Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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___ __ Keystone Moves Sulphur Taste In Water th County

: i :. __ _ ;.Again To Keep I Gets Stink From Citizens ,I Wry Vote

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| July 26Union
I !!' Sherlock SharpLawmen Slow But Sure'Construction The City Council decided Tuesday ,

: L4:1M' i -- M HH MMl MMMM HH B I night, in the race of many '

1 In another move to k--ep t Highway :: core p3ains. to find out what can i CountY'S wet-dry election

Ih -- ,* ': patrolman W. R. Harvey, j] Decipher :: On ,\be dcne about the sulphur water]: has been set for July 26 by the
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from being transferred Keystone m the city's new $22,000 well. j County Commission.The .
4 i Five Break-Ins I I'i 301 More Than "
: } City Clerk Commission
.; : b __ :: Merrill Edwards em- set the date
; ,1 residents are signing a Petition\ I
:' i phatically told the last June 11 after
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-. ,. 4::0 be sent to Director of Safety'i j In_ Recent SeigeThe Hall Complete !jif he had received one complaint,I ing a petition from the supervisor

i Col. H. N. Kirkman. I I :,; he had received 150. Edwards was |I of registration, Mrs. Beatrice

I I BUS Principal. Hugh Ingrain (left) and County School i Pete Rivers, who is circulating Sheriffs' Department and !!I Workmen on the construction of : 'authorized to contact the city en- Courson. certifying: that the
Supt. Harmon 1*, Morgan seem worried about the weather Friday ;gineering firm of names of 579
: Smith qualified freeholders
U.S. 301 263 working j
j the petition, estimates, that 'i it will 1 l City Police have solved five cases I Il f fin I have completed j
Dispite Plea afternoon before the dedication of the new auditorium. days out of 323 alloted! them j\ and Hill in Jacksonville and have appeared thereon. This was well
contain three ,10 four hundred l the seige of break-ins that,I them
The rain fell that night to substantiate all their fears and ai'oresulted in their contract according to O. j into the situation. in excess of the 440 names re-
For in State School Supt. Thomas 1>; Bailey addressing names Rivers said the petition l- Starke merchants' have been suffering L Mizell, resident engineer of the j The complaints have been comjing 'quirfd by state law to hold the

LeniencyHarry numerous empty eats. :ftI would be mailed by Friday, June in recent weeks. I i I State Road Department. !i! i from the west half of town, election. .
24. Sheriff Edwards stated. He said he had I August 16 was the original date
Armstrong Anthony, 71yearold Deputy Dolph Reddish Mizell reported that 63 per cent j J
Starke surveyor was said that officials! are getting of the money alloted for the job 'not received'a single complaint I, set for the election but the Commission -

sentenced Tuesday in a Duval I Auditorium Symbol Of Other StepsIn Actually, Rivers stated, ,there: much better at solving pettyI has been spent. He also stated I from a, resident east of Walnut { was forced to set it. up
are copies of the Street.
County Court to serve from six petition, I crimes such as these since so that the base material (limerock- I i when it was df< ww>r w1 that this

months to seven years in prison 80 ,that it can be prepared fasterand i many have been 'occurring. Oft ins! anj priming of the limerockl I Why the complaints come from I was more than 60 days after th-;

fo( manslaughter.An School S Building Program BaileyState more people can sign it One I I t fleers; are much better now at is 78 per cent complete. The roadis one part of town and not the petition was received. State law

appeal bond was ;set at : : copy Rivers said, has been sent Devaluating k evidence left at the completely primed from Law- other puzzles Street Supt. S. R. I requires that wet-dry elections be

|3,000. I to Florahome :i I scene of the crime, he said. I I tey to Highland, he said. Hicks. He says the water pump- held within 60 days after receipt

upon request of Th f11'st.two. cases solved were The engineer also stated ed by all three wells owned by I j of the petition.
Criminal Court Judge: William Superintendent of j other steps in the building of: residents there. that the
T. 'Harvey. denied a motion for a Schools Thomas D- Bailey was this county's school program"; I break-ins one of Stern's Texaco I I finishing the road would be a matter city carry the water to the I f Ballot form in liquor electionsis
I Mayor M. L. Beasley also is: .Station and one at the office of I of same "water tank. A common also rigidly prescribed by state
I more money and materials I
new trial and then sentenced I the principal speaker at the dedication -r. Bailey said "It is investment
Anthony after hearing a last of Bradford High School's that will be very valuable in the: mailing a resolution to Co. Kirk I Dr. Pete G. Felos were solved by than work. pipe to Hicks says, carries the water -1 law. Two questions appear on each

minute plea for leniency by Attorney new $169,000 auditorium: last Friday next 20 years." man, signed by the entire Key. the Police Department.Two Mizell also said that a crew off the ground where it branches I ballot. The first asks the elector

Lex!*<:Jreeiu night, June 17. In referring to the of stone City Council. Beasley said juveniles both 13 were apprehended averaging from 40 to 50 men is in two directions, one end I to vote yes or no as whether

Green filed petitions which he "This symbolizes all of the passage the resolution would also be mail for the break-in at working on the road, with about serving one side of,'town and the the county shall be wet or dry.
said carried the of the school bond issue which pro- ed Friday. Stern's on June 16. Both boys 10 extra when lime is being haul- opposite: end the other side. The second asks if the elector prefers -
400 local some Cattlemen And vided funds to build the audi are now in the county jail ed. Why then, asks Hicks, do not the liquor to be sold by bottle
"all Beasley has
testifyingto high
persons? hopes for the await-I residents
the good character: and proper torium, Bailey said the people of petition, recalling that in the ing trial. One of the I in all parts of town or be permitted by drink as well.
Farm 'taste
Bureau was charged with entering Dr.Felos' sulphur? I A vote must be cast on the first
citizenship of the defendant in the Bradford County deserve com early-40's residents of Gainesville I Legion Baseballer's The Council
office June 16. also discussed the
20 years he's been In our midst." Meet JointlyThe mendation for following the leadership were successful in retaining a I'!]paving of Pratt question or the entire ballot la
Only petty items were stolen! Street commencing -I thrown out
Several prominent names appeared of school 'officials in pass- well-liked patrolman by means of: Overwhelm Melrose ;[i i at Orange
Bradford County Cattle- such as a flashlight, a pencil and I and going To some the two questions
on the petition including ing the bond issue.; The act demonstrated a petition when e was scheduled I west to appeared
.men's Association and the Farm 'to be |a carton of eggs'from Felos' office In One-Sided TiltStarke's [ Saratoga' Heights. The ; contradictory and it was
the, names of a state senator, a that the' people havea transferred. I city at one time had
Bureau and a small quantity of an agreement this confusion
S will hold a joint meeting money that caused the
deep faith in the education Harvey is '
state representative a bank president ; of scheduled to be trans i with the II
fend< beef and ome miscellaneous items from I owners of the court action after the 1958
clerk of Circuit Court and supper Friday night, their children he said. ferred to the Indian River sectionof Junior Legion base- I]Parkwood Subdivision wet-

the chief of police, Green!1. recommended -, June 24, in the American Legion Bailey also said that the audi- the state on July I, if efforts stem's.' bailer's bowled over Melrose 19 I j i in? of the 'street, but on the the pav- I dry election. Although the courts
to Two break-ins also occurred to 4 on Monday, June 13 owners .. ruled the drys victorious In the
that Anthony receive a Hall.Cliff torium represents 'COOperative retain him are not successful. i behind ]have not yet taken
suspnded sentence.: Alston, specialist in farm action of people all over the coun Both Beasley and Rivers emI I Monday, June 20. when the Brad- the pitching of Lamar Williams The Council 'decided to any bear action. 1958 election, appeals by the wets
record keeping, will speak 'on the ford Furniture Corp.. north of and the hitting of Bill with kept liquor stores opea until June
On June 3 a jury found Anthony ty. It will be a community audi- phasized that they bear no ill I. Jackson. I 11 the situation a while
longer until
guilty of manslaughter! through and lead a discussion in the value torium as well as a :school auditorium will toward anyone. Both say! "that, Starke on 301 and the home of Williams was the winning City Attorney Arch Thomas 9 of this year.

culpable. negligence in the deathof of keeping farm'records. he added. Harvey is well liked in the com. Austin Fender, five miles west on pitcher while Jackson had a home I could investigate the matter., Jr. Attorney General Richard Ervin
Pat Miller, of the Cat- SR, 100 were, entered. run and two singles. gave an opinion that the two
president Richard years
a Negro laborer in a, colljsign I In opening th ceremony Brad- munity1 and has performed his j City Clerk Merrill Edwards .II
Two juveniles, aged 9 and 11, was
: between
between his car and a pulpwood. tlemen's Association, and Curtis t iford School Supt. Harmon ,P. duties very successfully;, it isuf6r i L Hobbs with three singles and I;authorized: ,to call for bids for wet-dry elections runs:
tr ck. <,, V 1 Marlowe, president of the Farm j I Morgan stated that the county these reasons, they said, that resi:. were charged with entering the Marshall Starling with two oneji j transistorized radio from election date to election date.

Anthonys ear swerved across Bureai. urge all members and 'finally I has a complete high dents would like to r iHarvey's Bradford Furniture Corp; Both baggers and one .two bagger also'I the city police cars equipment and! trucks.for |! There is a possibility, however,
their wives to attend this meeting. are now in county Jail awaiting excelled in the batting depart that a court might rule that two
the center line and CO1W1th! [Continued On Pace Six] services. ,Only two companies, Motorola! !
trial. The two boys stole a quantity ment. ; years elapse from the time the
the, oncoming pulpwood truck' and" General Electric
about dusk last October 28 on of candy from a candy The boys had Uo games, onlast all-tran.'Iistorized -I countywent dry. In this event
machine. Friday June 17 equipment, drys could hold off
and an election
U. S. 9fl. three miles east of Bald Monday, Edwards said.EdA'arda I
win. Elmore Kyle Graybeard., 17, and a juve- June 20, rained out. They will be 'until June 9, 1962,
Asberry a! nile aged 16. were charged with made up later,with two double- also' stated that the I Meanwhile. the Red Barn, a
Negro, was thrown from Civil
the Defense
Department has
cab ,Arid :"cnwhed Jy :&he.,.joa of., ,;cf. ...- entering the;"', Fender' Tiome. These .headeis,(' iQkajed; >, specifications -tht t colored establishment.vfirfnKirf* whlchhad if'-rf .
"" _l 1 .,- fwo.-tilso; : re -awaiting W.In I'' Sied kfortbinweek; ; I'I thilraTheer UQensey.remains
wood .when"the ;; -f- : equipment open
truck and
turned on. 'coufl'jaiL will pay half the
the The' Sheriff'sDepartment :
its..side" after the Impact. .c. : c ? -'- Friday June 24/1 Starke vs. cost tf'beer in case, lots
latter two
solved the .
Johnson. have increased Other
I notably.
The: truck driver and -another F 1 caseV. I 'The Council accepted a low bid
Monday, June 27, Starke at of establishments may re-open If
passenger escaped serious injury, The fifth B & ,E case to be ]eystone.[ 2077.50 from Terwillegar they obtain licenses which
as :dld Anthony. Motors for a new Ford truck forthe ,
solved this week all attempt '
was '
Tuesday=' June 28, 'Waldo at the sale of beer only.
Testimony brought out at the'trial I gas department. It also I
ed break-in at Leila's Dress Shop j Starke. : <<<
by Assistant Duval County Eas Call Street in, Starke, at I' authorized Gas Supt. Ocar::; Davis j t
i .:i GIft \ I Wednesday.. .June 29, Starke at
: to look
Solicitor' Louis O. Frost Jr. show- 2'"a.m.; Tuesday, June 21. Leroy j w aldo. into the matter of purchasing AcivccForTeenage

ed that Anthony was drunk and Davis, a 40-year-old Starke Negro,f ; overload springs for the I
his car left the pavement everal ,. I _ caught red-handed by I truck. Job 'f:
; was/ PoliceS low Pitch SoftballFirst .
times before it swerved into the Clerk Merrill Edwardsfas
_ man Millard Jordan while prying '
truck. Anthony claimed he was iron bars loose from a window Christian authorized to begin paying thecity's ApplicantsWith

blinded by the truck's lights. in back of the dress shop. from took a forfeit half of the mosquito con-

Anthony has served two previous Davis was taken to the city I Presbyterian in the only trol cost, which amounts to $5-
action( in the Slow Pitch Softball the close of
000, in monthly installments. Edwards schools many
terms for
jail breaking and jail, but soon broke out and was'picked I
entering; he was sentenced to 15 J __ up again when some I League last week. was also authorized to be- teenagers over Florida eagerly
This put Pine Level Baptist on gin paying $2.500 to the seek vacation period jobs to gain
yean in 1919 and to 20 yeats in t policemen happened to ride by monthly
top of the l league with four wins
1932 in Miami. the jail just as Davis was leaving.II end I bank against the improvementloan valuable work experience and earn
one defeat against the Presbyterians the city acquired to pave their own spending money.
Judge Harvey could have sentenced -.-. .__. __3__. Police Chief Riley Sweat said
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Anthony to a maximum of
20 years, in "the manslaughter New Patrq Station To 1 1said the jail. Two cell;doors were left The Sat.,schedule June 25 for this 6 week is: The Council purchased a tow' Chairman James T. Vocelle pointsto
Begin ,
charge. U der "the indeterminate I Operation. July I unlocked Sweat said, to allow p.m. First year advertisement in the new two .significant facts about

sentence, the Parole Commissionwill prisoners to walk from one side Christian vs. Pine Level Baptist. j,city directory for the price of summer employment for young
determine how much of his Patrolman A. S. Mauldin standsin the new station is one of Hancock stated that the new of the jail to the other. The front Mon., June 27 6 p.m. First '$45. The ad runs a full page. people. He said figures show that
front (the Florida Highway the most modern and well equipped station will eliminate "dead" Presbyterian vs Pine LeveL
sentence Anthony will serve. new a door lock was broken by Davis, "- [Continued On Page 6] more young people work during
Patrol station which will begin in the state. area and that patrolmen in Brad- the summer than any other time
After sentence was passed, Defense who officers said is an exception- -
Attorney Carl Swanson operation Friday July ,1. I During the open:'house, Hancock ford County win be able to keepin ally strong man. : during the year. ,
Open house will be held Thursday -I said, all equipment will be 'constant contact with a station Vocelle pointed out that minor*
asked .
Judge Harvey to declare with attempted
June 30 and the public is operating for the to at all times. Davis was charged
: public see. Heretofore, who find a Job must first obtain
Anthony insolvent so the state entering r rT1t
invited to tour the station. High- However, the station will not troopeis in the county. hare been breakingand employment certificates before
could the 'costs;of combined bond
pay His
an appeal. and escape.
Th, judge refused when Anthony way Patrol Cant C. W. Hancock ooerate officially until July 1. f>n their own.Accident. was set at 3500. < they can go to work for an employer -,

testified that he is receiving an Rites in most occupations.
I Raymond Starke r '
income of $1,500 to $2,500. anually. : Negress Most employers are aware of

I'ft' I Set For Thursday Good ConditionFour i Family Night's Top this, he said and last year a total
Gets 20 Years I of 134 Bradford County young

