Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03537
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03537
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:_ _... 1Jji >; / .." '" Bradford's awesome toll of 12 bent," Mu:)grove stated. I sured him ,into making fewer arrests :- din reported that the FlIP has
.. '_ dead: traffic accidents. in Inn i Eight of county's 12 traffic'.I for traffic violations. Il | bad to step up their operations
F- past six weeks is causing great I( fatalities occurred almost with it i'l 'I Shuford said he wonders if the i en 301 around and north of Law

Concern' among county officials I(the corporate limits of Lawtey, i i motor club has "accomplished its i t tI tey. This past weekend. he said.
wuJ and law officers and an: ever-in- i|Only two of these deaths occurred 1'I p purpose of showing motorists how f fI t 16 arrests." were made on '301 in

creasing determination to do I i cff Hy. 301. A Negro was killed I it protects its members. ;, the county and 12 Qf these were
something about' it j when he apparently staggered ii t The mayor says that even i) made near Lawtey. Of 3T warning
Florida Highway 'Patrolman I front of a car on SR 225 east ol f though! 35 mph signs are posted Ei !II tickets issued, he estimated
Carlos ilusgrove reported that I Lawtey. A Georgia woman killed I 11 i! and the road is under construction ii j that 30 were given out just north
there were 16 deaths in the state t on SR 100 south of Starke. | cars still go through the town at i of Lawtey on; SOL
over the long memorial weekend I Mayor Charles" R. Shuforcj 11' speeds up to 60 mph. He stated i ii -Evidently the mayor saji,
end 10 of these occurred in Bradford -'j stated that the series of.accidents;i I not one 1 person arrested for speed I people don't consider it :a' viola
County>> alone. !* began soon after the PeninsulaMotor i. ing has denied being guilty but !tion of the law lo drive at an excessive -
"Bradford: County is at cast> Club of Tampa labeled thei !j all think they should not be fined. i rate of speed."
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i Rammed I WILD 301 STYLE WEST Two AccidentsKill Over X > ..v S WeekendThree To Keep Highway IA F'' Harvey i I a Inconclusive .

in J Starke business establish-!:I I Florida Highway Patrolman tiled to be transferred: on July 11 i A paraffin, test performedon;
By Freight The old wild west came aliveagate ( I
;. 1 Injures 7 ments were broken into last weekend stationed near Keystone for the unless residents 'of Keystone can: the hands of Ernest.Lee Lester, a
on U.S. 801 last week :
I persuade Col. H. N. Kirkman director -i wounded
when Marshall Deputy Sheriff Dolph! Reddish past three years has done a very 44-year-old man found
Lawtey Sump-
reported. of the Department of lr. the 'head near hU home, in
$9,550 Damage ter Harley had to chase a 73- I i good job. In fact he has been so '
Two of jhe break-ins occurred Safety, to rescind his transfer Brooker on,June 3, failed to prove
i year-old Dune lion man down More- ill fortune befell Bradford struck by a 1960 Chevrolet driven Saturday night June. 11,.south,of effective that residents of the, orders. Haryey is scheduled to conclusively that he shot .him
'A freight train rammed into a twice before he caught him. I motorists this past. weekend when by Gerald Wayne Crosby, '21, and the railroad on Highway 301. The I area are afraid he will be trans- go to the Crystal River sectionof self, Dr. Q. M. Dubowski, University -

semi-toailer Tuesday, June 14, at Harley said he pulled the, I, two accidents left one persoi: owned by Mead C., Lewis 25, bothof first was at Tuck's Drive-In ferred Mayor M. 1. Beasley ) the,state near Tampa. I I of Florida chemist, stated.
I 5:15): p. m. at the railroad cross- man over and started to get dead and seven injured. Starke. which was entered through a win- stated. The move, Col. Kirkman claims, Lester was found with'a bullet
Ing, at Thomas' Sawmill five milessouth out of his car when he took I The two accidents' brought thE< Both Crosby and Lewis are still dow in ,the kitchen, above the I' is ,a normal transfer which from I hole just behind his right ear
of Starke on U. S.' 301 off again. Harley caught' the I total to a full dozen persons killed in the Bradford County Hospital stove' It ,was reported by Nettie Trooper W. R.' Harvey, well time to time is necessary for the lobe and with a .32 caliber revolver '
when the blinker lights at the old man the second time in t e'Idnlty Ion. Bradford. County highway: listed in good 'condition. Of the King who works at the drive-ta.1. liked by the community, is sched- good of the FlIP Department. The in his possession. He claimed

track failed to function, reported \ of ,Dead. Man's Cune. since May 7. six passengers in- the Pontiac, The seconcT:"'illicit entrance occurred residents of Keystone think other- that he could not remember. being
Florida Highway Patrolman A. S. He had to stop the old speedster : i This 1960 Pontiac is the ill. :Mrs. Freeman is dead and the next door Tuck's. Drive- .1 wise. I shot, the Bradford County
Mauldin. by getting in front of hhrcar fated automobile in which Mrs driver of the car, Mrs. Nita C in at Seeber Goodman's Sinclair Summer Program "There is a feeling in the com Sheriffs Department stated.

The truck was loaded with 75G'f with his own and gradually Farren, Freeman; .24,..Lawrence. ', Williams, is still in critical_ condition Service Station., It was reported! I: munity that the change may have However, Deputy Sheriff Dolph
watermelons valued at 1600. slowing down. WMMMBBBMMBMl" M.M.MMM. MHBM, V M in the medical center in Gain t fcy an. employee of the station, In Session Now I IJ' !' come about as a result of certain Reddish reported the bullet from
The accident caused .approximately When finally collared the determined 'Two Sf rke' .Men esville. Mrs: Williams became concious George Grover. Entrance to this I traffic incidents in which Trooper I I Lester's head was sent to the
$9.550 in property ,damage speedster told the Tuesday for the first time establishment was 'also made Harvey, in the lire of duty, has.been ballistics section of the Florida
but injured no one seriously.. 'marshal!, "Thought if I got ; In; since the accident. Her spine,' leg, through a broken window. J' Youngsters met Monday at the involved," Mayor Beasley Sheriff's Bureau, and was foundto
.Mauldin said. The truck reed; away once you wouldn't chase Apprehended and some ribs are broken and she Reddish stated that there is USO Building for the beginningof stated. match the pistol in the.wounded

ved $9,500 damage; the' train $50 ,me again." has internal injuries.The very good indication that both ofthese this year's summer program. i: Beasley has already written a man's possession.!
Ocala/ Motel Theft
The t "Yes, I saw the no passing other four passengersin The summer program has become letter to Col. Kirkman
trooper witnessed the accident break-ins were made by the I asking that 1 I The report from the ballistics
being parked 'near the I signs but the road was clear" the ,Pontiac. Farren Freeman"; same person but that no arrests popular through Its swimming -:: Harvey be retained, to which the lab read, "The two',parts Ql and
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tracks, and termed it. ""unavoid. the man stated. He further informed Junior Leon Kersey, 29, and I Vickie Freeman, husband 'anc. pave. been made as yet. program in which studentsare colonel replied that the move was Q2 (twoparts of the bullet
able. the marshall that he I Morris L. Nazworthy: 27, both ol daughter of the dead woman- !:.an2Deryl The third break-in occurred taken to Kingsley Lake each but routine. In further action to which shattered when It .sUnckv.abone

The train Mauldin reported,: had' been driving 40 years and Starke, were, arrested in Ocala 'G. Williams and Ernest Williams Sunday night, June 12, at New day for a swimming session. This:'I retain Trooper Harvey, _the Keystone in Lester's; skull) are parts

was headed across 301 at 10 mph hadn't hit anybody jet. I Sunday! June 12, and charged ,, 6, husband and..'son of. 'Ute<, Method. Cleaners, owned by RobertGreen. part of-the program has become i City Council 'Tuesday night I of one'.32 caliber"bullet l fired from'a
when it hit the right rear'wheels Harley fined the old gentleman with ah armed. holdup: of a motel critically injured woman: Vfrf i. Entrance_to this building so popular that this year buses I I unanimously drafted a resolution, gun having the same 'rifling
of 'the trailer. The' truck," a 1954 $10 and let him go. there. treated. at' the medical,center-anb was also made through a broken will take youngsters to the lake to be sent to Kirkman again requesting -! system. as exhibit K ((.Lester's rem
'' in two shifts in order to all'I'
CMC traveling north a14 30*mph,, The arrest was made less thai released. U" x 14" window, pane: Deputy chance to give that Harvey not be,I volvef)," the,'deputystated.. .
was knocked 26.6 feet by the impact Businessmen: Sign an hour after, the robbery The accident occurred 'atl{ 4:50: ( Sheriff Russell Redding reported, Students participate. I moved. The resolution is to .be I A cartridge of'the type .firsd
meet 8
at each
falling over on itslleWside. Gas EasementsAt through the foresight of.an' alert a.m. Saturday, Jungllon{ ; SR 100 as though by ,a person of very day to be taken to the a.laite.m. The I mailed in a few days. into his head was also'1ound id
Tije J train, a diesel \graveled 241 night manager. about a mile south of Starke. The slender build. Mayor Beasley stated, that ,he Lester's possession,..Reddish alfl.
feet after impact before. comingto Clerks Office The Marion 'County Sheriff's I Chevrolet, ,driven:, by Crosby, cut t There is no ,indication that this buses for take another.one load From and 1 then to 6 return -. heard there, is also. a; petition l circulating The shell ease: from the'bullet,
; a. halt. office said Robert! Chauncey... 21,, over to<< the left side 'of'the roadIn break-in is connected to. the other.j other p.EX I among: the residents of from; hi*, ).head.was..' not. 'found,,
each activities
day areofferedTsnchK56Rbin
The driver...gkfee sruckEd.mnnd .1 Easements,have,been secured bythecity ll1iht manager; motelrjBoutt: front e5 the .Po&tiae f *+imashin..| twQ-vt; *&? Keystonf<:purpose, however -.:-...'; '" _
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.+ Daniel-" ,:'Adams.38, :"tt 1 c1Rrkroftfcgf of businessmen :''of ipeala on;U,,. S:1'441f: ;,'.became. Uie'front'af'the thehevrolet' the? : Missing from Tucks was a There"iS evjeu t 'one l to keep their patrolman However,. Reddish 1 added thai the.paraffin/
Greenville, South Carolina, ,and to'sign to give rightofwaysacross suspicious- of the. two. men and side of the Pontiac. small ,amount.of money from the ; '' ia gby"klementaryreadtnr' two elementary Beasley said he has not. seen, the tests did not mean. too much because
the owner of the: truck Arnold their property. for natural. while the. pair were-in a rest Lewis and Crosby were coming cigarette' machine and ''assorted grou school teachers. .petition.It I they are not Infallible and
Hensley; 41 .AshvUle, North gas lines. room he wrot down the license to Starke from Melrose' when cigarettes, Stolen from Seeber School children all the is felt by the residents of because of the length of .time
Carolina stayed overnight .in the City'Clerk Merrill Edwards announced number of their" r.-; *- they had been' playing" card: Goodman's 'Service Station was a : over in the "keystone, Beasley said that the that elapsed between the Cnehe,.
Bradford County HOpltafor\ Tuesday June 14. that Within a short time, the men Lewis said he went, to sleep, on small electric radio, about five county may participate, Turi FHP Department may not lie acquainted test was made.! Lester was shot
:Buses to Lawtey,
treatment of shock and nervous businessmen are now willing to I held Chauncey at the point x>f s the way home and didn't re- years old, with a brown plastic program. well with all facts in the on June 3 but the paraffin (es;.
coI dittons. They were released sign the easements.'There has up, pistol. bound him with adhesive member anything ''until after the cover;; $26.70 from the cigarette Brooker' and' Hampton as as :case. J was not made until June 8, Red
Wednesday. Troy Marion Futch,, to now been: some reluctanceon tape, took $527 and .fled. Shortly accident, according, to the Brad-, machine arid assorted cigarettesand "However," Beasley said, "If dish stated.
.the part of business-men to, afterward. Chauncey succeeded ford County Sheriff's Department: three boxes of cigars total- The program,.is supervised at the attempt to keep Harvey is not .
from the
sign the documents. But, Edwards in getting the attention of II'I Crosby stated that ,he remembered ing $17.25. all times by teachers successful, I will make every ef ,
Santa Fe
schools volunteer for Junior Legion .
Lqff who
,QMan said, this seems to have''I I night porter and was freed. crossing the railroad and that Stolen'from New Method Cleaners -I II fort to cooperate with the new' ".
blown over now. I vine Georgia was killed; it wai!I he was meeting a car, but could was $15 in dimes and pennies.I summer work. patrolman sent here.", To Play Waldo
Killed In '
I recall nothing else, until after I
the accident. P S The Junior Legion Baseball

Melrose .Wreck( s: tIP Crosby, Deputy' Sheriff Dolph ,i 'Team will play Waldo in its first

Reddish said, has ,been charged game of the season Friday June
A Santa Fe Lake man/was kill.ed with, manslaughter and is under 17, at 4 p. m. on the. high school
and a Gainesvtllo'rellident $1.000 bond. I' baseball diamond: .j'?

critically injured eailyhis week The second accident of the The team is made up of boys
whin. their ,convertible went off weekend, in which four' people 13 through 15' years ,of age andis

th| road and flipped over. near I were injured, o curted.at. 10:30: under the supervision Coach

MetrosRobert Sunday night, June 12, east of Lennard Register-; .
DL. Sturgeon, 39 of Santa Jr -4 Starke on J3R 230 .iii'front of the __
Fe? Lake Shores a borne show home of Maxie Carter, Jr, I Slow Pitch Softball
promoter, was pronounced dead The accident happened* when La-

on* arrival at Ala?hua' General' Vcrn Alvarez, 25,",(Mrs. Walker) __ First Presbyterian and Fine

Hospital. in a 1956 Ford attempted to pass I Level Baptist each won over First
John :McPowall a 22yearoldArmy two cars as she.was',heading Into Christian last week--the former
man front Gainesville was Starke and struck head-on into by an 11-8 score, the latter by a
admitted in critical condition with 1957 Chevrolet ,
Large roll down the conveyor belt toward Mrs. ,; a driven by Ralph 12-0 shutout
internal injuriesand a fracturedarm. peppers ') Darley, 36, of Lawtey he 'was Schedule for next week's play
: Burn-11 and Mrs. Sue ault to be graded before it b
he listed Frances
By Tuesday was
driving toward the lake. in the Slow Pitch Softball League
as fin fair condition. packed Into the bushel basket :Mrs. Walker is charged with Its:

PuUnan County Deputy Sheriff reckless driving and under $300 --- Fit June 17, at 6 p. m. Pine
Jimmy Price said the accident oc- bond. |
vs. Presbyterian
curred two miles south of Melrosc .. parley failed to' leave the road Surplus,. Warehouse Hears CompletionNow Monday, June 20'also at 6 p,
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on SR 21. The left-rear tire apparently k, in time to 'avoid the collision m. Christian va. Presbyterian
blew out and the south heriff P .D. Reddish stated. nearing completion south 'I some grading and'' paving has to nating- the land for warehouse d
bound car went off the road skid- Injured were Mrs. Alvarez will, of Starke on U. S. 301 is the i I be done on the area surroundingthe and for the grading and filling

oed< back across the highway aide- a broken leg and multiple bruises, Florida r Development Commis-1 building. Moving operations they did on the land prior to the Look Coach!
ways and flipped over, the' deputy, and Darley with severe chest in. sion's new warehouse costing approximately should begin by mid-July and end beginning of constro<:tlon.i ,
said. juries. Both were listed in fail, 300000. I some time in August, James Hun- A meeting was held Wednesday,,
Price said Sturgeon war killed condition in the Bradford County Construction by the Armco I ter, manager of, the Surplus i June 15, by five employees; of th

almost instantly.A ; Hospital. Sewer and Drainage Co. of Jacksonville -t:Property Department stated. Florida Development Commissior
wrecker was called to the< Two passengers in the Darle:y Paving ,operations around the I to wrap up find details of construction -
Bcehe to enable rescuers to> remote car were also injured. They are the 'vict1Ins. who were pinned Mrs. Ruth Glisson Starling, 26 The' building, shown above, contains I operations now, Hunter said. to the new warehouse.At .

under the wreck. The con and her daughter Carol Ann, 6', 100,000 square feet Also 27- The 'surplus property businessin the meeting were Hunter. P -.. .
vertible, a 1D3T Chevrolet- receiVe. F with cuts and bruises. 000 square feet of outside storage Florida has grown to be the W. Witherington. director of th< rt.B.

td fin estimated $1,000 damages. space is to be constructed later fourth largest in the U.S., Hunter Improvement Division; F. .

firice. said Sturgeon was' driving, ''JFir/ under a shed with'open sides. said, based on .the volume of Beard superintendent of warehouses Y
the-car. Destroys ; W. F. Glenn, assisUn'
r These! -Pepper Packia Mamas" are parkingpepper' neatly There is still some 'work, to be property handled. I[ supt of' warehouse and H. F.

into baskets prior to IJ pping. Left to right aft Bits. Mary Fogging ,Machine done on the building' Office quar- Hunter also-expressed appreciation McCulley administrative assistant
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Friday Night Is Katherine Starling (in background), Mrs Ludlla'Carlton' Mrs. ters have to be completed and to the city and county for do- .

FAMILY NIGHTAt i I Margaret: Corn Dicandio,and Pepper-Hit Mrs. Leona": T. Brown.Market ; Control at A$3,000 Bradford"County truck was,[59 considered Dodge]Mesquite, value to to(* t FH&A Supply In Bankruptcy Suit II Bradford Out For SummerBradford Teachers

a total loss when it caught fir e County's IiCbooFarm. -

"' I Pepper and corn began to pour 'Bradford farmers, are receiving, $Tuesday night.June.14, on SR 2:1 t Home and Auto Supply, in Gainesville has against the I| teachers inaly got out of schoc I r

PRATT STREETPLAYGROUND, into the State Farmer's Market "Crops in the" county general]r 1 A near Silver Lake a Starke corporation has flIed corporation's stock of goods. \\b* Thursday, June 9, over I

this-week but' are briIlgfug very look good but farmers cant .Ui e The generator on the fogging: I involuntary bankruptcy proceed- Among other" suits filed. agamst'Tl' week later than their pupils.
moderate prices according to on good looking crops," Count 1 machine caught fire and sp read tagsin; the Federal District in e teachers will have abou t
'This Space--Contributed' Market Manager, J. R, Wainwright Agent George Huggins':>declare 1 t. to two 50 gallon drums of diese Jacksonville County Judge T. A. the corporation is one signed by two months respite and then Wi11
Wainwright said the acreage Is Ralph Kramer of Jacksonville, resume work August 15 for tw 0
fuel'in the truck' body used th Yawn said this week.
Weekly to Publicize, Monday and Tuesday saw 861 small but the yield ,an i'qUalli'1 represented by' Starke Attorney weeks,preplanning before schocbegins.
'_ spraying mosquitoes. Thee fire. The business has several suits 1 1n
Events crates is good. He said the average, mal
< Community byTHE bushels of pepper and 2,533 Hollis V. Knight and one signed
sold at the market. Pepper ket. price in -a good fear would 1 extinguisher on'the truck was not pending Yawn said but action School next term will beg These two Jaycee Midget Leaguer -
COMMUNITYSTAT brought from $1.40 to $2.00 per 'I considerably higher sufficient to put out, ,the fire. on'.them has been postponed until by Dr Ercil Myers of Miami represented August 29, about a week ear U era. Tommy Sterner (fop) and Bill

bushel and corn from $1.15.to A veteran Bradford stated$2.1 10 Jack Trawick, county sacita,- their property U cleared of by County Judge T: A. than .usual Since school will hav e Adams* may' "be Yon in ether
BANK $2X0 per crate; Wainwright.said. for pepper and corn will just j I a- tion officer, said the-'truck Was. the bankruptcy charge. Yawn. against business and real been in session a week prior t o departments byt they are not

OP STARKE"* Wainwright Warned a big vol- bout mate expenseafor, .a' faro 1- insured and the insurance adjustor ',- > The. business .is,dosed'on' a writ estate property, owned. by the cor- Labor Day on September. 3, the short en iajrnnaltr M they nae
ume of pepper and corn from er, but he ,'OuhfmiliveI'J' litt Ie was due tod .y"'for a settle, ,.. of execution- that.Baird' Hardware. poration. ,.' schools Will observe that bolidaj r, this unIque method to reach the

l other ,areas for the low prices profittW: '-: .t" ment. ', x_. ., v J. '< County Supt. H. P. Morgan re- tall seore oat(
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Florence Rogers of Jacksonville :j:; li{: ;"?" '.- I 8.ine 'CHhooley are attending 'the ,HL and -family left Tuesday for
spent the weekend with Mr. and > ..a .. w-6-Raria camp It Emory'Un'itersity ;'their :'; nett. essignnieflt fet Fort

Mrs Merritt Williams. 1 in Atlanta, 'Ga, thisTVJV Eust& Vaster' Iix: i. Vftta ication -
Mrs. Clyde Colson spent last .-.'- .-- week.Mjr., at ton sley: sake Unroute
J7'T' week with her son and family, ,- .. bird Mrs. Comer PerrjTnaat I '|hey \\.1fSi\ Mr:%na Mr\W..}r.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson in ,. -- .wills the in 'Orange Park and
,, .,.,. ... JackseiTfine .F4Wr4s..1r. ;
Smyrna ,Ga. Karen 'and Suzanne "'. ;/ : "c-,," ,wee eA 4 With jjijge: arid Mrs. E.H. .I 'Mr. aid. >irs. :Joe JJeal T3elche in

Colson returned with their grand- ii' Perrynuut'at KingsTey IjiVe. i I II t Norfolk, 'Va,

.. .. sDSrS mother for a visit.. .... .-.... ; : 1/y/ : Srs, ferUw. Pearce has returned :}!I f im11: l| Xrin. tewS &, Vfeltfng

Mr and Mrs. Herbert Thomas ., I [her aunt. .>t ra. W.. Q... Baxter mi
; from weeks with her :
H. I { two visit I >
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More of Orlando I Phyllis Darby Is visiting her !and daughter Kathleen will be,in 3?" f Jacksonviitte; ids vee'k.
visuing her daughter Mrs- G. S.hwcomb .' aunt, Mrs C. W. Chalker in [, Bartow Wednesday to Sunday. .: sister. Mrs. W. T. Saxon in Fort I II i Mrs. I'ell'Fstes of t !.ttAnoaga, I

and family. I' Gainesville this week. Mr, Thomas will be instructor at rf' i Lauderdale and: relatives !in Winter Tehiu ic+?as a weekend) 'guest or
Mrs. M. T. Langston and chil Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maddox of the San Francisco Giants base- Mr and 1lrs. R. Hixba.
I Haven and Lakeland.<< I
dren ,, ., ....
of Richmond. Va. will be I Miami and Mrs. Dan Harris and ball camp during that time. +. ; r r- "' -' -
guests next week of Mr. and: Mrs. grandson of Jacksonville were Mrs. W. N. North and son, Bill
A. I* Brown. Saturday visitors of Mrs. W. B. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons .-. 3 REPOSSESSEb
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley returned I Mundy.Mr. spent several days last week at < : r [!;:
to their home in King- ; ;::.? <. .. '
and Mrs. Guy Sale and Horse Shoe. : :: ..:. ,.r. .
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wood, W. Va. last Thursday aftera I I daughter. Linda, in s. :=:: -
Madison :
were attending
Mrs. L. A. Canova, Sr. is : ;
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parents'Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim the Florida Music Teachers < _. 1! : ,, ... ..
Mr, and Mrs Barney :McRae and Saje. .They were accompanied Conference at F S. U. this y eek. ((, ., :;: "" :;tr < .
Mr.. and Mrs.: Lonnie Har er. there by bars. -J. .hn Sale who hasvisiting Mr, and Mrs. Clyde' TerWin gar .; "' : .
They were accompanied home byth"elr .beeii the Guy. Sales >for{ and children have spent several 'J... ':
niece, Mary Beth Crawfordfor I a month days in St. Petersburg this week Ji.1 If !III. 1:J;! : "' ; MUST GO AT ONCE

a three week visit. Mrs> John Christiansen attended with Mrs. TerwUlegar. Sr. at Reddington s
Beverly Crawford is visiting! { her I the graduation of her grandson Beach. K
uncle arid aunt Mr. and Mrs.. Lawrence Moseley in Plant Mrs. Carl Wells of Miami is 4-H Girls Leave For Camp At Cherry Lake \ -
Cary Nazworth in Jacksonville: City Monday evening.Mr. visiting her daughter Dr. Sarah -

this week. I and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and Lou Wells for several days. Thirty-four 4-H girls ten Mon- cpportunities. Kay Haialop, Alice Crews, Lavone Take Up Payments Of $5.55 Per Mb.

