Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 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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Xonge, Julian C (I/

.. 11'. Library Fla HistonrBRADFORD .



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t Time City Opens Bids Keystone Estates Streets'

'N .: To! I IGo On $$425,000i i I i Refused By. Commissoners

4wr A-i
r In Revenue Bonds I .I Y- +FiL. .

7 To ;.1 a { Developer Says
Bids on the sale of $425.000 in '." Police Charge Four Teenagers

: revenue bonds are now being advertised (!;D; $500,000 Tied Up
Work for opening on Sept 9, s, -

V City after Council a resolution Tuesday was night.passed by I :. .:t. With Thefts From Car LotsFour By Board ActionGeorge

The bond money will pay for .Ln.k ... .
! ti construction of the city's natural Stark youths were arrested ,Sreat said Coley admitted hav- D Woods wealthy uveloper --

gai distribution system and for by city police officers on Lni; a companion on the night of of Keystone Estates .md.

fb the conversion of the power plant Sunday and Monday and were the theft and when the second the! Bradford Board of County
s to the use of natural gas. I '; t charged with stealing hubcaps youth was questioned he implicate Commissioners were at odds; this

J The bonds will be of $1,000 denomination b :. : and tools from two local car lots twp other juveniles.The week after the Commission refused -

4 and will mature serially 1 = j a service station add a parked Chief said two of the ju- to acccepi $26000 worth. of
truck. !' street paving in the Key,;tareproject.
in venUes
numerical order on June admitted stealing hubcaps
wT I of each year beginning in 1962 Three of ths boys are juveniles I from Tenrillegar Motors and Noe- -

?r.d ending in 1988. The first year I! ,Snakes, Snakes, Snakes! and have been turned over to j gel's car lot on August 13. He Woods angrily denied! that!: ;!u-

only $5.000 will be due. but the j Juvenile Court. The fourth 18- | *irt one of the boys led him to Board had c\er said uiu..im, '

T 1 T amount will increase to $10,000 The rattlers are really crawling these days. This Bradford ver-old Tommy Lee Coley was two spots outside of town where about paving the streets ft.', II, '! i, '

: each year for the following 10 :' County specimen isn't as big AS some that have recently been te'eased from county jail Wed- !the stolen articles were hidden.I to State Road Board ;>spent' < -

years jump to $15,000 each yearir"m killed around the state, but he is big enough and was dangerous nesday evening after posting $250 I
; 1974 to 1978 and then Increase enough to make anybody's hair stand on end. bond on a charge of petit larceny. I'' articles! found in Coley's car and "These streets are built bpfci!

: to $20,000 in the next five This snake was killed last Friday on a dirt road leading to Officers Police Moore Chief Riley Sweat said a tool! box tire and wheel and than any I have seen in Sturk '
I years. From 1984 to 1987. $25.000 Overstreet arrested. -
Miscellaneous items said tt> have Woods said. built
are .1"4
the Graves Dairy Bill Kelhi [center] spotted the snake and
Coley i
on suspicion after'
will be due each year, and the tb en stolen from an unidentL'ied rcrdirit to Federal Huu&um An
final payment in 1988 will be ran over him but the big boy just flattened out in the soft they found him parked on a street :;truck. ministration Mandards If tin
30000. sand ruts when Bill hit him. The make. then crawled on off between Noegel's car lot and Tll- I >
Sweat said! he hoped the owner are god enough for the FICA uii. ,
the road. leys! Service Station on North
I Other matters handled by the j of the truck would discover the shouldn't they be good enon _h t lorttie
: Bill enlisted the help of two fellow employees and the Temple Avenue Sunday night.
+ !council included : )
x i a : Sweat said lfss of the articles and come forward county rommi-v ioniis' I u nlthcve
a follow-up investi-
.. Turning over the Fire Under- search was on. gation to claim them. people plans. and s>pmf a-
on Monday led to the find-
witer's Code to Chief Dwight Omar Brayton [right] located the snake again and Ray ing of a tool box fire extinguisher -j t All four of the suspects will have tions on the streets and the*
Carpenter for his study and his Harper [left] used a 30-30 rifle to finish the Job. The snake 1a! didn't tay anything. I a'.k''' and other articles in Coley'scar hearing before Juveuile JudgeT.
<= y t1 r y 'tt..vh opinion on its adoption. carried 13 rattles, and was 4 fet 7 inches long them to send an engineer f ,'
t r e trunk. The items were said A. Yawn next Tuesday. The :
Decision to mow the propertyon here wnile they were being bUll!.
which the city has a sewer The Telegraph has been deluged just west of the B. Thomas to have been stolen from Tilley's I'I juveniles were released in custody tut nobody ever showed up. Now
with snakes all of them Service Station the previous night. cf their parents.
king Lumber Co. on US 301 South
Football practice got under May at Bradford High Monday crossing Madison Streetat rafter I've invested $26.000 in painr \ -
Alton Road.Payment sized and dangerous within when they found the, snake. They
morning. At the bottom Coach Leonard Starke they don't want to accept
Register greets the Girl
recent weeks. Unharmed
of Patrolman Johnnie had killed a four-footer the pre- Escapes ;them."

32 boys who responded| to first practice rails with a few wellchosen Burden of $50 expenses incurred The total rose to five Wednes vious day only about! 100 feet ; Woods said he had over half a

uviriN of welcome, encouragement and warning of bard when he attended the Florida day morning when a five and one from the same spot. From Yellowstone Earthquake million dollars committed to the

work to come. Sheriff's: Bureau crime laboratoryfor half foot rattler and two four- The snake parade ended (or Keystone development and bycouldn't

The grid hopefuls then headed back to the study. Barden foot Moccassins presentedfor perhaps Just slowed down for a
fiehlhouse to spent his vaca- were; Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan of University of Florida, said she get FHA financing to
check out some' equipment. In second picture Coach rave tion time at the lab. Council inspection and picture taking. while) when Edward W. Aiken of Starke have 'help him sell any of the eight
Hurve makes a shoe change for Larry Elder who found the first Chairman T. C. Hazen commended The rattler, killed by Leroy Ay- Starkp brought in the two moccasins received a radio-tel- had been stranded in test Yellowstone !homes he has built so far until

pair a little too tight him for taking the extra cox colored employee of David before Leroy Aycox hada egram from their their daughter :Mont. by the severe i, the Commission accepts the
interest Canova. was not tte chance to Margaret Rose earthquake of Aug. 17 that has'
in his work. as big as remove the rattler who has been streets and agrees to htndle future
Gave permission to members of cne killed in Union County by from the field of competition. already claimed at least 18 lives.:[
working during the summer in maintenance:: of th*>m"They've .
Jaycees Plan Rally At CourthouseTo the Airpark Baptist Church to Starke teen-agers Edwin Johnson Aiken got his pair on the New Yellowstone National Park. She is employed by the Haynes'Gift got me over a barrel"
sing and make announcements in and Robin Coley two weeks ago,, River Road while on a Wednesday Miss Duncan I Shop Old Faithful Yellow
a senior at the stone .he: saia. "I'm holding the bag and
the city about their coming re- but he still rated as a whopperin morning fishing trip. He said his Park Wyo.Education !
I havto do what they want If
Climax City Election Campaigning viva 1. anybody's book. Aycox said car got stuck and he spotted one Stolen Car Found ]1 1 *hey will just notify me what they
the big snake would weigh at cf the snakes when he got out to Association will
,' want I do it so we can get<<
I Local Couple least 20 pounds. look over the situation. He hunted In Sumter Holds First started out here again. 1 knov. I
Canova aand Aycox were clear.. ,something-to'kill the moc with CountyJ. MeetingN
Starke Jaycees are planning to will make brief speeches. i have to do things the way they
climax city election campaigningwith Goldwire said the candidates Claims $700,000 ing underbrush around some sapling -, and when he came back he found C. Sapp's car, stolen Wednesday The Bradford Education Association -'\want, but they ha\.*ever told
giant political at the would be trees Canova, had planted I the second one a few feet away. held its first- of J krio'
n rally limited to three to five noon _from_ Jefferson SL;-"ia meeting me anything pn't anything -
csurtlamseen,wFriday'night: minutes in which to give a resumeof In Stiff back ''home with, W yne'8_ skate(the<< year last Monday with President I about FP spec1f'"l? 0n.s.

Scpt. 4, just before the election. their platform and solicit sup Damage Southside School -Nears Completion and, a bpshel* of pears intact. J. C. Hobbs presiding.The Nnbody ever mentioned tHem tome

Committee Chairman Ray Gold- port. There will not be a quest- ; Apparently the thief abandoned invocation was given by' before.

wire said the group tentatively ion and answer period. An accident damage suit claiming the car on a side road near Bush- .James L. Temple and was follow i Woods said County Road Fxjre-

plans to block off Court Streeton The Jaycees are planning the more than $100.000 was filed Many New Faces Among Teachers nell. It was found parked crosswise -) 'ed with a business session and ai i i man R- E. Jones had looked over
the East side of the court- rally! in hope: it will create last in Circuit Court here last week.I of the road with the key in! 'program featuring speakers L. H. the streets after they were built

house and provide a public address minute enthusiasm and turn outa Charlie and Lola Seeding.: the car, the battery! dead, front I! Gibson James L. Tsjmple and and seemed satisfied with them on
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; system mounted on a truck larger-than-ever-before voting Starke residents, filed the suit on: Six white and four Negro schoolsin A large number of new teacherswill I wheels out of alignment but.1; Harmon Morgan. :j iti'p whole.
platform from which candidates crowd election day. Sept. 8. officers
on August 12 against Lillian Cummings the county will start tne 1958- be introduced to the county; otherwise apparently unharmed. I I In addition to Hobbs !, "There was just one section"

MAYOR'S COURTCases Creek I colored of Starke and 60 term under a full head of system this year. They include: j Sumpter County neriff M. H.t'j 'for the coming year are: Edna' about 50 feet long that he seemed
I Clearing Charles Henry Cummings of Palm steam on August 31. School Su- Bradford High Carlton Koch Bowman notified Sheriff P. D.jl Heart vice-president; Mrs. Lillian'to object to. I told him I.Jonf'sl 1I

handled in Mayor's Court I I I Beach Fla. The Beedings asked perintendent H. P. Morgan said phys -instructor and coach; Reddish Friday night that the car Bridges secretary; Hazel Harrell, rould: get it fixed the way he
'Should Begin I$50.000 damages against each of thfs? week that cafeterias will be Ray C. Reddish, English; Tal- had been found and he reported to treasurer; and Directors Bruce vrnted. I'd like him to at least

Monday morning were: the defendants because of per- operating, and full daily sessions maage E. Mullis English and Mrs. Sapp Saturday morning.I I Rosen Mrs. Loca Whitten Mrs. 'icept the street the houses are

Manuel Pope disorderly conductby i Before Longi manent injuries suffered by Mrs. will be held from the first day on. journalism; Lawrence T. Oglesby The thief has not been found. Cleo Andrews, Mrs. Eva Ander- or so I can get FHA approval.
fighting $27.50 bond forfeited. Bceding in an accident on Aug. Morgan said he exptceed only a industrial arts; Peter Fresned Mrs. This' project is at a standstill"
i son and Lillian Barnes. Mrs.
Frank Good"ine reckless driv- I County Commissioner H. A. 12, 1957. and $10,000 for expenses slight increase over last year's Spanish; Miss Sybil Jones, social Season Football Francis Hamilton is the immediate Woods then telephoned Commissioner -
;j incurred by her husband in car- attendance figures.All ) studies; Richard "Jockel, science H. A. f Buddy I Bishop
ing. $27.50 fine suspended and !Buddy Bishop. Jr. said this' ;! big for her since that time, and work will not be completedon ; Phillip Goldhagen. history; I Tickets On Sale : past president. i,Jr. and asked Bishop to let him

put on probation for 30 days. I w"'k that Alligator Creek would j i for the loss of their car. the new Southside Elementary Macs .Leah Button ninth grade enow just exactly what the Board

Wilford Cline Dietz reckless lie cleared and widened in the: j The suit alleges that Heir School but If things go accord- general science; Miss Patti Carl- Season football tickets to five I Recreation Director ranted

driving by excessive speed, $27.50 j *' future. DuPont has son, speech and English; Roy D. home of : Bishop contacted Clerk Charles
n: ar Company |Cummings was the owner of a car ing to present plans the class- games the Bradford High t Sets Adult Swim Class
bond forfeited. {agreed to do the dragline workon ; ''that was recklessly and carelessly rooms and cafeteria will be readyto Ackers social studies; Miss Joan Tornadoes went on sale Wednes- Daiby and Road Foreman Jones

the cleaning job if the city and[ 'I driven by Lillian Cummings into handle some 180 children on Rowe. junior high social studies; day at noon. They may be pur- City Recreation Director Bob aud asked that they expedite! a

Social SecurityA county will clear right-of-way rthe;] Beeding auto while it was opening day. Morgan said work- Miss Marlyce Roddy, English and chased at Tha Telegraph Koch's i t Benner, has planned an adult set of specifications to the Keystone -
stopped at the intersection of SR ers would begin moving desks and history Miss Nancy Ertle, homemaking Drug Store, from Nina Andrews at shimming class to be held at developer.

representative of the Gaines- ?long the creek banks. 16 and SR 229 on the date of the cafeteria equipment into the new ; and Miss Marjorie Coe, BHS or from any member of the I|Strickland's Landing Kingsley Darby and Jones then started

vMe Social Security Office will be I Bishop. said County Road Foreman accident. school early next week. He said exceptional children. football team. Lake beginning Wednesday Sept.
in Starke at the Court Room of I R. E. Jones and City Street that the children would be pro- (Hampton] Mrs. Eloise H. Pitts!. Adult tickets are $5.50 and student -I 2, and running through Sept. 17. preparing an excerpt of specifications -
from the State Road Department's -
the Court House at 9:30: A. M. on ( Fo-eman S. R. Hicks would work Police Praised vided for if anything prevented, sixth: land seventh grades; Miss : tickets are $3.00. Savings The hour long sessions will be 1959 manual Stand-

Thursday, August 27 1959 for the !ion* an agreement on the work th. Southside cafeteria from being Annette Green fourth and fifth; : can be realized by the purchasers I'for: men and women who want to aa Specifications for Road on and

purpose of conducting social security -I that will be done by their crews. i ready to handle the young diners. Mrs- Mary Wasdin second and in either case because single game learn the fundamentals of swimming -
Bridge Construction.A .
business. Any questions j i Since only a small section of the For Rescue Work "We will either send food over third: Mrs. Lily Barnes, first; and tickets will cost students and Benner said. He asks that

concerning Social Security can cr-ck is within city limits it is from the Starke Elementary cafeteria Mrp. Marilyn' McCall, exceptional adults $1.25 at the gate. Studentsin those interested mail a card to quick look at the state requirements

be answered. : expected that the county bulldozer j Mayor W. TJackson received or bring the Southside children coildren- the fourth game and under will Bob Berner City Recreation Dir- for sand-clay base

I w:11 handle most of the work of f \a letter this week from the US to eat'at Starke Elementaryif Lawtey] Mrs. Bethma Estes. be admitted to games free when j E:*or, P. O. Box 1146, Starke. roads and the set of plans furnished -

Master Mason Degrees clearing a path for the DuPontdragline. Geological Survey, thanking the the new one isn't ready" Mor- Starke Elementary] Mrs. Betty accompanied by their 'parents- Florida. by Croasdell and Co engineers -

'I Starke police for their help May gan said. "But I am quite sure Ham. and surveyors on the Key-
,Worshipful Master Carl Hurst The work was necessitated byI ,,14, 1959 when a test well in Key- we won't have to go that trouble." Southside Elementary) Mrs ,stone job, showed a similarity inIcnnstruction

announced that Eradfoid Lodge I heavy rains the city and county stone Heights collapsec killing He said that pupils for the Jeanette Allen and Mrs. Pamela I requirements.

Degree Team will confer Master i, have suffered in recent months.I one man and trapping another. Southside school would come fromthe i Tu rney, Darby said he had received

Mpson degrees upon three candi- I The creek has not been large enough .j The letter which was signed by general area of the.school, including RJE High Miss Mable Chris- :letters from Woods asking about

dates Monday night. Aug 24. Dinner to handle the extra amoun acting:( director Arthur S. Baker. Bradford Heights, Bes-, tim: English. Lhe paving project but the let-

wiil be served at 6:30: pm. i:of water and flood conditions re- n" referred to the tragic death oft sent'Road SR 100 South and the ters had always arrived lit an off

:suited' on city streets on at leastI (, Cameron Dixon of Gainesville school bus routes.handled by Russell I date and had to wait'eraJ days
: City
t ,I Pone occasion. whose body was buried 35 deep, Hornsby, Mrs. Vesta Myrick Reappoints mtil the Commission met and

FOOTBALLSEASON I and the rescue of James B: Foster and Mrs. Etta Faye Hill. vas able to consider them.
I Two Women To r
!First Grade Registers who was trapped in sand up to Each of the six rooms at thschool e

his armpits will hold 30 pupils and each -
TICKETSNOW !Aug. 25th At Lawtey Starke police helped direct traffic room will be assigned to one of Local Boards -rf -. James A.Lewis

at the site on SR 21 where the grades from one to six Morgan h ref

ON SALE AT I Registration for first gradersaid. ) volunteer workers from Clay Hec- said. Because of the exact: Mrs. E. A. Hall was reappoint- Il.. : ., .,_____ '" {Qualifies For
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transfer students at Lawte3I r -i: .. ::-.a.
tric and US Naval Station at number of pupils required in each I cd to the Board of Adjustment :;:t:
Koch' Drug Store I Junior High will be held Aug. 25,-'Green Cove took turns: r _.. t --. J r
Springs thp
: ( ;group Morgan said it would be: and Mrs. William Epperson to .J, \'i ElectionJames
The I between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.. first t digging for six hours before the! at this date to r .-- ...* - -- City
Telegraph impossible saj Recreation Committee by City : ....;( .
Or may be purchased from I grade teacher Mrs. E. A. Eubanklarnounced :s body of Dixon was found. exactly which children would ,OJ Council Tuesday night i." _or.-.o l;; ',' '-""' "_, .
I this week. "' : .' ,;= ,', ::4--":' ,;. ..:i A. Lewis qualified Tuesday
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would not attend the new schooL'the '! .
Mrs. Nina Andrews at Both Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Epper .,.' i'< ..r- ,;
| Mrs. Eubanks also said that th<< .. 1 .-_ __. just noon as a candidate for
IHISADULTS RegistrationBooks new auditorium at Bradf r:I son have served since the: creation
law requires a child to be at 1 least tin 1 city councilman in Group 5 Levis
High will not be ready at th<< of their committees. When the Brooker Kids New Court
|six years old by Dec. 31. 1959 Enjoy was the last person to rome in
$3.00 CloseThis beginning of the year. Parker Con= Recreation Committee was formed
,[order to enter the first grade this under the deadline and is the only
STUDENTS struction Company of Jackson- last members drew lots forea
$3.50 year;
fear.3> Brooker young people have put. that the hard surface was a good5pot Pew candidate to qualify in the
vh'e has until February next y ]r length of terms so the term of only .
for All I Week the cement court at the community even while still wet withrain last two' weeks' He will
The Home to finish the job but Morgan sai I one member would expire each I oppose
playground to good. use since for a game of "bat andcatch.
: Airpark Baptist incumbent J. D. Doyle in the
lames. he expected the work to be completed '- year. Mrs. Epperson!! drew the oiw ."
it was poured early in July. The batter is Andy Gainey
Church Plans RevivalAirpark Registration books for city election by Mate December. year termbat her new term an d 3 ,Croup. 5 competition.
When equipped with nets ther who likes to play in bare feet. The I
This Space Contributed on September 8will 22.close a it The County School Board hpassed ,.s 'all future appointments will be foi court win provide area for play- (others from left to right are::: Lewis 49, has lived in Starke
Baptist Church wil I noon Saturday August resolution to five years.purchase for 35 years. He has been employed -
; a negotiata e
Weekly to Publicize in? tennis badminton, and shuffle Jerome Kelley Craig Wood andL. I
Community Events open a ten day revival Aug. 23, a t Persons who have never regist- loan of $30,000 for the Recreation Board Chairman Jcx! board but at present the surface King (ton skates). as an advertising salesman
by 7:?O p.m. with services plannecfor tred in the city must do so i f of six or seven new buses but th each night. they want to vote in the September loan must be his has transferred ;;Yt'ars.
THE COMMUNITYOF approved by DuPont. employer -- and bike riding. from the J500 allotted to Brooke
Rev! Lacy Conway. pastor sai< election. Person previousl;;,'I Stste Board of Public InstrudiOIo him and be must resigr 1 Nancy Green (left] gives herr from county recreation fundsMembers .. ; Lewis is J veteran of city poll-
STAUKE the evangelist will be announce: !I registered will not be required: t: Morgan said it would take at leas; from the'committee. Members o little friend Peggy Edwards some of the city recreation I tics, having served four previous

liter. There will be good old. reregister under the new permanent I- a week to secure this approval. the council expressed regrets anarked
STATE BANK fashioned gospel preaching ant d registration system. The!r The loan if negotiated win b e that other members of th< she win be ready when the court man; Frank They vicechairman .. j jcil member from 1948 to 1956, and

friends and strangers will be we 1- names will be transferred trot n repaid:: in four annual install I-, committee make recommend,. is set up.Some ; Mrs. Ernest Edwards. Ear:i :j served as council chairman for

--. corned. the old books. menu. -- -- tiOB. of the town boys founds Green and ),[ra. George Davis. the last six.jrears of that time. ,
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- I James, Bunting and sons Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown and Mrs. Shellie Hall spent Sunday,I highest bidder for cash in hand, the I I r above descrlk-1! property astb t p; D. R
above dWOTIUed propertrse!' the property of Aid defendant satisfy Sheriff Bradford Dbtsn'I;;
I Jimmy and Billy of Madison were sen. Bill, and Mrs; B. U. Dyal of Monday' and'Tuesday,- wth her property of said defendant to satisfy execution. -

;tact-a oi MTV Robert Chapman I Coral Gables are spending this da Ighter and son-in-laV, Mr. and : said execution. .
P. D. Reddish .
i ikdoga& Wednesday. t WpoV nith Mrs. M. F. Lang.. I:L"S. Bradford Lbett.m: Jackson-j Sheriff!! of Bradford County Fla. -

1 :: Mrs. W. Edwards has: moved > Miss Calista Swearinger, her>Tbrouier t'. Mr. and Mrs.:;Locke are flying ______ 7iO-4t-8.: :'
from 411_ y: Call.St., to her duplexat Ralph and Mrs. Helen] today for a three week vacation )ULL CL.MM9 COl n.... CHIEF OF POLICE
202 N. Broadway St. B''/'\lin of Quincy HI. arrived last to N./Y, NT H.*, and Mass. I BRADFORD cot. TY, FLORIDAO. .

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Taylor have Saturday; for a weeks visit with Mrs. D.'E. Knight arrived home' Jim (haateen.4-500 DIM 1IIIi.

I rented the E. C. Long house on Mrs. Fred Leonhard. I ouaday after spending the week-' Brownlee &: Chasten -.

<_.._._._______ _, --_. _._ o. Ra'foid Rd. Mr. Taylor is con-, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jacksonof en-t with'her sister, Mrs. Charles Forjylh!Starke Starke Florida, Florida Plaintiff Defendant Vasco- I hereby announce my candidacy' for
--- nscted with Thompson & Street I Whippany. N. J. left Sunday Larsen. in Lakeland. :, the office .of Chief of Police. I am

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New-some Linda and Patty Rosier, daugh- Construction Co. morning after sting Mrs. FredLcont.ard Virginia Sewell is home after NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE running my own: I hate been on

ann MrsNewsome's: :sister: Mrs. ters of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: N. B. Rosier MrsGladjs Wasdin has moved for two weeks. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. D.Notkis' Reddish hereby Sheriff given of that Bradford I. P. the Police Forte fOr about 12 years.I .

