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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 23, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Kongo Julian C (i,
(" .*'. Library ?'la HistonSki'Tourney .



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Keystone Heights Is on its t to eight thousand contestants and visitors with final arrangements water ski champions as contestants Championships on Lake Opechee de Rideout of Cypress Gardens

nark set and ready to go for the visitors into the area before it completed at a special Chamber from nine Southern states at Laconia N. H-, Aug. 21-23. current national women's overall .
opening Friday mOlDing of the comes to a close late Sunday of Commerce meeting Monday tit for honors in events startingat Among the numerous top flight
Southern Water Ski alternoon- champ; Geoffrey YTclfc of Jacksonville z
Regional night- 8 a. m. Friday: ucrformers to be seen on Lake
Tournament second largest ski Keystone Mayor M. L. Beasley Lake Geneva Beach will be the Those who finish among the Geneva this weekend are Joe Cash and Silver Lake who re-

meet in the nation. The three-day said yesterday that everything is ':Mecca for a dazzling array of first five in each event will q1alof Sarasota. holder of the world's eerily established a new record in

event is expected to pack from six in readiness for the influx of I wo:Id. national and regional ;ify for competition in the U. S. jumping record at 135 feet; Nan- tricks with 2.311 points; Hardy
Vick' of Jacksonville, who won the .
overall championship in the Junior t .:
Dixie Tournament last month; c iw

and Barbara Cooper, 15-year-old
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial Lakeland girl who recently set a $

new world's record for feminine

jumping with 92 feet.

An international flavor will be

County Publication Established In 1879 added: to the events with the entry -

of Simon Khoury a native of
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VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARK FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1953 NUMBER FIVE I Lebanon, who finished second in

-- ,, world overall scoring at. Cypress .
ty
3 Men Arrested !Council Plans Johns To Retire Gardens in 1957. His speciality is ;, : ., '

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{ the slalom.

More Action Also competing will be two of 3tt.

Officers Smash Four Candidates the South's top women skiers-

For Natural GasCity No-ine from Bardill.Fort Lauderdale.17-year-old and expert \

Janelle KirU;. 15, of Birming-

Tire Theft Series Council agreed Tuesday Announce Bids ham. A'a. who has been* ,' skiing

night: to sign a new contract with !nce she was three. :' :' ,. -- -- '"

Brown & Stepnens'Co. of Atlanta Miss BardiH competed 'in the ,

Truck Driver Three men have been arrestedand Ga for installation of the city June Festival of Americas Tournament I'., ....-..' <-

a fourth is sought on a chargeof distribution system of natural For City PostsMrs. at Miami Beach last year. .: /,;..- :.
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grand ..
larceny as the result ofa .
Gets Three Years crackdown by city and county gas.The In order to tighten up the competition Champs : :: .>

original award madeto she moved ,into the wo r
officers following series of was
a automobile Ruby B. Johns started the
For Mail TheftsA tire thefts from the lot the company May 5 but work city election ball rolling this week men's division and finished by To =- sz.
had to be delayed until sale of *,13 .
of a local used
car dealer. when she qualified as a candidateto winning the overall title over
Negro truck driver arrestedin Police Chief Riley Sweat and the revenue bonds that will pay succeed herself on the City Nancie Rideout. current national "4 x .
Starke July 10 on charges of Deputy Dolph Reddish made the the costThe bonds were validated Council and Mayor W. T. Jackson women's Miss Appear F
champ.
July 15 and are now in the handsof !! Kirtley who
mail theft received a three-year atre.cts: on two separate occasions Chief Riley Sweat and J. D. Doyle
city fiscal agents. Pierce, Car- 14V io. a competes in the girls' division
At the time of the second '
prison term in a Jacksonville sot in the race with announcements S't f '
Federal Court Monday. arrest the officers recovered seven vi on and Wulburn of Jackson- Tuesday night. was second in overall scoring in In
tires which have been identi- ville. They have advised Council the 1958
Johnnie Perkins 31. of Gainesville Mrs. Johns is currently serving nationals.
pleader guilty to wholesale .fied by Stanley Noc cl as some of within that the 45 bonds should be sold her second term as councilman df) Competition in the tournamentis Meet rrf
days $
those :
r stolen from
the >
theft of parcel post packages Noegel toup 4. She won her first term classified as junior boys junior < '.
entrusted i Brothers Used Car Lot on July An agreement was made with in 1955 of direct girls boys girls .. '
to him. Perkins on a on a platform men women and ,ry 7 e t
.contract mail route between Jack- 14. the contractor that any rise in representation of the women of I veterans. + ;
sonville and Gainesville was put Negro Eddie Risby Jr. was arrested cast of material labor or taxes the city and on a promise to state The tournament is sanctionedby t

under surveilance and later arrested with on July 18 and charged because of the work delay wouldbe her honest opinion on any issue- 'j"r the American Water Ski As-
petty larcency in the theft
after So far she is the candidate
several Starke merch- of three tires from the car lot on met by the city. The present only sociaton, and is being staged at Nancie KIdrout (top) and Joe Cash are two of the Nation's
ants to qualify for office in
complained of not receiving any city
April 29. Risby was released two steel strike will probably add to Keystone with the cooperation of champ water skiers who will be een in action at the Southern
registered packages.E. I the election to be bed September
L- Staley postal inspector davs later under $200 bond. the cost of materials which had 8. Candidates have until August 18 the Jacksonville Water Ski Club. Regional Tournament at Keystone Height this weekend.

,said hundreds of packages have On the night of July 20, Sweat been figured by the contractor as 1 at 12 noon to qualify and success-

disappeared on the mail route and Reddish arrested white man about $98,000 of the total con- ful candidates will take office at COUNCIL: W
-during Johnnie A. Lei and Negro Amos the first Council meeting in Octo-
the past two years and !Compromise
tract price of $174,579. It is believed -
Desue after DISCUSSES
the post office has paid more than a high speed chase .
100 claims for the loss of insured over dirt streets in the northwest that signing the contract ber.Mayor W. T. Jackson stepped ; .
section of Starke. Reddteh said before the August 1 deadline will
packages.The from city councilman to Mayor in Eyed In Bout
use of dummy packages the two were charged with! pos- eliminate the three per cent sales 1955 by defeating J. R. Wainwright yf'Y

trapped Perkins. Inspector Saley session of stolen property after tax passed "on materials used in the incumbent. He won Steps Down After I
said the officers found two tires in the Wainwright again in the
adding that the man was over E
truck government contracts which were Over Lake Access
pickup the men were driv-
in 1557 and has
caught. the act of taking such election now an- 27 Years
a package while on his mail routein ing. The tires were identified by previously exempt.. nounced as a candidate for a .. ,.. ...- .... +

Starke. Noegel as two of six that weresto'en More ,than 350 Starke residents third term. term' as city clerk Mr. Johns.will A one-man cat-catching pound at one time. As the officials be-
Bradford County
The inspector said jewelry and from him on July 14. have already signed as future Police Chief Riley Sweat came have. served 'the city in that campaign came to a dead end t :es.onrnowed Hornsby con
cosmetics constituted Perkins' Negro Richard Desue brotherof customers of city natural gas. to office last year by defeating the capacity for 27 years a record in Tuesday night when City trived to build others. ga'* maneuvering this week toward -
one of the men arrested is being then Acting-Chief Ben C. Holtzen-' that 'office. He defeated C. A. Council, I a compromise settlement of
principal loot. A large quantity of Alsp concerning gas 'the Council told dot-catcher Rus- The cats were. disposed .of bya
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jewelry was recovered from the south by officers on a chargeof I set August 20. as the opening dorf in a close election for a one- Futch.* for the- job in 1932' : Mr. sell. Hornsby "no more cats. researcher from .the Univer- 'the bitter Santa Fe Lake road

home of two Negro women in grand larcency. He is believedto date of. the natural gas advertising -i 11 ear unexpired term of exchiefW. l'utchad, at' the-.- time- been. .' in In-explaining how,he rot Hof. Florida who according squabbleTBif5$3f calculated to.
JacksonvUIe. SaleyJald-JU1d.,two be the man responsible for the campaign.- .will be han '&' Thornton. Sweat resigned"as office-.25 jears. started on'hJr'feBfie to'Hornsby '
1 July 14 theft .... __.i__ ., '--..-. forays ; "put them to sleep ratisfy contestants on both sides
" bushel baskets of "cosmetics were dled by Grant Advertising Inc. Bradford county deputy sheriff ---, Horasby: 'went into details of and took, the .blood and beads
found in the man's Gainesville Johnnie Lea and Amos Desue and will cost more ,than $700 in to make the race last year but Citizens SatisfiedWith material. purchase and trap off to .Gainesville." This process I of the question-
home. were later released from jail un- local'newspaper;and 'radio advertising 1 hp.d previously served on the city production and was. only 'temporarily too. was told by Hornsby Clerk Charles Darby said Coun

Perkins was not a post office dr bonds of $500 each. : to ,continue through 1959 police force. Tax ValuationsNo stopped when Council omitinr no detail in the struggle ty Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. had

_tmployee. Saley said. Deputy Reddish said the arrestsof and part of 1960. In announcing as a candidatefor Chairman T. C. Hazen said between "man of science" 'i been instructed to begin n gotia.i -
Lee and Desue were broughton < the council J. D. Doyle will be complaining taxpayers ap- severely "Bassetl no more and "wild cats that had
The first materials for the conversion never i tons with property owners adjoining -.
by suspicious action on the seeking his second term having I J peared before City Council as it cats." been caught before."
Property Sales part of the men. of the municipal power won his seat in 1957 as second:sat Tuesday, night as a board of Facing the prospect of an With.the unanimous decision J the three county owned

Chief Sweat had become suspi- plant to the use of gas will be high in a four-way contest for-a equalization.City end to his caner as cat Pied that there would be "no more |roads leading to the lake whichhave

,Total $20,200Property cious of Richard De:ue. and the received October 1. according to two-year term. He has been serv- Clerk Carl Johns reportedto Piper, Hornsby told the storyof cats in the
:I two officers had gone to Desue's a letter receved from White Mo- ing as streets chairman of the council that valuation of taxa- trapping: 14 cats in one night council went on to further Thomas will attempt to persuade

transactions in Brad- I home to question him. The su- tors, who have the contract. Eachof council.No ble city property as received from and having a total of 43 in the business in another cat- rGI'7. the lake group to buy and deed
ford County during the past week cpect: wasn't home and the officers the engines will be put into candidates have announcedto County Tax ;Assessor Gene Long to the county. a suitable piece of

totaled 20200. were l leaving when action use!" converted and conversionwas stand for the office of city had* increased <$214,880 this year Rotarians Hear State Supreme Court property which will give all citizens -

: All'transactions are recorded in suidenly picked up. estimated as taking between cl.Tk which incumbent Carl Johns and exempt, property including access to the lake. In return
the County Clerk's office. Prices Reddish said a pickup truck two and three weeks from time of says he will not seek again. homestead exemptions had increased Rules Against Block for this property,.which must haveat '
are figured from documentary parked at the corner of North arrival materials.: This would Rumors of candidates have been 34600. Part of the Increase Principal IngramHugh On Lake-Property least 150 feet of lake frontage.

stamps affixed to the deeds. Grand and West Utah streets point to the end of October as current, however and some an- was due to the reviewingof the county will close off.the three <

Only transactions of more than raced away from the prowl car the target date for the use of nouncements are expected next railroad valuation by the state B. Ingram, new pnnicpal The Florida Supreme Court hasrulE'd roads in question and the property
$1,000. are mentioned here. and the officers followed in hot natural gas by the city in pro- .board after a complaint by Assessor of Bradford High School i' was I 'will be divided between the persons '
week.With that of of
pursuit thinking they had interrupted owners a portion adjoining the roads.
of his ; ,
the end present Long.
Henry Freeman to B. T. Thomas duction of electricity. guest speaker at the Rotary Club
a moonshine: loading lake property cannot block a
to op I. This could be a peaceful way
Lumber Co-, timber rights
Wednesday. He recommended Dr.
eration. The high speed chase -
neighbor from enjoying the waters
65 acres $6,500- out of the tense situation that
finally ended at the intersectionof James Conant's new book, a study .
adjoining their land. of-
Henry LaPort to John W. developed 'When f the Board
Strickland, 3.18 acres land, 1200. North Temple Avenue and SR of American high schools; today There is an old common law County Commissioners recently!

Ralph R. Pate to Norma Cele- 16. as required reading for anyone providing that only the owner Iran I voted to hate privately owned
Reddish said he then his
pointed
etine Canova. home in SaratogaHeights. ; wishin to keep; abreast of the use the water" abutting his;, fences removed from two of the
flashlight into the back of
12500. the r s trends in educatonIngram; was property. But the court rejected !I three roads leading to the east
truck and spotted the tires. introduced by Harry Hatcher, who this idea and held to the more [bank of the lake. Attorney Hollia'V.
Masters After placing the two men under ., had charge of the program- I' Kr.ihtt representing the group
Past Night arrest Chief Sweat and the deputy ;; liberal civil law which says a ,;
Three new members: S. E. non-navigable lake can be u..ced': that had peti'loned for the roads

To Be Held By F&AM the pickup returned had to been the place parked where and Sparks. barber: ;. Herbert Dayton. by: all lakefront owners and their tc be closed to the public said the
would find itself "in litigation
Board
Worshipful Master Carl Hurst soon managed to locate five more ke"i motel owner; and Jerry Schemer guests.
here out" if any
k from on
of the stolen tires which were accountant were 'inducted into Chief Justice Elwyn Thomas
that Bradford Lodge
announced
attempt was made to remove the
35, F. ,& A. M. will hold its an- hidden in a patch of woods. the club atthis, time. who wrote the opinion, took judicial ,fences. .

nual Past Masters Night July 25, Amos Desue told the officers he In program brochures for 1959- note of the fact ,that Floridais has tak;:"'
with dinner being served at 6:30: knew his brother was under suspicion x 60. distributed to the membership II tourist,'state and said: I' The Commission never
p. m. \ and overheard his brother by'the new president T. A. Yawn and I en any' action on the twomonth'old
tell some friends where the "Fishing swimming are petition to close the roads-
Past Grand Master Roy T. Lord I the followhng'committee chairmen I
principal items of the entertainment
tries! were hidden. Amos then
will'; actas Master of Ceremonies w 'were named: Community Service
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and Morroco ,Temple Hay Shakers apparently enlisted the aid of Lee 'ty H. A. Bishop Jr.; International the stranger expects to find j Legion/ Juniors

will furnish entertainment. All in an attempt to beat both police .. .. .. .,.- -..... ., .' .y Service Joe GrayVocational; here. If the enjoyment non-
Master Masons and their wives officers and his brother to the Service SI>Peek Jr.; Club Service navigable lakes were to be curtailed Win Two Games
cache of stolen property. R.-El:: Edmondson or restricted by a' holding
are cordiallyinvited.- ; program
: Pine Level Church Has New 'Look
Baptist chairman, 'Harry Rabb; bulletin that' the owner of a portion of '

New Scoreboard editor, Joe Gray; song leaders ore' of them and his guests : Junior American Ixgion bas' e.
HELP PROMOTE Although not entirely completed ate in one chmch that is equalledby families from the courthouse in I Junius Smith and G- T. Huggins; should enjoy the waters only i bailers won their first game of

Bought For BHSThe irside the new educational build- few. if any pastors in the Starke cut to Pine Level Church newcaster, Gilbert, Goldwire. within the property lines the i! the season! Wednesday. July 15.
WATER ing of the fast-growing Pine Level tate. He tells of coming to serve auring Camp Blanding days. Elden Matthews, secretary andJ. damage would be immeasurable.The 1 J beating Green Cove Springs 4-3

Baptist Church has been in use the church when enrollment was "She would make four' trips .court held for: Vernon 'T. behind the, pitching of Bob Bates
SAFETY new electric Scoreboard about two months. The nursery, only! 27, and the active member- every Sunday,before church time F. Jaudon treasurer* were re- Thomas, who sued when ElizabethJ. : and. Bill Jack m.
elected for the A. L.
I, provided for the BHS athletic field one of the 15 small rooms open- ship totaled 18. The present enrollment to: bring those boys and their families new year. Bates' tossed four innings, strikin -
t Crosby Jr. is past prsident and Duval and Marion Hruby constructed
tI.I. by the Bradford Boosters Club has ing off the large central meeting is 800, but some of these to worship Mr. Hall re-
boat at the current vice president. ? out: 10.vhile..i1ving up threeruns
Register your arrived and will be installed roan is alreadyoutgrown", according are no longer active the pastor called. barriers in Lake Calm
Courthouse NOW and shortly.A to the pastor Rev. W. E-: Now a largi shed houses the I .. I in Hilbborough County and thereby on one hit Jackson took overn '
the of the fifth .while
top
observe the new laws that committee from the Booster's Hall. says.At ,one time services were heldin Hisses used on established routes. Big Dad'Plant restricted his use of the'water striking out :six and allowing only

have been enacted for your I Club will meet at the football In above photo. Rev. Hall and the old Pine Level School. Following to pick up members who have no to a small wedge-shaped area at one hit and no runs. John Barton.
field Friday at 10 a. m. to decide his wife are standing at the entrance consoldiation of the coun- I I Plans
protection and the protection 'I other means. of transportation. to Expansion his property line Bates and Jackson hit safely Sat
of your friends and where the Scoreboard will be in- to the new addition whichis ty schools the building and the services. the home team.
stalled. A. N. Holliday. spokesmanfor constructed of cement block of which.it stood
acre ground on
family. Rev. and Mrs. Hall have two Big Dad Mfe Co. is in the process Hardy Bros. Submit On Monday of this week Bates t
the group said it will probablybe and is equipped with central heating were donated- the church. Now
located the at children, both married. Their of hiring 50 new employees aDd Jackson again combined their'pitching
near main gate and air-conditioning. The assembly the church educational building. Bid Of $1,567.50On
the east end of the field. room individual class. and parsonage occupy a two-acre daughter is. the wife of Rev. J. increase their.existing working talents to shut out Mac-

Members of the committee include rooms and nursery are furnished tract fronting on SR 100 about Murrhee of Hilliard and their force to approximately 203-, New City TruckHardy -Limy 5-0 in a no-hit ballgani

This : Buddy Bishop who will but the kitchen and pastor's office three miles west of Starke. son Guy W. Hall lives in Cocoa. Plant Manager Benedict Finer While winning their second game-
Space Contributed provide wire necessary for in- are still to,be equipped: The Now in his. 79th year but justas Before.the Highway 100 Jr. emphasized the plant will not Brothers Salvage Yard Bates threw the first four innings .
present
I Weekly to Publicize stallation; M. C. Wells and Med- main church building is at left. active as a man half that age was built the church faced the be enlarged physically, but is go- submitted- a low bid of 1567.50 and Jackson the last three.

ford Sheeley electricians: MayorW. I The history of Pine Level Baptlst Mr. Hall came to Starke from' old Lake road ing to increase production utilizing on a six-cylinder, one-half ton Bates and Jackson again helped -
Butler'graded on
: Community: Events: by T. Jackson to provide angle Church is one of steady grow- Baf ord Grove Church in Nassau the sooth side of the property. present facfliUes- pickup bought last week by the out in the hitting department
;THE iron to >support the board; J. H. th, although some'.of the story is County. Both he and Mrs. Hall Just a few employees can be city of Starke. Other bids were !with, two singles each. Lrnwood
COMMUNITY I DuPree to provide,truck equipped[ obscure,because records were de- the former. Beatrice Thomburg Being. In a fanning area,, Mr. installed at one time Finzer said :submitted by TerwiHegar Motors Walters also collected two singles

r with power lift: A. N. Hollidayand strayed when an earlier church were born and reared in Georgia. Han said that most'of the members necessitating a two or three !and McGriff Motors- and John Barton one. Jimmy

!t STATE BANK Coach Lennard Register. building .was burned. She has taken an active part in are farm families but due month hiring period. Finzer stated The Hardy Brothers bid was'ac- Moore made a circus catch of a

The new Scoreboard cost $1,570 I I Rev. Hall has'served the church church activities. also.. and h/r to changing: economic conditions that the plan: needs more women C! ted by the Board of Bond fir ball in centerfield to save the
OF STARKE II i of which the Booster's Club has, for more than 30 years 'establishing husband speaks proudly of her"chauffering" sly two or'three them are still employees, especially those with Trustees for the city. The new home team in the no-hit depart ,

1''collected U20- a record for length of pastor- soldiers and their full-time farmers. .experience' truck is a 195) Dodge ment. _




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.-... TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY t3. 1959 :
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... Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jackson- Mrs. M. D. Elder and familyvere Only Two Accidents Purchase any model of Sinter!I St- Starke., FJa: ,., 9W ler. receiriRteta.M-ce **1iaiagznch as-
iJle were Monday visitors of Mr in Andalusia Ala. from Sewing Machine it .Denmark Dated this IJrd day of July X. sessments.: The County Assessor ofTaxes
Board
Atll.... and- .irs. Inman Green4Ilecry 3mday to Wednesday visiting her Occur During Week Furniture Co. tf I IOTKE D.Fl-rnta.. 1959 at Starke Bradford Co wlr, 'Commissioners and the may continue qf County ia-cession -

Stefanelli of Starke andMr.'anct jarents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I 72J-4t-! $/lJ from day. to day for one weekcr
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., Mrs. 'R feeH StefamelL dtroud. 'C,!. Carlos ,Mu5groe of the N 1'0"CONTRACTORS AS long as 'necessary.
Sealed bids ,will be received at NOTICE AH persons owning property subject -
of Gainesville are Qtf'two week Mrs. Robert Tanner of Baldwin I Florida Highway) Patrol: reported the Florida Highway Patrol Station Notice is hereby given that the toMsessnwnt- In Bradford
visit with relatives & Pennsyl and C. J. Powell and Mrs. :only two accidents eta state roads Palatka, Florida,.br the State De- County Assessor of Taxes for ETad- County/Florida;Are notified to appear
. INTHI' '' [ the county during the partment of Public Safety until ford County. Florida will meet with Itt such meeting, or meetings
vania. r within past _
J. H. Fields of 'Starke returnedlast 10.09 A. M.. EST. August 14. 1S5S. the Board of County Commissioners to make such complaints or give
'It, Mr. and Mrs James Lewis and Friday from a week's visit i week. No injuries resulted. for the construction of a Highway ,>f said County in the office of the testimony as to the value of any

.,....tf.. ___________ .,.. .. family spent the weekend at Day- I Musgrove said David Carson Patrol Station Starke Florida, in Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke property real or personal as fixed
- w -0' with 'theirsister.. Mrs. W. H. accordance with plans and specifications Florida at 10:00 o'clock A. M. AUg- i,v 1h County Assessor of Taxes,
*'At* tona Beach. Ford at Merritt Island. i Berrier 603 Washington St., prepared by PrenUss Hud- rn S. A. D. 1J5J for the purposeof upon his Assessment rolls'at they
?.?, Mis G. W. Williams and! Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn. Jr. Mrs. J. R. Chancey of W" Palm Starke. was charged with failureto dleston and Associates Architects hearing complaints and receiving may desire.Given .
Mrs. Eoline Smith and Mrs. and Engineers.Each order of the Board of
and family returned testimony as t. the value of by
*daughters' of Curry N. C- were'Tuesday I Wednesdayof Beach, Mrs. F. H. Douglas of .have his vehicle under control bidder will be held to have any County Commissioners of BradfordCounty.
Alice Anderson visited Mr. and property real personal or intangibly -
to Thursday guests last I last week from a ten day vaca- Alaehua and Mrs. T. C. Chastain after he slid into the backof era-ined the site and satisfied himself personal a* fixed by the said FlorWaJuly 15. A. D. 1159.SEA .
tion in Gatlinburg Tenn. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mr. and as to an conditions dimensions, fonntjf Assessor of Taxes oa his ( cmcnT corny)
week of Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. points of interest in the Smoky of Hampton were Tuesday guestsof Mrs. Carl L. Johns and families a car driven by Mrs. Virginia facilities, etc. and to have examined Assessment Rolls for the year 1959, Charles. Darby Clerk ,
their sister, Mrs. Wesley Andrews. W. the plans and specifications of It
Williams. Elinor Beach Hilton, Peterstown Va. on and for the purpose of perfecting
at Village Daytona ,
mr- Mountains. the work to be done and satisfied
,..- Mrs. Charles Swartz of Alachua on Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. i July 17.Musgrove. hhn'elf as to conditions of the con- "
. Extra Bobbins save time-Stock A3C Dillard W. Judd of Homestead tract. I
eras FB I said the tires the
.:.. Wednesday guest of Mrs. up with Singer Bobbins Denmark is home on ten days leave Billy Clark and children on Each bidder will submit his proposal ,,
1956 Pontiac station driv- when needRELIABLE .
-Beard.Mrs- wagon on the Form of Proposal cop- : you
last
of Ocala visitorsof
were Friday
Furniture tf
Co.
I with his mother Mrs. Freeman
Berrier were dangerously ied on his letterhead duly signed:
Riley Wasdin and daughter Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green and en by Each bid shall be accompanied by I
Mrs. Mae'Jones and grandchildren Johns and family. He was accom- Bender
and that had noth-
slick a certified cashier's check in the i
-- Linda"are spending the weekend I ,,Mike and Anita Jones and panied by Miss Glenda Ethertonof Mrs. C. D. Williams. ing to stop with when Mrs. Hil- amount of five per cent of the bid

- with.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed- Mrs. J. A Budd Jr. and childrenof Clewiston. Dress Sale At Stump's. ton stopped behind other traffic which win be returned when the GAS SERVICE
contract Is executed the proposalis
wards in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and or
: Jacksonville and Mrs. W. E. Misses Jackie Colle and Temple which had halted ahead of rejected. I
S Middleton and Miss MadgeMid- Hess of FSU spent the weekend family of Decatur Ga. were Plans and specifications may be
her on U- S. 301, about two miles
. dleton of with Jackie's mother Mrs. Del guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. examined at the Florida: Highway THINK OF SLADE GAS
. were Tuesday guests north of Starke. Patrol Office Palatka Florida. .
. Mrs. E- L. Matthews and family Colley, and with friends in Jack- Vernon Silcox- Copies of plans and specificationsmay
at Kingsley Lake sonville and St. Augustine.Mr. Mrs. C. D. Williams is in Ocala Thestate trooper estimatedminimum be obtained from the Department -
: ard Tampa this week visiting damages to Mrs. Hil of Public Safety Neil Kirkman TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
and Mrs. Howe Moredockand
Florida Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor were ton's 1953 Pontiac at $350 and F/uilding, Tal1ahal ", Florida upon
friends and relatives .
family of Coral Gables are payment of $19.00.
a visiting relatirs- in Georgia last spending the summer at the Dell Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Schneiderand said Berrier's car was damagedto The successful bidder will be required PHONE WO 4-3551
to furnish performancebond
the tnue of $475. a
week.Mr. cottage on Kingsley Lake. family of Houston, Texasare and payment bond satisfactory .
and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Inglerightwere visiting friends and relatives Both drivers were charged with to the State of Florida in the amount C'NGHOM" _> u" _.

of Charlotte N: C. and Tom and vacationing last week in the i i here this week. Mrs. Schneiderwill traffic violations after an accident I the contract.of one hundred per cent of -- .-

,
I Theatre Jack Slade of Jacksonville Beachare Smoky Mountains. N. C- be remembered as the former July 22 on SR 100 seven The. Owner reserves the right to
spending the weekend with Freddie Wimberly. miles west of Starke. re'!".{ t any or all bids.DEPARTMENT .
Iv Mrs.Pleze Goolsby has been ad- OF PUBLIC
Mr and Mrs! T H. Slade sr.
aa Frank Mitchell has been addedto SAFETY BEFORE
ded to the Colonial Florist staff I Musgrove said Jessie Lloyd Lis-

Harry Hatcher, JH. and J. Roy Susan Easter of Gainesville is the Doctor's Hospital staff as ton, lake City had stopped to let N.State KIRKMAX of FloridaH. Director

Chasteen are attending the Youth visiting Barbara Blankenship this laboratory and x-ray technician.I arother car turn off the highwayin 72J-2t-7S! !

SAT., JULY 25 Conservation camp on Lake Eaton week. Mrs. C. D. Williams will attend i front of him, but Liston did

a in the Ocala National Forest this 1'iff reduction on Ladies Dresses the Methodist School of Missionsin i not give a hand signal and the TO HEGISTF.R XOTICK OF FICTITIOUS TKATIOV RAaE

week. Stump's.. Lakeland next week. brake lights on his G M truck Notice is hereby' given that the I Check With
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and. undersigned under the provisions
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. I were not workingListon's! truck of Chapter 20.95J. Laws of Florida,
family/of Decatur. Ga. were over- and son, Bish have returned from Mrs. L. J. Richardson and children was struck from behind by a 1959 Arts of 1941 will register with the

night guests Sunday of Mr. and two weeks trip to California where 'spent' Snndar with Mr.7 and Pontiac driven by Miss Miriam J.' 'Clerk fo" Bradford of the Circuit County.Court Florida, In. upon and All Companies!

Mrs Bob Taylor. they visited Disneyland and other Mrs. W. H.. Btzrbarifcj Jr. in1 Fet- Bayert, Forest Park, HI. .receipt of proof of publication of
a 4 Mrs. John Caruso and daughter points of interest enroute. nandina Seath.; Mrs.. iSmce* Ienmlned' i this notice: the fictitious name of
Miss Bayert with .
e was charged Off.,t Printing Co.. under whichI
of Jacksonville were last Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, there for the"weefcMr. allure to have her vehicle under am engaged in business at 864

ELVIS PRESLE Thursday, visitors of Mrs. Henry iMjr. andMrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. and Mrs. WoodroV Dees control; and posted a' $35 bond. I Temple Ave.B.. Arnold Starke' '70S Florida.E. South WE WILL FINANCE FOR _
JIaryon
i StefanellL and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand and'daughters of live1'Oakr-were
I ; Liston was given a summons to
Miss. Sylvia Paulk was_the fea- families and Mrs. H. L.I Surxfer guests; of Mr. attf', Mis.D. answer a charge of failing to 12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES

tured smger-on the Florida Lore Brownlee and Miss Sandra Stith t .' Green : signal.! Facts On Facial

program at' the U. of F. Wednes- spent Sunday afternoon at Juniioer Mr! ; and:Mrs Gilbert' Goldwire, to the- Removal 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES
Damage car was esti- Hair
.tay evening for the Florida Home -Springs. Mrs Charles' Wade and; Miry
mated at $175 and the truck sus- MAKING MONTHLY\ PAYMENTS\ LOW!
. Demonstration Agents party who Mrs. Gladys Weldon and daughter Kither-iae* WamwrfgM'werenrisitr By EDMUND DWYER
tained only'about $50 in damages.
were, closing their 35th short Martha left Tuesday for two relatives ir1 Jacksonville" Sun-\ ElectrologistFor

: HAL_WAlliS. TECHNICOLORM A ","-*M*ttttf VMffiZJ course. weeks vacation in North Florida, eaT : the women who suffer from We will finish your home or we will pat In your Electric, Bath

a Real Bargains in Ladies Dressesat Georgia and Alabama.Mr. Mi: amTMrs.'It Layfletd'and Mr. And Mrs. Barnes excess hair on their face the St't. Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink. and Overhead pabhtets all

I Stump's.Sue and Mrs. Robert Barksdale f amily>of:Tile-Harbor*were''weeKend to eliminate this hair
Roberts best
. Buy Farm way Plumbing: and put up your Sheet Rock leaving: very little for
. 11 Ann Barnes of Kingsland, and children returned last Friday guestS of''Mf.! arHTMr's..*W F. completely is by electrolysis. -
i to do.
.. Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. :frnm a ten day vacation in Highland Hsirlougg: Mr. and Mrs. H D. Barnes of you

. Vickers and family this week. I N. C.Attending. Newcastle, Pa: bought the C. B. Skin care '

.. 6AWOR Mr. and Mrs.' R A. Green and the District meetingof IDegidlFistielrrtiefCoanty l 1 Roberts farm at Graham for hair removal consi \V> don't charge for travel. No_ down payment. Two months
the first ac ,
. children of Tavares are visiting the Wesleyan Service Guild in 6200. \ before first payment. No red tape DO high pressure sales-

. DAVID MVENIWI her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gainesville Sunday afternoon were Jr tIb\W1, Mr. Barnes has been engaged deration.tion of the Correc at: .,. F '' men. We will can and explain everything to you (no charge).

: t" : Hutchins this week. I.Irs. J. R. Hixon Mrs. Henry in farmng in Pennsylvania and fbcted area will f No obligation. You owe it to yourself to investigate before

:....IIhds and* Bob Smith returned Saturday Godwin Mrs. W.. L. Blair, Mrs- C11Brges fie4'7 in Court is also a retired construction leave the sKin baying from anyone. We have gone out of our way to help
pni after attending the FSU music Nelson Green and Mrs. Rebecca lart week rangedftoJnl2r frig .
wotker. He to do little
-atJ \=$ : camp for six weeks. Simpson. without a license to assault and plans a tone smooth: and;;9 ..';'h others and we can help you.
rming-at Graham: +,. ,
"1. c '
flawless nf
; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jones of battery: Eve -
Singer Sewing:Machine Needlesat V"tfj
i the"" i iVIfT Scottsboro, Ala. were Sunday .Denmark Furniture'Co. tf Teen-ager J. C. Warren and Mrs. Equffla berts; widow'"
with the aid of '
a
magnifying
J. paratrooper Van' Precott C. B. Roberts, has purchased the WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. were
: Mrs. Alice Anderson visited her
\1tt10 CO.OTWTECHNICOLOR' Ira P; Shepard"residence'on the glass it is not possible to de-
Thomas Jr. uncles I. B. Burton and C. C- Bur- charged with assault and batteryon
J ,
: __ : tect the skin where
corner of'Water and Washington'Sts. area excess TONEY HOMES Inc. TONEY HOMES, Inc.
....................... George Walker of New Orleans toiv and families at Orlando from the person Walden-B-B. Wads- : will hair has been remOVed. ,
in Starke $7,800
is the guest this week of Mr. and Friday to..Monday.Mr. worth in the early morning nours for and Mr. P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth
Edmund
Plus "Casper Takes Bow. Mrs. B.:T. Thomas.Mr. and Mrs.: Proctor Snowof of July 18. Warren was arrested make her home there.: located 'at 107 Dwyer's office is Bowling Green Keystone Heights
West
and Mrs. Charles W. Mc- Dublin, Ga were Sunday toTt.Jesday. and later freed under! $500 bond, University

Wow" Cartoon. Quaig of Waycross spent, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. but Prescott a paratrooper stationed Marriage Licenses' 2..803J Ave. Gainesville..for an Tdepnone FH Florida Phone 4123CLEARANCE

weekend with Mr.. and Mrs. MackL. D. Vining. in Kentucky left'town to appointment. .., ..
Sun. Mn.r July26,<27 Williams. Richard Williams returned ,'Mr and,,Mrs.. George. ,Huggins return to duty before the affi- Marriage licenses issued by (Adv.) e.. --.t.. ". _.
"with them'for" '' davit' -' County T.: Yawn ... -
a weeks and ''family haveTeturned" fromtwo against him was put into Judge A. during -
the hands of 'police officers His July were:'
visit.Mrs. weeks vacation at,Bedford .
"r COLUMBIA PICTURES pmMti'' r L. M. DeSha of Wildwood Lake bond was also set at $500. Lacy James Norman 54, and i

DORIS" .laCK" pent from Saturday to Thursday Miss Lillian Stump?is visiting Warren has been arrested'on Maggie Elvira Crews 60, both of

"DAV. LEMMON4ERNIE vith Miss Kate Struth. Mrs. Richard Fowler and..famly previous occasions. A charge of Lawtey. ROBBINS' SUMMER AND I -

,\ Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas I in.Eau Gallic this week. malicious injury which was filed Kenneth Lee Bagwell 40, of !
"
KOVACS Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmiat of against him on'Feb. 7, 1959--was S'arke, and Lovie Estell Haisten

Mrs. J. R., Kite spent the weekend later dropped, but he still faces
Wauchula were visiting Mrs. Ef- 34;'of Bell Fla.'
,
r' I ''iiij .in the Scrub. fie, Johns on Sunday.. Mrs..Johns trial on an assault and battery

j cousin Susan, Jane Wiggins Moyer is in visiting Jacksonville her- a1so.had.Henry Carter weekend of MaxviUe.. guest Mrs. charge.incident.growing out of the same. of'Clara Thomas Stark Louise. Roy Beckmafl Woods, 30 32,, both and REMOVAL S SALE IS STILLy GOING: ,ON!

i
,this week. Tommy Huggins is ,home after Simon Tiison was arrested by ;
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Smith of spending monthwith his grandmother Deputy Charles Cox and charged I Wilton Ozell Hart 19, of Palo

\ Bladenboro.: N- C,. were. guests Mrs.. Louise Jeffords, in with driving while intoxicated.i ford and Iris Virginia McCul- .y r I.

uCOLLORt several days last week of Mr. and High ,Springs; Trison, posted ,$200 bond on July lough, 18,'of Starke..- {fi: ) Ladies 1 1r I

AN ARW1N PRODUCTION Mrs. One Wiggins. Mr and Mrs. V. R; Fergusonand 20.Three James M rkIe "'Pairish;?'20, of #

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of J.G.. Davidson have returned men posted bonds of $25 Lake Butler, and"Delor $' Opal "j

Plus "Ghost. of the Town"Cartoon Atlantic Beach and. Mr.and burs from 'a five weeks vacation in each after being charged by Game Starling 17" of'Starke. :

.' Lowell Mathews of Neptune Beach Oregon, Yellowstone National Warden W. C. Jackman with fish- 1 Summer {1' Sandals 1.99 .x

were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Perk, Virginia, and North Carolina ing,without a license but a fourth Funeral Services For

Mrs Carl Mathews.Mr. visiting friends and relatives man Chris Harper pleaded guilty c _
Tues., Wed. July 28, 29 .'and Mrs Bruce Cox of Jacksonville enroute. to the same charge and was sentenced Groover H. Thomas* : -- I i

t were- eekend guests,'of Mrs. Blanche Englander and to pay a fine n of .$25_or Held.At New Hope- DRESSES Ladies' Summer -

f taw smrsa Mr. and 'MrsGuy\ Sale daughter of,Fort Lauderdale serve five days in jaiL Those '... \ f

., ?.:+.. 1'J Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter Mrs. D J. Clark of Tampa spent posting bond were George 'W.; Groover' H Thomas, 71, of r Dress Shoes 3.99

n'l 1 Sally_ visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday to Tuesday with Mr. H WksIey, RayBurnham 'H.: Bnboker: died 'Wednesday July d

Guy Dyal in Green Cove Springson and Mrs. L. D Green and Mrs. Ronald Weatherington.- 15! ,'mt r'a brief illness. He"was'a 3i99 { \

...iEp. Tuesday.. HenriettaHunt. An affidavit signed by G. J. Me- native of Alachua County. .
'- Replace your old ,sewing machine Gruff charged Francis'MJ'Sheartn: \
Mrs.\ -Robert- Powell and sons, Funeral services* held
were
.t tr-c' t belt with a new Singer Belt Robbie and Bill of,Newton'N, C. with passing' 'worthless check Thursday; July '16, 'in'''the* New And Up 0GirIs'Sandals 1.V 1.00

3 '> from Denmark Furniture Co. tf spent last Saturday with their hi i the amount of'$295. I Hope Baptist'Church. with burial '.. J

I I, i l,,, < Mrs. Mattie Gahagan has been aunt, Mrs. J. H. Fields. in1 the'''church'cemetery 1 I

1 visiting relatives in Savannah Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulknerand L.kefBiitktI; I\ Surviving are his'Wife:' fourdaughters' .! -. f..
rS Ga.'and Bhiffton S. C. She and family of Lakeland and 'Mr. ? 1 '
!Dies At-Fort Myets1 ; Miss Mildred'Tholna3; t BERMUDA Men'sSport
sun and daughter-in-law Mr and and Mrs. Robert Faulkner of Mrs. '
Irene'StarHngMri: Lffliarfl .
;
Mrs. R.'E. Gahagan Jr. are now Jacksonville were Sunday ''visitors Wilson Rosa Y I
; and Mrs Lee'Oeaby
on-an: 'extended tour of the New Benjamin Franklin Renfroe;; :
of Mrs. Ben Faulkner and Mr. var: foirr-sods;; James: 1- .
: ,
; Woodrpw
'sej'of-'Lake'
'Butler Shorts 97c
; OJed'w dnes"dayat
Plus. "}lice Capedes" Cartoon England
Jacksonville Mr. and ,Mrs.the John former.Kunig .of Mrs and'Mrs. Herbert Green 'been' visting .his 'daughter Mrs* .:T.Bob and ZYia,'alf'ot'Bi jOt: : I I r
Dolly F
Thur. Fri. and'familya3d.Mrs..J.-H. Fields ert three aisters Mad' 'Ada'TowriPfsend. -
July 30 ,31 -
Avh. Pace. .t
SttHivan leave Friday for ew&'ks. were in Jacksonville,Sunday visiting .Mmni I _1 qNi'
ana'ilri
; TowrusfndV \
vacation in Baltimore Md Mr.: Renf roe'iras-born in 'Her* I 1.49-I
-*Mr and Unt.R..ETannersi : ',
visiting his mother nando County on'Maich 11, 1873; Port; Laudtrdale.and MfsV} Rho&fHiries : .
and visitingNatives ;. ;; 'Ja tsonvUI a I : Blouses97cCHILDREN'S
the of I :
son the late Solomon -e
te in Canada. H: ,
1 ( Mf. and Mrs Al Harley of Kingwood And UpMen's Wft !
and Emaline Sapp Renfroe. He I
Linda Patty and Bill Rosier
,W. Va. spending this ,.,
A spent the weekend with:their untie week,.with their parents.,.Mr. and I was a retired farmer and' a member Conservation Officers I I"I

and aunt*Mr. and'Mrs- C..H. .Mrs A. H. --Barley sr. andMr. of the Christian!' Church. Vie F Free' VacationFive
Besides Mrs.: Pace he is
Dittmar in Jacksonville while sur-
end Mrs. Barney McRae. They '
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. N.-B. vived by two other daughters, !
brought back their niece and nephew Mrs. Phyla Turner of Lake Butler members of the :Bradford Dress Pants 499 1
Rosier 'were vacationing at
: Day'tona ,Beverly and Mark Crawford, Soil Conservation
yF. i ; and ,Neptune Beaches. .who had spent a month with and Mrs. MOdred Wilkes of Ft. body have entered District the goverriirwr National 1; Dresses (WASH N' WEAR
1 Mrs.. Peggy Shaper suffered' a them. Myers; one son Joseph E- Ren- ) i
Soil Conservation Awards'D
froe and
black one sister Mrs.
eye Tuesday when she Mary I ,
got .Mr.- and Mrs. John Phfflips' of -
"TANK COMMANDOS"stmtes waIIJ r In Thomas both of'Lake Butler. P Tm; sponsored by.'theGOod- ; :
the baseball WesternS
way o a pitched Tampa were last Tuesday to \\m Boys'
Robot BtnM fear'company.Those' .
lituk tamales
Camoo Funeral services will be held
at the home'of her daughter at Thursday guests of Mr.' and'MrsJ. Y '
AN AMERICAN MfER ATIONA[nCIUBK"OPERATIOH < in the Long Bridge Christian "comnetuvr are J. 'B. Double Knee / 'iSHOP"N'
the State Farm G.
Church near Lake Butler at 2 White. 2edra Hamilton S. J. Me- And Up ,

Holton.MARKET p. -m.". Sunday with Rev. M. 'M.. Garvev. L.- TJ. Morgan Jr., andPwier

CITY FISH & Tomas officiating. Burial win Shi 'Smith, district chair Dungarees':: i :

I follow'in the' family plot'in Sapp man. SAVE' e .. ,
Cemetery 'with DeWitt C. Jonesin Judeinsr committees composed FOR: fcACK TO

Operated by Ernest Allen, Former Manager ofSetzer's charge of arrangements.. outstanding Florida conserva 1 t

i tionists. will'dpfrmme the state' FOOL 1.49' :

Meat Market, o tMaridinr district'for the ceriod I
Small
''ClaimsvCourt'Scheduled '

F fliTI.. I95-throuh\ADrir 30. ,. -- .t A Back-To School Item! ]
f' 4 ka 5w FreahrFwh Twice Weekly From Cedar:Key."- July 28 1960V"on'the:basis of tbal points' 'l : ", : BoysTshdrt j
p !cored m performances of. 'regular Sleeve .

F f ,ALL KINDS-OF FRESH ''IIEATS, POULTRY AND. ...Twenty-one.. cases involving duties..
t gaira -totaling$2,243.54, 'ares One member of the winning district SportShirta.:

DAMES"sUftilU EM "* PRODUCE = ALSO GROCERIES ;heduled' to--heard in County poT mrn 'TxjcVand the topxwating i: : r
M Henderson.Of Off teAh
yrChuck Small Claims Court.next Tuesday. tamer or rancher ; RIi\B"BINS'
m.WW4 -Ih1UMTIOML next e ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES '. } 1.00
s. Three other ,small cla1msteif named by' that district wffl re- i

Pink J iTV Tomorrow: ? tar Open ALLDAY be" heard .on.July30. rpfve an exoense-free vacation, f I
Sunday j
claim: less to winter resort A Back-To-Scbool J
tooA. .AH' Ceases involving trip. GoodTearJs I Item!. THE 'STORE OF VALUES'AGE
rsn$400.arebeard In the Small m Arizona.'"Plaoues'"wffl be 'Adaided'to -
1 617 E. Bit wnke Phone-WO 9.1093Starkg4 9s: .. I
h -- ---- -- -t
J 1ms-court:'Larg'er claims and : -fhe :first and 'secondplace

r-"rt\*" T- I tulsd'on 1n Crcutt Court. (fistrfcts:1:: "j

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Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jackson- Mrs. M. D. Elder and family :Only Two Accidents Purchase any model of Sinter St- Starke.. FJa,, owner. rece1v ng an4aaaliaiag.sacb assessments.