Extra Bobbins save time-Stock family spent Wednesday Sun Purenase any model of Stnier day, June 13, to spend & week at The girls will return Saturdaywith Collins, Sandra Campbell, JarieU
up with Singer Bobbins at Den day in Tallahassee and Bainbridge Sewing Machine at Denmark camp at Cherry Lake, eight 'miles the. Home Demonstration Pollard and Mary Blow. Small Down ,Payment.. Belter ,Hurry To Get

mark Furniture Co. tf I Ga. visiting relatives. Furniture Co. tf north of Madison. Agent, Miss Dorothy Ross, and Wendy Hill and Donna Rhoden One Of These. Write or Call

Gilbert S. Newcomb, Jr.'grad-I Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Jr. and Air and Mrs. Bill nary of Clear-I The theme of the camp is :Airs; Nelson Green, local leader represent the Hampton club.
uated May 29 from the Universityof children spent the past ten days water were overnight guests Sunday "Gypsy Caravan.*' Bradford girls and bus driver.Attending Attending from the Lawtey club SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
family In Pensacola and Scottsboro Ala. of Mr., and- Mrs. Al Hart- will camp with girls from Alachua camp from the Starke
Portland Oregon. He and
have moved to Philadelphia-, visiting relatives.Mrs. mann. and Nassau counties. club are Patricia Moser, Celeste are Mary Frances Norman, Karen 402 ,N. Marion St. 'Phone 880

Pa. where he will work for RCA.Mary Frazier Shaw entered bliss Jackie Colley is attendingthe Girls must have completed projects DeVoe, Gerry Beth,, Mooty, Jayne Lee, Carol Jean Mosley, Linda LAKE CITY, FLA.
Bollinger is visiting Marcia Baptist Memorial Hospital on FSU summer session. in homemaking to be eligible I Hardy, Jewell Allen, Lee Darby, DeVore, Jeannette Griffis and -
Whittle in Dunedin for two Tuesday, for observation and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan of i to attend camp Linda Cox Gail McKinney, Dianne Hardy, Margaret Rosier

weeks. and the two girls are assisting treatment. 1 Gainesville gave a birthday dinner end Cathy Rhoden, older members, Linda Cox, Cathy Rhoden, Audrey: Attending from the Brooker club 0
in the First Methodist Becky Dankel is visiting his recently_ for },Irs. Duncan's I will be camp councilors. Flakes, Carolyn Chilson, Margaret: are Janice Mott, Karen Mizelle, -

Church Bible School in Clear- grandparents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. father,L. A.Wynn, honoring him I Activities[ will be swimming and Ann Lovell, Sharen Bryan, Patsy Padgett, and Dottie Sue compare'
water during that time. Dankel at Fernandina Beach this en his 84th anniversary. 22 members other recreation and leadershipMrs. Cheryl Shealy, Linda Sue Edwards, Kelley. .
week. of the connection at
)ir. and Mrs. Don Patray and Those attending the officers tended the celebration family from Cain- J. L. Chancey of W. Palm },fr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and
children and Mrs. Nora Patray Mr. and Mrs. John Shambargerand
training meeting of the Wesleyan esvile, Starke and Ocala. Beach was weekend guest of :Mr. returned children of Lakeland .spent the the capacityin I
ark visiting relatives hi New Orleans daughter, Peggy,
for two weeks. Service Guild in Gainesville on ],11'. and Mrs. Kenneth Witt and and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Saturday after ten days vacation weekend with her parents Mr. .
Sunday were Mrs. R. S. Mullins, sons of Columbiana, Ohio arrived Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin of and Mrs. E. J. Dowling enrouteto
in York, Pa. with relatives. -
,. ,- q Mrs. Robert Coe, Mrs. Henry Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Palatka have .rented one of the two months vacation at Boul
"Aiitooh: ; Mrs. W. B. Jr., Mrs. big-family sized l '
N :F Goodwin., Mrs. C. E. Hernwall Mrs. !W[. L. Johns: Sr. I McKinney houses on W. Weldon{ W. B. Scoggins and Mrs. Ned der, Colo and Salt Lake City: ,
i Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. Lon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buchwald I!i street. Mrs. H. K. Tyus and son, Kenneth WISTINOHOUSiREFRIGERATOR
attended the PTA
II nie Futch- and family of St. Charles, HL are..1 I Mrs. C. A., Knight underwent course Yancey at F.S.U. June 710. study spent Tuesday ,and Wednesday
Fl rida Rev. ,and Mrs. G. W. Smedley spending two weeks with. their'I! surgery last Friday in St. Vin. in Miami
I of Lake City were last Wednesday f daughter, Hiss Barbara Davis and j! cent's hospital. t
I Visitors of Mrs. Effie Johns. mother,.Mrs. Gerit VanDiepen.Mr. Miss Kate truth is convalescing .t.-;' r *:'Z'% ,
II if :..;.::' ,\: ;, ;tjOlDl' [);l rF. ..,+'>.. M:>,\.?.
oft the of her sister, Mrs. .. .
at home "
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilpin and Mrs. Millard Judd and 1 .t,; .:""":;"..t.., ",./:, ....;,.B'.:' ';$'<*;..':f "T"""" 'T',; ,
? t Houston, Texas were weekend daughter, Suzanne, Suzi Broad.I' Leah Bauknight, 1035 Riverside! ; / r JW .... t.M ;s'ltf _)3 tt:9t:, oSaaa< ',
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I of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin. Jacksonville after surgery in 8r l t: 'V:- ti ;::"':. ( : tA ;r:
guests and .Martha Susan Ritch ;. ": ; i
Theatrer way ': Bradford yY,,<;,$,:.r.JI'x '.:..! >;;;"e "c tit T.. sh418.. ,$!4 r.. ,
Johns. spent Sunday at St. Augustine County Hospital. : ,"t" '
Ttttt CAIftY LINES 1', t-fM'':0 { >> ) f' >

Miss Mava Lee Thomas ol, Beach. I Miss Manila Miller graduatedfrom ,i IVE'EE INTRODUCES ;,::;, .;.iNi:::? ..,:'tt),::\.::....!.fi"ib...,,,., ,"'. ...:,:..,'..,;,';,ii.... ,.:.;,',1)1. $;Im..."' :,....,*'",.:: ...,': 'f5i ; ::. : ,
Augusta Ga. was visiting he :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodge have Andrew College.{ Cuthbert, >,:...':"" .:"' 'j."i.-8'' '' '' s.}, >>==
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r father Herb Thomas, and family j moved their home from road"301i I Ga. on May 29. She is presently gg HEALTH-JHOUCIHC/J _;' -. '' 't' <" y.''' : """j' "' '" ) -

JUNE 18 last week. i South to Alton Road, Starke. working: at Howard Johnsons on

1st. Feature -..- i Phillips! Highway, Jacksonville. < .,..-.,., .. .,,. ,., ,., r
I -- I I A-3-C Harvey Prather. son: of '; s
Atr and Mrs. John William Prat-i ,, 89c ; ,
f'3 :!:t.t.HW':- HEE5T j PYROFAX t 1 her, Temple. City Calit: 'and D gaLE !

r :-\\1DMARK.FONDA j I grandson of Mrs' A. F. Sauls of 7

GUARANTEES Starke, graduated recently) from < ..
.ATONYMALONE I u t Ymmo :rww.. w.... .o r ,
Gunter! Air .Force Base, Ala. He =

DOLORES I ;;t FOR THIS 600DGAS1 100 IBS. is now stationed, Biggs AFB, gg.s:-, Bread ,6: ,. :, 'r -
Texas. :, <
.. MKHHIS2nd. YOU'LL SHOUT VOURTHANKS, PRE CYLINDER Mrs. Mae Lennon and Mrs. Ice. Cream ,,':' !

\ \) BE ONE OF MAM/; Louise Crenshaw or Deland were ,..-r., 1 1r
JOIN THE RANKS guests last Friday of Mrs. A. F. 'Cottage.Cheese( ,' .+ .
I inioe .y! ( Sauls and;attended.,!be funeral! k *--.3j V FTi- Mrs. Evele Lennon. t
I John S. Speer of Dahlonega, Ga. Orange JuiceS I .,
Feature I d dti
I I. spent last week with his brother .
THE ONETRULYGREAT and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
/ I S
-I-N1 '- H. L. Speer. i :r=
STORY OF THEM I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell will ; "' Y 1

S &ti tt &BU.S. the weekend relatives VALLEY
spend visiting UU) AnnEE DAIRIFSCAMERA

MARSHES'! COMFORT t t0u .. in Hardeeville, Bluffton and ,;:; '"' .
w ANO ig1/E. o. Buford S. C. They will join Mrs. I .

.. : CONVENIENCE; / 700 I Powell's sisters, Misses Louise and ,
In ,, I Phone WO 4-7551 Etta Fripp while there. Mrs. Mat- r t. .
G ace- tie Gahagan will return with the I860 MODEL RNA 13ien + ,
r Powells after several weeks visit t I

-20.- We Are Offering tor A Limited up Mrs.there W. H. Edwards cif Jackson t c. mpare. .l95

JERRY ville spent Tuesday to Thursdaywith : .
VI .LD'S \ her daughter, Mrs. Drew i
......II ," Time Only Reddish while Mr. Reddish is in the price AtvFEB

Columbus Ohio attending the convention
MID WARII.AI A SEKSATIOML $2.75 of! the American Society d Compare>I and you'll 1 see for yourself? I JwhythiaWestinghpusel3cu.ft. \Iter Dotm

_. ; e.c of Agricultural Engineers foi! / P.1)'ment I,
.,.. several Mrs. Reddish and
; days. double door refrigerator fives you
x11.,. SIKGER SERVICE SPECIAL children returned to ..tacksonvilletoday 1 a :more .much more than single

3 yr* s with 1 rs. Edwards until dos refrigerators. .sadist a )lower
,. Saturday. -
Which fentftfes have a SfhgeT-Trained Mechanic FROM price
; you
Replace rose old iewnt machine -i
-'"' ti' ; Y visit L dour home and belt with t new Sinter: Ben >&e Bi9 Swfy k*> WestingKousa. ;

ti from Denmark Furnitare >C*. tf I I
Robe WAGNfR '# adjust bottom and needle thread tensions BULLINGTORS F02 ,QUAUTY FC&, .KATW1S. i fOI VA11t
Dana WYNTER mechanism Mr. and Mrs. E., D. Tenly, Sr. .. ."
$ dbeck fabric-handling
arid Mr. and Mrs. Jr. v s tea
Jeffrey HUNTER I "f* "d e-lint',' 'entire thread-haiidling i assemblyaio Mrs. W. H..Tenly' in Cainesvilteon

Bradford DILLMAN iircessary Mrs. 1L.. F. Brown was in NewPort Completely Electric POLAROID :

NORTH inspect motor and check wiring for safe insulation Richy from Sunday to Tuesday ,
I visiting Col. and Mrs. J. W MOVIE CAMERA _
France NUYEN .
McNeer and Dr. and Mrs. Marcus ,K :
of oil and needlesIf
give a FREE supply LAND CAMERA I
':PWItP DU4:a "" RRD 1i II
; ED Kll1 Brown and attended the baptismof ,
S1G you would like to take advantage of this Service I baby Craig. Anthony Brown on Runs on Battery Never N, .
Needs ., .
Winding Electric ;
>.T II...., Special, kindly telephone your Singer Store in Lake Monday. HIGH SPEED
City, 402 N. :Marion St., Phone 880, 'or mail the Special I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenjy will EYe-Sets: it's Self. -
Cartoon: Tale of a Wolf Coupon listed below. visit Mr. and'Mrs. W., R. Waiters WAS $109.95 OUTFITSpecial
ir Reidsville, Ga. on Friday and '
> ';
SUN. MON. & TUES. 2.75 SPECIAL SERVICE U ON Saturday. .S .
Dr. and Mrs. 0.., L. Haynes;-Jr. 6'X SF ,
June 19 thru 21 Tear off aad"Mai| this Coupon today. This offer expires June 2S and daughters and Hope Holiday $19.95 Save $30.00 x 4 aijY'KM. .

,- I have returned from ten daysr visit A ,
tt tl'
'in Decatur, Ga. with Mrs. Haynes t r, N
f trother- n-Jaw and sister, Air and ,, t
403 N. MARION ST. PHONE 880 I Mrs. George H. Stevenson and at- 35-MM:

Singer sewing Machine

,, Date._______._______ Hour. _"_,_, _- ___ at tended Denmark' Scott Fumltor Stevenson's Co.wedding tf.I Color Camera Outfit $y.95 < '

. Name _r._____.____________-_____:._______,____ on June 5 where Marcia and UP .. ... .. '- .
Anne Haynes were bridal attend- -r.
Cartoon Unatural History .'." :: .
,Address. _. _____..._ ..!.. ..... _.:. ants. Marcia remained with her ;v .' ': '
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uncle and aunt for a months visit. You'll find what you want for Dad atprices : x .. ,a.
WED., THURS., & FRI. has the ,
-------------------- --------------------- Peggy Yancey spent < '
June 22, 23 & 24 Please, give description. : of! location' of your house., : past tw O. weeks with her grand you can afford at Bullingtons. We ?' ,

.. i mother. Mrs J. P< Stevens and.Dr. carry a complete election of i._: ': I
1_ J am interested,in your special $2.75 offer Q and Mrs. A. C. McReynolds ml' t >' ..,!.. 'I'' ..
Sanford. Dir. and Mrs. Yon .' -.-
-= 2. I would, like delivery of the .following- items. cey and family will go Ned down to 'Watches_- : Phonographs. .t/; ,(:, : 'A To-; .,.':' ." .:, :- '

!, Needles Q OU Q Zipper Foot. QButtonhole Sanford this,weekend' and get her, Tape Recorders Rings MODEL' .' CM15. '.;" .., -'..:,.

Mr. and Mrs. 1L, R Rabb Jr )
Att a c. Q Zigzag Attach. Q and family titu.ondiy from. Transistor Radios< ? Holds 525 Pounds ,,
... ., 1 a ten'day vacation in South Flora : Lift Oui Basket 'l'S'oto
3. .1 am interested in an efficiency checkup on my i
.. I da. Mr. Rabb attended,the Florida '--
z{ Act vacuum cleaner (any make). Q Association.of. Insurers in Miami Separate_ Quick-freeze: "p: : :',

# _= 4. I am interested in information on the new Singer t June, 9-42.{< BULLINGTON Compartment Per. WeekNORTH .
> '
Little of o. .
Jimmy Ferryman
Revolving Brush Attachment. which.fits, any '

x.' Canister Cleaner fj Saturday'Jacksonville' with,spent his Wednesday grandparents ts tc,, () :C I

., .. 5.1 would like to try the excitingly,new Slant-0.3fatic Judge and Mrs. E. 'K:,Ferryman. STUDIO & GIFT SHOP FLORIDA SUR L ;

Sewing Machine in my home, FREE of charge and Mr and Mrs. Willard Pass were- .' "_ 220 North .

Cartoon:' Seapreme Court under no obligation. Q Tallahassee business and Sunday pleasure.Tuesdaj Jon 104 W. CALL ST. PHONE WO. 4-7271 Phone: Temple Va .11T3 Avenue- -, L

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--- -- -- 3PW Meeting Miss Patricia Harper !First: Baptist J Assistant Pastor I Miss Carolyn Temples rtt.annnmmnVVV

t Held ThursdayThe Weds Mr. 'Covingtonn I Circles Meet '" I II Of St. Edward'sHonored :HonoredVith PartiesMiss THERESSABy -

Kingsland Ga.Mr. I Carol Temples, whose
first meeting for the year The Annie Armstrong Circle I
marriage to Charles Osborne was Ruth Grlffls
1960-61 of the Starke Business
with Mrs. Six
met Charles Darby.
and Professional Women's Club A reception was held..in St. Edwards an event of Saturday afternoon, .ttttttvtllvttvvttttmVacation
was held Thursday evening, June members and two visitors were recreation hall Sunday !was the inspiration for two de-

9, at ,the home of Miss Madge present. The meeting was open evening honoring Rev. Fr. C. i iifenttul affaiis the past weekend. Bible School started at

Gladys Mooty Middleton. with Mrs. Thomas Gill ed with,Prayer.,. Mrs.,King, circle Robert Kincaid, the new assistant Miss Harriet Powell entertained Hope Baptist Church on Monday,
as cohostessPresiding over the chairman, presided over the business pastor. at a bridal shower for the June 13,.with an enrollment of 43.

meeting was Miss Middleton, pre- session. Mary Louise Haines The receiving line was composed bride-elect on Thursday eveningat We hope enrollment continues to

sident of the Club. and Lynwood Walters presented a of Mrs. Owen Vaughn, the home of her parents, Mr. grow as In other years. Commencement -

Guest speaker for the eveningwas I dramatization of "The Woman at president of the Altar Society; and Mrs. W C. Powell on E. Call 'exercises of VBJ3.

Logan Baldwin who spokeon E' 4 the Wayside." They also gave a Rev. Fr. Connie Dougherty pastor stieet.;! Mixed summer flowers in will be held on Sunday, June 19,
talk on G k's and R.A.'s. at 7 All children who have
"The Advantages' Invest- ; Fr. Kincaid and his parents I attractive arangements were used p.m.

ment In Mutual Funds." Mr. .'SuG F Six members and one visitor Mr. and Mrs N. H. Kincaid of I to advantage in decorating the attended and their, parents are

Baldwin: gave many interesting were present when the Lorena I Jacksonville. Mrs. Joseph Wallace party rooms. The lace covered refreshment urged to be present at this special

pointers for women who are tak- Epperson Circle met with Mrs. escorted the guests to their I' table 'was centered serv1t'e.Pt'rsonai.

ing their first venture into stocks O. Hazen, Mrs. Paul L.l tables. with a crystal punch bowl set in *
presided at the meeting w mixed Rev. and Mrs M. L. Packham
and bonds. > The refreshment table was cov-I a bed of greenery and sum-
yt was opened with Reports' of Haines and their child-
The president announced the 4 prayer. ered with an Italian cutwork mer florets. Sr. City
following committee chairmen: : ':6 t from committees and other business tl cloth and centered with an ,arrangement Fifteen intimate friends of the ren-Merle Jr.. Mathew and Anne,.

Auditor, Mrs. Martha Bales; Par { were discussed. The program" of red. gladioli and I honoree attended this delightful visited relatives here Friday and

I liamentarian. Mrs. Edward Hall; "Unto the Children's Children, greenery. Flanking the arrange- affair. Miss Linda Kay Sale assisted Saturday. The children remained

i Program, Mrs. Mike Gilhooly; I!was under the direction of Miss ment were red religious figured the hostess in serving. i here for a longer visit with their
and Mrs. L. H. Harper Betty Jane Morgan. Mr. and Mrs.
Membership! Mrs. Willie Mae announce candles: Mrs. Paul Meng presided grandparents. Clyde

Denton; Finance, Mrs. Ruby 'I the marriage of their 1- I at the punch bowl. Mrs. Lamb of J 1 Miss Temple was honored at a HalL

t- Johns, Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mrs. J. I daughter, Patricia, to Irvan .Mrs. ,Lamar Reddish Keystone Heights rendered piano I'luncheon at the Garden Restau- I !Ir. and Mrs. L. K. Childs andMiss

w D. Doyle, Mrs. Edward Hall, Mrs. I'I ington, son of Dr. and Mrs. COY-I j selections and group singing was rant Friday given by Misses Mary Marie Taylor visited Mrs.
Honored At Shower
Frazier Shaw, Miss Florence Jen- Covington. The double ring enjoyed.Mrs. Katherine Wainwrightv Betty Child's son and daughter-in-law

nings; International Relations, mony,was solemnized at the First I Robert Shaller was in Jean Schmitt, Harriet Powell Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Taylor in

Mrs. Martha Bales; National Se-,,l Baptist Church of Kingsland, Ga;: Mrs. J. W. Lee Mrs. Glen Nor- charge of arrangements. 1 Linda Kay Sale and Delores Jacksonville Sunday,

curity. Mrs. Gertrude Hoffmeister I at 5:30: p.m. on Wednesday, June':man and Mrs. W.: H. Green honored 1 Hardy. Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Eiland.

tt1i ; Health and Safety, Miss I 1, with Rev. S. H. Saeter, Jr: officiating -' Mrs. Lamar Reddish with a Baptist Choirs Hold '1 The honoree was given a set of and sons of Palm ,Harbor visited

3" : : Della Rosenberg; Legislation, Mrs. ', Attending the couple charming baby shower at the eight water glasses to her chosen relatives here last weekend.
t > were Mrs. Harper and Dr.. and home of Mrs. Green on Monday Hamburger SupperThe memento of and infant
d G. L Farber; Public Affairs, Mrs. china pattern as a Mrs. Jean Wainwright -
4 r 'k. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Edward Hall Mrs. Covington.The evening. the occasion. son returned home from

.e ,1 Mrs. Frazier Shaw; Career Advancement bride! attended Bradford Arrangements of pink flowers Junior and Intermediate Bradford County Hospital. Both
County SchooL Mr. were placed at focal points choirs of the First Baptist Church .
Mrs. C.' R. Frazier Covington Circle 1 Of First mother and son are doing fine.
and Miss Della Rosenberg; Public is a graduate of BHS, classof throughout the party rooms. had a hamburger supper party The baby has been named Martin

Relations Mrs. Nate DyaL 1957, and attended South Appropriate games were enjoyed Saturday evening for Mary Lou Christian ChurchCircle

,, Special Committee 'Chairmen Georgia College. He is employedby by the guests with prizes be- and David Haines and Janice Kyle.Mr.. and Mrs. T. F. Howell have
sa '' 1: the ing awarded to Mrs. Ann Norman Vickers who are moving soon. of the Ladies Council -
were also named at this time; University of Florida in one returned from a vacation spent

%, 13.. .Historian, Mrs. G- L, Farber; Hos- the Sanitary Engineering Depart- and :Mrs. D. R. Redding.. Mrs. R. The party was given by a' group of the First Christian Church with his brothers, Robert, Donald

tess and Social, Mrs. Ray Stone ment. L. Morgan won the door prize. of the choir members' motherson held their monthly social Thurs- and Bolden Howell all of Houston,

and Mrs. Lonnie Harley; Orienta- Mr. and Mrs. Covington are residing Mrs. Glen ,Norman and Miss the garden terrace of the Ned day, June 9 at Kingsley Lake with Tex. They also visited their son-in-
., in Fairbanks. Bonita Faye Green assisted the Yanceys home on W. Madison Blankenship as
; tion, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton; Mrs. Margaret law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Florida School for Girls, Miss honoree 'in opening' her many street. The red linen covered refreshment hostess. G. O. Scholl, and children in
I r
Florence Jennings; Birthday Box, Haines Honored lovely gifts. table was attractive The members and their familiesenjoyed Columbus, Tex. The children re-

.- -- i s4s Mrs. Frazier Shaw; Yearbooks, Mrs. D. R. Redding assistedthe with a center arrangement of sea- : swimming and a cookout turned with their grandparents to
At Baptist PartyThe three hostesses in serving refreshments sonal fruit and vegetables. which Mrs. Bob Badgettwas
Mrs. Thomas Gill and Mrs. Anne after spend the summer here.
of assorted party The___ 45_ enjoyed devotion.
< Green. guests games in charge of the Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan
[ A. Russell Norman home':sandwiches: and cookies with cold
iT in the yard after the hamburger 30 attended this
Plans were made for attendingthe I have returned to their home here:
was the scone of a lovely drinks.
State Convention to be held supper. delightful affair. after a visit in Miami with relatives -
for' the Pastor and Deacons of Out of town guests were Mrs. The three honorees were given will be held
in Miami June 16-18, 1960. Dele- The July and looking after business
Miss Madge Middleton, the First Baptist Church and Ann Norman of Jacksonville and personel gifts from the choir at the home of Mrs. J. W. White. interests there.