:Mary Polick left Thursday for visited! for three days in Lake from 342 S. Water St. to 708 Ma- r Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Matthewsand W. B. Sewell, in Little Switzerland County Florida under and by vir- .t. + have been' living" In Starke for 40
a jreek gjr ten day trip to various Butler with their aunt and uncle, hcne St. : daughter. Tina, of Gainesvilleand tue of 4 writ Of Execution' heretofore a''i
N. C. .
cut. of mall Claims years. I 'am a taxpayer.
points of North Carolina. j jMrs. I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Ghames Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whistleroi Mrs. M. D., Elder has as her Court Bradford County in the a- :

W. B. Parks returned this 'I Gen Shaw of Macon, Ga. spent and son, Robert returned on Fri- Atlantic Beach were Sunday guests this week her parents. Mr. on bove the styled following(cause property I have levid situate up- ''.; ? My policy is Fairness. Honestyand

week: after a months visit with last wetkend with his mother. cay from an enjoyable trip to Isla- :dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Stroud and her lying! and bean; in Bradford County r Impartiality.

her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Mrs. Frazier Shaw. mcrada and the Keys. They were G: rl Matthews.Mr. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Florida to-wit: .J
I Section 34 Twp I C; South Rge 22E
. and i Mrs. Dameron Black. Jr. of ;, Lamar Shaw and Buck Gill are guests of the Denver Devrick fami i and Mrs. Russell Dowlingand Mrs- James Ramer and children Commence 22r South from NW I
j with experience for
1 qualified the
' I ilv, I cor.-of :-EI. of my am .
Athnta. Ga.Replace II former owners of Farm Home children Rusty and Beth of of Andalusia. NWIi and run S
spending from '
Wednesday through 210', E 42r, > 210% W 420 to beg. office.
your old sewing machine Saturday in Tampa to attend the & Auto Supply. I Jacksonville visited Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Harris and chil- : acres more or less all lying and

bolt with a new Singer Belt wedding of their fraternity Extra Bobbins save time-Stock j W. E. Middleton on Monday.Mrs. dren, Gary and Karen, of Val- being-\t' the in Bradford property County of the Florida.above YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT-ON SEPTEMBER: 8TH[

from Denmark Furniture Co. U brother HaYden Davis this Friday. tip with Singer Bobbins at Denmark Dilworth Middleton; her arta Ga. spent Saturday through named defendant and that on the WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.B. .
ilr. and :Mrs. C. W. Walters of Miss Louise Stern is leaving Furniture Co. tf mother, Mrs. Parker: her daugh- Thursday with Mrs. Leola Roberts. 7 day of Sept' U;,. between the

Dublin. Ga.. arrived Wednesdayfir Saturday fora nine day tour of Mrs G. H. Bennett and Mr. and ters. Kay and Ann and her son, Mr.'and Mrs. Guy Sale and ,J"Jtal)','I<* hours in the of !sale forenoon namely and, elevenk two'

a few days visit with Mrs. Puerta Rico and the Virgin Mp. R. H. Boree /and daughter .rr.JJis ted Dr. and Mrs. W. E. <:laughter, Linda and Mrs. J. B.S1pp o'clock in the afternoon on said' HOLTZENDORR
Iris of Jacksonville day at the east door of the Court C. W
Lynn, Middleton: Tuesday while enrouteto
Wa'ters; mother Mrs S. L. Peek. Isiands. 1 ; spent Sunday, in Valdosta House In Bradford County. Florida .
Harry and Robert Rabb. sons of ELECT EARL F. MILES last week in Washington D. C- < New Smyrna Beach. with! his mother Mrs. John Sale. Iwill offer for sale' > and sell to lb.hichest *
CHIEF and Jamestown Va. They also Frank Mitchell of Lakeland bidder for cash, iotiand. the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Rabb. Jr.. ;! OF POLICE Mrs. W. B; Mundy came home
visited friends at Bedford Va. visited Mrs. J. M. Mitchell last
Mf Saturday for a weeks visit today after a-minor'operation in
I| Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hope and Mrand Mrs. M. B. Jordan left enroute
', Thursday home
wth Mrs.
: Rabb's brother and sis- Bradford County
ter-ln-law, :Mr. and Mrs. B. L. children, Betsy and Hollis, of Monday for a two weeks vacation I'from North Carolina. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee./'Mrs. June

Kennedy Jr. of Tampa. p Atlanta, Ga, arrived Thursday for in Waynesvills: N. C. Mr. and Mrs. A- A. Dyal of Chasteen. and Mrs. M. C. Stith To
1 a four day stay with Mr. and Mrs.L. Jackie Colley leaves Saturday I Jacksonville Beach arid their children Open September ,1st
Bobby Champah IS visiting his D. : 8n' daughter, Sandra, of Falls .
Vming. for weeks iitith Cash
:: a \ Mandy Rebecca Ann Susan and
uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. W. Church. Va. spent Tuesday at St.
T. Hogaa: and family in Jackson Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining of in Sarasota. I Timmy last weekend visited Mr. Augustine Beach.
: Stockton, Ga. spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis hada I !)'al's grandfather and Mr. A. L. Singer Sewing Machine: Needlesat

'night: with his brother and ti&ter- :? weekend guests Miss Mayme Alvarez.Mr. Denmark Furniture Co. tl

in-law. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Anderson and Mrs. Carleen Stone i j' and Mrs-: John Manning Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith and KOIN KLEEH

Mrs P. A. Moore left Thursday of Archer. sppnt two weeks in ElizabethtonTcnn. \ children returned to Sanford aftera _
vide.Florida tor an extended visit with her son :Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Williams i : visiting her mother Mrs- J. two weeks visit with her parent

m-law and daughter. Mr. and and Mrs. Frances Landrum spent I H. Bingham and his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins.

Mrs. G. D. Moian in Westberry N the weekend with Mrs. WilJiams'l G. Manning. Enroute they stopped Mrs. M. P. Brown and daughter,
Y. mother Mrs. J. F- to see Mr. and Mrs. CharlieP. Florence, arrived home Sunday:' SelfService

I New :shipment;, of potted plants I Miss: Pamela Edwards of Pa- i Cowen in Spartanburg S. C. after an extended stay in Mexico:1' ; LaundryWith

| and planters at Florida Pest Con !tka arrived last Sunday for a : Mrs. C- H. Nasworthy. Mrs. Guy City where Florence studied Spanish -
trol. weeks ,'isitith her cousins Misses Sa'es and Mrs. Lille Bridges were
'I at the University of Mexico-
Theatre Mike Flynn underwent surgery Diane and Gayle Edwards. home Monday night after spending They did a lot of sightseeing during -: '
at St. Vincent's ELECT EARL F. MILES CHIEF a week in Nassau. Mrs. Earl
hospital in Jacksonville their stay. On returning they .
I Tuesday. OF POLICE. Miles accompanied them as far asMiami. stooped off in New Port Richie to
I Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mansfield :'.11'. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards .
visit Mrs. Brown's sister and
I have moved into Mrs. D. L. Silcx'sapartment. Sr. entertained at a family birth- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sturges of brcther-in-law. Col. and Mrs. J. F 24-HOUR A DAY SERVICEEquipped

: day dinner Sunday for their Meridian Miss, were weekend W.: McNeer and her mother Mrs \ .

SAT. AUG.; 22 i Mr. and Mrs Robert A. Coe daughter! Mrs. J. M. High of guests of Mrs. Pauline Torode.Mr. J. J. ntrgetaW"for1 a few1 days.
:have moved into .T"ksom'ille.HeggiE; and Mrs. Benedict Finer
the Rahn house ELECT I EARL F. MILES CHIEF With
: and Gray Flynn. sons Ir. and Mr. and Mrs. Benedict
1: -* ;: ,;;.1' '": .::: / I at 1362 Blanking Court. OF POLICE
', I of Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn.Jr. Finer, Sr. of Louisville Ky. spent .
rt.: ) D D RSNRis I i7iel will return Wednesday on the I tea days in Ft. Lauderdale.Mrs. nr alt foort. tales. Cu..,'', Florid* ': MAYTAG .WASHERS AND DRYERS'
f_ ........_ ) train accompanied by their grand- Mack Futch and Mrs. Fred3raudon Hoyt M. Mann and Evelyn B .
Mann his wife, Plaintiff rd Key
THE mother, Mrs. R. McAteer...after entertained Miss Delores M. Sargent. Defendant.'
A2LT..r ERS't j 'd I a two weeks \'isitith her in McKnight at a bridge party Monday OTICK OP' SHHHniF-S! !SALE
_......._. '\\'t, K I WHEN Tampa.Mr. Notice is herebY given' .that I. P SOAP DISPENSERS.
j .tr.kwrRlKpRt4 '" night. Miss McKnight left D Reddish.' Sheriff! of Bradford
--.-.,.-..... -.. 1 I : and Mrs. Ulman Jones of Wednesday for Cocoa Beach County Florida under and by virtue
........,.. J of a writ 'of execution hereto*
i I Floral City spent Saturday with where she is to teach school. fnre issued out of the Circuit Court
:I :M.c W. B. Alexander. Mr. Jones Mr. and Mrs J. C. Hobbs and I'nion County, Florida in the aboV COIN' CHANGERS
!"yled cans. I have levied' upon th< . .
ELVISPRESLEY YOU I is MrsAlexander's nephew. their children Richard and Dar- following property situate, lying
Mr. and Mrs.: Logan Baldwin arrived ''ene, arrived home last Friday and being in Bradford County
I home last week after a Florida to-wit:
spending two weeks at
I'weeks vacation in Nassau. Commerce Northeast' corner ol: Drop Box For Finished -Work Such As Sheets -- Shirts Dry
: i Flagler Beach. net, P.unVf'lt' 681 to South>/w'ol' i..
1 !W HIS FIRST NEE : I I New shipment of petted plants Linda Kay Holton was the guestof Rd. 21. westerly and southerly of, 1.
r188.4 feet to P.'O. B. North' 81
\V R BIG|| DRAMATIC ;; and planter at Florida Pest Con- her cousin Elaine Jordan of degrees :30: feet east 884! feet t< Cleaning
t trol.II Jacksonville from lake south :20! degree 39 feet easl'
SINGING ROLE! Sunday through 100 feet K uth 87 degrees :30: feel!tr
< H. Edwards and cchil-
: Mrs W. Thursday. west !S52:! feet to rd. northerly! ''
Pr MM_ I II dren Hal and Cindy. from Heidle- Mrs. Hildabell C. Bence was a feet to beg sec 23 township SR 22E. LOCATEDWEST..SIDE
\ As the property of the above
Jaiihouse burg Germany are spending sev- Tuesday visitor of Mrs. Etta Hoover nnm.d defendant and that on th l' WATER STREET ENTRANCE.TO
.} r .! i rral. months yUth..her parents; Mr. .>.' i .:' hy of .Set>t: N9! :: between' th<. ., ".., .. .
I j. l 1"1Il1t1 l I honrs of sale; namely el 'ver : .
and Mrs G. Caldwell until Capt.
Mr. Mrs.
and J. B. Hunt of
Rock \ the forenoon' and tw
., :. :'Edwards returns.Mr. Bonifay left Saturday after aae <>',"OX'k in the' afternoon on sak STARKE LAUNDRY
'- .:.5 j SEE US and Mrs. J. N. Belche and ks \'isitith Henrietta Hunt. day, at the east door of the Court'
. H.MIWin Bradford ('ountFI..lda-I
children Joel and Bob of Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stockridge I will offer for sale. and sell .to th,
: Plus "Barney's Hungry (Cou. j Va. are spending two weeks with ;eft Tuesday lor their nome in -

: in" Cartoon I Mr and Mrs. A. C. Belche. Mr. Tampa after spending. few days
, I I r.nd Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Mr.Ind with Henrietta Hunt. EARN YOUR HIGH: SCHOOL DIPLOMA

: SUN., MOX.. Tt'KS.August Mrs. T. A. Yawn. :Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. J.
.. ;Miss Faye Ann Bagwell daughler A. Griffin returned last Wednesday -
: .)..J.') 21.I 23TAnZAN'S of Mr- and Mrs. Donald Bag-
. from Ridgecrest N. C. whereth
. 'a-) I LOANS S well is spending a week with Jo y attended a Baptist Assembly ATTENDING EVENING CLASSESAVAILABLE

. ; Ann Phillips at Callahan. for one week.J. .
NEWEST: Purchase any model of Singer M. Bedwell of Tchula Miss

: I St'ingIachine at Denmark visiting his daughter and son-

IS. UPTQ Furniture Co. tf inla'Mr.. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis TO ANY ADULT, MARRIED STUDENTS, AND ANYONE 16-

-- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie P. Cowen and family for a week-
returned last week from Sparten- Mrs. Thomas Peacock, Jr. and YEAR',OF AGE AND OVER WHO IS NOT ENROLLED IN THE REGULAR

$ f1 b 1r:g, S. C. where Mr. Cowan attended children of Gainesville visited Mrs.
I\r 1'
:. $$600. summer science institute. Benin Pearce last Thursday and DAY-PROGRAM.

yJI I While. there they went across the Friday. While there they gave a

lj I'1 I Smokeys into Gatlinburg. Tenn.. Tupper Ware party of which Mra. Progress At Your Own Speed
i. .,\.c i visited the Cherokee Indian Re- Peacock is .
a representative.Mrs.
"., I I 16 credits need for 'a Diploma. Credit may be granted:
.}it rration in Cherokee. N- C. and .
t ; the Battle Grounds at Cow Pens, L Jeanette Kincaid and Mrs. A. military experience, (2 credits per year of service), B. specialized experiences, C. passing comprehensive -
i O. Beasley left Tuesday for a tests on various subjects, and D. credits you have previously earned will count
1 "Folks Find Us S C. Mr. Cowen is now attendinga 12 weeks visit with their sister and on your diploma re-
t Wed., Thurs.: Fri. i physics course in Jacksonvillefor trother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs; quirements.

Aug. 26, 27. 2S:\' i: Friendly" 8 days. The course will continue Clarence Hoppe. Basic Requirements:
through! the winter one
Bobby White. .son of Mr. and 1 credit American History and Government 1 credit Civics World
night! each week.' History, or Spanish, 1 credit Mathematics -
.. a fu ry of LOCAL FINANCE I ELECT EARL F. MILES CHIEF Mrs. Olin W. White, Jr. is re- 1 credit General Science, 3 credits English, and 9 credits of elective subjects.
t moviel =; c"veriag at home after an oper
ation. Length of Classes and Costs:
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hall of Miami I .
COMPANY Miss Elsie O'Connell, Sister- I Miss Marilyn Cox and Earl Norman Classes will vary from 1 .to 3 hours each (depending on the subject) and will meet once or twice weeklyon

f Mary Williams, and Sister Ilaine Beach! spent the day at Jacksonville selective evenings; a $2.00'registration fee'will be charged for each course.; The student will furnishhis
( Saturday.
1 1i Marie all of Jacksonville, visited own supplies.
116 N. Walnut Street
Mrs. E. L. cox last Wednesday.
((2Doors From Post Office) Mrs. J. Wainwright last I Courses:

PHONES Thursday accompanied Betty Lou I R English. Mathematics, Science, History Civics,-Spanish, Business subjects,' Homemaking, Health and

WO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111 David, and Richard Wainwright f I l First Aid[ Home Nursing,. Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing, Electronics, Public Speaking, Horticul

a a falIIIIQKI. .>mnw nRra David Silcox and Richard Fowlerto I i JY ture-and'Landscape Gardening, Civil Dden :courses. and many others for high school credit. Hahd-

&t Mrs :Marguerite Hall, Mgr. the Jacksonville zoo. II s writing; Reading, and Arithmetic: are also available. English for foreign-born ,and Citizenship classes

Mrs. Edmond B. Tenly returned on demand" (a sufficient number of students;
.......1t1'SW... ? x (IF a I.____ ...01W Sunday from a two weeks trip to 'I II .
North Carolina and Virginia. Shespent Instruction:

one week at a Baptist Sun- I BE : Individualized instruction by certified teachers. .

Announcing day School Assembly in Ridge-
crest, N. C. and one week with 1 Registration: .

Mrs. W. R- Morse of Fancy Gap, APPLY NOW. Fill in the information requested below, cut on dotted line.'and mail to ADULTEDUCATION1 :

: THE OPENING OF Va. I TOBRING ; DIRECTORS HOT 1190 STARKE, FLORIDA. YOUR registration will determine WHAT. class**

I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and will be offered on WHAT. evenings. You will be notified. promptly. when classes are scheduled Don't de-

Mrs. Floyd Green were Mrs. Foy ; HOME lay. MAIL: NOW. '

Mama Priest's Kindergarten Williams of Tallahassee, Mrs. Dan .. .-. . . . . . .. .. .........- . . ...... . . . . . .. . . .. . . . ..... .. . .
jndville! and children of Marietta:I PLENTY
(Please PRINT.)
Ga.. Mr and Mrs. Raif Johns of

f t In Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. M. B.J OF NAME; TELEPHONE
l. ----------------------------------- --------- -? ___________
Rosier and children and Mrs- Ara CARTONS- (first) (middle) (last) ,

McittAfternoon guests were ''Mr. .

I. NEWLY BUILT HOME and Mrs. Moley Finch of St. OFINGSIZE ADDRESS __________________..:____________________________._____________ __ ....._..- -- _
Augustine. Mrs.: Irene Matzat andMrs. : (number and street, or route and box) (city) -

I''* -(..nOS3 Street from City [Hall) Eunice Alvarez of JackSon= ENCIRCLE: Mr., Miss, Mrs, ENCIRCLE: White. Negro. Other.

ville.Mrs. W. R. Miller visited her -- COKEI NOTE: white students will attend classes at the USO Building: 'and the- facilities of Bradford County. Higb

A. Largs Fenced-in Yard parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Bakerin School; Negro students will attend the facilities of R.J.E. High School '

.: :', i Rockland. Mass .last week.J. ENCIRCLE all evenings you can attend classes regularly:

underwent sorwry Wednesday l List in the'order"of YOUR preference the subjects you wish, to study. .
Afternoon Care AvailableReaJiarrraiUnc miming: at Doctor's Hospital. His Qi

brother: C. O. Carroll of Miami is t. _. ____________________________2. ---------------------________ ________ _
--- --------- -
q : !*. Number: Concept Taurt; ht. Bible andCfirfoltcr Kiting him. I

Mrs. Effie Johns had as week'n1 I, 4. ________________ __5. ----______________M------6. ___________-------.-------- -_ _
Jftcriesj Ma ic. Rhythm Dramatics, and
> guests Mrs. Raiford Alvarez' I! I PREVIOUS SCHOOLING. Last,grade attended.------- Year__________. Name and location of last school it-
,'od,1 l Adjustments. ; are Some of Our Objectives. \d George Baisden of Jackson- ,

ville. Saturday guests! were Mr. tended ____________ __________ _
__ _
------------?-------------------------- __________________
OPEN; HOUSE AND REGISTRATION aix? Mrs. Harley Smith of Au-

burndale. \ 1 Number of,credits earned_____. Number of:years military service (if any) ________________.
Au-ust 27. 28 9:00 to 11 :00)1.. New .
j-hipmrnt: of pelted plants
I .. and planters at Florida Pest Con: ( Air-Inexpensive :Educational l Opportunity Provided (For You by the Bradford County.Board x>f-P fclic-Ii trUfUoAPM
i..,: ?-L w Intl.





0' ]holders. i If alive and If dead all unknown hereof. Should you fail therein de-
V Johns-Durkee I persons claiming; any' Interest in the rree will be entered in due course
/ Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Mrs. Doyle I estate! of Aaron K. Taylor. deceased upon said petition.
Wedding Group > "" I Conner cut the bride's cake. 1 l I.y through! under or against Allen Mirt>9 my hand and the seat
.... Taylor; and all other persons 'con- of sail Court at Starke DradfordCiunty :
Has Rehearsal The punch tables were also I cerned; Florida, this 17th day of
tI S'Y overlaid with cutwork cloths and Ton are hereby notified that a August. SEAL)
I petition has ben filed in said Court
and Mrs. Albert Per- silver punch bowls on silver trayswere TIUHOX.WX
Captain : d ;.c 1I1.l) inK for a determination of the rOfXTY JtTXJB
leault of West Palm Beach were ;y rs. :'- -,!:, outlined with garlands of heirs of A an. K. Taylor deceased. First publication August :o teasIro !
I hosts Friday evening when they r .. smilax The garlands extended respettive v interests tfrnimU.ion: : and cof you their are It !9 10
t ;],t, .
< onto the skirt of the cloth, were hereby required to file
Gladys Moot entertained at a dinner party hon- .. "::" your written -
: '|iefen. th..rl'tnlIhln' 40 days
oring their son, Charles Durkee caught with sprays of white and after the firM puMiratinn hereof.

., end his fiancee. Miss Sandra .'_ '" 4'i -. yellow carnations, and held with h:.uld you fail therein decree will BIGNEW
:. '
be enterrd in
<< ue course said
Johns preceeding their ''Wedding loops of yellow and satin ribbons.) ]petition.WITNESS.

rehearsal.The '. Mrs. H. M. Richarde Mrs. R. my hand and the seal
>. of said Court at Starke. Bradford
private party room of the F. Demorest Mrs. A. N. Holidayand ';ounty, Florid, this lath day of

Garden Restaurant, where this delightful Mrs. F. J. Shaw poured punch A.isniM. 1939.I'FFICIAII; .

t attractively .. i during the evening. StAL) KING
"Y affair was held was THEROX A_ YAWN
& l
decorated with arrangements ar The bride's !book was kept. by COtXT.JI"Pc.E _
%+.'- R,:o 4t J,10In ;
of pink carnations and r 8 ; Miss Mary Ann Canto. _

rprays of pink fern. "+ r Others assisting in serving and The County Judcr. hart Of SIZE
lK Rrodfvrd Catr, Florida !.
gI The long table where the guests entertaining the guests were: Mrs. hale

were seated was overlaid with a O. L. Haynes Sr., Mrs. C. L. Scholl In UK: Estate of Evelyn E Whe-
,Kerry 4. !Miss Delia Mrs. W. B. lan and as Evelyn XorsladtVhe- Jr '
white linen cloth and centered Rosenberg Ian. And
I i as! Evelyn Norsdadt Whe-
with an arrangment of pink car -.. -. ,. Mundy, Mrs. Carl Mathews, Miss lan. r'251'

t nations and fern dyed to match S -4 t\ Kathy Knadle Misses Mary Agnes The State CITATION Of Florida. To.: Irene

I'J the chosen color scheme of pink '. Matthews, Markley Ann Johns, Holtx 3134 Sena Drive Tor>eJ.a. Kansas -
v ,. Arthur OI.on.:11, I X. HamlmAvenue
and white. Silver holders with Jackie Hobbs. Jackie Colley and Chicago 47. Illinois! Mabel
1 burning pink tapers balanced the $." ., ".' Mrs. Tim Warrfn. Peterson 4739: W_ AltKrld Street.
.,. :. Chicago :sj.:
;. "' "" After time with Illinois. Frank Raff.
central arrangement. 4 ar Tw, ;-, tpyGKa spending some 1560. Ingfewnoi Avrnue. JU. Paul

Marking the places for the f'i".... t.. ""; the guests Mr. and Mrs. Durkee )linnr'. Ota. Minnie staff D.ihlbom. .
,- <' .rtllt'. Minnesota, and '<> all -
+ guests were place cards repeatingthe ). ; ., d",.,; s left for a wedding trip to Nassau. claiming any beneficial Interestin perSons r

h.,.6e.,. bridal motif. After Sept. 1, they will be at. :he estate! : of Evelyn E. Whelen.deceased .

l During the evening Mr. Durkee home at N. E. 6th St.. Gainesville. Yon are: Vreby notified that a

rresented his ushers and ''best man I ; Mrs. Durkee's traveling outfit petition has been filed in said Court
praying for determination of the
i with personal gifts. was an imported oyster white silk 'heirs of E.I"n H XVbelan. also

Among the twenty-two guests linen suit, featuring a box Jacket. knon as Evelyn X. Whelan. and

.: attending this lovely affair with ,s a 4 bTt ,' With this she wore tangerine ac.cetssories. a* Evelyn, and Xnr..ta.1t for a determination Whelan. deceased of

', the hosts and honorees, were w a r'LiC y' Her corsage was a their respttK: .' interest and you
:: are h.'r.t.rl'<)ulTrd to file your
4 members of the wedding party, white catteleya orchid. written def-n- thereto within 40 < S

out-of-town guests and the par Among the out of town guests days after the first publication
J71'i .
0 .: ents of the bride-elect, Mr. and were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Marsh.

1P Mrs. Carl Johns.Bradford Mrs. Mae Lawrence Jimmy Law.