., iJle' were Monday visitors of Mr rere in Andalusia, Alafrom Sewing Machine At ,Denmark Dated this Srd day of July. X. : The County Assessor! of

.h1... ancUAIrs. Inman Green., Sunday to Wednesday visiting her .I Occur During WeekCpl. Furniture Co. tf F Dun.-,rii.a. at Starke, Bradford C__ tyt. 'Commissioners Taxes and the may Board continue of ia-eess County

Heciy Stefanelli of Starke and jarents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. 72J4tll! Ion from day to day for one weekcr
L Mr..'_'an Mrs. .Ro6 $ StefaaelL troud. i Carlos ,MuSgrove of the :x OTK'E -'ra- CONTRACTORS AS _long,as necessary.
Sealed bids will be receded at NOTICE' All persons,owning property subject
of Oainesviite,! are QIJ'two week Mrs. Robert Tanner of Bald !Florida Highway Patrol reported the Florida Highway Patrol Station. entice -is hereby given: that the to1'.aaseaKment: in Bradford

visit; with ,relatives to Pennsyl win and C. J. Powell and Mrs.J only two accidents oh state roads Halatka Florida Jbjr the State Department County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford ('ounty/Florrda are notified to appear -
IN THE .. the -f Public Safety until County Florida will meet with tit acfc: meeting meetings,
' vania. .the county during past
H. Fields of'Starke returnedlast 19.00 A. M,. ES.T. August H, 1959, the Board of County Commissionersof to make such complaints or givetl''thn.ny
w. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and Friday from a week'sisit week. No injuries resulted. for the construction of a Highway paid County. In the office of the as to the value of any

'!"('. IOV' ....._.4 _...... .1_'. .1_ _I -- -f family spent the weekend at Day- with theirsister.. Mrs. W. H. Musgrove said David Carson 'acvordance Patrol Station with, Starke.plans and Florida specifications in- Clerk of. at Circuit 10:00 o'clock Court A.at M.Starke.Klvrida. Aug-,I property DV the County real or Assessor personal! of as Taxes.fixed

,,**, tona Beach. Ford at Merritt Island. .Berrier, 603 Washington St., prepared by Prentiss Hud- TM' 3. A. D. 1959. for the purposeof upon his Assessment rolls as they
Mrs, G. W.. Williams and| Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. dleston and Associates, Architects slre.
?? : Mrs. J. R. Chancey of W. Palm Starke. was charged with failure hearing complaints and receiving may *
Mrs. Eoline Smith and Mrs. and Kngineers. order of the Board t>f
given by
and family returned testlriony as t the value of
Wednesdayof any
,Daughters of Carry, N. Cwere I Beach. Mrs. F. H. Douglas of his vehicle under Each
" Alice Anderson visited Mr. and to have con- bidder will be held to have property real personal or Intangi- [County Commissioners of Bradford
Tuesday to Thursday guests last I last week from a ten day vaca- Alachua and Mrs. T. C. Chast&tn trol after he slid into the backof .exa-nuied the site,and satisfied himself bl tion in Gatlinburg, Tenn. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mr. and as to an conditions, dimensions r'oonty' Assessor' of Taxes on his ( COURT)
week. of Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. of of Hampton were Tuesday guestsof Mrs. Carl L. Johns and familiesat a car driven by Mrs. Virginia [facilities etc, and to have examined Assessment Kolls for the year 1959, A. Darby, Clerk
points interest in
Williams. the Smoky their sister, Mrs. Wesley An Hilton, Peterstown W. Va. on ,i. the plans and specifications of *nd for the purpose' of perfecting 1t
Elinor Village! Daytona Beach,
Mountains. the work to be done and satisfied!
.- Mrs. Charles Swartz of Alachua drews. on Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. July 17.Musgrove. hhneelf! as to conditions of the contract -
Extra Bobbins save time-Stock A3C Dillard W. Judd of Homestead i I
:jras of Mrs. F. B- said the tires on the
Wednesday guest Billy Clark and children Each bidder will submit his ,
proposal
up with Sinter Bobbin at Denmark
is home on ten days leave
1556 Pontiac station driven when needRELIABLE .
-.Beard- wagon -i on the Form of Proposal copied you
of Ocala were last Friday visitorsof '
Furniture Co. tf
with his mother Mrs. Freeman
by Berrier were dangerously i. on his letterhead duly signed.
Mrs. Riley Wasdin and daughter Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green and
Each bid shall be accompanied bya
Mrs. Johns and He
Mae'Jones and grandchildren family. was accom- slick and that Berner had noth-
certified caher'! check in the
- Linda,-are spending the weekend ,,Mike and Anita Jones, and panied by Miss Glenda Ethertonof MrsC.. D. Williams. ing to stop with when Mrs. Hilton amount of five per cent of the bid

,_ with_Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. and childrenof Clewiston. Dress Sale At Stamp's. stopped behind other traffic which will be returned when the GAS SERVICE s
contract executed the proposal
in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and or
. Jacksonville and Mrs. W. E. Misses Jackie Colle and Temple which had halted ahead of is rejected.

Middleton and Miss Madge Mid- Hess of FSU spent the weekend family of Decatur Ga. were her on U. S. 301. about two miles Plans and specifications may be
dleton of with Jackie's mother, Mrs. Del guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. examined at the Florida Highway THINK OF SLADE OAS
were Tuesday guests north of Starke. Patrol Office, Palatka Florida. ,
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and family Colley and with friends in Jack- Vernon Silcox. Copies of plans and specificationsmay
at Kingsley Lake sonville and St. Augustine.Mr. Mrs. C. D. Williams is in Ocala The state trooper estimated be obtained from the Department
a : and Tampa this week visiting minimum damages to Mrs. Hil of Public Safety, Neil Kirkman TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
and Mrs. Howe Moredockand
Florida Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor were ton's 1953 Pontiac at $350 and Colliding, Tallahassee, Florida, up-
friends and relatives. .
family of Coral Gables are on payment of $13.00.
visiting relatives- last
Georgia spending the summer at the Dell Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Schneiderand said Bel-Tier's car was damagedto The successful bidder will be required PHONE WO 4-3551
week. to furnish a performance
the tnue of $475.
cottage on Kingsley Lake. family of Houston, Texasare bond and payment bond satisfactoryto .

r Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyerof Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Inglerightwere visiting friends and relatives Both drivers were charged with the State of Florida in the a- 'q',- -' --- -"' ',

a Charlotte, N: C. and Tom and vacationing last week in the here this week. Mrs. Schneider traffic violations after an accident m.the.- nt contract.of one hundred per cent of .- -

Theatre Jack,Slade of Jacksonville Beachare Smoky Mountains. N. C. I will be remembered as the former July 22 on SR 100 seven The. Owner reserves the right to
spending the, weekend with rej ( t any or all bids.
miles west of Starke.
Freddie Wimberly.
: Mrs.'Pleze Goolsby has been added DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
. Mr. and Mrs. T H. Slade, Sr. to the Colonial Florist staff;I Frank Mitchell has been addedto Musgrove said Jessie Lloyd Lis- SAFETY BEFORE BUYING ANY HOMES

Harry Hatcher m, and J. Roy the Doctor's Hospital staff'as State of FloridaH.
r Susan Easter of Gainesville is ton Lake'City, had: stopped to let N. KIItKMAX, Director
. Chasteen are attending the Youth visitirUT Barbara Blankenship this [laboratory and x-ray technician.Mrs. arother car turn off the highwayin 13t.113tOTI"R : !

c.. SAT., JULY 25 Conservation camp on Lake Eaton week. CD.. Williams will attend front of him but Liston did
OF rTFTTIOVTO
in the Ocala National Forest this Big reduction on Ladies Dresses .the Methodist School of Missions not give a hand signal and the REGISTER FICTITIOfS SAME

week. at Stump's.Mr. in Lakeland next week. I brake lights on his G M truck: Notice is hereby given that the L Check With

Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and, um'erslgm'd, under the provisions
and Mrs. H. A- Bishop, Jr. were not workingListon's truck of Chapter 20.95S;; LAWS of Florida
family/of Decatur Ga. were over- ;and son. Bish have returned from Mrs. L. J. Richardson and children -j. was struck from behind by a 1959 Arts of 1941 will register with the

night guests Sunday of Mr. and two weeks trip to California where 'spent1 SUTKJar with' Mivaisl Pontiac driven by Miss Miriam J.' Clerk for Bradford of the Circuit County Court Florida in upon and All Companies!

Mrs Bob Taylor. they visited Disneyland and other :Mrs. W. H. Burbank; !.. irr Fef- Bayert, Forest Park; HI. receipt of proof of publication of

Mrs. John Caruso and daughter points of interest enroute. nandina fleath. Mrs: lance* remained Miss Bayert was charged with' this notice Printing; the fictitious Co. under name which of
Off!!" ;
of Jacksonville were last i Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, there'for the weefcMr. failure to have her vehicle under: 1 am engaged in business at 864

ELVIS PRESLEY Thursday visitors of Mrs. Henry |Mjr. andMrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. : and Mrs. Woo :lc1W wereSunday' Dees control; and posted a' $35 bond. Temple Maryon Ave.B.. Arnold Starke,, 70 Florida.$ E. South WE WILL FINANCE FOR ,
StefanellL of Live"Oak
II and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand aixl'daughters Liston was given a summons to
. 4 Miss Sylvia Paulk was the featured guests of: Mr.: and MrsIi ..
families, and Mrs. H. HOMES
s L.I answer a charge of failing to 12 YEARS ON BLOCK
. r, singer.on the Florida Lore .Brownlee and Miss Sandra D. Green signal.! Facts On Facial

.. program at' the U. of F. Wednesday spent Sunday afternoon at Jung> i Mr and-Mrs. Gilbert' Goldwirt, RemovalBy 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES
Damage to thecar was eStimated Hair
.
evening for the Florida Home Mrs. Charles Wade"and- Miry
a :uer Springs. '
. \ at $175 and the truck sustained MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW!
. Demonstration Agents party, who Mrs. Gladys Weldon and daughter Katherille'Walnvrtlght were*visiting only'about $50 in damages. EDMUND DWYER

were closing their 35th short Martha, left Tuesday for two : relatives irr Jackaontife" 31mday ElectrologistFor
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HAt WAWS TEcHrnCOiOR'I .' course. weeks vacation in North Florida : the women who suffer from We will finish your home, or we Rill put In your Electric Bath
nssw sewassaartga Real Bargains in Ladies Dressesat Mfc anti ts. H.-RV;:Layfieltf'and Mr. And Mrs. Barnes .
. Georgia and Alabama. excess hair on their face the St't. Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink, and Overhead (Cabinets, all
I
. Stump's. Mr. and MrsRobert Barksdaleand {ami3y>ofLak'r'Harbor'werecweelkendigaests Buy'Roberts FarmMr. best way to eliminate this hair Plumbing and put up your Sheet Rock, leaving very little for
. Sue Ann Barnes: of Kingsland, I children returned last Friday 'of'Mf.! arllt.W? F. completely is by electrolysis. -
to do.
.. GEORGE GoBEL Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I from a ten day vacation in High- and Mrs. H: D. Barnes of Skin care you

. Vickers and family this week. land, N. C.Attending. rm Newcastle Pa: bought'toe C. B. ,
. and :hair removal \V> don't for traveL No down payment.. Two months
Mr. and Mrs.' B. A. Green the District meetingof aIF) H nn ti t Roberts farm at Graham for consideration charge ,
'the first
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.e children of Tavares are visiting the Wesleyan Service Guild in $6,200. ,,' before first payment. No red tape DO high pressure sales.

.. DAVID MVENi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gainesville Sunday afternoon were Ir dbW11, Mr. Barnes has been engaged tion of the COrrec of .<'c 1 men. We will call and explain everything to you (no charge).

Hutchins this week. Mrs. J. R. Hixon. Mrs. Henry in farmng in Pennsylvania and 2 No obligation. You owe It yourself; to investigate before
: Bob Smith returned Saturday Charges h fi1e 7 n'3'County!c tiit1ant flitted area will
Godwin, Mrs. W. L. Blair, MrsNelson
is also a retired construction from We have out of to help
;.helaircls leave the skin buying anyone. gone oar way
after attending the FSU music Green and Mrs. Rebecca week ranged.from: fishing. #
worker. He to do little
plans a tone smooth and others and we can help you.
camp for six weeks. Simpson. without a license to assault and ::;; : ,,
; Mr. and Mrs. C. R.Jones of battery; farming Graham.: flawless. Eve nl"a; : '. '.'
Singer Sewing'Machine Needlesat $:!,
i: thebeeSCtxartw : Scottsboro, Ala. were Sunday .Denmark Furniture Co. tf Teen-ager J. C. Warren and Mrs. Etruffla*Roberts-; widow'' of with the aid of
J. paratrooper Van' Pr'ecott C B."Roberts, has purchased the a magnifying WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. were
: Mrs. Alice Anderson visited her
U Ctxartw Ira P.: Shepard"residence the glass! it is not possible to detect -
< iSIOIr TECHNICOLORPlus Thomas, Jr. uncles I. B. Burton and C. C. Burton charged with assault and batteryon on .
: : the skin
corner of 'Wat rand WashingtonSts. area where excess TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES, Inc.
.-.................... I' George Walker of New Orleans and. families at Orlando from the person Walden-B. Wads- 'w1A hair has been removed.
is the guest this week of Mr. and Friday to.M< ,day. worth in the early morning Hours in Starke for $7,80
"Casper Takes Bow Mrs. B. T. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs: Proctor Snow of of July 18.: Warren was arrested make her home there located Dwyer's office is Bowling Green Keystone Heights
at 107
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Mc- Dublin, Ga were Sunday to and later freed under $500 bond, West University

Wow" Cartoon. Quaig of Waycross spent theweekend Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. but Prescott a paratrooper stationed Marriage LicensesMarriage 2.8039 Ave. Gainesville.for an appointment.Adv. Telepnone. FK. Florida Phone 4123CLEARANCE

with Mr., and Mrs. MackL. I:> D. Vining. Kentucky, left'town to I _
(- .) I wr --. _. ..__ __ _'_
Sun., & n.!- July,26,27 Williams. Richard Williams returned M1;. and. Mrs. _George. Hoggins return to duty before the affi licenses issued by
'WIth them'for" weeks davit' f County T.' Yawn ..... '
and family have -returnedrom against him'was put into Judge A. during -

visit.Mrs. two weeks vacation at"Bedford the hands of police officers. His July were:' JROBBINS'

? t. COLUMBIA: PICTURES; prwMt i .I' L M. DeSha of Wildwood bond was also set at $500- Lacy James Norman 54, and. I '
Lake.Miss
DORIS :* JACK' !pent from Saturday to Thursdaywith Lillian Stumpis visiting Warren has been arrested 'on Maggie Elvira Crews, 60, both of

&'DAY L.EMMON Miss Kate Struth_ Mrs.. Richard Fowler famlY previous occasions. A charge of Lawtey. SUMMER AND ;

Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, in.Eau Gallie this week. malicious injury which was filed Kenneth ''Lee Bagwell. 40. of 1 .

t ERNIE KOVACS Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmiat of against him on'Feb. 7, 1959,-was S+arke, and'LOvie Estell Ralston, I iG

& :Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the week- Wauchula were visiting Mrs Ef- .later dropped but he still faces of Bell Fla.
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r:1: ''m er-d.in. the Scrub fie, Johns on Sunday.. Mrs..Johns I trial on an assault and battery ; '

Susan Wiggins is visiting her also" had as. weekend,,guest .Mrs. charge. growing out of the same Clara Thomas Louise Roy Beckman Woods, 30 32,,' both and. REMOVAL SALE IS STILL GOING ,ON!

\ cousin,, Jane Moyer- in Jacksonville Henry Carter of Mazville. incident.: of'Starke; i

,this week. Tommy, Huggins is home after Simon Trison was arrested by: .

I Mr. and Mrs. Foster Smith of spending month with his grand- I Deputy Charles Cox and charged I Ii Wilton Ozell Hart 19, of''Rai- i J'j

\ I Blodenboro. NC, were guests mother, Mrs. Louise Jeffords in i with driving while intoxicated.I II ford, and Iris Virginia McCuI- J i ,
KASTMAN
COLOR I several days last week of Mr. and High >Springs: I Trison, posted $200 bond on July lough, 18,'of Starke. : Ladies' .! )
{
Ladies' t
t ,AN ARWIN PRODUCTION: | Mrs. One Wiggins.Mr. Mr and Mrs. V. R. Fergusonand .20. James Marklee"Parristi;' 20, of '

and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of J.G. Davidson have returned Three men posted bonds of $25 Lake* Butter1, and"'Delores* Opal

Plus "Ghost, of the Town"Cartoon. Atlantic Beach and- Mr-and; :Mis. from' a- five weeks vacation in each after being charged by Game Starling.. 17: of Starke. :.

Lowell Mathews of Neptune Beach Oregon Yellowstone National Warden W. C, Jackman with fish- SummerDRESSES :0r Sandals' id'1

SU1dayisit.ors of Mr. and ing without a license but fourth For :
were. Park, Virginia, and North Carolina a Funeral Services (
t
Mrs. Oarl Mathews.Mr. visiting friends and relatives man Chris Harper pleaded guiltyto
Tues., Wed. July 28, 29 .'and Mrt?Bruce Cox of Jacksonville enroute. the same charge and was sentenced Groover H. ThomaS : : 4 -- I

were weekend guests of Mrs. Blanche Englander and to pay a, fine of $25or Held At l New Hope ) \ Ladies. Summer

f Ftaweu, Mr. and ,:r.1rOuY, Sale. daughter of Fort Lauderdale and serve five days in jail. Those- t. ," I
!!';O-S:: 11I Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter posting bond were 'W.1 ..\
George
I -"& Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa spent Groover' H. Thomas; 71, of DressShoese
Sally,_ visited Mr. and Mrs. Hawfcsley Ray Burnham and H.! f
l r s y1 Saturday to Tuesday with -Mr. Brooker; died Wednesday"", July xE
I g sd Guy Dyal in Green Cove Springson ,. Ronald Weatherington.An .. J -I ,
and Mrs. L. D. Green-and Mrs. 15, after-a brief illnesS. He" as'a ... I '
Tuesday. Henrietta ,Hunt. affidavit signed by G. J. Mc native '> v..
of Alachua County.
Replace your old ,sewing ma- Mrs. Robert. Powell and sons, Griff charged-Francis'MTlSheartn; 'r Funeral' services were held I

;d fief t chine belt with a new Singer Belt Robbie and Bill, of Newton,'N.- C. with passingworthless 'checkin .:Thursday;; July '16, :in'''the.*New Up lJ GirIs'Sandals 1.00
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf spent last Saturday with their} !the amount of"$295.
t :Hope B ptist-Church, with burial :::1. j
tr l 1, f Mrs. Mattie Gahagan has been aunt. Mrs. J. H. Fields. I tn.'the"ehureh''eet' eterT. jf

I visiting. relatives in Savannah.Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulknerand Lkke\Biitler j Resi den lt Surviving are "hiS'orife:' four r f
and Bhlffton S. C. She and 's
'
family of Lakeland and Mr. 11
daughterS; Miss'Mi1dred''Thatnas; BERMUDA Men'sSport
Dies At. Fort M }
t sen and daughter-in-law Mr and and Mrs. Robert Faulkner, of : qcra Mrs. Irene'Stdrting, Mrs; LiHIatfj.Wilson .
i
,- Mrs. R.. E. Gahagan. Jr. are now Jacksonville .were Sunday visitors 1
; and'MrS.Lee"
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ORan.'extended tour of the New of Mrs.,Ben Faulkner and Mr. Benjamin! Franklin Renfroe; L ,I.
;varj fO 1"'SOl1f.' James; WobdrpwlRJV. ;
S Butler
fof..ta.k OIed 'w dnes" Shorts 97cj
Plus, "Mice Capedes" Cartoon England states and Canada, and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. ; and! Wifcurr thre 'brothers; I : Shirts '
day at Mr. and Mrs. John _Kunig.of '
R.T3B
Mr.andt Mrs. Herbert Green 'b Tial' 'Brbofc-
and
,, II'
been ; .
visting his 'daughter Mrs .
Jacksonville the former ; _
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Thur., Fri. July 30 ,31 Dolly and-family'and) : Mrs..J.-H. Fields A va Pace. er" th! e"81sters. Mri 'Ada-Towrf-: ;' .1.t3
Sullivan leave Friday for three were in,Jacksonville- Sunday visiting *and-Mfs. I
Mfrinte'
;
send; 'Townsend1 !
Mr::Renfroe'-was-born in Her t .149
weeks vacation in .
Baltimore
Md. Mn and .Mrs.-R.'E.-Tanner, Fait Lauderdale'anQ'MRhocMJacksonvlfe. '
nando County on'March 11 1873;
visiting his mother and visiting Jr. f '* } '
; 1Iries. '
Blouses
97c
the son of the late Solomon : /
relatives in Canada. Mf. and Mrs.Al Harley of,King- : .. And UpCHILDREN'S i
and Emaline
Linda Patty 'and.?,Bill Rosierspent. wood, W. Va. -spending this- Sapp Renfroe. He
dam
was a retired farmer and a member Conservation Officers 1
the.weekend with their untie week with,their parents, .Mr. and ,' -

J and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Mrs A. H...Harley, Sr. and-Mr. of the Christian Church. Vie For Free 'Vacation
Besides Mrs.. he is
Pace
Dittmar in Jacksonville sur-
while and .-Mrs. Barney ,McRae. They
their parents, Mr. and vived by two other daughters, 1
Mrs. N.-B. brought back their-niece and ne Five members Men's Dress Pants
of the Bradford 4.99
Rosier Mrs. Phyla Turner of Lake Butler .. ,
were
vacationing at Day phew.} Beverly and Mark Crawford son Conservation District
v and Mrs. Mildred Wilkes of Ft. govern- : J
t"TANK tora and '
Neptune Beaches. vho had month with : Dresses)
spent a '
in body have' entered the Naurinal
Myers E. ? (WASH W WEAR
Mrs." Peggy Shaller suffered' a them. ; one son, Joseph Ren- )
Soft
black eye Tuesday when she got Mr.-- and Mrs. 'J hn Phiffips1 of .froe. and one sister Mrs. Mary Conservation Awards= ; .
orcwami; sponsored bTtbe'Oood
OMMANpSdstdUWafl In Thomas, 'both'of Lake Butler. ..
the way o a pitched baseball > Boys' Western
Iwnme RalaBrn.sAN Tampa were last Tuesday to year 'company.Those' 1.99 I ',
Campo Maims Funeral services will be held
at the home-of her daughter at Thursdav 5 m
AMA guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. comnetin are J. B. 1 Double Knee / t
1 : the State Farm.-- G. Holton. in the Long Bridge Christian '
Church! near Lake Butler. at 2 White. Zedra Hamilton, S. J- Me- And UpSHOP t
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p.- >m.' Sunday. with Rev. M. 'M. Garvey. L. U- Morgan Jr., andPester
tf? CITY' Thomas Sill Smith district chaIr- : :
FISH & MEAT MARKET officiating. Burial win : "N- Dungarees"
+ follow-in the family plot in Sapp man. SAVE + -r

rT I Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jonesin i .Judsmsr rommiftecs: :: composedof :FOR SACK TO

Operated by Ernest Allen, Former Manager ofSetzer's charge of arrangements. outstanding' Florida 'conservationists t

t ,-win dpfTmine the state' raOOL1 4tf 1.49 I ,

Meat Market o tsta dinl'dtrntct'foithe ceriodW __ #
I
SmallClaims Court
J ..
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v I. 195$ throa2h> AorfT> 30. ,_
Scheduled! .28 tgg -m'the'basis points "::1 A Back-To School Item! 1
,+ a"OPRATIONDAMES"shrrindEVS Fresh Fish Twke Weekly From Cedar Key' July of to f-31 z. ". Boys' Short
rored m performances 'of'regular Sleeve ''l

f ,ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY :AND... *,Twenty-one, cases- Involving duties. .
Claims.totaling; $2,243.54. 'arebeduled' One member of the winning district SPort'

4 a PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIES to be heard in County prm nrn 'lxxly'and the top --T.J sT ts. ,
M j-r-Chuck Htnd soii.0A,1uCiwbfIMW'AfOM.PIOI-0 farmer ROBBINS'
: Small Claims Court next Tuesday. cooo raMng or .ranchernamed'
>f ft ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES 1.00A
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J' Three other r small e1aJms') will by that "district will re- .

Plllst>rrt TotSrrow"err be heard on..Ju1y. rpfre an 'ex e'nSe-free nation, 1 )
Open ALL DAY Sunday ,
t.ooR. All'claim: cases involving less trip 'to -Goodreart winter resort j Back'To.5cbooI Item!VALUES'

A. &an14CO,ate, Beard in,the, Small in; Arizona.'-Plaoues"win 'be 'a-
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s617'E. Brownke St. .PhoneW'01-1093.=StarkeFla. .... I
nM. -Court.'Larger"claims; tare warded-' to 'the. first and 'tsecohd <-- -& -- '- -

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.PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STARKE, FLORIDA i
e. THURSDAY JULY -
_. ._ 23. 1959
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Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jackson- Mrs. M. D. Elder and familyvere II Only Two Accidents Purchase any model of Singer I SL Starke., FJa.., owner. receiving,atnd.s.esaliaiss,;:avcb assessments.
w ille were Monday visitors of Mr in Andalusia, Ala. from I Sewing Machine at .Denmark Dated this IJrd day of July, X. The County Assessor of

-ia.... ancUilrs. Inman Green.. 3tndayV tsdaY visiting her I Occur During Week., Furniture Co. ,F1 n,,rida.1959 at Starke Bradford Coitaty, (Taxes ommisjon and rs the may Board continue qf .in County-.es!'-

Henry Stefanelli of Starke and jarents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.Jrroud itl 7i3.4t1113I ; ion from day to day for one week
:I". Mr..1;an : 'Mrs. 'Rep SteramelL .Cpl. Carlos ,M&dgrove of the AOTICETOCONTRACTORS- cr AS long as .necessary.AH .
Sealed bids trill be received at iOTICEOotj pwa ls, WnWg ,property subject
of Gainesville!! are Qrt-two week: Mrs. Robert E. Tanner of Bald- Florida Highway Patrol reported the Florida Highway Patrol Station :- <-e Is hereby given that the assessment' In Bradford
2 visit with relatives s I la Pennsyl- win, and C. J. Powell and Mrs.J only two accidents oh state roads Falatka. Florida .by the State De- County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford County;-Florlda. .are 'notified to'appear
' : IN THC NRRC partment of Public Safety until County. Florida will meet with lit such meeting or meetings,
vania. w wit bin.the county during the past .
i H. Fields of''Starke returnedlast 10:00 A. M, EST, august 11, 195S, the Board of County Commissionersof to make such complaints or give
1.,. Mr. and Mrs James Lewis and Friday from a week's visit week. No injuries resulted. for the construction of a Highway said: County in the office of the testimony as to the value of any

,:.,..6_._. Y'L .._... ... __._ "II ___________ __ ... .,.. *- family.spent the weekend at Day- wrth 'their -sister, Mrs. W. H. Musgrove said David Carson accordance Patrol{ Station.with Starke plan, and Florida specifications in- Clerk Kturida.of at Circuit 10:00: o'clock Court A.at M.Starke Aug- I property l>v the ,County real or Assessor personal of as Taxes fixed,

tona Beach. Island. Berrier, 603 Washington St., prepared by Prentiss Hud- Assessment!! rolls as they
Ford at Memlt Uq 3 A. D. 1S5J.! for the purposeof aponhis
.gip
. Mrs G- W. Williams and| Judge and Mrs. T.
A. Yawn Jr. Mrs. dlpston and Associates, Architectsand desire
J. R.
Chancey of W. Palm Starke, was charged with failureto I hearing complaints and receiving may
i and family returned Wednesdayof Mrs. Eoline Smith and Mrs. I .Engineers. tertfiiony as t. the value of Ofven by order of the Board of
,,Daughters N. C. were any
curry Beach !
Mrs. F. H. Douglas of ,
have his vehicle under Each
Alice Anderson visited Mr and con- i bidder will be held to have orofwrtjreal, personal or intangible County Commissioners of Bradford
Tuesday to Thursday guests last I last week from a ten day vaca- Alachua and Mrs. T. C. Chastain trol after he slid into the backof eia-nuied the site and satisfied' himself personal as fixed by the saidBounty County, Florida.JCO IX X D. 19<9.SRAi .
tion in Gatlinburg, Tenn. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mr. and as to an conditions, dimensions, ( )
Assessor of Taxes his
week. of Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. of Hampton were Tuesday guestsof a car driven by Mrs. Virginia I facilities, on
points of interest in the Smoky Mrs. Carl L. Johns and familiesat [ etc., and to have examined Assessment Rolls for the year 1959, Charles A. Darby Clerk
Wiffiams. their sister, Mrs. Wesley An- Peterstown the plans and specifications of Itwhen
Hilton W. Va. on and for the purpose of perfecting
Elinor I
Village, Daytona Beach.
Mountains. the work to be done and satisfied
;;"Mrs. Charles Swartz of Alachua drews. en Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. July 17.Musgrove. hhnelf as to conditions of the con
;:Was Wednesday guest of Mrs. F. BBeard. Extra Bobbins save time-Stock A3C Dillard W. Judd of Home said the tires on the I tract. -
with Billy Clark and children Each bidder will submit his
,
up Sinjer Bobbin at Den stead is home on ten days leave proposal
1556 Pontiac station needRELIABLE
- wagon driven on the Form of Proposal copied .
mark Furniture Co. tf with his mother, Mrs. Freeman of Ocala were last Friday visitorsof Berrier were on his letterhead duly signed.IF.at'h you
Mrs. Riley Wasdin and daughter Mr and Mrs- L. D. Green and by dangerouslyslick bid shall be accompanied bya
Mrs. Mae Jones and grandchildren Johns and family. He was accompanied and that Beirier had
noth-
-- Linda,' spending the week- Mrs. C. Williams. certified cashier's check in the
are
,.Mike and Anita Jones and by Miss Glenda Ethertonof ing to stop with when Mrs. Hil- amount of five per cent of the bid
.end with-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards Mrs. J. A Budd Jn and childrenof Clewiston. Dress Sale At Stump's. ton stopped behind other traf- which will be returned when the GAS SERVICE
a in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and contract is executed or the proposalis
Misses Jackie
f Jacksonville and Mrs. W. E. Colle and Temple fic which had halted ahead of rejected.

I- Middleton and Miss Madge' Mid- Hess of FSU spent the weekend family of Decatur. Ga. were her U. S. 301, about two miles Plans and specifications may .be
.. dleton were Tuesday guests of with Jackie's mother, Mrs. Del guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. north on of Starke. examined Office at the Florida Palatka High..ayPatrol Florida. THINK OF SLADE OAS ,

Mrs. E. L, Matthews and familyat Colley, and with friends in Jack- Vernon Silcox. Copies of plans and specifications'
Kingsley Lake: sonville and St. Augustine.Mr. Mrs. C. D. Williams is in Ocala Thestate trooper estimated may be obtained from the Depart-
minimum damages to Mrs. Hil ment of Public Safety, Xeil Kirkman OR UP
: and Tampa this week visiting TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 -
and Mrs. Howe Moredock
Florida Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor were ,. ton's 1953 Pontiac at $350 and Euilding, Tallahassee Florida up-
friends and relatives .
and family of Coral Gables are on payment of $13.00.
visiting relatives in last
Georgia spending the summer at the Dell Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Schneiderand said Berrier car was damagedto The successful bidder will be required PHONE WO 4-3351
week. to furnish a performance
the tnue of $475- ;
of Houston Texas
cottage on Kingsley Lake. family bond and payment bond satisfactoryto -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyerof Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ingleright arp visiting friends and relatives Both drivers were charged with the State of Florida In the amount ''II.-.-. a -.
f Charlotte, N C. and Tom and of one hundred per cent of .
a : were vacationing last week in the here this week. Mrs. Schneiderwill traffic violations after an acci- the contract. --- -
Theatre Jack Slade of Jacksonville Beachare Smoky.Mountains, N. C. be remembered as the former i dent July 22 on SR 100 seven The. Owner reserves the right tore
spending the. weekend with n t any or all bids.
Freddie Wimberly. I II miles west of Starke.
Mrs. Pleze Goolsby has been ad PUBLIC
Mr. and Mrsl T H. Slade, Sr. Frank Mitchell has been addedto DEPARTMENT OF BEFORE NGHOMCheck
ded to the Colonial Florist stafr.Susan ;I Musgrove said Jessie Lloyd Lis- SAFETY

Harry Hatcher, m, and J. Roy Easter of Gainesville is the Doctor's Hospital staff as ton. Lake City; had stopped to let N.State KIRKMAN of FloridaH. Director

. 1 Chasteen are attending the Youth visiting Barbara Blankenship this laboratory and x-ray technician.Mrs. another car turn off the highway. 723-2t-73: .
SAT. JULY 25
I Conservation camp on Lake Eatonin week. C. Williams will attend in front of him but Liston did

a + the Ocala National Forest this Big reduction on Ladies Dresses the Methodist School of Missions not give a hand signal and the TO REGISTER>-OTICR OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION!CAME

.a week. Stump's.. in Lakeland next week. brake lights on his G M truck Notice is hereby given that the With
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and undersigned under the provisionsof I,
f ta Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. were not working. Liston's truck Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida
.. family/of: Decatur, Ga. were overnight and son. Bish, have returned from Mrs. L. J. Richardson and children was struck from behind by a 1959 Arts of 1911. will register with the

. guests Sunday of Mr. and two weeks trip to California where 'spent' StnKJay with' Mr.and Pontiac driven by Miss Miriam J.' Clerk for Bradford of the Circuit County,Court Florida In upon and All Companies!

.. Mrs Bob Taylor. they visited Disneyland and other Mrs. W. H. Burban, !. In' Fefnandina Bayert, Forest Park; Ill. receipt of proof of publication of
. Mrs. John Caruso and daughter points of interest enroute.Mr. Heath. Mrs.: lance? remained this notice: the fictitious name of
Miss Bayert was charged with Co. under whichI
Offset Printing
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.a of Jacksonville were last and Mrs. Lavern outlaw there'for' the weeP failure to have her vehicle under am engaged in business at 861
PRESLEY I Thursday visitors of Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dees Starke, Florida. WE WILL FINANCE FOR
. ELVIS Mjr. andMrs., H. M. Hatcher Jr. control and posted a' $35 bond Temple Ave B. Arnold. 70S E. South _
II. Stefanelli. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand j and daughters oflave'Oat-were Liston was given a summons to Maryon
. i Miss Sylvia Paulk was.the fea- families and Mrs. H. L. Sunday: guests of'( Mr. and' MrsL. *
I answer a charge of falling to 12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES
.. tured'singer-on the Florida Lore Brownlee and Miss Sandra Stith ;. IX: Green;: signal. Facts On Facial

. program; at the U. of F. Wednes- spent Sunday afternoon at Juniper Mr: and'Mrs.\ Gflbert' Goldwlre.Mrs Damage to the esti- Hair RemovalBy 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES:
.tay-evening for the Florida Home Springs. CharleS' Wade and; Mity car was
'
.. Demonstration Agents party, who Mrs. Gladys Weldon and daugh- Katherine'WamwHght werr visiting nmted at $175 and the truck sus- EDMUND DWYER MAKING\ MONTHLY\ PAYMENTS LOW!
tained only'about
$50 in
. were, closing their 35th short ter. Martha left Tuesday for two relatives irt.JacksontUe"' iui- damages. Electrologist

a S HAIWAILIS/dlCnl TECHNICOLOR/MUMTUff V tftSGEOROE course. weeks vacation in North Florida; Jay; For the women who suffer from We will finish your home, or we wffl. put in your Electric, Bath

. Real Bargains in Ladies Dressesat Georgia and Alabama.Mr. Mt;: and Mrs.. B-'Rv! :LayfidcT'and Mr. And Mrs.. BarnesBuY'Roberts excess hair on their face the Set, Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink, and Overhead jCabioeto, an

S Stamp's. and Mrs Robert Barksdaleand {awflyof:like'Hartxntferef'weeentfgtxests *- best to eliminate this hair
. Farm way Plumbing and Sheet Rock little for
put leaving
: very
up your ,
. I, Sue Ann Barnes of Kingsland children returned last Friday .otfMi: and'M>ts'Vi; P. completely is by electrolysis. -

.. GQBEl Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. from a ten day vacation in High- Mr. and Mrs. H D. Barnes of yon to do.

. Vickers and family this week. land, N. C.Attending. HirmtpltFi Newcastle Pa: bought the' C. B: Skin care

.. Mr. and Mrs R A.- Green and the District meetingof 6 'm t1Ir \ Roberts farm at Graham for Ihair first removalthe consi y; We don't charge for travel. No. down payment. Two months

. DAVID MVEN children of Tavares are visitingher the Wesleyan Service Guild 'to $6,200. before first payment. No red tape no high pressure" sales

. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gainesville Sunday afternoon were 1 deration. Correc .' We will call and to .
. Mr Barnes has been engagedit tion of the afflicted : men. explain everything you (no charge)
Hutchins this week. .
V Mrs. J. R. Hilton Mrs. Henry farmng in Pennsylvania and I No obligation. You owe it to yourself to investigate before
: = ; Bob Smith returned Saturdayafter Godwin. Mrs. W., L. Blair, Mrs. Charges ed" to"'County'C u.rt1a.n area will I .
.,j.L.laand! attending the FSU music Nelson Green and Mrs. Rebecca ? week' ranged.fiom fishlrig! .is also a retired construction leave the i skin. .. buying from anyone. We have gone out of our way to help
III."' worker. He plans to do little
ramp for six weeks. Simpson. without a license to assault 'and a tone smooth and;;; ...t- ,others, and we can help you _
r..: : : fanningat Graham. flawless Eve nf >l,' :'i'x -.
LA Mr. and Mrs. C. R.-Jones of Singer Sewing::Machine Needlesat battery; J ;
: thell'i i Scot boro. Ala. were Sunday .Denmark Furniture Co. tf Teen-ager J. C. Warren and Mrs. EquUJa.Roberts', widow"of
with the aid of
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Alice Anderson visited her paratrooper Van' Precott were C. Roberts, has purchased'the a magnirymgglas4 WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER
;' it is not possible to detect -
Irt P. Shepard'Tesidence'on the
: TKUBIO TECH COLOR : Thomas Jr. charged with assault and batteryon
uncles I- B. Burton and C- C. Bur-
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"- 1 corner of'Water and Washington the skin area where excess TONEY HOMES Inc. TONEY HOMES Inc.
......................* George Walker of New Orleansis toiv and families at Orlando from the person of Walden Wads- hair has been removed. ,
the guest this week of Mr. and Friday to Monday.Mr. worth in the early morning pours Sts. in Starke for $7,800 and'wfflmake Mr. Edmund P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth

Plus "Casper Takes Bow Mrs. B. T. Thomas.Mr. and Mrs.: Proctor Snowof of July. 18. Warren was arrested her home there. Dwyer's office is Bowling Green Keystone Heights
located
and Mrs. Charles W. Mc- Dublin, Ga were Sunday. to and later freed under $500 bond at 107 West University

Wow" Cartoon. Quaig of Waycross spent the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. but Prescott, a paratrooper sta- Marriage Ci enSes' 2.8039 Ave, Gainesville..for Telepnone FK, Florida Phone 4123CLEARANCE .

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mack I> D. Vining. [tioned Kentucky, left'town to an appointment.Adv. __ .

Sun. M n.r July-26) ,-. 7 L. Williams.' Richard Williams returned Mr and, Mrs. George. ..Hugginsand return to duty before the affi- Marriage licenses issued by (' .) I RP. .'-,-rROBBING' _.. ...
'- "with. tbenl for'a weeks ',family- havereturned' ", from davit against 'him"was put into County Judge T;A. Yawn during .. -. -

s.a, Ilaaaewae two weeks vacation at, Bedford the hands of police officers. His July were:' .
visit.Mrs.
? rv COLUMBIA PICTURES Dn aiM' .i'j L. M. DeSha of Wildwood bond was also set -at $500- Lacy James Norman, 54, and '

DORISPAYLEMMON& .JACK' spent from Saturday to Thursday Lake.Miss Lillian Stump.is visiting Warren has been arrested'on I Maggie Elvira Crews, 60, both of

1 with Miss Kate Struth. IfoxRichard Fowler and,faml1 previous occasions. A charge of Lawtey. SUMMER AND'i'i'

t Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas in.Eau Gallic this week. malicious injury which was filed I Kenneth 'Lee Bagwell, 40, of

ERNIE KOVACS"r Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmiat of against him on Feb. 7, 1959was! Starke, and 'Lovie Estell Haisten.

Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the weekend Wauchula were visiting Mrs. Ef- later dropped, but he still faces "
34, of BelL Fia.''
; | r4 III .in the Scrub. fie Johns on Sunday- Mrs.Johns trial on an assault and battery

Susan, Wiggins is visiting, her also had, as eekend,.guest -Mrs.i charge incident.growing out of the same Clara Thomas Louise Roy Beckman Woods,, 30 32;, both and REMOVAL $SALE !ISSTIlL S GOING: ,ON! '

I It cousin. Jane Moyer. in Jacksonville Henry Carter of .Maxville. of Starke. ;
t ,this week. Tommy Huggins is ,home after Simon Trison was arrested by l
R, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Smith of, spending month,with his grand Deputy Charles Cox and charged Wilton Ozell Hart, 19, of Rai- .

\ EASTMAN I Lladenboro, N. C. were guests, mother, Mrs.' Louise Jeffords, in: with driving while intoxicated. ford, and Iris Virginia McCul- ) t

COLOR 1AH several days last week of Mr. and I High ,Springs: Trison, posted $200 bond on July lough, 18,of Starke. : Ladies' / ) -
J t ARWW PRODUCTION| Mrs. Orte Wiggins. Mr and Mrs. V. R. Fergusonand I 20.Three JameS M 'rkIe '-PaiTish;''20, of f'l LadieSSmmner !
'
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of J.G. Davidson have returned men posted bonds of $25 Lake* Butler;; and""'Delores Opal

Plus "Ghost of the Town"Cartoon Atlantic Beach and- Mr.and bars from a- five weeks vacation ,In each after being charged by Game Starling, 17, of Starke. ; :

Lowell 'Mathews of Neptune Beach Oregon. Yellowstone National Warden W. Jackman with fish- c r Sandals 1.00. ;

were Sunday visitors of Mr. and P-uk, Virginia, and North Carolina tog.without a license, but a fourth Funeral Services For ) ( # ,
Mrs. Gar! Mathews. : visiting friends and relatives man Chris Harper pleaded guilty t
Tues., Wed. July) 28, 29 Mr.;and MrS?Bruce Cox of Jack- enroute. to the same charge and was sentenced Groover H. Thomas' : : --

sonville' werenveekend guests, of Mrs. Blanche Englander and to pay a fine of $25 or Held At New Hope DRESSES 1- Ladies' Summer .

COIIMM .. Mr. and 'Mrs..,Guy Sale. daughter of Fort Lauderdale and serve five days to jaiL'Th s '!
!.'t'1's.. ...: ; Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter posting bond were 'W. I j '
George
; 1'l Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa spent Groover' H.' Thomas, '71, of j'v' DressShoes 3.99
Sally visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday to Tuesday withMr.. Hawksley, Ray Burnham' and "H.: :Brooker; died 'Wednesday July 1 i
Guy Dyal in Green Cove Springson Ronald Weatherington.- '
4?r and Mrs. L D. Green.and..Mrs- :15, after'a brief illness. Hd rasa ;
Tuesday. HenriettaHunt.. An affidavit'signed by GJ J. Me- native of Alachua County. v
Replace your old sewing ma- Mrs. .Robert.Powell and sons, Griff::"charged'Francis MJ::Shearin ," F itheralservices' were held P3 \

i chine belt with a new Singer Belt Robbie and Bill, of Newton, N, C. with passing-'-worthless check 'Thursday; July '16'ln'theANewHope : And Up LGirIs'Sandals. 1.VoI
from Denmark Furmitnre Co. tf spent last Saturday with their in i the amount of'$295..
,4 t ;1 B ptist'Chure withl>urialto j
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan has been aunt Mrs. J. H. Fields. ILL the''church''cemetery.
visiting relatives in Savannah. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulknerand I lkefBitder.z;: Resident l- 1. !
1 Surviving are\ his wife}' four ,.
Ga. and Bhiffton, S. C. She and family of Lakeland and 'Mr. ; Miss"Midred''Thomats I BERMUDA t'
:Dies At Fort Wets daughters.1 ;; Men's +
4 son and daughter-in-law Mr: and and Mrs. Robert Faulkner of Mrs. Irene1 : LtHiaa1Wiison j
Starltog.'fMrs. '
Mrs. R. E. Gahagan. Jr. 1 '
are now Jacksonville were Sunday visitors
} ; and'Mrs.-Rosa Lee'Genoivart
en -extended tour of the- New Benjamin Franklin Renfroe.S6J' : Spot1II' I
of Mrs..Ben Faulkner and Mr. '
four-sore .' James WobdhnR.'V ;
of Lake Butler l
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Plus. "Mice Capedes" Cartoon England i states and Canada, and Mrs.: Paul Faulkner.Mr deed Wednesiday '
and Wflbnr three'brothers., $
; :
Mr. at Port Myers'where he'had : Shirts
and Mrs. John .Kunig of
,- and Mrs. Herbert Greenan&familyand Tim I
R.T.Bo& and :'aWtf Brdoeri "
Jacksonville, the former DollySullivan Fields been visttog 'his 'daughter McS:: : .
Mrs..J. H.
Thur., Fri. July 30 ,31 Mgt Pace. ;- -ee"8i.sters'M1i: Adolrrisend'ind'lirabdfriak. .
leave three '
Friday for were Jacksonville..Sunday visiting :
Mr. ,Renfroe'W3.'t'born in ''Her : TownstndV I J
ecks-vacation in Balthnore.Md.Visiting ; 1.49"And
Mr. and 'R.ETanner -
Mrs. ,
Fort-Lauderdale/and: "Rhbda*
nando County'on'Mai'ch 11 '1873 Mrt.
his mother' and visiting Jr.'M. the' son of the' late Solomon, *H., Hires; -Jacksonville. -' 1! $ 'Blouse:9' -

relatives in Canada. and Mrs.AI Harley of-Kingwood and Em,,line Sapp Renfroe. He : UpMenYDress j !
Linda :
Patty and Bill Rosier ,..W. Va. are -spending this 1
was a retired farmer and a Conservation Officers
spent weekend with.then- we k-.with.their parents, Mr. and mem- 1
tie and aunt-Mr. and Mrs. C.,H. Mrs- A. H. Harley Sr. and-Mr. ber of the Christian Church. Vie F Free Vacation .
Dittmar in Besides Mrs. Pace, he is survived
Jacksonville while and ,-Mrs. Barney ,McRae. The;
their parents. Mr. and Mrs.,N.'B. by two other daughters CHILDRENS \
brought back their niece and-nephew .
mctnors '
Five Pants
rs of the Bradford :
Mrs. Phyla Turner of Lake Butler 4,99
Rosier -
I
were vacationing at Day Beverly and Mark Crawford
Soil Conservation
and Mrs. Mildred Wilkes District govern-
of Ft.
toga and Neptune Beaches. vho had month with Dresses
spent a '
Mrs.. Peggy Shaller suffered a them. Myers; one son, Joseph E. Ren- irur body have entered the National ; (WASH TP WEAR) i
froe, and Soil'Conservation Awards
one sister
black eye Tuesday when she got Mr.' and Mrs. John Phillips' of Mrs. Mary .. .
"wtx IOMMAIIDOr stIrriII watt\ in Thomas, Ixrth' of Lake Butler. nrORram; spomored'brthe'tlaod,; ) .
the
way o a pitched baseballat Tampa were last Tuesday to 2 Boys' WesternDoable
Campo-Uigtf*tnnnet' RslS4Bans.MAMERiCFYWIITE Funeral services will be held year 'com'paDt. I 1.99And ,
the home-of her .
daughter at Thursdav guests of Mr.and'Mrs.J. '
RJIAlO> fICIUBi- Those
.' the State Farm G. Holton. in the Long Bridge ChristianChurch comnetin are J. B.' Knee / ,f I

near Lake Butler at 2 White. Z dra Hamilton. S. J. Mc- Up
P. -mSunday' with Rev. M. 'M. Garvey. L. U. Morgan Jr., andPwter

CITY FISHMEAT: MARKETOperated Thomas officiating. Burial win Shl 'Smith. district chairman 'SHOP Dungaree: ;

follow'to the family plot to Sapp 'N SAVE ,

A t Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Jutfein t committees. composed 7<>R '*ACK TO '

by Ernest Allen.Former Manager ofSetzer's to charge of arrangements tnitstandtop Florida conservationists SCHOOL! .1 .."

t : will determine the state's 1.49'

Meat Market Small 'Claims' Court outttandin -'1 fstrict'for the t>ertodMJTT I
f
1. -

,. :, Fresh'Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar:Key. Scheduled July'28 1966;'on'the'195thnraehAnfiT basis!; of tOtal' points 30. 1. .. I .I A Back-To School Item! {j

cored In performances of regular Boys' Short SleereSport'Shirts ';

ALL KINDS .OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY AND. .Twenty-one. cases/ involvingclaimstotaling ,duties. .

