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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 10, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Jackson Sweat Holtzendorf Miles Doyle Lewis Hazen Edwards




CamlMateH in action always' intfrrMin to attempt to arouse Interest in the Tw *dary elrrtioa

\vatch. displaced: this array of exprpwton: during and encourage candidate to air their view, oa

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH their speech at the Javree-spnnsored political city Nsue and policies.

rally Iwst Friday night. Most Pleased expression h exhibited' by Mayor.Marking

: : an innovation for City Elections, tMW.. T. Jackson (left) an he thanked voters for re-

ran3<; deemed a success although rain rut atturning him to office unopposed. Also without opplcttu-

Official County Publication Established In 1879 tendance and forced the speaking to be held inside pd..itiona... Councilman Ruby Johns (not -

the courthouse. Jaycees sponsored the event in an ed).


I VOLUME.. EIGHTY-ONE_ -=-_.__ ___ ___ __ .. TA.LO. !I!A._THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1959_ ___ .. ___ NUMBER_TWELVE.- I


AFTER ENGINEERS REPORT [School Board In Contested RacesEdwards



Board I Will, Take Bids

Rejects Keystone j I Doyle

On 77 New BusesBids w ,



Streets For Second Time I Ii on 11 new school buses N 't'te Y I And Sweat Win

i will be advertised for opening at 4C I Kt
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Bradford Cou.ty commissioners,, Commissioner Crawford secondedthe tV next regular meeting Oct. 5, .
ance. he pointed out. i| A record-sized electorate turned
turned down streets in the Keystone -' motion and it was passed un- i according to a resolution passed 7\ ;
The Commission voted to remove Jaycees Offer ,cut Tuesday to fill five city of-
Club Estates development'again animously. I the names of indigents from''' Tvesday by the School Board. ;
this week after hearing a Carlos : of the I jfces with their favorite candi-
Cpl. Musgrove the county welfare lists when they'!![ Bids on a urtam for Anderson
report from inspecting civil engineers Florida Patrol obtained! dates. There were 1,606 rotes cast
Highway
!J.mior I
began receiving state welfare aid. High cafetorium will also Aid In Clearing
Merrill McMillan and Kenneth permission from the Board tol Clerk Charles Darby said he'II'':be taken at that tune. r !with most of the interest centering -

Willits. have the county payloader load thought this would be ; around a three-way race, for
I an economy I)| Prices on hree 54seat five 60-
McMillan and Willits with dirt for state trucks which will
move since the state withholds an,., seat, and three 66-seat buses will USO police chief and two-way contest
County Road Foreman R. E. finish hauling fill for the patrol Building
amount equal to that paid by the be asked. The cost will be paid for cityderk.
Jones, inspected the controversial station to be built near the StateFarmer's
ccunty. If the county withdraws i: from a $30.000 loan recently apProved j Incumbent Police Chief Riley
streets 22 and
on August again Market. The countywas
its support the state will then for this by the Sweat swept back into office by
purpose Help in finding storage space
Sept. 1. In a detailed letter submitted unable to finish the job because -
resume payment of the full a-, state board. School Superintendent Five Teenagers Injured Sunday i 3'1'almost two to one margin over
for school and
to the Commission at its all :borrow} pits have been supplies equipment j
mount.In i ent H. P. Morgan said that although I jhi* closest competitor. Sit. Ben
Tuesday morning meeting they filled by rain.Musgrove I' :-o that the USO can be returned
other action the Commis- he has not yet received IHtzencIorf- Sweat had 941 votes.

pointed out their findings, offered said the state would sion: i i I,notification, a newspaper had re-I (Ill Flaming Car Wreck% On SR 16 to use in school and city recrea- Holtzendorf &90 and Earl! Miles
their
ideas for corrective work; furnish dirt and trucks if the *
offered to the garnered ,
t-orted the approval.A tion -programs was ::: 55. Only 20 voters dl4nt
and said they could not re< loader could be used. Road Foreman Authorized County Health Of-j
School Board at its Tuesday bother to name' their choice
meeting
ment the. streets be accepted'om-I' Jones was instructed to move filler Dr. A. Y. Covington to use! school building priority list: in this

maintenance until the defects the loader immediately and finish his discretion in distributing his)I revised to include a gymnasium Five Starke teenagers were injured Jackson and did not have leave by a delegation Jaycees race.

been remedied.The the job as soon as possible. The few remaining funds for medical j! for RJE, was approved by the and one of them faces three I papers authorizing his trip to headed by President Jerome The:'most overwhelming marginof

engineers said there was a work should be finished in a max- care during the last weeks of the|Board, but the project received an driving charges with bonds to- Clarke. The state trooPer. unableto .lol1ns. victory.wax picked up by Mer-
current fiscal year. He was told E priority rating from the state I tiJing $1,000 after an accident prove Sunday morning that I; rat Edwards., Edwards won the
definite lack of bond betwen the imum of three days barring heavy If the boaTwin outline Us
base and surface the not to obligate any,of next_year's; department. This means that it .miy; .Sundayymorning.MI SRJ6.. Bradley has.the dxixer: took him t t'claltf r YU:'lur CoUb; ; ...
rains.
: treatment storage needgrjohnsU4r; tH6 '
,- .bud-get In extreme could noTbe' lIf'bsE t C pitaroutlay One other*teenageer-lathe same to the county jail and'turned him at ca1rma "rC.. IC1iif1'Eeieri. :
except an
which resulted backed other civic
streets in the Jaycees, by
surface -
The site must toe readied as soon ** funds until classrooms al- car and'two persons in second over to Deputy Dolph Reddish. JK by U52 to 428 with 28 voter?
emergency; I
and groups including the Junior-Wo
buckling breaking up .
possible because the contractfor list
as iwdy on the have been competed. vehicle escaped injury although sustaining.
"" and there were several places in construction of the patrol sta- Decided to ask the State Road Reddish said Bradley was out man's Club and the American .
the second car exploded and was In .the only other contestedrace
the project where there was an tion is let in Palatka today Department to furnish a culvert I of bounds of his Army base but Legion will try to find the necessary -
being The application of William completely destroyed by fire. incumbent .J. D. Doyle de-
average difference of one inch be- for Mrs. Nelson Green. Mrs. Green W2S not technically AWOL He space.
10)) and work is expectedto
Preeden was approved to pick up Injured were George Bradley. fed challenger James Lewis for
tween the elevation of the sand- had an existing 'culvert torn out -- -
begin within a few days. rev: en children in the Silver Lake- 19; his sister, Jean Bradley, 18; said Navy Shore patrolmen advised c'?councilman from Group 5 by 843

clay street base and the elevationof The Board set Thursday, Sept. during highway construction; Keystone Heights area, and he Elmer Glisson, 18; Charles Noegel. 'urn that the normal procedure in votes to <606< with 157 unmarked

the curb and gutters section 17 at 10 a.m. as the date to let Heard Clerk Charles Darby decline .w"l be paid $40 per month for 19: and J. C. Warren, Jr.. 17. such a case was to put the serrice- b' sots.

adjacent to the pavement. This several heavy equipment companies an offer to have his office :'1tng his own station wagon. Provision Jean Bradley suffered a broken Interest in the two uncon
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difference, they said, left an un- air-conditioned can! on a bus if be had money ,
demonstrate their road grad- because the
; for picking up a Negro nnand facial cuts Glisscn had .*1e tented races was only routine.
sealed exposed edge of the base i I The comity just doesn't have enough for a ticket, and let him get backto
ers. county has budgeted child living on the Joe Griffis facial cuts an-t throat and chest Msyor W. T. [Billy Jackson

which would be subject to heavy:j.funds I to purchase a new grader money, and I can get by." All pace will be arranged with a I i I injuries and Noegel received cuts I his base. Since Mauldin had '' picked! up 1,131 unnecessary votes

erosion damage from rain and I" and two dump trucks for the coming other courthouse offices are air- teacher.In end head injuries. These three ro charges against Bradley he Fa j I Jtn I go back into 'office for his 3rd

would cause break the edges of the II year. ronditioned except that of the) other action the board: I were admitted to Bradford County was allowed to take a bus back to (I consecutive term and Mrs. Ruby

pavement McMiTan: to and Willits up. Chairman Harold Norman then school superintendent; I Accepted an audit report of all Hospital. South Carolina Sunday afternoon. I I Johns. was reelected the Group

pointedout on'(' Suggested that the Board adver- Approved a routine transfer of'i schools made by Marion Payne, Warren was treated for a bruised 1 council post with 1X192 votes.
that after their Mauldin said it
Sunday
inspection was
tise bids for the new equipment funds in the sheriff's budget: DCT teacher. The audit recommended ankle and back injury and released i j The voters stayed'away from

Aug. 22 several bad spots had and purchase it as soon as pos- Decided to get recommendationsfrom i use of pre-numbered re-: the same night, but Brad- night before he finally got admissions I the last two ballot slots in droves.

been patched, 'but the SepL 1 inspection -I sible. The equipment funds will District Road Engineer Jim'I cpts? and checks, and this practice icy could not be found at the from the other teenagers +j I I With Jackson and Mrs. Johns unopposed -

revealed that "nothing,!'IMtbe/ available until the new Brewer about a drainage problemat I will be instituted; scene of the accident and his injuries that Bradley.was the drtv-i T'Ft I there was a total of 989

has been done to substantially budget goes into effect on Oct. 1. a railroad bridge near Sampson Scheduled a meeting of school! were not discovered until er of the carHe then wrote out .. i Voters who did not bother to mark

better the conditions as stated i The other commissioners agreed City; b:> drivers with representatives' he was located by Mauldin just tickets ;their ballots for these posts.
above.. I charging Bradley with
i!with the chairman's proposal. Referred a complaint about a of the Highway Patrol for a talk; \before noon the same day. He i RJ R, Chief Sweat will begin his first
also recommended a four- reckless driving, no driver's license ''
They They also decided to let Normanuse washed out road to Little Lake I on safe driving, on Thursday at' tad suffered cuts of the mouth full term as police head. He was

step procedure for correcting the his own discretion in making Santa Fe. S:30: a. m- trd face. and leaving the scene of an j ejected over Hoitzendorf last year

defects in the streets. This, a settlement with Lawtey property I Set a meeting for Thursday at Mauldin foiind out Sunday accident Mauldin signed affi- I Ito finish out the unexpired term

would call for removing the entire owners who have had their Fish Fry Proceeds To 1 p. m. for cafeteria workers to right! that Bradley was the driverof davits for the soldier's arrest af- I lof Chief W. E. Thornton who reliigned. .
; surface treatment reworkingand I "
store-front awnings removed for discuss insurance: hospitalization, the 1955 Chevrolet that smashed ter the county Judges office openEd I .

reshaping the base the before base and course.after( construction of curb and gutter Buy Playground GearThe and social security benefits. into the back of a 1958 Plymouth Tuesday morning following the' j' ... I Edward will take over the' city
curing :
of a material along US 301. In past cases the j driven by William Herschel holiday weekend. Bond on the \ I clerk! office that has been filled

application and applying a new prime base. All Board has appraised the value of Southside Elementary PTAwill I Cub Scout Pack 70 Urmson of Jacksonville. The Ply- three charges was set at $1,000. i> j fcr the past 27 years by Carl
give a fish Thursday i mouth's tank exploded and .i JohnsEdwards
awnings and paid a flat sum to supper gas Mauldin lost to Johns by
wok would be done under laboratory completed his investsnation !- Johns
control with -: their owners, but Norman sug- evening. Sept. 11, from 5:30 to 8 I Cub Scout Pack 70 will meet *r e car was consumed by flames, on what he called ."the only two vote In a closely 'con-

to the reports furnish- gtsted it might be cheaper for the o'clock at the Southside Cafeteria.(Tuesday evening, Sept. 15 at 7:30 but Urmson and an unidentified most confused mess I ever worked \i Acknowledging that storage was tested race. in 1957. The defeated

ea After hearing county.the engineers' report -I. county to get permission to rebuild Admission for audits S1, and chil-'Jin the Methodist Fellowship Hall. companion escaped unharmed. with"* by charging Glisson. the i i a problem School SuperintendentH. candidate Haztn. baa one year to

Commissioner H. A. Buddy them. This would also gin dren 50c. Drinks extra. All boys ages 8 to 11 interested in Bradley apparently left the owner of the car, with permitting P. Morgan explained that much gr on his present term as councilman :
( The money will be used to buy I becoming Cub Scout askedto of the accident because he for Group 3. and as council
Jr. moved that Developer i the business section of Lawtey a a are !scene an unauthorized driver to handle ''of the heavy equipment now ,
) Bishop, -
wore neat and uniform appear- playground equipment. attend with their parents. I was a soldier stationed at Fort 'the carRonald. stored in the USO will be. moved /chairman.
George D. Wood be noti- 1 -
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I I "H't upon completion of the school ; Councilman .Doyle won his second -
fied the county would not accept
c > cafeterias now under construction. term in office when he de-
the streets until they were constructed : : 6y .
I : :: T Th* latge auditorium, formerly !sated Lewis in the Group S race.
in a'cprdan'eith plans -
used for dances indoor (Continued Page 61
on.
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and specifications recently furn- I r 4i r rr : .. t ; games i .
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sb the presentation of programs, etc., .
ished by the county road foreman.
has been "off limits" for recreation -

i S ss., purposes for many months I

FREE / .f a S because the board has used it for! f
t
HAMBURGERFRY ix 'warehouse purposes to store equip- J

nv nt. some of ft obtained$ from the I

'Florida Improvement Commis-
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1 V M I sicn's surplus property warehouses, DOLLAR

FRIDAY SEPT. 11 I I I at Camp Blanding. Some.of the

4 1 To 7 P.M. ,( equipment was for use in thec'nmty's :i DAYS

I I .new school buildings and
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For members and prospective ( ;1r a ether items were stockpiled against Starke tnerrbaaU win pea

members t4 II future needs. their fall program of cooperative -

t a al I I No immediate solution to the Mies'promotions. with another -
big Dollar event
Days
STARKE GOLF AND
problem was reached Tuesday. -
to be staPes Friday aDd Saturday
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COUNTRY CLUB Borne of the suggestions made and
I) a' s m a s Y. Sept. 18-19.
tllr' l\ Y l oblections
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u. r t + 5 af raised were:
EVERYONE WELCOMECome x I t Final plans tar the two-day
I: r' 4' : bz Y b a Pleasant Grave Negro school,
Y : : ;; price blitz were perfected at
i now unused was deemed too far
and bring the family t I meeting the Retail Merchant
% PEYTON PROPERTY ati a from intruders. Division Tuesday mom-

EAST OF STARKE I I I Present school bus barn has no biff.: This wfil be return enCafemeat -

y q 4, of the Mceewfid
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extra
.t-' I room at present and the
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This Space Contributed -' y ins and adequate parking s aet. winter wfeea aQ cooperating

Weekly to Publicize -. -.' --'. 5 -0; ,...... ..'r1a6.l.': .. .L- The old .cafeteria": building at merchant offered outstanding
Lawtey Junior believed value for a dollar. The feat
Community Events by I. High's Tornadoes have Crawford, Irwin Martin High was
7959 Bradford High Tornado Grid Squad I t) be too large to move without tired values will be blgfciifBted
busily preparing for their John Adams, Charles Torode.Art ,
THE COMMUNITY lirf'8t.( .expens*. by merdl&ule'Ja their a4vertislttf -
opening SepL 18 with Mac- Holliday ADen Crews. Cecil
: game The 1959 squad is shown from Douglas'Seymour, Billy Helsabeck. Dagger Torabo Smith Marion f Other buildings to be abandoned next week w aa shopper -
STATE BANK denny but they obligingly took I Leach and Emory Eunice. Not
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to first John Dodd,. Elder and Tom Clark. 'Cottle Sam Charles Mc- I at Lawtey were'considered l 'but it I la tile area wffl *. .* aM
1 time out on Labor Day to put onuft right, row: Larry j Gardner pictured are Neil Phillips John
a I wo decided that' 'after moving lookout for tta Dollar B.y
o STARKE game uniforms and pose for newsJohn Davis, Hervey Tanner, Span- I Second row Johnny Devore,j. Leod Percy Sullivan. II Miller Bubba. Moody and. John]I and necessary reinforcement of Menu.t .

photographers. ky McLendon Hank Graham Mike Darby, Tom Gay Richard Third row, Dewayne McRae, Reddish. (Continued on Page IJ ,





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." AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPItSTARKE.,FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPT. 19. 19171

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,. ----- -,- _,_ __-___ _-_._-__-_-_._ I Miss Gusta Smxlgrass and Miss I] Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Former BIt 'out of nowhere a 'big truck-trail Holtzeidorf; Resigns

i Charlotte Holcomb of Pensacola : pent the weekend at their cabinon cnn Micky .spent Saturday to er pulled on the highway in frontof From Police Force
recent of Mr. and the Suwannee River. in Ozark. A1 with
t were guests Monday & Mr. Athlete me. It had been raining. My

Mrs. A J. Thomas Jr. Dave Long has returned to the md Mrs. Marin Andrews and-Mr. InjuredIn first thought was to hit my Sgt. Ben C, Holtzendorf. Sr.
I Mr. and MiT. W. E. Tilley and St. Andrews School in Middletori !l.n.d Mrs. J. B. Dansby ST. brakes so I would not plough into the
veteran of 12 years on city
II 1' family spent Sunday at St. Augu- Dela. Mr. and Mrs. H: K. Davis and Auto Wreck the rear of this truck;; but the Instant police force announced his' resignation -

1 I stine and Jacksonville Beaches.Mr. Pat: McGriff returned Wednes- E"D4. Harold and Randal, and I touched the brakes' they Wednesday. He gave no

THE NEWS and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. '''y from a ten-weeks trip' to Misses Lindai< Kay Sate; and Gin- t' did not take hold since the road rca on for his action and said
I and family took a boat trip on Erope. He will leave this week- ger Thornton were vtsitmg Mrs. LIt "
wasp what
was slick. My next thought he had no plans as to he
.I. ('-. ._,-_- _______-p p p ..--r p.-_p_- --a-.:_. I the Inland Waterway from Satur- nd for his position in Milwaukee) ; Gooding and Mr. and Mrs. W. : go around the truck which I Slight do in the furore: He was
'iay to Monday. Wis. and Chicago Ill. F. Goodlng and family- in Charleston L&- another semi Riley
There
tried. was defeated by incumbent
Mrs. Robbie Shaller !I The residents of Lake Bedford I Mr. and Mrs. Stefanelli weekend
Struth
Henry Roddy had as \ S. C. from Thursday to I 54- l'adedth 33 thousand pounds Sweat in Tuesday's election for
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Henry Stefanelli are Scores gave a farewell party Saturday and son Raymond were visiting quests Ancel Bailey. Jerry Love Monday., { '
I Ipre. b from
% tt steel bearing down on me cr.Jef ofpolice.
the St. Augustine I afternoon for Mr. and MrsT I Mrs. Van Rubenstem in Gainesville and Freddie Webb all of Atlanta Wayne Mundorff of Fort ,

meeting in the club ro S. Williams who have returned I on Sunday. and Mickey Willis of Warner Robbins miss, Texas Is home 'on 15-day 'he other direction. The only
Florida National Bank to their home in Miami after c thing I could do was to swerve nOLTZENDORFTHANKS'
Mrs. G. W. Brown and son Rex. Ga.Lamar. J eave.
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ville today. spending the summer on Lake I\\ilf'leave Sun. for West Lafayette Shaw will return to the ,Mrs. EXile Johns had as Saturday -! the car toward the middle of the VOTERSI
road and hope that one of the
Mrs. J. R. Hixon redford. i Ind. where Rex will enter of this week '
I University Georgia guests. Mr. and Mrs. Loimie
thank the voters
want to for
and let me
1 rocks would pull over
parents Mrand I Larry David Andrews is staying his freshman year at Purdue Uni- Morgan of Tampa George' Bais-
Moore in :-*ith his grandparents Mr. and vrsity. Mrs Brown will return in end.Mr.. and Mrs. George Huggins den of Jacksonville and Mr. and through since there was level their wonderful support they gave

cweek.. 'Mrs. Date Fault this week while i iI a week. and family visited Mrs S. M. Jef- Mrs. Henry Carter of Maxvflle': rround on both sides of the road.' ne'1n the City Election. I'am reigning -

Butch Smith has I his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin I Mr. and Mrs. Randal ChittyTent ,rords in High Springs on Monday. Mr. and' Mrs. Harley Waldronare Jut this did not happen. so I hit as police officer. It ias.been .

.w. St. Johns River Junior Adrews of New Smyrna are Sunday to Tuesday in Lake- i Little Danny Rhoden had'seven I, moving to 205 W. Andrews St. _S4 the on-coming truck approximately a pleasure serving you.

Palatka. moving to Gainesville. Mr. An- lend and Vaidosta Ga. visitingMr. Pitches taken in his foot whenhe :m Starke. S. head on. My car is a complete Thank you.

Midshipman Henry drews will enter his fifth year at and Mrs. M. Chitty and Mr. ran into a culvert. I Extra Bobbins SaTe tine-Stock S S neck and I am nearly in the Ben Holtzendorf

"** left Monday for Medical School at U. of F. this and Mrs. Ralph Chitty.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hunt of op wih Sinter'. Babbitts'. ftt Denmark sS. same condition."

.. .. .resume his studies at i fall. I and Mrs. Olin Graves of Jacksonville: were Sunday visitors Furniture- Co"? tf\; -: : The doctor told Jerry' that the

Naval Academy after Replace your old sewing machine Daytona Beach were Sunday of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frank I only thing that saved his chest

;... .vacation: : with his belt with a new Singer Belt guests of Mr. and Mrs- L. C. Gary Hildebran left Tuesday torpend and Miss Louise Massey of Lake-I -: from being crushed was his heavy

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Smith and family. a week with relatives in ar.d: were visiting Mrs. Effie build and the strength in his

on two'weeks vacation Mr. and Mrs.,Richard .Bernhart Mrs. Eustis McKinght and son.1 Morgantown and Shelby. N. C. Johns en Monday. Jerry Lawson former Bradford arms which broke the steering

VP. and Virginia and children of Orlando were David pent the weekend with hen on to Mars Hill College on Mr: and Mrs\ R R. Chlsm and I High and Tampa University athlete vheel off while pushing against Gulf Life

Mrs. G. V. Phililps I'Lbor Day vi4tors of Mr. and.Miss Dolores McKnight at Cocoa &,pt. 16. family were in St. George 0*. oh is flat on his back in a hospital it.

and Mr.and Mrs. Jim I,Mrs. F. W. Strickland. Beach where she is a first grade Mr. and Mrs. George B. Fyynn. Monday visiting Mrs. Kizzie in Maryvflie, Term insteadof Jerry considers himself very A ,APT.APLAN

Tampa were Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylornd te3cher. ir. have moved into their new Chi n. with friends in Starke.I lucky to be alive, and wants aD

!Irs. Bertha Pearce. children of Ovieda were weekend Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth and nome on E. CaD street. Miss Jackie Colley is visiting visiting athlete his Starke friends to know why ..
The former Bradford High
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew daughter. Penny; and Lynda Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufmannjpcnt Miss: Melissa Staflings in Cocoa foot- he will be delayed in seeing them Fits yourS
who has been playing
Reddish. Chapman spent the weekend with the weekend with friendsin thIs'week.. this fall. He 'would appreciate cl1angingneeds
and with the crew
ball rowing
Mr. and MIs. Harold Godwin' Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair at Orlando and also visited San- Miss Anna Ruth Crosby of hearing from them at the follow-
I Ii I their lake home on Ocean Pond. lando Sorings. Jacksonville spent last week with at Tampa University the past
and son and Bennie Williams are head-on with irg address: Jerry P. Lawson
i ming to Palatka Monday where Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatcher of Mrs. Sally Tison of Tampa was NT parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd three years, collided loaded Room 315. Blount Memorial Hospital

Harold: and Bennie will attend St. Tallahassee were weekend visitors I.,;ting 1rs.. W. R. Haislop last Oosby. & semi-truck and trailer of steel. Maryville, TenlLRE'I'AL
i Johns River Junior College. ')f Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher :veek. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. of 1 with 33 thousand pounds
Mrs. Lester Crews underwent were' weekend guests! of Jerry and his car got the worst
I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and Tampa : SERVICESAT
Jr.Mrs.
1 1 C. C. Mendoza and daugh- ove surgery in Baptist Memorial Mrs. O. I.. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. end of the bargain. PINE HILL
at St.
fpmily: spent the weekend i-r. Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Hospital last Thursday.Mrs. Kincaid. The accident occurred on U S.I The retirement plan yon

Th Augurtuie Bea:h.I were Sunday visitors of Joe Bakken underwent J.Irs. Edward Lawson attended a 411 in Tennessee Saturday. Aug. Revival services will start at buy for tomorrow can
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was visiting
I I her sister Mrs. L. L. Roane ini Mrs. T. J. Griffin. svrgery in the Bradford, County fnmflr reunion in Gastonia N- C.129. as Jerry was travelling from Pine Hill Church on the Brownlee help meet today's needs

Jacksonville last week. Purchase any model of Singer Hospital last Friday.Mr. ivrr the weekend. home in Pineville, Ky. to Flor- Head on Sunday. Sept. 13.'and J.: thanks to the

I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Timmcr- Sewing Machine at Denmark I and Mrs. W. D. Sexton and Mrs- H. C. Broadway. Martha'ida. He intended to stop by fora continued nightly at 7:30: o'clock.
Furniture Co. tf family and Mr. and Mrs. Glen GUoii Susan Ritch. Hope Holliday. Bobbie visit with od friends in Starke everybody is invited to come out exclusive AdaptAPlan.Ask .
man and Mrs. Dora Fender of
Stockton Ga. are visiting Mr. andrs. Vasco Hazen underwent eye surgery and family of Decatur. Ga. Faye Smith and Surf Broadway before returning to Tampa University -I -ird take part in the services. your Gulf Life

.! L. D. Vining.Mr. in Gainesville on Wednesday. '.d Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hath-' spent Labor Day at St. Au- for the fall term. Rev. Earnest Garritt. S S representative.Gulf.
Among thoseentering college and family of Macori'were "1 won't be appearing on the
away putine Beach. .
Mack L. Williams
SAT. SEPT. : and MI.i.
.Jr and daughters of Chillicothe this! Fall are: FSU-Mary Agnes weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.C'lin Mr. and Mrs. E. Register of gridiron this fall" Jerry writes. S

i!,:Ohio; are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Matthews. Patsy Nichols. Barbara Johns. :Miami and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. "1 might have a chance to play HAIR OFF

M-G-M GLENN 1I';Williams, Sr. this week. T3tes, Ann Elder! Glen Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sparkmanrere Register': of Webster were weekend i,in the future however if my leg
T8 O I Tommy Stalling and Bubba La- visiting relatives In st. quests of Mr. and Mrs. Logan I heals and if they are able to take

Mee; U of F.-Jim Hobbs Fred Petersburg over the weekend. Baldwin. \j the pin out of my thigh in a yearor i

SHIRLEY Brandes Franklin Ritch. Jimmy Mrs. J. H. Fields and MrsHer\ :Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shatter I twoHis other injuries included FOREVER r-

MAcLAINE MR. FARMER! hitch John Green Terrel Green ;bert: Gieen visited Mrs. Lester TTC visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E.1 j jI '. a broken jaw and numerous Unsightly 3"J_'_ I

They called Ray Maxwell. Betty Ann Simmons -:Crews in Baptist1 Memorial_ Hospital Bradley and family in Leesburg' cuts, bruises and abrasions.In Excess Facial'' Life

SELLING and Henry Hall; St. Johns i Tuesday afternoon. I anr the weekend.Mr. I' Jerry's own words this is Hair Removed '

him the I.. River Junior College Palatka Miss Ann Elder spent last week and' Mrs. Wesley Andrewssrd how the accident happened: INSURANCI

STHNGERWITHAGUN. Armond Rivers Benny Williams I wth her grandparents, Mr. and : Mr. and Mrs..Ronald Andrews "I went over a slight knoll and PermanentlyEdmund A ,

I rharlene Dennis D. Ritch Green. i Mrs. G. W. Stroud in Andalusia irid son of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. 'W: V COMPANY
;\ CATTLE Tom Tatum Bert McGee, and i Bernard Cohen of I
Aberdeen Md. S
Randal Davis: St. Luke's Nursing i Ala.Mr.. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Jr. i and Mrs. A. J. Wright of Ana- Merrill Edwards DwyerElect

School, Jean Dugger. Judy Kelley: and family of De Funiak Springs rologist
orHOGS I i diem, Calif. spent the weekend, W. II. HAND SuperintendentBox
CINEMASCOPE aND Wesleyan College Mara Ann I were weekend guests of Mrs. Lu- at Salt Springs. I Thanks Voters ,
Jack- also had .' I 107 W. University Ave. 308 Phone WO 4-47Z3
Electrical school in Mis. Davis as
IAO. Payne: c'le! Davis.
Friends of
Mrs.
1IS I Ernest Bird will i
."' sonville. Arthur Dodd; Roanoke Saturday evening guests, Mr. and he glad to know that she has returned .- Gainesville FR 2-8039 SUrke FU.