4 yi'tkw 4 rence, Lt. Col. and Mrs. William
i -
;... PTA Y4 I Griffin, aU of West Palni Beach; D EBICTARKE
',' High "
:.t.f. o?. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tam FL-:

c' ".-,'":", Plans School YearbookPrograms 'w' n, pa; 'Mrs. I. G. Harris of Valdosta; ,

f 'J' y"y- Ga. and Mrs. Paul Canova of

.'. ,' ., and plans for publishing Gainesville.
: '\ SUN., MON TUES.
ti yearbook were on the agendaof
a August 2'J: 21, 25 3 3ii 3n
'' Bradford High PTA board Woodmen Meeting'Supreme
t / meeting: held Tuesday evening,

,,t'r.),,'It'o'" .,. :..o..., ... ,. Aug. 11 at the home of the new Mrs. Charles Raymond Durkee, III Forest Woodmen Cir- Rod Sieigrr and Fay SpainSNOWFIRE
? -t. h .. Mrs. A. N. Holliday. -
f.t :< J Kt. E cle will hold a social and business
: ; 4 '.:__ Time for the first regular association Wedding vows were spoken SateS full full skirt With this gown at 8 i
meeting p. m. Monday at the
meeting was set for urday evening at eight o'clock by she wore matching accessories and
Morar home of
Mr. And Mrs. William Maximilian Jr. Mrs. Inez Gray. Each Plus Cartoon
p. m-, Sept. 15, in the high school] Miss Sandra Joyce Johns and Mr. her corsage was a purple cattleya member is asked to bring a covered

I .The Madison Street Baptist The receiving line composed of cafeteria. The seven members present Charles Raymond Durkee III in orchid. dish. Wed., Thur. Aug. 26, 27 i
decided that executive board a double ring ceremony at the Mrs. mother of the
and the mothers Perreault
Church was the setting Thursday the wedding party I
will be held each Thurs .- Step Down to Terror
evening. Aug. 6, at 7:30 for of the bride and groom stoodin First Methodist Church. The groom, wore a street length gownof -

the beautiful wedding ceremony front of the fireplace in the day preceeding a regular PTA Rev. H O. Boyette, pastor of the iceblue imported Japanese sat- Colleen Miller, Charles Drake
held twin meeting, with time to be an- church performed the impressive Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mims, their
The mantel
uniting in marriage Miss Agnes living room. in brocade, designed with a bead I

Lawson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. vertical! arrangements of white nounced later. feremony. neckline and deep silk organza I son Bill, and grandson. Chip I AppointmentWith

Henry Alton Lawson and William gladioli cushion mums and white The church was handsomely yoke outlined with a band of bro- ,Jones all of Colquit. Ga. spent A ShadowGeorge

, Maximilian Morar, Jr. son of Mr. carnations.Tom Lloyd Padgett Enjoys decorated with sunburst arrange- cade. A crushed belt of the same .Tuesday and Wednesaay with Mr.I t.

and Mrs. W. M. Morar, Sr. of Morris attended the groomas Surprise PartyLloyd ments of white gladioli, giant material and white accessories and Mrs. Mack Williams.. Nader, Joanna Moore

Panama City. Officiating at the best man and the ushers were chrysanthemums and white cush- completed her outfit. Her core Mus Color Cartoon

double ring was the Charles McGill and Bill Glandt. ion mums placed against a back-
ceremony Padgett was honored Saturday sage'was a white cattleya orchid. At The TabernacleAn PICK UP
Rev. J. H. Jr. all of Panama City. of Fri. Sat. Aug. 28, 29
Mabry. with a surprise birthday ground palms and native green- The 'bride is the daughter of Mr. SEVERALCARTONS

The altar of the church was The bride's table was beautiful dinner given by his wife and cry. Burning tapers in seven and Mrs. Carl Johns. She was interesting teaching messagewas This Island, Earth

beautiful with three fan shaped with an Italian'cutwork cloth daughter Catherine, in celebra- branched white candelabra cast a graduated from 'Bradford High delivered by the sponsor of I
centered with pyramid wedding Jef( Morrow, Faith Domergue i WHEN
arrangements of pink and white tion of his fifeieth birthday an. soft glow over the church. School and is now a senior at the The Fundamental Gospel Tabernicle .

gladioli, rosebuds and button cake embossed) with white orchids iversary. Family pews were marked with University of Florida. She is a Sunday morning. The subject Thunder in the Sun8u'I8.R YOU

chrysanthemums. Lighted white and lily of the valley. Around the Out of town guests included I white satin bows and fern sprays. member of Zeta Alpha sorority.Mr. was: "Two Generations." In Jeff Chandler SHOP
base wide nylon tulle ruf- Hayward.
was a
tapers in candelabra entwined Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Padgett and Proceeding the ceremony, 'Mrs. Durkee, is the son of Mrs. the evening an open forum was for Children
Plus Color
with smilax cast a soft glow over fle. This was flanked by three- family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pad- L J. Green, church organist gavea Albert Perreault, and the late Mr. conducted on the 21st Chapter of Cartoon TODAY!
branch silver candelabra centered
the 'Jovely..setting with a back- gett and family, and Mr. and Mrs. program of nuptial music. Mr. Charles Raymond Durkee II of Matthew, led by the sponsor. t
with an epernette with light pink
ground formed of Bouvardia fern Pinocchio Charles Waters and family of G. S. Newcomb, soloist, sang West Palm Beach. ,He was graduated Watch for special announce- ,- -- -
carnations white chrysanthemums -
Garlands of Southern smilax I of the val- Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. "Through the Years" and "0h, from Palm Beach High ment of unusual programme. - -
and lily
graced the wall brackets down '
I ley interspersed with pink leather Waters and family of Lake Butler; Promise Me. During the ceremonyMr. School and is now a senior at the

the. length of the church. Large leaf fern and white candles. A- Mrs. Mrytle Padgett and family of Newcomb,sang the "Wedding University of Florida. He is a While Prices Continue To
and tulle
white satin bows cen- .
Prayer. The Circuit
round the edge of the table were Brooker; Mrs. Virgia Bleasdale of ember of Kappa Sigma Frater'- Carl Of TIle Klxhth
tered with white pompoms, mark- Judicial Circuit Of Florida I.
garlands of Southern smilax Keystone Heights, and Mr. and Captain Albert Perreault, West nity. .K.r Bradford touty. l. Chaaerrr.Aid

ed, the family pews. caught at the center with a sprayof Mrs. Johnny Cowart and familyof Palm Beach stepfather of the Following the ceremony Mr. and Ruth case No. IZ-rtm I"
As the guests assembled. Mrs. bridegroom was best GlisKon Starling Wells Go UP Everywhere'SLADE
Heilbronn.Mr. man. Usfiers,
pink feathered carnations and I Mrs. Johns entertained at a reception Cuintiff. vs. Edward Louis Wells.
L, A. Canova organist rendered were Carl L. Johns brother of Defendant.
I white button chrysanthemums and .. Padgett received many the given in the Starke Worn. "

soft nuptial music ana accompanied showers of narrow white satin ribbons useful gift.3.Buffet bride, Billy Torode, Lex Green, Jr. an's Club. Order or DltORCK Publication And Notice

Miss Elizabeth Provence, soloist and James Lawrence West Palm To Defend In The Same Of The
; r>f Jacksonville who sang Beach. The party rooms of the club state? Of Florida To: PRICESARE
I "Whither Thou Goest" and "My The punch tables one In the Luncheon For house were beautifully decorated Edward Louis Wells. 1:8 Henry
Florida room and the other on Attending the !bride were her Avrt.ue. Des IMaines. Illinois.

Wonderful One." the patio. were over laid Out Of Town GuestsMrs. si ter-in-Iaw..Irs. Carl L. Johns with large arrangements of white in You equity are hereby and for notified restoration that a suit of

The bride is a graduate of with white cutwork cloths edged matron of honor and the Misses gladioli, chrysanthemums and maiden name has been filed againstyou

Bradford High School class of '54 with Southern smilax. Pink and Sarah Barton of Alanta. Joan and Joyce Scholl, and Misses greenery.The in tht by Ruth above Glisson 'Starling Wells COMING DOWN!

and FSU. class of '59 in elementary white satin ribbons were caughtat and Mrs. Polly Woods, of S. C.. Anne and Jane Durkee, sisters of mantel in the lounge was cause and you are named hereby Court summon and

education. She will teach the corners and centered with were honored at a buffet luncheon the bridegroom bridesmaids.The Decorated with a modernistic arrangement ed. ordered and required to file your

this fall in the Bay City School clusters of pink sensation roses. given last Friday by Mrs. J. E. bride, given in marriage by of glads yellow roses complaint written answer In paid or cause defense at the to the office -

near Panama City. Around the punch bowls were Hardy and Mrs. M. H. Sheppherd.The her father wore a Priscilla of and yellow carnations and this of the undersigned Clerk of the You CanE

Miss Joan Furlong attended the garlands of smilax interspersedwith table was decorated with a Boston original wedding formed the background for the receiving Circuit or before Court the 21st at day larkl'of. September.Florida on I\

bride as maid of honor and Mrs. pink roses. cutwork tablecloth: centered with made of imported pure white gown silk line. I A. I>. 1J53, and to serve a copy (t. .
Bill Glandt of Panama City was hereof on Theron A. Yawn. Jr.. 6011
Greeting the guests; at the doorat white glads arranged in a silver organza, styled with a fitted bodice Mrs. C. E. Johns and Mrs. T. H. plaintiffs attorney whose" addressis I: {{ NowPurchase

bridesmaid. The attendants were the reception were Mrs. L. A. bowl and flanked on either side which featured a scooped neck- Slade greeted guests at the door Port Office Drawer 7S1. Starke !
gowned alike in becoming waltz- Florida on or before said date a!'
Canova and Mrs. A. J. Thomas by pink candles in silver holders.
line encircled with appliqued Alen- and presented them to the receiving n-imred by the law" of Florida and
length dresses of pink embroidered Sr- Mrs. C. H. Register of Talla- The 12 guests were seated at con lace motifs and tiny doll sleevES. line comprised of Mr. and the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure
taffeta with a fuschia cummer- If j-oa fall in do sn. a decree pro
the waistline. hnsese and Mrs. W. B. Mundy cut tables covered with pink organdy The shaped domic skirt was Mrs. Johns, Captain and Mrs. Per- ,fnfe!'!so will) he entered against you ,
bund accenting the bride's cake. Miss Jean Mundy cloths. reault the bride and for the relief demanded in the com !
emphasized at the hemline with a bridegroomand "
carried cascade
plaint. I.
They arrange-
kept the bride's book. Presidingat "I
sensation and The guests of honor were pre- tendril border of matching lace the bridesmaids.: This notice shall be published once !
ments of pink ;
the punch tables were Mrs. Neil sented with personal gifts by the each week for four consecutive : Your
applique which swept into a full The bride's table overlaid witha
fluffs of pink tulle. Crawford. Misses Linda Thomas hostesses.Mrs. week in the Bradford County Tele- !.
An exquisite regal bridal gown circular train. Her fingertip linen cutwork cloth with insetsof graph.
i Geraldine Gay and Hilma Tanner. Barton and Mrs. Woodsare Witness my hand and the seal ofRaid
of white lace over satin was selected Assisting in serving were Mrs. Le- \eil of imported Bridal illusion Point de Venice was centered Conrt at Starfce. Bradford

by the bride, who was gUenin ola Roberts. Mrs- Riley Wasdin. mother and aunt of Mrs. Har- was attached to a storybookcrown with a four tiered wedding cake.A County, Florida this August 19th. HeatingRequirements
Hatcher and have been 1';59.
marriage by her father. The ry spending fashioned of Chantilly lace beautiful bridal of fillies
Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Mrs. Coy Ste- bouquet I. (SB AM
molded bodice with scalloped por- venson. Mrs. FH.. Hutcheson. their time with her while in edged: with pearls and iridescentsin of the valley topped the cake.A CHARLES A. DARBT. Clerk of :
Starke. the Circuit Court of Bradford Coun : .
trait neckline embroidered in Mrs. M. L. Lawson Mrs. E. Lawson a heart shaped design. She nylon tulle ruffle was used as ty. ;

pearls was; fastened down the back and Mrs. N. S- Dankel. carried a crescent shaped bouquetof the (base of the cake, and smilax, rtt- Marian L. Crosby.. Deputy '

with tiny satin buttons and the After spending some time with! Ethel Biggs Circle feathered carnations, puffs of interspersed with miniature nose- Clerk 829! It 9/10

long sleeves terminated in calla their guests the young couple left Holds Monthly MeetThe nylon illusion narrow satin rib- gays of white carnations and yellow ISlade

points over the wrists. The three on a nine day wedding trip ,to bons and centered with a white sweetheart roses, added a
tiered full skirt; of lace swept backto In The {'.."ty J.de'" {'surf Of
South Florida. The bride chose cattleya orchid and yellow sweet- furtl;er note of beauty.The .
Ethel Biggs Circle of the ""..'.r. C..alr. Florida I. ProMi -,
a chapel train. Lace and pearls for traveling a mauve one piecec First: Baptist Church held its heart roses against a background cake was flanked on either GasAT
formed the tiny headpiece which dress with pleated skirt with cf tulle leaves and IX RE: Estate of Aaron K. Tay-
a monthly meeting Tuesday night at pearls step. side with antique five branched lor. Deceased
the finger veil of silk il
which she wore white accessories. the home of Mrs. C. J. Haupt. hanotis. candelabra. Garlands of smilax CITATION
lusion. She carried a cascade After August 15 they will reside The matron of honor The State Of Florida To AllenTavlor
Program chairman Mrs. S. L. and bridesmaids were entwined around the candle
bouquet of Vanda orchids lily of whose" residence Is unknown. THE
in Panama City. Peek, Jr. with Mrs. It. B. Rosier. wore identical gowns of

the valley with sprays of seed Mr. Morar is. a. graduate of Bay Mr?. E A. Yancy, Mrs. Paul Carter peacock shaded pare silk organzaover

pearls. High School class of' '53 and attended and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. presented matching taffeta, styled with Hit CheapestPrice
lAwson chose for her
"Mrs. FSU. He is employed in ATTENTION !
Mission princess empire bodices with HeyKiddies
daughter's wedding a lovely dress a program on Baptist deep AREA
the Wayside Nurseries
Work in Mexico. folds across the shoulders forming
of pale blue crepe with an alencon
lace yoke with which she City. Circle Chairman Mrs. C. A. the sweetheart necklines. A band GET YOUR TICKETS FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
wore a Out-of-town guests included Mr. '
orchid Kntght asked all members to meet of matching Venice lace applique
white corsage. and Mrs. W. M. Morar, Sr. and A r
:Mrs. Morar. mother of the at the church Tuesday. August encircled the midriff and was centered -
son Jon: Mrs. Reid Donaldson. .... ..... .....
25 at 7 p. m. to help paint the with a silk organza bow in '4"""' 1 .
bride-groom was attired in a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glandt. Mr. and FREE SHOW ... ".. .... .... ..... Ever
furniture in one of the Sunday the back. The unbroken
beautiful bcise lace dressith princess
i Mrs. Tom Morris and Mr. and Mw MM. c... .. w4aMDon't
beige accessories and a corsage of Mrs. John E. Wade all of Panama School department's rooms. lines of the bodice extended into ,.. -'tJt'
cymbidium orchids.A The 26 members present en- wide fan shaped panels forming -
City. Mr. and Mrs. William Cross-
joyed a covered dish supper served the bouffant ballerina
reception was held ley and family of Jacksonville. length Fail To Take of This
at -the home of the bride's parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register of cn the patio of Mrs. Haupt'shome. skirts. MAN FROM TEXASAT
: Mrs. A. W. Anderson and
on N. Temple avenue immediately Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. The attendants wore matching OpportunityUP

following the wedingl: A pink'and l Jordan and family and Mr. andin Mrs. L. O. Hazen also served as headdresses of nylon tulle picture

white color motif was achieved I Mss M. G. Langford of Lake hostesses __ hats. Four silk organza bows THE TO 250 GALLON TANK LEASE

the beautiful arrangements olglpfiioli. f r Butler and Miss Elizabeth Provence sprinkled with rhinestones encir-

roses carnations and I of Jacksonville Hamburger Fry cled the crown. Their' flowers FLORIDA THEATRE. ONLY $59.95

button chrysanthemums. Th Honors HardyA were crescent shaped bouquets of .
staircase; was entwined with smilax Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barker and Jane yellow carnation and Talisman *

and the newel post draped ir:I son. Willie, spent last Thursday
roses. EACH SATURDAY 10:30 A.M.
hamburger fry was given bi: I .r
pink and white satin ribbon, rosebuds and Friday in Lake City with Mr.B"rker's Mrs. Johns, mother of the bride Slade Gas Co.
honor of Miss Jane Hardy's lOtt I tie Service
Simmons Kocfc Drugs Crawford Bros. Golf :
and Rhubrum lillies- mother_ Mrs. Ida Barker. birthday Tuesday from 5 to 7 r was gowned in wisteria hand-clip: -

STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM o'clock at the home of her par. ped Chantilly lace, sharing honors Ace EfectrSe, Service Williams Jewelers

ents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy.. with silk' organza, and designed
\ 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll, Cash with order Nine of her friends enjoyed the! by Harvey .Herin. The dress TerwfDegar.MDtors Barbd Je'S Dept. Store PHONE WO 4-3351

1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll, Cash with order affair. Miss Beverly Crawfordwon :I featured a fitted bodice with por- J t J Building Supplies Local Finance Co. of Starke NEXT DOOR TO WINN-DIXIE

; Ask for prices of other thicknesses 'and sizes the prize in the balloon par.. trait neckline and tiny cap
Misses Brenda Lewis and sleeves Appliqued lace motifs on Denmark- Furniture Co. Slade Gas Company J'
POLY FILM CO., Inc. Box 957 Crystal River, Fla. II ty. Kaj. r -' -
r Dennis assisted Mrs. Hardy., the bodice were repeated on the # .- '.-
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editorial as. parents.- Mr and Mrs. T. B. Edwards tended illness.. veteran of World at 2 p. m. at the graveside in
BR00KER ami Rev.cniidren and Mrs.vacationed James in Temple F. :3. Dans. N. J. Davie C. D.Dowling Wednesday. War I and a member of the ACll'rtcm Crcsby Lake Cemetery by members -
and son Dennis Dowhng Mr. and Mrs. Gid Howard of ,
i Legion Mr. Cole had re-
lands, N. C., recently. of American Legion Post 56.
spent last Monday night and Fairbanks visited Mrs Doris Kel- sided in Bradford County for the
By Barbara Sue DavisIAWlUl111Llllll111111 Mrs. Groover Thomas spent last Tuesday in the Scrub. ley Sunday. List 12 years.Furnvors DcWitt C. Jones mneral Home
Don't Make It Yr"pk in Jacksonville with Mr. and the was in charge of funeral arrangements
MrsEva -
; Easy !\Irs. Ray Wilson Friday night guest of Mr. llsrrell spent two include one step .
and baby and
and MrsW.. E. Bigham Jr. wasa weeks in Palatka
Ray Gano of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. visiting Mr. and daughter. Mrs. Ursula.Vl1ey,
Swan ,
was the Starling Jr.
A thief probably thinks it is easier to steal weekend guest of his grandmother, and family. nephew. Bud of Madison. Mrs. PaulEmery and son. Mike. Starke: three brothers, A. B. of
: what he wants than it is to work for it, and some- Mr. R- F. Gano. :Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Saturday night and Sunday Mrs. Turner of Parrish visited Ohio. Ray of California and Frankof THE RIGHT POINT fort thewar
times it is. And some of us even make it easy Mr. and Mrs. M. O- Harrell and visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Glisson of ra'sts of the W- E. Bigham, Jr. the Tom Edwards family recently. Texas, and one sister. Mrs. Or- you write. OomefaT and 84"".
for a criminal to steal. son William, attended the Ed- Lake Geneva family were 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mrs Paul Emery and son, Mike ra Miller of Warren, Calif. lent your favorite ESTERBROOK
: Mr. and Mrs. Wood and son Craig, Mrs L- L. spent the weekend with Mrs. Eva Senicces. were held Wednesday Fountain Pen.. TELEGRAPH.
Starke police have to remind merchants vards-May wedding in Gainesville Bishop Thomas
every Hrdee, Sr. of Jacksonville and Harrell.
: few weeks that they should lock the doors'oftheir Friday night. and: children, Goldie and Dewitt Mts. Amy Heath and son Don of 1 I .
establishments when they leave at night. Mr and Mrs. Charles Edwardsof spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Tampa.Mr. Fred
Cole Owner Of
James Waters of Jacksonville.Mr. ,
: Gainesville
M. O.
It is surprising that merchant woufd .
any leave and Mrs. Henry Colemanand
Han- and Mrs. Bill Genavor and
: his store, with its stock, open for any passing family Sunday. children of Gainesville, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowells Motel Dies
thief to enter and help himself, but many do. Mrs. Guy Harrell and daughter. Mrs. Ray Wilson and baby of and children enjoyed and old- Saturday In MemphisFred .
do. Romona were weekend guests of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Groover fashioned sing at the home of _
Such carefess practice makes the job of proP M;2.-. and Mrs. Jack Lucas of Tam- "Ticmas Sunday. Mrs. Doris Kelley Saturday night. Cole. 64-year-old owner of ..f; 'A&V SIDING ON f
Mrs. D. Glisson and children and :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards the Michigan Motor Court, died
tection by police much more difficult. :The invitation Regima Harrell and Patty a"d daughter. Debbie and Robinof in Veterans '
Big- Hetty and Reba Hall, and Roberta a Hospital in Mem- -1Lr' YOUZ HOUSESFACE
of unlocked doors is a temptation that ha.; n spent Thursday through Sat- Syble of Lake Geneva spent Tues- Bracenton visited, their grand- pnis. Tenn. Saturday after an ex-
some who would hesitate to "break and enter" urday Jacksonville the 11(42
as guests day with the Bishop Thomas fam- .. ..... ... .. ( W/U SUZEMPRQVE
might succumb to. It is faster to walk into an "of Mr. and Mrs. L. L| Hardee Sr. ,- ,- ", .,.-., .. .,

unlocked place. It is also quieter and fewer clues J.V.... Kelley, L. A. Dyle, and J. ily.Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas .:x ---4-:.":. .. j YOUR LIVING PLACE
are left. All of these things make the chance of W. Pinholster are vacationing at and children spent the weekend : WHERE'S THE ,' a I.
the police catching the criminal less likely. Salt-Springs this week. with relatives in Kingston. Ga. BEST PLACE TO I i :
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melton and Bobby Thomas of Tallahasseewas .. ATVTOUR \
Home owners who run out for a minute and children visited Mr. and Mrs. the weekend guest of his parents BUY A USED CAR? :. t FORD D UR.'S: -HIS
don't lock the doors are also asking for trouble. Pledger Gainey and new baby son Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas. xaqw.N: ;' Q/ USED CARS .j
We had a case in town only a few' months ago Sunday in Daytona Beach. Kebecca Thomas of Jacksonville yx i i GIVE YOU A NEW :'J' =L C1= 'tom _
in which it was believed that the thief entered Mrs. H. E. Stokes is visiting her is vacationing this week with her "' ?::.. a .:".'.:Y} KIND OF PROTECTION* 1f:4 r
at such a time and hid in a closet until the familywas diughter, Mildred, for a few days parents, Mr.'and Mrs. Bob ThomVOTE .. ;.l ::\ WHEN you Buy] ii l

a ''eep. He then helped himself and left. .. ,.. '.1.,...1.,.,*. ':':,::,.'.. ..:-' "?f': .<:": .'..,... ... ''.''. 'H.,.
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Not a very comfortable feeling, is it? : :: :J AA:..: ':1."- .)..1.->..:< :.:'t...,,: .,
Leaving the key in a car is a good way of offering F'OR'EARL << ,, j' ). tr'' '.' \' ]
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it to a car thief, as one family in town can '. \' :i: t 1. : .f -
:; '.
};t.:& DOWN
testify. ",' -,. NO MONEY
We can't prevent crime entirely, but we can :'.-:''''-'' '."{,..:'':'": .. ,. ..

certainly cut down on it by making it less easy F. MIELS .1' .. ,y< ,. 'j.
for the criminal. The time you lose by locking a I. Repair

door may save you a tidy sum. It might even I : : ,
save your life. : y+, > : ; ; '
FORCHIEf' :...,.:",::;'., : .' J' Add Rooms --- Carport ---

An Amazing Record f. _.. .,......,"....__. ..."N.,' ._. A...-.,...........,.......>. Bath Room

Available records show that at least 132 traf- OF POLICEREGARD *Every A-l Used Car is inspected,reconditioned if necessary -. (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- j
fic accidents involving 245 vehicleshave and road-tested. And they're warranted in writing -
occur- TUnES)
by the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy! See
red in Bradford County during the first seven cars with the A-1 sticker at your Ford D.-'M'a Used Car Time To Re-roof
and one-half months of this The Center.
year. figuresare TO INQUIRIES: I will she more Police Shopping
not complete as to the total number (probably SEE PAGE 6 FOR .
more than 150)) of accidents but one vital Service to Churc es. Schools and Hospitals.Yes .

statistic stands out bright and clean the Curfew I Law will be inrfJr ed. I FORD DEALERJUSED STARKE U1LDERScsa1
The number is ZERO. No persons have been
killed in the county this year as a direct resultof .

an accident, and only 46 have been injured. Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly CARS INC 1
Considering the large number of accidents, Ii o
and the tremendous amount of property damage Appreciated. & 'J

that has resulted, it is a miracle that no lives INSPECTED RECONDITIONED ROAD-TESTED WARRANTED At S.A.L. Depot Starke, Fla.
have been lost. The Angel of Mercy seems to

be ruling over the Angel of Death on Bradford t
highways. ,
We pray the good Angel will keep the upper1"
hand, but even an Angel would probably appreciate -
a helping hand. '
Every mile of new highway being built in-the. !

'. ._...'.count jr. will eventually help to cut down on the Nf :.. .. .. .I :.' -
number of accidents we are having, but even after -

the new roads are finished the primary responsibility .. .
I'- for traffic safety will still fall on the I

... shoulders of each and every driver. rh
Only by accepting that responsibility can we r-' iirtTmTuN
hope to keep the county's fatality slate clean. .

Here Comes Mr. Touchdown' F !

