Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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/ { ;}'F 4. Y7jy.' a, Director Asks No More Free Culverts

t'.,- ,;. r. A, A Doyle Conner Not To Run For Larger i iiRecreationFund i Board Refuses

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. x .3'A Bradford County's- seat in the -? To Raise MillageThe

House of Representatives will havea i,
. "{ ; ? new occupant in 1961. f
'z .. '.. ., County Commissioners Monday held the )line againsta
r# Hoard; of Commissioners
b Who the new tenant will be I
uorninz heard i itv
'"r x,, : a budget request I
was a matter for wlde-open speculation a ,:. \ Sta-rk'e's hare of recreation ; raise in the mi11a e rate a. it squeezed and cut corner'sin

w ,. ,: this week with the announcement ., rx' funds that would increase the a- preparing the budget for the coming year.
by incumbent Rep. ,' .t mount allocated to the city bvj i Sheriff P. I). Reddnh ended up with a $162 increase over

4 Y Doyle E- Conner that he would tMg ,-,.. r $1.14295, :! making the total budteted his present budget of :S60.000 after the Board made him
ti t no: seek re-election. i' ', for Starke $3.242.95. 'i trim approximately Si; .000 off his first request.

[ Conner's announcement was ._t Last year the Commission di- Sheriff Reddish must pay 'alll..xprn5CS
1 I
i. + made to reporters in Tallahassee NOTICE
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;, t .r who immediately speculated that A sided $4.200 between fit-c areas ,|| at the county jail salaric -

the veteran Bradford legislator, of the county with a total of $2.- : The County Commission will for three full time deputies. *

100 going to the two Starke pre- !!' is t 'lcr.and an office deputy _out of
tt, IP57 Speaker of the House, wouldLe iot hold its icgularly scheduledmeeting
dietsThis amount from the : bp budget. Other expenses include
a candidate for Commissioner ;: July 20.
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County allowed the City to use j his own salary maintenance and
ae 'k Agriculture.is known to The have Commissionerpost been Con- tts I I II I b',deted;;.: funds' to employ a I All business before the Board prrating costs of lour cars main'finance -

x.A"r ,,..,. a t ,Y. ,..i ner's long-time ambition throughout full-time recreation director. The) ':8$ cleaicd up at the extra:\: meet-1' of radio equipment and

rising political other $2.100 was divided between :j ;1113 called last Monday to consider !Jnc salary' of a part-time deputy
career. 1
.w Who will bid for Conner's post Hampton. Thcrcfsa. Brooker, and :he new budget. i Reddish said he requested tb!
t bwtith: ) the first three com-i additional; money this year be-
;t t tt trr : in the
: House? Several names The next mc'tinill be heldon
have Jiunitics getting: $500 and Laurtey wise he will have to trade three
-? ,ti been mentioned casually as .!.600 August 3, at 10 a. m. CRTS. buy three police radios and

t .' : ; pocsibilities, but no formal an- Conner t|i Although: no decision was made : wodify one radio and the central
e nouncements are likely to be : !;
4 t S I (US 307 ContractMay --..rfk unit at the jail.
forthcoming until Jan 1. Florida's J by the Commission Monday, m,=m- ,'' ,
: .Ft 't election law discourages:: early announcements net seek another term in the i init .tiers areed that if the.budget was I II The n'!w radios and the Con

; a ,,.t., by proridin that ; he has fitled since 1923. increased for one community it,], Be Signed xion of present equipment are

candidates must start filing expense Although it is virtually conceded I .vjuld be increased to the othersin .rdcd!: a* the result of a Federal

L 17 '.1 statements as soon as they : that both Conner and Hancock the same proportion. If Starke's. j Early Next Year [Communications. Commission or-

state their intentions publicly will make the race, othersare -equest is met and the County I ||dot: that is intended to make way

Conner has held the Legislative also giving it serious consid- increases the budget accordingly; foi more stations on the police
pest since 1951. eration. One candidate Charles its total recreation budget will be' A State Road Department of- I ',ioadcasting network. Conversion

/ 1. r r'b The Bradford solon confirmedhis Race of Winter Haven, has already S6.080.93. an increase of $1,880-95' :irial: said this week that the con-j nrst b? completed bv the Fan of

tt }1jr decision to "step down" from formally announced. Other over last year. : 'racf for four-!aning;; of U. 3- 301 ntiO or non-concerted stations

'. { the Legislature! in a statement to possibilities' are Rep. Emmett Commissioner M. O. Harrellj1 from Starke to the Alachua County : mil have to go off the air.

Tile Telegraph Roberts of Belle Glade, and Assistant i line miht be let shortly after
Tuesday just be- Another ef
said "If we can see our way tot I IJ'a.ise economy move was -
tore departing on a two-week Attorney General George it, I would be in : the first; of the year. footed. when Chairman Harold

y ,f r a ... of speaking: tour of the civic club Owen. Chairman Harold K. faror"t: The spokesman said a right-of-j; j I Vttrriun.>Lawlcn Crawford M. O.

circuit in South and Central Conner has wide experience in greed, adding, "But I don't want way survey now underway should: Harreil and Mrs. Jessie! Chastaln,

Florida. tne field ,of agriculture. He holdsa to raise any millage." be completed in a short time; the'I'I four commissioners pr esent.

., 5' : r rn. According to political pundits.Conner's degree in agriculture from the A report on the use of county After the survey is finished, an I II I lashed $4,000 off the road and

v M most likely running- .University of Florida, served as funds allocated to Starke estimated six months period will Il bridce: fund that has been paying
mate in the Commissioner race II national president of Future year was mad by be required for the search of titles for the installation: of culverts in
City Recreation
., ''"' will be W. R. [Buster Hancock Farmers of America. and is in the Director Bob Benner. who also and purchase of right-of-Ray driveways along county roads-

,,. ,' of Groveland who has also made farming and livestock business as property. I
".., ... I presented the new budget request. Commissioner Chastain put the
-- ---- motions like a prospective candidate a sideline to his insurance firmin
None of the other county com- motion before the board, but was
and is Starke.
: known
Out On The SidewalkJunior on the agricultural post.Florida's to .have eyes Hancock a citrus munities was represented at the x t ; 'r i unable to get a second until Norman -
grower : _
stepped down from the chair
veteran .J
83-year-old former fertilizer]

Woman's Club members WIll have to move out by July 33,1flld { Shop funds were given to Starke: Commissioner! Nathan Mayo. has and a member company of representative the Director Bsnner said that 27 P a'k' r and seconded the motion from

Anne Sncll, Mary Louise Bach- so far there is no prospect I t to Elementary School for the operation officially announced that he will Agricultural Council. per cent ((1141 of the persons registering the floor. The vote for discontinuing -

iiian, Ada Reddish; and Betty a new root [not even a leaky I) of a health clinic, and the for recreation programs,, ;.. ; the culvert "give-away" was

1 Warren portray their plight of uiel] over its head. club also works closely with Six Boys Attend this year, including baseball and ,then unanimous.
toeing "out on the sidewalk" with Since the Thrift Shop provides County Nurse Arlen McKnight in County Principals Teen Time sere, from outside j t ': Clerk Charles Darby said aftet-

their Thrift Shop operation after funds for several charities carriedon providing- clothing for -needy families .. Forestry Camp Starke. \ .i ,the meeting that he would not

July 30 unless some "kindhearted I by the Junior Club, the members in the county. Playground equipment accounting ':1 hare thejinjshed .\} : ready for

landlord" comes to their rescue. are hoping that some owner, Sinca.Thrift6hop: profits. -*""*" .SSix Get PtyRaI" : -f orfTOIBTjftire'tptarspentf, : Ireleast until next week, but said
Sint'e( its 'follt1ding'in '1953 the ot: a vacant building, will come to local high school boys left cluded purchase: of i baseball, some items 'had definitely been
amounted to only $287 last year, .. a'a
chop has'occupied ,this buildingat their ,rescue Sunday July 12, to attend Flort;: f a ... backstop for, use of 'the .Liftle I put into the budget

206 E. Call St., whose' owner Money received from the Thrift members-declared" they cannot da's 25th annual Forestry Train- League, two swing sets, two mirstry -, He said the,Board was in favorof
made it available< rent fr e. Recently ,Shop was used by the club to afford t"o& pay rent; said still have A.new system of paying school i swing sets, and a triple horizontal <. '
nin? Camp for vocational agri- 1. setting aside 19.200 for the'I
however the building has, furnish the lobby of Bradford anything left for charity. Anyone i principals was adopted by the bar unit. t .
cutural: students at OLeno State School,Board at its regular meeting I I purchase of new road grader and
been in such bad repair that County Ho pilal. While most with a vacant building available j j- Repairs to buildings and equip f

Thrift Shop clothing has been cl -thing is sold by the shop for i without rent] for a worthwhile ,Park. j on July 6. m nt. costing $517.89, included repairs .yea two new dump; trucks. This move

damaged = also since Road
\"iJl ForemanR
roof. Due to the reluctance of the\iby the club to help families that Warren, club president, or Mrs.i i Gene Edwards. Percy Sullivan, receive salary supplements struction of tennis and handball ,
owner to make repairs to a rent-I Jose their clothing when burned 'I Robert Paterson, Thrift Shop j figured at the late of $5 for each wnlls at Pratt Street Playground. .9 # E. Jones had asked for three
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I I Harry Loper Charles Crews, Allen ]pupil of the first 150, based on >K trucksThe equipment be paid.
free building the Thrift Shop nut. Last year $200 in Thrift chairman. I Cost of program equipment, totaling -|
.Crews and Arthur Redding. These average daily- attendance. In ,xy-y.kr arf ti 3 '4. I far over a three year period:

Highway Patrol Keystone C of C I Two Get Sentences boys represent both FFA chapters schools where the ADA is above movie$1,103.76.projector Included and bleachers screen +' .y The Board also set aside one-

To Build Station ]In Circuit CourtCircuit at BHS. The boys will attend a I 150.; an additional $1 per pupil for trampoline, and miscellaneous i ',+ : t y half mill of the tax rate for the
the number above 150 will be add ,
Maps Final Plans banquet Friday night, July 17, to I game equipment. ,wi \'county library in order to help
Near Farm MarketBids s the library qualify for state and
Court Judge'John A. H. culminate their week's stay at the -clones-- In presenting the new budget I .
insurance, which is now rI i federal assistance. The library
!For Ski Tourney Attrphree'proriounctsd sentence camp. I with Hartford Insurance requests Benner pointed out that
on a Florida Hichway!: Co- budset item calls for $4.496.09 of
I Monday, July 13, on a local boy I I Some 275 through Wall Insurance three playgrounds Pratt Street
Patrol station to be erected in Future Farmers of Agency, t which $720 will be received from
Starke will be received at the I i The Keystone Hcichts Chamber I';convicted of moonshining and a I I America are registered to attend I was discussed by the board but Church Street, and Ensey Playlot, the city.
were aimed at it
making possible
comiccted of
woman forgery. finally left to
the discretion of
patrol station in Palatka on Au- 'of Commerce will meet at 7:30 the camp which is located just I far children in any section of I Darby emphasized that the half
14. accorrime to Patrol Dilator Mrs- Aline Dalie Griffis, 25-year i Mr. Morgan. The insurance pre- i I
gust II- N. Kirkman. I Monday nicht. July 20, in the Clay: I,old local woman convicted last north of High Springs. During mium, $1731 for three years now town to visit a playground without still allotment to the library

!Electric Co-op conference room their stay the farm youths will being paid is for a maximum cov- having to cross SR 100 or U-'. would not mean extra taxes, but
The county road departmenthas 1 May 22 for forgery and utteringa
S. 301. would
bern filling in a lot Just i to make final arrangements for forgery, was sentenced to nine receive intensive training in practical erage of. $20.000 and covers only j simply: be reserved within

north of the State Farmer's Market I staging: the Southern Regional weeks in the County Jail. Since forest management methods. boiler insurance. Harry Rabb. of Included in the new request was I the present! rate.

on U. S. 301. where the sta- !Water Ski Tournament on Lake Mrs. Gnffis had already been in Professional foresters from the Wall Agency, recommended that $1.468-50 for playground equipment 1 Mrs. Befs Burns, county librarian

tion will be !located.! The FHP I jail nine weeks awaiting trail, she Florida Forest Service, the Uni- the insurance be increased to aSlOa.OOO $485 for major improve- Mid last Reek that the library -

Indicated sometime ago::: that a I Geneva, July 24-26. was given credit for time served versity of Florida School of Forestry : maximum at a premiumof ment of playground equipment, would! now be eligible for federal

station would be built'here if the i! The tournament as usual, will and set free.Richard and private industry makeup $2900 for three years. This inC 934.50 for program: equipment, For The Birds I funds which would] match

county would furnish a suitable ,be the second largest in thecountry. Collins [flJickl! Smith the instructional staff. "easeVOUld also include explosion and $354.95 for office equipment.The the county funds. The state will

piece of ,::round.It I being; exceeded only by 15-year-old Starke boy convicted' Forest products industries In pipes and fireboxes as well director was told that office Charles Schaefer, 9, !is trying* but up approximately 25 per cent
is assumed that work on the as .boilers in school buildings. ; equipment could not be paid to make up to this baby mockingbird
the national championships. It is last 11 for of thoughtout the state pay all the of the
May possession same amount.A
for by the County. but that the '
accept to'
patrol station will begin shortly I Board members voted to for a hard day. According
from six to moonshine and still equipment, operating expenses of the camP. II
aver the contract is let. expected to bring the Teacher Career Increment County could lend the recreation Charles, a "birdnapping" craw $1,200 increase will be >given
which is under the direction of I
fined $500 or six months in t
eight thousand visitors to the was the Florida plan drawn by school personnel. department a typewriter. stole the baby from its nest and ,, to the health clinic at the request
;ail and three Forestry Service.
put on
Drunk Driving ChargeHighway Keystone area during the weekend h tion. years pro Instruction is divided into two Such a plan must be accepted by Included in new playground I dropped it "with a thump"* on,of County Health Officer, Dr. A.

and facilities in Starke will 4 the local board and the State De equipment: desired were three t top of the Schaefer car. I 1 Y. Co irigton. Dr. Covington told
weeks, with Future Farmers from partment of Education before the sliding boards see-saws castle the before the
Patrolman W. R. Harvey I also be used to feed and house Rescuing bird )II
Mrs. Honor Crews 82 north and central the Board last week that a cut instate
Florida attend-
state will the local bud : towers rainbow climbers, park
from the Keystone area filed the ski enthusiasts. approve I crow could return for it, Charles: '
II ing the first week, and from west i funds made the county increase
one charge in the county Judge's Events scheduled for the week- Services Held Sunday get.. and portable picnic says he will add it to his pet collection -,
,,- and south Florida attending the Resignations of several teachers I I I tt+bles. Shuffkboard courts and necessary.
office last week. The affidavit end are: I which already includes a
charged Will Hogan Smith Jr.. In Lawtey Cemetery second week.Florida's were accepted by the board. The 1|I tennis practice walls for adults,. turtle and a cat.IBusiness One new Item that will how. in

with driving chile intoxicated. Friday. July 21 Forestry Training I school system. Mr. Morgan said and,I a shelter at Pratt Stret were I next year's budget is $1500 tar-

8:00: a- m.-Junior Boys Slalom Funeral services for Mrs. HonorCrews Camp has the distinction of being' haS lost, about 20 teachers thisyear I I included in major improvements.
Places i marked as assistance to the tax
I 9:30 am.-Girls Tricks 82. were. held?at 2 p. m. the ]largest of its type in the but replacements have been I, Bleachers for the midget and softball i!
made for all but few. The couny I fields and tumbling mats i Assessor. The money will be used
11:00 am.- Junior Girls mday in the Lawtey Cemetery United States. This year's camp a \ (
Slalom. marks quarter-century of forestry will have four more teachers l were also; listed as program equipment -\BeingBuilt 1 I:, to hire extra help for Assessor
A native of Bradford County,
12:30 p. m.-Veterans Jumping instruction for farm youths. next year because 'of increased J needs. IOn ''Gen I Long who is planning: a I II

2:00: p. m.Junior Boys Jump- Mrs. Crews died last Friday at, enrollment, the superintendent- : I Total recreation funds tentatively 301 North i I county-wide evaluation equalization -

:jer home m Jacksonville, where' explained. i budgeted for the county
.. ing. Delinquency Charge
j : surrey.
hr had lived for the Jpast six I stood at $6,080.95 as discussion business.1costing
WATER SKITOURNAMENT 3:00: () p- m.-Junior Girls jumping i !Filed Eight new places of Clerk Darby said the mosquito
'-ears- She was a member of the i AgainsttFormer Police Hire I closed on that section of the budget approximately $70.000 to I '
at controlbudget item will look unusually
[Methodist Church. > Prisoner Monday morning's meetin ;
U-S. 301
Veterans Tricks : construct have opened on
4:00 p. m.- Survivors include a dauzhter.- i New Patrolman ?- The Commissioners made itrinar since work of four-laning the busy'''! large this year at $22,500.
5:30 p. m- Junior Boys Tricks I ,. .hntr. vpr_ that_.__ thp_ firmn *, .
-- -n-- U& This represents the combination
e. figure
Miss Alma Crews Jacksonville; j A charge of contributing to the I highway began several j
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJULY [ Saturday, July 25 lot the item the !
three Commodore and Theo Truman Norman went on duty on a- I
sons. delinquency of a minor was filed monthJ'ago. of,city and county funds
8:00: a. m. Junior Girls Tricks dore Crews Louis S ndar. July, 11, .as* rookie mount of money available. \
and patrolman
21-26 I Lawtey, in County Court this week againsta Five of the for the program plus a carryover

I I 9:00 a. m-Veteran Slalom. Crews., Starke.Damage . man released from the State on the-Starke Police Area Tax Collectors been rebuilt since they had to be of $3,100 from the 195S fund.
10:30: a- m.-Woman's Tricks frison- Force Chief Riley Sweat announced
moved off 'the right of for
Darby said an expanded mosquito
this Reek
12:30: P.: m--Boys Jumping ,Suits:FiledAgainst Sheriff P. D. Reddish said i I To Discuss ProcedureOf the new highway I
; Chief Sweat said that Norman, control program U planned -
2:30: p. m. Womans Slalom Gas Line Robert Maness. given a free tick- replaces Patrolman Tbmlin- The three new businesses are
SEE THE CHAMPS Shep Boat RegistrationTax for 1960 with special emphasis
4:00 p. mMen's.Sla. om et to Gainesville Ga-, had purchased son. who resigned recently after Thoni's Service Station, owned by
IN ACTION Construction Co. to given to
? a ticket for a 14-year-old serving with the force for Richard Thom of Nashville
Sunday, July 26 more collectors from an eight-
i j Starke girl, who went to Macon O"I1fcl'y of many stagnant water pools
than six Tenn.: Carter's Grocery,
This Space ContributedWeekly Slalom years county area will meet in Green
8:00 m.-GirIs
a. Two $5.000 damage suits have with him'. i hich
Cove Springs on Monday July Miiton Carter and ,Star %{ serve as mosquito breeding

to Publicize 9:00: a. m.-Boys Slalom Wren filed in Circuit Court as an Reddish said the girl, picked MAYORS COURT 28. to discuss boat registration Homes operated by David Hostler ., rounds.

Community Events by 10:30: a. m.-Mens Tricks ermath. of some of the gas line up by Macon juvenile authorities procedure. An officer from the :of Palatka. \I

12:30 p. m-Woman's Jumping construction work recently completed had reported by phone that Only two cases were listed on Florida Conservation Service will Rebuilt businesses are Jones',Recent Birth> Ji

2:30 p. m.-Boys Tricks in the county. she went willingly with Maness. the docket of Mayor's Court for. preside over the meeting Grocery & Barbecue owned by.1 1t i[I

THE COMMUNITY 3:30 p. m.-Men's Jumping Attorney Holiis Knight filed The sheriff said further investigation trial Monday morning and both Boat registration was originally Jack Jones; Carradines Gift Shop!1 I SK-2 and .Airs Joe Neal Belche

5:00: p. m.-Mixed Doubles suits against Harbert Construct would be made before any forfeited bond of 27.50 by not; scheduled to begin on July 1, but owned by f. R. Carradine; Trail announce the birth of their second -'

STATE BANKOF The Regional Meeting and ion Co. on behalf plaintiffs J.' attempt was started to extraditethe appearing. was postponed until July 20 andWillis Restaurant owned by Al Sappen- son, James Robert on July

party will be held at 8 p. m. Friday Wainwright and L. Renfroe.. former prisoner. If the girl Those charged were i again until August 1. The postponements fWd; Floral Motel Emil Verbust,"8 in Norfolk, V&. Grandparents

STARKE July 24. The dinner andtmphy Both the claims allege damage of sticks to her story of volunteering Hankersorw 'no drive "a' license, were caused by delayS owner, and Prevatt's Grocery and are Mr. and & rs. A. C. Belche of

presentation will be held farm land and pecan trees by to make the trip charges and Lenard Edward Endicott in securing proper registration '. Service Station, operated by the State Para tad Mr. and.Mrs.< .

