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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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3,313 Registered i j BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Candidates Will



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Official County Publication Established In 1879
First day enrollment figures at some county schools Ask For Support

showed increases last but ] off .
over year, a leveling was expected -- -- -
as some withdrawals were made ana some students VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THu"RSD.\ SEIT. 3. 1959 V1TMRFR. FI.EVEXi- i,:
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who had pre-registered did not show up. ; T.T- .. t ;. --- Starke Jaycees hope to stir up community interest in

Original figures showed an enrollment .j, Jktc3 Local next week's city election with a rally planned for Friday
Correction Made of about 1,000 at BUS, Deputies night on Court Street.
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(jbut by Wednesday the total had i I I Jaycee Vice President! Ray Gold.

In Story About ;.railed! off to 954. At the new y t-u-,1 wire said this week' that city of.
Miles
Answers
Two I,
:, Southside Elementary School there .,y ( Capture I I fioials bad given permission for

Ovid Lewis ||i were 176 first day registrations. .% I the street to be blocked off. Around
,t ut this did not indicate an in- I Check Charge truck will provide the

The Telegraph was in error last;j "crease in the system since most Escaped ConvictsBradford I l rpeaker's platform from which

week when it reported that Ovid;j i (of the children were transferred F'4' Starke. Florida: i,i crch! of nine candidates for var-

G. Lewis, local businessman had 1 fiom Starke The : ; ious
i Elementary. Deputies Dolph Red- August 28. 19)91 i, city posts will gina brief
posted $20.000 bond following) his i I Starke Elementarylegistration off dish and Jimmy Hamilton picked Bradford County Teleg'raph. speech.

arrest in Duval County on a I >44 pupils indicated a loss of aibout up $25 apiece last Sunday as re- Starke. Florida. i I Goldwire said the speeches
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worthless check charge. I) the same number that transferred 1: '? wrds for the capture of two escaped Gentlemen: I[I would be held to a period of from
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Although Lewis's bond was orIginally -I, to Southside. convicts from Raiford but You recently published a news'i! three to five minutes. The can.

i set at $20,000 by Justice; Tentative first day figures from Reddish wordenng if he is go- article relative to my airest on a,, didates will outline their platformsand

cf the Peace Dewey Pendarvis, i j other schools in the county were:I I I trig to be able to keep his share supposedly "bad check:' mention-: solicit support at the polls.

further investigation has disclosed,1 rocker 98; Hampton. 144; Law- : if the money. ;ng my candidacy for Chief of'''There will not be a question and

that the Starke man made restitution -i t ttey' Jr. High, 233; RJE. 523;' .... P __---.-- I I Reddish spotted the two men I Police of Starke. Florida. Since!I[answer period. AD candidate
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on the check and was released -,'Thurston' 34; Hampton Training] I crouched in a yard near SR 229 this matter is clearly political. I have agreed to appear" at the rally. -

from jail Sunday, Aug. 23.i;, School, 34; Anderson Jr. Hgh.: Insurance nd stopped his car and left it so will appreciate your giving the I Goldwire said.

after the charge brought against!, :215. Total registration for the suddenly he forgot to take it out same publicity to this reply which Jaycee President Jerome' Johns
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him by Joel Strickland of Orlando I'!sy tem was 3.313 of which 2,507j of gear. you gave my arrest and the statements will act as master of ceremonies.

had been dropped. I iveie white children and 806 were The 1957 Chevrolet with auto- of those who sought to Election day i* Sept. 8. Nine
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Strickland contacted Pendar-i' colored. Settlement Gets matic transmission, started to roll harm me. persons have qualified for five

vis and notified him that the matter -* A breakdown Wednesday at-: agiin after the deputy jumped The facts are: I ordered by tele- positions that are open. Two of
had been settled to the plain-:1 tendance figures at BHS showed out. It fell partially off a culvert phone a truck load of peaches the races are only formalities

tiff's satisfaction, and that he::' the following class sizes: 7th Reject By City and ruined a front tire before it from a Georgia dealer and the since incumbents W. T. (Billy)

wished o have the charge dismiss- !i j grade, 166; 8th grade. 160; 9th -- LK7 came to a halt. dealer sent me a much lower Jackson and Mrs. Ruby Johns are
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his
I on feet. Reddish
ed. I i i ,grade, 178 got. than unopposed in their
; sophomore class. 182 r grade ordered. I contacted respective bids
Insuranceman the men he was hunting and held
At present there are no charges!'! (the largest); juniors. 139; and City Council Harry Rabb informed them at gunpoint until reinforce-i the dealer at once, be agreed to I lor mayor and group 4 council
I seniors, 129. Similar figures 2LWIl Tuesday make an adjustment in member.T. .
the
pending against'; Mr. Lewis in this price
night that his ments arrived. Now he is wondering -
matter and The Telegraph :II!I could not be obtained from other company had agreed! and to return to me the check I1ad C (Cliff) Hazen, Jr.. present
regrets
to pay one half of a $4.400 repair if he will have to foot the bill
any embarrassment!: paused hmi by::,I schools. sent him and he doubtless council chairman and Merrill Edwards
bill for
the ruined tire.
on one of the city generators -
the error in our earlier article. I I Superintendent Harmon :Morgan that was badly damagedby .. I was just trying to get out would have done so except that are opponents for the city
aid 25 during political season he took the clerk job being vacated by
I new teachers would work ,. lightning. in a hurry and get to them before! incul1\-
Organizational Meet i :n the school system this year, but f : *- -- -. .., Rabb said the machines had an they broke for the woods." he course suggested by my political bent Carl Johns after 27 consecutive ; .

I i they would be teaching the same : ,.- insurability life age of 20 years says. "As the car stopped I grabbed enemies. This deal was as rottenas years in the office. -

Next Tuesday i, courses their predecessors taught.No ; :, and pointed out the company had my carbine and bailed out the cull peaches. Hazen Li" serving his third terma

For Adult 'StudentsAdults 1!' courses have been added and agreed to settle on a 10 year agebaiis the door-didn't even think a- Yours truly. : a councilman and stilj has a
none have dropped from the 1958- despite the fact the gen- wut it still being in gear." E. F. Miles. year left on his present term. If

of the Bradford County I 59 curriculum. F erator was actually 12 years old. Reddish had received two tele- r-e gets the peoples nod f9r clerk

community interested in enrolling !I! Sixteen of the new teachers will Mayor Jackson retorted that phone calls from residents of the Editor's Note his vacancy will be filled with an

for evening classes are invited to | work at BHS under the new pnn-l then! were five generators at the Pleasant Grove section of SR 229 Mr. Miles made restitution on appointment by the other four

attend an organizational meeting!jtipal Hugh Ingram who was principal city Plant.and only two were used west of Starke. about two white the above mentioned check [tin council members. .

In the USO Building at 7:30: p. at Lawtey Jr. High last I I ar one time. He argued that the men who were hitchhiking along the amount of $461.75] and paid Edwards, a native of Starke and

m. September 8. Program Director': year. Tom Casey who taught at adjustment should be made acCording I the road. Suspecting the men SJ7.SO ia Georgia sheriffs costs employee of Tpm'g! Peanut Company -
to the the might be the same two who es- just before noon last Thursday. for the past 13 yean, was
L. H. Gibson urges everyone planning BHS last year j.; principal at| Back To School As Summer Ends use generatorhad !
to enroll to register before Southside Elementary. He will been put to and not its date I raped from the new prison con- The Telegraph was going to press defeated by Johns in the 1957 race
of installation. The Council stiuction project on Saturday at the tune and was unable to for clerk. It was probably the
the organizational meeting if posSible have two of the new teachers with a Almost 1,000 BUS students filed out of the football, stadium con-
him. t. curcd. with. the mayor's CTeningAhe radioed Deputy Ham- carry the latest development. closest contest in city election ,
I io-tliat .specific courses may Jim Hobbs former BHS opinpq JSls-
above and their -
( ) joined teachers and tome --
Thom gfttips atAssistant j ;(f's"koo UtrfiTo assist"in i Ee s'earchlhoti-: files tOdrd5ltThy
te determined in advance l teacher and basketball coach will Rabb to. attempt was arrested on Anr. ** : only two
Although high school credits handle the principal's job at Principal Joe Wood called out divisions on a public :work out a more suitable adJust- fled the prison security detach- by a Bradford deputy. The warrant votes. The count WM 752 to 750.

are being offered for the first; Hampton and will have five of the address, system. This mn an opening day scene at the high :ment.. ment to bring dogs and men. and was issued by the sheriff of James Lewis and incumbent 1.

ime under the evening program new teachers. Lawtey Jr. High .school. Mayor Jackson said one of the then set out to find the convicts. Dooley County, Ga. A notation .1 D. Doyle Will seek election to the

students> may take courses with i and RJE will have one new staff In the bottom picture third grade students from Sooth city's.new police cars had frozenup Hamilton stopped to investigatea I. the arrest was made on the Brad- group 5 council post. Doyle was

out credit if they choose. Applicants member. side Momentary: eat the'r: hl {'hf'Sith pretty teacher Mr*. and had been returned to the parked car while Reddish cruised ford1 County jail records. This is elected in 1957 and is just finishing
I oealer for repairs. Chief Riley slowly along. hoping to spot the standard procedure even though his first term. He has been
for the
high school diploma Lucille The chilllft'of'rt'
I Superintendent Morgan said the I! Payne. brought to the cafeteria by
II Sweat said the engine went bad ercapees along the roadside. as in this case the man arrestedis serving as chairman of the streets
requested to obtain
are a recordof I I
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I classrooms were ready to handle! bus- at noontime. The cafeteria at the new school was not
'I when one of his officers was S He finally saw Harvey Lee Lea- not confined to the jail. committee.
previous schooling from the I students on opening day at'' finished in time to furnish'meals during the first week of schooL .nd Oary Carlin Whitehead. Lewis has
last school attended but should I chasing a car out of town on SR gue served four previous
Southside, but the !
not delay registering because of ,I pupils had to be 230 at.about 50 mnh.. n both 23, and serving sentences for Services Held For terms on the council nB4S-ifl'fii- ;
'transported bus
by to Starke
this. Ele- I Ford dealer Clyde Terwillegar into theft crouching down in the Lad was council chairman iothlalt
Conversational Spanish will |i I Plenary for their lunches. : Franklin Ritch Hospital EmployeesMeet said Thursday morning the bad yard of Negro John Goodwine. The Roy Logan McCall, I six years of that period. He
bej in
Delays the
offered under the direction of Mr. !,!. the Southside cafeteria preparation of!Awarded Scholarship With Insurance engine would be sent to the Ford deputy was on top of the men 74, Of Lawtey II was defeated in 1956 when five
Fresnada a native Cuban who were cap- Motor Company for analysis. A !before they knew he was coming candidates ran as a group and the
isj:
currently teaching in the Starke iped, by which the loss of some equip I By Winn-Dixie Stores Representatives new engine has been secured and and they meekly surrendered. I| Roy Logan McCall 74. of Law- I two high men were elected to fill

High School. Typing shorthand.I!jment i had been ordered by will be' installed in the car.] They were brought back to the ley died suddenly at his residence I two vacancies.
Jail
bookkeeping and business English j I I I express. A tracer has been Franklin Ritch 1959 graduate Bradford County Hospital employees : In other action the Council: Bradford County jail for a brief Thursday Aug. 27, following- I Police chief is the most popular

will be the principal business i| put out by the railroad and the cf Bradford High School and I I will meet with other has- accepted a new fire code after its time before prison officials picked ,brief illness. Mr. McCall was born'f: spot on the ballot this year, with

course offerings. Academic subJects !j[ cafeteria shouldbe in operationnext class; salutatorian, is one of 141 I pital business office and insurance I j recommendation by Chief Car- thm up.Goodwine. in Lake City, Aug. 18, 1885 the :. three men qualified.

will include science all levels { week if the missing equip.I' students throughout the South : :personnel from north Florida hos- I penter. The chief had reported said the men had son of the late John and Sudie i Incumbent Riley Sweat win be
of mathematics. American History i I ment can be found. who have been awarded college|I pi 4ls today C Thursday] in Jack-I ;Uie; code was actually being used vrlked up to his house and asked I Harrington McCalL A member of opposed toy Ben C. HdUeadorf
and Government and several |!! A hurrying city street crew fin- scholarships: by Winn-Dixie : sn1ville: to study new methods f" by the city and its official adop- for a drink of water. When they >: the Baptist Church, he was a retired and E. F Miles Sweat former

Enelish courses including public I isJied laying sewer linea from the Stores, Inc. and procedures for claim pay-:I jtfnn' might smooth dealings with Law: the flashing red light on the naval stores operator. city policeman resigned as chief

soeakin new school last week, but the paving The grant to the Starke youth I ments. The program will be under.,fire underwriters. deputy's car they asked their unwilling ; Surviving are two daughters. deputy to Sheriff P. D. Reddish in

Classes are expected to start contractor was not so lucky. in the amount of $250 a year to the direction of Blue Cross of I Was reminded! by Clerk Carl host if they could sit downin Mrs. Lillian DeHaven Green Cove 1958 and defeated Holtzendorf in

after the organizational meeting. I I The schoolground is also on the I at'end the University of FloridaI; Florida. Inc. I Johns that bids on revenue cer- the yard and then proceededo Springs and Mrs. Etta Mae Mc- a close| race, *802 votes to 784.

A registration fee of $2 per courseis ;I partially completed list. i i in Gainesville was I The local group will be headed 111'rates! for the natural gas distribution : do so. They cidnt get down far Call of Jacksonville; one son Holtzendorf, presently a sergeant
i Work on the BHS auditorium is scholastic achievement merit, and by Administrator R. E. Edmond- system would be acceptedby enough. \
charged! to help pay for light- ] I I :George of Palatka; two 515ters.1 j Jon I the force had been appointed
In" and heating of the facilities |' still progressing and the building! the desire for educational ad- I sen.: and includes Florence Brown, the Council at 2 p. m. Sept. 9. As for the deputy-he has a new Mrs. Minnie Lee, Lake City and chief to fill the unexpired term

Vfed. i I should be finished: by the first of. vncement: according to an- Dorothy Alvarez, Patricia Ed- The bonds have been advertisedby tire, and probably doesn't need Mrs. Lee Adams Jacksonville; and I I:of W. E. Thornton who had resigned

Adults wishing to take the General -[:, the year. The contract for the!i uncement by H. L. Avery. vice wirds, Cleo Barley, Frances I III I the city's fiscal agents. to worry about paying for it. In one grandchild. i ii shortly before election
Educational Development ,JOb calls for its completion by 'president of the Jacksonville di- II Wadsworth and Virginia Bradley.I Authorized the streets commit- likhhood the cost will be marked .- i Funeral services were held in .

ft or the 10th Grade Equival-!: February. non of Winn-Dixie. Howaid Land. Hospital relations -|i t:=e to contact the State Road I off as another routine expense.,I the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Saturday j I time.Miles, a produce moved

ency test are urged. to make ap-' i I Tn addition to the 141 scholar-i representative for Blue iI )i Dpt. in an effort to have a speed ;t f the department.Occupational. j at 11 a. m. with the Rev. I Starke from Georgia man in 1940. H to.

tmeations! before September 8 at Cooler Than You ships the food chain awarded ,I Crass has said that increasing |I zone marked off at the Southside r iE. C. Harvey officiating. Burial' served on the police force from

thf Adult Education Office in the Think June HottestAugust l'lrants to 16 colleges and univer-I complexity of health insurance II )I Elementary School on SR 100. And |;,was in the family plot in Mt. Ta- 19 4-1956. .

Tear of the USO Building. ; i fr.ies throughout the South for programs and an increased numbered Accepted a plat submitted by I Beverage Licenses i br 'Cemetery, Columbia County. i A record number of voters
I I turned
i of insurance covered Merrill McMillan which
t ifip purpose of assisting deserving,j patents surveyor
I was hot but June j I I out last year when only three
was Now On Sale
BOOSTERS ri.rnThe 'st'dents! in their junior and sen- I' has necessitated more direct snowed a proposed annex of six
I HOLIDAY MONDAY 1
totter, according to temperatures' :, offices were filled. There were
Bradford Booster's Club contact between hospital and lots to the Green Acres subdi- :. I
recorded at the municipal power ,. ior years. Each year approxi-: in I Beverage and: occupational licenses J,601 votes cast in that electionand
insurance personnel settling vision.
will hold its first meeting of the I plant. mpt.ely 70 students are assisted. are now on sale in the tax: Most StarKe business houses. an even larger number is
j I of thep1.t.
claims- The
acceptance
Councily
year tonight (Thursday), at 8 pm.I The mercury soared to 96 on'' through this program. collector's office. Collector J. R. county schools. courthouse city hoped for this year. Almost half
in the music room at BHS. Alii t to days in August 17th and ;;: Elks Meet Monday was conditional upon appro- Kelly reminds that these licenses hall post office. and banks will be 'of the city's estimated population
members I The 141 scholarships awarded! val by the Board of Adjustment.
are urged to attend as must be secured before Oct. closed Monday for the annual I
2? hl, but June poured it on with' on or fis registered and eligible to cast
an important. matter is to be discussed. -: two days [129th and 30th 1 hitting 1 1I .' for the 1959-60 school year represented -!I BPO Elks will meet Monday,I The L. D.lots 01 een.will No be improvements sold by developer are 1. Labor Day holiday. ballots. Recent registrations

I a high of 98: another two days; : an increase of 48 over the SEpt.: 7. at 8pm. at Elk's Hall. I p13nned.I .j brought the total of qualified voters
I i25th and 27th with 97: and one previous jear. Mr. Avery said. The.! Exalted Ruler Owen Vaughan said commit- to 2.551.
1 I Referred to the streets .
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96 on the 26th. foundation started that a special business metmg. \ --- i The city fire station will
program was I i jtc''! a problem presented! by S. R. LAT7225) f A'I again
POLITICAL I July matched August with two will be held and that he hopes all 1 I,serve M the only polling place.
in 1943. I II
I 96's recorded on July 1 and 2. members will attend. I Continued on Page 61 1 : .. ...... ... .4 I Polls will be open from 7 am. to
RALLY I, '. r.- ',.! ,4r... .,'4if (BUndown.I -

State Armory Board Donates: 700 Acres I, ii .'< ... 7 ., ;f + ,Efr.I I

Friday Night .. :.:"-" 'II Cheerleader Will Sell
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8:00 PM. Kingsley Site To Be Youth Camp I I ;4r%- .. r :. : -. 4- Football Passes -

At
COURTHOUSESQUARE I 4' 1, Political Rally

I A 700-acre tract with three i iI I two miles east of Bradford Coun- rummer.; Long-range plans call I the Northeast Florida area thatis I .
I fourths of a mile of frontage on I s itv. ,for facilities to accommodate up interested in the welfare ofboys I ,;- Bradford High Cheerleaders will
Kingsley Lake has been turned I",, Gen. Lance said the deed to 500 youths for periods up to j I It.vo and girls.Preliminary. I ) # ? f 'e on hand to sell season football

Sponsored By ;over to the Clay County Development i transferring the land contained weeks at a tiIr P.I plans call for the I iaNsLLYs %> ; tickets at the Jaycee-sponsored
JAYCEES Authority as a site for the :I emeigency clause which would I He said the development authori-. establishment of dock facilities, .. '-; LAIL g- pc'ltical rally Friday night.
:erection of a camp to be used by'I''Ian the land to the Defense tv would work clobery with extension bath houses. areas for outdoor 16 z'JA Adult season ticket are $5.50.

--- 'organized youth groups in Northeast Department in the event of a national -I service officials at the shorts, swimming and boating end students $3. AH persons desiring -

Florida. ," emerg ncy. The State Armory I University of Florida in developing activities. 'a recreation hall, kitchens to buy season tickets are

This Space Contributed II The.. transfer was announced Board acquired control of a master plan for the camp. dining rooms. cabins infirmary 2 30 4' .. reminded to have their money
lost: week by Gen. Mark Lance j the vast Camp Blanding reserva- :but emphasized the camp would auditorium and a caret 11 4; with them at the rally.

Weekly to Publicize !state adjutant general and ,vice. tion when it was deactivated at not be for the sole use of 4-H &. e -'s residence. STARKE

Community Events i hairman of the State Armory the end of World War n. Club or Future Farmer groups. Preliminary plans also call forsibleasing ,,_. *
by Singing Convention
;,Board and by Sen. Tom Adamsof The youth camp will operate on The camp will not be openedto about 100 acres of the 100

THE COMMUNITYSTATE ', Orange Park. Adams is the a regional basis. but the Clay the general public since the property to the Gateway Girl -w'A-WM
Bradlord-Unlon
singing convention -
executive director of the development ?uthor\ty will have the responsibility development group has no intention Scout Council.

.authority. of developing activities and of competing with commercial SelL Adams said it was through meets Sunday. Sept. 6th.
BANKOF The huge chunk of Camp facilities. recreation areas it was the Girl Scout Council that he a ft A D 0 l Rto at 2:30 P. 11. .at. Pine. Level. Baptirt -

STARKE Blanding ground is located on the Sen. Adams said he was hopeful I first became aware of the press- Church.

southwest corner of Kingsley Lake. that camping avtivities wouldbe jaidAdams said the camp will .be I in?' need for camp facilities in ,0 U WT Everyone Interested in cocpel

lat the dea end of SR 230 about started on a limited basis'nezt available for any organization In this area for boys and girls. .. singing Ix byit! d. :. _* _*_,.-

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_ TWO BRADFORD'COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA TIJKShlf.SEPT.; S, 1953

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(- .. -- .. - -.- - I i Mrs. Titus Olson f is returningths Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh Jr. Mrs. Carl L. Johns and children I Mr. and Mrs. Bengt Simonson., .. NOTICE OF JMI.E!' I One
I : weekend from three week's and daughter Becky: Jo of Jacksonville and Mrs. Frazier Shaw visited who have been Swedish Missionaries -' ::once I Is! hrrrbv givc-n that p"r-I Unt* l ti I I1> Mot I', lcbcrOn "i

visit in Olmsted, IlL were visiting his mother Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and! in Johannesburg Africa for! suant to a Final 1)rtree of Mork of goods

')Ir. and MfST: H. G. Paterson Mrs. McIntosh Sr. whd 'has been family in Jacksonville' Sunday.i seven years before coming to America -t closure finance! entered Company.In the Inc.rare corpora-i of Local- 'I At best public bidder Mle.tbrrtor to the for fclghedtsnd cash

and, family are,_speigMng. the LabI"r ilL Little Dale Bennett fell out of a in 1958. were weekend| at.on.vt>- Clarence Harrington and at .the. Southern front door of the

,; Day weekend with Mrs. Lannii'attrson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ,Black of tree last Thursday tnd' broke his guests of Mrs. Ola M. Perkins t Audrey J-:", in Harrington the Circuit bin Court wife.a nt the St"' rlj.-iro. flotfjs C'-UBly,..,.,Courthouse... few hni in.

in Billow, Jacksonville were weekend guests foot. The Bennetts are former Mr. Simonsson was in charge oftiie Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. .t ll.'9 A. TL and %:00 P. X. on the
i N TM! in and for Bradford County. FlorId 1C oay of trpu-ininT, A V. I9OFKICAL
NEWS
Mrs. Thomas! Peacock and children : of.Mr. and Mrs. :Maxie'Carter Sr. Starke residents. morning and evening service I wilt ell the property situate ( SEAL

of Gainesville were Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stricklandof Mrs. George Huggins and chil- at the Fast; Methodist Church i in Bradford County. Florida de CHARLES? .\, DAHBV CLERKIII

-- "._--------- ----- ,_. visitors of their grandmother Mrs. Starke and Evelyn Lit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sim- *i.ribt>d as- j Marian L. Cro I>>\ D. C
- 91 i I daughter, dren were visiting her mother, One (1) Sti'cher It7
-" Bertha Pearce. I of onsson are at present attending the I
Henry Lakeland are M. Jeffords
visitingthe Mrs. S. in High
Miss Harriet Buff of Carroitonj Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and) :
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Ga. and Mrs. Royal Hawkins and)eon, Charles spent last week with' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez and Strickland's son-in-law and Springs last Thursday. I Syracuse University on a Crusader I

daughters of Dallas, Texas were! Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sapp I family of Mandarin visited Mr.:. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Judy Hayes ELECT EARL -MAES CHIEFOF I Scholarship. They will return to i when needRELIABLE
Africa next July to be assigned I you
in El Paso, Texas. While there .
tnd Mrs. Joe Martinez on Sunday.Mrs. POLICE.Mr.
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. at Daytona Beach.
and
:Maxie Carter Sr. ELECT Mae Jones of Jacksonville they visited Mexico, White Sands. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of I to work as a journalist a
EARL F. MILES CHIEF teacher in Southern Rhodesia. ,
spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. and Carlsbad Caverns in New Ovieda were weekend visitors of
Mrs. M. W. Lance and daughters OF POLICE
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson of W. E. :Middleton.Mr. Mexico. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen GAS SERVICETHINK

,,4. Mrs. R. N. Carswell of Way. Lakeland were visiting Mr. and and Mrs C. H. Nasworthywere :Miss Vivian Garcia spent the Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. of Omaha Neb. are spending several -

cross Ga., leave today for a Mrs. J. >L Harrell leaves Sun weeks with her parents Mr.
Mrs. H. A. Lawson and familyover in Winter Park Sunday vis- past two weeks in Fayettesville, OF
e, 'week's visit with another daughter the weekend. iting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. NasMrs. N. C. with Miss' Dale Pierson. day for three weeks visit with I and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. SLADE GAS

:, Miss Babs Lance who is in R' r'ah.. friends and relatives in Sidney, Goldwire Servicenter, 155 East I
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Mrs. Mabel
Miss Sue Hise of Glendale ,3. Braden of Jackson- lean !
Unurses training at Charity Hospit-, Calif. was a weekend guest of I| Bertha Pearce was visit- ville was a guest last week of Ohio.Mrs. Street.Midget I TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

aI, New Orleans Bud Lawson. ing her sister, Mrs G. V. Phillipsin Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. Theyspent Charles Darby and daughters .