Woman Jumps George M. Raymond, 48. of local accident victims who I nders Chosen __-r j people were issued work certificates -
From a died Tues- were injured in the two wrecks on: Playgro | w-
Moving Car C-ulfport, Mississippi For Manslaughter' I from school authorities. Of
the weekend of June 11 and 12 _
cay morning, July 21. j Betty Ann Register, 11. and that number 78 were boys and 17

A Stark_ ? woman,. LaMe Mr.- Raymond was formerly have recovered following treatment Billy Hicks, 7, were chosen "},Ir. ;_ I were girls.
Roberts. 31. was treated tot cuts from Starke, but had! been away A husband and wife' argument' in the Biadford: County Hospital 1 I and Miss Playground of the ., :r Vocelle said there were 114 in

and.bruises at the Bradford County for approximately 20 years. Hew over a fishing, trip ha? cost a I Week*' last Friday at Family ___________ : : ,,, I age group 12 through IT in

Hospital as she left a'slowly the son of Qarrett P. Ray- i Starke negress 20 years of her These two accidents, killing one : Night at the Pratt Street Play- ____ -- school who worked part time or
moving car Sunday mond and Ruby McDonald. and injuring seven, were the last: ground. during vacations. And there were

The woman was InC Imediate survivors include: his life.LUar eerious wrecks to happen in theounty4 ,19 in the 16 and 17
passenger Littles,' 67. was' sentencedto I A:"Mr. and Miss Playground of year age
IMS' Chrysler driven by W. R. wife Roberta Raymond; two the Weekwffl be chosen by the : group who had dropped oat of
20 in prison iait':Thurs Two of the injured Gerald L
Duke years ,
32/of :
JaeksonviUe.The car brothers, G. P. Raymond, of playground directors each week school who got certificates.
was traveling east on: SB 16 at Ftarke. and Edward C. Raymondof day. June J6. by Circuit' Judge Wayne Crosby 21, and Mead C.:i, at Family Night. Selection will I "The most basic requirementsof

the city limits when she-"opened, Annaplis. Nova Scotia. George L. Patten ,in a Bradford Lewis, 25, have already been released -I be made on the basis of participation Howard Douglas, foreground, and County Agent George the Florida Child Labor Law,"

the, door '*n4<| jumped ouiOIling Services will ,be conducted by County court for the"fatal shooting -!l from the local hospital.: I. cooperation, and sportsmanship Huggins, standing in Douglas' field of eight foot high tobacco, Vocelle said "is that the youth-

about Duke 10 feet. I the Rev.- Lewis Haines and will of her husband Tobe. 6. on Crosby charge in faces the next a term manslaughter of Circuit according to Recreation- prove that Bradford County farmers can grow exceptional I ful employee applying for a Job
was charged with driving be in Jones Chapel at 4 have an and work certificates.
pjn. Director Bob Benner. At one time Douglas had this age
crops. given up on tobacco but
without a, license... Thursday: June 25. Burial is at election day, May 3.. j Court The two were injured in a The Gold Rush. rained out last found all the ioU needed was lime. I Obtaining the certificates from
Garden 10 Officers gave this account of wreck which occurred early Sat superintendents' offices is
Cemetery, miles northof week will be held, this Friday I county ,
,DiiPont Lake Geneva. DeWitt C, Jones the shooting- urday- morning, June 11, on SR t night. June 24, at 730. I quite simple and ,employers can

,- rangements.Funeral Hornets charge of ar robe and ,Lilar had been plan- 100.Two other accident victims**, ,1 Bradford County 1 1 tobacco r Praised I not first employ obtain a minors work who permit do not

Employees,Picnic Active pallbearers ,are: J. D. ning a fishing trip with a neighbor -J Ralph Darley, 36 ,of Lawtey, and Explanation ; Vocelle said'minors employed in
-Big Ida" Williams. Tobe Two tobacco specialists who will be a little late this due j
; Lavern [Mrs. Walker] Alvarez i, year
Doyle. H. H. Houston. Charles II domestic service or in farm work
JULY 2 25 of Starke in Last week's issue of. The Tele- have looked over the crop have to the dry weather and late
Darby, Donald McRae Orrie Wig. came home and found that LUar were injured an i during the hours when public
e.ccldent'which occurred graph contained a news item said this county has the best planting, Plants he said were
Sunday I
: on. I
gins6 and G. McMillan. had already bait session
M. Honorary dug for the trip. | schools are not in are
At ,." '. night, June 12, 'on SR 230 using the terms "pastor1 and "re- average tobacco this year in this l scarce at first because the people
pallbearers are: Frow Strick For some reason this touched off east of Starke. verend" In connection with the area including Alachua, Levy, I who had them would not sell I| exempt from the law except .to.j "

'KINGSLEYLAJE) \ land. Hogan, Smith. Abe Bessent, an firugment about who was 'go11 Both,are still recovering in the calling of Bill Simmons as the Gilchrist, Columbia Union, and i them until they had planted their I f j hazardous occupations.
} Charley: Johns Ed Torode and I i
ing with whom. and where.
preacher at the Church of Baker counties. .
own Plants
Near Bradford County Hospital, where crop. were plentiful I!: "
Officer ; :
Club-*..r George, Flyniv Sr.Turned ,Lilar told officers that Tobe they are listed in good condition. Christ. Shelby Brothers tobacco spec- I in the later part: of the season.:' Foggy Children .

-- gathered up his fishing gear and Parley had severe chest injuries Mr.,Simmons explains that the ialist with the Agricultural Extension -I he said. I Hard To See

This Space Contributed i: Tables! headed off by himself. He had and Mrs. Alvarez was suffering use ftheseterms1znotinkeepIng Service and C. A. Stra- I Due to the irregular setting of i iI'

I Weekly to Publicize started for the gate at their from a broken leg :and multiple with his belief and has stated ghn. tobacco field man for the 'plants, tobacco in the county I F Parents should caution their
The mouse caught the cat last t 11 home 928 Oak Street Then the that he his failure to I'
: truises regrets ASC, both have praised the tobacco ranges from full to half grown children about running in the
,Community Events by week when :County Judge T. A. woman cut him down with: a load make this clear when submittingthe crop in Bradford County. I Huggins said. Questionnaires are I fog behind the mosquito control

THE Yawn cited two beverage agents of, buckshot fired'tiom a bedroom Cemetery Working item for publication.In According: to County Agent Q. i being sent to farmers now by the I I It I truck stated Street Supt S. R.

COMMUNITY with contempt of court and fined i|window with a 12 gauge, single the Church of Christ. Mr. T., Huggins 109 farmers have tobacco t county agent's office to see when ffick.

them .$15 each. barrel shotgun. A cemetery working will be held Simmons said the word "'reverend" crops in the county this I the farmers want the tobacco Hicks said the children cannotbe

STATE BANK The revenuers found themselves Twelve shot entered the small oa 'Saturday, June 25, at the is reserved for use in referring year with a total of 256 acres, market to open. Huggins predicted seen well by motorists when

OF STARKE" in trouble when they,aopeared in i of Tobe's back killing' him '11\- Kingsiey'Lake Baptist Cemetery! ;to God. and the term pastor about the same as in the past few the markets would probably they are hidden by the dense tog

.. court an !Iouria.te.: ;after Yawn stantly, Deputy Sheriff ,Dolph. All workers are requested to bring is used interchangeably with elder years. open 'somewhat late, around when it first comes out of the
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had already dismissed, the jury. Reddish said. their pinch and tools. '
t .. and: bishop,,of which he is neither. Huggins reports that tobacco July 1. machine. '
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IJoL L Miss Janice Chesser spent' last home from a two w.eefcs visit with. ',Granddaughter; .vive.The funeral services were held! arid'Laudaa; Underwood of Red f j marriage of her daughter, Miss

weekend with Mr. and Mrs.: David f ier: brother-in-law; sister :Chief Osceofe InL&c&l il at 3p.m. Monday at little Springs j I Sulphur Springs. W. Va., were] Carolyn Je8Jt, Starling, to. Bobby
LaWson in Auburndale. Mr. and Ml*. GAy Iyatln preen united in marriage at the High Jame%Griffin son ofMr and,Mrs.James. .
I : Howe Twining entered the, (Cove Spring.rufcaasenr. :Baptist. Church near Worthingtonwith !I land Baptist Church on Sunday 0riffis-'Rsiford
medical center in Gainesville.! >BJOI cf Mtf Hosju'f et Rev. Johnny McCall officiat- afternoon June 19. The ceremony.'I' The, wedding, baa been set, for

Thursday. \\i:Senior l Sfcchiaar -: tFurnltuTt DenmrkI 1 J ing. ,Burial was 'hi Ellzey Cemetery was performed by Rv, George Saturday afternoon* June 25> at
IN TilE NEW' II Nelson. Sellers is in Alachoa >! 1 l <5o. tf Mrs..Xargaret'Carter; now 92. Williams-Thomas FunEral Chism. The couple will reside- nt I Churchf Frienda
General Hospital for observation. i Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas had Indian Highland. t tGriffb. tI Highland*Bafltfst
of the ,
the granddaughter ; .Home- of Gainesville
...._-_________._____. N. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb!:::as guests last week her mother. : Chief Osceola is in the Bradford handlingthe tartbt* I I and rda# es are i iny$ Mo,,attend,
!and family spent Sunday in Jack-':3 Mrs. H. H. Joiner of Winter Garden : County Hospital. arrangements. 4 Mrs. Pearl Starling announces'' the wedding;

Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mrs. Nate 1 Nancy Struth and Jean Vickersare sonville with Mr. and Mrs. J. R, n ,and Mrs. W. B. Spell and Mrs. Carter who is suffering I Pallbearers,were Marcus Howard -,

Dyal Miss Madge Middleton. and visiting Nancy's aunt Mrs. Weldon in celebration of the Me- ':son. Ben of Orlando. from congestive heart failure is''! ,,Robert Clyatt, James Mancil, ;
Miss Della Rosenberg spent from Pearl Whitnee in Deland. j Comb's wedding\ anniversary and i Miss Mary Lou. Edwards spent eldest ; Clarence
the daughter of Osceola's Arley Nesmith. Rogers I The Illn$ol .The
Wednesday through Sunday in Mr. and.Mrs. G. J. McGnff Sr. i!Father's Day. last week with her uncle and child. Her father: was. a judge in and Amos Howard. Due To ;
Miami attending the Florida Fed- and G. J. McGrif Jr. spent l last j Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Kin- Couisa Virginia where Mrs. Car-I Dukes belonged to Primitive

eration of Business and Profes- week in Racine. Wis., where they I j I Jr. and family of Bethlehem. Pa. chen on Santa Fe Lake. ter was bom in 1868. Osceola had i Baptist Church. Pastor, Rev. W. E; Hall j
sional Women's Club Convention. attended the marriage of Patrick :will arrive Monday: for a' week's Ii j i Mrs. Jack Parker and daughter.
other children Mrs. Carter recalls j
They were accompanied as far as :Thomas McGriff. :visit with his parents. Judge and 1 I Pam spent' seVeral days in Tampa but does not know what happened I CARD OF THANKSWe The Revival Meetingat
Melbourn by ,Mrs. W. E. .Middle- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman j|Mrs. E. K. Perryman. i ., Lakeland and Plant City last to them.

ton who spent the time visitingher I will attend the weddings" of Miss i, Mr. and Mrs- H. G. Jarrell and'week. They were accompaniedhome The last present Mrs. Carter wish to express to each one I
son and daughter-in-law ).Ir.1 Alita Tomlinson. daughter of Mr. I j(family of Jacksonville are guests] by Miss, Cheryl Parker. of she can remember receivingfrom our deepest appreciation for the I
and Mrs. E. L. Middleton. and Mrs. Laurie Tomlinson, in 1 this week\ of Mr..and Mrs. EdwardT. Lakeland who will spend two says six i lovely, floral arrangments and the PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
her grandfather was
Sineer sewing Machine Needlesat Jacksonville Saturday night. Prevatt.I weeks, with them. Indian dresses. Her name, Margaret kind and thoughtful expressionsof I I
Denmark ;Fnrnttor Co. tf Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss I Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of Mr.and Mrs. J. O.. Gay and I sympathy shown to us in our
has the Indian counterpartof Is Cancelled
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith returned -I Madge Middleton spent Tuesday I Ashville. N. C., enroute to Tampa famiiy leave Friday for a two recent bereavement.-The family, Being
home last week after i afternoon in Jacksonville with were overnight guests of, Sen. weeks camping trip'in.North Car- Majara. lived of Mrs. Susie Andrews. I
I She has never with Indi-t I I
spending some time in Opalocka Mrs. Mae Jones. and Mrs. Charley Johns. olina. They will also visit her
ans, Mrs. Carter since her ..i
with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- Tom and Julie Crawford of brother and aister-In-law Rev. nflYYY17AYVTYYRUtmI
father sent her to England to
Albert Stefanelli and sons of kins and daughters, Janelle and Gainesville visited their grand- and Mrs. George I* Colgin. in ,
school when a small girl. She I
Jacksonville, and Robert Stefa- Paula of Jacksonville spent Fath- parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.I Winston-Salem N. CT I I HIGHLAND
in England throughout her
nelli of Gainesville spent Father's I er's Day with Mr. and Mrs. W. Johns last week., Rev. and Mrs. L- D. Haines and
Day here with Mr. and Mrs. Hen- H. Nollman. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Long of Ft.!I family moved Tuesday to their schooling. She was studying medicine
I until her father became blind -By[ Debbie Phillips>>]
ry StefanellLMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel j Pierce spent Wednesday with Mr. home in Alamonte Springs.
before her last and it'was
R. R. Hut hings has returned had as weekend guests Mr. and (and Mrs. J. B. Jordan. Miss Lavora Capps has returned year 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAPreparation N
for her to hometo
to her home after being Mrs. W. P. Joyce of Tallahassee Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns it home from Brigham Young necessary come
confined to Bradford County Mrs. Jackson Burns of Atlantic and daughter Markley Ann spent i,University Prova. Utah. care for him. -- Day for Vacation
Hospital for 22 days after sur- City. N. J.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. last weekend in Orlando with I Mrs. Bertha Fuller left Wed- Since coming to Florida 37 Bible School was held Friday
years ago :when her husband a June 17,.Sixty pupils enrolled for
gery. H. Clark. Mrs. W. J. Olivenbaum. nesday for a month's visit with
Mrs. G. J. McGriff and daughter her sister Mrs. Grace poplin in paymaster for the Pennsylvania classes. The school will close on

I spent last week with her parents Duenweg. Mo. and, two brothersin Railroad retired Mrs. Carter has Friday, June 24, with commence-
RADIO DISPATCHED Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteithin Jay. Okla.., lived close to Bradford County. ment exercises on the same nightat
Ft. Lauderdale. : Miss Marie Chester returned to .She,and' her husband first lived 8 pjn. All parents and friendsare CASH
M :her home in Palatka Monday I hi Waldo. When! he died nine invited to attend the exercises.A .
SERVICI ., 'I Replace your old rewTnf machine after a week's visit with Mr; and years ago. she moved to Edgar picnic will be held on the Vvuro
belt with a new Staler Belt I between and Palatka,
Hawthorne Bible
tf Mrs. Frank Barker and son. church grounds for Vacation SuperetteOwned
Denmark Furniture Ce.
where she lives alone. I
[ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. powers now School pupils. parents and friendson
, I I .Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Gay of and family are spending the During her long life Mrs. Carter Saturday. June 25. A programof