Miss Marilyn Rae Schacht Weds Pat McGriffIn Miss gates are Della Rosenberg, and their wives on Tuesday evening, Miss Patricia Jones of O'Brien. members as a memento of the Those attending the evening
June 7, honoring Rev. and Mrs.
Wisconsin Church Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mrs. Nate Dyal occasion. worship service at Hope Church
Ceremony SaturdayThe
I> D. Haines and J. M. Vickers McVayStevensMrs. ten members on the Hixon'slovely
will accompany the delegates and Sunday evening enjoyed ,the song
who are moving this month. screened porch after which
The Presbyterian ChurchIn scoop neckline and decorated serve on the Board of Directors.Mrs. Wesleyan Service presented by the beloved "Bible
The group enjoyed a period of Gladys Stevens, daughterof Mrs. Henry Godwin,
Racine, Wisconsin was the with seed pearls and paillettesand Doyle will also act on the meet- Ladies," Miss Anne Bell and Miss
fun and fellowship on the lighted Mrs. Annie M. Godson of Guild Holds'Supper presided over the business
setting for a beautiful wedding long pointed sleeves. The full State Nominating Committee.The i Reba Thompson. They also told of
for the
lawn after invited outlines
which they'were Troy, Ala. and Leroy Godson of ing. flans and
held June 11 at 7:00: p. m. unitingin skirt fell into a long chapel train. President, Miss Madge Mid- their work at the Children Bible
Boardof into the Florida room where Opp, Ala. was united in marriage Wesleyan, Service Guild, Unit, coming year's programs were
ma rage Miss Marilyn Rae Her Brussells lace veil was caughtby dleton is also on the State Mission Camp at Polk City.
homemade ice ,cream and cake Monday afternoon. May 30 to 2, held a covered dish supper made.
Schacht daughter of Dr. and a tiny band of matching taf- Directors. The Starke Club Little Miss Susan Taylor is
were served from a table decorated -, Leander C. McVay Jr., son of L. meeting Tuesday evening at the The July meeting will be a
Mrs. Roland John Schacht of Racine feta. She carried a cascade bou- feels honored to have these members : visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. .
I in picnic style. The table C. McVay, Sr. and the late Mrs. home of Mrs. J. R. Hlxon. Prayer Breakfast in Fellowship
Wis. to' Patrick Thomas Mc- quet of calla lilies. taking part in the State E. Taylor, in Jacksonville.
I was centered with an arrangement McVay of Starke. The Rev. Car- The supper was enjoyed by the! Hall.
Griff Milwaukee Wis. of Mrs. Thomas James McCaus- Federation.
of son .. ,
of red gladioli in a straw roll U. Kendrick performed the I
'Mr. and Mrs. Oreen Johnson Mc land, Jr. of Evanston, Ill. served basket.
double ring ceremony at Jackson
Griff of 'Starke., Dr. Francis P. her sister as:matron of honor. Andrews-Norman .Denmark's
Serving as hostesses ,were Mrs. ville Beach.A .
I 'ihrman at the ceremony The bridesmaids were Mrs. John
officiated Noman, Mrs. j. A. Griffin, Mrs. street length dress of pink
Foley of Racine and Mrs. Fred-
Donald McRae, Mr* J. R, Taylor, nylon lace oyer taffeta was worn I
The bride given, in marriage rick Simpson,of West Bend,'Wis. Mrs. E. D. Tenly and Mrs:S. L. by the bride with which she worea i

by her father, chose former :wed- The attendants were gowned a- 1 Peek, Jr., smal pink hat of tiny rosebuds.A I
beautiful white tissue taf- like in ballerina length gowns of jVRllAR
ding a
The deacons and their wives purple orchid corsage compli- !
II feta gown 'on the princess'11nes* blush> silk orPnza.' With tightly attending with Rev. and Mrs.",L, mented her costume. Her only
.featuted'"iirl empire fitted bodices. The were
The gown gowns D. Haines were Mr, and Mrs.,I* jewelry was a double_i strand :of
band finIshed i fashioned :witlr necklinesand '
_ waist with blusttpttl "scoop G. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Lex pearls, a gift of the groom.
In al, high back busUe. The' ,cap seeves ;with bell shaped Green Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hard- I After a short trip the couple
with' skirts of softly draped silk or-
bodice was fashioned a ing Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae, will be at home to their friendsat
and a bow at the front of
ganza Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae, Mr, 608 N. Water Street Starke.
: the waist. In,their hair they wore : k9 ,and Mrs. Paul Raymond Mr. and Mr. McVay Is employed at Du- FULL SIZE SOFA BED WITH MATCHING PLATFORM

bandeaus of silk organza .
NOTICE tiny Mrs. E. D. Tenly:,'CO!. and Mrs.J. Pont, Trailridge. I
self fabric bow. They car-
with a ,
A. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.

-' ried American bouquets beauty of pale'cymbidium pink ,and or- Taylor Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Ros- Recent 'Births ROCKER J1IIFr

ier, Mr. and Mrs. James Drew,
.THE chils and English ivy.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., Mr, Bradford County Hospital an-
Green Johnson McGriff, Jr.
brother' best r" .rd and Mrs. R. A. Colson M. H.. nounces the following births:
Starke served his as
LONG BRIDGE man and the ushers were John Sheppard and J. M. Vickers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy" Lester' Mor-

Jr., Stark daughter,
Schacht and Robert Andrews of gan a .
STORE Mr. Sapp-Fiancee Peggy Loletta, June ,8.'
PACKAGE Milwaukee; Wis., Thomas J. Mc-
Mr. Mrs. Mack S. Futch,
Causland, Jr. of Evanton. HL and Honored At
WILL BECLO"SED PartyMr. Starke, a' daughter, Catherine
John Foley of Racine: : s-

Mrs. Schacht chose for her The home of Mr. and Mrs. L and Mrs. J. C. Sapp enter- Adeline. June 9. Wilton Ozell
daughter's wedding a soft moss L. Parker of ,Brooker was the set- tertained at Mr. and Mrs.

green silk chiffon dress with ting Saturday evening! for a dou- party Thursday a delightful evening of dinner last Hart Hampton, a son, Roy Wil-

\ scoop neckline and narrow short ble ring wedding ceremony uni- week at the ,Pine Level Baptist ton. June 8. .
UNTIL FURTHER sleeves. The outfit was complimented ting Miss Linda Lou Norman, Church education building for Mr. and Mrs. George L. Kersey
white flower Starke, a son, Stephen Lynn, June i :;
with a small daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Leroy their son, Robert C. Sapp and his
NOTICE'We headpiece with soft green velvet Norman of Heilbronn Springs 9. : Similar To Photo
fiancee, Miss Agnes Jean Par-
bows, and a corsage of white and William Franklin Andrews fish their Mr. and: Mrs. Dan Clifton
following wedding re
wish to thank you for cymbidium orchids. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester An- hearsal. Wainwrightt Starke, a son, Mar- .1.1REu.

Mrs. McGriff, Sr. was attiredin drews of New River.A tin Kyle, June 10.
and The buffet table overlaid
your past business !: an imported chantilly lace white sheath, streetlengthdress with a white linen was cloth edged Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur Ad- '125 ONLY .

hope to do business with gown in a delicate corulean blue of waffle pique and lace insertion with a pink ruffle. Pink and kins, Starke. a daugter, Belinda 2 DAYS -

you in the future.FRANK over a background of matching was worn by the bride. white pompoms and gladioli in a Sue June 12.Julian

tulle and taffeta with a scoop' Mrs. Wilbur Andrews, sisterinlaw : -
crystal bowl was the' attractive KROEHLER
2 PC.
neckline and narrow short of the groom, was matronof centerpiece, flanked by, pink 9-Pc. SOFA BED GROUP

LAFFAN sleeves. She wore a headpiece oft honor'while Wilbur Andrefs, burning tapers in crystal holders. f. ;.1' SUITE

'1 pearl and diamond cut crystal]I brother of the groom, was best Bridal place cards marked the LIVING ROOM
01 white! Several Colors
and a shoulder corsage I man.
--- IT n- seating arrangement at the individual -
orchids.A The bride is a recent graduateof I Cushions Bea u t'f u i
cymbidium :tables which were centeredby This includes Sofa Bed, Matching LoungeChair Solid Foam Rubber ,
reception was held at the BHS and will be employed by Kroehler
white construction.
of and
nosegays pink Frieze Covers
Table 2 ,
WATCH Racine Country Club which was the University of Florida In Gain- 2 Step Tables, Coffee ,
.attractively decorated with white esville. The groom is also a BHS The 35 guests included the 1 Jr Table Lamps, and 2 Foam Throw Pillows. .
I. tractively decorated with white graduate and is employed by the
_ wedding party and members

IS ,SURE flowers Following with a an three accent month of pink.I wed I Seaboard newlyweds Airline Railroad.The left for .a wed- the immediate in serving familiesAssisting were Mr. NOW? ONLY $149$ NOWm? iY'ifu$1'95';'

ding trip to Spain Portugal ding trip to South Florida, after and Mrs. Freddie Watterson and

North Africa the couple will reside which they will reside in Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown.A| With Trade9PIECE

TO PLEASE at 1732 N Prospect avenue, .

'. Milwaukee.Vb.Northwestern The bride University is. a graduate, School of Farewell Party Janice Vickers GivenGoingAway LIVING ROOM GROUP -

{:: of Music where she is a memberof For Wood FamilyMr. PartyMiss ..
E. McRae .
Sorority Phi Beta
Chi Omega Phyllis Darby and Richard Lc.
National Music and Speech Hon- and Mrs. J. G. Wood who Wainwright gave a 'goingawayparty 1:1Sof: \ with Solid Foam cushions -

ary Sorority. She taught in the are leaving July 1 for Hawthorne last Friday evening for I. A friend ofyourfamily Matching Lounge Chair
I Racine Public, Schools in elementary where Mr. Wood will be _principal Janice Vickers. ".I>
.. '!;A vf''" 9
past !.L 1'I1.1
vocal music the of the high school, were honoredat The party was held in the 5 with Solid roam cushions, &

WE HAVE A four years and is a member of a farewell party Sunday evening .Wainwright garage which was \ Tables Coffee Table, 2
of Racine.' She .'
COMPLETE STOCKOF the Junior League given by the Sunday School gayly decorated with pink andwhite

will teach in Glendale Wis. next I department of the Madison Street streamers and colored bal- Yon may cot bow B9 et, Table', Lamps and 2 Foam

year. Baptist Church, of which he was .loons. The refreshment table held BOW,feat you should.My
i Pillows.
ELGINS The groom Is a graduate of the superintendent.The I soft drinks and party snacks. txainesJ a asurinj the prams of n Throw
of Florida Kappa.Sigma ad futsrc hsppiBesi
University affair was held on the patio Games and dancing 'were en- fanfly.For details oa theLifeofGeorpa

.and fraternity: graduate work at of the church following even- joyed by the 29 guests during the war NOW
0 Kendall School of Design In ing services. The two punch tables evening. fasunace plan best tailored $$17955
BULOVASAt Grand Rapids. Mich. and now is were:covered with lace cloths and Assisting in serving were Mrs. far your famfly"jodwidaal: ONLY

an instructor at Layton Art centered with the crystal punch J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. Charlea _. l mo
Prices You School in Milwaukee.. Wis. bowls. Arrangements of gladioli Darby. Similar To Photo With Trade

_ Can Afford To Pay Methodists Close and daisies graced both tables. The honoree was presented. WmStGEORGIA

Crystal trays held cake squares with, several personal gifts from
Also ," Bible SchoolThe and mints. Mrs. J. W. Furlong her hosts and guests as a me- "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"

r' and"Mrs.: J. H. Mabry presided at mento of the occasion. aFJULIAN

Large Selection Of Closing service and exer- the punch bowls. Passing trays

cises for the Methodist Vacation were Gay Mabry Geraldine 'Gay CARD OF THANKSWe E. McRAEAgent DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYOF

DIAMONDSI Church School will be held Fri and Selita Thomas Mrs- J, F. t

day morning from 11:10 to 11:30 Jaudon was in charge of ar- wish to express our deep-

JEWEL1.'E o'clock. All parents of the stu- rangements.Rev. est appreciation for the beautiful Phone WO 4-2541 STARKE
dents are invited to attend. Mabry presented the honored floral arangements and all the

couple with a silver tray I kind and thoughtful expressions 1317 Blanding St. I .

Mrs. Ernest Boland and children,. from the Sunday School classesas .of sympathy shown to us in our 434 446 West Call St Phone WO 4-4321 Starke Florida

_ WjLLIAM.S of Athens Ga. are visiting her a memento of the occasion. I recent bereavement. The family STARKE, FLA.

__ I parents,I Mr. and Mrs. H L. Speer of Mrs Elvie Lennon.



:--g.-\., : .",- rora :. ._ BRADFORD COCJJTT TELEGBAPH: STAjtKE FLORIDA ',"4 :T. THURSDAY, JUNE 16 1960editorial

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(it :; f ft. .al; Defendants I ji Quarter! of the Northx.estQnartcr 'tyr'written defense* t s the complaint rt, at Statk, Bradford
I Rev. HainesResigns Spring Calendar r '" #, l1nd:-- N'otkel (XWt) of the Northwest Quarter4NWt fn said cause! la the efficft; of : the f.nt" Florida' U,1aft h day uiSd
To Defend iJi'1 < CfrcuitUourt June, -. '
) tyro beat of Stat P --undersigned Cleric of the UIic.lIt""ii" '
IM \dneUt, The_ State 'UtEdward :\ J'lO in- Section i, To\\'H>hrp.erAd 7iSmith. t at Starke, Bradford Count,, ,. mMiTu. )..
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For County Court 4t lUfiir.. 33: !d:4 l, et> FierwU, "'n. ur fcefwre the 21st Charles 1: D1f .
i i = E, "Trulurk: } and.W* vftf t; I I$1 :22 acres, more. er leg*. 1Ji101n1ng-f! of JulT 19*&, and to serve a (d,1'r't rk i.f the I. ('i":ljt Court, Ei adi -
Mteri I .- ;- <11 J!;..,,,.u anti Shia ,wife,;it 'mahl..dL.,Julia i! The North Quarter M Ute'X..rtri i '!ain'.iffs mtorceyvhus@ a drebt'tOfl, Ya\\o. Jr
We're Still Ahead I The spring terra of County I ,i.81i, fiha$; ...ir dust and, if married!, ; \- a f-artT INK** ) It f "Jtjetuun II. i... r--i Offi."r Ur&wer ;51. Drawer 7. lsrarVe
I IAn >y* W-tTt'rilsrt liflown s J< 4. 'Township' 7 South ,Ran. ;* ,22 EasN'Inrida' ..n or before said date.'as FloridaAttorney
Sixteen Years I Judges ,Court, began Monday,: 1l.G, lgl'rand: hit!! wife, Amf:jj"'- ..uu.ning 40 acres. 'i rUlr6'0| to.*. the I-'.w s of Florida for Plaintiff. '
enormous amount of pUblicity-spurred in large part i' : \." 'teenJermarried; q.aJiam-a.ndj i IH'.EKTLXti.S: : YU'are hereby:, ami the FkrMtal Flutes of CIvil TroK 6111 tt ', 7
i June 12 and will continue through > i his wlfe
'. i if ; James L.: tTates.Samuel : .t'durt" rat fall to fo *"* de- -
by Premier Khrushchev's boasts claims .. i i notified that a cult in equity ha.' ,,
and ,
< June 17. .II er \1. (rites: I":r "fro t'' tt'ro. wUi He entered a-
has been given to the Soviet Union's industrial Friday, ( C. 5ane. and his wife, if.i been brought sjjraln:' '"t yoe r.. d ,.vh', valIlst .YOU f8r onE' re.ld detuadded. Sealed. \"iu'O'\PtT! ed In.
progress, Rev. Lewis D- Haines has h'i 'married J. I. McLemore IB the f&ttpteint. I' '! \ "'" "t.
resigned Cases to be tried were: ; and his: f nm, as i*'d$nts, hy IlafgiC.rp '"
and to its plans for the future. A i :a.e. b:: great' many people, no j as pastor of the First Bap- 1 P.nj-le.; Jr.. \ "' ft Ii Florid C Jr1tratJ.n. as I IT M .{t&tl lXT OUDEKED; thatthifc FWrid'a.uto and lM then
aknown I rwt v
Tuesday. 14: 2 p.m..j ag J. i plaintiff In the
doubt, now believe that Russia is swiftly catching up withus list Church after nearly 16 years' Earle Jr., and his wife Henrietta : Court and cansand above trial the ent'tted.' I Order and notice shall be pu .- 14:00 a. m. July 5th for ft* foUow-
in the principal fields of 'of service. I Jessie Randolph Jt.--contributingt} l>. Earle; John C. Edie also kw-wn lief sought In Paid suit I H to re ;; fished one each week for four ran ing':
production and in the remove t secutue! : weeks in the BradfordCouniv .
may, *:* J. t' Kde.! and his wife, if married I"iouds from and confirm'I I L>t i nd rust IJ1.A\II l
Rev. Haines has accepted the to the delinquency of a minor; ; Charles quiet and : Telegraph, a newspaper Bid forsps and iSeiittonaan
future Kut/cn.s+
comparatively near actually overtake and pass us. and his *jfe. I she plaintiffs: title tlhE' above iKf.li-h.d i ;
'call to the First Baptist Churchof issue caging: for failure to appear. if married: TV. Pitts sometimes'' described lands as :0'nd..f"a"able IB Bradford Couwty, lie Mrured trtaa the above off"e.;
In a long article featured in its 2 U. known t Flrida and having a general mIfrj'
May issue S.': as Thomas "W. Fit+, and {i\'fc simple me! thereto TnijttfrlB to:
\ against tile
Altamonte Springs near Or- Also 2pm., Fred Blocker: assault i'nlat".nthln: laid .
hia: wife if married F. County.WITXESs R. V. TaTwar; PracurmeiU Of f i Irvr I-
News & World Report attempts to assess the Soviet claims. ; 1 alcCalL i iJjid 'l -laims of yoU and each <>f ..jr-i; and :: MY H.XDas Clerk FlorWa -
lando. and battery issue capiasfor : his!' wife, if 4rrlt'dMil'; M. you are herehy $,'mmon d. iAderrd State 1't1voA.
And to put them into perspective. The material on which Rev. Haines came here from failure to appear. Also 9 a.m. l j Mills 1. 11., aftd Truuy her, and husband his wife C I!it. :Stills marred -; I[ and. required! t* file your uisx er ,>'f''inrr Mu <'in-n-t Florida Court this# of nth Bradford.day of P;' O. Pox- %!J, Ualfajrd. .:'HI- "1a.U t "OW1

the article is based comes 'from Soviet publications, U. S. the First Baptist Church at Eustis Lloyd Doniey-carrying concealed 4 t : ; Joha' :WaNsue! and his wife, ..",......-....-, 4
Ena -
of various kinds in 1944. The Wala! )ttKinll'YaJlar'e;. i <' -
government reports and private studies. membership then weapons. Horate Wallsc, and Walter \Val- i' .

No effort is made to minimize what Russia has done so was 350 since it has grown to Wednesday June 15; 9 .a.m. late, their rr.pe,tues, if married, -

far or do in the ahead. However the article over 1,600. The entire church and Daniel Amado Costello-failure to Cary tlogeias and her husband. '
may years J..l l.n JIogRinii: ; i Kusie Williams and j i ACAT'ON
says, as of now "Soviet Russia' is in a state of developmentabout education buildings have been have vehicle under control. 9 a.m., her hust-and. Will Will"'ms. Laura :
Whttmor# ,
constructed during this time and a widow: Ancun Oeigtr,
A. H. Brown worthless check
30 years behind the United States." : ; and his wife :Martha Oeigvr; J. V'.
I issue capias. I I'owelL W U Kelly.[ Dr Tate L i .
A common measure of any country's economic might is j- Powell; l Parish William Cay Hobins ': fUN III
Thursday, 16: 9 a.m.,
the gross, national product-that is, the value of all goods 1 j "The Meanest Man in Town"will Wall; Itjna Iitohell; I.iwrente 1>. j
Lillie Mae Hood, Maitie Williams, ) and Luirease Sumner. and i . "
be the of Rev. Haines their s ; -V.- ,. .. ,
and services it subject respective if .
produces. Last year, the magazine tells us, !spouses married: ; .- next summer
Ollie. Mae Cummings, Zola Little Huldah Lennard.: Ardel Lennard. i l. : 1V1r . ,.. "-
this : ,
sermon Sunday morn- f'*' s:
Russia's GNP was about $200 billion. Ours was almost : and Clifford Kelley charges; James Lennard and their spouses, ; t > .I'i

two and a half times as much-$4B4 billion. 'i ing. June 19. i,I range from possession and sale of and if married; and Carrie 1"Fa'h..n '. : .. }1 for !
Kugene : sure
A reception is being held at the II MFshn, her husband; *! ..
What this means is that "after financing his country's : moonshine to possession and sale Petiie and her husl.and. Johnie t ,." ; .'
church Monday. June 20, from W I far .
of untaxed ; Ida Stephens and her husband i ,.'. .--;- an, ,> -
huge military establishment, the average Russian receives : 89:30 p. m. in honor of Rev. : whiskey. Gus Stephens, Indh'iduallYand i Lih ">. $,. ':'k,&. -
Friday. June 17: 9 a.m., Alta- as the heirs at law of Cain .
only about $430 worth of consumer goods and services per :I Haines. !j i mese Johnson-sale of tax paid (,ennard. deceased: : if alive, and if j! :* .'.. l 1 YQy'v l fe it .
of the : 't'l .rqn9 r ;no w,
year, while the average American enjoys consumer's goods i !1! whiskey, sale of moonshine, and dead any then his abonamed unknown heirs persona deiees. be- j I... .' < '/ .

and services worth $1,770 a 'ear-more than four times Community Bank possession of ,moonhine. I legatees, grantors lienore, I : ) : i tJ simply. .$ov, for it with
I Ii I creditors, successors in interest or : i t >--
as much. ;i I other persons claiming Interest J1 V '
: any
I i ; > 'r.; aregvlqr I kry c&positUp
Takes in the hereinafter described property I
article Midget \ I :
The deals specifically with Russia's standing as ,; II Pound 4 Ounce by through under or against'ea -xb e

compared. with ours, in the production of a long list of essential -I I i i. .(:h such deceased, and all other I :" ) : ':: at per bank-- end it,.will'

items. It does this by stating Soviet 1D59:> productionin League Opener \ Black Bass Tops persons property claiming hereinafter any interest,described in the by ; :' \. "-----...- : by qurs4 ; k

each case, and then listing the year in which U. S. production -i j \ tnroogh. under or against them or :S ,
either of tnem and all other .
per .
was the equivalent. Going by this yardstick, Russia |I community State Bank beat i\\ln Fish Contest sons claiming any right, title, or interest .-4 1. ""k'>;,. :.
j Starke Builders 17 to 12 in the I whatever in or to the ful- <.:
ini j ,.
is 30 behind
19 behind in steel
years ; years I lowing described lands situate in : >v; .
1. of the season Mon- \ I >, -:: : Vi' fj Vot
opening game
oil 16 behind in electric production Bradford County. Florida to-wit: 1 .
production, years power day. j Bob Smith, a Dupont emPIOyee.j p.UtnL 1 ; :-.; I'r '-

52 years behind in meat production. 18 years behind 1 tin r Carlton Tillman led the Bank '. is tops in the local fishing con- Ten ((10) Acres 'in the' Southeast < "" 1
Quarter XnrtheastQuarter W eJ C to start
(SK'4) of
milk production, and so on down the list. I I I l test with an 11 pound 4 ounce '
with two home runs and a triple (XE 4) of :Section:; :31,
| black bass, L. B. ,"Red"' Alvarez Towji3hij 6 South, Uange i!$! Fart
These and other facts lead to. an obvious question- I in three times up. Dwight Elder j and y
more particularly described a L Tbil 1
j reported Tuesday. I
"How, then, has Russia become such a great military.power, and Joe Brown each had two I follows: : Wt.t
The fish 28 in
was caught April Commencing Eighty Five (Sa) .
able to frighten the rest of the world T Here is what U. S. I Orange' Lake with spinning tackle 1' feet East of the Southwest Corner
j j(i Richard Wainwright had a per- j of the Southeast Quarter (ISEI..i of
News to that "Figures give part of the answer. > 'I .
as :
says : feet day at the plate for the j i using a Hawaiian Wiggler the Northeast Quarter (XfJ'i' ) and I
The Soviet Union.spends as much for arms, armed forces: Builders three forj| Alvarez,, said the contest has run East Seven Hundred Thirty '
Supply, going
: Seven (T.7! fett: run thence Xorili\
arid arms development as the U. S. spends for them j,! three. i i ii been relatively quiet Since the recent Fight Hundred Sixty Three lMi3). ; FLORIDA ,.