$2,243.5"'are One member of the winning district "

"OPRATIONOAMES"stInSI1Etal*' PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIES :gpbeduled' to be heard in County: pofprnfasj.tXxy"and'1he top ,1 1A
'i .
V ,.r.ctwck HemienoB*DOT o.IIr' Small Claims Court
next Tuesday. I eoooM-attng farmer or rancher 0BBINS'
Ai' t.II.M-I.Tu.MTIOIUL ttpur i ALL .
No AT REASONABLE PRICES ,
1.00
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Three other small claims will named by' that 'district will re-

Plu..I; n' Tomorrow CarT be heard on..luly 30. I rpfvc an"er ense-free vacation ,
Open ALL DAY Sunday' t
toon... .AH claim ,Cases involving less ,trip to Good7cars winter resort- J Back-To-School Kern! THE STORE OF VALUES tI
12n'$40()(J are Beard lathe "
Small"Court'targer"claims !in, Arizona. Plaoues'Vfri beTrazded' 'i-
:- ,,. ..617 E. Brownfee St...-.PhonWO 9.1093.--StarkeFlz. Claims' : '"aretul2donln to the first and '.secohcfp h_ __ ____..... _. ., _

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F)- Softball Playoffs Lady Driver Charged Rain Falls Every DayRain i Three SentencedIn 90 days in jail for assault and bat
iI
tery. Lyles was convicted on the

I Slated MondayPlayoffs After Having AccidentAn fell every day last week I.. County CourtThree charge May S, but was put on
probation. His sentencing came
i accident at the intersectionof except Friday according to the persons were sentenced in liter he violated the probation.
will begin in the Soft- South Water and East Madison report of the Forest Fire Control County Court this week by JudgeT.
ball League Monday, with the
streets Thursday afternoon. July Unit, with the heaviest rain ll-l A. Yawn. CARD OF THANKS
second half of the season being
0J cut short by rain. IE. did minor damage to a 1954 irchesl on Saturday. Beginning Ace lodge 17-year-old white Our heartfelt thanks to an who
Gladys Mooty ::43 Two games are scheduled for. Chevrolet two-door sedan and a I Tuesday the report lists .4 inches,,min. pleaded guilty to driving extended comforting sympathyand

s JT rr -.. -.-.- .. Monday night with the Garden I 158 Chevrolet truck. Wednesday .1. Thursday .15. without license and was sentencedto help in our recent sorrow
Restaurant playing Company C The car'driven by Mrs. Flo Lyons dav 0, Saturday 1.1. Sunday Fri-I I eight days in the county jail. Alto the beautiful service, flowers

Mrs. L. A. Canova Barbara BlankenshipAnd .ft at 7 o'clock and Keystone Heights in turning left from So. and Monday .4. Hodge was given credit for the. end other kindnesses. We are

Elected PresidentOf Carol Ward f Pr' taking on Development Commis- Water hit the truck owned and There were no woods fires dur- even days r3 had spent in jail deeply grateful.The .

sion at 9:00. Only one, game is operated by John David Diggs. ing the week and the number of since his arrest on July 13. Oliver Family.WANTED .
Alderman Clan To Attend WorkshopCarol scheduled for Tuesday night, as Negro farmer.The truck travelingwest fires reported since Jan. I, 1959 Negro Jessie Randolph Jr..

M Waldo meets State MainteananceShop on East Madison was dam- is 29. For the same period last pleaded guilty to voluntary intoxication !
Mrs. L. A. Canova of Starke was Ward and Barbara Blank- at 7:30. aged at the right rear fender with i year there were 93. There have and was sentenced to i Clean Cotton Rap,
No
elected president of the Southern ensl pill attend the Youth +. 1 Two of the winners of Mondayand estimated cost of repairs in excessof 'been 164.6 acres burned in the, pay a fine of $25 and $12.50 court Clean.Pants Bradford No Shirts, Mmt e.
'. Branch of the Alderman familyat $50.. corts or serve 45 days in jail. County Telegraph. -
Workshop at the University of I county this year as compared with .
the annual reunion of the clan Tuesday's games will play Mrs. Lyons who said she car- 572.4 for the same period of 1958. Johnny Lyles was sentenced to
held at Kingsley Lake last week. Florida. July 27-31 as represent- .Thursday, July 30, at 7:30: p. m. ried no liability insurance agreedto
atives of BHS Teen Time. | The the winnerof
third will meet
She succeds B. J. Alderman of pay damages'No; estimate wasmade
Grandin- The girls who are both tenth Miss Clara Beckman Thursday night's game in the of the damage to the right

Other officers elected included grade students were selected .by Woods finals Friday night.,_ k .front fender of her car. She was
Weds
Basil Perry of Wildwood. vice- the Youth Council which directs Tommy Final standings In the leaguefor charged, by city police who investigated -
president: Mrs. S. E. Kennedy of Teen Time activities. They will the entire season are: the accident with having NEW HOMESAND
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden an-
Keystone Heights secretary; and have training in student government .W L no driver':! licenses and with
Nat Alderman of Pooler Ga.,' organizing and conductingTeen nounce the marriage of their Garden Restaurant 15 0 failure to yield the right of way.

treasurer. Centers. I niece.. Miss Clara Beckman. to Keystone Hts. .7 7 Pleading guilty to both chargesin
Approximately 75 persons'from Carol is the daughter of Mr. 'Tommy Woods on July 9. The Waldo 7 8 Mayor's court Monday morn-

throughout Florida Georgia and and Mrs. W. R. Ward and Barbarathe marriage was performed by Judge State Mt. Shop 7 8 ing Mrs. Lyons was fined $27.50on

as far north as Baltimore. Md. daughter of Mrs. Margaret Brooks of Lake Butler. Attendingthe Develop. Comm. 5 8 each charge but sentence was '
participated in the annual family Blankenship. Company C 2 2 suspended and she was put on LOTS I
couple:: were Mrs. W. C. Rho-
gathering. probation for 30 days.
I den aunt of the bride and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay of Mr. And Mrs. Moench Rose Lee. sister of the groom. Legion Post To Plan .
East Palatka were selected as ,
chairmen for the 1960 reunion Have HousewarmingMr. After a trip to South Florida. Membership Dinner DjBacTARKE

which has been tentatively set for Mr and Mrs. Woods are residingat
next July in Palatka. and Mrs. E- R. Moenchwere I, 418 N. Walnut Street. The annual membership dinner w FLA. i
Highlighted during ihe reunion honored at a housewarming I committee appointments and SALE

was the memorial resolution on Monday evening at their new plans for the Junior Baseball Fri. Sat. 24 25
Starke Methodists July I FORIN
the death of George Alderman of home on Halford road. team and school awards for

Lake City a former officer of the The 16 friends who participatedin Attend ServicesIn next: year will be on the agenda TEMPESTVan

family] who passed away last year. the housewarming enjoyed when American Legion Post 56 Beflta. Sylvan Mangano
Jacksonville holds its regular meeting at 8
card games and refreshments dur- Flame of the IslandsYvonne
Mrs. Hunter Hosts ing the evening.Vacation p. m. Tuesday, July 28.
De Carlo
i A group of Stnrke Methodists Post Commander Seeber Good-
Cafeteria WorkersMrs. 'I took part in the Springfield Methodist man asks that members of the Plus 2 Cartoons -2
Bible School Church Jacksonville Sunday -
Bradford County Fair Committeebe
I SUN. MON. TUES.
Sarah Hunter entertainedthe I evening services last Sunday. sure to attend in order that PARKWOOD ESTATES
Planned At MelroseDaily
Starke Elementary Cafeteria Mike Goldwire of Starke who is plans] may be made for a meetingof July 26, 27, 28
workers lawn Tuesday director of youth activities at In
at a party Vacation Bible School the entire fair committee. Stranger My Arms
morning at her home on W. that church this summer, was In County Agent George Huggins
June ADyson, Jeff Chandler
will be held a I St. Anne's Epis-
Lafayette street. Church in Melrose starting charge of the Sunday evening aid Commander Goodman an- Pratt Westmoreland and Jefferson Streets
Enjoying the affair were Mrs. copal services. munced that a general fair Taming Sutton's Gal :
Monday, July 27, from 9 to 11:30a. :
E.; Edwards Mrs. Bill Graudon George Huggirs directed the meeting will be held soon to be- John Lupton Gloria Talbott
Class will continue daily
Mrs. W. E. Lawson. Mrs. A. J. through m. August, 1. congregational: singing..Singing ina gin work for this annual event in Plus Color Cartoon for Children Starke, Florida
'ender, Mrs. M. H Mrs.pob '
I! Gresham October.
quarette were M. W. Lance,
Children from pre-school Wed., Thur. July 29 30
age ,
> Taylor Mrs. John Shanbar-
Vice Commander
; George Huggins,Gilbert.Newcomb Joe Gray Second -
Mrs. Clarence Rhoden Mrs.'Porn 14 or 51 through 6th grade are Catmen of ParisCarl
.er and Gilbert Goldwire., Mr. and announces that a' program
Harding and Sonia Hunter. eligible to attend. Mrs. Newcomb sang a duet and on "Holiday Tips" will be Esmond. Leore Aubert and PHONE WO 4-2111

r Mr. Newcomb sang a solo. presented after the business meeting Adde..Mara

; FOR DEPENDABLE PLUMBING Also attending the services ,:. The Monte Carlo Story OR WO 4-8681
from here were Mrs. Hugginsand -
: r AT ECONOMICAL PRICES family Mrs. Goldwire Mrs. Doyle Conner NamedTo Marten Dietrich I

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Charles Wade. Chuck Newcomb Plus Cartoon _
CALL'EDWIN Committee
and Mary Katherine Wainwright. Poultry


JOHNSPhone Ethel Biggs Circle Representative Doyle E. Connerwas .& ,. '- :!
appointed last week as a

t- WO -M975 First Baptist WMUEthel member of the interim committeeen
poultry that was set up by the
f (Goldwire Servicenter, Next to Winn-Dixie) Biggs Circle of the First 1559! Legislature.

Baptist Church WMU met Tues I II Conner was one of six named
I COMPLETE INSTALLATION
day night. July 14, at the home by House Speaker Thomas D.
OR REPAIR WORK I I Beasley. Six more members are to
of Mrs. Ben Hall with Mrs. Sid
I Shuford! and Mrs. N. B. Rosier as be appointed by Senate President PRICE SLASHED
co-hostesses. j Dewey Johnson.

... ....-._' F'...+ C' Following the devotional by f Other appointments by SpeakerB
?arley included Representatives
ANNOUNCING THE INSTALLATIONOF Mrs.the George subject Anderson"Christian a programon Witnessing Sun Mitchell and Ray Mattox,
and poultrymen James F. Littmanof
in Louisana". was presented -
ASTE'AM Quincy Dr. Wayne Neal of ON FAMOUS MAKE'OFFICE
by the program chairman. Mrs.S. h
of
Tampa and James E. Wells
L. Peek J'.
CLEANERFor During the business session Auburndale. TYPEWRITER

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I conducted by the circle chairman Keystone Plans r "
Mrs. C. A. Knight arrangements, ,
a First Class Job of Cleaning Motor and Under Car- were discussed for planning to Fireman's Ball

,rigae of Cars and Trucks. Removes all Dirt Grease, attend Ridgecrest WMU Week .', 4 ro
and Carburetor Varnish. Non injurious to Paint. It starting August 6. The eighth annual Firemen's

has been proven that a clean motor runs about 20 degrees Ban of Keystone Heights Volunteer -
Fire Department will be held
cooler than Let clean in New Presbyterian '.
a dirty one. us yours Saturday. July 25, at Keystone ,
less than an hour's time. Minister ArrivesBarry Airpark with music by ,Larry :t ,

Gibson and his orchestra.

B & G TRUCK STOP D. VanDeventer new Members of the department say : .. _.. ....
pastor of the First Presbyterian they have planned a gala affair i, '
Church arrived Monday and will because this is the weekend of

I ONE MILE SOUTH ON U. S. :301 conduct services here Sunday. the Southern Regional Ski Tournament ,' thTNEWSMITHCORONA> ,
Mr. VanDeventer graduated in to be held in Keystone

Heights- .
May: from Union Theological .
The dance Is part of the annual ": .0)
Seminary in Richmond.., and r.
drive for funds to support the
will be ordained and installed in I ...
fire department that answers
services at the church here on .., { '
calls all over the lake region and t...'.

I 11 I PIECE BEDROOM GROUP Suwannee Aug. 2. by Presbytery.The a committee. from the chance gives residents to have a of good the time area and a ,, .' J--, ". : : ; i. TS

new minister and his wife
to give financial aid.
Laurie are residing in the Presby- Tickets for the dance which xJ
r : 'i
teran Manse on N. Cherry St. starts at 9 p. m., will be on sale
at the door and the Civil Air

Mrs. Francis Meng Patrol will sell refreshments. .' -.

1 ft. Honored At ShowerMrs.
.' .

Francis Meng was honoredat 90 DRIVE-IN ': H

a stork shower Thursday even '

t.. b.ZFi ing July 16, given by Mrs. Henry THEATREOn iyk jllaY 9:
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ff .1-
Stefanelli. Mrs. Robbie Shaller ..
Mrs. Joe Wallace and Mrs. Gladys Route U. S. 90
Weldon at the home of the latter.
BALDWIN, FLA.
The Weldon home was attractive .PAC MAKER
for the occasion with arrangements Show Time 7:45 PJU.

of seasonal flowers. 1 .
Clip This Ad and bring rfte*** *
1--Double Dresser Feather Pillows Games were played during the
i with you. Good for one
.
party hours and prizes awarded -
Bookcase Bed 1-.Bed Spread to Mrs. Shaller,Mrs. Al Hartmann FREE Admission to this ,-- "

and Mrs. Paul Meng. Delicious program only. I. 179.50
$
1-Chest of Drawers Boudoir Lamps refreshments:: were served to the
17 guests after the games. Frt:, Sat. July 24, 25 thisweekTohly., .
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; Brynner, Carlton -.fcntFllck..tTabulation, ,4 '
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I meeting. .j Hotf-Spocing Error Control >> _

Miss Barbara Thomas daughter Sun., Mon. July -26,, -27 fiStandanl M-Choracfer, Celonp-..d Ktyfaoard V .
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will' .be caandier the distinguished fe teqp&tel guest.ERf. fAbring Fire DoW Below a* &From*Y**.- at4M S t")nAt:..a I.a : Jr.tODAy'- .

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Tuesday evening July'28. at 7:3C) Chas. Bronson, Richard
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"!' "' --1" .1 !" lire rear Hampton. Their six L ifBegins- vmg.to\

editorial children are all married and liv-
former's .
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Hampton 4. Gerald lives on an adjoining
y tea f farm. P. D. lives in Dundee, andC. course in Senior Red Cross
Boost For The LibraryIn By SIM McGarvrvcatching tu+ Y e, E. at Haines City. Two daugh- Life-saving which win begin Aug.

the snakes. Cant say as Couple ters. Mrs-. Miriam Kelly and Mrs. 3. is open to boys and girls who

earmarking one-half mill of the new tax we blame him.We're Grace Beal live in Miami. and have reached their sixteenth yearor
MrsJune Ellis in South Carolina. are in the eleventh grade.
levy for uses of the county library, the Commis- Recall
:. They also have 19 be held at Strickland.s -
grandchildrenand
stiU trying to leam some- Classes will
sion )has made further expansion of this facility 1 13f ,
thing about Fort Crabbe an outpost .. "tram"n ;; 19 great grandchildren.Now Landing each morniag-
possible with all the attendant cultural advantages
that they no longer farm through
: during the Semincle'IndianV from 9 to 11:30. naming
that a large, well-equipped library can af I Day S j r1 classes.
>.r, which was located somewhere Mr and Mrs- Adkins are thinking Monday, Aug. 10 with no
ford.With II I along New River. The name about moving to' town, probably held on Saturday or Sux day
one-half mill or more budgeted locally is of no help as supposedly it When Hampton. Both are sociable people Those interested are asked by.
and often walk into town to
for library expenses, the county can join with Shorty Rowe says the wet sea- was named for the officer incharge I vial friends. Recreation Director Bob Benner.
of building it, as was Fort
ethers in the area to form a regional library that son has held his cows back from Harlee. Men ,4 "We will probably make a trade who will conduct the course to

will be eligible for matching Federal funds and putting on weight, and declares r and move to town just to be near register with him, or Mr. Stricck-
state they seem in worse shape now things." is the it. land not later than July 28- I Ia
funds that have in the nast been approximately Until recentlr: mockingbirds p way they put .
than they did this time last year. And ...
25 cent. The half mill after of
per yield have been the "bosses" the sky I
Apparently there is a lat of grass 1'
discounts and other minor deductions will yield but too much water has taken the around cur place. 'Now 'some ,

about $3.500, and, with the $720 usually budgeted "strength" out of it and it doesn't Crashers; have m ,-ed' in, and Mules 1'

for library: purposes bv the city, would total provide much nourishment. while they are more colorful, we t The New Scripto jf
till prefer the mockingbird'ssong.
close ,to $4,200. the base figure used for comput- .
Some it is hard to tell
say
ing state and federal matching funds, Had our- dcg Pete inoculated Worked
fie in between
Among the advantages that can be expected against. rabies. Other by dog"Doc"owners Mujliqslast'week. 'at the; mockingbird difference and song the thrasher, .. Business Line Ball Pens i i'!

}but not that much of an H
from a regional library are: a full-time, trained the time agreed that inoculationis were rd

librarian for the area, more books longer library a small: price to pay for protection expert. S. F'

hours, enlarged children's and reference depart- against rabies which once 1andRefills .
Alice is still adding to the plantings '
ments, services of a bookmobile for small com- death.contracted, always results in around cur place. This week )Ir. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins .

munities, and possibly larger library space. she got a Rose of Sharon bush "Miss Pency Andrews, daughter uorked mighty Hard and when the FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING '

4 Nearby counties have shown an interest in We're anxiously watching. the and a variety of holly known as a of Mr., and Mrs. Joseph An- sun went down you knew you had ,

joining such a regional set-up, with Nassau few pears we have on our Orient Mahoney. drews of Lawtey, became the brideof done a day's; work," he declared-
County already set to go. Baker County Commissioners blight I resistant] tree. We're James E. Adkins, son of Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Adkins used tompke 9z0only: 25c each / '
have ,also invited members of the afraid that one of these nights a Sam keeps on gathering plants, and Mrs. Eli Adkins of New River, their oWn syrup and put up ,
varmint: will get them, and then shrubs and young trees out in thevioods. in a simple home ceremony on most of their own, food. Cash
Bradford County Library Board. and a state library we,'l never find out what they and then goes almost April 18," at which Mayor Wil- came from produce sold locally ii r'
consultant to discuss! the matter, and interest taste. like.They'll crazy trying to figure out what liams officiated"This and shipped to Atlanta. Their f REFILLABLE! "i J I .
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has been expressed by citizens of Clay and th" heck he has. For instance, might well have been a cotton was. ginned at Lake Butler .
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Union. have to be good to equal this week he got a piece of vine social item of 1896, for it was 63 and shipped from there by rail '

Our own library has made much in the "apple-pears" that Truby with a grape-like leaf that has years ago that this happy couple Corn which was an importantcrop ...f.;....
progress
Wainwright has. He bought thema 'thorns and h-3 spent many hours were married. Now, after a full because it was sold for cash i with Ref ills.lOc ea.
the past few years. Started some 25 or 30 years long time ago from a peddler looking! through a plant book for and active life, with' plenty of and also used for feed was always -
ago with a private collection donated by the first who cams through this country, it hard work, Mr. and Mrs. Adkinsarc something of a problem because -
librarian, Mrs. Jeannette .C. Young, the local and they have produced a lot of S. living quietly on their farm workers were afraid to If"[ Y BLUE '/ /' / .r',

library-was sponsored and housed until two years g Od'truit. You'd think it would be easy near Hampton. break corn in the Adkins' fields- *'
.ago by i the Starke Woman's Club. .' to identify oaks, for instance. We MrsAdkins, an attractive woman The farm was known for the \ y- BLACK t. .., l
Sam's busy these days cuttingout have several growing along our of 78, does her housework and number of big rattlesnakes found .
Then, at the request of the library committeeof 1. :} RED JttFINE
dog fennel to get rid of it Hatchee, and while we think they some sewing, and Mr. Adkins. 85 there but Mr. Adkins had solved
the Woman's Club, the County Commissions before it has time to go to seed. are Laurel Oaks we're pot sure. Keeps busy. caring fqr their neat that problem} by training a little OR MEDIUM( POINTS e/
agreed ta the use ef the top I floor of the Agri- They' say that -if you cut it out We'll wait now for the acorns, and yard. dog to scare up the snakes. He .

i culture Building as a county library. They also before the full moon of August, then fee what we. can prove. In speaking of their early marriAge would then kill the rattlers, and

put $1,500 in the 1937-58 budget for the library, .you'll keep it from spr: ding. .5. ; Mr. Adkins] recalled that the family would go on with their The most economical i '
Are there to be too he
'S. getting had purchased two farms and work. None of them was ever bitten fty
created a library board, and, at the beginningof
We haven't had a mess of sweet iranv cows to support a strong built a two-story house on the by the snakes. but the boys r' r
that fiscal year the library became a county corn yet, and it makes me hungry market' A roan \vrtQ I is well> informed New River cut-off road. Mrs. who helped with the farm workas devised. .ft'!

institution. Mrs. Edward Burns has been librar- just to think of it. We particularlylike on the subject said there Adkins who was a "town-girl." they grew up, used to go snake- writing ever JJ" ..Jt

ian since the facility was moved from the Wom the sweet com raised here in pre 100 million todaL'Rn.increase said "Yes, he carried me off to hunting before each crop of corn
of three million in ;the Mast the woods.."
an's Club. Bradford County, as it seems to year was broken.
taste better. and that ''II'e are getting Closeto "- from the big city of Law-
The Woman's Club, the County Commisien, the Mrs. Adkins had met "young
the where the+market tey." .
S. point may countered: her husband.Mr. Jim" while visiting her McKin-
Library Board, Mrs.\ Young, and Mrs. Burns have "
We hear more and more talk break. Adkins farmed in those ney relatives in the New River BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
done a fine job in giving us the library we now about the idea of putting a bounty t daYS raising corn. long staple section. He "came a-courting"fot

have. If we can take the foundation they have on rattlesnakes. It seems like a Congratulations to the readers cotton sugar cane, strawberries the next four years driving a t

laid and go on to develop a regional facility, we good idea, but the father of a of this "piece." They have now and truck crops Mrs. Adkins used Jenny and road cart from New iv.
will have much more in library sen-ice than this boy we know is worried about the put up with it for 10 years, and to help pack berries, but was kept River to Lawtey. The Jenny wasa t

small county can hope to have, by its efforts possibilities. He's afraid that if it deserve: a medal or somethingfor buy: with the home and children. two.wheeJ''ehicle, much likea
is ever put into effect that his their faithfulness. Well just, "Farming in these days was racing sulky. .
alone, for many years.Ve hope the project will boy will take a lot of chances in say: thank you! mostly hand work, or with. mule Mr. and Mr. Adkins eventually .. I' ..
be carried through to completion.A or horse
drawn implements. Mr.
sold their New River farm and
salary of $45,000, and 37 part Adkins recalled. "Men and mules bought the place where they now
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About'this time of year the editorial brain be- 01, The report showed'an' "upward., li
comes 'fagged with discussing weighty prQblems 4 trend of business" for the year A NEW CAR OF YOUR CHOICE

of reapportionment. farm surpluses, Communist The' 1933 over the_ previous year. ., I II
containment, and spiraling inflation. Dr. F.G.:Bratley; ,recent medical II I

When the brain is fagged, one is apt to gaze Past graduate, came to Starke, July I

out the window, hoping for editorial inspiration. 1934, as assistant to Dr. W.E. Ford Chevrolet '

When and if one looks out the window, what ,,-.. Middleton.. J 4 I -- Plymouth i ?

doe! one see? Why shorts, of course ladies' Twenty-five years ago the only CARD OF THANKSOur
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mention of the Fourth of July, in
shorts thin shorts short \ "
: fat ones, ones, long !
the Telegraph was in connectionwith sincere thanks to the many I
shorts shorts of description in
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every every I
the local baseball team. The
direction. Mends and neighbors for their I
item read -- "Stark celebrated sympathy, flowers food, and oth-
The younger generation won't believe this, but Independence. Day by journeyingto er acts of kindness during the And After I
it thus. have old files of Ocala and defending the Wild- $
was not ever and we illness and death of our loved one. DOWN
cats of that city 2-0 in'an exhibi- Normal
The* Telegraph to prove it. -The family of C. S. Kelley.
tion game which turned out to be s5
For ''instance let's to issue of June Down
open an 4a wonderful pitchers' battle between Payment! Il'm
.. 1940 and see what we find Starke's ace Perryman, ,

Mayor W. E. Middleton had just replaced (by former Southern League star and : I

popular demand) his ruling that shorts were Toffaletti, former University of j
tabu for ladies' wear on Call street. Florida player. "Ferryman was in jI
rare form displaying a boxful of I
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Chief of Police Lonzi Alvarez had waged a curves and a nice change of pace. US

valiant but losing battle to enforce thelIa.or'sedict He shut out the Wildcats. !

but try as he would, those feminine sum- .5. ,

mer residents from nearby lakes could dodge a- An important happening of $ 72 3 YEAR GUARANTEE

round corners faster than he could run to catch July, 1934 in the County was the HELP YOU ili
them. first meeting of a Health Council. ,
Members of the Council
The Telegraph, always eager to sample public sented each civic organizationand repre- PER

opinion in time of crisis, took a poll .of Call Street public group in the county WEEK _

and came up with the following opinions: and the purpose was the promotion SOLVEYOUR ON 400 PARTS y

Aunt Vida Morgan: "If they haven't got any of health work and nursing I *- ,

better sense, why let them wear them. Their ,aid.! .

legs belong to them. I don't dare come uptownin Officers for the new council
elected were: Mrs. Edward Burns
mine. chairman; Mrs. A. M. Darby, vice AT NO COST TO CUSTOMER'
I. H. Blasingame: the shorter the cuter. chairman; and :Mrs. I* H. Hill, I

. Anybody under 70 is all right. secretary. This group was responsible I J ;;

D. P. Carpenter: "If I didn't have off-set knees, for the formation of our j
I'd wear 'em myself." present Health Deot- I I

.C. H.. Nasworthy: "Just don't get 'em too .... .> O N.E E Y
Almost 300 >workers from all
short.
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Uncle Ben Rowe "What the most !
: they can get meeting of the Workman's Protective
,_ outta life in. why let 'em wear it." League held at the courthouse -

The sole dissenter (feminine, of course) was and formed a local branchin PROBLEMSLOANS 11'1' STANLEY NOEGEL AUTO
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Bradford County with 188
Mrs. Mable G. Lewis who declared: "I think one
members joining. Officers elected .f'"
of the most embarrassing, disgraceful _things is .
Jim Kearns, president;
were
to see a young lady on main street with shorts) Lacy Rigdon secretary. Grjwanct UP TO I SALES

on. If they're worn in the right place, it's all committee members :were Marvin II .

right. ..; but noton, Call Street. Hubbard. H.L. Gatlin. A*J.'Wilkinson .

Headlines in a subsequent issue of The Tele- Richard McCarthy, D.J.. $$600 I i .
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Knight and J. O. Turner. Ernie I .
; graph proclaimed: "CITY OFFICIALS GIVE UP: 1 -.
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Johns served as chapUip. : ; .
NO BLITZKREIG ON SHORTS. ;",.' .
Fred F. Stump became acting: I '
And thus ended the famous Battle of the postmaster to replace Mrs.H.H. ..." ., '**.* ct . ;- -., ,r'. '.; "".

i. Shorts. Today shorts are an accepted way of Young. beginning his duties on I ALSO HAVE .-' .. "f. .'

life and,.so. conamoD op Call Street bat their appearance July 10. 1934. "Folks Find U.Friendly' '

;. on ,the wearer has to -mccepttict ally. ,In announcing the appointmentthe "
good, or exceptionally bad to attract atten- Telegraph reported "Mr.
tion. any Stump is a well-known merchant, III+ 5 Acres Good Used C
having been in the dry-goods FINANCE! rs
All which goes to prove that you can get business here for tin last 33 years. .
used to most anything; and it's easier to write He has always taken part in *. I rrf I

about shorts than weightier subjects in this kind movements for the advancementof I
ths community and has been COMPANY .' ,.
of weather.
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a staunch' Democrat all his life .. READY TO PICK > ;; _
although he has never run for 116 N. Walnut II ,' ;
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County for 1933 showed that the 4.0101 and WO
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county had 109 stores in opera- FINANCE. RATES

.. gal........ OP1E. .THE BAMS HASTHEAB.Tk tion and net sales for the year Mrs. Marguerite\ Hall, Mgr. : On Models Under 1953
eae: . EM. .'. a. ...... claw ..... .. ,. .
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,:[Qy.Bob Ferguson] few years. They don't like low still prefers to cultivate with a,.
! lancTand can't stand much water, mules. He does all his work with ,4 .
s'!Hope;I"Ye never lost money on he advised. mules and 'says, "You can plowan .'. ,
a.:crop of strawberries ," said O. C. Admitting that he hesitates to acre with a mole while you're ...rs.i

rOssieJ Cason, life-long residentof give advice "because one fellow getting a tractor rigged-up. r ...,.. ... t v *

Bradford County who has doubled my recommended dose of Labor has not ;yet been a problem .. -
grown: ,berries for 50'years.. fertilizer and burned up his whole .. .. tt iit t
] for him since he always has f '>
Mr. :.Cason -leaned- back -in 'a of .
crop berries Mr. Cason conceded
berries which bear well and are ;
,S3 kerjpjgLth.e front .porch of his to reveal a few tricks of his 44 ;
to He his hands
easy pick. says r5---
home the Pine'Level Baptisthmth'on trade. it
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!lave been asking for higher wages
State 'Road '100 and Always try tc set out plants on i
but'so' far he hasn't had to go up-
the' full moon; they bear much
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I strawgrowing. The veteran grower said he 1 t
J better. "The pickers can alwaystell t .
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f tries to plant a lot of strawberries t
strawberries any time you have which plants were set on the ..
!every! year. He has planted asmany
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) ''them for Just as tong have full ," this ? ; M
as you moon experienced grower as 14 acres, he said, but isalways .:. .n ta
ttem:Vfce, .ec4zed.t : declares. r
careful to plant Y *
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t "I grow a.Jatle of everything. Set some plants early in Sept. [ : ;i .
I of crops If he loses on one thing i- .'!''T. $; '.,.; p ;-- ... -_:' -
but4, traw.berries are my biggest or Oct., Mr. Cason to make : \
says I something else will absorb the '" :: \ : ..
mpn y.maker" Mr. Cason said. runners to sell to pay for planting I. ;
If* 'Uiijsks farmers should cut the rest of your crop. He already loss.Some NEVso. Ii 'TIL
farmers wfll 30
down op other. crops and grow has an acre of runners set this plant or -t .
more berries, and would Uke to Two ,, 40 acres of sweet corn and nothing
of last
year. acres runners
Ossie Cason who has than
(right), strawberries
grown more
else, he said, and if they
,i<.ejhe,.:County 'go,back, to being .year netted him $1,000, Mr. Cason .. .. -' .ftrt {
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lose money on that they've lost aay other man in Bradford.County, still favors the old-faithful ;-& 4' ,'- t
a.b Zberry producer as it used to said. Rain has not damaged nextyear's ;(>; '. .:..J.- ,"'_'. J
everything. "Don't put all youreggs mule over the modern tractor when it comes to cult hating small
tc.4; 3" 't2iatenoughberrles runner crop and he looks
? are raised for a plentiful supply of them. under one hen" Mr. Cason t areas.. Pictured with Mr. Cason are tine of this helpers Mag.

ia.1; >+ulaysao.4et the most from l Mr.' Cason recommends about a says.' "You'll "soon fix yourself at (Tie, May, and Ronald Cason.: 4

thfD1." the. old berry ,grower ton of fertilizer; to,the acre; applied that business ...
,stated.l More berries would bring .I "along and along" as the If that man would have had 20 Charles S. Kelley '.. J '" f--o..., '_ (' .i
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iMr. Can'has started growing for enough fertilizer but pointedout have made up his loss on the Brooker Native your money

,th*.l.1rwiFlorida, 90's. They don't that too much is just as bad corn Mr. Cason surmised.: ,

produce ss many berries but they as not enough since you can,"burn "Farming is Just like any other Charles S- Kelley 72 of Brooker -
ale bigger and sell better, he says. up" the berries, if not carefuLMr. Business" he says, "You've got to died Saturday in Alachua Gen!
I"fti'., rnlv'srown the'90's. for a Cason is one of few who work your head to.get anywhere." I eral Hospital after a brief illness.' Thj REMINGTON
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: Fight Comedy At Florida MIDGET LEAGUE
crewwqrm : t and had lived there his entire Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Durden of I n .
'sI QW& No Letdown Stars Ernie Kovacs afe. I! Jacksonvlle Beach are announcingthe .. "'
Action in Midget League baseball
.. Surviving are his wife Rosa birth of a son Harold Bruce QUIET-PJTEET ELEVEN PORTABLENow. '
Versus Doris week Florida Pest
:SqrewwonB Eradication Inspector DayA this saw Mott Kelley, and ten children: Durden. Jr., born July 20 in St.
George ValHejuli is still Control win two games to ,lead Mrs. Ruby VValdron Wildwood; Luke's Hospital. The baby is the
making regular inspections of new comedy starring Doris I the league in that department.Fla. Mrs. Theo Dyal, Brooker; Mrs. great grandson of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
livestock In, Bradford and Clay Day Jack Lemon, and Ernie Ko Pest Control proved to be Leith.."Persinger, Warner Robbins, A. Durden and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
vacs will be at the Florida The- for the first time. an office
Counties, real pesty as they took StarkeBwlder's Ga.; Mrs. Odessa Hall, H. Ritch of Starke.
atre Sunday and Monday. Jackson-I typewriter in size! More
portable capacity
vine Mrs. Louise paper
The inspector urges livestock 'Supply 14-5 and edged(*[ ; -
owners,tq ; -requent inspect- "It Happened To Jane" is the I Community State Bank 8-5- Com I ami; Cliff Kelley Wildwood; La- Mr. and. Mrs. Tony Angelo of longer writing line, more features. ...the

ion of;their: herds now that warm story ofa, poor young widow : munity State Bank also lost to I vern Kelley,. St. Petersburg; I.,. C- Gainesville, a daughter, July 9. most in value and beauty! Recommendedfor
Doris Day], a small-town Maine Kelley? Bradenton and Stephen Mr., and Mrs. Ollie Williamson
:Starke Builder's 11-7 and ;
I weather.is here. If a suspiciouscase Supply typing students, hailed by expert office
lobster has shipment I
grower \ a Kelley, Jacksonville. of Hampton daughter Myrtice
t was behind the John's Oil Co. 14-
Is found
of
save sample egg typists. Come in this remarkable
spoiled by a railroad owned by Jeanette, July 11. try new ,
masses oc maggots before treating 6 as the game was rained out in Funeral services were held at 4
It.Repor(it promptly to the county Ernie Kovacs. Jack Lemon plays the first b1n; 1g. It will be finishedat p. m. Sunday in Dedan Cemetery! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett machine. see for yourself what a wonder 1 it i is! .
;,,1 I agent'or-livestock inspector.The .- a lawyer who,gets Miss Day out I a latter date. with Rev. Lacy Conway and Rev. of Middleburg, a daughter, Mar-
trouble with the railroad and
of .
: battle against the screw- Next week will see six games James L. Temple officiating. .Wil line Gay July 11. .
in love with himself. Steve Forrest
,{ worm is carried on jointly by the also,costars in the picture. played in the Midget League..Fla. Hams-Thomas Funeral Home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Herman FREE of extra cost! *
) :Screwworm Eradication[ Program Pest Control win play Community Gainesville was in charge of ar Green of Starke a daughter, .
.1 tevra Livestock Board and Eight'TV guest stars includingBill State: Bank Monday July 27. rangements. Christine Pearl July 11. Handsome Carrying Case and

J the ,U.,B, Department. of Agri Cullen, Dave Garroway, Steve Starke Builder's Supply will tas- () l' I The Bradford County Hospital ,, touch typing instruction booklet
culture. McCormick, Jayne Meadows, Garry kte John's Oil Co. on Tuesday, 301 Gets Priority announced the following 'bIrths:
Moore, Henry Morgan, Bob a
} July] 28. '(Stt. S U Mr., and Mrs- Wayne Hollings- :- 14 *i
Paige and 'Betsy Palmer will also
More Smoking Gives : A double header is scheduledfor In 4-lane worth of Starke, a daughter Y
be seen in the comedy. Request $
Wed., July 29, with a trampo Phyllis Denise, July 12. ODOWM$150AWEEKBRADFORD
More. Tax ReceiptsMore same period ,in 1958. line act featured between the I Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis of a.. '
Four-laning of U. S. 301 from Lawtey,' '
Total receipts for this games. Starke Builder's Supply a daughter-Jury 16.
people are buying more year now Starke Builder's-Supply will tac- Ocala north to the Alachua County Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chancey
amount to 2252537. In 1958
cigarettes ..If YOU want to take they l1efill! be given priority by of Starke .
Oil ,
totaled $19,341.03 at this point. in the first game and John's a son Edward Huey, '
'thedistributiQaof< ;, cigarette tax Co., plays Fla. Pest Control in the he:! State Road Department over July- 17.,
City receipts in June [collected
money) tor the State.Beverage Departmenl second. our-laning U. S. 441 from Ocala Mr.: 'and Mrs-'Norman Thomas COUNTY TELEGRAPH
during May]
were $3,138.74. Dun
as & yardstick tl the Alachua line.
.. :o County cf Starke, a Michael
30, Starke son John
ing the.same month other towns On Thursday, July

ceMt4'P Fw instance cigarette tax re- in the area received the following Builder's Supply will take on Fla. a The meeting decision of the was Marion announced at JWz.J"-."p.....?.>;..k..-. ... .q...,"q.',.....,;4.or".,"',, -..'. ._..'-.... ., . .. .. t
SUrke during the first County ,
amounts: Lawtey, $393.19; Key Pest Control, and Friday July
m laonth?of this year were more stone Heights. $688.66; Brooker, 31, the Community State Bank Commission this week when.own.
'tb ,Qlher>. than for the ers of property along US 441 pre-
$20007 and ,
.. Hampton, $127.35 meets the John's Oil CoIT'S ,
# '" tented a petition asking the coun- ( -
... -- ty to request an immediate centerline -
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survey of that highway. The
petitioners were told the boardhad ri' 'S
tried to get a commitment
;
from! the State Road Department
but were told the traffic count on fea
; 441 does not warrant action at

I UNLAWFUL 0 this 'time. SUMMER

The Road Department's aver-
age traffic volume count for May
I recorded 6,191 vehicles daily on :
US 301 north of Waldo, and 4,128
daily on 441 north of Ocala-


the The work Marion on 301 commissioners north of Ocala said FEATURING A STOREWIDE SALE ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE .

For Any Person or Persons to Engage will begin within 30 days. t

Carl Rose, Ocala road contractor


'Business- Under A fictitious Name Unless "bad tbfa, told 441 news"the four-laning Marion and ptedicted board project this loss if was of it WITH% SAVINGS SO BIG YOU WILL HARDLY BELIEVE .


is not done before the proposed

The i Name Is Registered interstate route 301 is started. I YOUR EYES!



Laundry Announces

: New Facilities,
,
Readihif1orkhLawr 24-hour ServiceThe

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installation of Milnor stainless -
?"!! shall be unlawful fur any person persons! a* defined ........., steel combination washers ancsnin

engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as hcnfai it-* dryers, as well as a coin-

'fined without and unless said ficliUou nan.e shall be registered- with tt operated, self-service laundry department :1.i
was announced this
cleric of the_circuit court. of the county where the principal place. of business I week by Mr.-and Mrs. Junius M.

is, with registration shall consist of filing with the,clerk aforesaid an af- Smith owners of the Starke

ndaTit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the name of Laundry and Dry Cleaners. I r

all.thoee:, interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in With the help of nationally I .. -
known laundry technicans, we are .
tenet,,. ._of each,,.and the fictitious name. ,under.which said bBsine II carried" revising ''our washing, drying, and -

OIL, Said registration. :may not be made until_ the person or p rarasdeeiiing ironing procedures," the announ-

to engage.in business under a fictitious name shall have. advertised his or cement said. "New methods win '" pe iYr
be installed to reduce the usual
heir intention. to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four handling of work, with resulting

(consecutive: weeks in some newspaper, as defined by kw in the.eoraty: larger life for garments. t '

where. : said. .registration is to be made,and said registration shall -not bo we With Will the have new facilities:Milnor for equipment processing -; 'AND'MORE.

*?+ptedbj the.cleric of the circuit court except upon receiving .proof of family lavndry bundles 'individually "

such publication. ,. without mixing these
with others," Mrs. Smith added.
"We will also be able to give much
.- '" faster service when desired."
The new coin-operated "do r.. 1 ,tl l i? K
yourself' laundry derailment. itI I

be open 24 hours daily, it was announced : ON% CLOTHING t and SHOES

ff'yo 'ai'e engaged in business oner any-name '4 The Starke. Laundry-and Dry .. ...

Cleaners was organised by Mr.

'ot1I t than YoUroW JiandLave not badlhis,name '; has and that Mrs.been-time.steadily Smith In expanded July 1939",-since and FOR ALL THE FAMILY


"It has always: been our,ibject-
and' tive to provide the most up to date ,p. I
advertised wfflbe
registered : .
.properly we "duties\ for our customers." Mr.

:: jffiith said. "We'believe.Ur giving '
lerrlce and qnaBty of work that Is -
T ( *: + aH' as sW consistent 1tb. the.best available r
god Mormanoi
give
o you necessary anywhere in the country. We feel 1 e.+
I that our new lacffittes will provide

k wider range of services from r rCome
what you should do. lew budget to deluxe types."


THE BIGHT POINT' for the i ..

way,you write.. ,Game Ia,and select ., In And See How Much You Save! I


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'AOE COTJNTf tttlOBAr1L A THURSDAY. JULY 22 1353Cellmate's
SIX RLqLDIOD T4ftBl. Pqfl
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I County, Florida. under and by virtue -
Hampton Man Prison Growing ot a writ of execution heretofore -

Death Co-irt.issued Alachua out of County.the Small Florida Claims in Sell It Rent It Trade It

In Line Is Union ? I baTeIf'Vltd
First County the!! above styled cause'
the ,
upon following property
situate.lying and being in Bradford
Charged To DISPLAY '1.:5 .ad nut facer*!
'- CH5SIFIED Par **
Florida., to-wit
For Boat' License County. :
-' &Is Union County seems to be DESCRIPTION of PROPERTY
; growing in population leaston Commence at the Southwest SUM* FKR Im FOR S4ME AD REPEATEH OMB OR WORK\ TIWKS;

Raiford Inmates. Gottfried Brandes of Hamptonwas paper. Nrlson corner of in land the belonging South Half to Louis(Sit) CARDS OF THANK
I the first man in line when But the disconcerting fact is of the Northwest Quarter

start- that when Union's population NW> ) of the Northwest\ I CM ER H WORDS .,_._ -_ 4 O. Per W.r4
Tax Collector J. R. Kelley ,
erfW ,) of Section 25. Township -
Murder charges have been filed el selling boat registration cer- increases, no one knows for sure S South. Range :: East j MEMORIALS 45I RmOl.rTIOIiil! _________ _____ c OntaH P.. w...
morning. whether it's good or bad news. and run North\ along the West
Tuesday
in tificates
Union \
County against two last of the line of land of said Louis Nelson WORD OR I.F. .. One ....rtU. .ft
prisoners at Raiford who are said Brandes. was given the first At the meeting 120 feet to the Northwest i -

to have strangled and stabbed number on the list assigned to I Union County Commission it was corner of land of the raid Louis F.'rR ""DDrT.O" "'ORb O'-F.R :. hu______ _____h_ 4f' Pay W...
Neison.; thence West :363
run
that the county's
their' maximum cellmate this county-FL-6801-A. Collector revealed population I
security feet to a point then run South
SAM2 AD2Sc
20 DISCOUNT O% REPEAT IXiERTlOSS
'at the prison last Thursday night. Kelly said hs would not be ableto had- "officially" gone over 120 feet to the South line pf theSouth %
for the first time. Half (S%) of the Northwest -
The case will be heard by the next comply with requests for speCIal 'the 10,000 mark Quarter (NW4 ) of the ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID 15 ADVANCE.!

'. session of the Union County grand numbers. because the State The matter came' 'up in connectionwith Northwest Quarter (NW>4) ofSection

jury scheduled to meet in No- Conservation Department had approval of an indigent pa- %;j. Township 8 South.
22 East
Range East thence
run
'vember. supplied a block of numbers that tient budget for the Union. County along said South line of the WE HAVE a new loan program for ATTRACTIVE NEARLY. SEW

The dead man is Duke Delano run from Bfanaes' number to FL- Health Unit. South Half (Sb) of the Northwest farmers. Loam oC 1 to 6 yean UOUCJtasonry
credit
for the entire requirements -
Quarter (XWU of the
Figures fram the State Health of the farmer and his fam 3 bed rooms hardwood
Olson. 22, of Miami. Olson was 7300-A. Northwett Quarter (NW%) of
Department indicated thatUnion's ily. Gainesville Production Credit floors.: built in garage. automaticheat
Section 2;j. Township 8 South,
sentenced to two in prisonby issued to boat
years Numbers uwners Range 22 East" to the Point of Association Morth Main. and air condition, paved ftrct't.clly .
stands at
Circuit Court Judge G. L. Pat- .!: M arc permanent and remain with population 10- Beginning all lying and being In Gainesville, Fla tfchJUDIOI utilities large landscaped lot

ten on Oct. 6, 1958. He was' con- -' \sz the boat .even when it changes 600. Last year the county's fund the South Half SK) of the REPAIRED Price $14410.00 Terms.A. .

victed in'Bradford was!' based on a population of Northwest Quarter (N\\-.) Of All Hake AH ..., REAI.TOR
County on a hands. The numbers are to ,be the Northwest Quarter (NW'i) .1. THOMAS.
8906.: '.......le Ckanrea nanateeliutPOERDOS :o; Tew.le Are. Tel. WO 4-S191
charge of possession of narcotic painted or attached to both sidesof of Section 2$. Township 8 South. .
.
RADIO TV tee. St. frM Oraalr Court IIvane
drugs. the bow of the boat in"block But here's. the rub! County Range 22 East and containing ...... lire**. Owner
one (1) acre of land. more or
Clerk Robert Driggers declares 113 B. Tail ".. Ph... WO 4-6901 HOUSE
FOR SALKmostly
William E. Leach Detroit, and characters! at least three inches less all lying and being in Dradfi 2-STORY
J. Smith of St. I thut Union County's! population is rd County Florida.As !Starke.! Fla. furnished. Apply (IS XThrrh
e Augustine are high{ and of a contrasting color ( 1':1.': Stp 723WANT
the of the above
property
variable as the wind. and seems
.I the men charged with Olson's'murder to that of the boat. The numbers as' named defendant and that on the COLON U. FLORIST
'
Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. A LAKEFRONT HOMEf
who's the
Leach said he alone was must also read from left to righton to depend on making 7th day of September 1959.: at 1% Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor 3 Hcdroom. furbished frame houseon
o'clock at the South door of
involved and Smith claimed his both sides. census.. the Court noon.House in Bradford County. all occasions locally. Phone :ZOO: x 170 ft lot on east side of
"''One time theyll count all the \VO 4-K2!"1 :SOB Fa..t Nona !::1. ffrhd, Lake Wlnnott. See J. a Nobles.MrlroBP .
innocence J. Adkins : I will offer for sale
own but C. Florida !!
Boat owners are responsible for 1'''. OR 5-2st: ?11' 7.?:
prisoners at Raiford in and sell to the bidder for
I our census highest
assistant state attorney said it FOR RENT-Furnished apart-
; notifying the Conservation. Dept. : next time they'll count the cash in hand. the above describedpr.perty. ments. Reasonable rates. Near FOR REiT-Furnll'bt'd cottage
?appeared that both men were involved the of said
as property
of change in address or shopping center. Phone WO '-:011rr nice for Couple near school. il.I M
any in read all overt execution. I
camps said
prisoners defendant to satisfy :
with the slayinc-:: WO 4-5121 or call at 213 S. Lake St. Phone WO .- iU. Mrs. A.
Adkins said Olson apparcntly Wards Not Unhappy With TobaccoMr. change in ownership of boats. !: state; and then again theywon.t P. Bradford D. REDDISH County SHERIFFof Florida Cherry SL (Shell Oil Co. Office.tfchg I F. Sanly, fit:: ? MrMah"H: St tf'bg
Costs of registration for boats count of them." Drig-
.,'Was stranded with a cord, and any Scruggs. Carmichael &: AveraAttorneys FOR REXT-t bedroom furnished
carrying more than a 10 .horsepower explained.So for Louis! Nelson and large utility
gers with carport
then stabbed in the neck with a and Mrs. W. C. Ward who The 3.26 acre allotment is shar- 7/16 it 86! house
motor t smaller motors exempt when Union's populationgoes Men's Leather ro>.m. For couple with infant child

:;'sharpened Leach's spoon. Adkins thus discounted live west of Bayless Highway, are ed.by. their son-in-law and the boat] are: boats less up. does it indicate a healthy OTICE -OF IXTEM1O or with 7i3 one X..grown Thompson1teh boy or girl. Iti-
that he quire
story not too unhappy about their to- 16 $1.75 16 feet to 26 TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAMENotice !:
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick than feet ; growth of the area or merely thatF1orida's
'knocked
Olson down and then is hereby given that theundl'uigned.
ba'co crop this year. Although feet $2.50; 26 feet to 40 feet HALF SOLES \XTED--Good used fishing boat
.stabbed him after Olson kickedLeach's Watterson. Mr. Ward said they prison population is on under the provisionsof 1n't be reasonable. Call W. O).
yield is off about 30 per cent in $5 00; and 40 feet and over. $10.00 Clerk Chapter 20, 93 Laws of Florida. !"I":
the boom? Driggers among HObart 8-JJ31 .1 l1g '
: coffee over while the men expect to take the crop which is Acts of 1941 will register' with the
quantity and not top quality it is for two I
Registrations are good
would like to know.
others Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and 1.50 up
were eating supper. far better than the weather permitted all cooked out except some tips, to years at a time' j"ty't In receipt of proof of publication of I

Adkins' said. "We think he was most tobacco farmers in the High Springs market which odd year to June 30 in next odd for Bradford County. Florida upon
,Strangled to death before the stab- Board this notice the fictitious name of Men's Rubber
Hospital Months
the county this year. opened July 23. year]. i The Totem Pole under which r am 6
bing. There were just a few bloodstains
engaged in business' at 1466 N.
on the bunk. If he had The main purpose of the regis- "cmple Ave.. Starke '1a. HEELS SScSTARKE'S

been alive when he tration program is to facilitate Explains Request Carroll A. Hickey, 115 N. Temple
was stabbed ,
Ave.
r Golf Committee Still Undecided enforcement of boat safety law sole owner. Auto Liability .
; the blood would have squirted all a Dated this 2ith day of June. A.
Police AidIn SHOEREPAIRING I
",>r over everything." that took effect on July 1. The for D. 1959 at Starke. Bradford County t

:;", The sharpened spoon cut an Conservation Dept. is responsiblefor Florida. 6/25 4t 716Tattaba

ertery in Olson's neck when he About Country Club LocationThe conducting the registration a letter addressed to MayorW.