Saturday, July 25, at 7:30 p. m.*heavy construction equipment. against Maness may be dropped. reckless driving. forms. Lester: Prevatt. ... j. Cirett'ot'Stark _


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-'-'- -'-'--' - Gerry Beth Tiffin REPORT OF AND CAPITAL best
Mooty, Ma- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers CONDITION OF THE ACCOUNTS and set forth to the of my
f 1 i ;rv. and Martha and Marilyn Bol- daughter Martha Jane, of Lake and children of Jacksonville COMMfMTT STATE Bi\K OF 1.8J5.922.1J knowledge and belief.,
STARKE ITUB STATE OF +This bank's capital! eon- Correct Attesjt\ : .
.mger are attending Camp. Gilead OitjTj Mrs. Pat Bradley and;l .daush-,were..visiting her.. arents. Mr.' and SXQB.IQU&, AT THB CL"K OP sun-err ; i Norman- H. Willis'
in Polk City' this y$ Amt: a.balance.swith par value of $100.000.00
Mr.; Tom. and and Mrs. Michael weekend.Mr. a H. Y Kaltht
and Mrs; Ljo Wogdburn of Mr. Ci K. otkba ,. Sv R. Simmons
1: East Peon, lit arE!- visiting his Schexnayder and son. Carl of and Mrs. Elton Smith aud k including reserve lleru.raUiAsiet's'pledged EX: MI Br1nonDiteetoia'
brother, N L and :Nev. Orleans, Laare- guests this family are-spending next week at balance*.and cuh'ltema. or assgBed -{ .
. ; Wqgdbvfn> (In process jot: collection 251S70.99United. to secure liabilities State of Florida, .
. IN THE NEWS family this week.r. week of Mrs. C. A. knight at her Lake Geneva. ,States Government and for other purposes 865588.11 County of Bradford 8s:
, f' home in Starke and cottage on Mr. and MrsGeorge Kopelousosare oblirations direct and Lean$ &3 shown above Sworn to and subscribed: befor*
Mr. and Mrs: L. F. Smith Jr. guaranteed; tOdS,757.27Loans <|
t are after deductionsof this 6th day.of July 19$).
( Ring: ey Lake. on their way home by boat and discount, "orUdlng" reserve of 3,042.67 m. 1
J_... ._-.--- ------------ ----------- r and children of DeFunak Springs and I hereby certify that J am1 1\"tan
_e.-" I Mr. and Mrs J. J. Tolbert and after spending the past several no, overdrafts"606m.9S officer,or director of thlli'bank.
spent the weekend with her Think
mo- and. of
furniture .
L Norman U. Willis. Cashier ,. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges Jr. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Layfield and ther, Mrs. Lucile Davis.. daughter Donna, of Charleston months visiting relatives in f:lzture.$18,962.04 1S.9C2.04, the above-named bank, do solemnly Notary(SEAL) Public.Margaret State,.1tlnU of Florida'?
"iu1d 'son, Rusty and Harold children of Fort White were Mon- S. C. were last week visitors of I Other assetsTOTAL U'tU affirm that the above statement is large.
Mrs. A. F- Sauls has returned and that it fully and correctly ,"
day true
of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Bridges of Jacksonville were I Mr and Mrs. H. K. Davis and ASSETS' 1.3.S5.928.U represents the true state of' the My commission expires April 13,
from month's visit with her
i a .
"weekend guests of Mrs. lily F. Herlong. I sons. The Davises, Tolberts and ',5 T' ; several matters herein contained 1961.
Bridges. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Linda Kay Sale and Ginger Greece.NORTH deposit>...Ll.uuttee.Demand' t ot mndlvlduata .- v L... .._ ___ '. -'r--e ,,,.",-r ,_T z3,.____ -=---=-__:rwhen'ycf -. .
Mrs- J. W. Prather and family in
SIDEBy partneishlps, ,
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. Fred children, and Curtis Marlowe South Pasadena Calif. Thornton seen'; Sunday at Silver and corporations .db1.I4Time" |
were in Daytona Beach last week Springs.Dr. deptjtiu'.of InaIvtduals ; net"J
Jr. at- -
Guy and'Mrs. BA. Pope For Diaper Service call Starke Mrs. Carl Brown
.rtner.hlps : m&d
sister-in- attending the State Agricultural and Mrs. Argin Boggus of
funeral of
a ,615bl6.01Depositi
tendedthe' Cleaners & Laundry. corporationV :
Teachers convention.Mr. Bradenton were overnight guests IAAAAAA..AAAAAAAAAALIAAh of.United: stales.
law and' aunt, Mrs. Emma Carlton and Mrs. E. R. Moench Walter S. Vanderlip of Decatur .last Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Government ,Oocluainf \ ;
in' Jacksonville 'last Friday. Ga. spent several days this week Everyone has a special invita- postal savings' 10,279(4 R WG: G1\S\ sm.
have moved into their homeon Chasteen.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. A. Cole and new 3
Mr. II I with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty ticn to attend our Revival this Depo.lu'of Stit iandp4litloal _
and Mrs. Willis Smith and
,son Gary have spent the past two Raiford road. while working in this section of week and Homecoming Sunday. subdivision.{ ..14,10SOO
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. James Carolyn Wright of Gainesville I F1 rida. daughter, Sherry of Minot N. D- Rev. Hall of Green Cove Springsis Other and depoalu otflceri'. (e.tUf1.4 chest, THWk OF stADE G1V

,P, Dreier in Toledo Ohio. spent several days this week with Mrs. Ethel Lowell has returned were overnight guests last Fridayof the Evangelist and Brother JimMy -te.) .. S.41J.S7 i
., and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. TOTAL DEPOSITS 1.690.JS4 ..
Mrs. Joe Tomlinson from two months' visit in Chester Tatum of Jacksonville the ''
Other Liabilities
Foster Shi Smith. Mr. and Mrs. R. Dansby and } Ofl UP
granddaughter, Carolyn Slaughter song director.Mr. TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000
Pa.Mr. :son: Micky were vacationing last LIABILITIES '
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchellof 1, 31SSS.99 I
spent the first of the week and MrsJ.. D. Warren and N. : and Mrs. Garland Norman
week the
Smoky Mountains P11ti WO
at Waycross, Ga. are renting the family are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Capital l AecM<* r 43551BEFfll
attending family reunion C. and three children and Mrs. Noan's ,_. -. .--Lr
Capital 100.000.00 -
Moncrief house at 716 W. Cypress I -
Glen Davidson in Anapolis Md. .
Fernandina Beach. sister and brotherinlawand .
To add to the many services surplus 25.000 00 :
Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith and street. {from Sunday to Thursday. offered the homemaker the their daughter of Miami visIt- Cndivlded'profita: 29.ttS.2r !
Mr. and W. S. Colson and
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnipseedand .
family, Suzi Broadway and Penny I !Starke Laundry announces the ed Garland's grandmother Mrs.Curie TOTAL CAPITAL 7c-
children of Lemon Calif.
Grove of East Point Ga. spent
Norman and other relatives 154,136.21TOTAL
. spent Sunday Service.
addition of Diaper
are visiting friends and relativesin th<* first of the week with Dr. and
here last week. They also enjoyeda :
-st. Augustine Beach. Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville LTA8lLI'1IES :
Starke this week. Mrs. Colsonis BtMNGANY !
Mrs. H. H. Adams. They brought
week at Lake Geneva fishingand .
Call Starke Dry Cleaners & the former Merry Beth Knightof back Jane Adams who had been will visit Miss Kate Struth swimming.Mr. .
Laundry, phone WO 4-3201 and Starke. over the weekend.

:ask about Diaper Service. Southern Regional Water Ski visiting Mrs. H.them.B. Peyton returned John Torode and Jerome Johns and Mrs. Earl Denmark and ...
* Sonia Hunter, Lynn Perlnt were attending the Petroleum David Browning of Jacksonville il"t
. Tournament, Keystone Heights Wednesday from St. Vincent's \ I .
July Lesawyer and Martha Weldon July 24-26. Marketeers Association meetingin visited Earl's mother, Mrs. Lois Gulf LifeAAA
Hospital where she underwent k Check. VWtf'All
+ spent last Friday at Magnesia Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Beck and surgery last week. Miami the first of the week. Carter. Thursday. u :

: Springs. daughters of Henderson, N. C., Bert McGee is working for the Bptty Lou Wainwright was Congratulations to Mr. and

* Mrs. W. C. Preacher of Ridge- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johns and Motion Picture Catering Co. in visiting:; her uncle and: aunt Mr. Mrs. Luther Green on the birth ofa ((V PWt) c s y !! GoMjfaiif&T?

;l land, SC., visited Mrs. C. H. daughters of Jacksonville and Los Angeles. Calif. this summer. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer in Jacksonville daughter Friday. She weighed '

.Register and Mr. and Mrs H. A. Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove Mrs R. V. Chapman has been last week. 8 !band 4 oz. Mother and daughter \\ Fit 7b'?' I l
Lawson the Call Starke Laundry for Gift fine. '
over weekend. Springs were Saturday visitors of are doing "
vacationing in Miami the past c13aIdgmgneeds' !
. Mrs. W. B. Mundy is spending Mr. and Mrs. L. D- Green and ten days. Certificates for S'ork Showers. Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Thompsonand WE WILL FINANCE FOR .
Wednesday and Thursday with family.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koko- son Rickie were Wednesday ,
Mrs. Dale VanSickel and daughter. -
'Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox at Atlantic and Mrs. J. Huston Mc- of Calif. moor and fanrly] of Apopka were >uriper guests of the Carl Brown '
Judy Los Angeles
.. Beach. Clane and sons of Wilmington will arrive this weekend for amonth's Last Friday visitors of Mr. and family.Mr. I 12'YEARS ON BLOCK'HOMES'a
Mrs.\ Drew Reddish at Kingsley and Mrs. Byron Hollings-
t Del. are spending this month at *
visit with Mrs. George HOMES
. Lake and other friends in Starke. wttth of Gainesville Satur-
Kingsley Lake, and are also visit- Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
ing Mrs. McClane's parents Mr. Epperson. S-Sgt. Arthur Winkler of Moody day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,,. tti MAKING' MON tHL y'PANTS'LO W}

and :Mrs Geo. B. Flynn Sr., in Southern Regional Water Ski AFB. Ga. was home for the week- Richard Carter. Stoifwbfryln abotitilY'chfC'1itidn

I Florida Starke.Mr....and Mrs. Joe Bakken and I I Tournament Keystone Heights, end.Mrs.. Drew Reddish and children children Mr. and are Mrs.spending Don this Tilley week and at l ; \Ve'wtil'fiifeli pony 'hone; or 'we'.will\pat iri'yoniI 1 <% Bath,

July 24-28. msm-e;it tflt jilsivh nAdaAPIa' SetPtonMn'arid"put'Marsh i' "Kitchen ''Sink'and' OverIiead'tt iJ;' \
fens have gone to Fort Campbell, Mrs. A. Russell Norman Mrs. spent the weekend with her the State Farm as guests of theA. ex 'Maple a

Ky. to get Mrs. Nelson Green Kate Sheppard Mrs. M. A. Payne, mother Mrs. W. H. 'Edwards in W. Brown family.Associational '\Vi7:'Asks up your Sheet Rock,' leivinf"very"Bttii:Tfor

vi ho has been visiting her son-in- Jacksonville. Sunday School you'to do.Ve .
:and Mr.and Mrs. P. T. Nolin attended ttr"GulflJt '
law and daughter. Sgt. and Mrs. the International Reading Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McMillan meeting will be held July 16, at 1 ;

+ Theatre Donald Hardenbrook, for two of of Columbia S. Care visitingMr. Jacksonville Heights at 7:30 p. m. rept-esentatife:' I '
Conference at the University \ don't charge for travet payment. Two 'niO fl s'
and Mrs. Claude Crowson. Remember the Revival at North
weeks. "
+. Georgia, July 6-10. before 'first1; payment Mo red'tape no hlgJ pressure saiea.men. .
New Service now being offeredby Clyde Terwillegar was called to Side and come and join us. "
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bradley ofLresburg .*' W d wfll call aDd explain' 'to*: 'charje '.
Starke Cleaners-Diaper Ser- St. Petersburg Wednesday by the everythtof yon ((a
SAT JULY 18 were weekend guests of critical illness of an aunt Mrs. Excess Face No 'obligation.,: Yon 'Ofe'ittto'yOt t f' to investigate before
Mrand: Mrs. Robbie Shaller.
vice.Deep : ;
sea fishing off Mayportlast Mary Ann Dally of Jacksonvilleis Mary Nolan. Hair RemovedBy GulfLife buying from 'anyone! We;'have gone out "of" our""way -to'help*

.. FROM:' Saturday were Rev. and Mrs.J. visiting Sally Ann Eppersonthis Mrs. Frank Allen Is recovering 'others, and we can help you.
"= ', : H. Ma.bry Jr., Miss Norma week. from major surgery in Mullins, Edmund Dwyer
u Rooks, :Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, S. C. and will return home the
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell and Excess hair removal is an accepted -
r t TO 1 t: Jr., Mr. and Mrs- D. L. Thomas. son, John of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwin science and a wen recognized WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER..
Robert Lappe and son. Mr. and and family are returning to their I' .
1EXAS-jf1ft' weekend guests of Mrs. C- A. profession. Unwanted facial .
'--:; Mrs. Robert Edwards, George home in Cleveland Ohio on FrI- TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES Inc.
; ..._ Knight. hair has far reaching deleterious. t
t cwt tOL011O: ,LV.. Can ova,, bliss: .Joan. ',.Furlong. ? aqd, MrS. J.,R. Kite spent the weekend day after two weeks vacation at .I effects on the mental health aside: Of P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth f
Kingsley Lake
and visiting their COMPANY
t Harry Rabb;, in. Deland with Mrs. L. J. from the cosmetic effects;
Mr; and'-.Mrs., Jack., McComb mothers Mrs. Bertha Pearce and More than 80 years ago a St. Bowling Green Keystone Heights ;

n i iJAYNgN1ANSFIEl9' and son visited Mr.. and, Mrs. Kite.Mrs.. J. D. Poston of Dunedin Mrs. Logan Baldwin. Louis eye specialist, utilized elec- W: H.-HAND, Superintendent t l Florida Phone 4123

Crawford. Bellamy, ; .in Inverness. pent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Irene Moore of Tampawas trolysis to permanently remove Ingrown Box SOS -1 Phone U'O 4-4723 .
over the .weekend- \V. E. Dowling and conducted the, visiting her mother Mrs(Wi. r hair on the eye-lids. Since Starke, FJa: -,", ..
Mr,and Mrs. J. W,. Furlong of. Presbyterian Bible School while R. Haislop last week. I then it has been widely used to '- -- '
Sfarke. ,and ,Mr and Mrs. Max Miss Carol Stuart of Almyra '
4++v k dx l remove unwanted hair.
.t Furlong, and .son:, Bill., ot,Gaines- here.Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Dowling Heights N. Yis spending several I : WORLD'S ONLY FULLY AUTOMATIC :
ville returned days with her cousins Mr. and
Sunday from, a ten and daughter of Dunnellon were .
day. vac t4on'at Mrs. M. L- Lawson and family.
FernandinaBeach last Saturday visitors of Mr. and
-, -+>WSH{ ,Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and Pf.S,7i ; -::j :' "> :..P't': :
R. family visited Mrs L. H. Peelerin }, :
HjAIcIntire has i
RST i, ; moved from Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent N4c : %. r l{
Jacksonville t .. : Y '
611.N..Lake'street L: to925 N..Temple l last week in Arcadia with Mrs. Sunday. h ',..l'4 .-' I\ .
; ,avenue. Bruce Davis. John Mack Newsome Is visiting .' \'! J t' :: ,, ', :
_. friends and relatives in North ;:<'0: t "u, ,,1.tJ" ; ".. '". < '

r. -,= ft. Cane,. -.-,i illus Carolina lone and for ten Martha days.Mizell are "a v ,w ,,b: : '.:,', :: :, ; "

I Factory Prices
Southern Regional Water Ski
"Casper Comes to
'. Tournament, Keystone Heights Edmund Dwyer Electrologist
Clown" Cartoon July 2426.spending in the fabulous new e WL1i1LEtJOOe:

a week with Mr. and Although this is an age of equal

Sun.,Mon. July 10: 20 One .Quart with EachorGallon Mrs. J L. Fleming in Live Oak. rights and privileges no woman REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
FREE Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome I wants a complexion that might IMPERIAL

One you buy and MrsMary Bolick were in suggest masculine characteristics.

Y" Piil iel..tlltll$11C! Folkston, Ga. Sunday visiting Mr. Fortunately we can help women

MARY; CARTER, PAINT STORE and Mrs. Morris Williams and who require a corrected cosmetic
as family. appearance. There is no excuse

e; 5011 \\ Slb, ftve., ,Gafnesvffle} }'Ja.FR 67588N Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and for any woman to have unsightly v

} _._, 'J' ... family spent Monday at Silver facial hair. f

Springs. Every consideration will be given amazing electric .
A TtyIO v srQt ttcnoa Southern Regional Water Ski 'S V .
to hair Ed-
your problems .
That* Our Business Tournament ; i with
j ,ti Keystone Heights mund DWYeT-Eledrolorist. 107 Icemagic fills
Plus "Starting From Hatch' .f.IfIt'sGlass .July 24-26. W. University Ave. Gainesville
We Have It I y water makes ice cube
Mr- and Mrs. R. R. $utchins w.
Phone FR 2-8039.
or were visiting relatives in Eustis, [Advertisement] and drops them into '

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! _._ .... .L _.-... ,. .... -'.'-'. Starke BPW Club 25 Guests Attend |21 Bradford Girls I Mrs. Randall Chism

7 I [Invited To MeetIn Birthday Party j I,Back From 4-H CampHome Honbred At Shower

[ GainesvilleThe For Pauletta StoneMr. I Demonstration Agent Mrs. Randall Chism of Saratoga

I Dcrothy Ross and::! 21 Bradford Heights was honored at a stork
Starke BPW Club metoursd2Y and Mrs- R. L. Stone en- County 4-H girls returned last I shower Tuesday evening given by
night July 9, at the trrtained for his daughter, Pau- : Mrs. Stanley Crawford Miss
Saturday: after enjoying a week's
Nome: of Mrs. Ruby Johns with !etta Stone, with a weiner roast ,stay at Cherry Lake 4-H camp. I Virginia Gaskins. and Mrs. Fisher -
GUdys Mooty Mrs. Lloyd Farber as co-hostess. on her 17th birthday at their Gaskins at the home of the
-.. _L .. 1 .. ... -LL .._ Members of the club were invited home, 601 S. Westmoreland street,'J Jon I,that The included pirls; had daily a full classes schedule inj:: latter in Lawtey.Appropriate .

to meeting with the Gainesville June 25. games were played
> a '1
craft, 4-H Club work and swim-
Carport Party Held Sandra Kay club at which time Mrs. About 25 guests enjoyed the ming. f I. during the evening and prizes

KirklandSteve Chosen Nate! Oval, District Director and I were awarded to Mrs. Chism.
For which
Steve DelegateTo party was held in the yard. |!Rhodon !;
the president! of the Starke club. Mrs. A. J. Crawford, and Mrs. J.
is spending the summer gave an imitation of her favo.lte -
FHA ConventionSandra will be B. Gaskins.
Miss Madge Middleton,
Kirkland celebrated his here from Jamestown, Pa. actress that won a first;dice
also Refrt'Shmentsfere served to
honored guests. Mrs. Dyal
seventh birthday anniversaryWednf'roay Kay Israel of Lake ; **& ;k .discussed plans for the first District ,prize for Catbj's cabin group. .tl'.c eight guesst attending.
afternoon of I last week Butler, v.ithi8 other girls, will ; Meeting and explained the Harry Rabb, III Linda Cox and Darlene Phegley i

with a party for 18 friends. represent Florida at the national part that the Starke Club would Has Birthday Party were honored by being selected ii i Post Office ReceiptsPostal

The party was held in the convention of Future Homemakers have on the program. I I has, camp counselors for the week. I
Kirkland carport which was gayly :; of America to be held in Other girls enjoying the week receipts tvf the first six
the Harry Rabb. Ill celebrated
Mrs. J. D. Doyle presented I
decorated with rolored balloons. Chicago. Ill. July 1317. of fun were: months of 1959 topped the first
tP Citation that the Starke Club :tenth birthday anniversary last
Games were played during the Gail half! of 1938 by 775393.
McKinney Ann
Sandra who is the 15 year old 'won for outstanding work in Saturday afternoon with a party .
afternoon and prizes Refreshmentswere were awarded daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. health and safety during the past for nine neighborhood boys. jLcvell. Becky Thompson buzanne I Receipts for the first half of
to the winners. Laffan is member of First Baptist received from !;Judd. Suzi Broadway. Mary Louise 1959 totaled 36112.68, compared
year. Reports were The refreshment table
tables which was overlaid -
served from two Church of Starke. She is a freshman x, delegates to the State convention I Haines. Carol Jean Mosley. Emily to $28.358.75 during the same period -
covered with "Happy Birth- with a birthday cloth with i .
were in
I at Union County High School in Orlando. Johns, Audrey Flakes. Judy Mc-
day" cloths. The youngsters were \ matching napkins! and plates. A
in postal charges Hc-
where she belongs to F- T. A.. Refreshments were served by Rae Cheryl Shealy. Diane Hardy.
favors of blowers and candyin \ baseball cake centered the table,
given lY 'Sara counted for some of the gain.
Dramatic Club. Club, and Shealy. Marcia Green
I Pep the hostesses at the close of the Re-
baskets. Iv which was arranged in the car !'ginia
Union Teen Town.A I Harrell. Margaret Rosier.iKaren .
meeting. Saturday night at 6:05. will
Mrs. Alvin Kirkland was assisted : They
FHA member one year, San- .." .,,,,,c,= ; ( port.The Lee and Edith Baker. relate some of their experiences at
Mrs. Ruby Howell and Mrs. { .
by dra was chosen by the State FHA : :a.. :New boys played baseball dur- I Several of the girls will participate tit
Bride Honored ? northwest Florida campingspot [
G. W. Richards. '
Association. The girls will be accompanied .<.t. \' \.':._: ing the party hours- } in a WRGR radio program .
t; '.
by Miss; Virgina Leslie, "5.,: ..r. ":it, .':.e.>;.<:. With Kitchen ShowerMrs. .
Area Supervisor. They will stay at '

the Conrad Hilton Hotel with : : Jimmy Weldon, a recent

(A Sport Shirt's 2,000 delegates from all states ;; bride was honored at a lovely

Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Is- i I kitchen shower given by the Meth- NEW HOMES

lands. odist Wesleyan Sunday School
Best Friend Is class at the home of Mrs- T. II.