College Salem. Va., Shi Ann Mrs. H. G. Dans. Jr. and family from a Gainesville hospital

STrjth; Florida-Southern College. o* Gainesville. where; she underwent an operation .
Frances Landrum: Stetson George Mr. and Ms. Lou LaVay oi .

f '"i Patten, Jr. Philadelphia.! Pa. returned home I I recently.Cpl. "
1IImI : and Mrs. Lawrence" L.
'JOHN WANTED
:; I, .. 'l "r- .. T 4' 1 Mo and Mrs-C. H.. Nasworthyend lst Thursday after a. visit with Thompson' or Por Bragg; N. C.' TO BUY
u.t Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin :Mand Mrs. Harry Weber. -
FU1IX' a vl Jacksonville were Sundayltors' I
-JAYCftlPPL'l the weekend in the Scrub. and Mrs- Ray A. Hayes and
spent Mr. -
of' !.
TECHH1C .rr. and Mrs. Logan 3
_.....,... .... Mrs. R. E. Mathews of Lakeland daughters of Fort Worth Texas Bsldwin.Mr! .
I uid Mrs. J. A. Howe of Miami '''''re weekend guests of Dr. and .& _
Plus "fiastonS and Mrs. W. R. Morse who S. PINES CONES
to Thursday guests C. J. Houpt. SLASH
Cartoon '7f're Tuesday M -s. have spent the summer at their .5. .-
R. Newsom. Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs underwent 5- 5 .
V Watchers"I I of Mrs. A. Bluebird Hill Farm. Fancy Gap -4 '
Mrs. J. R. Sapp Mrs. W. B.vlundy firaery Monday at Doctors HospitaL :. '
Sun. Mon. 'I?. Wtnl leave Sept. 1* for El Paso +: -
and Mrs. R. A. Newsom
Tfexas to visit their son-in-law and
visiting friends in Lake City Gill of Fort ,Ben-
were
Pvt. Tommy
I
S
faMWiisA ... daughter Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. -: $1.00 I ,PER BUSHEL
aturday evening. nng; and Pvt. Sammy Gill of Port Sinipson: and fam1l : ; -
4 Miss Margaret Rose Duncan returned Jickson were home for the week- :
; Emmett Ferryman: Jr. of Beth- --

t 1; Wednesday from three end.Mr. 'le!' em. Pa. will'spend the weekend Cones Picked From North Fla. Only
months employment at the Yel- *
45
and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent with his parents, Judge and Mrs. ,
It will! to sell cattle National Park. She will ;
pay you your ow-stone
the past three months in Waynes- E. K. Perryman and will be b st.ron'
at the Gainesville Live- Must of Cones
or hogs Be This Year's
enter her senior of U. of F. Crop
year vine and Asheville N- C. and Atlanta *
stock Market where our 23 for his brother Comer Perrjman S
years. of experience in market this Fall. Ga. at his wedding Friday even- 54',5 '
management assures you of top :\ftt'and' Mrs. 'E. E. Lewis and Miss Martha Dayton has enter- ng. Must Be Picked: After Sept. 7, 1959
year-round profits.CATTLE family visited Mr. and Mrs. B. F. -.5
Could e-* the American Hairstyling Academy Benjy Moxley was confined in
AUCTION Grimes and family in Gainesville. in Jacksonville.Mr. Bradford County Hospital from Must Be ,Free From' Trash and Not

Cheat Peat EVERY MONDAY Gene Shaw of Macon.. Ga. was and Mrs. Cary Nazworth of Thursday to'Sunday'with injurieshe *. ::5
for the weekend.Mr.
Cattle; 'commission 3% with max- nome. and Mrs. Zack Crawford Jacksonville spent Sunday with received when his bicycle' f- t: Worm-Eaten.
TECHNICOLOR imum of $4.00 per head except their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barney tided with another'cyclist Water !
A buffs; This maximum will help I ?!'d children of Gainesville were MoRse and Mr. and'Mrs. W. street. Bring Cones To:

you save on big cattle end fed I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. T. Nazworth. Mr:and Mrs. Walt Robshaw andvnnng To all my friends I wish to say: S
Cartoon: "Pig cattle. Bunch of 10 or more only R. Johns-
son moved Monday into the .Thank very much for the
2i bunch'of 25 11- you
or more, only CARSON GRIFFIS STORE HIGHLAND, FLA.G. '.
1 Hi%, pl yardage fee of sac Walter Murphree cottageonlate. encouragement you gave me daring -
Tues., Wed. per heod_ Very few markets ,hove when need fOnsstey Mr. Robshaw grad- i the campaign and for the W. ROBERTS STORE LA WTEY. FLA.
you
these
maximum and bunch sav utted in August from the Urriver- confidence showed when
ings. We work for volume ond you you JAMES WATERS STORE LAWTEY FLA.BROWNLEE .
;__ -sA' --- know that the more cattle we tty: of Florida School of Journal- elected me" city clerk by an over- & CHASTEEN WHSE.-STARKE FLA.
have, the more buyers. will attend srn and is now employed by The whelming vote. ,

our sales. SERVICE Telegraph. "To each of you I honestly say,

HOG AUCTION REIABLESLflDE :.rrs. Ruby Thornton Lawton THANK YOU." ST. MARYS KRAFT CORP.
Bryan; Nolan Bryan Wanda SSI- ,
EVERY GAS MERRILL: EDWARDS.
TUESDAY'i cox and son Wayne visited in .

I Sanderson last ,Sunday with Mr. S ,
S
l.m!!! 1J j!& EFFECTIVE JULY I, 1959 and Mrs. Eamie Bryan and fam: S
TANKS FROM GALLONS TO 1,000 QR UP .
HOG COMMISSION
!

I' ONLY \ % PHONE WO 4-3551 I ily.Mrs.. Nellie R. Griffis visited heron -

MAR I S .. and. daughter-in-law Mr. and !.POST/A6$ \
mraiber 1 hogs pim roc Mrs. L R. Griffis in Brooker for

I per head yordoy! .! a few daY .

Sinter,Sewing Machine,.Needlea S
i This 1% commission figures only -S ; '*. .. .
at' De1tmarkYUr11IrIC.? 'tf
1 ISc to 20c per hundred pounds. ,S L '- ,* -
P4s. A .ro K. In A You cannot guess within 15 to .. S S ; I '\E"NERAL ELECTRIC

20c what they will bring ot'auc -' Former Prisoner S sd '. y1-.: -
tion. This is the cheapest selling ,
-
Thurs Fri. --' 't .
commission of any market we : :' T-
: :
know of. All other hogs 3% plus 5- 5 ; S5 S. : Sought -On TJr d-jU41UL
: .
1MOOOM 0* u.flaT;iio 1 lOc per head yardage fee. '. S '
St CO Q IuuI I
Coming Soon! :
Sd Forgery Charge
"
Twelfth, Annual Feeder t FREEZER.I
\
v Calf Sales S :;
SEPT. 18-ANGUS A man with a yen for forging : /
Sponsored by the Florida Aberdeen ; 'S mimeS', impersonating Arm/' dlreeis5 't '
Angus Association. and practicing'medicine ; 12 J vi. Ft. storage spoce iodij I
.
Mr. A. R. Zetrouer, Miconopy, : ;, ; I vpto.438| Ibs. .
f Fio.r ChoiTmon.I : without a,license'is": ,being sought, : II Nine"position\ ,rvfnperafvre: 'iJf
by local officers after.beattet- .
I SEPT. 25-HEREFORD I AT YOUR v '
1' ." _I trol t outomcFricoRodjp to '
AND HEREFORD : to' i
CROSS ORDDEAi.ER'S-HiS *! forge'a.: beck on. then. -, t
I Sponsored by the Florida Hereford uSED CARS who'g vtbimaob.Jesse .*"" : freezing load. ,.
Association.Mr. : : : S Frost'never accumulates poci. t
John R. Culbreoth &ookavifle S :- GNE'VUANEW: 5'S Kelson, a parolee from cleatan deo
always
t oges are
Fla., Chairman. WHERE'S THE KIND OP PROTECTION* fe tj Riiiford. tried to'pass a' countercheck f S .

BEST PLACE TO WHEN VOO: BUY! with" the name of his employer '
FOR ENTRY BLANKS BUT A USED CAR?. S Jimmy,Moore, of Moore's -
CONTACT OUR $4
OFFICE
I
to., OR ,THE SALE CHAIRMAN Gclf S m e Station. _&Y/, local S ,
.Lat AD4II Your calves bank. N 136n-apparently panicked -- r -
will # _
-" .. have to be consigned : .
.
111IIIt: i'I' ... "" h. 1'. '
-S, to sell in either of .these when a'suspicious,bank derkClJequstion -
reconditioned if
Used Car inspected
,
sales; S.I *E'eryI u ,nece >
r-aiy. and road-tested. And they're' warranted in writingby ,*fl'tb :him, and'fled: : from ;

J yrr If tztft.:.. '. the,exclusive: new Performance Protection olicy!.See bantH_ h \.Jmm.con.\: : "_ t
,' :;;.poo. I Gainesville cars with the A-l sticker at your Ford Dealer's Used Car vtctlons. oii 'V riOuS charges' in :; { 5- ,
j 1 Shopping Center. -- the" part: buT( his ftvbrite" pastime 5- iCOl: t 5111 ir'LNppicioor' ; I

t-'c.: ; Jd'Ur,., Livestock S q S. SEE PAGE 6 FOR ;' according i to his' FBI"record ,;IItr1Jr.4: .w... !j

is forgery. _
I
Nelson has not been seen'sinee.lll

,: !! Market.lne.nondo' FORD DEALER4'Ms- .It left the bank. A warrant. '

cVirging' him with forgery and MOENCH APPLIANCESS
S
Oldest Hi *
Lerestef ..
itwr1rigfoii issued in
,
was
f;, 1 N oj ,' I tIe. Ntttioh's F..st_ ,
",arloon: Tot GARS-- the7 county judfe office last k'
3 .*a North of Goaiil1 220 ST. TARKE.FLA.
.. w:ek.He"is-al3f> sooaht tot S "'- -- .
__ ,,i U. .,441 % S 5- -S.
'f S.- ".,. violation of parole. -


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i1'Bt1RSDAT. SEPT. 10, 1353 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH StARKE FLORIDA PAGE 'ND..

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%. Two Convicts I Former Crew Member I Two Cafeterias Near Rain Record Growi


rf Picked Up Praises Colin Kelly Completion Dates With Each Week


Prate for Capt. Colin P. Kelly Completion of cafeterias at Showers faalling almost duly

t : In CountyTwo for sacrificing his life by staying Southside Elementary and Lawtey during<< the first week of Septembr -
r. it the controls when his plane' Junior High are scheduled for the have added: another 2.21 Inches -

{ ii x. i more escapees: from the ": as shot down early in World WarIt next few weeks and the School .i to Bradford County's. ,,.total\

Ei i Gladys Mooty prison construction job in northwest was voiced in talks here this B-xird's offical inspection of these i rainfall for the year. The averagejcn

'1 .i Bradford County have been reek by Robert E. Altman nativeof aid .other building projects will { to date now stands at 1.91
I r $ c. tL captured and returned to the Lake City. I b;::0 made after the regular mcet- considerably above the
l'i'lChl'S.
.'Coke Party Honors prison. Altman addressed American LeI I i":?, Oct. 5. I annual record of 53.42
rr Robert Moore gcn Post 56 at Also due for inspection will be I inches recorded In Florida over
Francisco L 42, and Richard i its regular meeting !
Margaret I i tho crjpnce rooms and repairs and the past 25
.. G. Buffingtoh 38 who walked Tuesday night and the Starke II years.
BrideElectMrs. renovations at Brooker and Hampton New River tower is still I leading
away from the honor squad quarters Rotary Club at its luncheon meeting
w;: at the site of the new prison Wednesday. He was a member and school rooms at Lawtey in the county with 64.90 inches}

\ Roy Ward, Mrs. Guy Sale last Wednesday were captured in of the crew on the plane pilot- :and at the Negro schools. I.-etorded from Jan. 1 through

:and Mrs. JacK Trawick entertained the county. *! by Capt. Kelley when it was Final inspections and release I 3ept. 8. while Louis Hill tower is
at a lovely Coca-Cola party at 'Is- *) Buffington was arrested Friday shot down in combat over Luzonon viil be made by representativesof sotmd with 62_45 Inches and San-
the Kingsley Lake home of the night by Starke policeman Billy Dec. 31, 1941. Altman and five I the School Board architects ta Fe third with 62.30. The Starke

letter Saturday morning honoring i ; Overstreet while the escapee was other members of the crew bailed Goins and Moore and by the power plant guage has recorded

:Hire' Margaret Francisco whose &. trying to thumb a ride on US 301 out safely, while Kelly and one School Board. 56.82 inches to date in 1959.
marriage to Comer Perryman will near El Rancho Motel. Buffing- other were lost. Altman said Kelly Clashes have been held in both Satsuma fire tower east of

be an event of Friday evening at .? t)n's prison stripe trousers were remained at the plane's Ontrolsin Southside.FJementary and Lawtey i JKincslev: Lake in Clay County
? o'clock at the Lakewood Methodist 1 3 1 covered with mud, but the sharp- order that the others could I Jvnior High's new classrooms leads the area with 73.31 inches

Church. eyed policeman noticed the dis- parachute to safety- since the beginning of the new < recorded since Jan. 1. This tower
in of colors' and made torn but the cafeterias have not : reported 1.17 inches of rain be-
Zinnias
a profusion gure a quick turn back The speaker was later capturedand j
of interest after he yet been put into use.Permisson I I "-een 1 and 2 p. m. Wednesday.
j were used to grace points 3 I/ passed the man while on remained a prisoner of war
in the party rooms of the 1, Nh p.troL in the Philippines and Japan until t was given membersI i and it was "itill raining" at th!
Tnwick home for the occasion.The Moore was captured Monday liberated in August of 1945. He I a Negro church to use Pleasant time the report was given.
ra
f ik.la lace and linen covered refreshment morning by M. C. Robertson, described the deplorable conditions grove school if they take care of

,' table held a crystal handler of the state prison bloodhounds in the Jap POW tN> building. The stove and piano .
camps
.......tJ
.. .
: punch bowl filed with ice and after about six mile chase. and the struggle the men had to I thich had been purchased by the (spiced to the members by the

Virginia Ann Jones Coca-Colas at one end of the table Moore had been spotted by an put up to stay alive on a diet consisting :I PTA of the school were also re- trard.:

and crystal trays of dainty sand- employee of the T. C. Crawford mainly of rice.

To Wed In OctoberMr. wiches nuts and snacks. _chicken farm on SR 16. The em- Altman was introduced by A.

The hostesses presented the' I p'oyee notified Deputy Russell J. Thomas Jr., a friend since the :
and Mrs. Tyler Jones announce -
bride-to-be with a lazy susan as P..eddinwho relayed the information two met
as Boy Scout guides at
and proton SCN 0 0 L
the engagement approaching I
a memento of the occasion. to the prison. the New York World's Fair in ,
marriage of theirdaugl"tter Moore made for it, he
I Among the 50 gnests calling a run but 1U39. !
Virginia Ann. to Char- couldn't elude Robertson and his
les William Godfrey, son of Wil- between the appointed hours were dogs. e
late Mrs. E. K. Perryman, mother of
liam James Godfrey and the a
Buffington
and Moore the
Mrs. Godfrey of Fort Lauderdale.The the! bridegroom, and from out-of- k. were but he said to begin maximum security -
-- fifth end sixth to
prisoners escape -
town, Mrs. Bryant Carroll and L
wedding will be an event I watch over the men wouldhe CROSSING
of Saturday evening. Oct. 17, at 8 :Miss ville. Roberta Nelson of Jackson- Newlyweds On Nassau HoneymoonFollowing honor from squad the that loosely is assisting guarded in to destroy the purpose of the r'i I

o'clock in the First Baptist construction of the new prison. honor system. This would create 4r ;
Church. their marriage in the start on a sight-seeing tour of the mnre problems as time passes, be- v,
Ml but one of the six men have ,(
Miss Jones, a graduate of BHS, ,Little Women First Methodist Church of Starke city. Mr. Durkee, son of Capt. been recaptured and will face escape cruse an additional 230 men are ,

attended St. Vincent's School of To Meet on Aug. 15, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Perreault of charges In Bradford County Leing; screened for addition to the / .
Nursing in Jacksonville. Charles R. Durkee III left on a West Palm Beach is a student at Judge's Court. construction group by Dec. 7. M.(>. .
wedding trip to Nassau, capital the University of Florida. "We want to give the ,
Mr. of Cal- system {
Godfry. a graduate Jtrs'l .
The Little Women's Club will Capt. J. B. Godwin of the prison -
city of the Bahama Islands. Theyare Durkee is the former :Miss possible chance to work. :
Lihan High School and the every ,'
meeting Tuesday evening, Sept. 15, I I guard detachment said the } .....,,
-
School of Forestry at the University pictured above preparing to Johns of Starke.Surprise I but our main job is to keep the ..t.'l': ,' ;" ..>
all from carefully ;
at 7:30: o'clock at the club house. escapees were a ..
of Florida is employed by rrisoners in. If they continue to ';-"" '
The program on Parliamentary screened squad of 70 men who are .
Gair Woodlands Corp. in Jasper.All Starke Minister Reception give trouble we will take whatever :;: ; 1 .'
Procedure will be in the form ofa 'vc king on the new buildings. :,x. .. '
friends and relatives of the skit. Weds In MaineMrs. Honors Rev. HainesA Tney are housed in newly built steps necessary. Godwin said. i.'' .,

-. couple: are invited to attend the Hostesses will be Robbie Capps. barracks that are much more com-

wedding: and reception. Margaret Douglas and Mary Dug- : Adria Towne Grady was, surprise reception was held fortable than their quarters in '

I &(Ef.I married on July 30 at her home' Wednesday evening of last week the main prison and are on their DARK SCHOOL t t.t ;

Bradford High PTAThe I on Water Street in Monson, Maineto fol'owing prayer meeting service I r honor not to attempt escape while TMCAT*. is OPEN ,. .:
Beta Sigma Phi Rev. Samuel J. T. Grady of in the recreation room of the outside the walls. STARKE FLA.

Bradford High School PTA StarkeThe ceremony was per- Church, honoring the Rev- L. D.]I Godwin said all the men on the ijsyo.1t; :
meeting will be held Tuesday The Beta Sigma Phi sorority formed by Rev. Errold Farrar in Haines and family on his fifteenth honor squad are picked after careful SUN., MON., TUES. car a-/?',

evening, Sept. 15 at 8 o'clock in will meet Monday evening at 8 the presence of near relatives. anniversary as pastor of the !I consideration and that none 'Sept. 13, 14, 15 .,.->'.c.4> ', ,'.'
the high school cafeteria. Mrs. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Olin Rev. and Mrs. Grady will residet First Baptist Church.An has any record of sex offense or

Hnllis Knight is charge of the ,White, Jr. with Mrs. Freeman their Monson home until Octo- arrangement of pink roses terious criminal background. They Never Steal Anything 1fi1i1i SAFETY

program.: Register Jr. as co-hostess. Qed and then they will come to flanked by silver candelabra hold- atf given an opportunity to gains SmallJame
t Starke for the winter.Mr. ins burning pink tapers centeredthe I "> much as 15 days gain time on 'THIS;

I 1 STRAWBERRY Grady is the founder and refreshment table, covered their sentences for every monthof Cagney, Shirley Jones CHECK //fs35y
i MULCHING FILM' tirst director of the Akron. Ohio with a white linen cloth. Silver satisfactory work they completeon

I 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll, Cash with order Goodwill Mission which rose froma trays and compotes held cakes, the construction job. Gunmen From LaredoRobert Don't Drive In Doubt. Checked/
.
1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll. Cash with order converted cne-room saloon to mints and nuts. Punch and cof- The captain said some of the Knapp Jana Davi, Walter

I Ask for prices of other thicknesses and sizes i five-story building that today fee were served. men selected for the honor squad Joy Be Firestone "Safet .Surer" .
_
employs more than 200 handicapped The members of the Plus Color Cartoon for Children
POLY FILM( congrega- had asked to be put back in the
CO. Inc. Box 957 Crystal River, Fla. people. tion presented the Haines family main prison after a recent talk to Our free bumper to bumper safety check covers 1

with a beautiful pink satin table them by Warden DeWitt Sinclair. Wed, Thur. Sept. 16, 17 tires, brakes, front end, battery, lights, muffler,

Supreme Forest Circle troth as a memento of the oc The prisoners said they felt the THE STORY OF cooling system, suspension, fan belt, and other .
casion. temptation of escape would be too danger points. "Safety-Sure" cars get our free

Hey Kiddies ATTENTION I Supreme Forest Circle will meetat great and asked to be put back PERRI "Safety Checked" sticker. .
--- Gold Head Branch State Park under guard before they got into First True-Life Fantasy
Brownie Scouts
Sept. 25 for a covered dish supper additional! trouble.
GET YOUR TICKETS FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING which will gin at 7 o'clock. Godwin was at loss to explain The Mississippi
The Brownie Scouts will hold
MERCHANTS AND SEE A why the six men had walked Gambler
their first Fall meeting Monday
away from the honor squad barracks. I- '
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the With Tyrone Power
FREE SHOW 1 home of their leader, Mrs. J. D. Plus Color Cartoon
Warren 321 N Myrtle avenue. "They were all short timers and

had everything to gain by doinga Fri., Sat. Sept. 18, 19 ,
good job and shortening their

Nurses MeetingAll sentences he said. "There was GIDGETSandra TiretoneS
, SONG OF OLD WYOMING much incentive for them to take Dee, James Darren o

registered nurses are urged advantage<<: of their break and protect (' '.. *> Complete
.
AT THE Bradford County Hospital announces to attend the regular meeting. it. but the temptation of WARLOCKRichard -

the following births: Thursday evening. Sept. .17 at complete freedom just seemed to Widmark, Henry Fonda Brake & Front End Service
FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Harley Waldronof .7:30 o'clock in the Bradford County be too much for them to stand." Anthony Quinn
THEATRE Starke a sen, Harley Robert, Hospital dining room. I Godwin said a small fence BRAKES BALANCE
2 (Color: Cartoons For
I would be built PIus
6 i pt 4. around the honor
i 6i EACH SATURDAY : Mr. and Mrs. Clyde James squad barracks and an extra two Children inspect lining precision balance
-- 10:30 A.M. Johns of Staike a son Randall Slight DecreaseIn I cards would be added at night. adjust brakes front wheels
Simmons
Koch Drugs Crauford Bros. Gulf ScrMce -- --
Clvde] Sept. 5.Mr. install
Sales Tax Take add fluid if needed necessary
and Mrs. Leon Davis
Dorsey wheel
Ace Electric Srniee Williams Jewelers test brakes weights
cf Starke a son. Mark Randall.
Bradford County was one of the
TenvlIIegar Motors IlarkxdaJe's Sept6..
DepL Store few in the state that did not showa WE INVIl'Eyou
Mr. and Mrs. James Edwin Ak- I
J & J Building sizeable increase in sales tax
Supplies Local
Finance ALIGNMENT
. << Co. of Starke ridge of Starke A son. Sept. 8. 95
collections during August. Fig
Denmark Furniture Co. :Mr. and Mrs. Herman Layton
Sladc Gas "
Company ures for that month based on correct caster
Crucc of Alachua a daughter
sales made during July, were the \ and camber
Brenda Carol, Sept. 8.
I first to reflect the extension of correct toe-in
.---... the to take home sales of beer and
} and toe-out
whiskey. ,
adjust steering
State figures showed an increase -

SHEPHERD'S DOES IT AGAIN! over the of more previous than five month per cent:but TO VISIT US AT OUR NEW Also clean i inspect and repack front wheel I bearing '

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BIG 21-INCH for showed August a collection and $15,279.23 of 15214.31 for the 135 EAST CALL STREETFormerly irtfOne _

month of July. This was an increase -

of about $1.40 over Augustof ( Robbins' Department Store) CHAMPIONS! -
.t I last year, however.Gas .