,. John B. Rivers wno nas been Lake City last week. Tuesday in Orangedale with Phyllis and Lee, were Visit- Leaguers I PHONE WO 4-3551
Replace your old sewing ma- :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cruce. ing Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Spencerin
confined in the General Hospital
4: rhine belt with a new Singer Belt Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zack Jacksonville Thursday to Sun-!I Can Win New -
spent
'i'jn Memphis, Tenn. since an auto- i
from Denmark Furniture Co. tl !last week sight-seeing and attending day. [
mobile accident in March is stead- ,
; Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnston of
the Baseball
1 Broadway shows in New Gloves
ily improving.Mike
: FloridaTheatre .as weekend guests, Mrs. Virgnia York City. Miami were guests of Mrs. Alice

Flynn of Lake Bedford McGuire of Orlando, Mrs. June Mr. and Mrs. D. Orville Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob-
Harrisof 60I
t Shores has returned home following Krause of Miami. Mrs. Margie St. by Turner. from Wednesday to' Jaycee" President Jerome Johns AL L N EW 19
Petersburg weekendguests
were I'
this week that the local
in St. Vincent's Hos- said
surgery Franich of Indiana and Mrs. Elizabeth Friday of last week. .
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. l ix. had worked oat program
I p'tal. Johns of Lake Butler. Miss Norma Rooks has returned -group a 1
Winn-Dixie and Set-
Starke
with
Among those from here attend-! Mrs. Colon Thomas and daugh. on.Mr: and to her home in Pratt Kas. after -
Mrs. C. H. Quick Sr. stores that would help Midget
ing Mrs. Emma Rivers' 78th ter. :Miss Perrie Lee Hubner of spending the summer with her zer
have returned from a month'svisit
League baseball players get badly
: in Auburn- Jacksonville next sister Mrs. J. H. Jr. and
birthday: anniversary are spending in Collins.. Miss and Ala. Mabry' rtded equipment. A vital part
dale on Sunday were Mrs. Pierce week in Burlington, N. C. with family. INWORLD
Mrs. Sylla Blackburn of Coving- ill the plan will also be played byr.he
- Crews Mrs. Hester Thomas lit- friends and relatives. Mrs. Charles Parker of Cocoa
ton, La. was a recent visitor of manufacturers of Starkist
jtle: Leon Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Gridwlre Servicenter 155 East her spent the weekend with her mother -
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lois brand tuna fish.
. 'Leon: Ellington and children Mr. Call Street. Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family.Mr. aovs
, 5JWBflter Colley and Mrs. Laura Colley. Johns said Wilson brand. Al
, Saturday, Sept. end Mrs. George Rivers, :Mr. and Miss Sylvia Paulk was a featured ,, Mrs. White and :Mrs. Purvis Hazen and
Delphia of Jacksonville Kaline model fielder's gloves
. Mrs. D. L. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. singer at the Exchange Club daughter. Joy, of Ocala were TABLE TV
was a weekend visitor of would be presented to the first
1
I 'I' Johnie Outlaw and Mr. last Saturday evening I I weekend of Mr. and :Mrs.
daughter summer party her guests who
sister-in-law, Mrs. Laura Coljlcy. Ii) midget league players
; across araairala .and Mrs. Tommie Reams. Mr. and II i at the E. L. Becker's "Con-; Guy Sale.
.
. aa DESGrf... I : saved! the labels from 50 tans of
C "D,..tIID.1TCIIED.-' I I Mrs. Ovid Thomas, and Mrs. Fron-1, cludo" home on the St. Johns Riv-i| Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar and children tta j. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and tartlet tuna. The gloves retail i
ago rum
1 ie Clemons. er, Switzerland Fla. children who stationed In
- ,. ; i I h .. .. -, I'I spent the_ past two weeks in i were for almost $20- An additional' 10 Yf'I
AwAND A Africa -
ara, the two '
I Sanford and Daytona Beach. past wards of Wilson baseballs autographed -
,: JAKE DE1 years, are_ visiting her mother, 'I
RE ELECT Purchase any model of Singer] by Detroit Tiger star Ka-
: ,p Sewing: Machine at Denmark Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr. and familyfor line, win be given to the first 10

a Furniture Co. tf a month before going to their boys who turn in 15 of the tuna

Mr. and Mrs. George Fortunasof I new station at the Anny'post at abelsThe labels must be handed

J. D. DOYLECITY Apalachicola were visiting her :Vent Hill farms, Warrington Va. to Johns, and he will secure the SOUND OUT .-- NO

I I ,; parents. Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Mac Mrs. J. C. Cone of Brooker is .wards for the boys. FRONTSPEAKER> \ < 0-.' PRODUCTIONSHORTCUT

Blain. on Tuesday of lastweek.. spending: this week with her The Midget Baseball programIs FOR

. Bin Grate Mrs. W. H. Edwards III and daughter, Mrs. M. F. Hazen. sponsored each summer by the RICHEST TONE *

i '. COUNCILGroup children spent Monday and Tues- Rev. J. H. Mabry Jr. conducted Taycees. IN TABLE TVI r ** *

; KELLY VFronk day with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards a revival at the Hopeful BaptistChurch 20,000

.. ( 5) Jr. in Orange Park. near Lake City from Sunday VOLTS or
to Wednesday.Miss THE RIGHT POINT for Iht
.a :Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller -
"A BUSINESSMAN"Pd. Stella write. Come4 In and 8e. -+ PICTURIpOWER
IC were visiting relatives in, Nash. Hatfield of Jacksonville way you
', ( PoL Adv.. ville, Tenn. last week. 'visited her sister, Mrs. J. P.' led your favorite ESTEfcBHOOK:

: I Mrs. James Sullivan will under ML the first of the week. Fountain Pen. TELEGHAVH..

It I-. Mrs. Alice Anderson is visiting! THE GOTHAM-Model 02311.21' overall InU' !? lIlft'.
4 a at
{Celeste IllHota UIH8MuHCli o go tonsilectomy Bradford Ooh
a 'I friends and relatives in New York diag. meas. 262 8q. in. rectangular picture I
r rte m County Hospital on Tuesday. In Walnut Mahogany or 249.95
a l ABM 0 for two weeks. area. grained ,
s '
ecru Mr. and Mrs. LoUis Yancey Jr. Blond Oak colors.
.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Srtong of RARt(
COLE E
PORTER of Atlanta will be visiting Mr.
r qI AnnouncingTHE Sarasota were weekend guests of
and Mrs. L. D. Vining from Thurs .
AlOl c.Slma PRODUCTIOI Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. They
t Praoteft by M-ara day to Monday.
at visited the Stephen Foster -- T "' e 1a
.. OPENING OF Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee and family .
'Memorial on Sunday. SUN., !MON, TUES.
of Tallahassee have moved to
Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat Sept. 6, 7, 8
Lakeland where Mr. Lee '
Plus is
Cartoon on
"Bowery Bugs"

I NORMAN ELECTRIC SERVICE the faculty at Southern_ College. Mr.Denmark and Mrs.Furniture H- K. Davis Co. spent tr WALT DISNEY'S Horizontal handcrafted ."Fringe Lock"Circuit

Sun., Mon. Sept. 6, 7 'Mrs. Lee will toe remembered as White WildernessA
last week in New Orleans. Zenith developed Super H2O.
FuR Power Transformer
a I
the, former Helen Dowtinj of
I 120 COURT STREET i Starke. Beverly Crawford returned Sunday True-Life Adventure Feature chassis for the best in operating
.w a .. M .. i. rl-v from two months visit with dependability end less a tiunsAie.PithrftTubl
Mr. and Mrs. X/M. Smith A Streetcar Named
; iSii" and her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. service headaches SpotMe Dial
family of Starke'aM Mr. and Mrs.H. W.
Al Harley Jr. in Kingwood.
: N s 'i All Types Electrical Work | T. Smith of Lyons,.Ga spent Va. She visited points of interest Desire R . R . tt . *

Dorit I I several days last week at Salt ip Washington. D. C. while there. Vivian Leigh and Marlon Brando 4

Springs. Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Plus Color Cartoon for Children : USl1M CLASSIC" *
: \GIve COMMERCIAL Mrs. J. R. Kite will be visiting and children of Jacksonville visit- ALL NEW PORTABLE TV

I t Mr.\: and Mrs. Ralph Cotton in Pel. ed his parents, Mi. and Mrs. Barney Wed., Thur. Sept. 9, 10 a I t
: UPttie i HOUSE WIRING ham. Ga. the THE CARIBBEAN-
over long weekend. McRae, Sr. Monday evening. *

: Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Ritch had as Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Charles Menace In The NightWith overall Model diagonal DllltB.meas-17' p i

Ship"HUMUS. REPAIRINGDependable Wednesday visitors Mr. and Mrs. 'xm, S. C., spent several days last Griffith Jones t ure. 155 sq.inches ort 1

t J. Hamilton Ritch of Gainesvilleand wrek with Mrs. Alice Anderson. WALT DISNEY'S picture viewing area. fIn

afIiMU toter IGCGI Sgt. and Mrs. John C. Ritch Mike Anderson returned horn i Blue Mist Color.

a a nPlus and family while enroute to Cheyenne with his mother after two weeks BAMBI 199.95 \ *

"Leave Us Chase It" Economical Service Wyo. where the Sgt. Ritch visit with his grandparents, Mr. Pins Color Cartoon a *
family will be stationed. The and Mrs. Harry Lappe and Mrs. SRmIYnmiTarrifclHorizontal! ,
: Cartoon. handcrafted Chi i ino production 1
Hamilton Ritchs i
will spend a Alice: i
Anderson.Mr.
Fri. Sat. t ry
BONDED LICENSED Sept. 11, 12 shortcuts In tftluxt nary
month there, with their family. and Mrs. Don Championand portable TV. 4
Wed. 8 9 The Mating Game t
Tues. Sept. ,
ELECT EARL F. MILES CHIEFOF family spent the past six
FREE ESTIMATES POLICE. T eeks at their cottage on HaUL Debbie Reynolds Tony Randall I t t t. Ii ". .' Ii t t Ii ..' Ii t

e pw i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hauck of ke. Paul DouglasWATUSI

... t i Wttlil PHONE WO 4-9331 Clarksville, Tenn. were weekend %WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE
er.
DESIIa TO { guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gra i .

.. HitACI i ham.Mrs. Shellie Davis of Blackshear, George Montgomery, Taina El*
D. J. Clark of Tampa was ...ere'Vlsiting Mrs. Daisy P Ga'i Plus Z Color Cartoons for Children \\"4-4081 231 N. TEMPLE AVE.
.. .
visiting Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mr and Mrs. Del Colley on Sunday.Jan 'f '
1 del 1r and Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs.! Mundorff who has been -

". Henrietta Hunt over the weekend.. working at Oglethorpe Universityfor I

Re-Elec They spent Monday in Ocala \\1th'' the summer returned home .
.. lYta SYM..
S ?atM t Riley Sweat Mr. and Mrs. Billy_ Clark. Monday far two weeks vacation

Mrs. -R. u. A Harrell of Miami is before returning to college at

... visiting Mr*. Henrietta Hunt this Oglethorpe.Mr. ,TRADING POSTta6

week. and Mrs. Ed Gonsalves and

.. CHIEF OF POUCE Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last daughter Joy, of Bradenton have

\IHINlOfAuwr..rIte'.w..iI' week with her grandchildren, Jennifer moved to 345 N. St. Clair street.

.e. i r THINK a.CIIMf' Friends and Greg Davis in Gainesville Mr. Oohsalves is the new superintendent

'eo.rIte-mMh4*f : while their parents, 'Mr. and of the Starke Laundry.D. GENERAL ELECTRIC

I would like to take this opportunity Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. were vacationing D. Colley and son Douglas of

t & to say a fttf Words> in my own in Atlanta and North Car Washington. D. C. and Mr. and *
aqe Mrs.Sam Oillispie of Fort Meade'ekend FILTERFLO.WASHE'If
.: olina.
# .(iJ behalf, and to tellda a gbmethlng
: Wolf ftt" #r pabout background. Eltra Bobbins save lime-Stock m-e guests of Mrs.
.. my np with Singer Bobbins at Denmark Laura: Colley and family.

.:. I. patk I was born in Baker Connty and moved to Stxrke Furniture C. 'it Mr. ahd Mrs. B. K. Hudson and

when I Mrs. Claude Sparkman of Wal- children of Brewton. Ala. wEre .
-
l- was. 5-years old. I have resided in Starke for d
do is rooming with Mrs. Lucile Thursday and Friday guests lasttffepk f
48 years. Davis. Mrs. Sparkman is an of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Big 10 Pound Copoc&y -,

: .,Plus "Dog Collard" Cartoon My I wife Ella and I. have raised two girls and a boy, )English teacher at BItS. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and Two wash cycles normal wash ,j.

r and have Mr. and Mrs. N: S. Dankel and :12ughter Ginger Mr. and Mrs. for cottons and lfnensshorter1:, '
grandchildren. I
eight devoted
Thur. am a familyman ,
E Fri.
Sept. 10, 11 S. K. Hudson and family, and :Mr. ) cycle for delicate silks and syn%
son. Bucky .
were visiting relativesin
,
and a member of the First Christia nChurch. I last thetic fabrics. .
Brunswick and Mrs. L. D. Vining were
Ga.
.. am a veteran, having served 14 months Overseas and I McClane, has on Saturday.Glen Thursday supper guests of Mr. .Removes lint,sand soap scum *
returned to
WJs isIIANE i belong to the American Legion.I his home in-Wilmington. Dela after and Mrs. Buzzy Green at Kings- c'eons' _nd re
.. aa have had 11 years in law enforcement work. I spending the summer with Ms ley Lake. S Water Saver Control
< I Mr. end Mrs. Del Colley and Moon I
:. lost' grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G. B.Fl11J1 .
.. served as Chief Deputy of Bradford l County for 9 Miss Lillian Stump will spend the 630T
Sr. ,rs
hild wbobewae ,... months two years as Assistant Police Chief: under the Labor Day weekend at DaytCnaBeach. .
Alex and Lee -
Nancy of Tallahassee
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late Chief Thornton and one year as Starke Chief of .
a avage CJUCCQ t were visiting their grandparents -
.
..
Police.I Mrs. Harry Mooty and daughter
.
d'abbck s Mr.
: and Mrs. E. J. bowl
Gerry Beth, and sister, Mrs.
i jungle! would like to that I am running this ing Sr., last week.
say race en- W. S. Vanderlip and daughter, ...
: _n tirely on my own I am obligated to no bne but the W. :M. Edwards who has been Dawn of Decatur. Ga.. who have ,
living in Gainesville the'p
.tt tyWTs *
voters of the City of Starke.I !been on vacation the past two
has returned to htt homeat
M weeks! spent several days It Daytona florid McNdry... ,
;": d'V.J!::Of
feel that &U these facts make me well qualified to 417 W. Can street Beach and Jekyll Island. ....
: 0t trs.. J. H. Fifelds and SPACE AGE ATLAS '
the sister.Mrs. S Agetos
continue Serving as your police chief. If voters Oa., and other points of Interestn

.EASTMAN i COlOi morq. will re-elect me as their Chief of Police. I will continue Harold Ford of Cocoa have returned Florida- M PARS M FUlL cant ,-. :* v

Yj j Marion Ifchads to beat their service at all times and continue to maintain from three weeks' visit Rev. H. O. Boyette. pastor of tmutmnuffiif ufti id**4 til H.*,..,& fT \
.
..
\\' A\r\ ..,l"S.* Co....*. a police force that is efficient alfd modern with Newton Mr: and, N.Mrs.C. George Powellin 'he First Methodist Church re -_ -it:.-.*........"-- ........ ."& ,

i ale turned Wednesday night after b>!- a ,"",*, -Wcititt..1rr.bf.._ 97c4. C .; -1t-
IXtCITTE aocI IAUOTtarty YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE ON 1T5lfefiR; 8 Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlong andson' ins away for several days due to terM....... ;....-.... ,. ,

bvpr. WILL BE HUMBLY AND DEEPLY APPRECIATED.Your Bill of Gainesville have movedto the death of his brother, J. H. tL S .sr.32- MAP 0171ff WOItO ,'-- r
519 St. Clair street. Mn:.Fur. Boyette. 57, of Fort Myers in an

long is employed with Hercules automobile accident in Hardee -- t

Plus "Sheapwrecked" Cartoon;' friend, and,Mrs. Furlong is secretary for County..The accident is reportedto

e I \ RILEY SWUT. the Madison Street Baptist_ have occurred when Mr. Boy- MOENCH APPLIANCES

church. ett's car ran off a road and overturned
I J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ctiice of in a creek. Funeral services
>t (Pd. Pol. Adv.) 220 E.WASHINGTON ST. STARKE
Gainesville FLA.
were Sunday visitorsof in ,
were held Wednesday mOrning
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wt: : A their aunt, Mrs. Etta Hoover: Zflipho Springs his former home. .
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1353 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. SlARKE.: FLORIDA PAGE TBREl


Ina Lee Ellis To Wed Farewell Party For r Carol Faye Bradley Building Permits Teacher Wants I Rev. L. D. Haines

Jerry Turner Alligood Dr.[ And Mrs. RoweDr. To Wed Lawtey Man Top $83,000Building .To Start Speech Completes 15 Years
!

fi -----W and Mrs. .SP.. Rowe. who permits issued during Correction ClassMrs. The 15th anniversary of the

moved to Port Pierce this week, the month of August totaled $83- pastorate: of Rev. L. D. Haines
were honored at a farewell party 520. This does not include plumb- Patti Carson a memberof will be observed Sunday at the
the The the Bradford Hign School :First Baptist Church Starke.
Saturday evening at home of ing and electrical permits.
4
.' I Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts : I permits for new buildings or ad- faculty who has had many yearsof Rev. Haines said that there will
Gladys Meoty given by the Young Adult Sunday I dit'ons to existing structureswere training and experience in the be special recognition of old members -
.. --- --- -------------- ..-.
field of
speech improvement and
School class of the First Presby- : : first members and others

Mrs. James A. Griffin Surprise Party Honors --. terian church, of which he was t.pa. A one story brick ana steel office -I correction private is classes interested for in childrenin organizing during the morning worship.
the teacher. building. 55 x 70 feet at the I
,Takes Over Gavel Mrs. Carrie EdwardsA rr The refreshment table held a corner of Bay and Madison sts.] need of such training. Lions Earn Money
tic "The lame, the deaf the
For 1 1st WMUMrs. unique centerpiece which was a Guy Andrews owner; Ben F. Hall, or
Baptist '
surprise (birthday party was miniature car-trailer loaded with contractor price 18000. I bund child is accepted with sympathy For Charity Project
a
James A. Griffin incoming given last Saturday night miniature furniture.The k A concrete block residence 28 x and understanding from
I Lions Club President Bob Firth
fiose he comes in contact with,
honoring Mrs. Carrie Edwards at 57 feet, on St. Clair Street. Ben I
president of the First Baptist 30 guests attending enjoy- ,
says Mrs. Carlson "but this is not reports the club had a good day'with
WAN for the new year startingin her home. Hostesses were Mrs. G.I ei games with prizes during the F. Hall, contractor 9400. its car wash project last
the case with the child who is .
October, received the gavel C. Conner and Mrs. Pearl Silcox. I evening and homemade ice cream J. H. Dennis owner, one room normal in every way, but for the Saturday. The Lions who showedup
from the retiring president, Mrs. and cake. I .$ addition and remodeling at 309 I.
The attractively appointed refreshment speech handicap. He is the for- for work were kept busy all
.T. E. Hildebran, at the organiza- table was overlaid witha ; The members of the class pre-. So. Water St., 1500. gotten child in almost every phase' any at Warren's Super Shell Sta-
tI n.s Tuesday morning meeting. lace cloth and centered with an :tented their teacher with an electric ,: ... Fred Snell, owner 25 x 63 eon- of his environment." I tion on Madison Street.
Mrs. Hildebran presided at the arrangement of mixed colored skillet as a going-away pre- ciete block residence on Rhee Profits from the day's work will
Mrs. Carlson pointed out that I
Street in Green Acres, 9500.
Executive Board session startingat sent. the Lion's Sight
: go to support
:dadioli. speech sounds may be distorted
Contractor Whitehead Brothers-
11 o'clock, and at the business Conservation project which supplies -
The 17 guests enjoyed games Wayne Haynes owner. 27 x.80 either through ignorance, care-
which followed covered
meeting a Party Greets I glasses for people who need
dish luncheon. during the evening after which Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Mr. and Mrs. R., I* Bradley of concrete block residence In Green Ifssness. poor hearing disease or but cannot afford them.
prizes were awarded to the win- announce the engagementof Acres, injury. "There is also the child
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Steward- Alachua announce the engage- Returning SoldierMrs. Lawtey 9500. Contractor Whitehead The club will hold its regular
Ina Lee, their daughter, Carol Faye, to Brothers.Edward who has letter substitutions by I
ship Chairman had charge of the ners.The ment of their daughter meeting tonight (Thursday at
program during which Rev. L. D. hostesses presented Mrs. to Jerry Turner Alligood. son of Henry Stefanelli and Spurgeon B. Massey, son of Mr. H. Griffis. 22 x 26 using the wrong oral organ and jth": Lions Den at 7:30.
Haines brought a message on Edwards with a Cannon towel set Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Turner; Al- ; daughter, Elissa, entertained at a and Mrs. A. E. Massey. also of frame residence, $4,000. Contractor the child who stutters lisps or i
ligood also of Alachua. home-coming and get-together Lawtey. /Star Homes, Inc. may have an organic problem ofa
'
Christian stewardship. Mrs. as a memento of the occasion. "
Hildebran WMU The ceremony will be performedat party for their son and brother, The wedding will be held at E. K. Perryman, office with cleft lip or palate, or a brain fie.
was presented a 19, Raymond Stefanelli Sunday Faith Church in frame injury she pointed out. "Manyof I Parents interested in having
pin in recognition of her service 6 p. m. on Saturday, Sept. Baptist Lawtey garage attached, covered
Wesleyan GuildUnit :in the Worthmgton Springs Meth- evening Raymond who has been Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m. with aluminum, 1000. these children suffer acutely, I this training for their children
during the past year. odi<;t Church. in: service the past two years spent Leroy Long Jr., corner of Chest- since other persons are prone to miy contact Mrs. Carlson at the
To of Wesleyan Service the past 16 months in Germany. treat their problems with either !, home of Mrs. Hogan Smith for
Miss Ellis is the granddaughter Southside PTA MeetsThe nut and Oak streets, 24 x 26 con-
Circle Two, WSCSCircle Guild will met Tuesday night fora I ol the late Mr. and Mrs. F. M. The party was held on the Ste- crete block---- residence... $4..000. indifference, or mockery and ridi- information-

barbecue supper and the regu- Norman Sr. of Starke. She graduated fanelli[ lawn where guests enjoyed Southside Elementary What-A-Burger, South Walnut -
Two of the First Methodist \T September meeting at the from Santa Fe High Schoolin a hamburger fry followed by School new PTA met Tuesday night patio 1200. STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM
Church will meet Monday, home of Mrs. the class of 1959 and is now bridge later in the evening. I with School Superintendent H. P. James O. McDaniel 1122 PowellSt. 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roil, Cash with order

'Sept.' 7, at 3:30: p. m. in Fellowship Wayne Haynes near' 'employed by Southern Bell Telephone Among the 36 guests, those Morgan as guest speaker. : ., 24 x 34 frame residence. 1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll, Cash with order
Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Waldo. Members will meet at the '
fcrrol= Co. Mr- Ellis is also a 59 from out-of-town were Mr. and The president, Mrs. W. H. Gra- S5000. Ask for prices of other thicknesses and sizes
: Alvarez
Mrs. Lipsey, and church at 6:30: p. m. for trans- graduate of Santa Fe and is employed Mrs. Robert Stefanelli and chil- of Gladys Wasdin, Searing Street,
that school
ham, announced a POLY River Fla.
Miss Kate Struth. FILM CO.. Inc. Box 957 Crystal ,
. portation. by Sperry Electronic Tube dren and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ben- instruction in PTA work will be concrete block residence, 9800. .

