Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879

; I ) _!- i24:_:: .f -VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE FLORIDA. TllnSD.nin T 6. l-j.y.i; NTMBKR: : SEVEN::

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: !- In Saturday Night RaidsFour

teams composed of city. Y."wn and returnable at 9 a. m. _

county and state law enforcement SUCH Aag-: 26- $ 1

u _____ olficers moved in simultaneously Taking part in the wellstagedraids .
on Jour illicit whiskey HOSPITALITY! were Deputy Sheriffs Dolph

dealers in ths Starke area between Reddish. Russell Redding and .

-Il 8:30: and 8:45 p. m. Saturday Slate Beverage Department James Hamilton. Assistant City ,

__ night and hit pay dirt in Agents have staged raids under I Police Chief Ashley Brown and _e.. ,- '_:_ jlI

every instance. Confiscated in the many peculiar circumstances Ralph N. Pickles. Jacksonville. -: .

raids were 268 bottles of bonded but List Saturday night in r7icf; enforcement officer for the, ..

\IrjdJ) whiskey. mostly half-pints : Stark was probably thc firsttime S .,te Beverage Department and : -.

and a gallon and a half of moon- they have ever been invited six of his agents. .w

I thine. in by the intended victim. An undercover agent for the

Arrested on charges of posses- Ralph N. Pickles district director State Beverage Department had

(iion of tax-paid (red) whiskey of the department's enjforcernent }- bern in the area for several
Prison Model Presented To C of C
with intention to sell in a dry division, thinks a weeks making purchases of illegal -k

county were: new hih in hospitality was whiskey at all four places. Although -

Some idea of the magnitude of bt'r of Commerce of Correction.i. Sen. Charley E. Mike KJond{' West Weldon reached when his agents stop- Saturday's warrants were z ::

the new Florida State Prison. now Pictured left to right: are: Rob- Johns and DeWitt Sinclair, State Street. Starke. ped on West Weldon Street for "possession" only. Deputy

under construction in Bradford'crt Mrlntire. executive direcctor' Prison warden- Both Johns and Ethel Forysthe Bell 1402 Wil- next door to the home of Mike Reddish said that additional warrants -
anti T. R sadc] president of the Conner were instrumental in obtaining Klondes. will be served later cover-
County. is gamed from this scale j-on Road. Starke. 74
Chambrr of commerce; Rep. legislation:: authorizing the Klondes, evidently thinkinjj in? sale of the whiskey. -
model presented 'last wcrk to the' Doyle E. Conner: H. G. Cochrane new $20.000.000 I estimated I pris- Henry LaPorte. Pine Tree Inn the raider were customers of Bonded whiskey was confiscated I -.

Starke-Bradford County Cham- Ji. new Director of the Division on facility. SR 100 'South.Arrested his who had inadvertently gone at three place r 117 bottles from I e., -

for possession on non- to the wrong address shouted Klondes. 104 from Bell. and 47I

Motive Not Clear laxpaid'hL.ckey 1 moonshine J "Over here, boys-and! the from LaPort. Leurck wa found I I .
with intention to sell in a dry agents were glad to oblige. with one and a half gallons of '

I county was: They promptly nabbed Klondes strne enough to constitute a -

Leo Leurck 1434 Wilson Road and 117 bottles of liquor. felony under the new liquor laws. -, ,t ?*

Starke. I,- I All of the confiscated whiskeywas 'Ik,
Lake Resident Beaten
Badly All defendants posted $500 bond retained by the Beverage I Gas Line
each set by County Judge T. A. Department. r Nearing

By Unkown AssailantWith Three QualifyFor CommissionersPeg Power PlantThe 1$- A IU

natural cas lateral pipeline i'!
connecting the Starke municipal .

the motive still in doubt ,cries for help were heard by Charles ]|Cjinty: sheriff office was oti- Chief Race; Tax Take power plant tu me mainline 4w :

and the culprit still at large. aj:\ R. I Bubba I Cleveland. a neighbor ,, fled and an ambulance dispatched east of town should be ronv

widowed resident of Kin;: ley j / on the lake. :ito brim the injured woman to Dieted at the close of work Saturday -

Lake was brutally beaten in the I The youth, who was'i1>iling !jBndford County Hospital.The Others QuietThe IZT. At 17.25 Mills officials of r:-oeil Construction -

yard of her home last Saturday'nfcht. with the Merrill family on their Clay County sheriff's office COp said :yesterday

porch. about 150 feet from Mrs. aid yesteiday that nothing apparently Although natural gas will then be

Still confined to Bradfoid Coun-I Brrazcalc's. said he heard a was missing from the I available for use. the task of
forthcoming election for The Board of County CommIs-
ty Hospital and not allowed visitors !"raspy voice" calling his name. house and it had not been ran-J vwnveiting th. plant from diesei, .
City Police Chief became a three- sioners approved the 1959-60 tffli-
is Mrs. Barbara Breazeale. but did not recognize it as Mrs. sacked. Mrs. Breazeale thinks oil to gas will not be completed .
sided race Tuesday: when Ben C. tative budget at its regular meet- ..
who was discovered by neighborsin Bieazeale's. He called to his fath- I however. that a small amount of for several months. -;
Holtzendorf and Earl F. Miles ing '.l.Ionday.ilh! an overall total
a critical condition about 9:15: ,':rr. Dr. C- P. Clpvcland to bring a money might: have been taken Material for the conversion is
, backed up their last week announcements of $333.345 a net increase ot
p. m. alter an unknown assailant gun and a light and the two went from a desk drawer in the living expected to arrive here about Oct
with the payment of about $11.000 last
threw a cloth over her head and,:' to investigate the calls. loom- over year 1. and conversion of the entire
fees to qualify as opposition to.in- but held the
line ,
beat her into state of semiconscibUMiesS' i on tax millage. plant is expected to take about
_. a terribly
They found Mrs. Breazeale. five or six persons includingsome"
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cumbentRjley JSweat.Holtzendorf. ? -
.. Investigating officers : ettthg.II. figure-again: at '11.%J three months.
beaten. but con.cc ow.: lying who" have beerremploye'byMrs. currently Serving as mills. -
believe fists used I The line begins at a point one
only were work
Breazeale yard
on the ground. She may have lost I Ii : sergeant on the force has put Int.o Final adoption of tne new Dud-' and three-tenths miles east of
to administer the attack.
savage been the Clay .
nave questioned,
I i consciousness after the beating hitches as a city policeman, get will be on the board's agenda Starke on SR 229, and winds its .
although Mrs. Breazeale thinks County officer said but no arrests tirst in 1937. After _ _ _
some years lor its first
first have been hit I''however' she about meeting September.: way for approximately five miles ,
she might over as was vague made yet. One suspect a spent in I
farming returned to
The General Fund at ,:
J144.272 .
the head with a blunt instrument. I I the time she first went into the parolee from the State Prison" the force 1 1i before reaching its destination. t:,. i ,
and has
served about 10
i is about $22.000 over last The
year. route be east SR
Mrs. Breazeale. as was sometimes yard' and doctors say her face has not been located and has not He on
yars altogether. was both assistant with noted
increases in funds for 229 to Street.
her custom had come from.i rould not have swollen to the ex- been seen at his home in Starke acting NOra.ige on
: and chief under
I recreation county library. to West
the house into the yard for water itc-nt I I it was at the time she was since last Frviay.I I| former Chief W. E. Thornton. publicity Orange Pratt. east on .
and Civil Pratt to Walnut.
from an outside spigot. when found except after a lapse of time. I that } public improvement south on Walnut Z ,
The Clay officers said II and was defeated last year in a' B. D. Van Deventer Defense director and election ex. so Jackson east from Jackson to .* : _
believed to have been Young Cleveland said Mrs.
footprints indicating a scuffle. close race with Sweat for the
I Church
hiding behind large azalea bushes -1 I Bieazeale's face was "twice its pensesThe amount budgeted for then south on
outside '
were found on the ground exr-) ed of Thornton's term.
year tubercular hospital treatment tor Church to the power plant.
close to the house. threw a !'normal size" with eyes swollen he home but were of no help in Holtzendorf has lived in the county New MillisterOrdaiued mdigents decreased from VI.WO Horace w. Lee is job superintendent -
was. .-
cloth over her head and tried toga i 'hat. mouth cut and bleeding. indentification since drizzling about 40
a j years. last for Harbert. and E. L.
( year to $2,500 m the new
extended. and
and chokt her. A back porch fars puffed up. neck of
number '
rain and th2 large I Miles also served on the force budget. Strickler is the company's office
light was on. but there was no arms were black and blue..
I jh-T people around the grounds had I from 1954 to 1956 has lived in I Here
Jight in the yard. i indicating: a struggle. He said I Offsetting some of tne increases manager.
almost obliterated them- j II the county since 1940 and was Strickler said Monday that the
After the beating. Mrs. Brea- : that Dr. F. H. Schnauss of Jack- in the General Fund was a dropin
Mrs. Breazeale told officers that |, fO!merly in the produce business conpany now had about 50 men
seale was left lying on the ground sonvillc. another summer resident I, the amount budgeted for expenses -
hrr attacker did not speak during i here. The Rev. Barry Drew Van De- I on its payroll in Starke with
near the large fireplace chimney.She i of the lake. was summoned and L | I paid from tiT! Fine and
remained there for an undetermined medical attention rendered to the assault, and she never got a Chief Sweat resigned as county i v.-nter was ordained and installed L Forfeiture Fund. This was decreased about half the crew made up of
I deputy sheriff last year in order(i ito as minister of the First PresbY- I kcal reci uitz. The weekly payroll 1.
!look him.
time before her muffled Mrs. Breazeale while the Clay : at I from $94,326.29 in the
run for his present position but I II'terian Church of Starke in im- I 1958-59 'budget to J8O.130.18 in' or the outfit runs between seven : 'id. STetvtfooI- .
had served on the force several prcsive ceremonies held Sunday and eight thousand. .. dollars. according -
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$12,425 AwardedFor the new tentative budget. Reason -
School Board years before being employed by I morning at 11 o'clock. I : to the office manager deep ditrh vawtv:
the sheriff's department. for the decrease is that a deficit of Strickler said the had'
I The ordination ana installation around $16.000 in Fine & Forfeiture I company on E Pratt st as! huge autuiiboips ;
RightofVayIn Up to Wednesday noon no additions j services were conducted by the had as many as 80 employes dur- -
Funds occurring after the undei l'mplf' AvenutU'
Cuts One Mill had been made to the Commission of Suwannee Presbytery I iu the past few weeks while at'2inch
Sheriff's oftif went the '5. 301'' for
Gas SuitsFive I on Ice I passaie: of IaImp
of candidates for the officeof with the Rev. Arthur W. : lateral line' to Green
system and which had to i e car. I: f Cwe lateral on it* way to power plant
i City Clerk which Carl Johns Hideout pastor the First Presbyterian Springs was under construct-.
?' wil! ried over into the 1858-59 budget, Below: Workers are seen dig-
Bradford County citizens From Tax Levy relinquish after 27 years. So! Church Palatka. presiding.I ion.
far. T. C. linen City Council :Te charge to the pastor no longer exists. I The Green Cove line which 2-1-E out the head: of the augur
were awarded $12.425:: in condemnation was1 Fund
chairman, and:! Merrill Edwards'made by the Rev. Edwin F. Mont- I! geted for roaa and 1 runs from US 301 along SR 218 Ui.it has tunnelled 106 feet und:'

suits brought against; Bradford County's 1959-60: : who was defeated by Johns two gomery Jr. of Jasper and the :; bridge expenses showed a slight lIS Iated for completion this week. the highway.;; Twelve-foot drpth

them by the Houston Texas Oil school budget of $1,145.996. which i years ago by two votes have qualified Rev. John N. Handley of Jackson-i increase from $106,113.70 last The Starke lateral will be laid a*, this point was necessary to
and Gas for I year to 108943.80 in the new in ditches between the sidewalk avoid collision
Corp. rightofwayfor was approved by the School Board I for the post. vi'Je brought the charge to the] II with other city
the natural pas line. Monday with no protest from I i I No opposition has so far announced j congregation. Guy Andrews and I i tentative budget :nd curb along city streets. utility lines been lust below

In a trial which lasted four I'taxpayers. is about 51.000 less II for incumbents Mayor :IE. M. Davis. elders of the Starke'j '.! The Health Unit fund was in- I Streets will be: crossed by boring pavement. Pipe wiD be* only 30

days July 27 through! the 30th. than last year's and calls for one I I W T.. Jackson; Councilman.j church assisted. j, creased from 19.024.01'in the tunnel and pushing; pipe under- inches deep at other places whereit

W. Hogan Smith was awarded'las mill. The new levy will be j group. 4. Mrs. Ruby Johns; or t A native of Ortanco. the new' l958butiget to J10.ZW.34: in j, neafh without breaking the pave- is laid between curb and side
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53.800; Foster: Shi Smith. $3.450: | 25 mills. as compared with 26 last councilman group 5. J. D. Doyle. pastor attended Orlando Junior)i edition. J

J. Wamwrisht.:; $3.600: L. iJ''year.j I All three have qualified as candi- College and King College in Bris- Clerk Charles Darby said yesterday .

Renfroe. $1.200:: and R- Q. Tom- I j Th one mill drop was in the 1 I dates for reelection.Deadline toJ. Term-, where he received his it is possible that some : .

linson $375. j Interest and Sinkinc Fund. Supt. for qualifying as a I \3 degree. His Bachelor of Di- changes might be made before the ,

The company was securing a H. p. Morgan explained it was candidate in the September election rinity degree was received last tudget is finally adopted in Sep-

50 foot J1 ht-of-way for the pipe made possible by interest earned I I is_ Tuesday.d _Aug. 19. May from Union Theological I tember. i

lire. firm investment of construction Tom Stalling I: Registration of voters will end Seminary at Richmond. Va. 1 In other business MondayznorniTig .i !

I funds while awaiting performance I Monday Aug. 24. Mr. Van Deventer is married I i the Commissioners referred!!I { .. ,

rt contractors on the county BHS Tackle to the former Laura Taylor of two companies with road macnin-'' f. u'

;school projects now under way. | Lawtey CouncilSchedules Savannah. Ga. They are residing for sale : -r'\
cry road .
American ,, foreman K. t; ; .
Legion I Holdover funds going into the i ii |Plays/ ThursdayWith | Dates in .the Presbyterian manse on N. ','Jones. Hooten Company of I, : .

,. i 19='9-60 budget'are 105520. coni i' Cherry Stret.Jacksonville. i t I Gainesville has
some used
POST ;TiG ; sic'crably less than the $150.694' For tI machines t
from the All StarsTom I Clean-up I for sale Including graders and, &
carried preceding
over Man -
MEMBERSHIPDrive I I cump trucks and Jones was instructed -
I::;('ar. but anticipated receipts forth 1 The week of August 24-29 was I to ) ;i-
j inspect them.
? new year are $1.040.476. as Stallings.: 195-pound tackle designated as "Lawtey Clean-up !(Killed On SR 21 j Deal Machine Co. of Jack.lonVlJJeto !Square %

Kick-Off compared with $993.710 for the who completed four years of foot- Week" at the regular meeting j Near Keystone ottered demonstrate Its ma. r
i 1958-59 fiscal year. j baIl with the Bradford Tornadoes Monday night of the Lawtey City chines and a date will tie .t- I
Legion arranged
Home A resolution was passed by the ,: lat season. will see action in the Council. i Stanley Para. 39. of Jackson- by Jones. L. ? ::j.t. .
TUES.l'PST(; U I: Board to negotiate a loan of school$30- North-South Florida All Star loot- Along with the program. which I SviJle. died Friday in Bradford The Board requested the Starke r L%
000( to buy six or seven new '
was! started to encourage residents j I County Hospital as a result ofinjuries 'F :' -'
!ball at the of Telephone Co. to Install
University a
busses. The loan would be re- game : payphone
I to clean vacant lots well
Free up ; as as received when struck by
HamburgerFry paid in four annual installments: Florida tonight [Thursday! Stalling at the corner of Call and
their home property. the Council ,
I a car on SR 21. about a half mile
| and must be approved by the State is expected to play right Court Streets.
I voted to do the work by the city south of Gold Head Branch State
i Department of Education. Some gu.ird on offense with the North; if the owners failed to comply. I Park. Henry Gnffis registered a complaint -

cf the busses to be replacedare. Florida high school All Stars. The ( Work done by the city will be State Trooper W. R. Harvey concerning sanitary conditions -
ten years old. Supt. Morgan said. I| game is set for 8:15: at Florida in his .
II i FIeld. I billed to the property owner or said that Para was hit by a car i neighborhood on vv.j & ,
Jadded tc his tax bill. dnven by Lucille McConnell Ed- j Pratt Street and was referred to
This :
Space Contributed !School OpeningBradford I j Stalling! will report to FSU;; Other business Monday night wards. al.> of JacksonVille. as ( City Council. Want A
late this month, where he has Anybody Diamond (back)?
Weekly (to
Publicize ; A Pete
I' i 'ncluded the confirmation of he attempted to cross the high-I request by Crawford lora !
I County schools will been awarded a four-year football I Mitchell Brown as town marshal. way. road through hTs property j

Community Events by i open Monday. August 31. and I scholarship. I He had been appointed by Mayor Para had stopped his pickup I fronting on U. S. 301 setO of There are Mme! things we like Ito i I off SR 100 ab.ut rwo miles wpt

'j September 7. Labor Day will be a I j Charles Shufoid about 10 days truck off the road: to repair a flat Lawtey was received. Crawfordwas claim that Bradford Countyran of Lake Bu"ler lat Saturday
holiday accordmg to decision Social Security reminded produce bigger and better.: ,,rmominj., Not having a of
a gun
THE COMMUNITY I t ago to replace C. E. Wilson. who I tire. find was crossing the highway that the land must
I:jof the School Board at its Mon- i! lipfigr.ed. to get tools from another car, be deeded to the county before a tut this six-foot diamond-back any description with them they
; A representative of the Gaines. rattlesnake isn't one of them. It tackled the huge snake
'day morning meeting. t with a big
OF STARKE The taxation and finance com- that had stopped: to give assist, road can be graded.A '
yule Social Security office will be\ came from neighboring Union stick. This
1 "Attendance always falls off in i picture is evidence
mitte will
meet at 8 p. Monday ance., The woman driver did notsee request for an increase in the
the so the sooner get I ''in Starke at 9:30 a.m.. Thursday County! that the boys came out on top-
STATE spring we ; in the
BANK l : Lawtey town hall to over him
go in time to stop as he pay of the County Service Officer -
I started the better." School Superintendent Aug. 13. for the purpose of conducting -( youths Edwin Johnson The srake had 13 -rattles-apparently -
the tax roll and plan next fiscal, I '
walked from
behind the' parked presented by Commissioner !
[ [tleftl J
and Robin
social Coley killed the
H. P. Morgan said. security business. ::years budget. an unlucky number-
car. Bishop, was table I
out-size reptile on a graded road lor the rattler.longo _. __ _


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Jerome Edwards and Jackie. Two stark residents will be i I OUTSTANDING Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn and two' At the property of the above offer for sale and sell T. ',. 'tg, -
lIN Ho-b! of Starke. and Nancy among those receiving degrees at I II of Wildwood named defendant and that on the I est bidder for cash ,in hlII\1. the
Bates of the granddaughters I 7 day of Sept 1S59. between the above described property .,.,?} d...
State Faim were on :mmmer commencement exercises I)' TRAINEE .were. overnighj guest last Thur-} .,l'JEr; !l tl4litL.Pt! Sate aamelj. .eleven Pendant to satisfy sa t4 em-n' ..n
:.tile deans lIst at fSU for the on the University of Florida campus I day of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen.1Paul ociork in the forenoon and two o'- P. D. REDDISH
Sheriff Bradford
clock hi
i I the afternoon on day [ County. FU
spring semester. this Saturday. Richard M.' 1 Faulkner H visited his at the East dr of the Court House By LOCA XORMAN D sDDlMS'

.. Margaret Dinkins. Terry Walt- ;. Gray will receive a Bachelor of ;. cousins, Paulette and Benny Jordan tQ?> a ..Gwaiy. ,.ylorida.; i .wW Ii' 4t az
11"'.. Harold Tyas, and Jimmy Law- Science in Business f k
last week. -
.1 Administra-I r in Alma, Ga.
THE NEWS ion members of the Bradford tion, and Mary W. I Mr and Mrs. B. p. Jackson and

High School Band, will take part awarded a Masters in Education.I II 1f children of WhIppany, N- J. will t i BEAUTY SHOP

--- |1111 the second annual high school 1 Mis. J. A. Griffin is attending arrive Saturday for two weeks va

All-Star Marching Band on the,\VMU week at the Baptist As- Lake guests of .
Mr and Mrs. Manuel A- Garcia j Mrs. Fred K. Blackburn and ;tlon at Spring as
University of Florida N. iAiN STREET: LAKE BUTLER FLA.
campus. sembly. Ridgecrest C. from Mr, and Mrs. Fred Leohhard and| ,
p. of Camarilla. Calif- announce the[eon. Fred, who have been in Okinawa Aug 26. The 132-piece band Wednesday to Tuesday. *"*

birth of a son Michael Anthony.Augwt :, the past !six years, where Mr. wii! present pre-game and half- I Miss Elizabeth Smith of Bla- 4X .I.I.Y far Mrs.: Iy. M. E. Dean of Auburndale; Back To School Specials
the for- I Blackburn
'. 1 Mrs. Garcia is is employed are spend- time performances at the All-star t denboro. N. C is spending Thursday week with her son-in-
Caldwell of the State I ins several spent last ,
Peggie months with her
mer I Football game in Gainesville : to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Farm.x I mother Mrs. Laura Colley. I Thursday night, Aug. 6. Don Neel.L. From
I Le::.ton Morgan Jr., and family- $5.00PIIOE
Miss Oraine McIntyre left Sun- I Miss Ann Beam of Tampa and | Miss Ginger Thornton spent I G. Hemmingway and daughter Mrs. Kate Sheppard spent the

nay for her home in Miami after Brad Biadshaw of St. Petersburgwere I.Mondiy in Jacksonville with her Mrs. Frances Mo'er.rill]I first of the the week with rela-

spending the past three weeks weekend guests of Mr. and aunts. Mrs. Margaret Penoyer and I spend the first of the week in tives in Fort Whi e.. HY 62281KtAJitT

with the Elbert E. Thornton family Mrs. C. E. Beam. While here they I iM-s. Lorraine DuBose. ; Elizabethtown, N. C. visiting Mr.I h.y Mr. and Mrs. Henry StefanellJ .

at Kmgstey Lake. She was ac- visited:: with Miss Beam's sisters. '! PFC John Allen Crosby of Camp ,and Mrs. John Hemmingway. spent Thursday to Sunday at Key ,. --'

tompanied home by Jimmy Mrs. E. E. Thornton Mrs. J. F. Rogers, Airs. Ouida.'I Mrs.
i and family I LeJeune. N C. was home for the West and visited Mr. and
Thornton who will visit the McIntyre icf Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Margaret i iafekend. I Blocker and Mrs. W. G. Wright, Denver Devrick and family at is-

: :, foj several weeks.: I(Penoyer, and Mrs. Lorraine Du- {!;I Extra Bobbins save: time-Stock:| of Jacksonville were Wednesday lamorda Lh REFRESHED !

Mr and Mrs W. F. Goodingand j(Bose of Jacksonville. Mrs. Luther ''up with Singer Bobbins at Den-:visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Miss Elissa Stefanelli was visit.

son. Chip of Charleston, S. I Addison of Orange Park, and a i i mark Furniture Co. tf Williams.Mr. ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefaoelh: ",

C. are visaing Mr and Mrs. H. K. brother, Ivan Beam of Jackson- :Mr and Mrs. Bill Dansby of and Mrs.. Clyde Terwillegarl, in Gainesville, Thursday to Sun- .. ._-, I)." \.
Davis this w'(:k. I ville. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and I;and family spent Sunday at day. '--/ "--1 /r'o.

Mis. R. O- Dansby and family on !!Silver Springs.Mr. I .' v. Attending the Baptist Music .. ,-"'\ ,.'
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Sunday. I and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins Camp at Harmony Bay, Panama. -

Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and and children and Mr. and Mrs.\ Recruit Elizabeth M. Farkas, City next week are: Dee Walters,

.family spent the past two weeks'''Walter Timmerman of Stockton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John David. and Louise Haines, Janice. ..

BEFORE BUYING ANY HOMES at Fernandina Beach. !'Ga.. were Sunday guests of Fcrkas of Hampton, has been >i Vickers, Janet Hardy, and Mike

Mrs Brad Locke and son of .,,and Mrs. L. D. Vining. l\Ir'1 selected as the Outstanding j' Sheppard.Mr. .

Jacksonville were visiting her.: Mrs C- N. Patrick and son of Trainee of her basic training class ii j and Mrs. Inman Green and '47

mother Mrs. Shellie Hall, the 1 Isneedi are spending several days i of the U- S. Wcmen's Army Corps j i family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. o .

first of the week. : "!th her mother Mrs. Gladys .Center Fort McClellan, Ala. The i: George Manassa in Green Cove Jlf

Check With Frankie Hut to of Jacksonville I IWcldon and family. I selection was based on her excellent Springs on Sunday.
t academic record and superior Mr. and Mrs. James
is spending this week with Mrs. I! Mrs. F. F. Stump is visiting Mr. Hunt and '
'al'oln military conduct and discipline. i son, Bill, of Bonifay will ''be weekend (w7G
All Companies! R grave and son, i and Mrs. William H. Thomson, Jr. :
At graduation ceremonies she received { guests of Mrs.
I Wayne. and family in Monticello for sev- Henrietta _
.j' a WAC Center Certificate! Hunt. Mrs. Blanche '
Englander ot
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry. Jr. eral days. .i' Bring home
of Achievement, as well as her I I Fort Lauderdale is also visiting
II and family returned Wednesdayfrom 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and( .
I Certificate of Completion of basic Mrs. Hunt this week.
WE WILL FINANCE FOR a week's visit with his par- !Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jack- training. I I Mr.'and Mrs. plenty ofCOKE
C. H.
Quick Sr. -
ents in Newport News. Va. I jomille and Mrs. Don Cornell and I : ->
After graduation at Fort Mc- :: are visiting friends and relativesj ie
/ Mrs E. L. '
McKnight daughter. 'children of Massilon Ohio will be
12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES Clellan.: Recruit Farkas left for j i ii j i :i. Mississippi and Louisiana for a
Dolores and and
son. David Friday evening guests of Miss :
her new assignment at Fort Sam:,: rcontn.j i'\
10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES: Steven Smith spent last Fridayat Kate Struth. i I I
I If
St. Augustine Beach. | Singer Sewing Machine Needles:Houston. Texas There she will j I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Marlowe

MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS: LOW! Jimmy Reddish returned Friday at Denmark Furniture Co. tf|receive further training as a ave returned from a week's va- l

from six months training at Fort j I Kay Hart. Kay Christmas and:Medical Corpsman for eight;. cation in New York City. I
weeks, and then on to a 19week I J Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
:Bonning, Ga. i, go Stith and
We will finish your home, or we will put in your Elerrric Bath 'Virginia Erwin are attending the | technician i children of I
course. j Sanford
Aubrey Maura of Miami Tallahassee x-ray are spending
Beach! FSU majorette at
Set, Alarsh Maple Kitchen Sink and Overhead (Cabinets, all was Saturday luncheon guest 01 \ this week. camp Recruit Farkas enlisted under : this week with her parents, Mr.