I 4 I : 4 1 l RCA VICTORTELEVISION county sales and are state.still rising There In was the For The M Q S J In EverythingNEW I

I more taxes than collected a $3,000 on gasoline increase sales in 2f4at for 2590

this August in Bradford County .
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*r* and two' ec abt. till
i than there was a year ago. 6 79 IS b>ociwo.. tub typ r

The county received $16,733.95as Built lo Fir"sone"s exacting quality
its share of $13,735.37 collectedon standard the Champion offers you ,'
Model 210T140 reel For its price, simply
624,791 gallons sold daring the economy. you
I I can't find a better tire.
month. WE HAVE


4 I i Now Only w Stork Calendar MOTOROLA FEDDERS TV AIR-CONDITIONING STEREO RADIO We Have Opened a Glass, Paint and

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner of

Starke announce the birth of a and EASY WASHERS and DRYERS. Body Works DepartmentWe t
: 95 daughter Helen Annette on Sept.
RCA' Vktor Forrcll Deluxe.
6 in Alachua General Hospital.
Table TV with front control and
speaker that can bt built in."One-Set" 189 Carry International Life Time Mufflers
i Mr. and Mrs. David Reid of
electronic fine tuning. 262 sq. in.
picture. Transformer-powered Deluxe I i: Jacksonville, a son, Edward Le- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR DEPT. .
Baron 2. Maternal grand- Complete A
Sept.
Phone
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chassis. Phono-jack, tone control and Automatic
Including Transmission
parents are Chief and Mrs. D. W.
automatic gain control. Balanced Service V
Carpenter of Starke. WO 4-4975 Tractors and Small
Fidelity FM Sound. Available in 2 Motors

beautiful finishes. 21D99.! The Best Buy of the Year! On AHAppliances Starke,

cf Mr.El and Paso Mrs.Texas Albert a Simpson daughter, /y Fla.V Special Sale On Delco Batteries

Elizabeth Ann, Aug. 26. Mrs. .


; SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV Morse Simpson, daughter is the of former Mr. and Sylvia Mrs. Dodd's Service & Auto Sales "'


.I W. R. Worse, former Starke miI -. ,. .,...

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-Ae-Forn-_ BEADFOEDCOVNTYITLEGRAPR- : : .. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 19. 1959
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: C- --- -----'----- --- .____._:.'.,.J___..-_ the State of Florida relating to ap I. 'Tfce Circuit C...' Of Bradfordt'ontr. in equity for divorce and for restoration ten defense thereto within 44 days
.. 1 portIoImenin4ne Senate and House Florida,J. <-.a",,,,. of maiden name bas! been filedaJrilii'flt after the first publication hereof
Editorial of Rrpiesrntatites IM and the same 101UYYlUlam.s.. Plaintiff, ".. you by Ruth Glisson !Marling h.--uld you fail therein decree will
Forniers DiaryBy I.. hereby agreed to and shall! be Dav.d Williams. Defendant. SV'J s in the abote named Court and be eutered in due course! upon said
>>"UII..l.%u t.. the electors of the NOTICE OF SUIT "aose. and Jou are hereby summoned petition.
,,.... --- state of Flor.Ja for approval or rejection Jn The Name Of The State Of crderrd and required!! to file your WITNESS my hand and the seat
.. at a special called election Florida. To: written answer or defenses' to the of said Court at Starke. Bradford
i Sam McGurryr'owed as provided by Article XVII. Section David Williams, 301-A Elizabeth complaint in said cause at the offi..e County. Florida this 17th day of
National 3 of the Florid' Constitution. Cant) Apartments Columbia. Georgia of the undersigned Clerk of the A.izuft. 1959.
A Scourge Tuat three-fourths (3-4) of Ml ; and. in care of Alabama State Circuit Court at Starke. Florida on Cvrl"IC'I.LL)
the field at the same time? members elected to each house of Prison, at A;more, Alabama or :tfore the SSth day of September. THEROX A. TAWX
( th. Legislature does determine thatan You are hereby notified that a suitfJT A II. 1959., and to serve a copy COUXTTH'DOE
_,_ to this day when "creeping treelessness" Merrill McMillan sent us the emergency requiring an early divorce and custody of childrenhas thereof on Theron A. Yawn. Jr., 810 4t 919
,threatens to become nght answer: one and a fifth tei-iaion by the electors of the state been brought again, you by plain-tiffs! attorney whose addressis
H a national scourge, it is re- does exiet with reference to this Mary Williams in the above styled Post Offfc-e Drawer ,'1. Starke.
::::: freshing to see the State Road Department co- r. -lrs. or one hour. .5.We've and. 12 minutes. amendment to Article VII of th- Court and causo. and you are h.rely I..rida.In or before! said date. alr.lir..1 -
Conrtitution.Section summoned ordered and required l>y the laws of Florida and
.*m- operating with the of Tallahassee Section Florida Rules of Civil i Procedure. I. The Conntr Jndce'n C_
City to save I. 1. 2. 3 and 4 tu file your written answer or defenses the rt Of
been told
that
a good way of Article VII ale hereby repealedand to the complaint in said If Jou fail to do so. a deere pro Bradford .(....},;. Kl.rMa .. Probate
fifty beautiful
live oaks along U. S. 90 near the to keep a dog quiet while on a in lieu thereof the following cause in the office of the Clerk of .-. nfesso will be entered against you

FSU campus. When plans were announced for motor trip is to give the animala ..ecth>nll are heieby adopted: the above namod Court in the County for the relief demanded in the com In. RE: Estate of Evelyn E Whetan. -
ARTICLE VII Court House in Starke. Florida plaint.! and as Evelyn Norstadt Whelan. -
.... widening the highway, the university's business couple of aspirins. We're goingto Section 1. Rrpresentauon Apportionment .;TI or before October 1. I9i9.: and This notice shall he published once and as Evelyn Norsdadt Whelan. -
Here it is berry setting time, andif' ; to thereof Hollis f'a.'tt"f't'k for four consecutive I'eceased.CITATION.
.manager Rod Shaw became concerned about the ask Doc Mullins about it, serve a cop upon
(a) St'llateThstatf' shall be apportioned V Knight, plaintiffs attorney. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- :
trees and started negotations with the Road De- some places they say it's too though: before we ever try it. into forty-four HI) senatorial whose address is Starke. Florida. on IP"yon. The State Of Florida. To: Irene
r'ry to set plants. We know what .5. districts designated by number or I"ef<>re said late. otherwise: decree Witness my hand and the seal of Koltz 3134 Sena Drive Topeka. Kansa -
::;:: partment in an effort to save them. His efforts for well ;r. consecutive!; order. Such apportionment pro eonfeo will be en Bred said Court at Starke. BradfordOunty. .< Arthur Olson. 2144 K. Hamlin
they mean we rememberthe Only one tiny patch of cotton shall provide fairness against Florida this August 20th, Avenue. Chicago 47. Illinois llahel
were successful, and where necessary the department year we set plants during a r:?Jsed in the county this year and quity among districts based This (yon.lrdt'T. shall b.> published 15S! __ I'eterson 4739 *V. Alt geld Street.
-. will build wells upon population geographic areaan.t weeksin tfEAL) = Chicago! 39 Illinois. Frank Raff.
around the trees in order to ra'ny spell I lit rained all that day weekly for four c'.nsf'C'uth'p'
[and that
: by a woman who wanted oft
Clerk
.m economic' affinity: provided: Bradford County Telegraph a CHARLES A. DARBT. 150 iDglewood Avenne. St Paul
.....t preserve them. t/x] and a few days later you to show her children what it <1) There shall be only one senator duly qualified newspaper published t e Circuit Court of Pradford Coun- Minnesota. Minnie Raff Dahl horn.
..'(II .lonld hardly tell the plants had for each district.! in said County.WITNESS Fertile, Minnesota and to all persona
...... If such ,interest and foresight shown by looked like.l Well bet the old ,2) No district shall be composedof my hand and the seal r'n.r Marian L. Crosby. Deputy claiming any beneficial interestin
were been moved. and we lost only a than 'Clerk the estate of Evelyn E Whelen.
tmers can remember when cotton more three (3) counties. of said, Court at Starke. Florida (
::. other communities, it would go far toward saving WPS really King around here and (3) Counties forming a district thin !6th day of AUIitI1 t. }9Z !t.Cmen'T s4.; 4tn; deceased;
fw.'S. shall not h woarated You are hereby notified that
by territoryof a
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.:.::. Florida from the epidemic of "creeping tree- the gins in Starke were busy at another district and must be con /14' CHARLKS A. PARBT petiti-m has been filed In said Tour'
lessness" that But tiguous.. said Court In The r .nly ...df": '" Coart Of prayirr toia determination ofh.-
'11111 now threatens to deprive the state some places are getting this time of the year. Clerk of .
IHI-I (4 No county shall be dividedin ?':27! 4t !9:17la Hradf.rd ( ....-, FlorMa In Pre.e heirs A Evelyn E.Yh..laft.. also
of much of its natural beauty. :more' rain than they need. They S5 creating a district. .... known as Evelyn N Whelan. and

iiiiu had .a couple of terrific rains recently There'll be no bounty on rattle- .!5) Vacancies that are created by The Cirealt Court Of Bradford IN UE: Estate of Aaron K. Taylor. as Evelyn Norstadt Whelan. de-
... In recent the reapportionment providing for ('i'v.ly, .Florida I. ( han,1. l eceas.-d.C1TATIOX. aseil. and for a determination ..f
a report the American Association of
over in the Keystone area sn'kes in Bradford
if
. 'Mill County, forty-four (44) senatorial districts R..bert'ablln and his ;if",. their respective interests and VOlt
mm Nurserymen warned that if the pace at which ard Silver Lake went up six inches Sheriff P. D. Reddish has the sayso. of the Senate shall be filled by the Hjldcr V. Wahlin, Plaintiff, vs The State Of Florida To Allen are hereby required to file votirwrittet
-l '(-!<-rs in the general t>election in Laura De Thompson et al, Defend Tayl' whose residence i is unknown. defenses thereto within 411
:: trees have been destroyed in and around our in two days. Commission Clerk Charles Darby Nover.iber. 19BO I'pon election new ants.! if alive and if dead all unknown days after the first publication

:::., .towns and cities in the past two decades is S. said that under the new law senators shall b.. elected! in the new NOTICE OF SUIT l..rwlIt: tlauning any interest .in tI..- hereof Should you fail therein dicree -
continued Looks .like disiricts for the following terms: In. The Name Of The" State Of estatof Aaroii K. Taylor. d '(eased. will tx entered In due course
Ill-It a good the
cropto'S passed by Legislature.
111... for another twenty years it will result in pecan making District !q (or four (4)) years: Florida; To: l.r through under or against: Allen upon v'" petition.
....., : fall. Trees belonging. to Ge it permissive for the counties ton District: 4*> for two (2) years. laura, De.Tnompson.! Angelina Taylor; and all other persons conn..d WITNESS my hand and the seal
untold losses, both in real estate and living values. Shuford in loaded District <1 for four (4) years. WeiUr. O. W. Livingston Lizzie Cr1 : c* sail Court at Starke Pradfordnnty.
e
'''I'' % Lawtey are "'y a bounty the snakes are sup- r>i!trict 4! for two (2) years Campbell Tnrmr K. Martin G"rd" fHJ are hereby notified that a C<- Florida. this 17th day or
:!:::: Trees and the topsoil they form are a precious with nuts; and some of thebranches poced to be delivered to the sherifftr.d r>:..strSt 4J: fo.. four (4) years.D'strict ilartm and F. 1* Martin if alive n tetitinn has ben filed in said Court Atl ".t't.; I59OFFICIAL .
are near the breaking 44 for two (!) years. and if dead the unknown heirs!! d-- l.ra> ing for a determination of the ( SEAT.)
resource and destroyed cannot : Pete wants no part of them. all shall beelfttrd ..f Aart.. K. "deceased. THEH'tX A. TAWVOOTTNTT
:;:::: once they be renewed Thereafter Senators tixees. grajitei-fi Iienors. creditorsr heir: : Taylor
,.. .. point.: 00 $ for a four year term. other claimants to the hereinafter an I for a determination of their JUW3E
for many years. The present tendency to- .* Charles Darby said (I-) House of Representative! described lands by through. r-"i.....t"... in.erests: and yare First publication August. .O. 1$9R
::::: ward wanton destruction of these resources must definitely The repres"ntaion in the House ofIleHTiientatlve5 under or against each such deceased hen.v renturrd to file Tour writ "!() 4f '/10
Had a nice visit with old
.., our there is no bounty. He wants it shall be apportioned person and the unknown heirs devise -
:: be reversed and 'millions of youhg trees must be friends Mr. and Mrs. Middleton understood as recently he hash as follows: *!?, grantees Iienors creditorsor

:::: planted Jn populated areas if much of the nation Rosier. Got to talking about the Fire (5) representatives! to and other claimants in and to the
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!:::: is not to be downgraded into vast sterile slums, early days and Mr, Rosier told snakes brought in to him. How- (II jr-presentatives. to and for each throUgh, under or against J. \\. Easy as rolling .
nf t" fv'' n-Xt mort" populous Martin deceased; and also, to all : -
!!:)) the Nurseryman's report. declares. ahout the cooper shop operated pvpr starting Oct. 1, they will be counties; three (2): representativesto unknown persons claiming: any
1 !by J. S. TBozl Rosier on the Rosier paying a bounty on rattlesnakesin and for eaci of the six Ifn neTt rig-ht. title lien or Interest in or to downhill. .
:::: irore populous counties: two C'!'lrepr."entatives the following situate
.. One distinguished American scientist recently place near Flowing Well Bridge. Alachua County. to and for each of liraJford County.property Florida: in -

!;". '? .warned that lack of trees to convert harmful carbon He said the shop turned out syrup S. the fourteen (M) next more p",..paIwis Lot 11 in Block 11 in Livingston : -' paying (for ;insurance
''cnnli: ansi one (U repre- Trut-v and Company's Addition to :
that
made of
barrels
'U" dioxide into healthful can cause untold cypress And speaking about wildlife, it ( *
oxygen senta'ne to sit fora<-h o tfi the Town of Starke. Bradford month
::":; damage to the nation by disturbing the balance weighed: 30-35 lbs. and about a senns the 'gators are coming back rt-mafni.g coinfiw of the state at County. Florida. according to plat ,e protection by the
remarkable feat that Boz Rosier the time of su-h; apportionment. thereof recorded in r>ed nook J atpaorf' _
of these .in the Trees arain. and getting bigger all the First IIpIN.rUnnmf'nt-r"lIppor- 2X2:
..);;; gases atmosphere. icl of the public records of
... used to perform. He'd bend all the tiTe. Row about that 13 ft. mon- tionment.-Th,> first apportionmentf said County;
purify the air by absorbing carbon dioxide and way over a barrel, sink his teeth ter that was killed down by Archer each pislalive h..nlf' shall be TOP AXn; EACh OF YOU are Now you can pay for insurance on your home,
::::i":: converting it into oxygen. in ac-c.,rtianre uith statute designating ; h.-rel)>y notified that a suit in equity
!into the opposite edge and then not long ago! the senatori.il' districts and the has been brought again you in car or business by the month Get the protectionyou

...... suddenly snap back and send the S presentation in the house! adoptedat the shore Court and cause and yon
The only way to combat the recent wholesale the 1939ion: of the Legislature. are hereby summoned ordered and Call and
"I':. 'destruction of invaluable trees is through more barrel sailing through the air over They say there is nothing new and th- next apportionment required to file your written an- need.and budget the payments. us
hi.' head! of the Senate snail I.e at the regular iuer or defenses to the complaintIn !
under the and heard
: :: widespread education of the public, including sun, yet we session in 1971. and the next said cause In the office of the we'll arrange your monthly payment plan.
... this week/ of a brand new idea. It apportionment of the House o.f Rep- Clerk of said Circuit Court in the
business and city officials, concerning the tremendous A while ago I wrote about a problem f-pems that a dentist out west has presentatives shall I* at the regular County Court House in Starke. Flor-
s' s-e.-Fion in 1'61 bawd upon the 1'61)! ida. on or before the first day of
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value of trees to our civilization, the concerning the time it took rigged up false teeth for cows. He Fwieral Census: and decienially October 1553. and to serve a copy

:::::: nurserymen believe. It is also suggested that to plow a field. You may remember nv.kes stainless steel crowns that tnereafter. the legislature shall in a.-reapportion or such answer or defenses upon Harold C. Wall Agency

...... cities replant their streets, where trees have been that it took one man three hours ramp! on the old teeth and with r.M'diiiirherewith.its r-presrntatixes. Should it fail Ilollis whose" V.address Knight,is plaintiffs'Starke. attorney Florida.on .

:till III necessarily destroyed. The destruction of trees to plow the land. and another th"m a cow is supposed to get at to (li. to. its dun Mull continue in or before aid date as reqiJtrrd 1f''
every w-ssi-n m whatever typ uniSireapjn.rtionmt'Vit by the laws of Florida and the 200 E.: Call Street Dial WO 4-4801
all man two hours to do the same least six more years of good use has l...en affected.
:::::: in building operations should be prevented U5I: Florida Rules of Civil Pro
patch; the problem was How frcm her choppers! (d> Failure to eapporti at rguUir ;- cedure. If you fail to do 10.! a decree Group
1414 and if this is not possible, then new trees should song would it take if both men session, an.l providing for extraordinary pro confesso will be entered !& m !**!!*4jfLr7Ifl! Company

:::: be planted in the area to offset the loss. I"O"O' ion to perform the legislature re- against you for the relief demandedin ,
fopl'ortionm..nt.---hollid the complaint. The nature of
..'.... bed while they were vacationing ail to reipportion the representation said suit is to quiet and confirm the
If more towns would follothe example of Tallahassee ii Deland during August of 1934. in Legislature at any title or said plaintiffs to said Lot 11 The perfect tribute toa f \ I
:::::: reguar! session as re-juired. the above described, and to remote
and try to preserve their trees instead Mr. Brownlee figured the thieves Governor or the legislature itself clouds) therefrom. l lEvery
cherished
:::',:: of cutting them down on the slightest provocation Out : must have been bachelors because shall call the Legislature; into extraordinary HI- This order shall be published oncea memory .
to perform
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se "ion week for four consecutive weeksin
"".* ,. Florida .would be spared from the ravages they! took only things a man could duty within th-rtv; days after ad- Pradford County Telegraph; a )\

: : of "creeping treelessness" and would its Of use. .:.,urnm.-nt. XI "ther business: shal'! newspaper' published in said County funeral that we conduct
'h' preserve S SLumbering V be transacted during such ! :::::: natural beauty for the enjoyment of tourists and the session shall not recess for I herein.WITNESS. a source sustaining
'ban seventy-two hours. ex- hand Clerk of .
and turpentining more my as solace.and spiritual inspiration -
";", homeowners alike. The ? eeti that after a period of sixty said Circuit Court of Bradford
"gIffI" were important in Bradford Coun- days from the date the eMaord.nrv C'-unty. Florida. and the sealf to the family.
... tv in 1934 but apparently our srt-sU.n isonvenM.. the gover- said Court. at Starke. Florida tin -
U.... Past n'r may. by piotlamatjon. of the 2Sln day of August. 1953.ICIKCUIT .
pulpwood industry was just beginning Hundreds of details managed and economically
linn legislature! may. by c.current resolution. :: COURT SEAL are

.MIHI Not For Beatniks to be thought of. Some recess the Legislature adjourn! the to is, (CHARLES. DARP.T.Clerk attended to that only a trained and careiui
Hillllllll a future date or may of the Circuit Court of
rr-scarchers had proved that paper le-gislJtnre sine die Bradford County. Florida. organization can perform when the urgent need
When Headquarters Company. could be made from Southerns K.-presrntJition ot a newly 827 4t !9 17
..;;;.; The following dip into the past appearedfirst 2nd Bn. 124th Inf. created let countyA newly create. for serving is at hand.DeWITT j
: Florida National sh pine more 'economically --
::::: in the shelby (Mo.) Sun and has been reprinted Guard returned to Starke than from Canadian and New tli-r.untv Moi.se ha'e.>f one Itepreuentatiyefi repwrntatiy until in- In The Circuit Court Of The F.illh
or Florida In .tad C. JONES
Judicial ('Irt".t
i::::: numerous times since. It is not for beatniks after its 1934 summer training at !n land spruce. A Georgia man the until sueeding that time reaplM.rti.mm.iit it shall I* part For Bradford County. In ('Uancrry.Cane .
Camp Foster [ Jacksonville; 1 and district >o. 12-7M FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
HUMlim just us oldniks near 'cported: a good grade of white of :u'h adjoi.i.ne; senatorial ,,".ella
**IMI Lt. T. T. Long and Lt: H.: C. Wall newsprint could be made from as the Legislature shall deter- Plaintiff.Ruth Olisson VI!. Edward Starling Louis W lls PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610

.., .,. "Life may begin at 40. If you are 'some' past said: it was the best group they slash at $31.70 per ton as compared min. IX TESTIMONY; WIIEP.EOF. Defendant.niVORCF W" furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept

."-" that mark, however, you may remember had ever taken_ to camp. to $43.28 from spruce; And and l'have affixed h-reunto the set.Ireat my hand Seat' Amended Order Of Publication'And ANY life Insurance policy in force Issued by ANY company, M

",... They commended the following SQ.OUT Southern pulpwood industry State of Florida! at Notice To Defend In the NameOf
(Sealf the payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation
"."" "When a small town could support two black"Im men for their activities during bPgan. Tallahassee 3ir" of the September.Capital this A. Edward The State Louis of Florida Wells.to IMS TIenryAv carries no obligation. .
the 1st
:: : smith shops. Air conditioning in the bathroom camp: CpL W K. Griffis and Cpl. SMU.I CHIM ror'HT. BRAD- D1>59.R Toil'nue.*r*Des her..Plainos.hv TiotKied Illinois that a "'lit
James H. Dennis who operatedthe KORD ("Ot"ST1FLORin': A. r.p.AY.
consisted of two small half-moons in the little Secretary of !State
'!!!;: sending-and-receiving radio XO. (1-630 -

house at the end of the well-worn It set; Sgt. R. C. Johns and Cpl. A. J L Waters dib.'a; J. L. Waters Sept. 1& I;- -
"i!.. path. took GriK-pry Lawtey, Florida. Plaintiff ,/JJ 8f .C.t! :''':'' ,' ''' rI CLEARANCE
E. Wall who operated the "best \!'. Edgar Williams Cox 124 Law-
six flatirons to do the .
;;;;;; family washing. Dad telephone section in the regi- ley. Florida. Defendant.

It..., brought milk home from the in NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
llllllllllll neighbor's an ment"; Cpl. Vf. W. McDonell Jr. Notice Is hereby given that I,

"..,I open bucket. in charge of the Message Center, P. IX Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford I : )
I County. Florldi. nnder and by virtue P : ;DEALS
and: Sgt. Victor C. Thomas of IntElligence of a writ of Execution heretofore HEN

::::: I "When shorts was something you fed to the Section and Sgt. J. D. issued out of Small Claims t ,
Court. Bradford
::: bog, and not a covering for your posterior. When Doyle of Supply. Also commended styUd' cause,County.I have in levied the.above on the greatest successcar

were the company clerk Pvt. J. R. upon the following property to-wit:
Will you ,had .to wind up the phonograph after each 194S Chevrolet truck 45GK-451 : ;
KeUy and the "hard-boiled top- YtelJONIY of 1959 !

IHm: ::: record! was played, and rock was something mama kick", Vincent (ISaml Alvarez. ID As No.the FBA-S37976 property of the above :

: : did to the baby before she nan.ed defendant and that on the '
::: : every night rolled him S. 7 dy of Sept' 1959. between the \

: ::: info bed. The Starke Hotel. which enjoyed iesal hours of sale namely eleven Every 59 FORD in our showrooms..On our lots... and A tronsJ .......
a "cosmopolitan clientele dur- o"o| <-k in the forenoon and two 0'- '
"'"1 clock in the afternoon on said day 'NEE: gust be sold.. regardless of bow low we must gol1remendous seledi
... .. "When movies were silent except for a ing the tourist season. was completely at the KaM door of the Court House
..!l.. gumchewmg redecorated in July of in Pradford County, Florida I will I of aU models, most colors, oft accessories. Come A wIsh your ..
.. ..' piano player beating out "Hearts andFlowers" offer for sale' and ..
sell
to the highest BUT IIURRYJb !
tllklMltu 134. Extra baths and other modem : bidder for cash in hand the present car and cash i iii on these once-a-year savings

as the villain tied the helpless heroine conveniences were added to anove described property of said .....

Mill' to the railroad tack. brng the hotel up to the stand- defendant P. D. REDDISH, to satisfy! said execution.: -.. -t', & .. \

".." ard that "the travelling public Sheriff Bradford Co. "; ." 5-. !

"iI"".M "When Mama bent over the wash board from deirands these days." 813: 4t 9/13 I .-, l '

::: : 6. a.m. till noon each Monday. When you were S. Pr.OTOSED : :

...... Another group of travellers CWXSTITUTION'AL :
given a half-teaspoon of kerosene with sugar to AilKXD.ME.NT TO BE VOTED OX SEllS "Jig
""I foi'nd a haven at a camp 'on NOVEMBER! 3. 1959: -_:

:: knock out a cold. When you ran two miles to Brooklyn Lake near Keystone :NOTICE OF ELECTION -_

;;..a watch an airplane make a forced landing in a Heights in the summer of '34. The UZ WHEREAS 9. under the the Constitution Legislature of 1885 of; ;

"I1"; : nearby cornfield.I camp was described by a nationalwtit.er of tht State of Florida did pass a *
Joint Resuultion
'US'. as "the nation's first mobile proposing amend- ;
ment to the Constitution of the State 1 '

;...,:' "When the gals wore spit-curls and black transient camp" and houses 200 0? Florida and the same was agreedto '

..... bloomers, and a pony-tail was something horses wnderers>> age 18 to 70, who the by members a vote elected of three to fourth.each house of mil: LOANS;

:7: ,: used to shoo flies off their back. When the otherwise "would be in hobo jungles that the votes! of said Joint Resolution s 'T'
was entered upon their respective -
.. trains.
Sears-Roebuck or riding freight They
served Journals. with
; catalog a dual purpose. the yeas and
:" lived in tents and cleared an 87at' nays thereon and they did determine _
When the grocer gave the kids a sack of candy emergency landing field. and direct that the said Joint

:I"" .:' every time Dad paid the bill. When the baby Resolution be submitted to the electors lIrio L
S. >of.the State at the Special Election "",..,..... ....
"": diaper was a three-cornered affair. on XovemWr 3. 195JNOW. _
T T. Long in charge of saniUry THEP.EFORE. I R. A.OUAT. 'r' WISEST CHOICE
:r; : 'When Happy ., Secretary of State of the GALAXIES GALORE & WQRLD'S
Hooligan and Buster Brown work in the county 25 years State of Florida do hereby give notice : WAGONS

iii.il: were the favorite comic strips. When you had ago. was offering to screen build- that a Come in now, ,

."..1 to crank the Model T and hold the choke at the *ns with ERA labor if owners be SPECIAL:held In each ELECTIQXwill County In Flor- :$600 while there's a larger Our finest ever. *

i would buy materials. This program tda on the first Tuesday after the Yours at tremendousonceayear
: : time. When fromFORD'S !
: same changing tires meant just first Monday In Nbrember, A. D. .stock to choose ,
ofan anti-malaria
.Mill that not changing wheels. was part 1SW." the esht Tuesdaybeging "the savings.
.
llllllM.IM campaign. third day of a -.
November..for the ratification -
: S. or rejection of the said / POPULAR' __ .
"And last but. '
not least when the school Joint Resolution proposing Amendment .