Division in Gainesville.No ton of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. hld in Jacksonville on Sept. 11. Contractor. Whitehead Brothers-
invitations are being sent, Albert Stefanelli and children of .Anyone interested in attending is L. K. Whitehead. Searing

Elect but all relatives and friends areinvited Jacksonville, and Miss Melissa asked to contact Mrs. S. G. Den- .Street 27 x 43 concrete residence,
to attend the ceremony. Stallings of Waldo. .mark. :10000. Contractor, Whitehead
: WEEKEND SPECIALSWE
Preceding the business meeting,
17f 1 1st Baptist Officials a devotional was conducted by Brothers&S

: JAMES A. LEWISYOUR tI Feted At Steak Party Rev. R. E. McBlain. A ..LETTLKS f -f .. I WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY AND
,.i MONDAY (Labor Day)
,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae, Property Sales Total

Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers, and $117,300 In 3 Weeks WEDlTOR Herman's Orange Brand
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman

I entertained at -a delightful barbecued -I Property sales recorded in the Smoked PICNICS ft 33c
steak supper party Thurs-' office of the Clerk of the Circuit The Board of County
CITY COUNCILMANGroup Bradford County Hospital announces day evening of last week at the. Court during the past three weeks CommissionersBradford
the following births: home of the latter on E. Call St. totaled $117,300. The largest County Starke, Fla.
:Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey of I Neck Bones Pig Feet Ears
The
party was in honor of Rev jingle sale was for $45,000. Gentlemen: ,
,
Theressa, a daughter, Ruby Denise 1
( 5)) and Mrs. L. D. Haines and the Prices are computed from the a- The lake area is being congestedwith

Aug. 25. I.I.. deacons and their wives of the mount of documentary stamps attached non-resident pleasure seek
.. EXPERIENCED Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bradley of I Mauls Tails 21bs 25c
Starke, a daughter. Tammie La- .1 First Baptist church. to the documents. Only ers. The highways and lakes are Pig

CAPABLE Trelle. Aug. 26. The Norman home was attrac- ales involving $1,000 or more are' monopolized by high powered
tive for the occasion with arrange- if tod. I' boats. The property owners of
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Griffis of
IMPARTIAL Raiford. a son. Daniel Riley. Aug. ments of late summer flowers. Denver R. and Chessie M. De-I expensive lake-front homes are Smoked BACON lb 25c
The supper was served buffet stylein vrick to Howard C. Edwards and 1 1I being driven from the water and

A Vote for Lewis is a Vote for Good 31.Mr.. and Mrs. Austin Moody of the Florida room, where 22 Emory Engel lots 6, 7, 8 and 9 of I I annoyed by noise at all hours.

Fiorahome a son, Ricky Allen guests enjoyed the affair. block 11 of the Livingston, Truby The offenders non taxpaying I
City Government. Aag. 29. and Co. addition to Starke. residents of other counties. Whatis Smoked SAUSAGE lb 29c

Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Jr. Woman's Club Will 45000. Bradford County getting in return -

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) (,f Starke a son Keith Maxie, Jackson W. and Adeline R. ? The new boat registration
Aug. 28. Hear Bob Benner Rahn to Robert A. and MarjorieS. law is inadequate. Skiing shouldbe Sliced BOLOGNA Ib 29c

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinneyof I Coe. Lot 15.. block 4 of Saratoga confined to lakes already ruin-
Bob Benner City Recreational ed for local fishermen and skiers
daughter, Delores
Starke. a Heights, $6,400.
Mae, Aug. 31. Director the September, will be meeting the speaker of the at John D: and Marie Pattersonto should beaches.be excluded from bathing I ALL CUTS OF BEEFBlue

HeyKiddies ATTENTION Starke Woman's Club, Wednesday W. H. Nollman 31.7,acres, west There Is no protection for the
James P. Dreierof
Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. of SR 100 near Silver Lake, $1,600.
Toledo. Ohio announce the : I small boat owner or his beach Ribbon Schlitz Miller's Budweiser
GET YOUR TICKETS Arthur and Clara A. Dale to ,
FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
The program will be under the property. Our hospitality takeson
birth of a son, Richard Lee on
Vernon R. and Edith Margaret
MERCHANTS\ AND SEE A Aug. 26 In St. Charles Hospital. American Citizenship Department, Ferguson, one acre on SR 16, the flavor of an area conquered BEER 6-12 oz cans ctn. $$1.29Plus
Maternal: grandparents are Mr. with Mrs. Ruby'Johns as chair 2000. by Communists. We give.. They ,

and Mrs. J. L. Cole of Starke.Mr. I take.
S FREE SHOWI man.Hostesses Denver R. and Chessie M. De
for the meeting will Some of the physical damages Tax

vi ick to Howard C. Edwards and
and Mrs. Lamar Crosby of be: Mrs. R. :E- Edmondson chairman might t* repaired without so I
I Emory Engel, lot one of Lake
Beach announce the Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Shel- much pressure on the county bud-
Pompano lie Hall Mrs. S. E. Simmons, Mrs.R. Bedford Shores. 2500. get if Bradford County collecteda CITY FISH & MEAT MARKETOpen
of Lamar Ray,
birth a son
I KILLED GERONIO 12. The grandparents are R. Andrews, Mrs. W. L. Blair, Edwin T. Prevatt to Roy and registration fee from every non-
I Aug.Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Douglas and Mrs- E. K. Ferryman Mrs. Robert Annie Tom'irison, lots 4 and 5, resident boat operator and skier. From 7 to 9 Open All Day Sunday

AT THE Mr.' and Mrs.' A. L. Crosby Sr. .Shaller, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. block 18, Livingston, Truly! Co. Give patrolmen and game wardens S17 E. Brownlee St. Ernest Allen, Mgr. and Owner
of Starke. G. S. Newcomb, Mrs. E. M. Davis addition, 4500. the green light Thousandsof
Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. S. B. Mc- Frank O. and Blanche B. Peter- dollars spent for boats should

FLORIDA THEATREEACH :Mr. and'Mrs. W. S. Starling of Maine, and Mrs. C. H. Quick. on to James W. and Piney C- give the county where they are .{ : : .:
Neveils, lots in J. M. Johns subdivision used some lucrative return-
William Frank
SATURDAY 10:30 A.M. Aug.Starke 28, ,a born son at Doctors Hospital. Back-To-School Party I 14900. "Heed the handwriting on the To The People Of Starke
Walter L and Irene :Burgess wall." -
For BHS
Simmons Koch Drugs Crawford Bros. Gulf Sen-ice SophomoresA to Ira W. Jordon four acres, northof Bradford County Commissioners' -
Madison St. WMU
Are Electric &n'lfe Williams Jewelers "back-to-school"party for the Starke, 4000. first duty is to Bradford I
1 I Walter and Margaret Binner to County residents and the welfareof i
Curie: 2 of the Madison Street BHS Sophomore class was held It has always been my
TerwlIIegar Motors BarltMlale's Dept Store Edwin T. and Margaret L. Pre- Bradford .
A.I County.A
SPD"
Tue. meet
WMU will I Saturday evening at the Catholic I
vatt lot West ambition to serve you in
in Starke. 7500.
J &: J Building Supplies Local Finance Co. of Starke at 7:30: p. m. at the home of UD.I Center. Hostesses for the affair Long-Suffering Resident
M. Stokes 1021 Pratt St. I were Mrs" Gene Long, Mrs. Ressie L. I> and Alta V. Renfroe toRy I your City Government.
Denmark Furniture Co. Slade Gas Company Circle 3 will meet Tuesday at 8 Colson! Mrs. Jack Trawick Mrs. and Dorothy G. Salazar, land Rotarians See Film I would like to contact

p. m. with Mrs. Bill Dodd 436 S. Margaret Blankenship and Mrs. and house in the northwest area 1 On Submarine ServiceAn each of _
one you person- ,
I
Water St.SHEPHERD'S -1. Bill Graham. of the county 15900. -

.-.-... The Center was gay for the occasion -J. T. and Erma Pollard to RayA. I i interesting film nn submarine ,. ally and answer any r ,

I I i with red and grey crepe and Estelle Cox lot in Starke service was shown at the questions you may wantto w.. r

paper and clusters of multicolored 2500. Rotary Club Wednesday by Ber- ask, but since I do nothave
,
DOES IT AGAIN! balloons Refreshments were served Woodrow D- and Pauline Olga n'e Cate, himself a veteran offi x
from a white linen covered Griffis to Woodrow D. Griffis, i ie years in this branch of the time to see everyi i;, '

table. 2500. j-frvice"! during World War II. body, here are some 't ,

The teenagers danced to the Lewis B. and Elva Earls to John: The film showed the experiences facts you will want to .
.. .- HiFl from 7:30 to 11:30 o'clock. R. and Mayme W. Davis. 316 of a recruit from the time of his
-- front feet US '01, south of know:
r- BIG 21-INCH on enlistment until his graduation as

St. Mark's .WomenSt Lawtey, 6500. a full-fledged submariner after 4
Ovid G. and Davie B- Lewis to months of Intensive training. After I am 11 years of age;

Mark's Episcopal Women of Joel Strickland Enterprises. Inc.. the film Mr. Cate answered
a high school graduate
I I RCA VICTORTELEVISION tb" Church will not meet Monday lot 8 of Dowling addition to Questions concerning this important ,
t Ip I Sept. 7, because of the holi- Starke. 6500. a
day. The regular meeting will be .
held Monday Sept. 14. at 10:30 Starke. My\ ancestors "

It o'clock in the Parish House with
Expert Mechanical Service came here around 1810.I .
optional luncheon following. Mem-
I bers planning to'attend the am married and the tF
h.. luncheon are asked to bring sandwich BUICK AUTOMOBILES
father of four children.
Model\ 210T110 and drink.
1
I
ft Beta Sigma Phi Party i TRUCKS and TRACTORS My work, in the past, includes six years as Clerk,

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Now Only +ta.. T Assistant Manager, and Manager of the local A & P
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority
had a buffet supper at the Lion'sD INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Food Store; four years as U. S. Post Office Clerk; and

>n last Friday evening. AUTHORIZED SERVICE the past 13 years in business for myself, being associ-
Yellow and green checked linen
RCA-Vlctor- Farrell Deluxe. 9S cloths covered' the dining tables ated with the Tom Houston Peanut Co. .

Table TV with front controls and and yellow summer flowers cen-

speaker that can be built One-Set" 1 89 tered the buffet table. Following Cadillac Authorized Service

electronic fine tuning. 262 sq. in. supper.the members.Canasta was enjoyed by Your Vote and Support Will Be

picture. Transformer.powered Deluxe FACTORY TRAL1EDbfECHANICS

chassis.automatic Phono-jack gain control.tone control Balanced! and Sunshine Class Picnic Greatly Appreciated

Fidelity FM Sound. Available in 2
Members of the Sunshine Classof SKILLED EFFICIENT BEST SERVICE
beautiful finishes. 21D919.! The Best Buy of the Year!
the Madison Street Baptist ALL MAKES\ OF CARS AND TRACTORS SINCERELY -

Church and their families enjoyeda I
picnic supper at the D. L.I I

Thomas Kingsley Lake home on GREEN BUICK COMPANY MERRILL EDWARDS\

SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV Thursday evening Aug. 27.
The 42 members and guests attEnding -
I enjoyed swimming, boat- 225 Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-6491. Starke (Pd. PoL Adv.)

ing and refreshments during tin -
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a PAGE FOUR ... BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STAKE FLOMDA THURSDAY: SEPT. 3, 1959

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C< -.-.-,.. -,- ... -.-.-.. _._,_ ._ .._ _'u, saver or defenses to tire complaint or before the 28h day of September, !. The County. .d<<.'. ('..rt Of SHELLJE HALL
iu aalu Cau.-e in the office 01 the A. D. 1939, and to serve a copy Draoli.rol (...ty. Florida I. PnIX RAY STONE
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111111 editorial l.icrs of sajT' Circuit court in LbeIvtifcty thereof on Theron A. Yawn. Jr., ....f. JOHN GODWIN
: Farmer's Diary Court iluufcv'in ottar c. Jpior- plaintiffs attorney whose address: RE Estate of Aaron K. Taylor. PEGGY SHALLERALBERT
tat, uu or before the rust say of Is Post Office Drawer 791 Stark Deceased. FOSTER
.....
MM H H MM > BVBMMBMV October; I'and to sepe a copy Florida. on or before said dale. as CITATION MRS. L. C. SMITHIN
.. v( iacn answer- of dtienaea upon required by the laws of Florida and The State Of.Florida To Allen TESTIMONY: WHEREOF.
:"Something: :: We Can "t-By Sam McGtroy tiollm "'. Kaigut, ptainiuts attorney the Florida Rule of Civil Procedure.If Taylor whose residence' I* unknown. I HEREUNTO' SUBSCRIBE MY
Ruse" aauress is ;:,tar Ii.e. noriaa. you fail to do so' a decree pro if alive and if dead all nnkaowa NAME AND: CAfSE THE SEAL OF
,..... the "piney woods" cows had. torustle on or before said date as reqAedl tn-n'esso will be entered against you persons claiming any interest in toe THE SAID TOWN TO BE HERETO -
toe laws of Florida and tne for the relief demanded in the com estate of Aaron K. Taylor. deceased.I'v :' AFFIXED THIS 21 DAY OF
::: :: Work Together On ( up their own feed, and we've 151 Florida kules of Civil pro- plaint. through, under or against!' Allen JULY." A. D., 1959.OFFICIAL .
even heard of some that climbed cedure. If you tail to do 90, a de- This notice shall be published once Tayand all other persons concerned SEAL)
'. cree pro confesso will. be entered l'a.h"k for four consecutive WILLIAM T. JACKSON. MAYOR
::: The U. S. Department of Argiculture, has been trees after Spanish moss. Against you bur the relief demandedin weeks in the Bradford County Tele- You are 1It'notified that a ATTEST:
the complaint. The nature ot graplt CARL JOHNS CITY CLERK
'I. etitlon has been filed in said Court
", .V advised by the House Appropriations Committeethat said suit is 10 quiet and confirm the Witness my hand and the seal! ofsaid praying for a determination of the U'i:3:
land the for t A woman took a black dog to a title of said plaintiffs to said Lot 11 Court at Starke. Bradford' heirs of Aartr K. Taylor deceased, --
sought by department
expan- "vet" not Dr. Mullinsl to have above deprived, and to remove County, Florida this August 20th. ant for a dr-termin.-Uion of their !. The Cooaly Juirr Cant OfBradford
.... sion of Entomology Research Laboratory facili- uu-uus tnerefrom. 1959. respective Interests!: and you are ioaatj, Florida IB Prwbate
; ; the animal given an over-hauling This order shall be published once (sE.\L)
hereby required to file written -
. ties in Orlando is too costly and cheaper land including a de- eaing. When die a week for four consecutive weeksin CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk of defense' thereto within your 40 days In HE- Estate!' of Evelyn E Whe-
Yradforduunty leiegrapn. a the Circuit Court of Pradford ConnPr hereof. lan. and as Evelyn Xorstadt Whe-
after the nm publication
: : should be
; : sought.
get the dog home she turned it published in said County Nonodadt Whe-
This is a good time of the year newspaper ty. h-uld yon fail therein decree will lan and as Evelyn
" The City of Orlando made more sites available to keep a sharp look out for loose] in her home. To her amazement and therein.having a general circulation Clerk; Marian L. Crosby. Deputy he entered in due course upon said lan. Deceased.CITATION

. immediately but the Department of Agriculture snakes.: For instance Mr. and Mrs. the dog violated all the WITNESS my hand as Clerk of s::!. ft 9'17SM4LL petition WITNESS my hand and the seal The State Of Florida. To: Irene

::,: in taking the new offer under advisement, decided Truby Wainwright killed a moc- riles which all good dogs observe said County Circuit, Florida Court, and of the Bradford seal of CMIM-COT-RT. BRT of said Court at Starke. Bradford"ounty. hole SA_< Arthur 3IJ4 Sena Olson Drive 2144 Topeka.N. Hamlin Kan-
of
:.,' that it would also explore other possibilities ca ;in last Friday right in the and she learned then and there said Court, at :Starke Florida, this FORD COI" TY. FLOHIH4.NO. ,1",Oot. )Florida!I5. this 17th day Avenue, Chicago 47. Illinois. Mabel
that she had brought the wrong 2fetn day of August, U 9.'UCL:1T sass Peterson 47S W. Altgeld Street
NI.1 for the maximum expansion and utilization of f'cwer bed by their front porch home. \\, : COCK1: SEAL) J. L Water d ba| J. I* WatersGrocery ..FFICIAI.TUEP.OV) A.COUNTY. YAW Chicago !,. Illinois. Frank Raff
steps and the doggone things are dog (Si, CHARLES A. DARBY, Lawtey Florida. Plaintiff, .IPDrtR 1560 Inglewood Avenue. St Paul
...., the research laboratory. of
S. Clerk of the Circuit Court Law- Minnesota. Minnie Raff Dahlbom.
Williams Box 124 10
liable to be anywhere now. Edgar 820:! 4t
Bradford Count}. Florida. Fertile.! Minnesota, and to all persons -
: : As a general policy, the Department favors We like the story Dick Ferguson S'27: 4t VK tev. Florida.OF Defendant.NOTICE SHERIFFS SALE !' claiming any beneficial interestin

"" the location of facilities such this land -- I. the estate of Evelyn R VThelen.deceased. .
as near And it's a question as to whether told! this week at a session at Dave Notice Is hereby given that
NOTICE TO ('O>TRACTORSSealed P. I>. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford I. William T. Jackson. Mayor of :
: :
:: grant colleges and, if the laboratory is moved putting a $2.50 bounty on rat- Shuford's station. seems a man bids will be received at the County Florida under and by vir- City of Starve. Florida, by virtueof You arc hereby notified that a

;.' :. from Orlando, it would likely be placed near to tJe"nakes would help. There's always bought a mule and was given an Florida Highway Patrol Station. tue of a writ of Execution heretofore the anthority vested' h. me bylaw petition has for been determination filed in said Courtof the
Palatka, Florida. by the State Department issued out of Small Claims do hereby call an Election to prayirr a
" the University of Florida, one of the nation's larg- the chance that some rascal unconditional guaranty. A short of Public Safety until Court, Bradford County. in the be held at the Fire Station in the heirs )( Evelyn E Whelan. alo
and
:":. est land grant institutions. might go into the business of'raising time later the mule died and the 10 On AM.. EST, September 10, above styled cause, I have levied aforesaid Town by Qualified voters known as Evelyn Nomtadt N. Whelan.Whelan. deceased -
1959, for the construction of a the following property to-wit: on Tuesdav. September 8. A P.. al Evelyn .,
. .. upon
The City of Keystone Heights has offered the them and collecting the man applied for. and was given, a Highway Patrol Station, Stark, 114S Chevrolet truck 45GK-451 n:!'. for the purpose of electing the and for a Interests determination, and you r
.. bounty on his crop second mule. In turn that mule "Florida in accordance with plans ID No. FBASJ7976As following officers: their respective to file your
Department 200 acres of the Keystone Airport prepared by of the a..Tena".pd are hereby required
and specifications
the
cued and the man asked for an- property ONE MAYOR. FOR TWO YEARS vrrittei defenses thereto within 40
Ai'odateArchitE'Cts -*, the
, ,. property for this use in the event it is decided Prentiss Huddleston and defendant and that on ONE CITY CLERK. TREASURER.TX after the first rvblit'BtionhE'rl'of.
other.-The seller wired him "Hold and Engineers. 1959, between the days!
of
If jour dog has mange here is : 7 day Sept ASSESSOR AND TAX COL- Should fail therein de-
: to move from Orlando. This offer is also endorsed Each bidder will be held to have lejral;: hours of sale, namely eleveno'chck FOR TWO TEARS you
a formula for a mixture which is fverlthing.. I am attending the examined the site ana sati"fied himself ) in the forenoon and two o'- LI:''Tnlt. FOR ree will two entered in due course

by the Starke and Bradford County Chamber just about guaranteed to get rid funeral." as to all conditions, dimensions clock in the afternoon on said day TWO>XE YEARS.r.ROfP CHIEF. OF POLICE upon WITNESS p'''' petition.hand and the seal

; of Commerce, since the Airport is located about of the trouble: mix one gallon, of facilities plans, etc and. and specifications to have examinedthe of the at the Bradford East door County.of the Florida Court Housein I will TV ONE: ALDERMAN, c* sail ('ourt'my at Starke Pradford

: :, midway between Starke and Keystone Heights, burned oil, one lb. of sulphur a In The rfrruft Court Of. Bradford work to be done and satisfied himself offer for sale and sell to the highest FOR TWO YEARSIKOrP (.-tfnty. Florida. this 17th day of
'oniit>, ."or"'.. In < hanrrrMary >. as to conditions of the contract. bidder for cash! in hand th.aooe : V ONE ALDERMAN, .\uapjOt. 1939.OFFICIAL'
, and is!' actually in Bradford County. Offers of small bottle of iodine a small bottle William.Plaintiff, vs. Each bidder will submit his!! proposal described properly of said F" ; TWO YEARS.NSPKtTOUS ( SEAL)
? of carbolic acid and a pint of D.d WilliamDrfrmlaiil.. on the Form of Proposal copied defendant to satisfy said execution.P. FOR SAID ELKCT- TH1a;RON A. YAWN
land have also been made by the City of Gainesville NOTKK OF Sl'lTIn his letterhead duly signed. 1.'' OmtNTY JITKiE
kerosene. Apply this to dog on D. REDDISH XCHARLES August t". 139
Newberry, Putnam County, Union County, your The Name of The :State Of Each bid shall be accompanied by Sheriff Bradford Co. HXHDYERNESTINE First publication
8':' 4t 'lIt
and it should- get rid of mange. Florida, To: a certified "r cashier's check in the 8'1S' 4t. 9/18 : DENMARK
and others. 'David Williams, :301-A KlUabcthCJHIJ amount of five per cent of the bid
That is according to George Shu-
Apartments!, Columbus Georgia which will fw returned when the
The Department of Agriculture has advised ford who has used it successfullyfor and, in care of Alabama :State contract i is executed or the proposalis ELECT

Congressman Billy Matthews that it will have a years. He said he first got the Prison at Atmore. Alabama: rejected. be ',.
You are hereby notified that a suit Plans and specifications may
representative visit the University of Honda in formulafrom Eu Torode. fir divorce and custody of childrenhas examined at the Florida Highway
peen lirii'iglit against you by Fatrr.l Office Palatka Florida.
: September to look over available sites. :Mary Williams in the above styled Copies of pTan and specificationsmay C. 'BEN' HoltzendorfYOUR
B.
: It is encouraging to see Keystone Heights and Talked to a man whO' visited Couit ly summoned and cause ordered and you and are requiredto here- be of Public obtained Safety.from Nell the Kirkman Department -
the stock market
Starke pooling their efforts to bring the atten- lately, who said file your written answer .>r defenses nil ildin o:, Tallahassee. Florida upon
he was! tempted to buy some feeder to the complaint in said ravrnent of JlSflrt.. -
tion of Department of Agriculture officials to ,'au?ein the office of the Clerk of The successful bidder will be re-
pigs but that as they were only
the above named Court in the County quirt to>> furnish a performancebonj
the Airport site. It is one of the many instances about 10 cents a pound, he was Court House in Starke Florida and payment bond satisfactoryto

in which the two communities have worked together afrsid to buy them because they on or before (1i tol>er 1. 19i9: and thE State of Florida in the amount CHIEF OF POLICE
to serve a ropy thereof upon Hollis of one hundred per cent. of
:: on projects that would have mutual bene- wire too cheap! That's the first V Kni hl. plaintiff's attorney, tIp ,contract.
is doubt time heard of buyer whose address is Slarke Florida, f>nor The Owner reserves the right to
fits. If this spirit continues, there no we ever a
.before said date;, otherwise decree r-Jct any and all hid.
that some day the attractive, well located Air- complaining about the low priceof pro conftfss-o will be enareddKaint DEPARTMENT OF riTM.'C ', k.

port property will be put to some useful stock. TM; order you. shall b* published SAFETY Mate" of Florida.H. r B

purpose. Perhaps an occasional joint meeting 9 1 weekly Bradford for four County consecutne Telegraph weeksin a N. KIRK3IAX. Director.827:! 2t_ V5:: Capable t|t; j i M f Experienced

of the executive boards of the two chambers Of course the explanation is duly qualified newspaper publishedin
that there is this said CountyWITNESS In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth
of Starke and Keystone Heights a big hog crop seal
commerce, my hand and the Judicial Circuit Of Florida In AndF
would be helpful toward this end. year, and every forecast warns of said Court at Starke Florida .r Bradford Cat,.. l.. Chaaeery.
". that hogs are low now and will this Gth:! day of AII u..t. U 9.l'IICn'T Case \o. ITO
( corIT SEAM Ruth Glisson Starling Wells Vjp Impartial
go lower yet in the fall. /s. CHARI.KS A. DARBY Plaintiff vs. Edward Louis Wells Qualified : .