Statistics, alone however, do not reveal Russia's greatest i i i Schedule fot: thecoining weekj!I elections, but that a drive is feet: then-. run H-uthuett at an
angle ot Fifty-Two lie: 1"1'8Eight
military strength.: That strength is a dictatorship that is I!Us: ', planned within a week or so to I I Hundred (SOU) feet, <*tbenrun. ;' ,'.\ I :'- --'Ii '- 1ii'T; -..
; i
able to regiment all the Soviet people with ruthlessness. j:I I Friday, June17, Community ( increase membership. The drive I HuuthweMerly ill ;degree at Two an angle Uuudi'td<-> ofKielni I '. .. __-._ _..._ .JJ,.AJI' J\; .'1\\1.\ : ._ ;.S-lA_, ,'RrE_ ._ ._ w
i i ij I will with the sale of
Whatever is needed for the military iV obtained by taking :|!, State Bank vs. John's Oil Co. correspond eightyfireSS(:! : ) feet to the point ONE OF 28 IANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL 6HO\lf.MEM6EH FEDER4DE' SlT INSURANCE COHFor 4
j ':Monday June 20. Community !| the new fishing licenses. of beginning, and
it from the civilian consumer. I I'! A ticket to register a fish in I The South /half (Sail) of the
Starke Builders
State Bank vs.
i I Southwest Quarter (SW't of tneKoutheast
There is another point of great importance that the ; Supply. !I i the. contest costs Jl.00; you must Quarter (S-E14)' I. and the

article stresses. In some cases, Russia's production gains ;1: Wednesday June. .22, Florida i ij I have a ticket before you can I !East Half. (SU1< EU* ) )of of tk the tiou :SoutheastQuaiter 31. 'rowlI- I

when expressed in percentages only are greater than ours, I j I Pest Control vs. Community State ,1 i register a fish. The money from I II ship < StnHh, flange :22: East con

for the simple reason' that she-parted so much farther down I I I Bank; Johns Oil Co. vs. Starke !i the tickets will go to buy the I taining 100 p.Utnl acres. : 2 .
;: Builders Supply. i} prizes for the contest and to! The Southwest Quarter (SW'i ) '
thje ladder. But when the comparisons are made in total ,
I Thursday, June 23, Florida Pest j i: organize a sportsman's club, Alva I of the Northwest Quarter! tXW1, I, Dddf ;
amounts, we are ahead. I stated. and the West Half (W!s) of the
j rez
Control vs. Johns Oil Co. I southwest Quarter (S W>4 > and all
Summing up, U. S. News, says "So-wet achievements All games are played on Pratt !1 First prize will be an outboard i that portion of the Southeast (!lIlIr- <

that have impressed the world. are mostly in a few narrow; Street diamond and. begin at 5:15: ;:, motor Alvarez said, but he does I tel' (f Quarter Mate! FROifROBBINS':

fields-:.such as weapons and 'hea\"fl milustry -into 'irhetrmendous.effort' p, m. witrTtrTe exception of double i; not ;yet know what horsepower. A load ..No :ou formerly known aa ...

has, been poured. b 'a ru't -less.dictator, : ]I headers,. which 'begin. ". at 4. pim. :i committee composed of Curt :Ira- tate Quarter itoad No(SWU 1:1: )and of the the Northeast Southwest .;,.. ..:.. ,
-. I I i lone. H. H. Houston Dr. J. E. Quarter (NK 4) of the South
ship.' f f .**.* -* j j I )ernnar)<.. 4,.Ge.nl\djhLong, Junior, "'-11>-t Quarter (SW'.), aU.,in, Set- T '
'Outside these fields the Soviet Union ai tin :SJ:: Township 6 South hang 'WE GIVE o MERCHANTS GREEN STMPS
emerges-' as (I Garden Tops Blanding !| Chambers,, 'V mon' Silcox and :: East, containing 169 acres:
backward nation-years behind the"United States and far !I Alvarez will decide what prizes'will J'\nn' .3

short of Khrushchev's boasts." t Waldo In Softball (II be awarded and how much of The the Northwest Southea-t Quarter!Quarter(X\\I.(81;:',)), Register For 1,000,000 Green Stamps To Be Given'Away

money will be spent on them. and the Northwest Quarter
The Soviet military menace, then, is a very real thing, Golden Restaurant got back in the Northeast Quarter (XE'i > ,:
and only a fool would attempt to discount it; But the Russian I jf Southwest Quarter! SW't ) ofRectum
the grooveby whipping Camp -
33 BHS Classrooms :32: Township 6 South, Range MEN'S
economy, like the Russian standard of living, cannot begin Blanoing: 11.1 and Waldo 93. ::: East, containins 50 acres.P.tucEL .

to.compare with ours, and will not in the foreseeable future. I In other games Blanding and !i Get_ New Ceilings AH that portion of 4 the +

Waldo beat Company C 15-5 and ,I, i-

6-4. Camp Blanding remains on |II Students in the local highi ; WASH 'N WEAR

fire Control Pays OH top of the league in the second i school will be able to study next GOING .x Y ik-H

half with the Garden in secondplace. !I year without fear of the ceiling. fJ" 4

Want proof of the value of forest protection? If i it : falling on their heads.The' a '
weren't for Florida's county fire control units, over 5,000,000 I Schedule for this week: I county is replacing the ('" I PANTS

acres of trees would have gone up. in smoke the first three Monday June 20, at 7:30 Lions :; ceilings in 33 classrooms, hall Can BeCOSTLY JJ. ,

months of this Club vs. Waldo.' I j ways and rest rooms in the up "' :,:r 49 rK. I < ". .

year. Tuesday June 21, at 7:30: Com !'stairs, of the high school and in f '':, ;i... '., ,
Actually, protected damaged by wildfire amounted \t. Y Yry r; r
acreage pany C vs Garden Restaurant.. A and B buildings. '.': '
to only about 80,000 acres. Thursday, June 23, at 7 pi: m. I The brown colored old ceilings Keep / "

By contrast, fire sweeps over a third or more of Florida's Garden Restaurant vs Waldo; at were made of celotex tile which children's resoled and shoes VALUE{ $6.95 .99 .

unprotected forest acreage every day. 19 p. m. Company C vs. Lions Club. : is no longer manufactured. Some in shop for I \ -.. .

In March, an aircraft, survey of Florida's unprotected I sections of the old ceiling were outdoor play.

acreage indicated that 42 per cent had been burned over in Eight Attend I bginning becoming to 'rotten fall out.that they were You'll dollars get \ (SIZE 28-40, *

late 1959 or the first three months of 1960. I The new ceilings will be sheet worth many of ; I .x

Using comparable figures for controlled or confined fires 1 rocked and will be painted whiteto extra wear. ( .t,..: -J I t rY ,

and wildfires protected acreage, surveyors knocked one- FFA Convention afford better illumination. Foot comfort ). ,ll I "'L ,_ .

fourth off the whopping total and attributed the remaining I ltcllho. economy Ci \ .r TA I :

i* out business. .... xi ): .
33 per cent burned area to wildfires; They estimated the i ,....

aVerage: size of a wildfire' at 300 acres, which means that I Eight Future Farmers are attending '!Rites Friday / "' / '

aq] estimated 3,800 wildfires burned over 1,142,187 un- the 32nd Annual State;, For. Mrs.. Andrews MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE
FFA convention in Daytona COURT .
protected woodland i *
acres. Beach from June 14-18. Curtis
''I Susie 68 died
While a third of unprotected woodlands burned, less than Marlowe. ag instructor at Bradford Mrs. Andrews 4 i4 k SPORT SHIRTS
!, Tuesday night after a brief illness SHOE REPAIR
oi\e-half of one per cent 'of protected acreage was burned High School reported. 'home ; :< >
at the of her daughter. .-
by) wildfires. Representing the Bradford FFA Mrs. Bryan Lynn in WUliston. (Opposite Court House) WASH WASH 'N WEAR

In plain talk that means,,. the percentage of acreage I chapter as delegates are: Charles Ate Andrews the 'daughter of 126 North Court St. 'N WEAR

burned on unprotected forest land is ,64, times greater than Crews, Elbert Hersey Daniel 1 the late Thomas James Cone and Received

onj'1 the state's protected acreage. If protected woodlands had I Alvarez and Wayne Statoaker. The; Lucy Louise Andrea',was born 'S PAJAMAS.Just f4I
Starke Chapter is represented by j
I 14 1892.Stlniving .
April '
the total destroyed .
burned, at the same rate acreage damaged or Percy Sullivan Hens Harvell, Shipment

by wildfires would,have been not 80Oqo acres, but I Louie Johns and Jerome Gnffis.I L are three daughters s, i I In"Time

_..:.._ r!:.nun Mn ...... ... > i I'I' A member of the Starke, :Mrs. Bryan Lynn; Mrs.
u' U'.uvu.I'' ;: Chapter -i : For
Gi | 'i. F. Wiggins, New. .River: and t
- { Jerome Grif fls. received the,I
i Mrs, Oveda TTonabach, .Arlington ., Father's
ago. Mr. Riggs is also survivedby I State Farmers Degree at the'!
Rites Sunday Va.; three sons. Levon Andrews' n .99 A Day
t two brothers, Joseph and Den- Thursday afternoon session. He 'I -
51: Starke; T, J, Andrews, Morriston;
nie Riggs, both of Jacksonville; a fourth vocational-agricul' *
year I
: and W.. R, Andrews, Fort Laud b r- r
ForRrggs .,
and three sisters Mrs Lizzie 1!
; tural student and was honored at: '
dale; One sifter, Mrs. Tompkins Mrs.: Bertha Greek and 1 the annual FFA banquet this year'I *
Colson. Starker and twelve grandchildren -
frank Marion Risss. 70. resident -, Mrs. Mae: Goolsby, all of Jackson wits the'Dekalb Award. :I -

'Kingsley Lake, died Sundajr -. Mile. j The Bradford Chapter placed.!
> Funeral services will be MId
afternoon third In! the district for the t' 1. u
following an. extended Funeral services ; '
were held at Friday at 2ptt1In..th!! Jforriston
( Illness the Beulah Baptist' Church I standing: chapter award and will '*
Baptist Church -
Sir. Riggs was born October 22. f Tuesday at' 2:30 pm Officiating j receive a prize of $15- at the con-'., services win be conducted. at New tf

1849 in Clay County and had livec I'I! at the services were the Rev. How Invention.siS.! .1' River; Baptist Church"C xnet ry. .

there all* his life He was a re. ,j and Mott, pastor of Kingsley Lake

tirld building contractor and i i Baptist Church and Rev. Laurie S Representative n.
mejnber of the Beulah BaptislChurch 11 t I Sanders pastor of Ridgewood went or survivors benefits secure : .

His parents were the late r I Baptist o Church- at. Doctors Inlet JiToVisjtStarkiT 1 social security account numbers, )J *'LARGE y. n

Piijkston\ and Katie Starting Interment followed, in the church.I A representative of the Cainesfville or get vany other social security j I SELECTION T&
Riggs. cemetery under the direction informa.tiba majr the **l could hove a new dress if
| Social Security office wiq..be see' repre- II
Survivors include: his wifE e. DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Home of in .j sentative at that tliire.tn. you'd get a loon from 7"Hlien
Stark at the \ .
i court roomof
a of
Kingsley Lake; and i>a daughter Mrs: Dee Stevens oi '- the Courthouse at 9:30: a. .,J emergencies arise what J $1-1.00 r $.2.9

Active pallbearers were: EDery: TBursday, June 23, for the I YOU InLLnet'd: is '
:Ar purpose
ngton. Vt. Mrs.: Stevens \isitecJhe ]I I Hickey Milton The<< flrvBlf C* rl Of Tk i,EighthJadtrial a reliable] I
t -
father Hickey, Roger of conducting social security busii. Cart Of FtorMa ,. A.dP confidential. Ion-rest loan berrkc V .
recently and had i
re-.1 Goolsby, Claude Goolsby, J. o.'! ness. r Rradf.rd'C.a.ty. Pa'Cka.eer,. y'
taped to Vermont a few days I Greek and CSE0.. 12-SST to_ carry the burden. Consult i
Rav Millen.
I i .
Persons who
desire to make application SUIT TO' 'QCJET TrrLE

*or social securjty set:7e'anus RAFOO. plaloliff fORI., a Samuel>Tond"f'Corpor-: Lane. today. nsMEN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS 3 FOR $1.00(

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THE BRADQRO! COUNTY TELEGRAPH. AMBULANCE: SERVICE We have many more' items for Dad come in and shop :.Where ouGet

IST._ 1879tt.rkt i PHONE WQ 4-2600 Merchants Green Stamps -,- rI

?' 'l.n.mot'R otnr T WEEKLY. NJWI. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home -

d A PIPER, CNHf:6: P11RI.I.HGn THE 8.UI&CIlYfNOULIPir4t1 .""TREAD. :, DeWitt C. Jones Registered Furreral I Director R OBBIALS/

"' ed' 'rk.r. u/ Est,,", ........'(:..... Matter OwrWiRAP ;
., He P.et 0111" at r... ..e.. Art e Mae_ t. 1M'" Starke Fla. 1 t t ,

Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chaff Crutches I FREE
"The Store of Values"g.
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FHP Sets Open I Social! Security Cases Tried In 1 1iJj ,. _' .. '" _"..,.. ."_'_', t'. r' '1i1J._ '..tiKOH'S

,Benefits LostFarmers County Court SPECIAL -"
House At New I
!By The following cases were tried

Station On 301Open I "Some farm operators may be I I "2 "i,, .n nd Monday 14, in and the Tuesday Spring ,term June 13 of 'Qift22dgAdj :

losing valuable social protection ;;unty Judge's Court: jI j-
because of misunderstanding" J. X I Mathew Bailey Shaller. fail- ,
house will be held at the W. Spann Jf., district manager of ire to have vehicle under con-
new Florida Highway Patrol sta- the Gainesville social security office : i icl, waived JUlY trail not guilty.I

tion north of Starke on U.S. 301 reported today. "Some far- t t 1 Carl Francis McKinley, reck- I REG. $28.50 SCHICK 3-SP"EED "
on Thursday, June 30. Captain mers have commented to us that X. I :ess driving wilful and wanton.
C. W. Hancock announced Tues-I they believed the 'filing of social f McKinley withdrew plea of not

day.Hancock security reports of farm earnings fe '.wy'rt TT, '.+u ,5V; isr41 1; guilty an:! changed to guilty.; 1-1k ii ELECTRIC RAZOR ,9S..,
said all the equipment I i was optional in every case," I II was $150 or 60 days.
would be for the said.Selfemployed. ; Felton! Benton default of room
operating publicto I Spann i rt OR REG. $29.50 REMINGTON
see.,However the ,station would farmers having ; Land j board. Benton changed plea
not officially begin ito operate net earnings at least $400 in a :j h yy,. 'o guilty and .is required to make
until the next day Friday. July 1. taxable year are. required to file z i '+ y''' s restitution and pay COts or serve ROLL.A. 1ATIC
Bradford County and fringe and 60 days. :
social security reports pay
areas of Alachua, Clay. Union and I|I the social secuiity reports and paya Ribbons Won By Chitty Foster Charlie Alvarez, withholding .
i Baker' counties have been dead! farmer's net earnings are less support nolle pressed by prosecuting : While They Last ,:

area because there was no sta-,! thanj<400 may he consider using i com- readiness and efficiency, gaining :mendation Ribbon awarded by Fred attorney.Blocker assault and battery I ,
tion near enough for troopers to the "optional method" of report- '. i!
I : Na- outstanding recognition for his : the State of Florida Military De- not guilty. '
be in contact with when in these ing to get social security credits. I C, unit during both field training !partment. I
I j Lloyd Donley bare assault and 5-Piece BAR SET 2.00
The station will eliminate method" allows a Only
areas. new The optional i was and home station activities. ; Orders authorizing the award i carrying concealed weapon, not -
that: problem. Hancock stat- .farmer with gross farm income t i; "Captain Chitty's unit has received ; were signed by Maj. General :guilty.
ed.It of at least $600 a year to report I is the National Guard Bureau | .Mark W. Lance, the Adjutant
is hoped Hancock stated, sufficient net earning to receive i 3-Piece BAR SET Only 1.00
Army National Guard Award ,I General. They read; as follows: 1 '
that the new station can be some social security credits. I : for efficiency in training and a "Through his deep interest initiative .; ...
operated on a 24 hour basis. But "We believe that some farmers sup rior rating during field train- I and cooperative manner Ii

this may ,not be possible, he said.!with low earnings have missed Mark :, ing for each period of training I l\ :in the accomplishment of his assigned .i
since only two radio operatorsare social scurity protection because i since assuming command of hisunit" I; duties, he has been instrumental i N-f-W '
scheduled to work at the sta of the 'optional I II I
they were unaware i : in building the best com- -l
tion. Hancock said 12 hour shifts method' for reporting" Mr. the : Capt. Chitty is employed by : ;pany in his Battalion. a
at 'the radio are too much for a I Charcoal Fire Lite Starter 3.95
remarked. "Tax returns i
re- i I DuPont at the Highland plant; i Such efficiency has been reflected -
man. for the past three years can still his : is co-owner of The North Florida : in the excellent and superior -
l{may be possible to obtain re- be filed if gross income amountedto I i,Supply Co., a local appliance : ; I. G. Command Maintenance j I
let 'operators from Jacksonville $600 or more in each year. ap I store and is also serving his second I i and Field Training ratings I II
and Ocala l one day per week Hancock These social security credits may 'I! term as a city councilman i i II ]received by the unit during the I! i Bar-B-Q Tools each 98c
stated. 4 be needed to qualify for retire- !I iJ period 1953-57. ,
In addition to radio operatorsthe ment benefits later on." he added. I Chief Wararntt Officer Albert ] "Foster has displayed honest I I I '"

building will have facilities Workers reaching retirement and Foster .of Camp 'Standing's. National ''J j sincere and loyal devotion to his 3-Piece
Set 1.50
for conducting drivers licenses .age this year need a minimum of Bat- Guard unit Company B,. examinations a reception room !four year social security coverage 748th Ordnance Battalion, recently |the company grew from 42 .to 116 I II -I-
anA facilities for troopers to work I to Qualify. Coverage requirements of!I received the Florida: Com-i members." I
,on" their reports. increase for persons #reaching retirement j I WE RECAP i The Newest in Shaving Needs By
This is the 28th station in the in the future. t

Highway" Patrol system Hancock The social age security office serving I! I I TRUCK TIRESFrom ; FABERGE for Men '

stated. this area is located at 411 SW ; tart z I 7.50 x 20 Thru ..
2nd Avenue in Gainesville. M. 10.00 x 20 \
Presbyterian Church i %
Legion Officers I CHANCES : :* OLD SPICEPrescff'pfions ;,
Sunday: Church School 9:45:
aon. ,Morning Worship, 11 a.m. WITH WORNTREADS
Sermon, "Problem! Children." Were installedTuesday l# i : Are Our Specialty"w

Youth Fellowship, 6 pjn.. Evening has ,,
Worship, 7:30 pjn. NightI I x t Let Us Re-Cap Your ;
II 2 Florida Registered Pharmacists
Wednesday; Mid-week. prayer ,i I [ Camp' Tires For Economy And ..
and study, 7:80 p.m. American Legion! Post 56 held Safety!

Friday; Hen's work night, 6:30: its annual installation of officers |{ "Your Health Is Our Concern" ','
Dealer For
pjn.ChiQr practice, 8,p.m. Tuesday night. June 14 at the ,; Haw- ,
j I Hall, according to George i i "
Legion -
Pierce adjutant. g r rldF .n + NEW DUNLOP Phone WO 4-4401 FREE DELIVERY
box chicken ser-i'I there. aVt TIRES ,
A supper was i
ved to members and their wives.. com iI I

J ,The wives were invited to the installation :' t i STARKERECAP SAVE AT ,
0 also. I I hall left retches command from Capt Wood.
The .new officers are Kenneth aSj]I
0 p Gilder, commander; Ray Jstone,' CO.
In- Officers Course in 1953.
years. STORE
ed Isty vice commander: Bill Tilley, ,; at He received his commission t Hall is employed with Dupont I KOCH DRUG
I 2nd vice commander: Bob Ben i three!I through the Associate Infantry it the Trial Ridge plant. i iI Temple Ave. I ,
finance officer: Harry Rabb; I I
nor Phone WO 4-0221 II .
ftrawtor ------ I
chaplain;' Jimmy Lee historian; I .,
Ray Chance. *and, Bill goto, serge-j -. -
'CLASS-LINED WATERHEATERS adjutant.ants-at-arms and George'Pierce,I.i'b. ; :i Wood% Resigns 1 I Keystone Resident;

Arch Thomas Jr. was installing i j i i I ;Succumbs Sunday :

officer as Past Department Com-, School Post !
mander. Seeber Goodman is past [ Mrs. Anna Owens Richardson, 'I
commander. ,
st1Q1ieon! Pierce reported that Harry'Rabb I \ assi.sti i' 82, died early Sunday after an BUt AS I SEE.KYVE CANTHREE |
I Bradford High School's HORACE! THERE WERE WELD\ (IT WAS -
elec d'Department extended illness at the home of GET AU-THE DELICIOUS
i ir was for'ant principal. Joseph G. Wood,: : PIECES OF: PIE IM .HOW DARK IN THERE, FROM
\- Need water 1 Judge advocate at the State Convention resigned effective June 30 to takea her daughter MrsGeorge THE ICE BOX AND: NOW DDT I NAT MOM,AM' I DIDN'T STUFF WE WANT
.. a new ? ; ,in Tampa May 27. 28 ses- position as the principal of the i Young, in Keystone Heights.Mrs. : THERE'S OMUY ONE __ HAPPEM? SEE THE OTHER City hsii &
You un own a genuine ., ,
i i'ERMAGlAS and 29.
to high school in Hawthorne. | Richardson: was born in : PIECED ;

-with the I: ., I L. Wood taught in Staike for six ;!Brimfield. Hi. on Oct. 17, 1877 ,, I Meat Market
I kng-tasttni! A. 0. Smith I I,years. He was an instructor 'of l She hadlivt'd in Keystone

Ites k'ainf-for at Kititit j i agriculture for four years and assistant ]:Heights for the past three years. ,.
j ji Besides her daughter, Mrs. .
you'd expect to PlY for' i, principal for two. .
\ Mordinuy water heater. law |I i -He came to Starke after being I Young Mrs. Richardson is survived -

t .. .' ...... wi- j discharged from the Air Force by one brother Robert of
I where he was a flight instructor Little Rock Ark.: and two sisters, ,

!stationed in Texas. Prior to that)I.,Mrs. Bertha Millne and Mrs.'I I
As Low As $75.50 II l'e- :he had obtained his masters de 'EliZabeth Jones, both of Beau-I i
mont, Calif.
,I gree in agriculture at the Univer- .
I -
i in- I'sity of Florida. I I Services were held Tuesday at
North 10:30: a. m. at the Jones Memorial -
year No successor to Wood has been ,:
I ESTHER WILLIAMS per j'chosen stated School Superin: Chapel in Starke with Rev. C
KHEMSIM)$ AID SHOOTING A TV SHOW than''I Barry D. VanDeventer officiating. SMOKED
; tendent Harmon P. Morgan. In- :. SAUSAGE
Supply [atCYPRESS,GARDENS to I Burial was in the Keystone VK
stead two of the high school's regular I II
than i I Heights Cemetery under the di-I
Fernando Lomas Too! I faculty will serve part time I
; i rection of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral WHITE ORSMOKED
222 Temple Ave. r per I
JUNE 11.30 in that capacity Morgan stated. !
Home of Starke.
Phone WO 4-2113 -' $1,800. I BACON it- :. \\
to a I I : <.:-
I Fools Gold Rush ..'t", ,.,v,.,.. ,,. '
:- .- ;,LF:?" : :
/ I per !(, Featured Event SMOKED ORFRESH '

with i At .
Family Night r i'
1 A play night for the entire ,
1 of I family will be held beginning at: .
Dead the I 16:30: p. m. Friday, June 17, Recreation '!

