registration
trol Station. Rain during the period numbers revealed on the losers' diamond. tours are set for( June. July, and Community Events by
that the car Mack was Sunday. August. Reserves are urged to sign
Bryan [second from Other officers installed were vice president: Ed Bleha secre. June 16-22 totaled an average
driving was also a second offenderin Leading batter for Lawtey was up immediately to qualify for pay-
rightl, (Il-rl Tommy Millican. director tary-treasurer: A. E. Anthony director of 1.14 inches at the county'sthree THE
newly elected president ; the moonshine trade. The vehicle short-stop Bucholtz with two for slot! positions which may not be COMMUNITY
fire towers. .
of the Keystcne Heights Lions Frank Jones,,Lion tamer; Darrell ; and Jack Haberstroh di- three. Brown, DeVore, Tatum open later.
rector. Since Jaa. 1 there have been 29 was recently sold at public STATE BANKOF
Club is pictured with other officers Davis tail twister; Frank Hams, Bennett and Bates got one hit M-Sgt. George B. Simpson of
Zone Chairman Sonny Lee 01 woods fires with a total of 164.6acres auction: by .the sheriff of Clay each.
after their installation at 2nd vice president; and Charles burned. 4 Starke: is a member of a Squadron STARKE
Gainesville served During the same
as installing
: County after Clay officials had Lawtey win piay Doctor's Inlet committee
a dinner in the Garden Restaurant MrGlave. director. Officers not in officer representing" the District period in 1958 there were 90 fires confiscated. it .in a shine hauling. Sunday. June 28, on the Doctor's sonally contact attempting prospective to per-enrollees Member FJXLC.)
Monday night. picture are: Corbett Terrell 1st Governor. with a total of 563.3 acre INmef1. arrest few 'weeks earlier. Inlet diamond
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(.. -- -.- --,. - -- _._.. I-Mr.- and Mrs. Henry Godwin I Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned Mr. and MrsHerbert- Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cantrell of 1. Billy Dampler, ;Travis Alvarez, t

I rI visited her qwther, Mrs.. I I in-Ocal over th>week and family in Lakeland,.visit with Mr. and. .Mrs. P. S. Snowin Plant City over the weekend where and Mrs. Robert Green for the B, National Guard-Camp -Bland-
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I end.Sandra Ga over the weekend. I I Dublin Ga. Mr. Thomas was an instructor at,next two weeks at the Merritt'Williams lag left Sunday forr six. 'DOnfhstive
Stith of Falls Church Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holloway of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson the San Francisco Giants baseball -'! cottage on Kingsley duty with the Army at Fort
Va- arrives today by plane to Richmond, Va. are visiting Mr. .md family, Kay Smith, Pat Cog- tryout camp. i Lake. Jackson, S. C.
iN $pen q.| the sumz .er with her I and Mrs. A. L. Brown for ten dill and Janice Chesser spent Mrs. Jack Griffin, who fractured -i Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mirfield and Morris Brackman. Jr. of Ten-
: THE NEWS grandmother, Mrs. H;L.Brownlee,days. | Father's Day at, Silver Springs. her foot last Saturday evening sons of Chelmsford. Mass. were nesee Temple Bible College,
It.. -' and family. Glen Champion and children,\They were Joined by Oren Welch is convalescing at the homeof Monday afternoon visitors of Mr. Term was the Saturday evening

!.....,. ........-..,.'-.. ... .r_,_.... .'.0'' Mrs. Effie Johns; is visiting Steve and Sandra, Pittsburg,!.IJf Dade..City and Mr. and Mrs. her parents in Lake City this!i and Mrs. L- G. Powell while en- dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs E.
Mrs. F. W. Webb in }Hawthorne Ka;. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rcy Holm and family of Tampa. week. I trni'te to Daytona Beach. 'IP. Lee.FLEE .
11'" Mr. and Mrs.. E. M. Hewitt of Rev and Mrs. W. S. McAlileyand I today- Leo Champion this week. j Guy Sale.is in Miami this week
lake City'were Sunday guests of family cf Dothan, Ala spent, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and son Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry, Jr.. attending the-National Sanitarian -- '.
'::Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. last Thursday with Mrs. Carrie Hugh Brownlee Jr. of New Orleans and: daughters: are returning home Association Convention. HIHIHII HHIHHI HHmHjp j HHIHHHHIHHHI im -BHKBHHH9B -HDDM9WHSBBEHB' mM .-.
\ Sgt. and Mr. Don Hardenbrookf Ward. visited Mrs. A. V. Long and today from three weeks visit with Wanda and Kay Lewis of "
Fort Campbell, Ky. are spending Pat McOriff leaves July 4 for Mrs. Marcus Coanant in Gainesville Mrs. Mabry's parents in Pratt, Starke and Mary Alice Parker of
a week with her mother, Mrs. three months in Europe visiting on Monday. Mr. Brownlee Kas. Homestead spent Monday to SHOWEACH
Nelson. Green and family. 14 countries. returned to his home in New Orleans Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Wednesday with their grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Mrs. B. R. Quinn and daughter -, on Tuesday after a week's are in Naples from Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal
and Mrs. Ronald Andrews andSons of Inverness spent last Thurs visit with his mother. Friday attending the Sheriffs in Hampton.Mr. .
were in Lake Butler last day and Friday with Mr. and Mrs.I Replace your. old sewing machine convention. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and SATURDAY MORNING 10:30 A.MtAT
Wednesday on business. M. W. Lance. belt with a new Singer Belt Dale Knight, Barbara Blanken- family are spending several days :
k Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams Judge Georje L Patten was released from Denmark Furniture Co. tf ship Sara Woodburn. Carol Ward,I with Mr. and Mrs. J, 0. .Parkerin
ir. and daughter Jane of Miami Tuesday from the Bradford Mrs. M. D. Elder and children Elaine Harley, Franklin Tomlin- Homestead-; They took; Mary THE
were recent guests of T- S. Wil- County Hospital, where he was spent the weekend with het parents son, and Harriet Goodman of i I'Alice Parker home, who had, been '
foams Sr. and Mrs. Margaret under observation since Thursdayof Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stroud, the Christian Youth Fellowship,' visiting here. .
Davis at their home on N. ChurchSt. last week. He will be confinedat in Andalusia Ala- attended the Conference Camp at Cindy Strickland spent the past
t. Mr. and Mrs. Williams Jr. and home for ten days or two Mrs. Benedict Finzer Jr. and, Silver Springs last u'eek. 'creek I with her grandparents., Mr. FLORIDA THEATRE
children were starting a three- weeks and at present cannot children leave Friday for St. Mat- Mrs. O. L. Beasley and :Mrs. and Mrs.H. W. Moyer in Jackson
month trip to the West Coast i rove visitors. thews, Ky. for two weeks visit J. W. Kincaid, who have been in] ville.
and were accompanied by Miss MrsBilly Burbank and chil- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tampa the past six weeks were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conover and
Peggy Davis.T. dren of Fernandina are spending Finzer Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. home for the weekend. I d-xushters of Tampa were Sunday -mm LOREDO WAY"Pick
H. Slade left last week by this week with Mr. ad Mrs. M- Joe L. Kirchner. Friends of Mrs. W. L. Blair i I guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
plane for a tour of Methodist Mis- W. Lance. Pauline COOK of Jacksonville is and Miss; Amy Coburn will re- Strickland-_ .
$Ions in Tokyo, Korea Hong Kong Mrs. Grace Daxon returned to visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr- Bret to hear of the death of their i Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Strickland ,- -,- p.. '-'-"' -' -. ., .
Manila, and Honolulu. He expected her home in Daytona Ohio Mon i and Mrs. Adolph Gay, this week. sister; Mrs. Frank Dunagan of returned to their home in Miami
to return home July 15. day evening after attending the' Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr. and chil Douglas Kas., who died last Saturday after several! weeks at Kingsley Up Your FREE Tickets at the Following ta: M\tS\
Lake.
Extra Bobbin save time-Stock funeral of her brother Elmer dren of Norfolk Va. will arriveTuesday morning. .
tip with Singer Bobbins at Denmark O'mstead' Monday morning. for a month's visit with Mrs. C. M. Patrick and son ofSreeds i I Purchase, any made of Singer ..
Furniture Co. tlJ f George Huggins spoke at the her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. is spending this weekwith f'win1lachine at Denmark Simmons' Koch Drugs Starke ,Cp. :
:J-:: Mrs. Ella Lewis of Jackson- Methodist Men's Club ladies nite Jimmy Guy left Tuesday for her mother, Mrs-, GladysWeldon. Furniture Co, tf Hardware .
yule is visiting her* sister, Mrs., Program in Alachua Wednesday Camp Cloudmont, Valley Head Benji Moxley is visiting his Ace. Electric. Service
Hester. Th O as. Mrs. Emma.Rivers evening.Mr Ala. where he will be Junior I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Norsworthyand grandmother Mrs. Irma Wilburn $arksdaje'.a.Iept..- Store,
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-Auburndale has also been and Mrs. W. E. Plummer Counselor for two months. son of Neptune Beach wereweekend m Louisville Ga. this week. Terwillegar Motors aE
: Starke !
stayingwith Mrs. Thomas whileVisiting and.family of Atlanta, Ga- former Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howard and guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Carter is visiting his Shepherd RadPRT. Local Bin4nee Ctp. !
her son. Bill Rivers in I Starke residents, are spending family of St. Albans.. Vt are Guy Andr"s.Mr. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs- J. B. :
the Lake City Veterans ,Hospi l.1r'Rivexs this week at the Williams cottageon guests for two weeks of Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Barksdale Spencer in Orlando this week. Robbins' Dept. Store Cem.Jeyvelr! :
was seriously injured' Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Merrill Edwards and family and family spent Sunday wiMr th Mrs.. C. D,Meyers and childrenof
in 'an automobile accident at I' Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlongand at Silver Lake- and Mrs. J. W.. Home in Waycross. Ga. are spending two Crawford Bro. Gulf Station Denmark Furniture Co.
Auburnd le several weeks ago. He: daughter Jacksonville e Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco Hampton.e weeks with her parents, Mr. and .,-, -
is ; spent to Mr. and Mrs.! Ronald Andrewsand Mrs. A- .
; being transferred now to a were Friday Sunday at th S. Harrison. --
Sunday visitors of their
veterans' hospital in Tennessee. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. FHerlong.par. Robert Meyer Hotel in Jackson- sons were weekend guests of :> t -. .-',. ., -j. ; .-.--. '- >
*,and,Mrs. Elmer Johns and Franklin Hunt of, Jacksonville I rile attending- the Florida OD--. M:. and Mrs. T M. Hewitt in -

sop, Bobby Edmund, of AppolloPeach is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. tometic Association co yention. Valdosta, Ga.
were visiting relatives in Henrietta Hunt for two weeks. Mrs. Daisy Ferryman. Mrs. Del Singer. Sewing Machine Needles
Starke over the weekend. TheirSon Volley, Miss Lillian, Stump, and ;it Denmark Furniture Co. tt -' :
Larry, who has been with Sapimj Miller underwent major Mrs. John Griffin spent Sunday MJr. ad Mrs. "f. M. Hatcher yrr ) : =
snrgery in the Bradford CountY. \ etire i Month
Mattress"
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Hcspital last Friday. with Mrs. R. T. Fowler and family Jr. and familyreturned} Monday ; ;
C B. Johns and' Mrs. Collins at from two weeks visit with Mr.+ k'I'_:. ,: L .\. .. ,. .. ,. _
:. for a week returnee Mrs. Effie Johns spent the Ruby Cocoa "" .=';;.:1. ..f'd"- < ".t" T--i+.,. -I -' -AMN". *.,. .*"'f... r '- -' .* of
home: with his parents ..Sundayafternoon Beach. and MrsHatcher. sr at. Flush -
weekend in_ Raiford with Mr .
Mr. and Mrs. F. F.. Stump were ing. Long Island, N. Y.
Bessie SaJ>
t. ;P' visiting Mr and, Mrs W. H. Daye Long left today for. Wilmington
l Thomson Jr. in Monticello. over Dela. where he w' t
the weekend.Mr. work this summer; I

and Mrs. J; R, Wainwrightand .
family and Mr. and Mrs. : :

TERiLLEGAR MOTORS Charles Darby and family,attended .r '. ;,
:a. family,reunion at the 'home 1 c
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WiUiston on Sunday.
'Mrs. 5:; F. Cain of Aberdeen i,
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REGARDLESS of I with her mother, Mrs. Fred Leon- '
PROfiT hard and Mr. Leonhard. :
Mrs. L. V. Hardin Mr. and Mrs.
David Montgomery.. 'Bill Mont .- yCp.
gomery. Billy Dowling, Tom. andSally Sun., lion.June 28, 29
W ARE GOING, TO SELL ; Haxdin, David. Ingram and
Vickie Derrick spent the- weekend .-" rnrmTAI N'MENTTHATPUTSA r
I :at the Montgomery farm on the
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New Nat. Dankel. Jr.. is attending GLOW IN g r a
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Camp Tolochee on Blythe Island YOUR HEART!
3a. this week.K. .
10 and TRUCKS,the G. Duncan spent the.first of .. ..
he week:with his son and daugh- /N, tl
Balance of June ttr-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. K. T 4t
Duncan at;'West Point, Ga. ; ;
Mr. and-Mrs. N. S. Dankel;and av

son attended a family reunion at ; 1.
Jekyll Island, Ga. on, Saturday
// You I Can't Trade-'Here ,This Mrs.' W. J. Dodd. Jr. and'son, r / : Y

Bobby, returned last ,week from *

Week --- You; Just ten Durant days and visit Carthage with Miss.relatives in csByDc 1.x. > T :

Can't Trade! Jack Dowling "Miami is'visit- b a+ rv f. f i i ''
Ing his grandparents; 'Mr. 'and REYNOLDS ;; {
Mrs. E. -Dowling.. Sr. for a
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month. M
Baby Norman McRaa. of Jacksonville Ryrt rr
A spent Monday to Wednesday -
j' NEW USED: Car with hi* grandparents Mr .
and Mrs. Barney McRae while : t.wr.

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Rae took the.medical' State Board r
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr. ?rf.
and family spent Tuesday at Neptune ?- lioMnnI1r STE l'ItOiC SIIII8:
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE.
: 1933: '
THURSDAY. JUNE 23. .

NOTICE OF IVTESTIOJr appointment with undersigned. .I It bas filed petition for distribution -
Junior Women Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ballentineand TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS: >AMt Undersigned reserve the right .1. and final discharge: and that
daughter, Lois, Mrs. Wm. A. Notice is hereby given that the to reject Any and all bids. en the 20tb day of July ISiS, it
Plan Social Events undersigned, under the ,rovinicns Tii successful bide roust be accompanied will apply to the Honorable Theron
Lindsay, and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. of Chapter 29, 923 Laws of Florida by cash deposit of 10per A. Tawn. County Judge of Bradford
Year Shenehon all of Starke, attended Acts of 1941, will register: with the cent of the sales price. '"eonty. Florida for approval of
For Coming of Clerk of the Circuit (Court in and ;s. Edwin T. Prevail said Final Returns. and for an
3 four-day District Assembly receipt of proof of publication of Edwin T. Pre\att. Administrator Order of Distribution and for Final
Junior Woman's Club Jehovah's Witnesses in Tampa for Bradford County. Florida upon date of Joseph W. Prevail< deceased Discharge as Administrator of thq
Plans for
last weekend. this notice the fictitious name of Estate< of Walter S. Sibley. deceased
social events during the coming The Totem Poie under which r am ts; :t 7/% This 23th day of Jane. A. D_ 1S5S.
completed at a luncheon Mrs-T. H. Slade, Sr. and daughters engaged in business at 1456 X. The Florida National Bank Otis
year were Flora, Susan and Mrs. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. 1t J C..n'" "ad",,'. Curt IB .*. Gladys Mooty meeting of the Social Com Carroll A. hickey 14S X. Temple' For Bradford C....,.. Florida.In Ry Fred J. Thompson Jr.
Charles Sawyer, returned Tuesday;
Restaurantlast Ave-, sole owner. Assistant Trust Officer
mittee in the Garden reEtale of ANNIE P. SCHOKJELD. -
from a. week's visit with Mr. and Dated this :lath day of June. A.I Debased.OrilK As Administrator Estate Water S.
Friday. n. I5; at Starke:) Bradford County, Sibley. Dee'd.Strobo's.
Mrs. N. K. Hurst in Indianapolis, \ OF FILING: PETITION
Ronald Chism 6:5; : U 7:1.:
Michael Devrick Mrs. Mrs. Randal Chitty and Mrs. Florida. FOR FINAL DISCH.tKGt OFKABCITOR
Ind. They attended the weddingof '/! 4t '7/1S I Ii
Jerome Johns, co-chairmen, announce .
Has 23 Party Guests Pleasantly SurprisedBy Miss Rosalie Sheline to Wil- -. To All Whom It May Concern:
the following schedule of 'OTI I: OK \LE I I I that I
Notice is hereby
Stork events j liam Charles Hurst on June 20 Please Take Notice that on Tues have filed final returns given as executor -
For I 10th BirthdayMrs. PartyMrs. : my Garage
.: in Fort Wayne, Ind. day July i, 13a3, at public auctionat of the estate of Annie P.
24 Ole Fashioned Picnic 1
June ; the South door of the Dradfordwtir
"hofield. deceased that I haTe
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jordan
Denver Devrick entertained Ronald Chism was pleasantly Aug. 6-Luncheon and Card t'o" Courthouse. 10 o'clock a. m. iic; my petition: for final discharge
spent the weekend with their son- undersigned will sell the following and that I will apply to the Hun
at a birthday party Saturday I. surprised at a stork shower Party: in-law and daughter Rev. and properties situate in Starke Brad- viable Theron A. Tawn. County RADIATOR SHOP
afternoon at her home on Bedford given ;in her honor last Friday Sept. 16-Coffee honoring Senior -, Lard County, Florida to-wit, ; Judge of Bradford County Florida
Lake for her son. Michael, who evening at her home on W. Pratt Evecutive Board;. Mrs. Allen Price at Highland View. Block PARCEL 18, A: Lots 4 and 5 of at 10 a. m. on Tuesday, July 2Sth.ii .
,
They brought back their grand- in Livingston Truby ? for approval 0: the same and WORK
was celebrating his tenth anni- street by Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Oct. 23-Beaux Arts Costume ; and Co's. Add. to Starke in Section -' for final discharge as executor of GUARANTEED
sons, Paul and Mark Price for a 28,
Township 6 South Range'
de-
lard Mrs. Gladys WeldonSeven Ball: the estate of Annie P. Schofield
versary. 22 East.I'AICEL
ten day visit.
The 23 guests enjoyed swim- guests enjoyed the affair. Dec. Christmas Dance (formal B: A portion of the ceased. Scott Atwater
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard, Sr. Southwest >. Dated this 23rd day of June. 1933&t I
Quarterly
ming and skiing and refreshments with orchestra and floorshow Miss Agnes LawsonTo returned. last Friday after attending of the Northwest Quarter(S\V NW) Starke, Bradford County Florida.S .:. Used 7H HP Motor
of home made ice cream, Mr. and Mrs.W- O. Cook of Fort !. Vi) of Section 28, Tp. $ South. / OLLIE KENDRICK
the funeral of a brother, Executor of the Estate ()fAnnie Lawn Mowers
and weiner roast. visitors of Jan. l'96G-Junior Day; Wed In AugustMr. Range 22 East in the City of
birthday cake Myers were Tuesday
P. Schofield deceased
J. O. Beard on June 11 in Fayetteville Starke. Bradford County. Florida.
Mr- and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. Apr. 6-Coffee for new members and being more particularly described Iii; It 7/is
N. C. and visiting rela-
Circle Five WSCS and Mrs. Ben Hall, Mr. and ; and Mrs. Henry Alton Lawson tives in South Carolina enroute For a as point follows of:reference !. The 0..lr .Il1d",,'. ('oar.. I. COMPLETE
commence -
To Meet WednesdayCircle Mrs. Sid Chuford, Mr and Mrs.Bon Apr. 13-Easter Egg Hunt; of Starke announce the approaching home. at the N\V Corner of said And For Bradford Covatr. Florida BRAKE SERVICECor.
Apr. 15-Spring Dinner-Dance marriage of their SWU of NWU and run thence !. Probate. >.. 1-43O
Holtzendorf, Sr.. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.\. F. B. Beard Jr.. South! 89 degrees and fi minutes IN: KE: Estate of Walter S. Sibley.
(informal] youngest daughter, Agnes Eugenia,
5 of the Methodist Mrs. Holtzendorf Jr. and familiesof and family of Sanford are spend- East along the Northerly boundary deceased.AOTIfK. Street and
It decided that the committee to William M. Morar. Jr. of OF FILING PETITION Orange
Church WSCS will meet Wednesday Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- was son thereof a distance of 194.02
ing several days with Mr. and
feet to FOR FIMt.: m Ctl IKCE FOR Edwards Road
a of
Mr. point
would meet for luncheon oncea and Mrs. William M. Morar, beginning.From
morning, July 1. at 10 o'clock mpr Holtzendorf cf Lake Geneva Mrs. F. B. Beard, Sr. point of beginning thus EXECUTOR
at the home of Mrs. James Ekard, spent Father's Day at the Hall month to make plans and workon Sr. of Panama City. The wedding Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams and described run South 1 degree and Notice is hereby given that the PHONE WO 4-5174
the coming socials for the irlll be an event of Thursday 24 minutes East and parallel to undersigned has filed its Final Return 4t 7-2
1231 Johns Drive.
cottage on Hall Lake. sen. Richard, are spending the the Easterly boundary of the as Administrator of the Estate
ub. evening, Aug. 6, at 7:30 o'clock
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of Walter S. Sibley. deceased; that
right-of-way of Orange Street a
weekend In Waycross, Ga. with : -
Members attending last Fri in the Madison Street Baptist distance of 112 feet to an iron
luncheon Mrs. PeteG Church.No Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQuaig. slake; run thence South 89 degrees -
day's were:
CITY FISH & MEAT MARKETFresh Mike Smith is visiting his 45 minutes and 40 seconds
Felos, Mrs. Carl L. Johns, Mrs.E. invitations are being issued, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. T. East a diMance of 132.99: feet to COMPLETE TREE SERVICE
R. Moench, Mrs. Doyle ECon- but all' friends and relatives of sn iron stake; run thence North
Smith, in Lyons, Ga. for two : degrees and 4 minutes Westa
Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar Key ner Mrs. David Bachman Mrs. the couple are invited to attend. distance of 112 feet to afore Pruning Cavity Work
Dolph Reddish, Mrs. Sam Zack, said Northerly boundary; run
:ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY AND Mrs. Seymour Marco, MrsJ- E. Mrs. Jesse Newsome Is in Folks- theme North 89 degrees and 43 Bracing Tree Removal
.. minutes West along said Northerly Transplanting
Warren, club president, Mrs. ton, Ga. this week visiting Mr. weeks.NORTH boundary a distance of 131.- De-Mossing
.. PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIES Chitty and Mrs. Johns, cochairmen and Mrs. Morris Williams and K9! feet to point of beginning 9! Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S
SIDE Excepting: Therefrom any portion
\ 'Ii ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES family.PERSONALITIES thereof lying within! the
right-of-way of Eighth: Street.
PARCEL C: Lots 1, 2. 3 and
Open ALL DAY Sunday i IN THE NEWS By Mrs. Carl Brown South .10,. feet 'Of Lot 4. Howling TREE SURGEONS