Clerk of said Court T'efendant.:
Khrushchev's Visit 8k27; 4t '/17J imoncF.
--- See where the Legislative In- Amended Order Of Publication'And ,
The Circuit Court Of Bradford Notice To Defend In the Name N
t"rim Poultry Committee hold
count>, Florida: !. Chaneery.Robert Of The State of Florida toe
Good or Bad? a hearing in Jax early in September Wahlin and his wife Edward l..onis.Us.. 12 U Henry Go to tha Polls September 8th and Cast Your Vote for HOLTZENDORF
to look into the contracts be- hider Wahlin. Plaintiff, vs. A" >1.II p. Des Plaines.! 11 Ii noi!II.
Laura De Thompson et al, Defend Yon are h"rphnotltipn that a. snitin
In regard to Premier Khrushchev's impending twen feed companies and egg pro- ants. eqjity for divorce and for restora- The Man With COURTESY To Everyone
ducers. It will be interesting to NOTICE OF SUITIn ti.-.n of maiden name "has been filed
"" visit to the United States next week, emotionsare The Name Of The State: Of waist yon bv Ruth Hltmani Starling
see'! what if anything, comes out Flor.da. To IV.>iN in'the above named Court and
definitely mixed. of this meeting. lama l TN Trtompson Angelina. cattle. and von are hereby summoned Your Vote and Support will be Greatly Appreciated
\V,.iIE r. r.. '\ Livingston. Lizzie rrdered and. required to file your
:: beneficial
We would like to think that something Gordon
Campbell. Turner K. Martin. written answer' or defenses to the
:':::. will come from the Russian dictator's junket It Is charged. by one memberof Martin and .'. L. ;Martin if alive devisees cnmpt<< ..int In said can_ at the of- (Pd. PoL Adv.)
and if dead the unknown heirs flee of the nndershmecf Clerk of the
.. Washington, but on the other hand we hate that committee, that the feed grantees! lienors. creditorsor Circuit ronrt at Starke. Florida "m ._ =-" .""" '0-,:
4.11.It I companies are ruining the other claimants tn the hereinafter ....
.' to see the American people subjected to the embarrassment egg described land bv. through. : .. q.
.. production business, and in this under against each such deceased V -
of playing host to a man who has or I
:
: meeting the feed companies will person and the unknow heirs de T
,... been described as "the archmurderer of all recorded visees. grantees, lienors, creditorsor
defend themselves. On thing we other claimants in and to the
,.. history. gill be able to judge will be who hereinafter described lands bv, Elect

.;::, It is possible, though not probable, that Khru- the friends of the farmers are. Martin through, ,deceased under :or and against also J.to W.all

'.. .. shchev's visit might help change his mind about S. unknown persons claiming any
right title, lien or interest in or to
0011' :- certain deadly policies of the Soviet Union, which, If it keeps on raining the way the following property situate in .. oJ ...

:::: : in turn, would make for improvements in the out- it has lately there will be plenty Iira.Uord Lot 11 In County Block Florida 11 in Livingston: A.

.." look for world peace. It could also correct any cf "water in the ditches" at berry Trul.v) : and Company's Addition to
setting time next month. the Town of Starke. Bradford
It mistaken ideas he might have about the strength County Florida, according to plat I
.' And if it keeps up. the stockmen record-d in Deed Book J at .
thereof
of the U. S. and defense mechanism,
economy who are trying to mow andbale page :22.! of the public records! of
..
and the determination of our people to fight, if will said Count' I Ij
hay go crazy. Talked to YOl' AND EACH OF VOlT are (CLIFF)
: necessary, to maintain our way of life. several this week who said the hereby notified that a suit in equity I
in r
against you
On the other hand, in addition to the distasteful showers are making it almost impossible has the above been brought Court and cause and and

:: : ... chore of entertaining a godless dictator, thereis to get any good hay. :required I..- hereby to summoned file your :oritten! an-.! .

the possibility that the captive nations of the 'S.

world might see in Krushchev's visit an "ac- The hay Is important because

ceptance" on the part of the United States of all practically everyone feeds cows I

the vicious crimes that the Communists have in the winter now. And yet it was
only a few short years ago that
committed in the past and will continue to commit .. I WHENYOU YOUR

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in the future. The captive peoples might 244 Driver Permits 5 I

become discouraged in their hope for a better I i
Sold On
First DayFirst
.. V world and might feel that Khrushchev has now

sold himself"to the American people as just an- day sales of 1959 driver'sPermits I

other-hail-fellow-well-met. were brisk at the County : I II I

-Congress is placed( in the embarrassing positionof Judge's office with a total of 244 City II I

either inviting Khrushchev to address a joint licenses sold. A break down showed st > Clerk I Is I I ''

session, or adjourning and, going home before the that 202 ooerators.: 32 chauf- NEED'I ;
w fers and 10 restricted permits were I I

icsued. V

Sales will continue during re- !
have far to suggest that
as
opponents gone.so 'mlar office hours for the rest of MONEY '
I
.. the streets along the Khrushchev route be draped the month. Permits must be seemed solicit vote and
1 I sincerely your 2.
in black. on or before Sept. 30 the sit ally-wise in the county, and I I

While most of us will keep our emotions under exrriratinn rtatp for ]QQ 11ren'es- Clerk of Starke Florida on the t' think I cannot overly stress the '

: control and would not go along with such ex- The permits are sold at a special SEE US following: basis of qualifications ..,: q 1 importance of selecting the candidate !

treme measures, we should not be led astray by desk in the south hAll entrance and experience 4 J' for this job who has the I

a Khrushchev smile or attempt to pass himself to the courthouse. Old permits b qualifications and experience: to
We should be brought: along in I was employed with Denmark administer. the duties of City I

N. off, as just another "lovable personality. oro>r to save search of records Furniture Company from 1939 to 'i' Clerk for the best interest of both
well in mind the unrivalled bloodletting I
should
keep befT new ones are issued. 1549 as Bookkeeper, with the ex- 'hfo the city and people.

J of Nikita Khrushchev the 95 mass Sale 'tours ire 8:30: a. m. to 5 t replica of approximately five I

graves' at' Vinnitsa, containing nearly ten thousand n jn. includinsr the noon hourl. V years spent.in the service-, have ;?A t V y I am presently serving as Director I'


corpses 'of fully-dressed victims, many of The office will be closed Wednes- LOANSUP alsq been affiliated with \Sinclair of the Staj-kc-Bradford

whom are shown by the evidence to have beenalive" dav afternoon Sent. 9. but win Oil Company: for the past ten County Chamber of Commerce. I

.. and gasping for breath when they were rr-main open all day on the last years, owning and operating my am a veteran of World War II

of the fate which three Wednesdays of the month.MAYOR'S own business. Since the duties of having served approximatel7'fin
buried is a typical example
yean in the Infantry and Air
UP the City Clerk deal primarily with
millions of resi-
Khrushchev inflicted on literally COURTOf bookkeeping and administrativework Corps, and have also served several
of the Ukraine. It was Khrushchev's order
.. dents I feel that, the above experience years in the local National
which, sent Soviet tanks, manned by Mongolian the six charges listed on will be of tremendous city, making a more efficient and Guard Unit.

rolling into Budapest to crush the Hun- :Mayor's Court docket for trial $ economical operation. As Chair-
ni M crews, $600 I value and very beneficial in administering man. I have taken a very active Before you cast your ballot, I

inIlinl> garian fight for freedom. It is entirely possible, Monday morning three were against -' the dirties of City part in carrying this out, which would like you to stop and consider : -

to observers that the piles oft Ivory Hall, Negro. He Clerk
according some N makes me familiar with the city's the importance of this job

corpses due directly to Khrushchev's personal orders pleaded was find guilty 157.50 on all 30 counts and V >I.have ,been-.' member t, of the entire operation. We have also to you as a citizen and to the

I' are larger than for any other human being Charges and dispositions or days.were City Council for approximately initiated and put into operation future growth and prosperity of

:: whoever: l lived. as follows: 1 Jour.years serving the pact three several' new departments and made your city. After considering: this,
,
M's: Make no mistake: Khrushchev respects noth- Ivory Hall, reckless driving "Folks Find Us years as Chairman. I believe that numerous improvements whkh urge that you vote for the candi

in order to out the ,duties were necessary due to the rapid dateho has given unselfishly
ing but strength. He has predicted that one day $52.50 10 carry
driver'
or days licenses
; no '
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t,".. he will bury us,*and unless we remain strong $52.50 or .10 days; failureto Friendly"LOCAL p 1 of City Clerk, yon should to farogrowth of the city. I like to feel ..f his time and efforts in bet the I r
to help make Starke a i .
past
in time and
iliar with the different departthat contributing: my
.' militarily economically! and spiritually he may have vehicle under II
control
community in which to live.
wla ments as wen as the administraefforts to the city in the past ter
da jast that:* This is the challenge that the $52.50 or 10 days. FINANCE ,tive functions of jhe city Daring four years, I have '-'orneeO .11 elected I promise" serve I

American people should temember when Khru- Norman Dean Albertson failureto r ,the time that I have (been a qualified to serve as your City yon in the future as honestly and

M<..< shchev males his visit here next week. have vehicle under control, councilman, we have reorganized Clerk. The city: has become one conscientiously: as I have in the 1 1I
IIt causing an ,accident turned over
I II COMPANY ,the different departments in the fthe biggest businesses rmanclpast..
IlliHtit to County court because a minor II

vas involved. I
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
NN N EST. 187S Pauline Sistrunk disorderly 116 N. Walnut Street t

N.i N,1o : '. conduct by public Intoxication, ,(2 Doors From Post Office) I Your Vote and 8 Will be Appreciated.Pd.

.. :,;. FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPEB $52.50 bond forfeited. PHONES Support September Greatly ,II III

rVBUSHBD COKTIKOCSLTt5PM Morris Hines, failure to have '
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THE SAME: MASTHEAD. '
accident fined $27.50 with' ( PoL Adv.) 1 1i
sen- Mrs Marguerite Hall, Mgr .... _. .
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at th. PHI Office at Starke. Flm. under Act .f liar .. 187' *. ,put on pro- i I
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Georgia Youth I Jerry Navy Lewis DestroyerIn Loses i Wins Blanding Rifle Officer AwardIn !Bradford County Agent To Head Sell It Rent h Trade II -- >- -. .- -- -- -


Rocket II OTIUEGAR
Imitates

Merry Comedy National Match Florida Extension Workers Assoc.George CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $1.%$ frr lack ftr t m.evt4.a

1.00 PER INCH FOR S4MK AD REPEATED OJfE OR MORE TIM El

A Georgia youth might be able Screwball Jerry Lewis confoundsthe I CWO John C. Stephens Sr. of
Canaveral scientists i CARDS OR 'I'IIAJliK (I> T. H W.ra) u__ __ .... MOTORSSave
to
give Cape
some inside dope on satellite!; entire U. S. Navy when he I Camp: Blanding won second placein I T. Huggins Bradford I r ford County Commission couldmake OVER id WORDS 4 O.U Per W.r*

:.launching after his experiences in loses a ship while transporting the Expert Reserve Class in County agricultural agent, was would be the hiring of an HKHOHIAUI' AID RFHOLrTIOSt! ________uu___ 4 rte. rrr _.n Hundreds of

&'1 auto accident just north of it home from the Pacific after the the Marine Corps Cup Match dur- Alerted: president of the Florida assistant agent who. as in many 20 WORDS OR I.ECC. 0.. lawrtUa <*UI._. OargQ ____ h__ .n

,tarke Monday: morning. end of WW II. Lewis accomplishes ing the recent National Rifle Extension Workers Association at other counties could give sufficient Dollars Now on

its annual meeting in Gainesville time to take 4-H program. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER ZO _nu__ ____un 4e fvr W.r<
Ray Orton passenger in a 1958 this tremendous sleightofhandfeat Matches at Camp Perry Ohio.
1959 Fords!
I Ian week. "One of the best ways to reach
.Renault driven by Jerry Inman in Tfon't Give Up The Ship;" His award was a sterling silver V 80% DISCOUNT O\ REPEAT INSERTIONS! !SAJtrt AD
The Bradford agent is 1939 adult farmers with suggestionsand
ammons, literally went through a ase ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR AD .NOT PAID 11 AOVANCB '60 Models Coming
the hilarious comedy coming to I I teaspoon presented by the National graduate of the University of recommendation for improvement .
the roof and blasted off into space
the Florida Theatre Sunday and'I Rifle Association. Florida where he served as a 4-H is through their chil- Soon!
.'hl n the Renault went out of WE HAVE a new loan program foi
control and rolled over several I'I Monday. I Stephens was a member of the, Camp director. Before coming to.,dren" Huggins declares. I farmers. Loans el 1 to 6 year

times. I' Jerry has the part of a naval 10-man team selected by state- Starke as county agent in 1953 Right now the County Agent is.. for the of entire the farmer credit and tils requirements famlly. .

Orton I officer who gets the job of bringing ride: eliminations to represent the his experience in the field included devoting a good part of his time. Gainesville Product lou Crrd 6 MonthsAuto
According to the sliding- 18 months as assistant agent Association VO Hortb( MaiD USED
off I the destroyer USS Kornblatt Florida National Guard in the to a program designed to bring I tell'RADIOI
Fla.
steel sunroof of the car came Gainesville
home horn Pearl Harbor to be World Series of Riflery at Camp In Lake County; two years as strawberry culture back to its.
out
the first roll, and he came
en
I ie<'ommission d in the U. S. The Perry. The Florida team placed agent in Calnoun County; eight fotmer prominence in Bradford i REPAIRED
en the second roll. assistant in Duval All Make All M... Liability
eighth in the National Trophy years as agent County. Although he doubts that
Navy doesn't discover the loss until -I "..._.11' Chare carut.
"I didn't pace off the distance, i 13 years later-Just when ex- Rifle Team Match. C-raity; and two and a half years acreage will ever mount to its pret7'r -: HF.PHF.RU-9 RADIO TV

but I traveled quite a ways," he officer Lewis is getting marriedend I as Baker County agent. In addition peak of over 1000. he has !.._ G.._.. Owarr CARSPECIALS
412 E. Call St. Phase UO 4-8901
said. He landed on his back, but starting his honeymoon.Lewis 144 Boats RegisteredAs to his agricultural work he hopes of building it up to an annual -I Starke. Fla.

luckily escaped with bruises. His leads his co-stars on a hid two and a half years of service planting of three or four I $15.00

legs were also bruised. .He thinksh nerry chase before the secret of Grace Period EndsTax in the Navy during World hundred acres in the next few COLONIAL FLORIST Starke.
Only F. T. D. Florist in
hit them on the roof as he
the missing aestroyer is finally War n. emerging as a lieutenant years. I Flowers! wired any place. Flowers
Vas cataputed from the car. I Collector J. R. Kelly said jgJ. for all occasions locally. Phone

Sammons the driver receiveda lisclosed- I this week that 144 boats had been The popular Bradford County:I mounting Interest Huggins among reports growers and is i: WO 4.i*91. 506 East Nona St. tfchg: Doyle E. Conner a....; :J

bloody nose. and his car wasecribed I rgistered with his office before agent finds time from a busy. prospects are good for a sharp increase -. FOR HENT-Furnished' apartment

{ as a total loss. City RejectsInsurance (the two month grace period on schedule: to take an active part in *. Reasonable rates. Near
in acreage this fall if shopping center. Phone WO 9-2011
He said a car in front of him enforcement of the registrationlaw community affairs. He is secre- weather conditions are favorableand rr WO 4-5IJ4 or call at 21J S. Insurance Agency ", .
expired Monday. He estimated tary of the Bradford County Cat- Cherrr St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. ..
braked suddenly and swerved to plants are plentiful. tfchg .
that 120 of the boats belonged to tlemen's Association, secretary of I
in the OfferContinued Testing and fumigation of soil 218 Temple Ave. IA4
miss a warning sign placed
th ASC and effl-
Lake
county residents!; or were operatedon ? County Committee FOR RENT-Kingsley 11
highway by construction workers. lakes within the county. program chairman of the local and the introduction of a hardly cincy. apartment or cottage by weekr PHONE WO 4-4501
\new variety, the Florida 90, has month. CaU0 4-5011 C. II. '
lIe swerved the Renault onto the ( from Page 1) I The registration sale brought in Farm Bureau- He is also chair- .accounted fOt marked increasein I NaMvorthy. tfche p 1949 Pontiac

shoulder ana then back to the !277. All of the money will go to nun of the Board of Stewards of

road. before it started flipping.! Johns Jr. Johnf said the city had ;!I tif State Board of Conservation the First Methodist Church and strawberry yield in the past HASTINGS MATTRESS CITRt\s. bearing abu. contain

Sammons was fined $50 in dig a ditch several years ago on I II except $36 in collector's fees. The has served as vice president and few years. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS grown.Pear, Hood Also Plum.and Cattier Eal: "win Apple-, Fig.

County Court on a charge of failure j private property and that the conservation group has the re- n member of the board of the Huggins works closely with Grapevines, Persimmons etc. Evergreens $95.00

to have his vehicle under con- aitch split a lot where he intended I bponsibility; of enforcing the registration Starke Rotary Club. Among the State Farmers Markets *t Brooker 710 Lemon St. FaUtka 400 varieties. Sl.ade Trees Azalea Camellias, fine plants, ovef .

trol The accident was investigated -V to build a house. He offered to I law and a companion law extra-curricular duties that he enjoys and Starke and encourages Furniture Repaired Upholstered full of bud and bl<*>m. See our 1 -

by Deputy D. R. Redding. !: five the city an easement on the Vvhich set stringent safety regu- j most is "leading the singing"at farmers" to make use of the mar- & Refinished plants for quality. We are located
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property line if the ditch was re- the Rotary Club luncheonm kit facilities. This year a program miles east' of Keystone! Height
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lations on the operation of boats. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew on Hiway 100. Thousands nf plant 1949 Chevrolet
I Icca ted. The registration of boats was designed <;: tings as well as at many tof crop specialization was started -0.: .C. arnes' Nursery Phone MO
W.\\TKD: !VTITIOV t" ua-n Innerspringsand *
t-t!! I
oth-I witn the idea of j. Klorahnmy. Fla tf
gaining
good
with following qualifications) I Present at the meeting were primarily to make enforcement er: church and civic a
Ag. !..-O.:; "ol1dat It'. retailxper- I Mr.yor Jackson. Clerk Carl Johns. of the safety law an easier During his tenure in Duval reputation for Bradford County Box Springs

lenre.p'AAry..orpa Station n-sidfnt.pxp>rii-noe hODlt'ownt'rprt'r'rr..d. not nec 1 Council Chairman T. C. I Cliff] :'1atter.I County, Huggins specialized in speciality crops such as berries, Drop Us a Card or Call $$65.00

Starting salary $301 p r :H zen. Jr.. council members Ran- 4-H Club work and his groups P per, sweet corn, and sweet PALATKA EA 5-9166 eNf), rtOMTT JOVWOUAUTT ,
Enforcement of the law
month commissions began
guaranteed
plus
on all merchandise. Salary increases: 'i:cia! Chitty Mrs. Ruby Johns. One I I Tuesday (Sept. 1)) after the grace wen many top honors in state potatoes. STARKE WO 4-5931 fATTJSONAtu -

to follow for right man. V..arly'a. Wiggins and J. D. Doyle. judging competition. He regrets I Whatever success Huggins has MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Starke ructs

(sHrnncf'aIioP;' group proftfrshaxJiyr life! and hospital plan. in- I I I I period\nv4fficer! for registration in the state expired.has that his present: busy schedule had in Bradford County he credits I Art!d_ .. WINKLER ELECTRIC 1954 Plymouth

::0:0 dotibt the man we want is now 'Joesn't allow him all the time he to the friendly and cooperative Uchg SERVICE
authority to make
an arrest for I
employed.anfidontiaL All References amilications will will not be tie w.c.T.u."WhAT violation of registration or safety would like to devote to important attitude of the people he works %3-1 X. Temple- Starke

contacted until after personal in- :ues. : phase of the agricultural program -=vith, coupled with the coopera- LARGE HOME I'HONEVO 4-4081

tp.vlpW.POI ARE YOU DOING TO : in Bradford County.He I tion ,and interest shown in the FOR SALE-Colonial-type house, $495.00
Interview send letter in your 4 bedrooms, living rm., family rm.,
handwriting; stating age martial MAKE AMERICA DRY???" believes that one of the program by the Board of County dining rm.. sun parlor; located N. WAXTED: BT
ft:at us. education at least :3 refer- [NATIONAL VOICE]. Elderly Man Struck -greatest contributions" the Brad-I Commissioners. Walnut St.. choice residential area; PIHlJXJOPalnt..rs and dry
(n't'''. and your phone number toPo I close to business section schools, wall work by hour or by the Jub.
%S-I. Stark Fla. ItchR By Descending Gate ChUTCheLot extends depth of entire Contact Jack Ifouser at J & J
Legion And RotaryTo 'Olson Refrigeration block. Will sell partly furnished, B'liirfers for lntormat Ion. Guaranteed 1954 Ford V-8
At Railroad Crossing if desired. Contact owner Mrs. 1LB. Work I

Hear War HeroA Business BoughtBy McLendon. 302S Westchester.: ..
lando. Fla., or inquire or-I For The Hem I. RANCH WAGON
An elderly man was slightly inJured Jacksonville Man County Telegraph. Florida Heal Kt* World War II veteran with a Hen* new and mmrt, huhwa,.
SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! in an odd accident Wednes- I TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES made 'r..... ... mrrrmff. lnefn.paiQppnrlunilIea
distinguished war record will ad-
day morning at the railroad cross-
George W. Brown formerly of I. to trder. Mrs. Peggy Shaller, 203K. I $$695.00
ing on Brow ee Street. dress American Legion Post 56 on Jacksonville- has the 1kins. phone WO 4.5934. tfchg .*. ... ThOM \41. MF.4I.TOR
Tuesday night. Sept. 8, and the :: purchased 'I. 205 Trmplr .,**.. UTs.. 301 .1'.....
Frank Fier, of Route 1, Starke. II Titus Olson building and re- Furnished House for Rent on Silver SI. from Count? Court lloane. )
.Starke Rotary Club at its lunch-
Go to Jacksonville Gainesville an eyewitness said George W. fiigeration! business at 218 S. Walnut -: Lake. Inquire at Greyhound Bus Tel. \IO4-3701
or or eon meeting on Sept.. Station tfchg -
Burke was walking east on St.. and is operating it under
Robert E.. Altman. a native of i I SIAMESE KITTENS for !lal.... Reason 1955 PlymouthSTATION
ANYWHERE Brownlee Street when the SAL the name of Brown's Ref rigeratlon. -I FOP. RENTToom furnished ->t>le. Call I.B J-2ISI. 2thg 93
to get a price on your ake City served as flight radio
Silver Meteor approached the Mr. Olson is retiring after house, gas. lights and water. 1 block
operator and gunner with an I from Kingsley Lake Phone LE 3- FOR SILK
crossing. Fier said Burke turnedto 30 years In business in Starke. It chg WAGON
2781 Stars and Stripes. Like New 199: Quaker
New Car _. THEN SEE Army Air Corps bombardment I Heater. A-I
look at Pier's car as It ap- Mr. Brown was employed as ar Klfhm Cabinet. A-I Cedar Wardwbe -
cached from behind and squadron in Hawaii and the ,Philippines FOR SALE: Registered Angus bulls. I Walnut Wardrobe with full
was mechanical at the Jacksonville -
V engmeer
He was shot down in IS mo. old. On' Brahma: one gentle length door mirror A-l Boat Trailer. $695.00
struck on the head by the descending Naval Air Station for I II saddle horse ideal for children or 344:1i.: Water St by Calvin
crossing Burke combat on Dec. 10. 1941 over the hunting. Also| Shetland ponies for I Johns the "raw fixer 2tp t.3
BILLYDOWLING gate. was sven years before moving to
Island of Luzon. Six members of cliil4rn.-DoyIe Conner, Phone WO l
knocked to the ground. I Starke. Prior to that he was engaged 4-4i01.. 2 tcchg '/3 FOR SALE
I I th' crew bailed out safely whiletwo
Fier carried the injured in heating and air con-
man 1954 Ford V-8 Truck. 3-4
others. Capt. Colin P. Kelly BtlLDING SI PPLY. Ton,
,I to the office of Dr. A. J. Barry. nd Staff Sgt. William Delehanty ditioning work in Jacksonville.Mr. Has JACKSON'S one lot of used aximim- roofing Light Duty Stake Body. 1955 Ford V-8

Burke was treated and released. Brown will specialize in in excellent condition it will be LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
were killed. .
Dr. .Barry said later that his injuries Altman was a member of the' general refrigeration work and uld AI.xo on used tint and come new first pipe tit'neba8ill.all sizes in 118 N. Walnut !St. PICKUP CUSTOM CAB

were minor cuts and bruiBurke's wul also do heating and air con- b-Ih-blaC'k and galvanized. All kinds
first flight of land-based aircraft plumbing fixtures. Phone WO 4-0101 FORDOMATIC
; se*. glasses .broken ditioning. cf pipe fittings;
were ever to fly from Hawaii to the channel Iron. angle Iron and ttrplate I -
in the happening. .Mr...Olson plans to keep busyin Lumber paint and hardwareof
Philippines in September of 1941,
all kinds. Special on -V' groove DEAN RHODEN
Eyewitness Fier said an alarm awl was awarded the Distinguished his retirement with the operation plywood panel '4 inch 4'XK'. We NURSERY $$795.00
bell the oL his farm north of sell and used building HOME
on crossing gates .was Flying Cross for participation j ::; Starke, buy and new

FOR A LOWER PRICE not: ringing and some of the flashing in that flight. He operated ground : vhere'he has around 25 head of I material Prop in of and every look description around. Yard In Good Care for Your Child -

red lights were not workingat radio stations on Mindanao until Hereford cattle. He built the rear of Big Dad factory or rail FAIR RATESPh.
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V the gate descended but relief surrender of the Philippines on.. building purchased by Mr. Brown WO 4-4001. and' ak for Bob WO
(Jhames.FOR 4-3031. 1126 N. ThomJ"OnMen's 1956 Ford V-8
ACROSS THE STREET ticket agent E. L. Massey said May 10. 1942. He remained a prisoner for $20,000 in 1946. (
the crossing equipment checked Mr. and Mrs. Brown and their RENT 2 completely furnished -
was : of war in the Philippinesand apartments. Also 1 small fur- .
FROM SETZER'S"If within 15 minutes after the Japan until liberated in August ;;on. Rex are residing in the for- nisned house and sleeping rooms. FORDOR
accident and foundIn mer George Norton house on Very reasonable. Apply Azalea Motor Leather
everything
was of 1945- Besides the DIV his Court, 3_ ml South on U S. 301. Fordomatic, Radio and
perfect working order. decorations include the Purple Kingsley Lake whi h he purchased phont WO '-%361:. 2 tcbg9/3

You Don't Trade With Us, We Both Hart and three Presidential Unit several months ago. Their son roASTAL BERMUDA HAY for sale.Fertilized HALF SOLES Heater

Florida Forest Service Citations.At graduated;; last spring from Du- 500 Ibs. 10-10-10 per acre.Il0 .
Lose Money"The Pont High in Jacksonville and per ton. Contact Jorge Vallde-

Will Pay $1 Per Bu. ployed present as state Mr.representative Altman is em-for will enter Perdue University this jali. Highway 21. Clay County.:3tp !SIlO 1.50 upMen's $995.00


For Slash Pine Cones the* U. S. Brewers Foundation, andis fan ln.to study mechanical engineer- NEW LAND -Rent Free from Sept -

a staff announcer for WBDO- I I to Sept. 1. 19S9. Apply at Smitty's
Slash pine TV In Orlando. Barber !Shop.: tchg Rubber
cones will bring COMMISSION ]1955 PlymouthBELVEDERE
ready cash agam this fall for anyone On his visit. to Starke he will FOrt RENT Two House Trailers.