:was stabbed. I program through tax collector's T. Jackson members of the ....e*. Florida 123 S. Walnut St. $15.00
offices but all state officers must :NOTICE
Warden DeWitt Sinclair said Bradford County Hospital Boardof
Notice! is hereby given that the
":the three men were confined to matter of location of I limits. I enforce provisions of the safety Trustees have offered a fuller Trustees of the Internal Improvement Across from. Park TheatreFOR

..maximum' security cells because SUrke's proposed country club '' Lawson property on SR 229 law. explanation of their recent requestfor Fund of the State of Florida.
I pursuant to law will offer for pale,
.they..,. were "trouble makers." and golf course is still wide open !''IBrov.nlee( Road west of Starke. police supervision of parkingin for competitive sealed bids at 2 pm., RENT: -Kingsley Lake ern-I I E. Conner
'I August I I. Uj;,. the following described clncy apartment or cottage by Doyle
with five sites under considerationand I In making its report next Tuesday the hospital area. : lands in Bradford County f-r month. Call WO 4-5011, C. H.

cTwo-f: /me Loser one discarded because it was the committee will list the The recent request by the hospital Florida towifGovernment Nanworthy. tfchg

found "tooyet" during the recent properties in order according to administrator for parking Lots 7, 8, N!% of 9
and NH of 11. Section :O. Town- Itrotii that are Herded fcy Lake Re''- Insurance Agency
Gets Three Years rainy weather.A |desirability and suitability with supervision ". .was not promptedby ship! 6 South. Range 20 East ill"... will fce found at Billy Jack-

committee toured the|out regard to financial aspects. SERVICE MEN any motive for special consideration Z45.85: acres. _.'. teed J>.pplr lard !a rear .1

.&i... 15-man After it has been determined by the City Police for The Purchaser is required to pay Hilt Dad Factory. SJeel Boat 1 218 Temple Ave.
te-circuit: last Saturday morningand the advertising bill and documentary Landing Mat 1C la s !. ft. FloodLight
A Negro moonshiner who continued make its recommendations -!which is the most desirable property the hospital." the letter stated. stamps. .. Life Raft, LUkt Flxtare. PHONE WO 4-4501;; :
= will 1 The sale if and when made shall "',....I.1It Svpplir .f an kind.
to work his chosen trade negotiations will be entered "Primarily this request was made
meeting of the 4
general reservingunto I ed Faraltare.Wiad
at a be subject to the Trustees Meel folding C'Ot. *
..4 after being given a suspended club corporation to be into with the owners.A for a civic endeavor by the City themselves 73 per cent of the .n.., Window Screen. Door.
country
"sentence for a first conviction permanent board of directorsfor of Starke to prevent possible accident phosphate minerals and metal. and etc.. etc. Call S'0 4-4OOI ask forMr. CITRUS bearing sixes, container
held Tuesday July 27, at 8 p. m. TJ 50 per cent of the petroleum .thereon Gaatur or rone la to are uswhe. grown. Also Plum, Garner Apple-
.:.wasn't so lucky the second time ill the Chamber of Commerce office : the Country Club Corporationwas and injury to people in the or thereunder.The in C".a. tfrac Pear. Hood and PaWwin Fig,

*aiound. elected at a meeting held in areas adjacent to the hospital Trustees of the Internal Improvement Grapevines Persimmon, etc. E* r-

:; Robert Lee Mack wa sentenced committee discovered that th p. CC office last Thursday night. parkin lotS Parking'in the hospital reject any Fund and reserve all bid the. rightto A-I Used Cars greens.400 varieties.Shade Tree AnIM", Camellias.fine plants over,

"to three years in the state prison The Those named were: Clyde Terwil- areas shows commendable BY ORDER of the Trustees of the full of bud and bloom. See our
the Green property on SR 100, on Internal Improvement Fund of the plants for quality. We are located
by Circuit Judge G. L. Patten on legar, Elden Matthews Bill Beam effort of the people to observe U miles east of
which it took an option two weeks State of Florida.LeRoy Keystone Heightson
July 22. Mack was arrested re- [Keystone Heights, W. C. Powell safety precautions. However because Collins, Governor. Hi way 100. Thousands of plants.

',cnUy by Bradford deputies who I ago. was unsuited for golf course H. A. Bishop Jr., Harry Hatcher of the poor lighting and Atttst: Van H. Ferguson Director .1. 1951 Mercury: -0. C Carnes Nursery, Phone ill
because apparent lack of Trustees I. I. Fund. t-M! :%. Florahom", yin tf
found 15 gallons of illegal!; whiskey I purposes Mrs. Junius M. Smith. John Kope- traffic control of the highway Starting bid $U.00 per acre lean

In his car. I drainage caused the ground to rainy become lousos James Hobbs T. H. Slade, right-of-way approaching the hospital 7-' St 8-7 S ___.......--, Southern Regional Water Ski

The man had been given a five water-sogged during a Robert} Mclntire, J. H. Wallace the Tournament
property, and parkingin (. Tbe C..ty '3n.&"'. C_rt. fa 2. 1954 Ford V-8 Keystone Heights,
year suspended sentence on Feb. period. [State Farm, Guy Andrews. such areas that are not hospital And' For Bradford Covnly, Florida July 24-26.

19. 1859 after his arrest six I Other sites still under consideration From this group the following property is, in our opinion a very la Probate, ft*. 1-1:'' Pickup
IN RE: Estate of Walter S. Sibley. .
:
are
months previously at the site of by the.committee : officers were re-elected: Clyde serious hazard, and we feel that deceased.AOTICK. WOMENIf

a moonshine still. The old Alvarez farm property Terwillegar president: Guy An- in bringing this matter to your attention OF FILING PETITIONFOR 3. 1954 Plymouth
Fl.Vtl. DISCHARGE FOR you are in need of
and
old Starke air- money
just south of the drws. vice president; Elden Matthews j we have reported a condition EXECITOR

W.C.T.J. pert on U. S. 301, South. secretary; Robert Mclntire. II that in all probability will Notice is hereby given that tbe Fordor can work only a few hours a
undersigned has filed its Final Returns day servicing an AVON territory
301 I
Lex Green property on treasurer. eventually lead to serious personal
Administrator! of the Estate is
TT DOESN'T PAY TO HAVE Sjuth. just across from old Starke injury and property damage. ..: Walter S. Sibley deceased; thatit 4. 1955 Plymouth your answer. Write Mrs. j
ONE CITIZEN IN JAIL BECAUSE has filed petition. for distribution Ouida Sweat P. O. Box 510 Live
I Conservation "We trust that the
ANOTHER ,airport. Group City officials and final discharge and thaton Oak, Florida.A .
CITIZEN
WAS LICE- i Peyton property between SR 240 will reconsider their recent decision the 20th day of July 199, it Wagon

NSED TO SELL HIM LIQUOR." 16 east of Starke. Elects 2 SupervisorsLeaton n this matter solely for the will apply to the Honorable Th ron -
SR
["THE MISSOURI ISSUE" and A. Yawn County Judge of Bradford '
FROM Nasworthy:: : property on SR 16 _._ rafety and protection of the peo- County. Florida for'approval of 5. 1955 Ford Fordor REAL BIT
THENATIONAL VOICE. east of Starke just beyond city Morgan Jr. and S. J. i --- -- -- ple of Starke and' vifitor;. when said Final Returns. and for an

MtGarvey were elected to four Pvt Warren G. Johns of thev__ have tjHo tho ,,. Order of Distribution and for Final V-8 IS30 Buys equity in 2 bedroom
son n_ ---._ _rPA__s.->n -.. of.1Vttl I.. .v..>r""'-_ Discharge as Administrator of tbe bl'use C months old.
year posts as soil conservation Mr. and Mrs. Ernie C. Johns of pital." Estate of Walter S. Sibley. deceased. At.gunt I, 195 Possession

supervisors in elections held last Lawtey, recently completed the The letter was signed by S. E. This 2;th day of June. A. D.. 1959. 6. 1956 Ford Fordor
,AIR CONDITION The Florida National Bank Of A. J. THOMAS. Realtor
: week. 8-week radio relay and carrier Sparks, chairman. and Mrs. Inez JacksonvillePy V-8 .05 Temple Ave. Tel. WOI57B1

McGarvey was elected for his i operation course at the Southeastern A. Green, secretary of the board. Fred J. Thompson Jr. Afi-w !.. Ir... Cmmntr Comtt H.*..

second consecutive term while Signal School, Fort Gordon Assistant Administrator Trust OfficerAs Estate Waler S. FOR
I SALE-Pineapple Pcars.Lattetmans
NOTICE 7. 1957 -
REFRIGERATIONAND OF TEJfTIOV TO Plymouth
Morgan replaces Lloyd Green who Ga. During the course he REGISTER FICTITIOtS NAME Sibley Dec'd. 301 South of Starke at
I SI25 4t 7116 B.-f .Tirl .
did not run for re-election. was trained to operate and maintain rcotlce is hereby given that thennHrsigned. Ford V.8 bridge Up

The two will join three other .. field radio relay systems and Chapter 2R.933.. ;under, Laws the provisions of Florida of FOR SALEroom house and 1

TV SERVICEAll members of the board of supervisors earner equipment.Pvt. Arts of 141I11 register with tbe iOTAzThSUMMER 40 New and %-3 Hugh.acres on U. S. :01 at S R. :nat
Used Reasonable.
Carsto Laura Wolfe.
Clerk of the Circuit
for this district who were Johns entered the Army for Bradford Court. in and H, 1 Box 167E. Lawtey :3tpS

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates net up for election this year. The last January and completed basic n-ceipt of proof County of publication Florida. upon of COLD Select From FOR RENT

incumbents are J. B. White Zedra training at Fort Jackson. S. this notice, the fictitious! name of -a-rooro furnirhedfrtment
with ,
Fully Equipped DependableAll Hamilton and Foster Shi Smith. C. He graduated from BHS in MoePch are engaged Appliances in business under at which'120:: we E. Bank Financing conveniences.lights Jessie and waterModern Chaslan. -

AH landowners are eligible to 1955 and was employed at Brownlee Washington St. Starke. Fla. TAKE7A7' Hampton. Ztchg 7 SO
Makes and Model.SHEPHERD'S K. B. & Incorporated (William
vote::> in the periodic elections for & Chasteen before enteringthe Kelhi. Omar Etayton. E. R. Moencb), HELP A\"fED-J.fan: to op-rate

the board of supervisors. The Army. all of Starke. Florida. owners. TERWILLEGARMOTORS% dairy'\\'O 9-13J5 rflJtt Must be bonded Phone
Dated this 9th between 1 and i p m
day of July A. D. 666&WHY
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administers
and
board sets policy
19i3; at Starke, Bradford County, it
RADIO & TV soil conservation programs in this Pvt. Carl Green son of Mr. and :Florida.; FOR g"I.Cainesrille
apartment:
works with Mrs. Perry M. Green of Rail Ord -
district. It conservation huufe. and 2 bedroom lake homi
Phone WO 46901SHOP Starke, Fla. specalists state agricultural was recently assigned to the 3rd NOTICE ifTfcjrnof TO near Keyston* Heights. Will accept
REGISTER FICTITIOCS NAME Si*;- property in trade. Dr H S
agencies and the county agent.MAYOR'S Infantry Division in Germany. 'A Notice is hereby given that the Your Authorized Jl1Inlr..r. Uti X. Walnut. Phone!!
Ford
cannoneer in Battery C of the undersigned under the provisions of PAY Dealer wc_ t-""I tiT>
division's 10th Chapter 2.9iJ.;j Laws of Florida RENT? In Bradford County
Artillery
COURTCases Green Acts of 1341 will register with the I/ST-riue: Parrakeet. Anyone find-
crtered the Army in November Cleric of the Circuit Court in and In<< it return to 401 Center Street

1958 and completed basic training f..r Bradford County Florida the WILL BUILD HOME: HASTINGS """ y *lye reward Up
handled in Mayor's Court fictitious! names of Graves Home MATTRESS

Monday morning were: at Fort Benning Ga. He has Dairy under which we are engagedin & UPHOLSTERY: WORKS WAXTED-Eaperienl'l'd secretarial
b en In Europe since last business at Route 1. Starke. Fla. ON YOUR LOT help. preferably middle-aged wom
SHOP SHOP May. 710 .
Lemon
Flcj Lyons no driver's license, K. B. &: 1U Incorporated (William St I'alatka an. f)r general office work. TJPioc-

fined $27.50 with sentence sus- KehL Omar Brayton E. R. Moench). .. No Down Payment Furniture Repaired !. Cei'ral and shorthand essentiaL Apply
Upholstered Track Un
Pvt. George H. Bradley, son of all of Starke, Fla.. owners. >a Starke_ ItehZFOR
pended and put on probation, for Dated this >th day of July. A.D.. & Refinished
Mr. and Mrs.
Noonen
M. Bradley, 195S. at Starke Etadford County TONEY HOME BUILDERS, RE\T-Furnllbed. 2 bedroom
Go to Jacksonville or Gainesville or 30 days. Route 1, Starke has been assigned Florida. Inc. MATTRESSES REBUILT houu' with fenced yard at 607

Flo Lyons failure to yield right to Co. A. 3rd Bn. 1st ,., U 7-30 New Innerspringsand at Westmoreland.: Korb's Drug Contact Store. Mrs. Stone lip

ANYWHERE to get a price on 'of way. fined $27.50 sentence Training Regiment at Fort Jack SMALL CHIMS COIRTALACHCA Contact RAY FORTH Box Springs
your FOR
for RENT
suspended put on probation COf
FLORIDA.
TY.
S. for
son. C. eight weeks of basic Drop Us a Card Call
or i*R7M FURBISHED APT EI .
Ixwis Kelson. Plaintiff, *
30 days. combat training. After ." PHONE 4123 <. .. Air conditioned bedroom
com- vs 1"0.881 r.LTK.EA
5.9166
New Car THEN
SEE ..
A1. {-r <>m furnished
pleCng he
Clifford Yarbrough./public Intoxication basK. win receive .a Eddie Lee Battle. Defendant. cottage. Eler
OF STARKE \VO 4-593-1 klte'hen, 2 window fans large yard.
MVTICE SHERIFF'S SALE
fined $27-50 or days. two-week leave before reporting Notice is hereby given that 1'1 Keystone Heights, Fla. Adults.-Mrs. U )I. Clark Bewent

David F. Brown public intoxication for his next assignment. P. D- Reddish Sheriff of Bradford I SIRS. PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke :.. I'i mL east of Call St. bridge.
Ph. WO 9la4a..
BILLYDOWLING fined $27.50 or 5 days. A '

Dowling EBlair, reckless driv- Pvt Cecil E., Hines son of Mr. I WA.vrTO TALK TO RELIABLE

while drinking fined $102.50arid Mrs. U.h:7--. MANW set you up tn sound one-
ing and Dredon A. Hines of Rt- -- man business without capital in-

I driver's license suspended for 1, Brooker took part in a recent .-"p.4- ; DiiibruIKi t FOR RENT: -Furnished garage vestment. A Watkins Route Is now

three months. demonstration attack at AndrewsAir '...... apartment on KIn sley Lake. Completely available for Bradford County. No

Carl Stewart {HCTderly conduct Force Basin Washington D. f.:@:..;::''.:'', ? w."J: ::: : ener aI.1M_ .. Pent or furnished week only. except Phone WO linens tUOI ,'character en-signers required.references.Must have Earnings good 1.

: I fined $r!50. C., where he is assigned as a rifleman ."".: :..,..-..-.'........-.';'. ''-::'::'': ., tfchg I better Black welt than*S9 averare.W. Pea htr Write,* St.Mr.N.

i Daniel R. Dinnison. excess in the 3rd Infantry Co. D >: '.. .' ;"-,::'.;;.;)'.z : raS RvftJwgOT f&tl Apartment For Rent-2 bedrooms, K.. Atlanta g. Oa. 4trh? S'Il

: speed reckless driving case postponed at Fort Myer Va. He entered the I'"J large living room dinette off living :
room FurnUhed. FOR RENT-July J7 thru
9
yovii.m.( Modern bath. Aug. :
service
until next week. last September.Pvt. Really this la a second floor bunga- Aug. 2J thru Dtetnber -; hed-
Jim Ricks public ,intoxication Jesse A. Mann and Pvt -- -- low. Call WO 4-200. 'Uche rlWt'l1 house on Kinler Lake. Call

released to relatives because of Claude R.Prevatt both of Stark j itIf your home were destroyed today, would you have: xrn .lIet n. '.v 1-U1 tt"1rDO

"If You Don't Trade With Us, We Both injury. recently completed basic Infantry enough insurance to cover your investment? Make FOR SALE--coloni LARGE HOME
Lose Money" Cases handled in Mayor's Court training at Fort Jackson S. c. sure the unmortgaged part of your home -.':. the part'yotfve dining t bedrooms rm,, sun living parlor rm..; family located rm N., i'lI"ne Call Luclle WO -.71 T Davis 41i't"X. Church.1r.ft .

Monday June 29, were: They are now being trailed for Walnut
*
alrtafy paid for.. .is CaD St. choice residential area; FOR SALE--Equity In
fully protected. VJ : newly deco-
positions in the r close
clerical to business '
Charles Mac Davis Moore failure area. Upon *ection, schools, rated houe Ill X. Cherry
SL 2
FOR A LOWER PRICE to have vehicle under control graduation they win be assigned .for a property insurance checkup. today[ churches.block.: Lot Win extend sell partly depth furnished of entire -, bedroom kitchen, bath large living room.
comb and
causing an accident $27-50 bond to administration jobs with if desired. Contact owner lira. H. rreened porch and sun dining deck. Phone room.

forfeIted.R. the armed forces.rOtrLL B. McLendon. 3629 Wectcheater or- WO 4-H91. ?
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tp 7- ?
ACROSS THE STREET .J. Griff, reckless driving, Harold Wall Agency County lando. FUu Telegraph.or Inquire Bradford tlchg
FOR RENT-Unfurnished: small
fined $27.50 or 5 days. bouse at rear of store
LOVE building at
FROM a R.J. Griff Oe new rat 1f' IX PLANNING A kindergarten pro >21 Temple Ave.. Contact :Mrs.
SETZER'S driver license violation -. E. OH Street Maude
brook pone-size fcontain pens te 200 Dial WO 4-4801 gram it te helpful to know tile approximate Jfott at McCarthy. Garage % miles
fined $27.50 or 5 days. puteIdes. number of children to be .... w.Wnr.f Pd. ttrtir
Only
$Soot a. BraIJ. enrolled. If
your bild U planning
: Herman Fugate. public intoxica- ford Comity TalPtTb. ..4 .- Ji\t' tn attend kind.rcarten next: t.rm. TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES
J made
'tion. $27.50 bond forfeited. please call Mama Priest at WO I
: tn order. Mr.,. Peggy Sballcr. :os
.ae ;.0' I2SJ. up i E. 441 Da, p o.. WO 4-iJJt. Ucb*


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVASTARKE




FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959 .
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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Approves Keystone Council Budgetof I Final Plans MappedFor -


By Mary K. *chaffer $25,944.00A


Plans Discussed For education.In budget showing estimated income I

Adding High School the past. graduate* of the of $25.984.58 and expenditures i 1 Ski Tournament

Thursday night July 16, about 8th grade here have been faced of $25.944.00 for the fiscal:

50 parents, representing 18 families with the problem cf where to con- year 1959-60 was adopted by the 1; Final plans for the Southern take turns manning the gates '
-on. Mrs. James Cook.
I Mrs
Sara
met at the school with prnci- dnue their studies. Some attended jTiwn Council of Keystone Heightsin Regional Water Ski Tournamentto 'filing and collecting tickets Friday McDonald.

pal Earl Cherry to discuss a plan !high school in Green Cove some a special meeting held July 16. be held at Keystone Beach., : through Sunday. All workers M1Herbert Nelson.
*irs A. F. Crosby. Mrs. AR..
whereby a 9th grade will be add- in Starke. awl some at Melrose The tax rate was set to remaint July 24-26, were announced following at tournament will wear ident-
Gaunt and Mis. F. W. Schrceder.
ed this year a 10th grade next and the class would disintegrateas 11 mills. a meeting of the Chamberof !ification! bad5 during the week-
I
etc., until complete high' a unit.Parents. The Commerce ; The Rotary Club will serve an
.. year a r w tax i-oll inaic&tes aQro Monday night. i :nrt and rill assist spectators*
school: course will be available for of 15 of the children ?s assessment; of $1,632,554; Chief of Police Jack Haber- [TriTh infonnaikn. vildoor bart) '('ut' supper at the

all the boys and girls of this area. .indicated by a show of hands that homestead and other exemptions. rtioh reported that Civil Air Patrol S. E. McKay. chairman of the 'jpach lire Saturday ni?ht. at whi'ti
Some Keystone had a hey would the } cadets will trophies Rill be awards: fo
years ago support proposed &GS4.000: net assessment, $726- assist the policein 1 ttnlirity committee announced :
high school, but it was not ac !r"gh: school program. 919; personal property assessment pa iking cars and directing ;Jiat Miss Kai Walrath. atlracive 'i*lr rontf>!\tants. Anyone aitt-nding

credited. The proposed high school The new school term will begin $71.588: and a total of $798,507.t traffic during the weekend. Special I': blonde daughter of Mr. andy p supper| may aLso view" the tro-

will be on par with Green Cove Aug. 26, and information on registration was accepted as presented.At deputies provided by Clay :\ -,:. F. MWalrath, Jr.. will reign ib?- pre>entaticn-

Springs, in regard to curriculum, dates will be announced the regular! meeting on July Ccunty, will police the lake area. 'has Queen of U'.e: Tournament- Souvenir programs: will I be sold

Mr. Cherry said. The course of later. 14. Tax Collector Sara D. McDonald Ray Chance. chairman of the I*' a graduate of Bradfcrd High .u't the beach during the tournament -

study for the 9th grade this year I .Stdmimng Program reported tax collections of safety committee will also be in I E:5 -lool and will be a sophomore by the Lions Club.

will include social studies, general : To Start August 3 $s 416.7, representing 99.998 per *narge of the patrol boats. ;al Hri_ham :young University in

math and algebra English, general The annual Rotary: swimming pent: of the total rolL Chairman Tickets for all events are on I Utah next fall- An early Sunday morning d'1voiional -

science, health, and physicalLEE'S instruction, as ronductedubY I 'i. L. Ownbey stepped down from Dale I at Keystone stores and may t Concessions during the weekend for prrscns attending the

YMCA instructors, will start Aug. the chair in order to make a mo- lab, be obtained at the gates at ,vill be handled by the Woman's "GV.rnament will be in
.J and run through Aug. 14, five tion accepting the report and ti beach during the tournament.C i C.ib. headed by Mrs. R. L. Watkins Fred Sarher of the Keystone

davs a week. There is a programfor commending Mrs. McDonald on i of C members volunteered to ', assisted bv Mrs J. D- Hend- ,f'ristur! Colony.

DRIVE-IN everyone from beginners her "wonderful job" of collecting
through lifesavers. Mrs. Marie LaZone SirsKatie: Keene of Jupiter. Fla. the
9999 per cen; of 1958 taxes for ; Episcopal Church of the Good
Two "graduates" of the swim- (the city. Former Resident I Requiem Mass for Airs. LaZone Shepherd at Juipter officiated.

THEATREPhone ming program, Kay Walrath and Fire Chief Thomas B. Millican !'vras' held in St. George's Chapel Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery

.Sam Gardner Jr. swam three miles told Councilmen that the depart I Well Known ActressMrs. of St. Mary's Church. Her nephew. tinder the direction of Hardage

4113 across Lake Geneva last Sunday ment was in need of approximate- Hav. Elmer LaZone Allen, vicar of A Sons Nor thsidt' Funeral Home

afternoon in two hours and 15 'y 200 feet of 2\2\ inch hose in! .
Marie La Zone. 77, died .
Keystone Heights Fla. m'nutes. ,.-- ..... .
} They were accompaniedby order to give protection to r'4 1 .. -..-
proper Dorothea MayoA Wednesday July 1, at her home,, oM""
Tommy Gardner and Herbie
the Keystone Heights elementary 4302 Pearl Street Jacksonville

Fri., Sat. July 21, 25 Nelson Jr. in a canoe. chool= building. The matter was LESSON IN DETERMINATIONHaving after an illness qf several weeks. f
Park Attendance
referred to Councilman Terrell She ;i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and her
Hits husband. Elmer*
High Figure ,
chairman of the committee on
Woman ObsessedWith Gold Head Branch State Park lived with a handicap I source of education for this determined LaZone, are both well known in''
public safety. I all of her life, Dorothea of I'
had a total attendance of 8,300 Mayo individual She has Starke, having lived here for a
study '
The committee assigned to I
Grandin thinks little about it- overcome handicaps that would number of years before moving to '
during the past week. The Mr. and
the franchise with
Susan Hayward ,Mrs. Club of Jacksonville, 250 Clay Electric proposed Cooperative Inc. just goes on with her two jobs- have caused many a weaker per- Jacksonville in 1927. I' HONEST.

strong, made efficient use of the recommended adoption of the instrument tending to her little sundries store son to give up long ago. The LaZones had a long and interesting ,
SUN. MON. TUES. and being a correspondent for "During the depression" Doro-
barbecue pit. Kingsley Lake Bap- as presently amended. theatrical career being .
nearby newspapers. thea recalls, "the WPA took over RELIABLE
tist Church members Saturday -
spent
Councilman Dodd alsomoved that owners and managers of their own *
July 26, 27, 28 at the park and everyone the Council accept the street Undeveloped muscles and nerves, the library and put me in charge"Because theatrical stock company for a :
an affliction since birth, have she kept such excellent
enjoyed a picnic lunch and a refreshing submittedby period of 46
contraot this
lighting years. During
as
Scared StiffJerry dip in Lake Johnson Clay Electric Cooperative, and kept this plucky lady cofined to records the library soon becamea time they toured the country I DEPENDABLEYour
afterward.R. a wheelchair all her life but she branch unit with a better salary
the Council voted approval of principally the southeastern !
hap learned to propel the chair for the libraran. But after the
.
H. Allen of Jacksonville
both. states, playing in theatres and
Lewis Dean Martin around her small WPA I
shop Betting was discontinued no funds
spent a week iii one of the park'scabins The treasurer's aso? under their own tent theatre.
report was accepted -
and managed to land a 9- milk from the ice box ice cream were available and the State Rehabilitation Authorized Ford and A-l Used Car
as follows: previous bal- from the freezer, merchandise 1.They usually spent the winter sea-
Wed., Thur. July 29 30 pound black Lass using a white or Commission helped son in Starke and older
ance, $3.306.78;. income $1,325.07; from the shelves for her her many
patrons. setup another store. Dealer in Bradford
Paw Paw. Fisning in the park as credits. $59.60: expenditures local residents: have fond mem- County
Between customers at her little "A man
from there, to
come see
almost everywhere has taken a .- ories of their and dramatic
$3,041.89. comedy
$1.646.56 balance.
; present -
Black stcre she is busy on the me
OrchidSophia slump during the hot weather.Beside's telephone one day.. and' asked what I performances.Mrs. .
setting the news of the neighbor- could do," she said- "He seemedto
Allen's black bass
Mr. ,
Lauren only a few bream and Warmouth held this Saturday evening, July hood and laboriously typing with think that I should try writing Lazone was born in Derbyshire BRING YOUR CAR TO US FOR
England, the daughter of
one finger her portable stories. I
have been taken.Fireman's 25, at the Keystone Airpark hangar. on type- tried one about a cat, I
Anthony Quinn writer. Each Sunday her pastor but I learned Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams.
soon that I
I Ball SaturdayThe starting at 9 p. m-, and continuing was
Rev. Robert Knight takes her to more interested in She was a communicant of. St.Mary's .'
I Annual Keystone Heights until 1 a. m. Music will writing the YOUR SERVICE NEEDS
Paran Baptist Church, and there .of iocal Episcopal Church in Ja k-I
J I Volunteer Firemen's Ball will be be by the All Stars andadmis- pews hapPenings.- and. I
sion will be $1 per person._ she gathers more news in conversations have"been doing that along with sonville. j,I
summer Recreation u Program = with friends and neigh- keeping store'ever since." BEides-her husband she is sur- I I

The Girls' Tetherball Tourna- bors.Working Born in Grandin, Miss Mayo vived by two sisters, Mrs. May j I _.
ment started Tuesday afternoon; is nothing new for this has lived there all her life excepta Blossom Allen of Jacksonville and -

WELCOME G'rl's Shuffleboard Tournament little woman., She helped her few years in Wichita Kansas before -

started Thursday. Tuesday after- mother Mrs. George H. Mayo, a she was nine. After the death

noon of next week the Girls' Volleyball widow for. many years, run a j of her mother in 1957 an aunt

AND VISITORSWe : Tournament will be start- mall store at Grandin. When her Mrs. Ella .Belisario came to live

SKIERS ed. Any girl age 10-16 interestedin mother become a semi-invalid 15 'Vith her and keep house. _

joining any of these tournaments years ago Dorothea took over the Located on State Road 100'aboutl!

will please sign up with Mr. store and has carried on ever midway between Keystone II )

Duncan at 1:45 p. m. at the Playgr since-: I Heights and Palatka the little'store

''und any afternoon. Armed with only one year of : does not do a large volume

Rain has caused many of theboys' formal.: schooling, she was taught I-+f business but through customers IMF

baseball games to be post- mostly from tutoring at home by the telephone and church
join our Chamber of Commerce and
ooned. These games will be played her mother who had been a Miss Mayo-keeps her active mind

other Civic groups in extending to you a during this week and next. chool teacher. A lending library. end busy typing finger on the FREEZER REFRIGERATOR COMBINATIONWITII

Schedules will be posted on the installed in th!! store, was anotherPat happenings of the area.

most cordial welcome to Keystone Heightsand bulletin board at the playground.
and Phyllis iYYYY..Y..YMELROSE
P..ny league is tied for first place
area. We hope you make the most of Shower For Miss! Brice<<
with two league games left to
the ladies of
Thursday evening,
our unsurpassed facilities for water sports play. he: Harriett Kelly Class of theFirst Automatic
Gourmets :Notice Baptist Church Sunday Defrosting

and other amusements, and invite you to With so much goin on this School: entertained at the home of By Joyce Rothbammer -- -

weekend you should be happy to 12 CU. FT.
Mrs. Irma Altman with a wed- TYYTYYYTTYYTYYYY.TTTTTTT
return early and often. know that the ladies of St. AnneV -
shower for Miss Kenny Sue
ling
Church are holding a Bake Sale Mrs. Eva Lsftwich left Mondayfor
on both Friday and Saturday for Brice whose wedding will be an her home in 'Detroit Mich
"vent of this weekend. All the
your convenience. Look for themat after a visit with her brother*in-
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA the City Park. .'adies of the First Baptist Church Jaw and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. T.

Plieglty Party sere invited. Mrs. Altman was as- Raj'burn, and mother, Mrs. Florence -

Friday evening, July 17 Darlene isted in serving her guests by Jackson. Now visiting the ;
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Mrs J. R. Smith and Mrs. Authur 298
Phegley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs "Jamford- Rayburns is their niece Miss

William Phegley, entertained 8 Glenda Smith of Resaca, Ga.
For Vanessa Millican
I Keystone' Heights, Fla. group of her friends at a party tc arty Miss Joyce Rothhammer cele- ;
Millican enter-
Mrs. Thomas
brated her 20th *
mark her 17th birthday. The party birthday Monday.
ained of at
a group youngsters
Member F.D.I.C. was held !In the Phegley home located Mrs. Gertrude Vervoort of Bu-
home Lake
'ier on Keystone on571day
near Lake Geneva. There ena Vista, Va. is spending August -
July 17, to honor her
were games, dancing: and refresh 6 with Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
laughter Vanessa, who"as
r ments. Guests included Chery! Neefus. ExchangeDON'T
Watt. Linda Cox Mary Ann Schaeffer -cars old. There were games and I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strand-
ForcMgI Then the rain started the children -
Susan Davis.: Margaret Muir. berg and daughter Paulette of
indoors.
had refreshments
George Canova Darlene Canova. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs
3uests were: Debbie Ridaught ,
Billy Phegley Linda White, Mickey Charlie Strandberg at their homeon
OPEN Robinson, Bubba Moody, Linda Margaret LaMee, Bob and Karen Lake Santa Fe over the weekend -
Williams Pam Anthony Beth BE MISLED! A112-Door Refrigerators not

Moody Sutton Carolyn DwightMitchell Jean Moody,,Mary Nancy Jackson. Greg Harris, Billy O'- Teena Rothhammer, daughterof are

Cones. Bill Cones, David LeDune Connor Christy Newman, Carol Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer -

SIGNS and Party Johnny For Jerry LeDune.Pawlikowski Baker\.'+n Glisson, and Suzanne Cindy Scales Belote., Susan spent visiting last her week grandparents in Gainesville the same. Hotpoint has two complete and separate systems -

Coffee For Mrs. Fiertz
Jerry Pawlikowski. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley.

y=-. and Mrs- Joe Pawlikowski. Mrs. Frank Harris entertained Mrs. Florence Jackson left One for Refrigerator One for Freezer.
celebrated his fourth birthday |at her home on Lakeview Drive Monday for a. visit with friends -- Step
on Thursday morning with a Coffee -
and relatives in Calhoun and
with Saturday after-
a party on

ON NEW BUILDING noon. Jerry play yard, with pic- for Mrs. Bob Fiertz. who with Smyrna. Ga. to Quality with HOTPOINT!
OUR nic table and swings of all sorts, her husband and daughter was Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Huff- up
moving: to Cleveland on the week-
made an ideal setting for a party. man and Tom Nelson of Live Oak _
end. Guests included wives of local visited: s 'and Mrs.-J. E. IRedl
There favors and n.
were re-
BEFORE FRIDAY! games DaPont men and other friendsof
freshments. Enjoying the party Cross and family last week.
the guest: of honor.
Miss Girmmett of Chatta-
were Cindy! Janine Scales Gay Shelley, Cathy Ruffini.Brault Susan Bake Sale I nooga, Tenn.Mary' is visiting her uncle We Finance All Major TV and Appliance Repairs

The Junior Woman's Club of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. M
We join the other Merchants and Widegren. Marcia Haberstroh.
Keystone Heights will hold a Bake Robinson.

Business Leaders, of Keystone Missy Whidden Baker Bobby Vickie Hendry Whidden Peter Sure Sa'e' at the city park on Friday Judy< Bishop of Orlando is L, .

cordial welcome Morgan, Hubert Few, Greg Har- and Saturday. July 24 and 25, visiting Gayle Cross. .
Heights in extending "
a
ris. Hal Eisenacher. Tommy'Paw- starting at 9 a. m. until sell-out. I Rev. and Mrs!. Daniel Stafford "Where Service Is Assured" -

to all skiers and visitors at the hkowski, Pat and Phyllis Tomaino. Personals and family have returned to theirhOlI.e ,
Mr. and Mrs Richard Gast of Oklahoma
in visit
after a
and Jerry's aunt. Mrs. Helen Williams -
Southern Regional Tournament, and Mrs. Ruth Evers both Brooklyn N. Y. spent two days with Mrs. Stafford's parents Mr.
last week at the White Feather '
Mrs-: Walter Mann.
July 24, 25, 26 of Visitors Wilmington.EntertainedPat Del. Curt' : Mrs. Gast is a niece of i'land Riddling of 'Orange Park REDFEARN'SYour

Mrs. Arthur Ruscher. The Gasthad s is visiting his'grandparents. Mr.
and Phyllis Tomaino, visitors -
been married on July 11, and I and Mrs. John L/Harpe-
from Chicago.,were entertained after leaving Keystone they continued Miss Mary McGee has returned .
by their hostess, Mrs. Joe .
BELOTE[ DRUG
STORE on their honeymoon to 1 from a visit with her cousin in
DauRr with "combination swim- -
South Florida. I Sanford.
ming party-luncheon Dealer
on Friday. Hotpoint for 14 Years
Mrs. Ella c. Bird who was injured Miss Pat Preston went to Atlanta -
Cathy McGlave and MarT'Ann
Keystone Heights Fla. in a fan some weeks is to visit '
I Schaeffer ago. her aunt, Mrs. H. PHONE
invited MrsMcGlave
were by j 9391 KEYSTONE
-- HEIGHTS, FLA.
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Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jackson- Mrs. M. D. Elder and familyvere Only Two Accidents Purchase any: model of Singer I St- Starke., F a.,. owner. I rcceivipg ,aeaaliaiag ;z1lCh as.

w, iJle were Monday visitors of Mr In Andalusia, Ala. from Sewing Machine Jtt .Denmark Dated this SSrd day of July X. Taxes sessments.and The the County Board Assessor qf .County of

"' 11 and.itrs. Inman Green.! Sunday to Wednesday visiting her Occur During Week. Furniture Co. tf Fl D.-.riEa 1959. at Starke. Bradford c-"Y,1, Commissioners may continue in.cessIon -
Henry Stefanelli of Starke and Barents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I 7i3-4t-l/l; I. from day. to Car for. one week
>-To-COiiTBACrORs' rr .&8 .long as necessary.All
.. the I
y Mr.'t. an Mrs- 'Rt&eH StefaaelL Stroud. Cpl. Carlos MuSgrove of
.
Sealed bids P..i9Dsbwn1n
.will be received at NOTICE !. property subject -
of Gain viDJe are QII'tWit week Mrs. Robert E. Tanner of Baldwin Florida Highway Patrol reported the Florida Highway Patrol Station. Notice is hereby given that the to c. assessment J in Bradford
two accidents oh state roads Palatka Florida.Jt>y the State Department County.'Florlda.rt: 'notified to appear -
visit; with relatives la Pennsyl- and C. J. Powell and Mrs.J only County Assessor' of Taxes for Bradford -
of Public Safety until *t such meet to IT. or meetings
. THE" County Florida Will meet with :
IN vania. H. Fields of 'Starke returnedlast within.the county during the past 10:00 A. M,- EST August 14. 19$'. the Board of County Commissioners to make such complaints or give
.... Mr. and Mrs James Lewis and Friday from a week's visit week. No injuries resulted. for the construction of a Highway ft sad; County in the office of the testimony as to the value of any

, "4_.. __ __ _. .5 family.spent the weekend at Daytona Musgrove said David Carson Patrol Station. Starke. Florida in Clerk of Circuit Court at SUrk, property real or personal as tiled
!. .ILL. ------- -- 'with their sister, Mrs. W. H. aeaordance with plan and e"itI-" Khiriila. at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Aug- nv the County Assessor of Taxes
*"fcf Beach. Ford at Mernlfc Island. Berrier, 603 Washington St., cations prepared by Prentiss Hud- rn S. A. D. 1959. for the purposeof upon ,his Assessment ronsas they
??,,. Mrs, G. W.. Williams and| Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. Mrs. J. R. Chancey of W. Palm Starke. was charged with failureto d lest on and Associates. Architectsand hearing complaint. and receiving may tfoisire. .
.
Engineers.Each: order of the Board of
Eoline Smith and Mrs.
Mrs. testimony as t* the value of any Given by
.,..daughters Carry, N. C- were I and family returned Wednesdayof Beach Mrs. F. H. Douglas of Anderson visited Mr. and have his vehicle under con- bidder will be held to have property, real personal or intangible County Commissioners of Bradford
last week from a ten day vaca- Alice examined: the site and satisfied himself FlorWa July 13. A. 1>. 159.
said County
Alachua personal as fixed by the
last and Mrs. T. Chastain trol after he slid into the backof
Tuesday to Thursday guests
I tion in Gatlinburg. Tenn. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mr. and as to all conditions dimensions, Bounty Assessor of Taxes on his (SEAt crncnT VClerk
week. of Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. of Hampton were Tuesday guestsof Mrs. Carl L. Johns and families a car driven by Mrs. Virginia facilities, etc, and to have examined Assessment Rolls for the year 1959. (Charles. Darby
Williams. points of interest in the Smoky I their sister, Mrs. Wesley An- Hilton Peterstown, W. Va. on the plans and specifications of and for the purpose of perfecting. Jt
at Elinor Village Daytona Beach
- Mountains. the work to be done and satisfied
Mrs. Charles Swartz of Alachua I drews. on Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. July 17.Musgrove. hhn .i Extra Bobbins save, time-Stock i A3C Dillard W. Judd of Home- .
iI said the
;:Was Wednesday guest of Mrs. F. B- I. Billy Clark and children tires on the Each bidder will submit his proposal -,
.:.BeardMrs- up with Sinter Bobbin at Den- stead is home on ten days leave 1556 Pontiac station wagon driv- on the Form of Proposal cop-, when you needRELIABLE .
- last visitorsof
of Ocala Friday
I mark Furniture Co. tf with his mother Mrs. Freeman were en by Berrier were dangerously fed on his letterhead duly signed.
Riley Wasdin and daughter Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green and Each bid shall be accompanied bya
] Mrs. Mae Jones and grandchildren Jchns and family. He was accompanied slick and that Berrier had noth- certified cashier's Check; in the
-- Linda-are spending the week- ,.Mike and Anita Jones and by Miss Glenda Ethertonof Mrs. C. D. Williams. ing to stop with when Mrs. Hil- amount of five per cent of the bid SERVICE
,. end with.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards Mrs. J. A Budd Jn. and childrenof Clewiston. :I Dress Sale At Stamp's.Mr. ton stopped behind other traffic which will be returned when the GAS ,
contract is executed or the proposalis
1 and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and
in Jacksonville.
. Jacksonville and Mrs. W. E. Misses Jackie Colle and Temple which had halted ahead of rejected.
II Middleton and Miss Madge- Mid- Hess of FSU spent the weekend family of Decatur Ga. were her on U. S. 301, about two miles Flans and specifications may be THINK OF
. examined at the Florida Highway GAS
!guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. : SLADE
a dleton were Tuesday guests of with Jackie's mother, Mrs. Del north of Starke. Patrol Office, Palatka, Florida. .
. Mrs. EL.. Matthews and familyat Colley and with friends in Jacksonville Vernon Silcox. Copies of plan and specificationsmay
Mrs. C. D. Williams is in Ocala Thestate trooper estimated be obtained from the Depart
and St. Augustine.Mr.
Kingsley Lake; and Tampa this week visiting I minimum damages to Mrs. Hilton's ment of Public Safety Neil Kirkman TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
and Mrs- Howe Moredockand ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor Duilding. Tallahassee Florida upon -
Florida were 1953 Pontiac at $350 andsaid
friends relatives. '
and of $13.90.
family of Coral Gables are payment
a visiting relatives' in. Georgia last Mr. and Mrs. C. Schneider Barrier's car was damagedto The successful bidder will be required PHONE WO 4-3551
Dell I
spending the at the
summer
r week. to furnish a performancebond
the tnue of $475.
cottage on Kingsley Lake. and family of Houston, Texas and payment bond satisfactory -. ..
a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer are visiting friends and relatives Both drivers were charged with to the State of Florida in the a- u'NGHOM- - .--- ,. -".,
and Mrs. V. Ingleright. -
Mr. C.
a of Charlotte N: C. and'Tom and were vacationing last week in the. here this week. Mrs. Schneiderwill traffic violations after an acci- I m.the.-.mt cobtract.of one hundred per cent of -- -q -

Theatre Jack Slade of Jacksonville Beachare Smoky.Mountains, N. C- be remembered as the former dent July 22 on SR 100 seven The Owner reserves the right torf'lpt.t
thee weekend with Starke. any or all bids.
spending miles west of
Freddie Wimberly.
added
Mrs. Pleze Goolsby has been DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
s Mr. and Mrsl Ti H. Slade Sr. to the Colonial Florist staff;I Frank Mitchell has been addedto Musgrove said Jessie Lloyd Lis- SAFETY BEFORE

r Harry Hatcher, m, and J. Roy Susan Easter of Gainesville is the Doctor's Hospital staff as ton, Lake City; had'stopped to let N.State KIHKMAN of FloridaH. ,.Director

: Chasteen are attending the Youth visitirff Barbara Blankenship this laboratory and x-ray technician.Mrs. arother car turn off the highwayin .!uZtTISIOTI'E |
SAT., JULY 25 Conservation camp on Lake Eaton week. C. Williams will attend: front of him but Liston did
L I OF lTETIOVTO
V I in the Ocala National Forest this I Big reduction on Ladies Dresses the Methodist School of Missionsin not give a hand signal and the RECISTKR FICTITIOUS H.UIEXotlce
a week. Stump's.. Lakeland next week. 1 brake lights on his G M truck is hereby' given that the Check With
I the provisions
r undersigned! under
u ; Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and were! not working. Listen's truck i. of Chapter 20,93). Laws of Florida,
I family/of Decatur. Ga. were over- and son Bish have returned from Mrs. L. J. Richardson and children was struck from behind by a 1959 Arts of 1941. will register with the !

night guests Sunday of Mr. and two weeks trip to California where 'spent' StmxJar: with' Mr'am Pontiac driven by Miss Miriam J- Clerk for Bradford of the Circuit County Court Florida in upon and All Companies

Mrs. Bob Taylor. they visited Disneyland and other Mrs. W. H. Bfcrbar. Jr.,. in Pet- Bayert Forest Park; Ill. receipt of proof of publication of

a u.a Mrs. John Caruso and daughter points of interest enroute.Mr. nandina death.; Mrs.: lance1 remained Miss Bayert was charged with I this Offset notice Printing! the; fictitious Co., under name which of

a of Jacksonville were last and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, there1 for' the weeP failure to have her vehicle under 1 am engaged in business at 864

Thursday visitors of Mrs. Henry Mjr. andMrs., H. M. Hatcher Jr. Mr.\ and Mrs. ,WoodroW' 'Dees control; and posted a $35 bond. Temple Maryon Ave.B., Arnold.tarke, 708 Florida.E. South I WE WILL FINANCE FOR .