Slimmer is rapidly passing by, and the short=
ening of days and lowering of temperatures are ..- !
the beckoning signs that call back America's .... .. .

perennial hero Mr. Touchdown, U.S.A. ''III
Anxious parents all over the land will be giving .
their stalwart sons: half-hearted permissionto
try out for their high school football team, or
perhaps withholding permission because theytear
the gamr!,is too dangerous.
Monrand\ Dad might get some consolation from CANS !
the findings of a recent .survey conducted by the
National Federation of State' High School Athletic
Associations. The showed that football
survey i w wi v
: thanks to better equipment and training r T r
; methods, is becoming one of the safest sports in

; the In country.1957 there were only 14 high school deaths

.: among: 660,000 players who spent approximately &
100 million hours in practice and game time.-This
: average of about two death per 100,000 footballers -

compares more than favorably with the average ROj if Mt SOM
of four deaths per 100,000 among partici- t

pants in water sports. = 4
.. And the highest average'of' fatalities for high :
schoolers wasn't in sports 'at all. It was 55

deaths per 100,000 in automobile accidents.! ::
Perhaps it is better to let the boys take.their.
chances in a character building and body building
sport, than it is to let them play Russian Roulette :

with high-powered automobiles. 12 FULL O UIC.ES._

Snakes Alive (And Dead) '

.This seems to be the season'when.rattlesnakes .
\ are really on the move. Probably many of them "; \ 4POiIJLARO'
have been driven to high ground by 'rains that -
seem to fall every day in the county.
There has been at least one report.of a person ; .
being bitten by a rattlesnake in the state this
year, but so far we haven't had any misfortunes U-- FLAVORS

i on the local scene. Here is-hopingthe:story remains f-/ : ..
the same. .
The one incident reported concerned a thre -

year-old boy,-and' we recall that a small,boy died E ORANGE GRAPE \ ,
in St. Johns County a couple of years ago after .. : s
"' he fearlessly walked up to a coiled rattler. ,
Parents.who live near.wooded- -
areas shouldbe .
qUIte'careful not to. let their.children step on a ROOT ;
big diamondback that might-decide he wants to ,1 BEER :
take a sunbath in the front yard. And everyone
needs to exercise extreme cautioir'when in" or .", -
; near the woods while the nakes'are so plentiful. 4 ,




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Pt111.brt Each Thvr. a.a Eilrrr* u Sr.f CUM =ittetat
tk. P..l Offl 'c at Stukc Fla. user Act .1 Mar. i. 187*. ,_ :- -
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..-.. ................... with a dinner at Strickland's ban i ;'"?-(. andMrs.* W.N.Phillips. in Hellbroiin Church Sunday and :and daughter. I Ii SC!. vt the SCU of S.clion.'Z, the Circuit Judges office.-IT.d- .4elcn f.:tdnhr tn.: n
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Tt/wnsuip 0 ix/utu. I."g: :.'; r-id ii.t\ 1' "rthu e. Stark.. \"IUr.
Landing at Kingsley Lake Sun- I Mr. and Mrs:: Charles Hamptons ,, hope you will return you visit real i Well, guess that's>about all far last: iadfvrd tvuuty.: IIurda' I iVr'da, on the ::Ih dar of Auut.l; 41 u*,\ 1 T
d--y. After making pictures of MrPatch Mrs. Ruby Shatler Mrs. NellieOliver soon'and bring someone with you. thus dire being 1.lvreru.u.arl1 .\. I.. ISiJ: at In nclor-it: a m. St. PetuII ul f:. Florida
time. May the wonderful and utscnbitf: aa: I August .. I>.. ISi3.:
with her beautiful cake,. Mrs. W? H. Norman, Mr. Remember regular sefvlcces every it. .
precious God forever bless each Commence< at the !; Corner of Triton A. Tawn. Guardian of the Luc .a ClarkR
the many useful gifts were opened. and Mrs. L. M. Sponh ltt. Mr. and Sunday with Rev. Otis T. Jones
By Mr*. Joyce T. FntcfeBtrthday'Anniversary of you. .oje: now.AOTItB Raid Section7 and run thence i'f'r.'n and pro]>*-rty .f }!ert..n F' D.
Her children present were Mrs Mrs. Johnny Agair and daughter,, pastor rendering inspiring mess- North 0 degrees ;8' H.IWt'1 ... ...aa&Aauua. along the Easterly twunJary I n.- .-ertifv that copies hereof l.v mail this 14 day of August A D.
Gladys Pringle and Sanford .
family and Mrs. Henry Dunn and daughter -
'ages. Interesting meetings
I prayer there a distance' of 17% feet to have t.een furnished to- :.5
r. Celebrated Mrs. Ola Starling and family of Jacksonville; Mrs. dole l- ,tevery| Wednesday evening and : OK SALE the .x..rthf'rIY boundary of the Chief Attorney Therun A Tawn

The family and many friends of Mrs.Elnora Privett and family Bowie of Dinsmore; A. D. Martin I choir practice enjoyed on Friday "I1V OK r\RHK' t c::.IgY.., KLORIDA run right thence of war Xorth of' State ss deprnSO'RoadJ. ,- ..

Mrs. Rob Futch helped her cele- |I Mrs. Pauline Devore and tam. of Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips nights. Come to any of our ser- VtTI: n \L ct!t lll! THIRt TIOVtt West along said Northerly .lx>undary when needREUABLE

bf ate her 73 birthday anniversaryr ily. Mrs. Les McClellan and family,. of Theressa; Mr.'and MrcrR*I vices, you will be welcome. Sealed: R bids In F.%t-will BONDS Oe a concrete a distant monument of :04:0..%for feet point to you

I and Mrs. Margaret Pauley and 1 L. Harris, Mrs. Lula Harris, Mr. i Rev. Walter Lee, former pastor the City Council of the received City by ol of ,beginning:: from point of I
family. Others were unable to attend and Mrs. John North of Maxv le.,, of Heilbronn Church and his chil- Marks" "'Ivnd... to and including: beginning thus described t-wn-
on account of sickness. and Jim Hilliard of Brandon. i jdren of Brycerille visited relatives i.90 l-.r tne KM.purchase KS.T. of September i(!, .Vul Natural 9. UI.; : elf time nf .Vorth said *Northerly? degrees boundary;0'"eR GAS SERVICETHINK
Mrs. James Hogan of Jacksonville G** Distribution a distance n| inn fen to a <-*>n-
:Mrand Mrs. D. A. Jones had a s i' i and fnends in the community last Revenue Bonds.
I dated June 1. 1959. Crete monument; run thence
guests from Wednesday until I visited Mr. and Mrs. Giffin week. and mi-annual principal :North 0 degrees 10' East: a distance
interest (June 1
Monday: Mrs. Jones brother. Jay H"tigesjon Sunday. ,I Very glad to report that Wil- and IfettmOer 1J payable at the of ;3<>-> feet to a concrete OF SLADE GAS
I Uwnda monument: run thence South 99d
t I McVicker and family of Clear Mrs: :"A. T. Williams of New Port, 'Liam Crosby was home with his vllt.- Jacksonville.National Lank.Florida of or Jackson-at the .er<> 5o' Kl a distance: of
Lake, Iowa. Pichey was Thursday overnight mother, Mrs. Tate Crosby over ">l>uua of the holder at the Florida 100 feet to a concrete mononient.
Sank: of Starke run thence South 0 degrees IO'Wtst ( TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO OR Ul'
'C. Stark Florida.coupon 1,000
of Mrs.
i Stork Shower truest H- Kelly and lams I the weekend. We regret he had to Uonda a distance of 300 feet to
not regiMerable).
Mrs. George L. Shuford 'return to the Veteran's HospitalIn nunnwivU 1-Ia. inclusive in deiiotninziion the point of hegmnins.
i ily.Mr. And that said petition shell l lOt' PHONE WO 43551WE'RE
and Mrs. Glenn Snuford Lake City this week but of II.609 each maturing
given a lovely stork shower by maybehe serlj'iy in heard "r Honorable Gee I. Tatti -
numerical! order on June .>n.- ..f the .F..rtr.,. nf aM court
and Mrs. will be well and home
Hester Hicks had 1 of each
Mrs. B. E. Reddish and'Mrs. J. 0:: as soon we year a* follows:

Pons at the Reddish home Friday guests daring the week Mr. and;'i surely hope so. May we pray In I un'n $ lO.O'iO 5.000

M'evening. After a contest, which Mrs.; Alton Hogan and family of i his behalf and also for Carl Hill- 14 lo.O'H'

r wa the unscrambling of words: Jacksonville Mrs. Leslie SweatI ,, I ard who is very ill and for others r9s5 1'66 IV.OIl 0
I.I I. which spelled a baby's needs, and I and'-family of Maxville, and Mrs. wherever they are who are suffer- 196T I ..IIIJ4'IIlU

I : the opening of the unusually. Floyd Martin""and Son of Dayton, in? with sickness: and pain. 10.0'JOlO.fl'M
pretty:! gifts refreshments were B ach. Miss Patsy Cowart, daughter of 1970! ix.nuo' )

'03Bring served to the 35 guests present Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart, and 1912 l''I 10.000 s9ij sroPt.
i li and attended the South hr cousin; Miss 10,0,015i
i l Out of town guests were Mrs: Phil family Judy Morgan, : I5.0i: '
I Shuford of Moore Haven, Mrs erland reunion in Hampton, Sun- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.: 1S7I 15.0-iQ: r Ma w b
Jim Brown Godwin of the State Morgan are spending this week J,rs is: .900iS P ItlnrwmlIIIOItrf I'AP $ Yk fir
day.Mr. J:;." )' SfO J'HI'.neat' C1f.rl2p .
Farm Miss Delores McKnight, : and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand withJudy's sister Miss Joyce I'77 1:;.11"0 =edfl ps..III

I and Mrs' Geraldine Griffis of daughter Mary are spendingthis :: i Morgan of Jacksonville. tl7 1'1'! o.ono 15.00: I r >, as older ors Os< w 4 A it.
home Stirke. week ,with their soninlawand Mrs. Annie Kelly and her nephew :?'1" 20 0(10 B lJzzr N II .a ttsi rloia( -I

Miss Gertie Fay Cruce, Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mar 'i Keith Reddish met Mrs. 14k1 I'S! ;: 20.000%1I.lIno SfO P III oaaa )tsair...

Robert Carlton and sons. Frank cus Griffis of Lakeland and otherrelatives Kelly's daughter, Mrs. Emilene 110113 ...... .:",0oq1lsl //iTH BARGAINS a
Cartons aid Quincy Cruce, spent Friday, in Tampa. .1 Mover and baby boy at the Jacksonville '::a.nn0I ;
I I axe:; %:;.0110
and Saturday with the Jim Cruce Mrs. Nancy Keene returned airport Snday. Mrs. Moy- 1!' 6 25.000I5.fl '
family in Orlando !home Saturday after being in ier'* and young Bruce are from tat : 0 DURING ,.
I'SIi! "
and' Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore and Macclenrry for 'two weeks due to i'Washington.I D. C. and plan to Ortain of these Bonds 30.000 arc jnibJ '

family enjoyed a fish fry at the, the illness and death' of her sis- 'vfelt! for two weeks with her mother ...-t to redemption! prior to niaturilr.\ I y : tQ) ,Q !9
i the details! of which may lie secured fl ?
ter-inlaw Mrs- Nellie Keene'tJss brother relatives and
home of Mrs. Moore's brother and[ ; I many from the Official Ptatetnpnt." ( )
sister-in-law. Mr1 and>>Ml ). 'David :\ Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee friends. These BoniK to hP i issued to fi- ()
cartons nan,-e the cost nf the arrjnls'ition .
and I mother
Beyer and family of Ocala Sat was the Thursday H-irveys Mrs. Leona McCarthy
and "nvtrnrtion of distribution
a gas .
urday.J. Friday guest of her mother, Mrs.. \ and cur nephew, Johnny I srst.m t for 1h. rile of Ktarke, ,,.:) W. ;/ i .; ;).f\\ '
St'IIwell'! of Fernandina FlorMax: hall he payable' solely' from .
and O. Pons of Tallahassee was; Joyce Futch. Beach are and 1t'l>ltr.f by a prior lien upon nfP\ .J !r't/'f
the Fiiday overnight guest of Mr. Mrs. Mary Reddish had as; enjoying their vacation with us: and a pledge of the net revenues '
and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. He, guests the first of the week her Miss Charlene Cowart, daughter derived from the operation of the \i A--
pa* distribution system of said City. > ; r.s .
with Mrs. Pons, who has been I brother and oister-in-law; Mr. and I of Mr. and'Mrs. Floyd Cowart Pidders are requested to name. the ,)!\: { I {_,..,# '
cartons visiting here for several days, left: Mrs. Bryant Hicks and'Mrs. Rudolph i arrived home Friday afternoon .S r.ufon rate ..r rates not exceeding r
per cent. must N submitted '
i Saturday morning for New York Britt and sons of Plant City. after 'sP nd1n an enjoyable two on A form to be provldwl by the .;: \ s "
Little Jackie Pens is spending this Rev. and Mrs. Robert EarlMoses weeks with their uncle and aunt. "Ih. nrh bid to b*. artompanied bya

o King Size IT1-i week with his grandparents. and their infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pepper of Mi amount certified flf of H.500.00.cashier's and ohwk Mbjert in the to i

The entire community was sad- I Brunswick, Ga. called on old ami. the unqualified approving legal fl
o ini".n of TS-od. Hort, Wa!'hbnrn.A11eCarthy.
friends here, Sunday. Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Norman
dened on Tuesday when it learned : :X.w York. New York and
Coke :bf the-passing of a loyal'eiti- Miss Elizabeth Terry had as and son; Ray and Mr. Norman'stwo I Patterson Freeman Richardson and SAVElII

( zenr Mr' O- J. Grifn Phillips. guests; during the week, Mrs. O.. sisters visited the first of this Watson.. Flnrida.t'Ampl.lt Bond .Attorneys of Jacksonville.

r Deepest sympathy is extended to I W. Durham"'of Jacksonville, and werk in Tallahassee with Mr. Norman's .: fin:!n.-1I1 Information.in .
-.. "'rm :Mrs. C.v& Strickland of Gaines brother
the Phillips family and other rela a W- IDO.s.I's
w 1
vard to Mi, tives. ville. j Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hall and I'"pie: of Ihe Official! Ptatm"nt. en. fj. Jr Mlfaalar901. I
Out of town guests visiting in, I. Rev. and Mrs. George Boyer Miss Elsie O'Connell of Miami gio..ring report.and Mher Vrtinentmaterial Toni VC10SN *"'* .. II S55 s jHr N ,

the Phillips home during the week and daughter, Jewell were Mon- I and Sister Mary Williams and undersigned may City lx obtained Clark or from from the .....ei. \

were Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and day and Tuesday guests of Mr. Sister Anne Marie of the Catholic Vl.rre. Carri"mi. Wnlbern Financial 14 ,," 3MrawuI

ii sons of Macon., Ga.; Mrs: W.- N., I and Mrs. Fred Moore. I Convent of Jacksonville were t.. I Advisory**7. Jacksonville Service. Ine 1, Florida.P O. The Ro* Mow IM PROGRESS I

Cox. Mr and Mrs. L. H. Highnote,,J Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt ;Stlests;; of Mrs. Lois Cox 'and chfl* right to reject any and all bids is

Mrs- Wilma Baker, Mrs. Marie had as guestS during the weekMr. t dren 'WedneEday of last week. reserved Carl Johns, City Clerk S Baa en in! Fort!'. No. 1 Bales! -pneiHoii his as give the e .
Wilson and Leamon and Donald[ and Mrs. Rufus Rigdon and i A surprise birthday dinner honoring 8720 %t S'27 t deal in our hi t<
Norman of Miami; Mr. and Mrs-- family of'Jacksonville. and Mrs. E. C. I Ernie 1 Johns ;Woo get Tb11Dl Ttrird-i pired styling .. Thunderbird V-&

Eddie Hilliard and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. J/ E. Southerland and was held in the Johns residence -- poser a car that' built for people bout to keep on /,

Eir'enincham: : of Valrica: Mrs.' S. I daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. :J Sunday. Hostesses for this delightful 1\ THE (O t'''TT Jl DOB'S TOURT; aving. Make a beeline for your Ford Dealer's now.TERWILLEGAR.
INn:' KOR BRtDKOHU .....aaa
I W. Rich of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. I Hudson of Dallas Texas. I' occasion were Mrs. John's CUl.NTY. FIUIIIil.V.
Hcrbeit Hilliard and daughter: of The Allen Harts and Mrs. Nan- daughters, Mrs. Earl Mosley of In re: Guardianship of j

I Mulberry; Mrs. Bryon Register icy Keene attended the family re- 'Iou community and Mrs. Lois libkTON, F. CUAUK.imumputent f OuR'ar?/

SIGN OF ( Mr. and Mrs. Durrell McLindan, | iD'on at the home of Mr. and Hanson of Jacksonville. Other ::\oT1'f; .

:Mr. and' Mrs. D. J. Phillips, and Mrs. J. E. Anderson, in Jackson- out-of-town guests were "Mr- and TO Vou ALL are-WHOM hereby IT notifiedthai MAY CONCERN the; FORD m> ea.re.aeoaesitsd.aaAat,.,.,., ,.,--,;..-.----+wd--'
GOODTASTE \Misses': .Hazel and Elizabeth Phil ville. Sunday. I'Mrs. Johns' children Mr. and Mrs. undersigned guardian of Mertoh F. ...'any .....ad wbmott.aaarw,_, .
:ips! of Gainesville; Mr. and Mr Mrs. Cora L. Turner of Bonifayis Clifford Johns and children and ClarK, has filed a petition in the
aocve styled Court seeking
I Leslie Phillips and sons of Calla- visiting her son and daughter- !Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Johns and to w; .II the ward's remainder authority interestin
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner.I children all of Jacksonville. the- following real estate situate. MOTORSIf
ih Bradford County Florida, to-wit:
:Miss: Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville t Happy Birthday, Mrs. Mary, A parcel of land lying in the

I :HBT[ BAPTIST Church Starker ,spent Mr. and last Mrs.week P.with L. her Dinkins.parents ; and with may many the many good more.Lord bless you: SET Township Bradford of SK'4 C.County.Suuth of Range.Florida Section 22 Ea and%1.U "You're Interested in an Used Car _Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer-

r rheir"Sunday guests were Mr. and Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. being more particularly describedas
i Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Mrs. Paul Dinkins and son of St. L. Billl( ] Reddish and son i ij :
Commence of
at the SE Corner
t! Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Augustine.Mr. (Keith were Mrs. Reddish's sister said Section :i and run thence
and ,rl") Phil Shufdrd and I-and children, Mrs. Delories Car- North 0 degree ;3S" 10"* West i -

: Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 ,'heir two children of Moore Haven i jnvchael and daughters Mrs. VIr- aiong thereof,the a distance Easterly of lit"boundary feet to r,.me.ater 1 ,

and the Joe Shuford family \ ginia Beach and Miss Sandra Carmichael the the Northerly boundary of the r
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. right of wy of State Road 230: .
of St. Augustine visited Mrs. John j of Jacksonville and Mrs.Carmkhaei's run. thence North W degree 50', a hard day's work !I"'
'Shuford \ \Vwvlw sM Northerly boundary
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-- Trainin. gUnion 6:45 PJH. and Dave last week. daughter-in-law; a distapce .of SJ.72 feet to
r Mrs Mamie Futch and Floyd Mrs. Archie Carmichael and a concrete monument for a pointof .
Midweek'' Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. had as Sunday guests Mrand i daughter of West Palm Beach. beginning. From point of
Mrs. D. and family of Mrs. Mildred Latham children brginmngthHS df'l'Cribt"d. continue -
J. Putney and' North 89 degrees: So' West -.
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Jacksonville. left Saturday for Philadelphia along/ said nolhrrly boundary. a L ,
distant of 2;0 feet to a concrete I-
Mr and Mrs. Mac McKinney Pa. after an enjoyable 'two North 0 .a J
10 AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH monument: run hence
aac1 family of Jacksonville spent months visit with her mother- "-irrs: Inc East:: a distance of :
Saturday with the D. B. Thomas I Annie Saunders, her daugh- ;:oe ft to a concrete monument 4 i''l )
''Mrs. run thence South !et degrees 5 3'
family. 1 children, Mrs. Bobbie Kite Fast a distance of 25: 1 feet to a
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keene and and her brother-in-law and sister concrete monument: run thence
I Si+nth 0) d P daughters of Houston, Texas are Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Solano of :300. fret to a pointof ,1 ,)
rlsHing his' mother Mrs. Nancy I b<- innina:. l 1 ;
A A "a.el"f land lying in_ the 1J
Kene. .
Miss Jackie Harley of -Jacksonville -
spent't1\?weekend wlth her { The*perfect tribute '18"i I r 1

narents\1.tr. ;and.t.fi'sI- }{.C.'.Hafe '- c: ihefithed memor s. ..- J f fr

I ley. "- '(..aEvery .
Mr and Mrs. Grover Hatton : t
funeral] that we- v
and children of SnXds were .r
Vkend guests 'of :Mr. and*Mft. '9'a s6trce of sustaining .

C. W. Thomas and son. solaee and spiritual fMplra: Ii l 1l

Mrs. James 'Waters, and J.. S. tlen tth family. 1..
Toilwith and Danny Waters visited her JJ .
Ease Engine: : pbrents. Mr.'and Mrs: Buford Hig- J Hundreds of details are managed"arid economical*" '

fcinbotham of Maxville- dal. Iy-attended.to that'only a trained and careful

this. New Oil Danny remained ftfr the week with organization can'perform when' the urgent-need

nit} grandparents. : for-serving- at ''hand5 -v -a- '*
Those who-'\are patients in

SFwke hospitals this week'are' M- DeWITT6 JONES ti I

L. Turner and 'I* P."Rafuse:? .
. S Miss EnzaBfanchard visiting FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE\ SERVICE --

her*cousin, Mrs": Roy O no' of PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 I -

0t Oneonta. Alav thlsVeekl-: ; wit furnish tfie'hljft-""st type '>wrvira at lowest priced, and accept '

Miss Sherry McCarthy of Jacksonville : ANY" life) Imraranc* portly hr force, tossed! by ANY company M I

spenfl tJe'"leund1th: : payment In' part or in full -ell faoeral services. Onwoltati

Mr: and Mrs.' Edward: '" Massed : cattle: no obtt( ttoa.f --"" don't -be a dish wt as er. BUY ONE

M'ss! Elizabeth Smith: returnedhome

.does the work of several oils with Tier t for>artsit!* .
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Burney ofJacksonvill& Can't blame him
(or stack 'em, a but
: visited Mrs: Georgia
her, or YOU) for duck- nothinglike ton walk .
away.Get outing
LESS ''STRAIN'AT STARTING..because then Ann Sapp, Sunday afternoon? 1
i y 4 a tedious chore; Just anAUTOMATIC of the kitchen sooner. Go
Koolmotor gives the performance of a light lOW-grad* Preplanning for LawteysJunior

11 motor oil Enables pistons move 'more -(reehi;.re High faculty began'Monday with think! an hour day I to the roovk,watch Wa- .

the first threet'dQyS'tspent spent in hand-washing and I ton,or just reaL Every

duces: strain on battery. at a workshop In Starke. Friends I far Good food for grown-ups, kiddies, hand-drying adds up to 45 ELECJRIC thing: (even pots 'n panty

LESS STRAIN DURING 'WARM.UP.. .Weause sop; wU be gll4"t I tbo\v'that* Mrs. 1 everyohe Enjoy eoerfy-pacled eight-hour working days a k win come out spotles>bright
Doyle Eubanks will be teaching .OnD
Perform. ., Super!Sue ifcetfealii ffenT. / year. Tlumklessi monotonous sanitized by scalding water.
L S D Koolmotor has twitched roles to gin 1st; grade t is"YH!" and 1.tfS:Jack

ante: _of a medium 2Oirtde'oil..This matches exactly Estcs the sixth grade.rmtr..trrafthm..e. h'e.IfK it's sufcr-good-ii'. superiotvAll I __ 1 drudgery; So don't be a disbwuber-
j c !. ) Because a modern automatic !See the
the engine's intermediate-tempt ntltra- bay OM new models in

I Electric Dishwasher can wash- decorator colon on display NOW .

I LESS STRAIN DURING HOT ENGINE' CRUISING... / ; a rinse-dry so much faster, easier, at your electric appliance deal.

because has switched roles-this 1WItI4tD: .' Tr' deans and better. You simplythere's
; again, 5D Koolmotor : S i era. Surprisingly easy terms, too.

time to provide the heavy JO.gradt'ptrf rmt1\ce: you I .
By Bin. Harm McCarthy, 1.ti ,
need friction. .
to prevent hot engine r

I .a.aaaaaa.AAA..aAAAAaAA. up Portable Electric i.

SiLCOX: Howdy Neighbors and a very I r -5- / t'e tauten' require.pba*b.