New taking the time to collect be a guest of A. J. Thomas Jr.,I I MEETS TUESDAYThe ft.1-:'Can ft. with be set air on condition own lot.other J. 28 B. HEELS 85 Up

Scripto them. I a riend since the two met as Boy White. Rt 2. FT: 73. Starke 2tp 9 :3CfRB ,

Nelson Blocker of Lake Scout guides at the New York Board of County Commissioners r V-8 AUTOMATIC _
City. Tuck'sPrlveIn
WANTED !
who is in charge of Florida Forest World's Fair in 1939. ; will skip their first 1\lon-1 T.1RL. rlll0 4-SSK1.:! Extra RADIO HEATER

Business Line Ball Pens Servicce cone-purchasing in the I day meeting on Sept. 7 [Labor I Special
Day], and will meet the followingday HOUSEWIVESChildren
L->ke City area said that approxi- Rain Record GrowsFive I In school? If have
at 9:30 Chairman Harold yon
a. m. HALF and $$995.00
mitely -
10,000 bushels of cones AOCOSMETICS. > SOLES
hours sell
few extra .
Norman announced the post- a
feet of rain has fallen
and RefillsFOR are needed from ten North Flori- on I Write Ouida Sweat '-
di counties to insure enough seed Bradford County; diiring the first ponement.
P. O. Box 540 Live Oak Fla. HEELS Up
for planting in the state nurseries eight months of 1959-seven inches 2
this fall would cause serious
ALL BUSINESS WRITING next spring. more than the average an- 1958
flooding in many areas. DodgeCORONET
2 bedroom unfurnished -
Blocker nu.'1 rainfall recorded in Florida FOP. RENT:: -
announced that the newly decorated Duplex Apply -
Forest Service will play miring the past 25 years. With i 304 S Water St Up STARKE'SSHOE
f $1 per fiur months of the year still too -GULF TIPSby V8AUTOMATIC -
bushel for all -
only 25c eachREFILLABLE mature slash pine LARGE: STORAGE SPACE For
ewes delivered to the following
dealers: Johnson time record for wet years mightbe ERNEST TANNER ,
Farmers
Supply LOST -ONE BROWN AND WHITE
in Starke; Ira Lester. Hampton; set here by the end of 1959. 640 N. Temple Ave. I son Bull dog answering' to the I 123 S. Walnut St. $1395.00
The 5.6 inches that fell on the name of SpanVy. Approx. one year
and Carson
Griff Store High- -- I<.'M Mi.'sine for a week. Contact Across from Park Theatre
: 'and. county in August [average of totals T""Trn Millican. Keystone Heights.

I recorded at four gauges' irf .. I phone :3874. le
In Ncrth Florida slash pine '
the county brought the 1959 to'al SAWS FILED and all old sws FOR SALE -White wing machine '
with Refills lOc ccnes usually remain in the right to 59.7 inches from Jan. 1 i, ..-.n.tittonPd like new Call for and 'abiiift model complete with all 1958 Ford V-8

ea. stge of development for collecting I through Aug. :)1. May still holds delivered. Phone WO 4-1441. Calvin attachments $4>.0fl phone WO '-U...
Jnnns.' tfchgF.R : Itchg
for only about three weeks. the record for being the wettest
a Tudor
t Radio Heater
BLUE This year, the right time for cone- nonth of 1959 to date with a SALE-MOBILE HOME PARK "'StirOAS STOVE For Sale. 4 ,
total of 13.73 inches. March I. AND DRIVE IN RESTAURANTH.tv : burner oven, broiler r storage White Tires
collecting will be the was
period Sept. .i rpv ANn BEAUTIFUL drawer A good ro\e. T. T. Long
.. I BLACK 7Cones collected earlier will second with 11.16 inches. WOODED LOTS. SENSIBLY PRIC- phone WO 4-151' itp

b" too green to be acceptable The New River fire tower Is KP; WILL ACCKFT HOME PAY-ON
NEAR BY LAKE AS DOWN. $1595.00
RED FOR SALE Home with 2 fur-
f Blocker said. Over-mature conesar cutting the pace for the rest of MENT.: LAKE GENEVA TRAILER ni t.pd apartnunt and office Fpa -e.txwaled .
also unacceptable because they the county with a total of 62.60 ,PARK. 1 MILE S. E. OF KEY- In Gaineitvlll near business -
\ FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS BTCXK HKTOHTS. ON: HWY. 150. district. Will atreot Starke
have started to inches of rain recorded during 4320. 1 TP
open and drop. PHONE KEYSTONE property In trade. Dr. H. O. Bollln -
their seed.Anyone I the first eight months. .Santa Fe er. phone WO 4-28S1. 1 tp
,. nwer is running second with 60.70 I FOR ULEBEDROOll: HOUSE. 1956 Cadillac
interested In combination dining -
collecting Large living room TFKD: CASH REGISTERS For
The economical .
'I most cnnes for cash may obtain a free inches. Louis Hill tower has recorded rom and kitchen bath. (34 N. SalVan II. Priest i and $1.01

I booklet on the subject by writingto 59.75. and the Starke pow'r Cherry St._Phone WO 4-8391.3tp 111 I Store j tchg 9.17 62 H.T., Automatic, Power I

writing ever devised.I I Nelson Blocker Box 243. Lake plant gauge 55.03. Mf FOR RENT OR S.LE1 droom
City. Satsuma fire tower outside of I FOR RENT: 2 BEDROOM unfurnished bnfnrnished house at 39 N. Cherry Steering, Power Brakes,

\ Bradford County, between Kings- n.t Sir.flt Dtwrt vyf (M/M oft. ,' Moore apt. at 213 Gulf W. Station Madison.next Seeirnm7 St.pb'in0 Rent reasonable.'-nC%. Floyd Green tfchg : Radio, Heater, Trade-in on J.

NOTICE: GEORGE L, FLYNN ley Lake and Penney Farms recorded door. tfchg; New Ford.

NOT GEORGE R FLYNN a whopping 9.99 inches in Our best advertising in through FOR RENT: 2 PEDP.OOM modern FoR SALE Reasonable NewQuaker

August to_ lead the area with a our ,satisfied easterners. Ton h*>ii""'e. circulating heater on King,'- stand. some circulator kerosene beater and extra tank 2
BRADFORD In its last Issue The Telegraph total of 69.97 inches for the first lay jike. Winter rates. See Mrs. H. good wardrobe, gas heater pump.tltf. Save Money With
COUNTYTELEGRAPH too win be if let
pleased :3 tchg
you C Bence at lake.: .
c reported that George I* Flynn eight months. 40 gal. pressure tank, crosscut
buffet kitchen eabln..tal'd
handle raw
V us
car "regularly.
vas sentenced to pay a fine of Average annual rainfall recorded your REPAIR MODERNIZE A ROOMor hoat trailer. G. E. RefrigeratorS
$150 or serve 60 dayron a chargeof in Florida over the 25-year. We like to know oar ca&toat- home. Cabinets made to your .U L. II. ("f\I("('. J44 N. Water St. Clyde TerwiDegar
"-e4l. Patn'in* inside or outside. Up
driving while intoxicated. period is 53.42 inches. en. Fum.ture; finished and repaired.

Gorge L. Flynn is a truck driver Above normal rains in.1959 have Contact I. M. Anderson. Rt. I Box FOP. RENT Three unfurnished Honest Dependable
from Franklin n. and should not been reported all over. Florida ; ig Enough to Accomodate 211. Lake Butler Up apartments. 1-? room. 1-J room and
t 2 room. Utilities farnl'hed. Centrally ReliableI
be confused with George B. Flynn and observers warn that. a wet mall FOR RENT FURNISHED A- located. Reasonable. Phone WO
or George B- Flynn Jr. of Starke. tropical storm if. it should came. 105ugh to Appreciate FARTMENT on 311, 4 miles north. 1-2011 or after 5 p. m. WO 4-5J24 '-' - "-- -
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Mrs. Fannie Kummer P ti ---, --- ,. YYYYYYY7vmvVyvy......,
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS i Final Rites Held t +h ,.- b.a -

Ijl. >|ostt 'j&SXg A r gA.tw MELROSE L

Friday In StarkeMrs. .
By Mary K. Nchaeffer I 1 n.q
By Joyce Rothlutnmer<
I Fannie Schultes Kummer

New Faculty Members I nentary' teacher also graduated I 86NOf Park of the Palms Keystone "" &&.A&.. & L

School has been in session for< from the University of Florida in i, died in a Starke nursing Tc: I V Mrs. William Ferguson and child -

a week now. and as we mentioned IP59 and also is a newly-wed. Dan.I home Thursday. Aug. 27, followingan n of Jacksonville spent a few

in a previous issue we have a h.T husband is attending the I extended illness. She was born days with Mrs. Ferguson's mother -

among University of Florida in the Col- | 10 1873 in Manhattan N.
number of new personalties August Mrs. H. R. Barnett.

the faculty. lepe of Pharmacy. The Simkins'are Y. I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Perry,

Earl K. Cherry our new principal living in the McEwan home.": Surviving art three daughters Jr. have returned home after a :
Mrs. Carolyn H- Allen fifth )
I
has had eleven years experience grade teacher lives in Gainesville. :, Mrs. Glace Strohman. Houston,I trip to Warm Springs Georgia.Mr. t F : j:

in the field of teaching.lie Tex., Miss Florence V. Kummer and Mrs. Charles F. WilIrems -
She has had two years of teach- \
graduated from Georgia in :2prt Miss Mabel L. Kummer both I went to Camp Weed to get
ing in Kentucky and 5 years ,
Teachers' College and did under- in the elementary cf Keystone Heights; five grand- their son, Steven, and Johnny ,. ...
Irdianaall
graduate work at the University children; 10 great-grandchildren; Breyfogle who had spent two 4 1
for I
litld.: She has taught 2 years
c.f Georgia. His postgraduatework ind two greatgreatgrandchilden. weeks<< there
;in college.)] She is working on her ;,
was done at Colorado College H. W. Tyler. Jr. from Tallahas-
Her two teen-age'
masters degree.
the University of Colorado, .c:>e is spending a week of his
children attend P. K. Yonge* Services were held in the De- Police Chief Haberstroh of made,
and the University of Florida. message recorder that vacation!: with his parents Rend \. Officer Accepts Trophy For Co. B
Educa- School in Gainesville. Witt C. Jones Chapel on Friday Keystone Heights is playing was installed at the new police
Working with the Georgia s Mrs. H. W. Tyler, Sr.
with the Rev. I. W. McLean of- back messages from the aulasiatiaa
devisean Mr. NlC'therton-who declines to about two months ago.
tion Association he helped Mr.
and Mrs. John Regan and 1st Lt James F.
Bloodworthi
Fort Stewart. Ga. Lt
his first name-will teach firiating Following the services by Col. Robert
adequate school program fer give children. Patsy and Johnny recertly ;, i. I is pictured the Link,
science in the upper grades. Mr.' the body was sent to Long Island Automatic Answering ServiceAt 'i accepting V. battalion comman-
tHp children of Georgia.He
returned from
the Air Nerherton was born in southwestern N. Y. for :services and burial in a trip to Charles E. Green trophy on be- :i dr Lt. Bloodworth is captain of

spent four years in the Maple Grove Memorial Park Canada. h\!' of the Co. B. I Camp Bland- ,i the team which won the battalion
attended
Oklahoma, and high' I
lorce where he did instructionalwork. Cemetery. Keystone Police Dept.Because Mrs. W. P. Boyd has returned inif! I carbine team. The presentation -!I championship in matches fired at
married and school at Poccassett, Okla. He served -,, .
Mr. after
Cherry is : a trip to>> Blour.tstown Fla.'' was made National
during Camp Blandmg several months
has three childien. He is currently in the Navy four years. He I 1 I to visit her :
Central State College of a new automatic noying the campers slid Keystone j son. i>i ward summer field training at azo.tiring..
residing! in the Mecklem house attended East I A. Mr. Mrs. ;. -
F.
c-rs from Norfoik, Va., Mrs. message service. Keystone Heights and George Cunard,
po'ice with other law enforcement !
on Lakeview Drive. He is a member at Ada. Okla. His teaching ]i 1 Fitzpatrick and her daughter Miss; citizens are only a few minutes officers were there within ten Jr. and children. Edward and Debra 'to some mighty heavy rains last 1 .

of the First Baptist Church experience has been in Georgia Marian Fitzpatrick. Mrs. J. A.1 I away: from direct communicationwith minutes; had the place surrounded : of Smyrna. Ga. and Mr. and ''' week. The ra'ns.! which came late j Work on the'Annual has already

ai-cl the Melrose Lions Club. and Florida. I i j!Williams poured. Guests included their police department even and the trouble broken Mrs. Troy Smith and son. Steve'. in the afternoon. poured 2 '2 inches gotten underway. Some of the
up. I
Mrs. Ann Marsden is new in the PTA Notes I[Mrs. Marie Crosby Mrs. Olive : though the force is a small one of Dalton Ga. are visiting Mrs. of water on Friday and 2 3-5 member have been to>> the surrounding -

Elementary Dept. She has lived This evening, Sept. 3, the Executive -:I!Stevens;, Mrs. Mildred Sutton Mrs.j! with one man only on duty at '"Because we have" to be in ando Cunard's and Mrs? Smith's mother. I i" .hes on Saturday! according to communities getting ads

mist of her life in Vero Beach. Board of the PTA will meet ;Olive Karges Mrs. Jack Haber-I most times. it of the office the chief point- Mrs. Florence Jackson and On'nt Rothhammer's rain gauge. to put in the Annual

She graduated in June from the Pt the School at 8 p. m. All off t- i stroh Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mrs.I When it is for the eout, "we might have missed brother-in-law and sister. Mr. The rains still came Sunday after- '
necessary
University of Florida and was also CTS and committee chairmen .1 Ir' ne Mickle. Mrs. J. A. Williams. j I policeman on duty to be out of I tht:: call and they might have had and Mrs. eJrry Rayburn and son! noon, though not as heavy and it TRINITY CHURCH: EPISCOPAL MELROSERev.

married in June. Her husband Al vnll please attend. Mrs. Sara McDonald Mrs. Hazel the office the automatic ,to call several times before getting Tommy. While here Mr. Cunard looks as if Melrose is in for a

is a student in the College of Busi- Chamber Of Commerce (McKay Mrs. Maude Watkins ,, recorder is switched on and message any- u*. Delays can be serious but with and Mr. Smith took a fishing soggy week. 11 M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar Sunday
Sunday-10
:his a. m.,
nss Administration at the University I| Miss Gertrude Houser, and two ore phoning the police wouldI message service one call will trip) to Silver Springs.Mr. ,, School News
Mrs. Joe Daurer Chamber of I I got within few I School: 11:15: a. m.. Morning
us usually min-
Marsdens J. Rus- a and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandcf i i I :School: .
of Fla. The are is visitors from Miami. Mrs. I hear something like this: "Key- started last Wednesday. ,
Commerce secretary once more 'I utes." Prayer and Sermon (Holy Com-
occupying the Sunderland's gar- asking that all persons with cot- se1?! Young and her daughter. stone Heights police. You are now I Waverley Ga. are visiting Mr. with a smaller enrollment than j munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. :
I' I
apartment.. The instrument which is rented and Mrs. W. A. Raley. had been anticipatedHowever, it '<
HonoredI connected with automatic
: Visitors message -
taes: to rent for weekends or m. Young People meet.
Smkin. another Ele- I from the I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mann returned -, is expected to
Mrs. Judy longer please make themselves I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walleniusi i service. Listen for the beep I II phone company cost } increase after the Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com

i i!' icnown: to her and give her a i i entertained with a Bar-B-Que on!signal; and then dictate your mess- S15 installation fee and $12.50 per Tuesday from a trip Labor Day holiday. It's pretty [munion.COMMUNITY.

'complete rundown on the facilities -i i iage.; It will receive proper attent-i month above the regular phone through North Carolina where 1 h nrd to sit through classes with :

Health FactsNerve price etc. She has lots of Saturday night honoring Mr. and i 1001 shortly. I II chrrge. It is installed in the temporary they visited five of Mr. Mann's thp 100 degree weather we've been CHURCH
:Mrs.: Nick Burson, Jr., and sons i World War I buddies. They also KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
calls requesting this information Chief Haberstroh said the first police station located on having- I II
Nickie in and Mark of Monroe. vfeHed:! Asheville for a week where Dr. Albert C. Holt. :MinisterMrs.
pressures disturb normal cells from Jacksonville Chamber seek after installation the ma- SR 100 just west of Lawrence I
Mich. Mrs. Wallenius was assist- ; I they enjoyed the mountains.- Coach Barber has been holding' !. J. L. Hrthrrington I
function of internal organs and of Commerce and others much'farther I jcVne: proved its worth when it j I Boulevard. Chief Haberstroh said
? in entertaining her guests by !, Icotball practice afternoon. ,,
ec route home they spent a week every Organist and Choir Director .
recorded call from nearby the location I
a a present will serve unlit -
Evidently some
away. j
glands thus producing diseases of Edward Thiele. Guests in- Howevei the turnouts haven't
Mrs. !
1 visiting Mr. Mann's relatives. i Sunday School 9am. Morning -
people took it to heart last : I i schrol camp. Prowlers were an-__ the new City Hall is built. j l I,
many kinds. Chiropractic is not \\'eek'i'c-U'ded Mr. and Mrs. John Eliasonof Mark Williams was in the hospital bin so good. All high school boys Worship 10 m. during July

cure all but has proven hrtietlclal because she has more listings Lake Rosa and Mr. and Mrs. Ed I Nora have been visiting their fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtFLORAHOME last week but has recoveredand are urged to participate. The Junior 'I and August
a ;hnn ever before. 'I I I
I j.Thiele. After supper there was friends Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan is now able to attend school. High team has also been prac- V 1rce.
In the following common ailments |
Bake Sale Saturday I dancing and Nick played his ac- jin i Keystone for two weeks. The Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon accom-j!if .

: The Women of the Community cordian-as only Nick can. Burns from Wilmington and
I family are r/anied by her son Burwell I
Allergies, Arthritis Asthma Bur- Church will hold a Bake Sale at Del. AND GRANDIN j
,
Ham Sapper To Be Saturday his son both formerly of Clear-
9 in front of the old Belote'
a. m.
81t1.., Colitis, Constipation. Goiter St. William's Catholic Club is Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fother- By DaneAAAAAAA1LA&IALWWU w ter. recently went to Santa I
Drug Store Saturday morning.)
Headaches. Heart Trouble High hiding its annual Ham Supper sill: of Alexandria Va., were din- Ar.a California where Burwell ;
5. Mrs. Henry Mickle is incrarge
Sept. : this'weekend on Saturday evening, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George now teaches in a junior college in : 3OOO
Blood Pressure, Lumbago, Ner- '
VOUSnPaR, Rheumatism, Sinusitis.Btoimuh ., Announcing Nancy Marie [Sept. 5, starting at 5 p. m. Thesupper Schaeffer Monday evening. The Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark Santa Santa Ana.Ana. His with wife another who flew to is'I
originally scheduled Fothergills who are vacationing son.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski ; which was and daughter: of Bardin spent
Trouble, Flu, Tonsilitis i to be held on the church left for Key"West Tuesday. 'Mrs. Sunday with Mr. Clark's mother. expecting a third child' and Mrs.
the of their first
proud parents
Skin Rash. Liver Trouble, Colds. are [I grounds will now be held at the Fothergill is Mrs. Schaeffer's sister Mrs. Alma Clark of Florahome.Mrs. Witherspoon will stay until it is
i girl born at St. Vincent's Hospital ,
also former Keystoner, born. She is staying with anotherson
and
,
view a
Woman's Club in
For Further Information Contact j Keystone Dick Lilly of Florahome
9:15 p. m. Wednesday Aug- and
and daughter-in-law. Mr.
Tickets will having lived here as a child.
ust 26. She weighed 6 Ibs. 1 oz. I cf the. fickle weather. visited: her sister, Mrs. Ruby O- I
; for chobee Fla. Marvin is >a.9th. Mrs. Jack Witherspoon and fam-
Dr. H. G. Bollinger |She was named Nancy Marie. Her I be $1.25 for adults and 75c grader. steen of Keystone Heights last ily. On her return she will visit,
high-school
: each child not yet in I
birthdate is the same as that of Friday morning.Mr. .
Chiropractic Offices ''an Tnere will be valuable prizes in- j Dinner guests of Jim Holcin ner aunt Mrs. C. P. Guthrie in
1
illustrious relative Monsignor and Mrs. Kirby Elixson of and
another
j D !las. Tex. and son
I Lake home armed with candles ,
given away.
i ciuding door prizes
426 N. Walnut St.
j i J. T. Gulczynck of Dallas, Texas. Jacksonville spent the weekend da'jghter-in-law Col. and Mrs.
i
and in the event that I
Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor Msgr. Gulczynski who is Mrs. Accident Vicitm Recuperating |* flashlights had with relatives in Florahome.Mr. I|Thomas S. Witherspoon and family i II I
would be needed as they
Pawlikowski's god-father will alsoh Miss Gertrude Houser who had been.hey on Friday evening. Luckily I and Mrs. Eugene Brantleyof who are stationed in Oklahoma -I

728 E. Namy Marie's godfather.Mrs. August
experience
University 'a frightening the electricity was not affected Grandin attended church ser- City Oklahoma.
Phone 6-3238: Gainesville : Colfdn Entertains I 122 when she severed the arteries, Mrs. C. P. Berkleman returned
that evening. vVes at Trinity Baptist ChurchIn
20 Years Experience Mrs. George Colgin entertainedat i I tendons etc. in her wrist tryingto test" week after a trip to Duluth

her home Saturday morning open a balky window, is back Eulie Rusnton, Jr., left Friday : Jacksonville last Sunday. Minnesota.Mr. TOP

i with a Coffee, honoring two viist- home again and feeling much bet- August 28, for Little Rock Ark. to I Mrs. Margie Stewart arrived and Mrs. Phil Berkleman
be best man in the wedding of a
ter She is especially grateful to I home last Friday from a vacation have returned to their home in

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE all her friends who rendered first fraternity brother. This week he I trip to Tennessee. Atlanta Ga. after a visit with
will! to Washington D. C. to
aid took her to the doctor's office, go Eugene Brantley of Grandin, Mr. Berkleman's parents Mr and VALUE -

Men's. Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes and to the hospital. She also attend a conclave of his faternity Jim Hubner of Florahome and Mrs. C. P. Berkleman. .
Sigma!,: Phi Epsilon. I I
would; like to thank those who Pascal Carr of Melrose, were recent Duplicate Bridge
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Burns
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sant cards and flowers and who Winners of the Melrose Dupli-
visitors to Hahira Ga. I
and children Charlie, Jr.. and
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner came to visit her in the hospital. cate Bridge at the Woman's Club
Mr.
and
Saturday evening were Mrs. Rose Mrs Bumgardner of STAMPS :
Gold Head Branch Tuesday were: 1st, Mrs. Val Givens -
McGibbons; Marvin Gordon and
Sanford called on Grandin friends
Attendance at Gold Head Branch Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer. The and Mrs. Roland Bryant; 2nd I
last Friday. Cook and Miss Sally
Mrs. Mary I
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State Park during July more Daurers arrived at Jim's Spring
New Subdivision than doubled last year's record ?tr. and Mrs. Eugene Brantley Mansfield; 3rd. Mrs. George

figure. A total of 65,695 visitors ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL and family attended the communItv Phelps and Mrs. Alice Ketchum; I WITH PURCHASE OF THIS BIG, NEW

JUST OPENED ON have been to Gold Head this July CHURCH, KEYSTONE peanut boil in Melrose last 4th Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.

s : a* compared to 32.433 in 1958. Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar Saturday evening. Ro ison. SENSATIONAL HOTPOINT 2 DOOR

The most noticeable increasewas Sunday-7:30: a. m. Holy Communion Peanut Boil
Gator Bone LakeNear Miss Dorthea Mayo has been Rain kept many people home
IN LAKE FROST LOTS in the attendance of day ; 9:30 a. m. Sunday

'visitors: 39,466 m 1959 as com- School; 9:30 a. m., Morning Prayer ill for the last few days with a from the peanut boil Friday night

Keystone Heights pared to 22.74. last year. and Sermon (Holy Communioneach bit a large crowd was reported. FreezerRefrigerator

GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice Fishing has picked up some and first Sunday; 6:30 p. m. cold.Mrs.. Mildred Burrows and Those who did attend were treat- ,
People meet. ed to all the boiled peanuts they I
Young
Shade Large Lots several five and six pound bass I,mother Mrs. Mattie Lawson of could hold.
Holy Days-7:30: a. m. Holy
$2.275 TO $2,575 rove been caught on artificial\ Communion.St. Gainesville visited relatives in I Heavy RainsSunbaked In 12 CU. FT.