Plant City spent the earlier part weekend with Mr. and Mrs: Ray has traveled over most of the activities is being planned by
]of this week with Mr. and Mrs. Folk and family in Dillon,.'S. C. world. She was employed as a the leaders of the church, and a and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil

David Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. James Starling lecturer for Pan American' Airlines fish supper -will toe served at 5:30pm. ( Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store I
Mrs. B. L. Moxlejr Jr. has asher and when the company first 671 W. Madison I
son. Jimmy, Mrs. Inez Kelly Phone WO 4-9231
guest her mother. Mrs. Irma and'Mrs. Ella Haislop spent Sun- started. She also speaks seven There 'was a large attendance
SALES Wilburn, of Louisville Ga. Mrs. day at Silver Springs. languages. but would not say at church services Sunday with 64 WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS

Moxley and children and Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent which ones because, she said she In' Sunday School. The Adult

Md SERVICE. 1W 'V .. week i,Wilburn at spent Daytona a few Beach.days last I from Wednesday Sunday with smart doesn't she like is.people to know how Ladies class won the banner. !. Open 7 Days A Week: 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
her son and daughter-in-Iaw. Mr. Bill Pendarvis returned
i j Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of and Mrs. Earl Middleton in Melbourne A recent, accomplishment was from a Jacksonville hospital last

'RCA3TiCTOR JtE I Auburndale visited her parents the composition. two songs for I week.Bill had been in the hospitalfor
-'Tt I Mr. and Mrs. Cogdill and his Mrs. Maider: White and son. President Eisenhower's first inau .I several weeks.UnderwoodNorman. I CHEER Regular 19C
parents Mr .and Mrs. M. L. Lawson -
SERVICE ON Bobby are in Columbus. Ga. this guration. One was a march calledIke's
STEREO A RADIO WOodland last week. -
week attending the wedding of Victory March" and the :Miss Lillian Norman daughterSAT.
% s.wsaiEPAIRS: 4-6901 ALL MAKES Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Tison of Mrs. White's grandson.. Jesse B. other a waltz called '"Mamie's (Limit one with $5.00 Order)
--------- ------------ Fernandina Beach were Monday White. Jr. Waltz." Both sonsg were played -__ -, _" ,'_ -- .____' ', -'-. FLAGA .
visitors of Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. John- over WGGG. a Gainesville radio H' .b .uw
SHEPHERD\ "and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. station. 40 oz cello pkg
son of Gainesville were Sunday RICE ; 2ge.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Conner :
I Mrs. Carter stated
AN-P. CREEN. OWN.R; _-.-:.. _U% Eo CALL. STARO I have moved to 746 W. Westmore, Johnson.guests of his mother Mrs 'W. N. that the Bradford emphatically hospital was the FloridaTheatre

land street. Y best in the state and the doctor's
MT, and Mrs. 1:). .1. uranger of NORTHERN
Memphis, Term. were overnight and, nurses were "sweet as. sugarplums
I Rolls for.
I guests Tuesday of Mrs.. W. N. ." TISSUE 3 25'


I I C.. Shepard of Lake City J. M.. Dukes,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell PURE LARD 3lb'j r39c

I and soil. John of Jacksonville '
Of Lake. Butler
ORDER were Sunday visitors of Mrs. ,C.
A. Knight. ROYAL R. '"
Jonathan. Matthew' Dukes 86, JUNE 25B1NG
Mrs. Jim Chasteen and children
returned Saturday from two Route,.2,.:Lake..:Butler; ,a. retired PINEAPPLE JHI0E 446 ,ozs... ": 29'

WE WERE TOLD TO MOVE THEM OUT weeks visit in Washington D. C. farmer, died, yesterday 'at Ala-| f11'tt_ti{ tflll asexayttTDE fih'//l/// ,
and Bautimore Md. with rela- chna General ,Hospital following a
tives. Mrs. H. L.; Brownlee returned long illness. ,
Ml TO SHIP THEM BACK! home with her daughter Born In Sumter County June I I WKO RIsacmvtCOr SALT 2 pkg .. lSc

-.-. Mrs. Chasteen, after two months 18. 1874 he had 'lived b Union osseI
visit up there with her daugh- County many years.

ONLY ONE-Sofa Bed And Matching Platform ters.Mrs. Survivors include his wife Lucinda -t'i BLUE PLATE
D. J. Morriss of Washington Douglas Dukea.five daughters -
D. C. is spending this week ..and one son.. They are: Mrs' Pint
F with her sister. Mrs. C. A. Knight Nettie Gay. Mrs. 'Nina Gay both,L CROSBY

1/x' Rocker who returned home last Friday i of Clearwater; Mrs Minnie' Gay, (I GRACE KELLYIWILUAMHOLDFNj -
from St Vincent's Hospital.Mr. I Lakeland; Mrs. Annie Loo Tom-I
and Mrs. A. E. Beasley of I linson. Mrs. Noreen Crews and .
SILVER HARVEST' DAY Bay town., Texas spent the first i Milton Dukes, all of Lake Butler. FLOUR 5 lk 49c

SPECIAL of the week with,Mrs. O. L. Bea- There are 14 grandchildren and I

sley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. four great grandchildren..
Moving into their new home in 1I 1 Two sisters Mrs. Amanda
Fp. Reg. $129.95 Green Acres Just' West of Bai-I: Thomas Gainesville and Mrs .

ford, the .past month have been I Eliza.Rosson Lakeland' ,also sur- t c 7 Y ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell Mr.I Plus "Mint Men" Cartoon fbr&aftg! ./ I.,
FRI. SAT. and Mrs. Robert Read Jr. and I
SUN. \ TUES. i*
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Hardin.
ONLY Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegarand I for the person wth; a June 26, 27, 28

children spent Father's Day Loss
Severe Hearing .
in Sanford with Mrs. Terwille-, h
gar's parents Mr. and Mrs. J.i I,

1.95 Hugh Truluck. Their son. Byron I s.;; I

r 'J ",S. $$109. remained with his grandparents. i.S .

for several ,days. ] TENDER

(Similar to Above Photo) Mr. and Mrs.,L. F.. Smith Jr. lb.
r and family have moved from De: I It CHUCK ROAST 49c

Funiak Springs to 802 N: 5th 1'K

ONLY TWO% Piece Room Suites Street, Florala Ala. Mrs. Smithis e!
Living the former Dooley Davis ,Id SUPERIOR OLE02I/-lb-"attiM 15'
'S ,
.0;.' k
daughter of Mrs. Lucile Davis. .'.'.''" uea, ,wm..

SOLID FOAMCUSHIONS l(4v.,9 >, | Mr. and ,Mrs. W. H. McCracken "', t enw. I I *

< of 511 Church street have .."'rt :- <: TENDER
moved to Jacksonville Beach. ..: :; lb. *

SILVER HARVEST DAY 4 Elaine Gilhooly and Eugenia ;' '". 0 CUBE STEAK 69 t
Bard attended the Dixie Twirl- :::a., I
lt % jO-rama at Emory ,University WHOLE SIDES SMOKED
Ga' last week. Elaine
Values To $179.95 |won Atlanta.one of the ten trophies that Super Sixty 9 m 0 lb

were awarded- BACON 29cFRESH

FRt SAT. | Mis. Lucile Davis spent several MAI.CO"earing ,

days last week with Mr and Mrs. .
tWO H. McCracken at Palm-Valley. Glasses GROUNDHAMBURGER
Mrs. Davis also spent,Sunday and ctertsf MTM oirniNfi." .EIIIKUEltBtRI I S lb. 49
Monday in Gainesville with Sound YVOtCH(UOfIUut ;
61 AllftlcM-

$$129.95 Raymond Stefanelli had as Six; powerful tromUtorsNew Plus,"Three Ring Fling" Car-, FRESH SLICEDBOLOGNA
overnight guest this week Brcok'Ortlieb
who is,in Florida on bust. .. e Snop-Clojp temples toon. lb. 39c
Similar to i'i'S !
ness.Mr. Hear wfiiipm accurately
Above Photo __. : and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent WED.., THURS., FRI..
last weekend in. St Petersburg t Hew noise comfortotly MEATY
Jcne 29,30 July 1Pics'"A

ONLY TWO Kroehler 2-Pc. Living Room Suites of with T.Jacksonville S.Mrs.Hutto Milton and spent Ryne..H..M.Sunday Denmark. 'with 9 MR Style*R for.,C.men. PAULK and women. 4+ CW8Pn1fS" NE1K BONES Ib I 10c

Mrs. L. S- Hutto All enjoyed Sunday : RssRS rGRa
SOLID FOAM RUBBER CUSHIONS ,Hatrinr Aid ,C ns ltnt Item
dinner with the O. P. Huttoi.Mrs.

Compare at 239.97 NOW $$19995 L. S. Hutto has returned MAICO; HEARING ,
home after sending,her vacation SERVICE 'SpecialsGREEII'CABIIGE ;
SILVER HARVEST DAY SPECIAL"It's with relatives in Coco and Bedford U_
Lake.: 319 Pnfeotenfl Bid*.
JaekmuHle 2, FU. 'will be In, .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick
A Fact You Can Do Better At" and son Greg of Sneadf are 1 Starke Hrodzr. July It atKOCH'S M.__ Se

spending the week with Mrs.
Gladys Weldon. STORE KILWAlWI U. S. NO. 1 IRISH
Mr. and Mrs. .F, B. Beard. Sr.: Come In forgo free hearlagaad. test POTATOES 10lb'FIRM 39c
,dan aska.UoI1. No. ,
had as guests Mr.and Mrs. F.B.Beard :or:pb yy
WO.!-"& .for aa appeintwent laD .
,, :
ftJi! STARKE Jr.-of. BaMordrExtra
year home., N.' e.hIi. ..UD.. RIPE :
BobU&i aft fiB Steel:; you want hearing, Broken Leghorn"Cartoon. '
toed plus good -
c* vitti 1 Surer Botfeia ai DirJDa : wittiest ,_ 10c
434 446 West.Cafl. St. Phone WO 4-4321 Sw4.iuu. nnierstmdinr any tiatic .
.. ., hnttt4ir C:i; ::.': :., Thin ret MAICO. '. -. '" ,

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Golden ai- ---I Miss Harrell Weds I I Pellum-Cromer County, Florida to-wit:
J'Lt ; Beginning at the Northeast corner -
: { of Southeast Quarter of North-
Observed By -, P1'1 Francis Cahoon In ,: Party Feted eut Qaiit-r: Ea.of NEUl! ftitinn
15, iOvvuiaip i Soutu,
:: Ib Ui:.fa ii K*.;. LA.,......: run Son?aw
Mr. And Mrs. Futch St. Edward's ChurchMiss ,:: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and.:j degrees. 11 iiuuutts jo atvuudaE&al.

I II I i 111':. and UTS. Arthur McRae entertained being along the E.IIH: line of

llr. and :Mrs. Charles A. Futch Judith Harrell: daughterof I| the Pellum-Cromer wedding 'j loa..! Se-.u--n is, ror: a d.-ii..m-e of
Ii *75.7 feet to the Xcrtheriy bound-

observed their Golden Wedding ..,. ; ..2wi -. __. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell of I i party with a rehearsal supper ary of the ngnt of way ot a graded -
Anniversary with a lovely reception V.- ?' I I evening June 16.a' road, thence run South SS degrees
Thursday ,
j State Farm and Francis Cahoon, 1 (4 minutes 40 seconds West;
Mooty I held from 7 until 9 o'clock 3 __ _ __ 8 oVo"k at the Mitchell's lake- and along such Northerly boundary,
c'v'_ _ _ son of Mrs. Marie Cahoon and the
.... __
I J. ___- ----t'''IT I----__ -_r_- .-_-_- T Wednesday evening, June 15, in -ii4r side cottage.The I'For a distance of 336.46 feet to tile
*- Mr
I late Francis Cahoon of Melrose Easterly boundary of the right of
_ _
SL Mark's Parish House.A Iv _ buffet table overlaid
was way of State Rd. 200 (as said rightof
I E&M'%, Mass were united in mar-
of way is now widened) thence run
fan-shaped arrangement with a white cut work cloth.
,; riage in a beautiful double: ring I!. Xorth 12 degrees 1 minute, 40
yellow gladioli and chrysanthemums ceremony Saturday afternoon, PiihI4! and lavender flowers seconds East and along said J2asterly -

flanked by brass candela- centered the table.;! boundary of State Hoad 200
: T" ," M, 8t 4:30: in St. Edwards for a distance of 142 feet, .thencerun
bra holding yellow tapers, high- The 26 included members
Catholic Church with Father guests North 77 degrees, 58 minutes
lighted the decorations in the reception -. .- # t ; of the wedding party and their 20 seconds West (and along a jog
t Daughtery officiating.The
in such Easterly boundary for a
hall. Palms also used immediate families.
were bride, given in marriage by distance of 10 feet thence run
in the background. I I North 12 degrees, 1 minute. 40 seconds -
I IM& her father chose for her wedding
The tea table, overlaid with an i' :Mrs. lester Crews entertained East and along said Easterly
a beautiful white boundary fcr a distance of 557.09
imported cutwork cloth with inserts ed taffetta waltz embroider-I'I at a lovely luncheon at her home feet to tile intersection of said

of Alencon lace, held an arrangement last Thursday honoring Miss Patricia Easterly boundary of said right of
the princess lines with sleev I.! way with the North Jine of said

of yellow roses yellow coming to a point at the j Pellum and her bridesmaids.The SEV, of NE\;, thence run North

____ carnations, and gold leather-leaf \\7ist.I luncheon table was deco- S9 degrees, 53 minutes 40 seconds
., __ Her finger tip veil of $ East and along the North line of
___ ___ fern centered with a gold wedding lusion was attached to a princess rated with lace place mats, centered said SE>4 of NE\4 iTr a distance

ring to which was attached the I with a crystal bowl containing ] of 19 S feet to said Northeast cor-
crown of seed and .
sequins.She I ner of SEK of NEV4': ; containing
symbolic 50. Low gold candle blue and flanked
: carried a white Bible topped 4.21: acres, more or lees and being
holders held yellow burning ; -' ;.t4 with a cascade of white daisy I by blue tapers. The brides place &.1 of sa.d SB* of NEK' of Section
16. Township 6 South, Range 22
tapers. was marked with a bride doll.
H' : pompoms. Her only ornamentswere I East lying East of said State Road
'" The punch bowl. centering a : a strand 'of pearls and The dessert course included 200 and North of said graded road,
p ear-
white linen molded ice and situate in Bradford County, Florida -
II table covered with a of wedding-bell cream
rings, a gift the groom. :
I .' cloth, was surrounded by greenery, 4ii Mrs. Barbara St. Clair of Mel- cakes iced blue. You and each of you are .hereby
l "'. v with The bride each of her notified that a suit in equity has
... interspersed yellow chrysan- presented
Ik 1.'" rose, Masa. sister of the groom been brought by Charley K: Johns
.t : : <; :.{.. .'VI! themums. .. was the brides only attendant. attendants with a silver bracelet. and A. E. McKinney, Jr., as plain-
I I The hostess tiffs, against you end each of you,
( :k All table appointments used presented the bride
<> L wore a beautiful waltz
and also against Bobby tJonnett
1, .. were of fold and crystal. : : blz gown of'sheer mint green nylon with a piece of silver in her chosen. Franklin Bonnett a minor, ben

f Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and Mrs. S :' pattern. Rachel Bonnett a minor, Lucille