I, I l6COM<< ioata.JIQ utDl.
pleasant day to you'and you and j *
705 Starke FIa..EITIES'SIAVKE j (;' f b3tyolsaaef.iRdlasatladrten
Temple Ave. especially 'you. I / atnfa\
plug in for instant "
Deepest sympathy is extended tt
.. t 4tnnt
to the family of O. J. (IGnffl) ---y 4'.

t ( Phillips. who dt>departed this lifeTuesday
of last week. .
I Popular fter n/ Cane, Cvpt Pints; family H-GaJfons
We are thankful for our visitors
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I Board that the automobiles would 1'rclet, 1950 Olds, and a 1951 Ply- I I.......................t

Commission Tired I probably be sold at a loss again. mouth. Mike Klondes( (Farmers Must File I 1 Sell It Rent ft Trade t\)

Only cn one car auctioned off in The Commission heard a request GRIFFIS LOOP Soil Bank Requests

Of Selling 'Shine recent years has the Board been 'from three Lawtey area citizens Pays Fine On I t,
I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY fl.23 Per Lek xrfret u.ertl.
able! to do much more than clear Tho asked that a county bridge be Farmers who wish to put cropland \
At A Loss : By Verble Andersonu.&AA&&A '1.00 PER I'JCH FOR SAME AD REPEATEH OJEE OR MORE T1MRJ>f -
Cars expensesI i I raised and ditches adjoining their I I Whiskey ChargeMike I in the Soil Bank's 1960 Con- -

I property be cleaned out. The three &&A&& CARDS OF THANK said
Darby clerk's fees, attorney nervation Reserve must ask the
I j 'l OVER H WORDS __. 4 Oaf Per W.r4
Bradford County Commissioners fel's. wrecker fees, legal advertising -;,were Judge Starling Mann Grif Klondes, 629 West Weldon I -
We glad to have ASC committee to
and ( set
j were Judy county a
are just about ready to instruct costs, and other expenses in- Otis! and Bernie Padgett. The Com- Jerry Gibbs with us at Sunday I I Street entered a plea of guilty "F."ORfA AD REliOLrrl0'(' _____h.__ __u 4 rh P. _...
lasic annual rate acre for the
the sheriff not to confiscate any vJ'.ved in getting rid of the cars mission promised to take action night service. on charges of possessing and selling I per :It WORD* OR LF.At. One 1mnrr1t (Wlal._. Ch.rtel .n

more automobiles from moonshine I'cost more than they usually sell i ion their request as soon as pos- land offered, Felix Sapp, Chairman
i sible. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. O'Brian and tax-paid whiskey in a dry I r. rn -.nnlTlO'l("L WORD OVBR S0 __________ ________ 44" Per Waf.;
haulers.At Icr. Competition at auctions is i i county before County Judge T. of the Bradford County Agricultural -
children and Linda Brookins of
their regular meeting Monday 1 usually limited to used car and I Clerk Darby read a letter from 'Hampton of A. Yawn on Tuesday. i Stabilization and Con- 20% DISCOUNT: OX REPEAT PiSERTIOXS:' SAVE AD
were Sunday guests
sight the Commissioners receivedher1f"s junk yard dealers, and sale prices I II' George D. Woods, president of the Klondes % 23* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND:' ADS OR ADS SOT PAID PI ADVAlfCB.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard HarrelL was sentenced to six .|nervation Committee, said today. _
normally! from $10 to about Barclay Development Corporation
returns on five old model j range II
I'i $35 each for the old 'shine cars. asking that the county approve i] Martha Green has returned months in jail or a $500 fine on The period for filing such request WE HAVE ft new loan program for
automobiles that have been clear- i days'in
the possession charge, and 90 farmers. Loam oi 1 to 6 rears
i from a week's vacation in Panama is from 24
August through
four streets he -
had in
ed for sale and will go on the auc- | The cars to be auctioned the paved KeyI jail or a $200 fine on the sale I I{i for the entire credit requirements
|I I stone Club Estates. City. r r September 10th. Requests will of the farmer and his faro
tion block in a few weeks time.next( Boald ale are a 1949 Olds- i charge. He paid the fines. j ily. Gainesville Production Cred' 6 Months
Clerk Charles Darby advised the i mobile. 1949 Mercury, 1948 Chev- '''I Darby was instructed to notify Iris Ann Oainey is home froma I rot be accepted after September Association, WJ forth Mala,
Klondes the second of four
Wood that Road Foreman R. E. visit with her brotherinlawand was i I 10th. Gainesville. Fla. tfchRADIOS '

_ .. -- .. --.. -- .. "'. .. 1111I sister persons arrested on August 6 to
lUen' U01.0mg Jones had inspected the streets Mr. and Mrs. Keith of I Contracts under the Conser- REPAIRED
II Jacksonville. enter a plea of guilty before coming All Hake ADUfcMaafcle .ect-- Auto
ALVAREZ SIUKE I \\11111! and refused to accept them. vation Reserve may run for as Liability
: Established 1894 | ,! to trial. Henry Laport, of the Ckare !cvM1KPHEHD8 e p
Commissioner Bishop said the Barbara Jean Griffis has re- long as 10 years. The farmer RADIO TV
}Pine Tree Inn on SR 100 South, ,
Board had told Woods he would turned from a visit with her I will receive an annual rental payment Iawaa Green. Ow.er01S
wa.! the first. Laport paid fines F.. C.U St. Phone WO -cv 1
have: to build the streets according brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and on the reserve land for the Stark Fl*.
t totaling $650 on the same charges $
LOCAL MANAGER FOR to State Road Department speci- M rs. Don Curtis of South Caro- Klondes( faced. I life of the contract, and he also COLONL FLORIST $1500b

fications, and said he was not hi will receive cost-sharing help in Only F. T. D. Florist in StarkF".orcrra
lina.Mike Still to be tried
are Leo Leurck, Flowers
lavor of accepting the streets until Curtiss returned to South establishing an approved conser- wired any place.
1434 Wilson Road and Ethel For- for all occasions' locally. Phone
the developer complied. Commissioners Carolina after visiting his grandparents vation practice.For \vo 4-R211 l !Sn; Ki: "t Vnna St. tfhiFOR ,g

Jim Walter Chastain Harrell and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis. sythe Bell, 1402 Wilson Road. Florida the basic pre-acre Doyle E. Conner
Corp."World's Luerck has posted $700 bond on RE Furnished apart
Crawford agreed, and Darby was Brother Stcdham taught the charges of rate of payment under the 1960 ments. Reasonable rates Near
: and sale of
shopping center. Phone WO !-201 1
instructed to so notify Woods. adult class of Vacation Bible I I Conservation Reserve is $12, the
ncn-tax-paid whiskey, and Ethel rr WO 4-5134 or call at 2U S.
Chairman Harold Norman reada School the first week and Rev. Bell has posted the same amounton same as under the 1959 program. Cherry St. Shell Oil Co. Office. Insurance Agency

Largest Home Builders"WILL letter from District Road Dept. ;>Haines the second week. The two charges of possession and sale tfchg

Engineer Jim Brewer which replied ';, teachers sent to us were Miss of tax-paid whiskey.The 218 Temple An.

to a county request that the iNtdine Minick and Miss Men's Leather I
I Mary four
were arrested in a well 90 PHONE WO 4-4501
Brewer said the work would be helped. .
i out by state beverage agents HALF SOLES

EACH THURSDAYAT done from SR 225 north to the I We were happy to have Mrs. and city and county officers. CITRUS bearing sizes, container
Bailey Ditch if the Also
commissioners grown. Plum Career Apple-
Lawson and
son Tony and Mr. Also
appearing before the Coun-
f Hood
would the told EMM win, fig
secure necessary easeMents Mrs. Cooper and daughter ty Judge during the week were: On Route U. S. 90 1.50 uMen's Grapevines, Persimmon ttc. Eer.

from property owners. I with us at services, and also the Eugene Norsworth, who was puton BALDWIN FLA. greens, snade Trees, Camellias, over
too varieties.
The final business of the meeting AzalMS fine plants,
S i miny visitors from other church- good behavior after his arreston Rubber full of bud and bloom. See
STARKE HARDWARE CO. was the selection of a jury list I Pit.I a charge of disturbing the Show Time 7:45 P_1\1. plants for quality. We are located
for County Judge's Court. 11 miles east of Keystone Height
I Mrs. K- D. two peace by fighting. The HEELS 85'
Russ and children .Incidenttook on Hi way 100. Thousands of plant
12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Present at the meeting were I are sick. We hope they will place on a dirt road near Fri., Sat. Aug. 21, 22 -0. C. Games Nursery. Phone hit!
Cerk! Darby, Commissioner Har 1.1295. Florahome. Fla. if
recover soon. Lawtey. STARKE'S
old Norman Mrs. Jessie Chastain,
Mrs. Katherine Jane Lyonpleaded FOR RE rnfnrninhed email
Mrs Ralph Gainey Is visiting
L.?wton Crawford and H. A. [Buddy hou!'e, at rear of store! building at
For guilty to a charge of driv-
Appointments Call
] Bishop Jr.Bradford her daughter, Mrs. Keith and new 321 Temple Ave. Contact Mrs. Maude
Ing while intoxicated. She Mott at McCarthy's<<
granddaughter of Jacksonville. was Oarage. S miles
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector 123 Walnut St. on 1bir"rlt nit
-- sentenced to pay a fine of $150 or ttf'lIt

High Band yyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyvvyvyVl serve 90 days in jail and her YearsDean Across from Park TheatreFOR. .

STARKE WO 45311"If'IfsA Ready For Rehearsals license was revoked for six

LONG BRIDGE months. Stockwell, Natalie Trendy RENT-Kingsley Lake effiCincy 1- .
Quality Home 'The-'B Bradford High Band will AND NEW RIVER Mack Evan Smith pleaded PLUS apartment or cottage by week : QV.wn rAITIIfAOHAitI

e T month. Call WO 4-5011, C. H.Naworthy. : lct$
guilty to driving without
rehearsals next license
begin pre-school a
It's A Jim Walter Home" I tic"g
Monday at 9 a.m. Old, and new Mrs. R. F. Merritt and was sentenced to serve 3 WINKLER ELECTRIC

OTHER OFFICES: band members should attend. New davs in jail. He was given credit The Proud Rebel Item that are aeeded! fey Lake Res- SERVICE i
tAAAAAAAAAAAAALALALLAALAClyde Utmtu will be fo_.d at Billy Jark-
students in town who interested fo": time he has served in jail
are .* 234 N.
OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA M > f *d Supply Yard !I. rear fnic Temple Starka
should report for a tryout. Moody son of Mr. and Since his arrest on August 16- IX TECIIXICOLQfc D.r. 'a..t'7. Slrrl Boat
Mrs. Albert Melvin Harvey and James Hill- L..diiiK Mats 1C !. z 10 ft. Flood i'HONEVO 4.4081
Moody, last
Rehearsals will be from 9 o 10. spent I Alan Ladd, Olivia de HavUland LUhts. Life Rafts Light Flxrares,
and majorette practice will followuntil weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Chester .iard, both of Jacksonville were PlamblBfC S ppiea .f all klads. 'WANTED: sr

1130.: Uniforms will toe issued Moody and family of Brooklyn I rdased on $75 bond each after Steel folding rvta. I'ned F.r lt.re. EPERIEC'FDPalntf'rs: and dry
Sun. Mon. Aug. 23, 24 IftiBdvwladow SIT".. Doors, wall work by hour or by the Job.
the first day at 8 a.m. Lake. .I their arrest Tuesday on chargof \etc, ..ff'. Call MO 4-4001, ..k for Contact Jack Houser at J &: J
Ray Turner spent Sunday with seining fish in Samson Mr. Gkamm .r come la to see ? Banders. for Information. Guaranteed

Grace Methodist Church, Lawtey his son, R. V. after returning froma I After a talk with the arresting esThe; Big Country wbe. la to.... tin hp. a nrk.b'UL .

SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! Sunday-Church' School for all visit with his daughter and family !ficer.; Judge Yawn raised garage KENT-2-apartment.:x 50' space below
bond HASTINGS MATTRESS Ideal for tor-
in $200 a
aGo ges, 10 a. m.; Morning Worship, Cordell Ga. i on each of the men IN TECHNICOLOR ae. ThnnVQ !-S'"1 tr..hFOR ;

il a. m-; Evening song and se rJames Lavender and son, Jimmyhave ;and Sheriff P. D. Reddish forwarded & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

Jacksonville Gainesville mon service 8 p. m.WednesdaYYouth reported good catches of .: the affidavits to Duval 1 Gregory Perk, Jean Simmons 710 Lemon St. Palatka> land SALE-Approsln.ately on Epperson Rd.l : Inquire 1 acre at t8 of 2
or or Fellowship, trout and bass from Sampson authorities PLUS Furniture Repaired, Upholstered Cutler Rd. or phone WO 4-1SS4

Lake. ____ tiP .27
..8 p. m.Chimes & Refinished M
ANYWHERE to get a price on your are played every Sun Miss Mary Frances Dekle of >EVEBGBEEN!: PARAMOUNTCARTOON MATTRESSES REBUILTNew MORTGIGB LOANS

Jacksonville spent last weekend BAPTIST CHURCH O. latpr.v.d Property
day morning'and
evening. Everyone
New'Car THEN SEE welcome. with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng Innerspringsand I.,. I R.afaeaa pep eat Terms er RfitUestlal 13-2O.ZS: : Tr..

.1*. and boys at Moody's Trailer 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Box Springs fan .r write DA!T BTRD
m_Preaching 7:30 CARNIVAL Drop Us a Card or Call iSBlne.TlIle, .,..
Park.Mrs. : p.m. Prayer P. O. B.I. IIZ,. PatS- lf
w. c. ru. Jessie Lazenby moved her >Meeting Wednesday< 7:30 p. m. P.4L4TKA EA 5.9164 : Ut"hfr
-- Big
trailer to Homestead, Saturday.Sh. Wednesday Bible study. ?-30 I STARKE WO 4-5934 LAKE FRONT LOTS FOR
Sh. will teach there again this lots with access to lake Reanonabl. -
LIKE A FISH IF YOU DRINK year and is now attending preschool SIRS. PEGGY SMALLER, Starke, .. Terms. to suit you. Phone
3SJ3 after. I
WHAT TilE FISH DRINKS.'. planning. MrsHhoda Dowl- Agent p. ft.-hit tn Slt8

[NATIONAL VOICE.] ing and Donnie Crews returned Uchg

with her and they all expect to be LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS Large INei Life'R.NCR Ins. Co.AGENT op-ratlng on

back for Christmas.Mr. I.4RCR IIOMF.FOR debit system is adding third man In
SALE-Colonial-type house,
MAPlef' We
and Mrs. Joe Fales of Pa- 4 are interested In a
bedrooms, living rm., family rm., family man between the of
latka spent Sunday with Mr. and Now Starke dining: rm, sun parlor; located N. 24.16. ages
Serving Walnut St. choice residential area; Man selected will have
the best
Mrrv Harold Shiver and family. close to business section, schools!, of training.For .
They enjoyed swimming and skiing churches Lot extends depth of entire
the right
man we will pay a

FOR A LOWER PRICE at Sampson Lake. Cooking and Heating 7.50 Per Tank if. drsirrd.block. Will Contact sell partly owner,furnish Mrs. "IIH. d.. an starting Int..nl.rite ralary of 18'Mgr weekly P O. Box For

Elbert Nettles is attending Na- HcLendon. 3025 Westchester, Orlando +r r..in.vl11 2t!) A-0

ACROSS THE STREET two tional weeks.Gaurd Camp in Georgia for Cooking (only 8.00 Per TankNo County, Fla.Telegraph., or inquire Bradford tfchg' Florida"Far The RealHnmtr Best F..tate"ode I.

TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES m Mew and .wd.tr Ugkwey,
FROM SETZER'S"If ) to order. Mrs. Peggy Shatter 209K. ....&., arrrace. lo..f.f'a..ppe."If'II .
County's Only Crash Charge For Installation Ad kins, phone WO 4-S934! ticANNOCNCiNG hg e

Injures One PersonA
OPEN )IamlPrlel't
SOS Trmrlf A.e, fl' !S. 301 ..
You Don't Trade With Us, We Both PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT G-4331 Kindergarten at 204 N. Thompson In newly bgnartere lit. Ml. from ('..aq Court Healy an.

Lose Starke woman was injured in Open Hou!>e and registration A n it.g. Tel. W'043701FOR

Money"SOUTHERN the only accident reported on Joe Shaw 16 and 2? from 9 to 11 a. m. tch 8/gf! SALE At Hellbronn Springs:

REMEMBER! county::! highways last week. One Lot 55 FL X 1JJ Ft. and three
BEACH-cottages For room cottage with bath. Electrically
Trooper A. S. Mauldin said Rent by week on Hg Lake Santa equipped and famished. J. T Qui -
___ __ Juanita Janice Harper was admitted Fe. Call HO 8-2552 Waldo. M l I",. Corner: Cherrr and Madinmt.
fFiBRING. ) Maude Comer, Box 575 Earle! n.n..
to Bradford County Hospital F!...
-i; e T 4 tpa/H FOR RENT' At Heilbron*
for treatment and observa- Springs-" three room cottage; ant
UClUSIYt t'cn after her car was struck from FOR RENT Sept. 15th to May 1 bath. Furninhed. Couple only J T.
I5th large lake cottage. See In. (111111;"')'_ Corner Cherry and MadiXKW -
m CROSS 22555EXCLUSIVE behind by another vehicle Satur rasp at Kin+r.'t-T T.ike. S tn 4 27 snrr

: day night on SR 230 west of
ped 1nt"lOcUa jpli) FI.A. 90 STRAWBERRY PLANTS : L.XIJRent Free from Sept
I $bRlaa.a4.47a4cO4A ; .. 3t rke. She was treated for Injuries for wile. .
... .. J. Staling Rt. 1, to Sent 1, IJSJ. Apply at SmittT'sHjirVr
; U. of the hip, shoulder and 1 Itiy 37. Marrl-nnv. Fla. Stp- a/%n Shon :1 trhc

.. tca neck.Mauldin FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom I Want to hire trartor-mower to
,' i 1;>A4 said the woman wal residence circulating oil twatrivate eL mow JO acre at edge of city ronfa..t
p garage on Kingsley Its ke. n-vight Carpenter at fire sttion -
SPRINCWALL r charged with giving an improper Big cooling at a low low Ava'labieS"Pl.. I to June I. Monthly Phone WO4-277L ItoWO

HOM-SAG EDGE 4' signal after she apparently could
not make her mind which tfcg
up way
she wanted to make turn. RICIt /
DAMASK COVER, RENT-Housekeeping apartments Weekend SpecialsAT
Mauldin said she first gave a very reasonably' light andwater
DEEP QUILTED COMFORT furnithed. See, Mrs. Bulling inn
left turn signal and then
a right at Studio or 210 N. Cherry. tfchgHOUSEWIVES
turn signal while she was driving

her 1959 Chevrolet west on the

Y road, about one mile east of TERWILLEGARMOTORS\
t Starke. S$* can be yours. A few hoarsit

Lewis! Mansell Ayers Waldo, wasabut friendly contertation
HOME setting A"OSm
to pass when he saw the provide n good

CARTONS and CARTONS signal blinker change from rightto S In<'Ome. Write: OoJda Sweat, P.
0. Box
left. He swerved back to avoid f MO. Live Oak, Fto.
the side of the other N.NN. N.. NNN Your
hitting! car .N._ ::::....:::: Furnished House for Rent on Silver Authorized Ford Dealer
and rammed into the back of NN Lake Inquire at Greyhound BUB In Bradford County
t f-f.
it.Ayer's I K XZZZzSZZZ m fi-jatTT r"OR
1955 Crevrolet and the nS HS rSr Mft *** HIRE Special agency to
I otter car sustained. about $500 ..:=*::jr -r-** -"* fcJ problems.wndie your personal or' business 1951 Plymouth Station

.. Hstablished 1H9I and still
K.U +Mr.Ora damages each. I going
strong. Let us rfow yon how
to combine individual coverages in. 295.00
to 'Homeowners'
policies and save .
{ l ONIY 10 per rent If you need yourOwn" -
f< gent tall, Harry Rabb at WO4-
Re-Elect co moN* f9tl1. 1 tchg 1953 Plymouth Tudor
I 11 i95
1ri.allritM ,ta ,r ty: IX CITY POUND Clean395.00
SPECIAL PRICE Sweat -1 black Codpaa1.1 "
Riley ;
.s nut female 1 black and tan
: Hound female 1 White and brown
male Collie and 1 black and brown
1 'emale Hound. Owner may have by 1954 Plymouth For-

\$ 76 each .. { .. -i CHIEF OF POLICE: (, Contact oayfaig FOR ALFH advertising City Police.feeder cost pigs.and 1 board.Du tchg roc' dor 495.00

I1119ESifr E ind Found
msttnss or box I fiAt. Value Everyone wants fair and_ impartial IA1EI. _' "s. Hampton China Fla. cross. Billy Varn-1 tpWeitinghouse. 1955 Plymouth Station

twin or doubfc .,.. law enforcement, and a police department MnSts ___ efA I'''' -

compare with try9.M .I" 1.i. ;; that keeps pace with modem ttt+ett a..My11.rtYa..r=r audition io. Two Refrigerator wheel trailer good Wagon 695.00

f/ tuflrt mattress .. ..._ :l times. This is.the kind l. police_ ..Mt.+aaie.. =new'". Christian oak floor St., spare off W.wheel Call.$40, 114 I topectnc

force I have maintained for the'past : 1955 Ford 2-Dr. V-8

year.: It would be my pleasure to continue serving the ateMOENCH excellent Kelvinator condition JO will, Inch trade rain aof one Radio ,

HART FURNITURE CO people of Starke as Chief of Police.. '. APPLIANCES gas LE KInI'IJI..v. J-24J1.range Lake of Mc,equal. Wm.value.Shannon.I Pb tf'hll Heater 595.00

Your Vote And :
Support Greatly FOR
Starke, Florida Appreciated, 220 E. WASHINGTON STREET FOP. RENTroom furnished I with RpT-Two| bedroom hou*e
. hon e, gaa. lights and water. I block I September eri! ronenleRcca.. Available
.. .. from Kingsley Lake. ,1. s e William lTikoa! I
,..... -- Phone LE Sun milt cut of SUrk.
on Highway II,
Stars and Strict, it dn r .
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Rotary Swimming Instructors I Melrose Principal


By Mary K. !>chaeffer GRANDIN
1 By j yoe spite of all the changes that

I By DamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA jso on in this changing \voild the
Dear Old Golden Rule Days I th; and at this writing a vacancyin s &AAAA LA&4uUUAA .
r tart ? remains that Keystone Heights School will' the fifth. Sixth, seventh eighth, I I Miss Robin Williams alignments: compress nerves and

reopen Aug. 26. at 8:30: a. m. The ,, and ninth grades will be departmental F
'The Missionary Circle of the and Mrs. Charles w obstruct the flow oft81 nerve
first three days will be half-day i i, with Mr. Cherry. Miss i1a [Churcn of God at Florahome met hams, returned last force to any organ. if the lungnerve
sessions.: ; Classes will be dismissed :I Mansfield Mr- Duncan, and an-
spending the summer \ is compressed the flow of
I at Mrs. Dick Lilly's home Thurs-
at i1:30 a. m. Starting on Mon- :other vacancy at this writing. I
grandparents ,in Maine- vital force
day. 'The educational chairman, nerve IS reduced and
i I
dav, Aug. 31, the lunchroom v.illl As for the appearance of the Col. and Mrs. H. lurg disease\ follows. If the liver
phi Mrs. A. E. Rather gave a report R. ... .
be in operation and full sessions they will always be .-
buildings as a.a5 y Jon the State Missionary Woman'sWork grandchild, Heidi Lee rerve is compresses liver disease
vill be held. Students will register :''attractive i clean, and neat. We ; t j and she and stewardship vid Chiappini, recently c,ill follow.
on the first day. Ninth grade boys classrooms under'i
I have some new I ;chairman Mrs. Lilly outlined the I and Mrs., Jolm; Foster of Only correction of th ecompre.
and girls have already registered.If i I construction\ which will be ready '
I work for the coming year. After lachen. fo nerve can restore health. YtiSs
you plan to attend the ninth I I for occupancy by October 1. J x
this I I the' meeting the members surprised I I Mrs. J. F. Weir Miss (is the work ofour skillfully
grade in Keystone Heights
i I Members of the PTA Executive Mrs. Jane Moody with a Stork Weir Mrs. David t-amed.Chiropractor.

year, you are advised to in see orderto Mr.I Board met last Thursday evening I 4v |Shower. Refreshments were served I'I'i daughter, tS.1e. all of I Chiropractors today are requir.f. .