Plumbing and put up your Sheet Rock, leading very little for Mrs. Guy Andrews. Bud Lawson and Bert McGee I the special career group plan,i, and Mrs. L. F. iJinkms.
to do. I where she able to choose her I!
you Miss Jackie I
Arnold will return returned last Wednesday from :
army training 'before enlistment.A i j Clean Cotton Rag SIGH or GOOD TASTE
Saturday from two weeks vacation two months in Glendale, Calif- I No
Pants No
.. \\n don't charge for travel. No down payment Two months with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Butlerin where they were employed. graduate of Bradford High Clean. Bradford Shirts, Must &
School, she also attended the University County Tea The Coca.Cdi 'Cokeea ntrtati Untenrfc
before first payment. No red tape no high pressure wesmt'n. Hollywood. Air. and Mrs. A. N. Holliday and xvapb. CopyrigM 195S Cowpjuy
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of family vacationed last week: at of Florida where she Bottled under outhority of The Coco-Cela Company by
We will call and .
; explain everything to you (no charge)
Webster were overnight guests Charleston, S. C. studied pharmacy. Stf.\J.L: riUM COIHTroiNTY Starke Coca-Cola Bottling CompanyROBBINS'
No obligation. Yon owe it to yourself to investigate before
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Dr. James Chace of Gainesville n.niuni ,
buying from We have out o' to >O. 4-$0()
S gone way help Baldwin. :
his Mrs. Etta Jim
wits visiting aunt Chasteen, IIA
Buddy Mathews accompaniedhis
others, and we can help you. Chace Hardy is spending two.Hoover, last Friday. Brownlee & Cba'teen'Stul..t
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Florida
weeks with his uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Boyette and Forsyth Starke Florida Plaintiff, vn Va! I W. R. Shytle, and family to Highland Defendant
Mr and MrsFrank\ Stokes, at I children have returned from two Final
N Y. for a two weeks' vaca- XOTJCE OF
WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER Crescent Beach. Frankie Hardy weeks vacation with relatives in Notice is SALE
hereby given that I, P.
spent last week with his uncle Kentucky.Mr. tion.Mrs. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford {
M. N. Sellers and son,
TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES, Inc. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motes and Mrs. P. D. Loudon of County Florida, under and by vir
Tommy of Marianna were guests tue of a writ of Execution heretofore -
P. 0. Box 106 ForthBowling and son Carl Jr. in Palatka. the weekend with
Ray D. Tampa spent Monday to Thursday of Mr. and issued cut of Small Claims
Mrs. A. J. Wright of Anaheim Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Court, Hrartford County in the a-
Green Keystone Heights I Mrs- Kenneth Kelly while Patrol- bore styled cause, I have levid upon .
Calif is visiting her soninlawand Their: children, Pat and Sandy man Sellers underwent further i the following property, situate
: Florida Phone 4123 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- Loudon returned home with them lying! and being; in Bradford County
observation and treatment at the }Florida to-wit:
'0 .. aU Andrews for a month. They after a week's: visit with the Jack- University of Florida Medical Cen- Section 34 Twp 6 South Rff 2IB ,
.. -. -' visited St. Augustine and Marine- 01)5. Commence 220'( South from J i\\' I i I
.. .. ._ '
; 'r / cor. of NEU of XWU and SI
-- land on Sunday.Mr. ter.Cliff run I
Kenneth Simons
.. .. ,. .... ..,. ._. Mr. and Mrs. '
.. Cochran of Mayfield Kyspent ,Jo' E10', X 210'. W 428 to b K: I
., and Mrs. W. R. Shytle and Atlanta,
-' 1J1 -. and daughter, Pam, of Sunday to Tuesday with his '' Z awes more or less, all lying and
4- 1: family of Hi hJand. N. Y. spent and Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlong belni; ? in Bradford County. Florida. I I IAs
titer. Mrs. Barbara Breazeale
two weeks vniting Mrs. Shytle's and son of Gainesville were Sat- who is confined in Bradford named the defendant property and of that the on above the i BEFORE WE MOVE

parents Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan urday evening supper guests of \\1 day of Srpt.. US,. between the [
%While% Prices Continue County Hospital.Mrs. '
: J Ton Sr.. and also her brother and I Mr and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Sarah Barton of Atlanta\ ,)VIotk Kal<< hours in the of !sale forenoon namely and eleven two I

talc family, Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Reggie and Gray Flynn are clock in the afternoon on said
and Mrs. A. W. Wood of Greenville -
Iday.I j at the east door of the Court
Morgan Jr.
t spending two weeks with their S. C.ill arrive Saturday!JHouee in Bradford County, Florida.i ALL Ladies' Dresses
I Judge! and Mrs. E. K. Ferrymannt Mrs. R. McAteer, j
UP Everywhere grandmother S. faa week's visit with Mjr. and' I will offer for sale and sell to the'l I
; Starke and Comer Ferryman in Tampa. i highest bidder f'>r ("allhr iajand.! the
Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. | above described property, as the'prol..rty
of Jacksonville attended funeral Mrs. Blanche Englander and Mrs Paul Hutchins and children I| of said defendant to satisfy
services last Saturday in Decatur.GA. children of Fort Lauderdale and I execution.! Regardless of Price!
in Clearwater
were Sundayto P. D. REDDISH I
for the Perrymans' nephew, Mrs. D. J- Clark of Tampa are Sheriff Bradford
Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. County
j SLADE PRICES Julian Peek. .I quests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cones. 8C] 4t 827BRADFORD

Replace your old sewing machine ,L. D. Green and Mrs. C. D. Wil- -
Capt. and Mrs. Albert Perreault 5M I.r. Cf.IINa rOt'RT
I belt with a nrw Singer Beltfrom liams.f and daughters, Jane and Ann, and COUNTS FLORID rifi&
Denmark Furniture Co. tIMrs ;, Mrs. Edward Johnson and chil SO. 5-511 900
son. Charles Durkee of West Palm I Harry A. Anthony, Plaintiff, v"-.
: ARE COMING DOWN! Mallory Thomas is in An nIdren of Fort Benning, Ga. are Beach arrived Thursday to spend[ All.-rt Johnson and Alma John-win
Arbor. Mich. visiting her son M.!.1 i spendins two weeks with Mr. and ten hill wife, Defendant.OTICB I
days at the Carl Johns' Kings- \
C. Thomas. who is seriously ill.Mr. Kirs. Godwin.
Henry ley Lake home. Not Ire Is hereby given that I I. P. :
and Mrs. Richard Sieffer-,..1 i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards I.. !:widish. Sheriff of Bradford'' *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swartz .
man of Auburn Ala. were visiting and and r.tnty FJorMj, under and by virtue I Iof
: daughters Gayle. Dianne
I and Mrs. W. P. Hunter and chil- t Mint of Execution heretoforets !
her mother Mrs. Merritt Williams ?Mrs J. M. High of Jacksonville, "ned nut of Small Claims Court.lTa !
dren of Alachua were last Wed-
You Can and family from Friday to, |spent the past two weeks at Day- : .lfur4 County, in the above *tyl-lI
t dinner of Mr and I
nesday guests cane, 1 have'kvled upon tbe folIuw'og '-
Wednesday. 'tuna Beach. l property, situate, lying and
Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby, Jr.
1 1'b..lnf in Bradford County. Florida. ,
GotTi Now.Purchase Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman to-wit: l lAll
hive returned from two weeks that portion of Block 3( Eat I,
Lawtey, as per map or plat record- I;
vacation in New York City, Niagara -.J in Public nf'M'rds of Bradford i LADIES' SKIRTS 1.99
Fans, Toronto. Canada, and 1 County. Florida which lies east .fi ,
i Mate Hoad 2Ii and rontaining"643'' LADIES'
4 the Smoky Mountains. I acres, more or less. all lying" and BLOUSES 97cLADIES'
Leaton Morgan in and RalphMorgan l efn|. .I In'. Bradford Cin iyl.F1oridaI, '

1/ are spending this week > ,. BERM. SHORTS 97c

Your QULA TE YOUR with their grandparents. Mr. and 1 a

J Mrs. M. E. Dean. in Auburndale.Mrs. 1 i DR1V E' IN ALL HANDBAGS 1.00

HOME TODAY Lucile Davis spent Thurs- All Ladies' SWIM SUITS 5.00
Lp day to Saturday with her daughter j
. HeatingRequirements > AND H. Davis Jr. and Ladies' PLAY
family in Gainesville. ,

SUMMER HEAT :\11'. and Mrs. W. J. Johnstonand On Route U. S. 90'I Ladies' Summer SHOES' 1.99
family of Miami will be j

AWAY \ guests next week of Mrs. Alice I BALDWIN, FLA.

Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby j Show Time 7:45 P.M. All Children's DRESSES 1.99Children's ,

FROM\ Trrner at Kmgsley Lake. )

I Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. PLAY TOPS 97c

W. Kincaid spent the weekend FrL, Sat. Aug. 7, 8
Catalina SWIM
Slade Gas with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. TisOn at SUITS for Girls 2.99 i

Fernandina Beach. I:

61j Purchase any model of Singer i BUCHANAN
Denmark 4.99
\ AT THE tuc s. Serlnl'l:1chine:: at

Furniture 'Co. W Men's SPORT SHIRTS 1.49
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and RIDES ALONE -

family visited Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Men's STRETCH SOX .
BtA1Cheapest 39cMena
!i : Peeler in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
AltA NO MONEY DOWN With Randolph Scott
\ and Mrs. Roy L. Wingate of SWIM TRUNKS 1.99Boys'

Jacksonville, Mrs. A. B. Jones of, PLUS -
Callahan and :Mr. and Mrs. L. E.:

rh.rybolyl y. Repair Perry of Lake Wales are spend- RUNAWAYDAUGHTERS SWIM SUITS 1.99Boys'

NIUg" ... oar" ; ins, this week at Kingsley Lake .
bare Arao"H.rt cab fat, Ever., and visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. R. SPORT SHIRTS 1.00Boys'

(".ots b.st!Coma la oii4 kt M fet .r Add Rooms .-- Carport -.. Moench in Starke- Maria English, Anna Stefl WESTERN JEANS
you wbyl
I Miss Margaret Jones of Miami -.

1.! Bath Room and Mrs. Bin Moger of Fort Myers t Sun., Mon. Aug. 9, 10 Double Knee (4-16) 1.49
were last Friday guests of Mrs.

Don't Fail'To' 'Take Advantage of''.This': (INCLUDING SEPTIC TASK AND FIX. H. A. Lawson and family. Boys' DRESS PANTS 2.99

TURES) Mrs. Dan Jardine and daughterof Love SlavesOf I

{ Opportunity > Douglas Ga. were overnight We have SHOES for the
Time To Re-roof guests Monday: of Mrs. Clyde Sin- entire family. Just

.cair.The Lawson families held their The AmazonDon received a nice selection of

Slade Gas. Co. STARKE BUILDERS' annual last family Sunday reunion with at 55 Lake present-Alfred Taylor Gianoa St>pde Shoes for BACK' TO SCHOOL.

Kay Hart spent last Thursday PLUS -

fo; Saturday with relatives in

PHONE WO 4-3551 i SUPPLIES INC.I Jacksonville.Mrs.. Edith. Christiansen and Walt TONKAStarring Disney's This Is Our Final SALE! ,Take

:NTXT DOOR TO WI X-DIXIE I daughter Mrs. C. S- Stevenson,

I At are spending several days with Mr. Sal Mfaeo Advantage And SAVE!

.. .. ,. '. .. Depot Starke, .Fla.' and Mrs. L. E.. Moseley in Plant
.. 'r"", ," .. I
.. -.' City.

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t I II Miss Sandra JohnsIs Cogdill-Lawson Clerk Typist Jobs Post 56 Kickoff I,Cars Demolished, I I; Ricks a 1952 of Ford Starke.A driven. by Leo A.

I I- ComplimentedAt At Camp Blanding For MembershipSet Drivers UnhurtIn witness who was stopped at

Two PartiesMiss Under Merit SystemF For TuesdayAmerican 301 Smash-up the light testified that Ricks had
the was
I 1 1I| green light. Lavigueuer
i[ with failure to yield the
Sandra Johns, bride-elect B. Beard manager of the Legion Post 56 will i Two cars came out of an accident -i

of August 15, has been the in-' ., Florida Improvement Commis- hold its annual membership drive'! Tuesday morning at the in- right-of-way.

I spi ation for several parties this : sion's surplus property operationat kick-off Tuesday night. Aug. 11. tersec ion ofV.. Pratt St. and Besides car damage, there was

I Gladys Mooty I Camp Blanding. has a word of A free hamburger fry for members 1 Temple Ave as. "total losses" but also some damage to a neon sign

-. .. .... I week.Misses I and the building of Herb's Drivein -
-' -- I- -- "'- "' --4 Joan and Joyce Scholl -,1s advise for qualified persons interested and visitors will begin at the occupant escaued with only

!entertained at a dinner party for r in jobs as stenographers,'17:15. with a business session minor injuries.A restaurant.
Beta Sigma Phi I ThomasReamesMr. 'Miss Johns Thursday evening of ,,1 l I I typists clerk-typists and clerks.I t scheduled for 8. 1955 Oldsmobile driven by THE RIG T POINT for u&e

Members Fete j first reek at the Brahma Restau- 1i I Since these positions were "We expect to complete the Fabian Levigiituer; of St. Martin- way you write. Come in and 16I -

!i rant in Ocala. I f .1 i placed under the merit system I membership drive in 30 days and'hood, Quebec. Canada was travel- 'I led your favorite ESTERBROOS

Mrs. Glenn ConnerI i II Enjoying the affair with the II III I ;; i i sometime ago, Mr. Beard says he have more than 250 members ii-JI? south on Temple when hit by Fountain ....0. TKU-fiRAPH.:

I 1 hcnoree and the hostesses were cannot fill them except with persons signed up for 1S60. 1st Vice Commander '

The Beta Sigma Phi soronty g ''Mis' Don Cornwell and Mrs. Edgar who are listed on the regis- H. A. Bishop Jr.. membership -
met at the home ofIrs.: Ned
Akridge of Keystone Heights, and I te" of the Florida Merit System in chairman said yesterday. j

Yancey Monday evening for their i t Mrs. Charles Perry of Gainesville.The Tallahassee. Therefore he advises ,"The Legion like any organize- !
summer social and stork shower i
hostesses presented Miss anyone who is interested in employment lion must have active working REALLY

honoring Mis. Glenn Conner. i i Johns with the pickle fork to her of this kind to write members, and these members .

Yellow gladioli in attractive ar- j chosen silver pattern as a memento the Florida Merit System Doyle must renew their membership! b.

rangements were used in decorat.i:' of the occasion. I I E. Carlton Building Tallahassee, each year by paying annual dues" REFRESHED!

lUg points of interest in the parly' t. Mr- and Mrs. C- W. Cogdill of Fla. and ask permission to take he continued.

rooms. .. Miss Johns was feted at a delightful j i Starke announce the engagementand I(the examination the next time it Financial affairs for the current
Appropriate games were played Coca-Cola party last : of their is
approaching marriage
I sat-I ( given.
t will be discussed at the business '
t. year
during the evening and prizes) urday morning given by daughter. Patricia Sue. to David The applicant will be notified with other w ,- V

were awarded to 11 rs. Freeman F Demorest and Mrs. C. E. Johns Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. I of the time and place of the examination matters meeting of along .., 0

Register Jr. and Mrs. CurtIs Malone at the Demorest home on Park L. Lawson, also of Starke. and if the exam is importance.At
the last meeting. Finance
\ t Place. The wedding will be an eventof !successfully passed, applicant's
Officer Kenneth Grider reportedthat
Arrangements of mixed summer Oct. 3 in the Madison Street name will be placed on the regis-

Adult Fellowship M flowers were used to advantage in I Baptist Church. Friends and relatives -I ter. If applicant does not pass the Post had taken in $3.-
450.f9 the and had
decorating points of interest in of the cordially during year
couple are the exam, he can wait three
Has. Swim PartyThe the party rooms.: The refreshment I invited. months and take it again. spent $3,383.76. Grider reported
r that the Post
that several projects i
table was overlaid with a I ilovely Mr. Beard said his departmentis
Adult Fellowship class ot had started were not completeand
Madeira cutwork cloth and i iI Harley-Smith often inconvenienced when a
the Methodist Church held a swim further study should be given
centered with and white 1r
(I pink job vacancy occurs and he is
party and hamburger try at the blossoms. these matters at the post meeting.All .
i summer forced to exhaust the names on
Officer's Club Thursday evening and Mrs. Ovid Thomas of i Veterans are urged to attend -
The guest of honor was presented the register, even though they
of' last week from four to seven I Starke announce the engagementof I II the Tuesday night hamburger I
with a silver cheese server from are people living in a remote part I
o'clock. their daughter Ferrell to. fry and to take an active
her hostesses as a remembrance of the state. Filling vacancies
The group of 30 enjoying the Thomas A. Reames, son of Mr.I i part in all Legion programs. !
of the occasion. ould be much easier if there were
affair were members of the classand and Mrs. Paul Reamer, also of I Post Adjutant John Godwin
Twenty-five guests; called during more local names on the register
their families. Starke. 'fr will have the 1960 membershipcards I
the appointed hours 10:30: to Mr. Beard stated.

Dale of wedding has not jet : 11:30, including Mrs. Carl Johns, There will be one position fora ready for distribution at the .

been announced. mother of the bride-to-be. clerk-typist open next month. Tuesday meeting.Bradford I

Mr Beard said and he recentlyhad !II

Recreation GroupTo to fill a position of clerk District I I ,; ,.

FloridaTheatre Hear Report I Perry-Paladino qualified temporarily person because on there the register.As was no. Takes SecondIn i I Bring home plenty of f COKE

From WorkshopCarol I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry of soon as a qualified name appears SCS Contest StGl or COCO TASTE

Hampton announce the engage- = on the register the temporary -
I y
Ward and Barbara Blank- ment of their daughter Ruth .MaI employe will be replaced. Second place honors for the Copyright 1959 The Con-CotiComptnr ToVr is*JfCistInd IrWturt

enship will meet with the Youth I ne, to Tom Paladino, son of Mr. state were won by the Bradford I tattled under authority of TJi. Coca-Cola Company by

Council Monday Aug. 10. at the and Mrs. Sammy Paladino of New 'Suitable Home' r Soil Conservation District in aj I Starke Coca-Cola Mottling Company

U. S. O. to give a report on their Orleans. recent contest sponsored by the I

work at the Youth Workshopthey Miss Perry is a graduate ofBHS. Law May CurbIllegitimacy Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. j

attended recently in Gaines- class of '58. The Florida judges cited the

villeThe I Hillsborough district for doing the Our Garden Supply Is Giving Away

workshop was concernedwith Madison St. WMU Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard C. Harleyof best job of advancing the cause of
SAT. AUG. 8FRANKSA'flTRA student :sovernment and with Lawtey land and water conservation in
announce the engagement -
organization and conducting Teen The WMU of the Madison and approaching marriageof Application of a new law whichin the state between May 1, 1958 and Top Value Stamos

Centers. Street Baptist Church will hold their daughter. Jacquelin Grace effect would bar the mothersof April 30 1959, and the Bradford

Plans for election of officers for I their annual picnic Tuesday Aug. I to Arnold Q. Smith, son of the illegitimate children from receiving group was second. j

'IN the coming year will also be madeat Ill. at the home of Mrs. L. A. late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Smithof state aid to dependent The awards were based on accomplishments -
HIS the meeting.; I Canova at Kingsley Lake. Starke. children will be activated next of the district in

FIRST i There will be swimming at 10 The wedding will be an eventof month by the State Departmentcf the conservation program. In

WESTERN! j Fear Of Pain With o'clock followed by a covered dish I Sept. 27 at 4 p. m. in the Law- The Public Welfare. making its report, the Bradford

luncheon, program and meeting. tey Methodist Church.All so-caled "suitable home"act group named Leaton Morgan Jr.
THEATRE With Hair RemovalBy passed by the 1959 Legislature of Rt.* 2, Starke as its outstanding
friends and relatives of the
I r provides that if the home of I liJl
EDMUND DYER Recent Births I couple are invited to attend. 1 farmer-cooperator for the year.
receiving state aid is
i I Plaques will be presented to the
't ElectrologistFear found to be unsuitable for them, I
a w.i I Bradford County Hospital announces !Watterson Home !local conservationists at the annual b I
often women the children shall bte placed with
prevents the following oaths: j meeting of the state associa- : r vOP
from hair condition, !Scene Of GalaHousewarming responsible relatives, either vol-
correcting a i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford |Urn of soil conservation districtsin
r f ; untarily on the part of the moth- 1
r in its early stages. Treatments I Charlotte '
ol Starke, a daughter, Tallahassee later this
,are pleasant.-. Patients marvel at Ann. July 30. I er, or through court action. gt UU rAU/f/ UH IIILI
the of hair removal. "1 I In a policy statement, adoptedlast
ease wish Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Watterson '

/-JOHNNY JOHNSTON I had come in sooner" is a pop- Starke, a daughter Terry Lynn,!] were feted at a delightful week the State Welfare 5 : JI&-
Board declared that "in light of D
ular Excess hair ,
I i expression. conditions 1.Mr. j house-warming Sunday afternoonat 81.C.
Aug. v. ,4.
the of the -
wording law homes
.. Plus "Push Hutton Kitty"Cartoon. are corrected faster when I and Mrs. Edward Harden-' their new home on Bayless where FL-:
one or more illgitimate .
first noticed. It's to your advantage for the affair STARKE
fcrook of Starke, a daughter lam:!Thighway. Hostesses births have occurred since the
to eliminate this excess were Mrs. Lucian Conner Mrs.
Kay, Aug. 4. ,
granting of assistance will be included -
"" hair before it Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tanner of1Grandm. : George Huggins Mrs. Robert Pat- in the definition of an unsuitable SUN. MON., TUES.

; spreads. There is a son, Aug. :5. teryon. Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. home." AUG. 9, 10, 11 s
4 p Fred Haislop. Mrs. Owen Alvarez 1
no skin irritation) The new Welfare Board policy j.
Mrs. Vernie Thornton, Mrs. J. C-
i Sun. Mon Aug. 9. 10 k after the excess I also; sets forth that where the OLD YELLERDorothy
I !i Sapp. and Mrs. Johnny Green.
hair has (been re- TIPSGULF --!| home is determined to be unsuit-
I i The: Watterson home was attractive 1leGuinand Fevs Parker
moved. Many able and there are no relatives
for the occasion with arrangements .
girls have the tho can offer a home to the children ZANZABUKUDangerous oil. .
by ERNEST TANNER of mixed summer .
hair removed the parent will be given the
640 N. Temple Ave. flowers. Presiding at the punch
\f f during their choice of getting alon without
table were Linda Huggins, Sue
Plus Color Cartoon For Children
aid to dependent children or -
lunch hours return to worK Jackson. July Haislop and Carol
referral to the Juvenile
i cosmetically correct.
I 1 I Because facial Farr. Ccurt for decision regarding custody Wed., Thur. Aug. 12, 13 I
hair appears as a Calling between the appointed
,!! masculine characteristic, it threat- hours three to five o'clock, were.I or placement of the chil Damn CitizenKeith

US11U11 I I ens a woman's femininity. This is I 125 guests. dren.Many other factors in addition I Andes, Maggie: {)ayes ccciFista;
t t.M also a factor in its absence as asocial The hostesses presented the
1 wDYAt1C0ef n to illegitimacy can result in a Missile MonstersWalter
I topic of conservation. The I honored couple with a beautiful
home being undeclared unsuitable
9 f II result being that each woman so bedspread as a memento of the Heed. Lois Collier
for ADC. District case workers
I I afflicted reasons that she is the I occasion.'First HIM Color Cartoon
I lone sufferer of hypertrichosis. Ot ,It Itr have been instructed to work

of Chests'1; been Instructed to work closely N_ iii "'.
Plus "Spooking course, this isn't so, as few worn BaptistVMU with families toward improving Fri. Sat. Aug. 14, 15 au.. to II... \ ANDCHEMICAL
Cartoon. en go through life without I lIome
a rev
festation mam- Has Executive Board :conditions in their homes. If any LA PARISIENNEBrigitte
of excess hair. otten the CO.
Tues., Wed. Aug. 11, 12 l l progress is shewn, the case workers -
growth have of unwanted hair may I ,, Meeting, Program will continue their rehabilitation Bardot, Charles BoyerMan V fConvenient

RAW EXCITEMENT! serious, and it psychological certainly consequences The regular executive bOard efforts! for as long as one Of The West .
goes a-
year before reporting the home
wuuwincr'YUr long with withdrawal meeting of the First Baptist With
r complex. f unsuitable. Gary Cooper monthly
'a rkJ Church WMU was held at 11 a. m. Plus Color Cartoon Fur Children
Fortunately) ,
we can offer In payments.
6U1 encouragement cases where an ADC grant is
Ii Ar. Tuesday at the church STId was
to those who seeK cancelled because the home has'own dren. Continuous maintenance
scoli r ..rt followed by a covered dish lun
: help in restoring a satisfactory Some folks are like that but cheon. The president Mrs. J. t;.! declared unsuitable, a reapplication contract.

cosmetic appearance. There is no others take good advice and check I Hildebran, conducted the program for aid may be ap-

t excuse for any woman to have on their car BEFORE it happens. i t I and 'business meeting. prcved after a period of one year,
unwanted facial hair. I if conditions have improved and
Check that battery right away -. ] Miss Josephine Jones gave &n
An analysis the home has been found suitable.!
of your hair problem drive in and see us.tig ': interesting talk on her recent trip H I CROSS riarmr
is offered Only one easing of the general SOUTHERN
t to
you by Edmund I'fto Puerto Rico, Panama canal pur I
ban against aid to the mothersof .
Dwyer Electrologist, 107 W. Univ. Zone, and south America and C"R.e.AaMM. er .
j Ave., Gainesville. Telephone to Accomodate illgitimate children is noted
*K showed slides illustrating the mis- Quilt-O-lax
.. 2-8039. I ia the new policy. It provides that

i1 JANIS CARTER mall Inotigh to Appreciate sion work there. in cases referred to the Juvenile r .:-
; [Adv.) Those attending Ridgecrest Courtwhere the court decides t. s; ..
,- I I WMU Week are Mrs. fi'ITMbran,
proper custody belongs with the
: 'Mrs. J. A. Griffin, and Airs. C. A.
parent and that the children are ..
JlNDERWATUa.4! _;- I Knight. to be returned to their own home, 3 h r ,

; k ;he children will continue to be SPECIAL PRICE r M : _
BEEF SALE Mrs. Corley Johns eligible for aid

Birthday HonoreeA All district welfare workers will
I be directed to make a thorough 76

group of friends and relatives review of all cases involving suit-

OBIDDE.F. U. S. GOVERNMENT GRADED GOOD gathered at the home of Mr. and :UJe homes, the policy states. I

Mrs. Corley Johns last Friday to each -=
Cut and
Wrapped For Your FreezerAt
I honor Mrs. Johns on her 70th WOODS FIRESRain I

'IS1AND ? No Extra Cost. birthday anniversary.

Among out of town guests who totaled 1-71 inches in thecounty Kittrm or MII.1't. .

.;i AN AO..S enjoyed this birthday dinner for the week ending Mon- tw+ K IIovbIII

...la I7/r.1 a" ett.",Yt=-.1.1 ....:7. 1 SIDE 55 FRONT 4gel event with Mrs. Johns were Mrs. day night Aug. 3, according to an comftft with anjr$73 SO tufted trittrttt
Cora Marlowe of South Bay. average of the records of the

Plus "Wise Quacker" l Mrs. Mildred Lathan of Pennsylvania three fire toners. 1r

Mrs. Dorothy Lee Smith The greatest amount 1.45 inches y
Thur. Fri. AUf 13 14Phis
HINDQUARTER 66C and four daughters of Jasper. fell Friday. Saturday had .16 CXUDSWE mumuHONSA6 av .. .