Spots'INYOUR stay j'announced.The Director. Bob Benner I I A'I/' i P FRESH' FRYERS V

the entire family is invited to

I participate in the many activities' 1
; going on. There will be something j

: LAWN[ ? II j i I to for do every, Benner member said.of the family\! FRESH CUT PORK CHOPS c- C

A "Gold Rush" a special event '-AM
/ :' '' '9 for the children will take place:: 0,
rf .
at 7:15.: The child who finds the: d r '
t re largest gold colored rock wins a I SOUTHLAND WEINERS
.They..:May Be Caused By A and prize. %' a j -.--
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an- 1M V

Fungus Or Insects ,j Mahler" -Dies. !i\ ALL KINDS FRESH PEAS '. -- : LB. lOcKING

f iin Spring the! birds ;,
of |!After IllnessWilliam i ,
I DON'T RISK LOSING 8eginthevbummingAbouf
off t -
: '- owfamous

YOUR VALUABLE LAWN Md.1 Starke for Mahler the past 81.17 resident years, died-of I. can't Frst-elass really plumbing.You read about. our I BAVARIAN BEER ;- 6 CANS -$1.54 .

: in a Starke hospital Saturday

Call" Us, -For FREE Inspection I f t ness.afternoon following a brief ill-,|! wt plumbing.rk: to appreciate You have to. If see you're our You Can Get Your Mellons or Cantaloupes Right Here. -

'0 i Mr. Mahler was born in Go> i tethered with cloggfd-op: drains
!!many on September 12. 1878. i leaky faucets or other plumbing PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

PHONE WO 4-3965 I Surviving are his widow, Mar- nuisances, just call n$ and we'll be
f. gal Burchard; Mahler; one there in a jiffy.
-i daughter. Mrs.. Anna Beilfuss of

a.- I Philadelphia, Pa..; and two sons. .
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND De- I, Herman of Philadelphia and -
!I.Warner of Collegeville, Pa.
iaj i Funeral services were held at r

; !:Starke on Monday, morning with /1Gt'Pf lll'7AA'K d'ERVIC'S

de- the Rev Barry D, VanDeventer
352 W. Madison\ gt. St rke, Tla. !i I officiating.! t.trment.was. in theKinssiey .
tonne\ L. Follwood and CWOt Lake Cemetery under A
Robbert 3. Sutton in behalf of;; the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
< their respective units. I,Funeral Home of Starke.
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Deadline Near veterans take advantage of the 4 ,- -I.- _ Carl Roberts Jr. and 18 of Article XII of the Con!

01 Bill loans since June 1944. : Officials Set stitution of Florida of 1(23.600 Stile
x-liool Bonds. Series C. hereinafter OT1CC: OF I.VTRNTION TO
:4 s!
Veterans who submit their Graduated FromOsteopathic
On Vet LoansOnly applications : nrrr particularly described, or toe REGISTER FICTITWS; KAMB
on or 'before the deadline affected in any way thereby Notice is :fcfrebr '&ivt11 that the
SchoolCarl t ;are hereby required to appear be- undersigned under the provisionsof
of July 25 will be allowed :
a few more weeks remainin an To Curb \Wrecks sore the Circuit Court ol' LeonC'bmnty Chapter JO.JiJ Laws of 'Florida,
additional year: in which to have S. Roberts. Jr. Florida, in the ,Second Judicial Acts of IM1 will-register with th.
which{ World War II veterans the loan processed and actually son Circuit of said State at the Clerk of'Circuit Court, in and forBradford
nay apply for GI home farm or 1 (Continued From Pate 11 and Mrs. Carl Roberts of'or'Mf'l dfeirt: hjiue in TlIabassee. Flori.d Count: Floekt upon receipt
closed. ; : ... on the :Tth day of June 19(0.dt .
loans L t! II was1 graduated with of' Proof of. publication of this
business The
according to Rufus Wilson pointed out that these sheriffs department; DepuI 16 o'clock a. m.and show causet notice the fictitious name of Plata
H.. Wilson manager of the VA ty Dolph Reddish states could)aegree Doctor .Osteopathy hj the prayers of the petition | LodgeUotet ,under- -which, we are
Office "ates do not apply. to Korean Z: the College of Osteopathic Medicine mid In the aio\- preceeding should i I ,naged in bulnes on U. S. Highway -
regional in St a hundred arrests
Petersburg. : a day on I be
veterans who have until January .rif-t granted 'and the $i2S,006i; 'I 301 North Starke. Florida.
C01 if thcy chose to do and Surgery Des Moines. present so. As it Marion R.
hw Don "Watson
July 25. 1960 11. 1965 to make GI loan applica- ru described -.ti the
Iowa June P
on 3. proceedingssieretcfore .
he said the : War! Mart-halt Watson and Carol
the is. JJ.
is cut-off date set for Worlf department arrests -
Jons. World War II veterans who had authorizing the isiwtee -
i Dr. Roberts completed his )'n # Watson.., U.. S. .301 North
pre- .
War ---- $ the v.orst olators thereof.aidat! d and .
II veteran only ,! con
it .
participation x'so served in Korea $trke .F'a'
are .con-
professional training at the Unl- firmed Mid State School Bonds S
J \
the post-war program that ha- idered Korean veterans for the .- giving motorists -the I benefit:: of the i .t.nvt>r? of the following issues: Dated 'th!& Jlst!! dsr QI Mar, 1Mb
Leen more than 116.000 Florid 'r .' -- doubt. It would be impossible ,to! versity of Florida where he received -} ,of bonds: I Itii.OCl'j at aurke, Bradford. Couaty, Florida.
: IUrpose of obtaining GI loans. :F. catch all traffic violators he I his B. S. degree before en-i $ State School Rnnds. Ser- 1 : i4t I/:3

_-. .. I I taring medical training in 1956. i 1M' B. to be issued for and on be- .
cated. | "
: .
I Inlf of the Board or Public Instruction
I RADIO DISPATCHED i-;' V _ _____ Reddish said the department has!I Dr. Roberts will intern 'for one 'I of Bradford County,. Florida,
V V ;year at the Flint Osteopathic :in Ihe denomination of $1.000 each I w. c.; TJ."CIIARACTEE ;
V stepped up its rate of arrests I' .laud March 1, 1960, bearing interest .
Hospital i ; in Flint
: since the 35 mph and no passing ;, Michigan. I'I'i at a rate or rates not exceeding ,
SERVICI : signs were put on 301. But "peo-i i i 1 i!. The Circuit C..rt Of Tke bead four fcemi-annually per centum per on March annum 1 payable and. AND SHAME

pie just don't pay attention to the I i"i JpUiv!al ClrcBll. IB 'A.. Far IeB i ii Svlitember 1 of each year and maturing DEPART WHEN WINE COMESIN.
i C...tr Florida II 1 serially in annual installnisaUs "
1 I I .
a'gns, he stated. He also stated 1, !
SO. 11813 on March 1 of each of the
that 301 could not be worked as I'OltUKR: TO SHOW :tUl;SE i ii tenrp US to 1981. both inclusive; [CHAUCER ii9.
much it should be it is UOIlOOO State School Bonds, Ser-
i State Doard Of Education Of ,
; ''rs C. to be issued for and on be-
simply too dangerous for highspeed ;Florida, a body corporate under i'I iaIf of the Board of Public i iI
I ICity I chases. I \sections ;, and 1$ of Article XII of !I tI'n of Putnam County. Instruc.1 I THE: RIGHT POINT for the
iiI ""., Reddish blames: the high accident -I I FioJ'lda. dated denomination June 1 19(3',of bearing 11,000 interestt each way you write. ,Come la and se-

nA'7.j.i! w d'tCd ''rate indirectly the construction -1 i I Petitioner I a rate or rates not exceeding: I kft your favorite ESTERBROOK
SALES -- vs fonr per centum per annum payjol .
Fountain Ten. TELEGRAPH
on :301, but; more di-I The State of Florida et aL. femi-annually on June 1 and
I'ohcemea Frank Her, A.. E. Brown Jr. t.id William. ,
Respondents.T !
tectly on automobile drivers. Any t I December 1 of each year and maturing
SERVICE Rosier are pouring: out 75 gallons of "unite lightning" captured time a sub-standard The ELate Florida And The serially in annual installments -
sees a
; person ScMral Property Owners, on June 1 of each of the FOR SALE
Monday night in Stark road he should automatically er s. Citizens And Others TaxpaY.j I)iars 1962 to 1981, both inclusive; ...-
I know to slow down he said. Chiming11y Right Title a more complete description of CATTLE
,. \1 rfl-t In The Property To Be At. ,faid bonds being contained in the
RCA\ZiCTOR Two Gainesville V"People are just not complying ft t-ed By Th Issuance By Thai i|petition herein and exhibits attached i 43 head o( registered and mixed -
Negroes State Board Of Education Of F '-
i the sub-standard road conditions thereto: and ,
black for
i da, A Body Corporate' Of The S.. angus cattle sale..
STEREO 4 RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON ,' Reddish emphatically Of Florida, Pursuant To Sections It Is Further Ordered that .this These cattle .will be penned and
I If I stated.i and 19 Of Article XII Of The Con- Order be published once each week
SALES BEPAIiS 469O1SHEPHERD ALLMAKES Arrested For Shine i Mitution Of .Florida, Of $623,000 ft-r three consecutive weeks In a ready for inspection' between the
Transporting 'The Sheriffs Department Reddish State School Bonds Series B, Issued newspaper published in each of the hours of 9, and ..:.. 'A. AL, Sat
stated plans to, in the future For And On Behalf Of The Counties of Leon, Bradford and urday June 25th.
Eoards Of Public Instruction Of Putnam Florida the first publication -
W Two Gainesville Negroes were I 30 days in jail or a fine of $500.: charge speeders with "driv LYadford County And Putnam Coun- in each of said newspapers Sealed bids will be received and
ing too fast for'road conditions." nam County Florida-- HereinafterMore to be not less than eighteen (18)
apprehended Monday night by I Both are still in JaiL Particularly Described, Or To days prior to the datt. hereinabove opened on Wednesday, June 2S
INMAN Dt CBEEN -. _4i: E. CALL. STARKE City Policeman J. W, Alvarez for Turner was driving a 1951 A': perso'n would not have to exceed Be Affected Jn Any Way Thereby: set for the hearing. in form, times at It.:,. A. M,'at the New Method -
the speed limit to be too and manner as.required by Chapter
driving The State of Florida through tne
transporting moonshine whiskey. Chrysler loaded with eight ,cans fast for road conditions. A flat State Attorneys of the Second Judicial 75;, Florida Statutes as amended. on Temple! Arenue.'
Alvarez arrested Maxie Turner, (five gallons each) of shine. Fleming : Circuit I In and for l eon County Done And Ordered at Tallahassee We resme the right to. reject

32. and John Lee Fleming, 25, on was driving 'a 1952 Buick rate of $50 will be charged for Florida the Seventh 'Judicial Circuit Florida this 10th day of May I960. any and all bids.
this offense, instead of increasing in\ and for Putnam County, SI TV. May Walker
FRANCHISED DEALER FOR Temple Avenue in front of 'the loaded with ,seven cans of shine. the amount of fine for higher Florida and the Eighth Judicial Judge of the Circuit Court of the Anyone not familiar! with 'the
county courthouse after someone The two told police ,they got Circuit In and for Bradford County I Second Judicial Circuit of Floridain location of the Adam Green pas-
has been Fl >rida, and the several property
had phoned that the the shine near Hill for $18 speeds as previously. and for Leon County.
the'police Clay done. owners, taxpayers, citizens and I S/It 3t 61!! ture can meet Robert Green Saturday -
two were weaving down the per can. They were; taking the others having or claiming any Morning at 8:45 at the
street. whiskey to Gainesville. Patrolman Musgrove stated that Ugtt title or Interest in propertyto I Cash paid for rood clean cotton New Method Cleaners for accom-
be affected by the Issuance by
the FHP is
COLEMANCENTRAL Both men plead guilty in May Turner ran from police when doing everything possible the State Board of Education of I rags. No Khaki or wool panyntent or direction to the

or's Court to the transportation first caught but, later called -Into to curb the accident rate. Florida, a body corporate of the Bring to Bradford County Teteraphe pasture.: Itchg
lie said the so-called "Wolf Pack" State of F-Id&: under Sections 2
of moonshine and were sentenced the station and was picked up. : _
.. operation will be continued until -

I the situation is rectified. Sell It Rent It Trade It lit PETTON S. THOMPSON FLORIST ST.

65th birthday, nor of children under llusgrove said the term "ex DISTINCTIVE PHONE WO FLOWERS 4-4153

HEATINGAnd Fishing Licenses 15 years of age..Servicemen cessive speeding" was exactly correct w'r. WIRE; rLowcB 'ANYWHEHBHchg.

stationed in Florida are considered in describing' the cause of S V

residents insofar as licensesto the many accidents.He WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED FOB tlLlif

On Sale June 15New fish and hunt are concerned. said he thinks the main New and used BuJWlng SupplielI
cause of the accidents excessive )rtve way pipe .IS lengths $1.23
Licenses are required of all HKNORIAtS AWD HEgQtlTTKHH .,_ ____ .___. 4 Crmtm ftr wee' per foot See Billy Jackson Jack-
non-residents. except 'children speed and improper: passing, or in son gulldlng Supplies. tfchgSIXOER
fishing licenses will be officially other words violation of the 20 WORDS OR LESS, 0.. I .*ftl.. (111.1... CkMg oft
AIR CONDITIONINGOIL under 15 years of age.. Licenses
on sale June 15 at the
not of residents right-of-way.. be BradfordCo.
are required representative will in.
office of County Judge T. A. fishing non-commercially with County Judge T. A. Yawn EACH ADDITIONAL WOHD OVER K e _-, ____ 4e Pu Weed I Mondays and Fridays. For service
Yawn. 90% DISCOUNT ON HEPEA' INSERTIONS SAME AD on ant wakemachine writeor
not more than three'poles in. the egrees with Musgrove's.theory I Z5e ADDITIONAL FOB BLIND ADS i OR ADS NOT PAID Iff ADVAHCB call Singer Sewing' Machine Ca
OR GAS Although the new licenses are county of their legal residence. that; .speed and' improper passing. _. 403 N. Marlon' '.8t. 'or Phone ISO
actually effective July 1, both License fees are: are the, major: factors contributing -I Lake City 'Fla.' Tfchg

1959-60 licenses and the new tc. the wrecks. WE HAVE MW Jon program for FOR SALE LOST, .... S weeks ego black and
Resident statewide annual farmers. Loaaa ,of 1 to S year f.t'ady mix concrete, concrete' block, "
1960-61 licenses will be honoredby I : \ Judge Yawn announced 'this for the entire V ertdlt requirements rones., fence posts sand cementMolar tan femalechihuahua long 'and
all wildlife officers during the $2.00. Non-resident statewide, week that lie is to I of the farmer and his fam mix, rock steel oyster shell short hair mixed. Answers to name
annual, $10.50.. Non-resident, 'going tighten ily. Gainesville Production Credit LHierock and Roof Gravel Phone "Penny" 'Reward." H oraee Sanders
Several Good Used period from June 15 to July 1, down: on traffic violators and Association. 120 florth Main WO4-S21. Bradford Engineering WO 4-8H1.! 4trhg Gin

: according to A. D. Aldrich director fishing statewide, $3.25.14-day Non-resident continuous statewide would 'hand out 'some jail l sentences 'Oatn lI'Vl1le,.PS- tfcb*> Co. f tfchg FOR SALE -'Lir'geT room house

of the Game and Fresh Water for with 'amp* .gnmads Excellent lo-
the more flagrant violations *
three-day continuous fish- RKFAIWED Complete T"ee Service WO 4-7051.
Ioa. Ca.lt mornings
Fish Commission. I
the Peninsula Motor Club -
&11 Wake AU. HUelsUS r' V 4trblr 615'iJ1bSTTE
WASHING MACNES Licenses are not required of ing, $1.25.DeVore. I and the AAA notwithstanding.. .BC.U ChargesSHEPHERD'S ...ra.t... ,!

residents who have attained their ; .; i, .i'This time the AAA can say {.man Greet.RADIO Ower* TV'' Pruning Bracing De-Moss- > ; -

.1 Walters I. I II I all they want to," Yawn declared,' 412. E. Vail-- '*t. ,Pk..e'''-'0-. ..--.-...- ,.tag. Cavity Work Tree ReV .; V. '''''''--RESIDENT
WRINGER TYPES ,Starke.TI*. moval" -. Transplanting Wishes to move f o. ,.Florida! 1!
Church Of Christ Attend Boys StateIn i The public just doesn't take traffic -

AND AUTOMATICS i violations seriously enough, he COLONIAL FLORIST Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE years Auto ,Sales and Service.

$50 Gets New Pastor Tallahassee ;I stated. Only F. T.. D, Florist* in Starke. SAPP, Owner Now 'ta management$ position.
Flowers wirad any place. Flowere Excellent '. Consider
FROM -- I But Yawn predicted, "The first for all occasions locally. .Phone STARKE PHONE WO 4-8965 references.
Walters of Stark and
UPGAY'S *. Terry i tourist who gets caught will no WO'4491. 508 East Nona St., tfchg anything. 'Write: ,Jack, ,Freeman,
-- Johnny DeVore of Lawtey have Kansas.4tp .
-- !, doubt holler .iiishea'd. off." Box Ilif ladepeadence, '.
been selected to attend Boy's FOR
V i KENT-Furnished apart -?$
State in Tallahasseee for a week ments. Reasonable rates. Near .-V.

; beginning June 19. : Rev. W. E. Hall chopping WO ,4-0771 center.evening Phone. or WO caU at-2O1l'in 213S. COIN ,OPKRATUOftEXT L4tNDRT:
HOME APPLIANCESPHONE DeVore is president elect of the Cherry St. (Shell OU Co. Office.) STARKB

4. student body at BHS and Walters Receives tfcbg If you' desire, a basinets/ of your
: Degree own, thl8 if what you have been
Chancellor of the Honor V
the new
looking for, a small
; Takes only
WO 4-7511 Court HASTINGS MATTRESS cash 'Investment. a, few hours a
r day qf your ,'time a.pd: nets you a
Boy's State is actually a short r & UPHOLSTERY WORKS good monthly. fncon! You mast

355 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. : course in political science. The] we this coin-operated laundry 'to
Lemon St. PaitlaFurniture
719 -
'and It
I appreciate it. |Its Beautiful
-- I i boys will actually divide themselves IInly'hl $5000') cask to make ,it

I } into cities counties and districts __ ( Repaired, Uphol your (wn. / -
I elect state officials. The f 1 Refinished Call Jaksonv41le 'FL'314 or
!) and stered & writer Paul E. Hays, EconoWashInc.
boys for' one day actually take Ii ] MATTRESSES P. O. Fox 5 8U Jaj. 7, Florida.
I ; V 4t S12S!
1 *V i over and hold the offices of re-j __
$ Call Our
TERWILLEGAR MOTORSVie 4'V 3 V New Inner-springs For Expert Tree Surgery
prcsentative cnator and even} Agent FOR RENT 2 unfurnished 3
,' 1 bedroom home in Slarlce and Keystone
take over the governor's office.i and Box Springs N. Phone 4-S9M ?
224 Temple UO Heights. ISO and }115 per mo.'
BillS' are passed toy the Boy's) Drop Us '8 Card or Call Call ,owner'etenllls( at WO 4.1581.

Staters just as if they were in I PALATKA EA 5-9168 FOR SALE New and used V tchg
Service Wkt\ We\\ Sell I i real session. PLUMBING FIXTURES. Galneivllle KEVIEW BtUCH A COTTAGES;

; The honor however isl} STARKE WO '- '3t i Heating &: Plumbing, Hanrtb- -Electric kitchen. Reserve your
highest orne Road & SE 18th St. 9tchg 7/'Z now. Swim| picnic fish. Call Waldo,
1 to be elected. as representative' to UBS. PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke, HO I.in. or see. Mr*. A. Comer,
the National Boy's State. Only .1.- FOR RENT 4 room brand uew K rl..ton. ,Pl. _, 31111, : t'l
I house J50: per mu. Call WO 4-7051. .
NEW 1960 FORD CARS two members receive this honor. Itchg FOR RENT It ft. house trailer
Can b, moved anywbtre. Phone
Rev Bill Simmons has been The boys also go to Waukulla FOR RENT Kingsley Lake 2 FOR RENT -4 room unfurnished WO 4-1151. J. B. White. 2thg C/16
2 2 FALCONS AND TRUCKSTO called to preach at the Churchof Springs near Tallahassee. for a Lflev. bedroom I summer cottage by the apartment 404 Lake St. Can WO 4- ,
Chris .. W. E. Hall pastor of the I week. Few choice weeks left. Con. 4.rS4 Itchg I II FOR BALE Registered Angus
days outing. They end their )eeks Pine Level Baptist Church for' tact II. H.: Williams. 504 E. Adkins.tarke. I bulls and heifer Alsq several kinds
CHOOSE FROM Rev, Simmons started preaching with dance with Cirri or phone WO 1-53)1.: tfchg Call WO 4-9:74: if you are planningon of hay. Phone WO 4..}IU..J. 1?.
the gospel In 1956 when baptized stay a more than 30 years received this sending child to kindergartenin White. 2tcbg sis:

into the Church of Christ. Staters who arrive Friday June past week the honorary degree of LOST One pair of spectacles a- September.V Mama Priest.Jtchg7/28.