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. && .. .. . ..... .ark "'ubdiiisiun. ActrordinR t 0
---------------------- plat of same recorded in Plat
617 E. Brownlee St.- Phone WO 9-1093 Starke, Fla.USED Rook 2. Page '0. of the Public PETE SAPP, Owner
Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Canova Jr. Martell Faulk and Janice Carterof M. D. Carter of Lake Worth is Records of Bradford ("ounty.FloridL .
STARKE PHONE WO '{-3965P.
of Jacksonville spent Tuesday Jacksonville are visiting Mr. spending this week with Mr. and bidder. -
for cash the
to highest
I with Mr. and Mrs. Canova, Sr. atA and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. this Mrs. Oscar Carter. These properties will be sold aswhere 0. Box 774 Pkone EA 5-4887 Palalka, Fla.

family surprise birthday party Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Padgett and is with no representationbeing AGENTS -
week.Mrs. made as to the condition
for Mrs. Canova, Sr. Kate Sheppard returned children of Gainesville visited Mr. thereof, and may be Inspected by Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617

$er& J Charlene Hardy and Burge Wednesday from two weeks visit and Mrs. Johnny Cowart last Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fh.
,
Searing left Wednesday for Ridge- with Mrs. Fred Wright in Winter Thursday.Mrs. .
Phone 1651 Lake City Fla.
,
Garden. Sarah Alvarez the
was
crest, N. C. to attend the Baptist
1 Music Week. Mrs. Earl B. Searing, and Carol honored guest Sunday at a sur- SALE For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent

.. Mrs. W. S. Slade will return and Burge Searing were visiting urise dinner given her by her FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.

next week after a month's visit Mrs. R. B. Trask in Lakeland last children on her 71st birthday an 224 N. Temple Ave.- Phone WO 4-3965

with Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Hurst week. niversary.Mr. .

;n Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Maisie Helms is spending I and"Mrs.. Charlie Gaskinsof
several days in Panama City. Avon Park spent the weekend
Misses Shi Ann Smith and Mary
Donald Richie visited his par- here and attended church serv-
Agnes Matthews will return Sat- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C- W. Richie,

urday from a two weeks Press I for a few days before leaving for ices.Mr.. and Mrs. John Benny Sappof BEFORE BUYING ANY HOMES

Institute at the School of Jour- Miami, where he is a staff writeron Daytona visited his parents,'

nalism, FSU, Tallahassee. Mrs. the Miami Herald for the sum Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp this

E. I* Matthews and Mrs. Foster mer. He will continue his studiesat weekend.

Shi Smith will go up for them on the University of Florida Schoolof Miss Jean Carter is spending '

Saturday. Journalism in the fall. several weeks with her brotherin Check With ,

South Carolina.Mrs. .
Verdie Johns will enter 2570 Cooler Than Any

St. Luke's Hospital Thursday for Other Air ConditionerFEDDERS' All Companies!
FREE
i surgery. We pray that she will

1t us ; have a speedy recovery.

c Safety Check Mrs. Gladys Carter had, as .
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.' CARSFRI. } .. .. .. '; ..fs .' guest last week, her nephew AlIen ,,WORLD'S FINEST WE WILL FINANCE" FOR r .J ?t
'T -: -a-r-ri; -n-r-nr: r-i-
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YOtIREt Smith of Aubumdale-
-. no cost or obligation f Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and "
., SAT. TODAY Air Conditioners 12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES r
ONLY F I IJF children were Sunday dinner v.
JUST DRIVE IN fIn
I t Brown.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl 115V or 230V 1 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES


See = a matter of minutes our safety inspectors will | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp spent All Sizes Available MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW!

check your car. All items affecting your driving E the weekend at Kingsley Lake. One Full HP -115V

:j safety are included, and you get a complete | Mrs. Orene Cowart has been on We will finish your home, or we will put in your Electric, Bath

BILLYA'DOWLING report on the condition of your car. | the We sick welcome list. Mrs. Robert Mar- $$148.00 Set, Marsh Maple, Kitchen Sink and Overhead pabtaets, all

:;::-I".r! -=- ---: ::--'- =- .----.:-; "'=':". tin and children to our commu- Plumbing and put up your Sheet Rock leamcurJ little for

to do.
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Open Daily 7 AM till 6 PM nity.A Stork Shower was given CALL US FOR .

Tuesday evening for Mrs. Wanda We don't charge for travel. No down payment. Two months

Thursdays and Fridays Open Till 9 PM Green at the home of her mother, TV SERVICE before first payment. No red tape no high pressure sales

cross Street From Setzer's Mrs. Eva Whitikar. Guests enjoyed men. We will call and explain everything to you (no charge).
Complete Auto Repair Dept. games and refreshments.Mrs. .
No obligation. You one it to yourself to investigate before
Green received many pretty
FREE COLD DRINKS : gifts. 0C baying from anyone. We have gone out of oar way to help

Including Automatic Transmission Schedule of events at North others, and we can help fOIL

Side Baptist Church for the week
I TRACTORS AND SMALL MOTORS are:

Friday-WMTJ meeting. 8 p. m. WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER

LIVING DODD'S SERVICE & AUTO SALES m Sunday-Sunday; morning Worship School, 11,a.,10 m.a.; TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES, Inc.

iOP' Evening Worship, 8 p. m. P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth
528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4-3861 MondaY-Teachers' and pastor's -
Green Keystone Heights
Bowling
GROUP meeting, 8 p. m.Wednesdaychoir .
.. practice Florida Phone 4123

p- m.; Prayer meeting, 8 p. m. 11
ORIDA I I COUNTIES I. Everyone has a special Invitation

I to attend all services.

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i 1 HIBISCUS FLOWER SHOWA Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman,

Burl Ives On Ineffective Home Control Measures ,
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Indian River County. Award-winning citrus, including '11"{. ,-(
154 tropical fruits which bring high prices from north- SUN., MON., TUES.
markets source of income..along FOR FREE INSPECTIONS .
ern are a principal June 28, 29, 30 CALL
with tourists, farming, cattle raising sugar productionand
commercial fishing. Formed in 1925 from St.Lucie The Defiant Ones

County,it was named after the Indian River.Each June AND ESTIMATES
Tony Curtis, Poitfcr
in County Seat Vero Beach an annual Hibiscus Festivalis Sidney
Small Down Payment No Carrying Charge climaxed by the International Hibiscus Flower Show.In Juvenile JungleCorey
progressive Indian River County and throughout
Florida the United States Brewers Foundation works Allen, Retecca Well
Assorted LIVING ROOM TABLES constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleas
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From Cash and CarryWE ant,orderly conditions.Believing that strict law enforcement PIUs FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
$6.95 up serves the best interest of the people of Florida,

the Foundation stresses close cooperation with the Wed, Thur. July 1, 2
GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Armed Forces law enforcement and governing officialsin

iU continuing "self-regulation" program. CROSS-UP

Larry Parks AND CHEMICAL COMPANY I

HART FURNITURE COStarke BEER FLORIDA'S ,;;, '\\ 1.. Waited State Brewer TOM THUMB

LIGHT, BRIGHT i. a Foundat
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I YTTYY..Yf.TTY.TtYYYT ed her in the afternoon. *. and bridges were washed out too

Steditorial Mrs. John Shuford''is spending' badly 'to'-try to get ,across so -
LAfTEY. sometime with 'her son and turned-back. We really had rate1

diufhter-in-fcnr'Mr. .and Mrs. Sunday afternoon' later It seemed '-

dy Mrs. Joyce._ T. Patch, Phil Shuford and their new son to be the hardest rain W have 'Se ELVtSt
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in Moore Haven. had all 'S rlng- or summer; and.

An AiringThe AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAMiss Miss Elizabeth Terry spent fromTnursday'unta we have really had some hard I II

Alvares Mr. Bowen Saturday as guestof ones-1 <

discussion of closing or keeping open certain Marry In Church Rites her- !sister; Mrs. C. E. Strick- Air! rand Mrs. Gene' Lang of

roads to lakes in the county continuesand Miss Greta Fay Alvares became land of Gainesville. TampaGene formally, of Clay
access specific roadon the bride of Robert Lee Bowen Mr. and Mrs Putney-and family Hill ''announce the birth 'ofa"

a public hearing concerning one Saturday, June 20,. at 7 o'clock of Jacksonville were weekend daughter,. 'Deborah Louise, June ,
Lake Santa Fe will be resumed Monday, July in Faith! Baptist Church. guests of Mrs. E. M. Futch and 12- Congratulations! .'. '

6. The bride is the ''daughter cf Ployd- They enjoyed a swim at J. B. Padgett son-of'Ida. Pad*' RESLEY S :
In all the discussion that has been invoked by Mr. and Mrs-' J. W. Alvares of the lake hcme of Mr. and Mrs. gett, and Joeann MaDoy 'Tarn-.

this issue, one important factor seems to have Starke and Mr. Bowen's parents Cecil Whiteh ad in the afternoon.Miss PH were'toarried June 12. We wish ,

been overlooked, and that is the necessity for are Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bowen Jackie Harleyof) Jacksonville them'much happiness.. '. -
that will insure the safety of of Palatka. was the weekend guest of her Mrs Alice Mosley had a serious I
some regulations Rev. A E. Massey, pastor of parents: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barley opera tWh'recently, a graft of skin AND
lakes that
in the are .
fishermen
swimmers and I
the church officiated' at the on the;back' .,
kept open to the public. While we are in sym- marriage. Miss Joan Rafuse, The Fred Moores had as Sunday Our week: of\'lectures at High.

pathy with the general policy! of keeping our daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L. p. guests Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode hnd church was 'great success.

lakes accessible to the public, we must also insist Rafuse, played the traditional and sen of Gainesville.:: '' We had a large congregationevery

that those taking advantage of, these privileges wedding march. The church was Miss Adel 'Dmkins of "Jacksonville night except Friday night

respect the properly rights and the safetyof beautifully decorated with blue and'Mrs. Horace Cox cf Lake when a rain just before church
and white hydrangeas. Santa Fevisited their mother; time seemed to keep the folks at .
others. J. W. Alvares gave his daugh- MsP.. 'L. DInkins. this week. home. These were wonderful lec-
For instance, when a lake as small as Silver While here they visited Mr. Dink- IN OUR
ter in mat rage. Her wedding tures and all seemed to enjoy"than.
used to be known as Supper Pond) is
(which gown was fashioned of white net ins in the hospital. fc Some of our folks attended
crowded with water skiers behind fastmovingboats ever blue satin with which shewere Ralph Darley of' Jacksonville evi>ry'night. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney .

fishing is ruined, and swimming made un- blue 'accessories. The bride's was the weekend guest of,his mo- Strl k;and of Lake City attended S'ATUR'DAY.4SP'ECIAL :

safe. Here again, however, all of the blame can- bouquet was of white carnations.Her ther. Mrs. Hattie Darley. every night except two. Mr.-.and

not be put on "public access roads," as some of only' attendant was Mrs. Mrs G. W. Durham Jacksonville Mrs. Sam Saunders of Green Cove

the. )larger boats are undoubtedly launched at \VUiam Alvares, and Robert Al- attended services' rat )First attended- one night. There were
wares was the best man for Mr. Baptist Church, Sunday eveningand numerous visitors from different. -
landings on the lake. They should be
private
Bowen. was 'the overnight guest of places of course all were welcome. I ,
under regulations and restrictions just as muchas Guests at the wedding were her sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. The dinner and Sunday services )

persons using the public places. One sufi !es- ;Miss Paulette Stone of Pennsylvania MrsClyde Hiatt and daughters. were! well attended -and enjoyedby

tion has been, that] the horsepower of motors used Mr. and Mrs- Daniel Mas- Margaret and Bonnie, Crystal all., The 'pastor of the Lake ,

on boats be limited according size of the lake. sey and son of Naples. Mrs. Gill- River visited,Mrs. Leona Edwards, City church. Rev. Roberts attended AT THE

This could be done bv local law or ordinance and aholly and daughter. Miss Elaine, en Wednesday. one night also Mrs. Green
Miss Sylvia Vernon ReddiSh Mr. and Everett Burney of'Jack.onville from the church.
Paulk
now that boats will have to be registered under same
Mrs. Marvel Warren, Miss called on Mrs. Geor-
We ladies of the Highland Sun-
the new Florida statute, it would be an easy gia Ann Sapp Friday. ,
Barbara Jean Alvares Mrs. Bob-
day School are proud of our class
matter to report an offender. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley
by Alvares, Mrs. Charlene Ackers last. Sunday-we had 16 present!
Many:lake property owners object to the nuisance and son. Mrs. I* P. Rafuse. Mrs.A. spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Some came in late so were not

that some skiers make of themselves but .'E. Massey;'Miss Carol Bradley Les Pievatt and children at the counted en our roll.,We beg themto :

would have no complaint as to proper use of the Spurgeon Masses L. C. Gasque, State Farm. PLEASE try to come in earlier J

lake which does not shatter the peace and quietof and the bride's grandfather Arthur .- Mrs. Lula Dority's guests are next time..The.Inrermediare class ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dority and SAT: JUNE
their homes. endanger their lives while swim- Alvares. won the attendance banner again- 27 FIRST SHOW BEGINS 1:00 P.M.
family of Washington D. C., Mr.;
After short
wedding trip Mr.
a Anyway we dH show all that we
ming, and spoil their fishing. and Mrs. Bowen will reside in and Mrs. Jesse Willis and granddaughter and the off
can get up get family
Regardless of the outcome of the hearing on Starkerwhere Mr. Bowen is em- of St. Augustine; arid H. Sunday School-and get there "tovfc Me Tender"with Elvis Presley and Debra Paget
L Dority1 'Jacksonville Beach-
July 6, we believe that the thorough airing of the }::: ourselves Our *teacher, Nellie
issue in recent weeks has been beneficial. We Mr. and Mrs. Avery Staten of Remit: -guests 6f Mr. and Mrs.W.'E. : I.angwas unable attend due :.. ,

hope that it results in the adoption of some regulations Salisbury, Md. visited Mr. and : .' Gault were Mack Gault of to illness. We hope she can be and "BERNADINE" WITH PAT BOONSCartoon
Chicago, Ill.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
that will work to the ultimate benefit of Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Wednesday. with us next Sunday. Rev Chism
The Statens lived with! the Kel- Murray and family and Clarence I
delivered another wonderful ser uG opher'Broke"
all concerned. -
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Gault' cf1 Tamest .
lys during World War two days.! mon to the fathers on the subject -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell and Miss Debbie Phillips of Palatka; ,. Victory In Christ.
family of Jacksonville who have Mrs. ''O. J. Prillips and Danny
If Only Hill church f
The Clay Baptist
been spending the week at the visited Mr. Phillips in St. Vin- '- r ... .
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tt J.d a wat !er&t'ac(re i'c&art lest
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L.-.-li. VPainwrighk"cottage cwt U1) > KB Sftfcsy.
The aftermath of accidental death has always Kingsley lJn."m1te) .bM parents 'Jerry< Witatver of Miami: spent week. The pastor of the church,

been a chorus of "if only Mr. and Mrs. Truby waiI last "M'i'ih Mr. and Mrs.C John Wfltittsoatold'us'ther had
an attendance of 55, enrollment -
If',-oniy, the gun hadn't been loaded if only wright Satan-flay- W. Thomas..,as he was etvtoute averaage of 61. AH were well f

we'd been at home when the fire started Those on.the sick list are Tru-* to Virginia jSasetf'trtth the school.' Let's all

when they got into the medicine cabinet turn- by Wainwright and ,Mrs. 'Selma, Miss Charlotte Ann Cannon of lerneraber to attend Sunday

ed on the gas Eunice. O. J. Phillips suffered a':' Raiford nteht guest was the of Diann Saturday Thomas.over School and church next Sunday.

Now we're to hear "If I heart attack Thursday evening '
beginning : only hadn't Cecil McKlnney of. Jacksonvilleis i 1 ;
ard is a patient in St. Vincent's .. '
left those plastic bags where the children could visiting his cousin Donald
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Hospital. Mrs. Lu Griffis is,also Registered NursesT I
get hold of them ,. Thomas.
a patient there. P.I 1 Dinkins is
The. recent number of deaths Mrs. Alice Austin, MiSs "Sinah Be Instructed L .
due to the at-' confined to Bradford County Hospital Q t : Y Eu
traction that this ultra-thin, shiny transparent land Mike Norman is in Prescott; Mrs. Hattie Darley an'd: Disaster Course x
Hughey Austin visited'IMr .
and
material has for youngsters, especially infants, Doctor's Hospital in Starke. "' .M1L +
Mrs. Melvin Prescott in
and its of Mrs., Martha Bales Mrs. Mae Highland A class Disaster Nursing for n
property? clinging to little faces on inhalation Sunday afternoon- -*, I #
Wells and Martie and Jackie Registered Nurses! will !be held at .
has shocked the nation. It has pro- Mr. and :Mrs.! V? 'L. SSarlins .

duced hysteria that is reflected in a rash of pro- Sunday Bales 'went where they to Chattahoochee were met b/ and family. 'Misses Catherine July Bradford and'County 13. Health Dept. on At r dL'i4? SATURDAY,

posed legislation at state Gertrude; Frankie Mae, Quincy ,
community, and even Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Wells of Miss Florence Ehlers, ,,
Federal levels. The recent Florida and Eddy Cruce enjoyed an outine nursmg JUNE 27TH t
legislature Mobile, Ala. After ah enjoyable consultant of the State Board of tJLU
. saw a number of such bills introduced. picnic, the girls returned home at Hampton Lake on Sun- Health Win be the Instructor.The THE I

When give the matter with Mr. and Mrs. Wells for a day.Mr. course will be LAST DAY!
we second thought, how- and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand \ completed"mtwo
ever, we must realize that laws and ordinancescan two weeks visit. son Joe AUindef"of Lake City Mondays; July 6 from 9:30: : I

never prevent or even greatly, minimize the Mrs. Marion Tucker: and Son visited Mr. and Mrsi: Hurbert a ni. to 11:50'and, from 1 p.m. to Prices Slashed 'Til SELL-OUT PRICE IS FOUND !
tragedies inherent in the of of 'Jacksonville were Sunday Priest Sunday. a 4 p.m.; and July 13, from 2 to 4
early youth.
years
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tes- 1
Under such an approach to the problem, our ancestors ton-and family. Buff Miner of Jacksonville is p.m.Any t
spending a week with his grandmother registered nurse interestedin .
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would have had to legislate against Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of
Mrs- Effie Miner. taking the course should con.
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knives and scissors, kerosene oil, and countless Smcke; S. C. ire visiting Mr. and REGARDLESS OF
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ressie Anderson tact Mrs. Arlin L.. McKnight at ; SALE PRICE !
other Mrs. Paul Bennett and daughters .
items that are ,household standbys.On and family visited his mother, the Health Dept. or phone WO .
and other relatives .here. .
careful reflection, most of us will agree that Mrs. Mamie Anderson of Mac- 92201.>>
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith and
this,sort of responsibility must remain with clenny, Sunday. There is no charge for the
par- family had Sunday guests-Mrs.. Karen ', Any Item Bought In Quantities of 6 More
ents and cannot be assumed or met by regulation. Smith's brother and sister-sn-Iaw, last'' and Johnny Lee spent course or

"We believe." says the National Safety Council, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mitchell of week with Mr. and Mrs- 'i t, .:t.
Gordon L. Paterson of Arlington.Mr. .
that the problem of child deaths from polyethelene Jacksonrillet '* and 'Mrs. Robert Whetsel Take'An
Hermie.Kelly visited his brother, -j f\Q/
film is primarily educational
an problem, anti family of Tucson, Ariz. were
not legislative." And to assist in meeting this Grady and wife in Yankeetownen Sunday and Monday guests of

challenge, several" related industries have already Mrs.Sunday.Hattie Darley Miss'Sinah S-UH ; Mr.ily. and t, Mrs. R. E- Lee and fam- : HOME: ADDITIONAL 1U/0 DISCOUNTHELP

printed and distributed millions of illustrated, Prescott Mrs- Alice1 t\ust1n"A1on- .
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown''
easy-to-understand warning leaflets aimed at par- ZC' Austin and Joey Bennett-were'' aria
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sons Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald
ents in the home. Tuesday luncheon guests-ofIMr., :td.i / -<
Bennett and sons and Mrand US CARRY
The composite advice i is: "Don't let your chil- and Mrs. Bryant Redding at the Mrs.John Brown and daughters = IT OUT

dren play with these bags. Don't leave them State Farm.: a. enjoyed a fish fry at Santa Fe ; REPAflfSAND S"

where children can get to them. Destroy them Rev. 'and.Mrs. ,R: Earl Moses Lake-Saturday.: *
; left Saturday Brunswick..* Ga. 'Mrs: Carl Prevatt and Mrs.L. :
as soon as they have served their initial
intended
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and useful Don't where Rev. Moses will begin- his. .' H. Harper were Friday guestsof 7 CANT TAKE IT
purpose. try to use them
pastorate at the Arco Baptist Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt .
for something else. Get rid of the bags, and you Church.Mr. and family of Ocala.
will also get rid of the ; ,
problem. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce 0 WITH US
had as Sunday guests Mr. and j .
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Mrs. R. W. Sapp and family and
Why Take A Chance? Mrs. Annie Stevens of Jackson- / f i, DEFINITELY AIN'T
GONNA USE
CLAY H IU ; .
Summer means vacation fun for most children, ville.Mr.: and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins '. '': '

but to parents it brings some added responsibi- and family of Jacksonville spent It T Mr*. J. L. HtricklanA llllJffovemenwi It 11 '

lities. One of them is to take steps to protect Slonday-?ith Mr* 'and Mrs. O. J. u \ OJ D :QUSE AFTER SAT:

children from polio which is at its height during Anders-1.Miss Jenny Lou Jenkins r .' I \ i l .
the hot months. remained for a longer visit with Elmer Carter's' friends. will be 7 t JUNE -27TH

Salk vaccine! considered 90 cent effectiveby her grandparents.Mr. pleased to know he is at home () ,. -
per and Mrs. G. W. Roberts again. f W BI B BHBHB HBI HIHH H HB

health authorities, is the recommended pro- had as guests from Wednesday Careen Griffis and daughter I t I Better, Service, Quality Merchandise and Air

tection. This year new polio cases are alreadymore until Prday Mrs. Pearl Whitnel Geraldine called -on The Strick-

numerous than last season. Three cases of of Deland. and Mrs. Pearl Booker, landsone day last week and went

paralytic ,polio were reported in the state last Jr., and son of Orlando. fishing Carson said'they. '*,caught LOANSUP t 1 Conditioning FORYOU' in Our New
week. Mr and Mrs. Joe Shufordand 10 fish-he caught one and Geral- '
family of Augustine visited dine (p), and that made 10. \ We .
Dr. A. Y. Covington Bradford TOt
County Health EAGLE DEPARTMENT store
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relatives here Saturday. wonder how he counts?
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Officer, states that his department
gave.2,330 Mr. and Mrs. P. Campbell We have lost the Stephensfamily -
vaccinations last year 1,142 of them booster and Gene and Paul King spent from our :Sunday School as $600 t '

.' shots. The recommended series is two shots two Sunday with the Sydney William- they have moved to Orlando..Wev.. ,. DOZENS OF ODDS AND ENDS TO GET' RID OF*!
weeks apart with a booster about seven months sons at their Keystone Heights miss them. *' '1 *** -..

later. cottage. Lillian Futch and ofamDy have- ; ;.