Lottie Moon Circle, ,, Y;" fit- Slade Sr. last Friday evening.
I Refreshments were served froman
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SANITONESoWef Preserving Ideals of Patriotismwas } attractively appointed table
the program subject of the ; -" er yj t '. 7r in the dining room which was

/ *I Lottie Moon First Baptist WMU centered with summer flowers. AND LOTS

I Circle meeting held July 14, at Before Mrs. Weldon opened her )

DRYCLEANING the home of Mrs. Charles Darby, gifts a game was played by the

with Mis. Paul Raymond in ,24 guests attending and a prize
charge of the program. I :was awarded to the winner.
I Mrs. J. D. Doyle. circle chairman -
c conducted the business meet Neighbors HoldHousewarming
t ing during which the group decided McCombWeldonVedding Held July 14 FOR SALE
that the July project would [ Party .

money to two needy elderly per- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack were members of the wedding ;

:ons.: McComb became the bride of party Mr. and Mrs. McComb. and Maj. and Mis- H. M. Hatcher, INPARKWOOD '
James Richard Weldon; son of Mrs. Weldon. J/. were honored at a house-
Southern Regional Water Ski Mrs. S. A- Weldon Sr. and the Mrs. Mary Giddens and Mrs. warming and shower given by
Tournament, Keystone Heights late Mr. Weldon, in a beautiful
Shirley Tomlinson cut the bride's their neighbors at their new
x July 24-26. .remony Saturday evening July cake, and Mrs. Steve Weldon Jr. home on E. Call street Monday
r 4, at 7:30: o'clock in the First kept the bride's book. Presiding evening. ESTATES

Methodist Church- The Rev. H. O. :at the punch table were Misses The Hatchers received many

EXPERT Boyette, pastor, performed the Mary Agnes Matthews and Shi lovely gifts for their new home

nuptials.A Anne Smith. from the 16 neighborhood friends .

a1 sunburst arrangement of After spending some time with and refreshments were served Pratt Westmoreland
white gladioli, and and Jefferson Streets
mums pompoms ,
3, their guests, the young couple left during the evening.
centered the altar decora-
TV on a short wedding:! trip to Ocala.I.
the tions, while pedestal baskets of The bride chose for traveling a'' New River Church Starke, Florida
: same flowers were placed at
i blue silk shantung suit with pink
each side. Palms and branched Will Celebrate
and red collar necklace, and Navy

Restores( both the look SERVICE I candelabra tapers formed holding the burning background.In white. blue! accessories. 125th AnniversaryNew
i The bride, a 1955 graduate of PHONE WO 4-2111 ;

and feel of newness! beautiful the church table vestibule arrangements were two of BHS, is also a graduate of the River will hold Homecoming -

All Work & PartsGuaranteed red and white gladioli and pompoms i: University of Florida School of Sunday, July 19, in celebra-' OR WO 4-8681 '
Clean 1 Education. Mr. Weldon also :
Sanitone Dry graduated -
Only .i with pale blue satin ribbon tion of the 126 anniversary
ing does so much! It gets from BRS in 1955 and is the founding of the church.R. .

out soil and.spats better bows.Mrs.. L. J. Green, organist, played an agent for Life Insurance Com- H. Green Jr. church secretary -
than anything else can and I nuptial music as the guests I'pany of Georgia.: They are now announced that all former .
also renews original body. (residing at 4213 Camellia Circle
members and friends of the
assembled, and also accompaniedthe
The result is storefreshfit ,West in Jacksonville. x _.
PHONE WO 1-4975 soloist, Gilbert Newcomb, who church are invited to attend the :
like-new colors Out of town guests at the wed- celebration which will include
sang "Because, "Whither Thou
patterns,and textures.Let ding and reception included: Mrs.
on the grounds and singing -
Goest, and "The Lord's Prayer
us prove it! Crawford Bellamy, and Mrs.
in the afternoon. ;
Bobby Ferguson attended Mr. I
I George Rooks of Inverness; Mr.
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Weldon as best man. and the ushErs -
and Mrs. J. T. Cook, Park
; Southern Regional Water Ski
STARKEDRY were SteWeldon Jr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Giddens and
I George Canova. Tournament, Keystone Heights, \ 'Jr. .
SALES Mrs. Cecilia M. Williams of i daughter i Mr. and Mrs. John Puritan July 24-26. Just Check Our
and children Mrs. Norma m -
Jacksonville attended her sister
WO I,i Barnes and son Mr. and Mrs.
as matron of honor. She wore a
F { Steve Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Jim LOW PRI E-
4-4975 Wally blue silk organza street I I
I' Reagor and son, Mrs. Frances D ::
length dress over taffeta. In her I (I] RICTARKE ,
LAUNDRY SERVICE !hair she wore a matching head Haskins and Mr. and Mrs. Franz FL': -._; -
bow, entwined with tiny flowers,i iI (I Silas all of Jacksonville;; Mr. and I 1 "
and carried a spray arrangement (I Mrs. Jack Sapp and children. : -

Phone WO ,1-3201 cf red carnations. ;Valdosta, Ga.; Mrs. Flora Holder ,.,

I The bridesmaids, Miss Martha I I''of Newberry, Mrs. Lester Stout, Fri., Sat. July 17, 18
i i i Cnvan. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Hol- 7
Weldon, sister of the groom and TL
Miss Nola Hamilton of Homestead,i jlis,I Knight Jr. of Neptune Beach. JAGUAR SABUWith
Mr. and Mrs. Thurl Bond of !

CITY FISH & MEAT MARKETFresh the wore honor gowns attendant.identical to that of Brooksville, Arlin Hawkins of ChiquitaBill 4w 951'.t

Given in marriage by her father, Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mauldin'sUP

the bride chose for her weddings Weldon Jr. of Macclenny and FRONT }
Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar Key lovely I Miss Nola Hamilton of Homestead.
gown fashioned with a

ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY AND Cnantilly sleeves lace and bodice V-neck., long The pointed bell--(Janet Hardy Holds Tom David EweU Wayne as as"""Joe""allle" 6.7015Tub f4it.

PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIESALL thaped skirt of silk organza was'"''Weiner Roast Party Plus Color Cartoon for Children E e .. *Typt, Block
worn over taffeta and featured : w Plus/ tax and .
AT REASONABLE PRICES lace appliques. Her fingertip veil I For 12th BirthdayMr. SUN., MON., TUES. reto PP obit kite *

uf illusion fell from a Chantillylace July 19, 20 21
Open ALL DAY Sunday half-crown trimmed with and Mrs. J. E- Hardy entertained -

seed pearls. She carried a spray at i weiner and marsh- I Want To Live .
617 E. Brownlce] St. Phone WO 91093Starke, Fla. arrangement of white rosebuds mallow roast on July-2 from 6 to Susan Hayward -- -

and tulle. Her only ornament wasa 10 o'clock for their daughter, q'1

single strand of pearls, a gift Janet, who was. celebrating 'her Wells FargoJoel ---- ':..- _
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from the groom!: twelfth birthday anniversary. I I. r -
Mrs. Newcomb was attired in a The party was held in.the yard ;

ECONOMICAL PRICES powder, blue lace dress over taffeta and on the patio which was gayly Phis Color Cartoon for Children \firttont
with which she wore match- decorated with red, white and. \ I

CALLEDWIN u.g accessories and a pink carnation blue balloons and crepe paper' Wed., Thur. July 22, 23 '

streamers. The refreshment table. 1sAmerua'af
corsage. j {
Mrs. Weldon, mother of the was centered with a pretty white I Was A Teenage RES' ,

JOHNSPhone groom wore a dusty rose lace birthday cake decorated with red Frankenstein ,I ,! .* \
Jress over taU eta, complimentedwith and blue, and placed on a white, T "I

WO 4-4975 white accessories and a white milk glass cake plate. i \Vhit Blssell, Phyllis Coat s I!, f favorite:replacement tire ;

(Goldwire Servicenter, Next to Winn-Dixie) carnation corsage. The 35 guests enjoyed games The Forest :
Following the wedding, a reception with prizes and dancing duringthe Rangers /:2

COMPLETE INSTALLATIONOR was held i in the Methodist party hours. I Fred Mae, Murray, Paulette IKow 700 can buy a tire with Firestone's t

REPAIR WORK I Fellowship Hall where arrangements Goddard tfscfadva precision-biaded tread design! ALLTSIZEStbe I .
of white gladioli, mums Southern Regional Water Ski

and pompoms were placed at Tournament Keystone Heights, Plus Cartoon : ? name tread design found onGftrartoot .
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vantage points. The bride's table July 24-26. > comparably w A : ,
original equipment tires
was covered with an imported I itt
Cite cutwork cloth and centered rock-bottom prico.: 1- LOWiPRICED'Available if

ANNOUNCING THE INSTALLATIONOF with a three-tiered wedding cake I EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! ""t "

topped with a miniature bride I with black .
and groom. At the base of the; WowrThe"TimevV. or white sidewalls. I

STEAM CLEANER cake pale was pink a carnations ruffle of tulle and velvet with Round By Round Blow by Blow !I / o Trade Tires tube type or tubeless ,

leaves decorated with seed pearls. OFFICIAL FIGHT PICTURE f '
The hem of the table cloth was "
For a First Class Job Cleaning Motor and Under Car- caught up at points with sprays .. -. =.r: =sc. -. _._ _-=_--- -_ __
,I rigae of Cars and Trucks. Removes all Dirt. Grease i lof pale pink carnations and velvet FLOYD PATERSONVs.

and Carburetor injurious to Paint. It lecves. Two silver candelabra INGEMER
Varnish. Non
I has been proven that a clean motor runs about 20 degrees were graced decorated both ends of with the sprays table and of Open Daily 7 AM till 6 PM Thurs. and Fri. Open Till 9. PM

cooler than a dirty one. Let us clean yours in pink carnations: and velvet leaves. COMPLETE TO .
less than an hour's time. Silver compotes held pink and Complete Auto Repair Department .

white mints and nuts. INCLUDING A SECOND LOOK
The lace covered punch table Including Automatic Transmission Tractors and Small Motors
was centered with a large silver

punch bowl around which was a

I ruffle of tulle with pale pink car- PARK THEATRESTARTING DODD'S SERVICE
MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301 nations and velvet leaves. & AUTO SALES

MrsJ- R. Wainwright greeted SUNDAY, JULY 19, 20, 21
guests at the door of the reception 528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida Phone WO 4-3861



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REPORT: OF rOMHTIOTf OF THR"FLORID 1 tue ot a writ of execution hereto-
Candidates For County Court Charge t B_%>K ,\T J>T\HKK." 1 r rr issued i out of the Small Claims
editorialA nt' 5TIRKK.' I\ THE !STTK OK t tFI.ORlb' :'o-frt. Alachua County Florida. In THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Faces Prison Escapee %T Tilt ("LO'F. OK 1 the above styled raue. I have 1d'VSe, EST. 1879FLORIDA'S
City Election Rts1! FSa O> JI'>K M,'.131Cash. J;rued upon the following property, a
.I aaMa :situate lying and being in Brad- WEEKLY SKW9-:
Escape charges have been filed balance with other J f..rd County. Florida, to-wit: a OLDEST

Still Under CoverWith in Bradford County Court againstan bank*. including: r'vrve O''HIMIO' PHUPKRTVConmun ''t; PIPER FrBLISHED COXTINOCSLYVINPVR
balOIlNand itemsin '
Big ,Undertaking 18-year-old life-termer who process of collection 1.:,:.::!:; <-e at the Southwest.. Ot'at THE 5ME MASTHEAD.
of land L iii5N
corner I.elungtn4 tv .
a month of qualifying dashed to a brief period of free- united State '
obligations direct and .C he P.at Office at Starke. Fla. ...er Act .( Mar. *. !7).
Well, David conquered Goliath, didn't he? time left, no candidate have announced dom from the state prison three guaranteed 1,56,646.13: of the Xwrthwtst:! Quarter
IN11'l of the Northwest Quarter -
for the five posts that weeks ago. Obligation of States' and NW.) of Section :::t. Township -
that enterprising neigh-
and we predict our in political subdivisions' 3(3.932.1:! ;\orthwst Quarter /NW'41 \OTIfK nt' T.\\ WH U.I7.1TIO
ill filled in elections Wawne Carter. Miami
be city Roger S.ntth. Kanze: 12 Ka>t.rfpd
town should we "city"?) of Key- Loans and discounts (including ..f >"<-tion :.>. Township: S South. The City Council Of The City OfSurke.
boring ( say hestins
or North the
run along
is August 18. man serving life on a third degree ; 'JTIi.24 over- Range; :;: Ka!.'t. and containing .'I..rid."in 11f'.11 The
stone Heights will come through with flying murder conviction will face "!":tft1 1.:6.:6: : of land of said Louis :Nel- ono (li a,.:'-- vf land, nvrr or fit> Halt In The CUT Clerks Off .
The places are for mayor, e"Mi 120:! fret to the Northwest
open Bank premises ownedS $+.- !ev'. all lying and I..ingIn I* adr..1 ,,';, on Tuesday The 21t Pay Of
colors when it plays host to the Southern Re- city clerk, police. chief, and two vial for the prison charges he <; '.It%. furniture and corner Nt-is-on.; of thn land-.- of run the :said Vest:! Louis 3nS' C"unt"Iurida.. J'lhn.' .. l!>i!'. At 7::111'1'k'
Tournament 2426.It rude June 24. Carter working fixture JS.11S.10 13.777.12 P M. As A Board Of Kqnaluer
gional Water Ski July :crt to a point then run south As the property of the above
council members. All offices are Of Hearing Dm-
other For The Purpose
; Real l Estate owned
named defendant and that the
line of the : on
with a garden squad was recap- 1:/I tvft to the South
takes a lot of get-up-and-go for a town of to be filled for two years. than bank premi -t's .OI\II.1\1I South Half (S>,) of the NorthQuarter 7th day of Septemlx-r. 135.: at 12 plaint' And Receiving: Testimony, RealOr
: 2/1 Value tured in less than an hour. Other atl'I'i \ TO The,
something less than 500 population to tacklea Only incumbent City Clerk Carl west Northwest Quarter NW4) of tb,. .'.urt House in Bradford County. Personal Or Mixed. As Fixed By
TOTAL ASSETS .fll'.t: =:' o< TbtTa* As"es!'or For The Tear
job of this magnitude but Kevstone has a Johns is not expected to seek re- Commander Andrews -ction Hinge!::>.Kast.T..wnh theme p Ii run South.Kast and. Florida.sell to the I "will hishe; offer bidder for sale for i+:3+. Against: The Owner Or AgentOf

reputation of doing things in a big! waand election. Johns is said to be Liabilities along! said South line of the (cash in hand. tI.- above de..cribrdproperty Such Property.
carrying off successfully just about whateverit planning' astepdown after more Holds Special Meet Demand ,deposits partnerships.of individuals South Half IS'.-) of the North- as the property, of said' (o..WI.\ J\l.)
welt Quarter l\WS Itf theNorthwest defendant to !' undertakes. Therefore when its civic leaders than 20 years in the post- For Legion Officers and deposits corporation of individuals -1,639,199.91Time : : QuarterNW'I. I "f T> P.JPlH,1IInIIFt'. Chairman City Council
.. Rr..df..rd"lint Florida
South. of V.
S 23. Township
volunteered several months to take partnerships and t.ti n Carl' Johns. City Clerk
asro on 1:3Ti31.16Urt..it' Itantre :: East to the "Point of S< -Tisjc' armu-hjfrl A; AveraAttornevs .
the regional ski tournament second lard' ct in No Injuries In Northern Area Commander Guy cirporatt..ns of rnited StatesOoternment Ktginnmir.!: all lying and twine of theNorthwest in for l.oiitNrlsnm 7 18 4t $'6 City Of Starke; i; Florida.it uSTAYING
Ih* South Half IS'::)
Starke held
Andrews of a including
the Nation. no one doubted that they would fallow jmstal dating!!: ) :23,531.35Ptpo Quarter meeting with officers of the .
through in a creditable manner. Two AccidentsTwo 'it of States -
American Legion and Auxiliary, and politlt-alaubdiviainn'
The publicity! and good will that will accrue reportedin Department of Florida, at the 606,090.41
accidents were Other dep '*its! (tertifwdand
to Keystone Heights and this surroundine area the county last week by Cpl. Garden Restaurant on July 8. officers thriks,

of the state from the fact that this event is being Carlos Mu grove of the Florida Following a planning confer- TOTAL etc). DKPOS1TS :. :6.1.1)47.513.75: :
ence for the many activities to be 1;:3 1=" H
Patrol. No injuries re- Other liabilities
held here will of course. b invaluable. His
undertaken in the Northrn Area
i predicted that from eitrM to ten thousand sulted. during the coming year, Commander TOTAL LIABILITIES a
(not in Iudmg subordinated -
visitors, many from out of statvill} attend Musgrove said Joseph D. An- Andrews was host to the < obligations
gelo. a honeymooning New York- shown below ".***.7nfi: 14 !
the tournament at some time dnnn"- the week group at dinner. Included in the POWER
charged with failure to
end. If they like what they find it 1'1 i a safe t'rVas Legion activities discussed were Ca'Ual.\n-.h
have his vehicle under control Capital 150.000.on
bet that they will take the story of KpvZfnTle{ Boys State, Girls State, Junior
after he slid 78 feet into the bacck ur )lu" :An.n(1n.n04'ndivided
Heights and its lake region back home with of a car driven by Mrs. Ursula Baseball Scouting and others. rves (and profits retirement} ::,.6i6.otR :

them and pass It on to friends and nei"bors. Ruth Fuller of Plant City on ai count fur preferred
Courthouse To Close capital\) 124.74ft.S3_
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Starke. of course: should cooperate with our June 10.

good neighbor in every way possible to help A total of $225 in property On Wednesday P. M.'sThe TOTAL C'On'T:5 C.PIT.LC- !:;0T: (n. ".f

care for the crowds that; will be in the rea during damaged resulted from the accident i
near B & G truck stop on Board of County Commissioners TOTAL LIAiil.lTliS 4
the weekend. ..TII19426.. AlrepHv the .\XIIPIT.L ACCOUNTS _
U. S. 301 south. has given permission for 4,037.123.08 3That's Z Xi
Starke-Bradford Counh Chamber of Commerce .
An accident on U S301 about the courthouse to be closed on This bank's capital c .nof i
has offered its services in making reservationsfor >'*;' :
afternoons for the remainder .
six miles south of Starke on July Wednesday Common Mo(kith total
visitors in local motels, hotels and room- 10 resulted in about $320 dam- of the Summer.All pjralue of $150.000: ( _fill>

ing houses. If there i is anv other way in whichwe county offices will close at "1P'.r.....

can heln. we should certainly so. for ages.Musgrove said no charges were noon on Wednesday, but the of- Assvts pledged or a'ign-

Keystone Heieht has taken upon itself!: a sizeable filed in this incident. Mrs. Mary office of the Florida Parole Com- ed to for secure other purln.es liabilitiesand | *>ns.04; *.01

job, and will undoubtedly need assistance.Let Sapp Tilley of Starke pulled into mission will remain open. t. I'Mly; t7. 11""t Cashier of .

both towns work together to show our line too quickly after passinga tli- shore nam.d bank do solemnlrear what it takes to be a successful saver,
Daughterly, Bradford SchoolsTo .'\\ that the al..tal..m..nt i i* <
driven br Hugh
visitors a good time fat reasonable price) and car true and that it fully and correi-tly
the ski tournament will be a feather in the cap the trooper said Mrs. Tilley represents th- true state of the" too. Start saving at our bank. Then keep it
struck the front end of Doug'hteity's eev.'al matters herein contained and
of the entire Open EarlyThe M.t forth to the het of knowllge -
area. my :
car and than Doughtertyhit .,< and belief.CrtrrectAOes : up regularly. Soon you'll be riding high '-'. .
the back of her car after she County School Board voted : Hillv I;. Kpps. ,

slowed down.Musgrove at its special meeting Tuesday S.C. I.E... PKKK.HKRXAVALL JR _financially speaking! vThere's -
State Road 228--Remember? said both cars then afternoon to open Bradford Coun- If.\f ut.(> C. WALL

went off the road and traveled ty schools on Monday. August 31. of Florida DirettorsState nothing quite like money in the bank. '

The editor of the Baker County Press has almost 150 feet down the shoulder County School SuptHarmon County of nract ford, ss: .
before stopping. Daughterly: Morgan advised opening school Sorn t" and: 'ub.crilwd beforeme
this to say about the ever-interesting prospectsof this 7th dar of Julv. 1539. and
smashed into a telephone pole on a.: early as possible because as I h..rtl..rtif" that I am not an
State Road 228 (Macclenny-Maxville cut- the way.Order. he" said "The longer school runs fficer 'or director of this bank.
off) : Mr rnnimlssinn exnires: February l:.
]in the !spring the more absences 1'-60. .
"I note that State Road 228, the Macclenny- wt have." SKAL.) Helen E. Glasgow: Notary
Issued Publ.cBon.1; .
Maxville road, is in the budget of the State >-d by the Mass. Pending and
For Validation ]MIDGET LEAGUE Insuram-e Co.WI.I. FLORIDA.I
Road Department for the fourth or fifth con- fl.\IMl ('ell RT .

secutive year. I have not given up on the com- Of Gas CertificatesCircuit Ai.rnrCOITV.: FLORID .
Starke Builders Supply took T..-nis, Nelson J'lalntitf.VIO .
pletion of this road project. Senator Tom Ad- : O.lS:6!
Court Judge G. L. Pat- the only two games of the Midget .:.Mil' tee RattI!!'. TvfendantMtrilK AT STARKE
of he
that BANK
Park stated
ams Orange Tuesday
League, not rained out last week nt' IHKHIFF'H !IilF.oHcp '
was still working on this matter. Representative ten issued an order Wednesday by defeating Florida Pest Control is hereby given that 1.
P. I>. K..ldi-h Sheriff of BradfordConntv
validation of $425.000bond
for the a ,
Crews and Senator Adams told us several issue that will for in- 12-8 and Johns Oil Co. 10-6. KtorM nn *...' and h.ir- One of 28 Banks of the Florida National Group )It>mheor Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ,

weeks ago that they had discussed this road pay Games scheduled this week are: ",".- -
talaticn! of the natural distribution W.Jqno!
gas lJJlEM lmotsag!
with Joe Grotegut, chairman of the State Road system in Starke. Monday. July 20. Florida Pest 1 PIS Tournament Keystone Heights. Ia
Department, and that this project would be Edward Wulbern representingthe Control vs. Community July 2126.
Bank: ; Tuesday. July 21, [makeup -
completed under this administration."This firm of Pierce Carrison and
game] Starke Builders Sup- IT
road will give the citizens of this sec- Wulbern. fiscal agents for the ply vs. Community State Bank;

tion a shorter route south, and when resurfa- city said bids on the bonds Wednesday, July 22. Starke Buildrs -
would be accepted immediately,
cing of:U. S.; 90 ,is undertaken there will be no and he expects the sale to be Supply vs. Johns Oil Co.:

other. way to get into Jacksonville from Mac- completed within 45 days. Thursday July Community 23. Starke Builders State-
Supply vs.
clenny The bids will be advertised at
24 Johns Oil
Bank: Friday. July y
\'The Maxville road could be completed in a 100 per cent and at 98& per cent Co. vs. Florida _Pest Control. q

short time if and when the right of way could of par. The fiscal agents suggested -
the advertising at a low- CARD OF THANKS
be secured by the County Commissioners of
er rate on the theory that a :My heartfelt thanks to all who

Duval County. lower interest rate may be ob- extended comforting sympathy [

Bradford is also watching this road with interest tained that will save the city an'i help in my recent sorrow. Forth

since it would provide a connecting link money in spite of the 12' percent beautiful service flowers, and rNttw4IIuI

between U. S. 301 and U. S. 90, and would serveas discount. other kindnesses I am deeply

a feeder from 90 into 301. During the validation hearing. grateful.-Mrs- J. E. Sullivan. 1 __ ..
Judge Patten heard testimony tx1 y .
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Several months ago the Road Committee of
from Wulbera. City Clerk Carl LF ,
the1 Stark e-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Johns and a representative of

made some effort to drag this project out consulting engineers Smith. Rey- fl_ # ;r af'

of the moth' balls, where it has' been consignedfor nolds and Hill. City ,Attorney A. .

lo these!! 'many years. The committee got J. Thomas Jr., also sat in on the LET US

some 'slight ''encouragement, but :in recent hearing. w
Brown and Stevens Co. of At
months the interest seems to have lagged again, ,
lanta.Ga" has been awarded .the t
and 1 the : cut-off is
Maxville-Macclenny apparently contract for construction of the I
right back where it has been for too many natural gas distribution system. HELP YOU e

years- pigeon holed. The company expected- to begin N' kr

Since there is strength in numbers, we hope : work shortly after the bonds

that: Bradford County forces will get together are sold.
; Approximately 280!< applicationsfor i.bi1'
with Baker County leaders and continue their natural gas service have already SOLVEYOUR S E

fight for action on this important and comparatively been filea with the city. ,

inexpensive project. 4 ;r

Perhaps another march on the Duval Coun- Margarete Meyer .. '"" u rtrV" (-tt; J

ty courthouse would be in order. Died Last ;Week 1 ---_.<;,...,.,:-:::-,...,. -:-:::':-.... r ,

Hampton 'LakeMrs.