Mrs. Sallie Anthony Miss Ida inches and Sunday .1 inches with EDGE = ... .

w6tl .. WE Sweat Miss Annie Sweat and no rain recorded for the other ieaMede ...M.nIM j "IIIIIIJ' 7 -
ALSO CUT AND WRAP YOUR ..... Itnog ___
Mrs. Gennie Solano. ... u
days of the week. v o jlna'trerwy.r..ay
OWN BEEF. :'l'le0 contort
r There were no fires in the eYy w".". i ...... Y11a1 I "
rIN I HaistenBagwellAnnouncement county this week and the number :"IIfI

recorded since Jan. 1. 1959 is 29
Ildt!i e41'r.'Fl' "l1K .irrue+t is being madeof as opposed to 93 for the same

the marriage; of Mrs. Dora Bag- period of 1958.

"Bird Symphony" Car. well to S. W. Haisten on July 28 i Total acres burned since Jan. 1 HART FURNITURE COMPANY I

in Folkston, Ga. i of this year is listed by the Fire .

I toon. Baldwin, Fla. phone CO 6.1482 Mr. and Mrs. Haisten are residing Service as 164.6 acres and for the '

at the Bagwell home on U. same period last year 572.4 acres STARKE. FLORIDA

I 1t I S. 301. North. :j were burned. ___ ,


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Clerk Jobs Post 56 Kickoff 1 Cars Demolished I la 1952 Ford driven by Leo A.
Miss Sandra JohnsIs Cogdill-Lawson Typist | Ricks of Starke.

ComplimentedAt At Camp! Blanding For MembershipSet I Drivers UnhurtIn I A witness Vno was stopped at

the testified that Ricks had
I light
Two PartiesMiss f Under Merit System For TuesdayAmerican I 301 SmashupTwo ;I the green light. Lavigueuer was

'a'-' charged with failure to yield the
*. i of the Legion Post 56rt1I cars came out of an acci- I
F B. Beard
Sandra Johns, brideelectof f k manager I right-of-way.
annual membership drive dent Tuesday morning at the intersection I
hold its
a. Florida Improvement commis-
August 15, has been the in-
11. of W. Pratt St.. and j Besides car damage. there was
night. Aug.
sion's operationat kick-off Tuesday ,
S.>i3tion for several parties this
i also some damage to a neon sign
ueek. Camp Blanding has a word of A free hamburger fry for mem-i I Temple Axe. as. "total losses" but
Gladys Mooty of Herb's Drivein -
.. 1 .. .- .,- .. -. Misses Joan and Joyce Scholl (* advise for qualified persons interested bers and visitors will begin at',I the occupants escaped with only >-and restaurant.the building
in jobs stenographers, 7:15 with a business session minor injuries. I
entertained at a dinner party for ; as
Beta Sigma Phi Thomas-Reames Miss Johns Thursday evening of\ : typists, clerk-typists and clerks. scheduled for 8. A 1955 Oldsmobile, driven by I THE RIGHT POINT for.De

Members Fete I I lost; week at the Brahma Restaurant .1.1I Since these positions were "We expect to complete the.; Fabian Levigueuer of St Martin- I way you write. Come in and .*-

in Ocala. j placed under the merit system membership drive in 30 days and ':hood, Quebec, Canada was travel- I lest your favorite ESTERBROOK

Mrs. Glenn Conner .1 Enjoying the affair with the : sometime ago Mr. Beard says he have more than 250 members i i Ting south on Temple when hit by Fountain Fro. TF.LF.ORAPH.

I honoree and the hostesses were I l "'-I, t cannot fill them except with persons signed up for 1960: 1st Vice Com- -

The Beta Sigma PhI sorority r '{ Mis, Don Cornwell and Mrs. Edgar I who are listed on the regis- mander H. A. Bishop Jr., mem- 1:51: :

met at the home of Airs. Ned Akridge of Keystone Heights, and I te" of the Florida Merit System in bership chairman, said yesterday. II

Yancey Monday evening for their Mrs. Charles Perry of Gainesville. Tallahassee.; Therefore he advises "The Legion like any organiza-

summer social and a stork shower The hostesses presented Miss anyone who is interested in employment tion must have active working i REALLY

honoring Mrs. Glenn Conner. Johns with the pickle fork to her of this kind to write members and these members I

Yellow gladioli in attractive arrangements chosen silver pattern as a memento the Florida Merit System, Doyle must renew their membership I -

were used in decorating of the occasion. E. Carlton Building, Tallahassee. each year by paying annual dues"\ REFRESHEDI

points of interest in the parry Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cogdill of Fla. and ask permission to take he continued.

rooms. I Miss Johns was feted at a delightful Starke announce the engagementand the examination the next time it Financial affairs for the current i

Appropriate games were played !: Coca-Cola party last Sat- approaching marriage of their is given. I year will be discussed at the business -

during the evening ana prizes ILk urday mornin given by Mrs. R. daughter, Patricia Sue, to David The applicant will be notified meeting along with other :;. V 0

were awarded to Mrs. Freeman' F Demorest and Mrs. C. E. Johns Lawson. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. of the time and place of the examination matters of importance.At .

Register Jr and Mrs. Curtis Malone at the Demorest home on Park L. Larson, also of Starke. and if the exam is the last meeting Finance

Place. The wedding will be an event successfully passed applicant'sname Officer Kenneth Grider reported

Arrangements of mixed summer j i of Oct. 3 in the Madison Street will be placed on the regis- that the Post had taken in $3.-

Adult FellowshipHas flowers were used to advantage in I Baptist Church. Friends and relatives ter. If applicant does not pass 450.19 during the year and had

decorating points of interest in of the couple are cordially the exam, he can wait three spent $3,383.76Grider reported

Swim PartyThe the party rooms.: The refreshment Invited months and take it again. that several projects that the Post

table was overlaid with a Mr. Beard said his department. completeand
had started were not
Adult Fellowship class ot lovely Madeira cutwork cloth and Harley-Smith is often inconvenienced when a further study should be giventhese

the Methodist Church held a swim ; I!"centered with pink and white job vacancy occurs and he is matters at the post meeting

party and hamburger fry at tne summer blossoms. forced to exhaust the names on All Veterans are urged to attend -

Officer's. Club Thursday eyemngof Mr. and Mis. Ovid Thomas of I The guest of honor was presented the register, even though they the Tuesday night ham-

last week from four to seven Starke announce the engagementof with a silver cheese server from are people living in a remote partof burger fry and to take an active ff'p
their daughter, Ferrell, to
O'clock. the state. Filling vacancies
her hostesses as a remembranceof part in all Legion programs.
i I
The group of 30 enjoying the Thomas A. REames son of Mr. the occasion. would be much easier if there were
and Mrs. Paul also of Post Adjutant John Godwin
affair were members of the classand Twenty-five guests called dur- more local names on the register. :
will have the 1960 membershipcards
Starke. 4.z
I their families. ing the appointed hours. 10:30: to ,. Mr. Beard stated. ready for distribution at the _
Date of wedding has not yet 11:30, including Mrs. Carl Johns, There will be one position fora meeting
been announced. mother of the bridetobe.PerryPaladino clerk-typist open next month
a2 Mr. Beard said, and he recently

Recreation Group had to fill a position .of clerk Bradford District i I II

FloridaTheatre To Hear Report I I qualified temporarily person because on there the register.was no Takes SecondIn I Bring home plenty of COKE

From WorkshopCarol I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry .of As soon as a qualified name ap- SCS ContestSecond SIC! OF GOOD TASTE

I Hampton announce the engage- pears on the register the tem-

Ward and Barbara Blank-I ment of their daughter, Ruth Mane 6' porary employe will be replaced. place honors for the I: FJriiht 1m The eoc.to'a Company -CO.."M i ref otwrt tot***

er-ship will meet with the Youth to Tom Paladino, son of Mr. state' were won by the BradfordSoil Bottled under ouihorify of Tn. Coco-CoTa Company by

I Council Monday, Aug. 10. at the I and Mrs. Sammy Paladino of New .s. Suitable Home Conservation District in a Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Company
sponsored by the
U. S. O. to give a report on their Orleans. recent contest

work at the Youth Workshopthey Miss Perry is a' graduate of Law May CurbIllegitimacy Goodyear\ Tire & Rubber Co.

attended recently in Gaines- BHS, class of '58. The Florida judges cited the

villeThe Hillsborough district for doing the of Our Garden Supply Is Giving Away

best job of advancing the cause
workshop! was concernedwith I Madison St. WMU Mr. and Mrs. Hubtard C. Harley in
land and water conservation
SAT. AUG. 8 student government and with I of Lawtey announce the engage- Application of a new law whichin the state between May 1, 1958 and Top Value Stanios
organization and conducting Teen
The WMU of the Madison ment and approaching marriageof
effect, would bar the mothersof April 30 1959, and the Bradford
Centers. Street Baptist Church will hold their daughter, Jacquelin Grace,
FRANK S/'WTRA illegitimate children from receiving was second.
I i Plans for election of officers for their annual picnic Tuesday, Aug. to Arnold Q. Smith son of the group
tIN the coming year will also be madeat 11. at the home of Mrs. L. A. late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Smithof state aid to dependent The awards were based on accomplishments -
children will be activated next
{ of the district in
HIS the meeting. Canova at Kingsley Lake. Starke.
month by the State Departmentcf In
FIRST There will be swimming at 10 The wedding will be an eventof the conservation program-

Fear Of Pain With I o'clock followed by a covered dish Sept. 27 at 4 p. m. in the Law- Public Welfare. making its report, the Bradford
WESTERN! ; The so-caled "suitable home"act Leaton Jr.
named Morgan SlAX1TppPS
luncheon! and meeting. tey Methodist Church.All group
: program
With Hair Removal passed by the 1959 Legislature its outstanding
THEATRE friends and relatives of the of Rt. 2, Starke as I l
provides that if the home of farmer-cooperator for the year.
Recent Births couple are invited to attend.
By EDMUND DWYER I children receiving state aid .Is Plaques will be presented to the
Electrologlst found to be unsuitable for them,
Bradford County Hospital announces -i iWatterson Home local conservationists at the annual -
11A the children shall be placed with
811 e Fear often prevents women the following oirths: meeting of the state association -
Scene Of GalaHousewarming responsible relatives, either voluntarily y
from correcting a hair conditionin MIr and Mrs. Charles Crawford of soil conservation districtsin
on the part of the mother -
I its early stages., Treatmentsare CharlotteAnn Tallahassee later this month. .
ol Starke a daughter, UII
.y I ulw Vtlyl
through court
or action.In i (
I pleasant i. Patients marvel atj July 30.
I a policy1 statement, adoptedlast
"./ 3oi; \the ease of hair: removal. "1 WISh\ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks of]' Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Watter- week the State Welfare

L -JOHNNY JOHNSTON I had come in sooner" is a popular Starke, a daughter, Terry Lynn, !son were feted at a delightful Board declared that "in light of '

I expression. Excess hair con- Aug. I, i house-warming Sunday afternoon the wording the law, homes PARK ,

Plus "Push Button Kitty- ditions are corrected faster when Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harden- I at their new home on Bayless where one or more illgitimate w STARKE FLA.

Cartoon. i i first noticed. It's to your advantage trook of Starke, a daughter.Tammy -.I Thighway- Hostesses for the affair births have occurred since the AL.- .
t j to eliminate this excess Mrs. Lucian Conner Mrs. .
i were I
Kay Aug. I granting of assistance will be included -
hair ot I' George Huggins. Mrs- Robert Pat- SUN.. MON., TUES. .
< before it
""" Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tanner I in the definition of an un- .
';,.-, ,' ?.', ", spreads. There is Grandin, a son, Aug. 5.GULF terson. Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. suitable home." AUG. 9. 10 11 I .
t<:t" : 'Fred Haislop Mrs. Owen Alvarez WALT DISNEY : -
no skin The new Welfare Board policy r S
9. 10 f after Imtauon\\ Mrs. Vernie Thornton, Mrs. J. C. also sets forth that where the OLD YELLERDorothy -
Sun., Mon. Aug. Sapp. and Mrs. Johnny Green.
home is determined to be unsuitable -
? hair has ( TIPS-- .
t The Watterson home was attractive McGuire and Fevi Parker
moved. Many and there are no relatives .
0't for the occasion with arrangements .; '
who can offer a home to the children -
girls have theTa ZANZABUKUDangerous ,
by ERNEST TANNER of mixed summer .c"...
.. hair removed the parent will be given the
during their 640 N. Temple Ave.Some flowers. Presiding at the punch choice of getting along withoutaid Safari
table were Linda Huggins, Sue Plus Color Cartoon For Children
to dependent children, or accepting -
lunch hours return to work Jackson. July Haislop, and Carol
referral to the Juvenile
cosmetically correct. Farr. Ccurt for decision regarding cus- Wed., Thur. Aug. 12, 13 I

Because facial hair appears as a Calling between the appointed
t tody or placement of the chil- Damn CitizenKeith
masculine characteristic, it threatens hours three to five o'clock, were

a woman's femininity. This is I 125 guests. dren.Many Andes, Haggle Hayes
IASTi A other factors, in additionto
t also a factor in its absence as a TV 25xJr\fi The hostesses presented the
1 illegitimacy, can result in a Missile MonstersWalter
as r + social topic of conservation. The honored couple with a beautiful
home unsuitable
being undeclared
.9TAtlsc n t i result being that each woman so t bedspread as a memento of the Km), Low Collier
aPlus fcr ADC. District case workers
afflicted reasons that she is the occasion. rim Color Cartoon
have been Instructed to work
)lone sufferer of
hypertnchosis. Of been instructed to work closely II III.
"Spooking of Ghosts"; course, this isn't so, as few worn. First BaptistVMU with families toward improving Fri., Sat. Aug. 14, 15 time tcRZZFktd4lrr. v lI.tv AND

Cartoon. en go through life without a manifestation Has Executive Board conditions in their homes. any I LA PARISIENNE r.e ume \HM ICAL CO.

of excess hair. Often the .
j Tues., Wed. Aug. 11, 12 growth of unwanted hair may Meeting, ProgramThe progress will is continue shown the their case rehabilitation workers -- Brigitt Bardot, Charles Boyer

RAW EXCITEMENT! have serious psychological consequences regular executive board efforts for as long as one Man Of The West .,
and it .
certainty goes along
before home
taur.r rTuairr with a withdrawal complex. meeting of the First Baptist year unsuitable.In reporting, the With Gary CooperPlus Convenient monthly

w sIINS6tN Church WMU was held at 11 a. m. i Color Cartoon For Children I payments.
Fortunately we can offer encouragement cases where ADC grant is
ajtcJil:. Tuesday at the church STlO was an dren. Continuous maintenance
I. to those who seek cancelled because the home hasbeen
dish luncheon.
followed by a covered cont oct.
scorr1 r help in restonng a satisfactory folks are like that but The president, Mrs. J. K!. declared unsuitable a reapplication -

cosmetic appearance. There is no others take good advice and checkon Hildebran, conducted the programand for aid may be approved .

excuse for any woman to have their car BEFORE it-happens. business meeting. after a period of one year,
unwanted facial hair. if conditions have improved and
Check that battery right away Miss Josephine Jones gave an
An analysis ot your hair problem drive in and see us. interesting talk on her recent trip the home has been found suitable. SOUTHERN H I CROSS atGarGart
Only generalban osaESl l
is offered to you by Edmund to Puerto Rico, Panama Canal one easing of the purl>
against aid to the mothersof cpty.Ma.m/O_
Dwyer Electrologist, 107 W. Univ. Zone, and South America and
Ave.. Gainesville. Telephone i-K ig Enough to AccomodateRial showed slides illustrating tile mis- i illgitimate children is noted QaiItOlaxSPECIAL
.. 28039. ia the new policy. It provides that
sion work there.
JANIS CARTER ) Inough to Appreciate in cases referred to the Juvenile
e.w r: lAdv.l) I Those attending Ridgecrest Court where the court decides
WMU Week are Mrs. KTMeDran,
proper: custody belongs with the
Mrs. J. A. Griffin, and Mrs. C. A.
UNDERWATER parent and that the children are
MURDER : '_'. '; Knight. to be returned to their own home,
THRILLER! .'. tie children will continue to be / PRICE .' ,

IGw....t'Lfll; BEEF SALE Mrs. Corley Johns I eligible for aid

f luu Birthday HonoreeA All district welfare workers will

cI@\t'Y! \ inL t be directed to'make.a thorough. 76

group of friends and relatives review of all cases involving suitUie

U. S. GOVERNMENT GRADED GOOD gathered at the home of Mr. and : homes, the policy states. .

LORBIDLtN Mrs Corley Johns last Friday to each .. p
F Cut arid Wrapped For Your Freezer honor Mrs. Johns on her 70th WOODS FIRESRain

At No Extra Cost. birthday anniversary. ,
Among out of town guests who totaled 1-71 inches in the wftros or box spring

t enjoyed this birthday dinner county for the week ending Mon- t,*K dwhNsilleenmpa.
.m.rn.r1.l'w.M: d y..ii i "0:71 SIDE 55e FRONT 49C event with Mrs. Johns were Mrs. day night. Aug. 3. according to an with any J7330 tef led Kittrttitmesnrt
Cora Marlowe of South Bay, average of the ..records of the

Plus "Wise Quacker" Cartoon Mrs. Mildred Lathan of Pennsylvania three fire toners. f

Mrs. Dorothy Lee Smith The greatest amount, 1.45 inches r.
Thur., Fri. Aug. 13, 14 HINDQUARTER 66CWE and four daughters of Jasper, fell Friday. Saturday had .16 srtumuNONSAB .... 1.....

Mrs. Sallie Anthony Miss Ida inches and Sunday .1 inches withno EDGE ...., 7t:!.- ..
Sweat Miss Annie Sweat, and rain recorded for the other SO M fM.dN n.N tIaetw M IM.dr.
WILL ALSO CUT AND WRAP YOUR .is..wfrw.... ... W .
Mrs. Gennie Solano. days of the week. --. ka y lAaiYIrsary

OWN BEEF. There were no fires in the. ::.:0g:..flHtJae contort Yaml

HaistenBagwellAnnouncement county this week and the number' -.

lecorded since Jan. I, 1939 is 29 .

rN Niitl!i bbl r eo1it-i: .sitar BANNER FOOD STORENO. is being madeof as opposed to 93 for the same .
the marriage of Mrs. Dora Bag- period of 1958.

18 well to S. W. Haisten on July 28 Total acres burned since Jan. 1 HART FURNITURE COMPANY t
Plus "Bird Symphony" Car- in Folkston Ga. of.this year is listed by the Fire .

toon. Baldwin, Fla. Phone CO 6-4482 Mr. and Mrs. Haisten are residing Service as 164.6 acres avid for the STARKE. FLORIDA -...

at the Bagwell-, home...on ,U. same period last year 572.4 acres

S. 301, North. -r. were burned ____ ,

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* teGEJTOTIR BKADfOfcD TtLKGftAFB> ,' STARtt, FlOftlD' *. ._ .' THURSDAY. AUGUST, 1959

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Editorial I 'Farmer's Diary* LLTTERS Inspector H/rfed/ Council Sets Sights On New Well{ ;

40- For Storm Sewer

Job Hunters, Please Note By San McG&rrey EDITOR On Pratt StreetThe Accepts Terms.For Gas ConversionReynolds.

he had: to admit 'that it tasted .
Persons qualified for positions as stenographers good- 'Editor Telegraph:* storm sewer being laid in Smith and Hills city dents have complain that the

typists, and clerk-typists may be overlookinga S. Congratulations on the fine Packwood subdivision by Asphalt consulting engineers will be instructed clay topping will not support vegetation

chance for employment in this area. There's been some talk lately paper that.yOu have been putting Paving Co. Rill be inspected by by the city clerk, to draw and is unslightly.Agreed -

Since these positions with the Florida Improvement about trying to get a drainage in our m U.ocxes lately. It. doesa Frank R. Thchorn.: according to an up specifications for a new city to make the usual S'-IW

Commission were placed under the merit project started here in Bradford fine job of filling in local and agreement made Tuesday between well according to a decision made per month appropriation in the

County. We've talked about it on neighborhood news during this city council and the developer of t-y the Council Tuesday night next budget for the local Health

, system some time ago. the big surplus property the Soil Conservation Supervisors busy time of big things happening subdivision, Joe Warren. The work will not w done immediately Department-

operation at Camp Blanding cannot employ anyone board and so far the consenus is all_ over the world, and also at Tscnorn was employed by the but is part of the provisions Mark two parking meters in

in these categories unless their names are that if anything is done it shouldbe home. city to inspect the sanitary sewer for the growth 6T the city front of Judge t:. K. 1'errvman's

on the register of the Florida :Merit System in With the opening of the tobacco done on a county-wide basis.It You probably didn't realize it, extension line, now being installed and plans for keeping the- city office on Court St. for emergen.:
market last leaf
Tallahassee.F. had their "pay week day", and growers judging is generalIsagreed that it will but that picture of Don Bright north on Temple Ave., and the water supply adequate to meet the cies. in order to provide access for

serve no long range purpose if skiing,among the clouds is a gem- kit: station to be built for that growing need Size of the well infirm patientto the office of
B. Beard. of the Camp Blanding from all reports, the prices paid
That: background of clouds overhead Dr. Wells which will open soon
just a few ditches- are dug here area. Since expense of the subdivision was discussed by Council but was
surplus property operation, advises all persons were satisfactoryOnly: troublewas and there in the county. lot while : a racing motor boat in the roads will .be paid in part left up to the recommendation ot Erect "No Parking" sign on Xo

interested in jobs of this nature to write the our growers in this area had that might help a few at the foreground, backed by tree-lined by the city. both the council and the engineers. Cherry St. by the Guy Starling

Florida Merit System in Tallahassee and ask for only a fraction of a crop due to start it would)Tt last long and in shore in the distance. and a ski- Warren agreed that the work A letter received from \\hite home.

permission to take the examination. Otherwise the heavy spring. .rains. the meantime the persons whose fhod; human apparently bound for should be properly done and that I'eisel Engines who will convert Councilman J. D. Doyle, who T3:

r no matter how qualified they are, they'cannot be Speaking of planting, a numberof land was flooded as a result would contact with the stars. makes an Tschorn inspecting the work tke: municipal power plant to the on vacation did not attend the

hired to fill of these not appreciate it. apparently unbelievable picture. would assure a satisfactory job. use of natural gas. asked that the meeting, and Mayor W. T. Jackson
one positions.The growers in the LaCrosse section .
But the facts cannot be denied. also absent.
Another sewer matter broughtto city pay 90 per cent of the cost ot
.. surplus property operation employs 90 have been lined up to planta Right now there's a lot of water This old-time professional has the attention of Council con- materials upon delivery on or at-

people at Blanding with an annual payroll of volume of tall vegetables. We !Handing in ah the ditches and nothing but praise for the camera- cerned the line at Southside Elementary tw Oct. 1. City Clerk Carl Johns
understand the list includes
more than $275,000. In an operation of this size, beans green bavs all over the county and if man who caught this rare com- School, now under con- was instructed to write the company ,
squash and eggplant. COJACSUMMER
it i is natural that vacancies will occur 'from time Some of the growers have already by any chance we should get bination of circumstances and ruction. M. McMillan informed accepting those terms in _
some hurricane rains this is pressed the shutter release at exactly Council that road foreman S.
tb go-
time. It would be convenient for all
more con- started seedbeds for eggplant. spite of the fact that the revenue
Jrg: to be a mighty wet country. the right moment.J. R. Hicks had struck waterbearing COLD
cerned if these could be filled by local people and Tullh fconds have not been sold the city
sand at the level specified forth
this also We hear from Wainwright went ahead with conversion plans
would benefit the of the Truby
economy The lakes are almost all full, Keystone Heights. Fla. (' line. In conference with engineers en the assurance of fiscal
that he is harvesting a WEjfc
With the large number of adults who have been and those that aren't are still I Editors note: We appreciatethe from the consulting; firm that was J
good of apple-pears. The conversion financially
crop lis-Jng.i ; Brooklyn lake. for instance.is kind words. The "cameraman" Reynolds Smith Hills.
taking typing, shorthand, and allied subjects in fruit looks like and tastes and Mc- sound and could pay for itself .
a pear a sight to behond these days, wha took the picture of Don Millan said both agree that rais- OOtof
night classes provided in Starke in recent years liKe an apple, and we wonder that within three years.A .
when we remember how low it Bri_ht was our "camerawoman" ing the specified depth five feet 66
there should be a plentiful supply of persons more aren't planted in the county. petition for a change in zoning -
was not long ago. Alice; McGarvey. who took to ato.it would eliminate costly and time- / RELIEF
qualif ed tb fill the positions offered from time S. made by Ben C. Holtzen : herself to get it.l] consuming foundation needed
t6 time at Camp Blanding. The suggestion that We v-e been quite upset on a on property in the western sec-
These steady rains we've been when pipe is laid in such soil.
number of occasions when we've t.on of town was referrt: lo city
these persons complete their eligibility by plac- been stuck out in front of our having have really made the grass "It will in no way alter the efficiency attorney A. J. Thomas Jr for

ing themselves on the Merit System register grow and Sam is about "wore out" of the school sewer." Mc-
place because of the fourlaningjob rountine advertising. The first
seems a good one. trying to keep up with it. By the ihllan. assured the Council. The
going on. But while on the ftpp in the change was nfade.. when
\\'ey.'ho ever called the "sling- only difference he said. was that
to Starke we noticed that Holtzenrtorf obtained to
way : signatures
Lazy:: Dan? 4a in years to come perhaps 25 if MONEY
practically everyone along the MEN his petition from adjacent land- ,
Watch Your PointsThe highway has the same problem.The SERVICE .the undeveloped land beyond the ownprs. The petition, then ;
Do; Days are with us how Ewe school becomes heavily populated was
contractor he's even ,
says understand! and the only troubleis t << ". i i a lift station may be required.The ppproved by the Board of adtL"'tmpnts -
new point evaluation system, governing more upset about it than we are, \
; and now must havea
we don't know if it -
rained on master sewer plan which includes
drivers on Florida highways, was designed not but that doesn't help us a bit the first day Or not. Tradition is Robert N. Beers chief sonar- a long-term plan for the public hearing date srt. The / FOR '

only! to take bad drivers off Florida's streets and when we're trying to get out to rmn. USN, son of Mrs. Marie 210 feet frontage onV.. Madisonis
that if it flid. well have rain every system, originally called for sucha
go to work.Like Beers of Starke is serving aboardone already zoned business and
highways, but also to further enable the Department day for 40 days. lift station but by replanning it
of the Navy's newest escort Holtzendorf asks that the 420
of Public Safety to improve the attitude of eliminated, McMillan pointedout.
the wayward driver before he reaches the sus- this past week when Alice Ever think of raising rabbits for vessels the in USS Claude _Jones, He also said that if the seweris foot depth, which is now residential. ISC HOOL, L Li
her I
eol stuck while on h-r way to engaged initial shakedown '1>e rezoned to business. His
a living? We met rabbit rancher laid at the shallower the
pension stage. The aim is to create better driver The.Telegrapn. However, she vas a training cruise in the, North depth
onptfnal;: plan included a trailer
who is quite enthusiastic about work can be finished in time for
attitudes with the hoped-for results being fewer lucky, for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Atlantic. pack on the property.
the business. He says the does} school opening, but otherwise it
accidents, injuries, and deaths. McCarthy of Heilbronn saw her. '' In other business the Council:
have four Matthew
... a year gestation C. Howard. gunner's could not.
The new law authorizes suspension of drivers' and they helped her get our old period if only 30 days and you mate 3-c, USN, son of Mr. and Agreed to a request from Coach CLOTHES
licenses for periods ranging from one month to that Chevy restore moving again.faith People in the can start with a few and before M-s.: Thomas M. Howard of Route Accidents Reported Leonard Reg:ter to put 6 to 8
your loads
of fill dfrt BHS football
3 oU know you'll be kneedeep in 2. Starke., is aboard the
one conviction of traffic law violationsin
year upon helpfulness of other people. On US 301
Minimum rabbits! attack transport USS Calvert. The field.Also
eight categories. sus-
S. to soil ,
recently put top over a sewer -A"Folks -
ship returned to San
pension under the act will be for a one-month Had a nice visit and a good Problem for Sheriffs OfficeThe line laid on I;. Call St. when the / /
mathematicians: Diego. canr. after a twoweekcruise ,
period, where a driver has accumulated a total W.farm C.dinner Ward with and their Mr. and soninlawand Mrs- "A" can plow a field in two to Acapulco Mexico for orientation Sheriff's office reports two soil and Tabor is availanle. Kesi- 1

of twelve points in a one-year period. Higher daughter. Freddie and Mae hours: "B" can plow the field in and training. accidents taking place on U. S.

penalties include three months suspension for Watterson. Sam gobbled up some three hours. How long will it takeif Army Specialist-4 Edgar Bea- 301 on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Bishop And Graham LOANS S

eighteen points accumulated in any eighteen- tripe before he knew what it was" they both plow it at the same sley, whbse wife, Carolyn lives at Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding
month period and suspension for ( said that a piece of heavy road Plug CampTourFor
a one-year first time he'd ever tasted itl] and time! Raiford, 4s a member of the 1st

drivers who accumulate twenty-four points during Ctlvary Division the only U. S. equipment, a motor scraper ran 'Togetherness'With r
into the side of a 1957 Ford
a three-year period. division presently manning a front
Bradford OOunty Health driven Mrs. W. L. Mobley of .EIPTO
Point values range from two to six, with the Out Council, newly formed in 1934with line against an armed and ready Starke the was enterIng a combined total mileage
as scraper
than 15.000 miles to their
agressor in Korea. A more
maximum number being given for leaving the Mrs. Edward survey
: Burns as chair- : 301 with a load of dirt. The
specialist in Battery C of thedivision's credit H. A. 'Buddy Bishop' Jr. I
of accident and unlawful speed resultingin man appeared before
scene Ford total loss.
20th Artillery, Beasley was a and W H. f Bin> Graham told
and passinga ) Commissioners and City Council and her two
an accident. Reckless driving, to request entered the Army in Feb. 1958. Mrs. Mobley 37. fellow Rotarians Wednesday about I $6.00

stopped school bus each bring a four-point pen- ;swamp drainage of Santa Fe and has been in the Far East daughters sustained minor cuts their cross-country camp-out "safari" '

alty; unlawful speeding is three points, as are all PastE')1 mosquito near breeding.Theressa to prevent since August of that year. and bruises; Mrs. Elsie Weber, 64. from Starke to Los Angelesand .
suffered -
in the Ford.
other "moving" violations, including parking on I. aho a passenger back. '
twisted arm and shoulder. '
pavement outside of municipalities. Any "mov- The Strawberry Nine (Starke Starkites Praised f The a driver of the scraper. Bishop and Graham. Bccomoant-'' *

' ing" violation resulting in a collision can range baseball teaml J hung up two( more For 'Good Deeds Franklin E. Berfield of Lloyd. Fla. ed by their wives and chi:::ren.