20 PER CEr\7 DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY worms during the past week. I Grandin, last week. I Melrose was treated

C PersonalsMr. William's Catholic Chapel .. I
S. E. M KAY -- REALTOR J 288.98With
and Mrs. Nick Burson and Keystone Heights
LOCAL MANAGER FOR
Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 children Nickie.4Mark, and Sissy Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m _

Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 left for their home in Monroe. Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.

Mich. Monday morning after a Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. Trade

visit in Keystone Heights their I Confessions before aO Masses

frrmer home. I Baptisms, marriages and Instructions Jim Walter Corp."World's

Mrs. Rose Mcdlbbons returnedto by appointme ONLY$3a

her home in DeKalb Ill. on
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday after visiting in Keystone $ weekTwo
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ.
Largest Home Builders"
( : Heights for two weeks with her
t1IT R. Smith pastor. Raipn
brother. Jim Hokdn.
: Copeland. Minister of Music and. PJLt
New residents in Keystone Separate
.T4 rS h- church organist WILL BE IN STARKE
L+ wii.i Heights are Mr. and Mrs. Art Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. Refrigerating

Gordon and son Marvin who mov- Systems
I m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
:* here last week from Okee- \
EACH THURSDAYAT -..,.
Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening --- AUTOMATIC

services 8 p. m.

CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS affair."Make" church worship a family i I ==1 -DEFROSTING



STARKE HARDWARE CO. I .

WOODS FIRESA Your HOTPOINT Dealer for 14 Years

12:30 P.M. TO &:00 P.M. .
PAINTERSWe twelve week period during

which no forest fires were reported .


have Limited Supply week in the when county one fire was burned broken this an For Appointments Call I REDFEARN'S


''f I Perfect for protection of acre and a half bringing the JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector

number of fires for the
of left-over paper on rolls. year up ,

'I From 17 to 72 inches wide to burned 30 and to 1661.the! number of acres STARKE WO 4-5311 I II I "Where Service Is Assured"Phone


floors, furniture, etc., while For the same period last year 7f If A Quality Home
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THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA work is in progress. 94 fires were reported with 575.4

acres burned. 11', A Jim Walter Homf

Rainfall reported for the week, Keystone'
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community !
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Bradford
Keystone Heights. Fla. County the average of three fire towersin OTHER OFFICES:

}Member F.D.I.C Telegraph the county was only .26 inches OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA 9391 IIING YOU TV SIT TO Heights

with small amounts fallingon SHOP AND AVI SOIIEPAJISBRADFORD
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.v..vvmm..nvvnm the new school term. I"B. Wiggin; exterior school beau

Officers electedere: president, '.ficajicuif Mrs. T. C. Htzen chairman'and
HAMPTON Mrs. Rand Crews rice-president. I Mrs> Edna PrevaUf in]
I i ten Or bexattflc&lioru Mrs. C i!
Mrs. Den Polk; secretary. Mrs. A.

lii Bj Mr*. D. E. inn SERVICE n L. Crosby; treasurer G. E. Me-J Atkinson* Chairman .Dd.mem1 er!
MEN Gauley; publicity chairman Mrs.::IMr EL W. Wrbb, Mrs. Alvin McKinney I
A. A& '" attendance, Mr]
I II Lola! Roberts with members. Mrs ; tscloh ;

Mr. and Mrs. &i.Silcox moved' I Atca Surrency, Mrs. H. P. Oain-: T. W. MarkerLake.
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:List ieeJt.wm.Heilronn-Springh! s +h- ey membership committee Mrs..
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to the C. L- May house near the Vance Russ chairman and mem- .. ytler correspondent Re
Wherein 'the golden days of !;j gone. So I just got out the am west end of Navarre.Street. r- bers. Mrs. Wilma Lucas, Mrs. Ger- Kvrce-reported on the FERA mo]

August passr..and September with hulance and went to the home. George Saxon was taken to the trude Waters: entertainment and quito control program carried
its Autumn kbmes in. These daysI Two of the attendants at the University Medical Center in 7. By G. T. Hoggins finance committees, Mrs. G. E. during '193 t He wrote that 31
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dream of :rester-year and say home helped me put him on the Gainesville week ago Friday for Y County AgentDr. McGauIey. chairman and mem- hoines haft been screened at a coslJcr

it "Good. r' cot and load him in the ambu- treatment.: Visiting, here with the bers. MrsB- F. Hazen Harmon Jabpy7 of 2038. Owners pal{

In dreams I often see an old lance. I came home. I went in the Saxons have been MrsIreta I Morgan. Mildred Morgan and H. for: material.

hnse waiting: i garage, but could not unload him j jI Garafalo of Coral Gables and Mrs. 1 R. S. Mullins, Extension vnll probably die.

There everything is mirrored alone. I called the Mayor of our, ClPO Hunter cf Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. Service plant disease specialist, A few plants were taken backto

firm and clear I Inn city and told him what a fix and Mrs. Hamer Lott Jr. 1 his been up with us lately to help Gainesville for closef examin

Bright faces framed by long I vas in. So he came immediatelyand : and daughter moved last Saturday 1i 1i !look over some sick Azaleas ation. Indications of a fungus VPER 00l

familiar windows helped me get the cot out of :o Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob- 1I i Perennial ornamental plants known as Mushroom root-rot was

Assuring me happiness is near. the ambulance and on the ele by Wasdin.moved into their house I like some trees will not show ffnind. This was result of excess-

While in the fragrant, well- vator.: I located Don at a bank.! here the same day. The Wasdins damage results until several weeks ive root damage from too much

remembered orchardAn :and soon he was home to help. are from Graham;; and Mrs. Was-!'' i I after the damage has been caused. rater over a long period. l

oriole investigates, and My garden has such nice toma- din is the second and third grade' Too much rain over a long period, I The only treatment that might

sings; 1 *oes now and corn. I have plentyf teacher at Hampton Elementary i followed: by hot sun is just now 'help some plants, particularly the

And skirting by the heavily- shell beans with a few green School. showing up on a variety of woody I'smaller ones is an application of 1
appted treetops of which Azaleas are so>uble nitrogen to stimulate new
pods to eat. I see the lima beans Mr. and Mr*- D. W. Swindellleft ornamentals
There comes the flash; of his have pods that are filling. We last week for a visit with relatives showing most serious results. All root growth. Ea

Hack-tinted wings. hid butternut squash for dinner in Plant City. I t, size plants from some 12" high in Indications of the above dam- I I

And when harmonics and soundof Sunday. A-lc Richard May of Macdill ir the yard of Mrs. Carlton Chastain ages are found by browning and 1 1I I

voices HELPFUL HINTS. Put a little .AFB: Tampa spent last weekend I up to 3 or 4 feet in the yard ofMrs ,decaying I of the main plant roots 1I 1I I I

Greet me by the welcomingopen Poor wax on the zipper that .in Hampton with his parents tA' Lane: are damaged.: Many just i at and below the _wound level. I .s

door :t! ks. To clean the inside of a I.Mr. and Mrs. Claude May. Mr. and ;
Hands beckon me to join in thermos bottle put in apeon fabler Mrs. May and daughter, and Billy I Farmers Must Keep \dJ

love and laughterAnd of uncooked rice with a cup Home of Homestead AFB droveto If"- Labor Tax Records
dance upon the shining New Port Richey and Mr. and .A'ta.. ,
of water and shake wellOld At meals, snacktime, anytime
crowded floor. '''I I'
r"..der puffs when washed make Mrs. J. W. Horne spent Sunday Beginning with 1959 every for delicious Super Sue flavor'
Plowden Kernan any
bath- here with them and the R. C. \tV work done by a
for the
nice scouring pads farmer who has
These days I take time to just room. Williams family. Mr. May is stationed :'I f" '. av l, farm labor crew is required by Superior really,hits the,spot..Serve 4

bit and drean. Dream of my old at Homestead. '!t\ .... i- favor his good food today. Super Sui.
FRIED SQUASH BLOOM: .
d.Aw ,
Indiana home The house my regulations
rt
1 Mrs. Ina Knight and Ronnie d is super good-It's superior.
LLr
father built with the help of my Gather unwilled squash blos last week with : .
several days i
pent and the
address
brothers. It tall two-story soms. Wash, dry and put in re- I'' :name, permanent rer (
I
was
: a childrenIn
I Mrs WilmaKnight and 'employer's' identification numberof AH Popular FI ,or'l Cones,Cvpi Unit,family K-G.1IonI
house with fire bedrooms a big' frigerator. Mix this batter: '2 cup Jacksonville: I
1-ader who furnishes
kitchen, a parlor and a large sitting fouri teaspon salt, 1 egg. a Out-of-town relatives here last each crew -
work. I
for farm
workers
room. As the above poem lash of sugar, ',z-cup milk and- 1 week! for the funeral of Mrs. J- him '
According .io John W. Spann. .
states. I can see, the bright eager .teaspoon melted butter. Stir this J. Brannen were her sister, Mrs.A. of the Gainesville s. %. f
faces of my brothers and sisters i Aether, dip the blossoms in itard and Jr., Manager
Sullivan of Ocala, Mr.
L. % %
Social Security Office, the crew
and my parents. I can see other \ fry in hot fat. Good! M.s. Dennis Brannen of Lakeland, T "'KWr leaders referred to in the regulations 20 OFF 20 OFF

homes I lived in when my son1 I am out on the sunporch with Miss Jessie May Brannen of'Bar are those who are employ- isr

was small, and then the Lang my typewriter on the same old tow, Mr. and Mrs Billy Brannen i
jers of the members of the crew. i
home in Florida where I livedso I cud table- In the 14 summers Igave of Ft. Myers,Mr. and Mrs. Johnny j jS jymou' said the crew leader is
Spann
many winters. Home is happy been here, my life has not of Lakeland. Miss Lillian;,,:' (the employer of the members of j I Labor Day Weekend
when there are loved ones there changed too much and I like brannen of Lakeland. CoL and :
the crew if [111 I he furnishes themto Hot Dog Happy!
and focd,Jaughter and prayer. that. But so many people have Mrs. T. C. Futch of Leesborg, Mr. the farmer and pays them and I
The fun growing old is to be passed away I knew and loved. and-Mrs. Leon Campbell of Largo, -
n\\ there' is no written agreement
able to recall past happiness and The roads ha\changed, neW!' Mr. and.Mrs. Ray Walker of Bar- with the farm operator pro- Shown above are some of the THREE DAY: SPECIALSThurs.
dear ones who have passed on. i houses built and others torn tow. Midget League baseball players.
that the crew leader him-
Sometimes: it hurts the heart, but I down. The peachtree I grew- from Mrs. J. A. MQliken of Ocala viding of the farmer.If and Starke Jaycees who enjoyed a I

iv is a good hurt and with the seed lost a few limbs in the hard visited here in Hampton Sunday self is the an farmer employee has a written agreement tswim-fest and hot des party at ., Fri., Sat. Sept. 3, 4, 5

hope that some time in the great heeze last winter. My seedling ap with ).Irs.' T. F. Brown, and Mrs. with the crew leader Carl< Lamar Johns' lake home at

beyond we will be able to see I j i ole tree is growing fast. My dog Mniken'B? mother Mrs. A. L- Sullivan Army Privates James N. Gas- showing that the crew leader is < the end of the season.
them again and be happy. Digger is getting so grey and cannot returned home with her. The Jaycees heW the party forth i
I of Mr. and Mrs. his employee, the farmer is not
kins top,
son
I love my home here.This great see. He sleeps a lot and likesto Mr. and Mrs Frank Brown of hard-playing youngsters<< who
. I' Thomas F. Gaskins, Route 1, Law- required to keep a record of the 11 : ALL
big house with seven stairwaysand ,' walk with me. He eats hearty Jacksonville were Saturday. visit- helped make a sucess of the Jay-
E. of leader's address, but in this
tey: and Earl Mosley, son crew
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an elevator. I have cleaned and still barks when the door bell ors hwe.Gallicvisited. sponsored league during the; -
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Mosley. case the farmer must make regu-
ind painted e\'ery nook and corn rings. Don and I now are both Mr and Mr& A.O. Pope of Eau' summer. i
reports and pay
have recently lar social secunty
Route 1, Lawtey,
r until it is a part of me. ThenI eligible for Social Security. One is here'last week with Recreation Director Bob Benner ,
completed eight weeks of military taxes on the wages paid to the I SKI EQUIPMENTBOAT
helped to build the new part. I glad these days to tell their age- i Mr. and Mrs. Edward-Saxon and members supervised swimming activities for'
leader and to the
at the Provost I
love to play the organ, and we Whoopee! Life can be wonderfulat daughters, and Gail Saxon went police training crew the 37 boys who later put on a
] General's School Fort 01 the crew.
Marshall CUSHIONSLIFE
have two pianos. any age. with them to Eau Gallic for a real wiener eating contest.
: requirement Is contained I
.Gordon, Ga. The new
This last Tuesday Don had to The white butterflies flit over week, returning to Hampton with Emplover's -
to the q.business.. He had Mosley and Gaskins received instruction in the Agricultural three years. Miss Dodd was major- PRESERVERS
go the garden. The cardinal sings. Abraze them on Monday this week. Mr. Guide
not gone.very far. I am sure, until tosses the leaves of the and ,Mrs. Beryl Pope of Panama in self defense traffic i for 1959 Social[Circular Security A.] Tax Additional ing in home economics.S. I .

the telephone rang and it was trees with a pleasant rustling City spent the weekend herewith control and the basic; procedures ; GOCG
the
of
information and copies the "thing"
the nursing home down the street sound. I : Dear Father, ot military. and civil.law- "*,, Bunco- parties were '
pray the saun.s..TTT. !
r< *-* MMi? V* the !
mat b secured from and
Guifle! ? b'kIn: 1934 Mrs. W. H; Hart,
the
saying wear/ old man of 84 had strengthen our faith in Thee from; Both men entered Army in ':' SPEAR GUNS
Director of Internal Revenue, and MrsN.. D. Wainwright Jr.
passed a\ray.' I called for the man .day to day. increase our love for .YTYYYYT..Y.Y YY.fLAlY' March 1959, and took their basic Jacksonville, Florida. j:
were co-hostesses honoring Peggy
who always helps me lift when I Thee and all mankind. Amen. training at Fort Jackson, S. C.. 1 I If
f,I and Lucille Kennedy of Baxley. FISHING GEARWE
need someone. He was goneI All my love. God bless you. HILL Mosley, 19, was a 1958 graduateof
railed another number and he was 'I Mother Lura Bradford High and worked New Law Allows Vets Ga. Prizes were won by Miram
Jacobs Stacy Rowell and George*
.- for The before Easier ExtensionOf NOW HAVE NUMBERS AND LETTERS IN
Telegraph entering
It,. Hn. 9. L. t IUrtek1.. Manassa.The honorees were given I l
the service. Gaskins, 22, was grad- School Training. novelty bracelets and all guests I LEGAL; SIZES FOR BOAT REGISTRATION EFFECTIVE ,
IAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. ....u uated from Bradford High in 1855. '
OCTOBER 1 1959.
wore paper hats and received : ,

and Mrs. Virgil England and \ new law amending regulations I corns as favors. I''
children of Florence, Ala. visited ', .
to veterans schooling I
4 The Opening In Starke Mrs.:: Faye England and the I'I I Recruits E-l James F. Hollings- pertaining under Public Law 550 (the KoreanG. i Circle Two of the Baptist WMU I I

't OF A Striddands"Monday of last week. worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. James !! I. Billl] has made it easier for:. was winner of the 1934 attendance NEW FISHING & HUNTING LICENSESFOR

From here they went to Cocoa to Franklin Hollingsworth 535 W. veterans to continue their training content and so was entertained by I
COMPLETE AUTO;TRIM AND visit one of'the former pastors of Madison St.; and Marvin Mosley, i beyond their original goal Circle One and Three at a tea

FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY SHOPJOJNER their church in Florence.D. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mosley,' .vfthout' being charged with a held at the pastorium. SALE HERE
Btp 2, Starke, have been assigned i S. .
B. Lang of Tampa. is spend- change: of program.
ing a few weeks with relatives to Company D, 6th Battalion: The law reads in part, "Change, For students who may bemoanthe I
S TRIM SHOP here 2nd Training Regiment at Fort early opening of school this'
f before the fruit season cf program shall NOT be deemed
opens,! and he has so much workto I Jackson SC-, for eight weeks of >to. include a change from the pur-. year we call attention to twenty- CLOSED MONDAY LABOR DAY !
LOCATED IN REAR OF SHEPHERD'S RADIO &TV baric combat ,
do- Grace Lang of Clay Hill is training. suit of one program to another five rears ao when scchool open-

spending a short time with relatives -, Upon arrival at Fort Jackson, where the first program is prerequisite ed early in July.

in Tampa. I they were issued clothing and to or generally require- Already Brooker students had

We understand that Jim Godwinwas given a complete physical examin pd for entrance into pursuit of I''put on a play 'n's Terrible To Be STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES

brought home Sunday from! ation and a comprehensive bat- the second-" Popular" and made $17 which thestudents

the hospital and Nellie Wilkinsonwas tery of aptitude tests. Many Korean veterans have I. planned to use for purchase .

4- Factory Prices : able to be at services Sunday As part of their basic training Seen charged with a change of of school equipment. H. B.
morning.Mrs. had their Wiggins was the director.
where they set
they will be taught rifle marksmanship program Inc.
.
Betty BrunJbelow Jacksonville under the objective, for example as a high
One Quart ECC With Each oldest daughter of the I TRAINFIRE Army's new school diploma and after getting Brooker PTA was also active ,
In TRAIN-
Gallon FllfcfcrOne Stircklands, spent the weekend program. he diploma requested and were and the first meeting of 1934 was
or buy
you FINE, they ""illiearn to
use an M-
with home folks here. Mr. different called by president Mrs. T.
Dowling! 1 rifle ranted a change leading to a C'I
of Jacksonville by firing at pop-up targets Hazen for election of officers
also called on the. objective. Since the law
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE on terrain which duplicates combat -
Stricklands Saturday and Sunday areas. formerly allowed only one change.

evening, attending church at. veterans were not then allowed to
501 N. w: 8th Aver- Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588Wf Highland: with them. The new soldiers will also be enter any other program. .

we haven't been hunting lately taught drill tactics, camouflage, I The new law holds that if a

but we have seen some possums military courtesy, first-aid and I high school diploma was a- pre-

and other cntters sauntering a- other basic subjects. Theywill reouisite for the objective selected -
)J. TMfii r.3taiialerItilt's1Glsrl nfthe road at l learn how to throw 'i
night as we were a grenade, on graduation the veteran

." it I coming from church. They must fire in pitch darkness, crawl under .t.culd not be charged with a .

CALL-WBimorr hive known we dktol have our barbed wire with machine gun change of course, and that all

trusty ole shotgun along or they five overhead, and defend them- I svch future steps in training shall

t would have stayed out of sight selves in simulated chemical biological not be considered as changes.

Jit Fetos i Giais Co. Miss Debbie Phillips attended and radiological warfare Veterans who were denied fur- THE OPENING OF.BROWN'S. ,

tne Highland revival with us aH After completing basic teaming ther training under the above

.POR'.ANr GLASS- :NBEB week and served as organist for Holhngsworth and Mosley will conditions and who. wish to rename I

[ We fei iID' Midn:Store-IFrontr us. returning,home Sunday after probably receive two-week leaves training should make a new

r .Jwt, BWKUsvA*,Pattern for noon.Iong. before reporting for their next I application, since the VA will not i

Table:T.pa. Prescott is In Riverside I assignments review any past denials. ,

1313 FRI',21353COMPLE : Hospital suffering with a blood
N.W. 4thiPL Gali rilfc.Fk. .Phone: -
r'ot
near the heart. Rosa Padgetthas ,

been confined to her bed with Marine Pvt. Richard E. Clark. '

tonsilitis and Willie Padgett's Joan of Mrs. S. R. Clark of Starke Ouf'Ofl

..TIEE :.SfItI E I children Whooping cough.are suffering with ..1 completed recruit training Aug. r

The revival at Rtghll.nd'Ba tist!I 18 at the Marine Corps Recruit : REFRIGERATIONFORMERLY ,

Depot, Parris Island S.
Church closed C.
., Pruning Cavity: Work Saturday night '
.. Bracing :Tree-Rental after a series of meetings with The 12-week training schedule 'ThePast

th? largest congregations we have included drill bayonet training,
*
: ,
J' De-Mossing Transplanting ( OLSON'S)
seen there, in spite of, hard rainso physical
conditioning
parades
Free Inspection 1 and EstimatesSURGEONS er: the weekend.Two new members and ceremonies and other military -. r 226.S,. Walnut Street Bhpne'WO 9-1 121
werereceaved on profession
subjects. a
cf faith two by letter, and there Three weeks Two Starke girls, Alice Fernandez -
SAPP'S TREE were spent on the
were two re-dedications. Nathan rifle and Hazel Adkins were
.range where the recruits ,
Starling was to be'ba tbed-Sun- fired the M-l rifle and received 1334-graduates of Woman's College COMMERCIAL REERIGERAJION F

PETE SAPP, Owner day evening. ,but ,suffered a re- instruction in basic Marine" Infantry Tallahassee. Moss' Fernandez
M1 STAItKE PHONE WO 4-3965: lpse in his illness and had to t I I weapons :received a bachelor music decree -
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b? put under oxygen Sunday and U $&Adkias a certificate
P. o.. Rn\ 771- Phone EA 5.887'PalaU. Fla. This recruit training prepares!
AGENTS'Phono poned.morning, so the service'was ,post- young Leathernecks for ..furthersppriahxed in primary .grades.. : HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
the
During revival our infantry training'' at .

FR 6-2661 Phone MA 3617 singing class cOntinued'' every Camp Lejeune. N. C. A Keystone, Heights girl, i Mar- .

caine; 'illtr: Pla.- Ocala Fla. nizht. and, we- pQn..ta continue garet L- Dodd who-was entering Owned and Operated by George W. Brown

i i Phone 1651 Lake City, Fhu studying this and try to make our toe 'Senior class Woman's College -
singing" even better. night, and Associational Pastor's 1 received,,,Gilchrist scholar
a ',,Cor Tpert'' Tree-Surgery Call Our.Agent Junior won the attendance and Layman Conference-Thurs ship- The scholarships were a-I. CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES

.1,tlkilllPEST CONTROL &CHEMICAL CO. canner at Sunday School last day night. We also have our singing wjrded each year to the two juniors
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t ;:')J mple-\"e. -Phone WO 4-3965 Simday. Don't forget Prayer Meeting T1ursday.t.J'Jl! ; f who had shown,"outstanding-! h-d
I and Conference is Wednesday I,stJting at 6:30 p. m. I ability and achievement" for the I







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,-- -- w......................_ I Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and I i IE.:,Green .and 'Ernest Edwards f. attended f church,at Bell Saturday I I Mrbers 'and work all day"Saturday t, school on 'Tuesday, Sept: 8. I E. D- Robinson pastor'will hold|1!,I'fer are finel They expect to return .