"::: : .principal could "whup" the backsides of young Starke lost its ace pitching star -of Florida to the Constitution rte.- of the State CUSTOM 300 SEDANS Bring In,yow reflUtrotfon 1 1I
'
...... roughnecks.and still keep his job." in 1934 when Lefty J&e'Sptttaan SENATE: ; JOINT RESOLUTION "Folks Find Us Every one brand new f -be prepared for.'J'J
I
'UIU signed with Palatka.According NO. 6SOJOINT ;,

*'!; If any or all of these things strike.a responsive agreement, he would still be loan- to A.Apportionment- RESOLUTION; relating Friendly" and awaiting your bidj!] f Immediate delv ery"ORLD'S !
proposing an r
.
..... td to Starke for
important games. amen4ment to Article
chord VII of the
: you're well past 40 friend. Life / ;
may '
S. ,Florida Constitution V-8
for FAVORITE
: providing (k
|.' or may ,not be "just beginning," but one thing Foxhunters P. S. Denmark. T. frrty-four cenatorial districts; pro- LOCAL FINANCE S FORD
,vi-irp: plan if or MOST MODERN SIX
apportioning House
!:!! it's .
sure certainly changing. C. Chastain. John Taylor, Tate *f 'RepreseBtatives; and providing .. II<&l

'11 DenmarkRogers Ward Joe Edwards olan for filling vacancies treated Your choice plus FordomaticCruiseOMatic CUARAICE
Iti'H hereby: and declaring an emergency.
.
.. and J. P. Starling; with 'Whereas, the, Legislature of the COMPANY or conventional _

lu.ifMil another group..from Lake Butler Stat!.of.Floridi has determined that drive. Best prices in 5 years.TERWILLEGAR.
*a. emergency requiring an early) _
: -
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH had returned from a 'successful deci9i. -
nt by: the electors of the state '
116 N Walnut
: dow Tit."" atd.WHEREAS. : Street
II _8T..lIU chase 25 years ago. Their dogs
!
; an amendment to thee ;
H.ft4 I were turned out on the east'side tituMon, dealing with the subject (2 Doors From Post Office) MOTORS
H.i, &5rtt.A FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY KEW8JT .of
of the lake pnd within' two hoursa matter reapportionment PHONES
ishonld.-h. j"nbnte to the voters
: r. 'iVKT-VflV PAPER PUBLISHED : fox had been the
x CONTIKOU8XT bagged on f'AtI- ,
if !>:cSt t* ('If Florida at the W04-OlOlandWO4..O111
1||"" ""*"" VXDYB THE SAME MASTHEAD. north side. 't.'t nngttfMe time: NOW THERE- 206W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLORIDA

S.. FQRE.V .
-- ..EJI1.Hk&ksp.a.d Kmttiit _mm < dm** Mattes It Resolve hr the Legislatureof Mrs.. Marguerite. Hall, Mgr. 1w Used ear be sure to Ford .
'- at ta. Fat Office at tazke. FU. mmter Act .f .az. S, 187*. The home of Mr. and Mrs. H. ftc S'tte "f Florid*; ; you're interested an A-1 seeloW' DeoIeHl

I.. Brownlee .was entered and.rob- --Article-VII-of That the following- Constitution amendment of of I_




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THURSDAY. SEPT. 10. 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY 1FXEGRAPH; STARRK, FLORIDA t F;bi JTi'ti

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f :. St. Edwanfo CslhDc Church PE11'T6dos'rAL HOLINESS re!:.dic* urikndwn' ; JOMV* v< :.r. a distance! of 341 feet tbent'e. aforedesenbed property, and you .. dtf\"" it.r -
CHURCH JJlBB.: a 150 Known as Jontf;: Ifc- run south 25: frel to tl.e point I ate lit-"t>. .< t'. t. c vif u\ : mT trtn-t ...o _,obI
Starke. Florida \\ELII. and MA.NDY \k\\ 1brt. *l- .>f beginning; from said pointof > ur an!w.i inother pl.adingsi this Court .t Star's; r.*"_ -*
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn- 100 ;sown as MA.NDT McWUUP.re hegtnnmz h:.u-.. run Wesi n tiiis suit upon P'aintiffs' attor-I' o..tm; .. f"k.ri'h.: thitS day Of'September. -
Holyday] Masses tt 8:30 a. m. & ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic !idene. unknown: H. W. HAKKi. 14) fret. theix-e: run South 48740 tcr. nhne name and dilret appear A. D. ISiJ.iwi -
residence unknown: and C. feet theiH-e run East II J feet: It-Ion on or before the Kth > L. II!
) CHURCH NEWS 5:30: p. m.Weekday. services 7:30 p. m. T it."rn ..."ift...... unknown, hence run North 4"&..; fret to1th I dv of arln A. Darby
Mass at 8:00: a. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting I and. .to.. all parties.. claiming interest point of hfElnmnp All lying or Immediately thereafter lent Of drew Mart
: .t.b! unurr or again the and being; in the Northeast Quarter u-.u are mi'jirrU to file the original I'Y-Mima U Crosby'lh.pvty
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 7:30 p. m. above named Defendants and all OK1!.) of Section J;a. Tnwnchip pf V..IIT answer or other pleading : Clerk
f). m. parlithaving or claiming= to haveam : 7 South Rupee 51 East. ,, with the Cler;, of the circuit C.urt \ 7 .,fJI'Jft.. _
j .J.JI CHURCH OF GOD right title or Interest to the:. "r"df<>rd County, Florida.1RliFrrIIS ir.: and r-.r tiarfr.r Baptisms, marriages and Instructions folnwinlF H.
-- rioftcribed land. Inratrd : reirt fail not or a decree pro cen.f. <: FloiiifcMforn
I by appointment. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn in Bradford County Florida. _".itxommence : You an h..r..Kr. notified that a I ...Hj will he entered against you ..y fpr PlaintiffALVAREZ' /
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St. Mark's Ep IPTON BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunda at the Xorthe..t (VK, atilt to quirt title has been brought -"
trner n f Section Thirty <50>. in the Circuit Court In and for
.* Her. fUajpywd E. &( to First Baptist Grace Methodist Church Lawtey Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE Township Seven (7) South. Bradford Countv. Florida. aeaini' I t ffl I STORE Men's Clothing
Hampton. Sunday-Church School for all Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m Range Twentr-two (:%) Eat | Ton. and rah of you. and all peor-I
theme win West alone the renter ...n!! claim-nit' anrtate right. j j'tit Established 1894'HE lI1 1
? >-Sunday School 10 a. I : I
i Sunday Services 9:45 ages, 10 a. m; Morning Worship Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m line of State Head 13 and ::i !.- nr interest in. or lien upon the I
Church School; 11:00: Morning Worship. 11 a. m.; il a. m.; Evening song and sermon /
I tog Prayer and Sermon. Union, 7 p. m.; Evening service 8 p. m.WednesdayYouth FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH :: --

Holy Gonmu lI) "' ; 8 p. m. Fellowship LawteyA.

t dAy, 11:00 a-m.; Third -Prayer meeting 8 8 p. m.Chimes. E, Maswy. Pastor

7:30_ a.m. played Sun- Bible school 10 a. m. 1
are every
t Wednesday-7:00 p.m.. : Rev. W. P. McElroy. day morning and evening. Every- Preaching 11 a. m. CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
J Practice; 7:45 p.m. one welcome. Evening Service. 7:30: p m. --
Bible Study. m."A C'HUKCH: OF CHRIST Bible Study and Prayer Meet- _
L. Ove turn Jr, Minister
EVERGREEN .ng, 7SO: pm.. We ne8day. .
I Lit nTry CHURCH OF &) Sunday: School, 10 BAPTIST CHURCH Radio prcgram 8 to 8.30 a.

( in Cit m. morning service, 11 a. m.. each
presently meeting Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching n. Sunday over station
Sun: lay-!3&ie study service 6:30 p. m. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 WRGR. Starke. I

\\.tJrs 1lp. 11 a. m.EveningYoung. 1 I I o. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer k 111 111'I 111I
NEW IdVERBAI7IST
row A V CHAPEL
1! Meeting Wertneadaf 7:30: p. m. -
JAI I' +A
*!triy! 7; preaching. 7:30.: CHUPCH Wednesday Bible study, 730o ASSEMBLY OF GOD I

Wednesday-Bible I I School 10 a. m. Wor m. G. M. Osborne, Pastor x I

p. m. Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Servo Sunday School 10 ... m. MornIng .

i rUdJo projrram I I 't ? m. Prayer Meeting eao HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a. m. Eval gells- -4____ ___ _

WRGP M:iiday 6:3p: a. 7:30 p.m. Paul W. Murray, pastor. Seven i tic Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday k
weekly service. Invitation tp
prayer _
miles south of Starke on S. R. 100. ,.
I extended to
Sunday School. 10 a.m.; Wor- everyone. r'w I

ship service, 11 ajn.: Traininr f
: FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke NORTH RIDE
Union 7 p.m.; Evening worship b BAPTIST CHURCH c


Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor p.m.Wednesday Prayer meting Sunday School 11 lu in.a. m. Morn _ VV V y,.V, V f V V
tog Worship a. Training ka.j

Jefierson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town 7:30:Everyone p.m. welcome. Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Wcr-

shlp, 7:30 p. m":. Prayer Meeting
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9.2301 _Wednesda, 7:30: p. m. Everyone ; _
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
it(welcome. Rev H.. R. Carter:
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Cor. Call and Christian] i
Pastor. I
Minister: Bob L. Badgett
9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M.
Sunday School -
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Sund 9:45 -
Sunday School :
HEILBRONN :M1s.OnARY
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:
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A am.; Worship 10:45: ; Youth Ser- RUTIST CHURCH. : j ok I
ices, Junion Chi Rho (up to 111]

FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU 5 p.m.. Chi Rho 111 to 131 6 p.m. Sunday'Schoor, ia ti. m. Morn ,
.E 'I'ITHE
C.Y-F. [14 upj J 6 p.m.; Choir ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening f +rr,1N
THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Worship; 7:30: TrainingUnion
AT practice, 6:45.WednesdayJunior: p. m. way ,,. ,i i
;d y
( ) 6:30 Mid tlyr
Choir practice Sundays p. m. t

3 p.m. Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday -
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u 7:30 p.m. 'a n rappyo 4i

You Just "Naturally" Get the HAMPTON! CHRISTIAN
CHURCH lm the Orrait Court Of Bradford
e rnaty. Florida. la hairrry.. I
Sunday Bible School 10 a.
Jane G. Lr>1I ery. Plaintiff vs. Alex
Most Hot Water When Heating m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; L"\\t-O', 1'-.1. I iY__ tj
.NOTICE OK SUITIn o t
Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer The .rtinc ut the state\: OfFlorida >!.xr ?nY'F i CHURCH FOR ALL .
meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : To: ALL FOR THE CHURCH I
with SLADE GAS! AltX: Lowery RA .U3'iH.: Hq I
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John
m. White pastor. ana Mdtj Cu. 'i.th oiKPiii ttn., AIV k The Chord n tit' |triftl' factortariK ..
::1. <."/0 I' M, San Francisco, CaU-..' for die W>IJ>af of cfcjraclrr sagood
\ CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I" citimnhip. It w a Horrhom ofipmtutl
Purchase A LATTER You are hereby notified that a If to of the right of lilurt.Without O rck.etiKrr .
DAY SAINTS a... ..>. uituite aUlA custody and someone were deprive you a itronf <
Services each Sunday in old support| of mildren has IKCU' relaxation you would be a slave. democracy *or cmtixalto ewmvr.
V
T t' 10-Year Warranty Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday brought t .again.. ..you...... ptvl by! d Jane Court l>. j' There are four sound reasoN
School in a. m. Sacrament and cause and you are hereby 1I1IIft.u Yet relaxation itself can enslave us! why' every ptnoa sKouId alleiid service
rfr Service 6:30: .. .. ... .a .... .". .1.... ... 10 AUt: regularly anj (upport the' Ch.rch. They
GAS wel
p. m. Everyone I .Ian wle. For .hi
>,,:.r written answer or defenses to (1) For o> (2) *
I Nero is a villain of history because he fiddled while
, come. the Mid cause in the .
laint in chilJresi*sale. (3)) For the sake of h'a
i.ffi.-e ..f the Clerk of the above Rome burned. He couldn't have put out the fire comin\ ..iiy a.J iitton. (4) For kt< sake

groV. HOT WATER niOHLANO naimd HOIIM. in Court Starke.in Florida the Bounty, on or Court be- I but what a colossally stupid time to relax! of Ac Oi.rcl;> il<,lf./hKi| ..eds] 1 h.

f BAPTIST CHURCH fo'-e (H.tohvr 1, i''i3, and to serve a .local and malrnal. support. Plat to r I
Sunday School ".45 ''vl i therw'f uM,n Hums..V. Knight.plail.tlrf' There are hours in every week when we need to to charcb rtfularaid' red roar Bible r
HEATER a. m aUrornt'h. t' addreaalis
s 'I Morning Worshir II a. m. and Marke." Jo1ori!a. on or before said relax. And there are hours that challenge our might- daily.

+% 1 i iI 730 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I wilt date;I w otherwise., ,-'''.-re" awaiii"t d"'rf'pro: yo..confesbOj. f J iest effort. ,Dar fcook fie! Yin
; FOR Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. RevGeorjre This order shall. be pi}lish-d \
4.I : deism pastor. Everybody w t.rkiy for four ...o\lIhe{ seeks* l It is like those hours when, with millions the world 71'uaat 12 s-n
o ,in lladford Count TileRraplj. Itarn Dmn.mrt. 4 1-14
I I : welcome. duly qualified newspaper published ever, we:.have opportunity to', seek in our churches} TuesdarWedaodir IVdtcooomTPnUrooomy 5 H-tl
DruI 14 I-If
4.95 In i1'itnesa'Aid County.tnY hand and ",- -1 .f truth faith God'! TnumityFndat IJMnftoDr1llJ'&oao 6 1.19-
t this Ikwrtaosr 7 1-16
AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH ad! Court at Starke KlorKla.
t x 6th: day ruiRT-tEAt., : !\ The value of relaxation is unquestionable. Eut the away t ..120These
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn
,cmcriT
DOWN 1 W rHARMW A. DARBY value of religious and moral growth is 81fp--e!
a ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Court
Clerk of said
Union 6:45 Evening Wor 2i 4t '/|i8 i- -
AND : p. m.
::. c errreht Irs,.Rwrr A4W.s..c..SI'wl-. '
,ship, 8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer I ,
1. We the Sales Tax i 7:30 In Tb- Service
2. Free Pay Gas Installation Everyone Wednesday welcome.&IISSIONARY. p. m. Krndford.U'ial('.> 'nl.'heel In..c.haeer 1-. SatFor .. .I -;..,...'_. .....u ....."..,......._. .,,._-- _.--. .-y.:.- ; .-,

IT 10 UtIKT TIT "
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3. No Carrying Charges BAPTIST Ms Billie wife.Varnes Plaintiffs.and{ LuU. Thomas o.atnd':! Dixon j =r Li,::i;. ,2b; : .. ;"'v :;.i.LJ.. >:.......i -., .,

e. at I>efet>iant'NIT1'E ,
t For beats I Sunday School 9:45 aon. Morn- : OF *l" I
Cooking --- nothing ; ng r7Tshp! 11 a-m. Evening I TIlt\\-\LDOX: ST.1TE'r T"l'n..uJlp.Tn.X WnRTJI Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting I 11 ho&e re.idtm- lIaml'ton. Hr'td,
SLADE GAS! each Wednesday 7:30 I ford County Florida. and utn. '
p.m. Every mailing addrnt' ilS tS.X.S.; ;:I gadnay. !
1 'I one welcume.-Kev. H. H. Mott Marine Traasnort\eL.in} ,E 1Tr I 1 I I'I'
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Ioastor.. :;:.1 W:"'. nand r
Fp.F.n WHIPI'tX FtRLDINr JOHN A. TORODE
I HIDDEN !tc wlfl' Florida who;. tecidrore andhQI.I. GASOLINE CREASE;
Dade County,
IO .
Cemetery Working ,,- mailing address is co FI. r- 'I'
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I FUEL OIL KEROSENE;
I Ida Power & Lighf pI\flvalert DISTRIBUTOR FOR

.................. ........................ I I A cemetery working is scheduledfor 1 8..li kn.. ,.n Florida al Tl(111.1 TItO.:IA$. I\&nnwn ii' I LUBRICATION01LS[ MINERAL
Friday ., T>1XO.V.H1XSON. allO'
Sept. 18 at Elzey Chapel KT> r
near Worthington Springs. Interested -, ir'.tY his F wif.D\ r."id..ntnn".c .
JOHN SPIRITS
wn .
: ..VI''r
persons are asked to join n 0.\-15. his wife. .. : un.I."orn. .
H.\Y\"t:: ;; any
J"tPH o.
IIt in the days: work. OnOUOIA; V HAYXES.:: hi- \"Ife. \; I'tSECTICIDES'

r FIRESTONE TIRES : :
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1 FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL. OIL J I

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iin -" Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla.
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I RALPH HUBBARD

i W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO

; : i Bookkeeping and Income Tax1'Service I

1 Mayor of Starke Associate. Store i
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I {l tIw ri I : {1 ,1lhlli J Itn j .Denmark Furniture Co. GEM am Rosenberg & Son

N 1tiEktulf 't i' JEWELRY
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A 1 'h Of StarkeEDWARDS1 I New and Used Furniture

tE ct ArU ES b I .. V N. L. WOOD UU\ I

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"We can call Starke Builders Supplies, Inc..and get an 1 t

For Only $10 Down and $10 MonthlyYou estimate for another room.**

J & J FARM, HOME
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Can Purchase An

Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE

AUTOMATIC GAS RANGEWith NO MONEY DOWN .- .. I I I

Lifetime Guarantee Burners. Low Cost of Fuel

Low Upkeep Faster Cooking.
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Repair I Bank HARDY
1. WE PAY THE SALES TAX! Community State BROTHERS

': 3.2. NO FREE CARRYING INSTALLATION CHARGE! Add Rooms --- Carport t.I it,, la Of. r' StarkeGrocery -.: t Motor Company & CHASTEEN I I


I Bath Room I II I I

HEATING NEEDS
i FOR ALL YOUR .
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-

GO GAS SLADE GAS TURES)" IV and Market WARREN'S S M I T T Y s II IILf.wSONS '


Time To Re-roof Shell Station Barber Shop


Slade Gas 60 ; I i

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t STARKE BIIDERS TERWILLEGARMOTORS I
i GIB BROWN'SJo' GUY ANDREWS
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Service S't a on Real Estate

NEXT DOOR TO.: "I 'N-DL IEr SUPPLIES-: ; .. t-: i t Your Authorized: Ford Dealerr i.

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BitAUFOttU COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THt'RSDA'SEPT.. 19. 1939
rflGE SIX
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1- -'-After- ," I ham- Juveniles GetProbation Servicenter Moves Property Sales I r range 22 East; $1,400. I I I experience in the garment industry

//Five, Arrested Opening Game II He said about $400 had been collected Wilfred H. and Edith N. Addy and is rated as one of the top

75 PoundsOf I to date on season ticket To New LocationGoldwire Are Light For Week II I I to George E. and Hazel T. Utsey.! production men in the field. according -

Spearing Looms For BHS !ples and that sales would be con- For I[easterly part of lot I, Indian I I to The Times. His nelec-'

Black Baas tinued until game time at the Servicenter is open Property transaction recorded;t, Eeach Subdivision, 3500. ,tion of Lake Butler as a site for

nvUle men and a Grid Squad first hcme game on Sept. 25. He Hubcap TheftsThree for business in its new location at in the office of Clerk of the Circuit -|( W. H. and Jewell Eddy to the new plant came as the recult

Five jacks arrested at Brooklyn is hoping for increased sales on 135 E. Can S:. I formerly Bobbins' Court last week were comparatively -i;.Claude H. and Beatrice W. Camp- of negotiations with the recently

i Juvenile gaturdaywhile were in possession I Bradford High's Tornadoes the reserved midfield seats as that Juveniles and oneS 19- Store The business was formerly light, with 11 sales of j bell, property in section 29. town- organized Union County Development
l.ake 7 South 21 East authority for industrial
pf about 73 pounds of black bass have been putting in lots of rough i late approaches. 7ear-old were given probated sentences vated on W. Madison St., ad- $1.000 or more involving only I ship range ;

and undw-water spearfishing I scrimmage work in recent days ) The coach also said that City by Juvenile Court JudgeT. joining! Winn-Dixie. 137,800. Sale prices are computed -I' 1,200.. sites.

equipment. a? they prepare for the opening'' Recreation Director Bob Benner A. Yawn last week. They had Associated in Goldwire Servi-I| from the amount of documentary Minnie C. Bessent to Glaadys The new plant would need a

%v. a. Jookman, Wildlife officer game with Macclenny on Sept. 18. | has agreed to announce home been in county :jail awaiting the renter affixed to the deeds. Wasdin, lot 7 of block 3, Bradford building with 10,000 square feet
Gilbert
are Goldwire Ray stamps
his Coach Lennard Register said' gnmes over the public address j'idge's verdict since they entered 'I Heights. $1,200.J. I of floor space. The Times article
arrest he
nuking said saw
Goldwire. and Ed Bennett, in W. T. and Margaret O. Jacksonto I
system. guilty pleas to petit larceny T. and Minnie W. Quigleyto i said and the present plan is for
FnorkE"ls" ,in the water and when this week that the team was charge of the service department. Robert E. and Elizabeth Ben-'
lOOk-I charges on Aug. 25. Charles M. and Cynthia L.] the Development Authority to use
this of ,
men ing good at stage
the caoie out with spears he | Eervkenter carries a full line ner, lots 9 and 10 of block two
took them to Green Cove icon practice and was Election ResultsContinued Tommy Lee Coley. the oldest of Schmitt, lots 2 and 4 of block 36. money allocated to it by the UnIOn -
Springs I I of television stereo, radio, air con. South Gate Replat $1.300. II
e"d charged them each day. "We've got to be real the four, was sentenced at that J. M. Johns addition to Starke. County Commission in con.
with taking ditioning, washers apd dryers, and 3. E. and Hazel) C. McKay to
fresh water fish-by illegal means sharp lefore we go against Mac- I [ from Page 11 time to serve three months in Jail other appliances. Universal Inc., 20 acres, 2300. I I 3500. I struct ion of the building.

arid possession of fresh water fish clenny he said They will out- on each of two charges, but his
Doyle was elected in 1957, and S. E. and Hazel C. McKay to
while in weight us a lot in the line. They sentence was probated' when his Lake Butler Lands usa
of
possession illegal fishIng Clearing
I has been serving as chairman of License Sales Brisk Springpark Investment Company,
! devices. Bond for each was have three staiters and possibly'fourth a I'I'I three younger companions were
the streets committee. Lewis had 20 acres, 24QO. Clothing FactoryUnion (Continued from Page 1)
get at $100. in their line that are in put on probation.The During First WeekSales
served four previous council terms Henry W. and Bertha York to
htree senten-
tbe 200 pound bracket." juveniles were the floor the
The-defendants all from Jacksonville t expense would make
and was council chairman from Wilsrow and D. Ellis hit
Betty to have
prop- seems
are Clarence Eugene Register:: was cheered by the return rpi to indefinite terms in the of 1960 drivers' licensescontinued County it prohibitive.A .
: 1V50 to 1956. erty in section 34, township 5 pay dirt in its effort to obtain'I
] Industrial 'BoYs
Tlorida School for
Roberts 9131 to action of his husky full- future plan favored by the
Eaton Ave. Charles at
: brisk
a rate all durIng -
The record number of voters South 22 East; 7000. The Union I
range new industry. County
at Their will
"rack Sam Gardner. Gardner hasbeen Maripnna. sentences :
Gaylord Potter. 1831 Libery St.; jboird would be to build a bus
was only five more than last be withheld will the first week they were on I W. H. and Eoline Smith to Times stated last week that Nor- f
with as Coley's as
,
r irtis H. Duraway 1838 Walnut hobbled for several days : tarn with adequate storage and
gtt David Burch Rt. 2. Box 226. blistered feet but is running full Tear's new record of 1,601, which long as they do not violate any of rate at the County Judge's office. ', Richard Collins Smith property in rran H. Stephenson of Leeds Ala. i i pa.'king space; on school-owned

and Billy Overholser, 325 E. 8th I speed now. I WP.S thought to have been partiallydue the terms of their probation.The Through. Tuesday night there had section 28, township 6 South had selected Lake Butler as the property.

to the calendar trick that four had all admitted tak- I' range 22 East; $10,000. site for a plant to manufacture
St., and. the juveniles. II Halfback Johnny Devore and I ben 1,139 operators, 179 chauf- I The USO has been used: since
threw the first democratic pri- in series of James Willard Gaskins and men's and slacks.
Richard Dugger have been strutting ing part a of thefts fers and 39 restricted Is5't'd. boys' { its purchases by the Board some
permits -
their running stuff in recent !.miry on the same day as the city hubcaps from local car lots : hirley Harley Gaskins to James The Times said that the plant '!years ago as school offices, auxi-

sessions!: along with Gardner, and i election. and tools from a service station Willard Gaskins (as trustee for would eventually employ about 65--Jiary classrooms and Indoor rec-

w.c.T.u."THEY quarterbacks: Irwin Martin and I There was no crutch this year, and parked truck on Aug. 13 and Sales will continue during regular Jacqueline Virginia and Linda persons but that the owner hopedto : reation. Teen Time has used the

Harvey Tanner have smoothed however. There was simply the Aug. 16. office hours 18:30: to 5)). including Diane Gaskins), 3 lots. $4,000. start production before completion : -j front part of the building for its

SAY ALCOHOLISM: IS A I their ball handling and started largest registration in history and In another case involving three ; Wednesdays, for the remainder George L. and Lucille Lovell to of the building using a smaller [Saturday night meetings. but the

DISEASE SHOULD TIlE 1'itting more on their passes. Mar- more interest shown by voters on .uveniles, Judge Yawn continuedthe of the month. Licenses K. T. and Carrie Crews propertyin \ force. large auditorium has been unus-

NEWSPAPERS AND RADIO BE I tin is the short pass specialist, the final day. Pre-election activity charges and released the boys rn be purchased at a table set up I section 29, township 6 South, Stephenson has had extensive. ab'c because of stored; property

ALLOWED TO SPREAD A DISEASED rhile Tanner has been showing 'had: been light with the single on good behavior. They could be t In the south hallway of the court- -

IF SO. WHY OXT I accuracy on the longer heaves. exception of the Jaycee sponsored ; hr'led! into court again to face "ouse. Applicants should bring, ATTRUTIIK R.JuansToo"rn I

THEY TREAT IT UKE OTHER Register said he was also pleased political rally that was rained out the! charges if they are involved their 1959 permits.DOYLE } central masonry heat home paved air street conditionand large' Sell It Rent fi Trade
in
DISEASES?" with the kicking of fullback Friday night and had to be held I in any more unlawful incidents. !Ins Price |U/00.00.' 6.504 down.

Mmon Cottle and' the work of the courthouse. The three along with Carl Yar- THANKS VOTERSL balance $55.20 per' month.