StefanellL and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand \antf-daughters of l. ve" Oak were Liston was given a summons to ,

Miss Sylvia Paulk was the featured families and Mrs. H. L.II Sunday guests of! Mr.. and' Mist answer a charge of failing to 12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES
'''singer-on the Florida. Lore Brownlee and Miss Sandra Stith ;. IX Green; signal. Facts On Facial

1 3a program at the U. of F. Wednes spent Sunday afternoon at Junii Mr: and Mrs. Gilbert', Golctwire.Mis Damage to thecar was estimated Hair Removal 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES

,'ay evening for the Florida Home Charlefc Vhtfe'anct- Maty ,
Springs. '
. Demonstration Agents party who MrsGladys Weldon and daughter K t.herine'Wainwrfght'''were vteit- tained only'about at $175 and$50 the in truck damages.sus- By EDMUND DWYER MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW!

were' closing their 35th short Martha left Tuesday for two mg-relatives itt,J eksomlItrsun- Electrologbt

: HAL WAlUS TECHNICOLOR. course. weeks vacation in North Florida day For the women who suffer from We will finish your home, or we wlfl. pat In your Electric, Bath
1 a MMa' >nr.MgKi agGEORGE Real Bargains in Ladies Dressesat Georgia and Alabama.Mr. Mt: an&Mrs. &(&:LatfielcT'and Mr. And Mrs. Barnes excess hair on their face the Set, Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink, and Overhead pabfawU, all

.. 111a Stamp's.Sue and Mrs Robert Barksdaleand faa ttoi=" .ate rbor>tferecweekof'MJ. Buy'Roberts FarmMr. best way to eliminate this hair Plumbing and put up your' Sheet Rock, leaving very tittle for
Fr-J. 1. Ann Barnes: of children returned last Friday er t1guests : and'' Mrs W F. completely is by electrolysis. -- to do.
you
.. GoBELMlElGAYNOR Ga. is visiting Mr. and KingSland'1 from a ten day vacation in High- Hetkitlg: and Mrs. H. D. Barnes of Skin care L

. Vickers and family land, N. C.Attending. Newcastle, Pa: bought the' C. B.: .
Mr. and Mrs." B. A. Green and I the District meetingof Ill.1.F1sIftt1enI.Waelf l Roberts farm at Graham for hair; first removalthe const it \V>. don't charge for travel No_ down payment. Two month

.. children of Tavares are visitingher I the Wesleyan Service Guild in 6200. before first payment. No red tape DO high pressure sales.

DAVID MVEN parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. R.i Gainesville Sunday afternoon were dlnt t Mr. Barnes has been engagedit deration.tion of the Correc ar: ,>' 3. I men. We will can and explain everything to you (no charge).

Hutchins this week. Mrs. J. R. Hixon Mrs. Henry farmng in Pennsylvania andis S YOy I No obligation. You owe it to yourself to investigate before
will
flicted area
: Bob Smith returned Saturday I Godwin, Mrs. W.' L. Blair Mrs- Charges fg ed in'--County Court also a retired construction leave the buying from anyone. We have gone out of our way to help
ithellirclsl.ir after the FSU music last! week ranged1.from* fishing sk1I1f'f.
attending
Nelson Green and Mrs. Rebecca .
i wotk r. He plans to do a little
for six weeks- without a license to assault and tone smooth and+p<> ,, others, and we can help you. ,
..' camp Simpson. arming>at Graham flawless Even ::'_i-<"" "..,
: Mr. and Mrs. C. R.-Jones of Singer Sewin&-IIaehine'Needles battery; d isa' "i
: the.- : Scottsboro, Ala. were Sunday at Denmark Furniture Co. tf Teen-ager J. C. Warren and Mrs. Etpiina*Roberts' widows of
with the aid of a magnifying
Roberts has .
C. purchased'theIrt
WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER
1 cwa a' i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Alice Anderson visited her paratrooper Van' Precott were P. ShepanTresidence'on the glass it is not possible to detect
tl! JjOSPlus TECHNICOLOR Thomas. Jr. uncles, I- B. Burton and C. C- Bur- charged with assault 'and batteryon .
the skin '
corner of Watet'''and Washington area where excess TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES, Inc.
1.*....................* George Walker of New Orleansis toiv and families at Orlando from the person of Walden-B. Wads- Sts. in Starke for $7,80d' and: will hair has been removed.
worth in the early P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth
the guest this week of Mr. and Friday to Monday.Mr. morning nouns Mr. Edmund
Dwyer office is
make her home there.
"Casper Takes Bow Mrs. B. T. Thomas.Mr. and Mrs: Proctor Snowof of July. 18. Warren was arrested I located at 107 West University Bowling Green Keystone Heights
Charles W. Mc- and later freed under $500 bond
and Mrs. Dublin, Gag were Sunday to Ave.
,,"ow' Cartoon. Quaig of Waycross spent the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. but Prescott, a paratrooper staUoned Marriage Licenses' 28038for. Gainesville.an appointment Telepnone; FK Florida Phone 4123

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. D. Vining. in Kentucky left town to I I ., ., .
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(Adv. .
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Sun., MM.- July-26) ,. 7 I,. Williams. Richard Williams returned ._and, Mrs. George. _Hu g1ns return to duty before the affi- Marriage licenses issued by .
'With. them'for a weeks and ,family have*nturn d*, from davit agalnst'hhrrVas put into County Judge' T.; A. Yawn during --- -- --

two weeks vacation at Bedford the hands of 'police officers. His July were: = ,

H r COLUMBIA PICTURES prm**' l' visit.Mrs.. L. M. DeSha of Wildwood bond was also ,set -at $500. Lacy James Norman. 54, and

DORIS JACK pent from Saturday to Thursday Lake.Miss Lillian Stump. visiting Warren has been arrested-'on Maggie Elvira Crews 60. both of

with Miss Kate Struth.Mr. Mrs. Richard Fowler and,-famly previous occasions. A charge of Lawtey. ROBBINS' SUMMER CLEARANCE ANAl ;

ii'DAY'LEMMONit and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, in.Eau Gallie this week. malicious injury which was filed. Kenneth Lee B .gwell, 40, of ,

t ERNIE KOVACS Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmiat of against him on Feb. 7, 1959, was Starke, an :Mrs.! J. R. Kite spent the weekend Wauchula visiting Mrs. Ef- later dropped but he still faces '
-ii aLl were 34, 'of Bell; Fa.' Ii
r: I III .in the Scrub. fie, Johns on Sunday- Mrs-,Johnsalso trial on an assault and battery
Thomas Roy Woods. 37, and REMOVAL i
STILL
s Susan Wiggins is visiting, her ,had,, as weekend, guest Mrs. charge growing out of the same Clara Louise Beckmafi, 30,' both ; SALE IS GOING ,ON!
MI incident.
j cousin Jane Mayer in Jacksonville Henry Carter of .MazviUe. of Starke.
jt t .this week. Tommy Huggins is home after Simon Trison was arrested by ..-. 0>' f
I f Mr.. and Mrs. Foster Smith of spending month with his grandmother Deputy Charles Cox and charged I Wilton Ozell Hart, 19, of Raiford. )
I )
\ with driving while intoxicated. and Iris Virginia McCul-- i
I Uladenboro. N. C. were guests Mrs.- Louise Jeffords in

.EASTMAN COtORI several days. last week of Mr. and High ,Springs: Trison! posted.$200 bond on July lough 18*,'of Starke-" : : Ladies' ( /) Ladies' e1.99d' ;

J ,AN ARW1N PRODUCTIONS Mrs. Orie Wiggins.Mr. Mr and Mrs. V. R. Fergusonand 20.Three James Markeet Pa-rtsb2o; of _

and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of J.G. Davidson have,returned men posted bonds of $25 I Lake* Butler; and"'Delores Opal <:;' -. t. t
Plus "Ghost of the Town" Atlantic Beach and Mr-and Mrs. from a' five weeks vacation in each after being charged by Game Starling, 17; of Starke. + ,\ *

Cartoon. Lowell Mathews of Neptune Beach Oregon Yellowstone National Warden W. Jackman with fishing ; SummerDRESSES ( Sandals:% I ILadies'

were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Park, Virginia and North Carolina .without a license but a fourth Funeral Services For ) ( #, t
Mrs. Gar! Mathews. visiting friends and relatives man Chris Harper pleaded guilty .
Tues., 'We July 28, 29 Mr;and Mr&Bruce Cox of Jacksonville enroute. to the same charge and was sentenced Groover H. Thomas'IeldAt : -- J

wererweekend guests of Mrs. Blanche Englander and to pay a fine of $25 or I-t New Hope : Summer '

COlUlotN Mr. and -Mrs..Guy Sale. and serve five days in jaiL Those '
daughter of-Fort Lauderdale- i

; ""''-1'.3 Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa spent posting bond were George WV Groover'' HJ Thomas, 71, of i Dress Shoes; 3.99W

-rl Sally, visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday to Tuesday with -Mr. Hawksley Ray 'Burnham'and ''H:! 'Brtoker,' died 'Wednesday; July I 3i89; i

Guy Dyal in Green Cove Springson and Mrs. .L. D. Green-and"Mrs- Ronald Weatherington.Au .- 15,'after'a brief illness. He was'a" (

Tuesday. HenriettaHunt.. -affidavit signed by G.:J. Me .natIVe, of Alachua -County. i.f
Replace 'your old sewing ma- Mrs. .Robert.Powell and ,sons Grtff'harged Francis It;:Sheartn Funeral services'were held

t chine belt with a new Singer Belt Robbie and Bill of Newton, N. C. with .worth1ess check Thursday; July '16. ''in''the'" New t And Up Li 'i- Sandals 1.00

from Denmark Funitnre Co. tf spent ,last Saturday with their in i the amount of'$295. HOpe> Baptist Church, with'burial r j jf

4 F 1 Mrs. Mattie Gahagan has been aunt Mrs. J. H. Fields. ia'.the''cl1arch-cemetery

I visiting. relatives in Savannah Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulknerand Lake Biitler; }Resident-\, Surviving are his- riJe'r: four f.

Ga. and Bhiffton S. C. She and, family of Lakeland and 'Mr. daughters Miss"Mftdred'-Thoma ;; t BERMUDA \len's\
I Dies''At. Fort My 1
1t son and daughter-in-law Mr.and and Mrs- Robert Faulkner of CM Mrs." IreneStarling':!Mrs: Tffiiatfj ,

Mrs. R.'E. Gahagan. Jr. are now Jacksonville .were Sunday visit Benjamin Franklin Wilson; and'Mrs.;Rosa Lee'Geoo-i t S OrtShirts I
en -an-'ea1ended tour of the New of Mrs..Ben Faulkner and Mr. Renfroev8ejof IlShoii'97cL
ors ->' Lake.Butler; cied-Wednesday var: fofr. -sour; James f WobdYpw: ;
Plus. "Mice Capedes" Cartoon England(States and Canada., and Mrs.: Paul Faulkner. at Port Myers''A'liere'.be r had R.'V.. ana Wilbur; three'brothers.. 1 '
Mr. and/ Mrs. John .Kunig ..of Mrs and.Mrs. Herbert Green R.T:Bob'and Tim."aWof'Br! ot2
been visting-'his 'daughter MrsArt. ,
Jacksonville, the former Dolly .B. Fields : j_- __j4Blouses97c
and r family.and Mrs. J. erth 'ee"S1Sters.'JrIri. AdaTowiRsend'antrMfi
1 .rA
Thun, Fri. July 30 ,31 Pace.Mr.Renfroevwas'born. .
Sullivan leave Friday for three were in.Jacksonville-; Sunday visit- ; -in-Her* : Minute Townsend,' f J 1'.i'49 \..0f -

weeks-vacation in Balt&nore,,Md ings' Mr. and J.m.-R..E-Tanner Fait-Lsucferda1 ant:!'Mrt..RtibdtfHines :
nando County on March 11, '1873, : .
visiting his mother and visiting i\ 1 I
;; :Jacksonville.. '
the of the late = .
Jr.W. son Solomon. .
tr relatives in Canada. and Mrs..Al Harley ( ,Kingwood And Up .
and Emaline
Linda Patty and ,Bill Rosier ,.W. Va are spending this Sapp Renfroe. He
retired farmer Conservation Officers 1
\was a and a mem-
spent theweekend with their and
: untie weekwith their parents,"Mr.
1\
.re and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. .H. Mrs.- A. H. Harley, sr. and.Ur. ber Besides of the Mrs.Christian Pace Church.he is Vie F Free VacationFive

Dittmar in Jacksonville white and, ..Mrs. Barney ,McRae. They survived .

their- parents, Mr. and Mrs.. N."B. brought back their.niece and--ne by two other daughters, members of-the 'Bradford CHILDRENS Menis Dre& Pants 4,99
Mrs. Phyla Turner of Lake Butler, j I
t. Rosier
were vacationing at DaY phew.Beverly and Mark Crawford,
Soil Conservation District
and MrS. Mfldred govemiro -
Wilkes of Ft. i
toga and Neptune Beaches with Dresses
who had spent a month '
Mrs.. Peggy Shaller suffered a them. Myers; one son Joseph E. Ren- ? body'have'entered the National (WASH 'N' WEARs ) i
Soil'Conservation Awards
froe. and one sister. Mrs.
black eye Tuesday when she got .Mr.- and Mrs. John Phillips' of Mary ort+gram; red'brTe'Goodyear' : ,
.'wKcot MRDGS'dmiaglf+ib In the way o a pitched baseballat Tampa were last Tuesday to Thomas Doth'of Lake'ButIer.. 1.99 Boys' WesternDoable .
Uagjt} tmmn Robert BatmAN Funeral services will be held company.Those'
Campo the home-cf her at and'Mrs- a
Mr.
S daughter Thursday guests of comoetuvr a Knee / t:
AMEUCMTESMnK ttLrlCn in the Long Bridge Christian are J.B. :
the State Farm.- J. G. Holton. '
Church near Lake Butler at 2 White. Zedra Hamilton, S. J. Me- And Up ,

p.' -m. Sunday with Rev. M. 'M. Garvey. L. U. Morgan Jr., and

CITY Thomas officiating. Burial win meter Shi'Smith; district chair- Dungarees: I;
FISH MARKETOperated '
& MEAT 'SHOP TP
r follow-in the family plot in Sapp man. = SAVE e .
i Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jonesin Jwfzinjr r.ommlftees.UW FOR: BACK TO

by Ernest Allen, Former Manager of charge of arrangements. of outstanding Florida'conserva- JSCHOOL! L a$

i1 4 t tipnists. will dPtmrdne the state' 1.49'
Setzers Meat Market outstandine. ''district'for t
Small''Claims! Court' the oeriod I

Scheduled July'28 Mfrr t9td'on'1. the'195-throucrh'basis of total ADrir points 30. I :. ':f A Back-To School Item! -' j

Fresh Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar:Key. scored In performances .of. 'regular 1. .. Boys' Short SleeveiI' i I Ir

ALL KINDS AND _.Twenty-one, cases/ involving duties. A
-OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY '
claims-totaling, $2,243.54. are One member of the winning district : SportShirts.:

OPERATION DAMES"stanintEw'* *. PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIES Scheduled' to be heard in County poT rnrn 1ibcidy'and the ton t. ,
V. y-f ClwckHeaderua'Oraedf Small Claims Court next Tuesday. coowrating farmer or rancher s ROBBINS'I
AA M t.u"ll'\n.lI\ATIOIW.nJW' i ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES '. 1.00 1.A
Three other ,small claims' wilt named by' that district win re- J. I
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PJu.I lI n. Tom arrow"? Cartoon. .. ALL DAY be* heard on...luI1-30. rpfre an -ertense-free vacation 1
Open Sunday '
.AH:claim: ,cases involving less trip "to Good7ears winter '-resort Back-To-School Item!t. THE 'STORE OF VALUES

,. Siin'$lOO are heard In,the Small in Arizona.'"Pla'ms"'wm 'be fiwtutfetr1 -
'617 E. Brownke-PhonWO ,1093.-- Starke, Flau .- J
.. Clams'"Court:Larger claims Sari to 'the first and second -- -- -
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f-r Softball Playoffs Lady Driver Charged Rain Falls Every DayRain Three SentencedIn 90 days in jail for assault and bat
tery. Lyles was convicted on the

Slated MondayPlayoffs After Having AccidentAn fell every day last week County CourtThree charge May S, but was put onrobatlon.

His sentencing
came
accident at the intersectionof except Friday according to the persons were sentenced in slier he violated the probation.
will begin in the Softball I
South Water and East Madison report of the Forest Fire Control County Court this week by JudgeT.
League Monday, with the
streets Thursday afternoon, July Unit: with the heaviest rain 11.1 A. Yawn CARD OF THANKSOur
second half of the season being
i ...maxa cut short by rain. II:, did minor damage to a 1954 irehesl on Saturday. Beginning Ace Hodge 17-year-old white heartfelt thanks to an who

Gladys Mooty 4it Two games are scheduled for Chevrolet two-door sedan and a Tuesday the report lists .4 inches j|m.n. pleaded guilty to driving extended comforting sympathyand

if .. v- --.." ...... r -.,. __ ...r.. Monday night with the Garden. 158: Chevrolet truck. Wednesday .1. Thursday .15, Friday without license and was sentencedto help in our recent sorrow.
Restaurant playing Company Cat The car driven by Mrs. Flo Lyons 0, Saturday 1.1, Sunday_ .1, eight days in the county jail. Ako the beautiful service, flowers
Mrs. L. A. Canova ] Barbara BlankenshipAnd 7 o'clock and Keystone_Heights i in turning left from So. and Monday .4. Hodge was given credit for the end other kindnesses. We are

Elected PresidentOf I Carol Ward taking on Development Commission Water hit the truck owned and There were no woods fires dur- seven days r 3 had spent in jailsrce deeply grateful.
,t operated by John David Diggs, his arrest on July 13. The Oliver .
at 9:00. Only one game issciieduled ing the week and the number of Family.IVA'
Alderman Clan To Attend WorkshopCarol for Tuesday night asWaldo Negro farmer.The truck, traveling fires reported since Jan. I, 1959is Negro Jessie Randolph, Jr.,
west on East Madison was dam- pleaded guilty to voluntary intoxication -
meets State Mainteanance 29. For the same period last
of Starke was Ward and Barbara Blank- I at the fender with "rF.D Dean Cotton Rap.
Mrs. L. A. Canova 4 SOP at 7:30. aged right rear year there were 93. There have and was sentenced to

elected president of the Southern enship will attend the Youth t_ Two of the winners of Mondayand estimated cost of repairs in excessof been 164.6 acres burned in the :pay a fine of $25 and $12-50 court No Clean.Pants Bradford No Shirts, Most Be
Branch of the Alderman family $50. copts or serve 45 days in jail. County Nr-
of county this with
Workshop at the University I year as compared .
,at the annual reunion of the clan m '2xRa" 4; Tuesday's games will play Mrs. Lyons who said she car- 572.4 for the period of 1958. I Johnny Lyles was sentenced to graph.NEW
Florida. July 27-31, as representatives same !
held at Kingsley Lake last week. Thursday. July 30, at 7:30 p. m. ried no liability insurance, agreedto
: of BHS Teen Time. j The third will meet the winnerof '
of pay
She succeds B. Alderman damages; No estimate was -
Grandin. The girls, who are both tenth Miss Clara Beckman Thursday night's game in the made of the damage to the right

Other officers elected included grade students were selected .by Woods finals Friday night..- v front fender of her car. She was
Basil Perry of Wildwood vice- the Youth Council which directs Weds Tommy I Final standings in the league charged, by city police who investigated -

president; Mrs. S. E. Kennedy of Teen Time activities. They will for the entire season are: the accident, with having HOMESAND
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden an-
Keystone Heights, secretary; and have training in student government .W L I no driver' licenses and with

Nat:: Alderman of Pooler, Ga.,'i organizing and conductingTeen nounce the marriage of their Garden Restaurant 15 0 !failure to yield the right of way.Pleading .

treasurer. I I Centers. niece Miss Clara Beckman, to Keystone Hts. .7 7 I! guilty to both charges

Approximately 75 persons'from I Carol is the daughter of Mr. Tommy Woods on July 9. The Waldo 7 8 in Mayor's court Monday morn-

throughout Florida, Georgia and I and Mrs. W. R. Ward and Barbarathe marriage was performed by Judge State Mt. Shop 7 8 ing Mrs. Lyons was fined $27.50
far north Baltimore Md. daughter of Mrs Margaret on each charge but sentence '
as as I Brooks of Lak2 Butler. Attendingthe Develop. Comm. 5 8 was
participated in the annual family Blankenship. Company C 2 2 suspended and she was put on LOTS
I couple were Mrs. W. C. Rho-
gathering.Mr. probation for 30 days.
den. aunt of the bride, and Mrs.
and Mrs. Tommy Clay of Mr. And Mrs. MoenchHousewarming Post To Plan "
Rose Lee, sister of the groom. Legion
selected
East Palatka were as
chairmen for the 1960 reunion Have After a trip to South Florida, Membership Dinner PRI"TARKE

which has been tentatively set for Mr and Mrs. Woods are residingat

next July in Palatka. Mr and Mrs. E. R. Moench 418 N. Walnut Street. The annual membership dinner, :
Highlighted during the reunionwas were honored at a housewarming committee appointments, and FOR SAL

the memorial resolution on Monday evening at their new Starke Methodists plans for the Junior Baseball Fri., Sat. July 24, 25 I
the death of George Alderman of home on Ballard road. team, and school awards for

Lake City, a former officer of the The 16 friends who participatedin Attend ServicesIn next year will be on the agenda TEMPESTVan

family who passed away last year. the housewarming enjoyed when American Legion Post 56 Heflin, Sylvana Mantano ...

card games and refreshments during JacksonvilleA holds its regular meeting at 8 Flame of the Islands IN

Mrs. Hunter. Hosts the evening.Vacation p. m. Tuesday, July 28.
group of Starke Methodiststook Post Commander Seeber Good- Yvonne De Carlo

Cafeteria WorkersMrs. part in the Springfield Meth- man asks that members of the Plus 2 Cartoons -2
Bible School odist Church, Jacksonville, Sun-
Bradford County Fair Committeebe
Sarah Hunter entertainedthe day evening services last Sunday. sure to attend in order that SUN., MON.\ TUES. PARKWOOD ESTATES
Planned At MelroseDaily
Starke Elementary Cafeteria Mike Goldwire of Starke, who is plans may be made for a meetingof July 26, 27, 28

workers at a lawn party Tuesday Vacation Bible School director of youth activities at the entire fair committee. Stranger In My Arms
morning at her home on W. that church this summer, was in County Agent George Huggins
June Arson Jeff Chandler
will be held al St. Anne's Epis-
Lafayette street. Melrose charge of the Sunday evening nd; Commander Goodman announced Pratt Westmoreland and Jefferson Streets -
Enjoying the affair were Mrs. copal Church in starting services. that a general fair Taming Sutton's Gal .
27, from 9 to 11:30a.
i;.' Edwards, Mrs. Bill Graudon, Monday. July George Huggins directed the meeting will be held soon to be- John Lupton. Gloria Talbott
Class will continue daily
Mrs. W. E. Lawson, Mrs. A. J. through m. August 1. congregational singing.Singing ina gin work for this annual event in Pins Color Cartoon for Children Starke, Florida
Mrs. M. H Gresham, Mrs '
,2ender: October.Joe .
quarette were M, W. Lance,
Children from pre-school Wed., Thur. July 29 30
age ,
Bob Taylor Mrs. John Shanbarfger. George Huggins.Gilbert Newcomb, Gray, Second Vice Com- '
Mrs. Clarence Rhoden, Mrs. (14 or 51 through 6th grade are mander that'Ii' Catmen of ParisCarl
and Gilbert Goldwire., Mr. and announces program
|Tom Harding, and Sonia Hunter. eligible to attend. Mrs. Newcomb sang a duet and -Holiday Tips" will be Esmond Leore Aubert and PHONE WO 4-2111

:Z Mr. Newcomb sang a solo. presented after the business meeting Adele Mara

FOR DEPENDABLE PLUMBING Also attending the services ;. The Monte Carlo Story OR WO 4-8681
from here
Mrs.
were Hugginsand
i f AT ECONOMICAL PRICES family, Mrs. Goldwire Mrs. Doyle Conner NamedTo Marlene Dietrich I

,Charles Wade. Chuck Newcomb Plus Cartoon _
CALL"EDWIN and Mary Katherine Wainwright. Poultry Committee

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JOHNS Representative Doyle E. Connerwas --4
Ethel Biggs Circle
appointed last week as a

F' Phone WO 4-4975 First Baptist WMUEthel member of the interim committeeen
poultry that was set up by the
I (Goldwire Servicenter, Next to Winn-Dixie) Biggs Circle of the First 1059! Legislature.

Baptist Church WMU met Tues- Conner was one of six namedby
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COMPLETE INSTALLATION
day night. July 14, at the home House Speaker Thomas -D.
OR REPAIR WORKANNOUNCING I
i of Mrs. Ben Hall with Mrs. Sid Beasley. Six more members are to

Shuford and Mrs. N. B. Rosier as be appointed by Senate President RRICE SLASHED

co-hostesses. I Dewey 'Johnson.Other .

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Barley included Representatives
THE INSTALLATION MrsGeorge Anderson, a programon Sim Mitchell and Ray Mattox, I
the subject, "Christian Witnessing -
and poultrymen James P. tittman
OF ASTEAM in Loulsana", was presented of Quincy. Dr. Wayne Neal of ON FAMOUS MAKE'
by the program chairman Mrs.
Tampa and James E. Wells of 4+s 4kj.
:S. L. Peek Jr.I .

CLEANERFor I During the business session, Auburndale. OFFICE TYPEWRITER '. '

I conducted by the circle chairman Plans _
Keystone t- ,
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Mrs. C. A. Knight, arrangements,' : w 4(4?
a First Class Job of Cleaning Motor and Under Car- were discussed for planning to Fireman's Ball P r Y

,rigae of Cars and Trucks. Removes all Dirt, Grease, attend Ridgecrest WMU Week
and Carburetor Varnish. Non injurious to Paint. It starting August 6. The eighth annual Firemen's

has been proven that a clean motor runs about 20 de- Ball of Keystone Heights Volunteer -

cooler than Let clean in New Presbyterian Fire Department will be held ',. .
grees a dirty one. us yours Saturday. July 25, at Keystone .t .' [(f.f j Ix r v.+e'.) ;4 3'i;' Fn ) .1./r/N,. .

less than an hour's time. Minister ArrivesBarry 'Airpark, with music by ,Larry f 'rylr::! S.p::w... 'l' I

Gibson and his orchestra.
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D. VanDeventer, new Members of the department say : : _.. .... /!>: v.4'f'jn; Y. r4 r/'
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pastor of the First Presbyterian they have planned a gala affair ...- -' :-1J ,r .
Church, arrived Monday and will because this is the weekend of

f ONE MILE SOUTH ON U. S. :.101 conduct services here Sunday.Mr. the Southern Regional Ski Tournament the! NEW E

VanDevcnter graduated in Heights.to be held in Keystone ;., Y ,: '

May from Union Theological ,
The dance is part of the annual #' )
Seminary in Richmond Va., and
drive for funds to support the
will be ordained and installed in 'f
services at the church here on fire department that answers H ,. ...
Aug. 2, by committee from the alls all over the lake region and '',,-'t4,, : : '.
I 11 I PIECE BEDROOM GROUP a .-- ItP' -
Suwannee Presbytery.The gives residents of the area a
chance to have a good time ando '
new minister and his wife, "
give financial aid.

Laurie, are residing in the Presby- Tickets for the dance, which r ,, .
teran Manse on N. Cherry St. starts at 9 p. m., will be on sale ;:

.K S -ak w at the door and the Civil Air .
Mrs. Francis Meng Patrol will sell refreshments. ; ;

Honored At ShowerMrs. .
::- .; .I.;: :era':

Francis Meng was honoredat 90 DRIVEINTHEATRE

a stork' shower Thursday even -

ing, July 16, given by Mrs. Henry

Stefanelli, Mrs. Robbie Shaller, ; 4q ..'' .
Mrs. Joe Wallace and Mrs. Gladys On Route U. S. 90

Weldon The at Weldon the home home of the was latter.at- BALDWIN, FLA. SMITH-CORONA 0 PACEMthklweekTohly. AK E R

tractive for the of seasonal occasion with flowers.arrangements Show Time 7:45 PJtf.

Clip This Ad and bring _" ,
1--Double Dresser Feather Pillows Games were played during the
with
you. Good for one
party hours and prizes awarded
Bookcase Bed 1--Bed Spread to Mrs. Shaller, Mrs. Al Hartmannand FREE Admission to this -

Mrs. Paul Meng. Delicious program only. ; 179.50EasytoUso
$
1--Chest of Drawers Boudoir Lamps refreshments were served to the
17 guests after the games. Fri, Sat. July 24, 25 .

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1-Box Spring l-Night StandIInnerspring .
Supreme ForestWoodmen's I THE TALL T ) J .nus. TAX=
Packed .todI(
Mattress Circle 'with. atUihtstiFulI..:
Randolph Scott -sue' Office :
Typewriter Fea tore: ] ,
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Members of Supreme Forest -PLUS- _

Woodmen's Circle are invited to The Buccaneer .' FtothtrJignt i> Touch and Supr-Sp.td Action '- _. _
.' feaatiful. Sharp Writ _
2095EASY meet at the home of Mrs. Ira t ..
? Yol Brynner, Carlton .:Fa sd flick-st1 Tabulation, '
1 Wilson, Monday at 8 p. m. for a *
Heston "Quickset
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EASY
PAYMENT AVAILABLE''
social meeting.
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> Miss Barbara Thomas daughter Sun, Mon. July 26, 27 f{Standard 14-Choracter, Colorspeed Keyboard \ ". s

TERMS of Mr. and Mrs R I*Thomas, .:Intrthaj fleoble Platens X r
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win be the distinguished guest. Fire Down BelowRita '.' SmartTwaloM finish' with..Reinforced AWtwl t _.ITsWDAYfBradford .. _
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FURNITURE COStarke County Telegraph
Street Baptist Church will meet BROKE LOOSEChas.

Tuesday evening .Ju17'28, at 7:30
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tAGE root BftADTOKD COUKTY TRJHnUPH, yon FLORIDA THURSDAT/JTLT i's;IMS I
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."!'- "' -_, -1" -.!If "" l _,-;_.. -," ,. ar liTEIeal' Hampton. Their fix Life r vnw r:Course

editorial A < '- z s children are all married and living '

., former's Diary away from hcme- One son Begins August .
: : .
Hampton Gerald, lives on an adjoiningfarm.
P. D, lives in Dundee, andC. A course in Senior Red Cross
Boost_$ For The LibraryIn By Sam McCar Py i, E. at Haines City. Two daugh- Ufe- aVing, which win begin Aug.

catching the snakes. Can't say as Couple y., ., :- ters. Mrs. Miriam Kelly, and Mrs. 3. is open to boys and girls who
earmarking one-half mill of the new tax we blame him.We're Grace Beal live in Miami and have reached their sixteenth yearor
1 Mrs. June Ellis in South Carolina. are in the eleventh grade.
levy for uses of the county library, the Commis- Recall
They also have 19 grandchildren Classes will be held at Strickland's -
still trying to learn some
sion has made further expansion of this facility k
thing about Fort Crabbe, an outpost and 19 great grandchildren.Now Landing each morniai!
with all the attendant cultural advantages
possible, '
indian that they no longer farm. through
: during the Semincle Days.When from 9 to 11:30. running
that a large, well-equipped library can af- I V*sr. which was located somewhere Mr. and Airs- Adkins are thinking Monday, Aug. 10 with no classes

ford.With II I along New River The name about: moving to' town probably held on Saturday or Sunday.Those .
one-half mill or more budgeted locally 1.> of no help, as supposedly it Kf Hampton. Both are sociable people interested are asked by

for' library expenses, the county can join with Shorty Rowe says the wet sea- was named for the officer in ,r 14 >r n visit and friends.often walk into town to Recreation Director Bob Benner.
of building it, as was Fort
ethers in the to that son has held his cows back from cargo the course. to
area form a regional library ; Harlee. MenAnd W? will probably make a trade who will conduct
will be eligible for matching Federal funds and putting on weight, and declares f .4 and move to town just to be near register with him, or Mr. Strfcck-
state funds that have in the nast been approximately they seem in worse shape now Until recentlr: the mockingbirds w things. is the way they put it. land not later than July 28-
than they did this time last year.Apparently .
25 per cent. The half mill yield after have been the "bosses" of the sky -
there is a lot of grass,
discounts and other minor deductions will yield but too much water has taken the"strength" around cur r1t; e.- -: 'Now 'some I ',..,"
about $3.500, and, with the $720 usually budgeted out of it and it doesn'tproide. Crashers: ; have robed in, and Mules

for library purposes bv the city; would, total much .nourishment.. till while prefer they are the more mockingbird'ssong. colorful we The New Scr/pto/ |V
close ,to $4,200 the base figure used for comput-
Some say it is hard to tell
ing state and federal Had our'dog Pete inoculated Worked
.matching funds. the! in between
Among the advantages that can be! expected against* rabies. Other by dog"Doc"owners Muilinslastweek. 'at tie; mockingbird difference and song the thrasher, ... Business line Ball Pens i it

but not that much of an H
from a regional library are: a full-time, trained the time agreed that inoculationis were rd

librarian for the area, more books longer library a small price to pay for protection expert. f f/

hours, enlarged children's and reference depart- against rabies which, once Alice is still tdding to the plantings -, and Refills .
contracted, always results in Mr. and :Mrs. j. E. Adkins
ments, services of a bookmobile for small com-. !around our place. This week
death. ...,
B"
munities, and possibly? larger library space. she got a Rose of Sharon bush "Miss Pency Andrews, daughter worked mighty lara and when the FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITINGt

Nearby counties have shown an interest in We're anxiously watching the and a variety of holly known as a of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph An- sun went down you knew you had .

joining such a regional set-up, with Nassau! few pears we have on our Orient Mahoney. drews of Lawtey, became the brideof done a day's work" he declared.Mr. .
County already set to go. Baker County Commissioners [blight resistant] tree. We're James E. Adkins son of Mr. : and :Mrs. Adkins used torn : \: only 25c each } '
Sam keeps gathering plants, and Mrs. Eli Adkins of New River, ,
hare,also invited members of the afraid that one of these nights a on ; ke their own syrup and put up
varmint will get them, and then shrubs and young trees out in the in a simple home ceremony on most of their own food. Cash
Bradford
County Library Board and a state library w .11 never find out what they woods, and then goes almost April 18; at which Mayor Wil- came from produce sold locally ,
consultant to discuss 'the matter, and interest taste like. crazy trying to figure out what liams officiated. and shipped to Atlanta. Their 1; I REFILLABLE! Ti jV I
has been expressed by citizens of Clay and the heck he has.' For instance, This' might well have been a cotton was ginned at Lake But.
Union. They'll have to be good to equal this week he got a piece of vine social item of 1896 for it was 63 ler and shipped from there by rail .

Our own library has made much progress in the "apple-pears" that Truby 'wi'h a grape-like leaf that has years ago that this happy couple Corn which was an importantcrop iritiMUOco.
Wainwright has. He bought thema thorn and ha spent many: hours were married. New, after a full because it was sold for cash f >
the past few years. Started some 25 or 30 years long time ago from a peddler looking through a plant book for and active life, with'plenty of and also used for feed, was always .
ago with a private collection donated by the first! who cams through this country, it hard work, Mr. and Mrs. Adkinsare something of a problem because ,
librarian, Mrs. Jeannette C. Young, the local and they have produced a lot of .5. living quietly on their farm workers were afraid to d JrY BLUE '1'f'

library-was sponsored and housed until two years good. fruit You'd think it would be easy! near Hampton. break corn in the Adkins' fields- -
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.Cgo by'the Starke Woman's Club. .' to identify oaks for instance. We Mrs- Adkins, an attractive woman The farm was: known for the 1 \ \ BLACK t'\\, 1

Sam's busy these days cuttingout have several' growing along. our of 78, does her housework and number of big rattlesnakes found \ RED ...Jr..
Then at the of the committeeof }
request library dog fennel to get rid of it Ha tehee, and while we think they some Dewing, and Mr. Adkins 85 there but ;MrAdkins had solved tJ .6,.
the Woman's Club, the County Commission before it has time to go to seed. are LEU/P: Oak4. we're pot stye. >keeps 1usy'cartng; fQr their neat that probjem by ,training a little FINE OR :MEDIUM POINTS l /
i agreed to-the use ef the top'' floor of the Agriculture They say that -if you cut it out We'll wait now for the acorns, and yard.: dog to scare up the snakes. He .

r Building as a county library. They also before the full moon of August, then fee what.we. .can prove. In speaking of their early marriage wculd then kill the rattlers, and
put $1,500 in the 1957-58 budget for the library, .you'll keep it from spr aiding. air. Adkins] recalled that the family would go on with their ;
Are there getting to be too he had purchase two farms and work. None of them was ever bitten The most economicalftwriting
created a library board, and, at the beginningof
We haven't had a mess of sweet rranv cows to support a strong built a twgstrhouse pn the by the snakes) but the boys, *
that fiscal year the library. became a county corn yet and it makes me hungry market? A man who.i. \$ well informed New River cut-off road. Mrs. who helped with the farm workas ever devised.! i

institution. Mrs.\ Edward Burns has been }librarian just to think of it. We particularlylike on the subject" said there Adkins, who was a "town-girl." they grew up, used to go snake- : :>; .J
since the facility was moved from the Wom the sweet corn raised here in pre 100 million today v'an-increase said "Yes, he carried me off to hunting before each crop of corn r
of three million in ;the 'last the woods..**
an's Club. Bradford County as it seems to ;year was broken.
and that we are getting closetohe "- from the big city of Law-
taste better.
The Woman's Club, the County Commisien. the Mrs. Adkins bad met "youngJim"
"
Upmarket
where tey.
point may countered her husband-
while her McKinney
visiting
Library Board, Mrs.\ Young, and Mrs. Burns have We hear more and more talk break.Congratulaticns. 10- Mr. Adkins farmed'in those relatives: in the New River- BRADFORD COUNTYtV.TEL.EGRA

done a fine job in giving us the library we now about the idea of putting a bountyon 9 days raisins corn long staple section. He "came a-courting"for

have. If we can take the foundation they have rattlesnakes. It seems like a to the readersof cotton sugar cane, strawberries the next four years, driving a I
laid and go on to develop a regional facility, we gcod idea but the father of a this "piece." They have now and truck crops. Mrs. Adkins used Jenny and road cart from New
will have much more in library service than this boy we know is worried about the put up with it for 10 years and to help pack berries, but was kept River to Lawtey. The Jenny wasa t H
small county can hope to have, by its efforts possibilities. He's afraid that if it deserve a medal or somethingfor buy with the home and children. twowheel'vehicle, much likea :
in
is ever put into effect that his their faithfulness. Well just "Farming these days was racing sulky.
alone, for many years. We hope the project will mostly hand .. ..
bey will take a lot of chances in say: thank you! work or with mule Mr and Mr- Adkins eventuallysold
be carried through to completion.A or horse drawn implements." Mr. their New River farm and

salary of $45,000 and 37 part Adbns r called- "!.ren' and mules bought the place where they now -
time with total .=
employees salary
Shorts( ) DiscussionAbout ; Out 'for. the"'year of $8OQO.
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SeeThe r ., i
this time of the editorial brain be-
year '
0" resort showed'an "upward
comes fagged with discussing weighty problems trend of business" for the year ,i ANEW CAR OF YOUR CHOICE 'I p

of reapportionment farm surpluses, (Communist The 1933 over the_ previous year. I
containment, and spiraling inflation. Dr. F.G.IJrat1eY,recent medical

When the brain is fagged, one is apt to gazes Past graduate, came to Starke July Ii i I

out the window, hoping for editorial inspiration. 1934' as assistant to Dr. W.E. Ford Chevrolet

When and if one looks out the window,. what .- ",..; riddleton.i -- -- Plymouth Ii

doeS! one see? Why shorts, of course ladies' Twentyilve'years ago the only CARD OF THANKS !
mention of the Fourth of. July in
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shorts: fat ones, thin ones, long shorts, short
the Telegraph was in connectionwith Our sincere thanks to the many
shorts shorts of every description, in every
the local baseball team. The
? friends and neighbors for their
direction. item read -- "Stark celebrated svmpathy, flowers, food, and oth-
The younger generation won't believe this, but Independence Day by journeyingto. er acts of kindness during the And After

it was not ever thus.- and we have old files,.of Ocala and defending the Wildcats illness and death of our loved one. $ DOWN
The Telegraph to prove it. of that city 2-0 inv an exhibi- The family of C. S. Kelley. Normal.
tion came which turned out to be 1a5
For instance let's open to an issue of June .a wonderful pitchers' battle between Down Payment! "l

.. 1940 and see what we find Starke's ace Perryman,

Mayor W. E. Middleton had just replaced (by former Southern League star and

popular demand) his ruling that shorts were Toffaletti, former University of ..).
tabu for ladies' wear on Call street. Florida player. "Perryman was in
rare form displaying a boxful of
LET US
Chief of Police Lonzi Alvarez had waged a curves and a nice change of pace.
valiant but losing battle to enforce the, Mayor's He shut out the Wildcats."

edict, but try as he would, those feminine sum- S. .

mer residents from nearby lakes could dodge a- An important happening of 1 5 72 3 NEAR GUARANTEE

round corners faster than he could run to catch July 1934 in the County was the HELP YOU ,Ji I
them. first meeting of a Health Council ,
Members of the Council
The Telegraph, always eager to sample public sented each civic organizationand repre- PERWEEK II

opinion in time of crisis, took a poll of Call Street public group in the county .
and came up with the following opinions: and the purpose was the promotion SOLVEYOUR ON 400 PARTS

Aunt Vida Morgan: "If they haven't got any of health work and nursing ::1 ,

better sense, why let them wear them. Their ,aid. .
legs belong to them. I don't dare come uptownin Officers for the new council
elected were: :Mrs- Edward Burns,
mine. chairman; Mrs. A. M. Darby, vice AT NO COST TO CUSTOMER'
I. H. Blasingame: the shorter the cuter. chairman; and Mrs. L- H. Hill, I
, Anybody under 70 is all right.
secretary. This group was responsible } < .i.
D. P. Carpenter: "If I didn't have off-set knees, for the formation of our i ii
I'd wear 'em myself" present Health Dept. i I
.'p. M.QNEY E
C. H, Nasworthy: "Just don't get 'em too ?
Almost 300 workers from all
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Jshort.. i
parts, of the. county attended a I I '
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Uncle Ben Rowe: "What they can get the most meeting of the Workman's Protective .
.. outta life in. why let 'em wear it." League held at the courthouse PROBLEMSLOANS '!

The sole dissenter (feminine, of course) was and formed a local branchin e STANLEY AUTO '
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Bradford County with 188
Mrs. Mable G. Lewis who declared: "I think one
of the most embarrassing, disgraceful things is members joining. Officers elected .,'. '
Jim Kearns, president;
to see a young lady on main street with shorts) Lacy were Rigdon, secretary. Grievance UP TO I SALES 1':

on. If they're worn in the right place, it's all committee members :were Marvin .
right. .i;., but not ,on Call Street." Hubbard. H.L. Gatlin. A J.'Wilkinson I

Headlines in a subsequent issue of The Tele- Richard >McCarthy, D f. $$600 i i 'f '
Knight, and J. O. Turaer. Ernie I .
graph proclaimed: "CITY OFFICIALS GIVE UP: <, -
Johns served as chtpUqa- .. u .
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NO BLITZKREIG ON SHORTS. ,! ,

And thus ended the famous Battle of the postmaster Fred F. Stump to replace became Ml"8.acting.H.H. 4 '.,. ....;.. .1' ." <. .." / !