',from four to six points. victories i in July 1934, in defeating was hot injured. The scraper lift) Stark early in July on a Find UsFriendly"
Fourteen Starkites with a desire Daylight in a S tour That hit such high spots as
Convictions on improper equipment (brakes, to further their business education double-header. Mayor W. T. Jackson has received owned by the Cox Engineeringand h din infd 1\pxil'o. las Vegas. Petrified -

lights, steering) will result in two points being met.25 years ago at the IT yyy.- .YY rIm7RVwymi" the following letter which Construction Co. of Monti- Forest. Grand Canyon, ana

assessed against the driver. home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Car indicates once again that Starke celo. had a damaged front end. Disneyland.

penter. In the group were T. T. lives! up to its motto-"A Really The accident happened about Bishop said that Graham who
Points accruing during the first twelve months Friendly Town. two and one half miles north of LOCAL FINANCE
Long Herbert Ritch, Sinclair owed before leaving that he and
will count at full value, but for those drivers who Eau Gallic Fla. Starke. No charges were 'fllE'd.
Peek Morris Jackson, R. L. his family were going; to out
take heed and drive carefully, their points 'Accumulated ''Thomas By' Mrt. Harvey McCarthy Dear Mayor Jackson: Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Hamilton
Glen E. Wood, Holcomb every night of the trip finally
will count on1at half value during It is with deepest gratitude to reported that the brakes of a COMPANY
Overstreet, G. S. Chambers, Margiy 'AA t. UyUaW WE1ElEi when veakened and spent" a night in a
the next two years provided that no further Colley. J. D. Griff. Bill the people of Starke and surrounding remi-truck and trailer failed motel after reaching California.
Howdy Folks il attempted to slow up for a log
hope communities
that this
violations are reported. Wairtwnght, Mary Pearce, Vera you The speakers rrconnnrntiel a 116 X
been Lumfrpr
able to attend the big Ke_ letter is written. truck to turn in at Thomas

From now on it looks as if most of us will be Gainey: and .Lester. Austin. viral at Heilbronn Church this On July 10 it was our misfor- Co. six miles, south of Starke. vacation of this kind to men of (2 Doors From Post Office)

counting our driving points just as arduously as week. It will continue through June to have an automobile accident The driver of the run-way strong constitutions "as the most
The county's 17 school buses wonderful wSV in the world to -
we do our food calories. Sunday evening instead of Satur- in your city but the kindness track, Carl Brown of Jacksonville get PHONES

Tire being put in repair 25 years day as previously announced.. We .. thoughtfulness. and helping ran into the ditch to avoid hitting close to your family"'Yes. \\.O -1-0101 and WO 4-0111 I
at "
ago a cost of $1.000, accordingto of cement added! Graham. it
load really
truck. His
the log
are thankful for the visitors hand of everyone with whom
No Bonus For IllegitimacyIf Griffls-announcement by Supt. A. J. from our neighboring many churches came in contact has indeed touched we- and wire left the truck and. landd i is!' close tryinj"to sleep six in a Mrs.. Marguerite Hall, 5Igr.I .

999 and win be looking forward to ,our hearts. ( on the railroad track which station wagon. -- -'- ,.-'--- _L

Florida's new "suitable home" law is strictly Apparently red bit meeting you and your family, too. We should tike to mention, in runs by the sawmill. h _. -'-"-' ,
bugs just as -
enforced it should go a long way toward removing hard and often in 1934 as they do Remember SongSemce at 7:30 rarticular, Mr. Clyde Terwillegar .

the bearing of illegitimate children from the today. The Telegraph] offered this with choriSter Russell Redding of Terwillegar Motors, who loan-

and the talented Mrs. Lamar Reddish ed us a car to use for a week
status commercial it threat- advice in the
of a enterprise, as anti-redbug campaign -
at the until total loss, could
piano. Preaching at ours a be
ened to become in recent : : "Wear leather leggings or.gh.top
years. i ; shoes." Dusting the
Under: provisions of the Aid to Dependent Chil- and underwear with sulphur or Sapp of Oneonta. Alabama delivering Whispering Pines Motel l: and

dren program, a mother who could qualify would an application of coal oil to outer the evening messages.Our Mr. Wally Muhlhofer of Keystone

receive $40 per month for herself and her first clothing was promised to give a Pastor, Rev. Otis T. Jones Heights who were especially try to $AV I. fr

illegitimate child, $20 additional for the secohd rrgh degree of protection. and all our members extend a helpful during our time of need;

'S. welcome to each of you at this pr, Christoffers and the entire
illegitimate, and another $20 for the third, for a
revival and to worship with us staff of Bradford County Hospital all the time! III
Lawtey School
a maximum of $86 per month in ADC. opened July 9, '
1934 with the at the appointed times on Sun- whose expert and gentle care 4 :

That abuses were widespread under this setp W. L. Beacon following principal;teachers Mrs t):. days and for mid-week prayer brought comfort to an of us.

goes without saying. Doubltess the knowldge L. Blackburn: Mrs. fear Schumann meetings. We want you and need Being strangers!, in your town .. f .; .

that their illegitimate children would berovided ; Mrs. Ruby Perkins Mrs. L. you.Mrs. we!! do not know your motto but a.'a. +,

Tate Crosby and Mrs. Anne may we suggest. "The City withA
for server! as an incentive to promiscuitymong H. Hill. Mrs. Melvin Futch. Miss Sw
Lucille Kelly visited with Mrs. Crosby's Heart" or The City of True _
certain segment The Plummer.
a of our population. Miss Madeline w
son. William Monday even- Friendship.' which we feel would ,
figures speak for themselves. A staggering 40 Hazeh, and Mrs. W. L. Beacon.
irg of this wepk. William is ill in indeed be appropriate. .y. .
fcer cent of Negro births in Bradford County last Lawtey School opened early in
those the Veteran's Hospital in Lake Our humble thanks and sincere w
days so children would be :. ;
year were illegitimate, while only one per cent flee to pick strawberries in the City May we pray in his be-half. appreciation to each of you. ,

of white births were in this classification. In his spring. Others on the sick list this week Sincerely.John .. 1f- ,..

not recent news letter Congressman Billy Matthews include Mrs Carrie Norman and and Avis Butler / 1" 0'T

Carl, Hilllard. Mr. Milliard was reported arid five sons. / .
reports similar yumstances. in Washing- City Council ordered a sanitary !
Ion D. C. Of the 3,844 illegitimate births in very ill in a Jacksonville \J1. a,
survey of Starke in July 1934 and hospital. Pray for these and our CARD OF ThANKS t.

Vashington during 1957, 3,394 were non-white appointed. M. Edwards O. L. people everywhere.Miss --

'(mostly Negro) and 450 white. Bt-asley, and T. N. Kendrick on Marilyn Cox visited in We wish to thank each and
the every one of our friends for their
Under the new "suitable home" law passed by committee. Reports were madeto Gainesville the first of this week. Think "thrift" constantly.I .
Dr. E. L. Biggs county health kind expressions of sympathy in t .'
the 1959 Legislature, homes'where one or more officer. Mr. and Mrs. Silvers of. Jacksonville wot da and beautiful flowers rend- .

illegitimate births have occurred since the grantIng .5. visited the, R. Morgan ered us in behalf of our father'sdeath. Bank savings regularly .

of assistance will be included in the definition Attending the family Monday of this week. May God's richest, eS8Jip your .
Baptist Assemblyat Weekend--guests of Mr. and !Mrt.
of "unsuitable home" and will not be be bestowed on each of .
an ..
Deland 25 you '
years ago were: Rev. R. L. iBilll Reddish and son. -, MAKE FINANCIAL PROGRESS RAPIDLY :
eligible for ADC. and Mrs. lz our prayer The children of B.
C. B. Price
Ethel Moore, Keith: was their niece, Miss San- ..
If properly enforced,. this new law should prove Pauline Priest. Frances Herniasway dra Canhkhaei of Jacksonville. K Renfroe: Mrs. R. J. Turner Sr., .... ., .

ft strong deterrent to commercialized illegitimacy, Clarice Gill, Mrs. R. A. My nephew, Johnny Mac Weldon Mrs.. D. Ragon, Mrs. Mildred Winter WTU WELCOME YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT FILE.FLORIDA. '

Thomas Everett Renfroe. .
and Hugh
and the ADC program will be returned to proper .Waters. of Tallahassee visited us Mon- ... .
day afternoon of thIS week.
'j>erspecti"e.j .
Vacation Bible School. sponsored Miss Faye Morgan of Jacksonville visited"
they Rev- and Mrs. Sam
by Baptist. Methodist and spent the--weekend with her "
Watson in
Waycross, Ga.. Rev.
Presbyterian Churches jointly in uncle, and aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. Sam Watson is a former pastorof

1934 closed with a peak attendance L. Morgan and daughters, Joyce
Of 105. Teachers included: and Judy.
8T.tnt' Wen news is short this week so
ate Struth. Martha Brownlee Mr. and Mrs- Gene Kelly and ,
gueSs 111 close and let you read .
Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. L:. K.Ferryman. children of ZephyrhiUs visited \ .
8 FLOB.IDA.8 the, rest of the paper. May God
r Frances Hemingway. several days last week with Gene's
FCBLIUHED COXTIKOCBLT forever bless, you an4 yours.bye-
.Kitty Hogsed. Dorothy White mother. "M 's.. Annie Kelly now. '_ _
VMD1ik: 'THE IAMB MASTHEAD.r Mona Alderman. Bunny Canova Mrs. R. L. Morgan and daugh-

.hll.l.4 Earl TIM. aid Emtrttt a, feaa{.{!*.. <.*** tat Ethel Moore Hugh Waters. Mrs. ters. Joyce acid Judy have returned Clean Oni ol 28 6uU( of the Florida National Group ilember Federal Deport Insurance
the P..l Offlr at Stark. r... aN*t let .( .... .. 1919. A, E. Wall. Mrv George" Anderson. -from a trip, to aJif tnt WANTED C tt.aJfo' Zap Carp.

N-JXjyainwright Jr., and ;They, report having a wonderful > Pants .1i Shirts jHpsfc Be "' <

I Ruth Courtney. _._ vacation. While returning home Clean. Bradford County %*-





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I of the cover absorbs sunlight and } Totals ... decent Birth 011 i,;,Tuesday.. for the purpose Sepurn o:r elc*...iag A the(1
Board Approves Experimental\ Fund helps maintain a more constant Rain MAN HITS MAYOR County Growers I foUotring1 orflrot MI:

level for soil temperature and Mr. and Mrs. James Starling o.I I ()NF MAYOR FOR TWO YEARS

moisture.:: It also cuts down on (THAT'S NEWS) Starke a son, James Alton, born OVE CITY TLERK TREASURER
For PlashcBerry-mulch Material evaporation of moisture, and I 55 Inches Plot To Increase July 28 at Doctors Hospital. L :'-rott. FOR TWO TEARS

helps control weeds. Yon ran bet !It was! an "acci TWO").VE YEARS.CHIEF OF POLICE FOR

Commission Chairman Harold dent" then Andrew Allen Negro HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH OROrP IV &XE ALDERMAN

Bradford County Commissioners ., County last year. Norman said that his father Leon In Seven MonthsJuly's ran into another car Sat- Strawberry Yields FOR TWO YEARS
't Paul W. Murray, pastor. Seven GKOIT V ONE ALDERMAN.
Monday approved the expenditure The mulch is a paper-thin Norman had used the plastic on urday near the K & J garageon I .\'I K TWO YEARS.'NSPECTORS .
rules south of 100.
Starke S. R.
pf a small sum for County sheet of plastic, black on one side his berry plants in Dade County U. S. 301 South. : FOR SAID ELECTION -
1 Sunday School. iO ajn.; Wor-! ,
\' Agent G. T. Huggins to carry on and gray on the other. It fits and was well pleased with results total of 7.53 inches of Certainly is was! an accident, Bradford County strawbem CHARLES HARDY
I ilip eenrice, 11 ajn.: Training
f'Cperiments i with a plastic mulch snugly aiound each plant and i last season.: rain (the average recor&d:! at btcaownobody would run into f growers are finding ways to Increase Jnlon ERNESTINE DENMARK
pjn.; Evening worship, opjn. HALL
that might, some day, replace the prevents berries from coming in- I Huggins said that the average four measuring stations in the the Mayor on purpose especially production and yield of the II ItA NONE i

) {ime-honored grass and pine strawmulch to contact with the earth, and yield of strawberry plants in county brought the total for since His Honor is also county's perennial best money Wednesday Prayer meeting, JOHN GODWIN
that has heretofore been lotting. Bradford County is 75 crates to Bradford County to 55.08 inches judge of the municipal court! maker. 1:30 pjn.Lxeryone. I: PE<70Y SHAL.LERALBERT FOSTER

: uspd by strawberry growers. Huggins said the plastic mulch the acre, while the Dade County during the first seven mon 1s Of In spite of the unhappy circumstances. Growers are fumigating the soil welcome. MR" I.. C SMITH

Hugging. told the Commissioners I would be less costly than the labor average is 100 crates. On a demonstration the year. This figure is equal. to Allen didn't fare on which they grow berries in order I IX HERKfNTO TESTIMONY srBSCRIBB WHEREOF MY

that the new type mulch has involved in gathering and I plot at the experiment the total rainfall recorded here too badly ho\ve\er. Pleading; to rid it of sting nematodes I XUtEXV CAl'SE THE SEAL OF
'I station, 35 guilty to a charge of reckless THE SAID TOWN TO BE BEREt -
using only plants on
in normal" 12-month
a period. thf
which be
the cannot seen by
undergone the
successful tests c.t spreading xnd-type grass I I, William T Jackson. Mayor of t T') AFFINED THIS :1 DAY OFJCLY.
) University of Florida Experiment mulch! and said that experiments I I plastic mulching, yields as high The New River fire tower sta- : driving by following too dosely naked eye but attack the root sty of Starle, Florida by irtue A. D. 1959.

Station and was also used sue- show it will also increase production II I as 400 crates per acre were reported tion led in July with a total of his $27 fine was suspendedafter syf the do authority hereby rail rr"an t 'l Election In m* by to WILLIAM,OFFICIAL T.S=E JACKSON\I.> MAYORATTgST

t ccsfully by berry growers in Dade since the black surface Huggins said. 11.30 inches recorded. Santa Fe the judge' learned that he Nematodes were so bad in 1957 be held at the Fire Station in the
.. I I Listing the plastic advantages tower was second with 8.20 inches, had been "accident free" for that something had to be done, ,for<>said Town by Qualified \oters CARL JOHNS. CITY CLERK 9IALVAREZ'

:as clean berries, freedom from and Louis Hilt tower third with 't the past ten years. said County Agent George Hug- IS 5t

r weeds, and a decrease in labor inches. Starke was comparatively gins. One farmer found over 500 Men's Clothing

costs Huggins said that fertilizer dry in July, with only 3.63 inches nematodes on a single plant. I STORE II

: was put out only once in recorded by the Hercules PowderCo. Board 'Unhappy "It has been proved beyond a Established 1894 III!
heavier: amounts and no hoeing
I Q v gauge. shadow of a doubt that soil fumigation -
t was required alter the mulch was
'aid. Plants are inserted through New River soared inter""the lead Over New Fees ;; does more than anythingelse xx71+
after a cat-anCMtogs downpourthat to improve the quality of ber-
The county agent ne want-
\ dumped 4.2 inches on the For ProsecutorCounty ries," Huggins said. And it costs
holes! cut in the material.
area in a two-hour period toe- only about $25 an acre- More and C
ed to experiment with the plastic t
I tween 5 and 7 p.m. last Friday. more berry growers are beginningto
before advising farmers to make Attorney
4 Prosecuting
The fumigate, including Leaton
rain was accompanied by
the change A, J. Thomas Jr. is due an unexpected -i
Morgan and O. C tOssiel Cason.
The Commission! granted his gusts of wind that almost reached $251.50 in fees from es-
storm who has grown strawberries for
f request for $25 to purchase 1,000 proportions.May treated bonds during July, Brad-
ss 50 and lost on
years never money asv
feet of the four-foot wide plasticto still qualifies as the wet ford County Commissioners: learned -. them-

ff be used on demonstration test month so far this year, with to their surprise at Monday's
f The fumigant is a chemical
plots. an of 13.73 inches recorded r.i
average regular meeting.
I the most popular of which is
I .? } ;f.= "i'i.:1
M \ Another request of the county at four stations in the county. Under prpvisions of the new known as D. D. There are others
: J agent, funds for booth at the March was second! wettest with I
a ,law passed: : at the 1959 Legislative
: the last time you like nemagon vapam and mylone-
Whe.was 11.16 inches '
Jacksonville Industrial"IJair, will ; July third with
f 1 session Florida counties must pay Tnere is a weed control advantagewith
be met out of available funds, 7.53. Averages recorded in other
their prosecuting attorneys 10 per
? the last two. D. D. should be
Checked y property Insura NCB the Commission decided. A reQuest months of 1959 were February I'cent of each cash bond estreated applied two or three weeks before

for funds to finance dinner 5.98 April 5.42, June 5.23, Jan- I and 10 per cent of each bail or plants are set; the other chemi- Will' your car start

i t Does your policy cover the present value of your. meetings of growers was turned uary 4.98. 'surety bond estreated or collected, cals require different periods.

down as not a legal expenditure. Area-wise, Louis Hill tower provided; that the amount is not
make beginning
Don't take a chance you I Berry growers are tomorrow morning ?
I home? ,
e Highland still holds the record larger than the conviction fee $51 I this year to experiment with grow-
have the protection you need. Call us now_for-.a) Brooklyn Lake for rain fn tHe county during i would be. ing berries on top of a layer of

I 1959 with a total of }..I5.Inches. The law which went Into effect instead of the old
I checkup. I plastic grass that bad
insurance when
I [ Before you say yes, think it was you your
complete Up 73.77 Feet recorded. New River tower is a June 18. also provides that if the mulching. The plastic is simply hot check.
''t close second with 58.25; Santa Fe defendant is arrested tried, and laid on the ground and the plantsset

Over Mark is in third place with 54.SKwhile); convicted the prosecuting attorney through it. Thus the farmer; And give a thought to the age of the battery ilselL
I Harold C. Wall Agency Starke trails with 48.61. shall receive only the amount, has no worry of weeds or his berries i Il'g hard to be certain isn't it? But if not hard to Mop

if any, by which the convictionfee rotting on the ground. This by our Cities Service station and find out for corf abt
The water level in BrooiUyn Fair Planning exceeds the amount payable could be a real work saver. condition of battery.
i 200 E. Call Street Dial WO 4. 801 Lake is now 13.77 feet above the on ,.the entreated bond. I Growing berries through plasticis your
I Z low mark recprded over two Gets Under WayThe In And it's good to know that if -
still the experimental stage
Compwy Group Clerk Charles Darby told the
fU) HsttiordF'eIn, wissnce. "Coon" Wilson Who should need a replace
i years ago. board the law would double fees however, says County Agent Hug-i yon
i checks the lake level for tne U. first meeting for the purpose paid to the county attorney, since I fins. Demonstrations are being went we have the best..the

I S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, of getting all committees organized most bonds are estreated. On 'the :|cld at different locations over Cities Service dry-charged

says the water level is practically for the forthcoming basis of July fees due Thomas under tha county; farmers can contact : Tri-Fill Battery. The dry.

"back to normal." Bradford County Fair was held the new law, the yearly in Huggins to find out when. A few charged Tri-Fill needs water

HeyKiddies ATTENTION Wilson said that approximately Thursday night, July 30, in the crease would be more than 3000. farmers are already experimenting only-three times a year in

r --- 12 million gallons of water per I I Legion hall. This money previously went into with the piocess- Leaton Morgan normal use and lasts up to

\i I day leaves Magnolia Lake, through Post 56 Commander Seeber,; the: county's Fine and Forfeiture is trying four rows of berries ion longer.
Alligator Canal and Cat an estimated Gcodman, who is chairman of the F.rad- plastic this year.
lu million gallons pour: Fair group made the following
I The commissioners critical ._ '
were tomorrow. And have a look -
into Brooklyn daily through the assignments Grounds Chairman -
MERCHANTS AND SEE A : ot the new law on the grounds Midget Leaguers at our dry-charged Tri-Fiil t
channel. The remainder is lost T. C. Hazen Jr.; Exhibits, George. that it provides payment of funds
through seepage and evaporation. Hoggins, M. B. Jordan. Miss "without a service being rendered. Will Take Swim battery, too. -l-
FREE SHOW This overflow from Dorothy Ross L. H.
Magnolia and Mrs. ." The county prosecutor defends And Eat Hot Dogs
plus the 50 or more inches of rain Gibson; Finance Chairman Ken-
cases only when the accused
AT THE that has fallen in the area since neth Grider; Security and Police. appears for a hearing or trial. Midget League players will be SILCOX
Jan. 1 has caused BrooKlyn to re- Harry Rabb. ,
Saturday by
It was emphasized that the cri- treaty to a party :
t 1l. During a peno of below The committees will meet several ticism was. not' directed at Thomas -I'the Jaycees;; who' 'sponsored'them:

: FLORIDA THEATRE normal rainfall for several years times this month, and a'joint who: the Clerk said, had no Parents are asked to bring the I
prior to 1958 the lake level drop. committee meeting will be held knowledge{ of the bill until after boys to Pratt St. diamond at 1:30 CITIES (@) SERVICE

ped almost 20 feet causing sandbars late in Auguest for a report and the Legislature adjourned.The p. m. wtih their washed uniforms

I EACH SATURDAY ---10:30 A.M. to appear and divide< the further planning for the Fair to prosecutor will still receive if possible. The Jaycees' will then -
'big lake into a series of small I b? held the week of Oct. 19. take the boys to KIngsley.Lakefor 705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
13 in the past, his $25 per month
ponds. I "We appreciate the help of a swimming party and a hot
retainer fee and $5 for each con-
Simmons Both Drugs Crawford Bros. Gulf Service everyone in the past, and hope,.viction. do! supper. The boys will be .. '
tHat you will continue to support returned to Pratt St. at 6:30. tJ.
I des Electric Sen lee Williams Jewelers Mr._ America i StarsIn the Fair activities," Commander !'
Leslie plans to establish sod-
'Hercules' Role Gcodman said. "We hope to have St. Edward's Catholic Church
Terwillefar Motors BarkxIaleS Dept. Store based crop rotation, using Pensa- when it says
,many fine exhibits and an enjoyable Starke Florida Even
At Florida SundayThe cola Bahia grass as the sod cropn
t d J Building Supplies Local Finance Co. of Starke midway. '
: his rotation- Wray J. Finn of Sunday Mass at 10 a. m # "-
"Please help those who call on
Denmark Furniture Co. Slide Gas Company legendary hero Hercules, Is in order that we might have Lawtey has requested a plan and Holyday Masses U 8:30: a. m. & ;
the exciting subject of a new film you his land lines have been located 5:30 p. m.Weekday. V Wear .
i better Fair this year,
showing at the Florida Theatre :and a request made for a Soil and / Mass at 8:00: a. m. Wash
man, requested. '
.. Sunday and Monday with, Steve Capability map. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8

Reeves in the title role. I I'I'The- district's equipment is 0. m. I ,-
Among the many fantastic incidents keeping busy now that the weather Baptisms, marriages and< 10-'
"brought to life in "Her- has faired off a little. Some of structions by appointment. 'I depend on my
Mechanical Service
Expert cules" are the hero's exploits in the folks making a good use of it
; strangling the raging Wemean ; l lately are: J. S. Eunice. A. D.
lien; the killing of the Cretan bull; Dobbs, and L. O. Hazen, fertilizer grain drill; Bob PattIW.y d !r SANITONE

1 BUICK AUTOMOBILES and his fabulous voyage to the SOI SWOT spreader: Wade Gaskins and D- Chopper; and J.. 'O. Bass Jr. and !

wild island where a savage dragon '- R. Redding, seeder cultipacker; Leaton Morgan Jr., rotocycle DRY CLEANER

TRUCKS and -- TRACTORS guards the priceless Golden Fleece. Bad Moen h. and Lynn Hamilton mower. t asle'I T I' !; "
Soil Conservation
Steeve Reeves, who portrays ..< '-. .' 1. > I .
Hercules on the screen, has won N-E-W-S when

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER every international award for By BID Haas you ned1UABLE

masculine beauty and physique,
Soil Conservation Service I
including the titles ".\
ica, Mr. World and Mr. Universe. Soil and Capability maps were' GAS SERVICETHINK

prepared for J. M. Dyefand L. c.. : ..
Cadillac Authorized Service i sapp. They will be used as a-i i Y -R .Till
WHY PAY RENT?! basis for a complete soil and water1 I] OF SCAlE GAS '1.a

conservation farm plan for their I r!
I FACTORY TRAINED )Jfi WILL BUILD HOME# placesA request has also been + I

MECHANIC\ -.- ON YOUR LOT' received from Ralph Gainey .* TAhHS.FfRQM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

whose farm is located on Griffis
SKILLED EFFICIENT BEST SERVICE No Down Payment Loop. Ralph is interested in a fishpond i! PHONE WO 4-3551 .