Cherry, the principal 26Eyeiy I to make a few plans for the coming Rt arf i to the fifteen ladies present. South Carolina spent II to take the same basic science

register year prior there to are Aug.changes- in I II;I I year, and to choose committee I I[ Florahome Baptist Church I with Mr. ,arid Mrs. R. F. I examination as M.O.'s and Osteo.

our school. The changes may be i 1 i chairmen. i I formed a Baptist Training Union Now visiring the paths before they can receive a

Gold Head Branch News :last Sunday evening. Mrs. Alma I hank and Jennie lire to practice.
in the instructional staff the :1i. ; I
Phy-I c. Holden
sical appearance of the plant This past week. Gold Head j Clark is the director and Rev. Albert Pert Bragg, North I has been appointed Chiropractic restores health after .

the curriculum Tills year we have Branch had 6,150 visitors as com- ; Grant, of Hawthorne is the Mr. and '''Mrs. Roland ( as principal of Melrose everything. else has tailed
High School for '
the schoof
oil three. All in all it looks likea pared to 7,525 for this time last Bible Reader's Leader. lare as guests Mr. Bryan's 1959-60. year Visit the,
year. Fishing has picked up a ri I: er: Mrs. O. W. Bryan of replacing Earl Cherry.
While high schoolis Clifford G. Miller arrived home ;
good year. a : I Born
iitile in the park. Mr. Wolfbrandt t / ri in Palatka Holden is a Dr.
d : his aunt M s. Charles 9)t H. G. Bollinger
nothing new to Keystone M from Putnam Memorial Hospital. I graduate of the University of
i of Cecil Field. along with his dad.
Tampa: another aunt.
Heights we have not had a high Palatka, this week. : Florida. Offices
Last Chiropractic
But I I caught a fine string of bream, all r Caldwell;; a niece, Miss year he was princi-
school for a number of years.
Henry Avery arrived in Flora- pal of the Hillcrest
I well over a pound. Lake Johnson I Bryan Tampa:, a Elementary 126 N. Walnut St.
this year, a ninth grade is being
home Monday to spend a month School in Orlando.:
well Pebble Lake has risen
as as :
added. Next year a tenth will be nth Thomasson. Tampa: Phone \VO 4-2881 Slarke
+ will havea I a good deal in the past few ,.. vacationing with his parents-in- I:and Mrs.,Bryan's son and Holden. who is married and hastwo or
adr ed, and by 1962. we law.
Mr and Mrs. Oscar G. Hal- I
full high school. When we talked' months and is very close to nor- Shown above are the seven YMCA swimming instructorswho er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I I daughters makes his home 7:* E. UniversityPhone
I mal. is looking forward rerson.; : OP Lake Swan. He plans to
Everyone -
with Mr. Cherry, he said 25 ninth j conducted the Keystone Rotary Club's annual course during 'Bryan Jr. and daughter continue 6-3238 Gaines\Ole
to some good Spec fishing this Timmy Hubner son of Mr. and or Gainesville.Miss I his studies towards hisDoctors
graders had registered. the first two weeks of
Augu'iLThe 20 Experience
I coming season Mrs. Paul Hubner has been ill Margaret Janes Degree at the Universitycf
Faculty for the coming year program included instruction (or all ftulmmers, from beginners for several days. I Florida in Gainesville.
good test week from
taCtnr Dept. a
vill be: Earl Cherry principal; through lifesasers. ,
Mrs. Gornton. first grade: : Mrs. I Tomorrow evening. -Aug. 21, Mrs. Olaf Anderson of Jackson- Massachusetts: and Maine.Steven -

Cone second grade; Mrs. Mars. there will be a Fish Fry at St. ,in ville: visited her sister, Mrs. O. G. : Williams. Johnny I I
I the Recreation Hall to settle on patrol are asked to look in New Subdivision; ; ;
Anne's Episcopal Parish House, H.lverson and family last week. fOJJe, and Scot Sipprelle
den. third grade: Mrs'Jones, tour- the fine points in the preparationof their closets or dresser drawers
at 5:30 Tickets for I weekend, to two I I
starting : p- m. spend
Closing exercicses for the Vacation -
the Ham Supper to be held on and try to locate a hat or two. : JUST OPENED OX
adults will be $1, 50c for children. Sept. 5.Another. The 1959-60 Patrol will be organized Bible School conducted by Camp Weed. A.fI:1TIL: !;
the Estrellita Club will Mr. and Mrs. Winfred
Aug. 29. Club Is BornA Florahome Church of God. were
next weeK, and Chief Haber-
hold a Chicken Bar-B-Que at the held Friday evening at the church. Assistant Registrar at the IN LAKE Gator Bone Lake
WHY THE group of teen-aged boys with stroh is scrounging: around tryingto FRONT LOTS
public beach. Serving will start sity of Miami visited
similar interests have formed a locate the hats so the patrol the school was considered a big
&t 5:30 p. m. Proceeds are for with Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
NEW I960 Model Air-plane Club. The organ- will look sharp and snappy. The success. Near Keystone Heights
Masonic and
for the family.
equipment new izational meeting will be held at hats were purchased by the Lions' The. Women'. Mission Union of GOOD; SANDY BEACHES
building in Keystone Heights. Miss Susan Meehan of
7:30 p. m., this evening (Aug. 201] C'ub. The rest of the Patrol equipment Pa ran Baptist Church met Mon- Nice Shade Lots
Tickets will be $1.25 plate, Ca. has been large
per at the home of David and Rickie is furnished by A. A- A. day evening at the home of Miss visiting ., .,..
I including dessert with special Mrs. George P. Rippy. $_._1 ) TO $2,575
Sunderland. All boys interested in Another IndustryWe Dorothea Mayo. Cookies and '
children. Mrs. Sara Mc- han's Mr 20 PER PAY
rates for parents and CEM DOWN 5 YEARS TO
model building or flying are wel- have heard that an egg-pro- PUrch were served after an interesting
DO:1ald'ill oe In charge of the ge Meehan, and family
come to come.: cessing: plant is to be built'in ( ebutness program. S. E. M.KAY REALTOR
dinner, which should be recom- down last weekend to --
IS THEWORLD'S What Happened To The Hats? I section of our town and Mrs. Weldon Brantley and
mendation aplenty for anyone. home.
Chief of Police Jack Haberstrohwho while we have no opinion,we have .
Rebecca and Mrs. Ella. Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151
Sept. 5, the Women of the Com- daughter Master .:William E. -
is in charge cf School Patrol
heard that a few home owners are
i FINESTPERFORMING munity Churcn will hold a Bake Bc'Jsario'; were visitors in otarke, MelrosePhone Granite 5-2968
i ic: wondering what hapened all upset because they feel this isn'ta (Continued on Page
Safe in front of the Old DrugStore
the hats checkrd'out to the mem- suitable location for such an Vui Tuesday- < ..
{former Belote'sl] startingat .
TV hero of the boys and girls' Patrols. industry. Does anyone have an
9 a. m. Any boys or girls who'have been opinion? ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
t Sept. 5 is also the date for the

EVEN IN THE Annual I 'bor-Day weekend Ham A ,.Combination Jack Haberstroh Adds A Year CHURCH, KEYSTONE.
Pretty .' -" -,. .
> by St. William's ... .. M .Ja .Haberstroh; .entertained !; > ,
Supper sponsored; :: t
at her home :Friday ,evening Rev M. H. Breylogle, Vicar I
'If Catholic Club. As usual the din- '
FRINGE AREAS with a party for her husband who Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Com*
ner will be held on the lawn of '
was having a birthday, Guests,I munlon; 9:30: a. m., Sunday
St William's and served in the
were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hempstea'd, School;,9:30 a. m. Morning Prayer
Recreation Hall. Serving will begin -
Zenith HANDCRAFTED Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thiele Mr. and Sermon (Holy Communioneach
at 5 Tickets are $1.25 for L
QUALITY-no production shortcuts p. and Mrs. Joe Daurer. and Mr and first Sunday]; 6:30 p. m.;
with famous Zenith "Fringe adults: 75c for children not yet in Mis. Charles Wallenius. Young'People meet. Oldest Name in Electric Household Appliances

Lock"circuit mean mort operating High School. There will be valu- .' .
"1' PersonalsWe Holy Days-7:30: a. m.. Holy.
dependability-less service head able door prizes. ; :'
to talk to Communion.BESSETTE'S.
t. were so happy
aches. CHURCH NEWSC4Jmmunlty Mrs. Thelma Bunce' on the telephone ',' "
Zenith Bulls Eye Turret Tuner Church News rt: .
.I and to know 1
the other day
-the world's finest Is extrasensitive '
There will be a General Meet- [
U bring In even distant etationsautomatically I --- she is home from the hospital and SPECIAL
i ins of the Women of the Com-
tunes each feeling'much improved. Thelma is
stationlll munity Church here on. Tues- I Cindy Scales small daughter grateful to all her friends who .
day evening. Sept. 1. at 7:30. They of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scales celebrated -
bent: her cards, flowers and gifts
will hold a Bake Sale Saturday. her fifth birthday last
during her illness.
'"fr Sept. 5. In front of the old. now week and of course she had a

\ NEW vacated. Drug Store. lovely party. There were the usual Miss Ruth Sunderland arrived GRanite 5.2126

F St. William's Church News games. prizes favors. and refresh- Sunday to spend this week with
St. William's Catholic Club hada I I rents Mrs. Scales had made two I her brother. Dick Sunderland and JANITORIALSERVICE -

J ROYAL'CLASSICLSTYLING called meeting Monday evening I fancy cakes for the patty, and threfreshment e his family. Ruth lives in Wilmington 49 IB. FREEZER WITH

I : table was most at- Del.

; :, Fear Of Pain With tractive. Guests for this happy occasion Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Best, Jr. FOR OFFICES Etk 17 IB. CHILLER DRAWEI

were: Vanessa Millican, and son of Orlando spent Hast

_.r-i, Hair RemovalBy Patti Drew, Margaret LeMee. Pan L week with Mrs. Best's parents, Mr. AND STORESWE

Anthony. Terry Bennett. Sabrina L I and Mrs. Roy Watkins. Mr. Best's ( ) !

I THE FRANKLIN-Model 024MSI EIUiTM DVVYERElectrologist ; Cherry. Glenda Mae Rose, Pattj r parents Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Best, Wash,and Wax Floors .

*overall diagonal meaiure.562 McGlave Ann Baylor Gina Massa Sr. of Sanford. were weekend Clean Windows f

grained s0.Inehes of Walnut.picture viewing Mahoganyor ar... Often presents women from cor- Betty Griffin, Carol Ann Glis- guests of the Roy Watkins. The Screen and Blinds ;

Blond' Oak colors. Only reeling a hair condition in u Its, sor. Janine Gay. Debbie Jones, elder Bests came to Keystone to Mow Lawns ,
Treatments Johnny Valldejuli. Mike VaUde- help celebrate three family birthdays I Iijif .1if1 rT.i FAMILY SIZE

'259.95 early stage. IJULI'at arepleasant. the. juli. Jerry Pawlikowski. Pete : that of their son Edwin Jr.; SEE WARD BESSETTE $ I '
Patients i II : Ii : N I 10.8 CU. FT. CAPACITY(
'aloe of hair remo\al. "I wish 1 Morgan. Billy O'Connor' Ores their grandson. Edwin m; and a Echo Lake, Off Rt. 214 I //r

MORE REASONS. .,. had come sooner" is a popular Harris. Buster Baker, Bob Wil (Continued on Page 9)) flIM iM- \\ I -r. x
Excess Horns. Beth Jackson. Phyllis Mas I r!
expression. -E P .
NOTHING LEFT OUT! I sa. Roger Smith and Heidi Hen, ( i
: hair conditions -
dry. Also present were two sets o:

ZENITH SUPER H20 are cor. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. H

HIGH FIDELITY CHASSIS n rested faster Granger, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Sales. Mrs. George Massa assistet: L
when first noticed.
volts of
with 20,000 picture
r Mrs. Scales in caring for the l 616 STOWE
power..dual high fidelity It's to your I

speakers ft' 't:rev, advantage to eliminate NEW 1959 FORD CARS 16 SQ. FT. OF ul ODOR SHELVES
e Full Power Transformer .' J !>' this gll"Sts.lOT '
... ex. r'r
"' ''''- '''
"Fringe lock"Circuit cess hair before" it spreads. Thereto R 9 .L USABLE SHELF AREA

."Capaettrplus"components skin irritation after the AND.
no excess TRUCKS LEFT

for longer fife. hair has been removed. Many SUMMER COLD : "e. xM)

GET ZENITH TV... girls have the hair removed dur < j

GET THE'FINEST ing their lunch hour returnto W l
work cosmetically correct. I %

LOW DOWN PAYMENT Because facial hair appears asa Buy Now '. '

masculine characteristic, it 666iluf i

21-MONTIIS TO PAY threatens a woman's femininity. k

This is also a factor in its absence -.

No Payments Till as a social topic ol| conversation.
The result being: that # And Save!
each U'OIlULll.so Afflicted: reasons for Refresh.e.1at1.Ytih_ O'It$ 1Vry4

:20) :Models in Stock to that she h the lone sufferer of 4 1s
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urns TOUR tV SIT TO Of1R complex. "Where Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S,-

Fortunately, we can offer enrouragement -

to those who seek / !

J i help in restoring a satisfactocosmetic Your Authorized Ford Dealer .

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: Assured An analysis of your hair problem I County

is offered to you by Edmund II""'

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.9TTT.T.TTYYYYYT"" my, of New Orleans left last week -
Spires for those taking part in '
CHURCH 7 of -
after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. the Episcopal Vac 'tion Bible KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Legal 1 hours Sept of: sale 19591 namely between eleven the above fendant described, to satisfy property said of Mid de.
George P. Rippy. o'clock in the
School. Albert C. Holt forenoon and two 0'- D. REDDISH
&...&.. ....&&& && .. Mrs. Earl Hartsfield and daughter Danny Jordan left last week Mrs. J. L. Hetherincton at clock the in East the door afternoon of the on Court said House day. Sheriff By Bradford LOCA XORMAX.County Fla.D. S.

from Jacksonville spent SaturAay after a visit with his Organist and Choir in E'radford County. Florida. I will
(Continued from Page 7)) grandparents I Director offer for ale'and sell to the higher Iii 4t 827T. :
with Mrs. Hartsfield's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Sunday School 9 a. m. Morn bidder for cash In hand the '- I

has been visiting'Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Harpe Perry, Sr.Duplicate. ing Worship 10 m. during July above defendant described to satisfy property said execution.of said William T. Jackson Mayor of The Opening In StarkeOF

J. Hawes left Sunday to return'and family. Bridge and August. P. D. REDDISH City of Starve. Florida by virtueof A '
to his home in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Mary Ann McCracken and 1 Shtriff Bradford Co. the authority vested in me by
Winners at the Melrose Duplicate Law. do hereby call an Election to COMPLETE
Florencec Janes returned three children left last week for !. Tile Omit C..rt Of Florida 811| 4t 9/U be held at the Fire Station in the AUTO TRIM AND
last week from a trip to South their home in Charlotte N. C, Club Tuesday were: Eighth JadlrUl draft !. And I I aforesaid Town by Qualified voters FURNITURE
Florida.Mr.. after a two months' visit with 1st Mrs. Alice Ketchum and Mrs. P.r Btadford C...tr !. Cha. TiT WILL CLAIM!* COURT i' on Tuesday September 8. A. D.. UPHOLSTERY SHOPJOINER'S .
1959. for
Helen: Phelps; 2nd, Miss Mary \O. I-: t BRADFORD COCNTT, FLORID'I the purpose of electing the
Mr. and Mrs. following officers
and Mrs. Allan Taylor and i Francis Chiappini Cock and Elizabeth P. Chlsholm Plaintiff >O. 5-311 :
Miss Sallie
four children. and family. Robin Chiappini. son Mansfield; va. William T. Chisholm. Defendant.I Harry A. Anthony. Plaintiff. TS.Alhert USE MAYOR. FOR TWO YEARS. TRIM SHOP
Allan Jr. Daniel.//of Mr. and Mrs. Edith Larsen and Miss Iva NOTICE TO APPK4R Johnson and Alma Johnson ONE CITY CLERK. TREASURER,
Matthew, and Grace Ellen Mrs. Chiappini accompanied Hillyer; and Miss Bessie The State Of Florida To: his wife, Defndant.OTICE TAX ASSESSOR AND TAX COL-
Amherst. them home for a two- Ruther-I' William! I OF SHERIFF'S SALE LECTOR. FOR TWO YEARS. LOCATED IN REAR OF SHEPHERD'S. & TV
Mass. T.
are spending two week visit. ford:: and Mrs. Pete j and Chisholm whose residence Notice is hereby given that I. P. O.VE CHIEF OF POLICE FOR
post ofifce address is
un .
weeks TWO
with Mrs. Taylor's YEARS.
parents -I D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford
i Melrose School Opens. Aug. 26 known.
Rusty Jacksonville visit
Col. and Mrs. Ralph A. Stevens. Coant.v. Florida. under and by virtueof GROUP IV.: OXE ALDERMAN,
I ed his cousin Charles P. Perry, Melrose School will its You are hereby notified that a a writ of Execution heretofore FOR TWO YEARS W
Also open
visiting the Stevens are two Complaint baa been filed against issued out of Small Claim Court. GROUP V.
other grandchildren: Christine III. and grandparents, Mr. and doors to students, Wednesday you in the above named Court Bradford County in the above styled : FOR TWO YEARS.'NSPECTORS ONE: ALDERMAN SaffiJ fLORJJ&'COONnS!

Dale Palamountain from Brookfield Mrs. Charles P. Perry, Sr. August 26. All students were to wherein. You the are Plaintiff required seeks to file a your divorce. cause, I property have levied situate upon lying the following and- : FOR SAID ELECT.ION. :

Massachussetts. Mrs James Dixon and daughter have registered August 19 at thee answer or other defenses, if any. being in Bradford County, Florida, CHARLES HARDYERVESTINE
Gail of Bowman Ga., ar school. in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit to-wit: DENMARK
Paul Thompson, of JacksonvilleIs Court in and or Bradford County -
spending the week with Mrs. Dixon's I, All that portion of Block 36 East SHELLIE HALL POLK
Principal Clarence C. Holden Florida on or before the 28 day RAY -
visiting his brother-in-law and Lawtey, STONE
of as per map or plat record-
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. August. 1S59. and at the same .
has announced the appointmentof d in Public Records of Bradford JOHN GODWiNPEGGY
sister Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mas- time serve of the
a copy name upon .t
and Mrs. Francis Chiappini. County, Florida which lies East ofState SHALI.ER COUNTY
three new teachers to replace Carey Goddard 18 N. W. First
and son, Eddie. Road !2i and containing 0.53 ALBERT FOSTER
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Huffman of those that did not return from Street. Gainesville, Florida. Attorneyfor acres, more or less all lying andbeing MRS. L. C. SMITUIN
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Williams recently the Plaintiff. Upon failure to County Seat
Live Oak spent Saturday with Ia5t: year. Those ,appointed were do to, a Decree Pro Confesso will in Bradford County, Florida. TESTrMONY WHEREOF. ,
: entertained about 50 peo- be entered An the property of the above I HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBE MY
ple from the Psychology Depart- their son-in-law and daughter Harold C. Besanceney as teacher against you. named defendant and that on the NAME AND CAUSE THE SEAL OF .- Bartow
Sen- and Mrs. J. E. Cross and of English and mathematics; Mrs. Witness my hand and official seal 7 day of Sept. ]1959; between the THE SAID TOWN TO BE HEREUNTO r 4
at Starke Florida this day of July, legal hours of sale, namely, elev..no'cnck
ment at the University of Florida family.A Annie librarian AFFIXED THIS 21 DAY OF
Sikes. who trans- 1959. in the forenoon and two o'- JULY A. D.. 1959. t
I In Gainesville. swimming party was held at feed from Interlachen; and Mrs. (SEAL) clock in the afternoon on said day fOFFir-IAL SEAL) m __
at the East do-)r of the Court House WILLIAM T. JACKSON, MAYOR
Mrs. John Rogers and son,Tom-1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Roselyn Teske from Johnson as Clerk Charles of the A. Circuit Darby.Court In Bradford County, Florida, I will ATTEST
I ptimaiy teacher. Due to unfore- Hy Marian L. Crosby offer for sale and sell to the highest CARL JOHNS. CITY CLERK
Deputy :! bidder for cash In hand, the 8.6 5t 9J3
seen events, the director of the Clerk'l
oi'isic program has not been ap
Men's. Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes pointed. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S Ii I
SALK: Southern District' of Florida. 4
Returning teachers Mrs. "
By virtue of a Judgement of Fore-
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Lollie Cienshaw, first grade Mrs. closure issued out of the United Factory PricesOne I 55 tl
State District Court for the Southern -
Mildred Worley, second grade;
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner District of Florida on the 24th -
Mrs. Florence Breidenbach, third day of July, 1SSS notice is hereby -
y grade; Mrs. Zella Morrow, fourth (riven that I will sell by public auction 4M
for ,
grade; Mrs. Jeanette McGrath, day of August 1959, at 12:00 o'clock FREE
t Cbc&ty. formed la 1861 b the
Gallon largest citrus
fifth grade; Mrs. Ayleen Smith, Noon, at the door of the Bradford or One you buy
SERVICE County Courthouse Starke. Florida Iig coonty fa the United States with Winter
sixth grade; Mrs. Elizabeth An- the 3-S.OOO Bushel Steel CirainTanks -_- the site of the Florida Citrus Exposition: an4
drews, English; Oscar Baldwin 1fi2' 9" Screw Conveyorand MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Jdtdand the torn of the Florida Citrus Commission.
asriculture Dave Barber, physical 10 ir.P. Motor 1 30' 7" \69% of the world's of
Pruning Cavity Work ; Screw Conveyor and 3 H.P. Motor supply phosphate is mined
t Bracing Tree Removal education and boys' coach; Miss ?H it is now stored at Florida State 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 -w Other!diversified aoarces of income include pack
Jape Hunter social studies; Mrs. Hat her, Brooker, Floria. Thos. H. >g ana canning;general apiculture, cattle raising, and
Transplanting Trent United States l\lar"ba1. I
De-Mossing mrists ttto take
Geraldine Jackson physical edu- 8-13 2t 8-20 "* advantage ef the temperate climate.
.: Free Inspection and EstimatesSAWS cation and girls' coach; Mrs. Mar- .. lakes cmbfafag a Variety of fresh water fish, and
fed cuftural, recreatioaal and
sports facilities.
That's Our Bmineu .
Ian Jannetides, commercial s"I CMIMS rornr. BRID- Ies f-. tn gradve Pock County,and throughout Florida

TREE SURGEONSPETE courses: Lucien Johnson sciences FORD rorTv.\FLORIDO.. 5-5,10. If It's Glass Wt Hare IU! ,!gg United States Brewers Foundation works constantly

and basketball coach: Mrs. Frances J. I Waters dlb'a J. L. Waters CALL WRITE :SIT ||0:sssora tbs DIe of beer and ale under pleasant,orderly
or ,
economics. Grocery I. Florida Plaintiff, : "* that
Stephenson, home awtey ;: Believing strict law enforcement: serves
\I:. Edgar Williams Box 124, I..aw- best interest ct the
SAPP, Owner .'I i people of Florida, the Foandat -
I tey.[ Florida. Defendant.
STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 TRINITY EPISCOPAL NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Joe Peters Glass Co. _j stresses dose cooperation with the Armed Forces,
Notice I I" hereby given that I. t iv enforcement and governing officials ia its contiuselfregulation' >
P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. CHURCH. MELROSE P. D. Reddich. Sheriff of Bradford program.
Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar I County, Florida under and by virtue .FOR ANY GLASS NEED

AGENTS Sunday-10 a. nx, Sunday I of issued a writ out of of Execution Small heretofore Claims- We Design Modem Store Fronts BEER FLORIDA'S

Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617 School; 11:15 a. BL, Morning I Court. Bradford County, in the Just Mall Us A Pattern for r,'tP t'r* flailed Sits Brtuen
I Gainesville, Fla. Ocala Fla. Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com- above styled cause I have levied LIGHT, BRIGHT J i w Fowtdtioii4f
the following property. to-wit: Table Tops o
upon ;
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. : 1448 Chevrolet truck 450K-451 BEVERAGE ....... Dirio M .A
m. Young People meet. ID No. FB..6 79j6 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 24353 Z "'J1f.._5..t .
. For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent As the property of the above OF MODERATION J roue on-.Ia. fl-W
Holy Days-10 a. Holy Com
named defendant and that on the
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I I Prices!

'ou'll beIDING nice of Mrs. Watkins, Pat Preston for *

of Melrose.Mr. Remember.'You. Can Charge ft. At Eagle's
and Mrs. Everett Fox and BACKTOSCHOOLWashNWear

,I HIGH with a children Butch Jimmy, and Jackie *
were vacationing this week in Brand New I Features

the St. Petersburg area. ". .1 Dan River Plaids

, BANK AUTO LOAN Axel Malmgren is visiting FOR BACK TO-SCHOOL / t.

friends in Minnesota, according to .1 Woven Checked Gingham lr

post cards received by his friends BOYS BETTER SHORT SLEEVE
from us Paisley PrintsPlaidSolid
I here.We
have had another card from
our globe-trotting friend, Mrs. a lI I
Anna James. This from s
one was Q
Dublin Ireland.Mr. By Shirtwaist New Collar

:: and Mrs. Ed Conneen had "Tom Sawyer" and "Sedge} .. .

,>.because the low colt dinner in Jacksonville Monday fjeld"J ac k e f Effect -Jumper Styles I ,,! ,
Dan River and wash .
evening and enjoyed a movie. plaids ginghams, 'n wear : a
/1 fazadn will >avp 1.0)s lmuael Wi
tins Sift Btfcfefe at fiome: a P tTQT\ sttid5 -
S)2FS 31o bx H
deaL rIF gale fitter feebz? to Brti loro
, your overall County Hospital for live days last SIZES'd to ?8: OUR REGULAR $i.98 TO ,$2.8 1 l

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elmore SPECIAL GROUP SIZES 7 to 14

YOU ARE READY TO BUY and children Caroline and Stevie 1

I have returned from their vacation $ 00 at $1.22
SEETHE US FOR DETAILS! during which time they visited .
For $1 98
, Mrs. Elmore's parents Mr. and and $2 98

Mrs. Ira Koernor of Seymour. Indiana and $1.00 .