Vaccinations take some time to Jbecpme effective Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and moved back to Clay Hill from .. t i Girls' Mens Short Sleeve LadieS'I

but the safety factor,they afford should family of Jacksonville spent the Lawtey: into Uncle, Lich Lang's "Folks F Ind UsFriendly" '"
veekend with their parents Mr- old house. Keedless: .
Lfflian .
say -
PEDALPUSHERS
not be r. SPORTSHIRTS
neglected. Parents who have
not taken Full
and Mrs. Walter Wilkison and is welcome'.back.to- her e .
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advantage this added protection are taking an Mrand Mrs. Mile Dcbbs. Her sister Gloria and husband ,

u unnecessary chance with a disease whose after Mrs. Jack Pens and family of dted'her last week. ti J '-- I SKIRTS

effects may be c crippling for life. Tallahassee are spending a week Our daughter Jo Ann Lang is. Ldoo' ) .
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. visiting us again, uata after' Mr. Ecd Sizes 7 to 14 Sizes S-M-L First Quality-

B. Reddish.: Strickland returns from Duval
Jerry Carr of Tallahassee visited Medical Center wnere-fee-goes for Pr tOb
Mr. and Mrs. Erlie i 3 i $1 For
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Padgett last surgery again' this 'week.r : $1.00 2 $1:00

., week. Earl and Clarence Umjrsspent \ ,.
EST. 1879 Mrs. Leona Edwards and Mrs the weekend with home-folks at 116 N. Walnut Street
.. i \ Pearl Campbell are attending a Clay Hill. Their sister. :
, FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY KKWS- lunchroom: workshop in Gainesville to ;Noise, returned .- (2 Doors From Post Office) '
Tamjpa with t =.* -
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MOST TO
i PIPER- PUBLISHED, COJJTIXOC8LY for two weeks. Ruby Durrance and'Dora-pynl- Mrs. Marguerite HaJJ, Mgr. { SELL OUT

':.-:- tTJTDWt THE SAME: MASTHEAD.Orb Mrs. Mary Reddish had Sun- caned'on the Richard: *Lan? fanzi-4 '
...u.... Tk.r. sad Emttrt as 8ee... CUM Matter d.iT dinner'with Mr. and Mrs. L. ly Sunday afternoon.: 'Iber had t PHONES, ;
1 at the PMI Otftfg_Ah__"at_StMk___. Fla. .u4c Act .t Mar. .. 187' W. Baldwin at their Kinsley lake started to the Long Branchjietery r- WP.4-OlldWQ- 4JUl 1 t OURr LOSS IS YOUR GAINtmi

t home. Sheriff and Mrs. P.- D. after,the rain- Sunday afternoon .-f. k>
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.... .y MVs. Grjlfis' parents: Mr. and erson and- family! in Live-Oak for- t before leaving for overseas duty.: la PS r hilfntt 'Bunday wttrr wtre; "Jewel.:"K ,
Mrs. Maurice Bornstein. several days. Mrs. Kilgore and the children-will Mrs. Mosley-s sister,"-:and brcther-; .,.N! leYj.of. Cec -?"Field Naval Ain tie U. S. Navy for 2'! .years andis Ja;kn.i \: all a.joc.n (,u.-
IA-K.VlLLE We regret that Mrs Willie Harris Mrs. Shirley Robertson and live her while.he. is away. iQ-laW..1dr.'and' Mrs..)A- R. ,Hoiloway -Station.'TIr I bride chore for her presently stationed in Norfolk. inn; of swicmir piauctfeg. and
has been ill and had to be daughter Marcia of Live Oak Roger North, Richard Bell and .and.family. wedding a. beautiful blue net dress Va. The young couple left Tuesday rater skiing. at Ocean. Pond last
!1rs.,C, B. Nolan, taken to the doctor in Macclennyon were recent guests of Mrs. Dor- Alvin Hagan received the Pepsi TaJ .-Coletaaa Mcnday and again on Satur- othy Waters and family. Cola Merit Award and their pic- Mr.and .Mrs. P. B. Coleman.a corsage, of white caI11a t ous. be for the next six weeks. I I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman
af ; .4A..4AA'a. day. We wish her a speedy recov- We egret that little Miss Mar- tures were presented on TV Mon alnounce- the' marriage of their I The bride's maid wore a white Mr. and. Mrs. F. B. Coleman'I Ind as their guests for Father's

Mr.,. and.. Mrs.. C- E. Wilkinson ery.Mr.. cia Robertson, daughter of Mr. day", night. Congratulations, boys. daughter Evelyn to Vince Tay- dress and her, corsage) was a yel- and sens, B. F. and Donnie, Mr-]''Day, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown-
and Mrs. Lonnie Harris :and Mrs. Bill Robertson has beenill Mrs. Jennie Stubbs and her !Oc.- son of: Mr. and Mrs. Bud'low carnation. .and Mrs. Vince Taylor Mr. and ins, Mr. and Mrs. Don Eichelsor
I Sr'and Mrs.:Oscar,Wilkinson andchidren. entertained their son, Robert and under a doctor's care. granddaughter Barbara Shurer TaYlor..,cf Saluda. Ind. The wedding The bride attended Maxville !Mrs. James Coleman and daughter I and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray

Johnny and Cheryl went' with a party honoring him on his Mr.' and Mrs. J. D- Padgett and of Jacksonville, are spending a ; was solemnized on Friday and Baldwin Schools having and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Pellum and son.
to Auburadate last Tuesday and 14th birthday, anniversary on Mrs. Bertha Padgett visited, at week with Mr. and Mrs ,Rufus ,night, June 12;, in Folkston. Ga. graduatedwith the class of 1959. ,Browning. Mr and MrsDon James Coleman enjoyed a trip
L stayeduntil:Friday with Mr. and Sunday afternoon June 13, at the St. Vinc:?nt's Hospital last Chance.Mr. Standing, with the young couple The bridegroom; attended schools :Eichelsor and family: and Mr.I Ito Pensacola last weekend.

1 Mrs.: ,Wilkinson's and daushMr. ; tne home of his grandmother, Saturday with Mrs Dorothy Solo and Mrs H. R, Crawfordand I -
-r :Mrs. Julia Griffis.Mr. mon. We are all very glad to family of- Jacksonville.-visited;
telfu-law,, and Airs Rudolph and Mrs. Junior Wilson and !know that Mrs. Solomon has sufficiently list Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. '
'II Wflkinsqn: and family. While' there mother: Lola, of Jacksonville visit- recovered to be at home Frank Wellhausen! and ,family. BJR YOUR SHOPPING: COMFORT JOIN THEy
ed last with Mr.
they. went fishing in Arianna Sunday evening now- Mr. and Mrs Clatfde. Green
and Mrs. R,. C. Chance. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heath of Misses j.
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.and( caught, 17 big bass and Nancy and Becky Higdon -
: Mrs. Carolyn Ellis and family Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. and Johnny Lomax of White-:
P;large cat fish. and Mrs. Sarah Higginbotham and Willie Harris and Mr. and Mrs house enjoyed an outing at Ocean Always First Q uaIit
1 Alvin Padgett( visited in Jack- baby of Jacksonville visited with Oscar Harris and tamily last Mon- Pond AT
I' ,,\nre.a&t! Thursday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham day.The Mary Sunday.Copeland Peggy Lucas, CROWD() \, NEW ' Priced To Fit Your

at'Mrs. Ernest Padgett and son. family last Friday afternoon. Long Branch Baptist Helen North and Barbara Whitehead THE" BudgetQur 1
t Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbot- Wayne Coody and Alvin Pad- Church WMU gave a baby shower left Monday to spend 5 daysat t : ; "
ham have..bem spending a couple gett visited in Madison last Sunday last Friday night for Mrs. Joyce the 4rH Club Camp at Cherry
of werkj at Strickland's Landing with Mr. Coody's parents. Byford of Maxville and Mrs. Lake. Customers Deserve the Best &&TF Air Conditioned

I vhilo Mr. Higginbotham is on his Miss Carolyn Norman spent a Kathleen Carter of Clay Hill at Terry and Olen Postell and t. 4..i', \ .. ..; "1 .tJ;iouu = :..

e \acfttion. week in Dinsmore with her aunt the church. i Sonny Bush of Andrews, S. C. QVER80 NATIONALLY KNOWN:BRANDS of QUALITY for the ENTIRE FAMILY
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and ard Junior Griggs of Marble. S, .
II Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daughter Masters. family of Jacksonville were guestsof C- visited from last Sunday until .
Sarah Mae are spending the We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Fanny Griffis last Sun- Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. t !k'Y The "Sedgefield," Mark Twain" "Hubbard"
summer'... in College Park Ga. with little Misses Janet and Judy Mann John North and family. Wash 'N Wear
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have been ill and wish them a day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. A- Heath and They had a good attendance at I.1I BEACHCOMBER SPORT SHIRTS
speedy: recovery.Mr. family of Delray Beach spent Maxville Baptist Church last .1; in Dress Trousers
it BPPE BAPTIST UHURCIfEauTw. and Mrs. C- E. Wilkinson, from last Sunday until Tuesday 1 Sunday. Rev. W. C. Mathis de- J I r f. ( "Sedgefield"Calypso Fine Quality Cotton
Murray pastor. Seven Sr Miss Nancy McPherson and with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Well-. livered a "Father's Day" message. o : Wash 'N Wear, 55'i Arnel,
mik-s south! of Starke on S. R. 100. Harold Wilkinson were Sunday hausen and family. They were Rev. Mathis will not be present ;.t# J.. Pants. 45': Rayon
1* SunGay' School lO a.m.; Worship dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs euroute to Oklahoma to make trr services next Sunday morn- 1 t .
| : ocrvicc 11 a.m.: Training E. C. Harvey in Whitehouse. their home. n<;. A visiting pastor will conduct -- byBlue Opening $ .88
Union, 7 p.m.; Evening worship, 8 :Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patgett visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellhau- the services- ; Bell Price 5 ,
| pjn in Middleburg last Sunday, sen took Willie Harris to a doc- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bell and } .
Wednesday -?' Prayer meeting, with Mr. and Mrs., Bud Mosley. tor in Jacksonville last Friday family of Jacksonville visited Sunday Boys. Sizes: 10. to 18.
1 7:30 p.m. Miss Linda Waters has been night. with Mr and, Mrs. J. D. Bell :: -i f WATCH FOR EAGLE'S
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J' ExeryoBewelcome.. visting her sister Mrs. Bill Rob- We regret that Mrs. Dan Har- and family. $2.98
1 groves! has been under the care Mrs. Dan Parrish and grandchildren '-23 i f.=. = ,. -_ r GRAND OPENING COMING
of a doctor and I dentist and wish Patty and David'Par- _
: when you needRELIABLE her a* speedy recovery.Mr. rish and Mrs. J. D. Bell and children t; .--- Youth Sizes: 29 to 32; 'i SOON!

I and Mrs. Ernest Padgett Joan,and Harold enjoyed a J uI Q .-s Short 'Sleeves *.
and son. Bubble, of Jacksonville train ride down to Ocala last r $ .98 Sizes;: COME SEE WHAT
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: visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. Thursday where they visited with x .
GAS SERVICE $1.98.to $3.98; ,
r and: Mrs. Harry Padgett and family. -: Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hewitt and 0 E'VE PICKED
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WINK OF LflDE GAS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett i Buddy Hammett of Hogansville.Ga. "Jeapies" TO MAKE YOU

It visited 'in Middleburg Sunday I is spending this week with t JAMAICA SHORTS i .
i h- morning with Mr. and Mrs.i his uncle Jessie Williamson* and '" .** PRETTIER THIS

TAIVESEI1OM.5GALLONS TO 1,000.ORUP; G>erge Mosley. I family. CO.ORDINATES't!
\Ve-'regret that Sidney and Ashley Miss Patty Parrish celebratedher f, Styling by the finest sports

i FHON.,;.>.i'WO. "4-3551 Wdlhausen had a sight accklent 14th birthday: with a/party, at wear Scientifically designers.proportioned sizeS
I last Friday'night ]in Starke her hcme on Saturday night June 1.
...', scala.tQinslH'e.perlectfit.:
and received:minor injuries. Mr. 1 Wa have a whole store full of the
13.Mr. EabriQB from America's best I
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and Mrs. Leslie Chilson brought and Mrs. Ray Pellum and mills. freshest brightest fashions un-
them home. on have returned to Jacksonvilleafter $ewjng details you won't find, ier, the sun and, they're just
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Row Open Claude North, sci of Mr. and a two week vacation spent on, garments at 3-times the waiting for you at low prices!

.. MrsJchn North, graduated from here with Mr;;. Pellum's parents price. Famous Dress Names
J ',he; Jacksonville University on '\'.r. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and Opening 4\ Pr. Wendy Woods," Hope Reed }
k : LAKESIDE SKATING RINK Tune 6. Congratulations, Claude. family. Price- $3.09.I rMcKettricks," Kay Junior."
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I "Vicky Vaughn many
He is. employed by the Winn- Miss Shirley Giddens of Eagle ..
Dixie Stores in Jacksonville Lake is spending two-weeks with others.
t to 'AT LAKESIDE PARK We- are;sorry to learn that Doss her brother-in-law and sister, SummerCOORDINATES
Dressy
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rt Tfipginbotham is ill Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman'and SHIRT BLOUSE
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I J LAKE. BUTLER, i of Michigan are now living in Henry Griffis has returned Regular $3.98 ...r' -I(t at LL:
s- the Melvin Watson home here. from a three days trip to 'Miami by"Donnkenny" .._:-
Mr Rawson is, employed by the fo"-a convention sponsored by the and "Al en6"
TUES.%AND. Fill: NIGHTS -.- 7:30 10:30 3t Mpry's'Iraft'Corp; : Admiral AnoUance Company.Mr $2.00Dressy .
The Associational Sunday : "Mrs.-Henry-Carter' ; r and Sportswear'' that puts you in a f-
-' SATURDAY AFTERNOONS -- 2:30.5:30 gala;; fashion mood, because the ;:
I School :Meetin will be held on Gene Austin have.returned froma .
STYLE makes you feels"wdl.dressed .
; SATURDAY NIGHT-7:00 To 10:00-10:00 To 12:00: Thursday night< at the Highland : weeks visit in Parkersburg, W. ," created by skilledde- Summer
Baptist Church. Va. with Mr. and Mrs Bob Mc- signers.
HATS
i Vacation Bible School is being Clung and daughter,'Gail. While
BOOT SKATES 75c conducted this week at the Long there Gene Austin and his friend, the WORKMANSHIP is the ,,
finest obtainable. Regular $2.98 and $3.98 .av
1 FLATS 50c Branch Baptist Church.Mr. Lester enjoyed a fishing trio to .
and'Mrs-. R. Kilgore and the Ohio River and caught a the FABRICS chosen fromquality $4.00 and 54.98 :,
family will leave the Finland Air spoon! bill cat fish weighing six ,y mills for its durabU1ty' ,l
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Prices for AH Parties
: Special Frrce Base. Monday, June 29, for pounds- as well as its good looks. 1
home. Mr. Kilgore will have a Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mosley !J,
month's leave' at his .home here, and children visited .i in Miami
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Nothing-else-! but, a dyedhitheThe. only thing that may be hard'to- four wheels and the, leaf springs :
wool :sports car like the Corvette understand! is how it can offer the .that"most other cars still useVTalce: f'f'c.. Skirt D. Blouse ,,
i lake a turn with such solid ride it does, along with so many a Chevy, down' a snaky back road fuil 1-flared sleeveless
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'get its road lense.; With big coil the senses of price.:For with'a ride hardly a ripple. r .
springs at every.wheel, a firm wider, as special as Chevy's, real comThIs one's really ''f r
stance and all of- its. pounds. dis-r petitors are. hard to come by. made to travel T '\ I
tributed with painstakingcare, There's-- world .of dift'e"ebe.and loves every Em

Cherts. '. bob' -with it! tween Ch vrnlet's coil. springs-,at.-all '''minute'- .. of ..it.i. < e

... : 11 5eabfcn$65| % Dacron-35% fine cotton V_ 4'.fit

Stop t by, your local t authorized Chevrolet I dealer's t and sample. Chevy's- -road sense! tr : a' tiler ov spectator,thii h your Ship'n Shore!Pocket's)

t ._ __ r ni abbed for tees,or whatever yar please. Long taflxjc2ep 'g
J j IK i.it 4 r '.n you at ease.And washing's breeze.Suds,

I rrip-dry,that's alL No pill,no fuzz,ap shrink Wbalc'

tellendr; .Chevuofet() ( o. Inc. b'ght,or bright tones.Sizes 30 to 38/ *

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E. D. Olmsted Ex-Policeman I ; National Guard Cattlemen-Farmfers -

Is ConvictedOn ,I .,.4. w .sj- -a.I t' Board Of DirectorsTo Sell It Rent It Trade

Funeral Services
DWI Charge I Lifts; CeilingOn Meet This FridayThere

Soft .,, 2* WORDS OR LESS. Ou Ia* rtl.. (M.. Ckirce) .n

Held SaturdayElmer [Continued from Page One IC. EnlistmentsLocal will be no regular meeting EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 39 __ 4e F,r W.rI

of the Cattleman's Associationand a e% DISCOUNT ox REPEAT EVSERTIOXS! !SAW!: AO
Donald Olmstead, 61,1 ;
:ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID IX ADVANCE.
county coffers were enriched by DietFor Iy'd National Guard Companies the Farm Bureau this week.
died at his home in Starke last
$ ..500II hen 62 of the accused: I The board of directors of both or-r
Friday morning after an illnessof B and C have announced
persons failed to show up and es- gL V ganizations meet in the Coun-, FOR SILKHome' NOW. The ultimate In prestige. SOt
several months.A I i lifted ceiling strengths and urge I I on Alton Rd. 2-3 bedroom ENGRAVED business cards. sn.n
treated their bonds. The largest e at 8 !
I office Friday
retired postal:: clerk, Mr. OI- -7 ; all persons interested in Joining ty Agent's p.m. rnd 5 2 b.droom!'. Financing (price Includes plate Never before.
stead born in Norfolk Nebraska ingle estreation was $300 by Morns i : the Guard to contact the Armoryat to make plans for the summer available. J. W. Thomas. Phone woi1Ti. engraving at this low price.
was Gatlin charged with removal I 'i- tfctig Bradford County Telegraph tf .
on Jan. 25, 1898. He wasa I either Starke or Camp Bland program.
member of the Methodist ')f property under lien. I Hardbill : 'j ing. WE HAVE a new loan program for CITRUS bearing rises, container
!t ; farmers. Loam ot 1 to 5 years grown. Also Plum, Carner Apple-
Church. Seven persons were sentenced i Vacancies are now unlimited but Greasy Jaycees for the entire credit require- Pear Hood and E&tfwin, Fig.
Surviving are five daughters, to a total of $390 in fines or 130 c :'l \ it is expected that enlistments ment of the farmer and his fam Grapevines, Persimmons, etc. Evergreens.