He was pastor of the church in i 24, the day before the boys leave Doctor of Divinity from the Bible rence bout 2 LaMee weeka, ago.Keystone Return to Heights.Law EXPERT

USED CARS AND TRUCKS West Hollywood Fla. for two i for home. Baptist Seminary of Arlington. Reward. 2tchg Sill| FOR farm home RENT on-U.Two S. 501.story All modern modern >

before to Starke. Texas. conveniences. Call WO '4-4501. *
years coming
3 6 Painting *
to State for
Rev. Simmons is residing at 617 Expenses Boy's. J. The Bible Baptist Seminary is LADIES tfchg :
TO SELECT FROM two Starke boys are'.paid by the the educational branch of the Earn that needed money THE Decorating
Pmewood Drive, Starke and Is FOR SALE-Equity in 3 bedroom :
usually home from 7 al: m. to 2 Rotary Club and the American World Baptist Fellowship an organization AVON WAY". Write at once'for house in Starke. 1700 down. Rest
p. of churches details. W> train you- Write; like rent. Write Milton! Mosher Pox All Work Guaranteed
m. Tuesday through Saturday.' Legion. throughout ". H"mnton Fla 3tn 1''2S
Ouida C. Sweat, P. O. Box 540
the United States. Rev. Hall
Live FOR RENT 3 bedroom CAIX'WO
Oak. Flo. concrete
has been of Board
member the
a block unfurnished bouse .
of Directors of the Seminary for 'pom carport fenced back yard. 42671'
Bank .
Financing FOR SALE Ride & Cut lawnmower '
FREE SHOW\ several years. almost new at halt price. Call WO 4-JJ73 or WO 4-4581.2 tp "16 For tstmteJIM :

Dr. Earl K. Oldham, presidentof Philco refrigerator good cond. $47.
Other items. H. LloYd Lake Geneva. RICHARDSON
the Seminary presented the Phone Keystone 1399. It chg
Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M. ;
3-Year Warranty degree to Rev. Hail.Kirkman .
home S or C days. Gertrude Carter BESKNT MANOR Bulldozer, International' TD14A,
ENCHANTED FOREST Stresses Knight Quarters. Up Overhauled, track rebnjlt ., .{3,500
Drive out East Call Street. turn left Bulldozer, :AUU.Chahners HOT, with
Your ONLY Authorized Ford Call WO 4-8JT4 if ; on Bessent Road. See For Sale Sign winch overhauled track &; roll..
you are planning and Lot stakes. Look them over en rebuilt ; ,. I3.SOO
AT THE Bicycle Safety on lend'ei'' child to --kindergartenIn and call me for price and terms. Tractor. UOII( > lIra' Ford .

and A-I Used Car Dealer September.- Mama. ,.Priest.I tchg 7/28 Get first choice. Larre lots, pavement Diesel . .,: 11,900.
city utilities. This Is goingto Tractor, 1W| tire, Ford.
Dismissal of schooli for the be the center of Starke's finest 749 .. . II.JOO

in Bradford County FLORIDA THEATER summer. brought a large crop of and FOR dry IULE't'wa lots In the CItYlll11tL(U, nice high Size residential area.A. J-Bottom FARM Plow K,,
bicycle riding children on the 239 ft. X II ft. Reasonable trice. J. TII..... Realtor. Rlek JUke; Ford ,.. .t", $223
streets and highways of the state Write Ufs. Lucille Easton-" :iil W. SOS >. Temple Are. TeL WO'4-57tI Fold-Over Harrow. Ferf $250 :

.. and C mdr. H. N. Kirkman of 11th St. Jax. f, FU. Ztp t'lZ 2-Way Frame Jt Blade, lord .|27S

Sponsored by the Following Merchants: the Florida Highway Patrol had FOR SALEwitte: leghorn hens. Spring &Trip J-Rcnr CfllUvatsr Planter. ReaYPar Attach.

this advice for parents: Laying 76 percent., lie .to $1. Bill Ford-. ... : . .f .. $300
GEM, JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY Teske Rt. 1 Box 1i-C. Starke Rotary Hoe Start . 1130
VISIT -a "One of the' best ways to teach phone Keystone 41JJ. Itp Lime Spreader S.ars, i.. . ua

I STAR HOMES SHEPHERD RADIO & .a youngsetr the importance of FOR SALE l,5, Stndebaker: Front Es4 leader, Sears .$200
Sports Car. Silver Hawk. 'JIOO Fertl. Spreader Seeder. hare .$120
obeying bicycle safety rules is to FOR RENT 4 room furnished
TV SERVICE apartment. Gas for eookiag and down 7.006 miles. Loaded. June ,-9Rowplanter A FertilIzer .$Iii
TERILLEGAR% MOTORS CRAWFORD BROTHERS 'deny be or she .the right to ride heating. Adults only. 224 S. Thompson only. Can Lake Butler Hyatt c.UIL Chain fta/- 8ear : ., : .ITS
Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS 'II for a few days." St phone WO *J55t Itp Jtp cite Forage Harvester, t. b4tll' .100
2 Fuel Pumps . .1.. @ue
INSU CE'AGENCY I "It is definitely true that chil VS CITY POUND 1 J>Ird dog, female Plat orn' 8cal, Seers . .140
TODAY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS dren's lives depend upon how FOR RENT 4 room furnishedhouse red and white spots. Owner Cattle ,Chute ,i.--.t. $230
garden space $30 per mo. may have by paying advertising Feed )Unr. helix ". ,$m
SIMMONS KOCH II conscientious they observe traffic Phone WO 4-OI4J 2 miles out Hi- cost and board. Contact City Pollee. Hammer VttJ; Oeh ',' ."J. ". $25)ie
And Take Advantage of FORD STARKE BUILDERS rules for bikes," said Kirkman way E if. Mrs. Mae ,Jordan. Itchg Spraying Equipment, ,,' -gears. .$
Trading DRUG STORE SUPPLY and the realization that he cannot 3tp C/38 Elevator Bears rf+i,,' . $ioen
FOR RENT Furnished upstairs 29 Steel'Window, *
use his bicycle, wffl prove FOR RENTr. :New' furnished apartment 2 rooms and bath. SIC Aluminum PjoOfing'Scan:
;: :Fair Sales During June! DENMARK: FURNITURE LOCAL FINANCE pIetteffecUve 'a 'an jfthfluencInga toward apartment.' kitchen.I rooms Utilities tile bath furnished.electric .. 8.-Eop r.on. Y. L. Klrchaine tfchg 4!. X '168vper roll' ; $ss

4. ,_ COMPANY, ':7 COMPANY child to obey thoseregulatboA1 no mo. Adults. )[. R. ..Jodd. 127 : Furnished Kinesley Lake Home SOO 2V'.XambT.igIi&leg $3 S:8{0
Lafayette St Phone WO 4-5S51. :1.
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obia Kennedy Mrs. S. E. Kennedy -! one see the ushers or the pastor. ,' return to their home, at White uuiu.a..ua.uWALA the Melrose Lions Club was a pal Young Churchmen. ,

Mrs. Eleanore Drew Mrs. Father Dougherty, FeatherCourt. i small but enthusiastic group Holy Days' ,io a. ,.. Holy

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS j I Jimmy D al. Mrs Craig Ed Conneen and Charlie iic-. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Few and MELROSE After a modest supper, projectswere Communion.The .

JGlisEon, Miss Cleva ,J. Carson. Glare are ushers for tills month. children Glenn, Hubert and David discussed and it was' agreed Rev. Millard H. Brq. ogle"\ ,

By )Mary K. Srharffrr ,Mrs. Wilfred Wagner Mrs. Emery Mrs. John Reid and Mrs. Georgi left on Saturday for,Roswell.I By Joyce RotbbawmerWaLLAaaauuaaaaalaa that the Lions Club would join Vicar.
Cooper Mrs. James Hethering- Schaeffer are in charge of thi e Ga., where they will visit Mrs. with the school ,in reestablishingthe I

Plans Under Way !funue if their Scout troop has ton. Mrs. Bill Belote Mrs. Tom altar. John and George Allen an e Few parents Mr.; Few is home. School Patrol at the street.1
:I Finley, Mrs Joyce Payne Mrs. the altar boys for this at work crossings. Some of the Lions .
For Firemen's Ball to ,disband. For a number of Sunday. again but Mrs; Few will On'the sick list in Melrose are pre- 100 AufomaI
At a meeting of the Keystone years the Keystone Heights Ro Woodrow Cox. Mrs Lex Baker June 19. while Billy and Canto 1 visit in Georgia for several weeks.' Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and sent agreed to assist in this pro- let to

Heights Volunteer Fire Dept., on tary Club has sponsored troop I Mrs Bede Mann Mrs. Arthur Meng will serve on June 26. Mrs. J., H. Webster and daugh Dick Logsdan.' Dick was released ject. This Is a good safety measure cosf, -.. owe. -

June 7, Frank Harris, chairmanof 105, but now for lack of leader. Rhoden. Mrs. Charlie ,nibbs. Mrs. We are. happy to WelcomE ter, ,Carole. of Morgan City La early in the week from Alachua I .

the dance committee submit- ship, it will have to disband. The. Ida Gentry Mrs. George LaRue Father Robert Kincaid who wfl:i have returned to their home'afterI General Hospital Mrs. Rothhammer -I I
Mrs. Herbert Sargeant Mrs. assist Fater Dougherty in all his!I a visit of ,several weeks with Mrs. : Faith PresbyterianChurch 1(8" HRYSa1RiR9
ted a written report listing:three troop Charter expired on April. is 'still a patient there. '
available sites, namely;' Keystone 30. 1960, and has not been renewed Charles Foster and .Mrs. Wilma many duties. Father Kincaid was s S Webster's parents Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cox of Jacksonville : Melrose I 1:
Stover. ordained last month. He is from W. B. on Twin 1 Sunday services-Church School.
I Dawson. Lake.,
Beach, Keystone Inn and theAirport because Scout leaders were spent last week with his grand- 'YIARDfIIJ' '
Card Party Announced Jacksonville. Other guests of 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 j in
Hangar. Following a discu not available. the W. B. Daw- mother, Mrs. tX L. Mann.
><;ftm. the Inn was favored and t]I' Would you be willing to act. The ladies' of the Keystone I Community Church Notes son's have been Mrs. Dawson's Mrs. Lawrence Ormsbee and I' a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas-!f AIR C0HBITI0SI
Heights Woman's 'Club will holda The Annual School and I Mr. tor.
Sunday l and Mrs. j. L.
I If parents
two firemen were to investigate as Scoutmaster: ? not do you .children Billy, ,Judy Chuck and I
the possibility of holding it there 'know: of anyone willing to act in. Card PartT.on Thursday morn- Church Picnic will be held at, Green from Pembroke Ga.. and 'Nancy left last week for Michigan j Free rsllmar.N4IolJq.!
ing. June 30. at 10:30. There will Gold Head Branch State Part!: tJawso i TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Mrs. 's
The date will be July 23. |:|: that capacity in order that the sister, Mrs. Darlos where they will spend the !
will be troop can continue be Bridge and ,Canasta. Each lady on Friday June 17. Games another d Lane also of Pembroke. They CHLKCH, MELROSE
Soon you receiving you;j I to provide summer. REDFEARN'S.
annual letter from the Fire ,D ptJ.L I i training in the American Way olI f. Is asked to bring a sandwich activities will begin at 3 p,, have all returned to their homes Gene Quinby and Stephen Ash- Sundays 10 a. m.. Church:
which will be eaten at noon. Mrs. m. The covered-dish will: School. 11:15 a.m., Morning Prayer -
and ,your dance tickets, win be i I,Life so vital to our boys? It is supper how.Among ley left Thursday ,for the Great "
enclosed. Let's get behind our I I l desirable though not absolutely Herbert Nelson ,will be chairmanof be i.erved: at 7:30: p. m. those who attended the Lakes Naval Training Station and Sermon (First Sunday I Keystone Heights :i
the party. The Cottage Bible Hour win beheld :, DuPont Highland and Trail Ridge Holy Communion). 6 p.m.,, Episco
Fire Dept. 100 per cent. [ essential that previous scouting where they will get, their basic i Ph. 4252. ,
:Advance Announcement at the Manse on Wednesday, Social Club Dance at the Enlisted
Wanted: Scout Master experience be in the backgroundof I training for the Navy. .
There are a number: of boys tn 'a Scoutmaster or Scout Leader The Keystone Heights Wo- June 22. The Fourth Chapter ol. Men's Club >Jast Friday evening Mrs. Quincy Gardner and children ,
man's Club is planning hold a Phillippians will be studied. were,Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Nel- McKINNEY GREEN DEATON ':
Keystone: Heights who will ,be Any suggestions or assistance Carol Wilma. and Eddie ,
Bake Sale near the Keystone The covered dish Family NightSupper ; son Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox, \'
affected unfavorably either directly you may care to offer will be ap- Joe left this week for a five week
or indirectly in the, near] preciated.If Public Beach on Friday, July will be Thursday June: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolford vacation in Kansas. REALTORS !

I leaders are not obtained by 15th.', 23, instead of June 24, as p 1eand, Mrs, 'Charlie McGlave Miss Barbara Whitehead is visiting HIGHWAY 21' MELROSE, FLA. ,

July 1, 1960 troop meetings will RetractionWe viously announced. Two couple i Mr. and Mr H. L. Morgan Jr., relatives in New Jersey. '
be suspended after this date until got the incorrect informa- [of the church will be honored. and Mr.and Mrs. Frank Hgen. Pat and Bill Harris spent last YOUR LISTINGS INVITED SALE OR RENTAL' '
HEALTH FACTS tion on the Woman's Club Circle 5 of the Community'' I
The Herbert Nelson family and '
further notice. It you can help,, week visiting their grandparents 5-5172
GR 5-2981
Phone or
Luncheon held last month. We
Church Women will have
please call. Rotarian Roy L. Watkins a cover- the Everett family enjoyed in Madison.
1. Over 300 Insurance Companies I chairman of troop 105 com. said that the 'Junior Woman's ed dish, luncheon at the home, ol f: a picnic at Camp St., John in }{r. and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer WIND7RED H. CRAWFORD, Associate
Club served it, when actually it their leader Mrs. Frank E,
Switzerland last Sunday.
pay benefits for Chiropracticwrvlce. o mittee. His number is 4209 in' spent Monday in St. Augu- s
i Keystone. 'waa catered by ,Marta-Jean's Stitchberry. on Monday June 20,, Mrs. Emery ''Cooper.. Mrs. Lena .

:Shower For Airs. Baker Conditorei- We hope this will, un- at 11 a. m. Clemens Mr. Leo! LeBlanc, Mr. stine.Winners of the Melrose Dupli-
2. Employees injured under the I confuse people. The air-conditioning and ,the: and Mrs. Charles Bisbee Mrs. Joems week
Mrs. Roy Chasteen. Mrs. James I cate Bridge Club last were: Year 'Round Air ConditioningHEATING
Workmen Compensation are entitled -I'Puckett. Mrs. Mildred Payton,, Duplicate Bridge Results 10 o'clock hour for services see i Pawlikowski, Mrs. Paul Harvey 1st. Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs.

to Chiropractic care without and Miss Lillian Gentry were co-. On Thursday evening June 9, to meet the approval of the con, Miss Anna G. McCullough and Edith Larsen; 2nd. Mrs. J. G.
Mr. Louis Kyle and Mrs. Alllen gregation as indicated by last; AND COOLING BY DUO THERM
cost to the employe hostesses at a; stork shower hon Mrs. E. A. Lamm were among Henderson and Mrs. Raymond
: Graham held high score at the Sunday's attendance. This 10 o', those attending Reception at
[ a
Does your Insurance policy provide oring'Mrs. Floyd Baker on Thurs Starnes; 3rd. Mrs. Robert Hollis j. -
for Chlroptaetlc earl We day evening June 9, at the home,. Duplicate Bridge. Club meeting; clock service will continue until I St. Edward's Hall in Starke on and Mrs. R. W.'Becker. The Bolivia FOR AS i a PERLITTLE
Mrs. Ann BisseU and her I the first in $ 5 00
of Mrs. Chasteen on Lake Geneva. partner Sunday September. Sunday evening honoring the winner was Mrs. Helen Fos- AS t WEEK
will be glad to check your policy Guests were given pencils, and: Mrs. Underwood both from Star- Sunday School will meet earlier'newly-ordained Father Robert ter. a .

to see if you are property covered. paper and with the lights turned:, ke, were second high, while Miss .too, 9 a. m. Kincaid who will be Father Cor- Lions Club '

You owe it to yourself to .have Joff? they proceeded to sketch I Ira Hillyer and Mrs. Edith Lar- First Baptist Church nelius: Daugherty's assistant in The last regular meeting of REDFEARN KEYtIE HTS. '
your policies checked before ,you their impressions of a stork carrying sen were third high.. Avid bridge The Vacation Bible School in I St. Edward's parish which includes CALL

have need for them.v 5 an infant. The prize for: players are invited) to join :this full swing this week. Attendanceis St. Edward's in Starke St. &

No policy Is| complete that tot provide for Chiropractic Bene: Carol Baker. Masonic Hal]. Playing begins exercises will take place bti I Mary's in Macclenny. Father CHURCH, KEYSTONE a.

fits. Mrs. Baker opened her gifts, promptly at 8, p. m. Sunday evening June 19, at 7W: I Daugerty's duties also include the Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church pi -
Beach Party For Children p. m., and the public' is invited tfl I post of chaplain at the Prison. School. 9:30 ajn.. Morning Prayer )R
examination IS complete which were passed around for in
physical Marian Beasley, daughter of attend. Father Kincaid is the son of Mr. and Sermon ((1st Sunday Holy I I

that does not Include aa ex admired spection. After the hostesses the gifts served had been delicious 'Illr. and Mrs. M. L.'Beasley, cele- On last Tursday evening,.June i and Mrs. Norman Kincaid cf Communion). '6 pjn., Episcopal I C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR 0

amination for nerve pressure sandwiches cake punch Ybrated, her. 12th birthday on Friday 9. the Concord and the Church I Jacksonville: Young umrcnmen.

Many accident do not ,produce a and nuts. June 10, with a:,Beach Partyat Choirs made a tape recording, to Mr. and'Mrs. Ed Conneen and Holy Days 7:30: am. Holy ,.

Immediate symptoms., Locating. Guests included: Miss Gertrude the Keystone Public Beach. be sent to a dear friend of the, son Peter took their house'' guest. Communion. Real Estate and Appraisal Service

nerve pressure by yo'ar Doctor, of Houser, Mrs. S. E. McKay. Mrs. Guests included: Jackie Fox, Nan church who is seriously ill in St,. Mrs. Coneen's cousin; Marie Ma- Third Wednesday Parish

Chiropractic} will ffev&ft mafiy, c&ndltions George Schaeffer. Mrs. Ray cy Cherry, Linda Anthony Janie Petersburg. guire of, Philadelphia on a picnic Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30 Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights :.,

not found In', ordinary examlnatlons Chance :Mrs., Leon_ Wagner Mrs.. McMurtry,Dolores.Murrhee Norma There will be an Appreciation., at ,Crescent Beach last Sunday. pjn.The
Valldejull.) Carol Warren Miss Maguire returned home this Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle PHONE 4297 t',
I Raleigh Zike Mrs. Leamon Ward Supper next month at the Churchfor
Tour Health problems Mrs. L. E. Harris. Mrs. Anthony Ernie Williams Gary Cooper and members of, the 'four choirs.. eek.Miss Vicar. '
Timmie Hickman. and daughter "
Baker, Mrs. Bill Baker, Mrs. T Notice of the date will appear In Ida Gentry. LISTINGS WANTED' ,
'10.. thed" .:.'-.101. ,_ ; w Baker:mss Charlotte" 'Greg. _" Mrs!, Beasley tMarfcn'--nolh,i this column in a.week"OJ''two. All. Lillian of Lake Geneva' are vaca- St. W'Jilam'f tJ1Ue Chapel .. ';

Dr. "H. G.' BellingerChiropractic cry biro Charles Price Mrs. er.guests] was by assisted Mrs. Bud in Anthony caring for Mrs.the choirs have' been very faithful, tioning at Jacksonville j Beach this Eeystan Height On Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved

Paschall Carr Miss Carol Baker and their services have been week. Sunday Mass at 8:30: m.' Residential Farm and Business Property.
Jennings Murrhee Jr", MiSs Bessie Marian ;
Office Mrs. Merl Edmondson. Mrs. Evan greatly appreciated.The Mrs. M. L. Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. a.
428 N. Walnut, -Starke''''', Dykes; Mrs. Gene Dykes Miss Ridenour, and her sister! Mrs. new console four-manuaij Beasley, and Ruby Lane Smith Tuesday' Mass ftt 8:00: .. m. WE HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND
Gertrude Link ofLake Geneva. after-
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Janet Zike. Mrs. Cora Marshburn, has arrived at the church for th? drove to Waldo on : Confessions ,before,all Masses. INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.
Clean Up Week A Suctsi 'visit Beasley's mother ,
728 E. Gainesville Mrs.
University, ,,", iMfs. Jack Haberstroh. Mrs. Zen- greatly enlarged Organ which noon to ; Baptisms marriage: and inttructions 'r
I Mayor M. L. Beasley la pleased Mrs., Carl),Waley who was appomtmeac. ,
will be placed in the new Church by
with the cooperation of property celebrating her >'l'lth'birthday..
which at present is hi the plan-
owners in his'Cleanup, Spruceup Mrs. Whaley's visitors broughther
RESIDENTIAL ning stage. When installed this ,
S campaign. Our town looks and best wishes. : '
LAKESIDE LOTS will be one of the finest and lar-
fine. But then,doesn't it always? Guess Who Dept. .4
gest in the state!
'..' .. We feel we deserve a personal citation organs Most young ladies like ;to get .'
Beautiful oafs, park-like setting Just off paved roaa. See us PersonalsMrs. '} >
We finally. ,gotbur, house candy flowers, or frilly unmentionables """ :"
about !beautiful homesltes before the bet- -
our lay-away plan.on Mary Smulski has gone to I -
painted!! on their birthdays. We ''
ter ,ones are gone. Pretty jiomesites.are always an Investment. Recreation Program Wilmington, Del., to visit her, have in mind a certain lady who 4

Remember, too TODAY'S OFFERINGS ARE TOMORROWSLOST Quite a number 'of children sister Mrs. I> Denbeck. Mre.. and a box of *
got flowers a gun x'.naJrf"'A,7"' R' ,
OPPORTUNITIES.( have registered for the summer Smulski also plans to visit other shells on her birthday. Clue: Her erxYfi'x.xak'aaax ,
members of her family in that t
recreation which started
program : June 4. She wouldn'ttell .
Need A Home With A Low Down Payment Monday afternoon June 13. and section of the country, including, birthday was ,;e..i!: Ai)}, wo F w,: .;; pJ.Ki Y, 'Yasr.
See Us And,We Can Help You, will continue until August :iff a niece in the convent in Lodi. us her age however. > .v f'
N. She beware! gJl' .bJ. dVs.."N. y ,4,',
The recreation board met Wed j. will also spend a few Bachelors \
HOMES ACREAGE'LAKE' LOTS nesday night to review the finan- days in Atlantic City N. J.