''LL ...., ,. George Winkler greeted! guests at -. over nylon net and green taffetta Caryalin Mitchell a widow Luclle
I' with fitted bodice complementedwith Carolyn Mitchell Crews and LesterT.
;J the door, while floor hostesseswere NO'rrp OF IXTKVTIO.V TO Crews her husband Lorenzo

J; :Mrs. Clara Leaman, Mrs. ___ -. a darker green cumberbun, REGISTER FICTITIOrS SAME Green and his wife Mae D. Green
< Notice I." hereby given that the
with matching head piece and T. J. Alderman and Effie Alder-
,, Herbert Thomas J. W. Kin- I : undersigned, under the provisions
Mrs. man, his wife, and Bradford County -
slippers. She carried a nosegayof nf Chaoter 20,953 Laws Florida.
'' o a political subdivision of the
caid Mrs. O. L. and Mrs.
'fIitMLss !- Acts of 1941 will register with the
: daisy pompoms. State of Florida, as defendants. In
i Edward Burns. Walter Clerk of Circuit! Court. In and for the Circuit Court of Bradford
Sesnack served best
The guest book was kept by as Bradford County, Florida, upon re- County, Florida, in Chancery; the
man and the ushers were Morris ceiptof proof of publication of this nature of said suit is to quiet and
Mrs. V. S. St. John. Serving punch t notice, the fictitious me of Plaza confirm! the title of said plaintiffs
# woovatt. of >
Maccl nnv Glenn
were Misses Martha Futch, Kath- an Lodge Motel under which\ we are to the'above described lands as an
5 Harrell !brother of the bride. engaged In business on U. S. High- indefeasible fee simple title and to

leen Thomas, and Sharon Cluff, ---J Mrs. Han-pU mother of the bride way 301 North, Starke, Florida. remove clouds therefrom, and to
Mrs. Julian ]McRae and Mrs. Owners Don Watson. Marlon R. enjoin each and every the defendants -
wore an afternoon street length Watson, Marshall Watson and Carolyn and those claiming under
____ George Miller. dress of printed dacron with white B. Watson. U. S. 301 North them from asserting any right. title -
Out of town included Col. to said lands.
guests Starke. Fla. or .Jnterest in or
accessories and a white carnationcorsage.
., and Mrs. Owen W. Griffin of St Dated this 31st day of May, I960 And you and each of you are here-
i1I -*- ** at Starke by summoned, ordered and requiredto
Bradford Florida.
Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miss Carol Temples Weds Charles Osborne Mrs. Cahnon wore an afternoon County 64t, ,In file to your the written complaint answer in or said defenses -
Echerd of
and Miss Ann Echerd

|Miss Linda Fay Robb Weds Byron Newcomb Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Hal Y.. In Ceremony At Home Of Mrs. Hogan Smith dress matching of accessories.biege nylon lace with NOTICE Board OF TAX of County EQUALIZATION'The Commissioners cause said Circuit in the Court office in of the the Clerk Count of

lln Ceremony At Methodist Maines. Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, I of Bradford County, Florida Court House in Starke, Florida on
Chyrch Sunday Miss Carol Temples, daughter of ed yellow carnations. Immediately following the wedding will meet at the Courthouse in or before July 28, 1960, and on or
Mrs. Joanna__ Comnton._ __ __, and__ Miss_ of
n n I before said date to serve a copy
Mrs. Mural Gardner of Starke a reception was held in the the Clerk's Office on Tuesday, the
Linda Fay Robb, daugh- veil of illusion was attached to Donna Compton Lake Butler, Mr. :Osborne had as hisbest home of the bride's parents at 5th day of July, A. D. 1960, as a such answer or defenses upon Hoils -
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Robb and Charles Agnew Osborn son of man, his, brother, Kim Osborne, of, I Foard of Equalizers for the purpose V. sKnight plaintiffs' attorney,
State P. O. Box
an organdy Farm. whose
headpiece. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Osborne of the I of hearing complaints and receiving -
-1 South Carolina. the
Antonio, Texas became Starke. Florida, as required by
Haines Family Mrs. J. B. Godwin Jr. introduced testimony as to the valueof
bride of Byron Rex New- Mrs. Robb. mother of the bride, State Farm were united in mar. ''Immediately! after the ceremonya any property real or personalor Laws ot Florida and the Florida
the receiving line. Mrs. Rules of Civil Procedure. If you
riage in a performedat mixed as fixed by the Tax Assessor
_ t :.; ab, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S.: was attired in a beige brocade Given ReceptionA ceremony reception was held in the'Smith Linda Warren aunt of the bride, for the year 1963!, againstthe fail todo so, a decree pro confesso
5 Saturday June 11, at for the
i wcomb of 1104 Pratt pjn. home. ownl'r'or agent of such will be entered against you
,, street street length sheath with bone the home of Mrs. W. Hogan Smith The bride's table held silver cut the traditional wedding cake. perty. pro- .relief demanded in the complaint. ,

4 rke. at a beautiful wedding colored accessories. Her dress was lovely reception was held in. on North Walnut St. Rev. Barry candelabra with burning tapers Mrs. Morris Prevatt presided at H. A. Bishop Jr. This order shall be publishedonce
: formed'' Sunday afternoon. and was centered by the tiered Chairman of Board of County Commissioners a week for 4 '
the recreation the
of the First
room punch bowl. Mrs. Telegraph
complimented with an orchid Van Deventer pastor of the First Peggy Bradford County, Flori weeks in Bradford County -
I t .: ne 12 at 4 o'clock in the First tinted Baptist Church Monday night Church officiated. wedding cake embossed in yellow Woods and Mrs. Essie L. Crosby da. a newspaper published In
cymbidium orchid. Presbyterian ,
) said County and having a general
1 thodist Church. Rev. H. O. and white. The punch bowl was assisted in for Attest! :
from 8 until 9:30 o'clock in. A of nuptial music was caring the guests. circulation therein.
Immediately following the wedding : given program Charles A. Darby
; yette pastor. performed the !I surrounded by yellow tulle and Mrs. Lewi Marton, aunt of the Clerk and Auditor WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
small honor of Rev. and Mrs. Lewis D. played by pharlene Hardy fern with said Circuit Court of Bradford
emony. a reception was held i I interspersed yellow It 6123IB !
_ The bride bnrt. k t -> brides book. Florida. and the seal of
given .in marriage by Coanty
[wo pedestal baskets of white at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Haines by members of the First Maurice Wingate. wore a waltz chrysanthemums.' The Harrell home was beauti- Cevnty Jadge'i-Court IB And said Court at Starka, Florida, this

: isanthemui4" gladioli and D. Doyle, where attractive arrangements Baptist Church WMS. Mr. and length of white chiffon ;Miss Linda Sale cut the bride's fully decorated with spring flowers For Bradford Coantr, Florida.In 23rd day ,of June, I960.
gown SEAL)
ot Anna Campanella,
k flanked the altar andnched re:
_ of white summer Mrs. Haines will leave soon for. fashioned with full skirt, and cake, assisted by Mrs. T T. Long. carrying out the pink and deceased. Charles A. Darby,
_ candelabra with ligntI As Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
i flowers The bride's book was kept by Miss white theme. Notice Of Filing Petition For
were placed at points of
Altamonte Springs where Mr. worn with a long sleeved Jacketof ford county. Florida.
_ _
white Final Of AdministratorTo
tapers were placedvast Discharge
I .
Harriet, Powell. table r \
interest. was 6ILiL2.1
The (
bride's table
was Haines will be of the First lace. Her flowers were a cascade All Whom It May Concern:
background of palm.
a lovely with a white linen cutwork bouquet of white feathered Mr. and Mrs. Osborne are residing with a beautiful white linen cut Notice Is hereby given that I
chie Green organist. render- Baptist Church. *vrir have filed my final returns as administrator !
cloth and centered with a three- carnations and stephanotis.The at 100 Eighth Ave. in Moth 'centered with a three of the estate of Anna I
(nuptial music as the guests The recreation room was beauti- tiered wedding cake with that' I have -
_ tiered wedding cake topped witha maid of honor Miss Betty Gainesville where he is an engineering topped a Campanella, deceased:
_______ enabled and accompanied GilNewc fully decorated for this occasion nsinature bride and, groom. Thecake filed petition\ for final discharge
miniature bride and groom /.- Jean Schmitt,.wore a waltz.length student at. theUniversityof and that t wiU efSply to the Honorable
& t A. Yawn, County
; roundthebase waS Tteron
of-the cake a dress of ':yellow "chiffon, ,and carried Florida;. The-) 'bride is a 1960 j
: hither Thou Goest" and "Wed- I white linen cloths, one holding an I holding pink tapers and Judge of Bradford .County Florida.:
ruffle of white tulle interspersedwith a cascade bouquet of feather- graduate of Bradford High School. on Tuesday 10:00 A. U. of July
________ g Prayer. nosegays of white pompoms. arrangement blue hydrangeas embossed with pink flourets. 26. 19(0 for approval of the same I.,
; yle .H. Buck, m, of Jackson Silver held and for final discharge as admini-
compotes nuts and
e attended the groom as best Flanking the cake were silver and a silver bowl flanked with Sylvia Paulk Holds First mints. strator of the estate of Anna Cam-

_____ candle holders with burning hydrangeas and silver candelabra panella, deceased.
n and the ushers were Dan I,. Given PartiesMiss The table
white tapers, enlaced with tulle Meeting Of Year punch was covered June 21. 1960.

?es of Waycross Ga.and John forgetmenots and sweetheart ro with blue tapers. Silver trays held I with a pink cloth and the punch Administrator IS| M. Campanella of the Estate of An-

_ ;1 hooper or Orlando. ses. The punch bowl placed at individual cakes, and compoteswere I Sylvia Paulk whose mar- The >>:oman's Society of Christ- bowl was banked with plumosa na Campanella, deceased. .- t 9 ; I
riage to Vernon Reddish will be 6/23 4t 7/il4 I ;J'I
iss Margaret Ann Dinkins.
filled with other] fern and pink glads. Heart
nuts. Two
one end of the table was sur-, ian'Service of the First Methodist ,
_ ', Id of honor was attractive in rounded with plumosa fern and tables, similarly arranged were an event' of July 9th was the inspiration shaped pink ice floated in the In The Circuit Court Of Bradford
Church held its first meeting of
dress'of'lightchiffon for a miscellaneous Co.atFlorida In Chaareryrax
length un"h bowl.
1al1erina of white centered with crystal punch bowls. .) '

: n with matching nosegays Mrs. Doyle greeted pompoms.the guestsat Tall baskets,' filled with pink shower Saturday night at 8 the year Tuesday morning June After spending some time with Charley E. Johns> N.! 12-S90 et at, Plain

j fcfedpiece. She carried 'a cascade the door and presented themto gladioli stood by the door whilean o'clock given by Mrs. J. C. Sapp 21, in the Sanctuary. The. follow- their guests the couple left for a tiffs,' TS Lorenzo Green. et aL, De dt J'r4

-s I ;_quet of verigated red carnabride the receiving line composed ofthe'laridal arrangement of orchids, gladi- Mrs. Robert Myrick, Mrs. Owen ing officers assumed their duties wedding trip to Niagara Falls and fendants.NOTICE OF SUIT

Alvarez Mrs. Freddy Watterson, for the new year: other points of interest in the The State Of Florida. To: ;
party and the parentsof oil, asters and pool-poms was
given in marriage Mrs. Eldon Sapp, and :Mrs. Fred president north. licHen S. Tennant, Minervia I.
_ :8he Mrs. E. K. Perrvman;
I the bride and groom. placed on-the piano. Baldwin. Robert M. Smith John
_ : 'her father chose for her wed- Mrs.r Lyle Buck, m, kept the Mrs. W. B.. Mundy and Mrs. F. Haislop.The vice president, Mrs. H. H. Adams; They will make their home in Dixon, C. M. Hopkins George Dlx-
f 4 white ballerina length educational building of the lira. Foster Panama where on Jennie Dixon Maud Dixon B.
a bride's book, Mrs. M. F. Hazen B. Beard greeted guests at the recording: secretary City the groom is E. Roundtree, Candacy Roundtree

_ I sra of Chantilly type lace. The cut the bride's cake and Mrs. door and presented them to the Pine Level Baptist Church was Shi" Smith; treasurer, Mrs. H. C. stationed in the Air Force. Gilbert Dixon. Mary Dixon. Ida

with the for this affair Cox, Lucile Dixon, mor
tted bodice was enchanced setting lovely Ritch. Cox. Eugene mother had
__ Sarah Hunter presided at the receiving line composed of Mr. Easter Dixon Maggie May Dixon,
,- boat neckline, low ::y-back; and punch bowL end Mrs. Haines, Cot and Mrs. J. and was decorated with ,pink ;S SecretarIes: : Promotion Mrs. E. Dinner-Dance Held if alive, and If dead the unknown A ft with daughter

lip sleeves attached to a'fullcula'r gladioli, fern and other summer L. :Matthews; Missionary Educa- heirs, devisees, lelnors, creditors WhocalUduiwlitn
A. Griffin Mrs. 0. A.
After a two weeks wedding trip Wiggins. and' other claimants to the hereinafter -
_ skirt with white'satin the couple are making their H. Outlaw Mrs. C. Q. Priest. Mrs. flowers. tion, Mrs, ,W. B. Sewell; Christian By Country ClubThe described lands by, through, Knet-d..p in wafer.Didn't .

_ t VI and streamers at ,the waist. home in Waycross. Ga. M. B. Jordan and Mrs. R. A. Refreshments were served froma Social Relations Mrs. W. L. Blair; under or against each of such per-
J lie carried a cascading bouquet table overlaid with a linen The bride is a graduate of Alamo Green. heirs, devisees, grantees,
Club members held dinner kitchen? You'd better
a dance cet in the
Frenched carnations and cloth and centered with a Childrens' claim-I
comb Work and
_ j ; W. lienors, creditors
in San
School presidents
Heights High Pouring punch were past !
k fanotis centered with a white handsome arrangement of pink B. ''Life from 7:00 to 12:00midnight Sat- ants in and to the hereinafter describeS : call ns before it gets completely
Antonio, Texas! The groom graduated of the WMS: Mrs. H. L. I Thompson Jr.; Spiritual lands by, through underor
orchid! Her short and white The I urday evening at the American out of hand. Our service baa
throated gladioli
silver ,
purple from Bradford High School Hough Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. Mrs. Titus Olson; Literature, Mrs. against Paul Bennett, deceased
--'LL ....___...__ punch bowl, which centered an- Jack )l Comb; Supply Work, Mrs. Legion Building for members and and J. S. Dixon deceased: Myrtle, been satisfying this community
ana is empioyea wiin vrvuePowder W. B. Mundy Mrs. R. A. Green out of town guests.A Fonnett Dorsey and L. C. Done, for
other linen covered table! ,. was J. J. Lipsey. whose residence is yean.
Co. in Waycross. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran assisted her husband,
surrounded with dainty florets and Chairmen Mrs. L. summer theme was carriedout unknown: and also to all unknown
LiE Out-of-town guests were Mr. by Mrs. W. B. Alexander and : Membership
: in the decorations with palms persons claiming any right, title,
I fern. Pouring punch during the A. Davis; Publicity, Mrs. W G. in and to the fol-
and Mrs. I?.\.E. Robb and Miss :Mrs. O. A. Wiggins. and other lien or Interest WiWi
in the back-
Beth Robb of Columbia, S. C., A set of china in their chosen I i. evening was Mrs. Haislop. y Haile;';;Local Church Activities ground, tables greenery overlaid with white lAulnenroixrtv ltnat. !Rrll"rnrd_

--I Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Moye Jr. and pattern and a typewriter were Approximately one hundred Mrs. T.: TcL.. Slade; Flowers, Mrs. cloths and centered with Shasta and social meeting. .