KEYSTONE STATE BANK ; and Mr. Elmore's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ward, of Indianapolis _

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Ind. They were gone OKLAHOMA KID

Keystone Heights, Fla. two Mr.weeks.and Mrs. Harry Edwards of "Her Majesty" DAN RIVER WESTERN JEANS

Clermont. are guests of Mr. and
Member F.D.I.C. '
Mrs. Louis Kyle. JO-cz. Coarse Weave
Mrs. Albert Bachmann left Friday GIRLS I SLIPS, : Sanforized Denim i

via train for New York City
, i Bar Tacked At Points Of
HOME ON YOUR LOT where she was to meet her hus- FOR BACK-TO-COllEGE Strain
bard. The Bachmanns planned Sanforized cotton with tuck and grow waist seam and elastic '
tc attend the matinee of "My Fair
NO MONEY DOWN Lady" on Saturday. From there under arm insert .. scientifically proportioned for perfect fit. 72 x 9981x49

they will go to Holyoke, Mass. and $1.59 1

By: Toney Builders, Inc. LOW thence to Bar Harbor Me. or

1495 UP Al Watson Jr., left TuesdaymOnrlng
: Box 106, AS for Sea Girt. N. J. to ,SIZES: 4 TO 14

Bowling Green, Fla. spend FIRST a week BAPTIST with his CHURCH aunt. BACKTOSCHOOLSPECIAL $ 1.00 $1.69 $


R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn r

Copeland, Minister of Music and
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church organist. See th.ese. advertised in Comic Section of
Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : ATHLETIC
Times Union Sunday, August 23.
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

i Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening 1a FOR SCHOOL OR AFTER ACTION CUFFMORPUL

:services 8 p. m. k M TENNIS I SHOES

"Make church worship a family j WRANGLER JEANSTrim


:, tapered, tough! Porportioned
William's Catholic Chapel : sizes in sturdy 133-oz. deqim. Sanforized By

Keystone' Height to wash without care. "CONVERSE"Boy's uI
Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. mt BOBBY SOX

This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $ 045 i Holyday Mass at 7:00: .. m. ] REGULARS AND SLIMS Sizes 1 to 6

Tuesday Man at 8:00 a. m. ; BOYS.:SIZES.
(Without Carporte) Confessions before aQ Masses. -

Many Models Baptisms, marriages and instructions 4-.((2. $2.98 BY NANCY NOBLE
to Choose From Write for Free Folder

Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO CHURCH' by OF appointment.JESUS CHRISTLATTOt r''I T'ra 1 -16, $3.49 $ 7 9 Soft combed cotton with

SIZES $3.79 nylon reinforced: heel and
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) Servlcea each Sunday tn oM r t 27-30
Masonic Hail on E. Call St Sun- "
Local Representative day School 10 a. m. Sacrament y MEN'S SIZES $3 98 toe Our regular 49c each
wow .
Service 1:30 p. m. Everyone were 31-42 MEN'S SIZES 6 to 12


Highway 21 Phone 4123 HAMPTON CHURCH CHRISTIAN 7-14*MISSES SIZES $3.98 2 Pr.THURSDAY 87 c

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Sunday Bible School. 10 a. :t 'b 10-20 : $2.98
m.: Morning Worship. 11 a. m.: 3

If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money Evening meetng service every 7 Tuesday p. UL, and.at Prayer 7:30p. saforized Girls and denim.misses made in 10-oz

'W" m. John White, pastor.





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Give Your Child A Useful BicycleFor i 4 .: i ; Meat And Produce'Grave's Dairy Offers Wholesome Milk

School, Advises Western$ :Auto _.L. .. .i. Needs Filled BLaWSOII'S To Meet Needs Of School Students i iI

Mothers would you like to make take them to or from school. Then ; ..

the new school term easier and tco, a bicycle comes in handy for I MarketLAWSON'S I What a wealth of health and mk'ery! economically priced. it
happier for everyone concerned? running errands for mother be- BACK TO rn.>rgy is packed into one little is mighty poor economy to do

What better way than by investingin fom and after school. : four letter word-MILK. Especially without milk to save a few pen-*

a nice. new bicjcle for every And bicycles are just one of the I I Meat Market & if the milk comes to you from nics and then have to pay out
school-age' child in the family? I i many useful items to be found in i< Cold Storage located near the Graves Dairy. Starke's very own hundreds of dollars later on when

No matter how you look at it, it th? new and larger WESTERN _. SCHOOL 1I depot on Washington. St. carries ho-ne enterprise. ': your child gets in a run down condition -
is quite a chore to rush through AUTO STORE on West Call St. the finer line of fresh meats and And what a great importancemilk and has to have the attention -

_ breakfast to take. the children to Household appliances of all kinds meat products available at mighty assumes at this season of the t I of a doctor
Bctool: then have to return for \many hardware items, toys fish- (I- I r reasonable prices in these days of yrar when j Graves Dairy takes great pride '
tnem in\ the afternoon.; Why not 'liP: tackle paints, lunch boxes. I $ high costs. we are getting ready in their plant and their product

rid')'iratslf"of 'this) time-killer by thermos bottles, ,etc. are just a II Ii I No school child's meal is really to start another school term. i, and under tlw new ownership a

gating each youngster a nice new :few of the many useful. items i Ii complete without some kind of! "Mothers who do not order a further expansion and improvement

bicrcle'at! WESTERN AUTO found 'there. i nourishing meat-the body's chief regular supply of wholesome milk program is planned. They

STORE? Just 'come in this weekend "Your patronage over the years source of protein. LAWSON'S invites are doing their children a grave have the latest in pasteurizing

and let Mr. an
:;show you how easy it is for your our stole and has enabled us to to come in daily and select then Graves Dairy. They are expecting facilities to give you pure wholesome
child to enjoy the thrill and convenience '''expand so that we can serve you 1t 1 I meats and poultry from a large th-ir children to do their best milk-

of owning, a. beautiful. (even better in the future," says .. ,:1". '" variety of choice cuts on display work in school. but are failing to' NAil we ask is that you give our

bike.,. J 'Mr. Jaudon. "We want you to r t: ..,. .f"': hi this clean *nd sanitary market. provide them with the perfect m;lk a trial and see if your children -

puring the school! term. especi- knnw that we really appreciate it I' <,."."':; ;":; In these days it is essential that food that is so necessary, to their do not prefer it to all others
end will try to show our 'appreciation' growth and good health. j I Let us start: this week to supply
a"/. a bike is more a necessity by giving you the" same lI .. housewives shop where they Will "Milk is not a luxury-it is a yo ir needs and see if your children .
get the best value for their
than a luxury. Boys and girls with cordial welcome and prompt ser- I k&rr.lI money., necessity." sathe owners of do not come through the
: .j There is no economy in buying
bipycles never have to worry about vhi* in the future that we have ; inferior grades when you can have Graves Dairy. The price is cheap winter in better health than ever

their parents being on time to riven in the past." ,1 It ,... : the best for less at LAWSON'S. when you stop to consider all the before. Milk is cheap insurancce
<$" wonderful results that milk brings when it comes to protecting them
I &:; "'- I .; The cold storage facilities a&&, about in your children. Good from sickness and disease. Just
Housewives On The Vasheteria I art.. LAWSON'S offer farm families, j I
Rely | ,.t<;- :..t;, t : health is cheap at any price. and phone WO4-0175, and we will *i
tr 4 i\ .. School To r- and others the opportunity to chill l will "
> days ore coming" yon find Graves Dairy the rest.

fo! S Save Valuable !Time AnlM'neyl! f:.. "". :':rt: the "Three RV wise parents 1Ib'tJ' j ii and.shly process butch for meats.home or freezer meat: i

., I t t.<..v Z'J. ..".,,<.... add a fourth.They make sure ;,. bought in large quantities fo: Philco Line Offered By Nasworthy
: i: r .
f 1Take '_c .. "" ., .. ; 1 r*- f .<* -- I >:' ., .. ,v their children are Ready 4Sd home freezers at very moderate
the drudgery out of wash after a 3 day of laundering is in no ri" < 4 for the new school year. This COft. 1

day! I condition to prepare her school 'i- &r : means doing back-to-school 4 The refrigeration service is de Is Tops In Radio TV Refrigerators

That is the slogan advocated' age children the good. ,hot''even-: t1cY: shopping; early, so the young pendable and safe, and for the;

for busy housewives by the management in* meal that they require'duringthe k:=t .x sters will be well-equipped, past few years has proved to be
325N. school term. f j 'j i P-H-I-L-C-O those are the atcrs and freezers are al.yj topsin
of The Washeteria at for the right start. Make very popular in this section.
"If mother ruins her riealth .1'-': ,"." .55' magic letters that spell service: Their field and can be had on
... Temple Avenue. a Y, ./,"> >'4' invite inspection oj t
I "We
," school your
"* ,. happier days .
: ,. ; and satisfaction: for thousands of equally terms.
"JuSe<< place your laundry in on? by overwork, she saves nothing : _ facilities and merchandise.' easy
of automatic' machines and in in the! 'long- run: 1md' many ;S do all of your back-to-school ,our Lawsons. "If : fortunate users of radio, television Of course Nasworthy's has long
F33t. ... t i.4 shopping say you wan !setr' electric refrigerators, and
1 now. ]
mjnuteg receive them spot- acutalW put the' family on the J > household word in the
a Jew : : -:-- ,the best in meats and poultry at, 1'other home ven a appliance -
to iron! financial rocks by having to pay '"P, .'..; .t".' I appliancces. Hundreds
kssly clean and ready # < -' prices you can afford to pay. yoi I field and now this wen-
''ThU convenient service costs ,lor a prolonged sfay'ln the hos ':" -'v4"l.. ,. > isF-<,"".,. will do well to pay us a visit." of satisfied customers are patrons known firm is equipped to serve
:"f ; : }: 1I I of Nasa orthy General Supplies
pital. Washeteria-service is I :> ;; :
; _
just a few cents per machine and The 'K'<" 1',1" ".:t". "" you in another capacity. NaworthY's $
I :ot".r. : '.' ... headquarters: for Philco productsin
Inwjrvice arid actually : : ;- ".
economically priced.
is ,one' of the biggest bargains very I is truly a one-btop firm
., :; r,2.,. ."r, 'v",. u. .............u..l.... ".#,._. _.__ ":... r- (, Starke and surrounding trade j
the customer .
: { that. you will! find io these it saves money I '"....... m ;t.A _::-; .---..'. 0-, _; Educational Value I when it comes to equipping the
days df spiralling prices.:* Irf the long TU!%. r>- 'home for in addition to its line

TluVls: f the good, ijews broughtto.tlrecV ;Just bring your family Wash to Denmark Suggests Tape Recorders Bring Finest Music Philco is synonymous with the of Philco appliance. it now offers
mothers by the manage-: the 'Washeteria.. You can either I best and finest reception in Tele- a spacious fuimture departmentwhre

mfnt, of The Washeteria. All work sit and; wait in comfort while' we Of Movies StresseuyManagement I \ISOn. If your present set is not you may select the furnishing

there is done in automatic wash- I do your clothes, or you may goon Nook And Prices Are Low At capable of the best reception for for an entire home, or just
Quiet Study Bullington's"Music
erf and saves the housewife fuss and attend to your bther'shoppjng the new television season that will one room-whatever your needs
return for your soon be starting will certainly
and mess at home. chores and By you may be.Visit .
Kb mother) can do. justice to clothes later. When you call for hath cha'rrns,"" and you i 69.95 on the nationally advertised want to see the handsome new this friendly and accommodating
herself: or her family if she attempts them: you will. find them clean For Student Use net er heard such charming musicas : < ; Bell & Howell projectors. Philco models before making this

to do the household laun- I and S'A.tet-smelJDg-Ju t as, nice, you will get from the amazingnew : Cameras are also equally low Students of the present da;]r ]I important decision. Do you knowr store in the remaining days

dry in addition to her many other l or better, than if you had done Believe it or not, vacation days Telectro Tape Recorders. priced from $39.95. I have a great advantage over theii i that you can be the satisfied own- before the new school term open
duties. A mother who is tired out 'them at home- are almost over, and now is the handled in Starke by BULLING-:t And if you want to make that I i parents and grandparents." say 5': er of a new Philco television for an3 find out hoeasy it is to own ute

.. time for parents of school age ,ION'S STUDIO AND GIFT boy or girl student especiaDy happy Bobby White, manager of th; i as little as $2.50 per week under the things you need to mae!
a a a children to be thinking about SHOP. Perhaps you never dreamed -\ r give them a beautiful little Florida Theatre* in discussing th the new, easy terms of payment. more enjoyable for yourself and

Ruby Johns Says Smart Permanent wajs and means to make the, approaching that you could own one oi. [lortable radio by Motorola at the I approach of the new school: term'.!Certainly there is no need to deny your family. Mr. and Mrs. Nas

school term one that these amazing musical instruments -'opening of the new school term. < Past generations could,only reai 11 j yourself this pleasure wnen a good worthy have been familiar figuresin
will be pleasant and profitable for for only $99,95, but that u:!;i ildal to- keep in their room. take ''the' famous old classics-but stu. Philco set cost*,, so little.i the business life of Starke for

As Pre-school Gift For Teenagers'What the children. That's where DENMARK ,, Bullington's! new ''low price and: *ith them on'picnics i or other out ;>dents of .today can not only reai i | Philco is also proud of its new almost 30 years-a record that can

,, FURNITURE CO. can be you owe it to yourself to drop bj of town trips" and the price is t them, but can actually see then 1 :line of electric ranges and other only be attributed to service and

of great service to parents in this for a demonstration. low-only 3395. in beautiful technicolor and oi* '; l o-ne appli nces. Philco refriger-,,.satisfaction OF PHILCO
would delight that lovel r for school girls. I Music i is a very important part,
trade area. Then for those special occasions the wide screen that brings th
little girl of yours more thar L After the damage done by summer of family life and never heard L
A certain amount of home work you dUring the school term. Hallmark action feeling of true reality;
mtking her a pre-school gift o C wind. sun. and water, it is such beautiful music as is possiMcI :Television Great Educational Aid:
a flattering new permanent wave!? quite likely that your daughterI is necessary if the child is to get with one of these amazing tape iTiiig card? "are always the This is brought the student bJ;
th" best grades in school and the I'I 'j,cleverest.and most attractive of the modern magic of the movies
This was the question askec I : (las well as yourself needs ar recorders. You get the full bene-
: mothers of Starke and vicinit: i I complete reconditioning treat- student is much more likely to ''fit of the orchestration and the.[ all. and BULLINGTON'$ has such t of course.'History. i Leads In Service And Sales 1
home and himself to a large assortment that you'reI be made mud : Shepherd's
stay apply can so
this week by Ruby Johns, ownei: and operator of the long-populai. shaping and personalized styling. his books if his home provides 'real." .i sure to find just the right card to more real to the student when i I ,",'. aShepheard's J

RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SALOon r SlID'and wind are hard on the pleasant surrounding and modern i Bullington also recommend:!:; ''express your sentiments. Come in is presented on the screen wher e !:. "The miracle of television has' I Is: headquarters for

.So. Thompson St. (Skin also, and RUBY JOHNS has conveniences.It I home movies as a means of entertainment ard browse around to yourheart's {he can actually see it and fee.I.: opened up an entirely new world the incomparable RCA televisionsets :
thfc for that in skin- is pleasure to look aroundth : content. There are gift himself a part of if," says Mi.
A visit: to our salon during :!; the remedy a a and instruction duringnew f3" the school student" Is the both black and white and
prt-sctiool ?\(,eek would do wOnders -.1 i conditioning facial that puts the <> spacious display floor at DEN- schooltenr and'is now offer-: suggestions galore on our shelves, White. :, opinion of Inman Green. owner increasingly popular color sets

for any girl's morale nc I : natural oils back to work. MARK'S and see the many attractive in? an exceptionally low price ol r and visitors are always welcome. "When it comes to music, als'; and manager of Shepherd's Radio that bring programs in living
what her age-and get;-1 I Remember is too soon the movies are a great source c 1
matter never items that can be used & TV, leaden in service and salese color into your living room-
hp off to a good start when the to start educating the young ladies |I to make the student's room or inspiration and education to th the Starke at
I & Chasteen To Aid in area. The service department
tchool bells ring next Monday in proper habits of beauty "nook". more attractive and use- Brownlee Ready young music lover. He caa- hea,r Especially is television important Shepherd's is trained and qualified
morning.And !''culture and care of hands nails, i Iful. Mr. Denmark suggests that the great compositions of Mozar set
to install and service your
in the lives of students
don't be afraid of the ex- 'skin hair etc. The accomodating e"ery student should have his own Chopin, Strauss and all the othe;

pe!!se-no matter how many little: :stff at RUBY JOHNS SALON private desk where he can keep FFA And 4-H Members With Projects j famous composers played by top- hare now gone since on educational.the .air in Jackson-channels most in the satisfaction manner to at give all youhe times.

future beauty queens you mighl; arc always glad to assist mothers papers and books without fear ranking artists, and can also lean:J rule and Gainesville offering a In these last few days before the
hve: in the family. Just to prove f with teenagers and little tots of having them disturbed. "At the beginning of the new School in their annual projects, the histories of these great me 3 visit to
I vaiiety! of that are stimulating new school term begins! a
you can be beautiful and econ.. too. with helpful suggestions along Eyestrain can usually be avoided scnool term, I would like to ex- giving them the benefit of his experience -I(through their movie biographies;pf : to programs the minds of young Shepherd new. enlarged, and expanded
omical at the same time RUBY this line. and the vast knowledge ''tho! Florida manager declared.
congratulations twoline
by proper lighting but studying Pjess our :boys and'girL'i.. headquarters on East
JOHNS is making a special preschool Better hurry! Phone W04-3081 I chapters of Future Farmersof obtained through continuing research I The motion picture also increases -I II
be order.
under improper lighting is I In stressing the importance of Street would certainly in
offer of $5 permanent waVE! for an appointment today. I by the"Purina company. [ : the student's interest t
likely to damage the eyesight for America and our 4-H Clubs J ; television! to the student. Mr. In addition to the"beSt in tejevMon -
I'fe.' A reading lamp will solve this for the wonderful job they are doing j The are continually carrying on i geography and the world abou Green points out that some pro- and radio, you will also finda

Healthful Foods At Edwards' Grocery problem, and no parent shouldrun in training our farmers of the experimental feeding :projects i him. Through travelogues, he ca 1 grams. such as historic broadcasts, full line of home appliances
showing the amazing improve- I visit the far of the earl
the risk of letting a child future. This was the statement :1 schools of the air. etc. will actual- featuring the famous Whirlpoolline
_ made this week by Jim Chasteen ments that are possible throughthe 'and never leave home. Thes e :
strain his eyes under a dim and Iv be assigned as classroom work and others that are nationally
of the old established ,firm of proper use of Purina chows t travel trips are an education LI 3 '
advertised. It .is
Provide Energy For School Children improperly placed light. when a by many teachers. Thus we find known and *o
and feed. I themselves.
in Shepherd'sspacious
good light costs so little. television serving a double purpose pleasant shopping
I Proper rest is another important ers in the famous Checkerboard, Mr. Chasteen extends a cordial Mr. White declares that man;f -not only as fine entertainmentS new location. and the

Looks as if the cost of living is : In addition to groceries. ED-, : item to the child. If are products for Starke and surround-; invitation to all Future Htrmers (modern mothers are also leanun: for the entire family but educa- ea you
In;for another jump but-in spite WARDS carries a full line of fresh I net providing a comfortable mattress in? area. and 4-H Club members ,to come i|that theatre parties for thei r lion as well. The news broadcasts the things to make your life worth

threatening. inflation. EDWARDS meats: feed, gas and oil. 1 for child, "Agriculture has always been by and advise with him at anytime j youngsters make a delightful wa:F of today become the pages of his ;;living! will be a pleasant surprise
GROCERY is glad to Being outside the congested I ': are doing your him growing a grave injusticei you important to the economy of concerning the best feeds, '!''to[ entertain. How easy it is to le t to:' of tomorrow. aho.s .
help the housewives of Bradford I business district. EDWARDS I B-adford County and will continue Ito I seeds and fertilizers for'use in the little guests go to the movie r

County keep their school-age chil- I GROCERY has a low overheadani : I i .iork.might Sometimes handicap the older his school folks be in the future although wear their various projects throughout and 'tnen serve refreshment Plan Now For College Education

dren well nourished with good. consequently pass the saving i in the family have the best mat- beginnig to get some industrial yie year. I afterwardThis relieves the tire.<
wholesome food at prices the family on to satisfied customers in the! tresses but payrolls, also," Mr. Chasteen said. Tit is a pleasure to work with mother of the problem of havin i
i to feel that
;budget will allow. .j form of lower prices: Another advantage seem any- "But with better equipment to cur young people and to give them 'to plan and conduct games an
thing will do for the children.
That's why Mrs. Housewife is : of being out of the congested -: woik with, better feeds, improved ];the benefit of bur knowledge and 'contests' or other entertainment 1Is! Advise. Of H. C. Wall Agency
This is a mistake-and so unnecessary -
more apprecathe than ever of the area U that there are nc I I seeds and fertilizers our small i I experience. The sooner they learn r Why not plan a theatre part:Vi
cooperation given by Mr. and Mrs. parking problems for our customers when DENMARK offers farmers will contribute their: shareto that Checkerboard products are
I for your child's next birthday 7 i No child portant that you revise your fire
Edwards and their efficient staffat I The ladies never have any P nationaly advertised mattresses our prosperity just as they have ,the best that can be had for the i matter how young your
You will find little folks wi]II it is starte insurance to meet present day
the Ls too to
| never coon
EDWARDS GROCERY in sup- I trouble finding a parking place. on such easy payment terms. done in the past." money the better off they will bewhn
plying the family with quality t EDWARDS GROCERY is alsc. This weekend shop DEN- Mr. Chasteen is always ready the time comes for them to j jba delighted, and you will agre' p'innine ahead for his college needs. especially when rates are
i advises H. Rabb so low and can be had for even
fo-xls: at most reasonable prices. (very ,proud of its fine meat de-. MARK'S for a happier more use- and willing to work with the agriculture -I put the knowledge they have gain it; the easiest party you eve r education Harry
Wall less on a lon?term b.sis.Let .
Jr. of the H. C.
Growing boys and girls need and l P irtment. Growing children need L f-il school term. students at Bradford High ed in school into actual practice. i save. manager
_'Insurance Wall Agency save you up to
deserve the best foods in order pl"nty of good fresh meat which j Agency. Now. at thee
that they might keep fit in mind I gives them strength for work and I account of themselves on th beginning of a new school term. 50 per cent by combining your
Gem Jewelry Offers The Public Prices is insurance into tar package: deal.
time seriouse
Budget to
and body and thus be able to .play. Meat prices at EDWARDS athletic field. I a good, give
I. will If you are in doubt, about any
to the
j thought matter. You
learn ,rapidly and also give a good i are always the most reasonable In addition to a complete Lnof
account of themselves on the 'land quality the best. Give us a / groceries, the VOLLEY STAR. be surprised at how little it costs phase oi your insurance program
athletic field. 'trial and you will be convinced,: Quality In Watch Repair Jewelry Aid Housewives LING GROCERY also carries i ft 'to insure the future of your child. or the would attractive like to educational know more policies about

f\llliDe to fresh meats feeds, gsu i i But even worse off than those<.
'How nice it is to see. the; boys j j e;." says Mr. Woodbura- "Prices j oil kerosene, and other staples.Mr. I who cannot afford college are the just call WO4-4801 and Mr.Rabb

Farmers Supply Ready To Fill Needs and girls getting ready for another J start as low as $19.95, and we are ,At StarlgIg's and Mrs. Starling are proui3f l'!children! who cannot even finish will be happy to go over yoqr entire
and make
successful school term," said ]always glad to make terms to suit the business they have built high school because of the deathI program helpful
u;]3 recommfndationsAGE .
Mr. N. L. Woodburn of GEM I the convenience of our customers.Our ; and the many friendships the I lof a father who; failed to carry
And :
Of-Rural Students Families JEWELRY in discussing the opening I i watches' are the choice of Housewives ""who: have formed have made, during the years, the;:r-lencuth i insurance to provide for
of school next week. "And I\\ students. See our window display the habit of Shopping: VOLLEY have been the family after his departure.
serving L
t __ .. public j
:Future Farmers Future Home- always selling n. me oe?t. The:r take this opportunity to extend and be' convinced that Quality Has STARLING'S GROCERY know Starke. Their store is located 01 i1 The boy or gIrl who is forced to

makers and 4-H Boys and Girls stand behind every thingb :r mv best wishes to" everyone con-j,no Substitute." that they are getting the most in Highway ,16 (feast] and is out o f quit school. and go to work is
wiU find in U e FARMERS SUP- sell. so you are assured of satisfaction .. cerned." 'I Handsome pen and pencil sets (quantity and quality for their the crowded business section &I 0 pl- red \under a severe handicap

PLY on BrQwnlee Street all the when you buy there.: Mr. Woodburn also reminds i are always welcome! with busy student -I money: no matter what the trendin that there is always plenty 0,f. that he can never ovecome. no

dependable tools and farm implement Other item, stocked byhI:S parents that a reliable watch is a ; are are especially useful prices happens to be. room for parking when you sto]p natter how hardworking and deserving -

that' are so necessary to popular store include Insulato r scudent's most valued friend and I during the school term. And when I, It looks like the cost of living Is ft Starling's to shop. ( he might be.s .

success in modern methods of instant' :companion. Punctuality, that all-important birthday rolls I go>ng up and up. but in spite of I INow that 'all of our familie The Wall Agency is also stress-
Board. Roofing. Thick-Butt Shin
farming 'and homemaking K one of the most important traits]j ji. areund. r.othiingjte: .more suitable threatening inflation the VOLLEY are back in town for the openin:II ding at this time that every home.sooner .
TOUT farmers and future farmers glo Asbestos Siding, Tarpaulines i. a young person can have and a f cr either boy,or girl than a beautiful J!.STARLING GROCERY 1 is glad |o of the new term'we are more ac. take stock: of his fire in- ; w

should get the habit of buying and many. many others. good watch"' Is the best way to1 I birthstone ring. For the wedding -!!;be able to help; the housewives of Deus than ever 'to supply you r jsurance and tee if it is ,adequate

their Jmplements" in Starke. where "We are in the business witl 1 teach it.Watch. 'I or engagement. GEM I I Bradford County keep their nerds and 'try to help you bar t to meet replacement needs in

they can see what they are get- the determination to serve thi repair service JEWELRY has a beautiful selection 'school-age children wen nourished nourishing foods at a minimus]It I these days of higher I costs for
ting and where the articles can people with quality hardware am I JEWELRY is known far and wide of diamond rings at any price with good. wholesome food at of expense" fay Mr. and Mr LI.everything. Many homeowners

b-J bought just as cheaply as if other farm and home necessities:s for its high standards and will ,you,, want to pay. prices the family' budget. win alter. Starling. -If you haven't alread;r hare not reviewed their fire insurance

ordered from some big mail order at fair prices." says Mr. Johnson* carry on m the same fine manner| Get the habit of looking at get the habit of shopping wit]11 needs in several years and ..