Mrs. Delilah Ross of Chula Vista. dtys: in jail after they entered I It i(. "' .1* will be frozen after June 30, stated Have Good TimeA Association ily. Gainesville, CO Production North Credit Main. 400 varieties.. Shade Trees AxalMk Camellias. fine plants over

Calif.. Mrs. Verna Orr, Jonesville, pleas: of guilty. William Marion I cit. c r Capt. Randall F. Chitty com Gainesville FU. tfcb fall of bud and bloom. See our

N. Y.. Mrs. Lois Collins. San Jose. Mosley was hit the hardest receiving mander of Company "C." RADIOS REPAIRED plant 11 for quality. We are located

a sentence of $200 or 60 AJ good time' was had AD Xakr AH .. miles east of Keystone Height
Calif., Mrs. Mary Ellen Sail, High school seniors may enlist greasy on Hiway 100. Thousands of plants

Westmont. Ill., and Mrs. Helen days on a speeding charge. Acharge now and go on active duty after by local Jaycees during last Sat- .emaable M1EFHERD-S Charge RADIO- pa.t"* TV -0. C. Carnes Nursery Phone MO

Down;, Pontiac, Mich. He is also : of resisting an officer was graduation. Others without prior urday's:! Gas-O-Rama at the Boss !.... 6ft... Ow.... 4-42S5. Florahome. Fla tf
dismissed: against Mosley. : Pass Service StStion. 41: F. Call St. Pk.ae WO 4-6801
survived by five brothers and service may enlist now and go on Stark. FU.GENUINE Fxperlenced: carpenters wanted to

three sisters all residing out of Judge Yawn dismissed one other active duty within 120 days. No, Jaycee President Jerome Johns Must work have in this own area.tools and Steady tT'an.portaion. work.

the state. "barge and suspended sentence active duty tour ig required of said the group netted 59.04 after with ENGRAVED double envelopes Wedding- lOvfor IBritations Apply, write or phone Jim

Funeral services were held in .and dismissed ,the accused in I I prior service personnel.The pumping 816 gallons of gas, 121.85. Bradford Conr'r Tel ,Walter f".1c-"i11f'Corp.. nil W. Beaver St.

the First Methodist Church at ij j another case.A i" I local units, along with other washing 24 cars. selling: 47 quartof raih tfCOLONIAL tfchg

p. m. Monday with Rev. H. O. total of 4497.50 in fines, r units of tne 4Sth; Armored Division oil and performing 16 grease FLORIST home FOR 1'RALE. acre-' Large lot. 20 cement pecan tree block.

Boyette officiating. Burial was in forfeitures and court costs has ; will attend summer) field .i jobs and oil changes. Twenty ,I Only y.owera F. wired T. D. any Florist place.in Flowers Starke.: All City facilities, la city limits.

the Jacksonville Memorial Gard- ben collected by the County l Room and board are provided I the nest with the two birds. Dis- training at Fort Stewart, Georgia "grease-monkeys" worked four- for all occasions locally. Phone *Phone ery reasonable.WO J29 Thomas St.

ens with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral i Judge's office this month.MAYOR'S this baby woodpecker by Mr. and turbed at disrupting a happy from August 9 through 23. hour shifts from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. WO 4-6l.\ Sn/; Ea-t Nona St. ItrhgFOR !I 4-3SS1. tfchg

Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Joe Kerrigan as compensa- home Joe turned the babies over The local units are Ordnance during the fund-raising stunt to RENT-Furnished apart-!!,

tion for the loss of his home two to) Dorothy to care for but're help finance the Jaycee's Midget merits. Reasonable rate. Near' HASTINGS MATTRESS

ACL Railroad Seeks COURT i. weeks ago when Joe cut down an served for himself the job of: units one third and each of all is ordnance responsible equipment for- Baseball League. shopping cr WO f-renter.13f or Phone call WO at 21J 9-2011 S. 1 I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

old oak treeDorothy teaching them to fly. of the division. Johns said the Jaycees all seemed C-herry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.: 710 Lemon St. Palatka
To Consolidate UnitsIn Casts handled in Mayor's Court
(Mrs. Joe feeds the Last week Joe took the birds to enjoy the day's activities tfrhgWANTED Furniture
Positions Repaired
Mcnday, June 22, were: I are open in the local Upholstered
Union CountyWhether [ bird with a medicine dropperand cutside and demopstrated the units for either trained or untrained whether they were washing cars, -Waitress. BAG: Truck & Refinished
Kenneth Bagwell postponed
by stuffing raw hamburgerinto proper method of flying by flap- pumping gas or filling in as the Stop Restaurant. Apply after 2:30n
from last week) disorderly conduct persons to serve a3 mechanics the afternoon. tfchg. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
one man can handle the little fellow's wide open ping his elbows up and down. The welders "Phillip'3 66 Clown." i,
I bond machinists radio
found guilty $52.50
the*combined business of the Lake mouth. most precocious of the two or operators instrument By prior arrangement with the Innerspringsand
for repairman
Butler and Raiford agencies of refunded. put on probation : It was after Joe had cut down phans chirped "like this?" and truck drivers station management, the Jaycees Men's Leather Box Springs
IS wrecker
operators
the' Atlantic Coast Line railroadwas 30 days. ,the decayed oak that was threat- flow off, so now Dorothy has small arms repairmen metal got a 50-50 split on profits from Drop U. a Card or Call

the disputed issue in a Florida Phillip Griffis, disorderly conduct sning to fall that he discovered only one to feed- repairmen and supply clerks.body gas and oil sales, and kept all the P.L.TK.EA 5.91M

Railroad & Public Utilities $52.50 bond forfeited. proceeds from car-wash ]m>s. HALF SOLES ST.RKE0 4-5934

Hearing at Lake Butler Tuesday. Melvin Henley, public intoxica- I Land TransactionsTop Recent enlistments In Co C are

The railroad's petition to con- tion, fined $10 and 3 days. Roy D. Morgan, John C. Stephens, MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke,
Ouf $80,000 In May and James Cowart Geneva Baisden Jones 1.50 upMen's
solidate the agencies was con- Paul Henry Clark, running red who are BUS Agent

tested by Hal Y. Maines. attorneyfor li ht. $12.50 bond forfeited. graduates and will go on six Rites Will Be Held tfcbg
01 Property sales totaling $81,955 months active duty In June 1960.
the Union County Commission Alvin Carney Baldwin Sr., run- Rubber
for- have taken place in Bradford Also enlisted this week is SP-5 At Crosby Lake
bond
and H. L. Keller, general ning red light, $12.50 '
chairman of the Order of Rail- feited... The County swce May 28- Kenneth D. Norman who has' ----..*: HEELS 85C :FOR t" SALE and Sears 20" self propelledmower

road Telegraphers. Enoch Eugene Griffis, reckless The largest sale was Dr. Sey- served eight years as a memberof I Word has been received here tD: motor 2 3-4 II. p.aw 7500.comblna-Elll

The railroad said the Raiford driving. $27.50 bond forfeited. Past mour R. Marco's farm and home Co. C. Several others are being of the death Wednesday morningof STARKE'S SHOE lna:: ... Starke WO1 4-2251. Itp

station showed a deficit of about Joseph F. Hicks reckless driving sold to A. G- Frame for 42300. processed for enlistment over the Mrs. Geneva Baisden Jones, a CAJn ENTER WORK

$1,700 in'the period audited. $27.50 bond forfeited. Purchase price was figured from weekend. daughter: of the late George W. REPAIRING .
documentary stamps'affixed to and Zuella Carter Baisden of DOCKS, BOAT HOUSES,
driving
Testimony vas' taken, with the Malcolm E. demons
I' bond for the deed recorded in HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS Starke.: 123 S. Walnut St. ADDITIONS
board's decision to. be announced while drying: 152.50 I Do you remember when school the. county
clerk's office. Funeral services will be held at SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
later. teachers had to resign their jobs
feited. The Across from Park TheatreFOR
following
patients were admitted
.pon getting married? Women Other transactions over $1,000 to Bradford 3 p. m. Saturday at the grave- JIMMY RICKS, Jr.

teachers, that is. Well, back in were: t, County Hospital side in Crosby Lake Cemetery. De- 421 N. St. ClaIr Ph. WO 9-2951
during last week: Witt C. Jones Funeral Home will
1934 the Florida Supreme Court
Thomas W. Chambers to JamesH. Annie Tomlinson RENT-Furnished garage
Mary Alice
be in charge of IAR11IXO( LITTLE COTTAGE
ruled that School Boards couldno arrangements. apartment on Kingsley Lake. Completely
Breeden. $2,100 lot on Silver Ellington of Lake Butler, James furnished at Hampton Lake. Good

SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! longer reject a teacher on the. lake. [Benjamin Kight Virginia Jessie Tent by furnished week only. except Phone WO linens.4-: firhing Reservation and swimming. sand bottom.
bemg
taken from
25th
sole grounds that she
was mar- 4fl1. H'hgHlUN'II
Gary Reddish to J. C. Cox Crevasse Paul L. Dinkins Sr. of W. C. T. U. ; June on. $35 week per couple. SeeF.
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ed.'S. $1,500, 20 acres of land. iawtey. Agnes C. Bleasdale of nark at Hampton LaXe. tfchg

E. W. Hayes to Louise H. Kite Town and Country, Fannll..Acr..age ,
Keystone
Heights Cheryl Lynn Rentals.A. Tnt Sale-Snpro Electric Hawaiian
and
P. L. Pattee found two old
$1.800, lot. Studstill, L. L. Hefflen of Lake "DID YOU EVER HEAR OF A Guitar & amplifier slightly used.

Go to Jacksonville or Gainesville, or newspapers among this posses- S. N. Brown to Freman Register Geneva. Carlton McManus and MAN WHO LOST HIS JOB BECAUSE .1. THOMAS! REALTOR Itt;oo"l condition.Stn See 1i Mrs.. Pullington1iuliinwtnns tr'hlfS

ions. One of them dated Apr. Jr.. $6.000. house. Samuel B. Miller. HE WAS A TOTAL ABSTAINER :os Temple Ave. T.0 4-5701 I

ANYWHERE 19, 1865 gave an early accountof Ben Suslow to Charles A. Bald- ?" tfchg :E STROUT REALTY for Homes
to get a price on your the Also Mary Tsannio Brokas of Farms. Ranches, Groves, Acreageand I
assassination of President ree, $1,500 lot. W. E. JOHNSON IN THE Business We list
Keystone Heights, George L. Pat- FOR SALE OR RE\"T-ParUv furnished property
Lincoln. E. J. Blume to Andrew Varnes : NATIONAL VOICE."] your property with free open list-
New Car THEN SEE ten Cecil 2 room house $33 per mo. A.
Eugene Melvin of Brook- ings and adv. free. Also free cat
Think prices are high today? 8000. house. Toth Rt. 2 Box: 55-F: Starke. 3tp
er, Charlie Addison DeSha of alogue. Contact Johnie Hansen, Rep. .
A market report in the 1864 paper Granvil Anderson to RobertH. 1/5 5 mi. S. of Stub on U. S. Highway
Waldo, Ann H. Raley, Ruth L. Lee,, : J
oi call Waldo
HO 8-2831.
[just after Civil War quoted Ann $4,500, house on Bedford Lake View Beach Cottages on Santa or "
Herman E. Hodges of Lake Butler,, Fe lake for rent by week. Fur- 4.,2' 1-%
bacon at $5 per pound, butter Lke Jane Elizabeth Lott of Hampton,' FULL PRICE n'sJied.! 'electric kitchen. Make your FOR RENT-SmaJJr.rnf'
from $12 to $15 per pound eggs Helen Wells and Martha Rud- Helen Ann Pearsall of Hampton! reservations"! now. Swimming and I Iforfern Conveniences Near dwelling town
"BILLYDOWLING at $4 dozen at fFHl to Tom B. Pirn icing free. Parking SOc per car. Davis E. Conner. Ins.
per corn $18 to Pierson $3,050, Mary Louise Feme of Waldo, and Jrs.! Maude Kahr Comer Box 573. Agency Itchg I
$20\ per bushel, and sugar at $10 house on Silver Lake. Karlton, Fla. Phone Waldo HO 8-
Marjorie Frances FOR SALE 4
Bryant. ; room house and bath
per pound. In 1934 (during the H. A. Bishop to Joseph L. Simmons Colored admissions Clif- !::1;! 4tp 712Don't [ I I 7 lots 50' x 100 each. Clear Abstract. .
were:
STEREO I $!.:>OO Cash. Perry Davis,
depression!
bacon was $10,000. house. ; pay rent, put more sense in
fcrd
advertisedI Kelly of Lawtey, Grace : :.a'" t4'Y. Fla. ftp 62J!
in The Telegraph .at } Linda R,. Berreth to Henry H. your dollar. See your Wheel Estates
Brooks Long, Daisy G. Thomas Dealer for Mobile Homes that are
pound.'S. Hem $1.500 lot. of Hawthorne Orvella lean unusual value. Also high, dry WANTED-Part time help KingsleyLake.
SPerry Must have
I Full .. own transporta
A tax deed for $55.24 Is- and beautiful spaces available.
was $79.95 lii. Call Mrs Moore WO
!) 4-$111 or
of Hampton. Elizabeth Bright of Lake rieneva.. Trailer.. Park. I mi. S. ,
The Business Men's Club in ?uel to Joseph Gumber for a lot Lawtey, Debbie Thomas, James Price i E. Kvyvtnne Heights on Hwy. 100.:: J.F.u.l. 2tC"bg CU:
1934 was seeking a 210-acre site near Lawtey.Lake 7/J'
Smith of Maxville, Willie Williams ] 4tp Well Filled and graded lots SouthWest
Jor a proposed county airport. i side Kingsley Lake. J. W.
S and Janie Sails Mitchell. ".."wn'... phone WQ__4-1151 719'
Access Roads HIFI I LADIESSee
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A golden wedding anniversary CHURCH OP GOD FOR SALE-Bicycle hoys English
celebrated in 1934 was that of Mr. Raise Putnam DisputeAccess for yourselves Women I Racer. 717 W. Cypress St. Phone WO
10 Morn
Sunday School a. m.
FOR A LOWER PRICE : 1-411;'
and Mrs. Phillip A. Crosby of big Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday; Full are earning $2.00 or more an
Brooker. Their 11 children roads to lakes are a disputed $59.95PORTABLE GEXER4LNew. ('ONTRVCTION
were 'Evening Service. 7:45 m. YPE' hour representing AVON.
p. Remodeling an types' Florida
issue in at least one other Price
ACROSS THE STREET among those attending the reunion Service Wet esday. 7-45 p. m Write Mrs. Ouida Sweat, P. 0. rooms car ports patios. Free estimates. -
besides Bradford.
at the old homestead since county Call Franklin %2-8049 Oalnesm. -
burned. Putnam County Commissioners I Prayer Meeting Friday. 1:4p.: m I Box lao, Live Oak, Florida. .. Fla Up 7H$

FROM SETZER'S S. Tuesday instructed their attorney LAWTCT Adults In
FOR RENT-To quit
Bradford 4-H Club boys in 1932 to investigate the feasibilityof II Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng I..... that are .****.* a? Lake H*.- neighborhood furnished I room and
-11' L YPE Serv Record Player
m. All
Worship bath conveniences
land Ideate "HI be fvaad at Billy J rkMioa apartments.
condemning to
wen first prize at a corn club required I Ice Saturday 7:30 p. a. I'..* Supply Yard la rear .fnif r Mr. and Mrs. W. H Nollman. 510
sho'v in South Florida. Individual I gain public access to state-owned! t Dad' Fartary. Steel Boat I ILaadIng N. Cherrr St. 2trhg 512$
lakes.A !Mat 1C I. x Je ft. Flood I
winners were Gordon Weest, Per St..Edward's Catholic Church Full : LlaMa Life Raft. Lla't Flxtareii.Plaatalaa FOR !SALE' One gentle saddle pony
cy Sullivan Leslie Thomas, Nelson member of the Commission : $19.95Hit ; !Supplies .r ail klad. wt. 100) lb.. Lloyd Griffis. Lawtev,

/ Moore, Charles Priest, Mark- aid there are about 4,800 acres of Starke, Florida Price Steel f.UUc .-eta. Used Faraltare.WhuUnB. Fla. 2tp I-!$
dtngHints lakes Sunday Mass at 10 a. In. WIad.w Srreea. Do.r.Sic. .,
a1ee meandering In Putnam
Brannen Wilson May and I ., ..tf'. Tall WO 4-4OO1 ak Iii
Arthur Austin. County which the trustees of the Holyday Masses at '8:30 a. m. & Mr. (;..... .r eaie I. .. see .*

.. use internal Improvement Fund holdin 5:30: p. m.Weekday. theu I. tew.. UrhxFotatoe 6 Months

Mass at 8:00 a. m.
The year 1934 had lots of rain "public trust. In recent years vines for sale, Puerto HI
with many crops destroyed in a the public has been barred from Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 ('II nand Georgia reds $3 per m.
Ned C.
Coleman Griffis
Loop. 2tpCarp
season! that had "more rain than many of these by the fencing In o. m. S'%:>
Auto
has fallen in of property by private owners. Baptisms, marriages and Instructions Liability
many years. W.R. *iter Contracting-Residential
by appointment.
Dixon, a farmer In.the Lawtey Bradford County"will continue Drawing and Blue Printing. H.
Johnson, Rt. 1 Pox 2Zi-A Phone
section, told The Telegraph that CHURCH: OF CHRIST WO: ,.I
the well he had pumped water farmers met to discuss' methods C. L. Overtarf Jr., Minister RecordsSpecial $15-00 I
from for 30 years had of combating screwworm. This IEWARD-Lo"t white part Brahma
gone dry
Sunday Sunday School 1C horned cow. If found notify Dr. S.H. .
.) __ I\41&g in spite of heavy rains. pest, which had been Marco
I s1k.i'4. He decided plaguing a. m., morning service 11 a. m.evening or phone WO 4-4311 or
is must be "plain contrari livestock .owners_ for a.quarter of service,. 6:30 p. m. WO >-% 8S. Itp
ness." a century or more, has now teen L. 19c HELP

%,,, ,:: S. practically wiped out [Un 19591 Price Need extra $25 WA\TKD to $:>0 weekly? Doyle E. Conner
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1I Route work on your day off and
tiId: ? Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw by a program of sterlization of a hearing on its lake access dis evenings brings extra: 'a"h. Wife

local florist, joined the Telegraph male: flies. Only one case was; pute before the County Commission may help too. Write ),IX"I Co..

/,. Delivery Service in 1925, giving reported last week in a West: on July 6. Property ownerson ALBUMSSpecial Dept.2.2.Tenn.Box 276C, Desoto Sta. Memphis Itp- Insurance Agency

Starke residents a convenience. Florida county, the east side of Lake SantaFe

"Well, Pop didn't you say you were going to have .4 0C S have petitioned the board to FOR SALE-14 ft Plywood boat 74 218 Temple Ave.
hp Johnson motor and trailer. First
The Starke baseball team lost R. F. Demorest was raising close a public street In the IndianBeach $$1 79 Class condition. Ready to KO $13. PHONE
Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. put on new siding? its top standing in the North cultivated blueberries at his place subdivision. The action is Price Phon State Prt"on KV 1>-W. Itp WO 4-4501

Florida Baseball League when de cn the Brownlee Road 25 years opposed by the Bradford County FOR RENT Store, IS x U. A-1.location -

feated 14-8 by Daylight Groceryrf ago. and the bushes are still producing Recreation Board and.other civic main street Keystone Metal Tall rate lost from .
cow truck
Heights. Phone 4373 day or 41C5nfght
Jacksonville in June 1934. today.. groups.ALVAREZ' Stereo Albums 4>ptig 7J17! .; evening. of June 22. Contact Galn.1'111. ..- .
Stock Market.
NO Catcher Busbee was Injured by afoul 1t"IIrr.