(NATIONAL VOICE.) linemen Tom Gay. Allen Crews I. rough and Louis Griffis were COUNCIL RACE Two bed room frame home, beautiful CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___ '1.%$ Per lack tm ra..rfl..

Ronald: Crawford and Hank Graifi'Q"'N arrested Aug. 25 by Deputy SheriffD. My sincere grounds close\ in. Price 'ICI. ClO.- '1.00 PER ISCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED OE OR MORE TIMES
Sells Bonds thanks to the citizens 00. f3.5on.0rt;; down. Balance $5.OOlwr

City R. Redding at Lawtey and of Starke for re-electing me month. CARDS OF THA.NK: ir> T. M Wor.) ISM

,. o>-"" crmged with gambling. ynur City Councilman. OVER SO WORDS n -_. 4 feat. Per W.rtWF.WORI
:Y. '
.:>> > Two apartment house three nice
*"!!( } : ;: .... Yarbrough fond Griffis. of legal 1 will do best to conduct the lot facing City Park. Price $'.000.-;
.t' {* my A VI 4fl RF..O'.rT10 (I __ __ 4 ('_hi .. _. .
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i? I Court also had their cases continued :. WORn OR I.F.I0... I..rtl. <'1'.1... Cfcurret _. ..TlnniTIO
fair, and impattial manner.J. Three bed room frame' house large
1 i. You never Had It a&C on good behavior.Committee lot. paved street an ideal buy at
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work on Starke's : D. Doyle i.nn.l.0o! *. EU'" .U. WORD OVER 10 _, 4e Per W.r4

& natural gas distribution system Modern and new country home', latest :90% DISCOCST 0\ REPEVT I\SKRT1O\S S4.X4 AD
Heads
;; powerful loomed in the next two weeks ig, coaching. or managing is invited eonvenicn.e'.ahot' l'/i: years old, 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR AD *OT PAID I* AD\ l'tCJI' .
to attend. about six a.f"1 of fenced and improved -
.fter the ..City Council accepteda grou nd'. Prk-U1':5ft11. -
Named For Benner said that his plans: also
;._ : bid Tuesday for $425,000 in WE HAVE a new loan program for
...."'w4X.' _. revenue bonds which will be used include the organization of arts Two bed room frame hou! t. street. Near Soulhside Elementary
2' -
for the entire credit requirements
..fMW.dd. in the County FairSeeber ?nd crafts classes for adults and I School. Price t6.onO.00. $1.- .
system.
financing of the farmer and bis family.
..\.... .'".- ...<.,.,....,..,. '....,.;<. instructed children at a later date. 3v'.00 down balance $50.00 per Gainesville Production CredH 6 Months
The
: w.>.::v"l. ."/ ., >> city attorney was month. Association (20 North Main,

.,. t. t') notify Brown and Stephens D. Goodman, general A. J. THOMAS .RF.ALTORI -Gainesville Fla tchRADIOI *

Pipeline Contractors of Atlanta manager of the Bradford County : :; Temple Are.. (I'. S. 301 aer..

that the bonds had been sold. The Fair, this week named chairmen 'I SI. from r.,antr Crart Hsuiie) Hakea -REPAIREDAll AU N.deIaI.s.able Auto Liability
I W04-S701
Tel:
Georgia firm has a 174578.60 :af the several committees for entries Ckarces c..r....**
USED'CAR MlKPHKRtrS RADIO A TV
contract with the city which pro- in the fair which will be HELP WA..TEn-For full fashion !..... lireem 0..1'I

v'des: that construction work will hed Oct. 19-24 at the American hosiery work. Day or night shift. % K. fall Starke.!i|. Ph.Fla.COLONIAL ... WO 4-6901

iKgin within 10 days from notifi- Legion Fair grounds on North Knitters, operators and t>eamersneeded. $15.00
Experience:: desirable but
cation of the bond sale. Temple Avenue. FLORIST
not necessary. Will train applicants
Only two bids were submittedto This year's fair will be the first interested up to 35 years old. If Interested Only Kowers! F. wired T. D. any Florist place.in Flowers Starke.
in a permanent Job apply
the Council and the low bid of held under n2W state laws which CIrefn Cove Hosiery Mill Green for all occasions locally. Phone

Pcarce Garrison and Wulbern of were aimed at one-night carnivals C ".n' Spring. "'19. Itchg WO 4-6291. 506 East Nona St. tfchg

Jacksonville was accepted after that have avoided paying taxesin IN: CITY POUXD black and tan FOR RENT: -Furnished apart- Doyle E. Conner

two hours deliberation. The council the past by masquerading as male' hound and 1 red female bird ments. Reasonable rates. Near
.,. bids carried puppy. Owner may have by payIng shopping renter. Phone WO '-:011
thought that both livestock fairs. The new laws re- advertising cost and board. Con- tr WO 4-5134 or call at 213 S.
interest rates that were too high- q"ire certain numbers of entries tart f'lty poll.... Itchg Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. Insurance Agency
tfch
4st. Pearce Garrison and Wulbern, in each of the: several division; FOR SALE-Completely reconditioned *
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.- !- who have been acting as fiscal listed below, with the respective. "A 54 HP Evinrude. Call WO FOR RENT:; -KingsU-y Lake efficlnoy 218 Temple Ave.
.. 4-4 oe K"y''tOfi<' 4274 If tigFOK apartment or week
cottage by
for the city also submniteted chairmen: : PHONE WO 4-4501
Choose tvery best gasolene agents E SPECIALS :'T month. Call WO 4-5011 C. II.
the winning bid. .They were Paul Hutchins, entries from 4-H hath RENT apartmf'nt.tl1ltif'-Furnished 3!'rooms furnished.and Nasworthy. tfchg I I

for your car j'ined'in their effort by two other Clubs and FFA chapters.Bob Private entrance.' 1805 Raiford Rd.

companies; Goodby and Co., and McIntyre, individual and 1Ir.. I,. D. Cre'n' Phone WO 4-1232. HASTINGS MATTRESS !

*. Herbert J. Sims and Co. The bid community displays; ttchg17 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS -
t ,
that the ctty will pay M. B. KOK SALE-1S4S Ford. heater ra- <8 no"" sma
rrovides
100 PLUS for the ultimat. in luxury performance. Jordan horticultural dio. running condition. Reasonable.fall 710 Lemon St. FaUUtu OVAUfT PAm
U6S,3'l1i'in interest on the $425- products; WO f-UI l after Ii pm. Up
aver 100 octane plus worthwilt protective $() rllCft
every 000: principal over a period of 30rsrirs. Miss Dorothy Ross and Mrs. L. 1954 Ford Furniture Repaired, Uphol
FOR SALF.-I gallon Jug, EC each.
44 feature.. '..fcg$ r The average annual inter- H. Gibson, culinary, household Case included. Florida Theatre. stered & Refinished WINKLER

cst: will be 5.76 per cent.A !art. religious, home demonstration, ItchgPI MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ELECTRIC
at ordinary premium
d S-D premium
: SUKR a super SERVICE
:1" second syndicate of bond buy- :liome economics educational andcivic RM"HEI> RK>T.\LS! Innerspringsand
Perfect for loda/i high compression auto- Pickup 234 X. Temple Starke
price.
headed by Juran entries
companies, group :
ng Apartment 3% miles South of Starke Box S ringa
:. mobiles... and MOOdY, with four other companies Bill Haas, fruit and. vegetablecrops and Modern frame house 4 miles' Drop Us a Card or Call PHONE WO 4-4081
would .North of Starke. Both facing U. S.
MlllMASUR-prtmlum performance, regular price. submitted a bid that ; :.)l. Adults ony! no inside pets.A. PALATKA EA 5-9166 WANTED BT
the annual T. C. Hazon? Jr. '
have cost city an average arts crafts EPEP.lENCEDPainters and dry

Stepped up octant, power and mileage! interest rate of 5.88 per cent, photography, antiques. and .Scout 1958 Ford Zttt TVmpIe. J. THOMAS.'*se.' (f.RKU.TOR!S. 31 .('r... MRS. PEGGY STARKE SHALLER\\'O 4-5934 Contact wall work Jack by hour Rouser or by the Job.
Starke at J ft J
or $474,435 over the 30-year peri handiwork; St. from {'...tT C..rt H...eTeL ) Bniidrrs for information. Guaranteed

George Huggins, livestock; .WO 45701P.O. Agent work.

od.The second bid would have cost Don Champion forestry; .IMS FOR RENT-Gentlemen' on- tfchg
: FOR
SILCOX the; city $9,060 in added interest R. C. Dampier, ponies. Pickup !y. Rrt-wn Refrigeration in Olson SALE
r'M" !!4< S Walnut !St !t,-lig17!
during the life of the bonds. County Agent George Huggins MRGR HOME 1954 Ford V-8 Truck. 3-4 Ton,
aid he looks forward to the best FOR nr--lT-f room house com FOR SALE-Colonial-type house,
submitted Light
who Duty. Stake
Edward R. Wulbern,
plet-ly furnishtd. For couple' Body.
or 4 bedrooms, living rm., family .
rm.
CITIES SERVICE the low bid for his compa- fair held in the county during recent "\'Ib Infant. child.! Inquire 73J N. dining rm.. sun parlor; located N.
: arid he Th..mn..on !O:t 1t.hlll' LOCAL FINANCE
nv, told City Attorney Arch years urged all perSons : Walnut St, choice residential area; COMPANY
1959 Ford close to business section schools, 118
interested in N. Walnut
Thomas, Jr. that it was common entering an exhibit FOr SALE Approximately 90 percent churches. Lot extends depth of en- St.
to contact the proper committee of an H month course at tire block. Will sell Phone WO 40101Men's
.
tld 'IS .1.V aldma.L OL practice for firms who act asp JOTKJ Business College. For further partly furnished
itecal agents to submit bids on chairman at pnce. information contact Bryant Newrmnt if desired. Contact owner Mrs. H.
B. McLendon
3025 Westchester Orlando I
bond issues they advertise. Hei'id Huegins said: one of the main 3-4 Ton at 1104 %V. Pratt St.. Stark.. Fla.. or inquire Bradford

announcements that the bids events of the six day fair wouldbe 1IP Counly Telegraph. tfchg II I

The New Script I would be sold had been sent to 75 the third annual Rural-Urban FOIl !t\I.K OR WILL TRADE TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES- -- madeto Leather

companies, and he had no previous Day. sponsored by the Starke Rotary cruer. Mrs. Peggy Shatter.! 2 o,
1
Club. The Rotarians hosted Oar large home at 337 N. Walnut 11:. Adkins. phone WO 4-S4J4 tfchg
knowledge as to how many or 1958 Dodge V-8 St. This Is a wonderful place to live. HALF SOLES
which of them would submit bids. 175 farmers at a fish fry last year Three or four large bedroom plus Furnished house for Rent on Silver
Business Line Ball Pens Wulbern also said he did not and hope to have an attendanceof 15"' x 30' living room with fireplace, Lake Inquire at Greyhound Bus I
I! IS dining room; IT x 30' Florida Station. tfchg
I think the city could reasonably at least 250 this year. o- family room; U' s U' kitchen. I II 1.50 upMen'

bids Large lot thru to Clark St. H'KlO'RIILm'%(; HI PPL. i
expect to get more acceptable
Large arport; pecan trre camellia Has one Jot of roofing -
afwa a..mn..m ,
Refills
and il it refused those offered and Fall Recreation 1955 Plymouth slid auIra5. Only I block to Post in excellent condition, it will Ire Rubber
')ffice and everything downtown. I
roadvertised the bonds He said ewld on first conic first serve basis.
;i Very reasonably priced at below Aim used and all siz,. in
new pipe s
WRITING therewas a-pessibility-the-bo4d Program ExpandsTouch subdivision house. b->th black and galvanized. All klndtf I HEELS 85 Up
i FOR ALL BUSINESS market might change for the bet- Will accept moderate down payment ( pipe fitting, plumbing fixtures.

tT at a later date, but his evaluation Wagon :tome or in will trade take or will your trade present for hannel Lumber iron angle' iron and and hardwareof steel I
football plate paint
indicatad that it probably teams for 5th acreage or timber land. all kinds. Special on "," gromeplywood I
each I and 6th grade boys in both local panels I, inch 4N'! We Extra
25c
only would not change for the better J. F. (BILL) WALL Special!
j in the near future. elementary schools are among the Ht. :3. Box 399. Phone IMS *r 723W10 buy material and sll of every nw and description used building I

1 fall program of activities announced Lake City FUrMa Drop in and I look around. Yard in !
) He said that his firm's dual tfchg of Dad factory or call and*
Big
yesterday by City Recreation 1954 FordWagon rear HALF SOLES
pacity as the city's hired fical WO 4.4001 and ask for Bob
REFILLABLE! C Director! Bob Benner. Other plans FOR SALE-One young Hereford I;'ames.N.ASTAL.
y cgent and as a competitive bidder for fall include on. Cyrus E. Beam' Rt. Z. Box !
tumbling and .
would not create conflict of interest 2H. Starke. Up
a trampoline BERIl'D.HAY for sale; HEELS Up
2-
classes
arts and crafts, .
; and he recommended that -FOR SALE-Farrnall Cub Fertilized :;00 Ibll. 10-10-10 per acre
.and a volley baa league for adults. Tractor HO per ton. Contact Jorge Valldelull. -
/ with Refills 1 lOc the best bid (his own 1 be ac- Benner and equipment. Inquire Gene R. Highway ;i. Clay County.
ea.'Ji" / cepted. announced the following Starling, Rt I, Box 187. Lawtey.. 3tp ',JO
I schedule for organization ___ 3tp 24DEN STARKE'S SHOEREPAIRING
After the intensive grilling""bythe : LARGE STORAGE SPACE For
meetings of the various activities: RHODES NURSERY HOME
BLUE city attorney, the council -Good car for child. Fair '_tit Call W u Monday Sept. 14-iTouch: footfall your
& 2 New Cars Left rates. Phone WO 4-3031: 112Ctfch N.Thonp"on. .
"" h ard a motion of acceptance by meeting immediately) after !i FILED and all old saws'econditloned !

BLACK Randal Chitty, and seconded by school for Starke Elementary boys lelivered. Phone like WO jiew 4-1441.Call for Calvin and 123 S. Walnut St.

One Wiggins. The motion was )f'5th and 6th HOUSE FOR RENT-S bedroom!. 2 Jonns. tfchg
RED grades. Girls from 1 NEW TRUCK baths. Could be used as two apartfenrs. Across from Park Theatre
unanimously 'accepted in a roll these two grades who would like Phon.0 4-8584. Itp FOR LE3 BEDROOM HOfSE. .

FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS call vote. .0 try out for cheerleader' will FLORIDA JO STRAWBERRY '.arge living room combination dln-

Wulbern said the bond money meet at the same time. Both meetings PLANTS for sale. Ready to *ei 'i\g\ rom and kitchen bath. (24 X.herrr .
t'SBU CASH REGISTERS
St. Phone WO 4.8UI. For
($418.625)auld) be available for at the playground. BUY NOW and now.. Ned C. Coleman. %tp GriffisLfop. -11! 3tp 9/17 SalVan H. Priest S and $1.05Store

the city as soon as the bonds were Tuesday Sept. 15-Touch football J tcbi Ii|17. '
i The most economical FOR SALF.ThrbPdroom lake I FOR RENT I BEDROOM un-
printed and ready for the company meeting immediately after home near' Keystone Heights. Apartment '1Jml. to pick up. The money the city irhool for Southside Elementary SAVE house with office space In'' ':nmy Moore at Gulf Station next : iant'irnished house at 380 X. Cherry
Gainesville.' Will FUrke door tfchg St. Rent readable. Floyd Green
writing ever devised. Fill! receive is equal to 98.5 percent boys, 5th and .6th grades. Girl property In tmde.' accept Dr. Boltin'f'r.r. phone WO -2912.. tfchf

: of the face value of the bonds cheerleader candidates: from these -won 4.SRI qtrkp trJ' FOR RENT J PEDROOM modern

<> which were sold on a discountbid. ;grades will meet! at the time I itiise. circulating heater on Kings'ey FOR RENT Three nnfcrnlfhed
same FOR SALE Strawberry plant Fla apartments. 1-7 1-J
'. Lake. Winter rates. See Mrs II. room room and
If.they had been sold at full at the playground. TERW1LLEGAR an... L. R. !Starline. HeilbronnBorings. r. Benre' at 111 V- a '..h If 2 rom. Utilities furnished. Central.Iy .
; Inquire at till Reddish' ibraked. K'!' nnable.
face value the interest.paid would Thursday 17 4 Phone WO
Sept. at
-Meeting ?tor 2ti '-I, FOR RENT-5 room famished a- j IIJJ or after S p. m. WO 4-5114
have more than equaled the discount rhe USO. 3:30: p. m. for boys and lartment <24 :>:. Church St. Apply or call at 2U: S. Cherry St. tfche
FOP. SALE.-Boat and trailer 145 l. X Church !.t. tf>h*
.1 BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH the city is paying. girls 8 years or older, who would MOTORSHonest wheelbarrow *!a. 1 rtable water

The Jacksonville concern sub- like to join classes in tumblingand """.''. C.1T WO 4-?!S4. Up FOR RENT-Unfurnished small AMBITIOUS WOMEN

m'tted a certified good faith" trampoline. Classes for beginners house at rear of atore building at
*"OR !S\T..E-FlArence Kerosene"rre. 321 Temple Ave. Contact Mrm.Xauile School
check in the amount of $8,500 and advanced'students.. Dependable 5 burner In rood condition Mott at McCarthy's Garage. days mean added expense: !
-, S tA 534 W. Madison S tItp :S milnn P.a''ord Rd tfchgJO Let AVON help turn '
which will be held by the city Thursday, Sept. 17 -Meeting Reliable Can at your spare

: until the bond purchase moneyis for adults who'would like.to<
made available. ganize a volley ban league :for UL" tIDY WI-lTF.T\-rl1" ben.e1enced. PLANTS: for ale.. John Magrarl.Rt. OoMa Sweat, P. O. Box 540 Live
I Good pay. Nlck'. Fro r Rot 55U. 3 niL North of' Fla.
men. Everyone Interested in pIai- Stand. 2tp 9-17 Starke on US iOL 2tp -17 _ ._ __

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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA '-


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STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT. II, 1959


Glanville-Carroll I r"1 ...............Y..Y....., .

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ..1,
HeldIn "
I Wedding } :: MELROSE

By Mary K. sehaeffer Topeka, KansasMiss r. -. ..;

','s\ ,.;
By Joyce Rothhammtr
Executive Board Meets I man. Charles Tolford. Barbara Ann Glanville and .',-

The Executive Board of the j Duplicate To Change Evenings Michael Norman Carroll were 1., ; UAAAAAAAAAALIAAuVLAAAJack

Keystone Heights Woman's Club The Keystone Heights Duplicate married at 3 p. m. Sunday Aug. ,4t Watson visited Mr. and

met in the School auditorium on Bridge Club will begin its winter 30, in Trinity Methodist Church, I Mrs. Evans Spiles and family last

Thursday evening, Sept. 3. for a scr.edule starting Monday, Sept. Topeka, Kansas. ; weekend.

general planning session and to 14, and will continue to meet each The bride is the daughter of Mr. 9 .... I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Masters L4 ', rr Lfc a! _
there'after- There will be and Mrs. James E. Glanville of
appoint committees for the com-1 Monday and son. Eddie moved last weekto
iiie year. Present were School 10 meeting this week. Topeka, while Mr. Carroll is then Jacksonville.Mr. .

Principal Earl Cherry; P. T. A. '' On August 20, Mrs. Anne Biss s of Mrs. Myra B. Jordan of and Mrs Mike Carroll are Melrose School '

President Bill Beam; Vice President s ) and Mrs Edward Burns, both Melrose! and Norman B. Carroll visiting Mr. Carroll's mother, Mrs. Using J .

Frank Harris; Secretary. ot Starke won top honors at duplicate of Independence Mo. Roy Jordan.

Mrs. Thomas Elmore, Billy Wolf; while Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Given in marriage by her fath- Mr. and Mrs.: R. M. Cason spenta Two New Classrooms ..?, .

and the following committee Piflon were second high. At the pro the bride wore a gown of white 5+r few days last week with their

airmen: Program Chairman, I i August 27 meeting Mrs. Edith bridal satin, fashioned with fitted -., '' son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Pictured'atiore are the two new lp a'4'

Frank Harris; Membership Chairman : Larsen and Mrs. Millie Robinson, brdice of lace, and featuring a Mrs. C. L. Harris. classrooms ,for grO1ItglelroSt> f
.rG .
Mrs. Kyle McMurtry; Hospitality -,:, both of Lake Geneva, were high portrait neckline. The long sleeves Mrs. G. E. Wiggins. Keystone School. Their doors were opened c I

Chairman, Mrs. Jack scorers while Mrs. Anne Bissell were tapered at the wrist., and Heights and Mrs. Belle Ivy of for pupils for the first time on i Clio-r : :-r rd
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the
full skirt ended in brief .
Reid; Publicity Chairman, MaryK. and Mrs. Edward Burns were second a Green Cove Springs were visitorsat Wdnesday. Aug. 26. .a rfi t
: Schaeffer; Health Chairman, |t trgm. Her fingertip veil i of white the home of Mr. and Mrs. JohnS. I
Mrs. Lew Muir: Legislation CoChairmen -', Help Wanted t'jlle was attached to a crown of ,Griner Tuesday.Mr. Built at a cost of approximately I[ Lower photo shows the I(I parent approval is 6-year-old

Mrs Charles McGlave I lace and pea"k. she carried a cascade and Mrs. 2'--.000. the new classrooms are cf the building which [Term Rothhammer. daughter of
This school the Clinic at G. H. "Bouck and
and Mr Jennings Murrhee; Budget : tne school-hoiise year will be staffedby bouquets of yellow roses. :iiL family of Miami visited Mrs. Bo- et: rolled to the rest of the schoolby sink blackboards closet. i ian i'Mr, and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.This .
,i Miss Marcia Glanville, the r even a bathroom is the first grade room. with
and Finance Chairmen, E- T. uck's brothei--in-law a covered walkway. Construct-
volunteers. This is a new PTA ,, and sister,
bride's sister, was maid of honor. '- for use by the primary i!i !Mrs\ Lollie Chrenshaw teaching.
Martin and Jack Reid; Civil Defense Project for the protection of our : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Holden kn of. the new building was start-
She wore & peacock blue dress of and 1 rooms are painted with I|I The adjoining room is being used
family. I
and Chairmen Ray
Safety children and its depends ,: td
McGlave success 'brocade taffeta with an overskirtof Mrs. Earl ( last'spring and finished shortly ,are pleasing to children. |. for the second grade, with Mrs.
Chance and Charles ,
; for Hartsfield and daughter -
1 on YOU If can serve one
you
H'gh School Survey Chairman lighter blue net. Her headpiecewas Susie, of I II before the new term opened. f fhexs Surveying her room \ Gloria'I M'Mred Worley teaching.
nay a month-or part of a day, '' .A. Jacksonville were
of white net trimmed with
A'fx Brokas; and Carnival Chair- please contact Mrs. L. S. Muir, '' w- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I and Oscar Baldwin;'H iry Williams. Morris and Dan Ford: treasurer.
blue flowers. She carried a bouquetof
i Health Chairman at 4327, Mrs. w .k John Harpe and family.Mr. :.Child Welfare Mrs. Walter Wil- SCHOOL NEWS R. L. Johnson. Those elected in

rack L. Reid at 4220, Mrs. Thomas Bridesmaids yellow chiysanthemums.Miss Elizabeth : and Mrs. Rube Campbell of on; Child, Health. Mrs. Edyth Classes have been tne sophomore ss were presi-

Health Facts !; Elmore at 4290, or Mrs. CharlieI 'D"nnon, cousin were of the bride, of Mr C.eria. Ala., spent a few days with France; Hospitality, Mrs. Thelma ficers for the year. Those dent. Larry Linden: vice-president

I I McGlave at 4278. > I Campbell's brother and sister- Preston and Mrs. Agnes Hanks; from the Senior Class are: :Brent Formy-Duval: secretary
I IJ. BI ndale. Calif., and Miss Dorothy| '-tBig
Accidents, jolts Strain and', Good Luck To Bobby I Glanville, another cousin of Ottawa \ ir-law. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Campbell Membership Eugene Brant- rent' Bill Pace, (Continued On Page Eight 1

bruiser produce spinal misalignments -: Robert S. *I Bobby 1 Redfearn, Kansas. They wore dressesof I lev Mrs. Ester King Rev. W. S. 'Gene Stanton; secretaries, ';

uhioh in turn produce nerve:f::nn of Mr. and Mrs. W. Huntleyi medium yellow brocade taffeta Guests at the home of Mr. and Formy-Duval, and Mrs. Mildred ,I ,
pressures. i Redfearn of Keystone, is attending Mrs. Albert Spires last week included Worley; Program Rev. M. H. -
with cummerbunds. Their j
gold
2. Nerve pressure produce faul-,I ; Gordon Military College at headpieces were of gold ret and j Fish CaughtAt Mr. and Mrs. John Rynd "Bill" Breyfogle: Publicity, Miss' New SubdivisionJUST

ty function in any organ of the' Harnesulle, Ga.. this winter. This they carried bouquets of bronzec Gold Head ParkC. and children Patsy and Bobbie, Joyce Rothhanvner; General
j well-known institution and of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. W. OPENED ON
human body. I 15 a : rysanthemums. Chairman of School Carnival, I"z | BEST
i Burs
3. Drugs do not correct the i cadets come from all over the The candle jghters were Miss;t J. Drinkuth of Miami is the R- Mcrrett of Roanoke Va.
spinal United States and several foreigncountries. !I II A. T. Vermillion of Kingsport,
misalignment! ; they only
proud exhibitor of 12-pound
Mary Glanville, sister of the bride a Gator Bone Lake
ease the pain temporarily and invariably -|(I Bobby! will be in the' and Miss Cynthia Miller the I bas caught recently at Gold Head Tennvisited Mr. and Mrs. E. IFerrell > COT ISUMMER IV LAKE FRONT LOTS

disturb! the function of high school division, and all his bride's cousin, of LaCrescenta,!Branch State Park on Lake John- last.week. i,
other organs. !!I friends wish him continued good Guests of Rev. and Mrs. M. H. Near Keystone Heights
son. Park personnel report that
Chf. Their dresses were of pale I
4. Your tiPf'C-1 luck. I Bill 1 Breyfogle and family last COLD GOOD SANDY BEACHES[
Chiropractor is a peacock blue brocade taffeta with fishing: at this popular recreationspot
ialist in removing nerve pressure. Local Girl Takes To Bike I o'rerskirts of blue net. They wore I has been "picking up" in recent week included Rev. Breyfogle'ssister. Nice Shade large Lots

Remember there is no substitute -' Miss Anne Vance has been writing headpieces of blue net and carried weeks. Miss Pat Breyfogle of Beau- $2.275 TO $2,575
for a spinal'adjustment. It : interesting letters to hermother. fort, S. C., his mother Mrs- M.
i pile yellow chrysanthemums on ._ II 20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY
can restore hf'Altfaaitpr everything -,, Mrs. Autrey Vance, concerning ......YYYYTY.YYYYYYYT... Breyfogle of Deland ,Fla. and his k
PI'Of' has failed. her adventures in Ger- fch'e!The candles.bride's gown and attend- brother Bob Breyfogle of Chicago ft t ft spptwnalfc i S. E. M9KA REALTOR

Bring jour health problems to i f fp-iny where she recently went to FLORAHOMEAND 111- ODD
all handmadeby
ants' dresses
were i
j teach school. Anne is in Baben- the bride. J. J. Hogan returned Friday RELIEF Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2031; 4151 !