II ALL ?MAKES OF CARS AND TRACTORS TONEY HOME BUILDERS,' and already has a "bairopit -'- '" .. 6' .

Inc. which he plans to use as a -. "
start in this direction. The Soil MANAGER I ,

GREEN BUICK COMPANY Contact RAY FORTH Conservation Service furnishedhim LOCAL. '-' FOR. When I send my wash V wear things to my..

PHONE 4123 with two booklets. "Managing lanitone Dry Cleaner I know they will come.

225 Temple A,.e. Pho. WO 4-6491 Starke Farm Fishponds for Bass and jack looking like new. I'm never so sure of my
Fla. Bluegills" and "Make You Fish
Keystone Heights,
Pond Safe." These, booklets are Jim. Walter Corp. own efforts. Stubborn spots, perspiration

--- ,------- -- stains and embedded dirt which
others win
-----' available for and help t even particles

you in your fish pond ,manage- cause wear are gone. And Sanitone's Style-

t ment. The SCS also provides construction free "World" Largest Home Builders"WILL Set Finish restores the like-new finish to
"NUS n nira technical assistance in -
of new ponds or improving existing fabrics.
t \. :
ponds. It's convenient to call for Sanitone service.
I. 2 gDJyur Nl er BE IN STARKEiilcif '
1 N e wwtowl A complete coil and water con- I don't have to spend my valuable time or

servation farm plan was preparedfor THURSDAY crowd my home with clothes dripping dry.
Edd Durban of L W eJ.. He ,is
1 1 r planning to put in Pensacola Ba-
1 1 I 1 ,, ,
t C CI hJa grass for his pastures, and Is .. /

s. 'also using Common and Argentina, tirI f!

Bahia' for pasture< grasses. He r STARKE HARDWARE. CO. }it<<4

likes the large leaves that. they 4 ; -

4SUQE OUT SNElVES I14riTr pfoduce.Watch for the- Soil Conservation> ; 12:30 P.M.: TO $:QO P.M. .. FOR SANITONE DRY CLEANING

: postage stamp to be formally released

in August as a 'tribute to ForAppo4menb Call

: farmers, ranchers,I local SCS, and
2g0 agricultural workers who have JACKSONVILLE. EV 7-1141 Collector'STARKE

c helped makp the U. S. a world .. I

leader in soil C nservation. ,. WO 4-5311

Earl H. Bowers of Graham used .,. ".' I -

_1 the district rotocycle. mower to i "tff a A Quality{ jon{s .
MOENCH APPLIANCES control: undesirable plants in his i :
permanent pastures. New is the It'* A Jim Wplterffoirt. *
_I time to mole weeds, before they *
220 E. Starke Fla. I STARKE
Washington produce seeds.Complete t OTHER. OFFICES:

plans were prepared for Leslie

Whitehead and Guy: .Andrews. I I

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:For Ag Post the '59 session. the Florida League j|Garden Nine V .t ,. :' ? } -;.., ., VV -1 Guards Leave MAYOR'S COURT Old Drive-in Site

named Conneras
of Municipalities Suslow
Bought By
.i >" .f ."J.f. $' ; .. taxi drrter. lost hisdriver's
one of three: Representativeswho ;: V : .>c : V ; Vi .'VV A.M. Ellis Rosier.
Takes Title : V V* V V VVhJ.V V V license for three months And Kopelousos
ably foUght for urban renewal ,V VV

Writer Sees to wipe out city slums. ,For Ft. Stewart anrt was fined $102.50 or 20 days I
: ii In Softball V V when found guilty in Mayor's Sale of the drive-in theatre
"Along with being a farmer !
4 V V V k V Court Monday of driving while property on SR 230 (East Call

: Conner and cattleman. Conner has gencr-J' Approximately 175 enlisted men intoxicated. Street) to Ben (ISarpel) Suslow
Among Starke Garden Restaurant walked off
insurance agencies in j of : a't' officers of the two local National Other cases handled were: and John Koprlousos was recordedin
and Miami. j'with two trophies at the close
; Guard companies will leaveat Willie Mitchell public Intoxication the courthouse: this week.
th*' softball season luevay night. <
"Hancock who will be 42 on 7:30 a. m- Sunday for the an-
wins and no $27.50 bond forfeited. The approximate sen'nacreI
: 'Sure Starters'In With a recori of 15
July 27, also has been active in''losses in regular scheduled play. ':. ... '.-\0.. ., nual summer field training period Willie Mitchell. disorderly conduct I tract was purchased from Martin

.V organized agricultural activities.!I'Garden also emerged winner in io;.:;..,.".! .'.,-:' ';.: ::' V t .Joo 1 1t at Fort Stewart, tia. I by use!: of profane language.i Theatres of Columbus. Ga for

He has held such positions as' the play-offs with two wins and -.. :': ';: -i., V V .t -, I"V Capt. Randa! F. Chilly commander $10.000. With 416 feet on SR 230.
a recent release of his $27.50 bond forfeited-
j I president of the Florida Agricul- ; of Co. C [Starke and the depth of the land is 749 feet
"Cracker Politics" column, Allen i no losses. The trophies; were pre- . .,. ,-'.. ... .. .. :_ .1 Jerry Eugene Ritch. reckless I
1 -
tuial Council chairman of Gov- behalf of : ; 7 Lt. JosG.. Wood, commander of Jon the west and it has a frontage -
Joe on
Moris, well-known political writer, i rented by Gray
ji ernor Collins" committee on agriculture Recreation Board. Co. B [Camp Blanding describethe driving. fined $27.50 with sentence ; of 625 feet on Martin Street
that "as it appears now toobservers" the County With"Real Gone' Model
and secretary of the Tom two weeks of intensive field suspended and diiving hours re- The new owners plan to divide
the race for the Democratic Tuesday night's final playoffwas .
Adams committee which sponsored training as the climax to the Mi!feted to before 8 p. m. for 30 the tract into 10 residential lots.

nomination in next May'sprimaries reorganization of the State's services a near upset when Develop Charles Kirkland Wins ScholarshipCharles Guardsmen's year of part-tune days. after existing building have been
V will be between former slow starterin
ment Commission a
. to agriculture. service. During the summer encampments Andrew Allen reckless drivingby removed
'H:>use Speaker Doyle E. Connerof early season play finally hit
Starke andV.. R. (Buster 1 Like Conner: Hancock earned I the men have opport- following too closely, causingan The drive-in was operated for
its stride and led Garden 6-5 into Kirkland. local youth stste.Three times he won the regional unities both to apply the knowledge -
Hancock of Groveland. his degree in agriculture from the: whezGarden's accident fined $27 with sentence only a short period several years
of the sixth.
the bottom
attending college in Gainesville, prize and a trip to Detroit they have gained during
University of Florida. Hancock I suspended and put on probation and has been closed since
I ago that
Of the four five Elder hit a
or men Dewayne
presently bexan his vocationalagnculture has won first in the state for the over yoirhs in Florida Mississippi weekly and weekend drills, and for 30 days. time.
i carter as a .
:, "testing the political I home run to tie things up. fourth time in the Fisher Body ard Alabama. aLo learn many; new military
teacher. He served as I
.winds" to determine whether they Bill Epps, Garden's ace pitcher, Craftsman's Guild model car corn Majoring in the Industrial Arts fundamentals and procedures.The .
will be candidates to crganization director of the Farm division of th3 University of Flori Sell It Rent ft Tradpl
succeed retiring Bureau, as as.istant general man- hit a single one of three to score petition. ; I two local units. part of the !'

Commissioner of Agriculture ager of the Frn; ate Growers Cooperative the; winning run in the bottom of Charles won a prize of $150 for da's College of Education Charles] 743th Armd. Ord. Bn-. 48th Armd.

Nathan Mayo next January. and. until recently, as the: 8th. his entry this year and a $1,000 built this year's model as a class Div.. will)) travel to camp in army CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -- '..2S Per lack Vint "*."<.*
:Morris thinks that two I Conner This was Charles' last project.
scholarship. I
Innings vehicles maintained and operated
general manager of the Superior} Elder pitched the first five .14W) PER HtCH FOR MME AD BEPEATEn'
and Hancock) may be regarded year in model car competition as Kirkland and his wife Jo Ann. by the units. OR MORE TTMF.ICARDS
Fertilizer and Chemical Companycf taking .
Garden, with Epps
t.certain qualifiers althouch a Tampa. for in the sixth. Yancey went persons over 21 are not eligibleto li"e at 835 West University Ave. Advance detachments will leave Of THANK (Up T. M Word) -_ __ a..
third "candidate"." C. H. [Charlie V over enter. He has entered the contest in Gainesville He is employed as '
"Hancock citrus and for Development Thursday morning to requisition OVER M WORD __ 4 C"'I .
has gloves five innings ---- fn W r
instructor at the
1 Race of Cypress Gardens has for the past seven years a model plane _

been complying with the tech- nurseries and watermelon acre- Commission, and was relieved by never placing below second In the Boy's Club there. and receive supplies for the main MKMOIUO A\D Ol.rfTO\S .. I r_.. r.. ....
age in Lake County. Walt Frick in the sixth. bodies of the units during the
,nicial requirements of the election two-week: encampment. tn WORDS OR i.r!!.. o.. i...rtu. "nal.__ V'bp.
law since March.. 1958.V "When George E. Owen of Tallahassee ]- Runner-up to Garden in league 301 ContractorHas Boat Owners Company .n

In his discussion of the upcomingCommissioner ; indicated an interest in standings was Development Commission B s advance detachment is composed F.\cn: AnniTio Ai, WORD O'.FoRO .__ '. __h C. p... .....
I Dragging Feet of SFC J. Alvarez, SP4 Ron-
j becoming Commissioner. some i who lost six games beforeit
race Morris has.this I Troubles Too nie K. Griffis and I. Browning.The 20% DISCOl'XT! OW REPEAT I>SKRTIOS) 9AMB AD
surprise was expressed because he started clicking and dropped On License DealOnly
say: Company C detachment is: 2Sf ADDITIONAL FCW BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID Vt AD.' C1II.
was known generally as chief of in the second half.
only one
"Conner, first elected to the Due To Rain Sgt. M. .T. Strickland. SP5 S. C. -- -- -
the; anti-gambling staff for Attorney State Maintenance Shop and 65 boat licenses have been WE HAVE a new loan program for
Legislature from Bradford Countyin Wise and SP4 Ben North. farmers. Loans 0( 1 to i rear
1950 went into the '57 regular General Richard W. Erwin- Waldo were tied in the No. 3 spot i issued by Tax Collector J. R. Kel- The main body of the units will for the entire credit requirements
"But Owen just turned 47, grew Contractor S. M. Wall of Gainesville iy'& office to date. Tentative dead- of the farmer and bis fam-
E'Sfion as the youngest [at 28 while Keystone finished fourth. arrive in
camp Sunday afternoon. ily. Gainesville Production CredHAssociation.
vp on a Tennessee farm and said last week that weather line for obtaining the new permitsis 6 Months
years and three months 1 Speaker anc1 Company C fifth. i Four days will be spent on .biv CO Kortb >>aln.
I(knows agriculture from the milking conditions on US 301 north of Sept. 1 and Kelly expects a Calnfsvllle. Fla._tfrhRADIO9 -
in the history of the Florida
Each of
ouac. the local units will
i ; stool up. He earned a degree Starke have 'been the worst he last-minute rush before that date.
4 House of Representatives. He scrr be REPAIR FDAH
I in asnculture! from the University CounterfeitTrack has encountered in 35: years of All boats carrying a 10 HP responsible for providing ord- Make. All .... Auto
veil in the 59 session as chairman J nince support for one-third of Liability
1aa..I. CII.rc. .....
of Florida and served as a vocaI highway construction work. motor or larger are required by pu.
of the House! Committee on Rules thf Division. Training will consistof J.HKPHF.RD-S RADIO *: TV
and Calendar. I tional teacher. He went back for Tickets Wall said that considering the state law to have licenses and !.... Gre... Ow.rr

hh:: law degree after World II. havoc created by torrential rains registration numbers, posted on motor vehicle repairs., weapons 4': E. Call M. Pboae WO 4-6M1

"Lecislatively; Conner has endeavored -I "Representative Emmett S. Laid To CoupleA since he started the job it is still both sides of the boat. rcpaiis4nstrument repairs supply, Stark. F'Ja.COLOIAI. $15.00

to balance his interestin Roberts of Belle Glade also arIaduat.e "the most orderly looking Job 1 Boats under 16 feet are charged and administrative training. FLORIST
the problems of thefarm.I Company C will also provide a Only K. T. D. Florist!! in Starke.
of the "
College of Agriculture
have seen in the state recently. a fee of $1.75 while those be- Mowers wired any place. Flowers
prove, and'ranch with those of ri at not Starke couple was accused of tail-support detail which will for all
I Gainesville has The contractor 3id he did not tween 16 and 25 feet must pay occasions locally. Phone
the urban areas. In its review of discouraged uce'of his in attempting to collect on counterfeit leave Starke about twO hours behind WO 4-<;!m !50" Ka.f: Nona St tfrhg
; name look for A long stretch of good $2.50 for permit.
at the track in a the main body and provide
tickets dog weather to begin before October, FOR RENT: -Furnished apart Doyle E. Conner
Daytona Beach Monday and were ,would automotive repair facilities in case ments. Reasonable rates.!! Near
and said it take eight
bound over to circuit court in Julian Peek, of a breakdown. The detail will shopping renter Phone WO '-:011
months of favorable weather for cr WO 4. nl or call at 213 S.
Volusia County.. Resident consist of SFC Arlie Underhill. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office
the to be Former
Job completed.He Insurance
George LMason, 53. and his SFC Ray Griffis. and SP5 Freddy tfchgMen's Agency
SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! said his company had gone Dies In Georgia Watterson and SP5 George I

wife. Marie 48, who live in a to a great deal of expense,in trying Payne. Leather I 218 Temple Ave.

trailer at Kingsley Lake, were
to maintain driveways and Julian Peek 44. former Starke Among the many veterans attending PHONE WO 44501CITRUS
booked in county jail at Deland
feeder roads coming into the project resident died suddenly Thursday camp will be 1st Sgt.
: Go to Jacksonville Gainesville or. charges of conspiracy to de HALF I
i or or but knew that some people night July 30, at his home in De- Rene' Garcia of Co. B, who has a

fraud. Mrs. Mason was later released would be unhappy regardless of catur, Ga.. as the result of a heart 17 years of National] Guard Service bearing atiea container
: ANYWHERE under $500 bond, while her Krown. Also Plum Carncr Apple-
to get a price on your husband whose bond was set at what efforts the company made. attack.. He was son of the late I I I a first sergeant for seven 1.50 "PMen's Pear. Hood and t"a1lwln, Fig,

Wall said he kept a motor graderon Major and Mrs. J. L. Peek of and a half years!, and 1st Sgt. Grapevines Persimmons etc. Evergreen -
!$1.500, i* still confined. I I ,. Shade Trees.
New Car THEN SEE full time work just maintaining Starke.Mr. Robert W. Drake of Co. C. who 400 \arietles. ARI...Camellias, fine plants on'

driveways, and mentioned that .' Peek was a veteran of-has been first sergeant of the Rubber full of bud and bloom. Bee our

speculation about the place Commissioner some driveways had been put 'in World War 11. and is survived by ''I Starke unit for 10 years with HEELS SSeSTARKE'S plants II miles for east quality.of Keystone W. are Heights located

BILLYDOWLING Mayo is vacating. But by hand labor. his wife and two children. more than 18 years total service. on Hiway 100. Thousands of p1ant0. .
it is' now believed that Roberts He. also said he had carefully Funeral services were held at I Lt. Col. A. Y. Covington. Brad- -4-4295;C. Florahome Carne Nomery Fla. phone MU tf

will run for the Senate if Senator avoided tearing. up existing pavement 4:30 p.m. Saturday in Trinity ford County Health Officer, will SHOEREPAIRING

Fred '0. (Bud] Dickinson Jr. is a in the municipal areas' of Chapel. Decatur. Burial was in I i attend the encampment as a FOR SALEroom hoae and t

candidate for Governor. Roberts Starke and.Lawtey. the National Cemetery at Marietta member of the 202 Medical Bn. :-; Hugh.acre on Reasonable IT S. 301 Laura at S B.Wolfe%nat

operates housing for farm workers "We are doing this because we Ga. 123 Walnut St. Ut 1 Box RITE La,.try Itp IIi,

and has been in the forefront don't want to inconvenience the I

of legislative agricultural acti- traveling public,during the rainy W. C. T. (/. Across from Park TheatreFOR MANWill I WANT TO TALK TO, RELIABLE
Wing T will be used by the let you up in counrl one-
V :reason he said."We I man basinevs without capital In-

The. only avowed aspirant is C. are overspent in'our budget squad;for the first time. "MANY THINGS MAY BE REXT-Kingsley Lake efficincy vestment. A Walking Route is now

H. ("Charlie" 1 Race of Cypress at this' stage of the job, but we The Tornadoes are booked for PRESERVED IN ALCOHOL. BUT ,.r month.apartment Call or WO cottage 4-5011 by C.week II. atailable co-8-gTiers! for required.Bradford Must County.have good No

Gardens. Race is the former employee might stPl.be able to keep out ofthe 10 games this year instead of LAW AND ORDER ARE NOT ON SuW'orthy tfcha character reference Earnings
FOR A LOWER PRICE nine, with the open date being brttrr than average Write Mr.Kt.ukwell. .
of the State Departmentof hole if we can get a breakinthe I TilE LIST. : 659 W Peachtree St. N.

Agriculture and presently is weather. he added. filled by Live Oak. The opening r FLORIDA WHITE RIBBON Item....that will ar be<> nrerfrd f.u.d at fey Billy take Jarfc.Rn.id. 1.:- Atlanta II, CU 4tchK 9,U

engaged in the grove supply busi "We were\ ''ready to start putting game, will .be with Macdenny !NEWS. -a'. lard Supply Yard I. rear ..1OIL FOR
ACROSS THE REXT-l'nfurnh.hed small
STREET there 1 on Sept. 18. t Dada Factory. Steel Boat
down lunerock. stretch
.on long .
ness. a V V Laadlnc Mats 18 !. z 19 ft. Flood house at rear of store building tIII
south of Lawtey last week, but .. LlajhtK. Life Raftn, Llgbt FIXture, Temple Ave. Contact Mrs. Maud
Race announced his candidacy .
FROM SETZER'S"If rain messe' up the,sub-grade and i1 ;]& r::' ; .f1v.i, IMBBblaa applies .r all kind. at McCarthy's Garage. 5 miles
or Kaiford Rd HrhyPOU
:last year and has been complying Sterl folding rnln. turd Faroltare.
caused: us to have to stockpile the WInd*ws, Wladow ,.. .
of election rr" Door
vith technicalities the .
I m'XT-Qn Kinjeley Lake.furnt'hd. !
rock. .. It with .'t'.. etc. Call HO 4-4OOI. auk for
It I Ou Don't Trade With Us We Both law since that time. The law pro- V : V Hoop up Mr. GbaaieH or rowe .. tv .er aswhea screened 2 bfd room houi.. Iare Ii.1
"Having tot handle these porch. Available Aug.
vides that candidates must start, materials .. .0.... tfrhK
Lose an extra time not only Sistrunk Feed and im><] Co
Money" filing expense statements as soon

as they declare their intentions, costs the company a lot money, s: HASTINGS MATTRESS Plil SALE!-Spring Lake CB house

but also adds to'the.length. of the and guest cabin. Accomnrxljte<< 4,
publicly. job. I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 10V on lafcr. %48' 'on Rout %1. }*.-
--- '<10 Lemon St Palatka >"U". Cash or terms. Van Robcncrine. -
"We are doing an we can Under ICE C.EAM Iz I Ri. Z, Box: 100-K Gainesville
I I the existing.conditions" the ': Furniture Repaired, -Upholstered t..l..phnneIIun; ____ srtg

ontractcor said. JC & Refinished WANTED-White:: Housekeeper who

Partytime mealtime anytime Call or write Dorothy TilKhman
Coach Issues Innerspringsand EAst 5-3821. Patatka. Fla. ftp *-*
m -that's the time to serve

... delicious Super Sue Ice Cream! f Box Springs FOR RENT: -Furnished bouse and

GROUND MUSIC %WITHOUT COMMERCIALS Call To SquadFor .c.. V Good body-building food for ; Drop Us a Card or Call t.301.rvice, Call station WO 3 4-6041 mi. N after Starke 5pmStrfrg on

growing youngsters. PALATKA EA 5-9168 Ill
Boy today.

With A FM & AM ZENITH RADIO through the facilities Early Drills ft Cone,eupt,p'rrft d MRS. PEGGY ST.RKI'0'SHALLER.: 4-3931 Starke,. you need LADIESIf a good stead income

Competition for berths on the V fQmIygO11Ofl1\ and can work only half days, sell
1954! Tornado football squad will AVON COSMETICS. Experience

of Radio Station 'WMBR JacksonvilleFINE get underway August 17 when -...-- t : :t ::. tfcb? I unnecessary. Write; Mra. Oulda

candidates answer the annual call FOR RENT-Furnished gauge I Sweat. P. O. Box 540.. Live Oak

to preschoolorkouL: apartment on Kingtley Lake. Fla.

Head Coacn Lennard Registersaid V Pick on assortment of many delicious flavors pletely 1'cnt by famished week only. except Phone '\\c"m-I .

yesterday that early practice 4:01. -
from denIer's Sue Treasure Chest
will start on two different dates, your PIOM" ''YtCI
FINE FURNITURE CABINETRY with some of the boys summonedfor FOR SALE-Colonial-type hou"!. OUAUTT tHtntusoNAHt

Aug. 17and another group for' 4 bedrooms, living rm.. family rm. POCB
to match your finest surroundings Aug. 28. Workouts 'scheduled dining! rm., eun parlor located ;<.
-- are Walnut St.. choice residential area; WINKLER ELECTRIC
twice daily from 8 to 9:30 a. m. Vtie31oneCHAMPI1S close to business section schools!!
churches. Ix>t extends depth of entire SERVICE
and from 4 to 6 p. In. 4n Tshirtsand
block. Will sell partly furnished
95 short. Starting Aug. 31. prac- if desired Contact owner Mrs. IL 231 X. Temple Btarke
tice will be cut'to once a day 3:40to : B. McLend, ;o):, We-tchester. Or-
lando. Flaor inquire Bradford PHONE WO 4.1081
5:40: p. rain County Telegraph. tfchg

-_ a letter to the 1959 hopefulsthis \ | FOR RENT: Storage building.
week, Coach Register in- ; TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES:: made ("'In Wfl 4.'H: rr..hlf
I'J'J 51-1 tip f.roer. Mrs. Peggy Shaller. 209B
trtlcted them to for 5
report prac- A"'c ph"n" WO 4.lU! tfrtig:: OR RENT

tice .with:, shorts and T-shirts, 2 REMtOOMompeteIy, furnished
ANNOUNCING OPEN Mama .Summer cottage on Kingtler Lake.
VVV white socks towel combination Priest Kindergarten; in newly built Aag. 22 to %to Merritt H. Williams
: !ock. birth certificate [for new r'i quarters at 204 N. Thompson St. 594 E. Adklos, Starke, phone WO 4-
: Open Hoiw and ;srn;
= registration Aug Ito
recruits), and a short haircut. j< and g" fmm 11 to 11am frh '/2TLAKEV1EW .- -

i .. WITH This year's Tornado squads will U ;;M 6.70-1S.11AMd type.plus lax and rowf ? !be coached by a four-man staff All TIRES MOUNTED FtEI .... BEACH-cottages ForRent I work by hour or by the Job
.,, by week on Pig Lake Santa Contact Jack Hovller'at J & J
instead of the V eUstomat7 three.In _-::- -:--- ..7"T ._ 7-7 ". :- =-::--= "'!'- Fe. Call HO a-2552 Waldo. Mrs. Builders for Information. Guaranteed I,

DUAL addition,to Register,, who will Maude FT"! Comer Box: $j;. 4 Earleton.tp27" "" ,.rl{

be head football coach j and B. V STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale.

SPEAKER squad basketball, there .will be PULPWOOD FOR SALE 2 acres. Ira wn..on. flrlffl rAnt> 2tp 1-13
Sale On Delco BatteriesWe
Special V -See Jimmy Sweat turn right at
V David Bursenmty"'football; Joe's Grill on UK 301 north of FOR RENT: -24' :x 5
!backfield and .tract:; Charles Starke; cross railroad 4th house on garage apartment. Ideal for stor-
t_ SOUND left up ,arePhnn. WO 5-23.: tfrhr
V THE SUPER-SERENADE Mwlel C730. Francis: B-sqnad football and I .
International Life Time Mufflers
FM-AM toblt rodiO. Awoiobs! in gro.nedWalnut. : baseball and Carlton Koch. com Carry FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment FOR SALE-15 acres land. Farmall
S. Walnut St. ad4rpa. cub>> tractor with
Apply at -
Mahogany or Blend Oak colon..8h. SI STEM ing here Irom the University of 12.700. equipment pump.
or phon WO $-129 lip Jimmy'Johnson. Lawtey.
n ". 15 wide 8Vf deep. AC/DC Illinois B-squad football and COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR DEPT. Itp

FOR SALE-New Htrme Sewing machine FOR SALE-Approximately I *
head basketball. Francis was a acre o
perfect' condition $39. 3 burn- land on Epperson Rd. Inquire at 182
faculty member but not a coachat Including Automatic Transmission *r :Nexto oil store t"-2 burner Nesto Butler Rd. or phone WO 4-ISJ4.:
BHS last year. oil stove $ .09. J. W Bedenbaugh, Itp 8-:1
The Tornado squad lost 14 kttennen Tractors and Small MotorsDodd's lip nEXT.-rarni"hed: apartment.

[slightly .above average CATTLE t'CTIO'i-For: Sale One .1 water famished. |45
tarice, high grade polled Hereford D-r mo Y.
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE last year: 12 by graduation one bull very gentle. Two. part Herefnd I Fnv.-'vi fit L Klrchalne. ill S. I.

by age limitation and .one by bred cows. One heifer. ltrhg
change of .residence.Reg1ster i V Service & Auto Sales Sale at 2 p. m. at farm August MORTGAGE LOANS
11th. Right reserved to reject .
any 0. I..r.... P....",
predicts a backfield bid. At Cyrus E. Beam's, RL J Box Ra.fa... .., Rooid.atIsI
234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 44081 I t-P Stark. Fla lip lal. a a., tt Ter..
stronger than last year's; but has 528 S.VaInul St. Starke, Fla. Ph. WO 4-3861 is--s Tra.
van r write D*'* BYRD
qualms about' his line which: : will_ EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES
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L of palms, magnolias and white wives, attended the supper. ..;
.ilads. j i The play-off game in the Pony ... .........nnv .Y..YYYT.YMELROSE m I family recently l spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. John G. :Moore. .