- daughter. Mrs. Moye, Sr., Mrs. presented to Mr. and Mrs. Hainesas guests were present to enjoy the W. E./ iliddleton; Nominations, daisies and fern. Colorful lanterns During the business meeting,

Joy Woods. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. a memento of the occasion. The party with Miss Paulk. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr.; Circle 1, i placed about the rooms created a presided over by lira. Wesley Andrews -,

Newcomb and Mr. and Mrs. LouisE. Association presented Mr. Haines Mrs. C.; ,L. Scholl; Circle 2, Mrs. festive atmosphere for and plans were made for placing -i

Newcomb, 'all' of Orlando and with a brief case, monogrammedin On Monday morning (Miss Paulk O. l. Haynes, Sr.; Circle 3, Mrs. dancing.The dining flowers in the church, and

Charlotte was complimented with a surprise C S. Haddock; Circle 4, Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs., Joe Bland of gold and a book of letters long buffet table communion.The .
was cover-
N. C. with a leather binding was givento coffee party given by her classmates I F. ,Sneli17tiss'Hi1l. -r meeting closed with prayer
ed with white ilnen cloths and
at the Central Florida HairStyling
him from the Brotherhood.Other .10- magnificent of : I by Mrs. Ara Moitt.
\ arrangement gladioli" ---
% School in Gainesville: Atthe.
set of towels
gifts included a EngagedTo
gardenias and daisies in '
the'honoree an : -
conclusion of the .
given by Rev J. E. Norman pastor party antique silver bowl was placed in ._ ., __ _, __ '. 7- : : ::
was presented with a
Are you DAEBLCTARKE of Evergreen Church. Mr. Home
the center. Tan three branched
steam iron as a gift from the. For ANEW
Floor hostesses for this delightful K
FL-.1\ v* silver candelabra holding white
between the ages hostesses. i.lr. and Mrs. Arthur Hill of
L affair were Mrs. A. tapers flanked the floral arrange-

of 65 and 8O? :Mrs. Milton Lang, Mrs. Charles Douglas, Wyo.. announce the engagement ments. Gardenias Intertwined the
Helen Masters Circle
Darby, Mrs. M. B. Jordan Mrs.F. ; j and approaching mar-
SUN.MON.TUE.June silver the table.
\..-, ,., Held riage ,of their daughter. Con- appointments on % FORD or CHEVROLET
usa then you will be 26-27-23 F. Flume, Mrs. E. D, Tenly, Meeting Tuesday One of the features of the deli-
r stanceto James Wagner Home,
Mrs. Paul Raymond, ;Mrs. M. F.
terested in Life of Georgia'sSENIOR DOUBLE FEATUREHead "ious menu included two "Steam-
Jr.,. of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hazen Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mrs. Helen Masters Circle of the son

_ SECURITY I of Tryon j Tyler Jones, Mrs. R. A. Colson, First Baptist WMS met at 10 a.m. Home Sr. of Hampton. boat" roasts weighing 110 pounds,
carved to under ultra violet
,HOSPITAL AND All Star Cast I Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Myldred Cut- Tuesday in the recreation room The wedding is to take place on bv the order cef. Another special SeeNOEGEL'S

SURGICAL PLAN.It Fighter Attack tino. Mrs. Fred Moore. Mrs. E. with the leader Mrs. M. B. Jordan Saturday July 2, in Hampton. rays attraction was an enormous salad

offers broad medical Sterling Harden Joy Page A. Yancey. Mrs. Bill McRae, Mrs. presiding. The topic "Our bowl twelve feet in circumference / AUTO SALEWE
_Yerages that help pay for Plus Cartoon Vernon Silcox Miss Dorothy Missionary Youth" was discussedby Two' Band Students filled with crushed ice and heaped _

uiiI I daily hospital room and Alvarez, Mrs. R L. McKnight Mrs. Johdan and :Mrs. W. B, -
with a varietv colorful. tempt-
: board charges surgical fees '' \,'} rl'-THURS.: Mrs. Earl Miles, and Mrs. N. B. :Mundy. Attend TwirloramaTwo ing salads.The bowl was garnished HAVE ACCESS TO OVER .

I hospital extras and polioexpenses. June 29-30 Rosier. Lottie Moon Circle met at 7:30 with pineapples and an assortment -

-I Other special Keeping the guest book were o'clock at the church with the BBS band students are fruits.
DOUBLE FEATURE of tropical

_ features too. Call. <*.. Mrs T. B. Harding and Mrs. leader, Mrs. R. A.Green, presiding.The .. attending the Dixie Twirlorama Clyde Terwillegar club, president TO SELECT FROM

_ today for d;tsil Roar of the Crowd George Anderson. program was in charge of at Emory University in Georgia. welcomed the members and 4 0 0

-Fit w Starring: Howard Doff YWA girls assisting were Carol Mrs. H. L. Speer and included a Cookie Mathews andJanet guests and announced that this YES, WE SELL FOR LESS

r ; ...: PLUS McRae Linda Smith Carolyn]. talk on how we can help youthin Hardy left Saturday June 18, for '
first of series of
was the a sum-
_ _- 11FE INSURANCE The House Of Vickers. Mary Lou Edwards their Christian vocation, given. the schooL Cookie will attend for me ractivities. .

i Sandra Craven Brenda Lewis,,. by Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. W. B., two weeks. Janet one. Twenty-five ,door prizes were GOOD USED CARS ALL

-i Seven Hawks Peggy Adams Lu Green: Bishop,,. is president of the WMS at, presented throughout the evening. 5 0

GEORGIA Plus Cartoon Linda Hildebran and Glenda, Athens Ga Recent BirthsBradford Music ,fo rtbe occasion was furnished ., CAREFULLY INSPECTED

_- Brown. Ida Darby Circle met with Mrs. the
by SkylarkLLadies
FRI.SAT, July 1-2 Approximately 450 guests eallec t F. F. Flume with the circle chair.: County Hospital announces

ULIAN E. McRAE'Agent DOUBLE FEATURE during the appointed hours. Thos i Dan Mrs. F. B. Beard. presiding. the following births: '),11'.

Sabu And The from out of town included Rev, Mrs. J. A. Griffin taught twc and Mrs. Samuel Brown, of Council Low Bank Finance Rates

-I Magic Ring W. L. Hamrick and Mr. and Mrs. chapters of the book "Partners I Starke, a daughter TamOa Selene. Meeting Held

Truman of Jacksonville IfBrownlee June 17.
King, ;;: With .

_ _-_ Home Phone". i WO 4-2541 Starring: SABU Rev and Mrs. Marvin V. Stenham Circle met at thE JMr .and Mrs. Leo Richardson, oi Members of Circle 3 of the i NO FINANCE CHARGE ON

-I Noose For A Gunman Palatka; :Mr. and Mrs. Michae I home of ,Mrs. ).L H. Lang for i L Starke, a daughter. Phyllis Ber.. Ladles Council First Christiai
1317 Blanding St.
_ Jim Davis, Barton MacLane Wysocki Mr. and Mrs. Van Priest I picnic supper at 6:30 p.m. Mrs; niseV June 18.I Church, met In the recreatioi OLDER MODELS

STARKPIPp Plus Cartoon and Mrs. George Jones all o: 11 D. Tenly taught two-chap Mir and Mrs. Cornelius Crosby,,p room Thursday night at 7:3(>> < - .
1 -
Jacksonville. of the book, Tray Ye. of Starke, a son born June 19. o'clock for a covered: dish cuppa '. ._. .. '._--"H-_' .. ,- -- : : =: := = = ;


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trori"0,, .' _.. JBRADFOBD "tf.TEL Gn It.ST.-\JlKE-FLOmD.1--: '-', .. THURSDAY JTNE 23. 1960
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"' : p,_.:ZSs,_,_iR_ _""_ .-. ':.. s-":
.4 'Bo MAYOR'S'.COURT l kerosene, while Putnam Countygasoline I bars who were so kind in our

editorial Stater -* sales totaled $1,066,731 I sorrow and bereavement we
t Farm- e r Diary Seven traffic violatien cases i and kerosene totaled $23,669. I especially" appreciate the Mass,

.."., To ress, headed the list on the docket at i Sales in other counties include: I the beautiful flowers and ..cudS.j .

t. By Sam AlcGan> I w Mayor's Court on Monday mom:. !Clay County gasoline $459,150 I' and wish also to'thank the pall-

Smoking And Cancer j F Legion Pdf| 56 I I lug, June 20.' rand kerosene S8.829; Dixie County" -j((beari'rs.-The family of Angelo

'. !{ The cases included: $296,406 and $2,812; Gilchrist
.i You an'tt be toa; careful withj I I } County $136,352 and $566 Levy!Meli.
The Florida State Board of Health reminds the public :Terry: \Valters and: Johnny'De1 William C. Dowell, running red 1 ; ,
insecticides. Hcavd terrible i*
a County $739,503:> and $4.256 and i
i Vore will,- oh the < | -t'hn" Oat- improper passing ;
appear program?
of the relationship between cigarette smoking and cancer. suiy' this farm ,
-' week about a at the regular Legion meeting of light $12.50. bond forfeited. I' Union County $62,727 and $1,485.I HAMPTON'',CHRISTIAN

The State Health Officer, Wilson T. Sowder; issued a']I family p'ho lest a' botUeV insect- Post"56 on Tuesday night, June j Vernon Eugene Glisson. reckless I State totals were $150,296,473; .. ,. CJHJJRCg)? ,_ **. *

statement on the subject which had been prepared by Dr. '' iud os a shelf in allied, ana 28, at 8, p.m., according to George I; driving 127.50 bond forfeited. I I' for gasoline and $2.756,370 for :-Sunday v Bible 1 School, 18 **

James E. Fulghum, the director of the Cancer Control before long the 'children were j'Pierce, adjutant Ralph Taylor, running red light 'kerosene sales. s ,, .-- ;.* 'r -*" '
found using it to make mud j Morning Worship> U "t:n.;
Program, with the advice and assistance of senior mem- I i 1 One pies. The two delegates are attend- j $12.50, bond forfeited. m.; Ptl.j-
died Pim.&B4
and others service 7
are seriously Evening
tiers of the State Board of Health staff. The statement : sick: -* ing Boys State, in Tallahassee this f I Johnny Cato, improper passing CARD OF THANKS i everycTqe.sda1 it 1:30

said: j Got a mess of blackberries this ,; : '. r*., .week. This is the program sponsored J, $27.:>0, bond forfeited. We wish to express our grati- er meetng m. John W' ite, pastor.
Stanley O. Stover, improper tude to all friends and. p. .. $-- -
by the American. Legion \ our netgh- --
Cancer of the lung was responsible for 380 deaths of 1 week and also a mess of redbugs. There has"been a poor fruit set ,
Florida residents in when We enjoyed the berries. on :the 'tomato'crop in the Gulf where young men who have. completed ; passing, $27.50, bond forfeited. 1 1- I
1950, the population was 2,771- : the 11th grade spend aweek 1 Rufus Randolph Hutching, reck- I I

000. By 1955 the number of deaths had increased to 686 i j Coast"area.. Growers say there in Tallahassee string less driving, posted $102.50 Case ,: ROBBINS'
After'a series 'of showers it has been 'lot of bloom but little government I .. nI
a I p )
for the In 1958 with population
of until
June 27.
year. a 4,448,000, has turned olf dry again and : The boys ,arc housed at postponed
. there were 1,008 deaths listed as due to lung cancer. Thus ; one stockman who planted some ass I' Florida State university and at- ; Domenica Tirello Gladieux, I i SIZZLING SPECIALS 1F9R.AHE4D

while the population increased 60.5 per cent the death :j grass this week is hoping" for a J Poultry producers are 'not very I tend mock sessions of the house j driving while intoxicated, posted

rate from lung cancer rose 165 per cent. In the United i j good rain. j excited about the new USDA egg i 01 representatives and senate j $102.50 bond. Case postponed until
visit members of ,the state cabinet [July 5 upon request of Attorney;
States as a whole in 1930 there were 3.8 deaths from this 1 es. j label, ''Fresh Fancy Quality." Ac-'! Floyd Green. !i SIZZLING DAYS !
supreme court judges and :
cause' per 100,000 white males. In 1956 the comparable J Had a variety 'of good Bradford cording to reports, few are selling : I Other cases tried were: .
,other state officials.
rate was 31.0. The risk of dying from cancer of the lung is j i County vegetables this week and I under that system' of. grading. I During the week they organizeinto Clyde Hampton, public Intoxication -I|I
| it's hard to say which' one we en- I '
continuing to increase. Can this unfavorable trend be 'icqanged 1 political parties towns, counties 27.50 or 5 days. I Ii i LA D ES'iBtLtIfSfES
\ joyed most. The sweet corn is delicious -: Laboratory tests on flue-cured I
? Are these deaths avoidable? : I ; and 'Senatorial districts and Aubrey W. Davis profane'language
but then so are the okra, I
tobacco show that leaf treated
Present specific evidence indicates 'that the I, elect officers for ,each. i $27.50 or 5 days. ;
increasing j I\ cokes squash Irish potatoes peas { with MH-30 tends to be; more !
risk of is related the :'' I Boy's State has been one of the j I ()
developing lung cancer to repeated ;and other vegetables. I dense in leaf structure and havea P 1 .
'I i.
inhalation of, irritating substances. Heavy air pollution :1 j soggy ,nature and poor texture, I II outstanding programs conducted April Kerosene, 1 ..rt" xC -

from industrial cities appears to play an important role. |j There are still strawberries on I according Stailization. Corp.} under the Americanism ,Commission .Gas Sales Total r. ..
I of the American Legion and
[ sale on the highway and if we'renot '
However, the evidence obtained in carefully controlled studies .|i mistaken this is one of the Alice is very happy this week the Department of Florida .is $831,684 In County } Cy"
by investigators 'supports the conclusion that ,
many recognized by the National Legionas
latest record for that '
on I
years with a whole truckload of muck,
cigarette smoking is of major importance. one of the' best in this field, iSales of gasoline totaled $837- .
crop. I
which she is using to mix with ;
The Florida State Board of Health wants to make the I sandy soil to..use itt her planter Pierce said.Commander. 412 and of kerosene $14.272 dur- 'i s ;

public aware of this, and to warn the 'people that the probability I I I Farm Forester Don Champion J beds. She looked at it, said it was I Kenneth' Grider announced ing April in Bradford County, according -iI I o i 3 .: r

of developing lung cancer increases directly with j: jumped on Sam this week on the I good enough to eat, and for 'a that, 'There'.are. a number to the Department of t- 1 ar '.. ; # 3a

increased cigarette smoking.Drs. I buiness of collecting plants, f while it looked like Sam 'was go- of appointments) to be made Agriculture auditing division t x e t w size 32-38" ;
other to be taken
and business
shrubs and trees in this area. He ing to get muck pancakes for up Tallahassee, ;
Hammond and Horn of the American Cancer So-
at the meeting Tuesday, so all In the nine-county area in this ,
pointed out that it is against the breakfast. ,. eS I S x ,
ciety, for example, studied 187,783 men and concluded law to gather specimens without ., members are urged to attend." region?: Marion, Alachua and Put- 4 '

th'at the risk of developing lung cancer was at least ten permission of the owner, and that Fertilizer our plant and shrubs Further, the American Legion'sWomen's nam counties topped the markof x$A LADIE S\ ;

times as great the cigarette smokers the Auxiliary is going to be Bradford County sales. Mar- :
among among j furthermore any woody plant this week, with a' soluble plant
nonsmokers. A study group on smoking and health, sponsored \;must be inspected before it can II food applied through our little j reactivated. Any wife' sister, ion Cpunty ,gasoline figures were ;

by the National Cancer Institute, National Heart i! be moved. Looks like well have sprayer Oil the garden hose..'' Itt t| mother or daughter of a veteran $2,356,628 and $37,797 in kero- :J J ihiShitts i i'
who is interested in the
I auxiliary $1-
Alachua County sold
to look out, we'll find ourselvesas sene. :
Institute. American Cancer Society and the American I I or woiks fine for the purpose.
should contact Kenneth Grider,
guests of DeWitt Sinclair over S. 964,469 of gasoline ..and.: $50,483 of. .
Heart Association predicted that on a lifetime basis one often Post Commander.
the State Farm. Sam's experiment -with root
men who smoke more than two packs of cigarettes a j;i .
grafting failed but he is hardheaded w
day will die of'lung cancer .I I I And speaking of young trees :I ., and he'll try it again. .