Dr. H. G. Bellinger hansen, which she describes as Frank Weakland of Barnsbor- GRANDIN from a two week visit in Miami Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968

being a little larger than Keystone where he visited his soninlawand
Chiropractic Offices ough. Pa. served as best man, .
Heights. and resembling St. Augu- By Dane daughter Rev. and Mrs-
426 N. Walnut St. stine in its quaintness and nar- while ushers were Roger Evan- Ralph Rivers and family,
stad: Grank ,Forks N. D., Frank AAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr.
Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor ; ro wstreets. Since school did not Colonel Emma E. Vogel returned -
Cancinsi, Cleveland, Ohio, Art and Mrs. Ronnie Carnes of
begin until Sept. 9, Anne has had Sept. 3rd from a visit of several -
Walls. Orlando, and Andy Blanke, Florahome have moved to Charleston Beach. She ,
72& some time to become orientated.She days in Daytona
E.UJLhm'51tJ.: ; r- has bought bicycle because Phoenix.-AJ: ,.....-... ._ _r S. CV where .Air. Carnes is w4 accompanied by- Major Felie 1 I
Phone 6-3238 OaIDelvUJe
sh is a bit timid about driving avr Following a reception at the now stationed in the Navy. Clark, librarian at King College;
20 Years Experience home of the bride's parents, Mr. Mrs. H. K. Tyre and daughter, Bristol. Tenn.
over there where there are
and Mrs. Can-ollett for a wedding Palatka visited Mr.
Navaughn, of Mrs. Gertrude Vervoort who has
m speed laws, no stop signs, and .
.- trip to Florida. and Mrs. O. C. Carnes over the been spending the summer with
The bride is a graduate of Topeka Labor weekend.Mr. her Mrs. H. Pearsall,
I. Day cousin J.
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's High School and is a sophOMore and Mrs. Robert Craig and returned to her home in Buena Oldest Name in Electric Household Appliances
in To-
Wasnburn College
at '
sons, Billy -and Robert, of Miami Vista Va. Thursday.
Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes
Mr. Carroll attended Melrose [
peka. visited T. L. Drake at his home in Morgan Pearsall and children

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY High School before enteringthe Floral orne' over the Labor Day .Dick and Nancy who have been
Air Force. He is now station-I j'I'weekend.Mr. spending two weeks with his I

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner ed at Forbes Air Force and Mrs. Howard Young of .mother, Mrs. J. H. Pearsall returned -
I i'
Tcpeka. [ Florahome spent Sunday at Salt, to their home in Haverhill, .
held by the I .
A reception was MassThursday..
Springs.
I bridegroom's family on Sunday. ,O. C. Carnes and Hiram Tyre .Mr. -and Mrs. R. H. Prugh and
Sept. 6. from 3 to 5 o'clock at the
COMPLETE TREE SERVICE went fishing at Flagler Beach on family of Jacksonville are visiting
grandmother -
of the bridegroom's
home
Labor Day. Mr. Prugh's mother Mrs. L. M. .i
Mrs. Mabel C. Bayless,

Pruning Cavity Work in Melrose. Friends and relatives children Mr. and, Frankie Mrs. Ercell and Sapp Judy,and of'I; PearsalL Mr. and Mrs Shuler P. Cox and

*" Tree Removal were invited to greet the coupleat :
T Bracing family of Jacksonville spent Mon-
Grandin spent Sunday at Gold 49 lB. FHfEIER1 ITH
De- Ios. ing TransplantingFree this time.p Head Branch State Park. day with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mann. r 4

Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S Mrs. Rebecca Betancourt of Rev. and Mrs. H. Y. Tyler and ; yt 0 17 IB. CHIUEI DRAWER

-,..ple drive on both sides of the\i Grandin returned home from Doc- son H: W. Tyler, Jr. of Tallahassee a.Y,+

street. She is currently taking a tors Hospital on Monday. spent several days with Mr. -

TREE SURGEONS course in German sO< she can talk t and Mrs. E. J. Hogan at theMeth- I pr
I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clough ,
xiist Youth Camp at Leesburg.Sen.
tc some of the townfolk. Her pu- : wet'kendith Mrs. Y
spent the and Mrs. J. E. IRedl Cross .. tr
to be children of American f.
PETE SAPP, Owner pHs are Wira Herring of Grandin. Mrs.
personnel.Mrs. spent a few days in Jacksonvilleat ,
STARKE PHONE WO 43965P. Military Clough will remain with her moth- a legislator meeting. James Is Home
0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Mrs. Anna James has returned el for a while. Charles Rogers of Tampa visited FAMILY SIZE

1 Tom Holly of Grandin went t. hH' mother, Mrs. R. W. Rogers,
AGENTS from her "Sentimental Journey"o Mrs. ., 14i N 10.8 CO. FT. CAPACITY
] Alabama on Friday to get lest veek. .r
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617 England, Scotland Ireland, and ::
I Holly and the children, Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. P. i rMYtij
home August
She arrived
Gainesville Fla. Ocala. Fla. Prance.
She I and Shelia, who have been visiting Dimk H spent the weekend in
24, after 6 weeks of travel.
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. j relatives for the past month. Miami Visiting Mr. Dunk's father
went partly by boat, and, partly ,
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent by plane visiting Cherbourg I|I Mrs. Ercell Sapp and children.' Dr. George Dunk. ;

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. Paris. London. Glasgow Edinb Frankie and Judy, of Grandin Duplicate Bridge

224.N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 rgh Liverpool. Dublin and any I visited Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. Winners of the Melrose Duplicate __

number of less famous villages.On and Mrs. Robert Martin, in Gainesville Bridge at the Woman's Club
Scot- Tuesday were: 1st Mrs. Val Givens EKSTOfiASE> '
July 28 she visited Bute, I on Monday.Mrs. "
hand, the birthplace of her father, Callie Rye, Mrs. Annie j and Mrs Roland Bryan; 2nd, 1 .t3 J
Mrs. Grolick and Mrs. Robison; xr m 16 S Q. FT. OF IJuJLIr; DOOR SHELVES
who was born on that particulardate. Sikes, and Mrs. Cherleyene Brant-
tied for third. Mrs. R. C. Pearsalland
of Grandin attended the first : '
ley Mrs. Dorothy Scully and Mrs. W USABLE SHELF ARFU
Mrs- James advises anyone plan- PTA meeting at Melrose High KY
Ketchum
Alice and Mrs. George
ning to travel in these countriesto School on Tuesday.Mrs. .
Phelps.
bone up on their ,history. The ? Ella Belisario and Mrs. Melrose Lions Hear
many castles:' and the scenes of of Grandin
Charleyene Brantley Dr. Christofffrs I L1
battles will be a lot more
l r great went to Keystone Heights, Thurs- The Melrose Lions Club held ,.
meaningful then.
their first meeting on Thursday J .

Rain Fails To Spoil Sapper day.Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Brantleyand night Sept. 3, at the Parish

IF YOU HAVEh When the rain came' down in children, David, Chris. Zan Ho'ise The meetings had been

buckets on the Estrellita Club'snice Charles and John of Grandin. discontinued: for July and August.

A BUSINESS PROBLEMWE chicken barbecue supper,|went to Lake Swan and had a Dinner was served at 7 p. m. A i
was sorry because it
everyone with Dr. Christoffers of Keystone
birthday supper with Mr. and Mrs.
'coked like a wonderful supper Gilbert Reed and children! Debby Heights, as the guest speaker. He '
MAY HAVE THE ANSWERMost I
: those busy {
was spoiled. However, "
and Arnold, Mrs. Ruth Reed and gave a talk on "New Drugs. rp To
ladies managed serve a large I -
win be held
The next

business problems arise from the need of money unber of people before the rain I:Maria Debbie and and Clifford Charles Yarborough.celebrated Sr>t- 17. Guest meeting speaker will be FROM ,OUR $ 95 %
started, and we hear that they 1i
to provide for sound expansion to finance productive made out very well indeed. 1 their. birthdays together.COMMUNITY :announced Goal Of PTA, later.For 1959 LINE 71'Trade

equipment or improvements to meet current I '
Him Supper gnecess '59-69 Is Better UnderstandingThe 'h
obligations In situations like these your bank ,CHURCH t
.
The Annual St. William's Cath- goal of the PTA for the -'r
should be a friend in need. Come in and let's talk it olic Club Labor Day weekend Ham j I 1 KEYSTOXE HEIGHTS Minister Doming school year will be to t
Dr. Albert C. Holt,
over. You will find our approach to your.problem is Supper was held at the.Woman's strive-for better understanding ,
I| Mrs J. L. Hdbprln tonI
practical, understanding, and cooperative. Our desire Club instead of on the church Organist and Choir Director between parents and teachers and :i

is to help the business community to meet current lawn this year. No rain could spoil]I I: Sunday School 9 a. in. Morn ech other. To accomplish this REDFEARN'
r that supper, which was well at- oii5iness: meetings will be held to
needs constructively and build solidly for the future. ing. Worship 10 m. during July .
tended. I and August. about an hour, with a social hour

Following supper, a" drawingwas ,>'3rce.: following,in the cafeteria. Your Hotpoint Dealer for 14 'Years

held, and.Mrs. Charles Wal-i Principal Clarence Holden was
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA tenius won a $100 Savings Bond St. WOHaa's CathoDe Chapel introduced and he outlined his .

Norma Powers won a vacation Keystone Heifhta plans for the school :year. He then

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community trip to Hollywood Beach. Admiral Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. introduced his teachers.

Keystone Hel ht8. Fla. Anthony Davis won a'$50 Savings Holyday Mass at ':00 a. m. It was decided to hold meetingsthe 7t.,,,.

Member\ F.D.I.C Bond while Louis J. Barilla of Tuesday MasI at 8:00 a. m. first Monday in each month. Phone-9391., Keystone. HeighUr

Jacksonville won a 125 Bond.DoorContinued Confessions before aQ MASKS.Baptismy Committee chairmen for the year ,' TOUTY SIT to CUI '.

f marriages and Instructions were announced. They are: Finance SHOT AMd SAVES ON KFAfltS ,, ', ....
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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA VSTABKE : '- -


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FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT. II, 1959


Glanville-Carroll I .. -.- -1. ........................,1 -'".",_ .
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I HeldIn t :. i;
Wedding .
.:: .>t MELROSE
I J'r .,
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I&ylary K. Sonaeffer Topeka Kansas !
i $ 4 :
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'f '"': By Joyce Rothhammer
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Miss Barbara Ann Glanville and .. j *
Executive Board Meets I man, Charles Tolford. '."
I Michael Norman Carroll were : L6.&&&&&&&&&&.&& &....
Duplicate Change Evenings
of the
The Executive Board ;: ,
Keystone Heights Woman's Club ,: The Keystone: Heights Duplicate married at 3 p. m. Sunday, Aug. > Jack Watson visited Mr.

Bridge Club will begin its winter 30, in Trinity Methodist Church, Mrs. Evans
met in the School auditorium on j.it ,, Spires and family
Thursday evening, Sept. 3, for a cc'
general planning session and to : 14, and will continue to meet each The bride is the daughter of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley I
r rr
Monday there-after. There will be and Mrs. James E. Glanville of :and: Eddie
appoint committees for the corning |i son. moved last t
year. Present were School ,, 10 meeting this week. Topeka while Mr. Carroll is then to Jacksonville.Mr. t..

Principal Earl Cherry; P. T. A. On August 20, Mis. Anne Bis- !' \ 0: Mrs Myra B. Jordan of and Mrs Mike Carroll Using "

President Bill Beam; Vice President -i ? 11! and Mrs. Edward Burns, both Melrose) and Norman B. Carrollof visiting >LIr. Carroll's mother,

Frank Harris; Secretary. !i of Starke won top honors at duplicate Independence. Mo. r 1-: 1lyt Roy Jordan.

Mrs. Thomas Elmore, Billy Wolf; while Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Given in marriage by her fath- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason $ F

and the following committee ;|I Pinon! were second high. At the r. the bride w'ore a gown of white "y+t a few days last week with ..." .. Jt .
!
bridal satin, fashioned with fitted i "'" "
airmen: Program Chairman, ; August 27 meeting Mrs. Edith son-in-law and daughter, Mr.. two new :-- ::,,' :
Frank Harris; Membership Chair- (': Larsen and Mrs. Millie Robinson bodice of lace and featuring a Mrs. C. L. Harris. Meirose +fJC.4,< '

Iran Mrs. Kyle McMurtry; Hos- both of Laka Geneva, were high portrait neckline. The long sleeves .. Mrs.. G. E. Wiggins. opened .

ritality Chairman. Mrs. Jack ;! !scorers, while Mrs. Anne Bissell were tapered at the wrist, and Heights, and Mrs. Belle Ivy on k, :-z. :

Reid; Publicity Chairman Mary I and Mrs. Edward Burns were sec- the full skirl ended in a' brief Green Cove Springs were ,!-'t. -_, Z

K. Schaeffer Health Chairman, I ond. trgm. Her fingertip veil\of white at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i .
;
tulle was attached to a'crown of !I Lower photo shows the interior parent approval is 6-year-old
Mrs. Lew Muir; Legislation CoChairmen Help Wanted lace and pearls. She carried a cascade qr i S. Griner. Tuesday.Mr. ns are I cf the building which features I Tena Rothhammer. daughter of
McGlave : and Mrs. Q.
Charles H. "Bouck
) Mrs
This school the Clinic at
year bouquet of yellow }{ sink, blackboards closet desks Mr. and Mrs. Giynn Rothhammer.This .
roses. school
and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee Bud- family of Miami visited Mrs.
; tne schoolhouse will be staffedby
is the first with
Miss Marcia Glanville, thebride's and even a bathroom scaled down grade room
got and Finance Chairmen, E. T volunteers. This is new PTA : uck's brother-in-law and : the I
a sister, was maid of honor. for use by primary pupils. The Mrs. Louie Chrenshaw teaching.
Martin and Jack Reid; Civil Defense Preject for the protection of our : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C- start- j
used
She wore a peacock blue dress of ,, rooms are painted with colors that The adjoining room is being
and Safety ,Chairmen, Ray I children, and its success depends ,I brocade taffeta with an overskirt I: and family. short- are pleasing to children. :1 for the second grade, with Mrs.
j I
Mrs. Earl Hartsfield
Chance and Charles McGlave; 1 on YOU If you can serve for one : of lighter blue net. Her headpiecewas I and Surveying her room with ap-' M''dred Worley teaching.
School Chairman i ter Susie, of Jacksonville
High Survey uay a month-or part of a day,
Alex Brokas; and Carnival Chair- please contact Mrs. L. S. Muir, 'I of white net trimmed with: weekend guests of Mr. and 1n;,Henry Williams. Morris and Dan Ford: treasurer,
''blue flowers. She carried a bouquet John Harpe and family. SCIIOOL NEWS R. L. Johnson. Those elected in
i Health Chairman at 4327, Mrs. I ; r Wil-
,
; Jack L. Reid at 4220, Mrs. Thomas ,I of yellow chiysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Campbell ; Edyth Classes have been electing officers tne sophomore fiss were presi-

Health Facts Elmore at 4290, or Mrs. Charlie-'' Bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth I C.eria Ala. spent a few days ; Thelma for the year Those elected dent. Larry Linsen: vice-president.
r>nnon, cousin of the bride of
McGlave at 4278. Mr. Campbell's brother and Hanks; from the Senior Class are: presi-;Brent Formy-Duval: secretary-
I Biendale, Calif. and Miss Dorothy I ip-law. Mr. and Mrs. D. B-
,
1. Accidents, jolts Strains and Good Luck To Bobby Glanville, another,cousin. of Ottawa Brant- lent Bill Pace vice-president;, [Continued On Page Eight 1 1
bruises Robert S. I Bobby 1 Redfearn, bpll.Guests W. S. Gene Stanton; secretaries, Gloria I II.
produce spinal misalignment -,,
Kansas. They wore dressesof :,.
at the home of Mr.
.. of Mr. and Mrs. W. Huntley Mildred I. _
which in turn produce nerve I! on j medium yellow brocade taffeta
Redfearn of Keystone, is attending Mrs. Albert Spires last week : M. H.

pressures.2. Nerve pressure produce faul I Gordon Military College at i'with headpieces gold cummerbunds.were: of gold net Their and Big Fish CaughtAt cluded Mr. and Mrs. John ; Miss I New SubdivisionJUST

ty function in any organ of the Barnesville Ga., this winter. Thisis Gold Head Park and children. Patsy and ; General i
they carried bouquets of bronzeC
,
of Atlanta and Mr.
and Mrs. ON
human body. a well-known institution and I I ,I BEST Buys OPENED
rysanthemums.The {I R. Mcrrett of Roanoke, Va.
3. Drugs do not correct the cadets come from all over the candlejghters were :Miss C. J. Drinkuth of Miami is the Ii i

spinal misalignment! ; they only United States and several foreign I Mary Glanville sister of the bride,I proud exhibitor of a 12poundbass Tenn.A. T.visited Vermillion Mr. and of Mrs. E. I IV LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator 'Bone Lake
the and Invariably countries. Bobby will be in the
ease pain temporarily -, I and Miss Cynthia Miller, thehride's caught recently ajt Gold Head
disturb the function of high school division, and all his .Ferrell last week.
I LaCrescenta Branch State Park on Lake John-
cousin of
Guests of-Rev. and Near Keystone Heights
Mrs. M.
other organs. friends wish him continued good i i I son. Park personnel report that
i Olif. Their dresses were of pale I Bill] Breyfogle and family 3 GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice
4. Your Chiropractor is a specialist luck. peacock blue brocade taffeta with fishing at this popular recreationspot j

in removing nerve pressure.Remember : Local Girl Takes To Bike overskirts of blue net. They wore has been "picking up" in recent week included Rev. Shade Large Lots
there is substitute Vance has been writ- :sister: Miss Pat Breyfogie of $2,275 TO $2,575
i no Miss Anne carried weeks. .
for It; letters to her headpieces of blue net and fort, S. C., his mother, Mrs. !
a spinal'adjustment. ing interesting pile yellow chrysanthemums on 20 PER CEISTDOWN 5 YEARS TO PAYS
can restore healtH after everything -, mother Mrs. Autrey Vance, con- I ......... .......y tt Breyfogle of Deland .Fla. and -
: bh'e candles. brother, Bob Breyfogle of E. M9KA REALTOR
eke has failed. cerning her adventures in Germany ; -
The bride's gown and attendrts' .
Bring your health problems toj i where she recently went to handmadeby FLORAHOMEAND cago HI- ,
all
teach school. Anne is in Baben- dresses were J. J. Hogan returned Keystone Heights Phones 3071..- 2031 4151

Dr. H. G. Bellinger hai'sen. which she describes as Frank the bride.Weakland of Barnsbor- GRANDIN from a two week visit in Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968

being little larger than Keystone where he visited his -
Chiropractic, Offices a ugh., Pa. served as best man, ,
Dane
Heights: and resembling St. Augu- By and daughter. Rev. and -.-
Evan-
ushers Roger
426 N. Walnut St. while were Ralph Rivers and family.
stine in its quaintness and nar- tad, Grank Forks N. D. Frank AAA A A A AAAAA AAAA A Al A A A AA AMr.
Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor ro wstreets. Since school did not Colonel Emma E. Vog el 1
Cancinsi. Cleveland. Ohio, Art and Mrs. Ronnie Carnes of
3rd from visit of
ed
Sept. a
begin until Sept. 9, Anne has had _
Walls. Orlando, and Andy Blanke. Florahome have moved to Char eral days in Daytona Beach. ,

7x8. Unlseralty! j-r , She has bought a"bicycle because .
Phone 64238 GifcMvlDe the 4 7'
at
Following TI reception now stationed in the Navy. ,
Clark librarian at King
sh is a bit timid about driving a
20 Tears Experience home of the, bride's parents. Mr. Mrs. H. K. Tyre and daughter, Bristol Tenn..
TT over there where there aren and Mrs. Carrol left for a wedding Navaughn. of Palatka visited Mr.I II Mrs. Gertrude Vervoort. who
-
> speed laws no stop signs and I
"-- trip to Florida. and Mrs. O. C. Carnes over the been spending the summer
The bride is a graduate of Topeka Labor Day weekend. her cousin Mrs. J. H.

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's High School and is a soph-i' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig and returned to her home in in Electric Household Appliances

onore at Washburn College in To- -and -Robert of Miami Vista Va. Thursday.
sons, Billy Mat'r
Women's Children's &
Shoes
Clothing Mr. Carroll attended Mel-
peka.
visited T. L. Drake at his home in Morgan Pearsall and

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY roe High School before entering I Florahome over the Labor Day Dick and Nancy who have
he Air Force. He is now stationed I
weekend.Mr. spending two weeks with
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner at Forbes Air Force Base in and Mrs. Howard Young of mother, Mrs. J. H. Pearsall.

.
Topeka.A Florahome spent Sunday at Salt turned to their home in .
the .
reception was held by Springs. Mass Thursday.Mr. .

bridegroom's family on Sunday O. C. Carnes and Hiram Tyre -and Mrs. R. H. Prugh -
Sept. 6, from 3 to 5 o'clock at the '

COMPLETE TREE SERVICE home of the bridegroom's grandmother went Labor fishing Day. at Flagler Beach on. Mr.fcffliry Prugh's of Jacksonville mother, Mrs.are L. 1

Mrs. Mabel C. Bayless /
Work and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp and 'earsalLMr.
Pruning Cavity in Melrose. Friends
children. Frankie and Judy; of and Mrs Shuler P. Cox
Bracing Tree Removal were invited to greet the coupleat Grandin spent Sunday at Gold family of Jacksonville spent 491B.FKEZEIWITB

De-Mossing Transplanting this time. L.
Head Branch State Park. day with Mr. and Mrs. C.
,! Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S Mrs. Rebecca Betancourt of Rev. and Mrs. H. Y. Tyler J 17 IB. CHIUEI mm

p ;\ple' drive on both sides of the Grandin returned home from Doc- son H.:W. Tyler, Jr. of

vtreet. She is currently taking a tors Hospital on Monday.Mr. see, spent several days with --- "

TREE SURGEONS course in German so.. she can talk and Mrs. F. L. Clough and Mrs. E. .J. Hogan at

tc some of the townfolk. Her pu- the weekend with Mrs. Mist Youth Camp at
spent Sen. and Mrs J. E. (IRedl I
children of American
to be
PETE SAPP, Owner piis are Wira Herring of Grandin. Mrs.
tSTARKE spent a few days in
PHONE WO\ 43965P. Military personnel. Clough will remain with her mother at a legislator meeting.

0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Mrs.Mrs.James Anna Is James Home has returned I for a while. Charles Rogers of Tampa F FAMILY sits

Tom Holly of Grandin went t. his mother, Mrs. R. W.
AGENTS from her "Sentimental Journey"
I 10.8 CU. FT. CAPACITY
Mrs. ,-
Alabama on Friday to get lest reek. .
, Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 to England, Scotland..Ireland, and :
Holly and the children. Shirleyand Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P.
Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fla. France. She arrived home August I
Shelia, who have been visiting Dunk, n spent the weekend ky
Phone 24, after 6 weeks of travel. She
1651 Lake City, Fla. relatives for the past month. Miami visiting Mr. Dunk's
went partly by boat, and partly '
For Expert Tree Call Our Dr. George Dunk.
Surgery Agent by plane visiting Cherbourg, Mrs.! Ercell Sapp and children .

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. Paris, London Glasgow, Edin- Frankie. and Judy, of Grandin Duplicate Bridge __ "

224.N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4.3965 brgh, Liverpool, Dublin and any visited Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. I Winners of the Melrose >

number of less famous villages. and Mrs. Robert }Martin in Gaines- I cate Bridge at the Woman's
1st, Mrs. Val I
Tuesday were
K6STIHU6ED088
Scot-
On July 28 she visited Bute. ville on Monday.Mrs.
ens and Mrs_Roland Bryan;
lnd. the birthplace of her father, Callie Rye Mrs. Annie l
OF SHELVES
Mrs. Grolick and Mrs. ; 16 FT.
who was born on that particulardate. Sikes, and Mrs. Cherleyene Brant-
tied for third. Mrs. R. C.
of Grandin attended the first
ley
and Mrs. Dorothy Scully and SHELF AREA R ;
Mrs. James advises anyone plan- PTA meeting at ,Melrose High Alice Ketchum and Mrs.

ning to travel in these countriesto School on Tuesday. Phelps.

bone up on their history. The Mrs. Ella Belisario and Mrs. Melrose Lions Hear -

many castles;, and the scenes ofgreat Charleyene Brantley of Grandin Dr. Chrbtoffers
battles will be a lot more
went to Keystone Heights, Thurs- The Meirose Lions Club
meaningful then.
their first meeting on

Rain Fails To SpoU'SapPer day.Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Brantleyand night, Sept. 3, at the

IF YOU HAVE When the rain came' down in children, David, Chris Zan House. The meetings had I

buckets on the EstreUita Club'snice Charles and John of Grandin discontinued for July and

chicken barbecue cupper, Dinner was served at 7 p.
A BUSINESS PROBLEMWE went to Lake Swan and had a
was sorry because it
everyone birthday supper with Mr. and Mrs. with Dr. Christoffers of
looked like a wonderful supper Heights as the guest speaker. T .i as '
Gilbert Reed and children Debby
MAY HAVE THE ANSWERMost spoiled. However, those busy : 't'I
was! and Arnold, Mrs. Ruth Reed and gave a talk on "New Drugs- t p To 3 I
ladies managed serve a large The next meeting will be
Maria and Clifford Yarborough.
business problems arise from the need of money n'unber of people before the rain Debbie and Charles celebrated Snt.:17. Guest speaker will : ''no 95 't n\lS

to provide for sound expansion to finance productive started made out and very we well hear indeed.that they their birthdays. together.C0MVHURCH:, .. ,, ? announcedlater Goal Of PTA_ For. i

equipment or improvements to meet current I
S1IecesSThe '' I
Ham Supper 59-60 Is Better Trade
obligations .' .' In situations like these, bank .
your William's
Cath- for
Annual St. The goal of the PTA I
should be' friend in need. in KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. :
a Come and let's talk it olic Club Labor Day weekend Ham Doming school year' will be
over. You will find our approach to your.problem is Supper was held at the Woman's Albert C. Holt Hetberington, Minister < strive"for -better
Mrs. J. L.
practical understanding and cooperative. Our desireis Club instead of on the church Organist and Choir Director between parents and teachers *

to help the business community to meet current lawn this year. No rain could spoil Sunday School 9. a.'m. Morn- ech other. To accomplish

,. / needs constructively and build solidly for the future. that supper, which was well at- ing. Worship 10 DL during July easiness meetings will be ,
tended. shout an hour with a social
< and August.
Following supper, a' drawing 1i'rce.: following in the cafeteria. Your Hotpoint Dealer for 14 Years

vas held, and Mrs. Charles Wal-i Principal Clarence Holden

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ienius won a $100 Savings Bond.! St. Wfffiam'i Catholic Chapel introduced and he outlined .