Shorts. Today shorts are an accepted way of Young, beginning his duties on I I ALSO HAVE. ,' .;-... I,

life and.so sommou op Call Street that their appearance July 10. 1934. "Folks Find U.Friendly' I I" I.
;. on the wearer has,, to .exceptionally>> In announcing the appointment ''I :
good, or exceptionally bad to attract any atten- thE' Telegraph reported "Mr. I

... tion.All having Stump is been a well-known in the merchant dry-goods; FINANCE 5 Acies; Good Used Cars I

which goes to prove that you can get business hers tar the test 33 y* .TS- ; .
used to most anything; and it's easier to write He has always taken part in ,

about shorts than weightier subjects in this kind movements for the advancementof I' .
.. of weather. the community and has been COMPANY I .. !
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9 staunch Democrat all his life, I READY' TO PICK :;'ii.. 't._ I.: ,!
although he has never run for 116 N. Walnut III < f--r H j
Street :: :
s: THE BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; :
officeA
ZST.; lrnl public (2 Doors From Post Office) j') '
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FCBLIUHED COXTIJCOCSLIrxn County for 1933 showed that the 4-0101 and WO 4-0111 Charge
< county had 109 stores in opera- FINANCE RATES .
THE SAME MASTHEAD. tion and net sales for the year Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mar. :, On Modeli Under 1953 i
P* 1l.l.J ErbtTbar..d CM rd mm >>.... da.. M.ttM .. t ,"_ ,
.*, KU, were $744.000These stores .employed ,
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:[By: -Bob Ferguson] few years. They don't like lowland still prefers to cultivate with .
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I and can't stand much water, mules. He does all his work with ,
s''Noperv never lost money on he advised. mules and 0 says "You can plowan eaw ?4

a'-prop of strawberries S:" said O. C. Admitting that he hesitates to acre with a mule while you're

fOssIel Cason life-long residentof give advice "because one fellow getting a tractor rigged.up.'! ..... : '" t *

Bradford County who has doubled my recommended dose of Labor has not ;yet been a problem .. .. 1Z
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frown berries for 50 fertilizer and burned his whole ; t;
years.r11' up ] for him since he always has -. ""..'M' '\ .. .
... :'Cason -leaned-back-in 'a crop of berries," Mr. Cason conceded /If', ,, .. .
berries which bear well and are "
.tQ .I -.QJl.t&e front porch of his to reveal a few tricks of his ? 4_ ; ,
easy to pick. He says his' hands '
, hqnie near the Pine Level Baptist trade. .. 1t -
have been asking for higher wages
-ehttreh"on State-Road '100 and o Always try tc set out plants on
but so' far he hasn't had to go up. v. l
expounded the art of strawberry r the' full moon; they bear much '.
I The veteran grower said he 1 a
.growing. "You can sell i better. "The
: pickers can always 1 '.
tries to 1>>anIt)\ tf strevrt>errie&
strawberries any time you have I tell which plants were set on the 0 t
I every year. He has planted as '.'''
\ them for just long have I II f ul) this -
as as you moon experienced grower
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14 acres,, be said, tout Is .
many as -' ;
.Jfctfm.;',&e declared-: I declares. r'r :'
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always careful to plant varletyof :
a 'oj
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t "I grow a..l kt1e of everything Set some plants early in Sept.or crops.*If he loses on one thing ., (. ;.." t"t"''.. $.,. ,!',. '. : L..- t A;_ .... ..,....ir
' 1U.:!! .. tarpb4rries are my biggest Oct., Mr. Cason says, to make something else will absorb the ; :.: : : ,." -
gppnRpui, er:' Mr. Cason said. runners to sell to pay for planting 14 I

H* 0 thipksfarmers should cut the rest of your crop. He alreadyhas loss.Some EVEF1 'TIL
farmers will plant 30
or :
downy other. crops and grow an' acre of runners set this ,
more berries. and would like toe Two 40 acres of sweet corn and nothing r."
of \
last
year. acres runners
0 Ossle Cason (right), who has grown more strawberries than
else, he said, and if
;<_ ;'t he,;:County 'go,back. to being year netted him $1,000. Mr. Cason they ... ... -p.' : ,
"' o." ... -
lose money on that they've lost any other man in Bradford.County, still favors the old-faithful "' .L ; }
a.Jtife t berry producer as it used to said. Rain has not damaged nextyeu's I.r .' '. .J.. .__.,. J
te.: >4 i3. '* runner crop and he looks everything. "Don't put all your mule over the modern tractor when it comes to cultivation small

?Notenough: berries are raisedivul0,7sto for a plentiful supply-of them. eggs under,one hen" Mr. Cason tareas.. Pictured with Mr. Cason are three of this helpers, Maggie .;n J

.get the most from Mr.' Cason recommends about a says. "You'll soon fix yourself at Slay, and Ronald Cason. 9so

tjrem." the.old berry .growerstated. ton of fertilizer to the acre; applied that' business." ...
More berries would bring "along and along" as the If that man would have had 20 Charles S. Kelley '.. "' Ii .. '" f'r- "

,ia.ipore;buyers he believes. need arises. He stressed the need acres in a truck: farm he could 1 much portable] for your money!
,iM.. Cascn'has started growing I II for enough fertilizer but pointedout have made up his loss on the Brooker .
,tJez4"Florida, 90's. They don'tproduce that too much is just as badas corn Mr. Cason surmised. NativeCharles

ss many berries but they not enough since you can "burn "Farming is just like any other S- Kelley, 72 of Brooker -

o 9r bigger and sell better, he says. up". the berries, if not careful. :business," he says, "You've got to died Saturday in Alachua Gen- h
I-r"e. rn1v''erown. the' '90's for a Mr. Cason is one of few who work your head to set anywhere. eral Hospital after a brief illness. REMINGTON

He was born in Brooker in 1887 .' BW
,
:$ rewworm Fight Coifed At Florida MIDGET LEAGUE
F and had lived there his entire Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Durden of n .
'SiQWI No Letdown Stars Ernie Kovacs Hfe. Jacksonvlle Beach are announcingthe .. .
Action in Midget League base )
.. Surviving are his wife, Rosa birth of a son Harold Bruce QUIET-RITER" ELEVEN PORTABLE '
Versus Doris ball this week Florida Pest
;.G ewrorm Eradication Inspector DayA saw Mott Kelley, and ten children: Durden Jr., born July 20 in St.
George Yalldejuli is still Control win two games to lead Mrs. Ruby WaWron Wildwood; Luke's Hospital. The baby is the

making regular inspections of new comedy starring Doris the league in that department. Mrs. Theo Dyal, Brooker; Mrs. great grandson of Mr. and Mrs.A. i
Jack Lemon, and Ernie Ko
livestock In Bradford and Clay Day Fla. Pest Control proved to be Leith..Persinger, Warner Robbins, A. Durden and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
vacs will be at the Florida The- Now. for the first time. an office
Counties, real pesty as they took Starke Ga.; Mrs. Odessa Hall Jacksonville H. Ritch of Starke.
atre Sunday and Monday."It in size! More
typewriter portable capacity
The inspector urges livestock Builder's Supply 14-5 and edged(I ; Mrs. Louise Harrison Miami paper
owners; tQ Mate frequent inspection Happened To Jane" is the Community State Bank 8-5- Com: ; Cliff Kelley Wildwood; La- Mr. and.Mrs- Tony Angelo of longer writing line, more features. .the

tof,their: herds now that warm story'of u poor young widow munity State Bank also lost to I 7cm Kelley,. St. Petersburg; L. C- Gainesville a daughter, July 9. most in value and beauty! Recommendedfor
Doris r Day], a small-town Maine o Kelley Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Williamsonof
weaVver,is here. If Starke Builder's Supply 11-7 and ; and Stephen
a suspiciouscase typing students, hailed by expert office
lobster who has shipment
grower a Kelley, Jacksonville. Hampton a daughter. Myrtice
is found was behind the John's Oil Co. 14-
of
sample
save eeg spoiled by railroad owned by typists. Come in try this remarkable new
a ; Jeanette, July 11. ,
masses OB maggots before treatingit. 6 as the game was rained out in Funeral services were held at 4
.Report it promptly} to the coun- Ernie Kovacs. Jack Lemon plays the first inning.; It will be finishedat p. m. Sunday in Dedan Cemeterywith Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Padgettof machine. see yourself what a wonder it is.! .
,
lawyer who gets Miss Day out
:? ty agent wHrestpck: inspector.' a ; a latter date. Rev. Lacy Conway and Rev. Middleburg a daughter Mar-
of trouble with the railroad and
i The battle against the screw- Next week will see six games James L. Temple officiating. line Gay, July 11. "I
I in love with himself. Steve Forrest
\ worm' is carried on jointly by the also,costars m the picture. played in the Midget League.Fla. llams-Thomas Funeral Home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Herman '". F R E E of extra cost! ,
t :Screwworm Eradication Program. Pest Control will play CommunityState Gainesville was in charge of ar Green of Starke a daughter. .
i tI.a.p orida Livestock Board and Eight 'TV guest stars includingBill t Bank Monday, July 27. rangements. Christine Pearl, July 11. .. Handsome Carrying Case and

the .U.,8. Department of Agri Cullen Dave Garroway Steve Starke: Builder's Supply will task s -. r The Bradford County Hospital touch typing instruction booklet '

culture. McCormick, Jayne Meadows, Garry John's Oil Co. on Tuesday, 307 Gets Priority announced the following births: .
Moore Henry Morgan, Bob a'p
.
} July 28. -{SIt. 0, Mr., and Mrs. Wayne Hoffings-. :0 '.
'
Paige and Betsy Palmer will also
More Smoking, i ives' be seen 'in the comedy. A double header is scheduledfor In 4-lane Request worth of Starke a daughter,i $
I Wed., July 29, with a trampoline -\ Phyllis Denise, July 12. 5DOWNf50AWEEKBRADFORD
Moire> Tax ReceiptsMore same period in .1958. act featured between the Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis of i .w s,
Four-laning of U. S. 301 from Lawtey,' '
Total receipts for this games. Starke Buildert Supply a daughter'July 16.
people are buying more year now Starke Bulder's'Supply will tacit Ocala north to the Alachua Coun- Mr and Mrs. Edward Chanceyof
amount to $22,525.37. In 1958 they
cigarettes ,_Ifyou want to take the first game and John's Oil ty line will be given priority by Starke, a son, Edward Huey,I
totaled
$19.341.03 at this bint. .1
'Ui .di4 ibutiQn] of cigarette tax the State Road 0 0Mr
Co.. plays Fla. Pest Control in the Department over July 17.
City receipts in June [collected
money by the State.Beverage De- second. four-laning U. S. 141 from Ocalato ', and Mrs-'NO 'man''I'homas COUNTY TELEGRAPH
;:P9..rtlpen.t.as ii during May] were $3,138.74. During the Alachua
yardstick. line.
County of
Starke, a son, Michael
the.same month other townsin o On Thursday, July 30, Starke John ..,
.Far* instance, cigarette ,The decision Ju1, ,15. ,_ ,, ..
tax announced at
was "
ce'fctg. re- the area received the following' Builder's Supply will take on Fla meeting of the Marion 'f. .Jr,;;( .' ,;...I:,'q.....2"..,..c' "I-T T"f'::_' ','w-51, '. .: ._ : -
{ a
ov Starke County
during the first .
amounts: Lawtey, $393.19; Keystone Pest Control, and Friday July
!? Eln.th3t of this year were more Commission this week when-owners
Heights $688.66; Brooker, 31, the Community State Bank
.tb QQ.b.f&her'than: for the of property along US 441 presented -
.. $200.07 and 'Hampton $127.35 meets the John's Oil CoIT'S ,
a petition asking the county -
; to request an immediate centerline -"" JJ;'

--I petitioners survey were of that told highway.the board The t H yyyy.S ALE'S t,, ; .


1. Had from tried the State to get Road a Department commjtment, .. J
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but were told the traffic count on .:':. t.: ,:j. .;. !, ), i Th ,..... ,
; 441 does not warrant action at .. 1 ".4-. .: "",..t"'' I
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UNLAWFUL '.....;.;;'t: .. _.+;:;;' ,..
this time. ., SUMMER / "o!'...'k'. : MM. ,,.".-...v:- ,. 1 1r'
The Road Department's aver- ; .t.I.-'l'\.j:: : e:;:; W::1tf.. ,',;;'t.:; age traffic volume count for May ..' >1f.',, Jo.,.. ,uv'N''h. A.,A '"
I recorded 6,191 vehicles daily on ..,#'Nfr'
US 301 north of Waldo, and 4,128
daily on 441 north of Ocala.


the The work Marion on- 301 commissioners north of Ocala said FEATURING A STOREWIDE SALE ON ALL SUMMER MER.

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in will begin within 30 days. r

Carl Rose, Ocala road contractor -


Business 'Under A Fictitious Name Unlessi "bad,*told 441 news"the four-laning Marion and predicted board project this loss if was oft it CHANDISE WITH% SAVINGS SO BIG YOU WILL HARDLY BE-


is not done before the proposed

The i Name Is Registered interstate route 301 is started. I L1EVE YOUR EYES I



Laundry Announces

New Facilities

!:-' Read This Florida Law ",': 24-hour ServiceThe T


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installation of Milnor stainless er
J ::It shall be unlawful: fur any person persons, u 4 fae4 hfn .,... steel combination washers and b -

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name.as henta 4t t spin dryers, as well as a coin-

fined, without and unless said fictiUou; announced this
cleric of the circuit court of the county where the was
: principal place of business week by Mr.-and Mrs. Junius M.

la with registration. shall consist of filinl.with the, ,clerk aforesaid an affldaTJt Smith owners of the Starke ... .
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signed by all interested stating under Laundry and Dry Cleaners. -
persons, oath the names of T'O
all those interested in the business "With the help of nationally -
enterprise, the extent of the in .I.
known laundry technicans, we are
tenS. of.each, and the fictitious. name under which said bushiest to carded revising 'our washing drying. and .ta kI .,

o : Said registration may not be made mil the person or persDBS.daaiiing ironing procedures" the announ- I 1

to engage in business, under a fictitious name IlIaD lave advertised his or cement said. "New methods win ? r ;
be installed to reduce the usual
their intention to register said fictitious name at left once a week for four handling ''of work, with resulting I

consecutive( weeks in some newspaper; defined by taw in the.eoefity: longer life for garments. '

w .registra.lonlsto_ be made,,and said registration shall-Mt we With wilt the have new facilities Milnor for equipment process- .. t' ANO MORE ;

the.cleric of the circuit I es
acceptedby court
except upon receiving -pnofol: ing family laundry bundles 'individually
.
sach publication. ; without mixing these I
,
with others," Mrs. Smith added.

"We will also be able to give much
faster service when desired."
The new coin-operated "do it ,..,. I ,r Pr' KK

yetrrseif" hrtmdry department wilt!

be open 24 hours daily, it was an-I ON CLOTHING and SHOES

If you'are engaged in business under any.nameotherthanyodrowhanJ'havenotbadthisnai nounced.'1 The. Starke Laundry-and Dry ,.

Cleaners was .organized, by Mr.
and Mrs. SmIth In July 1939. and

has been steadily expanded .,since FOR ALL THE FAMILY

r: that -time.It .

has always been our bject->

'advertised and J'.r. wiBbe tive to provide the most up to date
.properly registered : *
we w -Tcflties for .our ,customers Mr.
I t *. : jmith said. "We believe via giving ,
service and quality cf work that is
I 5 d t : aH' fOrma as 1 COD.iiltent .with the.best available r
glad to giveyOfl: necessary to anywhere In the country. We feel .. ta

I that our new faculties win provide

II wider range of aer'I ices from

iMyousbouI t ld1l S lew budget to, deluxe types."


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way you write.. Game la,and se. Come In And See How Much You Save!


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g&fijt BIS COCNTt meGKAPH FlptlDA THEBSDAT.; JULY 22.Cellmate's nit
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Death -4.1- Hampton Man II Prison Growing, Coirt.ol issued Alachua a writ out of of County execution the Small Florida heretofore Claims in- Sell It Rent It Trade It


First In Line Is Union County? he above styled rauce I bate
evitd upon the following property

Charged To ,: situate- lying and being in Bradford CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $L3 Per IM nut faiertUa
to-wit
Florida.
For Boat License County. :
-.ptJ- Union County seems to be DHSCRIPTIOX .f PROPERTT
growing in population leaston Commence at the Southwest turn PER nCR FOR SB AD HCTKATgn os OR MOHK Tmr.t

corner of land belonging to Louis
'Raiford Inmates .. Gottfried Brandes' of Hampton paper. Xdson! in the South Half (Sli>)> CARDS OF THANK T. M Wards) -- M
I .was the first man in line when But the disconcerting fact is of the Northwest Quarter
start- that when Union's population (NW*>)> of the Northwest Quart- OVER M WORDS .. 4 Crmtm Per Weed
:Tax Collector J. R. Kelley
er (NSV",.) of Section ::i. Town-i
Murder charges have been filed el selling boat, registration certificates increases. no one knows for sure ship 8 South. Range 22 East. j I MEMORIALS 4"'n R.. OI.tTTIO !il 4 Oat .... W...
morning. whether it's good or bad news. _rod run North along the West ,
In Union County against two Tuesday last oZ the Ine of land of said Loui Netsou ,e WORD OR i.K!I.. Oaf I...HI.. .MI I... n arc > .fa
prisoners at Raiford who are said ,u 3j: Brandes. was given the first At the meeting 120 feet to the Northwest -

to have strangled and stabbed 44' $1E number on the list assigned to I[Union County Commission it was corner of land of the said Louis Fo.t,." "DOITIO" WORD O"F.R :. _.n______ ________ 4. Per W....
Xeison.; thence run West 363
that the county's
revealed population -
their! maximum security cellmate this county-FL-6801-A. Collector feet to a point then run South SAMK ..ADADDlTlO1'iAL
90 DI5COf OS REPEAT IS8ERT1OSS
%
'at the prison last Thursday night. Kelly said he would not be able hadofficiaHy" gone over 120 feet to the South line pf theSouth

The to with requests for speCIal -I the 10,000 mark for the first time. Half (S%> of the Northwest ADS NOT PAID DC ADVAXCR.' .
case will be heard by the next comply Quarter (NW4) of the ZSc: FOR BLIND ADS OR

."session of the Union County grand numbers because the State I The matter_came up in connectionwith Northwest Quarter (NW'4) of I

jury, scheduled to meet in No- Conservation Department had 1 approval of an indigent patient Section %:;. Township 8 South.
22 East
Range East. thence run
. vember. supplied a block of numbers that. budget for the Union County along said South line of the WE HAVE a new loan program for ATTRACTIVE 5EARLT. SEW

The dead man is Duke Delano run from Brandes' number to FL- Health Unit. South Half (S%) of the NorthWest farmers. Loans 0( 1 to 6 year HOME
for the entire! credit require
Quarter (NVi) of theNorthwest
Olson, 22, of Miami. Olson was 7300-A. Figures from the State Health Quarter (NW, ) of ments of the farmer and his fam Masonry. 3 bed rooms. hardwood
indicated tliatU'1ion's ily. Gainesville Production Credit floors built In garage, automatic
Department
Section 23. Township 8 South.
'.sentenced to two years in prisonby Numbers issued to boat uwners stands at 10- Range 22 Ea U to the Point of Association, 50 Worth Main. heat and air condition paved street.
Circuit Court Judge G. L- Pat- arc permanent and remain with population Beginning all lying and being in Gainesville. Fla. tfch- city utilities large landscaped lot

ten on Oct. 6, 1958. He was con- the boat .even when it changes 600. Last year the county's fund the South Half (SVi) of the RADIOI REPAIRED Price $14,210.00 Terms.

victed in Bradford County on a hands. The numbers are to be was based on a population of the Northwest Northwest. Quarter Quarter(NWU(NW'J of) AH Hake* AH ...r1aleaaable A. .J. THOMAS REAI.TOR

charge of possession of narcotic painted or attached to both sidesof 8906.: if Section 25. Township 8 South.Range Chare a aaraate.* ZOS Teptvle Are. TrU WO -l-sm
SHKPHERrrS RADIO TV _, Court
Couch House
rFeea St. tnm y
here's the rub! County 22 and
drugs. the bow of the boat, in block But East containing !.... G ree.. Owner
one (1)))> acre of land. more or
Clerk Robert Driggers declares 412 B. Can !St.' flia WO 4-9901 H6USE FOR SALK
William E. Leach Detroit, and characters! at least three inches less all lying and being in ETad- :-
is Slarfce. Fla. mostly fnrnifhed.; Apply (IS X
Union population
County's
that ford Florida.
County
J'Je Smith of St. Augustine are high and of a contrasting colorto rhttrrh !gf !tp ?/;;
variable as the wind. and seems As the property of the above
the men charged with Olson's that of the boat. The numbers! as named defendant and that on the COLOIIa FLORIST
Only F. T. D. Florist In Stark W. >T \ LAKEFRONT HOMEf
"* to depend on who's making the
murder. Leach said he alone was must also read from left to righton 7th day of September. 193S.;; at 12 Flowers wired any place. Flower. :3 Bedroom furnished frame honw
o'tlook South door of
at the
,Involved and Smith claimed his both sides. census." noon. Bradford County. for all occasions locally. Phone 'on ZOO x I; 170 ft. lot on east side of
the Court House in -
'One' time they'll count all the ''.n 4.11:11' Sftfi Ka..t Nnna !Si tfrh i LaJ.e Wtnnott. See J. R Nobles.Mlrnse .
own Innocence but J. C. Adkins L florida I will offer for sale
% ; Boat owners are responsible for I ph. OR ;-:!*=;? ?'p 7 ?:;
.essistant state attorney, said it prisoners at Raiford in our census and sell to the highest bidder for FOR RE Furnished apart
notifying the Conservation. Dept.of : next time they'll count the I cash: in hand the above deseribedpr'.perty. : ments. Reasonable rates. Near Foil RENT-Furnished cotlaze
appeared that both involved the of said I
men were as property
shopping center rhone- WO011 nice for Couple near school. CM
any change in address or in road all over i execution.'
camps said
defendant to satisfy
with the slayinc- prisoners rr WO 4-5134 or call at 213 S. Lake :St. Phone WO 4-5744.: Mrs. A
Adkins said Olson apparently Words Not UnhappyMith Tobacco change in ownership of boats. the! state: and then again: theywon.t P. Bradford D. REDDtSH County.SHERIFFof Florida Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. I I F SmiN. hg
Costs of registration for boats count of them" Drig tfcbg
any
Scruggs, Carmichael &; AverILAttorueys
.;was strangled with a cord, and FOR REXT 2 bedroom furnished
carrying more than a 10 horse- for Louis Nelson ,
explained. houre with carport and large utility
"then stabbed in the neck with a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward who r The 3.26 acre allotment is shar- power motor smaller! motors exempt gers So when Union's populationgoes 7/16 4t 8C! Men's Leather rot.m. For couple with infant childor

Eharpened: Leach's spoon. Adkins thus discounted live west of Bayless Highway, are I cd.by. their son-in-law and the boat) are: boats Jess uP. does it indicate a healthy NOTICE -OF IXTE: !>TIO* with 733 one X..IOrown Thompson.boy or girl.Itchg Inquire :-
that he
story not too unhappy about their to- than 16 feet $1.75 16 feet to 26 TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS! NAME
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick : growth of the area, or merely that
'knocked Olson that the
down and then Notice I Is hereby given HALF SOLES
stabbed him after Olson kickedLeach's ba-co crop this year. Although We ttcrson. Mr. Ward said they feet $2.50; 26 feet to 40 feet Florida's prison population is on undersigned under the provisions; Mnt\XTED--Go.b* reasonable.used fishing Call boat
yield is off about 30 cent in of Chapter %0. 933 Laws of Florida. Wa1.?;
per $5.00; and 40 feet and over $10.00 the boom? Clerk Driggers among HObart 8-2J3I Ztchg i.-..
; coffee over while the men expect to take the crop. which is Acts of 1941. will register! with the
Quantity and not top quality it is for two
were eating Registrations are good others, would like to know. Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and 1.50 upMen's
supper. far better than the weather permitted all cooked out except some tips to years at a time- [from Joly'l in r-cipt of proof of publication of I

Adkins said. "We think he was most tobacco farmers in the High Springs market which odd year to June 30 in next odd for Bradford County. Florida, upon
,.?trangled to death before the stab- I Hospital Board this notice, the fictitious name of Rubber Months
the county this year. opened July 23. year]. The Totem Pole under which T am 6
bing. There were just a few bloodstains I engaged In business at 1466 N.

on the bunk. If he had The main purpose of the regis- "cmpl Ave.. Starke, ?Ha. HEELS 85STARKE'S
is to facilitate Explains Request Carroll A. Hickey lUG N. Temple
tration program .
been alive when
he
was stabbed,
Ave..
Golf Committee Still Undecided of boat safety law sole owner. Auto Liability
enforcement
the blood would have squirted all a Dated this 23th day of June. A.
Police AidIn SHOE
'over everything." that took effect on July 1. The For D. 1939:; at Starke Bradford County,

::.' The sharpened spoon cut an Conservation Dept. is responsiblefor Florida. 6/25 4t 7/16 REPAIRING

wertery in Olson's neck when he About Country Club LocationThe conducting the registration a letter addressed to MayorW. *

:was stabbed. I program through tax collector's T. Jackson, members of the Tattaba...._. FforidaSOTICB 123 S. Walnut St. I $$15.00

Warden DeWitt Sinclair said offices, but all state officers must Bradford County Hospital Boardof
Notice- is hereby given that the
:;the three men were confined to matter of location of ,limits. I I enforce provisions of the safety Trustees have offered a fuller Trustees of the Internal Improve Across from Park TheatreFOR

maximum security cells because country dub I, Lawson property on SR 229 law. explanation of their recent requestfor ment Fund of the State of Florida
*> SUrke's proposed pursuant to law will offer for sale,
.they.. were "trouble makers." and golf course is still wide open j I (IDrownlce Road] west of Starke. police supervision of parkingin for competitive sealed' bids at 2 p,m., KENT: -Kingsley Lake effi- I E. Conner
August 11, 1939;; the following described eincy apartment or cottage by week Doyle
with five sites under consideration !! In making its report next Tues- the hospital area. lands! in Bradford County, f.r month. Call WO 4-5011, C. H.

zTwo-time: Loser and one discarded because it was day the committee will list the The recent request by the hospital Florida to.wit: Xasworthy._tfchg

Government" Lots 7, 8, Nof 9
in to I
found "too -vet" during the recent -: properties order. according administrator for parking
m* and N% of 11. Section :0. Township Mttmn that are needed by Lake IIs.id.at Insurance Agency
Gets Three Years rainy weather.A I I desirability and suitability, without supervision ". .was not prompted 6 South. Range 20 East will he f...d at Billy JackMIBM : -:

committee toured the I regard to financial aspects. SERVICE MEN by any motive for special consideration 24.85 acres. teed vpply< lard la rear .1!
"n 15-man The Purchaser Is required to pay nix Dads Factory. Sierl Boat: 218 Temple Ave.
.
After it has been determined by the City Police for
t-Ite-circuit:: last Saturday morningand the advertising bill and documentary L...1185 Mats IS la a I* ft. Flaw
A Negro moonshiner who continued will make its recommendations j!i vhich is the most desirable property the hospital." the letter stated. stamps. Lights. Life Raft, Mafct. Fl* .rr.,, PHONE WO 4-4301 I

to work his chosen trade :i negotiations will be entered 'Primarily' thu request was made The sale if and when made. shall I 1'larahlax Supplies. .! an klad:
meeting of the 1 .. I 4
at a general be subject to the Trustees reserving Meel folding .ta. I ned FaraltareWlBdwr
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.. after being given a suspended club corporation to be into with the owners. for a civic endeavor by the City unto themselves 73 per cent of the Wladow *.rree. Door,

':5pntence for a first conviction, country A permanent board of directors of Starke to prevent possible accident phosphate, minerals and metals and etc. etc. Call \\0 4-tnol. auk foi CITRUS bearing sizes' container
held Tuesday:: July 27, at 8 p. m. I 50 per cent of the petroleum .thereon Mr. Ghamr or come la to ace eeb. '.I grown. Also Plum, Garner Apple-
.;..wasn'tso lucky the second time In the Chamber of Commerce office for the Country Club Corporationwas and injury to people in the or thereunder.The *. In t.... tfrhi:. Pear. Hood and Val wrin. Fig,

81Ound. elected at a meeting held in areas adjacent to the hospital Trustees of the Internal Improvement Grapevines. Persimmon etc. Efrgreena. .
"" the rightto Shade Tree, Camellias over
; Robert Lee Mack was sentenced committee discovered that the CC office last Thursday night. parking lots Parking the hospital reject any Fund and reserve all bid. A-I Used Cars 400 rarieties. Azaleas fine plants,

'tp: three years in the state prison The Those named were: Clyde Terwil- areas shows commendableeffort PY ORDER of the Trustees of the full of bud and bloom. See our
the Green property on SR 100, on of the plant for quality. We located
Internal Improvement Fund are
fey Circuit Judge G. L. Patten on legar. Elden Matthews Bill Beam of the people to observe 11 miles east of
.which it took an option two weeks. State of Florida. Keystone Height
July 22. Mack was arrested reicnUy (Keystone Heights, W. C. Powell safety precautions. However, because LeRoy Collins, Governor. 1951 on HI way 100. Thousands of plant
1.
by Bradford deputies who ago was unsuited for golf coursePHrpoE'S H. A. Bishop Jr.. Harry Hatcher of the poor lighting and Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director Mercury -0. C. Carnes Nursery. Phone MU
because apparent lack of Trustees I. I. Fund. 4-U': FloraTiom, Fla tf
found 15 gallons of Illegal whiskeyIn :: Mrs. Junius M. Smith John Kope- ;t4 traffic control of the highway Starting bid 11.00 per acre lean
become
to .
ground
the
his car. drainage caused rainy lousos James Hobbs, T. H. Slade right-of-way approaching the hospital '1-' St 8-7 ___,_AIi4Ii.4 Southern Regional Water Ski

The man had been given a five watcr-sogged during a Robert Mclntire. J. H. Wallace property, and the parkingin I. The C...tr-'f4ge'm C..rt. la 2. 1954 Ford V-8 Tournament, Keystone Heights,

year suspended sentence on Feb. period. (State Farm, Guy Andrews. such areas that are not hospital And For Bradfcrtf roaMy, Florida -' July 24-26.

19. 1959 after his arrest six Other sites still under consideration From this group the following property is, in our opinion, a very In Probate. A*. 1-4AO Pickup.
: IN RE: Estate of Walter S. Sibley,
months previously at the site of by the.committee are : officers were re-elected: Clyde serious hazard. and we feel that deceased.JSOTICK. WOMENIf

a moonshine still. The old Alvarez farm property Terwillegar president: Guy An(11'5. in bringmg this matter to your attention OF FILING FETITIOX 3. 1954 Plymouth
old Starke airport FOR FIVtI. DISCHARGE FOR you are in need of money and
just: south of the vice president; Elden Matthews we have reported a condition EXECUTOR

W.C.T.J. on U. S. 301 South. secretary; Robert Mclntire that in all probability will Notice is hereby given that the Fordor can work only a few hours a
undersigned has filed its Final Return day servicing an AVON ierri-
301
property on treasurer. eventually lead to
Lex Green serious persona
I as Administrator!! of the Estate tory is
your Write
"IT DOESN'T PAY TO HAVE S uth. just across from old Starke injury and property damage. : Walter S. Sibley deceased; thatit 4. 1955 Plymouth Ouida answer Mrs.

ONE CITIZEN IN JAIL BECAUSE I I Conservation "We trust that the has filed petition for distribution Sweat P. O. Box 510 Live
City officialswill
Group
airport.
ANOTHER CITIZEN and final discharge, and thaton Oak Florida.A .
WAS LICE- Wagon
Peyton property between SR 240 reconsider their recent decision the 20th day of July 1939. itwill

NSED TO SELL HIM LIQUOR." SR 16 east of Starke. Elects 2 SupervisorsLeaton I : n this matter solely for the apply to the Honorable Theron.
and A. Yawn, County Judge of Bradford r
"THE MISSOURI ISSUE"FROM
N worthy property on SR 16east ___ safety and protection of the people County, Florida, for approval of 5. 1955 Ford Fordor REAL BtY
THE NATIONAL VOICE.] Starker just beyond city Morgan. Jr. and S. J. of Starke and visitors when said Final Returns. and for an
of II I elected to four Order of Distribution' and for Final V-8 $S;0 Buys equity in
I MtGarvey; were Pvt Warren G. Johns son of they have reason to be at the hos 2 bedroom
Discharge as Administrator of the hl'U4 C months old. Possession
year posts as soil conservation Mr. and Mrs. Ernie C. Johns of pital." Estate of Walter S. Sibley deceased. Algjft 1, 190

supervisors in elections held last Lawtey, recently completed the The letter was signed by S. E. This 25th day of June. A. D. n.'. 6. 1956 Ford Fordor
.
AIR CONDITION The Florida National Bank Of A. J. THOMAS. Realtor
week. 8-week radio relay and carrier Sparks chairman and Mrs. Inez Jacksonville V-8 -03: Temple A u. Tel. WO 4-5701

McGarvey was elected for his .operation course at the Southeastern A. Green. secretary. of the board. By Fred J. Thompson Jr. A !!.. St. fr.m Cmmmty Court H..".
Assistant Trust OfficerAs
second consecutive term while Signal School Fort Gordon Administrator Estate Waler S. FOR SALE-Pineapple Pt'us-Lat-
NOTICE 7. 1957
REFRIGERATIONAND OF TESTIOV Plymouth
Morgan replaces Lloyd Green who Ga. During the course he REGISTER: FICHTIOtS TO Sibley! Dec'd. t'-'tJ'. NAME: ......
I K125! 4t 7ll! "" brlotlt'.
did not run for re-election. was trained to operate and maintain Notice i is hereby given that the Ford V-8 Up

The two will join three other field radio relay systems and undersigned under the provisions of FOR SALE-5 room house and t
Chapter 2.3i3.;; Lawn of Florida I
TV SERVICEAll carrier equipment. iOTACThSUMMER 2I3 acres on t:. s. "1 at :S: R mat
Arts of 1941 will
members of the board of supervisors register with teClerk 40 New and Used Cars Hugh. Reasonable. Laura Wolfe.
of the
i Circuit
for this district who were Pvt. Johns entered the Army for Bradford Court in and Itt 1 Box I67E. Lawtey Ztp6>>
County, Florida
Work Guaranteed Free Estimate net up for election this year. The last January and completed basic n-ceipt of proof of publication upon of COLD to Select From FOR RENT

incumbents are J. B. White, Zedra training at Fort Jackson, S. this notice, the fictitious name of with-J.room furnished
sjprtment lights and water
Fully Equipped DependableAll Hamilton and Foster SlIt Smith. C. He graduated from BHS in Mocrch are engaged Appliances in business under!! at which'220 we E. Bank Financing Jlwlern conveniences. Jessie Chas-

All landowners are eligible to 1955 and was employed at Brownlee Washington St.. Starke. .,,,. TAKE74' (5n. Hampton.. Ztchg 7';0>>
Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S K. B. & M. Incorporated (William
vote in the periodic elections for & Chasteen before enteringthe HELP WANTED-Msn: to I) -rat,
Kelhi. Omar [:'ray ton. E. R. Moench), i
The Army. all of Starke. Florida TER1LLEGARMOTORS dairy rllIt.t Must be bomJerf phone
of
the board supervisors. owner I \\"O J-IJJ5
between
Dated this 9th day of July A. DISifl. 666&WHY I and i p m
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board sets policy and administers
; at Starke, Bradford County, It
RADIO & TV soil conservation programs in this Pvt. Carl Green. son of Mr. and l"lorda.JOTlCE: FOR 8"r Gainesrllle apartment

district. It works with conserva- Mrs. Perry M. Green of Rail orci, hvore and 3 bedroom lake horn,

Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. tion' specalists state agricultural was recently assigned to the 3rd itTfcvriof TO near' Keyston' Heights. Will acceptr"n
REGISTER Firrmors SAME: Property In trade. Dr H S
agencies and the county agent.MAYOR'S Infantry Division in Germany. 'A Notice Is hereby given that the Your Authorized "r. 4:; N. 'Walnut. Phone!!
cannoneer in Battery C of the undersigned under the provisions!! of Ford Dealer svo- t.1UI- Hp
division's 10th Artillery Green Chapter Zfl.JJI.;; Laws of Florida, % PAY RENT?! In Bradford County -S
COURTCases Act of 1941 will register with the I/ST-riue! Parrakect Anyone find-
crtered the Army in November Clerk of the Circuit Court in and In& it return to 401 Caster Street
1958 and completed basic training f..r Bradford County Florida the WILL BUILD HOME HASTINGS ,,".t ?. Iy.. reward Ht>
handled In Mayor's Court fMitious names of Graves Home MATTRESS
I at Fort Benning, Ga. He has Dairy under which we are engaged & WANTED-Experienced secretarial
Monday morning were: UPHOLSTERY WORKS
been in Europe since last May. in business at Route 1. Starke. Fla. ON YOUR LOT nip. preferably middle-aged worn
SHOP! SHOP! SHOP 710 Lemon
Flo. Lyons, no driver's license K. B. &: Incorporated (William St. Palatka an. fr general office 'Work. Typing

fined* $27-50 with sentence sus- Kehl.! Omar Brayton, E. R. Moench), .. No Down Payment. Furniture Repaired Upholstered !- Central and shorthand Track essential Apply
Pvt. George H. Bradley, son of all of Starke. Fla., owners. Lines. Starke. tf"hif
pended and put on probation for Dated this Ith day of July. A.D. & Refinished
30 Mr. and Mrs. Noonen M. Bradley, 135S. at Starke, Bradford County, TONEY HOME BUILDERS, FOR nE T-Fllrnl bed. 2 bedroom

Go to Jacksonville or Gainesville or days. Route 1, Starke, has been assigned Florida. Inc MATTRESSES REBUILT house with fenced yard at 607

Flo Lyons, failure to yield right to Co. A. 3rd 'Bn, 1st -- ,., 4t 7-3 New Innersprings at Westmoreland._ __Krx-h! Drag Contact$tore. Mrs. Stone lip

of way. fined $27.50 sentence Training Regiment at Fort UMALt: CLAIMS and Box
ANYWHERE to get a price on Jack COrRT Contact RAY FORTH Springs
your suspended. put on probation for ALACHCA:; COUNTY FLORIDA. FOR REVT
son. S. C. for eight weeks of ba- Drop Us a Card or Call t-ROCnr FURBISHED APT Elec.
Louis Nelson. Plaintiff
New Car THEN SEE 30 days. sc) combat training. After com- va ." XO.882S PHONE 4123 r.LATILEA 5-9166 klt_<.b.n... Air conditioned bedroom

Clifford Yarbrough.*public Intoxication pl llng basK, he will receive ,a Eddie Lee Battle. Defendant. Al -room furnished cottaxe.; Else
STARKE kiU'hen.
Z
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE \\0 4-5934 window fans. large yard
fined $27-50 or 5 days. two-week leave before reporting Notice is hereby given that I. Keystone Heights, Fla.cmrthe'v Adults.-Mrs. U M. Clark. Besent

David F. Brown public intoxication for his next assignment.Pvt. P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford 3111$. PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke, r..ad.MI. wo 1 Ji 01545.I mt east. of Call STALK bridge

BILLYDOWLING fined 27.50 or 5 days. Agent

Dowling E. Blair, reckless driving Cecil E. Hines son of Mr. WANT TO TO RELIABLE

while drinking, fined $102-50 and Mrs. Dredon A. Hines of Rt _._Uchg man 11A..WUI business set yon without up Jn capital sound O In.--

and driver's license suspended for I, Brooker took part in a recent D ii ,.. _oct FOR RENT: -Furnished garage vestment A Watkins Route la now

three months. demonstration attack at ..::;. apartment on Kingsley Lake. ComPletely available for Bradford County. N<>
..
Andrews ." .....:. .:.. furnished eo-sgners required. Must have good
Carl Stewart, L :.
C., where he is ..,. ....,,. .., :: 4201 better than average. Write Mr.
assigned .. '' tfehg
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fined $ !.SO. as a rifle.. ."' '',.., .'.'.,:', i iyoo.L. RJal"k well. tS, W. Peaehtrer St. X.
Daniel R. Dinnison. excess man in the 3rd Infantry's Co. D ,,- ..'.. ':: .:.:::::...<<:'+: 7 ,wB BwIT BwwwB rt Apartment For Rent-2 bedrooms. F., Atlanta I. Oa. 4tcb; J'U
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speed reckless driving, case post- at Fort Myer, Va. He entered the ... large living room dinette off living
FOR RENT-July n
room Farnkhed. thru
Modern bath. Aug. 9;
poned until next week. service last September.Pvt. Jt Really this I. a aecond floor. bunga- Aug. 21 thru s..vte1nbeT3 bed-
-M
Jim Ricks, public intoxication Jesse A. Mann and Pvt "" low. Call WO .2too.. tfchg rrx>m house on KtnjfIejr Lake. Call
\ your home were destroyed today would you baysI wo 4.111 nO' e.s 1-U1 lth.
released to relatives because of Claude R. Prevatt, both of Starke 1)1f) ,

"If You Don't Trade With Us, We Both injury. recently completed basic Infantry I enough insurance to cover your investment? Makesure FOR SALE-Colonial-type LARGE HOWE house DO TOt: EED A .'By $SITTER

Lose Money" Cases handled in Mayor's Court training at Fort Jackson, S. c. the unmortgaged part of your home ::;the part10tIvt ] dining 4 bedrooms rm.,, sun UTlng parlor rm..; family located rrn N., "fin.0 Can turtle.T.."Darts.71 411 Sin V. Church 7 fB ,

Monday. June 29, were: They are now being trailed for already paid/or.*..is fully protected. Call Walnut SU choice residential area; FOR SALE-r-Eqaity ,la
newly decorated
Wj -
Charles Mac Davis Moore, fail positions in the- clerical area. Upon r close to business section, schools boos,*: W X. Cherry St 3

FOR A LOWER PRICE ure to have vehicle under control graduation they will be assigned .for a property insurance checkup todayfHaroldC.WallAgeiicy churches.block.Lot Win extends sell partly depth furnished of entire b.droon kltcLen'. bath Urge living room.
romb. and
causing an accident, 127-50 bond to administration jobs with if desired. Contact owner, )(1''. H. arreened porch and mm dining deck. Phone room
forfeited. the armed forces. B. McLendon. :01 Westchester Orlando WO 4-9191.
lip 'I.;;
Fla. or Inquire Bradford
ACROSS THE STREET R.J. Griffis, reckless driving, County Telegraph. tfchg
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FOR RE\"T-t'ofuralabed: : small
fined $27.50 or 5 days. < house at rear of store
YOU'LL,. LOVE building at
tLe new IX PLANNING A
FROM SETZER'S a R.J. Griff is. driver license vioiation Este kindergarten pro- 221 Temple Are Contact Mrs Maude
-. brook pone-size rcontata ID 200 E. CaD Street Dial WO 4-4801 gram it is helpful to know the approximate Mott at McCarthy's Garage Smile.
peas
fined 27.50 or 5 days. pMtel shades. Only number of children to be C. TPaW.a..i P.", Itrhg
Non
? BnIcJ. enrolled. If your child la planning
Herman Fugate public Into caI fowl Comity TeIf'.c1'aPb._ &-" ** to attend kind"npirta next term. TAILOR MADE RAPERrES

I I'I tion. $27.50 bond forfeited. pleare I call Mama Priest at WO troer, Mrs Peggy madeto
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA




STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1959 .... '! !...... Ii:' j.



I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Approves Keystone Council Budgetof I Final Plans MappedFor


By Mary )C. chaffer $25,944.00A ".4.


Plans Discussed For education.In budget showing estimated income 4)

Adding High School the past graduates: of the of $25.984.58 and expenditures Ski Tournament

Thursday night, July 16, about 8th grade here have been faced of $25.944.00 for the fiscal

30 parents, representing 18 families with the problem c: where to continue year 1959-60 was adopted by the tt, Final plans for the Southern take turns mani) ng the
gates. Mrs
'rcon. James .
( Cook. tics Sato
met at the school with prnci- their studies. Some attended t Turn Council of Keystone Heightsin ; ? ., Regional'water Sx Tournament 'Films and collecting; tickets Fnila McDonald Mrs

paJ, Earl} Cherry, to discuss a plan high school in Green Cove some 3 special) meeting held July 18.TUe ;". ,to be heW at Keystone Beach.: > through SwndarAU workers Herbert Nelson.,
Y # ttrs. k. F. Crosby,
ISrS A
whereby a. tl\ r'.ldJIm tva added in Starfce, anl so.m& at l 11te, tax t'ltls.. sei ts TES)*i>>, Jar :11-211, aece accccacccceed taticwng "3C Covtnamcn\. i'S B I
war 'J)PD- :stmt .
I ct and Hits. F. W. Scllt e1cc'The
this year a 10th grade next *and the class trauld di'iiategrate .t 11 m }}* (r 4.\ ', .- a rotetais ol the Chamber Jicalton bad; s cturias the veeS:-

... year, etc., until a completehigh as a unit.: -Tnp E?W' tax oil incic&tes. across e af Commerce Monday night. >;:nrt and rill assist spectator Rotary Club will serve an

school course Null be available for Parents of 15 of the children assessment of $1,632.554; Chief of Police Jack Haber- 'Tn'h fnfonnaUcti..S. )door barbTW flipper a( the

all the boys and girls of this area. indicated by a show of hands that homestead" and other exemptions. rtioh reported that Cull Air Patrol E. McKay, chairman of the 'jpach line Saturday night at whii-ft

Some S ears ago Keystone had a hey would support the proposed &C34.000: net assessment $726- cadets will assist the police | P'.jplicity! committee, announced : opines Rill be awardni 'i5re >

high school but it was not ac 'h'gh school program. 919; personal property assessment. in parking cars and directing uat MJS Kai Walrath. atiracive 'i ronte
credited. The proposed high school The new school term will begin $71,588: and a total of $798,507. ,. traffic during the weekend. Special ": blonde} sughter! of Mr. and ">" tpir may also view the tro-

will be on par with Green Cove Aug. 26 and information on registration rt was accepted as presented.At t deputies provided by Clay :\i's F. M-, Wnlrath Jr., will reran 11'y l presentation.

Springs in regard to curriculum dates will! be announced the regular meeting on July r a :- County will police the lake area f*s Queen of U'.e: Tournament. She Souvenir programs: will be sold

Mr. Cherry said. The course of later. 14. Tax Collector Sara D. Mc- 1 z Ray Chance chairman of the 'j" a graduate of Bradford High; .it the beach during the tournament : -

study for the 9th grade this year Strimmin ProgramTo Donald reported tax collections of safety committee will also be in j:'school and will be a sophomoreat by the Lions Club.

will include social studies, general Start August 3 $8 416.71. representing 99.998 per marge of the patrol boats. ;, Brigham Noting University in An

math and algebra, English, general The annual Rotary swimming 'nt of the total rolL Chairman <. dJ Tickets for all events are onj I Utah' next fall. early Sunday morning"-

science, health, and phys1caLEE'S i instruction, as conducted by 4. L. Ownbey stepped down from } Irate l at Keystone stores and may Concessions during the weekend roiional for prisons attendin.l I the

YMCA instructors will start Aug. the chair in order to make a mo- [also be obtained at the gates at!vill be handled! by the Woman: 'trirnament will be in Charge of

.) and run through Aug. 14, five tion accepting the report and a the beach during the tournament. ;cl.ib. )headed by Mrs. R. L. Wat- Fred Sacher of the Keystone

davs a week. There is a program: commending Mrs. McDonald on : I C of C members volunteered to .kins. assisted bv Mrs. J. D. Hend- ,'hristian Colonv
DRIVE-IN for everyone, from beginners I her "wonderful job" of collecting .; r ----- -

through lifesavers. I 9999 per cen of 1958 taxes for Mrs. Marie LaZone, :Mrs. Katie Ketne of Jupiter. Fla.ji;1 the Episcopal Church of the Good

Two "graduates" of the swim (the city. Former Resident Requiem Mass for Mrs- LaZone I;Shepherd at Juipter officiated.