.Pr. Leroy E. Burney, the Surgeon General of the !I i and shrubs Don said to be, on the |I Heard ,this week that cattle :, Erring Reservists>i

Public Health Service, in. a recent'article concluded that no lookout for' a peddler selling dogwood | gaps will not stop. Brahman ..cattle. Ordered To' Report

filter had been demonstrated to be effective in materially I holly 'and other such trees. I First time we've heard it, sowell I I ,

reducing or eliminating the hazard of lung'cancer, and Don said the' stuff he sells is nothing have to ask and see if 'it is I.I The following standby Reservists -

but junk as' much of it true. have not complied with 1C
that unless the use of tobacco can be made'safe, the individual I 4
does not even have roots. I the law and returned the questionaire LADIES'
person's risk of lung cancer can best reduced by the :
Saw a low-cost dusting rig on mailed to them, and are hereby x
elimination of smoking, particularly of cigarettes.For I. notified to at Local '
Melons are coming in fast now a tractor this week. One man sat I Ii i I appear
those who decide that .they prefer to take the calculated and there should be some ripe in but on the front of 'the tractor, I Board No. 18, 121 East Call t. SKIRTS j.'j1p3

] risk and continue to smoke, it is urged that all men :j'II this county very soon now. Saw i, turning a hand duster as the Street Starke ((before June 30

over forty-five have a chest X-ray twice each year. They j(: some down by Paynes Prairie f tractor was driven over the to- 1960.

should also seek medical advice when they suspect they.i that were about ready to clip. bacco patch.: Army Reservists: Roger A.

BranUey, Roy D. Griffis, Solomon j
have a "chronic chest cold." The symptoms which -1 1
may ap- .. .
Johnson, Samuel A. James, JamesP. ft /i !
pear to be of most significance in relation to lung cancer I ; Parrish John R. demons, Carl ; /( igDon't

are wqrsejyng cough, wheezing on one side, coughing of ,II I I It Henderson. Johnny E. Barnes,

blood and weight loss., When lung cancer is suspected I Bobby L. :Mann Ray Eugene

prompt hospitalization, is indicated to establish or refute Griffis, Leroy Wims, Roman M.

tHe "diagnosis., ortunatelyt even in the best of hands, the \ Alvarez' Leslie Thomas EdgarG. .

fife survival for who have been treated Akridge, Albert A. Clarke. .. .
rate .
year patients Jonathan p ->*" 5y ..
9 1 Ernest'BVells, J 'D. Mosley < ,
affer the development of symptoms of lung cancer is low. faint-you em always 4 1Md
1I Cecil Waters and Johnnie L. loan from 61
The outlook is somewhat better if the cance is found by a I l aeNCA. N1EBRt E. Clark: get a ILOC.L | t

routine X-ray, and treated before symptoms develop. For water to boil and they will not I II Navy Reservists: Hugh E. Cros- ( i
Wherein tne days or June ar- FINANCE CO. if
lung cancer the best treatment is prevention. For a smoker t crack. I always stick a liver full i! by, John Allen .Carter and Joe No ruler the val- I Sizes 22-30 ,
i rive. My month to be glad in. We can measure
]! of holes before I fry a chicken. ,
the risk will be markedly reduced by foregoing smoking. Padgett.Air
I ue of a quick loan when it is desperately .
eat glen onions, radishes lettuce, i!Then the grease will not pop. Force Reservists: Reuben L. Values $3.99 e Sizes 10-18
But the best and easiest prevention is not to begin smok- and rhubarb needed. Our service is
Rinse a pan out with cold water. Grider, Clyde D. Griffis, Jr., Ned
ing. Adolescents will need to be informed and advised repeatedly fast, reliable and confidential. '
I look
at crowded
cupboardsAnd before heating milk and the milk W. Pringle, Earl F. Coggins,

,by parents, by teachers and by health workers. decide to throwaway I wil not stick to the pan. Claude L.: Thomas, Deloren S. $$2-99 91t.c.ROBBINS'

The influence of the example of parents is an added rea- The years accumulation !I I We had' company the Sunday Hodges and Robert Williams.The .

son, for 'dad to reconsider his own smoking habits. The pre- Of clothes and hats and shoes. > before Decoration Day. Don's ,board is open all day each I .

sent hdpe of reducing the risk of cancer of the lung is to The bric-a-brac., the present*- ]j cousins and they went to the Monday, Tuesday Wednesday

attain a reduction in the use of cigarettes. The things we never use. j i cemetery and .then came for a and all day Thursday. Ii I I I!

.. Tne odds and ends, the papers,:; late dinner 'with 'us. We are having i I

The dishes, chipped and cracked, ;| company .tomorrow, or Sunday -
I I I' I' III" : ;
. f The well worn books and maga-| ; again. It is fun. to have court Conway Airpark Site '

Home Demonstration zines t pany. We) have .the ,house, clean I I
Never neatly stacked. and since I am not so tired from I For Gospel CampaignConway

A 1 Notes But something'always stops me I funerals-Life is wonderful. Airpark North .'JThe Store Of Values"i
For memories are boundIn I Don has taken the new ... .
'b1DOROTHY | see Orange Street ,will be the site fora .. .. .. .

ROSS these horded' souvenirs I'' funeral car for a spin. So he can Salvation, Healing campaign, .,. --'i"-.- '. .... -". ,..
The worn and lovely dreams Ve learn all the new things on it.Bye .
Home Demonstration Agent keep now and God bless you conducted by" Charlie Wade. ,

To solace future yearsCatherine. every one. evangelistThe ,
Iltpbronn Cook-Out I ed, in oil and vinegar, and crusty E. Barry. LOVE. MOTHER LURA campaign will run. from

Members of the Heilbronn Demonstration i rolls. Every spring I am' sore mostof June 26 through July 15, and will \ :$ '
be held. under a big Gospel tent. -I ../
Club enjoyed their i Vegetables us go through this same feeling i :
!I We should get :rid of this, Summer Camp Pictured' with Evangelist Wadeis animal\ cook-out at Goldhead Fresh his wife ANKS
vegetables are coming in Sophie talented musician .;
and put that away out of sight.A .! ,
Branch State Park last Wednes now and people I composer, and teacher. i 'ci .t
j are beginning to couple of times in my' life I! Set For GuardStarke's I .
day. i I Evangelist Sophie Wade will
Fan and freeze them. To add a j r have made moves and really done i ii : appear -i .- '' Those enjoying the ouUng\ were National Guard unit, nightly at the organ to lead I .-, '-.1 ;
little ri with look
things. Now I
something to those delicious i away : .
Mrs. R. "R Young, Mr$. John back Company: C, will attend summer congregational singing. She will -
and wish I had of
some my
Ha icy, Mra. S. A. 'DeVoe, Mrs. I vegetable lie meals here is a favor- childhood things. Now when I camp at Fort Stewart, Georgia also sing special. numbers, accompanied I nave :;

W' liam ''Fuiucan. Mrs. J. B. 'Cucumber pickle recipe. want to move something I put it 1 j* from July 17 through July 31, by piano? and ac- S ..
W te. Mr H. B. Hamilton, Mr. Crisps it was announced this week. cordian. ::
an Mrs.:.A. C Ellis. Mrs. Neal I Soak 7 lbs of cucumbers sliced in the attic. There is really an as-f')i The advance detachment of the The public .is 'invited to attend i <
sortment of
things .
Ly< iu, and Miss Dorothy Ross.. ohe-fourth inch thick in 2 gallons up I un \\illleave, on July'13 to make these, meetings which will !be held (v } i
I have told how I clean
you oncea ,
Preparec(! the barbecued of lime water [(3 cups hydra- nightly at 7:30 The i
on grill were i preparations for the arrival of the p.m. meetingsare attracte '
year up there. I think it fun as j' 4 .
chicken, roast corn in !Itld lime to. 2 gallons water) for : main! body on July 17. The unit sponsored by the Hi-way :1. '; ""
one grows older to look back- '
shucks, tiscuita. and loll baked !124 hours. Drain and soak for 4 I will moin military conyqy' asa Chapel Assembly of God Church: ; : '
Such beautiful memories 'and oft
potatoes. The agent showed the !hours in fresh water, changing i part of the Guard units located Rev. D. P. Burgess is pastor ,0-;''
brings a tear to the eye and relieves : r\
members how to grill shrimp, i water every hour. Drain again. ,. .
I in north Florida. .,. ..
the ache in the heart for > : ",. .'
which everyone agreed de t Make-a 'syrup of 5 IDS. sugar 3 r .ti\ !
was I loved who have During the two weeks of encampment .
licious. i i pints of cider vinegar" 1 teaspoon ones passed on. 'I the unit will perform Two WrecksQccurlnClay .L.'ZJfil': .' tn e' "-
Yes .
the lovely dreams of our I .,
each _
Chlrcoal Grilled Shrimp I cloves, whole allspice;; I duties normally required'of an : ""! : ,
young days may not have materialized .
Allow) one-half pound large or j celery seed and 4 sticks cinna- armored ordnance company. These y -.: ; 5i
as we expected, but inmost j er) ;
jumbo shrimp ,mon [broken]. Bring to a boil, '
per person to be I duties will include maintenance I .
served. Peel. and wash in cold. ;'pour over the cucumbers and let ,I cases better ways. So I, for j i: and repairs of such military c
one love just to sit and do nothing : MOST ASH
water. Remove and vein. If de- stand overnight: The next morning i j! equipment as 'M-47 and M-48 Florida Highway Patrolman W.|
June To
on a day. just |
sired. Place in bowl. Make up a boil for one hour, Pact cucumbers I and i i I tanks, wheel vehicles, 76' and? 90 R. Harvey reported two wrecks
t dream to look at the sky
marinade:, using one-half cup I lightly in sterile jars. hear the birds sing and just enJoy m.m. guns, personnel and carriers, which took place in Clay County I)
olio or salad oil. one-fourth cup Cover with boiling hot syrup to I II Recent promotions in the unit last Friday afternoon, June 17,1 I
J being alive- My garden is !
lime juice, ana 3 tablespoons Soy which 2 garlic buttons have been i I were Harold Epps to sergeant Jut injured no one seriously. I I '
I the
growing fast and have
Sauce for each two pounds of added just before pouring in jars. (! first things to eat now.we James Williams and Glen Crawford At 4:45 p.m. a 1958 Oldsmobile !i\ SAVINGS S H

shrimp. Pour over shrimp and ,Seal and process at simmering 10 .I Just answered the door bell to specialist 5th class, Gus. driven by Victor Lambe. of Starke

stir to.COolt.aU shrimp. Cover and !minutes in a hot water bath. and it was the man with our new j i I I Ko'pelousos, Butch Sinith, Irvin skidded on. ;wet. pavement on SR

refrigerate two or more hours. Chill before using, funeral car. It.is a beauty. 'A sil-I j I CoVington, Wilbur Barry, Irvin 230 and crashed into a pine tree.
Pat shrimp by I ,The car ,was totally demolishedbut
on skewers slip- Browning: Paul Crawford, Ralphi
ver grey, with maroon lining inside j I .. :
pins skewer through the ends of and it is air conditioned and I Ij 1 :Martin and Thomas Murphy tospecialist : Lambesuffered only minor '

the shrimp. Place over : coals.: BETHEL MISSIONARY j just lovely. It is an S&S Cadillac.We !! 4th class. injuries. He was going east toward BECAUSE: Bank_savings dollars.ar safe, ,are :

Turn in 2 to 5 minutes. Cook 3 f I BAPTIST CHURCH have not had a funeral for j s. Lieut. Fred Snell unit recruit- KJigsley Lake. handy when needed, earn a return without the :

to $ more minutes. Do not overcook : Sunday School, 10 a. m. ,Moramg i some time now so that gives me I| in: officer, stated that a number At 5:30 of the same afternoon, I depositor's having to, invest; Y he bank saver ',,
; If shrimp are small reduce | of vacancies, exist in ,the unit at and! also.on wet pavement Charles :-
t Worship, 11 a. m. TraUnion tune to clean, work in my garden I can draw on bank experience and facilities for I rI .
cooking time. Serve hot with 6:30 p. m. Evening Service and have fun. 'I always must i( present and extended 'an invitation Laffayette Harper, Starke, applied -:j I .

your favorite cocktail sauce. This I 8 p. TO. Prayer Meeting each stay by the telephone of coruse j to young m'en, both veterans brakes to his 1956 Chevrolet i|'I help with" other money matters: t. In short'\ ,, ,".. :
!is I and and slid into a: driven by because The Bank is the Saver's Friand'pWE *
delicious served with baked po Wednesday. 8 p. m. Everyone wel- do not mind that. j .non-veterans, to visit the car i Best :
tatoes a large green salad dress- 11 anda Armory on Tempi Ave in.StarkeI Boris Evelyn Rardin of St Peters- I i
'come. Rev. R., L. Lee, nastnr._. The sun is hot here today .
--- I for information on the Guard pro- burg. The accident happened nine I INVITE l
: breeze blows. j YOU TO SAVE AT OUR BANKlMt {
gram. miles east of Starke on SR 16. ;
Jrllo & Marshmallow Salad :
I Lieut. Snell pointed oat thatGuard Neither party was injured.
Dissolve; a package ,of strawberry -

THE BRADFORD; COUNTY TELEGRAPH I jello in a cup of .hot water. membership entitles each
i *dd at least ten large marshmal- member to full use of the recreational CARD OF THANKSWe '

eST. 1871 I lows. Stir and stir. Then add another I facilities at Camp landing wish to PLORiDA--I ;.: '
8 I and Kingsley Lake.PENTECOSTAL. express our great- : :
I| cup of water. As the jello ,
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS. .est appreciation. to the many ,
,4PEK FI7BU3HED COVTIXOCSLTCSTPW i tools. keep stirring and. they will I HOLINESS friends, and the wonderful peopleof I" ',, .c : I A i'1( t.tA'jfXE'; ; '-,

; t--e coated with jell. This is a CHURCH tie_Bradford : _, _.c. .._. _
TUB SAME: A8THSAO. County Hospital, _
P.1U.1N Pres. T..... ..* E. .. .. .. --ood salad to S.- "- -c_..
St Put trc4 '<* a. tldtu to a picnic or : Sundiiy School, it a. m.; Morn.I daring the, recent illness jind Of 21 IAIIXJ Of THE fLOUIS*.ATttllAL tOU"YEYIERFLDCU DEI03liMir4MCi nie i

tQ.-, --'OUIn- at ttuke. Iris U..u ..d .1. 1tuYs !''t'l!. Church .dinn!?!'. I tug Worship, li ai: nL; Evangelistic death of our husband -

Helpful Hints. Wet eggs in cold services, ":M p. m. I and father John W. Hendrieth.