BUSINESS PROPERTY cial needs of the program and to Miss Mary Frances Lehnerts aNew f COMMUNITY CHURCH j-s' .
waids York City recently spent the KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. 7
discuss a 'last effort 't securing :$Sjvyo7yT:. i i'l V
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an arts and crafts teacher. day in Keystone Heights with an I Vn
S. E. MCKAY Realtor-ApPraiser I. The board has' been- working for old friend, Mrs. George Schaeffer.Miss A. C. Holt Minister
Lehnerts in Florida t u; Airs J. L. Hetherinrton
almost two months in seeking a was and Choir Director. Ic;.: .
Keystone Heights Phones: 3071, 2391 person to teach crafts in the fill 'a singingengagement In I. Sunday Organist School 9:00 a.m. MornIng -
Jacksonville where she and hei
summer program t but' has been Y
mother were the house guests ol f: Worship, 10:00 a. m. ;
: one
unable to.find arLyonO ,
can be" found by the end of this Mr. and Mrs. George Woods: CHURCH _
week no arts and crafts will be When Mr. Woods came to Key- FIRST BAPTIST

A CHECKING ACCOUNT offered in the program. stone to inspect some of the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
building going on at Keystone e
In reviewing! their financial
club Estates Miss ,Lehnerts ac J., R. Smith pastor' Ralph r.5ruY ta0Arj
KEEP YOUR status the board, found,that ,more
money will be needed' this' year companied' h.! n. ahe.s:, very, Copeland, Minister of Music and

due to the Increase in the number favorably impressed with oui, church organist. ;;;
town, the good water '
of children participating in Services: Sunday School. 9:45: _

the program and.tp..the increaseof Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Harvey, left ft. m. Morning Worship,, II a. m.
activities. Any,contribution towards this week' for Boston, Mass..: Training Union 7 p. m. Evening

PENDING this program would be where they will be ,visiting their, services, B p. m.
$ greatly appreciated.: 3 Donationscan daughters and their daughters "Make church worship a family

:. be sent to Mrs. Charles Mc- families until Fall when they will l affair.

Glave treasurer. Summer Recre-

ation Program, Keystone Heights. .


Forty-Hour Devotions ,were '. .-
held at St. Edward's In Starke
this week. Members of St Wil- All New All Shapes .o
liam's Choir furnished the special ,and SizesPHONETODAY .
music for these devotions. Choir "
members included Mrs. Joe Paw- GIVE BETTER

likowskt. Mrs. Charley Bisbee,

I Mrs. Herbert Nelson, UrL Everett 's
Mr. Leo LeBlanc, .Miss Anna electrical. The < '
Fox in
Be son to see all that's new gifts .
McCullough and the organist, ELECTRICAL GIfTS for: ':
; ,choice is endless...you can please everyone. Strikingly ; '.
E. A. Lamm. .. "
For b'elter bVdgeting" iKrough l eller'recordsJry Mrs.St William's' Attar' Society will beautiful gifts for home, entertaining, and personal enjoyment J'bares tI .

: eheeb'drown not meet during:the summer and r Big thrills in mall package! Selections are J -I : I

paying witli. the next meeting wilL be September AS LOW AS bright_prices,are light. Nice to give- -wonderful to Voko 4 '

on us. We will. vyelcome l ..yur account. 4 'The Altar 20. ,Society'held, ', a. Bake $2,000 get..:for happier' Jiving,electrically. Jae{ +aa uea $ 't

:: Sale on Saturday June II,, the : 12 x 27 Size Right HOT-and: for,every "gift occasion-see your ..

proceeds of which wCl1: used to I efeclnfi>ra, ler firsts .
purchase material for, vestmentsfor Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down 't I
St. Mary's nevi FLORIDA I } .
(Collect_ Calls! Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs., To Pay
KEYStOKE BANK in Macdenny. ,

High School Instructions have .. 1ft ,
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-- --TE. : I BKADFOBD COUNTY natGUAni; : ST.lHHErlLUafUd, ? THURSDAY.4 JUNE 16, 1960
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TnYTTrvmnrnTaiYYi.TJIElLR end with his brother-in-law and TTTTTTTTTrtTMTTfTTTVTTT here for a visit with her grandparents -I, rT..9YYY.. .......... 4357 East University- Ave. in, on Ju"e :21. WO. Tuesday r at 10:00 That entire stock and inventoryof
sister*, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp, Mr. and MrsrGienn Mc- Gainesville. I a. m. for approval of the same and ( farm and home hardware and
tON and sons. On Monday of this for final discharge as administrator auta supply goods, ware and mer-
HAMPTONUf Intosh. Billy: Saxon 7retuned, to RROOKfiR Mr; Denni| Hodge is confined of the estate of JosephV.. Pre- ; chandifc held for resale located at

week they all enjoyed a fish fry, Tambaa'.frittus fig 1 and' uncle .. : .. :!'to. Doctor Hospiwil:: in Starke. Yatt. deceased. t ." 4hi L. ttinrpUce of business in
swtnming and boating on Lake *" '" flay S4, 160.. Stark tf .'FIirida'kDfJWII as Farm,
By !lira Qarvtj McCarthy I firs O. C. Etniaaaiuaaaaa..iasaaaa. for a visit. 'By ) rtt-y Grt't'n ; We Wish him. a spedy recovery.. /Si-Ed win T Frevatt i Horae/an4-Ant*'Sl'ppty.'at'. ft? Eastwojmte
Santa Fe. Also visiting on Sunday Mr. and Weest j Admjnmrator of the ,
Mrs.G9jdon: ,The slimmer swimming pro- I I estate of Joseph Sireet-C:: &
rnyTyrrt! were Mr. Sapp's parents Mr. ,.+ and cfildreft' ''.Miami arrived l.. .. .i..s..t. .....a.1jli".6..u, I gram ,started Monday morning. !f W. Prevail, deceased SaudilJ-opertf will be soWTTrt the
I 546 4tAOflCK /16 place 'Hie property was taken'pop-
Howdy Folks. A Happy Father's and Mrs. Ellery Sapp of Jack- !, Council Appoints Phillips here Saturday for a visit with his 4 All children from the ages 7 up session"of under said'levy ttf- 'n.

Day greeting is extended to each,sCnville. i I jAs Assistant Marshal mother, Mrs. T. P. Brown and I j'j Mr.. "and Mrs. Carl Sieves and 1! who are interested learning to OP "SHERIFF'S' $ALF: that ,place of business known as :;
of father .Weekend guests of Mrs. Annie : also with Mr. and Mrs, E. L. : boys of' JaeKsbnvilTe spent the NOTICE I IS HEREBY G1VKX Farm fjome and Auto Supply at
you who will be observing : W. M. Phillips offered his service swim meet at the home cf Jim that under and by virtue of 416 Pro'fnlee Street, Stark.Brad-
Kelly, and son. Scobie, were Mrs. 1 I!Brown near Hampton. j weekend with ;rolf. and Mrs. Evan r/f" a writ ford cAinttj I')oridAnyonV .
your special day this to the city of ifamfpon as Tempie each morning at 7:30: a. ei M-utton on a final Judgment
Sunday. Kelly's son and daughter-in-law. i Mr. and::! Mrs. Wilton Hart are i i Hodges -advanced Issued out of the Circuit Court ofAlarbua wishing to bid upon said
assistant marshal at the council i m. The swimming County, Florida, in that property Biay....>$amine the same by
Everyone enjoyed the.. delightful J4i. and Mrs. Gene Kelly, and j meeting. at the city hall last Tues-, the patents of a son Roy Wilton,'I'i Miss Sherry Ekey;.stationed atWhitingyField' :' (:las$es will. begin the. first of !! certain tuned; Baird Hardware t.iuta..iag m* ar my. office in theBradfp4vi..ll
daughters, Keran and Connie, of born, 'Thursday. June at the Naval" Air Base I .'''mpan)' v. Farm Home and Auto I pirBty Court riouse.SlarK .
baby shower given at the attractive day evening, June 7. ; .9l I : I >. 'FlftrtdBL the
Bartow, Connie is visiting for a- I near Milton 'hone July.The upply inc. and Emery E. Engel, an Thursday
home of Mr. arid Mrs. 1 A system of round-the-clock: Bradford JCQunty ( (,Hospital in Fla., is enI Senior Class of Santa Fe I have levied upon and will sell! at I or Fwd N j>rMWI fU said sale. Said
while with her grandmother and Starke; and Mri :Lester Mc- leave with her father; Mr. L. R. public auction the bidder. propf'rtiY' '.ald a"S the pio-
W. H. Green Monday evening of I law enforcement had been discussed Mn I had a party at, the home of Sue to highest I '
uncle. iEkey for cash 4 I960 b pert of FSflfi.:. Rome and Auto
maternal and on July >-
1 Collough 'aVe grand I family. t' '
this week honoring Mrs. Lamar McDavid and Supply Id :
I by Mr. Phillips and Leon iccently. Swimming tween the hours of 11 : a. m. and 2 *
Reddish [full) details on social Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and I Sauls, city marshal and the parents. j Gwynn Thomas of Winter Garden -i dancing were enjoyed by the I p. m.. the following described pro- I P D. Reddish Sheriff
daughters: Joyce and Judy, andhouseguest. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meads of visited Jerome Kelley for a j petty: Bradford County. Florida.
page.) council accepted the offer. Mr. i i i! senior class and their dates. Ce- I C'9 4t (:.30
Miss Linda Cox and 30 young : Miss Patricia Jonesof Phillips was sworn into office by [Jacksonville were Sat..pntar"b..it- week recently. I jcil Bush a member of the class, .-"'
O'Brien visited in
4-H Club members are enjoying relatives ,1M. L.. Watterson, mayor. ors at the home .of Mr.. and, .Mrs- ,'I Jerome Kelley Shirley Smoke !' provided entertainment. He introduced -

camping at Cherry .Lake thia I White" Springs Sunday. i, John Haney. visiting at the V. J. Slade. i, Richard Lee Wilson Virgie Register his new songs that will : ?That Our Business .

week with Miss Dortothy Ross. Little Sonny Henson of Jacksonville -! council mee'ting requested a Donna Rhoden aad#Wendy ,Hill I Azie Lee Padgett, J, E.Mott. soon be recorded. Chaperones If It's Glass ..;
We Bare
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visiting his grand- Wila Mae
and'Mrs. of Hampton left Monday this Tetstone, and
Weekend guest of Mr. I street light near the city limits on I were 12th grade sponsors; Mss -
j I parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.. I Ernie week with 4-H gills from Brad- I Merle Mann graduated recently I !1, CALL WRIT or VISIT
E. C. [Ernie)
Johns was their i i at the north end of town, and Pat Robeits, Mrs. Cr icks ank,
daughter. Mrs. LOis Henson of ] Johns. this was approved by the council. ford County for a' week's camp- from I the 8th grade at Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McDavid.

Jacksonville. i Miss Judy Morgan accompan- i i Dr. Mullins veterinarian will ing at Cherry Lake near Madi- Junior High. ;i sandra Sowell and Annette Joe Peters Glass Co.
led Mrs. J. T. Pollard to Tallahassee Mr.
Miss Edith Moore and Miss Ro i be in Hampton this Saturday I son. 'j i and' Mrs..E4W. Hodges and;Rourk of Alachua were the.over-

sa Moore visited Mr. and Mrs.C. i Monday and Tuesday of | morning, June 18, from. 9 a. m. to :I .. I II f Children ,pfjAmertcus/. spent I night guests of Sue McDavid on FOR ANY GLASS NEED

P. Yeoman of Lakeland re- I this serve as week model Miss when Morgan they meet will ((11 a. m. to inoculate dogs. All dog I I I /trt..v.vW/rr7.1r.7/.1 J Mr.the;*and"MrSEvan weekend: with ':hs Hodges.I } parents. 'i! 'Thursday; night. P sVk Design Modern Store Fronts

cently. owners are urged to have their Just trail
i i Us A Pattern for
the State Board of Beauticians. Mr.
Harvey, our sons, Richard and I 1 pets 'there at that time, since the I CLAY HILL .I and Mrs. Jack Pridemoreof Table Tops
Harvey our sons, and your re- Pompano
i Beach were the i .
Wayne and I were weekend I ordinance requiring vaccinationwill t in Connlr Judjtr'n Court In And I
i I porter visited my aunt's sister I'I'I guests of Mr. Mrs. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gatn viIJe. Fla. Phone FR. 24353I
and A. F. !
!I Mc-
brndrurd Vl.. :
guests of my brother-in-law and I be enforced beginning July By ){... J. I* Strickland For ('ou. rl ?n. ..
I Mrs. Witt in Lake City on our I David last weekend. In 'I
They attended re: Estate of JosephV. I'revatt. -
sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. I Eddie -, : 1. I I I
!i way to Tallahassee Friday afternoon w myrr.rrrrrryriTrnyrWe the Uof F ideceased.otire i l I
graduation of II
+ their
) Weldon. and family of Tal-I The recreation committee Outlined -II I 1 \ Of Filing Petition For Final I I! fYictd:1i
I r nephew. .
lahasee. We I I. Terry McDavid.Mr. i.IHH'hargt' Of Administrator
Attended the grad'! a plan for a combined park extend

deepest -
f Mrs. R. -L. Morgan visited in sympathy and Mrs. F. M. Vickeryand I To All Whom It May Concern:
uation of niece, Miss Beverly i and small children's I
'my II'' Paiatka Tuesday of this week. : playground, I to the Son Griffis familyin family of DeFuniak I Notice Is h Tty given that I
Ann Weldon from Leon High to be located just south of Navaire Springswere I hare filed my final rt'lnrns118 administrator I II .
which Very glad to report that Mrs. : ;: ,their griefc! -over the loss,,' of the Wednesday night guestsof I of.tbe estate of-Joseph
School was held at Ave. the corner ,
or'ivt'j U Prevatt, d*eased: that I have i
centen-j Millie Simmons returned home I their daughter Lucille last week; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and '
nial Field Friday sion St. This is a part of property : filed petition for final idischarge.
Sunday from the Memorial Hos- family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest unit that I will to the Hutiorable :
i apply -
We i i
were supper guests of Mr.. and owned by. Bert Hinson, are sorry to hear that these ',
I pital in Jacksonville where she I Edwards and Theron A. Yawn aunty
Mrs. Watford on Saturday. Myj which will be leased to the city dear friends are very sick. At the ': Jude of Bradford County Florida,
underwent:: surgery. She is reported Mr. J. E. Townsend and daughter -
mother. Mrs. Maude Mott who: for this purpose by M. L. Watter- piesent time they with their
feeling fine. are Kay and Mrs. Mary Lamb ... SERVICE
in Tallahasseefor son. Present for :
had been visiting plans are acehlent -
several weeks, returned home. I, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank slab for roller skating, !i iI son Roy Griffis.. .I and children, of Palatka spent I f I

Pearson Cox returned to the Norman and son. Ray, on Mon- ( swings for pre-school children I We are also sorry to learn that Saturday at St. Augustine Beach. : AT ITS BfcSTGOLDWIRE
day night were their son and Kay Townsend t
Charles Mosley had to back'to | returned to '
sandboxes go
University of Florida on Wednes- and: and picnic table I ; 1Krif
day of this week after visiting awhile daughter-in-law Mr. and::! Mrs. I facilities. The lot already has two]1 1I the hospital for treatment foil,i Pompano Beach Sunday after
Clinton Norman of Jacksonville. I visiting J.I I'
his neck. We hope he will soon j her grandmother gnus
with his mother Mrs. Lois large oak trees for shade. The en- j ;:
i Again, may we invite each of:!I F. Gillis of (best 1 e e e d o o eOt.
be n6me Hawthorne andher younaffwnli
Cox, and sister Miss Linda Cox. : tire area is to be fenced in and j i
you to worship at Heilbronn:' !I father, Mr. J Townsend.I I Arab
Bill E.
,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norman attended anyone 1eSiring to help with la-' seemS to be im H _
Church. Rev. McGee of Jacksonville prbnh but come j Mr. Cliff elley and daughter, ; i 1 1 -
I II is' unable
the wedding of Miss Don- I I boi on the project shouYd ribtify U.DO.IT TERMITE CONTROL
will be our supply preacher j I 1| Scarlet] of Wildwood were visiting :
!I home yet. His wife Iris, the : SAVE
na Zack and Ralph Bennett in I D. E. Hill. I spent I $100 or ;"0... Eo., to us,. No _
this Sunday. Plan now to attendour with Mr. Kelleys irother Mrs. Rosa Harm to plants
Bill in
I' Pfoftixanally
Tarpon Springs Saturday after and the Laying of drain pipe by the day Jacksonville Sun S Years protection. proven
servises! Sunday i. Kelley Sunday afternoon.I I Get fifE feld.r .t
noon. Mrs. Norman was a brides- Andrews home, and road repair day.One your lumber Yard TbonnndJ u* *
midweek prayer service Wednesday Mrs. Jane Tate of !i
maid in the lovely wedding. by Home's Grocery and near the of our little neighbors, Belinda Gainesville '
evening. 'i visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan Starke Builders SERVICENTERin
Johns, daughter of Mr. I' Supply
Mr and Mrs. Sinclair Harley i [ Williamson house was approved ; I
Miss Beverly Ann Weldon !I on Sunday afternoon.Mis. 219
Jr.. of Jacksonville were dinner I Eby I i tile council at the meeting. It;Mrs. Floyd Johns caught her E. Washington
daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. M- E. right heel in \! Mattie Sowells returned I Starke, Fla.
guests on Sunday of Mr. and I Weldon Tallahassee and 1 I was also approved to have street J a bicyclelast Wednesday .
Mrs. R. 1... (Bill Reddish and name signs set up along Navarre i ii The heel was skinned !I Friday a two weeks visit I

Eon Keith and Mrs, Freeman I granddaughter of Mrs. Maude I i Avenue. i I badly and::! the ligaments stripped. I with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gray in I : -- .... -

Crosby at the Reddish's Kingsley Mott of Starke, graduated from Present for the meeting were I At present, she is unatile, to walk. I JWauchula, Mr. and,.Mrs, J. W. '
Leon High School in Tallahassee 'i Forsythe- in Plant City Mr. .and "
We nsJn'
Lake home. Mayor Watterson Clerk W. H. | hope all the sick per
on June 10 in an impressive" fMrls j, j. Nipper -in Ocala Mr. I a
Weekend guests of Mr. and Maxwell Marshal Sauls, Council-'!our community will soon be well .
ceremony at Centennial Field. and Mrs., Purvis Thomas In Avon
Mrs. J. B. White were their son men C. R. Cox D. E. Hill A. C. |again. tt
Gov. LeRoy Collins, an alumnusof Park. She also attended flower >
Mis. Nellie Wilkinson was in a W
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Dennison G. P. Wadsworth and \
Leon High School and fathers j show in 0I
Mrs. Bobbie White and childrenof D. H. Crawford: and Mr. Phillips, Jacksonville last Thursday. ] Tampa. '
of one of the graduates, assisted Miss Joan Thofoas of Jackson- t
Brooksville.Jack '' Mr. Haney and Onard Parker as ; Some of ,the folks went fishing I -
Gordon find sOn of Jack- school officials in the presentation Visitors. | last week and brought us some, ville was home"with her father,.
of diplomas to the class of I I Mr. Troy Thomas and Patriciafor
nice bream early
Thursday morning
sonville visited during: the week- Personals j .
406 fftiiors. They sure were delicious. We the weekend.
Donnie Slade, son of Mr. and'
Miss .Weldon, ,formerly attended 1 Mrs.( Donald Slave celebrated ;still like fish even if we can't go Mr. and :'Mrs. Paul Pridemore ks.
. 'Cash paid for good clean, cotton Bradford High! School. i, fishing and family of Harriman Tenn.
\ anymore.
his second birthday Saturday
No khan wooLBring ]
rats.to Bradford County or Tele- May God bless each of you- i June 11, with a family patty at | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbert visited Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mc-

byR jiow.. : '., his home. Refreshments of cake I II and family from North Carolinaare David and family last week. .

rraph. -_ ,_.-, .- -_ 'I and ice cream highlighted the ,' visiting relatives and friends Mr. and..Mrs. Robert Graves i

"We eliminate the middleman's LL "- profit" sent party and for their the nine parents.children pre- i' in Edwin. these Pa'dgett parts.: -of the Florida Mrs.and daughter Dennis Hodge of Leesburg and Mrs.visited Sal- I America's" iowest-priced'fuU plcktip t line !

week- a
ly Hodge last
Miss Connie Hill of Douglas}Forest Sel vice visited us last

One Quart Wyo., arrived in Hampton last ,, week. Mrs. Mattie Sowells' spent the

I F' R. E E1th Each: .... I weekend, and is Visiting herewith The men from the Clay ElectricCo weekend in Hague visiting Mr. :; :"

or Gallon \ ; u buy.: ; I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horn>* <5p. 'corrected some 1 t?of our and Mrs. B.' W. Mott. 'and Mrs. F.,..j-

I and James Horne. Mrs. R. C. Williams ;,"light" trouble last week 'by Bedie Con rlt.. =... <. ,; .
p ut-I .
Mr. and Mrs. Brannan
and of New Port Rich- ting saplings along the "'"
Y sons I
Prices Start at $2 $5.98 GaL (j
qt. I .
I ey, and Melody May, who has'' These men have' given us excel- and Micah. and Mr. ahd Mrs J. Half ton 64! tort StyltM Half ton 6tt-faot F1 r.wJ_ Halt.tofl e-toot Styttudt

I been in New Port Richey with lent service whenever called. T. Taylor and boys 'Of. Paiatka $35 to $161 LESS $35 to $156 LESS $33 to $181 LESS

Wednesday Jim Strickland and Hazel were the weekend guests of Mr.
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE the Williams', arrived on -
|: of this week to visit the ; Griffis'ere in Green Cove and Mrs. Roy Green and family. .
501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FJa.. FR 6-7588 Homes. Springs on business Monday. Terry McDavid. John}; Green ...

Williams who Clarence and Pansy Knight Terrell Green, Tom Chairs of Old
Mrs. J. A. underwent ,
of HaIt.lon t foot FUr.iid M ton S foot Styteudt Co km>toot Sty(_.
surgery at Bradford:' were in church at Highland Sun- Town, and Kay Richardson $33 to $181 LESf $32 to $185 LESS $6 to $53 LESS luwr ,
County Hospital in Starke 'expected |day evening. It seemed like old Belleview attended the meetingof

to return home here the i times to have them back with"us the Democratic Delegates inOrlando waa.aw..raar.ra. ruE drrreuaur.

latter part of this week. i again. Clarence is pastor at Clay I Sunday. The young men .......... .arMau

Miss Gloria Simmons spent last : Hill at the present, 'but they had met Stuart Symington and George j .

COLORM1XINGJLrnm week in Maryland with R. 0. > no services Sunday evening due I Smathers at the airport. Terry .