I Mrs. Guy Harrell. i families for a few days, .and. Sunday. but have made their Cars District V Planning Meeting I j regular pastoral services all day to church soon. Remember

.. BROOKER We are sorry to hear that Mrs. i Mrs. Mike Tilghman andi Mrs. Lora Waters is visiting her available to take Daisy to Medical The Planning sesion of the Executive -I' starting with Sunday School at in our sick and shut-in members.
H-jnry Hodges fell and broke her i daughter Shirley of Gainesville brother: ,Purley J. Dyal of Lake- Center in Gainesville twice I I committee of District V of : Lt your reporter have their
.....1 '0 hip and" is a patient in Bradford 'I visited Mrs. S. M. Mott and'Mis$ land, this week. each' month to get blood'' transfusions th? Florida State Teachers As- 10 Supt. Henry Bryant in charge. .,names and addresses so we can let
By Barbara 5ue'DavllAA&&A&&A&&AAA&&a ( ;
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" Wl.n. "/ County Hospital. i Barbara Sue Davis Thursday ,06 M% and Mrs. James Harrell of so that she may continue ti I II ,sociallon was held at A. L. Mebane Morning worship at 11 a. m. the membership and friends know
Miss Barbara Sue Davis is visiting last week. Gainesville vf ere"the Sunday guests to live; God will bless these men 1 I I High School Sunday, Aug. 30, Evening service at 7 p. m. All bout any illness. Ranell English,
her grandparents Mr.' and I Mr. and Mrs. Hershali l Laifield o? his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J!I I for this Christian gesture. Last Fsident Herbert Coleman, pre- cnoir members are asked to attend reporter. '
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hodges i '
Mrs. R. J. Waters in Dundee this ard children of Gainesville and C. Ha Tell. Saturday she was taken by Rev.I I sicing. Representatives from practice Wednesday embrac-
and son Randy of High Springs 'I v/eek. ; Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson: Ellen Green spent two weeks in J. P. Franklin and picked up byNurse .{Bradford: County included J. D. ing the third Sunday 8 p. m. Due GOTfl t tr

." .... and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodges Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis visited ,and children of Lake City were J: Jacksonville visiting friends and M. Snellen- All this was!j Greene, president and the parlia- to the illness of our regular pianist _
and son Marvin of Leesburg were '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickory and Sunday guests cf Mr. and. Mrs. relatives and was _accompanied lone: free. She has also been nentarian and reporter. Each of Mrs. Mack of Ocala Superr -

end Sunday Mrs.luncheon Dennis guests Hodge. of Recent Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vickory in Ala- Noon Mott. > -. home by Mr.,and Mrs. J. M- Hen- transported by Mrs. S- C. Price, the seven counties are entitled to or Shell has agreed to play for SUMMER COLD
"{ r chua: Sunday afternoon. i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stokes of ry and children also his 'mother principal at Thurston School and three representatives which makes u*. President Rosa Williams has
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill John Davis returned home Friary 'Starke were Sunday luncheon pnd David Fussel. Harvey and Supervisor Shell,! The County I I a composite oody. of 21.'The past indicated that the new robes win -

Markham and' son Dusty of Lake : after visiting his aunt and ''guests of Miss Ruby Stokes> and Mary returned home with them Commissioners are also helping(I:i presidents are also considered a be ready soon. Let us begin the I '

City.Mr. uncle the Mack Howards in Starke ; the Buddy Stokes family visited for a few days. Daisy who is on Welfare. May God b I.I pHrt of this 'committee according fall: with new determination ands frs ...
.1 and Mrs. Guy Harrell and for a ,week. I|i !tnem in the afternoon. The 4-11 club wishes 'to thank ctnt1I: to give'you,'health and i t to the recently adopted const1tntion. !irit to improve our church and ]I

daughters spent a-*few days in Salt i I. 'Uf cpl: ;' Ann Vickery and Mary '| Mrs: Reed Lewis and-daughters' the people for the cooPer tion in strength to serve humanity inthis i, The district meeting will drive and go forward together. : 666nr EF.1IIIt

.. Springs recently. Shannon Starrs of De- Funiafcspiings Debbie and Reeda of Starke' were iheir bake sale.. The money from : very fine way. "We are our i be held on October 12th 'at this Mrs. Annette Phillips usher of ,
'" Mrs. Edna Hayes,--Mr. and Mrs. ": were the weekend guestsof Wednesday guests of .Mrs. C. L.' the sale will be used to re-decor- b brothers keeper.rStatf ." same school. The theme approvedby cur church and her new daugh-

1. Wayne Hayes and 'Mr:*and Mrs. Miss Linda Green. Atkin.<:on. .' ,. a> the community centen "- reporter. the committee was: "UnifyingOur !'
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O. c. Hayes of Gainesville and ,_ Irsw! Ruth Barnett anL son Al; Tommy Raulerson visited Mr. Increased. .. School Enrollment Efforts to Improve Instruction. .
... Mr and Mrs. N. 0...-ft 'were' ler of Miami are visiting the G.I end Mrs. Clyde' Roberson.m Lakeland .yyyyyl.y.y. y TY...... August, 31 brought a larger en- :, ." The Keynote Speaker will I ,ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 III:!

last weekend and Was ac- r"')lment for the first day this V Bob Gates. Field Representative .

;I companied home by the'Kobersons GRAHAM year'than last. We reached a total r for N. D- A. and on leave as ; F' '1- .
|who spent the \weekend'with Mrs. cf 806 for the county in ourschools. Director of Special Education for

I I Rachel Green and the Dick Raul- The" breakdown the State Dept. of Education. .,
SAMPLE BALLOT I .. S'-. JUn. John McKinney was as I
I jerFon family. J foHows: Hampton, grades 1-2-3- CHURCH NEWSAntioch I

.,, GENERAL ELECTION Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Wood and & .,,.u.u.u..u.... total 34 pupils, Thurston. grades Baptist Church I You'll!! notice 'a ctiangt! :

.,. sor' 'Craig of Jacksonville were Weeke'fuTvfsitors' home 12total 34 pupils: RJE and Antioch Baptist Church. Rev. I .
at the
i Friday' night guests 6f' ttie''W.'E.Bigham and'Mrs Jenkins Eelementary total 523, George W. Lee pastor will hold regular : r. If; .
Starke Bradford County Florida 01 Mr. : John McKinriey j
I and communion services Sunday ;
Jr. family Saturday grades 1-12 and special education;
v'ere Mr. and ?sirs: J. D. McKin- I
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cfternoon Mr. and Mrs Sonny Anderson' Jr. Hi. 215, grades 1-9. :starting with Sunday School at when change to
SEPTEMBER 8 1959 ncy. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willis of
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f Dukes and children of Lake Butler Chiidersburg, Ala., and 'Henryouri'rb'ood' Many of, the pupils have not returned Ia. m. Supt. Clarence Williams I you .
? : visited the Bighams. ., _" from vacations and are in charge. Morning service will beheld i -
Z. T.Youngblood,
To vote for person whose name is printed on the We \II'ere'sorry to see the.Frank expected to enroll after Labor at 11 a. m. President Louisa : .
I and ; Davis, all'of Sarasota.
jE..t '
ballot, mark a cross' (X) in the square at the RIGHT of Tinny family arid Mrs. Byford Day; We predict that this figure Brown is asking all members to' 5DKoolmotorOiI
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney and
the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. y i,; King and sons move from our children oT Gainesville, Fred Sherman will go to one thousand before theerm be in the choir stand at 11 in
midst and hope they 'will be very ;; ends.HolidayLabor. uniformS: Remember: thi is the ,I 9 '- -
of Tampa and Horace Mc- *.t?f. ** -fJ"J Jv
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happy their new home in Gaftri Day anniversary month for our choir
FOR MAYORFor Kinney of Starke.
;i tiville. Part of our job is.sharing someof Let's get together and have a '
Two Years' Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.P. !
,. Vote for One ry B.
fO'see(
It'sure seems nice G. :' O. Starling' have been Rev.aid the school days with parents. g"at anniversary program. The
',. Cilson 'able to be out .after his Tae first holiday will be Monday, choir will not operate in connec-
I 'I 1 MrsBilly Bryant, MrsDelia
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r WILLIAM T. JACKSON recent accident. Sept. 7. We'are asking parents to *ien with the adult education program -
I I I II. O'Steen and 'family of"High I I
I !I'.(and '|'Mrs. Archie Waters of Springs have children observe: this day Arafa Williams reporter. t
and Mrs. L. Hines of 1. Increased gasolene mileage
,. : I I :Worthihgton Springs dud Mr. and Gainesville.' I csrefullv]! and Jto safe.jplaces.! so Ebenezer'_ ,.Baptist Chnrcir -..-,. ;
r I Mrs. Al 'Rain of High" SpringS that they will be able to return Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.
I Bobby Sherency and grandsonof 2. increased,e"gineP.OYie'
? visited! Mrs! Mamie Hodges during "
Tampa' visited friends and I j I-
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I. .FOR.ALDERMAN the"'weekend. l. : f' ,
i relatives fn Graham recently.
3. Decreased consumption
,II I v-. (Group; No. 4)) Mrs. Doris Chambers and friend N. J. Davfs'is in Riverside Hospital VOTE FORF. .

.N For Two Years Vote for One I were Friday night dinner guests Jacksonville, and Horace ". ,,,_. ;. yo 4. Decreased engine knock
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of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Cam Js in Bradford County HosjritalMrs. % ) _

a I i! I i W. Hodges Sr. ..' Maude Surrency is ill ,
S. RUBY JOHNS I II I I I II Mr. and Mrs. Lamar 'Hall *of r at, her home.. EARL MILESFOR 5. Decreased engine wear

i I Gainesville visited her gTandmo h- Mr. and Mrs. G. w. McKinneyand : \
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i er, Mrs. Amanda Le-is Sunday.... .., children of Jacksonville were .
I I Mrs. H. E. Stokes. Mrs./H. P-- weekend guests of the Roy Star- : Cities Service t 50 1Co lni tot

and Mrs. Mattif'owells r # err'
Gainey act1iJ the.art'of
0/doe* set .

FOR(Group'ALDERMAN No. 5)) .A.,..:.......... ...IIio.t.YT..y..y..yyyy .-._....YYYYT..TYT.' ..,. 'f- ,.. if'lOW' -.\ J .. of t''grad&ofmcto.otflb'tr D rK .

For Two years. Vote for-One NEWS OF IIJT[ ESTrTO COLORED give y6tf tn&CHnthri profectwh1

,/ I r BRADFORD Cttiic l F OF POL1CE t for'JtatrtmgT iari -&P;"and

.1 JEFFERSON DOYLE I I CITIZENS OF COUNTYBy crohing::the three dailv drrf

.NI I, I I Ozora SheD i- ins rangest 1 { }

JAMES A. LEWIS I I II iI AAAAAAaaaaaaaaa---------- . . . .. ....._.._.._.-.... -. -. -._. -----aaaaaaaaA. . . VOTE., 'FOR AQUALIFIED ,.
STOP /IN THIS WEEK/ ,
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Adult EducationA pkins, principal t of RJE. Do l't delay MAN ; '

I I planning meeting was held Carnation', enroll Clnb tod ). SILCOX' !

v FOR this week by L. H- Gibson, direct'or '
CHIEF OF .
POLICE The annUal Cinderella -
Ban and "
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For Two Years Vote for One of Adult Education Program at Record Hop will be'held Vt' RJE Starke, FJa. i
N, RJE High School. He said that eafetoriuni on Friday. Sept. 4. Your Vote and Support Will Be i

/,N I t C'Iursesleading to 'a high school Johnny Shaw. outstanding M.. C. I '" ? ,Y i
Itr, BEN C. HOLTZENDORF, SR. I II I II diploma will be offered to persons I aol disc'jockey' of JackS riv111f !I dT15frcf
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will b-z charge of the prdgraaiand ... Appreciated, 4.
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o f
who-ha\'e married! or dropped tj music. ...... ... l .
a EARL'F. MILES I I II or older ..I The general public Is .... ;: --
AnYone-16 years
of school. .
I II most cordially invited to attend. Ji
I I may enroll. All'\'teachers must Get your admit early fcy. giving' .
RILEY SWEAT I be certified in the''subjects they yrour'donation to one"of the club "

-r, teach. Music class'wffl not be held m mb rs. 'WHO WILL'BE ABLE i
II I I ; EARN
AD YOUR HiGH SCHOOL
that'reason.: DIPLOMA
I I this year for TO: WEAR THE GLASS SLIPPER
Antioch and Calvary
'I members of ? Who will be Cinderella?
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Churches 'who enrolleS last year President W. Brooks and her
FOR CITY CLERK; TREASURER, TAX ASSESSORAND are strongly purged to select an- numbers will be expecting you i

",i TAX COLLECTOR other'' course. Courses given are hi droves and dozens with all your ATTENDING EVENING CLASSES

-,. For Two Years Vote'for One moral and spiritual foundations;. lends and cousins. A. R. Jen- .

.I.MI sexing, reading, miing; spelling, kins, reporter.Fiesta .

MERRILL I I English, mathematics, history and Social Club AVAILABLE TO ANY ADULT MARRIED STUDENTS AND ANYONE 16
EDWARDS I I II typing or others. A small' fee of The last regular meeting of the ,

YIM I I $2 per course'is all that For is further required Fiesta Club were' held at the homeof YEAR OF AGE: AND OVER WHO_ IS ;NOT ENROLLED IN THE REGULAR
T. C. (CLIFF) HAZEN, JR. I II I II for the entire year. Mr. and Mrsl: Eugene Blye.
Eddie Thom-
information contact 1'he agenda was covered by presi- DAY-PROGRAM.
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I"N. I mE RIGHt Pot T.'fo3., foe dent Holland after which a de-

.,, 1N way you write. come.Jl*5UJ e- ic'ous: meal was served by the Progress At Your Own Speed.
., lavorlt ESrlmBROOH hostess. All members agreed that
,r rV / .... led your TtJ -"* Gladys is a good cook. The next 16' credits need for a Diploma.. Credit may be granted for:

.N .- "' Fountain Pen.. iyeting will be held on Sept 25 A. military experience. ((2 credits per year""of service.)., B. specialized"e'xDerienfes (7._. nasfittKT .,nmnr Yipn.
m -u -
m --r --y y----'ueo V V.ny'%n..n
.ti 1 1 ".. at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Har- sive tests on various subjects, and D. credits you have previously earned will count on your diploma rep -
...' 1 Young. The sick committeewas
.-. 1 S R Sa ry quirements.
pleased to report .that Gloria '
'I S
,. I Basic Requirements:
1n Graham \\'as'at home recovering
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4 from surgery and getting along 1 credit American History and Government, 1 credit Civics, World History, or Spanish, 1 credit Mathematical -

.. just fine. She is expected to be 1 credit General) Science, 3 credits English, and 9 credits of elective subjects.
able to attend the next meeting.
1N" She: is the club reporter. This Length of Classes and Costs :

.1 news was released by vicepresident Class s will vary from 1 to 3 hours each (depending on the subject) and will meet once or twice weekly

? Ethel Young. selective evenings; a $2.00 registration fee will be charged for each course. The student will furnish

r- Weekend Visitors his own supplies. ,
V. 1 The Harry Youngs were pleasedto
have relatives visit them duringthe Courses: 1

m 1{ past- weekend- They were Mrs. English Mathematics, Science, History, Civics,-Spanish, Business-: subjects, Homemaklrfg, Health and
.
''i 4- Joyce Coleman, Leola Whitaker First Aid Home' Nursing Industrial Arts? Mechanical Drawing Electronics, Public Speaking, Horticulture -

.lit II> ., and ami:Frances Oh'thetreturn Whitehead trip all they'weieacco1 of Mi- hid Landscape Gardening, Civil Defense courses, and many others for high' school[ VredU.: Hand.

itlI ,. : 1pa ed'by Sophia Brown' writing, Reading and Arithmetic are also available. English for foreign-born and Citizenship classes
'demand of sufficient number of students.
." 'sister 'of Ethel Young, who. was i'on a

visiting from Pittsburg. After a Instruction:
vieek'm: Miami Mrs- Brown'will
Individualized instruction by certified teachers.
1 g' back to Pittsburg. She is a native -
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'FlOridian '- -
: Registration: ''' e

,. 1S. A American'According'to/'Legion: C Commander Meeting Julius APPLY NbW. Fill in the information requested below cotton dotted line; and mail t 'AUill..T EDUCATION1 .

N I.. wwra '. 1r z :.. tt Royal of Post 314 there will be a DIRECTOR. BOX 1150. STARKE FLORIDA. YOURYegistration wmdetermihVlIAT" classes
N, -- ; nCmeethirof the Auxiliary and will be offered on "'HAT.evenings. You will be notified promptly when-classes''scheduled. Don't de-

Pmt: President L. M. Royal} of the lay. MAIL NOW.

.N. Auxiliary to Pat' 314 is asking all ...'.....". . . . ......................_. ..... ...,_ .. . . . ......... . .. .. .......... ... .. ..__. ...

rr, members to be present and on (Please PRINT.)

,. ,time: The important feature of
1M NAME 1 _____ __________________ TELEPHONE ________
"NATURALLY WE HAVE A CHECKING :tiiis meeting win be the presenta- --- --------------------- _______
tion'of the Charter for Boy Scouts (first) (middle) (last)
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"NN ACCOUNT. '- DOESN'T_ EVERYONE11\ is of America sponsored' ,- -Troop this No., orjranization.St.afarins 7which. ADDRESS. _____. ________-___________________________-______________1_ 1_
r ,\ 0 =- ': '
(numberand'street'orronte and box
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I k B. T. IrfarshalCSr. (city)
I*** I Most smart folks lo.They know.thatpayingby 1 if', scoutmaster 'and' has done "a ENCIRCLE: Mr., Miss, Mrs, ENCIRCLE: White. Negro. Other. .

Ht1, 1., check,instead of running the risk of carrying !?-, wondfuIIob-fof severar years"Cbtalnander'Royalas NOTE: white''students will attend classes atthe! USO Building and the facilities of Bradford County High
N an .
so much cash is the sensible thing to do., t members to please; be asking present School; Negro students' will attend 'the facilities of RJ.E. High School '
.**. I post' i ENCIRCLE all evenings you can attend classes regularly: :
1 It also saves time gives automatie.rerf it this meeting. Mrs Ethel Young
-- you : a aceipts .
t' b membership chairman for the I MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
'.5 1 and gives you'a pennanent.rec nroVol f r :Auxiliary and is''asking,old members List in the order of YOUR preference the subjects you wish to study.

1M I spent tEn joy,''the.advantages.f for renewals'and inviting newniembershipsk
l money ; l For further inf ond'ation -' 1. ____. ---________-2. -_-___: ---------- --_3., _.--_________________
checking account with us
I you may contact your chairman 4. ---- _5. ____6. _
1 '. by letter or phone. -. ------- __________

If..II ,. Good News .... PREVIOUS SCHOOLING. Last grade attended__________ Year______ s Name and location of last school attended .
tit .- FLORIDA "It is more blessed to give thanto I

/?,.. I IL' receive." The call for help for. ____ .__ ______________ -___________ ______
2 Daisy Chandler of South stake
1I. was"answered by Rev. George W. Number of credits earned__________,Number of years military service (if any) ___________

r .BANK AT STARKE . Lee- Sr.. pastor of-Antioch and
.. '- An Inexpensive Educational Opportunity Provided For You by the Bradford County Board of Public Instruction

w N ., On,.!*JW BaD.b.of. ,the.FloridaiXaHoaaUGronp Member Federal Depos1&.IJIsaraDe&.CNp.--.... Brown Calvary member Churches of,Antiocft-Bap-and Willie* ;-. -. .. -na' ." '- -_ ....--._- .t

,. list Church.- Both mn-are'1xi. i

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THURSDAY. : SEPT. s, 1959 -- BRADTORTJ COUNTY-1ttEQbPIr
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I 1 FIRST cmnsbAN CHt RGH=r "HOPE:BAPTIST' fHTJRCH son Kcttrf wereMr.. and Mrs. B. !''Mrs. R. Morgan last Wtdhcs--j Mrs. Emilcne Moycr and small- HT. GRn Norman.

Cot; UaU find-C6ttilih, ) I PauT'W?Hurray-: ;;pastor.- "Sevpn K' Godwin and family of Jack slay son Bruce returned to her home Mr. and. Mrs. R. L. Moran
Mnister: Bob>>' J:. BiJ eU miles south of Starke on S.. R,100. sonville. '
Mr and Mrs. Clinton Norman'of tn Washington. D. Sunday after and daughters, Joyce and Judjcre
Sunday-Sunday-,- 9r45 Sunday School, iO' *XCL.; Worship Weekend guests ofMr.: and Mrs.
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,CHURCH NEWS a.m.; Worship, 10:45; Youth Ser Service.; 11 ajn: Traininf Purvis Green and family vrere Mr. Jacksonville visited Friday spending two weeks< with her visited Sunday afternoon by
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\1ccs, Jtmion Chi'Rho tIp to 111 Union 7"pjn.; Evening-worship, _I and Mrs. R. Carroll of evening wtth Clinton's parents.Mr. mother. Mrs. Annie Kelly and her Mr. and Mrs;:. JeiretV Law of
5 pmChi Rho [11 to-131) 6 p.m.. pjn. Miami. j I and Mrs. Prank Norman. btother. Scobie Kelly and other Gainesville.Well .

t j C.Y-P. [H. upj, 6 PAr; Choir Wednesday Prayer' meeting Saturday overflight guests of :i Clinton and his wife have just relatives. During the past week- that's about mU for
practice 6:45.WednesqayJunior. Mr. and'Mrs. J. D..Gaskins were guess
: 7:30: pjnvExeryone1- en< her brother and family. Mr.
returned from Louisana where
tnis time. Sorry I missed'' writing
Choir practice -' welcome tev. and Mfs. Otis T. Jones of" and Mrs. Gene Kelly of
Zephyr-
} At;The Tabernacle St Mark Episcopal 3 ; 1rr1en. they. enjoyed their vacation. 4 hills last wetk, you'll forgive me won't
p.m.- visited
1 Weekend guest of the R. L.; ? May the good and
you almighty
\, Familiar old hymns were used I Her; RajvtMad & at.cB1aIa CHURCH_ OF CHRIST St. Edward's CatheUe ChnrebStarke Mr and Mrs. Mallory Morganof Morgan was heir niece Miss' Miss Patricia Jones of O'Brien God forever bless each of..you. ..

t in services at the Gospel Tabernacle Sunday Services 9:45 a.m., a L. OvHtorf Jr. Minister- Mass at, FletaziSunday 10 a: m. White-. ,.- prings... visited'Mr. and 'aye Morgan of Jacksonville. t.as overnight guest of Mr. and bye now. I
'
I Church School; 11:00 am. Morning -,
last Sunday when the ,
Sunday
morning amnoay School 10
and Sermon. UoIyday:Masses fct 1:30'a; m: it .
* subject was "Music" and i its. Prayer I II I a. mn mornins..service, 11 a, m. 5:30 p.. m: _

r efect on society throuh; the]I Holy Communion-Firdl Sunday evening service, 6:30: p. m. WeekdayMass at 8:00'L: m. 3 :1I I I
11:00 a-m.; Third Sunday,
Confessions -
I' : Saturday to 8

)\ ages-New enrollments were welcomed -!1':30 Wednesday am. -7:00 p.m. Choir HAMPTON CHURCH CHRISTIAN o.Baptisms m marriages and in* THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH.I'

in the Bible School duririz -|j I Practice; 7:45 p.m. Litany and Sunday Bible Schoof, 10 a. structions by appointment;

t the morning hour. Bible Study.'HAMPTON I I m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; .I '

I' I Evening service 7 p. m, and Prayer II Grace }Methodist Church Lawtey ?
I! LA\VTEY-CHURCH'OF CHRIST sf s, BAPTIST CHURCH I meetng every Tuesday at 7130: ,I SondayChurth School for all

( (('I'ntly meeting in City Hall I Welcome to First Baptist p. m. John White, pastor. ages, 10 a. m.; Morning Worship, .

f l1'1ay..tnble study, 10 a. m., i Church Hampton. 111 a. m.; Evening song and sermon I Iy

9t)raIJp, 11 a. m.EvrtlfngYoung. Sunday6undarv School. lOa. CHURCH LAITm OF JESUS, CHRIST I service, 8" p. mWednesdayYouth ''' ... I people' Bible m.: Morning Worship. 11 a. m.: DAY SAINTS I Fellowship, .
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t 'in!tv; 7: preaching, 730. Training Union 7 p. m.: Evening Services each Sunday a\ oM :8'p. m.Chimes.