'water first, before putting in hot I Wednesday Prayer Wetting [The Hendrieth Family l 'T U J _



THURSDAY, JUNE 23, I960 __ __u .. ----- ._-- -- -- -- -,. -. .- --- .,- ,. -

4AAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAA.BALDWIN. proving from her recent accident.I d School Boards Correction : St. Marks tpiscoualHot. !
... I Solution Found .s I
The Baldwin Chapter of the O. tut"ilrH'.a t.
\ E. S. met Monday night and observed Plan To Solve Las week the Telefraph stated Ii
of the First Baptist Sunday Jeivitta a::4 a a.m.
- a Past Matrons supper. !! 1 the membership>>
Initiation was also held. For Price Lag Church had increased from I Church School; lla/u t now Mora
.By, Mrs. C. B. Nolan Friends of Mrs. Annia Davis Pupil Problem !! 350 to over 1,600 in 16 years. uig 'Prayer and Sermon.

a411&&aA.aaA && A&... will regret to learn that she is i This should be corrected to say : Holy Communion-- t dun<
still seriously ill and had to betaken : In Farm Produce The school boards of Bradford!I that 1,600 new members have '!day, 11:00 &:m.; Third Sunday,
Smith-Rhden back to Ed Fraser Hospital I -_-;.,- --'. .- and Clay Counties will hold a : been added in that period but :30 a.m.
Mr., and Mrs. Marvin Smith I on. Monday. joint meeting 'June 27 to work :thai!; the present membership is' Wednesday-7:00 p.m.. Choir
announce the engagement and I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Swindle and One Bradford farm family, out e' plan for transporting schoolchildren I but i00. ; Practice; 7:45= p.m. Litany and

approaching maniage of their family will leave Thursday for a which also owns a grocery. store in the Kingsley Lake I Bible Study.
daughter. Carolyn,
Gene. Rhoden.. son of Mr; and ]I i I[ relatives in Florala Ala. vegetables produced on their 1 ti ti[ The two boards agreed on this !! Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn MADISON STREET BAPTIST
Mrs. Lacy D. Rhoden' of Macclenny. I: Miscellaneous Shower > farm. plan of action at an informal! ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday CHURCH

The event will take place on !I I:; W. M. U. members of the' Or- Unable. to get good prices for meeting this week, County School Evening Service. 7:45: p. m. YPE !
I Thursday evening. June 30 In anus Street Baptist Church en-I I their produce at markets in Star- Rc' rte'- I Supt. Harmon P. Morgan said. I Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m : 900 Block W. Madison St
theOtis\ Church of God. All tenained Thursday night June ke and Jacksonville the Oscar Morgan said both boards seemed Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m Sunday School 9:45 Joe.Wood,

friends and relatives of the young ,,16. 'with. a miscellaneous shower I Carter family decided to start eager to devise a plan that I I Superintendent.
couple are invited to attend. Miss I I!I honoring Mrs. Neal Milton, recent [their own "open air super mar- wculd be of greatest benefit to ....oiJ rO='i.1Rr BAPTIST Morning Worship 11:00.:

Smith, was a member of this I bride, the former Miss Vera .ket," and for two weeks have both counties. : Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- Training Union 6:15: Jim Har-
year's graduating class of the Smith. Games were played and <, For several these pupils :. I
I been very successful at it. years ng Ship1 a.m. Evening ten: Director.
Baldwin High School Mr, Rho- prizes awarded to Ethel Four- attended school in Bradford '' 7:30. '
"We wish now we had started ----- -- Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Ueetinf Evening Worship
den la a graduate of Macclenny, aker. Mary Lou McKendree, and {this 10 or 15 years ago<; ," said I] it intersects with SR 225. The "We would have sold almost County because of their proxi I i each Wednesday 7:30: p.ra. Everyone I Wednesday Prayer Meeting .

High School. Marolyn Petrey, after which Mrs. [! Mrs. Carter, pictured above beside stand shown above is right in nothing had it not been for the mity to Starke with Bradford .'i welcome.' -itev. H. H. Mott I II 7:30. '
Mf. and Mrs. Robert E. Jones. Milton opened her lovely : I I j jI I
many the transportation. pastor.
vegetable I I furnishing
their roadside Pastor.
night from front of the Carter's grocery stand, Mrs. Carter stated. J. H. Mabry, Jr.
returned Monday Jones gifts. Delicious refreshments were ]i stand which she operates while store. They live next door to the Customers have' come from as I Two years ago the Bradford I' I II
West Florida where Mrs. Mrs. W L. SuggS'and I
served by '!her husband is in the fields store. far away as Lake City Macclennj school board voted to accept these HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH -
had been called,by the serious Mrs. Wilbur Petrey. There were'!' pupils .only if Clay County pro- I I I '
of her mother. Miss Janet 18 gathering more vegetables. Mrs. Carter states that they and Jacksonville, Mrs. Carter :I I Sunday: Sunday School 10 I FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor.
guests costs.
I vided transportation
her grandmother i' This stand is located on the said. Their super market located a. m-. Morning mesage 11 a. m. Call & Christian Streets
stayed with
have sold their entire
Jones, F. A. Convention t' [fS R potato The Clay school board rejectedthis :
[Buddy Norman Highway right on the farm offers for Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Bob L. Badfett, Minister
the Baldwin
I Representing } about five miles from Law- crop about 300 bushels, at the plan deciding to send the I I
Little Miss Becky Nolan chapter of the State F. F. A.'12251 sale corn, potatoes tomatoes, students to Clay County schools:!i massage 8 p. m. Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Worship -
Mrs. I
I I tey. The Carter's niece, stands. Some days, she said, they 4 .
Mr. J. J. Monday Bible Joy Club :
daughter of and Mrs. Convention held at Daytona : and Communion. 10:45 a. m.
that distance.
':Betty Hazen also operates a I II sell corn faster than they can I pepper, etc. is picked daily despite the greater
Nolan, had her tonsils removedlast Beach last week were R. E. j ji However, most of the pupils con- to 5p.m. I Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice.
stand on the Raiford Road where gather it from the fields._ I fresh from the field.Bradshaws I :
Friday at, the Baptist Hos- \1 Jones, sponsor, and Eugene Bell. j jI tinued to attend Bradford schools Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6 p .m. CYF. 7 p. m.
pital in Jacksonville and is getting Gabby Crews, jimmy Coleman i, ed Sunday with G. W. Bell, Sr. daughter on Sunday, June 19, in relatives. i until the Clay board sought an 7:30: p. 'm. Choir Practice 8:301 I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. New
along nicely, I and Hairy Pouydou. Eugene Bell J i in Callahan. ,St. Luke's Hospital I ;Little Jadine Williams fell off ; injunction in the Circuit Court. ;I Ip. m- Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- ,Training for Service.
Mrat! Eileen! Benefield is im.TOVVASW received a State Award a degree ;, 'Vacation Bible School is being ,I Ii Baby, OUter of the porch last Thursday and During the past year a number I bert. Choir director: Fred Dodd. i iI I

-(Jin farming. i held this week at the Baldwin i Mr. and Mrs. Billy Oliver} ofFellandina cut his head and arm on a bottle.it of the students in the two areas I II i AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Ronnie: Jones is visiting with '! Methodist Church. i ii announce the arrivalof j ] required over 30 ,stitches to have continued to attend Brad- ,i I I IIIWAY CHAPEL 1 I Sunday School 9:45: :>> a. m.; Morn

s e r1W16 I his uncle and aunt, in Deland. i Mrs. Earl; Wilkes returned i a son on Thursday: June 16,. !close the wounds ford schools with parents fume:I ASSEMBLY OF GOD ing Worship 11 a. m. Training
George,Bell:. Larry Glass. Harry.;1 home Thursday from the Ed : in a Fernandina hospital. The! 'We are glad to see Henry Well- ; ishing, transportation., I D. P. Burgess, Pastor Union 645; p. m. Evening Wor

i I ., Kennicks and Doug Patrick of ,' Fraser Hospital In Macclenny young man; has been named Wil"am -I jhausen !improving from a recent : I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ship. 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer
the Tennessee Temple in Chattanooga I where she underwent surgery. I Lee. Mr. Oliver is the grandson I ;illness and hope he will soon feel I Commission Fails Morning Worship 11 a. m. Even- ,
I i: Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
.f MOTHERS MUST Tenn., spent the week-. i! Summer Program of Mrs. Mamie: Oliver of ',;ke new again. ;h j guistic Service, 7:30 p. m. Wed-i I'I
tIAVE WATER.. HOT end here with Mr. and: Mrs. G. i A summer program is open. for Baldwin. ": ''Miss Shirley Higginbotham is To Have QuorumJust I I iesday weekly prayer service, 7:45: Everyone welcome.

THINGS FOR W. Bell, Jr. and family. students at the Baldwin School. 'Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lyles and (visiting her brother-in-law and s i iI II I i 1-... .
'Willie Nobles, RaT Nobles,' !1 Classes in industiial arts recre- family of Bashi. Ala. arrived last I I.sister:: Mr. and MrsBob Robinson 1 one member showed up ,
: TUSTUTTLETDTSEE Emory Stokes, Peanut Pouraker,, anon and a library'program are I I"I Friday for a few days visit ,,1thMr. in Baltimore, Md. for a couple : *T the County Commission meet I AMBULANCE SERVICE I '

GET PlENTY'wmf Pete Rowland Larry and Harry open. If will continue for four I and Mrs. Jim Bridges and I i of weeks. ': ing which was to be held Monday :
Daniels have returned from the! I more week after this one. I II family. The Lyles are the proud: i Mr, and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and : night, June 20, at 8 p. m. I PHONE WO 4.2600
GAS 4-H Club camp at Cherry; Lake. I Baseball Tuesday I.parents of twin boys, born May j j family visited in Jacksonville sev- : E. L. Crawford was the only
r Mr. and Mrs. G.. W. Bell. Jr, Baldwin met': Whitehouse at : 16 at a Thomasville. Ala. clinic i eral' different days last week with :commissioner present, for the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

( I band family and their mpstJ visit-.. Whitehouse Tuesday for the first;I Mr. and MLS. Clifford Sumner '!'Mrs. Cannon's parents, Mr, and meeting. Another' commisisoner I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
( J I FOR 'SALECATTLE ,game of the season on' Tuesday ,. and Mrs. Ronnie Dixon and son. !|I Mrs, I.. A.: Bornstein. i;, Mrs. Jessie 'Chastain, called the
l-\ morning.. They'won by a score of Clif have returned home from a l j I Sir and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and I Clerk's office. and explained. that' Starke, Fla.

I 8 to 2, The winning"pitcher 'was I week's vacation spent in Sumner, !family: had, as their guest Sunday I she would be absent' because of;I Rental! Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
43 hud of registered and mixed ..I I Larry Raulerson. Losing, p pitcher,i I Ga. ,t the Sumner family're-1'!! :, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan! andjsori I illness.
I .
I black anfus cattle for sale, '!'Rcger Pouydou. I t union, and in Havana\ Fla. with of Seville, Mr. and Mrs. C. i Clerk Charles Darby, who was -
I These cattle will be penned an'd i i' Mr. and Mrs., Woodrow Hlggine Mr. and Mrs. \W McDonald and B!; Nolan and son; of Baldwin J. : also,present, said the com nlssi- ;

fWik.all-: '" : ready for ,inspection between th ,;botham and daughters- Cheryl i,;family, in Pensacola with Mr:,1C, Nolan and son of Jacksonville, oners'the absence have' been due to i .
.:land' Janet, and Mrs. Lenoiis and MrsAndy Romines six 1I i and: 'Mrs. Hattie Nolan They all '
.hours of 9, and 10:69: A. SL. Saturday f I ; I fact that there was no 1mpaitant '.4
YOURPYROFAX, I 1 Parker and baby son }left last I II I family in Bilosi, Miss with Mr. !enjoyed a picnic outing at the business to transact. : ;
June 25th. I home. x
I I weekend for a visit in Quantico I!and: Mrs. 'c. D. Sumner and fam- i pak ., The 20th. the third Monday in I fL your .. p ,
,I Sealed bid will be received and Va. with their son James Ed '[ily. Miss Ginger Cannon had to ,.V.- '
: I the month, i is; the date for a regular -
t GAS June 2!Sat I .
I' epenrd on Wednesday, ward. I Larry Romines of Pensacola ,carry her} mother, Mrs, Kyle Can- meeting of the Commission., i, for keeps ; : -
A. M.. at the New Method I I. _
10:00 .
Mr, and Mrs. Everett, Higgi.n-I,returned home with his grandparents ;non to the doctor: in Starke last I I yt.h ., .' .'
I DEALERFOR Cleaners on Temple Avenue.botham and family, Hawthorne, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wednesday.Mr. : $ .."1,11 .
I We reserve the rifht: to reject t, I with I Zinnia Show *
visited in Baldwin Sunday I Summer for a few weeks visit and Mre. Lacey Brown and I '
'THE : any and all bidi.i relatives i McQuaie-Bennett daughter, Irene, and Owen Knight I The public is invited to visit. ,i E'I ''.
-. i| Anyone not familiar with the ;| Mr.,and Mrs. J. Lawrence Williams Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett drove to North Carolina last. I Iweekend ; ..."'
I he annual Zinnia 'Flower Show,
BESIDEAL location of the Adam Green pasture -' and son and Rev. and Mrs.I I announce the marriage of their and brought" Mr.Brovn's taTthe I -, :.'
'I Friday afternoon, June 24, i -
I, ,I can meet Robert Green Sat,, ;(John Bennlon enjoyed' weiner !!daughter Joyce, to Harold Mc- children home for the I i 'ront hallway of the courthouse. I )_-- Gulf Life Insurance will keep\\''
urday Morning at $:45 at the i roast at Jacksonville Beach Sat- !Quaig! ; son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.I J.summer. I I j
IN TOWN ON I The show is !sponsored! by the '! home in the if
New Mctb, I or direction to the:.j tiles C. R. Rhoden is enjoying j ding was solemnized:: on,Sunday,, and':"Mi-s. J. D. Bell has been seriously i.,;i Home Council.. Demonstration- I I I you do not outlive your
i Refrigerators J I pasture. Itch* !>!. a vacation at the Camp Grounds :June 5, in the Methodist Church,, ill end we wish him a :.i i I mort sage.There are several, '*

Freezers in'Wimauma! FlaVShe ts-expect-: ': Kin sland. Ga. bv the pastor of tepeedy: *recovery.% .l,tinmen OF cl I'rsr: r- j plans-with exclusive :.>
1 i i! ed home on Thursday. the church Mr. McQuaig is with I We wish,to extend our deepest( ,
Stoves 1 Mr. and Mrs R. B. O'Neal 1 the U. S. Navy and stationed at jsvznpathV to the family of Mrs. r Sunday: Bible) classes) '10 a.m.:, \ Adapt A-Plan feature Afifc :

I 1 I visited In Mttdleburg! Sunday the Jacksonville: NAS. i Verdie" ires. who passed awayon I: Assembly Worship with the Lord's. your Gulf Life representative.::
Hot Water Heaters 1 l l 1 11lll1Ia. i, with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor. 'i Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett Sunday June 12th. while I II I Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assembly II I
Mr. and Mrs. B.. H. Sapp have I!.! have enjoyed a delightful three i I visiting with relatives in Sander- !! Worship, 6:30: p.m. I I t
I Washing Machines returned from a two weeks vacation weeks vacation. They and Mr.|son. Funeral sei vices were held i I Tuesday, Ladies Bible class, 7p.m. I I ,
..,._-11 in Metter, Ga. Their sister;!and Mrs. R. V. Bradley of Jacksonville (Ion Wednesday at the North :I .