Norma Powers won a' vacation Keystone Heights plans for the school year. He

A FrieDcU Bank ,in a Friendly Community trip to Hollywood Beach. Admiral Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. introduced his teachers.It .

.. Keystone Heights: Fla. Anthony Davis wont"$50 Savings Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. n. was decided to hold 7"'"'

Member F.D.I.C. Bond while Louis J. Barilla of 'Tuesday 'Mast at 8:00 a. m. the first Monday in each Keystone HeightsJ"

Jacksonville won a 125.Bond. Door Confessions before an )6,... Committee chairmen-for the TOUI tv SO' TO OUI .,

--t," '. Baptism.- marriages and'instructions were announced. 'They are: SHOT AX9 SAVE s oN wAs .

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!' home Tuesday morning.Mr. ''Pcgy Webb. Mrs. Charles Williams TTTTTTT. .T.WYYY", weekend with her grandmother., .TTTTTTTTTTTTWTTTTTTTtY\ five of the six offices and none

KEYSTONE and Mrs. Walter P. Stewart Miss Beverly Wilson, and Mrs., Effie Miner.
at for
all the office of marshal. I.I
.d son of Gainesville/were Sat- Mrs. Walter Wilson. LAWEYAj Perry tofSua ,1! I '
336vis
HIGHLIGHTS 'WIIh. Ga. HAMPTON All candidates on the ballot I. .
-day evening guests of Mr. and
Classes will be pre-school is spending sometime here with were succeeding themselves in office ,
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Charles Wallenius. through the 9th grade. i\f\; Carl By Mta. D. C. inn tY
grandson Vanzant and
A&&_ && A &&A&& AA Mn. Joyc T. Fwtcfc : mayor, M. L. Watterson; i f
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shimp and I
The -young .people'of Trinity family. "]XAAAAAjtllllAAAAAAAARecord .AAA&. c'erk. W. H. .Maxwell; marshal,

Continued from Page 7) of Mulberry were Sat- j I wiP join withfthose'of{ St. Anne's &....._-j.A .' & UIJW, i Rev. and Mrsrroimny" Howe and none'; Councilmen.. 5. p. ,. *_iteoeotI.. I'
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wads'I'I '
Attendance ..
prizes were won by Paul ,ifir thenanneal .Corporate Communion ,Friends of NathartStarlingr will ern of Baldwin IlIfd' on'friends, wcrth. D.E.: Kill and'C. i' -. .,
The enroute to At
Slumps were Oft
Butch Fox Mrs. C. J. at the '7:30: Holy Com- regret.to,learn that he is quite ill fhere,: Monday. 11m A" Stssion A'l) offices are for a one-year term. Soil'Coniervation
football game in Jacksonville. minion Service in St. Anne's Mr. aud .lrs. Rudolph Prevatt More 'than -CO "aoults' attended two of
and AirsBowen.. iit his home.t Among those; viistf except the council posts,
The Catholic Club will have Shimp who is Mr. Dodd's Keystone Heights. After this serVre -. >% him and.Mrs. Starling _during rof "v7aShingtont). 'C. arrived the first PTA meeting of the for two years each. NEWSBy
t
will be remembered locally'
regular monthly meeting and I( all the young people will go the weekend were Sgt. and Mrs.I!"'Monday for a'Visit'ith his mother dhool year at flampton-Element-j, Business at last week's council

ered dish supper on Monday Margaret Dodd who lived in,: to the Lazy usan"lor'?bre kfast. [' Warren E. Bush 'of San Antonio: :I.frs.,:Leonard 'Prevattf' "y School auditorium. on Thursday meeting at the city hall Tuesday' Bill Haas

inq-, Sept. 14, in the Hall. ;>ne Heights as a child and Mrs. Tison Honored Texas, Mrs:Wiley Smith and family [ Mr: and "Mrs. ,Doyle Eubanks evening Sept. 3, for a look at evening September 1. consistedof Soil Conwnatign
110 at the Keystone I Service
was a pupil I .-Mrs. spent -the weekend-in Panama building repairs to meet' the new checking the j
Gold Head Branch Continues I At Stork Shower Louie' Belle'Wainwrightfind registration books
: I "' > |City.with'iMr-atid.14rs.:g'lf. Shiver school staff; and conduct business. for r"Complete<
I
'L uie Frtgo
Record Attendances The Golden .Circle Sunday of Jacksonville qualified voters and going
: As a matter of fact we recall ; 'It'Was' record attendance forat. soil and water conserTa"f1on" -
the School Class of Eliam Baptist Mr. ,andMrs.Jim Starling 'of and .Mrafld Mrs.:"W.'M. Eu- a ,over..petitions the candidates ,
During past week 3,416
_
Shimp's high school gradu- :4T .least the last five-years. Presi- : (arm Flans -were preparedtor
1)nks..
J I Church in Melrose recently honored Macclenny, Rev. George ChisnvofMoniacGa. for the election.
ple attended Gold Head :
Dodd ,
She -then Margaret .dent;Francis Meng presided and J. M. Dyer. L. C. Sapp and
State Park as compared with Mrs. Dock Tison with:a stork ; ., ''Mr; 'and'Mrs."Rudy Fifteen new voters registered
of the
was the only member ''.'''YYY'' '''''.''....'''YY'.T' Principal J. CHobbs introduced Guy Harrington.
corresponding week of Sept. i had I i| shower at the home Of Mrs. John Higginbotham and /Rev. Walter this year making a total of 127 X- cAis
a
class. Keystone going to PensacoTi
I: new teachers and mentioned some !I use
when attendance !ttgan.I Mathis:of, Maxville. j 'qualified for the city election.
11158. re i h-school in those days but it T of'the plans for the school Bahia Land Coastal Bermuda for
the mark. Even I I W. P. Kemp attended the! PMKER year. Voting; inspectors for the election
2,699 though A color scheme of pink and
j a bit small. School hours are now changed to :;:his:pasture 'grasses. 'He isgoing
has rained every day this I' Mr. and Mrs. William S. James '';i-hite was carried out, with crepe fpjneral' of his '-niece. Miss Hilda : 8 a.'m. through 3 p. m., -he said Tuesday were K. B. Watterson.Nta 1m, manage the Coastal Bermuda
week attendance has not I Int I Louise Kemp-4n 'Auburndale, ;on B'Barbara Hoe Darti Johnson and Daisy Den-
daughters Judith and Susan Paper streamers and rosettes used beginning'last Friday. lie explained iur ,a:hay crop.

off.Now Labor Day with Mr. James' effectively in decorating. The :'ser- .'Tiesday.: j & tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA;0'f'" '* A.A* .the 'bus children were alreadyat nison. "Whitediscussing the farm .plan

that we are nearing :-..-'MrsAnn James. Mr. I v'ng'table war beautifully arrang- Beirton Futdntf Nashville spent ..N.; l l:.:.1 ,f s. .J school, usually, by 7:45 a. min PersonalsMr. with.Guy-Harrington.-he remark-
close of the summer season it and his family live in Jack- e*!. with two antique punch bowls .he weekend 'with his '''mother; Mrs. Lfllie Cone visited her sster'Mrs."Bessie order to .make connections for and Mrs. Kenneth Brown red 'that he is turning under all!

t'ne for the annual :Mrs. Joyce Futch here .and with "Sapp -of Tlaiford and family drove to Mississippi:
freshening
of
the center attraction.The
moved re as:
where they school students the organic material he 'can to
: high 'to meet the
-I' his wife 1md'children in-StarkeV \f and la 4 Friday for three days visit:
painting buildings picnic 'her datignter Mrs M. P. Haz- '
from Greensboro, N. C. guest of honor was seated bus into "Starke: and the change improve the condition of his soil.
and beach furniture as well Mrs. Fred Dodd and her three i in a quaint antique chair which Little'Miss"Susie ,Hilliard 'Was' en. oTStark b.o'days'' -week.. would only effect town children. vmh relatives there. They return-J Guy said (after picking up a

other projects which will and her sister; Mrs. f A mac decorated with pink and bluer the Friday overnight guest-of 'her Mr. ,and -Mrs.: Dick Raulerson iTonner/hours,: were 8:15 to 3:15.: yto Hampton on Monday. I handful of stall l "the ground wag

the park more enjoyable Tilghman, and Mrs. Tilgh-i II r amers and rosettes. I uncle and aunt.'Mr. and Mrs.fJ. a1d'SOI1S'and''M! ='Rachel 'Green -Tlarmon.Morgan, county superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roop and 'hard as cement when I first came
O. of 'f''' family left Wednesday evening of j
'Ogilvie Jacksonville.
'
weekend
1 guests of Mr. andSIrs.'ClydeTloberson l.hre.
year.Personnel : n's five children from Pa- The hostess presented Mrs- Ti- ,, wrre of schools, was present but now it is looseand aoft*
Mrs. Seefr Harris Starke\isit- last week for a vacation trip to
:
Lakeland
at Gold Head are tka spent Labor Day visiting the son with a lovely corage of laven- cf tatt the meeting and spoke of I f rfr.Dyer:.: is using Hairy Indigos
coming their 'new !!cd Mr. and Mrs.: Troy Bennett fen :Those-' islthtgMrs.'H.:E:Stokes Xnoxvifie. Tenn. to visit relativesand
.
'phen Foster Memorial. 'fr chrysanthemumsafter which vhool conditions here and I s i fl'JI'.aroYer crop in 'his soil building -
supervisor: Rob Wills and his f People three original I]Sunday dnrrngr'the weekend were Mr. and friends.
Young the guests 'enjoyed throughout the county.A [ .program. Hairy Indigo is a
ilv who come here from the have CommunionThe "stork games led by Mrs. Regan. Mr. and:Mrs. Tom 'Barry and "Mrs.-Dewey.'Stokes "randsonsOf. .water cooler, for the school Miss Betty Durling spent Labor !I good'cover crop -which can be put

Tayor Birch State Park in annual Corporate Com- Mr5.,lfaX1e ,King. Mrs. Burlyon i' children*Columbia..-S.-'C. were [JccksonvOle and-'Mr.: and Mrs. Inking fountains was discussed Day visiting in Jacksonville 'to,.many other uses. It .can be

Honda. | '! of the Young People of I 1 l:p'ley.. and Mrs. Carl Ford I weekend guests-of. Mr.-and. ''Mrs. i Donald -Stokes of''Starke. by the PTA members voted to I Beach- !:grazed. and used for hay- but the
Urad Norton--and ''Mrs. Selma 'lira.; H.- ::Stokes aiId'daughter Mr and Mrs. R. C. Williams and
Evidently the rain has : Episcopal: Church [known as :r fisted the hostess in serving as-I purchase one on the installment : :.Root'.:.important use is as a soilbuilding
Eunice. Theynvitrf; Mrs. ,Eunice and sr n of"New Port Richey were La- '
the lake somewhat because held at St. i I Ruby jQent:"Stokes attended
E YC.I will be reshments. plan withTTA funds, as a project crop.rRodman .
,
visited Mrs. R. ABarry and Mr. 't'h&Stokes'reuniori at the bor Day'weekend guests with Mr,
fish have been biting with a Church Keystone Heights, Among -out-of-town guests Sunday for this year. Mr. 'Hobbs pointedout Underhill used the
: land Mrs..Claude:'Franks hi Gain 6f'Lewis Stokes4'in Black- and Mrs. J. W. Home.
home
fcn and shell-crackers *
am service.All .
7:30 Holy Communion were Mrs. TBOT/S sisters Mrs. 'A.I j that the present drinking restrict* spreader to fertilize his
'l' sville on Sunday. ih remained*for Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton
lst week.It ar, "Ga."Gent afew"days
I of'cystonc and Mrs- J. A. Owens; uues- '
Episcopal young' people M. Howell fountains only were not cool-
j 1 Mr. and Mrs.George McCall of celebrated l their 30th wedding an- .
Vs1Ung'bla'! brother.
Pays To Advertise Heights and Melrose! *_!:r aunt;Miss Martie Chamberlin; led t", but also unsanitary )B.Emanual.and'Fisher Gackins
'' Palatka,'Mr.r-and-Mrs-tC. W. De- riversary on Monday. Sept. 7.
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Last week in the their friends are Invited- After i, her niece. Mrs. Sandra Chri. tlan"i"nj Ooodsby of MlamT' and j I "Previous plans, to have a tele- ,used ,the District's seeder culti-
'haven' of Green Cove Springs and aijd"Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh,
Mr :>Tl.T/Ododsby Jr.
Tpssified! column Tommy service the young people will two great-nieces. Misses }.Io- stone installed in the,scheol were ; packer to plant Pensaeola BahiaJ'tum.
*
Jacksonville nnt! Billy and Janet Saxon. drove
Ella Mae McCall of
'Miss irf JTadkaonrilte < tb
advertised for his lost dog- were 'tue5tS '
for break- Christian. \disc us5ed It out that Red -Emanual
7.eJleand Jacquelyn brought
to the Lazy Susan : : :was; \ remarked
settle
here this"west to Tampa Sundey. to help Mr. and
for about two weeks. -wne of.Mr:>and'"Mrs.'J"H. sowelb lastwrek.
: ,lhf.only-difficulty at Js in Pensacola Bahia stands
morning a reader called him TRINITY EPISCOPAL the'estate of the late ,R. L. Mc Jfhose'visitIng them'during'the '> present M\ 's. Edward Saxon and daughtersmove more
getting the"North' "Florida Telephone mnsb'treatment than
: Day Planned. CHVECH.'MELROSERev. Call. "weekend -were Mr.:=and Mrs: back to Tampa. Miss Gail > any other
said he had his dog so now
Co,, which has the grass-he has used.
and owner are united once St. Anne's Episcopal Church ; M. H.Breylogle, Vicar i Mrs.. GeorgiaAnn Sapp had as fl": E./Robertkon 6l -"Ft. "My rs, Saxon also returned Hampton ,
vhise'lor Hampton,to J-CSapp. .Mrs. J. S.
and that makes the Millican School will haits Rally Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday Sunday: guests Mr"and-Mrs"EYrr* itand'Mrs: ( 7.1t. Tfcrdee '' ..fran-I'Monday ,with "Mr. and Mrs. Me- demon Eunice
'At.'the""time and
dren happy too. left'o' v on Sunday, .Sept. 13. All School: 11:15 .a. .m. Morning I:itt Burney'and Mr. and Mrs. Bill t'atnesvillerand'Mr.-end:::.Mts.':]n.D. --dhone." Intosh to'-attend' school''' here. Reddish.used UieDis.tiirt's -
'ing. contacts
roto-cycle
repeated
Last Call To Property Owners I'[ dren through the 6th grade Prayer and Sermon [Holy COm- :'Btrner> and children-of Jackson ,Ooodsby -Sr. of West -Palm], Intermediates of the Hampton 4cl' th mower to con-
Company had Tailed in getting ; ? weeds in their pastures.
ser.CE'
worship I(
;
< attend their own 'L
11 munion each first Sunday); 7-30 mlle.DD's.. [Beach.Mr. f baptist Church 'Training Union
Mrs. Joe Daurer one.'The [: JRoylJoyd
requests at 9:30: I school board has agreed used the District's
In the parish house p. m. Young People meet. I Les Prevatt and children and Mrs. Fred Colts and !h<'?'d a social at the church building -
mere that property owners bill for the weed
followed by i .n pay the telephone chopper to chop down the
m. This wil! be Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com- nf the State Farm spent Sunday daughters.of 'Gainesville.! Mr. and Saturday evening Sept. 5.Fourteen .
tact her if they have cottages
and assignment to I I school. weeds on his place. Mr 1Joydtated..tha
munion. :viih'Mr.-and.Mrs.! J;-B. Bradleyand H.'rs..Guy'Harre'II'and daughters attended the party withaml'S
rent to tourists and other \' will be ser- :Under Hampton's part of the I the chopper was. cuttftgtdown' -
Refreshments visited
ses. Willie GriffisThey and'Mrs.'Wilson Then and 1 under the direction 'of
ti i nersMrs.. Daurer will r '
a'
county: recreation program. weeds six and
d afterward. .TTTT.T.T.T YTTT. .YT ,-Highland.Zoo'in. the after- daughters: and' Mrs-"J. Edwards Misses; Clatrnell Cooper and Pegg seven
all such information as to softball "backstop and 1nerrygol" ,, fret 'high.
etc. and send it ,BAPTIST CHURCH noon. and thlldren enjoyed the Weekend >"Davis, and Misses Alethla Williams
equipment, FIRST UnQ 'have been purchased and I The'Florida Chapter Soil Conserration -
liYHftL Mr. and :Mrs. Barry Buckholtxtf a1 1'Salt Springs. Brenda Lott. Martha Brown
the Chamber of Commerce KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. are to oe'set up:.this"week. Since Society, of America '
pre-
Raipn ., "? visiting Mr.rand Mrs. TOm "Mr. and"Mrs.Thartes Perry of f and Shirley Taylor in charge -ofrefreshment.
Jacksonville= who have R. Smith pastor. m city property is available for scntedto. W. A. "Bill" Hunt the
It. Mrs. Daurer's telephone Peland. Minister of Music and a, Mn. *J. t. ssti1ekadto Tncton 'and ;daughter Clewis- Gainesville were Sunday luncheon ,'ihis equipment, it wffl be plaeed .. annuahawardes-the outstanding

ber is 4331 or you may write organist. .A..A. ,ton.Mr. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'on the school playground. j I I "Mr.\ and Mrs Martin Misner, conservationist of the year.
I 9:15m. "' AA..AAA. and: Mrs. Pay Durban and M. O. Harrell. and family of
her c-o Keystone Heizhts" ]I Services: .Sunday School : I Following the business meeting. Flint Mich. and

ber of Commerce. This list Morning Worship 11 a. m. We 'mi.ssed.loft's. Lois .Chism I ughter of Jacksonville spent Mr.- nd'Slrs.'JM. pJHarrell and opei house' was held with refresh :,' Mr- and Mrs. Milton Misner and .WAXTCn Clean Cotton Raft,

DP a convenience all : Union, 7 :p. m. Evening from Sunday -"School and "church the weekend with their parents, son William enjoyed Labor Day ments'served in the school lunch- sun of Gainesville were Sunday No' Pants No Fhlrtv Mart Bdean. t

so why not cooperate? | 8 p. m. last Sunday, she was in DoctorsHospital I l\r and Mrs. Ed Durban-aDd !Mr. Ht-SilvtrlSprings/sight e1nt. room. guests at the home of Mr. 'and I Bradford County TateSriP1r ..

Personals "Make church worship a family in Jacksonville. If ali and MrsH: C, Watawright.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Temple' Tfo:"Contest :Tin* Mrs. R. H. Talker. ,
f
Miss Peggy Payne left on ." goes well, she is to'be home again I .
Tuesday of this week. (This is'being' children ,.BpentSunday -with Mrs.Marie over the weekend visiting his parents here wasnt 'much fight to theamptOn )
d
y. Sept. 3 for Santa Rosa, I ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL and.other-friendsln : Thaf Oir2Blfalneai
Nolan while 'there they attefldfd "
and
!
where she will visit her six CHURCH, KEYSTONE I u ritten'"Monday.) She has City election on Tuesday I -

ter, and do a little deer-hun j i! Rev. M. Breyfogle" Vicar our best .wishes and prayers for Jacksonville.'Mr..- nd'Mrs.-O..J. Anders had tilt the Church'Homecoming: .at the Bapf.:I cfVthis week'September' 8, '.withI .. Jf It's Gteas We Hart Iii!

fine went by bus and expects I l Sunday-7:30 am..Holy! : Corn her.recovery: Saturday fuests-Mr.,and-Mrs. "Mr. and "Mrs. Curtis Chambers crOynone candiaate'qtiartfylng for CALL--WRITE at.VISIT
ill notable
be gone two weeks. ; 9:30 a. m.. Sunday Nathan Starling is very David :JOhn&Oi'of Atlanta, Ga., and children of:Jacksonville-were Green'of Jacksonville. ; -

Mr. arid'''frs.''Everett Fox. i ; 9:30: a. m. Morning Pray- tq sit up any at all at the and Mrs. Belle Summers and Mrs. Thursday dinner guests of her 'Rev. and 'Mrs. Talmadge Tolk joe Peters Qass 'Co.

and Mrs. Charlie McGlave : and Sermon IHoly Communion present time. He also has our Hnth"Steinhouser. of .Jacksonville. parents, Mr. and Mrs.-E.-W:HOdges and children'of Trenton; Mr. and -

?nd Mrs. William Beam, and i I ;\ first Sunday; 6:30: p. m.. prayers and best wishes of all for. ,Mrs.. MarionMarrs and Jeffreyof .: Sr.Miss Mrs. W. B. Ban, ,Mrs- Betty Sue FOR ANY GLASS NEED v r .

and Mrs. Charlie Tolford 'I People meet. his recovery. Jacksonville..are visiting Mrs. Bobby-Hodges and, friend L'urftrford and children and MraTdllrs. We Design Modern Store From

fd the football game in Holy Days-7:30 a. m. Holy In some ,ways 'Jim Godwin is Hester ,Hicks -and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney 'were :Monday luncheon I : W.'T'Bass and children I, last Mail Us A Pattern; for'

ville on Saturday evening. improving. He Is another of our Glenn ShufordWe guests of Mr. -and Mrs E. *W..1 Of Wewberry were-Sunday'lunch- Table Tops

in? the game the party went ioved ones and we do v.ishhe :''are sorry ,to lose Mr. ,and Hodges Sr. 'eon'-guests of Mr; and' Mrs. Edd

Robert Meyer Hotel where a i 1 Y TTTT tT. 'TTT YT f T could be able to'be np and aroundagain. Mrs. Griffin Hodges and the Mattie ;-Mr. :and Mrs.-Al.Rain of .High POlkrTWternoon guests were Mr.I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1333

was reserved for them and on 1: MELROSE; I I Carter family from tOur com Springs visited her mother, Mrs.' Mid Mrs.-Rercy Holden. Newberry. I !

was a beautiful large; Last Saturday our grandson, munity. Both families plan to Mimmie .Hodges.-Saturdayand J!

cake for Mrs. Fox-Sept. 5 'I AAA.A&A&&A.&AA&AAA Jimmy England, came rushing to Make their home ,in .Jacksonvillein Rev. .Thomas \isited her Sunday

her birthday.Mrs. i' (Continued from Page 7)) our'house and "oufto where we] the future.Those"visiting. afternoon. R "

Alma Frost arrived : were under one of the pecan I Mrs-Mary Red- -Conray-Ralph of the -Navy visited -' 4 .

in Keystone on Saturday : dsh'during the'weekend were Mr.: during i
: Carol Hurst. trees urging Grandpa to come the W. E. Bigham family ...
noon after spending some time 1 Episcopal : and Mrs.'Hank.Register of.Miami. the weekend. He is aboard *! ... .. .
to the house there ,
!
quickly was '*""rv>, "*s* / f **# ? *_ .r"-f
Bc.tonMass; and in Rally Day Mr and Mrs. Roy Reddish of .K. Bronson in the ** ? .' ,., ... .,
a snake in the yard. Grandpa toe :Clarence Wwp ; %- ** '- ...
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Vt., here she visited her Sunday. Sept. 13, is Rally Day told him the snake was gone 'by I, W'ebster.andl Mr and Mrs. L. W. Jacksonville. present. b u s _; -M':r :..rt""f-! .. ,

Waltersrrost.' Trinity Episcopal Church now, but Jimmy said, "No it aint, Baldwin '.of .Starke. Mr., and Mrs. L- L. 'HardeeJr.. fip < .' KtSfak :> '.d6n'4. ',, !; :;(
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. -We ley. : School. At 10 a. "111-"'the I shot its bead'off, 'come and tell Mrrvand Mrs.: Walter Wilkison of Parris Island visited the Big-, L+x ., .;__..:: 0 ;.,.n.;, ,.. ter j.zSi .

Orlando visited Sunday will have their worship me what kind it Is!".:We went'to' pent from Thursday until Monday ham. family'Saturday. ," .';<, "Of .....::: ......' '
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I of their 8oninvlawKnd flip '
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in the church.--followed'by : guests Sunday afternoon Misses Patty ,Si : ."-
the house and learned he had shot ; ; .
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>3llrer. and to daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cetil Don Me David "' ""'t!'. f}
assignment Bigham; ;Brenda and .
and killed a tree snake or "rattle, .r .::..c. t ,, -. ..,.
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Mrs. Roe Dobbs. Santa '
: McGibbons of Refreshments be ser- and two friends from t; .S : i is ;,
snake pilot. He had shot It, out 'and r n. -..... "k':.' : ,.
Kalb, Ill decided to remain afterward. cf one of their pecan trees.I The Mr.i and -Mrs.' Harold Sapp Tr enjoyed skating at the-rink in tp ),,, .J, #}; : ..J;o :' i. 4u

Keystone Heights another j MrsFrances Chiappini is -nake was ,a.bout-3 feet long, and funny of Miami were weekend "ke"'Butter. I ,
with her brother Jim Holcin- ;'I School Superintendent priests! of Mr. andMrs. Arthur Intermediate'class met at -
looked like it had been well, fed. !cs r
mpde a trip through North i teachers' for the coming year Pearce. the -thurch 'and "installedofficers
Our -School attendance
rolina for a' few days, and ": 'Mrs. M. 'H. Breyfogle, Mrs. Sunday Misses Teni and Mary ;Jack for the new year. Later refreshments r
Labor Day at Jim's home dropped just 10 Sunday from the Pons arrived Ivy plane in Jackson- :, -
I Scully. Mrs. Kathi Sip- 'were served :at the community -
Sunday before. We had 47 : H
Spring Lake. Mrs. McGibbons Mrs. Evans ,Spires. :;Miss pres- vile on Thursday from Boston, Cetiter'and: the young people I
I ent when the rolls were cheeked.Of Mass.y-and weremet-by their untie -.
---- enjoyed the company:of Mrs.
course'some came' in after the 'Ray Reddish and Mr. I andMrs.Bryant'Reddish.took 'RobertSOn :as chaperone: .at a

LET US :BUILD YOU 4 HOME E report was made out. The inter--' them to ska ting-party in Lake !Butler.r .

mediates won the banner again [Fri ,
heir home in Tallahassee on ;Meotisin...and Mrs. Joe Vickory and '
NO MONEY DOWN with 8present. The men after' day and remained 'for the-week- Bill of Alachua and' Mr' I

the report was turned in had ; and
# ; endwith their son-in-law and-Mrs.Q..Vff Davis enjoyed..theLsbor ati

13 present, the women about the laughter;Mr>and Mrs. J.-O-Pens. ..DaI'weekend camping'on
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.. same. We 'should all make a Mr.-and,Mrs. S. D. Andrews and the west coast. 1 -

Box 106, $7495 UPThis special -effort to' get to Sunday children: WUdwoodand Mr.'and Mr.. and Mrs. Owen "Bilsbrey,

Bowling Green, Fla. AS "School en 'time.' Wfcen we' tome Mrs. Billy .Torode-and -son' ;6f Lprpy'"Waters of 'Winter Haven 'r s & r .

in late we aren't counted<< and'we Gainesville were weekend :.guestsof n1; .''J'Waters'o'f Duntreevisitd -es ; ; -r t'i ',
yr" tf
t. disturb the class. Mr.'and Mrs.Fred Moore. : 'the O. 'W.J Davis family 'and 5 .