V Worth Fighting i tForfIn .
Margarete Mecke Meyer '.
l died at her home on Hampton MONEY :

a recent; study just published by the University Lake Thursday, July 9, after an t'

: of Florida, N. C. Lendrum; specialistin extended illness. '

natural1 resources administration warns that Born in Steele-Essen. Germany tc4 -1

within a few years the general public in Flori- on Feb. 22. 1898 she had moved .. I

da may have lost to. private interests its rightful from to this New county York several She was years a mem-ago ;: 1 PROBLEMS II

claim to a vast majority of navigable lakes. ber ,of the Catholic Church. :, I

The bare handful of lakes remaining under Besides her husband Emil Meyer ',

state control may be all but valuless as a resultof she is survived by two brothers "
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increasing abuses, the writer thinks.These' Charles Meek: of New York City, LOANS UP TO ,.it
and Ferdinand Mecke of ''Ger- ,
are disturbing thoughts and take on
many; and two sisters MIl..Tulle
added significance in view of the current con- Nuss, and Mrs. Elizabeth: Liz $600J .

troversy Bradford County regarding county- both of Germany.
owned Access= roads to lakes in the area. Funeral Mass was held at St. Ai TALL TIMBER..A ,

Fresh water lakes in Florida cover an area Edwards Catholic .Church in i -,
Starke.. 11 a. m- Mqnday with ,
alniost twice the size of Rhode Island comprising Father Cornelius Dougherty of- ,
I Southern woodlands much more to us than a supply of basic raw
mean so .
about seven per cent of the state's itotal surface ficiating.> aural! wasp/in Crosby ': "Folks Find U.Friendly" .

: This particular area is especially blessed Lake Cemetery. materials: Tall timber, properly managed, means continuing shelter and
with lakes that afford incomparable swimming food for wildlife-good hunting for years ahead. It also means that forest

fishing, and boating facilities to those who are Miss Norma SweeneyIs .
watersheds will feed their runoff water into streams and lakes where the
fortunate enough to"own property; on them or GuestMiss LOCAL FINANCE ..
Rotary "
to have access to them over county-owned roads. V Kg ones drift. 4' :.

Entitled "Florida's Fresh Water Lakes," Mr.Lendrum's Norma Sweeney of Hampton '
That's why we manage our land to benefit hunters, fishermen 'and. :., .
discusses physical facts COMPANY
pamphlet who has been in missionarywork '
and stresses significance of the lakes for in Brazil for several years, conservationists 'alike-land where wild game is increasing along. with

water storage, fish and wildlife habitats boat- was guest speaker at the Rotary 116 N. Walnut Street the supply pulpwood. ,

ing, swimming' scenic values, weather modera- Club Wednesday.Miss ((2 Doors From Post Office) -

tion and property value enhancement. Single Sweeney showed colored '.

available free to the, Po- slides of the South American PHONESWO .
copies are on request
litical Science Department at the University of 'country, and customs described and religious the interesting 4-0101 and WO 4-0111. Container. Corporation of America Pefttattdttb Ronda 8.odyt i

Florida and should hold much interest to anyone beliefs" of the people. She was Mr Marguerite Hall Mgr. .

"-concerned in*the lake access issue: now be- introduced b? Jack Trawicct, \ .

ing debated in Bradford County. __ wao had charge of the program. ,. -


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tsItar1.cih 30"I PUSHBUTTON i ilrift' it I
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'Tax.ReceiptsShow Increase City Recreation Program In Full Swing 1II: : JT-44 i To In Mail Federal Face Truck Theft CourtA Driver Charge

Total $115,000 Something For Everyone" !f :: S- postal inspector in Jacksonville -

said Wednesday that a

State Comptroller Ray E. Grtm Motto Of Director Benner !t ti Negro arrested in Starke last week

"has released figures on sales tax I ;an charges of mail theft wouldbe

and gasoline tax collections for, e tried in Jacksonville Federal

the month oi June and com- 20.
( Court on July
dented that the state has shown :
: arrested
: Postal authorities
.ft steady recovery from the na-t I

tlonal economic lag of two years Johnnie Perkins, 31. Gainesville.

ago.. | at 3 a. m. last Friday in Starke

Green said sales tax income for They said Perkins driver for a

the fiscal year just ended showsan firm that contracts mail haul-

increase more than 10 per cent I : ing between Gainesville and Jacksonville -

over the previous 12 month period. was observed in the act

;Almost 150 million dollars wert of stealing a package.

talren: in during the 1958-59 year.
Perkins was put under survcilnnce -
.. Qasoline sales continued to rise I
: by postal
*IFO: although not showing as ) ..,-. several Starke merchants had

large a percentage increase as 0 registered complaints about not
in sales taxes. Gas tax collections -
ecn A k-
ii leceiving registered packages.
rose to 112549471.09, an 1 .L __ j Starke jeweler N. I.. Woodburnsaid

)focrease of 6.89 per cent over the .. .;.?,,-:' he had missed three pack-

previous year. r from the mail in the last
". Green said the state's income Youngsters. of all ages. and program is scheduled from 2:30: Thursday at the Pratt Street ground equipm nt.. The horseshoe Ball. I I I Harry Rabb Jr. In background is six ages months. His latest loss a set

from these two sources is showing some adults too are soaring up to 5:30 on Monday Wednesday Playground. courts are lighted.: Playground assistant Margaret the new tennis practice wall of rings sent to an Atlanta jewelry -

'a healthy growth:) and barring summer sun and fun in the City's and Friday at the Pratt Street Recreation Director Bob Benner Pictured above are some of Ann Dinkins gives Kenny Barton I|I which will also be used later fora I, house for repairs was discovered -

unforeseen drops he expeccts an new recreation program now in Playground and during the same say that adults are especially invited the typical activities now being an assist to get high in the air handball court. about the first of July

Increase of at least 10 per cent full swing five days a week on hours on Tuesday and Thursdayat ;' to come Gut and pitch horse- enjoyed by youngsters taking advantage on one of the playground's giantswings. At right Doyle Kelly stretcheshis A'oodburn said he called Atlanta

from sales taxes during each of of the program. muscles on the chinning bar. when his customer: asked for the

the next two years, with a minimum two well-equipped playgrounds. the Church Street Park. Evening -I'.i'shoes during the evening hours From left: Assistant: John Whisenant one of the many popular pieces lines, but was told they had been

gain of seven per cent from Offering activities from box : sessions are also held from ,while their youngsters enjoy supervised -, Jimmy Lee and J. W. Dukes get I shows some of the fine points of''''of I playground equipment now in moiled: to him on June 11. Postal

gasoline taxes. In addition the hockey to nursery swings the 6:30:: to 8:30. Monday through I recreation on other play-I set for a spirited game of Tether serving to Ronnie Tomlinson and u'e.r authorities went into action, and

recent legislature added an estimated ..
28 million dollars annual : \__ "' -n..-jr* 11 **" r--" -- -- t'. '"r" ------ -- !Ir. ,. (Sr-aMB:: tR..v''P r_ -: ..B"4 WIT Perkins was arrested a week later.
r :>' The postal inspector in Jack-
income from extension of the ......., "
,.,-!:; \.-". -.onviJle; said several stolen items
tales tax to packaged beer and .. :-
had:: been recovered but identification -
whiskey sales. had not yet been made
June sales tax figures fhowed"Bradford :
Ttai P4M Perkins had been hauling for
County collections! to be: (. everal years and had never been

.'$13.316.83.: a slight decrease over I ..... nvolved in trouble before.
.c.-. ..:
the previous month but almost a I 0/0../ .... .;... \-
thousand dollar increase over .'.
.;, .4: .t tt
June 1958.Gasoline. I '. ... .. Tobacco Markets

S tax collections: were 1i :"'"! '.. Plan Late
J Opening
:". __
$38,586.24 on. 551.232 gallons. Of ... ..-..-",... .,<...
this month. 17207.52 will be returned .; Q Owning of the Florida tobacco

.*. to the county. .'': ;.. ...r.I'J."" ; rjction markets has been delayed

.. :.Y><1 : intil July 23 instead of the 16this

I Shiner Deserts Car, ; ,..:.;. ; ;;; : ':. p T't was previously; announced.The .
: \ 'I"V' r for the delay
.. .J reason was
; Deputy Gets 5 JugsDeputy '-. ( ;.
). : :. -- wn in a comment by L. T.
:::; ; : "" ;"
: Sheriff Jimmy Hamilton '''''4-' -_'. ''_'.'''8"'4I Weeks Flue-Cured, general Stabilization manager of Corp.the.

almost nabbed another --- .
v moon- __. ,.,.. ... .. .. .4... .. that his
m .-.. ....: a ....L _. __ '_-.-_--_ vho said he doubted
shJncr tally Saturday morning!: I ..
PLAY BALL! The familiar could get ready to handle
but had to settle for his car and cry Sround as the Midget Baseball spectators fill the bleachers at swing at the ball backed up by Richard Wainwright pitcherfor him out. toup
rice the July 16 date.
supports by
** the whiskey instead. is heard at 5:15: p. m- each Monday League sponsored by the local every session. catcher Charles Pate. Starke Builders Supplies. Scoreboard keepers Garry Helms Most Florida tobacco, however.

Hamilton was working a road Wednesday. Thursday and Jaycees swings into action. Dwight Elder pitching for Community David Dyal makes a photo- and Morris Kirk seem to be getting :
The From left to hould be ready by the 16th.
block set up to apprehend the Friday en the Pratt Street Play- : State Bank, with Umpire finish at home plate with Catcher a big kick out of posting the still
fames have proved Bradford County growers
holdup men who murdered liquor popular and I Randy Joiner takes a healthy : John Manning at left. Drew Groover trying to tag runs.
ire expecting a 50 per cent loss
store; clerk Aughtry Hodges, in -
Collision With on their .tobacco crop this year
: Macclenny Friday night. He noticed Cabinet Awards School EquipmentTo Florida.
Keystone MembersOf Social SecurityA due to rain. County farmers have
a 1949 Mercury as it pulled
Brooker ManA Cadets attending from here are
190 of tobacco planted
off the road some distance from Prison ContractsThe Cost$5,800 Civil Air Patrol C I't.: John Dodd, C-Sgt. Michael representative of the Gainesville yrar from a total allotment of
Ills road block, located at the intersection -
1951 Chevrolet driven by Foster. C. Sgt. D. Dodd, C-2c Ar-
of the Lawtey and State State Cabinet meeting in Goldwire B.. Colson of Brooker Attend EncampmentFive thur Sullivan and C-3c John Da, Social Securfty office will 248.Only
60 acres of tobacco were
: Farm roads. The driver of the Bids on cafeteria equipmentand I I be at the courthouse in Starke
Mercury jumped out and ran into Tallahassee!: last week awaitied a collidedwith a big diesel locomotive desks to be placed in the new members of the Keystone vis. from 9:30 a. m. Thursday July planted in the county last year

contract: for an immediate start Wednesday morning July 8, .school buildings under construction During thee encampment the 23. Persons wishing to transact because many farmers had their
the woods. on the long delayed in Lake Butler. Civil Air Patrol squadron are among cadets are gin instructions by
constructionof Soil Bank.
allotments in the
were accepted by the Bradford social security business or obtain -
The moor hiner, apparently the'top 215 CAP cadets attending -
a new multi-million dollar, The accident occurred at the Air Force personnel. They will This brought total revenue of
,,warned County School Board in a meet- information are invited to
when Hamilton stopped '
: a summer encampmentat
maximum hen be able to teach cadets in
another car was not seen again. security prison at Rai-I Dekie Street crossing on S. R. 23 ing Tuesday afternoon at 2 Eglin Air Force Base in West their home squadrons what they see: the representatve at this $39.723: on an average: price of

His car was registered in Bradford ford.Low as Colson was returning to o'clock. have learned. time. 51.1 cents per pound.;

County and contained five jucs bidder on the work was Brooker from Lake Butler. : The new equipment will be

of moonshine of five gallons each. Thompson & Street Co., Atlanta. A 76-year-old grocery store owner placed in the new Southside Elementary Apartment For Rent--2 o'rt rooms, .ADDER LOST: -20-ft section of
Ga.. at 4653000. To that amount School in Starke Lawtey i lore: thing room. dinette "ff living 4 ruion ladder. Color blatk Need

Charges DismissedCharges the Cabinet added a $1,430 radio Hospital, Colson in is Gainesville in Alachua recover-General Junior High and C. C. Anderson Sell It Rent It Trade I II, I room l''aily this F\ rni-hrd.!! in a second Modern floor bunca-bath. and adly Starke.Lost between Reward.Bedford Write Lake Bill
antenna low
system. The low bid of from seven broken ribs and colored school in Lawtey. Tall We) 4-2SQO. tfchg Vail. Box 466. Starke. or notify

1,075,171 on cells, steel, and ling The Newton School EquipmentCo. .. Tadford County Telegraph.
of non-support againstn partially collapsed lung. His I.tliC.K IIOMi-: 2tcng 7-U
equipment came: from Decatur of Jacksonville! placed low 20 WORDS OR LESS:! O.. Ia r4lB (111.1... Cfcarr FUR SALE- J
) Colonial-type
elderly Negro man were dismissed recovery! is progressing as well n hou e.
Iron & Steel Co., Decatur Ga. as can be expected. bids of $77J- la or $29.75 each on EACH ADDITIONAL: WORD OVER :0 --__ ___ 4 Per -p... 1 tndionms. living rm. family rm.. FOH SALE at Bargain-20 ft. Alma
Circuit Court G.
by Judge
Cut from the two bids was 26 folding tables; $490.20 or $8.17 ;O% DIBCOfftT OK REPEAT K9ERT1OV9 SAJfiS! Au '\iininc\ rm.. sun parlor; I'att'd'ainul N .miter reconditioned inside and outside -
L Patten Tuesday 'morning. The big diesel pushed Colson'sccar Vtf ADDITIONAL FOM BM\D- ADS!! OR ADS St choice residential area; full size bed. Call after 1.8
$165.335 representing cost of a I pach on 60 13-inch desks; $542.40or NOT PAID If! ADVASCB iloHe to business! reition. schools.fhurrheK. p'L 1 \\'. Wlllard. 999 B. Powell.
Patten Ran-
Judge said deck house. Option was retainedto 134 feet down the track $9.04 each on 60 15-inch desks; I..t rxtrnds drpth of en- t Phone WO 4-0845. UP
dolph was in poor health and reinstate fore it finally to be-I WE HAVE a new loan for tire bloik. Will sell partly famished
the deck house in the came a and $1,464 or $9.76 each on 150 program If.d..irffi. Ocntrfct Airs. H.
unable to work often enough: to farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 Jean FOR JEXTbedroom furnished:
cortract within six months, however Both sides of the car were crushed 17-inch desks. for the entire credit requirements I; McLendon. :0:3Vt' tchel.r.! OrIanujo i-.uee with carport and large utility
support himself and meet the and also to incorporate an and the doors forced open. The Newton company a of the farmer a"1! )Ins fam A-I Fla., or inquire Bradford ru -m. For couple with infant childor
gave County
demands for support of his ex- electrical Union County Deputy Sheriff A. ily. Gainesville Product! Cred'A8sot'faU"D Used Cars Telegraph. tfchg with on. grown boy or girl In-
wife and teen-age son. generalor.The ; 10 per cent discount from their VO Worth Main. ituire! .35 N. Thompson. ItrhgW."TEood
Ii i I total price on this phase of A. Sweet who investigated, said ,quoted prices on desks since the Gainesville. F''... tfch"RADIOI TAILOR )1.\PIIAPKRIKS madeto
1959 'ri..r. )Irll. r,'(?Ky Shaller 209B used fishing boat
he belived that if the had Bel : :
car Air
construction was 5573266. Con- j. Board purchased all desks from i REPAinrn Chev. Ad kins. phone Wo 4-5934. tfchg Vost be reasonable. Call Waldo.
-GULF TIP .. tractors have 22 months in whichto turned over instead of remaining i them. An Make AU HMeto Tudor HObart 1-2431 2ch : 7
.... Hard
U M ..
compiete the pUright. Colson would have been Two companies. Newton and Charge* c araate V.8 IX PLANNING A kindergarten pro-
building. The entire I SHEPHERD'S RADIO A TV lot at WeM-
\f KTHI.I it is helpful lo know the FOR SALErrCprner
by ERNEST'TANNER prison will be constructed in killed. Universal Seating Co. of Jackson- I .> !.... Greta. Owvrr Overdrive, Power Pack Radio proximate nnmhrr of rhildren to ap.be -n.r-iand and West South Contact -

610 N. three phases.By Neither xechicle was travelingfast. vile placed identical bids of $3.52 ,\ZK.. Call Stark!9!>t. P'o.e". Fla.COLONIAL 0 4-6901 Heater, Air Conditioned. rnrolled. If y.ur child i is!! planning O. E. Crosby. JDW* 38 32-J.Raiford Up
Temple Ave. I to attend kind>rgartn next term Ph.0 4-6211. extension
letting: the contract before I The"engine, ,pulling an At- each on 550 metal folding chairs. I One Owner. Almost New! i pla!!>> vail Mama Priest at0
August. 1 lantic Coast Line train, was car- Hotel Chin&ware of Jacksonville FLORIST! { 4 :2 4:11. UpI
the State
escape Only F. T. D. Florist in Start.*. .
$100.000 in new sales taxes on rying only a few cars for switching .bid $3.40 each on the same chairs. Flowers wired any plao .'I..w'n, 1959 Ford Passenger I I FoJL&ErltJity: In newly decorated I I

building materials: levied by the purposes. Sweat estimated Col- The Board voted that County \for v-, 4-Kf all occasions SOS Foot: locally.Nona S t.Phone tfrht: Custom Sedan ho((er. 634 :o'. Cherry St. 3 6 MonthsAuto
1959 legislature. son's speed at 10 miles per hour. School Superintendent H. P. Mor- .'lrooms: bath. Urce;: In Ing room.

.k Prisoners will provide all the Robert Henry McDuffie of Jack- gan go to Jacksonville in order to ments.FOR RENT Reasonable-Furnished ra'''". apart-Near Fordomalic Radio Heater., -)mb. kitchen porch and and sun dining deik. PhonWO room.aretied ..

common labor and some of the sonville the engineer said he determine which of the three shopping center. Phone WO 92011r Low Mileage. New Car. 4-K551.: ----IIp 7-25:: Liability
had been sounding the whistle I chairs to purchase. { WO 4- U4 or call at 213 S.
skilled labor. Guaranteed. FOU HEo CottaKeArcadia" 4
However the construction -
Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Ott ice.
o aid applied the brakes 25 feet. The Board accepted bids ,from nmms and hath 1'nfornishedJ
is trchgMen's
expected to
provide before the train hit the auto.ACL Hobart of Jacksonville for $311.68 1955 J"nahl" .' T. QIJlglpy. cornet
employment for many skilled Plymouth f"Jh.nn and ('''''rr. Sl. %I"hl115
; Agent Earl Dukes usually on a new stove and $346.41 on a $1 5:00:
I workers in this area.ScienceFiction. Leather
flags traffic when trains pass. HPW oven for the cafeteria at Station WagonGood FOil R ';nl'XTrnflJrnj small
: hou>e. also furnished apartment
I but does not have time during tfouthside Elementary. These were Tires. Very Clean! lK>t'i at rear of store building at 321 J
TaleIs prolonged switching operations. not the lowest bids submitted. but HALF SOLES Temple Ave. Contact Mrs.! Maude

Latest ThrillerAt Colson said he had driven over the Board decided to accept themin 1954 Buick Hard Top. on>Tntt TTatford at McCarthy's Hit Garage.. ; Uh8 mile

the crossing hundreds of times lieu of buying inferior equip- Doyle E. Conner

Florida Theatre"The and always before had looked to ment. 1.50 up Radio, Heater, Straight Drive. AT AUCTION

see if a train was coming. Over 30 New (CEDAR KEY, FLA.
Mysterians" a science- Local Man PromotedR. Men's Rubber and Used Sat.. July 1*. 3 P. M- Insurance Agency

fiction thriller wide-screen and Cars and Trucks BON AIR COTTAGES
Two Games PlayedIn
color, will be at the Florida Thea- P. Jackson son of Mrs. Fred HEELS 85' TO t Est. 1950: A-l location property 218 Temple Ave.
If.your tires are "showing !signs SELECT FROM AT dock and
tre Sunday and Monday.It Softball LeagueGarden Iionhard of Starke was recently highway bay. fishing' PHONE WO 44501FOR

us.aM avoid a bum steer. Whether tells the hair-raising storyof promoted and placed in chargeof STARKE'S SHOEREPAIRING landing; 8 completely: furnMied

you nerd a new tire or a re.of a race of gigantic scientific Restaurant stayed on product supply and traffic modern ('ottagf'Sith kitchenette

trouble, don't wait. Check with intellects whose planet is destroyed 'top of the Softball League by with the Surburban Propane Gas TER1LLEGARMOTORS plus owner's furnished home and SALK OR TRADE

pair, we're happy to serve )'00.Pg by an atomic disaster and who over Waldo Corp. of Whippani N. J. His Rift shop.' .Alv JO waterfront
winnin; games 123 S. Walnut SL )'od-rn three bed-rrwm masonry
determine to take over Earth. photograph and an article about lot, Owner 74 retiring. Going for
tne only games last week not home terrazzo floor acre lot. paved
The movie was produced in Japan his promotion was published in what it brings AUCTION.. You road. 2 miles!! from town. lance

Enough to Accomodate and stars Japanese actors. It rained out. a recent issue of ButanePropaneNews. Across from Park Theatre **t the price. Cany: term*. building. Will suitable sell for chop or apartments for.
innings to give or exchange
Small was released in the United States o It took ten Mr. Jackson is expected to Your Authorized Ford DealerIn GRISSOX REALTY AUCTIONCO. nir small home la Starke: balance
rough to Appreciate 10-6 victory over FOR RENT-Kingsley Lake effi-
by MOM. Garden the spend two weeks with his relatives M cine
) apartment or cottage by week Bradford County
Waldo in a game that completedlast here in August. : (T month. Call WO 4- Oll. C. H. Siher Springs Fla A. J. THOMAS.! Realtor
week's 5-5 tie rained out in Xasworthy. tfchg :205 Trnple Ave. TeL WO 4-571
I HASTINGS I .\'rrn\lTn.nl.Y >KW \f'r__ !51. trmm C..ity Court H.."e
the fifth. MATTRESS
w.c.T.u."THE i 1tes that are aede4 ky Lake Ret- IIOMKMasonry.
COMPLETE TREE SERVICE Waldo was again the victim .00".f.. will he found at Billy JackCoetf & UPHOLSTERY WORKS OWNER can pick up brown collie
when Garden Restaurant won 8- LIQUOR TRAFFIC DESTROYS *.. Saaaly Tart la rear mt ';io Lemon St. Palatka : J bed rooms, hardwood puppy male and black and white
Big D..'. FHtW}. Steel B..tLadiag flo-r8. uilt In garage automaticheat bulido male at dolt pound for
Pruning Cavity Work 3 In the only regularly scheduled Mata II .. x lo ft. led Furniture Repaired, Upholetered and air condition paved street, cost of board and advertisement.
MISERY. Uda. Life Raft.. Lllht Fixtarr city utilities large landscaped lot. .
not rained out. nty: 'f Starke. Itch*
Bracing Tree Removal game [THE NATIONAL PROHIBITIOXIST. Fluhla* a..Bba .f an ....... & Refinished Prk-e 114,219.00 Term
Scheduled games for this week Steel Malax eota. V.e4 F.ralt.re.Wlada. .
D -Mossinz Transplanting .] "..._ eve.., D*.rete MATTRESSES REBUILTNew .,. I. THO'IiS, RKALTOR HOUSEWIVES
...; axe: .. .te. Can WO 4-4OOL. ..k f.r Innerspringsand 3"5 Temple .,.... Tel. WO 4-5701 Housewives AVON offers a career I
Free Inspection; and EstimatesSAPP'S July 17. State Main- : Mr. Gkaatr* *r .MBM la t. see .. .'rr_ St. lr.. (...ty Car n....
Friday, .. .Box Springs to the women whowiahes to
kra .
la tvna. tfckc
tenance Shop vs. Waldo, and WHY% PAY RENT? Drop Us a Card or CaDPAL11L :-STORT HOUSE be in business for herself. Write
FOR 15 ft A-I location FOR SALE
REXT-5tore. Mrs. Oulda Sweat P. O. Box 540
TREE SURGEONSPETE Keystone vs. Development Com main' street Keystone \ EA 5-9166 mostly furnl hed. Apply (15 N.rhnrv.h .
mission. WILL BUILD HOME Height Phone 4275 day or 41CS STARKE WO 45334SIRS. J s, tin 7/13 Live Oak Florida.