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I Following the ceremony a recep-: League with Johnson last Tuesday FLORAHOME .1 in JacksonnLe.Mr.. Miss Christine Glisson of Jacksonville
tion was held at Keystone, was won by Keystone, 52. This j and .M.'). W. H. Stidham spent last weekend with
By :Mary J(. .sohaeffer game: gave first place to Keytone AND GRANDINBy I I and son, Jeff. spent Wednesday :Mr and Mrs. Joey MooreMrs .
Heights Woman's Club. Mrs. A. E. j i in the Melrose Pony League. By Joyce RothhammcrYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I with Mrs. Stmert.I : O. T. Robinson had as her
Anthony. Mrs. Edgar Akridge, and i Thursday. Keystone DaDe I I Mrs. E. J. Hogan and children.
the '
AdamsBriceVeddinu Heights. Rev. J. R. Smith I played I guests recentl Mr. and Mrs.
(!famed per- Miss Barbara Southwell served: All Stars of the League, and lost AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe and Mrs. Warren Willis and George Imhoff of Jacksonville
the I
Miss Kenny Sue Brice daughter double-ring ceremony.A the wedding cake, and Mrs. Thomas the game in two extra innings Mr. and Mrs. Norman Blevinsand daughter of the Methodist Youth Mrs. Sara Imhoff and Mrs. Wini
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lowell propram oi nuptial music was Prevost and Miss Mary Lou 6-5. Vacation: Bible School at three children of Tulsa, Okla. 1 Camp in Leesburg spent the afternoon fred Bertram of Montreal. Canada
: presented:: by Davis Long, Florahome Church of God will
organ- last >
Brice of Melrose, and Michael l Lee ,,1st, and Mrs. Frank M. Walrath Gardner served punch. Mrs. Don !I! The Shuffleboard tournament Open next Monday spent wet J visiting: Mrs. Blevi11s' Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. !' and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hearn of
Adams son of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- j III vocalist. :Morgan kept the Bride's Book. ,!'fcr girls started Monday afternoon: 10 at 9 a. m. in morning the church.August Rothhammer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant H. \\'. Tyler. i i Mami. Mrs- Imhoff, Mrs. .Ream
After a wedding trip to South i at which and family, and H. W. 'i and Mrs. Robinson
time Diane Tyler Jr. are sisters.
Brokas Re- and Ben of
All children son
don S. Adams of Keystone j Given in marriage'by her fath- are invited to attend. brother and family Mr. and Mrs
Florida. the Couple will reside in i!ba Hall, Janis McMurtry, and Robe Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson Glynn Tallahassee spent last weekend The Hearns visited with Mrs.
Heights united in marriageat Rothhammer.
were I ler. the bride Mr. and
a gown of silk: the Rushton cottage on Oriole 'j !ta Sibley played the final game of >l'1orahome with his parents Mrand MrsH.. Ritinson until Tuesday when
accompanied Dale F.
8 p. m. *'jiy 25 at the First oiuanza and Chantilly Jace over' Street in Keystone Heights. The ,in the Tetherball tournament. their daughter Price and son, Lawrencec!! W. Tyler.} they returned to their home in
Mrs. W. T.
Ballard \
Baptist e fft>ta. The bodice Mananna joined the '
ChurcJ was Miami
in KeystonLEE'S re-em-
broidered with sequins and 'V-T Mrs. Adams is an employee,j i The Summer Recreation Programs and little son Zane, back'to pearls. ')f Keystone State Bank. '! officially closed with the Duplicate Bridge
Her Alabama
husband last weekend. i Church hAd a picnic in Magnesia -
J Her bouquet, a white orchid, adorned is a student in the School;t picnic on Wednesday evening, t Mr. and MM. ; Beverley Salona of Jacksonville Springs recently. Winners of the Melrose Duplicate -
: a white : Howard T. Young i its visiting
book. Jeannine
prayer .
Strickland. Ii
DRIVEIN1THEATRE of Architecture at the University August 5. went to Daytona last weekend to George Barlowe of Newark N. :Bridge Club were: high. Mrs
Miss Rebecca Ann Brice, sister if Florida. : Fire! Dept. News see their son and daughter-in- ,*Ile'ohnny is Parramore of Jackson- J.. is spending: the summer with lContinued on Next PBIt'
of the bride, aas maid of honor Mis. Sipe Entertains ; The Keystone Heights Volunteer law.Mr.and Mis. Earl visiting Bruzzy Strickland. I
; Young. :Mr.
and Mis.
and other 'Fire Dept. has I j David Williamsof
attendants were Miss not yet reached its
Mrs. Clarenc Sipe entertained Rev. and Mrs. A. E., Rather Gainesville and Mr. KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
Carla Brice of Gainesville, and I goal of 3.000 required to meet and Mrs.
at coffee last Friday II Mrs. Dick Lilly and son Calvin, Gerald Williams of Starke
Miss Gloria Smith of Keystone morning for i I operating expenses and recently -
.. replacing & Shoes
Phone 4113 Heights. Their yellow tloor-lengtn Mrs- William McKee, her house 1 equipment. The annual Associate and Rev. and Mrs. Fromy Duval visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Women's, Children's Clothing

formals were of nylon net over or- uest from Lake Worth. About;..Membership Drive provides the and son Brent are attending'Camp Williams.Mrs. SPORTS WEAR; A SPECIALTY -
Keystone Heights, Fla. ganza. Their hair pieces were 24 guests attended. Mrs. Sipe was; necesary funds to meet theses Meeting at Leesburg this Lawrence C. Lee and family -
trwimed with small white flowers, assisted in caring for her j()I Obligations and fulfill the program week. These folks are all from :;' of Jacksonville Beach spent Keystone Heights Locile Foster, Owner
I and they carried bouquets of yel- by Mrs. Dorothy Sherman, a new j!of fire protection for the Keystone Florahome. I several days with her parents. Mr.
Fri., Sat. Aug. 7, 8 :o\v and white Carnations- ccomer to Keystone Heights- who--- i i Heights area. Miss 'Talitha Waddv of Clear- and Mrs. C. P. Perry, Sr. The -
Earl Brice ---- I is making her home with her sis- If you have not yet subscribed, water visited Mrs. P. D. Mann group was joined Saturday by I
Jr. brother of the '
SON OFROBINHOOD trifle, served as best ten Mrs. Nelle Grayson. !they hope you will find it convenient -; here in Florahome last Sunday.,Mrs. Rufus Jcrdan of Lake City.
man. Usher afternoon..
Lions' NewsSaturday to mail them your $5 associate -i Perry Jordan of Lake City spent i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
were Ron Albnuon of Tallahassee, Aug. 15, Keystone! membership fee. Chief Warrant Officer G. Wayne several days with his cousin.
IN ClNEMASroi'KSun. : Jerry Albritton of Valdosta. Roddy Heights Lions Club will have a 'What! About Church News Green and family visited Mr.Green's Charles P. Perry, HI.

south of Strike, and Edward Car Wash' for the benefit of the i I For several weeks. there has aunt, Mrs. Ella Belisarioand Mrs. Edna Williams and daughter -
Stuckey of Orlando. Summer Recreation 'I been little or no church news. It cousin Dorothea Mayo ofGrandin Linda and Carol
., Mon., Tues. Program Hurst returned -
Aug. 9, 10. 11 The flower girt Miss Elaine Fund. More details in next week's!seems that the various clubs and Mrs. last. Monday. last week from a tnp to NEW FORDSAND
B. J,
W Ison. of Gainesville, wore a issue. At the meeting of July 27,i'circles in the churches are somewhat i Alderman of Grandin Indiana where they visited Mrs.
Seventh VoyageOf floor-length gown of yellow or- E L. Poole of Americus. Ga. was I, inactiv Meanwhile, information spent several days last week Williams' relatives.Mr. .
gandy. a guest visitor. Mr. Poole has had i I'' on church schedules in .ter with in her East son-in-law Palatka. and daugh-. and Mrs. R. G. Logsdon and i
Sin bad For her daughter's wedding!.a perfect attendance at his home i'Keystone will continue .to be pub- daughter returned from visiting' A-I USED CARS
r David and
; Jimmy
Rye of
club for the last 16 Mr
IN CINEMASCOPEWed. : Mrs. Brice chose a blue lace years. He is' Grandin visited their grandmother Logsdons mother and sisterin
heath, with blue and white accessories now vacationing on Lake Santa Party At Beach Mrs. Minnie Rye in Palatka- Columbus Ohio. On their return .
and Fe. Several members of the local Sunday afternon a group of they visited her
a grandmother -
Thur. Aug. 12 13: corsage. Peach-StreetOTg several days last .week. -
< club and their frineds
attended district ,
a Mrs.
Mrs. A. G. Louden the bride'spaternal meeting Leo Hfll's qu'arette J. F. Rudder, for a few
grandmother last night. Aug. 5, in Palatka. I I enjoyed a picnic supper of Bar-B- from Hope ,days in Stevenson, Ala.
HOLIDAY was dressed Baptist Church Visited WE SERVICE
Paran I
in mauve !silk with white accessories Summer Recreation Program I I Qued chicken and all the fixings Baptist Church in Grandin last Mr. and Mrs. Lowery of Atlanta -V

FOR LOVERSClifton and a white corsage. Mrs. A picnic was held at Keystone I on the shores of Lake Geneva. Sunday evening and sang the following Ga. spent the day recently
i The rains
came just the hush-
Adams mother of the bridegroom, Bach last I as selections with Mrs. Will Lyon-
Wednesday ,
evening for : "Not My Will",
Webb, Jane Wyman wore a pink lace sheath with !puppies were turning a golden "Invisible WHAT WE SELL
all Mr.
pink s the children participating in brown. but after the shower, therainv.'ater Hands f "He" and and Mrs. F. L. Whatley and'
IN CINEMASCOPE accessories and a blue corsage. 'I I the summer recreation program. was poured off the "Where Shall I Be". The quartette daughter Wanda, of Tampa spent
The ceremony was performed by About 35 children as well as Re- batter, the fire re-built and the consists of the following last week with Mrs. Whatley's

candlelight against a background 1 creation Board Members and their cooking resumed, with the result boys Wilfred Wagner. Elbert Her- Parents., Mr. and- -J.rrV..1t"r--. .._, .. .
ey. Leonard and Brinson.Mr. .
Raymond Moody
that a lot of the hush-puppy
REDFEARN'S makers will in the future put and Leo Hill. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Check with

their batter out in the rain to insure children of St. Petersburg spent V

I their goodness. Families who many each sleeps.-what the house- Hanks.Mr.the week. with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clyde Terwillegar
enjoyed their supper, swimming. k .pIng facilities are. if linens .
and water-skiing Sunday after- be and Mrs. Jimmy Ross
can rented and the amount of and
noon were: the Everett Koxs., the rent per week. This information son spent last week with Mr. Ross' TODAY !
Charlie McGlaves the Bill Beams, should'' be.a help to all PerSons parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Ross.
I .*. % the 'George 'Schaeffers.: the Ed desiring rent, and to their Mr. Ross, wha: has previously been
'* IZ. Conneens": the Jack gelds, the respective land-lords. as well: stationed ,in Texas has .been assigned 20G W.. MADISON. ST.'
: Bert Christofers, "Jr. the Jim Go1LUead Attract Many to Patrick") Air':Force Base I.
&: .. in COcoa.t -V Phone WO 4.3381 Starke Fla.
, >
r : ), Hetheringtons. the Jim Donnelly .'this' .
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: summer camping has Increased -
ff JV 4-1 -! -r' j. ., ,. .."S.'t.. : .!" "T" ."1. Mr. and i Mrs.
'{ 4 ', "I' J'Itf .<. \ the Louis Kyles, the Charlie Tol- in popularity Gold! : .Strickland and .
.. fords. the Herbert Nelsons, and Head Branch. State Park. This' I I
tne Dick Sund rlands. past week alone 959 individuals I .,
OUR "FIRST LINE" lOOYo/ DUPONT NYLON CORD I I Chamber Of Commerce Notes Damped atr the park, as compared I

.. Member of the Keystone .to 626 for the same week in 1958.;
(Heights'Chamber of Commerce Only a few two--and three

are happy about all the fine pub- pounders were caught in Lake I II I ff cI
ONLY j licity that Keystone Heights rece..ied Johnson this week. Evidently the I

as hosts to the Southern warm weather has slowed the fish ,.
Regional Water Ski Tournamenta as well as .fishermen.. "" f
few weeks aeo- Last week, Cana- Janine Gay Is five "
dian T. v. viewers saw a feature Mrs. R. Richard of Spring
film and ne\VSIeel.scenes of the Lake entertained her great-grand I

Ski Tournament on Lake Geneva, daughter, Janine Gay oh tne occasion FREEZER REFRIGERATOR COMBINATIONWITH
made during the event here. of her 5th birthday anni-
jI i.V Secretary Mrs.Joe Daurer woul versary recently,' The party was

$ like a little help with .a projectnow held in Mrs. Gordon Adams' Play
under way. She is compilinga School. A number of Janine's
list of all.cottages for rent in aunts and uncles were present
the Keystone area. The Jackson: including Mrs. Dale Van Sickle Automatic Defrosting
I vine!! Chamber .of Commerce wil 1 and daughter Judy of California. !

j receive a copy of this list sine e Mrs. Adams and Mrs. T. J. Hawes 12 CU. FT.
they get so many inquiries in assisted Mrs. Richard in entertaining
I ''their area for information on the 30 .guests. .
FREE I(jnvflijahle r"+fs a"s for vacations i in Personals. !
Keystone Heights. She asks that
Mr. and Mrs- Jim
Tire Mounting ABOVE OUR, 'C'5r j anyone renting cottages eithe and three children have returned I 102881uhange
(rail her at 4331, or drop her a from a pleasant vacation spent in
(post card. Concerning each cot Avon Park ac ?uest' of Mrs. Heth-
I tags she would like to know how (Continued on Next Pagellamifics I
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f 1I the same. Hotpoint has two complete and separate systems

I .L' with happy expectation' One for Refrigerator One for Freezer. Step

I : of pleasant living} are'rarely .
disappointed This- is a- good up to Quality with HOTPOINT!

a place in which to live; a

SIZE TUBE TYPE TUBELESS 1 friendly community:.. ;' I

List Pries I Coat 4- $1.00 tIt Price Cost + SI.oo HURRY!' I
6.10 x 15 $31.10 .515.63S3S.1D We at the bank would liketo We Finance All Major TV and Appliance Repairs

7.10 x 15 S3UD I .511.15538.50 517.55HURR Y'!' I ..: be among, the' first to bidTOu I

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newcomers wetcome.Stop "
7,53X14 I $36.80 I S18.30- .

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.minnmmvveirvvvy,' P 1 1.- Dinkins. John Shuford. J. of Highland spent- Saturday with I as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Seley of Dade City Mrs. Ruby V.V'tVm..n.rnrs <;ocoa. Mr. Marsden is a student at]' her two sons f 'David* and Jerry.

i O. Pons, Luther Hilliard Sarah i Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie: Teston- Horace Cashing and children of Hickman and granddaughter, Mrs. the University of Florida while.!The California folks are planning

Starling, Dan Starling Arthur Rev. and Mr.s. Dan Padgett and t I Tallahassee: and Mr. and Mrs. Mary Lee Hale and Air:- nd Mrs.D. MELROSE Mrs.. Marsden will teach this fall I I to stay with l.iri:11athis.: parentsfor

Farce Troy Bennett Walter Daughters of Tallahassee and Mrs. Wayne Turner and daughter of N. Howard of Apopka. Mr. and in the Keystone Elementary a few weeks while getting set.i -

riy Hn. Joyce T. Potck Wilkinson, Mitchell Brown Von. Tommy Nolan and mother. Mrs. Jacksonville. The Cushing Chil- Mrs. ,H. T. Markham of Gaines A A AAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAA School i tied in a permanent home in this

AA A& aid Bennett Ivory Thompson D. Cotton of Starke, were Thursday dren remained for a longer visit. ripe Miss Ginger Sapp or Miami. Mary Ann and David Schaefferare : vidniryr -,
l AAA AAAAAAAA N. Howard of Apopka. H. T. Markham I evening guests of Mrs. Joyce Mr. and Mr.s. J. L. Waters andj. Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of Jacksonville. (Continued from Page 7) spending this week with their David. Service and his mother

Bridal Shower of 'Gainesville and Misses'I Futch and Miss Elizabeth Terry. s. pent Sunday evening 'with M_.,and Mrs. K. H. Thomas of grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. Edward : are visiting David's grandparents.

Mrs. Edwin Starling and Misses Alice! and Gwen Raulerson Enza I Mr. Padgett is pastor of the ?Mr-and Kirs. Buford Higginbotham Starke Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling Mary Cook and Miss Sally Mans- C. Shyrock who live on Lake : Mr and -Mrs. HA.. Whitehead.

Ginger Sapp and Vonda Gayle Blanchard and Ruby Johnson. Thomasville Road Baptist Church. in Maxulle. Mr.and Mrs. J..B.-Thomp field: 2nd high. Mrs. Alice Ketch- Vler.; at Oklawaha. 'David has been here many times

Starling were hosteses Friday ata Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Hodges of which Miss Mary Julia Futch Mr. and Mrs. H. Markham son. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce um and Mrs. Helen Phelps; 3rd Oscar Rich is on his way to before and all the boys and girlsremember

miscellaneous shower for Miss had as Monday guests Mrs. Emma and the J. P. Wyricks are mem- and family of Gainesville were Mrs. R- E. Lee, :Mrs. Troy Benett (high, Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. California u bring back his him, as he went to

"'" Joan Arthur whose marriage to Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Den- bers.Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Wilkinson Misses Val Givens. daughter. Mrs. Patricia Mathis and chool in Keystone..

Ralph Weldon Starling will take ton and Sam Hicks of Jacksonville Zettie Padgett and Mrs. Dan Starling.Mrs. Jackie Bales and Vonda Gayle Presbyterian Church .

place in the near future After Ben Harrell and Mrs. Minnie Leonard Norman of Highland Bill Dobbs and son Mike. Starling and Arthur Green and July 19, at the morning worship -
Tenn. vj;ted Mr. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Thomas.Mr. service the first official memberswere
several games and the opening of Harell: of Jonesboro and Mrs. Vaughn
the many beautiful gifts by Miss Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. spent the Prescott Saturday.Mrs. Dale Mitchell in Lebanon, Va., and Mrs Ralph Wise and received in Melrose Presbyterian Thanks A Million For Your Fine

Arthur refreshments were served week with her son-in-law and Jewell Royal of Tampawas recently.Mr. sons are spending their vacation Chapel. Nineteen members
to the following guests: Mesdames daughter Mr. and Mrs. Nelson the weekend guest of her and Mrs. J. Bradley and with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wise in were received by letter from oth-

Gary Bennett. H. C Wainwright Blocker and family in Lake City. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and W. E. Griffin were Sunday guests Opp. Ala. er Presbyterian Churches and Response To Our Opening

Ernest Raulerson. G. W. Roberts Mrs. Charles Mosley and family Mrs. Fred Moore and family. Rev. of Mr. and Mrs. Les Prevatt and Mrs. aiary Reddish Miss Elizabeth seven were received by reaffirmation -
family at the State Farm. of Faith. I
and Mrs. George Boyer of Plant Terry and Mrs. Joyce Futch .
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs hadas I -
Rev. A.M. Rideout and five
I City were here Monday for a were Friday guests; of Rev. and
New SubdivisionJUST guests during the weekend Wilkinson! and elders minister 'and representatives -
I visit. They were accompanied by Mrs. Edgar family
and Charles Dobbs and
Casey of the session of the First
Renee Moore, who has been visit-I of Lake City, and Mrs. Blanche
BEST Buys OPENED ON ing Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsand Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Teary of Fort White. Miss Terry Presbyterian Church of Palatka .
family of Wildwood. Charles family of Jacksonville and Robert remained overnight with her aunt were present to receive the new
Ward of Starke. The Cecil Dobbs m-mbers. The Palatka Church
Lake (Moore returned this week from MrsBlanche Terry. Miss Christine -
IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Hendersonvffle, N. Cafter a visit also! visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffis and Terry Fetch went will serve as repository of mem-
Wilkison while here.S. bers until the> Chapel reaches the
with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas. for her on Saturday. I
Near Keystone Heights H. Thompson of Lake Butler status of an organized churcll. At
s Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as
GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil present the members are planning: ,
the weekend
Phillips during were :guests during the week Mrs. Em- ?
kison and Mrs. Dan Starling, extensive building t tY
Shade Large Lot Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and ma Andrews Crews of Wauchula an program }
Sunday. which will started in the fall. '
$2,275 TO $2,575 children of Callahan and Debbie Mrs. Pete gurney and daughter! be { ., -.
Mrs. Nancy Texton and daughter .Presbyterian Chapel Worship .
20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY and Simeon'Phillips of Palatka.Mr. aid Everett Burney of Jackson- : ;
of Ptnsacola is visiting; Mrs. Services .
; ,
C and MrsL.. P. Rafuse spent Walter Bucholtz and Mr. and Mrs. i Sunday School 10 11, '
a. m
S. E. M KAY REALTORKeystone vine.Mrs.
-- Sunday with Mr.and Mrs. C. F. ,Berry Bucholtz. Dan Parrish of Maxville Morning Worship Service.
Miles and family in Lake Butler. afternoon with ... 3
Heights Phones 3071 2031 4151 Mrs. John Shuford and Dave I Jacksonville Mrs. Bettie spent Miner last arid week sons with b:f spent Mrs. Selma Wednesday Eunice and Mrs. ......yyyy.y.. ....e.... I l. I

Melrose Phone Granite 5.2968 had as weekend guests Mr. and i
Hester Hicks. x !
Mrs. Effie Miner. While benfthey
MJ S. Joe Shuford and family of I
St. Augustine. visited Mr. and .Mrs. Lonhle Roberts Mr. and Mrs- Erlie Padgett had J ,..r' b;

in St. George.! Ga., and other as weekend guests Mrs. Billie Carr -, -- ;
HOME ON YOUR LOT O. J. Phillips visited Ernest relatives In Folkston. Ga. and Mrs. Ida Padgett of Talla- H.J ,
Triest in Theressa Sunday after- Chert
I' Mr and Mrs. Ossle Cason acid hassee and Miss Padgett
noon. Mrs. Tommy Cason of Pine Level of, California. I I (Continued from Page 7)
NO MONEY DOWN Mr., and Mrs. George Shuford \..titedVl1U Griffis and the J. Miss Adel' Dinkins and Casey z.L.j
t had as Sunday guests the Leon B. Bradleys Sunday. Dinkths Of Jacksonville and eiington's parents. Mr- and Mrs

By: Twiey Builders, Inc. LOW Starling family of Jacksonville.Mrs. I Miss Elizabeth Terry and Terry and Mrs. Horace Cok of Santa Mr'j Paul Zuch and in Fprt Myers .

Box 1495' UP Jack Pons and family of Patch spent Monday evening with Lake spent Sunday with Mr. visiting Mrs. Hetherington's
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i Tallahassee Mrs. E. M. Spenceof and
brother and his wife. Mr.
ASI Mr and Mrs.\ G. W. Durham of Mrs. P. L- Dinkins. Ttiej all visit-
\ : Bowling Green, Fla. Sixeas Ore., and Mrs. C. M. Jacksonville.Mr. ed Charles Dmklns In Bradford Mrs J. P. Garber. The Hetheringi -

Barker of Manclenny are visiting and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and County Hospital Sunday afternoon. -I I;i> also spent some time at Daytona -
j Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. The | Beach.
daughter attended a birthday par- ,
I, Pons' daughters Terri and Mary ty for Morris Rushing in Jack- Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and Mr, Louis Karges and j'- .. <..
I Jack will leave by plane this week sonville. Saturday evening. James Starling on the arrival of:!g'two daughters of Butler Perm

for a visit with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and their son. James Alton In Doctor's I arrived last Wednesday to visit Mr. J. H. (Billy) Breeden, Keystone Heights. winnerof

\ Mr.and Mrs. O. E. Pons of family and.Mrs. Hester Hicks had Hospital Tuesday, July 28. Mr. his parents :Mr. and Mrs. John (;I. E. Freezer at our Grand Opening last Saturday

Boston Mass. as guests this week Mr.and Mrs. and "Mrs. Joseph Starling are the Karges.I The younger Mr. and Mrs. pictured above with L. F. taMee. owner, arid Manuel
Mr. and Mrs D. B. Thomas and I Karges spent this week in Miamiat
and Rev.
Gene Dudeck and family pf. Chicago tfaternal; grandparents
Wise General; Electric Sales Counselor.
daughter Diann J a convention of Pennsylvania ,
were Sunday
and Mrs. Allen Wolfe and and Mrs- Alton Dobbs are ma-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. grandson of Wilmington Del. ternal grand atehts. Shrin?n;. while their daughters

Starling of Orange Park. Guests of Mr. anod Mrs. d. J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Massey stayed with their grandparents to OTHER WINNERS ._.-":
1 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner had Arders during the weekend were' and son of Montromery. Ala: Mrs. learn to water-ski. Following their
Mrs. Marion Marrs and son and' Wi L. Massey of$nlnck. Ga. and_stay at. the convention the Kar- Mr. William Wait, Keystone Heights

BESSETTE'S Mrs. Nettle Vond lan of Jackson' Mr. and :Mrs. Grady' Massey and ges will spend week in Keystone Bulk Gas Tank

ville. of Albany. Ga.. here this before returning to\ utler.
son were
Mrs. W. I). Adams. Rt. 1 Box 9) Starke
Little Miss Lynn Aiken of Atlanta -
This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $ Mrand Mrs. G. W. Roberts hadas weekend to help Rev. A.E. Massey
945 HANDISERVICEPhone Sunday 'guestS Mr. and Mrs.' celebrate his birthdayanrdvesary daughter of Mr.\ and Mrs. $25 Gas CertificateMrs.

(Without Carporte) I ronnie Roberts of St. George, Ga..' with a dinner, Sunday. Other Carl Aiken. is visiting her aunt : Polly Price Keystone HeightsOne
Mr. and Mrs. Viunski and r.2est5ta'e'th Edward Lee Mass- and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Buster
Many :Models to Choose From -: Write for Free Folder GRanite 5-2126 'and Miss Carol A'ken: and her cousin; Angela at Set Cookware
daughter of Pennsylvania Wr.and eys Fay Bradley.
JANITORIALSERVICE Mrs. George Roberts and family Rev. Massey's mother. Mrs., W. L. their Lake Geneva home. Mrs. Ruth Ohlson
Place i Florida Same Low remained! for longer Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whitehead and Keystone Heights "
Any PriceNO" -Jacksonville, Mrs. Pauline To- Massey a .
I rode. of Kinesley Lake and Mrs.' visit.yyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvyyyyyyU. two children. and Miss\ Anna Mc- One Set Cookware ;- ->- {

Nell AndrevPB and the Merrill Cnllough left by car Wednesdayfor *
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) FOR OFFICES a trip to( ,the North. The Miss Gladys Tillis, Keysto Heights
Struths of
Starke.Mr One'Set .Cook ware t
Whiteheads 'm-go to Wilkes Bar-
3$5cal I Representative AND STORESWE and Mrs. Roy Reddlsh"of j .
( ) Webster and Mr. and Mrs:,L. W. 'CR AH; A 'MMra. re. Perm and"Mlss McCullough, Mrs. X Watson Hardenhergh, Keystone Heights I
nil! far Va
S. go as as Alexandria
Baldwin of Starke were Sunday
RAY D i FORTH Wash and Wax Floors to visit a niece. Mrs. Clarence Charcoal CookerKEYSTONE.
guests of Mrs. Mary Reddish. John
Windows McKinney Fother ill.
Miss Joan Arthur and Ralph
Highway 21 -. Phone 4123 Screen and Blinds .. Girl Scouts Kay Sunderland and
iBobol Starling were given a aW AAAA& & A A AAA .
Mow Lawns i Carol Baker GAS CO.
are spending two
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS party at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand l weeks at Scout Camp Chowenwaw -
. Mrs.. Edwin
SEE WARD BESSETTE Starling Saturday
If You Don't See Us 'We BoUi Lose Money evening. Homemade cake and. children visited in Gainesville near Green Cove Springs.; "YOUR FRIENDLY GAS DEALER"
Echo Lake, Off' Rt. 214 Monday and were supper They went Sunday afternoon. .
punch served to the following
was -
t guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ben-
tenants in Dick Sunderland's Keystone Heights Fla.
"n _" guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. p- nett.J. ,
I garage apartment are Mr
W. Starling of Clearwater is.. and Mrs. E. ,Allen Marsden, of g ,
: visiting relatives here this week.!
WHY DO WITHOUTA 'gteater roominessAutomobile << James McKinney returned home I

Manufacturers Arb Sunday from Fort Campbell Ky.

LJTTLE' z -LUXURY Ckery't tfte cnJjr car of ike nation record carry the fade oa brother where he and had st ter be-in-law visiting. Mr. and his .
sedan f
this. In a Chevy or eiampK !
leading /low-priced three Oiat you've got more front seat bead. Mis. Othls McKinney.