MONEY DOWN tip and was relieved by Bur- Im Illhfi Men's Clothing I FOR RESmaJl or rent as sleeping 3 room room apartment to In City Pound 1 black and tan male '

ney of and Douglas for the remainder .STORE Established 1894 ll ll.tWhat II'' man I'o\2t.J.only. Tall.AH WO private.4-412.Rent tea Up doc Hoon with 1 brown P F. and Clark white Starke rpotttd on
the
game. collar. Owner may have by pa.11I1'IIdnrtlling

Repair S. FOR SALE-or Trade good raddle.f cost and board. Con-
tit Otr Police

_This week. 25 years ago local .. ..............::: ..'='!').:< -- American. Henry Sable Hodges.doe Rt.rabbits.2 Pox 3hatches. Itohg
::: Saw Filing all kind Pick Moo.Ve .
Add Rooms NOTICE ... ..'.:::.::.::.::.::0, : :' about *:1 Stark Itp \ --- Carport 1' -
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F.lrtf. Of Tw Sap+rTtnor, Foe '. :l f : tt1 FOR RENT-Nice i cool room. Lady P.nWr Supply: 2tp 7,2
TVTOI Of Four Tram .Bark F.r or couple. Rates reasonable. meals
"th
Hmdfvrd Soil ;t? :our mortgage? FOR SALE OR RE>T
OBKtrrotiea DUtrtrt ....:: @ if deSIred or cooking priviledre*.
Bath Room LOW
July 14. ia "::.w::::::: ::::::. ::: t AS $2.49 Plion" WO S-5251. 472 W. Madison Frame hoone-4 3)1 W ldon Street I
Poignant to the Soil rooms and bath.
",.t. rh i.tr.. SS%. Florida Conservation ( ::.:.:.::.::.::.::.:::.:.::....::.:: k\y::jj: Plenty! When yo* take out a AS I S-t. ItpFOR 1- front and back porchfu. Gas tove.refrif .
Statutes
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. of I3IS and Chapter 28094 of 1S5J. :).;...::.:.:.:.:.:..:...:.. (;; _:'.:" i RENT-* room house 4 nines rator. Jhirtt set. hotwat.rbeat..r

TURES) notre I is ) erehygen of an elec.tf \. .t:J1Mf n l ongagec1yotwhoInctbebankprotects ,! South" on Keystone HltpIIway."a. and circulating heater
.tf to he held on July 14. 195J: for : m its mvcstmeni Stadium cant now. For sale! If interested innurrhase. Call WO 4-6334 after ( p. m. or
t,1c ..I_tin A f TWO (2) SupervIsors ::.:..:.:..:..::.:....:.:.;::,. :: : : G. T. HuC I11. phone WO contact owner at 1111 Pratt StWSStSq
Time To Re-roof for term POf.LI'G of fntr (4> rears each. .:.:::::c:::;;::;::.:.. mJi$ with lDSaraDCe.Make sore the 4-4383 or A. J. Thomas. WO 4-5701. H.lVhu I ?tJO 7t

Ktartce__ '""mty.pnt'PL'C'En Office Nunmortgaged part of )'OUr.home. -bo part youVe, CUSHIONSAs ItchgFCT Why Pay Rent? Buy from owner
l,wtvrter Store ? RENT-Housekeeping apart: on very any terms, attractive little I
U..i1brtnn-'artE'r'.. Store already paid for-ii insured, todTt.pT tn"nt Very reasonable. Light and furnished horn. Large cool
I Rr.nlc e r-Col-on"s Store 0 Water furnished. 210 N. Cherry or shady yard. Mrs. W. H. XoHraan.jStarke .
Polling places) will be open he.'wpn CaD us for properly iaiunace cbeekt Trf today Long As They Last! )'1'11. Bnllington at Bullington Studio Hebe
STARKE BUILDERS I the hours of J a. m. and $ ; tffhg .
p. M. FOR $4.93 Apartment For Rent-2 bedrooms .
AH qualified electors residing 2 I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE K large living room, dinette off living
within the District shaD be eligible HAROLD" ANV DEBT INCrRHED BT A FOr. room. FnrnUhed. Modern bath.
to vote in this election. WALL AGENCY 0\f RrT MYSELF.r Really this is a second floor bungalow -
INC. .\ onalified f lector as defined fn ) WIRVi 1t. fall WO 4-'I' IM,. tfrhcX
SUPPLIES the Florida: Soil Conservation Act
inlude any person. qualified to For: R Cnfornished < roomh LK HELP WASTED
vote in general elections wider the "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" MUSICENTER .."se. AraiUWe July 1st. 7U MT Want Extra Money? Up to SIOO."
Constitution and Statutes of this Cypress St Phone WO 4-2741 after. per month to your spare time repreienttar -
state who I Is a IPO a landowner In 200 E.- CaD Street Phone WO 4-4801 i n m 2t,'hr ir 2 the American .Automobile -
AT'S.A.L. DEPOT' the herein named.. district. Association In Stark. Can Mr.
STARKE, FLA. M. O. Wathinsc Administrator 22Q .N. Temple Ave. FOR SALE-1 State Son Conservation Board L- Starke, Fla. mature stage. C. H. Campbell Gra lure 29 or Tuesday Jane 10.FRaakT.a -

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVASTARKE



FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JUNE 25, 1959 I.


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Tournament New Five And Teni Rep. Reedy Urges

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS i Will Open July 1 Rotarians To Wage

Will Bring By :Mary K. Nchaeffer I I -t-. In Keystone HeightsMallard's Cause. Of South

wrA Five and Ten CentS A plea for Southerners to prernt -
Thousands HereThe I :re is opening on Lawrence
Tournament: Tickets Soon On Sale. ;c-ne Whittle and children-all Tickets for the Southern Re- of Jacksonville, were Sunday J WednesdayFeaturing: a line other parts of the nation on a"orson

Starke Chamber of Com- Sicnal Water Ski Tournament will guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett I i ol five and ten merchandise, as to person" basis was made
;so on sale at the beginning ofnext Fox on Peach Street. The Cancans n"ll as variety and sundry items. \by:; Rep. W. H. I Bill 1 Reedy of
merce is cooperating with the week. Season tickets will be brought their new boat, and the new store will have a four-day
% .
I .v. Eustis in address before the
an
Keystone Heights Chamber of $2.50 for adults and $1 for chil- i,ell who cared to had a try at wa- e cpening sale July 1-4.
Commerce to help find "food and dren. Single day tickets will be $1 I!ter skiing. Plans to enjoy eating Keystone Heights Rotary Club
A T. Mallard of Tallahasseehas
shelter" for the eight to ten for adults and 50 cents for chil- i Jon the beach had to be changeddue f' M't 1 fast Friday.
thousand! people who are expectedto dren. Season tickets will save 50 to the rain but the entire j t operated 8 similar tore in Rep Reedy said thi, was theonly
attend the Southeastern Ski I cents on the three day season group assembled at the Fox hometo Green Cove Springs for 11 years, course of action left since
Tournament on Lake Geneva and may be purchased from any enjoy bar-b-qued chicken and 1: L ? : vt- and also has a store in Monticcllo. Governor Collins vetoed his bill
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July 2426. Chamber of Commerce member. all the fixings. Other guests were tie said that he is moving his to pro'ide$500.000 in Florida:
The Starke Chamber is taking June 30 is the deadline for placing neighbors: including Mr. and jw.. Tallahassee tore tc Ke ..t:1E"- '.:nds. to be matched by other
reservations for rooms availableat ads in the Tournament pro- Mrs. Sam Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. l a Mr Mallard said that he became Southern states in an organized

the many modern motels on U- gram. Charles McGlave is in George Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. $ interested in Keystone I camuaisn! to explain and defend
8. 301 and Starke restaurantswill charge and may be contacted at Bill! Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Jack : 4 Heights as a store location I j, the South's ,'it"on integration.The .
also help feed the multitude. Box 481, Keystcne Heights, phone Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- through' his contact with G. E.I Lake County representativeurged
Plans for the tournament, said Glave Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. l:igi ins who owns the building the Kevrtone Rotarians to
to be the second largest regional 4278.Mrs Joe Daurer phone 4331 or .-and their respective chil- i that houses the Mallard store in 'contact your friends in the
meet in the country, are shaping Box 301 should be contacted by I dren. The Cannon and Whittle Green Cove Spring. I,North contact other Rotary

up well. according to Mrs. Joe those wishing to rent rooms for families are former Peach street? .,.,;/ ST. ANN'S EPISCOPALnirRCH. I C'ubs. and have them contact
Daurer secretary of the Keystone the tournament season. residents. KEYSTOSF.Rev. others in turn."

Heights Chamber of Commerce. Total Chamber membership is Visitor Honored At Party Keystone Firemen Prepare For Ball M. H. Breyfogle. VicarSunday Reedy said his program to treat -
The 90 trophies to be used duringthe now: 51, Mrs. Daurer said. Mrs. John Himble
and Mrs. better
-7:30: a. m.. Holy Communion understanding among
meet have been ordered and Summer Recreation Goal Charles Wallenius I .
; were hostessesat
: 9:30 a. m.. Sunday the races had received the endorsement -
will be on display later at the Still Short a Canasta Luncheon Members of the Keystone tickets to the ball were mailed department during the
honoring l year. !School 9-30 |
Keystone State Bank, Mrs. DaurerPaid. I : a. m. Morning Pray-; of the Legislature, WJ
Mrs. Charles McGlave and Cor- heir! mutual friend, Mrs. J. E. Heights Volunteer Fire Department I out by the fir-men last week. Receipts Stuffing envelopes are list row, I jer and Sermon I Holy Communion:
Cost of the trophies is approximately I Walston of [ don their helmets for addedatmosphere" i civic clubs and 97 ne\I 5Papers. Head
bett Terrell JacksonvilleMrs. from
to Summer the
the
reported ball to be held 1-rl: Huntley Redfearn Jr., Chief I leach first Sunday: 6:30 p. m..i
$1,200 and total underwriting Recreation Board that $111 Walston has been visiting in Keystone as they mail out t in the Keystone Airpark hangaron Tommy Millican Gene Williams !Young People meet. : the program was not basedon
cost of the meet is had been collected from local for about a week dividing *'invitations to their annual Fireman's the final night of the Southeastern : Arlee Terrell. 2nd row: Corbett I,', Holy Days-7:30: a. m., Holy II I race hatred and rabblerousin -
3500. This is financed by the businessmen but $100 was still her time between the two homes. ; Ball on July 25. A total of I Ski Tournament support Terrell Richard Cunningham '1, Communion. sincere attempt to
but was a
host town. Keystone Heights, by needed to meet expenses of the The party was at the home of' .1.350 letters. each containing two the important work of the fire II Darrell Da\' 5. and Ralph Bryan. ,, Parish Supper each third Wed- explain the Souths position. lIe
receipts from programs, and con- Mrs. McGlave be Mrs. Himble on Lake Geneva. The !
pr
gram. can !Club- Dinner will nrsdaY: 8:39 V. m. Vs in
be served the !:2Tf'i1'ff' cwzan?
by
Tfj>rap
cessions. hoped hat ,
Keystone civic clubs are reached for contributions ort hostesses were assisted m serving the District Go ecaac, (taut 'Mo ttn\aJ7-ht'amTf.'T.
cooperating in various phases 01; pcseapji Chwrh Vtomen, and all of Cftatehoochee. will attend. Adds leis Rooks 1 Florida and said the people of ,
Roy Library WANTED Clean ColtDn: Kay
t?D >> the luncheon by Mrs A. F. Cros- Lhe "Rotary Ann's" are invite to
all can
they
the actfv t es. j by, Miss Helen Watkins is the next president The library has acquired a No Pants No SWrts Must Re I the statemU.it do
Crosby and Mrs.
Baseball Schedule ][
Around 200 contestants from I j!I June 25, Florahome at Flora- H. I. Stevens. Prize for high score oming C installation of officers for the and Al Watson is out-going president number of good books, which were Clean. Bradford County T..1t-\\raise the living. and health standards -
year will take place. It is of the Negro.
nine Southeastern states are expected home. June 26, Interlachen at went to Mrs. Arthur A. Bamford. Ralph Crawford will con- [ Continued on next Page t r 11Iph.
to take part in the meet's Keystone; June 29. Melrose at Second High went to Mrs. Frank
events. Miss Nancy Ridaught of Melrose; July 3, Melrose at Key- Egan and consolation prize wentto
Clpress Gardens National Woman's stone. All games start at 4:30: p. Mrs. Robert Hendry. Miss Edith
Cnampion, will be on hand to m. Thornquist claimed the door .
defend her title. prize. Other guests: Mrs. John
Last week Keystone lost to
The Jacksonville Ski Club will Johnson 5-2. The Hawthornegame Carges.. Mrs. David Nelson. Mrs.S. .
set up the course for this event.LEE'S was rained out after two E. Kennedy Mrs. Harry Lloyd STEP
and one-half innings with Key- Mrs. C. V. Brust Mrs. James Cook UP TO QUALITY
stone in the lead with 9 runs. Mrs. Edith Thornquist Miss Marguerite -
The game will be rescheduled.Out Grennan Mrs. J. A. Wil-
DRIVE-IN of 30 girls registering for hams, Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh Mrs.
softball about 8 have been out Robert Hendry Mrs. Sara McDon-
THEATREPhone for practice. If more girls don't dId, Mrs. Alma Frost Mrs. Frank

put in an appearance this week, Egan. Mrs. William Reynolds,
4113 softball will have to be dropped. Mrs. Edward Thiele. Miss Cleva
Keystone Heights, Fla. Shuffleboard:; or volley ball may Carson and Mrs. Ed Wiggins. STEP UP TO HOTPOINT
be included to replace softball. Change In Wedding
if enough girls request it. Reception Plans
Thur., Fri. June 25, 26 Boys aged 9 thru 12. are still The Wedding reception following -
needed for the boy's baseball the Prevost-Gaboardi wedding
games. No games can be scheduledfor which will be an' event of Saturday -
SHOWDOWNAT this group unless there are was originally planned for
enough for a team. Boys in this he Melrose Woman's Club. Instead At 'Down To Earth' Prices!
BOOT HILLA a group are asked to report to the reception will be held
Mr. Duncan at the playground, at the home of Admiral and Mrs.
Great; WesternSat.
call him at 2642. Anthony Danis, Ridge Road. Mel
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CAP Outing SaturdayThe ro.'e." The ceremony, which will
., Sun. June 27, 28 public is invited to be theguests unite Miss Margaret Gaboardi
of the Air Force and the and Thomas A. Prevost will behold I HOTPOINT
RANGE HOTPOINT RANGEReg.
AN AFFAIRTO Civil Air Patrol on June 27, Saturday at St. William's Catholic ? ,
starting at 3 p. m., at Church in Keystone Heights at 11a.
REMEMBER "Ashland" one mile South East m. on Saturday June 27. Rev. (Reg. $249.95) ( $219.95)
.;f Melrose. Follow Rt. 21 to Melrose Father Connie Dougherty will Ki';
Cary Grant Deborah KerrIn
and at the red light turn perform the ceremony. All friendsof
Cinemascope left. drive a short distance, and the couple are invited.
Ashland is on the right. A wel- Marian Bcasley Has
coming committee of C. A. P. Theatre Party Fip
Tues., Wed. June 30 members will be at the gate. Friday, June 12. Marian Beas- __ -
JULY 1 Tickets are $1.50 per person, ley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. SPECIAL I
which entitles one to swimming, L. Beasley. celebrated her 11th
SMILEYChips fishing boating and water skiing birthday with a buffet supper and -
plus plenty of good eating. theatre party. The supper table (Not Illustrated) 1
Bring your family and have a was attractive with a green and
RHIly, Keith Claiert
nice afternoon. Tickets may be yellow color scheme. There was
In CinemascopeCartoons obtained from any C. A. P. mem- the traditional birthday cake, of p-: YOUR CHOICE ,
""itbJI Feature ber. course- After the supper Mayor
Are They Yours Beasley took his daughter and
Coming! Coming! The John Dyes have found a ner guests to see a movie in 30' or 39' Full Size
set of upper dentures in the waters Starke. Guests were Linda An- 4
FOR ONE WEEK of Lake Geneva at their thony, Renee Belote, Julie Walker, HOTPOINT ELEC. RANGE
STARTING WED. JULY 8 beach. While they are of no val- Dolores Murrhee, Carol Warren :.. :
ue to the Dyes. they may be rather Jane McMurtry Norma Valldejuli
Cecil a DeMille'sThe important to their owner. Did and Jackie Fox.

some excited fisherman lose not Morning Coffee For New Neighbor $ 95

Ten only! a big fish but his teeth as Yesterday morning, June 24, 149
rell? The Dye family will keep Mrs. Joe Daurer entertained at
them safe until the owner comesto her home with a morning coffee, 1 189.95
Commandments claim them. inviting her neighbors to meet 21995
1 Former Residents EntertainedMr. the latest new-ccmer in the
and Mrs. Bill Cannon and neighborhood: Mrs. Robert Hen-
children. and Mr. and Mrs. Eu- dry. All the ladies brought their WITH TRADE WITH TRADE WITH TRADE
small children who enjoyed

swimming while their mothers
visited. Official baby-sitter for
USE THE MODERN WAY the morning was Charlene Lamb -

Charles*>.rt. granddaughter Wallenus of Mrs. Live Better ELECTRICAL With

:MrsDaurer's guests includedMrs.
: Robert Edward
Hendry, Mrs.

and Conneen Mrs., Mrs.Ernest Joe Widegren.Pawlikowskl, The Fuel Of Tomorrow TODAY!

Dyes Entertain At Dinner Party
Sunday evening June 21. Mr.
ad Mrs. John Dye and daughters

entertained their friends at an informal .
dinner party on the beachof BUY WHERE SERVICE ASSURED}. f' : -

their home on Lake Geneva. 1 : -' -
There were 22 persons present
including Dr- and Mrs. Harvey
Meyers and son. Matt; Mr. and

More and more careful who look before they Mrs. J. D. Henderson, and daughter -
people
Carolyn: Mr. and Mrs. Al- 9E KEYSTONE
P9
borrow are using our low cost bank auto loan plan. Maywe ht; Valaini: Georgie Peters; Mr. REDFEARN'S S /
and Mrs. Dan Cpx; Dr. and Mrs.
have the pleasure of giving you full details the next Frank Slaughter, and son Ran- { HEIGHTS
dolph: and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
time buy a
you new
car. Slaughter Jr., and Robert Pry-

en.The I
younger Slaughters were i
recently married, and this was an i

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA excellent to Heights.meet opportunity the people for of Keystone the bride'I'I' WITH FOURTEEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE SELLING AND SERVICING QUALITY \:'

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
Rotarians Will Install Officers .
Keystone Heights, Fla. Friday evening. June 26. the '
Keystone Heights Rotarians will i ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES'
Member F.D.I.C. hod their final meeting of the
Rotary year which will be a din- '
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-rn -:; "- V-,:!;; I at 7:30: in the church aUditcri }27.-at 5 p. m- There frill be swim-i'Paul Harvey, who live at the''' ning. I;were George Wodey and daughter 1 David Tate.Duplicate Melrose Seniors Return

KEYSTONE The Carol and Cherub Choirs mmg and a steak cook-out. j White Feather Court. Mrs. Flan I Pay C-- Hughes of Ardsley N- ;Janice Carol Hurst, Marian Bass, Bridge From Nassau
life on vacation until school opens i Sunday June 28, Ui2 Rt. Reverend nagan and her son are occupyingthe Y.'is visiting his'sister'and Sienna Logsdon, Mrs. Dock: Ti- Winners of the Melrose Woman's Seniors who celebrated graduation

HIGHLIGHTS in the Fall.Sunday E. Hamilton West will be cottage next to her parents. ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. bro-I son, and daughters Carolyn and Club Duplicate Bridge were by a trip to Nassau returned -
evening, the Singing I at St Anne's to administer the order Her husband is en a business trip Vogh and :Miss Gladys Irma Jean and Heidi Chiappini.Mr. hgh, Mrs. Jo Bryan and Mrs. home last Monday. The
WI tAAbU&&&.&&&.&&&..A Men will have charge of the music' : o!."C Confirmation. Those-being :o A1&ka. Mr. and Mrs. CF.. Williamsand I and Mrs. Fred Beard, who Frances Givens; second high, Mrs- group left Thursday by train for