July 19. Garden Rest- night. Itch.1il1: LOST:: Man's plain gold weddincnand. :
SAPP Owner Sunday ON YOUR LOT I CITRUS bearing .tie..
PEGGY SHALLEB: Starke st In area of 'etzer* flf container
Keystone and Waldovs. I ROCSE FOR StLE found Also Plum, earner
STARKE PHONE WO 43965P. aurant vs. return to Setter's Super MkL rown. Apple
No DownPayment Tit restricted residential area. ( AeBt for reward, ttc-hg Pear Hood and Eli IBoth
make-up I
C. -
Company rooms and bath. fe mile to Setser'sStore .
0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Grapevines. Persimmon etc. Ever.greens.
1 land. 17 foot screeMd
games- acre tWig WANT A LIKFFRO\T 1I0WEr Shade Trees, Camellias ova
TONEY HOME BUILDERS back porch. LJrinr room 22 x U.Can.ge 2 Bedroom. 400 varieties. Azal.s. ,
AGENTS 21. Garden Restaurant furnished frame houseon ftna plants
Tuesday. July and store house. House 209 x 179 ft. lot side of fun of bud and bloom.
GENERAL on east our
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617 vs. Company C-, and State: .Inc. painted Inside and furnace outside. attic last fan falL New, Remodeling.COXSTRCCTIOS all types Florida Lake Wlnnott. See J. R. Nobles. plants for quality. w. are located I
Included floor Maim,.. (; = ? 7 ?3 11 miles
Gainesville, Fla. Ocala Fla. Maintenance Shop vs. Development large frigidaire kitchen gas range rooms, car ports patios. Free esti ph fl222 tp east of Keystone Heights
FORTH mates. Call on Hiway 180. Thousands of plants.
Contact RAY Franklin 2-8041
GaInesvIlle -
Phone'1651 Lake Fla. and hot water beater both new. FOR RENT Furnished
I City, Commission. Fla. Up 7ll| cottages -0. C Canes Nursery, Phone MU (
In excellent condition.
Everything :
nice for couple near schooL (1 4-42)5. Flonhome Fla. tf
For Expert'Tree Surgery Call Our Agent Thursday. July 23, Waldo vs. PHONE 4123' Can afternoon or evenings. (II S. Lake St. Phone WO f- .U. Mrs. A.KIVOSLRT ,
Westmoreland St. ZtP 7/18 -Furnished garage F Sanl. en 5f5Tahn $t. ft.tolf
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL C0 Keystone and State MaintenanceShop apartment on Ktngcley Lake. Completely Southern Regional Water Ski
I( vs. Garden Restaurant.. Keystone Heights, Fla. TWO PIECE-Living-room suit for famished except: linens. LAKPr--Fntlr room Tournament I
224 N. Heights
Ave. Phone "4-3965 Keystone
I calf. Can be seen at 761 X. Walnut Pent by week only. I'buae VS It 4.I in-Mlero. 2 bedrooms. Weekly. Mrs
i Su Upi'I t2OL;: tfckg Eeiketl: KU 1. lip ,JoJj 21-26.
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Trick rx r ; SR 21 Improvement t tt Harris Named Head

I: I II .lIs Scheduled Q Of Citizens Group
By Mary K. Nohaeffer ,
I For
Keystone Height
Champ ; Mayor AnnouncesMayor
Water Ski Tickets On Sale I carded ale on display at Keystone I f Bids are* scheduled to be recer* M. L. Beasley has ap-
i cd
by the State
Ski i j State Bank. There will be 90 in Departure v1d pointed Fran: W. Harris Jr. ,to
Tickets for the Water :
I the
i latter
part of
all.i Will : July for resur tt P'.a. of
M chairmanship the Citizens Advisory
sale this
Tournament will be on Ep I facing State Road 21 from abou
week-end at most of the business i Summer Recreation Notes I 10 miles north of Committee, he announced
establishments: of downtown Key-;I I During the past two weeks, the S .,.', .. Heights, through the business Keyston district y-: terday. Harris will replace
stone Heights. Season tickets (for i,J, Keystone Pony League has won AppearIn of the town. : Frank Walrath Jr., who resigned
3 days] will be $2.50 for adults I, four sourer out of four. They play- The news was received Monda; the post several weeks ago.
and $1 for children. For one day,I,I td Melrose and won 1001th bv Mayor M. L. Beasley in a let The Mayor named Lawrence P.
adults will pay $1 and children, i Jimmy McMurtry pitching a no-! tr from Senator Tom Adams o LaMee as a member of the committee
50e.Chamber. hit game, and:! lacked only two Orange Park. to fill the vacancy on the
Beasley said he und L ..
of Commerce Notes j! batters to pitching a perfect Ii ?tood the resurfacing woulc]( advisory group.
The Chamber of Commerce will]j ?!1m{>. The next Melrose game was Ski be carried beyond the curve a The Citizens Committee meets
hold! the most important meeting j I won 13-0 witn Bill Simmons Keystone Inn. It will include th,e prior to each regular Council
of the year on Monday e,enmg, pitching a no-hitter. In the following a main buisness street, which ha: iLi meeting to make recommendationsfor
July 20, at the Clay Electric Co-. came, they beat Johnson, 'Meet just been widened but not resur ; needed improvements and
op at 8 p. m This will be the final League leaders, 12-2. with Mickey faced only sla?ged. .other suggestions for the benefit
planning meeting for the Southern Rcbicn! pitchm The fourth game Senator Adams also expressec of the town-
Regional Water Ski Tournament was won against Hawthorne with hope that the widening and resurfacing I
and all members are urgedto Jimmy McMurtry pitching another St. WJliam's Catholic Chapel
of SR 100 ,
... through CIa y
attend. no-hitter: score 11-0. With scores ... .: County would Keystone HflfhU
."'-. a realit
I Some of the trophies to be a- Continued[ On Next Faerl __% k 0 "" "'J/,' .. :r;' in the near future. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m.
rJ + i: Hclyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.

'. "$ ., '.,f- : ..................... 4-H Members Off To Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
i ,
<'W ::1' ... ,. Confessions before an Masses
: .-r. :J t. Baptisms marriages and instructions
"" .. "I.rf'Ijiioe are O-
; 'iJ: :' ;... '"= "......: Mann driver by appolntmemt.
i''J' .'' ': -. :t'.t1'II,' ;...c them to encampment at Cherry/:and Mrs. Frances P. Egan, volunteer

'. ',' .''" '.-_--". ... .,1t.. .J/
.. .. :'00. ... Keystone ;Heights. they were picked up by the bus
::JIM OF ALL TRADES::: .... ?.. ....:.. ,.,... ;!",'-;.. Mrs- C. W. Rogers spent the Heights and Lake Geneva: [U-rJ/The group is pictured on the from Green Cove Springs and
weekend |
in Carol Campbell
r: ,.. --/,- ;.., >-.. Tampa visiting her I Caroline Hayes, I grounds i at Bradford County Hospital joined ether Clay County camp-
(MASTER OF ONE) son, C. W. Rogers, Jr. Lee Townsend, and Joe MannJj j I Monday morning, where
Geoffrey Wolfe of the Jackson- cent honor came when he scored Eddie. Peggy. Linda. and Clyde Ir'''......: I flS-
ville Ski Club, who recently established 2,311 points in tricks in the Rothhammer children of Mr. and
Phone Jim new world's record Carolina Water Mrs. ,
Hayes a Festival to establish Glynn Rothhammer spent "'- ---4 "1c.
fT points in tricks, will be one a new worlds record. Last last week with their grandparents,.
KEYSTONE 3)73To ; cf the many top-flight water skiers year he placed third in the boy's :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley in ::;::. : .. :.-
in the Southern Regional Gainesville.Sen .
competing tricks division in the national rrxrr: .
Tournament on Lake Geneva and Mrs. J. E. Cross wentto .
Make An Honest Buck I Will Do at Keystone. Heights, July Championship. Orlando last week to get their : __. _
24-26. Among the other topflight skl- daughter Gayle, who had been I If
A Little This amazing young 17yearoldis ?rs who will take part in next I'spending the week with Mr. and
the son of Mr. and Mrs. William week's tournament are: |'Mrs. Bob Bishop. _

PLUMBING Wolfe of Jacksonville and Nancie Rideout of Cypress Gar-i Tommy Nielson of Palatka
TREE TRIMMING Silver Lake, and is a familiar figure tjp ns, national women's championand spent a few days with his grandparents < ;?
CARPENTERING *" SEPTIC TANK WORK in this area, frequently seen current holder of the wom- Mr. and Mrs. C. 1,. Mann. 0 : MONTHLYPAYMENTS: :
skiing, on lake. Geneva. PAINTING J..AWNMOWI G Goeffrey ooh first place for Barbara Bible School. .
Cooper of Lakeland, Mrs. R. '{ $ Pfe> IL r
L. Smith is *
spendingthe -----
t tricks in the 12th annual Dixie who
ROOFING the world's jumping week .
WELL DRILLING in St. Augustine.Dr. -
Water Ski Tournament at
Cypress record for :
girls at 91 feet [threefe.t. James'Loranger of Fernan- -
Gardens last-April, when he
ETC. : : :: longer than the women's
record dina Beach
i spent, last weekend
'just old enough to. enter senior )J.
iI I division competition. His most { with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huff-
reREDFEARN -l JOe Cash-- Of-- -Sarasnta-.-----, wni-M'e............ .m*.. distance title holder at 136 feet. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tillman f--- TILL OCTOBER
Henry Holmes of West Palm went to Georgia last week and
Beach former brought Mrs. Tillman's
national overall mother
TiL back for a visitAMAZING
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ach, DixieVeterans overall frarn'x Tire Sale atf. OLpQjId PAIR
hampion.The Mr; and Mrs. Charles T. Rid
dling of Ft. Myers spent Thurs-I LAUNDRY
tournament's first event is day night with Mr. and C. ..
"scheduled for 8 a. m. Friday, July Mann on their way to Greenwood,
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J Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar her sister and brother-in-law. Mr.
Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion :and Mrs. Jack Jacoby, and fam- i
; 9:30: a. m., Sunday I
ONLY- School; 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayr ily.Grant Rothhammer and daugh-
and Sermon [Holy Communioneach ters, Joyce and Carol, took a fishing -
first Sunday]; 6:30 p. HL, trip to Matanzas Inlet last

-S Young Holy People Days-7:30 meet.: a. m.. Holy week.Here to attend the funeral of I .

Communion. their father, Charles Wingen--
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'.r...... ., .,..e..n Mr Duncan. ie! were active in the following i i.mergencies. their former home of Norfolk J I I
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS Woman's Club LibraryThe during June: John- Va. and to Winston Salem N. C.. \
Woman's Club Library now ,en Lake brush fire., boat and here they visited their son,,Rev. I
has a number of college catalog: trailer fire on highway, Salvationrmy George I> Coigin. While in Norfolk -
which should be of interest tc trash fire, and a drowning the Colgins visited Mrs. F. A. ti
Wa& AAAAAAAAAAAAA. boys andgirts considering higher it Putnam HalL I.I Przpatrick, and were pleased, to
Chief Millican said he ,would find that she has completely
[Continued from Page HI education who have not yet decided I
on a school. Catalogs are atend.thenext. Chamber of Commerce -I covered,from injuries received in
like these. Keystone is probablynow from all nearby colleges in Flor- meeting in an effort to for- an auto, accident some months) ;
tied for ftrst place. i ida. Georgia, and South Carolina. mulate plans for adequate fire ago. Mrs. Fitzpatrick is Mrs. Harold :
Keystone met Waldo in Waldo, State Park News protection during the coming Ski- ) Sutton's mother. l
meet- Firemen will be given definite Mr. and Mrs. George Massa
Tuesday. and Florahome in Keystone During the past week, total at- I
assignments during this per- went to Tampa Saturday night
Wednesday.The tendance t& Gold Head Branch iod. to: bring home their two daughen -'
last Pony League game of State Park exceeded 7.500 per- E. E. Willams reported that the -; =. Gina and Phyllis, who had]1
the season will be played next sons. This topped last year's attendance fund drive was progressing satis- teen visiting all last week with t
Monday, June 20, at Interlachen, for the same week by factorily.Bon their uncle and aunt, Mr. and '
4:30 p. m. 1200. Everyone had an enjoyabletime Voyage Party Wayne Croft- l'l'J.fs.
The Little League team played although the rain may have Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fiertz were Jlrs. Myron Prevatt returned this I
Melrose last Friday, and were defeated ;- dampened a few spirits during the honor guests at a farewell party meek after attending a family reunion -' f
11-2. They'will play Mel- afternoon on Saturday and Sun- given for them on Saturday evening at the home of her sister!' .
rose again [fin Melrose Thursday, day.Early by a group of their friends. 1:1 Enon. Ohio. This was the first
July 23. Volleyball, Tetherball Monday morning, Mr.! The party vas held on the Herbert time she and her sister and two
and Shuffleboard activities will Drinkuth of Miami, who campedat Nelsons' front lawn Mrs. Fiertzreceived brothers had all been together for
'-be resumed on Monday, July 20, the park all week, managed to. a number of farewell 18 years. She was gone 10 days.
for girls aged 1016Games wiD land a fat and sassy tenpoundbass i gifts: from ths group. The presentation AMAZING TIRE OFFER! See I
begin at 1:45: p. m. A shuffleboard as well as three smaller bass, : was made by Charlie Uedfearn's Ad. j i
and tetherball tournament will be using a black eel. He had this McGlave. Mr. and Mrs. Fiertz will Miss Pam Schuch is visiting her'
set up next week and Mr. Duncan good luck while fishing in Lake be leaving this weekend for Cleveland sister and broiher-in-law and
would like all girls interested to Johnson, in the Park. Ohio, where Bob has been Edgar Akride- having arrived I'
sign at the playground.A transferred by the DuPont Co. July 4. Pam flew down from ChiI
up Keystone Fire Dept. I \Veddintr Shower cago. Pan and Jan's mother, Mrs.! .and
boy tetherball tournament I .. get your TREASURE CHEST KEY when
I I 'At a meeting of the Keystone Last Saturday morning, the Joy Enl Kleinfelder of Camden! you
will start net all interested Heights Volunteer Fire
Tuesday and Dept. on Bell Class of the First Baptist Tenn., will arrive today to'isit"
boys aged 10-15, are urge!I I July 7, Chief Tommy Millican reported -,
with her .
Church School held daughters.Mr.
Sunday a Iff it
ed to sign up for this event with that department person- miscellaneous' wedding shower for and Mrs. H. L. Cotton of;, ihop. opens the chest, you win the treasure! I

M'iss Kenny Brice at the home of Charleston, W. Va. arrived last;I
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE Rev. and Mrs. J- R. Smith. Mrs. Thursday to visit the Sam Gardner j
Smith read an article to the groupon family. The Cottons are Mrs-
Men's Women, Children's Clothing '&: Shoes the origin of the Wedding Gardner's parents.Mr. FREE! FREEIfFREE! I
and Mrs.
SPORTS WEAR SPECIALTY Cake. LeVon Peyton president of Lindsey Duggan
the class read a recipe for hap- have returned to their home in;
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner piness. After the prospective bride Rome, Ga. after spending a week 2jsa
opened her gifts, Mrs. Smith served in Keystone with their daughter,I
refreshments. Present for the Mrs. Carl Duncan and her hus-
: occasion were LaVon Peyton. band. Another daughter Linda remained $ '
Claudia Nobles, Bessie Ridenour, in Keystone for a prolonged $300 In onderfulGifts)
Gloria Smith, Ruby Lane Smith visit with the Duncans.
Marian Fredriksson, and Marian's I Mr. and Mrs. Walter'M.Wide-
cousin from Oklahoma, Pat Tiedg zren of Haddam; Conn. arrived \
WATCH n. Mrs. Smith was assisted by Thursday evening to spend a week .
Mrs. A. Loudon and Mrs.'E. I> with Mr. Widegren's brother and
Brice, mother of the bride. family, the Ernest Widegrens-
FOR OPENINGOF Party For Johnny Warren Miss Sally Craven of Tampa Look At These Values
Johnny Warren, Jr.. celebratedhis spent the weekend with Mr. and
seventh birthday with a'partyon Mrs. Don Mcr an. Miss Craven "
July 1 at his home on Lake- and Mrs Morgan were former
THE NEW Hew drive. Prizes were won by schoolmatesduring their high I
Stevie 'Elmore, Greg Harris,"and school ,years in New Castle, Pa. 8 Tall Cans Pet Instant Dry PAR-T-PACK- I
Greg Thomas. Party guests ''Were Five CAP Cadets from this area Dixie Lily Golden Heart
Greg:Harris, Greg Thomas.'Frank left by plane from Jacksonvilleon Pet Evaporated CANNED DRINKS
BELOTE'S DRUG STOREIN Harris, Edwin Baker,'Bruce Sun- Sunday, July 5, for Eglin Air I MILK.35c 1-CAN ,FREE WITH Salad and Cooking Quart
derland,Stevie Elmore and Mickey Force ,Base for 12 dayS' --encamp MILK 1.00 3 CANS FORDRINKS
Brokas. ment. They were Mike Foster, 3 Quart Package. OIL 39 'I
Bake Sale Announcement Arthur Sullivan. John Dodd.and .
Limit with $5 food Order Reg. 39c Value 29
OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME The'ladies of St.'Anne's Epis- Danny Dodd, all of Keystone, and Limit 1 "I I
"opal Church will hold a Bake John Dixon Davis of Starke. -
Sale on Friday and Saturday NEED NEW TIRES See Red-
ON LAWRENCE BLVD. ; Tuly 24-25, in the vacant lot near fearn's ad. I
'he Nearly-New: Shop. The sale Reba Hall and ,Roberta Sibley Southern Maid
'rill last-an day, both days, unless I I left last Sunday afternoon on a
'hey are sold out.Prospective purhesers train from Lake City bound for
should come early. Mississippi City, Miss., where they MEAL GRITS 5.1b pkg I
.,., CHURCH NEWSSt. will visit Roberta's aunt for two OR1 33c. :
Anne's Episcopal [Continued On Next Page ,
Attention: Daily Vacation BibleS .
;,hool will.be held at St. Anne's VYYVvVVVyyyyyyyyyyyyywyy ....- I '9.iJII'' -.' .. :
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H'rom? Handwork 9 to 11:30, Bible a. Study m. There, and will re- MELROSE And You Get Your TREASURE CHEST KEY When You Shop -

KEYSTONE GAS CO. fi '.:hments. There will be two age By Joyce Rothhammer ,. .
roups: 4 and 5 year olds, pre-

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Heights, Fla. Bible School faculty will consistof
Father BID Breyfogle, Mrs. bach, were his son Charlts E., Jr.
Robert Jackson. Mrs. Lawrence and Joseph Philip who is stationed How The
Come In And Register For FREE LaMee, Dianne Brokas, Dee Dee in Germany. Daughters presentwere Treasure Works:
Hardenbergh. Susan .Davis,Lane. Mrs. Elwood Schuler, Jr. and
Jarkson, Eleanore Thompson, and Mrs. Walter Olson of Riverdale,
Prizes To Be Given Away Aug. 1 Jackie Larsen Md. Mrs. Douglas Tuten and fam-
George Milan will be Rev:Brey- ily of Center Line,Mich. and Mrs., WHILE SHOPPING at YOUR5E11Efi'S
ro le.s assistant this summer. He Richard Ostrander and family of,
Electric Freezer
conducted services last Sunday Orlando. Mr. Wingenbach 84, was
during Rev. Breyfogle's absence.Mr. buried in the Melrose Cemetery.
Certificate for $25 Worth of Gas Mlan is a graduate of Rollins HP died Friday July 3.
College, and has had three yearsat Duplicate Bridge .
60-Gallon Gas Tank St. Luke's seminary at Se- Winners of Melrose Duplicate SUPER
w:nee, Tenn. Bridge Club were: high Mrs. MARKET
Sportsman's Outdoor Barbecue Set Rev. Breyfogle and a group of Cook and Miss Mansfield; 2nd
young teen-age campers will return -high, Mrs. Alice Ketcttum and
3 Seta Century CookwareVISIT from Camp Weed this Sat- Mrs. Helen Phelps-
urday. ._ There's not much news this week.;
Ladies of St. Anne's are requested I'm sure you all have some news Friday and Saturday This %Week Pick Your
US IN OUR NEW LOCATION OPPOSITE to remember the bake sale to ,but perhaps' don't know how to Up '
be held July 24-25, and make get in touch with me. News can: :
MALLARD'S FIVE & TEN plans to donate baked goods. be left at Robinson's Grocery orseat 'TREASURE CHEST KEY TAKE IT TO :
PersonalsMr. to me. My address is Melrose"Florida. .
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KEYSTONE children of Jacksonville were i Ve- iAXV-tL'f E ; t- the weekend guest of his parents litiLMBy ON Bradford County.