Jimmy Starling of Orlando
tiu convenience the
gin fo of room than all but one of higfo- '
LIKE THIS I II 17 front'seat i visited relatives here this week
crank-operated lent t vinAowt.M )prM6d"cars! And Chevy's :
I i
11 end. I
> mcbmrdbMiei 7 !lo JitMIewith Up room spreads up to 5.9 'ik k
An hour of music win
I niches Wider than comparable gospel II
LET;ALONE t tt.4 fcfcr tkttdHa glad can.Savings bs given by the Brooklynaires ADVANCE I

Jni2lu[ *tS appreetftfr itTHESEDIGCHEVYVrnTOEB Sunday instead of the usual I
church' message by Rev. Bryant.

Friends are Invited.



= Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar

Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday HANDCRAFTED 1 I I
*:!tJ. solid proof that Chevrolet School; 11:15 a. m. Morning V8 $57000TMDEI"

"fef&e&s> !! more miles but of a gallon: Prayer and Sermon [Holy ,Com-
'''In the*famous Mobilgas Economy munion each first Sunday: 7:30 1

full 'ctQ rile )-R b.1'two Chevrolet sixes withPowerlide p. m. Young People meet.

: took the first two places Holy Days -10 *:m., Holy Com-
YOt/reH- eiibiiert on ride,sd fftrtiwank !'In &err class. Winning mileage: munion.

n to by $evy'y: eaiqrefltojsmootfmoB :SS.r m.p.r. And that, friedds> '
f1 1..;iff}e.r brakes for yourafctfiOTOliTREND t t lop honors for Chevy frdm t COMMUNITY CHURCH MORE OPERATIN6DEPENDABILITY
magazine can fm r. KEYSTONe HEIGHTS
t-a ..tufi-tizedcar! ti
Bigger,yes. and built with bonded hint of what you're in farij'. : t Dr. Albert C., Holt. Minister !III!!

linings for as much as 68% longer the smoothest, most quiet softestriding Sirs. J. L. Hrtheririirtonbrfanist f Zenith".
life. And <>w's this for proof that ear m Ha price' class." And and Choir Director DELUXE MODERN i Service Chassis Saver"Horizontal

Chevy's ft real stopper: m a NASFuB CHI tprings, of course never 0 Q Sunday School 9 a. m. Morn- CONSOLE only standard haadcrafted rases

CAR'- ndutted test of repeated squeak, never need grease.v t, tog Worship 10 m. during July circuitry. It costs more to

stops from'highway speeds', Chevrolet abd August. with do it this way but it gives
outfltopped both of the ; you the beet in dependable

"other two" time after time. St. Wflnaml Keystofte CatbtUe Hefeta Chapel SWIVEL BASE performance.,

yoh'owoJ .4swt'ohon for Stock Car '
Mass at 1:30 arm.Holyday .
AWlWIIWal and Research. Sunday LESS SERVICE
Mass at 7:00 a. n.'Tuesday '

Mass at 8:00 a. m. -- _HEADACHES!
I Confessions before an -J4uses-
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awards-winning engines higher trade-in i Baptisms, marri tea and inrtrtctions ...--.o---=---- --- --- -t There are'rut-i printed circuits

The NASCAR Outstanding fresh d lea. by appoaitnieit.TTBST in the Zenith TV
N.A.D.A.* Guide Books Chassis. This leas
Achievement award to Chev- :
that will c servicing delay and less
styling your keep'Itsvalue. ( = '
rolet!Chevy.wins. for the creation KEYSTONE HEIGHTS service headaches.
and Chevy used car prices JastiAmerica's
continuing development of J. R. Smith, pastor.' Ralpn ..
year, for example] averaged up to '
most. efficient Vtypeengines POPULAR SCIENCE magazine Copeland Minister of Music and ri
|12S higher than comparable feuded EXTRA FEATURES
for the establishment
gave Chevy'S styling a thoughtful of the other two cars in Chevrolets church organist.#
of new levels of V8 compactness look, then said it this way: "In its field. I' Sen ices:' Sunday School. .:45 Spotlit Dial Fringe

combined: with outstanding smoothPrice class Chevy establishes a .National AutomoWe Dallas a. m. Morning W 'rsh1P. II a.-m. .. ; Lock Circuit 12,000 Volts
ness." And you can choose among new high in daring styling ." Aseoaatioe.eighf t' 'r Training Union. 7 p;-m Evening .THE ABERDEEN MwM i DIMS of Picture Power Sun-
-,V8's and the _Six,that won You'll find your own happy way of < : cervices, 8 p.:m. 262 sq.in. rectangular rhino PktnreTube Dual
the Mobilgas Economy Run for ita picture area. In grained Speakers Tone Control.
saying that Chevy's the only unmistakably m "Make church wors&i) a family
walnut mahogany, or Full Fewer
class. i modern ." < Transformer.
in its class.
car trained blond oak colors.
ST. ANVS EPISCOPAL ,-.r. '.8. 95 WITH ,
,$ .
See how much more Chevy has to offer-visit>t your l local authorized Chevrolet Sealer! .. Re?.- M. Hi Breyfogle. Vicar !AYA S LOW AS $ .. IM i

Sdriaay"730: al: m. Holy'Com.m :: \

s ; 9:30 a. m., Sunday "Where Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S

School: 9:30 a. m. Morning Pray

Cate Heiidiy Chevrolet Co. !Inc er and Sermon [Holy Communion Y

each Young first Twple Sunday meet.1: 6:30 p. m..

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CHURCH OF JESUS cirajsr sister. Mrs. Bedia Cwmelly and fore issued out of the Circuit Court I d..y of Sept. lllj: between the F., Bradford ('....,. tioner. A. Thoma Jr.. P. O.
LATTER DAY S&flT8Services Union County florida the above legal. hours of sale, namely, eleven !. (.......1',. l raw.-r '41. ?rarfc f. Florida. and
Mr. and Ilrs. Wanner Mott in styled cause. I have levied upon the ocl.xk In the forenoon and two IU# the originfct in the office of the
each Sunday in old Hauge. following property situate lying .block in the afternoon on said IVtifi,,n of Anai.R Anderson for! Clerk' of thf Circuit Court on or
the and
adoption of Milton
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun. and being in FYadford County c'ay. at the east:' door of the CourtHOIIW before August 31. I95S
/ NEWS Mr- and Mrs. C. E- Green and Florida, to.1'CO"ln.ence in }trsdfnrd ('ount9. Florida, Beverly Floyd. Minors Herein Fail Not or a decree pro
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament daughters are .on vacation at Day- at Northeast corner of I will offer for sale and sell to the To: :Millar Floyd, 21 Snipe Street, l'Onr.IIO mil b.! entered against you.
Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome highest bidder for cash. in hand theabove Schentady. N. Y.y..g Witness my hand and the seal of
tona Beach this week. sec. Run West 681to South r/w of described property, as the are b.r.bv noel'e:! hat oe- saM court in Starke. Florida this
Sgt. and Mrs Z. J. Davis and Rd. 21, westerly and southerly on property of said defendant to satisfy tit ion has been filed in the rfeove 29 day of July. 193*.

u HAMPTON CHRISTIAN I children of California and Percy r/w 1S82I feet to P O B. North 87 said' executionP. !>;ylrti Court by Annie B Andersonfor (OFFICIAL SEAL)
D. R-ddi h Inu of Milton Floyd
the adopt
I degrees 30 feet east 884 feet to CHARLES A. DARBY
CHURCH Anderson of Jacksonville were lake, South 20 degrees 30 feet east Sheriff of Bradford County Fla. ard Iw-nly! Flo d. minors by the
At The Tabernacle St. ,Mark's Episcopal ; Sunday Bible School, lOa.I weekend guests; of the G. W. Davis 100 feet South I; degrees JO feet I '; :n-n.s :e tit;"nn., Annie' Anderson. and lie-I Atierk Courtp.y of the said Circuit
west 952 feet to rd. northerly 94 are -tuird to serve a copy of
Rev. Raymond MacBlatn
family. Sunday Afternoon 1 L. Crosby.
.. Marian
m.; Morning Worship, .1 a. m.; feet to beg sec 23 township SH 22E. .- Ansa.r flt/1I"P t ehow
Some memters o fthe Gospel Evening service 7 p. m.. and Pray- ,were, Mr. and Airs F. Tomlin-- As the property of the above I't The Urea Court Of Flor''j n-hv Hid petit ion thauld not begreard Deputy Clork. 1-28 4t S-I
Tabernacle who have been spending Sunday Services-9:45 sm, er meetng .son and Kirk Sprass of Green named defendant, and that on the' 1.10.10 .I..lid.1 1'lrrvlt. I en the attorney for peti .
every Tuesday at 7:30p. -
Church School; 11:00 a.m., Morning -T :
their vacations in North Car- Prayer and Sermon m. John White, pastor. ;Cove. Springs. .
olina are expected to return home MISS Barbara :sue Davis visitedfriends i
Holy Communion-First Sunday -
I HEILBRO.NN MI5. in. Hialeah during the 'I'
the latter part of this week. During 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday; '
BAPTIST CHURCH '!weekend and ,arrived at the homeof 9 .
the past two weeks the services :30 a.m.

have been in'charge of Barmy Wednesday-7:00 p.nL, Choir Sunday Schoor 10_a. Morn- I II her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.R. THE CHURCH I
I ; m. : J, Waters of Dundee, for a THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR
Practice 7:45 and I
E. McRae assisted by visiting I ; p.nu Litany ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening I week's visit Monday.Mr. .
ministers from out of town for ,Bible Study. I Worship 7:30 p. m. Training i, I
and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and
the Sunday services. The regular : Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- j i d ,
NEW RIVERBAPTIST children of Dundee Mr. and Mrs. ?Yh I
schedule has teen maintained. Week Prayer Meeting Wednesday I fs
ciiupce Harvey Flops and children of II
7:30 p.m. I
I Jacksonville ,and little Martha
Sunday School 10 a. m. I
BAPtiST CHURCH Hour, 11 a m. Evening Servo NORTH SIDE 1 I Stokes of Alachua visited Mrs. H. t

Sunday School 10 'a. m. Preach ..e. .. p. m. Prayer Meeting cao BAPTIST CHURCH ,IE.! Stokes during the w kend. "h ...i-.'" '
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 .Wednesday 7:30 pjn. I.1 Mrs. H. E. Stokes and daughter J # -"" I I

School lu Morn j Rubv were Saturday night dinner
p. m. Preaching 7:3< p. m. Prayer Sunday a. m. I
Mectlne Wwlresda" ,7:30 p. m. *- IHGIILVNOBAITISJ ing Worship 11 a. m. TrainLigUnion I euests of Mr. and Mjs. Joe Vick- I

: CIItTlCn 6:3u p. m. Evening Worship ory of Alachua. I
Wednesday Bible study, 7'3P I j i
p. m. I Sunday School P:45 a. m. 7:3Q p. m. Prayer Meeting i i Sunday guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. rnIll I
Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Wednesda. 7:30 p. m. Everyone JN.r J. Davis. were- Mr. and- Mrs. I* ., !
[ :. .
LAWTEY CHURCfi OF CHRIST 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting eacb welcome Rev. H. R. Carter, A. Davis and baby of .Gainesville '
(presently meeting in City Ha.lli Wednesday 7:30 p.: m. Rev. i Pastor. i and Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Bushloper IIli!i I

Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.. George Otism pastor. Everybody i I and children of Jacksonville. I I II

worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung. welcome. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I ),Irs. Doris Chambers and son r.. .". I

people's Bible LawteyA. II Jof Jacksonville visited her parents i el I II II I

study 7; preaching 7:30 AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH E. Massey. Pastor Mr. und Mrs. E. W. Hodges I II I

Wednesday-Bible .study 7:30 Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Bible school:: 10 a. m- ( Sr. Thursday nieht.I I

p. m. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training I Preaching, 11 a. m. | Mrs. Mamie Hodges: visited her i

Radio Program- StatloiWKQR. Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Wor Evening Service 7:30 p m. I Maushter Mrs. Melbaree Rain of

Moiiday, 6:39: a. m. ship. 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer Bible Study and Prayer Meet. 1: High Springs Sundav afternoon. a ?a
Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m ing.. 7:30:: pm., Wednesday. i I J. L. Thomas of Foley. Ala. is

CHURCH OF CHRIST Everyone welcome.tiP.AHAM Radio program 8 to- 8:30 a. i viyitin? his mother. Mrs. Groover

C. L. Overturf" Jr. Minister n. each sundey over station i Thomas this week and son 'Yilbur l land

Sunday Sunday School 10 I I WRGR, Starke.PENTEC9STAL. his -wife of Gainesville were

a, m., morning: service. 11 a. m., BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday:: visitors.

evening service 6:30: p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning HOLINESS Willis. Thomas and sons of i I

Worship, 11 a. m. Training CHURCH' Titusville spent several davs last II

Grace Methodist Church Lawtey Union, 6:30 p. m. rvening Worship Sunday School 10 a. m.: Morning week with Mrs. Benny Thomas'' I 8(1W .
I I Worship 11 x 3t +
a m.; ErangeUstic and family. w '
Sunday-Church School for all i 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant '
f I services 7:30
40 m. Morning Worship pastor. p. m.
ages a. ; ], ,
I Wednesday Prayer Meeting ....... ? ..?? ? ..
11 a. m.; Evening song and sermon -
service 8 p. m. I HLVGSLEY: LAMB 7:30 p. m.v..nv.n.etv., ; I
WednesdaY-Youth Fellowship MISSIONARY BAPTIST > ,vx ,
......... II
8 .
m.Chimes .
p. .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- T If .....t. .. I i1 ia
are played every Sun- il : fly Mr*. J. L. HtrlrVUiwi C u .' I II
ng TErshlp a.m. Evedng \ -
day morning and evening.: Every- Service 7:30 ...
p.m. Praye Meetinf
one welcome. I ; THE CHURCH FOR ALL. 'I
each 7:30
welcome.Wednesday-Kev. H.p.m.H. Everyone Uott.- Barbara Sue Davis We are sorry to say that Irene .. .,<:,. ALL FOR THE CHURCH .

HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH pastor. .. .. . . . . Padgett is in a hospital in Starke. I The OutcK fa die' frntnt factor on I
Welcome to First Baptist ------&AAA&4&AAAAA& I but glad to report she is some | null for the bwldma of cluncui tad : I

Church Hampton. HI\VAY CHAPEL Rev. Talmadge Polk and sons I better. We wish her a speedy recovery food titutnthip. It na itotthowe of I
SundaY-Sunday School 10 pitttiul nlyn.! Without a aura
a. of Trenton
ASSEMBLY OF GODG. were Sunday luncheon I and hope she can soon be
m.: Morning Worship 11 a. m.; guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. At- home again. e The sight- of a child playing in the sun tionanturrire Church: ,ne' h t.detnocticr Thcresuefoursound' not cmlo I

Training Union. 7 p. m.; Evening M. Osborne, Pastor kinson.Mr.: We were glad to have Mrs. a reflection of Cod's goodness I I teiico* why CTCTT ptnon should at- I

Worship 8 p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- and Mrs. G. H. Chambersof Chism and Edward back in Sun- o tend ICPlCn K(ul 'l,and wPFoet the

Wednesday-Prayer meeting 8 Ing Worship 11 a m. Evangelistic Lake City were Sunday guestsof day School and church with us At such momenta children seem like echoes Church.: Ther Irr:II)for huomn ale. -

p. m. Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clark. .again Sunday. She tells us' she cf God's love. In their own boundless joy, with (2) For hit children'! Mltr. O) For the'

Pastor Rev. W P. McElroy. weekly prayer service. Invita-: Mrs. WE.. Bigham Jr. and has!' had a very nice vacation and !I their- unquenchable enthusiasm, they point taLe of hit community lad nation. (4) '..

FIRST CHRISTIAN tion extended to everyone. children are at the lake home of enjoyed;! her sightseeing trip to the way to truth, love, faith and beauty. .|-FordauakuftheCluardaiudf.wt.ta'me"- kit moral and material IUf1'O CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Whittle of Ohio- chinch ularlf and read
Flan to jo to rtf
Cor. Call Christian CHURCH OF GOD
and ] Jacksonville this week. The Whit- I. Did we make a mistake last It is a way' all of us.can follow. By turn- tout Bible dad,. -
Minister Bob L. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-
: Badgett
tle family is also on vacation : week, or did cur typewriter make to God with a child's"simplicity, by seek-
Sunday-Sunday School. 9:45: tog Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Ing D.y JootapW. tros
there. the mistake? We wonder! We stated Him through the Church, we can emergejfrom
Service. 7:45 YPE j ine ...
Worship. 10:45 Evening m.
am.: ; Youth Services p. H H
Tuesday afternoon Ryv James? for Jhe machine didI!] that ,. standagain in the "s'dar MattW 1-1 ...... ,. .
J union Chi Rho [ 11} Service Wedaesday 7:45 m life's shadowsand ,. ,MoaoaVTundt WJ 0 0" r
up tq p. Temple drove the vacation Bibleschool t1f eviv2l Hfgfiland is to"start ..... .._ ; h Enos 14-IT I
5 p.mChi Rho [11 to 13] 6 pjn.. prayer'Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. group to Lake Butler;! for I I the 11. We should have said 19 .full light of eternal truth ,....NDeociaf isoh Romaae :33Tkm,4ay u was *-!< "

C.Y.F. [14 up] 6 pjn.; Choir LAWTCY an afternoon swim. With the students I instead of 11! We saw some other fndaY l"alml" i-*

practice, 6.45.WednesdayJunior: I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn and teachers there were 55 mistakes in the writing-but too .Find your way to church 4 this Sunday. .tvd' +1 r.u: it H tCoyrgM

Choir practice -I ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv-
to enjoy the occasion
late to correct them. If anyonecan ;
3 pm. ice Saturday 7:30 p. n>.
Saturday, August 8, there will write these notes without "S',If...,., u..lr.k,Sna4.r,.v. t o?;fa'" >I 4
be a bake sale sponsored by the making! so many mistakes, please I j I

4-H Club here in Brooker. All come on and take over I Tr ;c

FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke proceeds will go for redecorationof We had, 59 in Sunday: School I -- -

-- the community center. Sunday. Of course the Interme- I 1 j

Mr. and Mts. G. W. Lairmoreand diates won the attendance ban- Pk-:1- : i: -I:

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor son; of New York and Herbert : ner. We went back' to teachingour L. / Y.w. H

Jefferson Crouse of Kissimmee were Tues- little class of 'Nursery No. 2
and Court Streets In the Heart of Town
day dinner guests of Mrs. Mattie and had 9 in our class not These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 Sowells. counting the teacher. If the class

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kjelley of keeps building we will take the
I Ij
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. -
Bradenton and: Mrs.\ Rosie Kelley banner from the Intermediates -t s

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 PJVf. were Friday luncheon guests of some of these days. Then we will JOHN A. TORODE GREASE
Mrs.. Mattie Sowells. feel we have been growing in GASOLINE

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Laudis Button of Newbejry and< more ways than one. Of the 59 KEROSENELUBRICATION

Mrs. Eedia Connelly of Hauge present tin Sunday School there 7 FUEL OIL -'. DISTRIBUTOR FOR

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU were Sunday afternoon guests- of were 4 birthdays! MINERAL

Mrs. Mattie Sowells. The text' Rev. Chism preached

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Mrs. Matie Sowells returned from Sunday morning was 23 OILS SPIRITS \

I home after a few days visiting her Psalm first verse. This was a very .

I touching inspiring message. We !
were unable to attend Sunday FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES

night. ::= I

We haven't any news this week I

j 't no one helped us, so we can not FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL I
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do any better. If you want to see .
the news in the papers you haveto Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla.. I

help us to. get it there. Hope toro -

better next week. .. -

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Tallaha",.". Florida RALPH HUBBARD
Notice is hereby given that the Bookkeeping and Income TaxService
Trustees of the Internal Improve- .
meat Fund of the State of Florida, Mayor of Starke Store
pursuant to law, will offer for sale
for competitive sealed bid. at 2 p.m.,
M August 11. 1959. the following de .
jcribfd land in Bradford County \
'lorida.. to-wit:
/hIjN Government Lots 7. '9, N% of Junf GEM
NH of 11, Section %0. Township (0.. I
a kd. Sam RosenbergOf & Son
$ South Range 20 East Denmark Furniture ;:.0.
.. ;1. II _1-: t :!-Ii.S: ;; acres.TI'c JEWELRY ;

the advertising Purchaser bill Is and required documentary to pay Starke \ New and Used Furniture

5' I 4 stamps. N. L. WOODBURN I
4S. The sale, if and when made, shall .
be subject to the Trustees! reservingunto -
themselves 73 per cent of theo
per cent of the petroleum thereon -
or thereunder.The .
Trustees of the Internal 1m- FARM HOME
phosphate minerals and metals and EDWA I & J ,
pro\ement Fund reserve the right Market'J
aVx.,.!mY. a1n4b.kvj.n: to reject any and all bids. And Auto Supply
.w. Inc. .
ET ORDER of the Trustees of the Grocery and Supplies,
A'eu-type concrete brings you tomorrow'I highway today Internal Improvement Fund of the t
State of Florida. R
LeRoy Collins. Governor. --.
Attest: Van H. Ferguson Director --
Trustees I. I. Funa
The "feel of the row is good and solio Starting bid $15.00 per acre _
7-9 5t &-1 BROWNLEE
t -- Community State Bank; HARDY '

; ; ; new-type concrete gives you the smoothest ride ever! NOTICE OF IyiTENTION t ,
etke :is hereby given that the J
undersigned, under the provisions of .
no annoying-dipt-no bothersome bumps! The very Chapter 20353 Law of Florida.
Acts will
of 1941
register with the
nature of concrete permits it to be laid truly level Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and -I-

according precise engineering standards-not just New Interstate Highways. I I for Bradford County Florida upon .
pounded into shape. receipt of proof of publication of
are for U.S. defense, to"Newtype this notice'the fictitious name ofDeWitt \ WARREN'SShell SMITTY'S
concrete gives a smooth ride for an
t. C. Jones-Funeral Home under Grocery and MarketLkWSON'S
expected life of.50 years and 'more. There are two That's why concrete >* vital Iff 4 which we are engaged In bust .
good reasons for this: The durable concrete itself the only pavement that can be! en- nt-ps at Starke F1a.Dett ; i Station Barber_ Shop I

supported by a specially designed subbase gives lose C. Jones Services Inc. .
8d tp Jieavy load never Owners,,. J>. O- Box S7I Starke Fla. .. -
even greater load strength; and a new process called L strength.qua assures mobility and Dated .this tab day of July A. D.

"air entrainment" prevents surface roughening from ( fredj flowi> g upply lines for military 1959; at Starke Bradford County. -
winter weather and de-leers. Florida. .
Yet first cost is moderate, upkeep expense is low. emergeDC l& 7130-U-8 28Clrrvil r TERWILL GAR

Good reasons why concrete is preferred for the Interstate C..rt. (.*.(.. C. ..*,., FJorMa GIB BROWNfS GUY ANDREWS -
System and other important roads. lloyt }f.Man. >;} ape Evelyn. i J \ MOTORS
:Maun his wife Plaintiff vs. Key Real :
.. .- Service
i -' )J. Sai-cent Lktendant. Station
PORTLAND CEMENT: ASSOCIATION 1m East CaIIXIbI! [ Drhe. Orlan!" fl riIe \OTICE OF'SHEHRIF'S !SALE Your Authorized Ford Dealer
Notice is hereby given that L P.Reddish. .
A national organization to improve and extend the uses eftoaenU D Sheriff of Bradford I i
County Florida, under and br virtue :
el rrtof ,
a execution ntreto-

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t,. ., ,. ..t S.mville MOb a to talk \waif ,the and daughter Carolyn. Gets Wildlife Officers -1 Wiin'ra my hand and of flcUl Mal\ -
; Company
al Surke Florida this liar of July.
County Engineer and Cotmnis- Mrs. B. A. Shaw of Jacksonville 1959. The perfect tribute to 1
;igne: doe .Hjimnibnd about the To Focus AttentionOn t5t3L)
xV'dik\ on Mazvillets play park. spent the weekend with Mr. and Five RecruitsOne Cl-arles A. Darb- a cherished memory t
Mrs E. C. Lewis. License ViolatorsFlorida Clerk of the Cirrnit Courtit
Things are mo\-DgsO slowly;that enlisted ,r Marion I. Crosby 1
officer and four
By Mrs. C. B. NoUuiMiss Eugene: and Julius Jones have
Deputy Clerk
thc funeral
of the cotnmunlty have Every that
... men National wildlife officers will we con
-J men recently joined 7.o-it-s/o
. decided to volunteer their services leturned to Lady Lake after four duct is
.t" &&& &.4'a' Guard Company B. Camp Bland- -- a source of sustaining
weeks of visiting their'grand- focus more attention on unlicensed -
tnd go ahead on their own as far AOTICK OF nTE%Tlos: solace and spiritual 1
unit for insPiration -
and drilled with
Gloria Anderson of Lawtey : ents ing
and'other relatives.
and licenses freshwater
improperly -
they can. I'm sure that with TO RK ;I8TKR
js.spending _a few days with Miss little more support from the com- Mr and Mrs. Reed Lewis and the first time last week. fishermen and unlicensed r;otie? is hereby given that the to the family. 'E t
fielty Griffis. 1st Lt. Walker E. Wood, Classification boats-for-hire. according to an amlersigited under the proviffnnnr ...
I munity, we can get the county to children visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Chapter 20.933. Laws of F1orlo.. Hundreds of details and economIcally
Mrs. Dewey McPherson and Mrs. help us with it. Kirkpatrick of take Butler, Officer at the State Pris- announcement by the Game & Acts, of 1941. win register I with" the are managed -
on, joined the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and attended to that only a trained and careful
jDscar Wilkinson were Jacksonville Mrs. D. B. Griffis and daufenter Sunday.Mr. company to serve as Fresh Water Commission.New for Bradford County. Florida
Platoon Leader of the Mechanical upon organization can perform when the need
visitors urgent
fresh-water licenses
last Friday. Karen. Mrs. Henry Griffis and and Mrs. Albert Norman fishing receipt of proof of publication of

I f Mrs. Harry Padgett and daughter children, Mrs. Earl Cannon and and son Johnny of Mulberry were Maintenance Platoon. He is a became effective July 1. and Ii( "'Pis IfsEt notice Printing, the Co fi-titlons. under name which of for serving is at hand.DeWITT .
Bonnie visitors in Cal- children Mrs. Gladys Copeland graduate of Florida State University will be honored June 30 I am engaged in
were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and through I bucinea! at S6emple ]
lahan last Monday. I and children and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Mrs.Gordon Jones and daughter ., and has tad two years of act- M Are B., Starke. ..'10\. C. JONES
'Ire duty Arnold 70S E. South I
with the Police. 1960.Widespread
.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and children enjoyed the Carolyn. I Military violations of license St.. Starke, Fla., owner. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
The four new enlisted men are l)attU this zsrd day of July. A J
and family visited in Jacksonville baseball tournament at White- >Ir. .and .Mrs. Carlos Lewis of Glen Moore Lane Gaskins, Calvin requirements by both resident and I,. ;?5S at Starke. Bradford County PHONES: WO 4.260011'0 4-2610

,Sunday night with -Mis. Grace house Monday morning.Mr. Plant City ahd Mrs. Russell Carter I Pace and Floyd Mosley. Moore non-resident fishermen have re- r"I'rlda. Will furnish the highest type seniee at lowest prices sad accept