his'," says Mr. A. R. Johnson of "We are proud to say that we havi e tiat the people of this area have j I GEM JEWELRY first- You'll be Growing boys and girls need and us, why nol start ,this weekend, if they were to.ta. their home by .
u FARMERS SUPPLY. nat: swayed from this goal aru:I fornd at the Gem since its early'plrased with both quality and deserve the Best foods in order Just drop' in and see, the wonderful fir'? now, it would mean'financial I -* -

Hall the battle of farm work is our: customers know that they an! tAblishipent in Starke. 'price and the friendly interest that they might keep fit'1n mind values weare, f Jmg.andJ"OI: 11 disaster bees8K Jt, :coftta. Uo or ,

hsyins !ood equipment. and the ajsjured! of a square deal whei 11 You will be surprised; how easy that the staff shows in ,making j ard body and thus: be able to will become a regular custom.]J three times aj much to build the S

FARMERS SUPPLY is known for I I they trade with us.- It Is to own one of our fine watch- 'you another saUStled'. customer- ; 'iT'rgptdly'" an'so gift a good just life so many of*your frieudi i- same home today. is most Imp -I





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nvvTnmvymyv.'evvv'. to preach each night. night of this week'and lasting 10 I "Standing at Attention 'Before

lr Highland Church had Si presentin days. Service begins with singing God." based on Isa.''3S:1; AIkf this .1

CLAY HILL Sunday School 45 of these at 7 p. m. and preaching at 8 o'- message was enough tov mate all

-, .i .' were 100 per cent members. Of dock. Everyone is invited to at- stand at attention before God. i

r:'.... nI .,.. D. >J:. um Dr ..... ,'. L. strictdmuiClarence course the Intermediate class won tend. Services will close Saturday Cecil Crawford preached at ,.
4'leR .,. :..:...4 .- jt f-; rte attendance banner again. It
29. Waters
,A-...... ................-..........a.a..a.... ...&.. .............&..................& does look if of the other night, August Curtis Highland Church Sunday night
.....,.. .' I as some is the minister conducting these but we were unable to attend- 1:_ '
ltwi9fifl' hiti *' .Lang spent last week 'classes would try as hard as this services. There will be dinner at it was too far to walk This id: =N ; tt

Mist Rant Marie Perry, daugn: al: day
*.-'.f Mr. and Mrs A- H. Perry lat weekend Jimmy Lang who Remember we are having a renal A' g. 23. All are welcome. (y way to gor unless some one j way i >

"Hampton, became the bride of has been in Tampa for a few for 10 days at Highland The message we heard Sunday takes its.and we usualy fail to go

Tom Paladino at a simple cere- weeks has returned to Clay Hill. Church. beginning Wednesday mining was on the subject at night. '. >. rr -!n' lI
mony at the home of Rev. Hast- Buddy Wilkinson and Nellie re- I: .
ings neazvStarke at 6:30 Friday eenrett'12.00& baby chicks last Fri I I. l II- \

e.vtnlngt: ugustl4. day. We missed Nellie from Sunday (

For herr wedding.: i the f bride School and church. She had D'r -

chose a i pole, :blue'floor length to stay at home and take care of rxnatural I f \y

gown, f Batoned of nylon net over these chicks. THE BEST \
satin. A pale blue 'Juliet cap held 'Mrs. Vina Martin and family

her veil.Mrt; ,.and Mrs Perry, par- .:spent''the\-weekend with Vina's ,. .,
ents of ;e;bri4e. were attendants: parent. Mr.: and Mrs. Yougan

The bridegroom son of. Mr*and Padgett'Sunday; afternoon Bosi- .V "

Mrs. Sally Paladino: New Or- :lee'.: Lie and Ann Padgett, tR Af
wpre (a- white suit.t.! Kathleen Lang and Marilee Mar- : :

Immediately,following the Core> tinall: :walked' to Stricklands. :f water worries
n ony. a reception! was held at the When they came in they were a Si I I&Ly

Perry home':.:, guar Hampton. JAfmirtierfrd tired bunch of girls. They rested Jf bat 49Q BrfV<

bride's cak ."was tapped -' d.few minutes :and walked backto g :,

with;, miniature, bride and Yougans.. This is a walk of are over ..

groom and<.wedding bells. Bouquets over two miles. / t :" f i

of,pink.rosebuds and green 'Janett Lang spent the day Sunday BANKINGBY :' ,
fern, an# ;pink punch graced the with her grandparents, the !
refreshment table. Richard Langs. i.. MAIL! f YOU NEVER RUN OUT OF HOT WATER when you've got a

jAssisiting in serving the -approximately Charles Lang and family have : new, automatic natural gas water heater working for you! Natural gas isr'

75 guests were Mrs.' moved from'Dora Johns' home to instant heat. heats water three
up to times faster. replaces hot water
Emory Brown, Mrs.Tommy Bruce|I Iof" the house *a fast as use it. .. ... '
Gamesville.'and Miss Carolyn you -* o.+.r -
road 218 and 301. : here ".
Perry, sister of the bride. ,We understand. that Rev. Herb I I : : Modem natural gas water heaters are available glass-lined or galvanized '
out-o,-to ;n guests included Higdon injured the glands in one i S When weather is '
wet, : ..
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Griffls of Graham .carry guarantees up to 10 years.They cost less to buy.install and use.Com.
of his arms last weekend. We hope I
uncle and aunt of the bridegroom this isn't as serious as we understood I A banking bymaiiform, : pact and good-looking they're designed to be "johmy-on-the-spot"-where

; and Mr. and Mrs. T nuny1ritce it is, and that he will quickly I bad-weather f ; you use hot water most! Yet your home remains clean and cool at all times.
of Gainesville uncle and as gear, ,
aunt1 recover. : There's a full of models and sizes to fit home
of the bride. range any any
We are glad to learn that IrenePadgett Is then your best bet!
The couple are making theirbane ,. Get details ".
I who has been confined to at 011- oe or your appliance dealer.
in the J
in Hampton, apartment .
her:! bed.for sometime is able to "
.. ,
at the home of Mrs. Jessie 4 .' .
be up again and can go around .,I

Chastain.Personal the house some. We hope she continues J GET A SUPPLY OF FORMS NOW nEY'RE: FREE! ,

; Mr. and Mr*. Edward Saxon are to improve. '
Jim Godwin is in the hospitalat
the"parents- of. adaughter., Julie
Au 14, at 'Macclenny very ill. He was : -
Ann, born Friday tft \
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Bradford'County'Hospital Grand taken suddenly ifl last Thursday ; .1 >* :' :
parents are Mrs. Glenn McIntosh evening and was rushed to the I.I' ._

of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. A. hospital FLORIDA .
G.: Pope of Ban Gallie. Mrs Sax- J..L. Strickland went to Duval : ...1 :.s. !

on returned-home-Tuesday.Mr. :MocDczl Center last Tuesday and a F

aid Mrs. M. L: \Tatterson r tout two more cancers removed I': _

of Hamn&mv and Mr. ami Mrs. I Monday of this week. BUNK AT STARKE :.:1

Gene Failing of Starke spent the I Clay Hill Baptist Church had ...
.:! t
weekend in Bradentnn week 39 present in Sunday School last
and brought Donnie McMahone One of 28 Banks of the Florida Nations Group :Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. i

home with them to spend a week Sunday.They are having a revival 4re'.tn'Ah-'l.L _

Donnie's parents Mr. and Mrs. this week, a different preacher is 1-- _
Donald McMahone of Bradenton 1 t. ___ ,, 4 :
arrived in Hampton Monday, to Mt

remain until Thursday. Mr. Wat- I
terson entered Riverside Hospitalin The World's First"TURNPIKEPROVED" .

of this
Jacksonville on Tuesday
., a < r
weeJr.for an-pperation.. j, '
n ty ,
'-"Grady., Simtpon of Dade City : TIRES lFt kt &

bra tft'er: ef Mrs. Joe Roop, visited : '.;. ,'"
tore -withthe,Boop'family on :

Monday this' week. : k'
J .rdt n. gt
'Mr. and Mrs. George Williams.;
Goodyears nowive
Howell Williams. atidtMiwTIildaVfarren : ; : .' n

the took southeastern a vacation states tripUlrough up to 25% ?..
$t.week. They drove through the ; ::; '

Smoky Mountains; visited Mrs. "more 'flfmUe.gel e.f \ 1! 5
WiHiam>', cousins Mr. .and .Mrs. ?

/j, Fowfer.in Chattanooga Tenn.;< k '4 : z; I : j
"avd v1I1tetf'wm1a.ms relatives: in ,, b L

Mbnywhod. Scottsburg, and Flat .
I : ; .f :
!ttf.ik,. Ala.

:-'Mrs. Lester Jones is recuperating Don't think of natural '. >V<"
at home this week from an t t ...
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i operation she underwent last Fri- li
day at. adiO..,couaty Hospital. better than ever way to neat water. !- .

,Sbx was able to return home Mon- Use it for all it's worth ".: ;

j dsh: r ti 'I' s lower priced in 7 Big Ways...to <'" "" >.'
. ,.).fr. art: : J( IX E. Hill and y make your life better. i. : '
spent last weekend in
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Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. T. : 1 !f, q. / .\

W.. King and family. a
Charles Prevatt, son of Mr. and ; I .s!
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.>|rs. J. B. Prevatt of Hampton, I&Ia \ i,
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"working on stage props and sets i

:i\r,' John Patrick1 play "Hasty I i ". -

Hearts" to be presented in Greenwich a i ::" .
Vl agegNew York City. .. 'I
** Mr. aad Mrs. Leaston Forsyth rJij''I '"

have recently moved to a cattle I
0 arid e
ranch near Hawthorne. Visiting 4IO )
them there Sunday were Mr. and f- "' D'f

Mrs. Otis Forsyth and family, Mr. .: ;';Aft E i\ :- f

and .Mrs. Joe Fersyth, and Mrs. TUfcNPlKi
Ina Knight and son. "J I I3'T .. '

Spending this week in Hampton ALL-WEAT
with his grandparents, Mr. and < > ,,;hena': "e'.

.:t.tts4'&' Lo Bedenbaugh, is Larry 4 buarwithptew ttf mrevr t11iey're i
Bedenbatif of Defend. Last week became th eY ate

tni Misses Judy and Shirley Bed- L'cheIIllca1s, tier an d coeds. _to'L.give tire" yoU'&t .loWU'co: <<, t1aa 1 isltfat ra rer+flai lacy ,,
f nbaugh spent the week with their ru For s Ulg -rufnpile-
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grandparents. age thanbthese G7 r
less d.
.WVA, Vona.e-brother. of J. W. lor your dnvm$ peace of mm ,. pt pyn; +o lIt" t11 ;.
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niecev both Charfeston, S. c., t T ,t........PI,.' I

.spent last week here with Mr. and Site, fits most Ptr19 Hudsolt,N sb. Sttrde6k. !I I

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lake cottage. near, Keystone .. ,-- 1
Hffehts. Arriving Tuesday this !!

week to visit were Mrs. Richard 4 I I
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May and! daughter Melody ofctdestead.
t S. Gelr safe_ suns er
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j'jrptTLL LOVE tt.e new Ester ,:" ,.' driving. forI8" as. L ow $ lid Iht_......
*6rt,k pone. stae.fvantatt pa* to : flri.-. __ ....
Size? 6.00x16()( fits most oldermodels $125 '" .
f |tel ahadM. Only U.o$ a* Brad 'a' a. w. .
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Chevrolet, Nash, Studtbaktr.Sizt ... l i
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_.I'Jgktk Judicial ClrtBll Of, I.Florida At 7.10x15 fits most 3, ALL.WEATHElE. I {. V
"0"* Bradford C..tJ'. 1757 mode! of Dodge, preW141 US'S. : '. "fl ; t,
tmt ChMerrr.VeMtlon ,_, .S >
.." of Annie R. Anderson for Nashr Olds*AUrcuryr W'* t' : V '
the..adoption Milton Ru efs on. j ,
Floyd and 3V WHiTE. ,'1 ( I ,
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BevQly Floyd Minors. _
1 To: Miller Fiord, 2Z Snipe Street. SIz* 7.60x15 fi: ; I j : It usIt1lOZDm0111GillaoTl tnT11-
JSfcheftectady.. IT. Y. SIDEWALLS II : fid.I..ii.1.u-I..e h.ra/ t.4sy yrnr at-sw,,, Jt
'YJtt w )*r b*.iwtife Ut 9+ cut model. of Clfwys ann$1'62 5. .1 : 'ffI itiiIt f s tr n.Jl.t {' a.d M..iod 1.l.Y' .
thlon lass teen tiled in the itr"ore Soto,. Buick aIds 6fTQrtls'iT f J.+ I' I
.tr)<*3 ooont D; ABM: B.. JOUATMC Packardt 1UII.-u.- .
Mercury, &
tot the adoption of Milton Floyd BbUdml
and p vely,Floyd, minors by the pe .4, Y Y n /
IStlo er, Annie B. Anderson and you .. IiE typ* pTmttu! nttpptih Vie.MORE i
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer Objections to show cans PEOPLE ON, THAN Afil OTHBtKMDIS LN.LYs Ma ..sI 1'
granted Whytad! .!Tnrnnr-attSfHey petition shonld roe not pelT-be _____ L; '- > J

tlon T, A. J. Thomas, Jr. P. O. : .
Dr** r 943. Starke Florida, and
m.the original in the office of the
Qerto of-lb Ci* *UC..n" *.- ee Station iiI
befo* August 31. 1J59. GOODMAN'S S Service
Herein Fail Not or a decree pro Z ., S. .
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eenfesso will be entered !a&airmt\ ')'4IU. l
Witness,my hand and the seal of SEEBER D. GOODHAIT STARKE MUNICIPAL GAS .J
Bald 'courtin Starke. Florida, this SYSTEM ;
JS dasv...< *>?,...I1i9.' South ,
U. S. 301 it .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Gty.;:LimitsML .. .
As'Clerk of the said Circuit .. Starke, Florida ..
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yyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyy yy she can be reached at the Brad- ''ces uL'The Educational Tour win New Bethel Baptist Church c* 9:30 amMilton EUerson. Lawn Party neighborhood from v 1
Detroit Mil &\
NEWS OF ford County Hospital for express- bP held on Friday The will All scholars and membersare I(
INTEREST TO COLORED group? Rev. A. 'B.-Vinson. pastor heldMen's Supt. Miss Gwendolyn Marshall and Out of town guests included'
ions. We wish for her a speedy visit: St. Augustine and points of asked to attend and bring a I
Day recently which was Delores Jenkins entertained about I I Louis Jenkins. Eddie Brown, MelSvn : .,
recovery. interest which will include "The sick
frend. Our members include
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY very successful. The chairman 75 of their friends with a lawnparty I and Elliott, and Geraldine
Fre-Plannlnr Activities Wax Muesum". "Marineland" and : Mrs. Laura Whitmore. H.
Deacon J. R.'Royal and CoChairman Aug. 14 The lawn I Pittman of Jacksonville. The
Pre-school planning for teachers other places. Chandler and Mrs. Gloria Graham -
,. By Ozora Shell Deacon Willie'Green wishesto decorated and the guests enjoyed I !! f.esse3"ere assisted by Mesdames -
started Monday at RJE. New During the week of August 24 'thank who recently underwent
all Pauline
who Marshall. Alma
persons participated -
AA&&A &&&&&A&&A&A&&AA&&a..AAAA" ......'._._._ at Bradford County Hos- games dancing with plentyof
------------- teachers were presented by principals -28 planning will continue at and made it successful surgery good food. The party,was given Jenkins Corean McNiei. and'Olor-

Boy Scout Troop ,No. '71 30 inch "E. Meade and Wilson Mr. Thompkins presented each school center. School will begin -l Church win be held all day Sunday t31. We ask you to visit and in honor of Miss Barbara Sta- ia Graham. All guests reported a

According $o a report from Tr:-phy". Nineteen persons will Mrs. Mable Christian.. English for the children on Monday starting with Sunday School pray for them. wells who is a newcomer to the de.'ightful time at the
Scout Master B- T. Marshall, Sr. leave tomorrow night including teacher and Librarian who is a Aug. 31 at 8:30.a. m- Buses will party.

the members of'tbe Junior Baseball graduate of Knoxville College and nm as scheduled last term.
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players. Coach B. T. MarshallSr
League, of Starke will participate Manager Clarence Williams, lives in Daytona Beach; and CHURCH NEWSMen Two Chevy midfleweights; prove 'their/ rawhide stamina! .

in ,the.::Eleventh District and one bat boy. The troop charter transferred teachers, MrsM.. E. Chapel AME Church J
Roberts and Mrs. D. B. Jackson.Mr. .
Junior Baseball Tournament at will be presented by the Scout Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church .
Lake Anderson presented Miss '; ;: Y..k L y- 5"ICK.. .; : :: .. t
Wales, Aug 22-23 The win- Representative from Gainesvilleon Bev. L. A. Sampson pastor will ,yA : Q :< vt ; -
ning team will be awarded the Dorothy Spearman, teacher of hold regular services all
the first Sunday at 2 p. m. at day Sun-
Physical Education at Anderson r- ** -
RJE during the regular meeting of day starting with Sunday School 3 .
Junior High.: She is a recent graduate --
NOTICE OF INTEST1OV the American Legion Post 314 and :at lOa. m. Mrs. Irene Thomas;
TO REGISTER FICTITOIS NAME Auxiliary. All members are askedto of Florida Normal and Industrial Snpt. in charge. Morning worship
otice.1.- hereby .given that the Memorial College. St. .
ondt reigned:under the provisions of attend this meeting. will: be held at 11 a. m: at which _
Chapter %".'S 3 Law of Florida Blood Needed Augustine, and lives in BunnelL time Rev. W. P. Jenkins will hold _
Acts ot 1141. will register with the Supt. H. PJUorgan gave an Informal -
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and "Throw out the life blood across his fourth and last quarterly conference _
talk to the The
tot Bradford County, Florida..upon the dark waves there is life group. for this conference year.
rtcelpt'-of your Merit Program discussed and
proof of publication of was
this nolle the fictitious name of blood! might save."Daisy Chandler the need for improvement in Evening service at 6 p. m. All missionary \,
D Witt C. Jones Funeral Home uno If South Starke must have two members of the county are !
der which 'we are engaged in'busin teaching langauge arts. The theme meet ,\
asked to attend the district -
pints of blood two weeks if
tc. at Starke, Fla. every cf the "Workshop" for two daysis
DeWJtt C. she is to !n? in Lake City Sunday at BethelA.
Jones Sfrvices Inc. continue to live, according j In
"Improving Language Arts
Owners' P. O Box 971 Starke Fla. to local health officials. The M. E. Church, Rev. Ford pastor.
Dated,th of
day July A. D. w
Cars will leave Starke at 1:30
1959 blood is being administered at the.f
at Starke, Bradford County noon session P. T. Nolin principal
Fknda. University of Florida Medical Cen- of Starke Elementary brought us for the meeting which is sched-
7)O-U-8Z0] : tC! in Gainesville. There are no : nd! for 2:30 p. m. District President
material anda
funds on the local level to .finance some very important E. J. Givens is asking aloyal
most helpful talk on reading.He 'a
members to attend. Vacationis
transportation or replacement stated that and better -
WHY PAY RENT of blood or payment of provisions should more be made for the about over so the Junior Church i
w'll: meet each at 5
more than $300 worth of blood child who complete days Tuesday p. m. IA
can a
that has already been used. We Mrs. E. J. Givens in charge: Re- c M..1
work in 50 minutes. He stated
WILL BUILD HOME v'val meeting, has started at the
have: been asked to call upon the that much attention has already ,
ON YOUR LOT local social, civic and religious ch'irch. Preaching will begin on v"' is e: s
learners but
been the
given -
I organizations to her. Monday. All persons in the community -r-- -T ,
.. No Down Payment I not enough. He feels very strongly are invited to attend. E. .
group that will sponsor a car to that each child should be taught I
TONEY .HOME BUILDERS, take Daisy Chandler to Gaines separately because each child J. Givens, reporter. ...

Inc. ville, SaturdaY August 29 kindly I'nion County Teachers Visit
tarns differently. This is a big
call Woodland 4-1874. She should job for any teacher with 35 or 40 i The Union County Teachers Top hands on high-country hauls !

Contact RAY FORTHPHON.E 2et; to the medical center by 9 a. ruoils but this is your job. "Read i \Kted i the Language Arts Workshop

4123 m. and will leave around 2 p. m. School Program"-P. T. ; at RJE and took a very active
ing is the
Twice each month two volunteer We Nolms part on Tuesday and Wednesday Ask any trucker who's been over this kind of treatment-and ing work that used to be reserved
Nohn. enjoyed Mr.
Keystone Heights, Fla. :gSt !" for transportation will be I presentation very much and will : : Persons in attendance were: Wolf Creek Pass, 10,850 feet up they're going stronger than ever! strictly for bigger rigs. When a

II needed plus donors for blood. use this reading material that he Mrs. Ruth M. Jenkins principal in the San Juans: a 9-mile pull to Watch Chevy trucks at work truck's built the way Chevy is,

Please! come to the rescue of Daisy brought to us during the school MAltmease Johnson, Mrs. Lena the summit and low gear all the out in range country. It's a sight lean-muscled and rawhide-tough,

I Chandler-Staff reporter. term. Allen. Mrs. Angie Franklin and way down. Mr. C. H. Phillips of to see the way they pack into it takes to ugly trails the same'

.-. Or I Carnation Club Planning will continue thru Mrs. Artie V. Collins. Mrs. Jenkins Alamosa, Colorado, has a 6403 high-up mountain pastures and way most trucks roll over the

''' The regular meeting of the Carnation Thursday. On Tuesday Mrs. M. J. and Mrs.in Johnson the Intermediate served as constants and and a 6503 Chevrolet truck that handle through brush and rock highway. It just keeps going,

.K'1'>..0... ).. \ .{\t.kt ; Social Saving Club was White A workshop challenge -
]held at Reno Theatre. presided. Primary: Departments respectively. are up over this route the year like a cowman's favorite cutting without a big to-do, but looking

.: -Jf. ci; ?.flJ with President W. Brooks Monday in which was. given to Annual the Beach Trip round, taking sheep and beef to horse. Take any truck work for good every mile of the way. HOlD

.':' : I rharge. Plans are being completedfor principals at in the Tallahassee Fourth during The Carnation Club will spon- pasture, later marketing the stock that matter. Chevy middleweights they do it is your Chevrolet deal.

J f the annual Cinderella Ball. the Workshop read by Mrs. snr a beach trip on the Fifth Sat- >in Denver. In less than a year, probably handle a bigger variety er's department. He'll be glad to I
;' summer was
e.)' s.* X17 J l lC The date of this affair will be I Mable Christian. "Improving U'day in August. Any persons interested his Chevy middleweights have of jobs than any trucks alive. supply details and specifications ,

,. rr"Uii> :announced as soon as Johnny Language Arts Thru The Teach- in taking the trip may averaged about 50,000 miles of About anything you name, includ on the type of models you need.

a Shaw: M. C- returns from his vac- ing of Spelling" was presented by contact members of the club for
t' r Y.? ition. Mrs. Sarah f'!rther information. Mrs. Wil-
&Mfe Morris was of 2nd
Mrs. M. W. Turner teacher

.o < co hostess veal- The and next served a delicious and 3rd grades at Anderson Junior I Jenkins helmena reporter.Brooks president. Alma job's too tough for a Chevrolet truck 4ru

: regular meetingwill High. She earned her MS in education -
e, be held on the third Monday. at Florida A&M University Melrose Florida .

.o l. Ml members are asked to be pre- ; recently and her thesis was Rev. Alphonso Jenkins Sr.,. J
o ( :f>nt and on time-A. R. Jenkins, pastor of St. John Baptist
e (et rporter. I on "Spelling. will begin revival Churchn See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
I The work activities in-
f Fiesta' Club group A!'gust 24th and extend thru the

.o t ta The Fiesta Club will hold its I cluded primary, intermediate, 30th.. The meeting will be. con.:.

C r esular meeting on the fourth junior high ana senior high. Con- ducted by Rev., S. N. AUeriWaldo. *, 'o f Cate Hendry Chevrolet Co. Inc.i i

.i. SO' EASY. SO GOOD f Friday night. All members are sultants were provided for each Rev. Jenkins is asking'an -

.5 PICK UP SEVERAL TODAY isked to attend. We regret the re- ormipAll committees have been the people of Bradford Countyto ,

Cf000.QCo.c.q 3C Arr :?nt illness and hopitalization of working well and it appears that come and 'enJoy this gospel feast 210 W. CALL STREET STARK FLA.

.our reporter Mrs. Gloria Graham. the planning period will be sue next week and help.. us save'souls. PHONE WO 4.2011
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