HIGHLIGHTSAAAA..AAAAA.AAAAAAAA.AA tmt'v1s1tors at the home of the AND. GRANDIN.. .. i or.. Mr! and Mrs. M--L.--Tamer. "" .. Mr- and Mrs. Harold Norman
Mr.I and Mrs. 'Leo Dyal of and children are enjoying their
Robert Jacksons. Mrs. Webber .A. By BIrs. C. .B. NPlaaasa 1I, 4 ..,dSeioy Tlhett6 I .: .Mrs. Harvey McCarthy
who By Dane4 .) ..\4, Brooker were Sunday guests of *' "' & vacation at Kingsley Lake..
be is'MrsJackson's sister, will &AA6A&&Aa&AA*AL L11 &AAJ&A&&AAAAAAA&AAAAAAA&WSCS Mr. and Mrs. C. W: Thomas and : ..&. &..A..... ..&.. .. Mrs. Lou Norman is visiting her
[Continued From Page Nine] remembered in Keystone as the 1LLLLLLLLLAALLLLLL&LMr'and'Mrs.
in their trailer next door I
former Jacqueline HaskinsMrs- : ;..Marnlle 'Loses To Baldwin* ::< teets son new I' Howdy Neighbors and congratulations sister in Tampa-

weeks. Jackson's daughter. Beth, returned ; Mario "Oladell clSt. 'The Maxvflle Braves were defeated 'MiSs 'Enza' Blanchard! entertained to the 'D- B. Thomas family to Mr. and Mrs., c.1 Miss Marilyn Cox returned
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelabian and Augurtne t: were guests of Mr. Mrs. Louise Owens of 'Angler,
to Jacksonville with Mrs. Webber last Friday on their home the ladies -of the Methodist I Glenn Norman 'who were married Home Friday from Health Cen-
daughters of Bethpage, N. Y. ind Mrs. Paul Hubner. in Flora- : Tues- N. C. is visiting'her-parents. Mf.. "June 27 at Gainesville. She is still suf-
on Sunday to spend the week i field! by the Baldwin Indians 2'-'. WSCS at her apartment on Saturday evening, j' ter in
spent the fourth of July weekend withliher ''aunt. ''C-me last; Saturd r. !Bet r tack this' Thursday 'boys day'evening.- After.an interesting and Mrs. Riley Dixons and the E. Heilbronn Church. Mrs. Normanis fering fron severe headaches.

with Mrs. Kalabian's cousin and THIS, DEAL'S A DILLY! See Mr. and Mrs. Charles W Pack- when youxplayBaldwin again on !program homemade cake and L. Masseys.. '. the former Miss Linda Ann May we remember to pray in her
his wife Mr. and Mrs. Fremont' Sam spent Sunday w"ith\Iis. Alma their''field-:' 'punch"was'served to the following nand Mrs. Leslie Phillips and ;Gaskins daughter of Mr and Mrs.J. behalf.
Rcdfearn's Tire Sale ad.
Tolles. I Clark, Mrs. Packham's- ,' mother',, Birthday Party' guests' Mesdames'Johnny Tye. A. sons ef Callahan and Coleman I D. Gaskins. May the good Lord Very glad to report that young
Mr. and Mrs. Garlon Collett, Susan, Davis and Lane Jacksonare 'n Flora& m 'Lee of Lake visited the of Mr. and
Misses H. Harley;R. E- ,P.L. Dinkins, Phillips City bless and direct the lives of this Tommy Cowart son
Miss Jean Morris. Hugh and Bern- spending this week iri Okla- Raymond RUssell of St. Auguine s. 'Parrish Jewel 'North and Miss the I II H. Wainwright, Mae Wells, O. 'J. Phillips family on Sunday j charming young couple as they Mrs. Floyd Cowart recovered froma
entertained at
ard Morris, all of Roswell. Ga.. waha, guests of Susan's ;sjster, Visited Jim""Hubner 1 in Flora-*.. Patty bi MiS1 Pearson, H. C. Kelly, Ed Durban, evening. t travel life's highway hand in! bad insect bite and that Morris

spent last weekend with Mr. and I I :Mrs. C. E. Baker.G home" the first of the:a eek. I I home last. Shirley!night Higginbotham honoring- A. J. Adams, Effie Miner and Mrs Effie 'Boatwright anddaughter .hand.. Carter Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Bill Few and Mrs. Florahome children'Tho'I Friday I
family. Among and Pam Tye. i Carter, who suffered withan
Johnny Morris
: E. Wiggins returned last Shirley on her" 6th birthday an- enjoyed'a vacation with Members and friends of Heil
Collett, Miss Morris, and the Mor- have been attending the Youth
Burnell Wilkison of Miami is feeling fine also.
week after vacation spent in nivers2ry13hrey! 's friends gathered spent Mrs. Ann Rowell at Daytona bronn Church enjoyed a Peanut i eye injury
ris men are sisters and brothers Camp Moon"near: Travares'trTeojtst the weekend with his family and relatives in Others our sick list are Mrs.
Mexico. 'ih Jn Beach and other Boiling at' the church Tuesday on
oi Mrs. Few. On Saturday, the entire few' Greeks are Donna M'anri- I with played games .
parents Arthur Green
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil- Tampa. evening of last week. I I Carrie Norman and ,
Air._ and Mrs. Joe -Dourer !and listenefl'to5'music' until a late
enjoyed the day at: returned Linda Hubner .and CrieChie: I
group mg kkson the Mrs. W. H. Green.
I hOuT 'When refreshments were at Kingsley Lake place Jimmy Higginbotham is spending Mrs. R. L. Morgan and daugh- .,son of Mr. and
Crescent Brent Du'valBo
last.-week-after Foriny i
Beach. attendingthe ,Arline, and Wiiich Mr: and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs : stationed with the U. S Navy
serVed't}' i: this week with Mr. and Mrs. ters. Joyce and Judy left Monday' now
Mrs. Ray Lawrence is much International Magicians Con- Sasser"of St. Augustine is : and children of Jacksonville tof'Philadephia. Pa. Praying for
I are Joe Kicklighter and family in St.of this week for' a three weeks l
improved after having been ill forsome verOron in 'Chicago 'l ting :Timothy.Hubner in Mr. and Sffp. Bill Wolfe and
arid let's
visiting: occupying- Mrs Wilkison returnedto Petersburg.Mr. .eight-seeing visit to. California.TTe I war sick has healed many
weeks. I friends there- They also visited I viorahcme this,,week! : family of visitei Sunday Miami early in the'week. f know they 'will' have an enjoyable not forget.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren are Mr. ''Daurer's parents in South I Mr.. and Mrs. 'Erce'll Sapp of l".Vitlr, '. and Mrs.' Don Kigginbot-'c. XVe welcome Mr. and Mrs. Sid : and Mrs Tommy Hewitt trip and we hope, a safe Well guess that's about all for

occupying the Hudson house on Bend. Ind. Upon their; return thD:1"Urers Grandin 'roent 'Sunday with. rela- h2m. ': ney Hanson- of Portland Oregonto and daughter1 Ocala were one also- this time. May the everlovingLord
Lakeview Drive, recently vacated Mves iri Trenton. '- !isid.rtnd'Mrs.. Raymond Kil- Thursday"'supper guests of the D.
1 : were accompanied by our community. They have purchased Mr. and Mrs Lester Minton ana' and Saviour bless and pro-
by the Harold Sutton family.] The Misses Patricia :and Phyllis Tom- Mrs;, Calvin' 1Johnsbh'sof sfc: 'Auwdstine gore pnd family'will' leave finTana the Perry Davis home and B. Thomas family. 'son of Indianapolis, Ind. have retured tect and have mercy upon each of

Warrens have three children, and i jalno of Chicago, who will visit ?ont last week' in"Gran- Airforce base in Minnesota, will more here 'soon. Mr. Davis Mr. and; Mrs'Vaughn Prescott j-' to their home after spending : yonJbye now.

Mr. Warren is employed by S;>er- i i them here.SWING. 4m' with her sister. Mrs. Theodore Jnly 29, to return to Maxville. has gone to Savannah to live with Mrs. Elisha PrescOtt and Frederick a couple of weeks wits Mrs.Il'nton's .
Gornto. Mrs. '"Kilgore and the children I his visited RuSsell Prescott in Alachua ''HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH:
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H''f"'J'u' .' .wy,''.. '>... '" ." u..w".' .;::::.'>: Jennefer Williams of 'AthensGa. will'remain here while Mr. Kil- General Hospital in Gainesville on Seven
:> :k.rM wwwMOrxNW.W.N.Y.'L'aNN+a'.A R Mrs. Wilson Riley and Mrs. W H. Green. Paul W. Murray, pastor.
t- ; : spending a month in Grari-: "gcre. gOeS, overseas for duty with Geo. Teston. Sunday afternoon. j Miss Josie Wonzy ofSHyer! 'miles south of Starke on S. R. 100.

} TO 1' J?: fin at the home of her grand-" the Navy.:We welcome the family Miss Arthurine Blanchard of The J."Waters' Sunday guests: Springs, Md.. is still visitng with I, Sunday School. 10 a.m.; Wor-

wi father, R- K Seigler.Mr. back to Maxviile.Any 'I, Jacksonville was the 'weekend were Mr. and Mrs Boford Higgins,her'uncl* and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.] ship service 11 am.: Training

.... i:.:; and 1-frs..John McGinnis boys interested in playing guest of her sister Miss Enza botham snd Mr- 'and 'Mrs:' E. D.I Morris Carter and son. Morris Jr. Union 7 pm.; Evening worship, 8
E. ".? ?nd Mrs. McGinnis' mother, who softball with Maxville's team are: Blanchard. Higginbotham and family of.Max Miss Wonzy returned with JJr. i
?" spta Sa t> have been at their home in Gran- instructed to get in touch with i ville. pm.Wednesday
it 4 ;: Terry Futch spent from Thursday f and Mrs Carter recently when Prayer meeting,
ti L din; for several: weeks "returned to Mike Cannon or Booby Nolan. '
until Saturday visiting relatives 'Mr's! ?tn jilrs: Harry Galloway they spent their vacation visiting' 7:30 pm.
1 ( _' r Chicago.: EL this week. The local team will .play White- and friends fait West Florida. ol Washin'fton.' ,; C. are visiting With Mrs Carter's family] to Exeryone welcome.

tIi ICE CREAM s. MrS: Ethel Brockman of Gran- house. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Elliott of Mobile Mr. and Mrs..'DOnald Bennett: Virginia and Maryland.
din has had as house guests the "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett Ala. \:
tb t visited Mrs. Joyce Futch: "Mrs. JArthtir"Pearce and Jimmy Richard and
a"r' r: first' 'of the week her grandson. visited in Middleburg last Sunday Sunday afternoon as 'they were Sapp attended funeral servicesfar Warhe Harvey and our I visited'sons, Mr. and Mrs. GUTSSUMMER c1I r

: 'Richard Brockman and family with.Mr.. and.Mrs.. George Mosley enroute to I
,h,I 1 Your wnole family will \ and .- Daytona Beach. Albert Stevens in Jacksonville Denver DevricS and family Tuesday -
like Super Sue Ice Cream best of Madison.. i familY.Mr. Deepest sympathy is extendedthe Tuesday. evening of last week at Lake COLD
: 0 and Mrs. Dan Parrish entertained I .
Friends of Mrs. Fannie i Crews
Stock up-have this pdelicious Hinsley family in the passingof Carol Jean Mosley, Karen Lee Bedford. I
arc glad that she is back, ri'nerlittle ; : at their home last Sun-
It super good food on f r: l their mother Mrs. Honor and Margaret'Rosier-attended the Mr. and Mrs Devrick and chilJren .
in1 day, July 12 with a birthday dinner ,
home Florahome .arid is [Babel] t" ,
band 'f; I Crews. 4.tt. -H C? ? Lake last Wednesday morning for 1AKEr- (
K4-1. always' summer:: a Jot'betttr froth hpr recent illness. honoring:,Mrs- D. J. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Les McCIellari camp rry [ : I ;
week. their home in the Florida
t "Bradshaw of Jackson-
'\ 'k .- AMAZING OFFER! See Redf'am's -: end::! Buddy and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McCIel- if" t. f/'r 1
Cones, were--the' 'former
$ top 01nk. : Keys. They own-
filleEnjoying' this occasion were
:$ i mirk/-aglfl. ( Pat 'Griffin Tire Sale of Grandin ad. visitaJrehtives .1 I Mr. and Mrs:'D. J. Parrish and Ian left this week to spend their yyyyyyyyyyyyyy..y.yyyy.. ers of Farm Home and Auto and 666RE tr
vacations with Mr. and Mrs. Maxi -
wonderful friendship Trill
l. 1 in last weekend- I fhm y. Mr.'ihtJ l Mrs. Buddy'Brad- their I
Gfcrgia: i Reddish and daughter in El.
7mx"y? e l-)ng be by us.
Mr.'and Bradsbaw
Howard -
u' : ::::; :.F"r tr-l:; thaw" Mrs- tiPJEFJSLOOP
Paso, Texas. .. _...._ .
4pff fend
and Chris Mr. and 6.""
( FIRST BAPTIST r.mmCH son. "
Mr. ,
and Mrs. Erlie Padgett hadas '" : .
MickleV of JackconvUle'and'ilrf .' : .
fiiridolph -
KEYSTOVE. HEIGHTS Mrs. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. By Terble>. Anderson.. jAAAA ,
Pick an assortment of many delicious flavors ? J. R. Smith. pastor Raipn j, and Mrs. Marion lige Douglas of'Lake Butler and -- .
from your dealer's Super Sue Treasure Chest Copeland,Minister of Music and I I Hlgtmbotham'" ', and a family of Mac Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Douglas and
church! organist. I daughter of Winter Haven. R. E. Jones and son Terry spent
Services: Sunday" School. 9:45a. 'Mr. arid Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Mr. and Mrs- Joseph Starling,. last week at Ocala National For 'iQ4'Ft

m. Morning Worshio 11 a. m. were 'dinner guests of 'Mr\ Mrs. Melson Privett'and Misses est. Via. s w .

Training Union 7 p. m. Evening and Mrs. Bud Harris \ast'Bundai Bernice Priveti and rt3eraldine 'Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas OBrian,
LOCAL MANAGER FOR services 8 p. m. -. arid.* in Hhe'' ft 'moon. ; 'Mr 'and I Starling attendedthePutchNGro Miss'Helen Hardenbrook and Mrs. D1W.L9 N v. ,

"Make church worship a family Mrs Marion Higginbotham and res-Green reunion at New Smyrnaon. VerbleAnderson have returned

affair.,! family of Macclenny' visited them. Sunday. frwn-ti' ten day vacation spent "

Jim Walter Baby Padgett Mr. and :Mrs- Benton Futch visiting friends "and relatives in ;
Corp."World's TRINITY CHUKCH.EPISCOPAL Mr.. -and Mrs.*Earnest Padgett and children, Steve and Eve -and Kentucky and-Indiana,, sy y yXy4

.. MELROSERev. announce the arrival1'of a .6 lb':* Mts: Joyce Futch took'Miss Hi2a4 We extend'our'sympathy to the

M. H. Breyfogle Vicar : babytlaughter.'Satnnlay, June, il beth Tferry to Tallahassee Tues- Sullivan family iri"tne recent loss
of _' !\ Sunday-10'a.. m.. Sunday in:Bradford County Hospital. They '
day.will stay with her broth of t loved one.
Largest Home Builders" School Prayer; 11:15 a."to., Morning;' -A ng lady has been. named Mar-,- !sr-in-law:! : and sister i Mrl: and Mrs. Barbara Jean GriffU isvisitihg AT YDUR ,, .

M and Sermon' IHoly Com" ]lereMrir !? J. "P.'Wyrick' while< tendirig' "arhbrt'coirse'for hef'brothef-in-Jaw and sister! Mr. FORD DEALER'S-HIS

munion' each first"Sunda'1:30 'S: DTBell. Mrs. Buford : "cafeteria workers and Mrs. Don Curtis of South ww 'J-USED CARS
: WILL p. m. Young People' meet: Coleman $
BE IN iligginbotham'and'Prancis -
STARKE t't 'Florida State UnirsityThe e CarolinaShe will be there several WHERE'S THE '. GIVE you A NEW
Holy Days 10 t.
a. m. Holy Com were: messengers to the' Black Fotehes visited: the Ancfl'' Futch weeks.r '1u.: ." BEST PLACE TO ..... .*' : KINO OP PROTECTION

EACH THURSDAY munion. Creek Union meeting, 'which''was family in Quincy i until Wednesday Mike Curtis -Is' visiting his .1 BUY A USED CAR ;ks-:. : WHEN you BUY!

held at Orange Street Baptist : -:" Benton returned to grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete f ..
l'OU'Lt"1..oVE tl.e'liew Esters Church, Baldwin last Friday.: % "'" v '. .. ,
school at Nan ille, Tenn. Sunday. Griffis- 1.: ,
& ..x. v.v". Ji' *
brook pnrse-. ize foABUtn pens in Mrs- T. H. Edwards also attended, \ Mr. and Mrs:' William Gillard .;:t : '
Mrs 'L ona\ Edwards had as .. .. ,
I I'Rev ': '...' ''/ /.' :;
pastel shades. Only $3.09 Bradford < '""' > .'" /. 'Zo
q.AiEI\CO. at << the meeting. a Sonday'iiiestV Mrs.' Clyde Hiatt and fartily were'recent guests of l vP *"M y'v' ; < y.lt
STARKE HA County Telegraph Mathis recalled 'i .,, lw
r -- : W.O.' was and daughters Crystal River Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis. 1f..i': ",,4...
Its pastor bf'Maxville1 Baptist and the/'Tuckers''of 'fWnandina. Rev. Cecil Crawford conducted ,j
12:30 P.M. TO COOP.M. Church for another meeting last Friends of Lacy Norman and services in the absence of Rev. *Every A-I Used Car is inspected reconditioned if necessary -

Sunday morning. Miss Maggie''Crews'win be interested Orville Brookins. We enjoyed having and road-tested. And they're warranted in writingby
WILLIAMSJEWELRY Bay'Byforo! ? : and he the exclusive he* Performance Protection Policy! See
Mr. Crawford 'hope"
t .L to know' that they were I
\ your'Ford Dealer's Used Car
with the A-l sticker at
For Mr. and Mrs. Theo Byford an- married in Macclenny1 on Saturday and Mrs Crawford will be with us tars
Appointments Call
s i nounce the arrival of a 7 Ib.V Shopping Cater.&USD.
evening. Rev..George Chism again.
JACKSONVILLE -- E# 7-1141 Collector oz. son last Tuesday Jury 7,.'at cf Moniac, Ga., performed. the i We welcome Rev. Orville Brook-. C" <\ E t.E
I Jartksonrze .Hm? Air S.aJttt >> "
s j l'-1)t m )'W- anti 7x771:i7 71tm/' }TUB )Iabatns -,
STARXE WO 4-5311 W.E>',>'m l1AfONii13REPAIRS \t t.Tht varans-men has been itfr.'and Mrs.. Bryant Reddfeh, : .sphere they attended&t UU-.

:f I named Robert OliV a.I Mrs.Mary Reddlsri ana Miss Terri ly'rennyon. '

""If It's A .Qualilulome '. AH Work GuaranteedA. I Chief and Mrs. N. l.' Ivey have Pens ''were Sunday supper guestsof Vacation Bible School: will be CARS

.- C. Williams bought a hbm in1 Cedar Bills subdivision Mr. and'Mrs. Ray Dorman in beld the first two weeks of August.

Its A Jim Walter' Home" Jacksonville and have :Jacksonville. Mrs. Bryant Reddish Meetings will be at night 'with
moved there. INSPECTED
for well for
stayed over for a visit. classes adults as as .
OTHER OFFICES: Starke, Fla. c- '* t ;Oscar Harris and* John D. Pad .Mrs. :: .A- TT. Harley -Sr-._._ was..-- given children. Evedrone- is invited. *

OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA Formerly Roberts Jewelry ftt''enjoyed a fishing trip to a ''surprise birthday dinner on __
Black Creek last Saturday. Sunday. Those helping her celebrate

: We are very sorry that Leon this seventy-sixth anniver-

I Harris cut his right hand with a Nelson
Mr. and Mrs.
sary were
chain saw last Friday morning! Blocker 'and sons'' of Lake City, biO2/: .

MONEY and had to have stitches in it. Mr.and Mrs. Dutch Harley and S. : I.. .

., ." Sorry to hear that Leon Harris' Mr. and Mrs Dutch Harley and
\ wilpwood truck was wrecked lasl the' H. C. Harley'family. '. -

Thursday near Maxville on 218- Mrs. Zettte Padgett of Highland: '-.j .
IS AN OBJECT \ Three colored men were in the was'theSunday1 guest.of Mr. and i J if!

: truck and one was hurt. Mrs.'Vaughn1 Prescott. ',* 11l I'11J

. Mr. and Mrs. J. W; Maim and Mr. and 'Mrs. P. Lt DinkJns: had fY' k

family and Carolyn Norman visit- d guests duringthe weekend Miss w J

: LOOK-'AT z zTBE ze ed last Saturday with Mrj and Adel Dinkins of' Jaksonvffle, Mr. t

Mrs. Calvin Manning of Middle- and Mrs. Horace Cox of Santa*Fe

\ ,. bun-*T:: Lake and Mr..and Mrs-.Paul Din- iQO Octane !