,HerrickWe and Mis. ,Ray Harris of and son Donald of the State and Gaskins will be seniors at I f I recntly been reported and wild- i'Z-CI-8/1' : ANY life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company,.ft*
are that Mrs. R. C. were guests of Mr. 'Fart visited.Mr. and Mrs. Gordon !SM 'LI. fl.IW! (GIRTSLI'hf.1
sorry life
officers alerted to makea
'md'Mrs. Bradford High School for the are ('01 'T'f"LORID.. payment in part or in full on funeral services. Oousoltatioi
Alfred Harris Buddy !
CJ-.ance has been ill had to and
Jones daughter Tuesday 1959-60 school term. Pace gradu- concerted drive on violators. Louis Nelson. Plaintiff, carries no obligation.
do lo' the doctor last Monday. Dees Sunday.We nIght. \8 SO,8&S:!
ated from BH3 last June. Mosley Licenses are not of .
I required Eddie
are very glad to learn that Lee Battle. rvfendant .
Mve. Randolph Crosby,.Mr. and Friday guests of Mr. and has had two :\UTI '. -
supper years of active duty ( : Of SHKHIKF'S !SILK .
ittle.Bubbie Waters is to be residents who have attained their -
t 5TJJ5..D. B. Griffis and daughter : able !Mrs. Edward Norman were Mrs. with the Infantry and is living Notice is "ert'by.t'n that I. ... -. ..... ..'. -
Karin. at home now after undergoing an now 65th birthday, nor of children under P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford -.
and Bootsie Can-
Mr. Mrs.
Cecil Thomas and children of in I ..
; Middleburg. County Florida,
under and vir- j
appendectomy at the Duval Medial 15 years of age. Servicemen by I ..
fi"n .
family and Mr. and Mrs. ,, ;
and .
Niceville and Mrs. Maggie Normanof Members of Co. B drill all day tue it a writ" of execution hereto.fore :
Center.Mr. stationed in Florida are considered iasurd i ti': _
?ienry.Oliffis.and family enjoyed out of the Small Claims .
4 Gainesville.Mr. .
Sunday in
shimming at Lake Sun- and Mrs. J. D. Bell and preparation for annual residents insofar as licenses to Court Alachua County. Florida in j I

I I pay. Kingsley daughter: Joan were visitors in and Mrs Albert Norman summer field training which will fish ann hunt are concerned. ,levwd the ahme upon the styled following cause, 1 hate', I '
have returned home alter vaca- be held at Ft. Stewart Ga-, Aug. I
DuMa1' Tournament Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. Licenses are required of all Situate lying and being in Bradford -
Wilkinson tion here. I 9-23. County Florida toit: i
and Mrs. Drew
.T11" .11ftxvilJe ,Braves baseball ron-rcsidents except children under nr>(-RipTio> or PROPERTIComnwnee ,
team enjoyed a visit with their son and at the Southwestcorner
battled Monday in White- ; I 15 years of and residents I
I II Farmers Are of land lietonginpr to I/ouis
Jiour t Jo win the tournament, but Mr. and Mrs. Property Sales Total fishing! non-commercially with not Xi-lson in the South Half IS4) 1WHERE

I Mnfor'-mately l lost their game to Earl Wilkinson and family in Social Security Credit. -more than three poles in the coun- ,-f the North"'et Quarter r
Jacksonville and while XW) ) of the Northwest Quart.
Saturday Iran-actions lit Brad-
'itntfa with of 8 to 6. Property
a score .
ty of their legal residence. Any er (X"r Station 85, Township
fT>ny bors: played an excellent there the two families drove to ford County'in the past two weeks some farmers are losing social person fishing outside his home 8 S<>uth. lUnge Z: East ,
Folkston, Ga- and visited friends and run North along the West
totaled $77,050All
ene. makin their -
most of fum-
security credit
by not reporting county is required to have a license :inof la ml of wild L'ul!* Nelson -
bles in the first inning and let [there. transactions are recorded in'I their earnings, according to John no matter what method of 120 feet to the Nortliwetcornef
.MarIeMa walk with 5 Several improvements have. been the Cltrk's office. Pricesare W. of land of the mM Louis
< : away runs, COUnty Spann Jr.. district manager f'shing is use S THE
>J .
mde the Maxville school' ? >-on. thence run West 15:5
but: after that they held their on figured from documentary of the Gaihesvllle social security feet to a point then run South it BEST PLACE TO
:own. They only played 5 innings Everyone that has seen it 'says stamps affixed to the deeds. oifice. This may mean loss of lie feet to the South line of the s BUT A USED CAR?
that it looks real nice inside. The South Half (S5) of the Northwest .
and we all feel certain that if Only transactions! of 'I 1,000 or benefits to a tamer's survivors if THE RIGHT POINT for the Quarter NWU "f the AT VOW'
they had played the usual 7 that former sixth grade classroom has over are mentioned "here- he dies or loss' of his own retirement way you \vrite. Onrme in and 'ML Northwest Quarter (XW. ) ofEeettnn i .w '+i ,d FORD DEALER'S-HlSCARS
.Maxville could have easily been turned into a nicer andlarger leet your favorite ESTERBrtOOK :23.:: T'n.hi Sontn.Hinpe (
very A! USED
John C. Albrecht to Walter H. :: K.vst. thence run Etalnn
cafeteria and office added -
,won the tournament. Baldwin Any farmer who has a profit of Pen. TELEG RAW. said South line of the GIVE you ANEW
tpOn'LIttle Santa Fe Lake
on. The former library and ; South Half (S14 nf the Xorth- ,
KAyd against Whitehouse and z
; $4,500- $400 or more in a year is required went Quarter ( rw.. ) of the r g, .. KIND OF PROTECriOMfi
teacher's will be
tort 15 to 6. Whitehouse and Mar- lounge 'to file a tax return and pay social In T** tli-ralt Court Of Florid Northwest Quarter .SW'.) of WHEN you surf
lietta played and. Marietta won war as a classroom. A couple of -J erry ,Dyal to Berry Dyal. Jr.no s-HJurity taxes. This return must KlKhtlt Jadlrlal Circuit In fta. Section'; 25.: Township 8 Smith "

: with a score: of 9 to 2- After the men have been.out inspecting the ,rnonetry considerations, two be filed even though the farmer For Bradford AO.Coni.tr 1-7In I. Chameur of Range Section>22 25.Ea>Township t. tn the S Point!South of .: .

first two games ,,'atermtlorts't're'' school to see whether or not they acres" near Graham. has rio tax income to pay. Evenif Elizabeth P. Ohifholm. Plaintiff Beginning all lying and bong In *Every A-l Used Car is inspected, reconditioned if neop-
world accept being principaL Fred \!William T -("hishol... Defendant.KOTICKTO the ynuih Half .SH> of Uie
I cut and served to everyone pre- Clayton to Orlando Robfrts a farmer does not have a $400 PPR\R Northwest Quart.r1.. ) of sary, and road-tested. And they're warranted in writing
jfent. All attending the game enjoyed Surely' do hope they will get A lot in'Indian Beach section profit but has: a gross farm Income .The RUt Of Flnttd8'Toy the Xorthw-st Quarter fX\",',, ) by the exclusive now Performance Protection Policy! See
thii nice group of teachers this year. of Santa Fe Lake 4000. I William T. ChiKholni, whose re..i- Range 12:! Hast aTxlonTaining
I ,event very much, and 'of $600 or more he can dinrio' cars with the A-1 sticker at your Ford Dealer Used Car
a will post ofifce address is un- one (1) acre of land more orless
They four I
J eel sure that "with Ed Wilkinson Andrew Harris navs and new Verdine ones.and Eqtiilia Roberts to H. D. Barnes elect to report his farm incomefor .I, ktiow NIYou all lying and "wing in Brad Shopping Cente"FORD
coaching our team next year we Rd. 2-Enon) Valley, Penn.; farm social security purposes.Farmers lOre hereby notified that A ford County Florida
II Dickie Harris spent Sunday in f'omplaint bal:! been filed against As the proi>erty of the above ..
tcnn ea Uy walk away ,with the near Graham $9.200. who have neglected to you in the above named Court named defendant and that on thr i i
1 title. ,He took over only 3 week Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Ira P. Shepard -deceased! by report tarnings fOr social security wherein the Plaintiff Seeks a di- 7th day of September lSS!?. at 17 DEALER
i Sam Harris and family. \"rM'. You are required to file Four o'clock noon. at the South ooor of

J sago and has.-done wonders with Margaret S. Miller I administrator credit lhay'still tio so for 1956 or .h*\\-cr trr other defense. If any. the Court House in Bradford Coun- I
the boys. Little Tony ;.Harris, of Jackson ] to Equilla'Roberts. Tiome on afiv later Sears:: Mr. Spann stated in'tft ffirt"wf thr Clerk of lh. Circuit ty. Florida. I will offer for p\li.
Mrs. yille is spending this week with Courtin aqd or Bradford Coun- and sell] to fe highest bidder for
Doss Higginbotham and corner of Water and Washington that any farmer who wants to report t,,. Florida In hand descril
I on or before the :2S! day cash. the above
the Andrew Harris family. :
daughters. June and Shirley, Mrs. Sts. in Starke, $7,800. I earnings from self-employ- of Ati: uat.! 1!:5S. ami at the same Ur.-P.?rty. as the nrppetty of said ? USED CARS
; IH. R. Kiteore and family. Miss Doss Higinbotham and Raymond Ray B. Sutherland to Francis nvnt should contact the Gainesville time ser\e a copy of the name upon defendant to satisfy said execution.
Kilgore visitors in Jackson' ('u"ftdard.: 18-*. W. First p. n. REDDISH SHEKIFF
]I Fatty Par sh, and Mrs. Charles were Cyril Gla ieux. Jr.. 24 acres in social security office or the Street. Gainesville Florida. Attorney of Bradford County Florida
parrett and family and Miss:; Ele-: vine Monday.J. Wood!lawn section near Lawtey I[Director of Internal Revenue office ', I/r the rUintUf. Upon failure to eruggs.: Carmichael Agra :
anor Johnson of Jacksonville all C- Nolan of Jacksonville visit- for fl. >. to a Octree fro Onfesso will Attornevs for Louis Nelson I IU INSPECTED RECONDITIONED a ROAD-TESTED WAD '
$1.5.08. advice. 'entered arainvt von '/ 4t 8:6: ;
enjoyed an outing at Stricklind'sSunday ed Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mr. and
? afternoon. Mrs. D. J. rarrlsn and familySunday. .
'#' 1' + 'tr
j I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett:>> .
i land family of Jacksonville visited Patty Parrish spent Monday

,I'' JMr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett and with Mrs. C, B. Nolan and sons' in
'family Sunday afternoon. B?1d in. While there they all en-

Wayne Coody visited in Madison jo.'ed going to the baseball tournam -
;'nt in Whitehouse and to Mar-
Sunday with his family.

Mr,,and Mrs.Amos Rollins, and ietta.Mr. \
Son. Ricky of Cecil Field and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and
i and Mrs.
arrived last from . .
Rollins' sisteDiane., of South I family Friday l
1 I the Finland Air Force base in L
i\ Caroline visited Sunday with Mr. d v
and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and Mr. Minnesota. Mrs. Kilgore and children -

and Mrs-, Dewey McPherson will stay in Maxville while "
Pete Wilbanks. Sidney Well- Mr Kilgore will l serve 18 months

hau Dave Misses d-ity in Guam. V
} en. Coverrtale and -
l < Rosfe.Alary Wellhausen :and Mayville Wins Two Games
The Maxville Braves baseball Iff
Jen-el North all
I enjoyed a pleasant '
team the Baldwin Indians
I played
; evening at Gold Head Branch
l last Thursday and won by a score
State Park last Sunday. .
!airs. Fannie Griffis visited at of 10 to 5. On Friday they played

Whitehouse> and won 12 to 11. Ed
the WoodstocK church in Jacksonville rr
Wilkinson. ceach and Mrs, Bootie .
Monday night. ;
and ;! Cannon and Mrs Ed"Vfilkin-
I Mr. Mrs. Joe Padgett of
son carried.the P Y<<7S.tQ Baldwin ar.r
j Ii; 'Jacksonville visited Mr, and 'Mrs.i
i !'Harry Padgett and family Sunday and Whitehouse and enjoyed the r
Afternoon. fame very much. Patty Parrish THROWCANS.1 7"'

,Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rollins and also!' attended the game in Baldwin '

son Ricky, of Cecil Field former Thursday. .
of i Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
(residents Maxnlle. will be t
.transferred: to California the last I I children and Mrs. Hattie Nolan

of-! August. We wish them good were visitors in Jacksonville Mon-

lurk in their new venture. day afternoon.Mr. -

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and and Mrs. George Johnson t t t tt-f
and family of Jacksonville were
:family of Jacksonville and Mrs-
Griffis supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. J
Fannie enjoyed an outing
I Dcss Hicginbotham! an family Saturday -
'*t Kingsley Lake Sunday after- I
s noon. night.
"Ben Higginbotham and Ray- Jimmie and Loxie Carter and

mond Kllgorc attended races at Miss Evelyn Smith of Jacksonvillespent

,Speedway Park Sunday afternoon. last weekend with Mr. and .

t Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mundy of Mrs. W. J. Bell and family.Mr. .

'Ocil Field visited with Mr. and and Mrs. T. R. Pringle of ROYA.

i ''Mrs. Lonnie Harris and family'niday' Jacksonville spent Sunday with rtM
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell.

*rMrs. Bernice Garrett and fam- Eugene Bell accompanied by r

'UT of Jacksonville were Sunday R. E. Jones of Baldwin<; attended

an P. FA.. breakfast at the ,
.dinner Mr.
guests and Mrs. x... < :
'Doss Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonvillelast
Higginbotham and family. ,
Miss Eleanor Johnson of Jack- Wednesday nforning., whichas

t :ton vine spent the weekend with ;;- sponsored by the Fla. Ford ..

'IM:. and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamand Tractor Company for the State '

: daughters.Rev. Officers of the F. F. A. : :12 t FULL! ;OUNCES

.' and Mrs. Ulysses! Crews :Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and daugh-

'and family of Macclenny spent ter. Alene. and their houseguest, \

Sunday afternoon with Mr- and Harriett Stanley of St. Augustine, .

:Mrs Griffis. Rev. Crews has re- spent Tuesday with Mrs. Junior :.

'cently taken over the Maxville Gcolsby and family in Baldwin. '

Church' of Christ and conducts Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sweat and iIPOPULARe

meetings each Sunday now. family of Maccenny:ite Sunday f

Joseph Thompson was visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie .
In'' Jacksonville Monday. Sweat end famflv.

:Mr. and Mrs Buddy Bradshaw Miss Gloria Higginbotham and

Jacksonville spent Sunday with Trtnmy Baker of Jacksonvile, and :
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Mr- and Mr<:, Junior Goolsby and TlI! FLAVORS
family. son of Baldwin visited with Mr ,

Mr. and Mrs. George Brown arm Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family N

'and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris last Tuesday.WWWWWWWWWVWWWWWWWWVWWWWf. r

were visitors in Jacksonville Sat- 1

lirday. ORANGE; .BRAKE .
*, Oscpr Harris Kyle Cannon and '

Lucas RISING .,'. -4 '
'Joe made a trip Into Jack- -
f, 'l r kl is ti
By Mrs. Gordon ,Jones

Little Reeda Lewis spent the .
last of the week wilh her grand-

1 mother.Brooker. Mrs. C. S. Atkinson of I \ ? ASK FOR ITAT .

Mrs. Cecil Thomas and chil-

REPAIRS Iren of NlceviUe and Mrs. Maggie ",.e'" : YOUR FAVORITE DEALER/

,, All Work Guaranteed NArraan Gainesville! visited Mr. ; f_

A... C. Williams: end Mrs. E. C. Lewis Saturday. ,
dinner guests ol Mr. Gild
142 Call St.
Mrs. Eddie Norman were Mr. and oJ
Starke, Fla.rmerly Mrs. Thurman. Jones of Lady

|? Roberts Jewelrj Lake:Mr,and:Mrs.< Herbert Nor- STARKE COCArCQLA BOTTLING COMPANY

I mn! and children of OfcUwaha:
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} ........... .... .....................t several cancellations. The fee is So. Starke. Fla. and Mt. Zion A. Enoch Allen, pianist. All choir office hours A t the school during I I! this week that her son Charles I[and Miss Mrs-Ruby Leland Bedenftaugh Bedenbaugh.and \vu-
be in the this time. who is stationed in with -
600. write and enclose a check M. E. Church. Lawtey, Florida members are asked to Europe I' son Bedenbaugh of Hampton
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ', to' NEGRO GIRLS' CAMP, WMU died in Ocala. Florida last week. an'e-room at 10:55.: B. T. Uat Infant Rites held the U. S. Army had attended a I I attended the openhouse and
I OFFICE 206 BAPTIST BUILDING He was a gospel minister for 6 P. M. President Hunt is askingall Graveside services were held on Boy Scout Assembly in Denmark.Mrs j I
CITIZENS BRADFORD COUNTY ;. to attend and bringa last week at J. J. Brannen was taken housewarming Sunday at the Bay-
OF JACKSONVILLE 2, FLA. Be I many years and loved by all thepeople members Wednesday morning :
sure to bring your bed linens, I of Starke who knew him. new soldier. Evening worship at Santa Fe Cemetery for the Infant to Bradford County Hospital in'': less Highway home of Mr. and
By Ozora SheD towels and wash cloths, comb and'I I We have information that the 7;'))0 P. M. Pastor Vinson in ion of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade I Starke on Friday last week for j!than Mrs. Frederick 100 guests: Watterson.attended during More
&I. comfortable shoes'|funeral was held last Tuesday at charge. To all these services you ,cf Hampton. Born Sunday, July treatment. !1
.& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& toothbrush the afternoon and many nice
--- wash clothes to wear in camp. i I St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Ocala. are cordially invited Mrs. Pauline !26. at Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Green of Andrews j receh'ed.l'OVLL .
Laid To"She'sleeps Rest She was a member of Sons and Dress clothes at night. Bring your Florida, local pastorofficiating.. Marshall, reporter I in Starke the baby was named Ind. are visiting here with I i gifts were

my beloved sleeps.I,I Daughters of Levi Heroines of Bible, a pencil and a happy disportion. -"Expressions and florals were sent Allen Chapel AME Church Gregory William He died on Tues Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and

The late Mrs. Ethel Jeanette 'Joricho. Ruth Court No. 18, American Some cooking out will!from the Bradford County Church Allen Chapel AME Church Rev.L. day. July 28.Announces :Mrs. Ina Knight while on a vaca-
Wil-I LOVE tte
new Cstei
Legion Auxiliary and oth- served by the late Rev. Richardson. Engagement trip! to Florida.:
liams was laid to rest be done. Bring metal or plastic ;: Sampson, pastor will hold
the family church yard of the I er community groups. She was interdenominational plates, cup k' ife, fork and spoon. j regular Trustee Day on Sunday Mrs. Phil P. Bashaw of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. M L. Watterson, i brook pone-size fountain pens la
Bennington Community in Ala- in her com- ,If you want to sleep out bring ,t ti CHURCH NEWS starting with Sunday School at announces the engagementand Mr and Mrs. K. B. Watterson I
chug County. She was the eldest' munity work and will be greatly i two blankets. Boys should not Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 10:00 A. M. 11:00 A. M. message approaching marriage of her Mis. Jessie Chastain Mr. and pastel shades Only $3.09 at Bradford

daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.I' missed for her services to com- : plan to arrive to camp before 1U II Bethlehem Freewill Baptist by the pastor or appointee, evening daughter. Joyce Ann Perry to Mrs. D H. Crawford and children. County Telerraph

Jake Brown, Gainesville, Florida. munity charity. She was indeeda I!A. M. August 10th. girls shouldnot Church Rev. L. McKay observed service at 6:00: P. M. Let's begin Donald Spencer May. son of Mr. Mr and Mrs. Lcaston Wynn, Mr.
She moved to Starke in 1941 and person who loved her fellowman :- arrive before 10:00: A. M. annual Women's Day on last Sun- making plans for the Tri. and Mrs. Wilson F. May of Gainesville ." i
became the wife of, Amos Williams and was concerned about his I August 17th. Camp will close on I ricy starting with Sunday Schoolat State Convention which will be and grandson of Mrs. Hor-
during the same year she welfare. "Sleep on Ethel and take ,August 22 after breakfast. For 9:00 a. m. Mrs. B. J. Lennon held at Edward Waters College ace May and Mis. Minnie Mar-
Joined Mt. Moriah Methodist your rest we loved you but God further information you may write teacher, at RJE was guest teacher next week. We hope as many canny of Hampton.
Church and served faithfully; loved you best." Staff reporter. Mrs. Elizabeth Provence, Youth 1 during the Sunday School hour. members as possible will attend.E. Miss Perry the daughter of the t Factory Prices

even during her illness and she Baptist Camp j i Secretary. i ij Morning afternoon and evening J. Givens reporter. late Charles Thornton Perry,
was crowned for excellent serviceIn The Woman" Missionary Union Nursing ScholarshipThe La wtPy. Florida Visitors
j !services were held. Dinner was graduated June from Gaines-
the church. She served on the -il' sponsor camp for two weeksat t\ Bradford County Chapter I served: on the grounds. Guests Mrs. Alberta Williams has enjoyed ville' High Scchool. Mr. May is a 4J One Quart FREE With Eachor

,Stewardess Board, Women's Society Florida Normal & Industrial ''of the National Foundation is I from Jacksonville and other local the recent visit of her 1958 graduate of Gainesville High Gallon One you buy
For Christian Service and Memorial College St. Augustine, hurches daughter: Martha and children. and has been
proud to announce Joan Jenkinsas were present. A very serving in the navy
Choir No. ,L She was proprietorof Flnnda starting August 10th for I the first winner of a $2,000 I ondeful day filled with the holy Horace Jr., Shirley Teresa and since that time. He is now stationed MARY
restaurant; ", in Reno for many the boy and August 17th for :scholarship from the National spirit was enjoyed by all. The order Ftoine of Live Oak. Fla. While in Jacksonville attendingthe CARTER PAINT STORE
year and was noted for her delicious guls. Plans are; being made to accommodate ,' i of services for the week will here: she enjoyed learning to swimat Navy Aviation Electrician 501
meals by both races. She 125 persons during !-remain I' the same during the summer Lake Whitamore. School- N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588

leaves to mount her,loss a devoted path week. Reservation should i follows The wedding will be solemnizedat
[year and this is based on population as : Monday night
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husband, Amos Williams 5 broth- : have been made by August 1st. .yyyyyyyyyy.
and scholastic: average. 7:30 P. M. Faithful Few Club 8 p. m. Friday evening. Aug.
ers, 3 sisters and a host of other Don't give up it you are interested I' 7:30 14, at the
Joan Jenkins ranked second in' Tuesday : P. M. Choir rehearsal Wesley Community Thafs Our Business
sorrowing relatives and friends. I in attending there may bit I 7:30 HAMPTON Church in esvil1e. II
her class of 38 members and met I Wednesday P. M. Prayer Gaii All friends
all other qualifications for this meeting. Friday 7:30 P. M. Prayr and relatives are invited to the u It's Glass We Bare Iii I

grant She has selected Florida II Band I Can Circle every first By Airs. D. E. HID ceremony, and reception followingin CALL WRITE or VISIT
BEREALLY A & M University School of Nurs- and third Saturday. Alary McBride Thomas Hall next to the
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I ing. Tallahassee, Fla. which is' reporter. church. Joe Peters Glass Co.
considered one of the best in the i Antioch Baptist Church School Fa -Liftinc Personals

I>- slate and nation for four years of:' Antioch Baptist? Churcn Rev.' Nearly Completed George suoh# entered University NEED
study. She will receive $$50000 With the 1959-60 school term Medical Center In Gainesville FOR ANY GLASS
George W. Lee, pastor held i
regu-I Fronts
REFRESHED! annually. Guidance to this venture -i ular) communion service on Sunday beginning three weeks from next on Tuesday last ,week and under- We Design Modem Store
was proviaed by Mrs. F. S. starting with Sunday School, Monday on August 31, workmenarc went a tfvroat'' operation on Fri-' Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Pierce, sponsor of the class. Mrs. fupt. Clarence Williams ip charge.A busy at Hampton Elementaryschool day.Weekend Table Tops
Charles F. Dinkins, Chairman of !! members are asked to plan finishing a summer repair visitors at the G. P. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. Z-4S53
the Bradford County Chapter is now to attend the Federation on and rejuvenating of the school Wadsworth home last week were
especially proud of this accomplishment the third Sunday August 16th at building.) Mrs. Enzie Morrow and Mrs. J. --
!i at RJE and for the fine Antioch Church Rev. E. D. Robinson New wiring of the entire school, H. Day of Plant City and Mrs. -

leadership that has been providedin president, Bertis Robinson, with flourescent lights for all Morrow's son and daughter-in-law
the March of Dimes duringthe secretary. The third Sunday in rooms, was scheduled to be fin- Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Morrow and COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

past years by Mrs. Leona M July! was voted as vacation Sundry ished on Tuesday this week. family of Clinchfield. Ga., and .
Royal who is the aunt of this win-i due to the Sunday School andB. Painting: all the school rooms Inside Mr and Mrs. Thomas Wadsworthand Pruning Cavity Work

ner. Other students interested in' T. U. Convention. Calling all I was begun on Monday, following family of BunnelkDn Friday *. Bracing Tree Removal
mmtngt'ducation may apply. I' members and those wishing to preliminary plaster patch- last week Mr. and Mrs. G. P. r. De-Mossing Transplanting

v Now that we have started winninglets kin to be present at Antioch ing etc inside"already: completed.New Wadsworth drove to Bunnell forth ,
1 1tt keep it up and see what happens fail not! tile has been laid on the ir grandson's birthday celebra- : Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S

New Bethel Baptist Church floors of the lavatories, and the tion. "
ola wood-burning range in the kitchen Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chauncey
Guest Columnist New Bethel Baptist Church Rev.A. TREE SURGEONSPETE
has been moved to make
moved Monday from Mrs. Jessie
Mrs. Elizabeth J- Givens manager Vinson pastor will hold regular
I of Reno Theatre and teach-' pastoral services on Sunday start. room for a new gas range to be Chastain's house to their former
installed before the opening of home in West Palm Beach. SAPP, Owner
of Special Education will receive -: ing with Sunday School. Milton
1 jer I the news for the week end- I EUerson superintendent in school. Visiting here last week with STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
t The outside trim of the build- Mrs. Jessie Chastain was her sister -
August 13th. Persons wishing I[charge. This new young leaderis Palatka Fla.
ing I P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 ,
ing was painted before last school Horace Douglas of High
;ito release! news will please take asking all parents to come and
home term was over, and much of the Springs. AGENTS -
Bring plenty / it to the Reno Theatre by 4 p. m. bring your children to Sundae. -
I 10th if you wish School so that they can learn shrubbery trimmed back. Addi- Mrs. Nita Johnson, her sister, Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617
; .' of COKE Monday, August I tional clearing and cleaning of the Mrs Iva Bowden of ''Macon, Ga.,
: i if, to appear in the above dateline more about the Bible together. We Gainesville, Fla. Ocala. Fla.
'issue. All church reports and clubreporters I I plan to start promptly at 9:30 A. school yards is now being done who has been visiting here with Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
I by J. W. Bedenbaugh, school cus- Mrs. Johnson for two weeks, and
: cooperate. each Sunday. Remember we
SIGN; OF GOOD TASTE are urged to 1M. Tree Call Our Agent
For Expert Surgery
.... thanks. .Your editor. have Sunday School and B. T. U. todian. Buddy Singleton left Tuesdaythis
Many I I every Sunday. Morning worshipat Principal J. C. Hobbs began two week for several days' visit FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.
CcrrtffM MM f"> C"O. Cod Coirpany "Co e"is aroistered trademark Local Minister Dies 11:00 A. M. music by choir No. weeks' vacation on Monday of this to Ft. Myers. 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 43965:
t' .1.-1' der authority ef The Coco-Cola Company by I S. W. Richardson
I Rev. ,
Church, I. Mrs Margaret DeSue, president week and will not have afternoon Mrs. Louise Manire had word
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