I Continued from Page Seven Come and ,hear them.St. confirmed'will'be, Alec Livingston, Billy Cannon Jr., better known family went to Miami where have been living in the Cason Alice Ketchum and MrsHelen I 1 Miami and called from there
William's News 'Nancy O'Connor, and Pamela as "Butch" is spending *fewd1YS Mr. Williams received 'his Mas- house, 'have moved'to Gainesville.Miss Phelps. aboard the S. 5- Florida, Saturday -
gifts of Mrs. M.\ M. Sargent. Boy Now that summer is here, St. Penney. The next confirmationclass this week with his friend ters degree 'in Psychology from Eleanor Miller of Jackson- Marcia Ilillianf, Ralph RoysterTo .
Scouts and Girls Scouts who are William's has opened the annex : will be one of instruction Tommy> JonesButch lives i in :Ar- the University of Miami.i tfle) visited Mr. and Mrs. AndrewP. Wed Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T Fowler -
interested in earning their read- for Sunday Masses, and set up primarily for adults. If anyone is lington. Mrs. Russell Woodard and children P. Dunk last weekend. Miss Marcia Hilliard and Ralph accompanied the 27 seniors
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ing badges will be glad to know chairs for those who cannot find interested, he is advised to con- Mrs WH.. Cleveland and her Mike and Shelia recently Steven and Mark Williams, Royster will be married in Melrose as sponsors. Other adults who
that the library can supply plentyof room in the pews. Last Sunday tact the vicar, Rev. Breyfogle, the laughter Barbara and son'David, visited Mrs. Woodward's mother, sons'; cf Mr. and Mrs. C. F. WIl- Episcopal Church Sunday. took the trip were Mrs. Flora
entertaining, worthwhile read- we had a record crowd, 25 percent Senior Warden, N. W. Harden- of Riverside, Calif, are visiting Mrs. M. W. Sykes of Island Grove. liams, are visiting their grand- June 28 at 3:30 p. m. Following I Morns Mrs. Lavelle McGee, MrsBeJote .
1 j of which were children under berg, or :Mrs. Baylor, president of heir good friends, Mr. and Mrs.1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cole and 'parents. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wil- the wedding a reception will beheld Mrs. Mildred Worley. Mrs-
ing.Library hours are Monday, 3 vrs- old. I the! Episcopal Church Wom n. M. Beasley this week. v daughter and grandsons of New I'liams in Clearwater. in the Parish House. No invitations Strickland, Bobby Knight, Mrs-
Wed. and Friday, from 2 to 4 p. Tuesday morning Masses inK3ystone We will be happy to have Father Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Whaleyand Orleans, La. are spending two Mrs. C. L. Mann had as Tues- are being sent but all Henry Williams and Mrs. JackContinued
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Heights will be discontinued with this friends of the couple are invited. ( on Page Ten
back
us
Breyfogle ,
children Linda and
m.First months in the Keener home on day night guests her daughter-in-
Baptist Church News during the summer months. .weekend. Jr, of St. Petersburg, Melrose Bay. "law, Mrs. Charles T. Riddling, and
The vacation Bible School last but will resume when schoolstarts Personals 11Yith Mr. Whaley's Tommy\\ Mrs. Keith Miner and daughter, ,grandson, Harry Riddling of Ft. KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE
week was a big success, with the I Thomas husband, Mr. and Mrs. '
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kathy, left last week for their Myers. Harry was on his way to
t. Anne's Episcopal Church
largest attendance we have ever v Men's. Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
Elmore are Mrs. Elmore's parents. Beasley- They also home in Clark, Colo. Norfolk, Va. where he will be sta-1
The initial Cub Scout meetingwill
i:Mrand Mrs. Ira Koerner, and I II Whaley's mother, Mrs. tioned-
had.Tuesday evening, the Worker's be held at the C. J. O'Conner I Mrs. Elmore's neice, Panya Lynch, 'ey of Waldo. 'I Mrs. Dock Tison and children SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
Mrs. Pearl Harris of Welaka
home Saturday evening, June Bobby. Carolyn and Irma Jean,
Council of the Sunday School met on all of Seymour Ind- They arrived Mr. and Mrs. George Schaefer were recent visitors of Mrs. J. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
Sunday, and expect to leave next and daughters, Mary Ann'' andIartlia
R. M. Cason Sunday.
"A LOT FOR A LITTLE" V. Arnette, Jr. and family of.
weekend. Unfortunately, during a Jane, were dinner guestsof
FOR SALE other day, Miss Anna at Cmpville. Eddie Rothhammer. son of Mr.!
'I LAKE LOTS severe rainstorm the McCullough Dr. James W.
Vogh research and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.
large tree in Elmore's yard was Barry's restaurant on Rt. 301 I
a .
HALF MOON LAKE $1,500 I chemist of the Dow Chemical Co-, spent last week in Bainbridge. Ga-I'' HOME ON YOUR LOT
bl"wn down crashing into the top Sunday afternoon the occasion .
PARADISE LAKE $1,750 Freeport Texas, spent the week as a guest of his aunt and uncle,
of the Koener's automobile. No hung to honor Mr. Schaeffer on
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wesley
LAKE $2.350
WHITE SAND -
one was hurt, but it seemed ironical Fathers'!' Day. NO MONEY DOWN '
Building Lots, Lake Access Half Mile from that they drove safely from Indiana Mrs. Lu Nelson and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. and family.
Mrs. Alice who hasbeen Rev R. H. Carr has been
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Heights P. 0. $500 to have their wrecked Gladyce Bachmann attended Inc.
Keystone car a I By: Toney Builders LOW spending the winter with by the Annual Conferenceas
ALL LOTS 20c DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY while it was parkedMr. Retreat at St. Joseph's Academy &n
weekend. Mrs. Lottie Harris, has returnedto minister of the Melrose Methodist BOX 106, UP
and Mrs. Bill Few and in St. Augustine last AS
children went to Jacksonville on The Retreat was for members of Maiden- Mass. : Church for another year. Bowling (seen, Fla.
S. E. M KAY.. REALTOR Mrs. E. J. Hogan and children Robin Williams, daughter of
Saturday to shop, and came home he St. AuzusMne! Deanery of the
of the Methodist Youth Camp at Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Williams, left
with two cars instead of one. National Council of Catholic Wo-
Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 Leesburg. accompanied by several Wednesday to spend the shimmer
Mrs. Paul Flannagan and son nen. They went on Friday after- I
Melrose -- Phone Granite 5-2968 John flew into Jacksonville last .nnn ;and returned Sunday after- I your; people from the Camp I with her grandparents. Mr. and
week from La Puente, Calif to noon. spent' Sunday afternoon with her Mrs. Walter E. Swett of Portland.
parents Rev. and Mrs. H. W.
spend a few weeks with MrS.Flannagan's David Schaeffer, who has been Me.Mrs.
Tyler.The. I Russell Woodard and children -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. visiting! : Mike Siprelle in Jacksonville -
I unofficial total of rattle- Mike and Shelia, and Mrs.
is expected to come home
snakes killed in the city limitsof Dock Tison and children. Bobby
BELOTE REXALL DRUGS oday. Thursday.Mr.
HEALTH FACTSA and Mrs. Bill Fisher andaughters Melrose this season has risen. Carolyn, and Irma Jean, were recent r+
(fo eisht.! It seems they prefer visitors at Daytona Beach-
rt Nina and D ncy, of
recent survey shows that I Washington, D'C.- are guests of town life to country life. One was Junior Woman's Club Dinner r
Announces killed behind Huffs Sundries, Those attending the Junior
vitamin tablets through,
many pass Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams this
< the patient without ever being! week. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Fisher one by the Home Demonstration Woman's Club dinner held recently -
Building. and others in yards. So, at the home of Mr. and
digrstrd. This in reality is "money -! are sisters. ,
New Store ,Hours For Sundays watch those bi bushes, Mrs. F. D. Chiappini Mr.
down the drain." ; ? a rattler were
MrsAnna Jarnos is leaving: This 2 Bedroom Model.
I might call one home. and Mrs. Huntley Redfearn Mr. Lovely $1:Q&5
for six-weeks trip to
soon a
Beginning June 28 Under Chiropractic care the pa Fans who went to the Inter- and Mrs. Vance Powell, Mr. and
tient's digestive organs function.. Scotland.ytttw..att.ratwtwt la"-1 'n--Melrose Junior League MrsGilbert Reed, Mrs. Mary Ann (Without Carporte)
normally so vitamins can be prop Baseball game at nterl McCracken, and Mr. and Mrs.
nKEYSTONE I
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P\G&.TD _. .p--.-- BRADFORD COCXTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THtRSDAY..J'UNE..U. 1959.
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'TTTTT TTTTTTTTYTTT .P T expects to spend the summer. !sate; was preached by Rev. Otis The-Tabernacle KOTtCE TO DEFEND Hart 301 Smith Building. Jackson. i NOTICE TO DKPKTD the Plaintiffs Attorney Chas. R.

.Eons Price daughter of :Mr. T. Jones at Heilbronn Church. la Circuit Conrt. Bradford County, ville.2, Florida and file the original.., !,, Timiit (-.. t.'Bradford Conaty; hers, 20C Guaranty Life Building
,n the office of the Clerk of the ,:
Florida's Jacksonville 2. Florida and file the
MELROSE and Mrs. Frank Price of Flora- Sunday: We wish to thank our The ,Sunday night meeting of I. Chancery. Circuit Court on or before the 1J( Fieridaia n.. ry. original ''in the office of the Clerk

home, visited her uncle and aunt visitors for being with us and. the lJargaret'0. Tice, Plaintiff vs. Neil day of July. 1J59; otherwise the al- Glynn Pojx Plaintiff. TS. BernIce of the Circuit Court un or before
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Price of hope return Gospel Tabernacle was in V. Tics, Defendant lepations of said Complaint will beTaken j i; K"ans!' Pope Defendant.Case. the IX day '.of. July 1959 otherwisethe
they will of
"again'and': charge Morris Brackman Jr. as confessed by you. I -Allegations of said Complaint
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Jacksonville last week. aorain. If yon haven't been to our I Pictures were.shown': .of the Cal- NOTICE TO APPEAR Case Tot No. 12-751 This notice shall be published once! ,I No. 12-';50 wall) be taken as. confessed by you.

[Continued from Page Eight] Mr. and Mrs- Kirby Elixson of church please feel welcome to vary Baptist; Mission m' Veques. address Nell '-.is Tice.: Unknown.whose' residence and each v-ek wet-K in the for Bradford four County consecutive Telegraph I I NOTICE,Bernice TO i Evans APPEAR Pope.To whose: rulI each This week notice for shall four,be published consecutive once

Jacksonville were dinner guests attend whenever you can. Regu-' Puerto Rico in which Moms"fa- I dence and address is: Edison GeorU. Creeks in the TJradfard County Telf'lO"JIpb. .
Bass. of Mrs. Elixson's grandmother -: Yqu are hereby notified that a j f*; care of Eunice Peterson. .
Sunday '
I lar services every Sunday at the ther and mother have quit for divorce has been filed Dated this 4 day o? June 19.OFFICIAL You
are
The students had conducted ; been working hereby notified that a Dated this 4 day ef..Jun*. 1939.OFFICIA1.V5EAL .
Mrs- Alma Clark. appointed: hcur with fine preaching : for the past is xrainst goo in the above named { SEAL* j I I sart! for divorce has been filed ( )
various money-making projects Mrs. Callie Rye and her mother ; 2nd year. Vieques Court and cause and you are required CHAPLES A. DdrtBY.Clerk I tgainst you in the above named CrjLRLEt> A. DARBY.Qerk .
gospel singing.: Pleasenote a little island only five miles to serve a copy of of the Circuit rwt. |I Court and
your answer and '
Conrt.
; cause
during the to their F. I you are required of 'the Clr<
year pay expenses Mrs. J. Herring Sr. were visitors
[ Wednesday:! night prayer wide and 21 miles'long, and is a or pleading to the complaint on J By Marian L. t Vosby, Deputy Me-rk.1| to serve a copy: of your an- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
and that of their spon- in Starke, Thursday afternoon. meeting has been changed from U. S. possession the Plaintiffs Attorney Gerald R. S'll 4t 72 I t i i s.ver or pleading to the compaint on CIII 4t 7,%

ro s. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Jr. of 7:30
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Junior League Baseball Griffin. Ga. arrived in Grandin will be radio into
no choir practice this
The Melrose Junior League ] L-st Saturday night on a visit to Saturday evenin the pimple homes of the, natives

baseball team played its first Mr Ske's; parents Mr. and Mrs.H. The followed up by letters and lessons.

game last Tuesday with Inter- B. Sikes Sr. attractive home of Mr. and This is the part of the work in
Mrs. D. R. Redding was the set- v.hich THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
]la.-hen and won 5-4. A game Rev. and Mrs. R- F. Adams of ting Friday night for a miscel!: the Brackmaris are ,.engaged. -- ss

jilotprl for Monrlav with Keystone : Grandid left Monday for their
laneous:
shower in 'honor of
was called ''because of rain. The i summer trip to Canada. Miss Sunday services were conductedby
Linda
Gaskins
who will
become
boys were behind until the final [ The Vacation Bible School at th* bride of Glen Norman Saturday the Sponsor. Next' Sunday

inning when they came through i Paran: Baptist Church started evening in Heilbronn Baptist.,.: there will be a guest spe aker.>

with three runs. Those making test Monday morning with -good Church. Visitors are always welcome

runs fcr Melrose were Chris attendance.St. Hostesses
for the party were
Snires: John Scullv. Buck Kin, MrsBarbara\ -
vho pitched a 3-hit game, Jim WJIlam's Catholic Chapel Wanda Jean Reddish, Mrs., forever; bless you and youf and Is
EdwardsMiss" Connie I p i ,
especially
Ford and George Wodey. Keystone heights demons : youbye nowOpCE'jO'ttEFEXD .
I and Miss Joyce
Those!; on the team are. Chris Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. TIwore' blue dresses I I- \ t : ,

Snares center field: John Scully Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. H. I had a red Morgan'l In Circuit' ('Q.rf.,.lirndtord County P p
dahlia! corsage .. Florida t In
1st base; John Allen short stun; Tuesday Ma at 8:00 a. m. to Henry Chancery.
those Griffis
presented to Plaintiff, 'Ruby
Linda'smother
George Allen, Mt field: JohnnvPeffan. Confessions before all Masses. TArA Oriffis pefcndant, vs. : Sfiffiffl
i and Gene's mother- Notice ( x y' :
ri ht field: Jim Pcrd, Baptisms marriages and Instructions Red :: To: To.Apprnr Ii
1 dahlias were used in dec- Ruhr Bird Griffjo, whose y
catcher Bob Ford, 3rd base: by appointment. residue and address
orating both Ix- Tnknown
[ the
dining and
living
turk King, pitcher: George Wod- Ton are hereby notified that a < I II
[. rooms and the red and blue twit for divorce has
ev 2nd hasp Substitutes are Kf>n- TRINITY EPISCOPAL color again ,you ,in In-en filed K i' F
schpme the
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was also p.bo"e
carried out named r
t
pph Tom'inson, Richard TomIKson. CHURCH. ]\IE .ROSE in the refreshments." quired Court and cause and you are re- '...4y

:; Walter Wilson. NiHde Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar manor to Sf'n.ea copyof your 'a

('hjo""ini. p.-i ("'''';....''';..; B"- I Sunday-10 a. in., Sunday Many out-of-town guests were plaint: on or the pleading, Plaintiffs to the com
present and Attorney j
Linda
by Tison. David Hammock and School: 11:15 a. m. Morning received many Jl K. P.r-yinar'and flip the orgln) ,
i pretty things. I In the office of the .U L z
Stephen Hammock. Prayer and Sermon (Holy communion -' Circuit Court Cleric of the # i

I each first- Sundavl_ ____u__. _:, 1.30_ i Happy- to adrisP: rarr roorlor* +.lay f-t r..ttlegations "-.. '"on'''-"'"''or i-' ,Pinerwjj'e_before-- the the. 6 ,\ \
.. .... ,. .n U'iPt Warren Johns, son r"M; of said: ,
------- ------- n. m. Young People meet. Complaint will -l' II
r>e taken a" I
and Mrs. E. C. confessed by i.
I [Ernie] Johns you.
Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com :This not"e shall be published '' .. I
F' ,OR A 1-f)1\tf munion. I has: received his honorable discharge tore a n".ek for four conoutlve ;\y x,:, t II

AND GRANDINBy from the U. S. Army andis \\"ff'kll.ln Telegraph- the Bradford County I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH now home. He arrived here Dated this 28 day of May, 1959. .
wYhri:
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS from his base of training Friday 'SEAL) I
Dane CI1A1.Lp 'ak.
:S A/DARBY.
evening. Welcome home Warren. '
Clerk of the Circuit( Court. ;:
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAALAITalmadge J. R. Smith pastor. Raipn Mrs. Delores Carmichael and By Marian U Cri> ;}'." Deputy Clerk. I r'

Copeland Minister of Music and daughters.; Mrs. M. L. Beach and .!:5 U 625. I c
L Drake and daughter -
church -
Beth visited his organist. Miss Sandra Carmichael of Jacksonville la Tie Circuit
; brother Gor- Court Of Florida
Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. : visited I
Sunday with Mrs. Klirblh Judicial.
don of Nashville Ga. Wednesdayof Clrrnll IB Ana
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Carmichael's parents Mr. and ...Bradford 'c....,
last week. la' "* .
Chaaeerr ,
Training Union 7 p. m. Evenings ; Mrs. Milton Rosier :
her
Jfffie
Miss Dorothy Price is visiting; mother Lucille Blonnt, otherwise y'Y x ;f:, : tI
8 p. m. ir.-lawMrs. Inown a? Jessie Lucille
Carmichael aid her Jlobley or
her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs.
retie
Lucille
\! UnUhinsoh
church ,
worship a family two sister-in-laws Plaintiff
and
Sidney A. Gornto of East Palatka. of fair." husbands \'s" Horace RIount."Jefe,nefa nf.
Mr and Mrs. H. LBill[ NOTICK TO
] Reddish APPR\H.
She is expected home this week- .
TI1K VT+TH OF FLORID'Toi g. xT4e ;, :;
and son Kith
'VTVTnVTy r.TTTT.TTTTTS and Mr. and Horpoe. mount whose residence! THE CHURCH FOR ALL d ': .' '"is':''
end.Mrs.. Alma Clark of Florahome Mrs. Freeman Crosby and pt office address lit unknown. o ALL FOR THE CHURCH wf t

was a weekend guest of her rotherfulaw Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Norman complaint You, are'hereby has b: f'n'fi notified against that a t Thr Chard is the (mini factor G. an.. ,An .

and sister. Mr. and lIE lL BROUN r rBy I of Jacksonville were Sunday )ou in the above named ,Court i tarlh, for the building of diwtcler and
wherein
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Mrs. L. W. Motes cf Hollister. .I guests of Mr-, Norman's parents vorce. You the are Plaintiff required seeks to a di good ej";/ nsLip. It n a tlorrhome of

Mr, and Mrs, Howard Young Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman. lour answer or other defenses,file if i i jpmliul; lr.liet.VLtdoat.trongCh.rch. We have'all seer it! That sudden transition from
Mr and Mrs. Tommy Smith any, in the office of the Clerk of neither drmocracy Gar cnilizahoa CMinnie. '
tears smile child the situation.
returned to Florahome l last week I the Circuit to a as a reappraises
.. Court
AAA'1AAAAAAAAaaaaaAAaa and In and for Frad- Then are four toomj reasoMvhy
daughter of Orlando
from a vacation trip to Pennsylvania Howdy Folks, did you miss me 1 and theirniece ford County, Florida, on or before should. attend acrvicesrrgularljr : Do we, when we grow up, lose that ability to
of the State Farm visited the 6th day of July 19;:;9, and at every penoa emerge quickly and completely from every crisis?
last week? I the and dot Chard
Sorry, failed but support They
you same time serve
: a cr.py of the
Miss Beth Drake left last Sat- my migraine headaches become Monday of this week with Mrs. same upon Carey loddard 18 X. W.' are: (I) For tin own lale. (2) For hn Probably not! But our thinking processes become I

urdav for Connecticut where she nrghty time. Tate Crosby. Frst Street Gainesville, Florida, : c"ldrn's MVe. (3) For the fair of hi. more complex consequently slower. It takes us I
severe
some
I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and attorney failure to,for d, the Plaintiff. Upon 4 community and.nilioa. (4) For he wit sometimes days, weeks, even years, to reappraise ft i
-or Glad to report several of our fi<>, a Decree: Pro Con-
daughter. Miss: Judy Morgan and L fe: syiii be entered : of the Chinch! 'i atlf. .hkH: Bet.Js I hn situation. I

Madison Street neighbors are improving from I. their neice. Miss Patsy Cowart Witness' my hand asrafnst and'official you. moral and material 1 support Plan to folo f But significantly one of the common effects of

their recent illness: Mrs. Frank I visited Wednesday with relatives 'seal,t at Starke, Florida, this Zi day church rrgulady tad read your BAlc r religious faith in the life of an individual is a marked : I
May .
1959.lOFFICIAL
Korman and little Nancy Lee, 1 ; duly. t increase in the ability to understand a crisis and
Church at White Springs. SEAL)
Baptist daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. CHARLES. DARBY I emerge from it happily. Those who are conscious of o' I
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Johns were Clerk of ,tfie I the .wer and love of God to have immediate
((900'Block Le?. are both feeling better. Mrs. Circuit Court p seem an
W. Madison St.) Day &*k; Chapter _
E- C. Johns has recovered from al visited over the weekend by 'their By: ;Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk source of courage and hope.
daughter Mrs. Lois 'Henson 'and 6j4; 4t 5/25 Sunday I Samnr 1 1-17
Services Each Lord's Observing this fact the careless thin"of
man
Day sudden illness of last week. AFreda Monday Rrrrlatic 1-17
son, and their son, Clifford Johns ? 2 the Church in time of crisis. The
Crews, daughter of Mr. and IB Tie Circa Court. Eight t RrvebtnoRrrclctioa IS I as a refuge thoughtful -
Sunday School 9:45 A3L and family all cf Jacksonville. rial Circuit Of Florida In ".d Jofl-For ,t st J 7n''I 'fan Iy makes worship and church school part of
Mrs. W. H. Green, has returned : Manuel A. 1-2%
Morning Worship 11:00 AJM. ,Harvey's brother-in-law and Bradford <;>on'r; la ,'( ...0..17.- t "" to her parent's home from St. srter. Mr. and Mrs. I* D. Johns in fTOF'the ST.IHKR. a Municipality Saturday I Samuel 12 1-19 :- each Sunday will shrink every crisis conquer every

Training: Union 6:45 P'I.E'enL'1g Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville and children; of Fernandma Bead Florida County* of Bradford State of ) fear.

Worship 8:00 P.M. after undergoing surgery. I visited "us recently. I Petitioner ..,-,,.....- ...rv w.vx
Mrs. Crews, her husband Rev. I >*.
PRAYER MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Moore STTB OF, Ff.OHHlA. and the Tat .J&r *V CopT"tf If It.KnttH Mr.Stmc.Sirnbarf Vf,
Crews and children will visit her
: win leave this week to visit relatives Payers Property Owner and Oll- PWS "!1
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Wednesday 7:30 P.M. parents while she is recovering. reels of the City of Marke, Ineladinf -- : /
and tour South Florida. !iioll-r *ldNl'. X5/- "._ ... ,.., ,
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Nursery Open For AD Services Mrs. Annie Kelly's son Gene n jert to taxation therein. .
Arthur of the U. S. Navy is still ill i>r (>oiideat*. t ,

w A Cordial Welcome Extended in Philadelphia. Pa. May we remember and family of Zephyrhills' visited URDFRTO To SHOW C.U'SE _- ,"p-. ""':Z"" _:"" : '4 _,a.,:';":,';" :wvbf.;..ara.. .._"..;,.,.;.tVl'' I her Friday evening their The State or Florida. Thronch
To All Who Will Worship With to pray for each of these to Virginia to visit on Airs. Gene way The State Attorney For The Kljtnth

rs.w and for others who are in sickn Judicial Circuit Of Said State The'eaeral

n and pain throughout our Kelly's relatives. era ('Uluaiwad Property O ioera, Taxpay These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
Other
J. H. Mr. and Mrs. L. and llavingr Or '
R.
Mabry, Jr., Pastor land- Morgan Claiming; A.y" Rlght.: Title Or 'Interent -

., mes- daughters Joyce ,and Judy,vi.sitedrelatIves' In Property To Be Affected
An inspiring Father's Day
in Cedar Key Sunday. By The J.c-e B.Tile City Of
MarLe, Florida Of Bond Herein,
i Mr. and Mrs. Lester Minton and after More Particularly Derribed, GASOLINE JOHN A. TORODEDISTRIBUTOR .

I son of Indianapolis Jnd. arrived Or To Be Affected la Any Way GREASE.

f FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke Sunday to visit Mrs. Minton's Thereby You and each of you are hereby FUEL OIL FOR KEROSENEI..UBRICATION

: ,parents Mr. and Mrs. WH- required to I.appear on the lath day
i" of July. ISoJ>> at 1:30 o'clock p. m.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Green. I btfor.th... Circuit Court of Bradford ffl MINERAL '.
Mrs. Mary Jane Kite of Jacksonville County Florida, at the Court House

:" I Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town is visiting her son and i in why Starke the prayer, Florida of,the and Petition show cause filed OILS SPIRITS i

daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Lite in the above entitled proceeding '=
11 Phones Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 -
f' : Kite. should not be granted and the bonds ?
,. therein described and the proceedings
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 CO A.M. 8:00 P.M. Little Mike Norman son of authorizing the issuance thereof FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES ,

'. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman validated! and confirmed, said ;

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. was taken to Doctor's Hospitalin bonds Twenty-five consisting Thousand of Four Hundred Dollars .