.: We regret that Mrs.. Waver kins and on of St. Augustine. Well-ter

BYSTUDEBAKERN Griffis is ill and is a patient in Mr. "and 1.1rsFrank Alderman

a Starke hospital- Surely do- wish and daughters and 'rMiss'Warrenof ,
her"a speedy recovery. Som' et visited 'Rev.J and Mrs.A. w It

Look what happens when Lark j\ Mr. 'and *Mrs. Joe' Padgett of ;'E.::Massey and Mn on Sunday.Mr ." 96 / Cities Semc
you buy a Play Wagon! Yoa start by Jacksonville and Miss'Edith Harris :'and)lrs. Q.;J. Phillips and .

saving on price-it's America's lowest priced station wagon with a full visited Saturday with Mr.: and family.and Bill Gaskins had Sunday ..........N': .

sized interior. "And then you keep right on saving! For example- Mrs. Harry Padgett.Mr. dinner with Mr. and Mrs ; 6 >-
economy.Just recently the South African Mobilgas RunThe Lark and Mrs- David Padgett James Phillips and daughter at ". "I +f
afternoon with Mr.
"6"ledflW spent Sunday the Powell Place on Kingsley -'
American "
cats withan..amazing 24.69miles-pergailoa and Mrs. Harry Padgett. Lake. .' a 2 .

Classic Lark styling is designed to minim 7e year-to-year depreciaUoa. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Manntos Miss Sherry McCarthy of Jack 4 1 z The name may be imitated, bat the quality .

Interiors are upholstered in .handsome easy-to-care-for vinyb and visited Sunday afternoon with soVUleas" the'..laeeknd guest 'i it n 04 I remain unsurpassed!

fabrics. -Fun drive The Lark at your Studebaker dealer's today- Mr and Mrs- J." W.'..Mann and of Mr.. and- Mrs. Edward. Lee Mas-,, ', V.r_' Not only does>> Cities Service 100 PLUS
family ,
.. -
and look all sey: P provide tie highest octane in automotive bis
at models.You'll'see why it's winning friends !
everywhere and
Nettie Mae
Mrs. Padgett Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis and !:i tery-fcut in tdditfvn,ft ba every worthwhile
son. Bubbie of Jacksonville and be built into an
daughter of Ft. Meyers spent .' 4 Prate feature that can
lirs. Grace-Sharp and daughter ::: .
W\d1Mday'with Mr.ndMrs.'Ii: :: .< G8 autOmotive fueL -
fr Joyce of MMdleborg. were guests P: Rafuse and "daughterMIss s#:J Treat Toonelf- to the ultimate in luxury
of Mri. Padgett" and daUgh- ;
Daisy .
R.fUse'went home with them fora -
t' performance ...to the greatest power, pickup ::
ter. Bonnie Wednesday afterneon. -
visit. and miles per gallon yonVe ever known. ';
TJiana Thomas spent Sunday Ffflirp with Grief Servke 100 PLUS.Tbere'a '
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbot- with her cousin.Judy Whitehead, !" r nothing else bite it!
ham and 'famfti Mr: and Mrs. wi.
k s ._ 4 4 -t .
Bob Robinson and'daughter,Uar- .
You drive with the bat
r"'i +
lne of Baltimore. Md. Mr.-and tended famfly reunion at Uma- .
aeese. .
Mrs. George Johnson and' family. ,tllla. Sunday. by every teat J
Airs. .!Bernfce: Garrett and' children }fro and Mrs-- Earl Cannon and Tj. .. '.. *.lf- .
ras and Mr. and Mrs. Martin family, Mr;. and Mrs. Junior'Wilkin. when you drivej'r ;

McGee and family enjOYed' an ."!o andfamily, Mrs. GladysCopelaaoT 6 .
with Cities Service. t
butting at KSnesleY: Beach Sunday?. and family, Mr. and .
Discoitr what 'ou'll sweat .Pantde JOrif f ishad as her Mrs D. B- Griff and family Mr. 1
} ,
guests for, Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs,Henry Griffis and family f

i i -TODAY[ and )Irs. GUT Fr. rp. and family an enjoyed axr outing at ,Kingsley SlttlO'X ,.
roM R1FFDLir t 'of! .) Jackronvifle' Yr./ and Mr. Beach. Sunday afternoon. 1. : '. '"

s Wenrv GrifHs and family, 'MP-' Mr.-and Mrs.Doss Higginbotham I

and Mrs. Millard Strickland and and family. Mr. and Mrs rm111 765 Temple Ave. "
Jefferson''and- C(Court Streets t farotfy 4>*-Westbwry Griffis.;:- I Bob '-Robinson and"xJattfiler ::11I i ) i*
_- -Starke, Fla. Mr. nd Mrs. Dan Groves and spent 1 Saturday in Jacksonville 'Starke'Fla.

SEE THE STUDEBAKER TRUCKS..THEY COST LESS, TOOl Mrs. Edna luannmg. and sera.: with Mrs and Mrs George Johnson

I Lawrence of Glenn St. Mary at- and family.

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a le.to return .to also i'I' can do this again! tives. Re has completed operations-Staff reporter. .
Church:; I RU:I'unIlTInDlS! :\\.F. RL<<.IS1.n KHT1T10I >.OIENvtke
Our daughter who ,liftS In training,at 'Fort Jackson. SC.. Allen. Chapel :..>tlc* f*, hereby Rivea that the4rsian
tOur old Jlend, Homer Smith, is hereby KinD that the
I i '-" i under the li"nti of
[ sent clipping from andhas enjoyed his experiences, Rev. L. A. Sampson pCO nd-r IK* prwri Tampa us a Allen Chapel. undersigned
preached the Clay"Hill church I Chapter !9 ';: of Florida.
the Tampa paper, showing a bullfrog but would rather be an orderly at in charge will be host for ""C" of Ml.. will" register with the Chapter :-).,;J Laws of Fkrida.A.t. .
a few Sundays ago. We are al .- of 1941. will register with theUi.rK
I CHURCH NEWS wars glad to see these old friends atmg'4 tatV food:Weil. Vre Bradford County- Hospital-, ,Lake City Sunday School and Cifrk for Pradford of the County.Circuit Court Florida.in. upon and of the Citron CMirt. in ftdrr
I have big lat toad --that.comes' News Releases Convention starting Bradford County Florida the
and to know they are working a :Missionary rrrcipt of proof of publication of fi.-tirious! name .f Craves Hm
for the same Master we".are tryingto I cn our kitchen porch every night AH persons with news for the i Wednesday, at 8 p. m.' All members )this i..rt.jioticr.{'h Appliances the fk-titious tinder! *name hlh we nf Dairy under which we are engaged
work for.Tuesday and eats with our cats. The cats coming issues -of The Telegraphuntil i and friends are invited to at- arr engaged in business! at 220 1:. in bu!'inr*." at Route 1. FtarKe. Flm.
I I K. B. & M, IncorporatedWilliamKeTil.
stand back'and let the :frog eat Aug..IT are asked to see that tend. "'It..hin ton :t.. Starke. Fla. Omar: Ttra>too. F:. U Moencb),
I evening of last week I K. tl. i M, IWUHamKelhirOmar
: all he then the kittens tellthe i Simmons and the all of Starke. Flm. ownem.natrfl .
Atlibe >8UEN wants articles reach the officec of Supervisor I I. Mrs. Easter 1-ray ton. E. R. Moench),
, Tabernacle we were very pleasantly surprised frog to move over, they wantto Shell not later than Mon Missionaries are appreciative of all of Starke. Florida. owners. thi. 'th day eJuly.. XTJJi .,
i t BAPTIST CHURCH bv several of the members of the when : Hated this 9th day of July A. t>. !. at Star**, Bradford County
eat Mr.'Froggle'moves after the
of each week. Many the contributions! given
noon ; J[ !*%:+. at :tarke. Bradford County.Vlor'a Florida.
School Preach- I
Sunday 10
, .Among thos.' on vacation from m. Highland! church coming and hav- told to do so.:We have had coons,; thanks in advance for your co- [destruction .of her home by fire.. : *. 9-, 4t 7-JO
the. Gospel Tabernaclt group are tog' 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: ing prayer with Us in our home.W possums, skunks and birds rome '0

Mrs. Florence Hippie and Mrs. x m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer were expecting some to come on'the porch to eat with the cats, -r :":""
I Mae Wood who are spending July destine Wertresda 7:30 p. m. l but we did net expect as manyas now this toad; we wonder what. I

I t *nd August' in California and Wednesday Bible study 730 did come. We 'wonder why. we win!! be next! i .

.Canada. p. m. can't have these cottage prayer 'Well last week
one evening we
.W. R. t Bobby Crews win bring meetings more often than we do? went to the pear trees to catch 'a CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH 'I i
We have aly
the morning message next ..La'd'sDay. ys enjoyed the cottage rabbit that Is eating a good portion .
fclr. Crews is a young preach- prayer meetings, and"Awe Invite 'of the pears and We'discov .
er -with an enthusiastic message. Sundty School, 10 a. m.; Morn all to come and have meeting ered a skunk! We shot this feller
,J Ins .Worship; il a. m.; Evangelistic j
with us whenever of yoU wish.1 I
lIr r jhJm. any and left him lay! In a little 'while ,
One ]pf the sponsor's original \ services 7:30 p. m. Well we have news for You this we went back again-looking fora

tracts; :'sheep Goats and Swine' 7:30 Wednesday. Prayer Meeting time! We had 54 present .in Sun- rabbit-and found a-coon up a

rI rid by.:,him as a basis? of.the' p. .m. day School last Sunday, but thatis tree so we shoot the coon and \

r"iltrp's'; : .Bible Lessen' ,Sunday. .y"yyy.y""yy y"y"'?.' not the news: THE 4DULT brought it to the house to cook for h4
mom1j3g. WOMEN WON THE ATtENDANCE the cats and dog. These things -
CLAY HILL BANNER! Now isn't that will have to learn we will not take r t.nr* : ---- :.

St. Mar '. Episcopal; news? We have been saying we! so much daring! We do still love 4.M

R jT.iItayaemd; 6 MacBlabi -* 4by were going) to win the Banner,I to hunt. Anyway, these things are
.Mrs. J. L. \HtrickUndNormanCrews now we have done just that! Come safe if they do not come hunting ,
Sunday Services 9:45 am,! m women. let's show all that we I uslNEVS : E
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Holy {Communion-Flrtt sunday Lacy Norman and Miss OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS
,11:00 a.ra.; Third BWldaym. M
: Maggie Crews were married Saturday b... "
!:34 *, N
WeQnetaY-T:00: : p.m. Choir evening by the pastor of OF BRADFORD., COUNTY ,... x .;'1. ,
the Highland Church, the Rev. : .
Pra-'Uc 7:45: and 1.
: : p.m. Litany '
George Chism, in Moniac Ga. J. Shell *
Bible tudy. BjjOzora
u This couple are well known in this t k14

section1 and well loved. They are 6&.A&&&&... .&.&..&&&A.A&&&&..... I > i&&AAAA&.A0. +a, i
both ''Christians and members of boy Snout Outing
par. Call and Christian I rday-
the Highland Church. We wish
Minister: Bob L. Badgttt BoyScout Troop 71 recently] Ebenezer Baptist NNtlr *- '
I "
them an Of the forhuman' gj '. -.
joy possible '
Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: *yed'a"beach> ( trip to St.'Augu-: Rev: E. D. Robinson pastor of i Py jp-v H?- -_ ?

ajn.: jWorship. 10:45: ; ,Youth Ser- :to have- tine. Scoutmaster B. T.,Marshall; Ebenezer.Baptist' Church, has an-
\ices,,jJunion, Chi Rho (tup to 11] ;Bessie Strickland and Nellie and Assistant Clarence Williams nounced 'plan's for the' Sunday M 1a j jI

5 p.m.,Chi Rho 111.to 131) 6 pan., Wilkinson" were in Starke twice were gratified at,the large" attend- School Convention and urges allnumbers rA jI I I

C.Y-F. 114 up] 6! p.m.. ;' Choir l last week 'calling on the doctor, aic and le fine conduct:bf the to do their best 'to make I

practice, 6:45.WednesdayJuniort4r: and Attending' to some other business' gnup. All eyes are on Camp Coa- ;this 'one of tht 'greatest in the II I

practice I coochee for the first week of camp I iSftory'' of Mt. Sinia Missionary I

3pmLAWTEY: '"". :Friends calling on the Strick- starting July 20. We are hoping Baptist Assn---"program has been .2i As I'I I

lands Sunday 'were Mr. and Mrs. th cia' large group of boys will planned and* cooperation of ,
CHURCH QF CHRIST Edwin Knight Mr. and Mrs Clareieel '
enroll from Starke. The American every"member and all participating I
(presently meeting in City Hall) Knight, Rev George Chism Lesion Post of which Deacon churches is needed to' Insure II I
Sunday-Bible study,10 a: nu and son','Edward.
k Julius Royal Is commander and success of the meeting. Com-
w p.l1Lm. 1 We\ missed Lacy Norman from the Auxiliary of Post 314, of which bined choirs of the federation I

EvYoung people's Bible. church 'services Sunday morning Mrs. L. M. Royal is president, are will be expected to provide a-'great .
study,.?; preaching, 7:30. ares 'X:.. THE CHURCH FOR At-U...
his *
looking for him and .
we supporting this program 100 percent deal of special f music. All choir ALL FOR THE CHURCH '.
Wednesday. -Bible study T:30 q:" new wife to be with us next Sun- end will appreciate the, cooperation members are asked to come: 'in
p. m. Oiunfc Ii Ae: faa t o a '
Tlit ratat
of all parents who have form prepared to sing. The
Radio Program StattoaWROR. day.NeDie Wilkinson was so sick she not r Our ehildren tOTe Sund ys. First, of course, there ink for the butldmf of chmettf and .
Scouts in this troop. The Carnation Federation will hold another
,.1rI i1day. 6:3p a. m.Mpdison had to leave us after Sunday is church. Afterwards, in good weather, we often have toot Kauulrip.. k .a araahoutt.f
is' also boys to .
sending meeting until the third Sundayin
., picnic." pintvtt viluei. Without t TOIOnmh \|
1 1jate's "backyard
School last.Sunday, Went to. her a .. .
camp. August: at Antioch Baptist ,ndtKet dcnocncr nor ciWntton
son house until church was Fiesta Club Church because of the Sunday For me, this outing comes after a morning when cjnjumrt-Thttt m four found '

StreetBaptist over; while she ,was. at Jake's I i The Fiesta Club will have its School Convention. Ranell En- I have completed one of the most important tasks of rnwni ty T P on ihoaU ,t-
house, Millie, Jake's wife fell and I lb my week preaching a sermon to my congregation.' _4 Kinect Kfulsrir ind wrpoct the ,
,. first beach party and outing on :: =h reporter. it shouldn t.
I minister. If that surprises you, '
and bumped Te, I'm a o.utCh..TMT m:tI)""htaeb
hurt her leg badly
Church Sat., .July 18, at Butlers Beach. [Held Over From Last Week] the
: one of the baby's head and caused i AQ members and guests are'askedto New Bethel' Baptist We ministers are people too just, as close as O trot hw hu chiUrcn1*nkt.ind 0)Formoon..(4) :

((909 Block W. Madison St.) two bumps to rise.up on the cooperate with the plans that Rev. A.'B.'Vinson, pastor of New anyone else to pleasure temptation,life.anxiety But,God and has ail wkt For tht of wke cownnmirr of: the Chnrdi toeM. tttk

baby's head. We hope they are all have beenset for this gala affair. Bethel Baptist has held revival the other things that go to make of up His message ned ha most I and mitcrnl! "'poor,.
Services: Each Lord's Day entrusted us with the task conveying
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well. by now. The regular'meeting will be held daring\ the past weeks- The meeting to It is a tremendous task. Yet always I feel Flu to to to chinch juUrh ud m4yoar a

Sunday School. ,0:45 AJtf. Lee, Moore was on the sick list Friday night, July .-William was conducted by Rev. Johnson blessed you. that it is mine. Bibta O.JT-

; last week. His wife.. Minnie was Holland president Gloria' Graham pastor of Macedonia Baptist :
MorIlng Worship 11.-00 &M.TrailtMg in the'hospital, had undergone ; Thirteen When you see me standing alone in my pulpit on Day Book! Lepiet I-
reporter. Church Hampton. -
Union 6:45 PJU.Eienteg We understand thating' pereons Sundays,'do not feel that I am a figure apart from !laMa Facdua 1-11
surgery. Carnation Club confessed and became candidates you. Rather, I want to share not only your hours of .IVII ar J'aIIIIa 24 ..j s
Worship 3:00 excellently Regular meetings of the Car- for baptism. Seven will be church attendance but also your moments both of Ta VoodllOlda 1 I I Coma 1\1004,llul 7 3t-
PRAYER MEETING )1.1 We missed Romeo 'rescott from nation Social Savings Club will members of New Bethel and six triumph 'and of trial. I stand ever ready to serve you, TkandarFrxUr r 1m,* 42Xpbeiiu ..18 '

'I church Sunday.'he' was in a Gain- be held on the first and. third vial join Antioch Baptist. Baptismwill to lend 'you my.'assistance, my understanding and, s... u... to 4 K-1I 14 '
7:30 P.M.
Wednesday{ seek it counsel It is only in this way
esville hospital, had undergone Monday until vacation recess is be held Sunday morning with should you my
vocation. Remember
understandhe that I can hope to be worthy of my
Nursery Open.For' .All Services surgery recuperating for hernia- We wonderfully announced. We are glad that our :be; combined 'pastors officiating. went you and call upon me! :.

A Cordial Welcome Extended is reporter has returned after several Services will be combined'with -

To All. "Who Will Worship With Ayell We hope he can be back with inSund'ay weeks of study at Bethune- Sunday School and BTU Convention Cfllr'lltl''''.,R. ar A1.........Sara lwL Pa ..
School and church us
; Cookman College, Daytona Beach which will be in session at anx

Us. Sunday. -Mrs. W. Brooks, president: :Mrs. Ebenezer Baptist. All membersare ...., -
J. Mabry Jr. Pastor J. L- Strickland is slowly improving A. R. Jenkins: reporter. asked attend so that Bethel ,v.p"" ''''' '''' .......>. '.',,. ,,!"."r:.p .0.. ...." .'1P1.!b"r3fi'f"k3Y"'R9f:: ': : : ."".,*..+..+.....->r"'<'."F.., .w.. ,. ..
from his last cancer oper-
Summer ProgramThe will be highly reoresented. We .

... a ation. We hope he will soon be summer program has been I:deeply regret- the- continued Illnessof ..

in operation for six weeks and will I our faithful member Sister

continue for two more. The of- Laura Whitmore and ask the As A Public Service :
These Vital Messages Sponsored
FIRST BAPTIST Church-Starke fcial closing date.is Jury 31. Persons membership to pray for her and .. n

may continue to enroll as give assistance whenever you can. .

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor ] long:as the program is operating. -Ceadon B. T. Marshall* Jr. re-

Swimming, arts and crafts, music. porter. A. TORODEDISTRIBUTOR
Jefferson ,and Court Streets'- In, the Heart of Town outdoor games library and creative Mt. Sinai MBA ConventionThe GASOLINE JOHN GREASE .

Office i WO Pastorium WO 9-2301 activities are being conducted 8th Annual Session of the
Phones:' 4-6801 KEROSENE
>.* by the staff. Miss Betty Jean Sunday School and BTU District FUEL OIL FORt a

SUNDAY fERMONS11:00_A.M. 8:00 P.M. Jankins junior college student at Convention Auxiliary to the Mt. LUBRICATIONOILS i MI .ERAL' :
Florida Normal & Industrial Me- Sinai MBA Rev.'G., McArthur I

Sunday, School 9:45; A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M.1: morial College, is working as substitute moderator. will convene,with Ebe- &1iLA SPIRITS :a

teacher on the program nezer Baptist Church on July 16- .
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. .
for three weeks- She is serving at 19 Officers of S. S. departmentare --

RJE and Anderson Junior High. Deacon A. O. Jenkins ;J+ INSECTICIDES
\ : presi- :
4 : Tallahassee Workshop dent: Rev. J. P. Franklin vice >

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Many principals, supervisors, and president:, Miss P. ,A. Diggs, sec- -;:

I I teachers are studying at Florida retary; MrsMary Arnbld, treas- KEROSENE OR, FUEL OIL
fRtR. .
I A. & M. University in Tallahassee.A urer. The BTU officers are: Mrs. t t,

.-..... special workshop is being con- Lucretia Jones, president; Mrs. Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9.2011. Starke, Fla.

The perfect tribute to 1 t ducted in ,the Interest of 'a more Angie Franklin, vice 'president; Wi, ?'.H\ JW. "

effective school program. Bradford Mrs., Bernell Bradwell, 'secretary;
a cherished -- -
memory '
C"unty is represented in this Mrs. Bertis Robinson?, Chorister.The r --

1. group. Attendance of SupervisorShell conventi'opened on Wednesday RALPH HUBBARD!