Of the<<; 47. present, 31 maderaz'rade Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Massey othlr'.elaUVes! friends' -here, + i
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of 100 per cent. The :gen- and son of Naples spent the weekend during the*we>Kend. J

-ral -grade vas 29'per cent. We withhis- parents: Rev. and "Mrs. Betty..Gainey chaperoneda'kicnle1or.a'group'of t :
HOME NEEDS .
Mrs. A. E. AMODERN.
M.Ksey.;
can sUl'ely do better than that., teenagers '
Be sure to study your lesson. Mr."and Mrs Leon'Starling and ftt ,Late ';Butlen.Labor) Day. The M I -

hiidren of Jacksonville'Pent y'rmg enjoyed boating- ASECONDTVSET'Z
There will baptismal service people
M'AF' rrfab Long Sunday wiUlMr..and'Mrs.CieogeL tog and --swimming;as -well as ; .
L.P it the usual p1 ce"near -"
'Shuford. .. r.;
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; pyht" s ini7 branch. Church next Sunday. at< ."Sp.tn. 'I| Yr. .and :'Mrs.'Emest B.Wells: '!Jlottng' .Mary at the Bigham rink.;"Those'presentwere Rose.Lee' Robertson T
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:1 f_ Th; time of preaching service of of'Mrs.Mobile Mae-Wells-and-MrsMar--,'>were weekend guests -Ann .Gainey.:'Harrell.Juanrtatalkner rTV r wrfTidiiJCDtcrtaisanent. .f ,
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Henry
:1 : > ., But individual taste differ, and whist's "tttarsy"
s t kmv Sunday evenings has been changed thaBales and daughtersn.. and -Wayne Stalkner. '
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1 from '8 to"7 p.m. until :[next 'Atr.'and-Mrs.-H. T. Markham Charles- Vollenweider Atlanta, 1 "for OQm be strocrq another. J

spring. Singing from 6 till Teach and 'family'of Gainesville. visited Ga 'was: the recent guest 'of "Mr.a >fNo"Pr bfetna, however when you frt t second TV tH far your

CM Sunday'evening. Mr. and Mrs: ,Dan'swling.'dUr- d Mrs, T..'.W. Markey'r "'h m.foi individual viewiaf+ .Then nobody-i.kt doios.Aad sever .if .

Highland Church postponed its ing the week. Those t visiting' Mrs.. N. J'"Dafts -i1fjj!._{pie KM&tai to what{>.rogramto'tunioo.. ..S.., ..
business Mr. and-Mrs. oWaJ11e Turner and ;< 4,
meeting to "Sept 17 at 7 mr the weekend were "Mr.
The oWpcVtibicicdeleirvad: color TV*.rttr tabt>;oria. Mod em j
lovely 3 bedroom p.m. Each church member is and --daughter =Jacksonville rs.-1leynolds..aDd, son of Gainesville -
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modelS249S-00 .its1 g j aW fcoldt1.-'hraJwinr&bnieti,' remot-O**-'and hfP :a -
urged to be present. spent -weekend with his tpar- 'SU d&1 N-tE-TJavis ;tf f :

ents.'Mr. and Mri_M. L.:Tdrner.Mr Durham,''N.'C. arrived and J&c-i .Uebty. VaJdMiart unlike] u1 W..Eaq tataa.lsoc.It't"' roar. r.1
We to have -
are 10
(Without Carport) days, more :and Mrs.James Waters and crmpanied'7: !Davis 'Baptist frill UuaJaxcey! to h'

Many Models lo Choose'From -'Write for Free'Folder of t'on singing of Mr-class.,Norman under the starting direc-: nns .8pent.Sunday and.Moirday. [Hnspital to visit her husband:who ,- Jr

'th'relatives in Georgia. a.patlent'there.."We wish to'say I I3i
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AnyPlace in Florida Same Low?rice' Thursday'evening.
HOPE BAPTIST SPEAKER family of"Ocala visited ,his'parents. hopes to be home soon. Mrs: La-' ,

-fr--and, Mrs..Carl -PrevattdiTrtn her6istr SM the NEW HI." ANAD/Oswar
: vada Wyse accompanied -
(NO c.lL\RGE"FOR'TRAVEL) record ,, 1000autepupYcm J
Rev. ? the.ekend.. from Jaek- play "
Samuel S. Cuthbert 'of Mrs. Davis home
Loral Representative 'Mr.-and-'Mrs.. Riley..Dixon and mrville :'Sundry ?alt rnoon and t '] on*fdtpt to Sterwtiluie f...;", Mi'ut..n1d... t giw'
Park of the Palms will be ;the ..tJIe. :
ill not ramly [ tFa )eti ii I
Mrs- C.-W. Tittum
took little Tip
wn remain -with 'her and .her
guest speaker at Hope Baptist reproduced, bat e. ytime. i
RAY D. FDtTH Dixon to 4iis home in, Haleyvffle. brother CD.: Dowling'for a;f wrdys"Tisit. 1 tueflyr aeetedaith t'a1 Itwsaddey.brdlunaderityand .

I Church Sunday_ Sept. .13, /gbt Ala; on Wednesday, after a)visit lt"J.l '" 1 *

('v/0.( 'dtnx, ]196 Kerstone'Heights, Fla.WpftPft4 morning message -willbe :--The here with them'Miss Those Visiting the J,HiSullnranMmfly ck-I kiP fidelity. V........ -

)EED IS i'OUR'bEED, FOR A Power of Love" and the evening Mary Ann Motes is nturn"tht.fte ererrthc' "'''W eekcud were 'i1tnnrer

HOSrE'TODAY' 'l!! from in New Jane-Tate; afld baby'of Gain- 1j
TOXEY 1 __ : theme "Christ the Mighty! i;;Con- -camp f. fW111IaM-IOr. .LI'fI row *rc0 Mi ,... AWO,, wt Mt TV
JI' ty: 'A1te he'wasemptoyedt'rls : wv@e=Mrlrtd'adraJabae, 1tegk- '- -... -- -

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VvvvvvvyVTIVVVVVVVVVVVVI ................................................. I Royal chairman of the Deacon 'TTTWTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT* day. I circle of friends is that of Miss I Harry Padgett's father Bud Mos-

Board. All will be working together Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Manningnd Patricia Owens. daughter of Mrs. Icv is ill in Bradford County HospitaL
INTEREST TO COLORED
NEWS OF -
HEILBRONN to make this 'a very successful GRAHAM family of Middleburg visited Ruby Owens of Maxville to James We wish him a speedy re-

community 1 project. There are Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. covery.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy three basic 'social organizations: Mann and family. Louis Norman of Highland. The Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and
Mn. Harvey McCarthy lira. John McKinney
Bj *he home church; ,and school; if The Women of the Church of wedding was solemnized last Saturday daughter Ginger visited in Jacksonville -

..._&&& & &&&&&&&.&&.. Ozora SheD these three groups work together &&&A&&AA&&AAAA&&AA&& Christ met at the church last Friday in Georgia. Mrs. Norman Sunday with Mr. and

. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJCinderella &&&&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& VP Will have. better communities afternoon to.select Sunday has lived in Maxville for several I Mrs. Charles Starling and family.
all of Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hi hope
Everbody sure and better schools.. Classes are"DF.eting School teach rs. Repairs are now ,years. having attended school here
you fine folks enjoyed the big Ball rented at the next regular meet- -, John McKinney were Mr. and
'in the Sunday School being made on the church. The i and in Jacksonville. The young I
Labor Day'weelend.. The record hop and CinderellaBall ing. All members are urged to .Minding where there is plenty of Mis. James Wasdin of Tampa pastor. Rev. Clews and Mrs. Crews .couple will make their home in

Don't forget the High School was postponed from last cooperate fully. pace for the 'childI' n.. A play Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Youngblood have moved into the house behind Jacksonville. 90 DRI VEIN

PTA will meet in the High School i Friday night to this Saturday A. R. Jenkins reporter. area has been set up with swings, and children of Miami, Fred the church. Oscar Owens, who underwent
Cafeteria Tuesday the 15th at The ball will begin at 9 Greetings From Former Workers Sherman of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.
night pm.
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and slid The hours are from 8 Mrs. Houston is the 4th and 5th ; surgery in the County hospitalin
8 m. All parents are urged to Mrs. Anna Humes,.former su- Elijah Youngblood and children THEATREOn
p. Johnny Shaw outstandingradio 3 PupilsNfho teacher
to p.'m. enrolled this grade at Maxville school.I I Jacksonville last week, has suf-
b/ present and help to plan for announcer and disc jockeyof prrvisor of scnools hits been visiting week are: Levy. Ramar Lennon Of Waldo Mrs. Eula Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgettwere ficiently! recovered to return to
this school term.Congratulations. will be master of her relatives in South Starke. Dover and Johnny Wall of Tam-
Jacksonville
I Gail Randolph Michele ,Graham business visitors in Starke I his home. We wish him a speedy Route U. S. 90
are extended to ceremonies. Who will be able to She is the cousin of Mrs. Ruby Jp.mes Lewis Williams Linda Annyouni. oa. last Saturday.Mr. I I recovery. BALDWIN FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns. who t!wear the slipper is the $64 quest- Clarke Mrs. Humes establishedthe Darrill Randolph, Gail Sorry I made a mistake last and Mrs. Bill Robertson and"' ,
\ Mr. and Mis. Bradshaw
are the proud parents of a darling ion.i :: The Carnation Social Saving American Legion Post 314 Vfcerts, Hampton Cohen Jr. Veil -!, week. N. J. Davis is in Baptist daughter, Marcia of Live Oak ,.o? Jacksonville spent Buddy Sunday and Show Time 7:.15 P 31.
b->by boy Randall Clyde born (.I Club has made this an annual while she 'was employed in the Elma Shell William Holland Memorial Hospital Jacksonville. spent last weekend with Mrs.
here
Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday a. m. in Bradford Coun- feature of their program for several county: and became the first com Jr., Hampton Cohen Jr., Charles Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneywere Dorothy Waters and family.Mr. I|''D. J. Parrish and family. Fri. Sat. Sept. 11, 12
ty Hospital. years. This promises to be murder She is still active in educational Wright and Little' priffin- Mrs. in Gainesville; on business and Mis. Jack Waters and ,
Very glad to report that Cornelicus hp biggest and best ball ever. religious and civic work. Marshall is a graduate of RJE last Thursday and were dinner family of Jacksonville visited Mrs.I Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Karen

Moore came home from See any club member and get your Mrs. Catherine Johnson passed pnd a .civic and religious leader guests of their son and daughter- Dorothy Waters and family last and Sharon Griffis were visitors I Tokyo After
Bradford County Hospital Satur- ticket.! Don't forget the place through enroute to Palmetto in our community., nHaw Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Mc- aturday. in Starke last Friday.Mr. i

RJE Cafetonum Saturday Sept. fter having attended a footballg and Mrs. George Johnsonand
day.Mrs. tabor! Day Weekend Visitors Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters and II
R. 1,. Morgan was taken 01&rd 12, from 9 until? me She 'extends-;greetings to Mrs. Joyce Walker: 'and Edward family of Jacksonville visited Mrs- family of Jacksonville spent I Dark
had to be hospitalized in Carnation Club all former co-workers and friends. and Aretha 0"Deniffeld of Cocoa f....................... Drothy' Waters and family SUn- Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs.:

Bradford County Hospital from I The regular meeting of the Carnation She is teacher of physical educa- t idted their mother Mrs. Arthur day.! I Doss Higginootham and family

Tuesday to Saturday. It}was reported -!' Club was not held due to tion at Lincoln High School Pal- Ire of Lawtey. 'While here .they., MAXVILLEBy Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and and they all enjoyed a dip in Michi Kobi, Richard Long

Tuesday of this week.that Labor Day activities. President W. metto. HBM ohfisan' was highlyrecommended were house guests of' Betty andAron family had ;supper with Mr. and Black Creek in the afternoon. PLUS -

she is still on the sick list. Brooks is asking all members to for 'tmV rposition Holly of'Starke. EdwD..mrleld By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mrs Harry Bellamy in Jacksonville -i Mr. and Mrs. Dan Groves and GUNSIGHTRIDGE
Frank Norman also entered come to the Cinderella Ball prepared after having worked in Bradford also visited his mother last Tuesday night. |daughter. Minnie and T. L Mann -

Bradford County Hospital Mondayof to make a complete report I County for two years. n Callahan. Fishing and fun wasthe .uu Mrs. May Bell Norman of High- ; :ng and Terry Cannon visited in

this week. He will undergo stir for all tickets. The calendar of. David Meyers of Lawtey and menu for the weekend. AU D. B., Griffis and Earl Cannon 'and visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning Sunday afternoon with

gery. I activities for the remaining recent graduate of Florida Normal reported a very enjoyable visit!. !end: son. Earl Jr. went fishing Padgett last 1 Friday morning.Mrs. I Mr and Mrs. Pat Griffis and Joel McRae, Mark Steven
lit us again invite each of you months of the year will be pre- :, & Industrial Memorial Col- home. tart Wednesday at Lake Loch- Fannie Griffis Mrs. Millard i I I'annly and Mrs. Edna Manningaid
to visit with Heilbronn Church ,, lege, St. Augustine. is employed at American Lesions Meet Stnckland. Mrs. Sally Harris, and family-
Joe Fox, attended the big I loosa and caught more than 60 Mon. Sept. 13 1.
whenever you can. We strive to' prod Gibson High Titusville. He will be Sun ,
Sunday a joint session of the Carole Strickland attended a I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Manning
offer the best.in preach- ; :"me between the Chicago Bears education to '
you very teaching special Post "herd fish.Mr. at the home of Mrs. :
and Auxiliary was at Stork Shower and family of Sanderson and Mrs.
Rev. Otis T. and the Cleveland Indians Saturday is graduate and Mrs. N. 1,. Cannon
ing the 5 and 6. :
by pastor. grades Myers a
last And The
P.JE with Commander Julius Roy- Lloyd Harris in Middleburg Edna Manning of Glen St. Mary Cool
evenin in Jacksonville.Mr. visited in Jacksonville last Friday
member of BetaPi
Jones congregational singing by of RJE and
a a'! and President 1,. M. Royal in week for Mrs. Ray Harris. I visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and with their son-in-law and daughter
Russell Beta Sigma :
chorister, Redding special Chapter of Phi
harge. The representative" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bellamy of Dan Groves and daughter, Min
daughters Joyce and Judy, enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Willie Godwin
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continue
talented to
singing by our young people Fraternity. He plans '
unable to be present to present Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
with Mrs. Lamar Reddish at a family reunion with Mr.Morgan's study in teaching the slow learner. end son. nie.Mr. Crazy
be troop charter but a very fine Ed Wilkinson last Friday.Mr. I
the piano fellowship that only! relatives in White Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett
Fiesta Club
meeting was held. The membership and Mrs. Harry Padgett Higgin-botham
be found in church.} Springs Sunday. visited in Highland Sunday with i
can a country Fiesta Club
J All members of the last Wed-
is increasing and the drive visited in Middleburg
Soott Marlow Terreaa
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. from Jacksonville enjoyed a fish- Gigi
Come on Sundays and come for] ire asked to plan now to be present members Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman. I Mrs. Ernest I
for Mr. and
I L. IBilll I i Reddish were Mr. and new is still on. The resday with ine trip to Grandin Lake on Labor PLUS -
mid-week prayer meetings on at the next regular meeting.Mrs. !building fund drive is now on. Miss Bonnie Padgett .s visited Padgett.:
Mrs. L. Beach
M. of Jacksonville.
Wednesday e nings. -, Gloria Graham our reporter Pledges:are'being' made by the Mss Anderson In Lawtey Sunday.I' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of,Day.Mr.. DRAGSTRIPRIOT
I Visiting over the big weekend and Mrs. Guy Frigo and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Norman and with Mr. Mrs'Freeman is up and out again after ashy members. They are asking com- Mr. and Mrs J. W. Mann and Jacksonville spent the weekend
and Cros- rnildren of Jacksonville spent
their guests. Mrs. Ineg Gray and 1 in Bradford County Hospitalfor munity support for this building family' visited in Middleburg Sun- here with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
by were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walker I Labor Day with Mrs. Fannie Grif-I
and daughter of Jacksonville.News medical care. She will spends vrich has as' its motto: "ServiceFor :lY with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mos- Harris and family. fis.I Yvonne Lime, Gary jClarke
YOTTLL LOVE tie few" Seeks with her mother in God Raymond Kilgore
new Ester and Country. Mr. and Mrs.
is short think We learn Mrs.
this week. I I ley.Mrs. are sorry to that
everyone took the Labor Day Fort Pierce while convalescing. CHURCH NEWS Lacey Brown and Mrs. end family and Miss Shirley Hig- I _
brook pnm-ilze fountain pens ID She is deeply grateful to all the \llen AME in Brooksville
holiday and did just that-LA-I Chapel Chorche Fannie Griffis were visitors in I grnbotham: visited I
pastel ...... Only $3.09 a* Bradford BORED. At least I know there nub members and friends for Allen Chapel AME Church Rev.L. Starke last Saturday. (lover the weekend with relatives.

was hard labor going on at our visits and condolences during her A. Sampson, pastor will hold Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and I Mr. and Mrs. Anton Guerra and

County Telegraph. I IL h'iuse-if you don't believe me i ness. William Holland presint their annual Women's Day Obser- daughter. Ginger visited in Jack-I children of Jacksonvile visited Mr. $IGooD
"' Gloria Graham, reporter.
F vi nce an day Sunday starting with
ask Harvey! sonville last Saturday with Mr.I and Mrs. N. L- Cannon and family
Music SpecialistMrs. Sunday School at 10 Supt.
a. m. and Mrs. Lonnie Jones and family last Sunday.Mr. .
Wessie L. Morris has been Thomas in. charge and
rrne and while there Ginger Can- and Mrs. Harry Bellamy
LOCAL MANAGER FOR appointed as the music specialist at 11 The refreshment
morning worship a. m. nutritiousr
L. Wholesome! ,
non and Glenn Jones visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. N. Cannon IT'S
for Bradford County Schools. Sheis of the church will have
College youth and Mrs. Willie Godwin and son. enjoyed dinner with Mr. and Mrs. anytime you wm t-a treat that'sgood

a. graduate Salisbury.of N.Livingston C. and has Miss charge Fannie and' the"Bell speaker'Frazier will graduate be Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of I jEd Wilkinson last Tuesday. GOOD to eat. Enjoy it often. Super

Jim taught for a year in North Caro- of RJE. At 3 p. m. Mrs. M. I Jacksonville were guests of Mr.J Norman-Owens Wedding GOOD Sue is super good-it's superiorStffu .;
Walter Corp. 1'!1e. Sha is the granddaughterof J. Lee will deliver the addressand I and Mrs Harry_Padgett last Sun' A wedding of interest to a wide! t
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Rev. Sauter of Gainesville and Mrs.'Anme'Jane' Dell will be \ j

comes highly recommended for guest soloist. At 6 T. m. the ad-

".World's :Largest Home Builder." the position. She win have complete c'ress will be delivered by Mrs. \
I charge of the music in the Rose Marie Brycn teacher at ,
I county schools and chorus at Bonner Elementary, Daytona Factory PricesOne \

WILL BE IN STARKE RJE. Deach. Mrs. Bryon is a forceful t': Kp
Thurston ElementaryThe v peaker and will keep you inter- WIt
regular PTA meeting will ested from the beginning to the Quart FREE With Eachor

EACH THURSDAYAT b held Monday night after the nd of her address. The general Gallon One you buy 1vihiR.S.

third Sunday In september Prem'dent public i:"Invited' to attend. The

Louiza Brown is asking allpstrons class leaders for the day are Mes- MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
to be present as vital 'ames Sarah Morris Sallie WH- "

STARKE HARDWARE CO. Husiness; concerning the operationof lams, Berniece Morris Hilda 501 N. W. 8lh Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 \-i-' : "I.-,, '. '-
the school for this term must Sell Morris and Louise Broxton.

: ')P discussed. Your help needed They will be representing. your I
1230PM. TO &:00 P.M.
mere this year. than ever before. regular leader>.All members are

Please plan now to support your asked to see them end pay trustee

PTA throughout the term. Mrs. S. dues, as well Women's Day as- AD
Appointments Call C. Price principal. sessments. Please do your full duty

JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector Kiddie KoUeie kindergartenA to your church and help it go and
new kindergarten has been glow. B-.J. Lennon Chairman. E. .. .a.

STARKE -- WO 4.5311 opened in Starke for\he convenience cochairEbenezer
of workmg parents. This :

pre-school is being sponsored by Baptist Church ',
// It's A Quality Home t
New Bethel Baptist Church andc Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. t t
It' A Jim Walter Home" +! open to all persons in the comm z S.: D. Robinson, pastor will be host 57 ,4 -

\'n1ty having children two yearsor to a one day, session of the Wo-
''OTHER OFFICES: over who are not eligible for nsn's Missionary Society of the

OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA regular public, school- Mrs. Pauline Mt. Sinia Missionary Baptist As-

Marshall is .teacher. Rev. A- rociation, Mrs. Mary Arnold pre

I B. Vinson, pastor. Deacon Julius sident. AH missionaries of the
district churches are asked to

please attend. Business of vital

importance must be transacted

Mrs. Susie M- White immediate

past president is expecting to see 31,1' x i

.. I nil of her former- good members
out. Mrs..Soph1a-ltoyal.; reporterof

missionary activities Ranell

English regular reporter.
.: HeartYwelcome New Bethel Baptist Church ;;x u; t tv
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New Bethel 'Baptist 'Church *> i tf?&

': Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor will hold /
: regular pastoral service 'on Sun- v

ilV starting with Sunday Schoolat

9:30 a. m.. Milton Ellerson supt. ,Kt

t Morning service at 11 a. m.. musicby
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our choir No. H. Mrs. Margaret De-
to I Ffcil IXmoBituUmi Obnninf Forfj Tiarj and 3 WDoaM8ts
Mrs. Effie Dunbar ,
Sue, president,
si tesMn art Dmtopmtrt t* hN New Fort Fcc ...
Palmore. pianist. Choir No. I win

a have: regular rehearsal on Wednesday EXPERIENCE RUN, U.S.A.
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r .a 1eacher night of next week.,+-AU
: A*wt Films h pnf iidtrfo i foal riuntmf tst.:.t.w*.. y nn*
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members are asked to attend. 1 UN*d MMtartd B.i F.daral #btb.al.:.Moat itmscmu ravti nut matocfcrit
I ,. Choir No. n will have rehearsal DM .0 w< fens of too nwfor awrtan rwits..tlw cJuflic '" ab.Ew.n4.o.wr..P I ...)typt .,.: ., each Thursday before the second .aC 4.,a0Mi01.aY..r!
Sunday.We are happy to have Our
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old. yet new pianist for choir No. .- -.........- .....,..
: F n back again. She is a teacher at

",, ... ..;.,.. :-. .. W.ldo Elementary musician. and The an choir outstanding is- ( (!TODAY. *.10j i M l THE NEWSJZE:FORD ,

1 .We hope you'll have a most pleasant an laceettFu] '. open to new members, Join today.
t. M. DeSue, president Pauline Marshall 'YSTARTS, ON' JTSIWAYJOIOU/

school year. Do stop in and visit us whenever you : reper. .- :
Antioch -Baptist Church __ -... .:.h'" T- -l Q '! _
.feel. that we can be helpful with your money mat 'i" Antioch' Baptist Church. Rev. Falcon, the Ne..- 1Ze Ford, already the most thoroughly tested On October 8. the Nev Ford wa

ters. We will be proud to serve you, wbQ icprc put .' ;1 George W..Lee. pastor held regular EI'Ibe proven DeW ear in histlVT-: Today this ttew Ford FaJcoa: starts -, be at your ford De 1er'. .-. for you let-
.. -- ftpttlmcc.See Jour Ford Dewier ads
communion'services' on Sunday RUN.U SA mile of D8IDbered u.s.b' h wlJ .
0 t Community; so well in a vital role.FLORI .starting with:'Sunday School ,9ftI'eYery taenooceocmataonoatbefadF )

':J. ,I at 10 a. m. 'Supt-Clarence Wil- ,"I'biI b not a test ran in the ordinary tested,paiDtHected,stabttrty-totecU IIC "' i"j
: liwns" in charge. The. lesson was sense of the word. For in its S yean ol errke-tested rurrjdtng-testcd on -
.i taught by tha pastor and Mrs. development and over 3 million toilet \ Ford's OWlS proving ground The Falef \.- 4 ff j jI

< L Arata Williams/During the morn- proving, the Falcon has tlready. ton hat already proved to engineer C' ,.,. .,..
ing service Covenant-Meeting was passed and repassed every kind of gas that k takes anything they eta dub out. I ......
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;; : i" held collection by Miss Ctmngton.I. I that could be devised. ..w.r--4.'tow.' Experience Ron. USa will
DA music by .the choir,under the direction been dust-tested beat-tested and show yp- what the Fakoo can do over ,
1 I. of 0.R. Shell. Mesdames endurance-tested on the tat track acJUngmin. yow kind of roads. ...... ,. ,;: .. -

.. Beulah Lennon 'and E. J. Givens.rochainnen Arizona. Wind-tested and How many mile' to the gallon? Re
',t': of Women's Day aAKen rain-tested in the 300 mph wind tunnel weds" win be kept of every drop of ga
at the UwTersirj of Marjland. Shock- wed. Better p mileage? The Fakoa J II -
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BANK AT STARKE Chapel AME Church have l 1
invited the choir' to furnish music \l i b tt 'L p gne',-\brKNa&cd._ DO H,et T .Mil j>CE20f i ID !to 1Q w iBbv i pa ?BBMM kwl.J J ,lal fGi616 stn sisstm_ _-:,

Sunday night at Allen Chapel

i' Oa* vf 28 fiats'.f-the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit r.- Corp. starting at 6 p. m. President Lou- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Brown tnvitatra. -
in has accepted the .
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An former, choir members .

u".. are asked_to.please be present'In, 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLORIDA---- '.- >- ,
I uniform for this program- Aral .

Williams, reporter. _


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