,.. ( Starke Sunday but is reported (14:5,000.00) Natural Gas Distribution FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL 'I
Midweek Service Wednesday '1:30 P.M. released Revenue Bonds, dated June
better and was to be I, 1959: maturing serially on June Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9.2011 Starke, Fla.
Tuesday of this week. May we remember 1 of each of the years 1962 to 1988, I
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU both ..
him in our prayers also.I inclusive bearing interest payrable I
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semi annually at such rate as
: AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Well guess that's all the news phs.U be determined upon tha sale '

... I fo" this time be it God's will to thereof not in excess of six pt ,
.1 centum (6 per cent) per annum rae

" I wore bonds particular being contained description in the of Petition sa t- W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH I

filed in this proceeding.

Florida DONE AND this the ORDERED 22nd day at of Stark'June, I Mayor of Starke Associate. Store

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NEW HOMES ,Si| John A. H. Murphree
Judge of the Circuit Court of -
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of ,
}Florida in and for Bradford
.. County. GEMJEWELRY I
H'Ie 6,25;,:! St 7/9 Denmark Furniture Co. Sam Rosenberg & Sont t

In The, Coanty'n JndgV Curt !. I
And For Bradford County, Florida New and, Used
Starve FurnitureOf
la Probate.
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AND LOTS : FiIe.X*. 1-430 j L N. L. WOODBURN
I IHE ESTATE OF i
JtME AVERT CAR WELL al'tutorsu _
,T' a* JANE H,ITU COCK CARS
WELL"Defaced.OTICE .
> TO CREDITORSTo
I.I.. all. creditors and all pt'ubtls EDWARDS'Grocery J & J FARM HOME
said estate.

[lI.I.l l. FOR SALE notified You and and each required of yoU, to are present hereby and Market Building Supplies Inc. And. Auto Supply'

any claims and demands which you .
I'lli or either of, ,you, may have against
i; I the estate OT'Janle Avery Carew eu. ,
.. also known as Jane Hathcock Cars
I well, deceased, late of BradfordCounty.
IN Florida, to the Honorable HARDY
Theron A. Yawn, Jr., County mad d Community State Bank BROTHERS BROWNLEE
of Bradford 'Oovtty, at his officein

Bradford the County"County Courthouse, Florida in, Starke within Off Starke Motor Company & CHAS

eight'months, from the date of the
tint publication of this notice. -
PARKWOOD ESTATESPratt I Each claim or demand must be In .
-,'
writing and must state the place t '
of residence and post-office address
... of the claimant and must be sworn '
... to by the claimant. his agent, or WARREN'S SMITTY'S
his attorney or it win become void. '
Westmoreland 'and',Jefferson Streefs- according to law. < Grocery and MarketLAWSON'S

;" Dated May 29. A. D. 1J59. .. Shell Station ,
BarberShop
. William T. Berford. Jr. As Ad-
. I mlnistrator c. t. a. d. b. n. of the
:: Starke, Florida I Estate of Janie Avery Care >,
t also known as Jane Hathcock Caxa'weH. -
, deceased. --
" First publication on: June I. 11 59.
To The Eieenur Or A...slets.t.vt TERWILLEGARMOTORS
.t' The above notice must be pn GIB* BROWN'S GUY ANDREWS
: PHONE WO 4-2111 lashed in a newspaper published in
Fradford County. Florida one a ;
u.I.. week for four (4) pubIJ ations. ,nd Born Station Real Estate
of publication will betnrnisht'il
proof (which
::; OR WO 14-8681 I by the paper filed, ba.. t his Your Authorized. Ford Dealer
crtlce. t_ i.t

- THEROX LTAWN" i& I .
1 County Judce ;-k. __
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THURSDAY/'JUNE. ___25.___1959___ __ __un __ ___ _u_ ft.ADfOJlD.COtt.\"tYmlo.1tAtll8TAR.: < A ___ __________ ________ _r, {;1YyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVYVYYYYVVYVYVVYVVYYV ; ,r.n-f
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t cc'ved'! last Sunday when they shipped .at t.r fut: JBajtist Cicfe and Mr.:and Mrs. Marion\)]hostess. at a. stork shower for f$pont Saturday night with his aunt Mr. and Mrs. 7>I J. Dekle

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED visited! the Melrose Baptist Church, .Lawtey, 'Rev. bioley.p.istar McCloud and 'so>.-ol Gainesville:.1 f[I M"S.;- j C. Q. Ducksbury.- Mrs.- Rlcniad'.Jackite -bfo'thcr-ih-law ands- ter, Mr. and of Worthing : prin. .. su-icfty: :
I I II Church.t liberal donation was in an effprTto !help themTith -Mrs. Mffle Fogg of Starke :islt- ; assisted in serving' lIrs. Lewis Martin. Sat Warren
.1 I Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Coral
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD .itven by,the, club members and _their building program.'The err 1erSist i, Mrs." .""Equflla, Rob-;!;;refreshments to the 12 guests end left Sunday for duty in Africa. Gables spent last week with her
aded,to the ;success of the church services .for the ,day close!
I By Ozora J. Step :::= rally'. : which.totaled $528.38. .Holy.: ommuDlon. It was a great' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton }g"mes. Mrs. Upton used dahlias Mrs. R. P. McLcndon and son Mrs.. G. E. Crews-
Our reporter-is attending school day at Ebenezer.'Special..guest was are vacationing. fri Miami *and aid|I hydrangea to decorate the Tommy are visiting relatives in
u,.. .. ... ."....i.. .., ..... at* Bethune-Cookman' and we M rs. L. M.. Royal teacher' .of 7th scuth. Florida"this' week:: '.'" party rooms. Tampa this rreek. Miss Linda Crews of Monticello
> I is visiting her grandparents Mr.
missed! her very much at the grade at R J, E and community 'Mr.. and Mrs. J. W Wise of Personals Mrs. A- C. Belche is visitingher
Lunchroom Workshop cervices with the new cafetoriumat and Mrs. G. E. Crews this week-
I Sunday meeting and the last club leader who took the collection at Birmuignam: Ala. weekend
the Anderson Junior High were .Mr._,and Mrs- Otis Knight and I scn-in-law and daughter; Mr. Douglass] Conner spent Monday
The of
cafetorium personnel meeting. We wish for .her: ; much the, Federation meeting: :The.sermon : uestT ol )Ir: and 'Mrs H"' M. i and Mrs. Robert Turnage of At-
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right with his uncle and
R J E has been studying for the School in Lawtey. Principal C. C. success in ,her $tu$Ues. p.! Marshall was delivered by Rev. Arnold, 19a ctfin. children of Ocala spent Sunday I 1.I Janta. aunt
past two weeks at BethuneCookman Anderson has not yet anncunced acting-reporter. vice }moderator -:of: the' Mt. Sinia i John R. Lefever of Jacksonvillewas with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Greene. Repand MrsDoyle Conner of
his staff appointments for this ad- Cay Alvarez; of Palatka spent Starke.
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College. Daytona Beach, to I Fourth 01 July'Scoot Outing Association. Music was furnished Sunday dinner guest of his Dale Knight returned home
improve techniques in lunchroom dition to the school program. According to by the combined choirs, of .the brother nd "ainfly Mr. and Mrs. Sunday after spending a week at '. ie weekend with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Merz nave
: Scoutmaster B-
Summer Activity Program i I T. Federation. Ranell English reporter Tom Lefever. Silver Springs attending the 3"d Mrs T. G. Alvarez just recovered from mumps and
management and services. Mrs. Marshall, Sr.
; beach I
a is '
outing conference. Mrs. Sherman Crosby I now M C. Roberts is suffering
Alma Royal is The third week of the summer being '. 'Jimmie Stalling of Orlando Christian Church Mr. and
Jenkins manager sponsored by Boy Scouts "
Warren I and children visited her uncle and I M-Sgt. and Mrs. Tim
attending for the fourth summer. program will end Friday with,, a helping some deserving scoutsof Bethlehem Freewill Baptist visited this community last week. r

She will complete all the_offerings record breaking enrollment. The Troop 71 in the interest of Rev. L. McKay* ; pastor held regular I Mr.and Mrs. Austin Kelly and .. '.,'.,'.y' _.,'.' .>-.n;';..->....."..,...."'," ,_, .v.w........-.'. "<"".,.":;....:_.'iim'.:: '<1::.: ...""...:.".'l't:.>..?M \rs _....-..._.........;7.. .....-..:,_.. '_..,..."--.p.4 .. .. ""' -
at Bethune-Copkman this sum swimming program as usual is, to,to camp on July 20. The group pastoral services all, day children of Jacksonville were Sun- .... <<:.\{, W: :. :}V : --ft"; [ : :: .\'.. .,. : --f.:: : :; : .r'. .- -"".';.'!. ._' x .'
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I mer. Mrs. Ethel[ Young attended thp, greatest attraction. At.R J E is also.. being helped by American Sunday starting with Sunday I dav :guests of his brother-in-law ..n..",.;;;:,".". cyew'r.' ". 'i..t-.....', <,',.*-?.:.:.."....;:.,:,;,'.::,"'.x#-.;:"' 1"::3'::"<''J.-;*,;;::"" i -'....--t:., .tl.. i<>..'' t.j"....;.,....:.,''S ,..", .<:' -!;'-'- ;::t !: :' '
test there_.are,, two : a Srhrol. The morning ',,: sdelivered' and sister. Mr. and Mrs. George W"'.:!o", t.: .vI:. busload message :
for groups
the first .. ., "
time. Post 3J4 < .
summej 1 Legion Julius Royal .". .....,.{\.::..:<. 'v'- ..")'..''..'.':,r-. .,... '.:..,.", .,".. .... : !t
Mrs! Charity ,Williams of ,Brooker for.Monday, Wednesday!! and Frig. Commander and Auxiliary of by the pastor.' We' are )Divers- ;v '. :;i1>':: .f; > 'W. ... ,, i tt: Bi"------fl; :
) ha3 day_and another load' on Tuesdayand still in the midst of building.l Robert Cain with the Navy ... ,"' }
our .
:1 attended 'several summers. Post 314 AITS..L, M. Royal presi- ..; :::._ :'> '. -<:<>::: -=>: :;; ',: ; :;
u--.. 'Thursday. All asked program and the of I stationed 8t".Jacksonville.. ... :<:t,.>> : :: ;.. ::",3 .. I't
Truelove Smith of Lawtey,: pupils are. I dent. ,Many great projects have we need help spent ><-..":, fcl1't'i._ .: :: ,- .t ,
i'n aitcnxjflwrcijor> the first' time to return to the school after been sponsored,under the leader- every perSon i in'Starke interested' the weekend: with his parents. "'''>... _"'_>f''''''''1'''''; ")
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this: summer in preparation. for,j .ncJ1.J9Z; :.the, afternoon activities-.1 ship of these -three- people. Parl l in the. upbuilding': of Gpd's King' I A *. and Mrs.}Horace _Cain. .' :;.2- .-
Mcnday a teen-age hop. will,beheld I enjs\ and relatives of the scouts (dom.: Please visit our church. We i 'Mrs. Kate Starlin! is visitin t

from 7 to 9 p- m. The movie are..Iii ifed.yo.be guests to But- pbserve the following schedule relatives: in Jacksonville this week.Mr .
I
WHy' f? LjjShown each Tuesday afternoon I lers Beach eight miles south of each: week: Man T:30 p. m. Faithful and Mrsl. Carl Jones have.

PAY RtT? at,R' J E and Wed. afternoon{ at I Augustine. A full day of fun isbring Few Club: Tues.'t:30: p. :m. returned:. fjo.pi a,,weeJt's visit with

Lawtey.' Arts and crafts, music : planned. The bus will leaveR Choir Rehearsal; Wed. 7:30 p. m. relatives in Tampa.e .

I WILT; BUILD HOME and; gameswill be held dlrjn .! eJ J.'E'. early Saturday morning Prayer meeting; F i. 7:30 p. m- ... .
other afternoons of the week.. July 4. not later than 8 a. m. Prayer Band. The: "I Cap Circle.. :. YY TYt
ON YOUR LOT The summer program will con- : perhaps 'earlier. Parents are asked meets every first and third Saturday .

tinue for five more weeks ending to pack lurches for night. Every Saturday- th ; ; fJ ft1 <".],,-...,.S,
No Dawn July 31. It is still not nchoir sells in '. ", =
Payment. too late to;. who go on h"trip as they will the interest of thebtt.khng' : .>.

I I enrolL be away all day! Chaperons will fund. All mrmbers"a d .cBJ.Airs.! :0. P. Crosby .. ;...
TONEV; HOME' BUILDERS, Carnation.. Cull; include members of the American friends are asked to come out and AAAAAAAAAAAA '. J

I Inc.* The Carnation Clubf>held the; Legion Post' and 'Auxiliary... Staff patronize us. Mary McBride. re- AAfAAAAAAAAChurch ,'. ... .. "F.T4rf. .'
regular meeting this week at the I reporter. porter. News =a jt.

:I Contact RAY,FORTH home of Mrs. Pauline Marshall; of I Hospitallzed; uI*n Chapel AJVI.E. Church ,.VacationBible..School: closed atRaiford r..' .../---

I *. Peasant City. She was a very I We regret the recent hospItalization Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor. Baptist Church Sunday .
,
: PHONE 4123 Held special Fathers Day .Serv- oath csminencenept : ..
; .
I gracious hostess and.sened a of Mrs. Janie S. Mitchell of ; exercises. En- t. 4 Ty
meal. President W. I 1 ices, parting! ..with-Sunday School I rtDment was 70 with an .. x
Keystone' Heights :Fla. delicious South ,St *ke sod Mrs. Grace averages : .'.. .. : ..J L' .
i I .. '", Crocks :thanked all the: members. s_ Lct g. .,Both.patients; are at Bradford at_.lO.a-:,m. Supt.. Irene-Thobaa s attendance of 53: w.. .; ._ _'

: ,, .... for the very fine cooperation ..rer in charge. At 6 p. m. a special ;.Rev. Marvin Steadham, field
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I ; County,.hospital and doing
-,' .,. .. _... message war delivered by Rev. missionary pf Palatka.. was the
i FOR- -.h'" '1 nicely of,at.this time. We wish foreach l'e0r'ge W. Lee. pastor of two.lo- gjicst :speaker .at.-the monthly On the Ohio Turnpike,-every mile is @@Im@ rn rn
DEPENDABLE PLUMBING them a speedy recovery.Ityrs. .
; gal churc, aes- A very fine response mass meeting held at Ballard
AT ECONOMICAL PRICES Long is a '.member; ,, of.IJbene- leas! erven" bv all-the members at Baptist Church Thursday. Emphasis
.. w;, Baptist Church> ,. '. ftnd. a this pm .member ,of Uie.- Carnation 'Cluband. ken and members of AnttocnBajptist ?
CALL : .. rtcea cwhich; t exceeded form.eraHendance } = .= the paving material with "moving park"
; Au\ J-esion/ Auxiliary.Mrs. Church came along with records with 210'present ... no

Mitchell is Worthy Matron the, poor. Rev. Lee. The program ; _
-EDWIN JOHNSPhone of -Chapter-No 168-O-. to hidden !
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\ : S. was sponsored by theTrustee Tbe church is sponsoring an cause wear
and a loyal member of Mt. Ncbo ,'
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Board. "Prof. EddieTncimpkins. adult
I Baptist {, : ; Softball team with J. W. .
WO 4-4975 Vacationinr l Church. ; chairman. ;.Hardin as ccach- Intended men t.1, } =4" *' s." .> $7,181,898, baud en first Is built to tear lit a

(Goldwire Seryicenler, Next to .Winn-Dixie) little Mi ionarv mp'tinill be-hel d h6uld contact Mr. Hardin.Mr. 'Fliriibte'dark pavement hot cttt estimates, was saved by not to flu Other pavernedts:
Yvonne Williams fondlyknown nt the church Sunday at 5 PJ,m.fjSjWcat and Mrs. Bobby;) Stafford moving ports. Movement choosing concr.... And noW wear out lULU as well as tm;
her'playmatcs'as
COMPLETE INSTALLATION to ,"poddLh" ; jGlvens .Js asking all cf Jacksonville announce the causes friction and internal m oin to nonce is running about the surface. That can't happen -;,
I OR REPAIR WORfc is visiting relatives and members to be presentJuricr fcirth: ofCmthia Ann. Saturday a t wear. shortens life. half the estimated cost! with concrete. It's easy
I friends in OrlandoShells the Church; m***: oath Tno<5dy St.. Vincent's to set why, on new Interstate
I .. . ,. of Hospital.. Maternal. Last
:' .I"" f : '- : -' ; '" I I daughter\ Deacon, and Mrs. at 5- p. m. -Visitors; are alwavs. grandparents are. bit and Mrs. '_ year, Ohio's Turnpike Highways and all beavy-day'
I Clarence Williams of Fine St. We welcome) to Allen Chapel to A-i J. Greene arid 8 '" handled some l\M million roads, concrete means thus,
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'<< shiest tribute to 1 miss "Puddin" on the summer "paternal"grand.. .... vehicles-saved money doing economy for taxpayerstoday -
fhej ,
all services. Mrs. J. parents'are : .
E. Givens.. repoiter. Mr.. and.Mrsl, : 'n' l J
program and hope she will soonreturn Stafford'v.. ." .Albert; ;,''o..f )"1i :t.\i.:; .: :? it. There a reason. Concrete and in the Jut"**

a cherished memory to +.. ,,. ..,.". .
Staekg o ,, .. "J
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t Crosbys ,are also >>< :--1 ., A. '..:.
Mrs. Lillie i
t Prrish' and daughters A
\ \ IfF-VIV. SF.RVtnS: K :
Every funeral that we con I M. F. Bradford: County.. Hos. In concrttt, no internal rnovtn.ent. I
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Prjn the -
duct f fsa. .of ; during pasweek. pital. '
I source sustaining 1612 East Cat snlai Drtn, Orfanft, FtetU
solace and 1 Mrs, Parrish a native of Revival: Cervices: will begin at i Stork / Pavement, is rigid,.stable, ,
t tion/ t04he.fflmHy spiritual. in.spira- ta e. Sheirepo Wct a'pleaaan I\tt ffeel nSaPtLst Church I <31irs..-Showery It.: E. Upton .* ,stays, flat 50 years plus. aoitonal wIani1otaon to 1M esUad 111..410 -M, I
J visit and marveled at the growth night June 29, and will continue was. a rep e.nt

I and development of new homes each evening at 7:30.
Hundreds of details are managed and economical I 'If:::
.
I in tarke. Sfie is the aunt of Mrs. Homecoming Day will be on i r- L -
ly attend d\ojhat.: only a trainedajid! ; careful I t ;
? !Minnie.BelL Wheeler. r Sunday, July 5, when the; Brad ; I
organization can perform when the urgent need IIrr"tn" Of..JrJicho .I ford-Union Sinters: will meet with II
for serving, is, at: hand.DeWJTT :Ruth CourtNo.18 of.the.Hero USe Rev. Jack Hall of Green Cove I

t inesot.Jericho.orill, hold [regular Springs will be the evangelist.y1 : : FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

I C. JONES m2eUpg.at. MasonlcUalloWednespay. Everyone is welcome to attend all J i .