1 Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 Worship, 8'p. m. Masonic Hall'011'r. Call'St. Sun- are played every Sun- l$ 1I
: p. m.RMi9. Wednesday-Prayer meeting, 8 lay' School V\ 'ant Sacrament day morning and evening Every! I &
service$:30 J/IJ
( program- Station p. m. ;' p. a. Everyone- welcome one welcome. gjHflP
1 WFU. 3 M:iiday. 6:3p a. m. Pastor Rev. W. P. McElroy. ;

vyTyInnntyRtlvs '. t

FIRST BAt'1ZST'CHuInp rncw BIVER) i ; : '4-\'<,,. -_ _.
BAPTIST: Church-h Starlie Sunday'School, 10'a: ia. Worship i IU LilROiN'N; :- ." I .12 n at 1t

" ,."- .. -':'.. 'Uoat..l1'a.o m. Evenmjt Sere
I Rev. Lewis D. Haines! Pastor a. 1 i p'm: :,Prtyfp"Meitmgeae.tV >! : By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy I

bin.-: a** .
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, : Jefferson, and Court Streets In the Heart of Town ". ''" 7:3tt' ': .aaaaa.ua..aaa..aaa.
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: Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium. WO 92301A iIIGIILANTPBAI'TISr Howdy Neighbors, well"school
j "" CHURCH davs are here again. Yes sir, Monday ..,--.a-.r4r

1 ; SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00. A.M. 7:30 P.M.' Sunday Schoor VMS" a. m was the big day and the'cl1il-

i \fofnlnE'WorshlK: ; 11 'a, m. and dren accepted the' situation Indifferent a
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. r:30p.'nu: Prayer Meeting each'' ways, some were excited s

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. and happy while others were disturbed -
"Midweek Service 7:30 P.M.A .
Wednesday t r 9 i IR
George"CWsm pastor. Everybody "and'58 and afewdidn'tcare _

FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU welcome. for the idea at all. As for _
I.ne mothers they can be describe
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH in one "word "exhausted." __ _

Sunday School 8:45: a. m.; Morn Speaking of this subject, hope

-- ing Worship 11 a. m. Training all of the elementary parents were r

Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship able to attend the first meetingof

8:00: p. m. Midweek'Prayer the elementary PTA held Tuesday -
You Just "Naturally"Most Get the
Service Wednesday 730p.: m. evening of this week: If you

Everyone welcome. couldn't come to this meeting

Hot Water When Heating ORAHAM please try to attend next month's

meeting. Mrs. H. H. Rabb, president ,
BAPTIST CHURCH welcomes each of you. THE CHURCH-FOR- ALl .-n
with SLADE GAS! Sunday School; 10 a. m. Morning The Heilbronn Home Dcmon- ALl FOR THE <;HlRCIti
Worship, 11 a. ,
m.
Training tratiOn ,
Union 6:30 p. in. "Jvenlng! Worship club will begin holding \' ... ___. _. 'TTx a-d..d.ePtemc boor c*
7:30 meetings soon and we- hope to i t. 1.vtGttTY. GOD, in-Whose lore and eternal tare _nh toe dtc braUinf of ckinctrt...
Purchase A : p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant bring' you a report concerningsame. this "., Id' has found its Kit meaning ad 1 t 1Mt&J Crtjwndiipw It in MottbouM of .
pastor '
10-Year Warranty dlallpyj bless this-House. sprawl *hm. Without a tnonf.
We- Chun..MitMrlkmocnq nor cmltatioo -
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are thankful that '
KlNGm.EF LAKE very our In the exercise cf a holy freedom our people have ca wcvrvc.There ttc foul ..oaadtllosen
(L GAS MISSIONARY BAPTIST pastor Rev. Otis T. Jones of Heil that man.who. with .his .helpmate here.abides TMKXU wbt cvcrr ptrwn should a, \'
t Soiday school 9:45 aan. Morn- bronn Church has recovered from Whether support or oppose his policies; lead US't.* Kitd wmcci rtirularlf n4 Mppoct At.
ng TTcrabJp!: 11 a.m. his recent illness and was able to opfeoW him in his sacred duty to the preservation of t Church Thcy'RdnFocla.ur.c.( '

:,.. HOT WATER Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Evening Meeting fill the pulpit this past Sunday. oat Coa6titutioa and the safeguard of oar liberties, (2) foe h ctutditn't ale. 0) For the I
i Hev. Jones .kc of b_ and (4)
brings '
each inspiring messages comauimr nanon.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. Strengthen! him and his counsellors in the fulfil .
For the take of he CO.rda..lf..d
ne welcome.-Kev.- H. H. Mott each Sunday with fine congregational ment. .of, their trust.. Enlighten both his. supporters ftccdt_ Bool sad Biatenal
r HEATER pastor. singing; under the and hisloyal opposition in every search for the best *urport;.
leadership of chorister. Russell I Rotation the problems that beset our nation and our Pt..toeotochutchtt6ulacataduN.1...
;F5 .+ B3WAY CHAPEL': Raiding with Mrs. Lamar Reddish world. Preserve the .peace, never letting the flame of, ,.u Bshttd.d"freedoat ........
FOR I -flicker for moment in hearts. ,
one our
ASSEMBLY OF GODG. at the piano plus special singing. Dq' 'Ioc CtytaTfm*

.. M. Osboree Pastor Won't you plan now to be with And'guide i the'families of'our land to the Sources state Bcbmi'Mowltr J* is
Sunday School 10 .. m. MornIng us this Sunday we will try very of Light and Life and Love, multiplying the influence III&I"1 u.3
4.95DOWN Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic hard to make'you glad you came of the Bible) : extending the witness of the Church w.t Tanrfmr,. y Fgbana' r a tl Ia
Service, 7:45 our way. Don't forget prayer that the blessing we invoke, upon this House may. nlrldar RooantMaithev c terns
m.
p. Thursday
permeate every-bvme-in-a dedicated America. ffldey s yt tcsaadar
weekly prayer service. Invitation meetings every Wednesday even- : Jaa. tu 1 -
extended to everyone.. ing at 8 p. m. J. "
3, AND In way of other announcements. '-
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CHURCH OF GOD j nursery is being started at the C__"' .....Y.3M+r,iv S Lf.. < rrt -
1. We Pay the Sales Tax Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning I i i church. If you have a play-pen ,

,,,, 2. Free Gas Installation Worship, 11 a. m.* Sundaj I crib or other nursery articles that ... .. ..
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3. No Carrying Charges Evening Service. 7:45 p.m. YPE I you aren't using and would like : H

Service WedaesJay. 7:45 p. m !' to donate to .he chifrch nursery ."/ .......Ab.,...... !
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m please contact Mrs. R. L. '
For Cooking --- nothing beats LAWTCT Morgan or your old reporter. f -- L# -

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Very glad to report that Corne- These Vital
Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
SLADE GAS!(f Ing Worship, 11 a, m. YPE Service lius Moore, who has been very .
Saturday, 7:30 p. a. ill is better. He is still in Brad-

ford County Hospital. May we I
HETLBRONX tills;/O \ART continue to pray in his behalf. t I
JOHN A. TORODE
BAPTIST CHURCH Also may we pray for Mrs. L- GASOLINE' GREASE; .
C. Sapp and William Crosby, who -- .
In Sunday Schoor, 10 a. m. Morning FUEL OIL '
KEHOSENELUBRICATION
DISTRIBUTOR TORFIRESTONE"
J have returned from hospitals recently -
......... I Worship, 11 a. m. Evening
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....... and for Charlie
Cowart:
..asst.........__ Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training MINERAL
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Midweek vho broke his foot Thursday I

Prayer Meeting, Wednes morning. OILS SPIRITS
day 7:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon.guests of Mr. t
ntr tnd Mrs. R. L. (Bill Reddish_. and
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NORTH HIDE !. Tie Circuit Court Of Bradford TIRES J. INSECTICIDES
l' BAPTIST CHURCH ("...fT, Florida. IB r b..rwJane ..._ f f.. =-1'
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@ ((O # G. Lowery Plaintiff, vs. Ales '
ors Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Lowery, Defendant. FOR KEROSENtflmiFUEL: OIL.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Worship, 11 a. m. Training .
-' =-- Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening' Wor- Florida Tn The To Name-Of: The State Of Madison i and Cherry- St. 'PHONE "Oi 9-2011 Starke, Flair :

.. ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Alt: : Lvwtry, RA :f:&!!;fi. Hq .f .
I Wednesday; 7:30 p. m. Everyone and Hdq Coo nth Signal Kn. APt
:(. C/o P.SI., San Francisco California. -
I 'elcome.ReT.. H. R. Carter, -

Pastor. You arc hereby notified that a '
HUBBARD
:
suit fur divorce and custody and RALPH
W. T. JACKSON]: '
support of children has been WESTERN AUTO
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
brought against you by Jane U. .' '( i \. .
Tax
Incoce
Bookkeeping and
Lawtey Lowery In the above styled Court ';
A. E Massey. Pastor and cause and you are hereby sumtuoatd Mayor of Starks Associate Store .
ordered and required to file Service
1 : _. :
Bible school 10 a m. guar written answer or defenses to l.t
, Preaching. 11 a. m. the complamt In raid cause! in the
office of the Clerk of the aboenaintd .
Evening:; Service 1:30 p m. Court In the County CourtHouse t
1 Bible Study and Prayer MeetJig. Starke. Florida on or be- GE;

f 1' 7:30 p m, Wednesday. rup fo"e> October thereof upon I35S.Hofiis and V.to Knight.serve a Denmark Furniture Co. ). M'S am Rosenberg & Sonf .

Radio program, 8 to 8:30 Lu. plaii.tifrs attorney. whose address J E WE-IJ. RTN. .
before said
is 5-tarke. FloriUa on or
each Sunday over station date: Otherwise! decree pro confesso! Of Starke. \ New and Used FurnitureEDWARDS

\ .vRGR. Starke.PENTECOSTAL will This be order entered t.ban.against,. you.published ,'U, L. WOODBURN {

weekly for four consecutive weeksin VI
iI t : HOLINESS Pr dTord County Telegraph a .
duly qualified newspaper publishedin -
CHURCH,
For Only $10 Down and $10 MonthlyYou Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning Witness paid County.mv hand and .the seal of I
at Starke.Florida, this ? J & J. FARMHOME
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic !aid Court .
26th day of August. 1>39.iCmCUIT
Can Purchase An .
services 7:30 p.' m ,COl'HT SEAL)
and Market
Wednesday Prayer Meeting CHARLES! A. DARBY Grocery Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto upply,
AUTOMATIC GAS RANGE 7:30 Clerk of said Court I I
p. m. r :i 4t S/li oj I I
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With Lifetime Guarantee Burners. Low Cost of Fuel -- .
Low The perfect tribute to
Upkeep Faster Cooking. r ,

1. WE PAY THE SALES TAX! a cherished memory I Community Stat< Bank HARDY 'BROTHERS BROWNLEE.

I 2. FREE INSTALLATION t t I'M 'r i ; ,

3. NO CARRYING CHARGE! Every funeral that we eon I Of Starke, .. Motor" Company & ,CHASTEEN, '
. duct is a source of sustaining ;
solace and I __
FOR ALL YOUR HEATING NEEDS spiritual inspira ...
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( GO GAS SLADE GAS t Hundreds details are managed'and economical 'WARREN'Sc SMITTY"S

1 l ly attended to that.Ofttj a trained and carero* Grocery and Market. c .

organization can perform when the urgent need LAWSON Station Barber Shop I t tI
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J for..serving-is! at.hand.DeWITT.. f' t -


r Slade Gas Go. .. C. JONES- -- .

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE'I : TERW1LLEGAIS
I GIB BROWN'SService GUY ANDREWS
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO -
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PHONE WO 4. 551 W. farnfeU the hlgbeafr type service: -at lowest prices sad wceyfri Rea1* t Estate MOTORS

ANY life Insurance policy IB force, baaed by ANY company, M Station; t *
1 -li YourAuthorized Ford Dealer
NEXT DOOR TO WINN-DIXIE payment bi part or fa IuD ea funeral services.'no ODualtatIntrTIM .
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TWELVE BKAUtGRD COUNIk rELEuRAPn: TAR
&E. FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPT. 3. 1939LZUYTEY ]

9YY yyyyyyyyyyy .yy. (family of Houston, Texas Mr. and.her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.I .yyyyyyyy r ---- \
;, Mrs. J. E. Anderson and family,,H. R. Crawford. I several months sea duty with the I I Padgett of Jacksonville, recent I, nicely. ,
I
i
U. S. Navy aboard the bride.
Independ- Games
11-s. S. L. Towery and R. C. Keene !, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis and were: played Bob Nolan of Seville stopped by
MAXVILLE *ce. The boat is due in the 9ODRIVEIN
port throughout evening and prizes
i i for I
and children of Jacksonville, and family were Sunday guests of the i a visit with his mother. Mrs. I
[i!Mrand Mrs. I TVesday.Mr. I 1 were awarded- large number of Hattie Nolan and
Vanis Keene and Willie Carter family of Lake City. family Mondaye
87 Mn. Joyce T. Raich j and Mrs. Waters and
f Roy
g'icsts enjoyed this occasion. After
By Mrs. B. Nolan ,
family of Glen St. Mary enjoyed Mr: and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson C. I route to Billiard and Jackson- THEATRE
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe 'a get-together with Mrs. Nancy and the Leon Wilkerson's Sunday family: of Jacksonville visited the honoree opened her many attractive v'lle.I : .
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I Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy Wa- gifts, refreshments were On Route U. S. 90
executive committee of the Keene and the Allen Hart familyon nests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald .. ters and I A large crowd of friends gathered -
I family. served.
Parent Teachers Association met Sunday. Ba lien tine and Herman Pringle of and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson : at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BALDWiN FLA. .
In the office of Principal James I Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as .1 Jacksonville.Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Claude?1 I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of I I Shower For Mrs. Taylor I E.1 Wilkinson and family last Saturday Show Time 7:45 P.M. (

Temple",Tuesday evening and I guests during the week Mrs. Helen and Mrs. Carlton Craft and Green Mr. and Mrs. George Mos-I'Jacksonville and little Davy By- Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Mrs. i 1 night fcr a peanut boiling.
made plans for the first PTA I ianchard Nasworthy of White family spent last week with his ley and children,Mrs. Lavem Lucas |I ford visited Sunday afternoon James Coleman entertained at the i ITA 3Ieet Fri., Sat. Sept. 4, 5 1
meeting which will be held Tuesday -i House, and Mr. and Mrs. Everitt mother, Mrs. Maggie Craft in and children and Mrs. Pat :!twit! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett home of Mrs. Griffis Thursday: The Maxnlle PTA is scheduled

Sept 8 at 8 p. m. Our new i burney of Jacksonville. Pensacola.Mrs. Parrish spent the afternoon at and family. night, August 27, with a miscellaneous f hold its first meeting Wednes- APACHE
president Mrs. R. E. Lee. I Mr. and Mrs. Levin Griffis and Woodrow Smith and family Hampton Lake Sunday swim- Wayne Coody of Baldwin, C. B. shower, honoring Mrs. (iiy. Sept 9, at the school. All
all parents to attend and urges i I the Bob Wheeler family visited of Waycross Ga., were week- ming, boating and water skiing. Carter of Clay Hill and Alvin Pad- V'nce Taylor, recent bride. Games j parents are urged to attend.
make.make this the best help ,I Mr. and Mrs. Landon Griffis in end guests of Mrs. Annie Bray Mrs. Daisy"Padgett and daughter gett visfted in Madison Sunday were played and prizes awarded. Revival Services TERRITORYWith
year we
have had. Jacksonville on Saturday. ird the Carl Vanzant family. Mrs. Bonnie visited in: Highland I'nth I Wayne's family. r After the honoree opened her Revival services are being held
Mr. "and Mrs. Floyd Kemp Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt Bray went home with them for a Friday afternoon with Mrs. Irene), Mrs. Dorothy Waters, and Ed i I many gifts, refreshments were this week at Long Branch Baptist RORC.oLHOUS
their three children of and i and family were Sunday guests of Austin and family. I)lard Bubbie Waters visited Mac served to a large crowd of friends. Ch'irch and services are also being PLUS -

Va. visited his father. W. P.Belview Kemp, j Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Southerlandin visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Arvis Kirklandand Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and I clenny) Saturday with Mrs. Waters' The many friends of Johnny held at Orange Street Baptist THE MONTE
on Monday.Mr. Lake Butler. family spent Thursday with family of Jacksonville visited Sun- parents: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reh- Lomax will be interested to learn Church in Baldwin. The public is
and Mrs. I Miss Loretta Crawford spent Ivfts. Kate Goodman of Cuthbert, day afternoon with Mrs. Dorothy that he has returned home from cordially invited to attend these CARLO STORY
Billy Keene. and I last week in Jacksonville with I Waters and family. I. berg.Bonnie and Alvin Padgett visit- the hospital and is getting along services.Riteh's ttllh Marlene Dietrich!
Ga.Mr. 1 I
and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight and I ed their grandmother, Mrs. Zettie
daughter were Sunday guestsof family of Baldwin visited Mr. and Padgett in Highland. Saturday.C. I Sun., Mon Sept. 6, 7
THANK YOUFor Mrs. Penny Griffis in Maxville. Mrs. Harry Padgett and family B. Carter of Clay Hill was an Fruit & Gifts StarkeJ F1a
I Mrs. Katie Padgett is visiting Sunday. overnight guest of Alvin Padgett The LightIn
relatives:!) in Lake Wales. Mrs. Harold Parrish is spendinga last Saturday night. 1 I r .'

the wonderful support and confidence you have Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish few days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Dorothy Waters, Ed, Linda : ,

shown in my services as a member of your City Council hid as Sunday guests Mr. and I Lucas and family while awaiting I and Bubble and Alvin Padgett I I The ForestFess
:Mrs. EP.. Sheetz and Misses the' return of her husband from 1 visited in Jacksonville Saturday
Jeanette Cook and Rosemary morning. ttniou.LE, Aile + Parker, Joanne Dm
I appreciate the fact that I have no opposition in the Sheetz of Jacksonville.Mrs. ind family of, Ft. Pierce and Mr.I We are very glad that Jim God- I I ..aaaRlKS7CwR tt..t ,l, wl Sti PLUS -
and Mrs. Jason Hilliard
John Shuford and Dave and family ,
forthcoming City Election win has improved and is
and will continue to serve and Miss Nancy Rivers of! now The INCREDIBLE
to the best of had as guests during the weekendDr. home from the Ed Fraser Memorial -
you ability with honesty fairness
my Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lee and family of Miami, Mr.
I Hospital in Macclenny. SHRINKING MANGrant
and .impartiality. J. Gaskins, Saturday.Mrs. .
and Mrs Joe Shuford and family miscellaneous Shower y
the O. J. Phillips and Danny 1 Williams Randy Stuart
Sidney
cl St. Augustine and .
I Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and Mrs.
.
1
Sincerely, Shuford& of Starke. had as weekend guests Mr. and I Bon Higginbotham entertained i- a 1 j :
Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons of' NOTICE-New Admission
Ralph Darley of Jacksonville
RUBY JOHNS at the home ol Mrs. Doss Higgin-
I I
the weekend with his moth- Callahan Mrs. L. H. Highnote of Prices Effective Sept. 4:
spent
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) botham, August; 25, with a miscellaneous -
r. Mrs. Hattie Darley. Miami and Mrs. Bobbie Kite and shower honoring Mrs. Joe Adults 60cT uc. tin: Children
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott daughter of Heilbronn. I under 12 FREE when in car

. '\ visited his father, Lonnie Prescott, Principal James Temple reported YOU'LL LOVE Ute new E ttP ,,. ,. with adults. Unaccompaniedchildren
in Riverside Hospital Saturday that Lawtey school had an brook pone-size" fcontain pens to
6 to 12, 25c.
r evening. opening day enrollment of 253 pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad

STOCK UP Mr. and Mrs Cecil Dobbs and students. ford County Telegraph.

children of Jacksonville were --
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weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.Waite w.m..:,.. .,,.'1'... ." .,.... .. .. . .. .' ,. .',. ., ,' ,' .'. ... < _.
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the Arlie f., 4: ::: >: '< ::-::.":;':'.: $.i' (" "" ':i "' "'M1f $: 'i< {"Cii: : ''%.xv' ''''''/''''' '''''' iv'j {tF'i *":
SAVE : Wilkison and :y: l;}",, :,;,.:.:<,, '"."' ...; '..'i.:4"...:. ?',..( .:W. 'v, *t.;:,*,'=:. :': ---V,:. y'P' <.vxv<7rN wik: N.ht.:.' .*." *;>.' M-r .":AlJ:.:;, .. ',<> $ ":, : .J.:'..:i:;
4 ALL ,< -i4: : : .. "'.<:"'" v""., <:< "* t: "" <,,1' '" ::'a *. R i i>:: 0i; ;. x. ;t't+;, .rpv:1' ! ? Dobbs-
4l%./:: /%.,.<';'::.v: : :;:':f.. :.t: .; '>; ; :<':<'.,. lr.*v "1t': :':'?'.: W ;:..,....;;;: tf :$ ,, *,'*:;:J..">::: !"'v ,, ..
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Private Dinkins of Fort ,;'ii.<, ,.t.. '.$.,'Y"" .j ;\ '+"'.'' b", ,,' ':< :'",*.;;'?f.. :\,.' ;'"1 'f: :Wf,, '=- "(ii#;:{ H'Z :; '&: <<<:.:<<$}::lnn. t .:"" ::"V'<'t.' .,:. << ?..'f -
STORESCLOSED Freddy .. :?-.ti'<-x'f. '' s' -t. .1,: t:< _" :..<.;;; %'{j" .. W.tYz :{':'*';+1;>; ;r.$ : :z <<> .
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4 ",,.:.,,i ">..g.; :..,' .t.. <<--.4,,. :.'. N...': Y'.<;.""' ;.".. .. '*1'i .' 't., ,:.. ..1"4" .. xr-:. ;"J..h.: ; ." .,.>i4& <
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Jackson S. C. spent the weekend ::.: 4t:;;' ';;;i.:tt .. ;3. ". -<<__ <..__....... ..;:yL1: :; :.:.3.ti.S.: : :' ttt.R. : m6t.:: *"';;;h.a :b. .,,:t:,;...<..>.< :_ _
with his grandparents Mr. and
tip tLr L I Mrs. P. L. Dinkins here and his

Labor Day parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dinkins in Starke.
'
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Putney of
Low Prices Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof
Mrs. Mike Futch and Floyd.
Jtii Green! I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and

j son of Gainesville visited Mr. and

g0oD SSO.E5 Stamps Mrs Fred Moore on Sunday.
,I Miss Judy Padgett spent the
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .weekend with Mrand Mrs.
PRICES GOOD Thru Franklin Bell of Maxville. 1

Saturday, Sept. 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett had I
as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
rr Glen Williamson and sons of '

Jacksonville .
MAXWf.llROUSf. Mrs. Mary Locke and Mrs. J. S. ".%;' '
Eunice and David .visited Mrs.
Mattie Dowell in a Gainesville

rest home on Saturday.
Jimmy Eunice and his parents, <
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, visit-
ed'Jim'Godwin in'Fraser; Memorial -
Hospital in Mae<:lenny. on Friday -
1Lb. 9
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evening. f ,:
\
ak and s: r
Crews
Vac Rev and Mrs. Bobby
1 with 0 $5.limit family left last week for St. Louis
food Ordet. Mo. where they will be making .

n 1 Of more..;.. their home. They have been visit-
.
ing her parents,'Mrl: and Mrs. Bill >: ,H b

rlI' Green.
I There will be a working at Evergreen -

Cemetery on Thursday sept.
I 10. All interested parties come 1 1I j
I. and bring working equipment. kal syn
CRISCO
Mr. and Mrs Mac McKinneyand
son of Jacksonville visited the
D. B. Thomas family on Sunday.I

Lb. Miss was Jackie the Harley weekend of Jacksonville guest of- !LAiPPmiIit44FzJJ// \\T1 i :;

Con Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
her parents, .
'
lil't'lit 1 .y.y. hIL1 '' faar r'r :'." '' J
.kry
: f
t$5.. with Q 59fe Harley. We are sorry to report ;.h v A ,* ti }
or mofe.4 that Mr. Harley is ill.
-nM FOOd Order.. Mr. and Mrs- Bill Zack of Jacksonville 49 aycd.Yr .rp j 7 ,X"ftlp .7 ;

+ spent Saturday with the M q jav-vi.!44.:..:rr :. ;q a
:
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': 'a4i Z
gin :
L S. Tanner familY. V
s.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams 'i}
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end son of Lake City were Sunday .Y. C ;_9 _
1I. -
evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.H. 4r

E. Priest and family ,
} k(9 f'i n i '
F. C. Gladieux arrived home
atLer'a sts utorrtkr nJ.5e,
Srcctdaf
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'
HAMS rST Vfcfc Navy.; I t <
!Miss Ettza&etfi Tatum Is spending

her vacation with her parents,
: Mr.! and Mrs- T. W. Tatum.Mr. .,
.
and Mrs.Raymond Williamsof
r
Jacksonville were Saturday ,
I SIZE 4s night and Sunday guests of her .. "'!V.4 "T/k, "' 'j?). 4, yGlia4; r zci4"F>v6i' YWaacw't
SMAHo14 orWhole J parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dur- ,_ : : 's ..;
.
: .
ban.Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford, .,
: .b\ .
Johns, and ".
f J Mr. and Mrs. E. C. .. '
Ronald Kimbrell attended revival
1 ... .
Congregational -
services at New :
: Methodist Church near Sanfordon
,..... .
Saturday evening.
WDr BRANDEI Rev E. P. Sheets of Jacksonvillefilled

the Evergreen Missionary

t Baptist! Church pulpit on Sunday ,
; t! .,
i in the absence of their regular ";-.
t STEAK. pastor Rev. J. E. Norman. He, -. -I
with Mrs.Sheetz and their daughter
I were dinner guests of the '.
.1 ,r/on/ ; Louin Redding family. Miss Vivian IMa..

s Or Club Ridding of Jacksonville is visitingthe
i Reddings this week.
Lb. .89 I Arthur' Green of the Naval Air
Y Station Jacksonville spent last ,
t week with his parents, Mr. and "tan.tantne TMOC".*.cwnxvn 0 isis _coo-esc Nmwr.KING .


t Mrs.Mrs.Bill C.Green.B. Cannon of Jacksonville SIZE COKE HAS MORE FOR

,. ,N spent Thursday with her YOU !
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Henderson.Mrs.
mother Mrs. Mattie .
QUle. L,. fro1en L. P. RAfuse and daughter, .... .,......._...,.
Jean and granddaughter. Sheila

Norman spent Tuesday with the .. --: Get value lift refreshment too!
fiiii"If.AS1 I C. F. Miles family of Lake Butler. ,
M!'. Rafuse returned home from
the hospital on Wednesday.Rev. Be really refreshed. always buy Coke ,
and Mrs. Earl Moses and /
son of Brunswick. Oft. called on

L\\). J friends sympathy here Saturday.The of the. community .'. GET SEVERAL CARTONS FOR YOUR COOK-OUT !

is extended to the family of Mr. -- KING REGULAR
BOX
Roy McCaD. who passed,away at .
his home here Wednesday night. ,

Emory Sparkman of Jacksonville BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BYSTARKE
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan

Starling. Saturday. COCA-COLA BOTTLING
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier .. COMPANY1'A1E

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