Simmons and also visited rela- to their Homecoming.-, : services]president of the Youth for .
before reported a large Sjmington at. the University of elcon
tires in Case City, Va. re- Pansy that a NEW 1OPD PickupGives

turning home the first of this crowd attended this .service: and Florida.

week. 'Ii I all seemed to enjoy themselves.It Mrs. A. L. ,Green, Annette,

IRAflIPII Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth I: will soon be time to call our Green Joe ,Green Mrs. Bill Plum- to 30 miles !! _
gaUO1 '-''
: : mer and daughter Lou of Sa- up per
: spent last weekend in Bunnell pastors for next year. All members r-
JElilin : i, with the Thomas Wadsworth |, are urged to attend the lene, Kan. enjoyed Friday at Silver -

I family. j business meeting, and other meetings Springs. New! Ford's Falcon -: -

.nEwIcn jTtjHi+FftL Mrs. Pluma Francis Wilson 65'1 j and call the pastor you Mr. Bud Blalock of Madison is I Rancbero. u priced up to s
I the with the $210 below other leadinrmake.JIlekupuD
spending summer -
I of Jacksonville died on Tuesday .
-1 t i iJ ie f j I
of last week. June 7, with funeral J The beginners ,wonthe',: banner.at W. BBigham. family. tare ry'a i Yy y
] :E:_ 1IIIIftp services in Jacksonville on Thurs- Highland Sunday with a gradeof Mrr: and Mrs. Lamar Hall and you and upkeep hundreds! more on IU c t n s i"

I the mother of Mrs.L. 90 percent. daughter cf Starke, Mrs. Iva Mae f'
day. She was Bit til-foot box fives capacity a > .,
i 0. Johns of Hampton.C. I Beside service at George Reid's t Lewis of Gainesville, Mr. and aplenty for the bulk of ,' '

W. Slade son of Mr. and was very inspiring Sunday afternoon !I Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and children I pickup jobs. Three-man cab r ''

; flL-11-I[ 1 1I Mrs. Lester Slade of Hampton I with a good attendlinceThe 'f tl.,Mr...a ndJMrs.: ; ;r,.W. '_Markey, and offers the comfort a Falcon
: I' I Alien Lewis of Brooksville were ear.There's GO pickup like it -
1I Lak :received his army discharge Highland Church will have i
b ; I guests of Mrs. Amanda Lewis on -for style an4 savings!
and arrived home last week. He a baptismal service at the regular rk

I had been stationed at Camp place near Long "Branch :at 3 p.I'.Sunday. FORD TRUCKS COST LESS
Mfc&Dian Dukes of Lake But- I .uM..,fwrrr.,.Wrtr1.Rw,
'( Sheridan, HI. m. the 'fourth Sunday in' June. ...
leis..spending ;the week with Mr.] ---- -
Perry several Vacation Bible School -'Harts; at ,
V tar : p,8. Carolyn spent and Mrs- 'T; W. Markey.. 1
x. t j days last week in Green Cove 'Highland at 8:30: a. m. Monday, Mrs. Eva Crowl and Miss Mary i(

.Springs, visiting with Loretta; June 20. The teachers met Sunday I Traub of Largo spent, Saturday : TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
rtr I afternoon to plan the work to
!Chason. night with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm, .
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon'! be done and have a good program ..Lewis.

I and daughters of Tampa spent I lined tip. Parents are urged .to, We are sorry: to loose the G.I 206 W. MADISON St. STARKE, FLA.If .

..t. -.- J I last weekend here with rtlltives.)bring their children to Bible ,W. Davis family from our com- ,'

u J/l kG1tB ; ;Their daughter Gail remained school. munity. They are' now at home at you're interested in ah. A-1 Used Car Be Sure. to'see your Ford Dealer

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Arty baler yon select mixed with I II

Sfesbtute accuracy in Seconds... t I Now 'SLAlE

oil our new SluRWIN4V/UTAMS j I L I f gives. you

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.. :: for the SILVER HARVEST DAY il..
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THEN BE AT THE ."' :. and register your name ala participant.Then .
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t ?: .* ;":. ::. --. Saturday, June 18, at '3 P.M. You must .
..'.."(,>_./C: OU':z rt'., h.. ouse S quare' :.:., ,'-..._.., 'be Certificates.present, to receIve' your Silver Harvest .
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MitcMTs Drug Drug '
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Stump's_ Department Store. i\ : awes' : jJi?! Terwillegar Motors ,,;',;.; > "
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,;.. ? Barksdale's ;:.:' .;;' ,, ": .; Company '" ,JIi; .: Company ,

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TNZLYZGRIFFIS q o t.9.'J r ) .u;. :r U ;, iL\ 'i4,.; i', "us ,18

,iAA .A&&J... ....AAAA. 'Brian during the Revival. Grace ''Methodist Church' here. i Methodist, Church: At 'The Tabernacle St.Mark's Episcopal invited to attend. A recent musical t

Rev. B. W. Sweat and R v. R. Mrs. 'Robert Lee and Mrs. Eu- program was presented at the BRIGHTEN UP! .

LOOP T. Williams of Jacksonville visitedMr. gene Pearsort were in Tallahassee Schedule for week of June 19: The 'sponsor of the Gospel Tab E T. lye 1 fS MuBSunday church by Mrs. Annette Phillips
and DecoratingAt
and Mrs. Clyde Brown during last.week where they took the Sunday (Fathers' Day): Church fnacre) resumed his teaching a ge'V1ces9:4! ant..' which was a success. This pro- Painting

the Revival PTA short course at Florida State :School 9:45:: a.m. Morning Worship messages Sunday morning. June Church School;. 11:00 tun. Morning gram was given for the benefit LOWEST PRICES

By Verble Barren Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and UnIversity. I' I 11 iinl 'Snack''supper: forM.6:30 12. Prayer and Sermon. of the church clock. She wishes to Can \;

.'AA.A.&&' .&.A&.A&. children of Americus, Ga. have Miss Jannet Callaway of Cocoa : P-m. Youth meetings. ,Out of town visitors at the services Holy Communion' -First Sun thank all participants and persons DAWKINS, The Painter
orville spentthe weekend with the T, : day. 11:00: .-m.; Third Sunday responsible for a collection of over '
Mrs R: been visiting Rev. and Mrs. r pjn. Evening Worah r/8 p.m. I : were Mr and Mrs. J. H. '" t.
T "Brian '
and chih '::SO Lm.Wednesday100 414 South Sli
;drenU": JJ. g.. Tomlinson and BrookinS.Mr. W Tatums. Miss. Elizabeth Ta- A nursery is provided for pre McEachern of Keystone Heightsand Choir $26 which was divided on 60-40 f ,
and Mrs. Harold Simpson tum returned with Miss Callaway ,school children ''at' both services Mrs,, Gladys Lawa of Mtarnj < pjo. basis for this project Mrs. Elouise ; r.r
;:Mls. VerbJe'Harrell were in Jack- Practice;: 11pm.: Litany and .
.sonvine Jest and children: of Jacksonville were ,for a visitThere ;each Sunday. The Sermon topic Pastor J. T. Quigley conductedthe Bible' Hawkins faithful member of the 't- >

Boatdrain Monday shopping. visiting Mrs. Mora Clark 'over will be a special service 1 for the morning service, will beThe''Chrikian Gideon service at the jail as- Study. l I.I church sends greetings from Ger-
their Church held the weekend. at the Methodist Church on Home.' sisted by Rev. C: E. Dibble of 1'FIRST many where she is residing with Asphalt Driveways
Baptism at Lake CHRISTIAN'CHURCH :
Kivgsley _
Rev. B. W. Sweat gave the In- Fathers Day, honoring the fath-I' Tuesday, monthly business and Penney Farms. her husband and family Deacon
Sunday?:afternoon., Six were baptized At the conclusionof Cor.:CaD & Christian Streets the
termediate Sunday 'School classa ers and: sons. : meeting of the Woman's Hosea Hawkins is proud \ ,
andrBeulah Church 1 program, ? ,
having I their picnic and swim party last services there will be a covered i 'Society" of :Christlan Service, 10 GRACE METHODIST CHURCH Bob L. Badiett Minister father of this couple Ranell '

:arrived. baptism when' we week at Kingsley Lake. dish luncheon. Every one 'Wishing ;Lm ,:. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worship I English, reporter. STARK ;:ASPHXJT
to the to attend Is invited. I .Grace Methodist Church of m.1 1 t
We extend our sympathy and and Communion. a.
The WMTT Brotherhood ando Warren ,!. Wednesday, Meeting Lawtey will hold a special --Fath COMPANY,
Dixon Family, may God bless Marvin and :daughter Choir RALPHS DRIVE INReal
1 Bible study 8 Chi Rho 5 p nu Practice.
A'K held their meeting Tuesday them and comfort them at this Lynn of Jacksonville, were guests"ofMr. j pm. er's Day service Sunday morning Pit barbecue will be on 213 S. Cherry SJfc
'.night at ,Thursday Cottage prayer'group 6 p jn;. CYP. 7 oil :
.8 p. m. tim and Mrs. J. E. Warren on June 19, at 11 a. m- p. sale at Ralph's Drive In duringthe
Mrs. George, Sikes of Jacksonvffle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sheffield of Sunday. meeting- at 9 aon., and Chancel The service will be known as Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. JlewTndning summer starting Friday, June Phone WO 9.2Q1:
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. last'I II choir rehearsal "at:7:30 p.m. Father's.and Son's Day and. fath-
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors Miss Enza Blanchard spent for Service. 17. Ralph Williams and sons in 'VT(
;)B. W. >Sweat, was a, visitor in 1 asked to 'to church
ers are cone
:ai church Sunday. I week in Lakeland where., she attended charge. Plan now to stop by and :
church Sunday' morning. Mrs. B. W. Sweat Mrs. Robert i the Florida Methodist CHURCH. OF! !, CHRIST that Sunday and bring their sons Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCH get a sandwich at this shop next Evening *;
Rev. and Mrs. B. W, Sweat of with them and sit together dur- Phone WO 4-1583
Cameron and Mrs. Frances Cam- Annual Conference; Sunday: Bible classes. 10 ajn..; Sunday School: a. m.: Morning to. the Reno Theater on Pine St. .
-.Jacksonvillehave moved their eron visited Mrs. Jossie Lee Rev and Mrs. Gross of 'Jack- .Assembly Worship with the Lord's ing the 'service. Worship 11 a. 'm. Training (adv.) -.71-;
trailer to"tbe'ehurch, grounds and After( the service the ladies of I 1I 1- .
Aus- sonville visited Mr. and'Mrs. G. Union 6:45 Worship
Woodcock and Mrs. Minnie Supper, ll.ajn.;. Evening -Assembly : p m. Evening
will stay there over the week- tin, Sunday afternoon.The I> Sapp one day last week. the churchill serve a covereddis11 -
'ends and of the time Worship 6:30 p.m. fi00; p. m. Midweek Prayer
part as the
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams, dinner \ta church annex
to do more visiting with members. next Mass meeting will be Tuesday; Ladies Bible class 7 tn.honor of the fathers and their Service.Wet. ssday 7:30 p. m.
at Deaden Baptist Church Thurs- son, Donny, and Mrs. Williams' Is Your Driving Record Good?:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cameron day night, June 23rd at 8 pjn.. brother, Joe' Allender of Lake .pjn. sons.. Everyone'welcome. I

and Mr.'Cameron's mother, Mrs. Our bus will leave from the City; spent Sunday with the Hu-, Wednesday, Bible classes 7:30 Fathers,who,''do not have sons ,, *
France* Cameron and Rev. and"Mrs. bert Priests pm. Bill Simmons, preacher. at.home should bring another lad < ,
church at .7 p.m. I I i. -
B'Wa': Teat of Jacksonville Boatdrain Baptist Church Mr and Mrs. Eugene Pearson "Come, let us .reason together: and' be a temorary dad. a.m. with Supt. Henry Bryant in '

were guests of Mrs. Minnie Aus- Sunday school 10 a. m.. Morning and Johnny entertained their TTTTTTTTTTTTlNEWS .....TYTTT.TY Y..Y..T. ....Y..... charge; morning worship at 11 I HAVE YOU HAL):f

ten and Mrs. Josie Lee Woodcock Worship, 11 a. In:. Training guests Mr; and Mrs. Donald I ajn.'music; by choir No. I, Mrs.. x

Sunday UnIon. 7 p..m.EvenIng Worship, Flick of Indianapolis, Ind. and OF INTEREST TO COLORED .Bertis Robinson vice-president in:' CLAIM WITHIN \*

Mr; and; Mrs; Thomas O'Brianand 8 p., m. Prayer meeting, Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frick of CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY charge;: 7 p.nt. evening worship

children and Mrs. Bill Har- day night, 7:30 p. m. Pastor, Rev. Starke, ,with a barbecue dinner with special Father's Day observ-. MONTHS? .-'
yell, were in Gainesville last week, Welcome. Saturday. ance and guest, Carnation Club .
B. W. Sweat. Everyone '
41 attended the mass meetingat Danny Waters spent last weekat By Ozora, Shell members, Mrs. W. Brooks, president J. "

Br oker.Churt Thursday, May iA.AAAA.AAAA..AAAJ.AAAAAl.AAJIAWTEY Bible School. 'Camp in Polk A&&A. .Ai. .&... .A. .. All members and friends are .
.19, and won the attendance banner ---- .
: qualified Christian volunteers
i plus -
from Boatdrain Church City.Mrs. Math Bradford County: College Ron: worship;; 1 pjn. dinner on the y See Ua Fpr A V..
\ _Hattte of Tampa Pupils of Bradford County .
grounds of the church 3:30: ,. 'I
I : pjn.
Now ,that the Revival Is over,, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. The following have who have earned this trip to

wq 'will start our building pro- V. R. Reddish, for' the past week. identified themselves persons with college! battle surprise of music program which; 7:30 will feature pm., a camp'.are 'asked to send in their REDUCED PREMIUM OF 30%>
to enlarge the main build By Enza BlanehardA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA4A
gram Misses Mary Beth Warren of in the state of Florida which include registration slip so that plans can
the Gospel Echoes of Jacksonville,,
ing, build rest rooms put t Leesburg, Frances Stanton of Miami be completed for their transpor-
*AAi Edward Waters, Florida
in running water and rewire the and Singing Trumpets, and others. If You Have Had No Claim
Gerl Drawdy of Holly Normal and Industrial Memorial, tation.rThe: camp schedule is July I .
Plan to attend
church so the Preacher can have The Women's Society of ChristIan of Miss now homecoming :
Hill weekend
were guests Florida A & M University and Be 11-16. You are asked to be at
and water for his trailer.. .Service met at the Methodist. activities this Saturday and Sunday
lights Mary Ann Motes at the home of thune-Cookman. Starke* bus station at 5:45: a.m.
graduates -
The men of the church will do, Church Tuesday afternoon. AMissionary her grandmother, Mrs Effie are: Dorcas Fou..year Franklin, Jimmie Scott! ,in Lawtjey.; .Fla. Beatrice sharp on Monday. July 11, to return Nobody But Nobody Under Sells
the work and the ladies will fix. program was led by Miner.. The four girls have gone : reporter. on Saturday about 5:15 p.m.
Moore and James Edmund, Long,
After the Allen. Chapel A. M. E. Church
for the while theyare Mrs. George Roberts. .
men to New York for a vacation.Mr. Parents are asked to mail the
usual business session the meet-' with honors. Seniors for 1960-61: ,Rev. L. A. Sampson will hold
working. and Mrs., Wesley Harvey Betty Jean Jenkins and Rosebud camp registration right 'away.Ebenezer CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENcY
regular Services all
ing adjourned. day
Mr and Mrs. Rex Brookins and and children of Jacksonville Baptist Church
Kittles. Juniors for next term:
children of Cocoa: have been Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly, visited M '$., Harvey's grandparents starting with Sunday School at I Rev.E.; D. Robinson, pastor, will
Johnson Robertha Scott and
Mary ,
visiting Mr. :Brookins' parents, Mrs. George Roberts and Miss Mr. and Mrs Carl Prevatt, 10 aum. Assistant .Supt. Fannie hold regular services on Sunday 131 S. Walnut St. Phone WO .4.0121
Pev, and Mrs. Orville' Brookins,. Loraine Priest attended the wedding Thursday ;and Friday of last Emma Louise Kelly. Sophomores: Belle Frazier in charge A specialFather's with Sunday School at 10 I
Jimmie Scott, Helen Bright, Gen starting
in Hampton.Rev. of Rev. Sanford Mayo and week. Day program has been "
elle Lewis, Joan Jenkins, B. T.
and Mrs. ,R. T. Williams Miss Alma Dovell in the First Mrs., O. J. Phillips and Danny planned by the youth of the .
Morris, Mary Helen White and,
and children of Jacksonville were Presbyterian Church at Ocala. have returned after a two weeks church at which time all fathersof
uiilting Mr, and Mrs. Thomas O'-,I Rev. Mayo is a former pastor of visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fate Jackie Lane-Huff. Mrs. Evelyn the community will be honored. o
Kittle, wife of Archie Kitties ol f i
Redd and family at Macon, Ga. The general pubic is invited to attend 4 wn K .
-, While there, they attended the Lawtey, will complete her college< ,at 3 pjn. Remember our.sick SqIp ,

graduation of Felman Redd from work in physical, education 'dur and shut-in members. Junior w < $ _
when needRELIABLE .
you ing the summer. If there are other (
church meeting each Monday at
R. O. T. P, Military SchooLMr. p
and Mrs. Ralph Wise were graduates or students enrolled in 5 p.m.: Girl Scout meeting each

visiting relatives ,in Alabama last various colleges, ,please contact Thursday night at; 7:30: pjn. room e _

GAS SERVICE week.r Ralph's' father, W. J- Wise, your editor. Persons-who will, en- 22, R.J.E. E. J Givens, reporter.
roll in the fall.are asked to do the
came home with them to spend New Bethel Baptist Church'
'THINK OF SLADE GAS some time. same so :.we may keep your'friends Reb. A. B., Vensin pastor, will _

Mr. and Mrs. o. J Anders visit- and neighbors informed with pridein holdregular pastoral service on

ed their daughter and son-in-law, your county paper. Sunday starting with, ,Sunday ;'

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, in ,Fiesta ,,ClubPresident School In, the youth, building at. :aai. v w a
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR m- Ethel is 4
Jacksonville on Friday.; Young ,vacat- 9:30: a JQ. Supt.Mflton Ellerson in I II _

PHONE WO X1.8561'REVIVAL Mrs. 1,. H. Hill, Mrs. A. H. Harley ioning .in Miami, Florida with relatives charge;' morning' worship at 111 mil') Y r Y _
Mrs. F tug Miner and Miss, and friends according to I a.m.L evening worship at 7 p.m.Music .! .r ?
Enza Blanchard were visitors of her daughter, Evelyn. She plansto : will be furnished by choir ; iS iSx

Mr: !and Mrs. Hallie Jones and I return after a period that may No. 2, Mrs. Margaret D Sue, '

family at St. Augustine on sunday extend into next month. The regu president. All members and friends q w

MEETINGAT afternoon., ,. lar meeting of the club will beheld are invited ,to attend all of these .

Rev; WestJey Mosley .of Bald- I on Friday June 17, 8:30: p.m., services. Pauline Marshall, report- nl.'r
at 1109 Pine Street with vIce
win was guest speaker at .
president Clarence' DeSue' in er.Camp WoOdrestThe m *- W' *V
Baptist Church Sunday.. i i Here the Gulf Tire buys in Every Guff tin
are greatest
Mrs: Effie'Miner spent several charge. All members are .asked to 'Camp, which is conducted years

days'last week with Mr. and Mrs.1)) please "attend, as business of importance -I by the Children's Bible Mission,, in every size is available at big new savings during ouf.Kg .

J11eJ.eve1: Baptist Church Frank. Wells and daughter Nina must be transacted.-.I P. O.. Box 98, Polk City, Fla., is New Gulf Tire Sale!

: at Leesburg. i Cummings, reporter. I held. at Camp Woodrest near ----..

Miss Betty Scarbrough and I Carnation Club Auburndale, Fla: The facilities are _

DR. R. D. ENGLE children of Jacksonville were I The, Carnation Club will visit I approved by the Health Department %
: '
: guests of the Pearson on Sunday. Ebenezer Baptist Church on Sun-' and a Registered Nurse and

.::, '\ EVANGELISTJUNE .?::\ day June 19, at which time a Life. Guard will be, on' duty. The .
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION special Father's Day service Will camp staff )is composed of Florida
5 \
OF PARTNERSHIP t be observed at the church.} Al Children's ,Bible fissions workers 5

Notice is hereby given that the members are asked to plan to at- 5

Partnership between [Mrs.1 Marta tend. Mrs. W. Brooks, president is
26 THRU JULY 3 Tolford and [Mrs. Jean Fox I asking all members to participatein : I

co-partners: doing business as the first annual outing at Lake 5

7:30 P.M. "MARTAJEAN'S CODITOREI Magnolia on Saturday...Plenty ot f 1HEM ,

and RESTAURANT" on Lawrence i refreshments and fun. A. R. i / '
\allthe wa ru / / r
t- ,
Boulevard in Keystone Heights, I Jenkins, reporter- tI lS

Florida has been dissolved.Mrs-] ;:; Marriage Announcement I
Marta Tolford is 'no longer con; : The 'marriage' of> Shirley Marie tj i "S

netted with said business and, ]Ii McCullum to Edmond Johnson of j
EVERYONE WELCOME henceforth, will not be responsible Lawtey will be 'solemnized': i
for any obligations incurred jFROSTPROOF j Sunday;; Jane 19, at 5 pm. at New iI I -I

Bethel A.M.E. Church in White Ia

I Springs. The reception will be
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ai >- > -- -: ," held at 6 p.m. at the, home of .Mr
iooil! How you can .- and Mrs.' E. W Graham White MAICOHearing

I ILUJ 13.1 CU. FT. FROST PROOF Springs. Invitations have been sent'

r to relatives and friends of the Glasses

. IJIYNTHE/JBT FfflGIBMREfiI ) I bride and groom elect. Miss Me- Natupd lookine as regular glasses. Gulf Cushion Tif

Cullum is second grade teacher New in colon designs indslimmer
I at Consolidated School in Lake bows. Select from newest frame THE
Deluxe 2-Daor Combination
!! LOWEST-PRICE!! Butler. Edmond. Johnson isa'na- or use Jour present glasses. -.. -
eptM Stnka H Main Mortal Ousts
tive of Bradford County. M&M. Mly' dMMfk.ft*(ptiol......
Master m Elementary EducationDr.

: TRADESUP Shaw, Dean of the Graduate Mr. R. C. PAULK -

ri 4I 9I1 UP TOg School of Florida A & :M. XJni- $ 9 5 O Wide flat tread d

versity, has, informed Mrs. Irene Hearing Aid Consultant '

: -j $100.00 Colden Jelson that she has com- From ..

pleted all requirements for ..the w Non-skid design

Master of Education Degree and MAIC.QHearing
it will be conferred at. the convocation ;

I I I Why Settle For Automatic t.C afrostIn jf' in August. Mrs. Jelson! has Service Black.. sidewall, tube-typo.

Now you can.own gsnuliii FfljliUlff taught Special EducattM'in Bradford ,. ... ... / .

I Frost-Proof"refrigerator-freeur-np County ,for the, past eight Size 670J 5", plus fox and( recappable f IroJt-S....
frost at in.No frost to bid packages '., years and has done a very excellent 319 Professional Bldg.

No frost to Jam ici trays.No enrolling' |- job. She may be reached for .5 Jacksonville, Fla-

lOOJffBj comment during .the summer

t I 2365 9th Avenue.South, St. Peters .
U' A. Frti-frsif ZItI >sflFnaar "
burg Fla. .Hats off to another
E Fill Be In Starke Monday,
? top .
member: of the Bradford Count ,
2 f trcaUia taassl (IIdf4tet Bj-. Teachers Association who has June 20 AtDrug -

drafts entered "Rank IT ? staff re- '

.IIIDf,33belf Stlnp Dnr-em porter. Koch's Store

o !mea fold Facbft skill Church NewsBOMECOJUNG

New fcitttie Daw soak! WstaH JN LAWTEY' Come in for' a FREE hearing

tfca vay anwl The' annual homecoming sponsored .. test and demonstration,' 'or

Feminine by ML Zioi\ AJ E> Churcl l Phone WO 4-4401 for an appointment .
Plus.t.Newt -
in Lawtey will begin Saturday,
in home. II
: your
"Sculptured Sheer Look" June 1&. at ,5:30 p.m. with thEsack
racer 8 p.mv the Devil Wed: you,, want good hearing plusr
r good understanding, with NG
ding; Saturday 10 a.m, 'Sunday
School with.SUpt. Linwood Craw. STATIC, try MAICO.

ford ,in charge 11 a.nyt morning ...
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STARKE RADIO I & TV in said business. 'TOE' BIGHT POttrt' tt ..... Get New Safe Gulf Tires New at Big Savings! ]
'S. bud
:. .Marta Tolford way. yoa write. .Come stect '
Keystone your ta omo'DK: BOOB }i NEAREST DEALER ,
Heights Florida SEE ,YOUR GULF

; 311-E....CALL..- ST. .STARKE. ,. ;JfLA. June-13. 1960. ; Fom tJw It**. 'rm.F..GRAPB, I lo.L""Ir' '.

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