THEATREPhone ming program Kay Walrath and Fire Chief Thomas B. Millican was held in St. Georee's Chapel;Stnial was in Evergreen Cemetery

Sam Gardner Jr. swam three miles told Councilmen that the department -'I Well Known Actress of St. Mary's Church. Her nephew. \under' the direction of Hardage

4113 'across Lake Geneva last Sunday was in need of approximately Ilsv. Elmer LaZone Allen, vicar of .;k Sons NorrhMd Funeral Home.

afternoon in two hours and 15 200 feet of 2Vz' inch hose inl l Mrs. Marie
LaZone. 77 died
Keystone Heights, Fla. m'nutes. They were accompaniedby -- .... -...
order to give proper protection to Dorothea lIa'oA Wednesday July 1, at her home. -- P.: "1M
; Tommy Gardner and Herbie the Keystone Heights elementary ,302 Pearl Street. Jacksonville! :

Fri., Sat. July 24, 25 Nelson Jr. in a canoe. school building. The matter was LESSON IN DETERMINATION .after an illness Qf several] weeks. I
Park Attendance referred to Councilman Terrell,
She ; TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Hits and her husband. Elmer'

Woman ObsessedWith Gold High Head Figure Branch State Park chairman of the committee on I Having lived with a handicap I source of education for this determined LaZone. are both well known in i ;
public safety.
i all of her life, Dorothea of
had a total attendance of 8,300 The committee assigned to stu- Mayo individual. She has Starke. having lived here for a I
.Grandin thinks little about it- overcome handicaps that would number of years before to
during the past week. The Mr. and moving
Susan Hayward 'M>-s. Club of Jacksonville 250 ov Clay the Electric proposed Cooperative.franchise with Inc. just goes on with her two jobs- have caused many a weaker per- Jacksonville in 1927. Ix HONEST

t strong, made efficient use of the recommended adoption of the instrument tending to her little sundries store; son to give up long ago. The LaZones had a long and interesting ,
SUN. MON. TUES. and being a correspondent for "During the depression" Doro-
barbecue pit. Kingsley Lake Bap- as presently amended. theatrical career, being .
tist Church members Saturday I nearby newspapers. thea recalls, "the WPA took over RELIABLE
spent *
Councilman Dodd also moved that owners and managers of their own
July 26, 27 28 at the park and everyone Undeveloped muscles and nerves, the library and put me in charge."
the Council accept the street theatrical stock company for aperiod
an affliction since birth, have J Because she kept such excellent
enjoyed a picnic lunch and a refreshing -
lighting contract submitted of 4fc During this
; as kept this plucky] ]lady cofined to records the library soon becamea years.
Scared StiffJerry dip In Lake Johnson by Clay Electric Cooperative, and time they toured the country DEPENDABLEYour
wheelchair
all her
afterward.R. a life, but she branch unit with a better salary
of principally !
the Council voted approval southeastern
has: learned to propel the chair for the libraran. But after the
H. Allen of Jacksonville
Lewis Dean Martin I I both. : around her small !WPA states. playing in theatres and i
shop getting was discontinued, no funds
spent a week iii one of the park'scabins : The treasurer's report was accepted aso! under their own tent theatre.
and managed to land a 9-I : milk from the ice box. ice cream were available and the State Rehabilitation Authorized Ford and A-I Used Car
They the winter
as follows: previous bah from the freezer, usually spent sea-
Wed. Thur. July 29 30 pound black Lass, using a white : I or merchandisefrom Commission helped in Starke
ance $3.306.78;. income $1,325.07; son and many olderlocal
the shelves for her her
I patrons. set up another store. Dealer in Bradford
?( aw Paw. Fisning in the park as credits, $56.60; expenditures, residents: have fond mem- County
Between man
customers at her little "A
almost everywhere, has taken a $1,646.56; present balance, $3,041- from there come to see I ories of their comedy and dramatic -
stcre she is 'on the ,
Black OrchidSophia slump during the hot weather.Beside's 89. busy telephone me one day and asked what I performances.
getting the news of the neighbor- could do,":she said. "He seemedto t
Mr. Allen's black bass,
Lauren only a few bream and Warmouth held this Saturday evening, July hood and laboriously typing with think that'I should try writing Mrs. Lazone was born in Derbyshire I BRING YOUR CAR TO US FOR
England, the daughter of
have been taken. 25. at the Keystone Airpark hangar one finger, on her portable type- stories. I tried one about a cat : I

Anthony Quinn I Fireman's Ball SaturdayThe starting at 9 p. m., and con- writer. Each Sunday her pastor, .but I soon learned that I was .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams-
Rev. Robert Knight, takes her to more interested in She was a communicant of. St.Mary's .1
Annual] Keystone Heights tinuing until 1 a. m. Music will writing the YOUR SERVICE NEEDS
( Volunteer Firemen's Ball will be be by the AH 'Stars, andadmis- Paran Baptist Church and there pews olocal. happeningsand.. I Episcopal Church in Jacksonville. -

sion win be $1 per person. she gathers more news in conversations |have n doing that, along with i j
Summer Recreation: Program with friends and neigh- ketPinti"stor 'ever since." Besides'her husband she is survived -

The Girls' Tetherbafl Tourna- bors.Working Bom in _Grandin Miss Mayo : by two sisters, Mrs. May I _. .-
ment started Tuesday afternoon; is nothing.new for this has: lived there all "her life excepta Blossom Allen of Jacksonville, and -

WELCOME C'rl's Shuffleboard Tournament little woman.. She helped her few years in Wichita Kansas before .

started Thursday.:: Tuesday afternoon mother, Mrs- George H. Mayo, a she was nine. After the death

of next week the Girls' Vol- widow for many years, run a of her mother in 1957, an aunt,

leyball Tournament will be start- mall store at Grandin. When her Mrs. Ella .Belisario came to live J q
SKIERS AND VISITORS
ed. Any girl age 10-16 interestedIn mother become a semi-invalid 15 Trith her and keep house. .

joining any of these tournaments years ago. Dorothea took over the Located on State Road 100'about

will please sign up with Mr. store and has carried on ever midway between Keystone I IH
I
Duncan, at 1:45 p. m. at the Play- since.; -fights and Palatka the little

gr"\und. any afternoon. Armed with only one year of store does not do a large volume

Rain has caused many of theb'vs' formal schooling she was taught \.->f business but through customers -

from tutoring at home by the telephone and church
We join our Chamber of Commerce and \ : baseball games to be post- mostly
ooned. These games will be play- her mother who had been aschool Miss Mayo.keeps her active mind

other Civic groups in extending to you a ed during this week and next. teacher. A lending library ind busy typing finger on the FREEZER REFRIGERATOR COMBINATIONWITH

hedules will be posted on the I installed in the store. was anotherPat happenings of the area.

most cordial welcome to Keystone Heightsand bulletin board at the playground.P VYVyVyyyywyyyyyyyyyyywyy1YIELROSE ,
and Phyllis. -
league is tied for first place
area'e hope you make (the most of with two league left to Shower For Miss! Brice
games
Thursday evening, the ladies of

our unsurpassed facilities for water sports play. 'he; Harriett Kelly Class of the Automatic
Gourmets Notice Defrosting
First Baptist Church Sunday
and other amusements, and invite you to With so much going on this School entertained at the home of By Joyce.Rothhammer -- -

return weekend you should be happy to Mrs. Irma Altman with a wed- ,........................ 12 CU. FT.
early and ortt'n.THE know that the ladies of St. Anne'sChurch
ling shower for Miss Kenny Sue
are holding a Bake Sale Mrs. Eva Lsftwich left Mondayfor
whose wedding will be an
on both Friday and Saturday for Brice her home in 'Detroit. Mich.
>vnt of this weekend. All the
your convenience. Look: for themat after a visit with her brother-in-
KEYSTONE STATE BANKA the City Park. 'adies of the First Baptist Church !law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
invited. Mrs. Altman as-
was
Tere !
Pherlty Party Raj burn, and mother. Mrs. Florence -
isted in serving her guests! by i
Friday evening, July 17, Darlent Jackson. Now visiting the
Friendly Hank in a Friendly Community Mrs J. R. Smith and Mrs. Authur i 29888
Phegley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs I Rayburns is their niece Miss

William Phegley, entertained s "lamford. '''I'Glenda, Smith of Resaca Ga.
For Vanessa Millican
(Keystone Heights, Fla. group of her friends at a party tc arty Miss Joyce Rothhammer celebrated -
MrsThomas Millican enter-
mark her 17th birthday. The party : her 20th birthday Monday.
ained of at
a group youngsters
Member F.D.I.C. was held In the Phegley home located Mrs. Gertrude Vervoort of Bu-
'ier home on Lake Keystone on
near Lake Geneva. There ena Vista, Va. is spending August -
Friday! July 17, to honor her
with Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
were games dancing: and refresh I
laughter Vanessa, who was 6
r ments. Guests included Chery! I Noef us- ExchangeDON'T
Watt. Linda Cox. Mary Ann Scha- -ears old. There were games and I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strand-
Then the rain started, the chil-
For
effer. Susan Davis. Margaret Muir_ berg and daughter. Paulette, of
George Canova Darlene Canova. 1ren had refreshments indoors. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs

Billy Phegley, Linda White, Mickey Guests were: Debbie Ridaught. Charlie Strandberg at their home

OPENws Robinson, Bubba Moody, Linda Margaret LaMee, Bob and Karen on Lake Santa Fe over the week-
cuvIgI Beth BE MISLED! All
Moody Sutton.Carolyn Dwight-Jean Mitchell.Moody,Mary Nancy Williams Jackson., Greg Pam Harris Anthony Billy, O' erd.Teena Rothhammer daughterof 2.Door Refrigerators are not

Cones. Bill Cones David LeDune Connor Christy Newman, Carol Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer '
\'. n Glisson. Cindy Scales. Susan. last week in Gaines- the has
SIGNS and Johnny LeDune. spent same. Hotpoint two complete and separate
Party For Jerry Pawlikowski Baker, and Suzanne Belote. yule visiting her grandparents sys-
Coffee For Mrs. Fiertz
Jerry Pawlikowski elder son ofM Ur. and Mrs. ,Clyde Wesley. ,

:. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski. Mrs. Frank Harris entertainedat Mrs. Florence Jackson left tems One for Refrigerator One for Freezer.
celebrated his fourth birthdaywith I her home on Lakeview Drive Monday for a, visit with friends Step
on Thursday morning with a Coffee
and relatives in Calhoun and
Saturday after-
a party on ;
noon. Jerry's play yard with Picnic -. for Mrs. Bob Hertz who with Smyrna. Ga.
BUILDING uptoQuah'tywithHOTPOINT!
ON OUR NEW
her husband and daughter was
table and swings of all sorts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P- Huffman -
moving to Cleveland on the week-
and Tom Nelson of Live Oak
made an ideal setting for a party. .
end. Guests included wives of local visited; Sen.and Mrs.-J. E. (IRedl)
There favors and
BEFORE FRIDAY! freshments.were games Enjoying the party re- DaPont men. and other friendsof Cross and family.last week. I
the guest of honor.
Miss Mary Girmmett of Chattanooga
were Janine Gay, Cathy Brault, '
Cindy Scales. Shelley ftufftoi. Susan -,Bake Sale Tenn.' is visiting her uncle We Finance All Major TV 2 Appliance/ Repairs

The Junior Woman's Club of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. MRobinson.
We join the other Merchants and Widegren. Marcia Haberstroh -
:Keystone Heights will hold a Bake .
Missy Baker Vickie Whidden Su- .
Business Leaders, of Keystone fie Whidden Bobby Hendry, Peter Sae at the city park on Friday, Judy Bishop of Orlando is .
;and Saturday. July 24 and 25,
visiting Gayle Cross-
Morgan: Hubert FeW, Greg Harris
cordial welcome -
Heights in extending
a Hal Eisenacher. Tommy'Paw- starting at 9 a- m. until sell-out.I i I| Rev. and Mrs!. Daniel Stafford "Where Services As r d"I

to all skiers and visitors at the hkowski. Pat and Phyllis Tomaino.and Personals and family hare returned to their I,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gast of home in Oklahoma: after a visit
Jerry's aunt. Mrs. Helen Williams -
Southern Regional Tournament, and Mrs. Ruth Evers, both Brooklyn, N. Y. spent two days with Mrs. Stafford's parents, Mr.
last week at the White FeatherCurt and Mrs.'Walter Mann. i

July 24, 25, 26 of Visitors Wilmington.Entertained Del. : Mrs. Gast is a niece of I t Bill Riddling of Orange' Park REDFEARN1S

Mrs. Arthur Ruscher. The Casts is visiting his grandparents, Mr.
Pat
and Phyllis! Tomaino. visitors -
had been married on July 11, and and Mrs. John L.Harpe.

from Chicago,were entertained after leaving Keystone they continued -,. Miss Mary McGee has returned
by their hostess, Mrs. JoeDaurrr.
BELOTE[ DRUG
STORE'Keystone with a-combination swimming : on their honeymoon to from a visit with' her cousin in
i South Florida. i Sanford.
Your
party-luncheon on Friday. Hotpoint Dealer for 14 Years
and Mrs. Ella CBird,- who was Injured j Miss Pat Preston went to At-
Cathy McGlave Mary Ann
Heights, Fla. I In a fail some weeks ago. is,jlanta to visit 'her aunt, Mrs. H. PHONE
Schaeffer
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FLORAHOMEAND I and Mrs. Frank Price of
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MELROSE Ilorahome: had
GRANDIN as guests Sunday CIRCUIT
t Mr Price's brother and sister-in-
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C. Johnson. Mrs. Ethel McGrath returned! Austin Miller 6f Flbrahome is
doing Very Vreli \t5#, and will
Mrs. Maude Rogers has returned :home to Florahome Sunday from stall seriously ill in the Putnam Tv
soon be up and around.
from a visit with her son, C. F'atka' where she had visited !Memorial Hospital at Palatka. Miss Margaret Conneen' of Philadelphia SALE/fl-
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Rogers, Jr., h Tampa. her daughter and son-in-law Mr.I .Mrs. Roland Tanner and Mrs.E. is vacationing with her
Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Stedham I and Mrs. J. D. Mafia and herson S. Brantley and two sons brother and family Mr. and Mrs. /
of Palatka spent last Thursday and daughter-in-law Mr. and Charles and John, of Grandinwere Ed Oonneen and son Peter.
with their son and daughterinlaw Mrs. Alex McGrath. for several business visitors in Keystone Mr. and Mrs. John S. van ier-
Rev. and Mrs. B. Ray Sted- weeks. Heights on Monday morn-
hook and daughter Edith visited
ham and son, John. Mrs. Fannie Hinsley returnedto ing.Little the Schaeffers' on Saturday and
Laureen Schearer returned COME SEE YOURSELF\
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howell of
her step-daughter, Mrs. Sid- took a good look at KeystoneHeights my
home to Miami last Saturday
Silver Springs, Md. visitingMr.
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ney A. Gornto's home in East Pa- with an eYe to retirementplans
,after spending several weeks in I
and Mrs. R. F. Simmons. latka last weekend where she
Ralph Cason of Palatka recently will stay for a chile before coming Grandin with her grandmother, Mr.- and MrsEarl A. Hate,
visited his parents, Mr. and back to Florahome. MrsA.. G. Hinson. :Miss Peggy Payne' ;and Miss Emi ON TV a' 'i
Mrs. R. M- Cason. Maj. and Mrs. James I. Sikes i t
Mrs. Alma Clark of Florahome ly Johns spent a delightful day it
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and eldest of
son Larry Augusta
Mrs. Edna Williams and daugh-
went with her Silver Springs let Th\frsday.
sister Mrs. L. W. \ .
ter, Linda, and Carol Hurst left Ga. arrived in Grandin last Sat- .
Motes of Hollkter, and Mrs- Motes'son They 'especially enjoyed the Deer MONITOR. SETS FURNISHED BY \ ;
urday where they will visit rela-
to visit
Friday Mrs. Williams'father
and Farm but found to their 'dismay
daughter-in-law Mr and
tives there and in Hawthorne.Mrs. .
and brother in Indiana.Mr. Mrs. Stanley Hales of that deer DO bite!
Interlachen
and Airs- Mickey White to see their bJOther. Floyd Mat- Ethel Brockman of Grandin ,Mrs. Helen Williams and'Mrs. SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV jAj S
left
and son, Michael left last week chett, in a hospital at Orlando Sunday for Perry for a Ruth Evers of Wilmington"Del..
visit with her son-in-law and
for a two week's visit in Rome, have been visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. I
daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Joe Pawlikowski and Mrs. Mary
Ga.Mr. .
and Mr. Dick Logsdon and CHURCH. MELROSERev. :!Bayless. Smulskl. Mrs. Sinulski[ and Mrs-
daughter Terry Jean left Satur- M. H. Breyfogle Vicar MrsElbert Eubanks and chil- Williams sisters. On Monday
day for a trip to Ohio. Sunday 0 a. m., Sunday I:dren, Alisia and Cindy, of Largoare morning-Mrs.are Smulski, Mrs. Williams :.
Duplicate Bridge School; 11:15 a. m., Morning visiting Mrs. Eubanks' mother
and Mrs. Evers drove to
Winners of the Melrose Dupli-j Prayer and Sermon [ Corn I I Mts. Alma Griffin, in Grandin
Holy -i Miami for'a few,days. F. DSAiAD1ANDt
cate Bridge were: high Mrs. Alice I'''. munion each first Sunday]; 7:30 this week. Mr. and Mrs- William F.'Hart- BIG ,DIP } 0, ll
i I Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Mayo Sr. of
Kttchum and Mrs. Helen Phelps: 'p. m. Young People meet. I man of Wilmington, Del., are
.second high. Mrs. Mary Cook and J II Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com longwood spent Tuesday night visiting Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert
Mrs. 'Millie Robinson. munion. of last week with relatives in Nelson and enjoying 'the Ski '

. Grandin. Tournament.Jim I'CE: :MILK; : COOKING OIL

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's ..... ......... Holsin, of bek lb.'m.;:* s
a weekend guest of the Joe Daurers. -
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Jim and Joe had especially ROSEDALE
RISINGBy gOod luck 'fishing.
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"SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Lew Muir has "Just 'Joined the : PEARS

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Sirs. Gordon Jones ranks of boat-enthusiasts,'having 35'PAR 4' i.
purchased a handsomeKraft 'l Stnrtend
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rc 'hefuir's 'son:30hnny : Limit With Order
Sue Underhill celebratedher named the boat "Mother's Vaca-
SubdivisionJUST 7th birthday anniversary Saturday 'Jon" which we thought was real :

__)_ New with a party for 10 of her thoughtful and sweet, but after S : '
little friends. They enjoyed games discussing it with "Mother" Muir, J
OPENED ON i and cake and ice concluded that the inferenceis T. PAK '
BEST Buys cream. we A Moist Spiced Cake Iced
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand not "This is a vacation forMother"but

IX LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Lake daughter were Sunday dinner "There goes Moth- CANNED DRINKS With Soft White Icing! )
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis- T'S Vacation!" In the same vein
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Atkinson Frank Harris boat is ironically
I b. Near Keystone Heights .Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Atkinson named "Beebe's Mink."' 1 IGan Free With BAR CAKE

GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice : Jr. of Donaldsville Ga. Lt.Col.,Gay Livingston has just .j 'QT.SPANISH
Shade Large Lots were overnight guests of Mr. and returned from two weeks encampment 3

$2,275 TO $2,575 .Mrs. Reed Lewis Saturday. Sun- at Fort Lee, Va., with the 3 CANS AT FOR
20 PER CEl'\1' DOWN 5 YEARS TOY day they all attended the Atkin- Army Reserves. During his absence _
son family reunion in Brooker at Mrs. Livingston spent a week [in
S. E. MAY(( REALTORKeystone the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jacksonville with her friend Mrs.C. .

Atkinson. J. Bastedo, after which the two L: 25
Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 Mr and Mrs. E. C- Lewis attended ladies went to Cypress Gardens I 2-gc 2:5carnation :

... Melrose Phone Granite; 5-2968:! the funeral of Grover for' a few days.. _
Thomas. Thursday and visited CHURCH NEWSSt. .
i"' ... Mrs. Ophelia Moore of Brooker. Anne's Episcopal Church
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and Eugene and Julius Jones be held starting July 27 through

Kited relatives in Ocala and Lady 31, at St. Anne's. Sessions which
Lake, during the wekend. include! handwork, ,
Bible Study 8
KEYSTONE GAS CO. Johnny Norman of Mulberry is and refreshments will begin at 9, ,.c> S .
sending his vacation here with a. m., and last until 11:30. There ,
"YOUR FRIENDLY"G\S DEALER" friends and relatives. will be two. ,age groups 4 and .5, ,
Mr. and M;s. Dick*R'auterfcon year-old "Pis hoolers, an l:children : TALL'CANS

Keystone Heights, Fla. and children, Mrs. Rachel Greenof from the first through the 1 1HAND
Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. 5th grades- Teachers will be Rev.
Buck Alvarez and grandchildrenof Bill Breyfogle, Mrs. Robert Jack-
Come In And Register For FREE Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. son. Mrs. Lawrence LaMee Dianne lILK

Eddie Norman last Sunday. Brokas. Dee Dee Hardenbergh, MuK
The ,Ed Raulerson: family and Lane Jackson, Susan Davis Elea-
Prizes To Be Given 7
Aug.
Away Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sweat and nc>re Thompson and Jackie Laren. LIMIT
family have moved to Starke from .
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7 this settlement.The Holy Communion Services will .
General Electric Freezer
A. C. Ellis family is on the be held at 7:30: a. m., Saturday,
sick list this 'week. St. James' Day. PACKED -
Certificate for $25 Worth of Gas Mrs. E. J. Manni and"children Rev. Breyfogle has returned

Nancy and Johnny are visiting from 'Camp Weed with three of I
60-Gallon Gas Tank Friends and relatives in""Waltham, the young people: Dee Dee Hard- 303 C

Mass. enbergh Dianne Brokas, and ,Alec
TOMATOES
Sportsman's Outdoor Barbecue Set Livingston. 10
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:[ 3 Sets Century CookwareVISIT on Friday and Saturday.
HAMPTON St. WI11 ams' Catholic

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Plans are progressing nicely < .1"
US IN: OUR NEW LOCATION 01'POSIIMALLARD'S Btfi rfr B'-killA tt for the Annual Ham Supper whichis
always held on Labor Day
: FIVE & TEN ,; 1'}. 'l.1. d'l1....4. Weekend. This year, it will be Saturday TWIN PET

Din .'. hl 1:ii'rStt 'i: cfW!Melt- evenin Sept. 5. Tickets
y bd ''at Herhcfon< Va-f"' parents'. will soon be on sale. The Supper

Dependable 24-Hour ,Servicew: o* a'sort, David Clinton7, born July will be held in St. William's Recreation 4FOR
8, ''iii Herh&oh.Mr.!ind' I&rs. L. Hall.COMMUNITY.

Dar Phone 4351 Night Phone :2582! Melton' of Hamptod i ire ferand0arehts. CHURCH FOOD

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Mr'' and''Mrsi i P. H. Lott and Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister ;
-' "Ji" :"" .-..:"\-. --!".:--- '!\h-----';'-, "" Brenda'ittoved\ 'last'trfek 'fftm the Airs J. Hetherington

i ".,. ,-- Hardy. honse"tojtfiejfthk: Williams' Organist and Choir Director
house l>a' Pme'stireet. Here Sunday School 9 a. m. Morn-

HOME ON YOUR LOT visiting Vlth the. LOtts" hwe theirrecent irtg Worship 10 m. 'during July
VaHtifon in stead; Miss., and August.St. .
is'".tneIr 'daUfeh'teCMrsl'W., W. ,

NO MONEY' DOWN ;I-tocfcs Tenn. aba'"chttaen""ortiemphis: Wflnam"Keystone Catholic heights Chapel SOUTHERN MAID

i. Mr. and !Mrs. A'G"Pope'of Eau Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m.
By: Toney Guilders, Inc. 'LOWBox r Game spent Several days in Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.

106, 149;} UP Hampton last week, and Mrs. Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. .A C

Bowling Green, l1a.AS Pope remained to be here with Confessions before an Masses.
their daughter, Mrs. Edward Sax- Baptisms, marriages laid in- y.J
tittmm by P lntmeS-c. 5LB.
on.Mrs. 1Vleal
K. B.
Watterson returned
ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
or
home from Bradford County Hospital -i i CHURCH KEYSTONE PKG.SKAFF'S .

much Friday improved.Mr. last. week and Is t Rev; M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar,

Sunday-7:30 a. m. Holy Communion i"
and Mrs. W. P. McElroyand : 9:30 a. m, Sunday
i children vacationed at Cedar,
School; 9:30 a. m. Morning Pray
Key for several days last week. i iMI"3. hand Sermon (Holy Communion I _. ," ,
AL.. Sullivan and Mrs.I each first Sunday]; 6:30 p. .m.
Arthur Milken of Ocala visited Young. People meet.
Mrs. J. J. Brannen and Mrs. T- F. '1:30 Holy
Holy Days a. m..
Brown Sunday. Communion.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bradleyand -- 1 Gallon
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man, mother of Mrs. Bradley,: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
This Lovely 2 Bedroom, Model $J 945 were visitors with the Forsyth and I J. ft. 'Smith -p a tor. Ralpn

Knight families in Hampton Sun-' Copeland, Minister of Music and
t (Without Carporte) day, and all had a family reunionat church orgiinist.Services -c
Many :Models! to Choose From Write for Free Folder the home of Mr. and Mrs. I : Sunday School 9:45: U'Tl IT .
I aston Forsyth. Present for the a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

J Place occasion were T. F. Forsyth, Mr. Training. Union,. 7 p.,m. Evening
Any in FliniiIaNO Same Low Price '
\ and Mrs- Joe Forsyth Mr. and services' 8 p. m.
Mrs. Otis Forsyth and children, ").fak church: "worship a family
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth, :affair." -
Mrs- Ina Kniht and son Mr. '
Local Representative and :\Int. Bradley and sons and Mrs- Sparkman. Other visitors on f fI
tote weekend were'Mr. and Mrs.E i ITIlIAr

[1 A YD. FORTH CARD OF THANKSWe I E, Charles Mrs. Purvis Crews Green and and son daughterof Mr.and 'I I

wish to eXPress to kind I
our
Kingsley Lake and Mr. and
Highway 21Phone 4123 I neighbors and thoughtful friends Mrs. Ed Silcox of Heflbronn. I 1
cur heartfelt thanks for their \ -
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. Fallen. Ner -
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If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money The:! beautiful apPft'Ciated.-'n1e flowerswere family especially -' ff a \isit'witbr their son-in-law SEALTEST FOREMOST GUSTAFSON Half Gallon 45c .

I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D- E. ., s ..L..;.. ...d "..'..... .i .I .. -,-.-,. .." ,,- -, if._'
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f7tn'nm1R1V1VVT I11V' last Sunday.::: AH were glad to see reeeined for the' farms ol Bub alt). 1'League and Women's Missionary|tiers will be planned befor 4o..1 they will be given to Arts and

them able to be back with us. I Carter and.Lynn.Hamilton. These \ The new law..Ms.more lenient on I Sciety Convention, July 15 to 19 i after the. convention next year. CtsTts by Supervisor Shell. We

CLAY HILL Lacy Norman was back In gs mapswill be used ,to develop a petty offenses than. e. old stat-,I I I with Rt. Rev. S. L. Greene. D. DLUX iliss Willis was very helpful In the}arej hoping that each child will

church again Sunday and complete farm lan.- at v but stiffer .on more serious presiding Bishop, and Rev. music department. RaneB. English! complete several articles to take

brought his new wife Maggie with Rodman Underhill'used the Dis- ones., '*' r., .y rl W P. Jenkins presiding elder. reporter home as a product of the summer

by Mrs. J. L. Strickland him. As we said last week they sOMSOfc ply S18C1Iii trict's fertilizer spreader on his ,............ ......,.#... The theme for the meeting was Summer Activity Program I pi gram. Simple be, ceramics demonstrated.and
u .& arc both Christians, both mem- Pensacola Bahia pastures. He remarked "Forward With Christ Through The summer program'at' PIE I molding will

bers,Of the Highland Church and Soil Conservation that with a little fertilizer J..ONG.BRIDGE Prayer and Thanksgiving", theme :and Anderson Junior High :will) PrirtcI ills Thompkins and Anderson -
Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish bbth workers- We need more like < his Pt'nSacolakeeps :-his cows song; "On Christ The Solid, RockI not close until July 31. This will ..are gratified at the progress
and family are visiting Mr. and them : N E. W-S in'gocd shape and he makes some AND NEW RIVER Stand." end the seventh week of acuviUes.1!made during the summer in the

Mrs. Fred Lang and other relatives By Bin Baas hay, too. An essay contest,held Sundayincluded j Parents are asked to | swimming program. Many of thebeginners
and friends at Clay Hill. Mrs. There were 54 children enrolled Soil Conservation_ Service A. D. Dobbs was discussing Mrs K. F: Meriitt I I the following subjects; send the children until the last are now diving. Parents
Parrish is Mr. Lang's daughter.Mr. in the Highland Vacation Bible planting of grass the other day 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEveryone "In What Sense Does God .Need day which will be next Fndey.I'arc always welcome to join us in
and Mrs. Bill Land and School and 12 workers. All of the Soil Conservation farm plans and reported good results when I Us To Work Out Natural Laws?, During the last days much activity these activities.
daughters, Sharon and Linda, of projects were wen taken care of, were delivered to Mrs. Maude he used a seeder cultipacker to i in this' section of the "What is the Value of Going To I 1

Live Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. J. all work well done. They were i Wainwright L. G. Johns, V. R. plant the grass.That: seed planter county that grew tobacco is head Church on Sunday?"; ,-Do you \v. y' 'L ._': x ::: :' t

L. Strickland one day last week. unable to give the program at Ferguson Lynn' Hamilton and C.. seems to plant the. seed just over heels trymg to get it ready i Think The Old Fashioned Gospel ''&,, ': VVsSs& : r.._, ,
Mrs. Land and Mr. Strickland's the end:: of the work as the principal F. Carter. Included In most of right," he said. for the market opening July 23. 'Is Too Out of Date To Meet the ". r

family grew up together, but it Debbie Phillips was called these plans are suggestions for Mrs. Selma Eunice used the Most everyone wants to get in on |Needs of Our Modern Youth?" *& -

had: been several years since she home before the V. B- S. was the use of Pensacola Bahia for District; Grain Drill to plant Pen- the first sales. 'Rev. Sampson and Rev. Jenkins ALL I HEAR IS i w

had visited the old place. completed-due I to illness of her I permanent: pastures. eacola: Bahia and Hairy Indigo The Crews families held their wish to thank all persons that

,Our daughter. Betty Brumbe- {jrendchfld.: :Miss Debbie was the Pensacola Bahia is one of the reunion at Long Bridge Church made the convention a success.I IOJ re ":'
1
Idw of Jacksonville spent Saturday musician and principal and the best pasture grasses that can oe ;last Sunday. The weather was "off especially the entertainment I
night with Mom and Dad final program could not be carriedon I used to this area. It will take Driver Permit L awGoes and on", but they had a good recreation committee headed by! Jrenaa.Jll8 1

Strickland. She attended Sunday without her. Better luck next rough treatment and still produce j : I'c vlf' I crowd in spite of the rain. The Ira 'Principal Eddie Thompkins.

School and church with us Sunday limp.We: llenty of grazing. info EffectFlorida's Merritts of Palatka were among Regular service for Trustee Day 1 i

at Highland..R. had:! 57 present" in Sunday those attending. I will be held Sunday starting with rir ICE MILK ,.
L. Dowline; of Jacksonville School Sunday:: and our grade Area Soil Scientist Robert D. new point system for Bobby Crews, who has been attending 1 Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt.I S z b ;'
57. Roush with Soil Conservation suspending the license of convicted ministerial has :: -J i f
called on the Stricklands Sunday was! The men and women school |Irene Thomas in charge. Morning ,I
evening and had supper with adults f tied for the banner for Service was in Bradford Soil traffic violators went into effect been holding services at Long worship: at 11 a. m. evening ser- kftJ i'
I'I'thrm. attendance. Sounds like each Conservation District preparing I July 1st. Bridge Churcn, with good attendance -. vice at 6 p. m. All members are :: New! Delicious dairy dessert :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler I gas trying to out work the other. Soil and Capability maps.. These, County Judge T. A. Yawn said asked to see the leaders and makea ias you who like to be dim j| 4

and daughter Gloria of Jacksonville I Rev. Chism preached on the subI maps are used to prepare com- the new law is a step in the right Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fipps spenta report : ? Good refreshment for ff"V1 X.

visited at Clay Hill Sunday I Itflrnoon. I I i '('t. Be Born Within to Live plete soil and water conservationfarm direction but added it allows too few days with relatives in Au- President Elizabeth ,Givens has sommerfime,anytime.VamTI* .,.$.

The Stricklands and j I II Without. text was 1 John 5:10. pl*>ns. The map will show many violations before a violator's bvrndale last week. just returned from the Missionary F-iVI j 4t .1 strawberry Neapolitan .An

Faye England were included in j I Sore came during Sunday you the different types of soils wings are clipped. Donnie Crews went hunting Quadriennial held in Detroit, >ph. rpI.1.Tab a
the ones visited. Robert lived in School but were too late to be you have on your farm. The Soil Licenses of drivers will be sus- several days ago and came back MICh. and has a report of interestto

this neighborhood when a vouth counted. Remember Sunday Conservation Service has suggestions pended under the law after they down in the dumps. He I made you.,Oome.out- and get infor- -
School starts for managing the different have accumulated a total of 12 three shots and killed only _
at P-45 one
and attended SundaY School and let's make mation and-echoes from this important }/
church here. He also attended i every effort to get there on time. types of soils for their Improve- points.* Minimum suspension is rabbit national meeting. EJ.. f

school at Clay Hill school while Preaching services Sunday morn- ment. one month. I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Givens reporter.

Mr. Wade was teacher. He had ng., 11 a. m., song rehearsal 7 p. Leonard Griffb used the Dis- Judge Yawn said he feels the i Anderson regret to learn of the Ebrnezer Baptist Church Buy ffus good Sts -Fta3uct froai
law is inadequate in that is does :
.. net> been in this section for a m-. evening! worship 8 p. m., trict's rotocycle mower to control not differentiate between deliberate death of Mr. Anderson's father Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. 'your dealer's Treasure Chest of Super{ !
a -
number of years but said it seemed Player meetinz 8 p. m. Wednesday the weeds on his pasture land*By and an innocent careless last week. We extend sympathy to E. D. Robinson, pastor was host

like coming; home again.. Needless evening. All are invited to mowing the weeds down early the offense. For instance, he said a the families. to the Sunday School Convention
: to say all of these folks were attend. pasture will have from July 16 to July President .
grass more
convicted of 30
person going mph
welcome and invited to Susan Hayward Stars A. O. Jenkins resigned and Rev.E. .
are come We I
still
are looking for some room to get out and grow. in a 25-mile zone would receive
j t.i J i D-Robinson elected
'
-; was president -
again. I one to help us with the news. If Elek J. Lehoczky used the District's"'fertilizer the same..treatment as a person I In B-Girl Drama"I
you are tired of hearing just what spreader to put deliberately'speeding at 100 mph.
hospital and recuperating nicely happens at the Stricklands' out 0-14-10 fertilizer field he I P. Franklin vice-president:
on a Points will be levied for eight[ Want To Live" starring Susan Rev- A. B. Vinson, of '# e ,
The teacher of the Adult Ladies house tell us what happens at is going to plant Giant'Striata categories of offenses. Six points, Hayward Academy Award president
the B- T. and
U. Department
Sunday School class in Highland. vour, house too and we will tell Crotalaria.- He will turn 'the .
penalty will be' charged drivers i winner as the best actress of the Pev. W. L. Mosley, vice-president. ,,. ,; ,
Nellie Wilkinson, is on the sick that crctalaria under to add organic leaving 'the of I w ,
scene an accident;year in 1953, will play at the Park''Mrs. Bertis Robinson elected
list yet and was unable to attend .M1PENTECOcTM material to the soil. or 'for 'speeding resulting in and i ; was E
Theatre next
Sunday Monday
Sunday School and church Sun- ; HOLINESS accident. chorister and will plan all music _- ..
niimrrn The other day J. B. White told j and Tuesday.' and coordinate the .xrhoirs :.'
day. We hoop she will be able to
I Four point offenses include This is a story of a B-Girl Barbara A scholarship of $100 given
..
be with next Sunday. Snarls School. 1O a. m.:Ttf om>' me he- had a field of Crimson 4 was
reckless driving and passing Graham.
a and the paradox
Miss ,Mosley.- for attendance .to
Vim Strickland and Russell ins! Worship.' 11 a. m.: Evangelistic clover which \ras about 'readytoput' :
topped school bus.. 'i that was her life. It is "also, the 4
Florida Normal Industrialand
Prescott, who have both recently "sprvices 7:30 p. m. : for hay. Crimson Iove!" i is i
been in hospitals for operations. Wednesday Prayer Meetin\ used on soils that are a little dry Three points will be charged for story of 'one of the most sensa- Memorial: College, St. Augustine- '
all mining .JviolatlonsJ' Including tional trials in the history oialifornia f More than $400 was raised during
7:30 for white clover. ?
m.
able to be in church again n
were
ordinary speeding, and for parking : where Barbara ,was the session. The complete list of !!1

A complete soil and water conservation on the highway outside cities. tried and executed for murder. new officers will be released next

Building A New Home / ? farm plan was preparedfor Driving a car with faulty equipment Miss Hayward is supported by week and::will-.include,.secretaries FORD AT DEALER'S YOUR -..,IS'v
such as lights brakes -.or PliUlin Coolidge: Lou Krugman
Marklee: Moody. Most of the I and committee. chairmen and the
USED CARS
farm is still in row crop bUt muffler will draw two points pen?'and Wesley;. .Lau. v time and place of committee reports -
M GIVE YOU' A NEW
.. llarklee is planning- on putting -yyyyyy-------y --- ............---.. r .'", 'Yr, v ";""4:&,1 P"OTE..f.i
one field which has been lying- Antioch, Choir did .not sing because ,: M ",- ',' KINOWHEN .'
'
NEWS OF INTEREST COLORED At,>y_, .v /: *. .. YOU BUXJ ,.
TO "
moet.of the members ; v'g K *sw > iv ,
were '
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STOPTHOSE out for several years into Pensa- ', <.;) 'V..' "' 't ....___.. _,.,l l"Nfi' .
<
cola Bahia.A 1 on vacation. We hope that vacawft.lLj4W fW' ); :.;t' ; i:' -.,. .' .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i '_ 3 it 't.. ::. GV i: Y.

Soil Conservation District is'directed' t
*Every A-l Used Car is Inspected, reconditioned if neces'nary
the citizens 'of By ,Ozora, J. Shell
only by ;
and road-tested. And warranted in
.. !$ they're writingby
the County the land owners &&& AAA&A&AAa&&A&&a&&AA.A.A.. . . 1 the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy! See ,
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TERMITES BEFORE through an elected governing cars with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer' Used Cat \
I' body called a Board of District heroines Hoid Meetine fourth grades at RJE and servesas JEWELRYWATCHES hopping: Coates

.Supervisors. The Soil Conservation -I Ruth Covet No. IS ot thtr 1610- coordinator: rf the elementary .SEEPAGE.-6,, FOR.
THEY START t District is American sett- lloE-S' ot Jenctto held & erg,successful department '

/, t government. t- election July 14. This washe Mr. and Mrs. Harry Young and AIAMONDSREPAIRS DEALER
n I Bradford Soil Conservation District ,last meeting 'before vacation. children are home after vacationing ORD
i Careful and thorough treatment, of the ground and
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Supervisor Zedra Hamilton.: The M. A. M.'declared all offices on the Florida East coast. i All Work Guaranteed!
foundation, with the right methods and chemicals, is of Brooker has some Gator Rye' vacant, turned the gavel over to Linda and Yvonne spent their vacation A. C. Williams

the only sure way to prevent .th_, danger of termites. that is seeding-out about shoulder Grand Deputy Frazier who held J' in Green! Cove Springs with 142'] W" Call- St.Star ". I-r"; -USED CARS
The cost of treating the ground before; you build is hih. "I'm sure proud of that rye" the election ana installed the new their grandmother Mrs. Rosa ,

only a fraction of the cost after the building is erected. "he says. t's the best I ever had." officers. He gave a very fine inspirational Cceman.! Harry works at the Natal ,.Fla. .
Before contractor starts construction ask for Zedra went on to say that Gator talk to all the sisters Air Station and Ethel worksat Formerly Roberts Jewelry -i
your us INSPECTED ROAD-TESTED WARRANTED
rye is a little slow getting started, and charged them to do their duty f> RJE cafetorium. She attendedthe RECONDITIONED
information and a free estimate. Our work work carries
but once it begins to-grow it outgrows to God as well as this organiza- workshop for lunchroom work- "-I- .' --- .- -.-. -
a long-term guarantee. Then can relax and know -
you 'any of the other'varieties. tion. He turned the gavel back to ers in Daytona Beach during June.
: that YOUR new home is safe from termite damage for Complete soil and water conservation the newly elected Most Ancient Camp Woodrest CancelledAll ,

a ong time to come! I farm plans were pre- Matron Sophia Royal. A delicious of the pupils taught by Mrs.

pared for Hogan Smith and E. J. meal was served downstairs by L. M. Royal who earned a free

PHONE WO 4-3965 Lehoczky. Hogan is putting a lot the members. The guests Included trip to camp have received gifts TO OUR: CUSTOMERS E S
.t ,. of his land into pine:-tcees: Mr.Lehcczky Deputy Frazier daughter and and will be given the trip to Camp
is'' a 'newcomer to this friends and Juveniles. 'The social Woodrest next summer. The campis .

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL area, and plans to use a sod-base 1 bur ended the meeting until owned by a large citrus grower
crop rotation system. Included in September 11, at which time the who donated it for people who
his cropping system is Blue Lu- regular,meetings.will begin. This studied the Bible. When they AN'F
AND CHEMICAL CO pine; for a winter cover and Crotalaria vacation period .applies to the started to remodel it for this F FRIENDSWe I '

: for his summer cover. Be- Juveniles as welL Watch this paper August it was found that it neededto .
.ing.new in the area he could see for the date of your first be rebuilt completely to protect
224: N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. the need for turning under large meeting after vacation. Parentsare children from fire hazzards. It

amounts of organic material. asked,to see that the dues and will not be completed until late ;
Soil and capability maps were endowment' for their children in September therefore camp will wish to express our appreciation for your wonderful

have been paid through the monthof not be held this year. This same \ .
.- July. Many thanks for your group plus others who qualify cooperation in helping celebrate our 13th Anniver-

c.>opera tion. f.-om Bible study at the schools in ,.

.. Mrs. Sohpia RoyaL M. A. M. Bradford County will be given the r sary. Approximately 2,000 of our customers visited our

.. Marriage Vows. Told trip to camp next year. Plan now

: This t f Mrs.- Emma Lou Cromity announce to study and win a free trip to store during the week. An estimated 500 attended the
.
the beautiful New Camp Wood-
the recent marriage of her .
daughter Willie Mae to Lester K. rest.-Mrs., L.Bible M. Royal reporter.Missionary drawing Friday night.WE / _
: tl1eallS Randolph" son of Mr. and Mrs. Camp
Jessie Randolph all of .Lawtey. The Baptist Missionary Bible ,
The marriage was solemnized at Camp will be held for two weeksin

: risk/ the Church of God in Christ with August. The boys will attend
Rev. Pressley' officiating in the the first week from August 10 to APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND LOOK
15girls; August 17 to 22., A de-
double-ring] ceremony. The bride '. ..
wore a lovely sheer white Chan- posit of $2 must accompany your
FORWARD TO SERVING YOU IN TIlE. FUTURE
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application which is
'due In the
ftAbove< tilly town and matching tulle veil.
.. ,the moon; \..-. '_ The maid of honor was Miss'Rose- Jacksonville office by August 1. i
: Beneath F [the roof- of your;Harkened" place bud. Kittles. Bridesmaids included For further information contact AS WE HAVE IN THE PAST.Winners .
Mrs. A. O-,Jenkins at 902 N. Oak -
Oia Lee Brown Berniece Hender ,
J .
: of business,your day's cash receipts; son Lois Mae Rowe and Cortez Street: Camp will be conducted

: Out of the murk,the flashlight of a thief, .Houston. The best'man was John at Florida Normal And.Industrial .
Memorial College, St. ,Augustine.Boy t .. '. -

Ask about our service designed tQ '' .. =. *Scott.The bride was given to marriageby Scoots Of America: oft Door Prizes Last Friday Night Were: \
'
.. help avoid this risk r Boy Scouts of Troop No. 71,

you '. Joseph, Bntt. Music was byj played a softball game last Satur- f 1st Prize-Sufficient Paneling for 8x12 Wall-NICK TlIO IAS. ,
I
M. )'r1 r.eUlt-.-. ., Enoch Allen at the. piano, day and beat Lawtey team 7 to 2.! t.. t.
., .. solo, "0 Promise Me", Miss A. B.I The Starke group lead all the 2nd Prize-Lawnmower--MRS. ALICE JENKINS. '
Anderson. Vocal, solo. "Because,** .
I way. Due to a heavy schedule: the
o This : Jeanette Kittles.This was the last members of the troop ..will not I 3rd Prize-G. E. Mixmaster MRS. LAURA TISON. { .

; ; colorful wedding to our'commun- until July 27Theywill --
I leave for camp Prize .
4th Pli-0-Vin Paint
MRS. ESSIE CROSBY.
: bridesThe .,
NIGHTmeans : ity for*June couple take in the ,second week, at '"
s ;vil1 reside in Lawtey for,the pre- Camp Coaeoochee. According to 5th'Prize Freezer .
-Electric. Ice Cream -MRS. JAMES. CHITTY. f >
A i sent. Mrs. L.' K. Randolph is .
: Scoutmaster: T. Marshall Sr. 1 r 1
DEPftSlftRY teacher of special education at C. and his assistant Clarence Williams 6th Prize-Ted Williams Reel and Rod-MARSHMAN REDDISH. '
: C.. Anderson ,Junior High School.Lester '
SAFETY! Sr, a very ;large group of .
.. ., ",;;!',.,a L. K. Randolph has just com- scouts will go to camp this year. 7th Prize-Sunbeam Electric Saucepan-J. G. JACKSON. 1f
.. i 1.;;_ pleted a tour of duty with the
the
oter
happy response -
.... t -. '- "h','- USN and win enter ;college, this I They are given very this, year by w citizens 8th. Prize-Porter-Cable Drill, -DELLA ROSENBERG.9th '

"t .... reporter.aD to study pre-dentistry-Staff with reference to the baseball Prize-Complete Door J Mirror-.MRS., LULA TORODE.i. t r' *,i iT iv
4. :suits donated. Many thanks againo f .

.... -. .' _. Ends, Vacation each business and company that 10th Prize-Black and Decker Drill-ROBERT CARRAWAY. 1...'
Mrs-A. T. Paul has just returned contributed.CHCBCH -
: to Starke after an extended NEWS ,. 11th Prize Cormirg Saucepan-W.,C. RHODENV _* f', !r.:

... FLORiDAf I ; vacation with her sister, Mrs. E. Allen Chapel AME : A.
'
.. V. Johnson of Philadelphia Pa. Allen ,Chapel', A. M. E. Church.

and -her brother A- M. Dinkins Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor were

s who resides in Newark. N. J. hosts to ,the, annual Sunday f Starke Builders Supplies Inc.

t BARK! AT iTAK-E 1 She is the teacher of third and School Allen Christian.. Endeavors .
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r One of 28 Banks of the Florida National 'Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. : 'ilea's" JothiDa1 1215 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE WO 4-1211
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Methodist Church; ; V Htuate>, lying an! btrg In .'Brad- !at- 10 a. m. on Tne-day, July 2Sth.I'I I undcrgnd hi* filed its Final; 1ti.tirr .
ltd C' lJoty.' Florida- to-wit I 195? for approval d th. same and i as Idmit: :r.lor ->f 'k.' Estal
,OpSCHIPTIOX ,.f PROPERTT f ir fin*I discharge as executor of' ..r Walter S Siftley. f'l"la.otl l.; n.at j
Sunday -Church School for -ULJIIU : C mxDve at the Southwest the estate of. Annie P. Schofield. dee it has fJIcd petition- for > all : ('orTer't tor.d-befonglnir to Louis c and final d'stharge.: anrt thaton
9:45
Worship
ages a. m-; Morning
t tI X-lon" in the South Half (S4 ) Pated tlfs 23rd dar of June. 195) the 20th day of JulY 1959. It
fl NEW
$ $ 11 a. in.; Shack super for (Of the Northwest Quarter I at tarkf'. Bradford C.unty. Florida.S "m! apply to the Honorable Theron
young people. 6:30 p. IlL: Youthmeeting. tNWVi ) of the ortb\Yht Quarter OLLIE KENDRICK: A Yawn. County Judge' of Bradford
(NW>4) of Section 15. Township Executor of the Estate of "cwntFlorH: *. for a>pfWh * ., 7 p. m. Evangelistic -rj 8 South. Range 22 East Annie P. Schofield deceased sa'! l Final Returns and for an.
I ffo r- 4 p. tn. Hifftt ttirqes*Motor and run North along the West C'2S' 4t 7/1C Order of D.stril-vtlnn and for Final
'Ilns t>f land IIf'saM Louis' NeleoH I fi>,c.barge as Administrator of the
IAt'The YCdi1C5d3YV.Prair .meeting.. V :- -. DbNA4I. -* 120 feet to the Northwest !s The C...ty Jmifr'n C...rt. IBAm Estate of WIICCVS.. !':ibte,. deceased.
A 1:3& rj. m. ---- --- ;- '"': 'rnel""or land of the fund Louis For Rmdfvrd r.....,, Florl- This 25th flay of Jane. A. D. 19t9.
Tabernacle St. Mark's ;Episcopal :-foson. thence run West J U Ca. -Prwhate.. >.. l-4i The Florida National Bank Of
I "" Rymid .' ,MaDI41* HIOHLAJW "Whtreln thfe lovely 'June days In my head I was weeping whenI feet to a point thrn run South IN RE: Estate of Walter S. Sibley. Jacksonville
pf this y ar.paSsbY. 1 dreaiti'ann answered the f le hone. A oman's Jt fet to th* Sboth line of the deoenwd.MlTtrK. Py Fred J. Thompson Jr. ..
! 'XJomparative studies of the Gos- BAPTIST tUURCd 1.uth'; Half (s%) of the Northwest OK KII.IXG PETITION Asistant Trust Officer
back Vafd.meditate
Sunday Service-9:45 a.in.t my. voice said, "Where wer you! Quarter FUR FI\AI. Waler S.
k rpels given during services at Sunday School 9:45" ex- ) of the IHVCIIIRGE FOR As Administrator Estate
were Church School; 11:00.:. n., .Morn* a. inMdrnfat : i.i as I work. I vacation ,fa bed?" By that time Don had Northret Quarter (XW ) of \ECtTOR Sibley, Dec'd.
I the Gospel Tabernacle during .fag J Prayer and Sennoru Worship 11 a. m. ani1 Evfery day Is a' fresh beginning, [heard the noise and me weeping S' tion '%i. Township South Notice is hereby> given that the ('25 4t 1111
_the past week. and will continue 7:30: p. m. :prayer: Meetinir %idWedriesday : is'' taadi Range 22 Eart thenre' rnrt East: .. I'
Holy CSmihunioh First .Sun. Ev ry morn the *brld and/carire to talk. It was only a alrtn* Said South line ,of the
,through this weekVisitors ; ':30 to.Kev:
.i day. 11:00 &1fl4 Third Sunday! : p. new I neighbor r woman wanting' to khovJabezt Sooth Half *S%) of, the Northwest ;
-.here to view the Taber:30 Geom Ckism pastor. Every Quarter (xw *) of the YOUR PROFESSIONAL
a.tn. You who are weary of sorrow the'tim of the funeral. It
Northwest
Qnarter of
: OfW%)
-nacle welcome. -
paintin Sunday afternoon LAUNDRY DRY CLEANER .
Wednesday-7:00 ,p.m. Choir and sinning. .' wasinthepap.rand they" had all! Feeti,,n !3. Township 8 South. -
;Included four German sailors, Practice 7:45 and Here Is a'beautiful hope for been : P.a nJ1e 2! East to the Point of 1
; pjn, Litany here. She had forgotten the Beginning-
temporarily stationed in AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH al1IYiog and being> In ..
.JackQIbl StUdy *ou; j tine. I have had a headache d the SAwth Half (S4) of the
:--err'1Ue.' Throufch an interpreter V fiondiy Scheol:45 a, m.; Itorn- A hope for. .me and a hope. fo.* let since then. North went Quarter v,*'<*re told the story of "The Church Lawtey Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training the North wf.t .Quarter (N\V1) .
,
.-F Grace Methodist ,you. PORK SALAD: Use cooked pork cf S-ectlmn %3. Township 8 South,
t 6:45
of iBelshazzar. Union p. m. Bvenhi WOT Range 2! EaM. ITO
Schoof
and
all
for containing
Sunday-Church Susan Coolidge '
-2 of diced pork 1% cup
ups ,
V 8:00 one (1) acr of land more or
shfp Midweek
: p. m. Prayer
Morning Worship ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
P.OBPZN ages, 10 a. m.; diced apples 1 cup diced celery !"*11. all Sting and bring in ETad-
1 Service .The above is old and
and Wednesday 730 p. m. an poem ford County. Florida.An .
ilja. m.; Evening song ser.BA1'flT |some grated carrots and shredded ABOUT PLASTIC BAGS
CHTJBCH Everyone welcome.8BA&AM. I love itJThe mornings are always the> property of the above
t Sunday School 10 '. mon service, 8 p. m. green pepper and mix together named defendant and that on the
Preach l
m. lovely but summer mornings are
Youth Fellowship, V 7th day of (especially to mothers of little children) V
Wednesday with mayonnaise. Good for Sun- l'J>t\"mtwr. 1959.! at 12
ing 11 a. m. Training Uaioa eo the nicest. Every morning is the n'('),>('k noon at the South door of
I p. m. Preaching: i:30 )>. rA. Pf :yei 8pm. ,BAPTIST CHURCH world made new. How I love the day evening supper. the mutt Ifonse In Bradford Coun
Meeting Chimes are played every Sunday HELPFUL ty. Florida. I will offer for sale Plastic bags are one of customer benefits
J :! Wedaeadav 7:30 HINTS., Do you havea many
p. m.- morning and evening. Everyone Sunday scnool, 10 a. m. Morn- n.orn'ngsThe farm women and and ceil tn the highest bidder for
1. W*edpr which improve our services fo you. They protect jour

.*i. t Union 6:30: p. hv '''Svenhig 'Worship joy in their hearts as they go ct one of those plate hangers dtfendant o
J, NEW RIVER 7:30 p.'nu Rev.;Bflly Bryant about the chores- The birds sing and hang it on' the dining room of p. r>. REDnrsH' SHRRIKP them, they make it easy to identify the garments. Our

., U".rEY IIHURCTI OF CHRIST BAPTIST orupce pastor.K1NQSCE7. and the air is fresh and clean A or kitchen wall- 'You can admire .nlp. Carmirha Pradford Counts-Florida He ;Aera customers like these bags lottheir original l use and, t .