Every -funeral that we conduct was made possible throughthe with a sermon by Rev. W T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO i, : I

is a source of sustaining professional leave granted by: D. Dennis- Friday and Saturday r r '" J ,tit % ; t I Bookkeeping. and Income TaxService

solace and spiritual Insplra.I I 'the Board of PubUc Instruction.. win include sessions with reference of. Starke ,AssociateStoreJEWELRY .'

tion to*the'family. Bible. Camp to the. Method System in Mayor ,\",' c' 4 \ .) to
The thr Grade pupils taughtby Sunday School and BTU oper-

Hundreds of details are managed and economical Mrs. L. M. Royal last year and ticns.! The feature for Saturday -- -- -.-

(iy 'attended to- that only a trained and careful J the year before will enjoy. another night win Include a panel discus- ,.
ckmping privilege this summer don on the subject, "Who Is OE!1
organization: ,,, can perform When the urgent"Deed Denmark Furniture Co. Sam Rosenberg & Son
for having recited many verses Thy Neighbor? Panel moderator '. '
for serving is at hand.DeWITT ,
and passages from the Bible. Thisis Deacon B. T. Marshall. Participants : ,

C. JONES the second experience for some Jane Mae Sturke, Reather Of Starke.EDWARDS' .J ,_ % New,. 1' and: Used Furniture. -' "
of the girls. who include Betty I Mae Wanton Marjorie Holmes, .,I N. WOODBURN I

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE' Crum.. Glory Edith Cummings :James Diggs, and.Charles Coving- '. -: -, tBuilding i I

PHONES: WO 4-2609 WO 4-2610 and Mary iPefdue among others. tori.t -

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and accept Develop an interest in Bible study Services will be held all day ... t I

ANY life insttraace'policy in.ferce,..Issued by ANY company,,u and( earn a free week! in camp. Sunday starting with Sunday . .J..& J FARM, HOME I
services. Oonsoltatfoa The success of these PuPUs'was School at 9:30 a.m. local superintendent I
payment la )art.or" full on funeral,. ,
largely due to the interest. shown and Deacon James Dennis and. Market Inc. And Auto Supply I II
carries no obligation. - Grocery Supplies
by then ,teacher. tn charge, Closing service will beat ,
i -. Cb.nrth.News 8 'p.m-.Sunday with sermon by II
I -- .Ail members: ,of Antioch.Baptist the;Moderator,. Rev., G. G. Mc- --

ChU'Ch'are;. asked by, ,the'pastor.. Arthur.
'-'- Rev. George W. Lee Sr.OI.to, plan 'Don't forget.enrollment of each

-'., F. 3'Jfe- yew" StE'INti.,. tq ,attend the Sunday School Con- member $2; each Sunday School -Com>ltiuni..flAtDY.ROTHERS! BROWNLEE

,....;.,..:.....,. ..'".; :" :\ ', .aI._ )\enlioh, atjEbenecer .Baptist 10BTU.. $7.50.and; each churchis .i/rr v ;.*- t : < I
; .
::: i.lfli
.5.,. ::, ,'. ... Church n ev. E. D, Robinson asked to donate $5 for education. OfStarkeGrocery : i Motor. Company &, CHASTEENSMITTY'S 1\\i

1+ .;:;:; : ..; i '::. ..:; ...wI.... ..... pastor, July15.19-DeaconA. O. Deacon John Diggs reporter ,J -

"w : 4 .... .. .. Jenkins is president.-Mrs. 'Arata Ii I
-" y \ ..J ,..11011I1'1 Williams! eporter.Bethlehem Toskegte Studies 1\Ii\
I "- I' "-- Freewill Mrs. C. Price principal of i

NH your home were-- destroyed today, would you have All members and friends of Thurston Elementary School ha::! a WARREN'S i

i Bethlehem Freewill Baptist spent several tweets studying alTHSkeegee t II
and -
? Market
coVer investment Make ; .
1 enoug insurance, to i your Church are-asked by the pastor Institute Ala. She earn- -s Shop j ,

sure the unmortgaged part w your home. :. the partyoifve Rev. L. McKay" to observe the td her Master of Science degree ir I A.BISON 4 ..SJt ll Station ,Barber; IIe I

t\ already paid f01. .-. is fully protected. Call us following schedule for the week: education from Florida A,. & M 'I' I ,

Monday 7:30 p. m-; Faithful Few several summers ago. Mrs. Price "._ I I.GmBROWN'S
for a property insurance checkup. tor d ay./ Club;; Tuesday. 7:30 p, m. Choir, win-teach the primary grades\ir '- I

rphearsal; Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Lincoln City this JaIl Mrs. DTR: TERWILLEGARMOTORS 'I

:Harold C : grayer Meeting; Friday; 7iJO'P- Jackson has been transferred. k: GUY ANDREWS
Jail-Agency m.. Prayer Band We are still in RJE. -- I
themidst our building program Home. On _Leave Service.Station Real Estate '
E. CaII! Street 4-4801 I ., ..... Aulharized Ford Dealer I
290 Dial WO and would like the continued support Pvt. Pleamon Albert was hom
of all members and friends.Dont for the 4th of July weekend aoc .

&._ T lAt llesta4( rice Wr >ilf*-Group forget the I 'Can: Circle! will return this week for an ex ----- ,--. ------.- -- ,,'

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meeting each first and third Sat- tended visit with friends and rela -

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r the church on Monday evening I nth her to stay while their ......i.y ...yyy .. y..y. .....tTAInRIRAHAM NOTICE OF INTENTION KYKCtTOR deceased.AOTICK. .
To All It May Concern
thi week, with "Life along the i mother is in Texas. Mrs. Keys'claughter :
Notice Is hereby given that the Notice I,. hereby given that I FOR FI\.'L nisrHlRGK FOR
HAMPTONBy Louisiana Bayous" as the program 1 1opic. Donna Jean, who has BROOKERBy undersigned" under' the ro\'ilions have filed my final return as ex- KSECtTORNotice
of ( hapt.J\, 'i: Laws of Florida.
: Mrs. Eldon Hardy of Starke 1 spent the last month in Ft. My- Acts of 1941, will register! with the n-ator of. the deceased estate: that of Annie I Ia vefll'4 P.Srhofieid. undersigned Is hereby has-flled given Its Final that Returns the
was the guest speaker at the GA ers, also returned home. Clerk of the Circuit (Court in and ; ; for final -
my petition discharge Administrator of the Estate
Air*. D. E. fill Sue Mrs. McKinney. -ceipt of proof of publication of
meeting. I and that 1 will apply to the Hon- iJ Walter $. Sibley, deceased; that
Aaron Williams, stationed on A A AAA A A AA A A A A A.A A A A A A A A A for Bradford County. Florida upon -rabe Theron A. Yawn, County
I it has filed petition for distribution -
.. .&&.&&&&&&&&&&......& Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Powell. !the USS Carrier Essex now in this notice, the fictitious name ofThe Judge of Bradford CountyFlorida and final discharge, and thaton

of Dundee visited the Forsyth and I Jacksonville, spent the weekend Hazen'and Sharon Cain has returned froma engaged Totem in Pole business under wh'ich"at 1466 r am X. at 10 a. m. on Tuesday July 28th.1J5S the 20th day of July 1939, it
Appoints Cox I Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey for o' and
Mayor week's visit with her grandmother approval the same will" apply to the Honorable TheronA.
"empie Ave, Starke, rla.
Knight families in last in
with his Mr.
Councilman Hampton Hampton parents, two sons and C .J. Crews went to for final discharge as executor of Yawn County Judge of Bradford
As Interim weekend. I and Mrs. J. A. Williams. I Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw of Carroll A. Hickey 146 N Temple : the estate of Annie P. Schoiield, de ''cnnty, Florida for approval of
Robert Cox was appointed by I Cedar Key' last Sunday. GaInesville Ave.. sole owner. j I ceased. said Final Returns, and for an
Charles Prevail, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon i Mrs. Aubrey.Hazen's two sisters, i Dated this lath day of June A.1 j Dated this 23rd day of June. tt! Order of Distribution and for Final
I Watterson to fill the I
Mayor M. Mrs. J. B. Prevail of Hampton, Mrs. Equila Roberts has sold D. JS59 at Starke Bradford County, &t Starke. Bradford CountyFlorida. Discharge as Administrator of the
vacancy on Hampton City Coun- I and daughters of Tampa came to I Mrs. W. T. Bryant and Mrs. Flora i'her home here and moved to Florida. SI OLLIE KENDRICK Estate of Walter S. Sibley, deceased
is in New York City this summer, weekend and Mrs- : ;; of June. A. D_ U,SS.
Hampton last This 25th day
Green of Gainesville visited her
cil for the remainder of the year tarke: We are sorry to lose Mrs. 6/23 4t 7/11 Executor of the Estate of National Bank Of
where he is employed as a clerk- ,Saxon and children plan to remain : I Annie P. Schofield. deceased The Florida
at the city Monday I --
at the regular meeting Roberts but we welcome Mr. and Jacksonville
:,25 4t 'ZltI
for Bible -
typist the American Society -
hall Tuesday evening, July 7. I here for the next month. I Mrs. R. F. Gano has returned MI-S. H. D. Barnes of Pennsyl- In COB My "..ICf"'. Court. !. And I P.y Fred J. Thompson Jr.
j jI For Bradford ('e..t,, Florida.
He will fill in for the unexpiredterm Mrs. Elvie Rigdon and Mrs. V. home after visiting' Mrs. Lois '. Assistant Trust OfficerAs
vania our new neighbors. !n : .'tate of ANNIE P. SCHO- The C..aty .dcf" court. le,
who I Mr. and Mrs- Frank Brown of' FIELD Deceased .\.d Far Bradford f....,.. Administrator Estate Waler 4.
of F. L- Williams resigned I J. Slade drove to Gainesville on Preston of Micanopy for a few I Linda Faye Starling is in
(Jacksonville i I now lit Prabate. .. I
councilman visited his mother, \O'r1CF. OF Fii.ixn PETITIONFOR I tf* 1\ 143OV .01'1-1 Sibley, Dec'd.
last month as Wednesday of last week and visit- '
Lakeland visiting her aunt r!; 4t 7u
Mrs. T. F. Brown and brother and days.Mrs. FI' U. imriiiROF OF 1 REK tate: .r Walter S iM
when he moved to Gainesville.The I! ed with Mrs. M. R. Misner. I Tom Stelle of Vero Beach Claude Youmans.: Mrs'j ------
sister-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Emory
council approved applying Brown, over the weekend. Miss Gloria Williamson of Rai- visited the Earl Green family over Mr. and Mrs. Colen
for comprehensive insurance to I ,
the weekend. Linda Gale Green
ford has been visiting here with Gainesville were dinner guests of
the town from liability,:I Mr and Mrs. Leon Campbell
:her sister, Mrs. Donald Slade. I returned to Vero.- Beach with. Mrs. his parents. Mr. and MrsL.. E-I
and also for ccmpensation insurance cf Largo visited their cousins Mrs. Steele.,.
Ratliff. Sunday. urr
J. J. Brannen and Mrs. T. F. Mrs. Nita Johnson visited her
for town employees. Mr. and Mr"M." D. Barren and
Bonds forfeited! and fines for Brown on Wednesday and Thurs- brother and sister-in-law in Jack- II daughter, Sherron., and Mrs. Eva Deana Starling of Princeton is

the previous month reported to day last week. sonville last week. While there, .Harrell spent a few 'days at Salt still visiting her grandparents Mr.

the council totaled $83 includingone Mrs. Ida Parrish of Earlton is they drove to Macon Ga., for a Springs last week.V. and Mrs. H. E. Starling.Mr. -1.

for public intoxication and spending this week with her visit with Mrs. Johnson's sister. L. Han-el of St. Petersburg and:Mrs Allen Ward of St.

three for traffic violations. daughter, Mrs. E. L. Brown. Mrs:: K. B. Watlerson was takento is visiting Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Marys, Ga. and their daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home droveto Deanna visited Mrs. Ward's father -
Present for the meeting were Bradford Ccunty Hospital in the M. O. Harrell family this.
Mayor Watterson: Clerk W. 'H. New Port Richey last weekend, St'trke last week for treatment.I week. Leon Wynn: Sunday.

Maxwell. Council Chairman A. C. to take their daughter, Mrs. R. C. Arriving here Saturday for a visit Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Raborn of John R.. Lefevers of don't r .

Dennison, and Councilmen G. P. .Williams and j sons: home after a I with Mrs. Watterson were her I Jacksonville visited Mrs. Beulah ville visited his brother JaCkson-I

Wadsworth, D. E. Hill and C. R. wefk's visit here. brothers Jack Gitman of Union Hirrell and Mr. and Mrs. M. '0. family Sunday.Mr. '

Ccx. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy and Level Va., George Gitman of I Harrell Sunday.Mr. and Mrs..Marion McCloudeand i :
Baptist Women And children left Monday for several and Mrs. Murl of Gainesville
Richmond, Va., Comet Gitman of Johns and son were week- "wish"'yO
Youth Groups Meet days' vacation trip around Florida. family of end guests of her
South Hill, Va., Mr. and Mrs. i Mulberry! spent the grandparents,
Both circles of Hampton Baptist Mrs. Leo Singleton of Ft. My- Otis Gitman and daughter of :weekend with Mrs. Verlie Johns. Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency.Mrs. V

WMU met last Thursday after- ers spent Sunday night in Hamp- Sulh Hill, Va., and a sister. :1 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns Della Osteen of High .
noon and evening July 9, with ton with her mother, Mrs- Nita
and family of Lake
City were Springs visited her
Mrs. V. J. Slade Jr. and chil- sister Mrs. LJ'1had
"Christian Witnessing" for the Johnson and left Monday for a j i Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.. Alice Starling Sunday. u
dren visited her mother, Mrs. W. '
monthly program. Mrs. E. L. Birt visit to Texas for a few weeks. Verlie Johns.
A. Monds at Glen St. Mary and Kate Starling and daughter -
presented the program for the Mrs. Frankie Jean Keys visited in Karen Mizelle is spending the :
Mrs. Hines
evening circle, at the home of Ft. Myers last week with her her sister at St. George, Ga., for week with the Buster T. Ryhon relatives In Tampa, last week.visited it .. f.v
Mrs. ,Charles Hicks with eight mother. Mrs. Singleton and sister, the weekend. ,
family of Cross City. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bennett and Q
Dankhause. The Sin- Billy Saxon is in ;
women present. Mrs. David visiting Titus- Mr. and
Mrs. Warren MizeUe Richard Knight, all of Gainesville, i
"YWA and GA groups met at t gl?ton children returned home.ville for two weeks with his uncle and: daughter, Lucretia Cumbpe. visited Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- -- )elf

and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. visited the Buster Ryhon'family ney Tuesday.

Lee.Mrs. in Cross City, Sunday. Sgt. and Mrs. Otis McKinneyand BUY \ :: ') 1 4fW)

Wilma Knight and daughter Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Hodges children returned to their

of Jacksonville'arrived Mon- and Mrs. Mamie Hodges home in Fort Campbell, Ky. last A

day for a visit with Mrs. Ina last Sunday were Rev. Thomas Monday, after spending 15 days ONE I

Knight and son. and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie: Goodge visiting relatives here. James McKinney 'fi
.of Starke, Mr. Mrs.
and Carl Ed-
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman of' went with them to send ,......... -- :.
po DONT TUG UNTIL Baltimore Md. arrived Monday wards and 'family of Gainesville about: six weeks.
for a two week visit here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rain of ON EASY TERMS A i 1 .

& YOUR FACES RED and Mrs. T. J. Alderman and to High Springs. and Ronnie and Linda Sue Thomas tl '

attend the Alderman BobbY'Hod es of Jacksonville were Sunday guests of Mr. and

) \HAVE THOSE GARAGE un'on' this weekend- family re- spent Thursday through Saturday Mrs. E. C..Lewis of Starke. a
g t I I with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodgesand Mrs. Bishop Thomas and chil-
Mrs. Frank Hicks Why put with an out-dated cramped-lor-room
and Mrs. Alvin up
Mrs. Mamie dren were
DOOKS OVERHEAD{ Sunday guests of her
Hicks and children of Jacksonville Mrs. T. E. Persinger and son, parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewisof e refrigerator? There's nothing like an automatic

spent last weekend here Larry, of.Robbins Air Force Base, Starke.

v.-ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ga. and Mr-and Mrs. Arthur Kel- ALL. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR FREEZER
[ C. Cox. Florid
ley of Bradenlcn are visiting Mrs. NOTICE.Notice

Mrs. J. L. Chancey visited in C. S. Kelley III i hereby given that the
of thelott'rnal Modem designed for MORE ''i Choice of styles,sizes,mod-
C- S. :
Palm Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Kelley is.in Alachua County meat Fund of .
Johnny Hamilton, her soninlawand Hospital. We wish him a speedy pursuant to law will State offer of for Florida sale, food space,LESS floor space. els and colors. Single-door

daughter. recovery. fw omPf'tlt1Te'21ealpd. bids at 2 p.m Shelves glide; out or swing I double-door and cabinet-
August JJ,. 1959'' the del
Mr: and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and Bribed lands In Bradford following County out no groping, no fum t type for walls. See them atbingnosplling.Refrigerator

.... ... ...'TTTTTTTTTTTT son,. Craig, of Jacksonville and Florida. to-wlf your favorite electric appli-
Government Lots 7, '8,
X'4 of 9
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and and XH-of: 11, Section 30. Township defrosts automatically. no ance dealers now.At the same
RISINGBy daughter. Barbara, vacationed In 6 .Sout .- Range 20 East
muss fuss. Spacious freezer time look at the home
24a 8* so9'e. no new
the Guy Kartell cabin at Salt
NO MONEY DOWN \ Springs last week. Mr. and Mrs. the The advertising Purchaser. : ft.and required documentary to pay .sections for storing meats, poultry freezers. And remember -all-

I'll'S. Gordon Jones Bill Bigham and children of stamp fish, baked goodies and electric models are',cheaper to
The sale I
If and
I I.u ..................a Brooker and Mr. and Mrs..RA. be subject to.the Trustees made reserving shall I I cooked food for future,meals. Ice buy,cheaper to use,and maintain

Repair Guest and children of Nashville, onto IhemftelTp 75 per cent of the cubes plenty in a jiffy. a cooler, cleaner kitchen.
Mr. and Mrs. Minzell Royal of Ga. phosphate minerals and metals and
were Monday dinner 50 per cent of the petroleum thereon
Lakeland were visiting Mr. and Mrs. or thereunder. .
guests. L. D. Hardee, Sr. and
Add Rooms --- Carport --- Mrs. Eddie Norman and Robert Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Whittle and The Trustees Fund of the Internal Improvement e, Thert't M: MATCH
reserve the rightto
Norman last week.
sons of Jacksonville joined the reject any and all bids. r i I to "Sunshine Sera
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Davis 1 and Wood families for the BT ORDER of the Trustees of the" .I ? ...St lw BIGGEST

Bath Room daughter, Carolyn, were visitingMr. weekend. .. State internal of Improvement Florida. Fund of the p Bargain in Tow

and Mrs. R- J. Jones and Mr- LeRoy rolling Governor. \ -
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. and Mrs. James Keedwell un anrr'ucTKu' --
Attrt: Van H. Ferguson! Director
family of Brooker Sunday. I
TURES) ,and children of Brockton., Mass.. TruMees' I. I. Fund.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. I and Mrs. H- E. Stokes visited Mr.I'Starting bid 115.00 per acre

Time To Re-roof C. Lewis Sunday were Mr. and and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and Mr. 1.' 5t 8-7
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Mrs- Woodrow Thomas and familyof
and Mrs.
Harvey Fipps in Jacksonville
Monday. The Keedwells
Mrs. Maggie Norman has returned -
returned home
home with her daughterand
Mr. and Mrs N. J. Davis Mrs.
STARKE BUILDERS family Mr. and Mrs. R. C.. H. P. Gainey and Mrs.. H. E.

Thomas of Niceville., for a few Stokes attended the big meetingat
weeks visit.
Shady .Grove Church during
Eugene-and Julius Jones of Lady !'-
INC. Lake friends and rela the weekend. .
SUPPLIES! are visting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickery. of
tives here for awhile. Alachua C"
were Tuesday night visit-
Evelyn Griffith has been visiting: \
ors of Mrs. H, E. Stokes.
Starke Fla.
At S.A.I. Depot friends: in Georgiaor the past t B. r
Parker of Lakeland wajs Saturday ,
week. .
guests of the. L. L. Parker \ 5r, .
n. a c'.. s..raw family. 441i
1( q

Celebrating its 126th anniversary

New River Baptist Church

I is having a Homecoming July 19.I

t Dinner will be at 12:45. The New

r River Associational Hymn Sing i% :

will begin at 1:45 p. m. ..2

Everyone is welcome to come r.

and participate. w

baA Charles Kelley spent the weekend -

J with his mother, Mrs. Dorris .
Kelley. _
Mrs. Russell Starling and chy- :+caa. 41' r
dren of Graham and Mr. and Mrs.F. 4

c It ? E. Davis and children spenta
couple of days in the Scrub at % -j ?

the Davis cabin last week. t L ; f ca ?6/

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin DaVis' f
t :i ? .z<:s'4.v: baby of Gainesville were Sunday Up a steep mud-choked wuh-Positraction pays off I; Through a mountain stream-deep in Amntayuin Canyon.
to *
luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.N. .

J. Davis. Afternoon visitors NO MOUNTAIN CAT, MISTER... '

were Mr.and Mrs. Jack Eddie and
yLrKPv3 4 ::. ; v. Rev. and Mrs. W H. Eddie of .
li 4Br Waldo. ..' That's a Chevy'with Positraction I V
% &&&%$ : 'H
.t11G\1n\Y,y j..i: :: MP ftirrw* Elaine Crosby of Starke and +

Juanita Stanaker were guests of That 3134 Fleetside has the surefooted district'officer! who drives it r Positraction of tonne, Is sbig '

t. This new-type concrete nod will last 59 yean*.. sad air. Mr. and Mrs Ludan Conner' In ways of a big western bobwould bet his badge the tie rods plus on this job, providing i
f the Conner: cabin'at. :'Salt Springs cat. Roams through high brush won't even need replacing! the sure grip needed to 'dig

last week. that would buck the life Out Utah through mud loose
country ,, in that wild climbing snow, sand
Drive it on America's new Interstate System highways We are sorry to bear of the ac- out of most trucks. Crosses country Chevy's suspension! and whatever comes along. Could be

cident of G. B. Colson in Lake streams without benefit a frame and brakes its Positracthat a Positraction-equipped %-

Butler last week. He is'a patientin bridge. Climbs talus 'grades tion rear axle and Thriftmaster ton pickup is the answer for your

sound-conditioned. a Gainesville hospital and we where pinon won't even grow.But 6 power are proving themselves area of operation. .Or maybe a

New-type, wish him a speedy recovery. that's all routine for this Chevy, under rougher conditions than 4-wheeI drive Chevy. We've got- ...

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Prevatt of :0, equipped with Positraction*.rear most test engineers could dream trucks that specialize in getting .

& El Paso Texas win visit his par- A. axle. It's hard at it every day for up. They're proving that Chevin and out of any kind of .coon*, ,. _
concrete will still be fun to drive in 75 ents in Starke and, her parents the Utah Fish,and Game eomrolet' advanced engineering and' try. Talk to your dealer about -

... Mr. and Mrs.. JcL B. Crosby, fort : mission. Figure about 60,000 design ideas pay; off-in apades your needs. Hell show you what '

\ O weeks. miles of mountaineering before when the going gets especially tough trucks are madeof.,

__ Not a "thump" to be heard en this continuous-laid con- Gean and Dianna Howard spent this Chevy is traded.And yet the.JOeaD. and. rtz. .Optional at txln east; .

s crete. .', almost like riding above the pavement,instead Built-in safety several days'with',their grandparents '

of en >H. Sound-conditioned concrete has no joints for Florida highways! the E. D. Crosbys last week. :t.

only tiny, sawed cushion spaces. You skim over them The rainy texture ofnew-typuoe- Mr. and Mrs. Frank:Tinney and No job's too tough for Chevrolet truck '

and don't know it! "Air-entrainment" prevents surface crete resist skids even when ..t. sons Bruce and steve'vislted Mr. .

roughening, keeps concrete smooth. Laid fiat, new-type No unevenness,no"fifhtinf thconcrete and Mrs. Claude V. Smith in Silver
wbeeL" It reflects light too. Yea Springs. Md. last week and: Mr.
flat and will last 50 and
stays years more. see op to 4 time better at nifht on Tmney's! mother,.Mrs. Lillian Tiler I
The Interstate System is planned for the traffic of light-colored concrete than ea a returned
home with
ney. them fora :
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