I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE July 1,. at 4.p. m. services.LAWT1TE. .
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PHONES: WO 4.26.00 WO 4-2610 This ,is. a'very;Important meetingat STATEMENT OF CONDITIONJune
,which time the election of officers CHURCH OF CHRIST
I W* famish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept ,will-:be.,h ld.',AH,."membersar \(presently, meeting in City Hall) 10, 1959
\ ANY life insurance policy in force issued by ANY company, as to(recognizethisas.GjV..-?. SUq y-*Blble' study 10 a. m. "

payment in jit or"in full on funeral services. Consultation orders,- fail not;>business of ,vital worship.: 11" a,,m.'
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I carries no o ligatlon. importance- We expect some of '..w1ng-Young, people's Biblf .

i lour Grand officers.. Deputy Fr a. ttpdy.7: preaching. 7:30. ResourcesL.oant .
tier ,Wednesdaj-Bible study 7:30
is expected to be present and I I ,
t in-iy take charge of election of P.tnR. : -
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tI P/ !, n officers.-Mrs. Sophia Royal Most dio gramStatioJ! and Discounts 1416200.68 I

I -Y Ancient Matron Amandalene QVRGR Mcaday? 6:30.. a. m.

r: tr This battery carries a Chandler Attention All reporter. .AIR ,PARK BAPTIST CHURCH -.Banking House, Furniture &. Fixtures 13,927.47 I

Reporters I
I toc al t During the month of July an Sunday School 9:45 a.:m.; Morn Other Real Estate Owned 38,000.00 I!"
ing,Worship .11..a. m. Training *
news will have to
I YEAR WRITTEN : reach the homeof II"
Union 6:45: pm. 'Evening Warship -
t 1 your correspondent Supervisor Prepaid !p 1,401.61
I t r ) Shell by Saturday noon. if 800 p. m. Midweek Prayer es. I
( you expect it to appear in, The Service: Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I ii
; ] Telegraph the following ThursdayThe Everyone.wel me. Other Resources 295.52 I

w ARRANTY'! editorial staff at the office I
l wljl be unable to handle your BAPTISICBUltm; BRARADI Accrued Interest & Income ,

material in our column, if it has !: Receivable! 23,759.06
School 10Q, Morn- ,
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I not been processed through ,this Sunday a.- m. 'I
office..*We will tog Worshipi .11*.Jn.tffraining: '
appreciate your U. S. Government Securities
1869041.40
\ Unions 8:30-pma; VMung Wor
cooperation in this change ,forth
, ship. 7:30 pxm. _:RerVBllly: BnrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- I
thanks.: month of July only.Many. ant..easier\ Florida County! &Municipal i Bonds 363,406.66SCr.State&Mgnicival

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I ) r CHURCH :NEWS itlrfltt ttnrtimr# .t.vv
Ebenezer Baptist Cbarch ;; (; l Bonds 200,458.72 Ii


II I I t f heldregular Rev. E. D.services* Robinson.'aU.$:f.pastor;:Sunday (CiR1NH.fA? Cash on Hand and, Due From: s .. ,681.6,4 2,748,347.48 I!

starting with'
Sunday School
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I. I rt'a: : aV 10a. m. SupU }{(mYJ.BryantIn t' 4 .Ktn@1 TOTAL .
charge. $4,218,172:76Liabiliigs
Morning devotions lead .
by 'Deacon ijlosea .Hawkins,-sermon < .
I t bv they pastor. During.F the Eddie.l ,and:.'Diaaaa Starling of
\ morning music was.f11rnisted'Y Princeton are 'yisiting their

grandparents,',Mr. and Mrs. H.F. .
the choir withMrs-
: E.\Mack in

I t1uor70" cJtarge. The; sronpwelcomed'thepianist .;,Starling .
; longer back afteran i Rhonda a rankle Stokes of ..... ,
. 1. --- ... several months. ;illness of. Starke :yisite I'their grandmother, :. rvwtal I"-S ock : $1 QQOO.QO

t Nilds water just. 3 times a yem At 3:30: p..m.,the Federation of Mrs. Edward Broughton during .. J I
Churches metwith--President-E. th e'weekend. Surplus 200,000.00

"CItM$4 'cant SW! Toms) p,.Robinson tin ch>\rgej'bC.minutes Mrs./.John; McKinney had an II I

r "..IAN tMfJ IRoiyr battery nlptowe"ent" 10 boy' ,-of the :Jast.-meeting ,wtri. operation on her left eye last Undivided Profits.! .30,4315.65 380,435.65 !
'IWikt l read by J ertis j..Robinson,' secre':' Saturday. She is doing fine. Ii
I *$Q0qr lades which CGllIoM.P$ '*6*
i hiss shelf them the Service tery and were received and adoptd. Guests of Mr. and MrsJohn Reserve for Contingencies I II :
beffr*you,buy. Cities dry. ..' New business MqKinney during the weekend ; 113,076.39
) : t+orgtd "Tri Mtetery is-obsoMtry factcVy-fresH Included ii.ro- wes'eMr, andrsVrL. McKinney i I
vi:ioo.Jot sicktsmembers 'rtf' the. I I
: ....beeonst..__.the_. ......t:\ HP: "a o".f' '' .E'U'.....il9 ... Federation & tvell as deceased\ aadc,: ildr.ae 'ow, Wnesville. Mr. Reserve fprTqxesj Interest, Etc.Interest 54,669.23

: ittstdled yaw tor! ones. A total of $46.05 was raised. and Mrs. Austin Fowler of Orlando .

When ?ft ti teQttrbgr Kinney of Stark .
.$d i.e 4otio*, the drJchor.dTriFill' EoHtrywotsf had been d ducted..
steeds The Federation' \ ,is still open' for 'iWeekendBnests' bf Mr. and Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable 1,000:00.Depooits :
only Art fae .o yegr t 994 }Jqjfc p membership other churches.The Mrs. John Suzrency were their !I'I

to 7W tongtr than oldrylt barterm.i fee Is sr-n-hi-law anti daughter, Mr. .
,- .. 3 joining $; If you.Irt : ale 3,631,040:70 I
:
ard" Janmie mist of La-
I! nt* rf financial a;sistanee let Mrs. !

the F deraton help you oy.joining .
with us onthe third Sunday in : II
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L :( ') August! at Antioch' Baptist WILLIAMSth .TOTAL $4,218,17276 I:

tIAH-AtLOWANCI, Church, Rev. George Lee Pailor.It .

was agreed that ..the mo n ,. I:
tot-YOIIR. .'A JJJyr of.July vail vacation. for Red IEWf18Y .1
eration In favor of the Sunday :

I z l 1i/ School and. B-'F: :U, ConvfottOU : III
WATCHES = DIA5IONDSREPAIRS
which will convene at Ebenezer
FLORIDA I il
SILCOX Baptist Church on the third Sun- .
Ii dav in July. All Work Guaranteed
,: Pastor Robinson is announcing l
I a-meeting oft the Executive Board A. C. Williams WMK: ( AT: STARKE ::11

CITIES SERVICE. tonight [Thursday! so that this,, 142 W. Call St. ''I
pne jpf :8 Ba of the' National .
will be the greatest convention'in Starke, Fla. lej Florida Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.t 1 I

the historv of Mt. Sinia Assomtinn -|I I ,
, : '705: Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.Jft : Aueih irteL Formerly. Roberts. Jewelry. u.'J it!!
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! BdADfOiW COUNTY: TCLLCRAPn. STARKE. 1 LOZIIXU THURSDAY. JUNEto. 1459FYYYYYYY
JPAT.E TUT.LVE
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r .... left for a three day visit with] children of Atlanta Ga. visited Melvin Spconer and .children accompanied the Hicks road, to California-1, .

?lr. and Mrs- Lyon Crosby and the Clyde Cone family Saturday. I her home for a visit. They have leased the farm to Mr.I

im \Mr. and Mrs. LarrY Crosby of1Greensooro. {! Kay Townson of Hawthorne is I Mrs. Barbara Leigh and children -,.and Mrs. Durwood Dortch and 1
BROOKER
t j spending Monday in Breaker of Miami are visiting her I'children of Waldo, who plan to

I Luncheon guests of Mr. and visiting friends- It 1 parents. Mr..and Mrs. T. M. Stephens move in within the next mcnth. >I
Barbara Sue Davie -I I Johns is here visiting
By rirs. Calvin Johnson Sunday were! Ray and Melissa Ann Gano of Bobby .

,"......6-&"...!.....&...... Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters of j Swan Lake spent the weekend I I The Young People and Inter Ms mother. Mrs. Wallace Collins. O .

Dundee. i with Mrs. R. F. Gano. : mediates of the Baptist Churchare Grady Simpson and childrenof ___. 't
Mr.and Mn. O. W. Davis and Dade City visited here last
I' Visiting Mrs. Mott Sunday were i R. H. Green Jr. of Brooker is I I going on a moon-light cruise .
I week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe .
Dickie Davis were boating and. Friday. They will depart from in '-
executive meetingof S1Q2.7S
the
attending! I to Fads
UD om ,
Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mctt and I I R and children.l Mr. Simpson slI 11I11I S6Z 011 ottw ICCeSSOr1II .we.FrMs i vP4Sere
op.
front of the church at 4 compelltor.oj .'
Durtst
picnicking at Santa Fe Lake Sun- J and Mr. Clay Electric in Ft. Myers. p. m, wKBaily UStS hnc*at barnJ. (
Gainesville .
I children of returned home last weekend and 'n a Fairtanc 500 wltt.IIeler, -----.... A
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott and i .
day. | Waters of Dundee. Friday. .: and automatic transmission;
Mrs. R. J.
I !and the children remained for a visit ... WSZ19J5
Save hiss that weds
I OR body
Mrs. Byfcrd King and son Lloyd adh all COnditIOn!'.Toe aA aav 'une ..:
, Mr. and Mrs. RJ.. Waters of Recent visitors of Mrs. Mae Beverly Ann Green is vacation- vacationed in Illinois and re- with the Roops and with Mrs. ... J.l..
: Mott were Barbara Ann Tilghman :ns in St. Petersburg with friends
of Starke.
Dundee were over-night guestsof turned Monday. While there they Ruth Ccgdill Mr. Simp- t
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Davis Wednesday I I': and Susan Wait of Gainesville and and relatives this week. i son is a brother of Mrs. Roop and rw
visited Clarence.John, and Caleb
Patsy Nickels of Starke. I I l Harry Green spent last week Mrs CogdillMr. -
and Sunday. Thursday. the Lowry of :McCleansboro and Irma -
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Plumer and i I I at the 4-H Camp at Cherry Lake.I and 8 W. A.
Waters and Barbara Sue Davis I rs- English
j Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and her two Pierce of Ewings, Ill Accom-
and daughters of Cross City
''Fons visited Mr. and Mrs. N. J. panying them home was Harold
Thomas of Tallahassee Monday. King, who has been attending the visited! here Friday and Saturdaywith
Factory Prices I University of illinois. MI'. and Mrs. J. J. Smith
Mr. and Mrs- Aubrey Hazen and :
and Mr. and Mrs. W.
McElroy
I sons visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M.I Mrs. Lottie Dauphin of Coffee
1One i i Hazen: of Gainesville Sunday. [Springs, Ala. and Mrs. Lavada ard family. The two English girls

Linda Gaskins- Starke visited "Wyse of Jacksonville were last remained in Hampton for a two-

With Each I Glenda Parker Saturday afternoon weekend guests of the N. J. Davis week visit with their grandparents -
Quart FREE I Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Sm on the!
One buy family. C. D. Dowling returned kll"-capa.lt+ ,.standardtwci
or Gallon you Mrs. G. W. Harrell and daughter with them for a two week visit in1 I alkN i$w.starbnt
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Joan of La Crosse visited Jacksonville.Mrs. .1
Sa t ip to*55 a rear rM wwtd a.si if W .rtlwl
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker Sun- Eva Crowel and Mrs. Mary LONG BRIDGE a tqubt tas and oil cor.The Coin*dub Vteion*-p pSSZ
day afternoon. Trual of Largo are visiting JAr. .ore MM.FvclaM XOS '-

.. 501 N. W. 8lb Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588 Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis this AND NEW RIVER

I and children of Alachua had sup- week. f.d a eo rp r* I /
I Mrs R. F. Merrill a rlatw.n wp yu I i.+o/ fins
PT with Mrs. H. E. Stokes Sun- family are Jimmy, Eloise Louise,

Visiting the Fred McDavidand ..&..&.......AA.........
day.Rev.
-r That's Our Businett I. T. Temple of Monticello Glenda Sue McDavid, and

We Have Itl I visited Rev. and Mrs. James L. Tinker Bennett of Pompano.Mrs. Marklee Moody's mother, Mrs.
U It's Glass Rachel Hodge is in Put-
Mr. a patient 1 JZ1MtWiiflIUE'I.tta $
VISIT Temple. : I. T. Temple was Carlson and daughter.
CALL WRITE or nam Memorial Hospital. Palatka.
the guest speaker at the Brooker Nancy, of Pompano
were
over-
Also on the sick list is A. L.
Baptist Church morning services. night guests of the Fred McDavid
Joe Peters Glass Co. Fish Fry family Turner.
Miss Linda Cook of Jacksonville
The Baptist Church sponsoreda Myra Parrish was Friday night
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe I a fish fry for the fathers and over-night guest of Marcia Green- 13 visiting: the James Lavender

Design Modern Store! Fronts !rons': Friday night. Approximately She accompanied the Wilson family this week.

Just Mail Us A Pattern for t twenty-five fathers and sons at- Green family on a picnic to St. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Raulersonof tt"' U.'L! 'v.r oTOWW .\\mqrsTS ywmwGwmyr* j 'l'Httt' t w SQ wwgtT t !
tended. Au *ustin*>. Jacksonville were Sunday night r nitwm.DLr "*a?
Table Tops The fish; and hushpuppieswere Mrs. Effie Parrish, 'Miss Etta and Monday fishing guests of the 9* flU icrcrs wear r ::; EXTU EUT niMt 'G ria MUFTUI CHECK 5 5 5 < lrt.W *!s
2-1353 Of IE* CU FKTt % M F..*..Wk<..M $ l.ddr..Rrss. ;:.
FR. cv iZ All aM ,
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone by Rev. James Joe Moody family .. + *
prepared I
I Nettles ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Par- X HM aw.w M rf Ml lul -- 'C"s_ .. :: wn..Mriat IMI...
.y. Temple with the assistance of I rish and children Wayne Black and Sandra Holt --.sy.Y r__b ::::: :::; h MM tm OK ixwM. g_ ;::r ""'* *a ere. a..IIe.4. -
of Orlando re- "" ....,...'.JQWarO -'. s.atMataosWb :;: "--, wdeau.e.1
John Green and Terry McDavid. cently visited Mr. and Mrs. are spending this week with Mr. () q 3 c (1 l}
Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonvillewas Parrish. Guy and Mrs. Burtis Hull and daughter ::;7 drl.ditl! i'11YRt1 'd. I.f.E:111 Yim'A\ .t1t\ 1 :J:: h11..I!I\\\ '}i \\\\\lt.\ J.JCS111fttidtt ipillitt. iaDa!<

MANAGER FOR the weekend guest of Mr. and The young people of New River of High Springs. i's Dividend Days : : : you can save more than"I.""' .. ,/ -f
LOCAL "* C.(W IC Ill
n'nbefore 59 Ford. Get trade-in > "
on a our special 7 /
Mrs.. Bob Thomas.Mr. Church enjoyed Thursday was a day for rattle
a picnic and
and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas skating party snakesMiss Ida Merritt killed di\idends... plus the dividends that go with own- V Tale ff\ d't.tlltfl
Monday night at '
and son,. Ronnie and Douglas Lake Butler Lake. re _with six rattles and a button. ug the world's most beautifully proportioned car. Cx >i

Jim Waiter Corp. Conner'of the State Farm visited while it was crawling across the \ DIVIDEND DAYS AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and .....yyyy.............., road near Long Bridge. James -

Meed Lewis of Starke Sunday. Lavender got one with seven rat-

Linda Sue Thomas returned HAMPTON Pt! tire and a button also near New

'"World's Largest Home Builders" home Saturday after spending the River. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

week in Gainesville to take a Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shivers
By Jin. D. E.
journalism short course. She inn have a pretty new red and white
: 206 'V. Madison St. Starke Florida Phone WO 4.3381
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WILL BE IN STARKE "isited Elaine Crosby of Starke .,AAAAAA LA.A&,&A... U lt/ boat.The

Sunday. Lavender, Shiver, and Mer-
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling, Vacation Bible School at ntt families and Mr. and Mrs.T. V Check Your Car V Check Your Driving CHECK ACCIDENTS

: EACH THURSDAYAT Jr. and family of Jacksonvilleand Hampton Baptist Church begins O- Cook of Jacksonville had a
I tomorrow
; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genoaveand 2G] _morning______.,__Friday June t-jcnic at"/Sampson Lake. Sunday.
with -
preparation day, whichwill
family:: of Gainesville visited
the Thomas families Saturday.Mrs. include registration of classes -

STARKE HARDWARE CO. Groover Thomas spent parade.at the church, at 9 a. m. and a : S The World's First"TURNPIKEPROVED"

Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Thomas of Gainesville.Mr. Three prizes will be awarded at
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TO &:00 P.M.
12:30 P.M. the close ,
and Mrs. Rav Ravmo and of the five-day school TIRESGoodyears

Mr: and Mrs' Flovd Raymo of I.on Friday, July 3, for attendance, '. -

St. Louis. Mo. were Monday guestsof memory work, and bringing 'new >
For Appointments Call Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. children to the school. There will '"'
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JACKSONVILLE --- EV 7-1141 Collector Mr. and Mrs. W. Bushloper be a first, second and third ... now .
nnd children of Green Cove prize awarded on the basis "of. :

Springs and Mr and Mrs. L. A- these three.Working P ,
4.5311"If %
WO to 25
STARKE Davis and son of Gainesville were in Bible school, which give up ,

Sunday guests of Mr. and :Mrs.N. will be from 9. a. m. to 12 noon M
It's A Quality Home J Davis. each day, will be Rev. W. P. Mc- 31p more safemileagel

It's A Jim {Walter Home" Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs.N Elroy principal; Mrs. Leonard r 1 1f

J. Davis were' Mr. and Mrs.J Lyons, pianist; Miss Imogene .
OTHER OFFICES: R. Davis and son of Eau Galhe. Ward secretary; Mrs. Charles .

GAINESVILLE PALATKA MrsH' P. Gainey returned Hicks beginner superintendent; r c
OCALA home ]last week after visiting her MrsDon Hill. 6-7 primary, super- ::

children in south Florida. Mrs. intendent; Airs. C. I* Cooper, 8-9
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--j I primary superintendent; Mrs. W. 7 -
P. McElroy, junior girls' superin- \ but never

tendent; Samuel Cuthbert, junior Fir) better than ever

bovs': superintendent.
Teachers include Mrs. Buford b.y.< priced! .
r h't'
yf lower
McKinney, Mrs. Vernon Forsyth, s.
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"IlLIJ Mrs. Otto Hicks Mrs. Durwood

y k.eS Dortch Mrs. Rothelle Jones, and F: ** 95
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:MrsSamuel Cuthbert. Mrs. J. :

W. Home is chairman of refreshments ?iii xI $ | _

to be served each day by ...:
.. 4 J JN the women of the church. :......-Stn>e ....1M. .5

Commencement program and

viewing of handicrafts will be +

r t ef Friday evening, July 3, at 7:30p. : < *' 'Ss

aej m.. the closing day of the Bible

.' rt school. All children ages three ; GOODliEARTURNPIKEPROVEr

.. through thirteen are welcome to 6 ,
y
r:_ attend each day.

ow r
purchased the Max Peuker home
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t west of Hampton, and has rentedit L LThey're
to Whitehead of Starke, -WEATHER!,

aY ., who moved in last week. Mr. Peu- Q9 .

S.SI ker moved to Starke, to live with built with, phenomenal new
M Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall. because mile
better Coto morr,
VV give txi : '
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Brenda Eddy of Gainesville was chemkab and lower ; doot
tire at a
rubbers,
10U an overnight visitor here on Mon- VN VVN \ than ever before. For a safer They've boatthan "1"Ul.orage !!**

day last week with Donna Faye these Goodyears.
less
\ \ accept of mind.
Crawford. driving peace
1 Proved" for your ,
I Weekend visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Brannen models of Pllrmu'most
near Hampton 1957
....etdrlk' .. Fits pre- h,4tudebak
were Dennis Brannen Mr. gas
Hudson,
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AIR CONDITION and Mrs. Johnny Seymour and a. ford. vlevrolet_ I.- e_ 1.

son. of Lakeland, and Miss Jessie \ VNSte _. .

Mae Brannen ,
Bartow.
costs so little..saves so much Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. Richard 7 --'". ... t ...."",.

.- -.11 ..... __ .. -.... May and daughter and Robbie 1 "f -
shouldn't Barksdale of Starke spent Wednesday 4J Gel safer summer : '
There's really no reason why your family enjoy
1 and Thursday last week
t cool comfort all long. No to suffer ih New driving for low i
summer reason muggy Port Richey with Mr. and .':: as /: /
Mrs. R. C. Williams .
: discomfort and sweltering, sleepless nights. Air condition also 'drove to Clearwater and sons.They 2.00 x 12 firs most elder st as $J J25 a week :. -'

: your home today. Eventually...so why delay Eeach- Models of Plymouth, Ford $1195 \ '. .
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CLtrtoltt Nash. Shidebake .
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and "

.. . . children of Miami arrived last Size 7.10 15 fits I .I..4'r'- .
. . . ; x most
weekend In 3ALL..WEATHER
Hsmpton for a visit Bpre. $
sL 1957 Models of
Dodge,
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: SAVES HEALTH-Filtered : with his mother Mrs. T. P- 1485
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'a Nash Olds( Mercury, Pontiac eHudson.
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air blocks out dust and pollen, Brown
GOING-OUT-
SAVES ,
I I
.r a brings relief from allergies... SPENDING-provide* cool Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- .r.tbusIk j. .. r f WHITE $ i

a safeguards youngsters from I 1 a comfort for stay-at-hoM> Mtertamment. worth of Gainesville were Sun- Size 7.60x15 fits re- .
e "prickly heat"Right temper- Closed window day visitors here with Mr. and marry SIDEWALLS .....h
cent models of Chrysler
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e I ature bolsters appetites lock out street noise*,for quiet Mrs. G. P Wadsworth.A. Soto Buick Olds De16.25 6JOx15 __
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protects energy. .
relaxation. >. P. Mills of Miami spent Saturday '
Mercury, Packard. TUBE-TYPE
SAVES CLOTHING, rugs, ---' a here with
Mr. and Mrs. D.
books,luggage. .because, air 5 ..,- ,- E. Hill and daughters.! .w.....u T 6 -fyrp. pits Ux .eeI ncapp.bl A' e t. .

I free from excess moisture prevents i You one ix many wo'. Marti >
Rhoden
has "
a 1 musty moldy odors and I A ir conditioning' + u' the Biggett \ .. house from its former moved location his MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODfEA TIR THAN ON ANY OTHER?KN0*. rGOODMAN'S ; 0

mildew damage. : Bar gain in your budget... .
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about two miles
"'. east of town toa
and it odds to ltotae'a
SAVES CLEANING BILLS \, :\ lot near Highway 301 west of 1
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because air conditioningcleans '.. resale Dalisee
I i I. Hampton.Mr. r

the air-dust can.t.' '............ and Mrs. Curtis Harlow of
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tl blend with air moisture to -
U.I. =-- Ft. Meade were Saturday evening Statron
a form film of soiL j .-S I
tI
Mipper guests of Mr. and Mrs- D.
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: . . . .Tuu urlek;*. . . . H. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs.. Bar: SEEBER: GOODMAN I I

: ('ttrrlt'&t \.t .. low recently lived in Hampton. '
i1I! Rf > U. S. 301 at Sooth *
your Air Conditioning Dealer Nora Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Httde- .

brand and children and his rno- Starke, Florida .
.' there Mrs. Marie Zentmyermores' :
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.''ed Monday from: their farm boouen ,

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