(prentlv meeting in City Hall) Sunday School 10ft., m. Wor-' rice, newday. and one can forget ''it and 'be up out of the way too. Attorneys for LonN Nelson I for other household '

SII fIAY-BST; ,study,_10 a..J L. .hip Hour. 11.L.m.REyenBe Servo LA5EM18sIot1tBLnArr1ST old! istakes and sickness and Try using sail cloth in those colorful 7/1S 4t 8'OTirK :'' inany uses.

""!">;lIp. il.a, ,m. 1 ;,. m. prav r itwtonj eaaWednesday. cares. Just live each day and designs like you find in Ward's 1. :> or f\TKVTIO\ BUT PLASTIC BAGS; ARE NOT PLAYTHINGS.

fvningY! ung: pepple's Bible be as happy and ,thankful as you catalogue. They make 10\-ely'cafe RfcfiiSTfm, nrnTioim \,\>IKwtice 'Like ..
7:30 should be from little children.
They kept
tudy 7; re cblng; 7:30. p-m. Sunday.School: 9:45 iun.Uoni- : curatins and tier sets: They wash >( I.* Jf..tf; >by' Item bt the away
..trlh11''il.1Ev pi... Itrl.lfr"ign.d. under the provisions *f medicines talcum powder safety pins. 'matches '
; Wednesday-BiMe ng"r can.I 'nicely, and brighten ; paring -
the
tudy, 7:30 St. Edward's Catholic Church .. have been pretty lucky-have up room. Chapter 2 4,9;5J.; Laaof Florida
P. to. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer KeeUhfeach My 'garden !has begun'to produce! Art! of 19(1. will regUter with the knives and many everyday household products,
R4dio ,Pi WeSneiday. 7:30 pix: Everyone never had a bad fall \mtfl the Clerk of the Circuit C"tirt. in and plastic haw ARE PERFECTLY SAFE WHEN PROPERLY
gramStatloD' Starke. Fiona other week. I find 'when brie is things to eat. I had beets and for Bradford ('nunt)'. Florid nponclpt

WRGR; )( }iday,. 6:3p: .a. m. Suna&y Mass at 10 a. m. I I pastor." i.'J wU*.th.--1. i (:v;',H.?,.HMott.A* oer! and 'gets Very tired, you art peas for dinner and think I can r.- notice of .proof the fictitious of pdbliratloB name ntthis of USED But potentially dangerous for infantsor

". Holyday Masse. *,at 8:30 a. m. & "Vi* apt to Tall and somehow are not have a small mess' of green beans' Jtoer-oli ApnHancomfer whlrh wCr. young children.
CHURCH OF CHRIST 5:30'p.: m.Weekday. V now. ,Our onions are a nice size pngneml: In hnslneiw at 229 K
C. I H1WAY GRAfCL; as careful about anything. We Wahjngipn St.. 'StarVe. Fh, To keep dust and air from 1
I pyertnrf: Jr. Minister and so eood- 1 have Swiss chard away garments they
8:00
: Mass at : a. m. _
had two bodies that day and one K. R A M Tnmrporated tWilliamK1M.
t'' Sunda.t ;.:-'"Santtay Sthool. 10 Co f sslons: Saturday 7 to 8 ASt'lBLY. '.OF.GOD. funeral In the morning here at the I Id eat and sodn'wiH have'new potatoes. fhnar 1ravton..E. R. Inch), rover, pla>tic bags are air tight. If a child should accidentally -

a. m. morning service.' 11 a, m.. Q. A. V G. M. Osborae, Pastor Mortuary and that left us with It: .fao" love st min r. ,Our all Paled of Prurke.t>>i!> 11th Florida rfajr nf owner-July A. D. cover his head with a plastic bag or cover his

ennIng wsrvfcfe, 6:30 p. m. BapUsms, marriages and instructions Sunday School. 1ft 'a m.,,Morn- another old lady1 lo bury m the strawberries were frozen, so did t4s,. ..t St1l rfre,- Bradford County face with part of it, he might be smothered. This is

by appointment. jng ol'dIip.l1! a..m.,Evangelistic : ffl i l1ng. I had ben f playing the not produce nice ones. We seem ?torda.flTIri true of plastic hags for other uses such as furniture and

i :,Service, 7:45. p. ra. Thursday organ softly all evening arid by 9 to.have apples on our tree and '{ Of ". ..' \ TOFirrmon appliance covers, refrigerator bags, and other storage
; weekly prayer ..service.! Invlta-'' o'clotkwas: tired. Don tOld me too lots of raspberries" turning. red.. REGI nR XHEIrtreliy .2
FIRST BAPTIST h tion extended to On the Fourth of July I always Nj\fct> h '..I"f'1'thAt' th. bags.
.everyontBTJRCH
, 4 ClHirchrStarke I? up and take a bath and go to uiiderRlEnc.d. under provisiong fCnapter
,, *. <* bed and rest. .He would stay hang! out? the flag and read The I 23.35. Law of Florida. Most of our customers, even those with little chif- .

I Rev. Lewis D.,Haines, Pastor r OF JEsus'dunsr ,down with,the people until ten Declaration Of Independence; for' i: (Act:?eric!' 'tof nt 1>the 4I, will Crmtit register:C"irt.with In and the dren. prefer to have their cleaned garment covered with
tfA
LATTEK: : 's.mrt'8Service' I hare always loved the 4th .
-
and'closing ,tithe. 1 remember I .! .r Bradford County Florid the
Jefferson ,and Court Streets.- Jth& Heart of Town each Sunday In oM was so tired I:wearily.climbed Long ago we used always to have ffrtirton names of Granno,,", these plastic bags. Therefore we will conlihue to use
I ftafl -bi fcall Sun-1' nhfry: tinder whlrh w" are engjrvdin them. BUT PLEASE KEEl' THEM AWAY FROM
Masonic E.: St. made Ice shoot
and ,
\orne cream
Phones) Office WO 4.6801._ jastorium.WOf92301SUNDAY st1\frs. I hnd the telephone tIp- I business at Route 1. Starke. FlaK ,
; : ; '(fay 'School 10 'a, 'tn. Sacrament' stairs.down.the hall- I was in the fire 'w rks. .For' us children' .. it B & M. Incorpofafeil William 'LITTLE CHILDREN. V I

, SCIONS( Service 6:30 p. m. Ever one. wel-- tub the telephone beItan Ke'hl. Omar Rrarton. F. R. Moench). .
bath when .
11OOJUI.; 8:00, P.M. : "* .JI 1 "ras great fun as wedid_ hot have H of St-srke. Fta., owners.
: .ome. 'to rin?. I was hoping Don 'fcp Paled this Ith day of July. A.D.. Sincerely
Sunday School 9:45 V I rrcam the year around as now.froVfwe 1,5X4t -8taVe yours,
A.M. Trainin Etadfort Connty, i
, gUnion 6:45 PJH. would hear ft and come Op to : shudder to''thmk. .how Florida. :
Midweek I HAMPTON CHRISTIAN answer. It rang abont seven '" be'kflled'on I ,., ft i.O,
Service many the high-
:Wednesday 730 P.M. "' may
: CHURCH' time and I ,had visions of sotne- 'Say or'be'killed by boats on the ;, Your Professional Laundry Dry Cleaners i f
Sunday Bible::Schoot JO tae half killeS the highway Tallah>n"ee. FMrida j :
I ,A, FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU :- ". a.tu..Mornihg. on water! or drowned. Times chaheeI !. NOTICE:
:Worship, 11. a. m.; or maybe' deal and needing an "* Notice I
plan 1 to go" but in/my'garden/ ? hereby given that the
AT-THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Evening; service 7 p. m.. and Pray.'j ambulance quick. ,SO T'gOt out Of now. It is 'not:'nearly:'so 'hot to- Trustees meat; Fund! of of the the Internal State of Improve-4 Florida' StarkeDry! Cleaners, & Laundry I 1.

, 1 er ineetng.every Tuesday 7:30p. ,: thfr bath tub and grabbed my big{ iay. We ha'vl''h'' d some' 'rain.: Iot Pumnmt to law. will offer for sale, .

U V -V. --- ., m. John jrVhite;.'pastor.HEILBRONN 1 bath towel. The hall was darkend ? an oM'man' to help! me with Tor Angwt ciompetillvt II, 193*sealed. the bids following at 2 p.rn..j de-!, ,; ,..
'
The --' just as I stepped off, the rug my garden. He 'needed the jrcorfcihd scribed land in Bradford County .
perfect tribute to \V ; Ml/oLAU: feet the tile Florida to-wlt
my, damp .slipped on H hfelpe'd me side has : a
as my
BAPTIST ,TCHUBCHSutiday backwards-_ '" Government Lots 7, *. N',4 of Sand '
floor arid down I went
a cherished memory ben. sore since r fell. He does X% of 11. Section 30 TownShip { :
I Schdor; 10 a. hi. Morning The telephone ringing away. I hit "sf gOdi Job of cultivating with a $ South Range 20, East .

,. Every funeral that we con. Worship ll a/m. ,EVenttt' 'the back of mv head on The toilet Tie 14581 Purchaser arr"t Is required to pay I F ''p 1 :

Worship 7:30 hi. Training, nd my V shoulder on the platform hoe.Gcd bless the athertlslng Mil and documentary .
duct is p. you every one.
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a source of ,
sustaining f .
stamps ..
.
pcales. I got such a terrific pain *
solace and spiritual inspire -. 'Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. to.'l41d-; : .: BOTHER' LAURA I I The sale! if and when made, shall! \. I V J :
I V
Week Prayer MeethfgWedifes-, be kubject to the Trustees reserving: .
. Uon to the family. --. _' "P.-on. _" a.. ... Highland led *ith $1.75 inches;;;, tmtb flem8eI' 75, peroeitt 'of:the .( .
jn mt a ts rt UA3 I".u& j StrewwomiCuse 'rttw'Rfver : ; pej cent of the petroleum thereeYt -, 1 .
Hundreds of details are managed and economical. NORTH -f'mm r I with 46.95; Sarila1 &' tire Or tl\'! unaer. I .

\.. ly, attended to that only a trained and careful BAPTISTCHURCH I Found. In Florida V tower was' third "with 46.70; and The Trustees Fund of reserve the Internal the rightto Improvement V p.J a

, organization can perform when the Starfce power plant gauge ,was reject any and all bids. i
j argent need Sunday School, lu a. m.,Morn After 4 MonthsDiscovery fourth ''with 4498. BY ORDER of the Trustees of the .
: for serving is at hand.fc.eWlTT 11 Internal Improvement Fund of the a
I tng Worship a. m..Training
1 j' "E Sewh re"fti.the area Satsuma State of Florida. '
Ir r 'Jnion, 6u p. m.. Evening Worship fire' tower, east of Kingsley Lake V V LeRoy Collins. Governor. ': ;
C. JONES 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meetin of the first positive recorded 47.98 inches'f the first Attest: Van H. Ferguson Director Looking for.p Ua
Trustees L I. Fund.
-FUNERAL DIRECTOR 7:30 m. rase of screwworm in Florida.,in V
I Wednesday. p. EVeryffifewelcome.
:-..AMBULANCE SERVICE six months and Keystone tire Starting bid 115.60 per acre
PHONES:- 4-2600 WO fteV. fi. ft. tarter the past four months was reportedrecently tower 1-' it B.1 a
; WO -. : : 4-mo *. reported a total of 4480.

p W*,ftrgiih,the AighMt,type>> "teryfc* .I lowest prieea iuid acceptAltYififoJosntyac *Pasfrr*,.+.. : State-Federal by Screwworm directors of Eradication the- May Was the wettest month hi OTICE OF INTENTION VV V a

I\ poucyIn Jor jssoed Tiy Bradford County with an average TO REGISTER FICTITIOfS 54MENotire V\V best+ buy. a S
:
: .ANr.ownpanypupayueBt OAMPTON, BATTIST. CHURCH I[ Program of 13.73 inches. March : ] is hereby given that the ; your .
was run-
tevpart..or. M bn",.oa>> ,J rai" wrritee*. qisujtalioa! 'Welcome .'nto' '"" 'irst"apusi:: : ; "'Screwworm larvae were removed undersigned under the provisions ij:1:
,. "*" *' --- -" : uer-up with 11.16; February had I Chapter. %0. 951;; Laws of Florida. aa
o.obUgtton. : dehorn wouTidon II aC
June 17 from a
hRaEpton.V on
I. 5.98; April. 5.42 June 5-23 and I Acts of 1941, will register with the
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..... a. heifer at ranch near Lake Clerk of the Circuit Court in and in a full/
< _.w '., __ : <<' "" '._ ._ ... ,TldaSunday., (School,. 10 agWorsh1p11 a January 498. receipt of pfr<*>f JBf pftMloattrti o* : a.
----." m.; 1.ton: : a, m.;; Placid in Highlands county. The first six months of V 1959 for Bradford County. '\lohd1, 'u on 1
Tralulhg'nion: ,t p m:. 'kveningW Livestock Inspector Jorge Valltiejnli this notice the fictitious name of aJJ
V were probably the wettest of any The Totem Pole automatic* washer?
under which I am
\V5N& Tjl rship"S It-m. is still making regular :
I similar period en record and crop engaged in bu!!'mees at H66 X. : V

\ i .XWednesaay' ..r. '.": ---'._Prayer',;n 1..\eeting. 8 I: .weekly calls and inspections. m i I damage was great since the ram "'emple Carroll Ave A.,HicKey Starke 1466 Xla X. Temple C
He stock .J-1-ufw-.n-
Bradford I
> County. '
P.
urges J
came during the growing and harvesting Ave. Sole ownrr. I aa
, Pastor..Revx'W.: P..M1to. owners= to keep a. close, watch: ,on season. I Dated this 25th day of June. A. -
, : D. !?39 at Starke Uradfvrd Coirftly, -- Sthith
BIBLE itJMD0L'' their livestock V 8.1doreport ,any Usually, the bulk of Florida's nondtu S
anmcaUFGOD, suspicious wounds to County A- rain falls during' the months of 6/5 4t 7111 V a
: a
Srmfey School, 10 &. 'm..Morning '
I : gent George Muggins. May thiwlfll October. I. CFar...ty "' .;;:; r..rt I. \.. % .
Worship, 11 a. ml. Sunday r ,Dr. C. 1... Campbell: state, veterinarian 1Inlft... r.tntTr..PI4It ...
Evening Servld. 7:45 p..2:ra. YPB, .and,secretaryof The Florida 1r n.l.- ('I.\I" ro"nTLH"ln !n reEstate of "ANN.: P5N: I .

)A14JUVi5T Service ,Wed esday. 7:45 ..p. m livestock Board which ,administers A LfJra \"Icon, rO"T'11.ORIIU, 'flalnUff, h I r, 1-1>EI.n. Deceased.OTKK or FILING. V 141111Oi' 1- II ii .
)
Prayer.Meetfcjf,Friday.: 745 p. m Florida's ,part in,the n X"O.8Sn von W5i;T rw' cH-1'm&' 1)? 4.KXKTTTfm p
1"dif': I
T..e V
/ tattlo {)Pr ndant_ i 1 II
: 1Aw :Y joint ,erad ationpro3ect..said th* !'nnee: EF. ''rnPvLE: To AHVTi i, tt'-Mar Concern: aU
; L C1IOOt1O fa. MornIng case in Highlands coqnty: is the X..f kihr'_ h.rPby %\"*'' that J'I Notice-" ''!" Jiereby ..a1'e1tthat .
CHURCH Sunday, a. fV"1). R rtNh Sheriff of Bradford have filed my final ,returns> -as exer aa
;
.. ::Worship,"ll a* nu .PZ. ServW'Saturday. first in the entire Southeast 1ncFeb. County Florida tinder and by vfrttw -' ;tor .;f the estate* ,*f Annie TV .
-' '- 'w""' tI .: 7:30'p....... 19. But. he said, "You canlwt !' f>f a writ f>f f''tl11mt l1 r'tofre -' -thofield. 'derensed: that "J havtr.Kn -- t .
.. .. .. v I lesuttl out nf the Small Claims I ; A -
>
I I it- Z -' .t back Jld. forget the screw- my tlti(4Tfor final cllOdIa1'gf S
1 CiFt; AlafhtM County. Florida. iit1a and that I wilt apply to inn HoftoJI / V S
worm -:: not, yet." bw@ '.'tl.dau"f>, I "a\"e"I f-rahle Theron A Tawn C'.lnttJudge .

Star4ugust llni !Apstit4IGHT ;,FAITH..*' ,t 5fl BI'flSTRUCR. i V .'_ ... J,"* Livestock inspection and sterile l lt td upon the following proprtr'A' M' Bradford. .' :COnnty: .. "Iortfa, .- :. .
: -
a
; ; LawteyIblechoOl.1DT. dispersals; Have 'been step- -.l- r_ V .... _...", -.- / .

fc X red up sharply: in the area surrounding .- Tkaf Our V .
A E.Majey, Pastor ButinestWe L: .
r the location of the latestreported
'. CLASSES .. 7QO.IM. I .. J
ALL itItfl ol VJSJtJ .
:,<,.ji4abln. i1a.m. M. E. Meadows state director of V a

'Evening. Serv1ce.-1:30. m. the 'eradication1 work. a
I pf -
T/ie'f/fsfTime In TJie-Hhtory Bible"' Study and t'rayerMeet- Everyone owning livestock, dogs : lP eters Glass Co. h, S II
cats and other warmblooded V
ing. 7:30: p m.. Wedned\y. any a aa
Radio prcgram 8 to .$:30 a. animals is urged to report JmiHiSS- ANY aa

iof The New River Association n. each ,Sunday Cver'tttaUQ.n: ately any infestation suspected Obethg .We1pIgn M I1i 'SfCHt'"' Fro'ta ; V .
VV WKGR.. Starke.it : screwworm. The! importance a
; 3DM Mail Us A Pattern for
t it A; i tj U-!
of saving any samples ,of fegfj; ; *". ..
ADULT BIBLE SCHOOL FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH masses or maggots from 'a -stts1 p* .c. '; TableTop "tt114oM.y..............gs.k Agi"pa : '.
1313 PL FR. 2-4353 ___ .... gs cIeIIMI r..Jy due S
N.W. Fla.
Cor. CaD and Christian] peeled wound is alSO stressed so : tr.. qathetllle. Phone I WitIIeut.uta....
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CLASSES Minister: Bob L. Bid ett that they may fce"sent" to the __- .. V O*...!JM*..*....&far r.*. Art M. 8\ :
Livestock feomrtTs ; V .s '-I. I f rr & V t f .... ... ..
Sunday-Sunday School, 9:45 Headquarters; inSebrmg SV d -y. 'USh.n.HMnWhite .
-, -S. = .=.....-1iI._..
,} lee examination and'iden
4' n.: Worship, 10:45: Youth Services : :

*ADULT- TEACHERS. ..... .Junion.'Chi Rho hip lo 111]I tification. .CQMPLEU ,1P SERVICE -....27...........i b..........,
-* *-= 5 $m* Chi.Rho, (11 to 131 6 pJn. : -. ..._ ., j--. ....u 11..... a
14 ] 6 pin.Choix: 47.5 Inche- i. j* \A:::8 .vsywh.rs..ay,_.. ., fi :
c.rp. { .up | Of>Rain *
I Rev. Work
Marvin Stedham* fc*rid>. Rev.4>L**DHaines';, *i .i Eac.IL: 645.\ -'. u p Pruning aHy ,. ,.......,_.........lilt ..... .
!
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dneZt-JUnIor Cboir Fall difBradfordIn. Bracing Tree RrtrmralSAPP'S "i,."s-l- 1. V
prac- It ( :

-MSO- 'ill... -fe ...First S Six-Month :DejMoss ni T'raip1aMngI ,_ bokrt enamel flab*",fcaaM to dM1,|hM,... itwwtv :

Two College ,1r; ,,1) c u'arror.ch.r: Free Inspection and Estimates ... .Mrvk. Y.* ....... .!..< H pay mrck.ea a

CEMETERY WORKING ._, .. .. ,fcainfaU.ovsr ,Bradford County foe an nfom.fic woth wMi .8.s.s.....,fsstviis..Id

Oe) C' i & ceme\ ry ; rpfking win be held I averaged 474 'inches from Jan TRE sutosfr sfcrnr y..v A* MW toy $Wdsy....... :
t( "_ ".' \' 1 through June 30, 1959. The *. .
; at Dyal Cefnetery the firsJ'lriday' P
.. mount of rain measured herein,
a r i : r .
2 Tim. 2:15 "Study to..8 tew, thyself e proved ,unto 3 in.AugustvAug, 7. AH those interested |the six-month period atacst .. Pim sAt', Oef"' ."". V .

in the upkeep of this eciualled the annual state averageof 95
God, a workman' that needeth not be ash !Ied. Rightly j 53 inches forjm entire 12'nonths. STARKE. .PHONE' WO 4-3965 V
cemetery invited to with
are come I
A ,previous ten-year\ P. 0Box 774 :...._. Pfconc EA 5-4887.. Palaika., Fku 183 .
dividing! the word of trut .." tools ready for work. V .
V average, recorded at. the Raiford -, AGENTS .

KIXGSLEY LAKE I State Farm stationwas <9JOniches. Phone Fft 6-266F .' V Phone MA- 9.3Gl't ..

I CEMETERY WORKINGA 'The Raiford fetation Was tc h 1Ii. 1a. Ocala ,Fla. .

tWE CQME.Ii.L: CIPIcIIESI ,. discontinued several years 'ago- 4.i ; 'bofle1651 -LakeUty- Fla.tt1ior .
V cemetery working wiQ.be held I The county average for the tlrst ; GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER

at Kingsley Lake Cemetery Sat sue months 'was" btameil by'"to2fsiing Expert .Tree Sofgefy CaD Oor: Agent t;. .

J REV. ORVILLE BROOtlNS urday. August 1. Each one who fee figure* recorded at'foot FLORIDA PEST CONTROL& CHEMICAL CO. .

I caa is ask,to bring a lawn J1onr."i' ,. nun Mues stat kihL: in 'the Cd : *..22I'1i.1'emJ.. A_v. .: Phone WO 1J9w: 332: W. Madison( Phone \TO 44f7&S

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.* -TWELVE- UKAlJfrOKD COUNTY 1k:LEGRAH, :STAKKE FLUK1UA THURSDAY. JULY ,%3. 1939

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TVmVVYmYV..mV.nn J. Anders. Mrs. Jenkins: remainedfor Haryeys of Macclenny. ,1 fvTR......TT..y.' ... r.Y.Y.. .!..... .....Y. Y..YY..y.TT......tnTUBROOKER Mrs- James Atkinson of Buford. I Davis of 'Durham:, N. C. at the
I S. C., and Armenia Rogers of home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis
a longer visit and Billy Anders. Miss Jackie.Harley of Jacksonville -
Gainesville were weekend guestsof in. Waldo Saturday night.
; ; rent home with the Jenkins. was the weekend guest of her MAXVILLEBy UEILBRONNBy
jLA.WTEYy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers.Mr. Mr. and.Mrs. Jack Eddie and
Bennett Jimmy'F.tnice parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har- ,
Mrs. Green
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and Mrs. Buddy Russ and children and Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
; : and Miss Mary Green {ey..' 'Mrs.;.a 8.' NoLui Mrs.\: Hmrrry McCarthy: By Barbara Sue Davis
' ; :.Jfn.; ; Joyce,T. Patch children of Apopka and Mrs. Davis and children spent the past
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. .. ...........&.-.&...A&a.' Frank Polk of Trenton were weekend in the Scrub.
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.. &&& & AA.A A A A A A .AU1AISome
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Lee L. Green in New Smyrna.Mr. the weekend were
Moore during
.1 I weekend guests of the Ned Hicks Mrs James Temple and children -
.* Mr. and Mrs.''Brad Norton and and Mrs Joe Starling Mrs. S. "D. Andrews and childrenof I C. E. Wilkinson; Sir and grandson -of our friends are enjoy- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and family. left last week for Nebraska
children spent'last week with Mr. Misses Berniee and Alma Privett, Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs. i Harold Wilkinson and Frank ing vacations this week in faraway children have returned home after Huey Crosby and his financee where they will visit friends and

!Viand Mrs. Tom Barry and family and Geraldine Starling enjoyed Billy Torode and son of Gaines Brown went fishing' at KtngsleyLake'Iast' : places Mrs- R. I.. Morgan vacationing in Minneapolis' MInn..J of Fairbanks visited the G. W. relatives for three weeks.
fin .Columbia S. C. The Barrys :an outing at Fernandina Beachon ville. weekend and caught and' daughters Joyce and Judy for a week. Davis family Sunday night.G. Prescott ReunionA

,came home '.with them and are Friday. Mrs A. H. Harley and Mr. and several 'nice: fish- JTC sight-seeing in California and Mrs. Aubrey,Hazen and two sons B. Colson should be home Prescott family reunion was
'spending this week with Mrs. Mrs. Mary Reddish end Mrs. Mrs. Edwin Padgett had as Sunday Mr. and MrS: ,Harry Padgett Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish are' visited Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazenin from the hospital this week. We had July 5, al the home of Mrs.
Carry's: mother Mrs. Selma Joyce Futch spent Thursday and guests Mr. and Mrs. Al Har- and daughter' Bonnie visited in raveling to Canada. Both of these Starke. will :all be glaa to see him back. Doshie Prescott and her son
s-Eunice. Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy ley of Kingswood W. Va., and Mr. Middleburg Thursday afternoon vacations sound wonderful and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robertsonof Mrs. Viola Xjillis is visitng her Claude.
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as Reddish in Webster. Mrs. Red- and Mrs. Lonnie Harley of Starke. with Mrs.' Nettie..Mae Padgett. we'll 'be looking forward to their. Lakeland visited Mr. and Mrs. brother in Cross Creek for a few Those present were: Mr. and

recent guests Mr. and Mrs.'Ever- dish's Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Mar- Mrs: Oscarv Wilkinson. and Mr. safe return. Dick Raulerson and Mrs. Rachel days.Mrs. Mrs. Orea Prescott and childrenof
'. itt Burney and the Bill Burneys WrsL.. W. Baldwin of Starke. tha Bales drove to Chattahoochee and Mr&'E::D."Hlgginbotham: were Speaking of wonderful things Green. W. A. Davis and children Tampa; Mr. and Mis. Paul

.Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. :Miss Elizabeth Terry returned Sunday where they were met by visitors Jacksonville. Friday. happening don't forget the big,. The W. Bigham family visited of Waldo were Thursday luncheon Prescott and children of Largo:
WU1 Burney. of Starke. home on Sunday afternoon after Mr. and .Mrs Ernest Wells and Mrs. Wilkinson is still under a revival at Heilbronn Church Aug- : Mr. and Mrs. L L. Hardee, Sr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bizzar and

Guests of Mr. and Mr-. Arthur spending several days with Mr. Martie and Jackie Bales. doctor's, care. there. ,- ust 3. The inspirational Evangelist in Jacksonville last week. Rev. W. H. Eddie of Waldo was son Wayne; of Jacksonville; Mr

Pearce are. Mrs. Johnny Young and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick in Talla Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons of Doss Hgginbotham has been 81 Rev. Theo G. Sapp of Ala- The W. E. Bigham, Jr. family the Sunday night dinner guest of and Mrs. Dewey Fowler'and children -
bama'will bring the nightly mess- recently toured several states and Mr and Mrs. N. J. Davis. and Pat Thomas of Starke.
and famlli of Athens. Ga.. and l.assee. Callahan visited Mr. and Mrs. O. and under a doctor's care. We
Mr. and Mrs..Harold Sapp of Mi- Mrs. Buster Bennett and son J. Phillips Sunday afternoon. surely do wish him a speedy re-. ages. Our pastor Rev. Otis T- visited relatives in Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis andC. Miss Wanda Prescott of Largo
.. Joey, Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss They were enroute to Tampa to covery. '- r Jones and an members urge each Wash. Little Billy spent his vacation D Dowling attended a surprise remained with her grandmotherfor

ami.Mr.. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Finah Prescott visited Mr. and visit Dolph McClellan. Danny Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family of you to be present during this with the Lloyd Wood and L. birthday dinner honoring Mike a two. ;weeks' visit.

and son.,and Sam Hicks of Jacksonville Mrs. George Lastinger and Mrs. Phillips is visiting hs brother. had as their guest last Friday, revival.' Watch this column post' L. Hardee, Sr. families in Jack-
are'spending their vaca- Alice Austin and sons in Daytona Leslie in Callahan. \Irs.: Waters' grandson Jackie ers and listen to Starke's radio onville. Oil
Sam Hicks station for further. information.Our Mr. and Mrs W.'E. Bigham Jr. Can a Motor
tion with Floyd and Beach this week. Miss Betty.Gaskins of Jacksonville Waters of Jacksonville.
Jr., in Chicago 111. and they also Miss Kathy Jones spent last spent the weekend with her Mrs. Dorothy' Waters' and son, neighboring church. North- and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
visited relatives at Johnson City "vt ek with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gas- Bubby, Mr. and. Mrs. Dyess Hartley side,, reports a joyous' revival at W. E. Bigham Sr. in Lakeland
Tom. enroute to Chicago. kins and son in St. Augustine. kins. Her brother. Bill' and Miss of Jacksonville and Mr.. and their church last week which was last weekend. Gasolene Mileage?
'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and They brought her home Sunday Ola Mae Phillips carried her back Mrs. Keene of Philadelphia, Pa. climaxed with, their annual home- Mr. and Mrs. M- M. Gano and Increase .

Geraldine were 'Thursday guestsof evening and were supper guests Sunday afternoon. all enjoyed a barbecued fish supper ,coming service Sunday. two daughters of St. Augustinewere i
Rev'and Mrs.R. E. Moses and of Mr. and Mrs. P. I> Dinkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant.Reddish at the'home of Mr. and Mrs. Due to some folks being away weekend guests of Mrs. R. P.

son in Brunswick Ga. Mrs. Mamie Futch and Floyd had as Thursday guests Fred Ben-I Roy Waters and family in Jack- for vacations there will be no Gano.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins had as supper. guests Mr. and Mrs. nett and Mrs. Bill Poythress of sonville last Saturday night.! choir'practice this Friday eveningor Butch Elizabeth and Larry
and family of Jacksonville were Dewey Harvey and family Mrs. Jacksonville.. Their granddaughter Mrs.Dorothy Waters, John Ed next Friday. Mott and their little sister of

, Sunday guests of.Mr. and Mrs. O. Martin Barton and the Johnny Mary Jack Pons of Tallahasseeis and Bubby Waters visited In Macclenny Harvey's brother-in-law and Gainesville are spending the week
visiting them. > last Friday with Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jones with their grandmother, Mrs. S. Y 0 6l'4k.1A
Waters' parents Mr. and Mrs. A. and children of Fernandina Beach M. Mott. i
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Mr. and Mrft. Leon Starling and
Factory Prices L. Rehberg. i visited us Sunday. Mr. ana Mrs. uuy uarreu ana
of Jacksonville visiting
family are
Baby PadgettMr. Mrs. Perry Alston of Zephyr- two daughters Mr. and Mrs.
.L Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford. and .Mrs. John D. Padgett hills and her mother Mrs. Craw- Wilson Green and three daugh-

Ricky Roberts spent last weekW1ih announce the arrival of a ,7 lb 12 ford of Lake Butler,visited Thursday ters were at Salt Springs over the
this grandparents Mr. and
3-4 oz. baby daughter last Tuesday of last week with Mrs. Tate weekend.Mrs. '

One Quart FREE With Each' Mrs, .G and;-W..Mrs.Roberts.Mr. J.C... Prevatt and July 14 In .Ed, Fraser Hos- Crosby. Eva Harrell visited Mr. and Absolutely-and were prepared to prove it to you here at

or Gallon One you buy' family arrived Tuesday from their pital in Macclenny. The young Miss Sandra Carmichael of Mrs. Paul Emery in Palatka last our Cities Service station.
lady has been named Rhonda Jacksonville visited with her un- Sunday. oil is to reduce
vacation Jn Michigan and spentthe' the jobs of a motor
Oat!. .. ? cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bobby Hodges and roommate One of principal l
week.with the Senior Prevatts friction is one of several
MARY: CARTER PAINT STORE friction..and engine
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson! [Bill] Reddish and son, Keith Beverly, of Jacksonville visited engine
returned
and to their home In .
and children visited Sonny Boy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.: E. YT; Hodges Sat- causes of gasolene consumption.So
N. W. Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588 Ocala on Saturday.. less
,501 8th does the gasolens
Griffis Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lois Henson of Jacksonville urday and Sunday. the better a motor oil its job
Mr.. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and .
) family visited Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mr. and Mrs. D. J.' Parrish'and was Saturday overnight guestof Doris Chambers and friends of you use for each'mile you drive.
r .: ..,.. -, 1eIWriey dronat eC. R- family are spending this week at her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jacksonville were Triday T:night We have a motor oil-Cities Service 5D'Koo1motor-
.wp, ; ._ Whitehead home on Kingsley Kingsley Beach.. I Ernie Johns. She and her son guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. which reduces engine friction and protects vital parts as
;v LOCAL. MANAGER FOR Like Saturday. The Whiteheadsare i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Ronnie Kimbrell left Sunday fora Hedges- never before possible.

?"' (. spending their vacation in Hot I and daughter, r. Darlene and Miss week's vacation in Miami. Mrs. Melba Rain of High Actually,it does the work of several oils...provides light,
Shirley Hlgginbotham are spend Mr. and Mrs- LeRoy Carmichaelof visited Mrs. Mamie Hodges 20 grade
Springs, Ark. Springs at starting..medium
rag this week at Kingsley ''Beach. Jacksonville the lOW grade performance
visited
over ..and
Tuesday.Mr. .
Jim Walter Corp. ......................y, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginboth- weekend with Mr. Carmichael's and Mrs. Darry Carter of performance as your engine begins to resist to thinning warm up inside a
am Mr. and Mrs.' George .Johnson mother and his sisters and families Lake City visited Mrs. Mamie heavy 30 grade performance
and family of Jacksonville and : Mr. and Mrs. Freeman cros- hot engine.
Hodges Sunday.
CRIFFISVerble LOOP Miss Jewel North- all enjoyed Not only will Cities Service: 5D
an by and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Red- I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Summers
"World's Largest Home Builders"WILL afternoon outing at Kingsley dish and son ''Keith. and children of Wau hula'and Allen 4'-t Koolmotor increase your gasolene

By Anderson Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Mrs. Annie Kelly was visited Conerly of Leesburg visited s mileage.but you'll also notice

.... .................&. and daughter and Shirley this week by her aunt. Mrs. Betsy the Llcryd Barry family Tuesday C,' a a difference in power...for that'sD
BE IN STARKE Higinbotham. Sunday. Sapp of Raiford.' througlf Saturday of last week. the result of its super protection.
( George Grover recently returned Carolyn Norman, Betty Griffis ,Let us'not"forget to'pray in the Friday night dinner guests of SE.+ts Stop hi and change to 5D Kool-
r from a week's visit with his and Bonnie Padgett were visitorsin behalf of our sick Mrs. Carrie week.SILCOX .,
the Lloyd Barry family were Mr. motor Oil this
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parents on Long Island, N. Y. He Macclenny Friday. Norman Miss' Marilyn Cox. Au- and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and son
-. I- and Mrs; Grover; are now ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,j. "l'- Mann' .and_ ,thiir! Green son of Mr. and Mrs. of Starke and Mr; and Mrs. Wilbur -
L. her aunt. MrS. Haddy Belle Mullie family ,and-.Mrs.. Penny .Griffis .W. H. Green and Ray Norman, Barry' of Gainesville. e ':)

of Jacksonville.Gene were visitors in Macclenny. Friday son of Mr.and Mrs. Frank Norman I
: Mr. hand Mrs.: J.. B. Russ and j't
STARKE HARDWARE CO. Griffis and Mrs.- Lavonia afternoon and for others throughout children of Apopka were Saturday
Griffis visited"Mrs.. Wilma O'Bri- Mr. and Mrs.. Sidney. Harris !
II our land who are.in sickness and guests
night of Mr: and Mrs. ,.. .
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.1 *' l2:30'P.M. TO &:00 P.M. an, Monday. and daughter Edith were visitorsin pain.. Shirley Tetstofje. T
r Patsy O"Brian visited her Macclenny Monday, afternoon.
Well guess that's about all the Mr. and.Mrs., Jean Atkinson of
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
grandparents Manningand news for this time. May the lov- Bl! ord. S. C. and Mrs- Shirley
:" For Appointments Call Hardenbrook, Friday night. family of Middleburgr visitedM ing God forever bless yOu and Tetstone and daughters visited
t We were glad to have Jewel ;. and Mrs. J. W. Mann and yours. ...bye now.
Marlnel nd Saturday!
JACKSONVILLE. Allen back'in church with us Sun- family Sunday afternoon.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jean Atkinson and
ti. day night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson Property les CITIES @ SERVICE

.. STARKE -- WO 4.5311 We are proud to report two fine and family '.of:.Jacksonville spent TIlE RIGHT POINT- for &e
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: .- things concerning Boatdrain Bap- Sunday with.Mr. and Mrs. Drew way 'you write. Come In and 'select .

W .//' A Quality Home Uct; Church.'First, .19 members attended Wilkinson and while here they Property transactions In Brad-' your favorite ESTERBROOH 705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
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the mass meeting at Hope and Mr. and'Mrs. Drew Wilkinson ford County in the past week Fountain >n.' TELWtRAPB-'

j .. -' .//'<* A Jim Walter Home" Baptist Church ,and won the attendance enjoyed an outing at Hampton I. totaled $115,000. ,

"' "' .. banner. Second a Wo- Lake.Mr. All transactions are recorded in
; OTHER OFFICES: men's .Missionary Union and a and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson. the Bradford County Clerk's of
OCALA GAINESVILLE; PALATKA Brotherhood are being organizedat and family and Mrand Mrs. fice. 'Prices are ealctiated from

X-. .';: ,,. the church.- ;' We hope -all who Leonard Elvin visited 'In Jacksonville documentary stamps affixed to 's ..4t > s x a .A tivf.fYM.
can will join us. Sunday. with. Mrs: Grace Her- the deed.
;.- -,--- lick. Only '
." :'t' transactions $1,000 or
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: WITH FORD I IUK Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and more are mentioned here.
TRUCK SAVINGS START :
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.- family attended a family reunion James W. Gill to Harold D. x tb 't4 yrKS.'t K s
t ... for the I. A. Bornstein family in: Finley.. 5000. lot on Santa Fe -r

.) .... '. tL.t Jacksonville Sunday. About 30 ,Lake.
members of the family were pre- John F. Fredrikssbn -Florida
:r sent. '* Penn Investments, $15,700 156

Mr. and.Mrs. Simmons of Vlrinia acres near Keystone.E. .

I J were dinner guests. of Mrs W. Hayes to F. B. Beard.S1.800. .

Fannie- Griffis last Tuesday.Mr. lot.Theodore.
I and Mrs. Barry Crews of Sternberg to Truman -

s- .. f Glen St. Mary visited-Mrs. Sarah. L. Dickinson. $1,800.. lot in : MORE FOOD SPACE
s Jane Grififs
Sunday afternoon.. Lakeview subdivision on Lake
,, Virginia Lea Reid returned to Bedford.
\"' .- } her home in Plant City Sunday Theodore A. Sternberg'to LtwlsW.
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gst r < afternoon after a visit here with .. Cozene, 3500. two lots In ; d'zyr .r s ,rr 4yg ,t

t 1 Mr. and Mrs. N. I> Cannon 'and Lake View subdivision on Lake .
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t i.i family. Bedford' z w at a .v'r x q

hH Miss Minnie Hargroves and Perry Davis to Sidney Hansen .
Mrs. Sarah Jane,Gritfis'and Mrs $2,500 two lots in.Lawtey. 0

Y Dexter McPherson"were visitors'in: .- Marian E. McConnell to Henry r
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f'f f Starke last Monday. Faber; $6,300, 68 acres'land. I
j Rev.W. E. Waller of 'Jacksonville
4 t y II Alonzo H. Harley to William C.:
: J was.a guest preacher at the Johnson.. 9000., home in Great
.g. f Maxviile Baptist Church 'last I I Oaks subdivision.. p--: 3 :: -

: ECOWMT'ONUW-Ford MOO Style Sunday. :T. A. Graves to KB & M Inc. brftj ; ?
side Fickup-ii the smoothest riding, toG The Maxviile baseball. team is r$55,000 dairy.
t = ...;-0 Avoiloble in *72- car '-''oat box Ungifcc. improving quite a bit.'They played Odis Browning to William E. ; ? W; *

Baldwin again' last Thursday Ferguson $2,200. one acre lot.
In Bald\1n. Even though they lost G. P. Shuford to Glenn Shu-
100a SPACE
Most economical pickupby the game th2 .'score was better ford no money; considerations, 18 LESS

than the last.:game They only acres,near Lawtey., .
x need'prait1 !.' Ed Wilkinson plansto Raymond G. Winnett to JosephS. ALL-ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS
.., manage the team" how;so boyset .. Dourer, $2,400. lot 'on. Lake :

25 201 ? together'and practice.' Another Bedford.." -

isr -by game is scheduled Baldwin .Louis B.. Earls to John R. Davis. .. -
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Thursday. and on .Friday they $7,500, home.,, P'- -
Man to play \Vhi house.A Earl A. Haertle to Joseph S. Lots of shelf space!Every A wide choice: of styles,

.".. q .. wit "* Dourer, $2400, lot on Silver Lake. thing's in easy sight and i sizes, models,and colors R
: -. 59 Fords win certified economy tests= of State '
Secretary at
display
reach DO groping DO are DOW on
r 'f sect 25.2 mere miles'per gallon Slices Election' 'Slate New Patrolman fumbling. Automatic de- l your favorite electric appliance

E than average of other I leading makes! Assigned' To CountyCpL frosting does away with I I I dealers. Single-door,

F r ; .. Now-The biggest comparison tests of truck The :44-senator 103-member messy pans and mopping double-door and cabinet'
'F' ; gas mileage} ever made show you how jo* can Houseof' Representatives reap* Carlos Murgrove said ,this Spacious freezer section types for walls See them
s t p save \\ith your next: truck! portionment plan, will be the only week.that Trooper ,A. S... Mauldin for ice seam: meats, poultry, today. Also the new hors
Standard si <)'linda 3 ly-taa pickups of afl issue on the special. ,Nov. 3 election has been assigned to duty' with select
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fish ales and load of free Whichever ,
pies, you
: 1 fl- I )leading males were put through the same exhaustive I ballot after all. the Highway Patrol' ,in Starke
'; t road tests by an independent. research Secretary: State ,R.. 'A.'Gray Mauldin Is with Troop,0 in Pa ice cubes.. You can stock up on remember-ofl- tedr! k Bodek

4 firm.TIle'59 Fords \\on'm every test! Altogether last week ,reversed an .earlier latka.:' food specials at bargain price: are cheaper to bay cheaper

: they averaged 25.2%more miles per opinion in which .he said that The new patrolman is raw on because rein or cooked foods caa to use. and waist ua a ooolete
'ae: '_(.? SMALL slat Fads F-600 oxen roe h ?" ,gallon than the other makes.Come in now.!Seethe voters would also 'ballot this' November cleaner kitchen '.
; but is expected to goon be stared akaast! indefinitely. .
vacation.,
.i spring and axle capacities (for bigger' paytoods.! Yet o certified t tresults.Tcst Drive Ac economy constitutional amend : .
comparison\ of factory suggested prices of the four champ of all pickups-tM modern'59 Ford on revenUeS duty August 1.Trooper ...
_f,. |cdirig two-tonners : twO-tbMwthereislS..this.o nisi FORD,TRUCKS COST LESS and the state game fund. Trooper Norman.Sellers.who was .. '. .. f .. -.., -- r

:; "'i '.(NU A 'la .where the savings; art! f.D.L iusrooim..ussraijTiRWlLLEGAR .....Cur inset rese Gray said carried that on more by hisoffice extensiveresearch recently transferred to MarianDa.'Gra7 .,. 7' ... _. slisrIClrtl+Cl1stratSesosot I
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General ,
and Attorney Richard the radng revenue ., ,
Cnrin led to ,the conclusion'that tnd'game commission ,amendments : .- _.&3 dt 110615?. -

MOTORS all amendments adopted by the '-
1959' Legislature, except'.for the 'of .1aw..tbat;. amendments .- -,-' _'".., rst stttn -...:..... .
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reapportionment.proposal must beheld presented to :special. election ., ',..''''' t
4If'\iYop'r: Interested, : in.an 1 0 Used Car or Truck-Be Sure to'See Your.Fwrd .Dealer.J -- .until the. regular' general.,, DI1I8,':carrz- .!'3'::provision' declaring ', .:. '. st "-o.t1Ir! ,
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