Clothes Dryers .eI Arab Mrs. Mittie Paige, returned, home spent a few days? at the ,Prong Cemeteiy near Macclenny. ;:I' Wednesday. Bible classes 7:30 E Gulf Llf &tmaK&apuif, Q
I Y.00.It TIIMITI CONTIOlSAVt ,with them for a visit.. Stroger Fish 'Camp at Branford ;, A party was: held at the home !
Bill Simmons,
I S100 .r aer,. EDIT $. VM. N* Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pace have several. 'days at Johnson and I of Alene and Helen' Sweat last 1 1I r p.m."Come, let us reason together.preacher." 1 Founded 1911 Home Office, Jacksonville, Florida .
S kwm to plentt. Proffuienatl. "0". eiurned from a ,week's vacation I a week at Fernandina Beach. I Friday night!: and< the girls enjoyed .
',..V.W.NOion.., LIIIIIber Y.... no..c CM flU folder w s,s! "s! GJ nville, 8. C. i They 'tnjoye dinner on :Sunday I a slumber party afterwards. :
I j .. ,.
Baby Ren' m Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs., I '

Starke Builders Supply I Mr. end Mrs. J. B. Rentz an- .:.R V. Bradley. ; Starke Housewives I : -
219 !,.Washington' .
P nounce the arri"al'oi a baby Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pringle, Sr., "
I StarVe...., Fl*>. I had as their guests for Father's Not Reporting Maids
a I
Day Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Barrin- .
Men's Clothing eau of Fruitlani Paik Mr. and ;a For Social Security .- -

mm.STORE Established 1894 !III: Mrs. G. W, Pringle Jr. and family i I : "f .
Phone \YO 4.7551 I lu --1-- : of Leesburg and Mr. and Mrs.E. '! The Gainesville social security

r- .-.. '.- w 1. M. Pringle and family of Jack- office has reported that many ,, ( I

.., I sonville. Mrs. Barrlneau remained (I I housewives in Starke .- 'r ;.
are not reporting ,-t-'
here for a few days visit. .
i 1.J1. I Mr. and Mrs. Cine Pringle of j household help for social I.

.' t California are visiting here with security purposes ,
.-.. '1." I- ,..,. f ..,.....t .;;.1' -: Mr. and Mrs. G- W. Pringle, Sr. "As little as $4 per week in i I
t I _
: \ : "'.t. i I C. R. Rhoden enjoyed Father's cash earnings totals more than iI:
i1 9:
I c2
; ,{. fD ;; ;j:. : Day when four of his daughters, $50 a quarter and should be reported I i4 $ Ii

: ; AVT ;,- ...,>. Mrs. Nell. Taylor Mrs. Bernice to the Director of Internal
.J Thompson of Jacksonville, and Revenue," Manager John W. i
.,T' '. : Mrs. R. B. O'Neal and Mrs. R. V. Spann Jr.. said.. i i Come meet the star of your \\\W\

i I Wilson had dinner with him. Mr. Spann explained reportingis
;; :11 i Bl an Patterson of Rome Ga. easier than many housewives

\t{ ,ic : is visiting ;with his brother and think. Upon reQuest. Internal Re- I! FORD DEALERS! ti t
i iI sister-in-law, Ref: and Mrs. Billy I i venue Service mails a report form i ru/I/

i Patterson, for two weeks. each calendar quarter as a ref i -
I ;
Plans are being made for a revival I minder. The report has the form
j to be held at the Orange of an envelope. The housewife enters !

Well 1 I ver.- Octane !Ii- .3tieet July 31 Baptist and lasting Church through starting Au-I I the number worker's and name total, social cash security I I 41 TRADING FAIR! I

gust 7th. Rev. John Ashley I earnings. She puts a check or
Woodhouse of St. Petersburg will I money order in the pocket to
S be the evangelist. cover the social security tax and I I II IJ
Cities Service I' --. ,
9 .. .. The C B. Nolans visited in mails the sealed envelope to the '
s tloolt
.I-\tj a ra' T It. .... ... MasvUle Sunday with:. Mr., and address already printed on It. I;
f 6" Mrs. D. J. Parrfsfc and family I The tax rate for 1960 is 3 per II '

; ;. .!.. :and later joined relatives for an cent for employee and 3 per cent I 1
outing at the lake. for employer.No .
: 8. Mayor and Mrs. Travis Clark detailed bookkeeping. is required -

:," ,, The name auy b* imitated, lot tie quality :motored to Fayetteville N. C.: ., The fact that -a household I + j.
:; .., o- remain omoiptuedt! last weekend to carry Mr. Clark's worker is also reported by --

...., Not only doe Cilia Smke 100 PLUS mother Mrs. Sally Clark for a another employer makes no dif .
7 provide the l hi ference in reporting resPonsi- !
: -., ahett octane In untomotrre visit.Mrs.
t '; to -bat in addition It kw.f MT wortiwtile J. B. Cowart is visiting bility. Crab jou partnerand come arunnrn'to"; -.'.
with, her brother and his familyin t establishes the biggest monej- avine event in townTWCF'K
(. preieeti a talon that cw bf built iDle aD Proper reporting social :
:, 66 .Iteiuehe fuel J Vald ta. Ga. i security credit for retirement eelebrsting Ford > sales sncceMvilh .; .
tenife on 1960' For t! NOW 1 SHOWING .
,". Fa Treat yourself to tie sltimiW ia luxury '"............aannn i survivors and disability insur- And what cars to*61ve'onTake! Ford's fresh H x.:
f' 'perferm&nee.te-the gretet pwerpick ante benefits for the household t new stjllng.I That gracefully sloping hood, ,the reotlStdJspIOY' }" ,.;';: ." .
t op ud >mile per gallon JonVe ever kngirn.r lAXVUlBy worker. and her 'dependents. i \ not 9tAj acts the trend for beauty, but it lets '
Fill ap with Cilia Service lot PLUS.There' I For more -information visit or t i TO* lee the road 4H feet closer to the car. thrilling 1 performers .v / ., '-

Jaodrlq dso lie h! 14 r '. I Mrs.\ C. B. Nolan t write the social security district \:Step}mside. The doorway "dogleg'' l is gone assembled** for your fun ..-: : _
office. 411 S. W. 2nd Avenue, knees. Ford's famous .
a so no more bumped a .. ana_excifomenl i ,:r: '
10 You drive with the bet. 1AAA*r A AAAAAA T A A A,* A A,A A A,A AA. I'Gainesville., { 1 ,Pitt For-Pipk Cam/art. A for performance :,f : t. ,,1:4.:
< '
take r ora'. ,i.
v ; I-you can: your pick. vom .
.r.. ,by every leif Mrs. Mary Wellhausen has, CHURCH OF. CHRIST I-- v r..OI' Six! :. .
been the guest of her son and f; Charles Thorpe Minister. I Special Trading.Fak trade-in allowances,
= when you drive daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 1 I easy. terms!_ *Aiuui.* M<.&* 'coaol / '
Ernest Wellhausen. Bible Study. 10 a. m. Preaching E I
Kith Cities ServiceSILCOX 'I EST SAffiEOI tta nrtfs mst and
Mixville" has' Its ball team movIng aM Communion. 11 a. m. Evening I ,BBT Ul..aSllEST.1I Ul! pojKfar

again: They have-played tf O j i Service 6:30 p: m. Midweek Bible
samts with Baldwin and some ,Study each Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.i[
L i 11'iLh' Lawtey. Sorely hone! they In spite of an the changes that TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

will. 'have good, luck this summer.. go on in this cnangtagworld the f> t'-
: : Mrs.' Dorothy Waters Is improving -. fact still remains that spinal misalignments .!

; ; CITE@SERVIC705'Tempfe! \ from 'her recent illness.,I compress nerves and I 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw obstruct the flow of vital nerve

Aye. Starke, T.r enjoyed an outing at Lake 'Geneva 'ttorce-.to. any 9rgan. If' tte lung I If jWre interest in an A-1 Used Car Be Sure to see' your Ford Dealer*
last Sunday with some of Mr.j nerve compressed the flow of .

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I he plans to -save for hay. B. C.
Isonvifie contractors of the audi- investment man can All-Star Softball TasteIn
a young; VA Announces Sulphur .... 14 ne got ;good resaits. witu
ew.Auuitorium torium. make," Bailey stated "It Is one .
Team SelectedBy ii.wLa liarBe went on to
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introduced by I ihin that be taken from *
Bailey was a ;; cannot I Water clean everyUU1
NevI Pcnsiot.Plan City .'&J u4 II iit. >o Wit'S. ..uo
of :
I lotmer pupil his P, T. Noiin. I hu.l. Managers 1 ; .." .... :.e.. ....., ..... "a --.... _
Dedicated June 17 \principal Gf the elemcnt.aryschool i.!, Lailcy aba staled that school i, ,. I (Continued Ftom rase 1] !I .. InlkUdJ, >. V V 4-

: l at BHS. Nulin intioduccd; | children are smarter than they !I tuolodiana ana ics; .i- e uardlau.o. A league! All-Star' team has SERVICE{ MEN I II Hob Paterson used the District's

Bailey a3 the teacher who cut off I usea to be. Children come into 'u* Umcr canarm'-itccivutg deai.h been selected by the team managers Th- Council also authorized As. '

Continued.. From Page One} I his candy supply. In his teaching I 1 the cia&ftoom now with a kncnv-V i: pension;: iioni the VetcrA': to represent Starke soft- I istant Fir.: Chief R. C. Buford: to ,-tcu'01-.n.uji/i wie 4'ol uj ois uicu.jusilires> dun\: ; Boa metn

school Ke. sJd the schoi( already: I days Bailey cut out Nolin's practice -ledge U distorted of such things {,uiiniSLrajon would' be wise to ,bailers.in the State Amateur Soft- Fire Control Technician Beryl'!act a3 buildin inspector in the .I.**Uo some slumps ta this field he _

Jus a;* gymnajium: shop cafe- I of receiving candy from fellow I as space tiavel and cold wars,I II lect pension und i the new'pen- ball Playoffs in August. | ;J D. Case!. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. I absence or Fire Chief W. C- Carpenter &ld the chopper did a good job

:dorium end, stadium but the students as payment for ''he said, and it is the teacher's i I i ion law elective' July' 1, 1960.I Each town in ,this immediate I ]L. Casey of Starke, has recently'been : who acts as the:: regular 01 chopping ao\vn tne weeds and _

'.8, uditoiium Is the. final step in copying g-v>metry problems. job to .build this knoVlcdge .|nto ::i I ,he VA has announcedi /I V irea: will place a team in the AUj I j promoted to Chief Petty I 1 building inspector. it,9 out out acme tu the auuuit.r _

-the Building' program for the I In his yreech Bailey, a veteran I oinethuig useful. !:i I I The new law raises the income Star tournaments. !j Officer by'' the' U. S. Navy. 'I ... w V

P*esent.V lot 41 years in education.stressed I "Tlie Searching 60's" will bringa i i ilimli for childien' from $1400 to The Starke team consists'of: t| A veteran of 16 years, Casey is : J R. Wainwright used the Dis

Also present at the dedicationwas 'that every child should have the challenge to progressive: educa- I$16"00 per'year. Earned income' oi ill.Epps and Carlton Koch,.pitch-j t I currently serving aboard the U.I]I trict's; sialn drill to plant millet
I : tion. Bailey said. He declared! I the child is not included in thi srs; Tommy Pollard, Clayton j
the architect of the building, OPPel tunity for a good education. I i S. S. Robert A. Owens based in i and besbama tor glazing and
Jack Moore of the firm of Coin { "No child should be denied an i that schools cannot afford to.' limit under' the new law as.it is Strickland' Harvey Tanner, De- :Norfolk, Virginia? His wife and ..over crop.

end Moore of Gainesville, and (I education because he comes froma {Stand still but must grow with under the old law. V vayne Elder Bill Morris Woody,'two children live in Norfolk. Lack of rain has caused the

':Irs. E. N.; Parker of the Parker,\| poor area," Bailey stated. !each, generation. i Pension rates for children are Strickland, Glen Reddish and Lane Casey graduated from the Na- I le.- water level in the dug 'lish ponds

Construction Company of Jack- : "A good education is the best Every parent wants the best i higher under'**: new law.'For.example V Sibley, Infielders: Randall ,Davis, vy's Gieat Lakes Training Center ai the County 'to drop causing

I V ----- ._ 'education possible for his child. a child: receiving. $27.30per Mac McGriff, Townsend Strick and has served on the U. s.1 I I iioutuc of tun'erent sorts. The
!I Bailey: stated, and it is the eduI month under the old law can land, Tommy Clark! Sidney S. Columbia and Macon. Soil Conservationi

S I cator's job to show them the difference receive $35 a month under the. Jackson, outfielders and Harold S. 1 I oou Conservation Service has had _
FREE several tor in improving
SHOW! requests help -
between good and mediocre new law after July 1.'Two children Davis and Buddy Goodyear.-catch- Army Sgt Eugene' 'Wilson, son'i N-E.W-S the conditions of these

schools. each receiving $20-47 pei ers. ;of Mr. .and Mrs Ike Jones of j I By Bill Haas .

'"'t' Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M. month under the old law may V The Starke All-Stars edged the Starke is now stationed in 'Da-I I Soil Conservation SN ,Ice ponds.V John Gr\ffia\ Area Conserva-

"! each receive $25 '9.- month under Sperry) ,All-Stars.5-4 in .practice I.chau, Germany. He recently par- _
Ways ionisi. Conservation Service
Eight Soil
the new 'law, provided the 'cuitOdVthfl :- game last. week. The local team ticipated with other' personnel! A complete soil and water conservation BOD Pcavy, and Bill 'Jackman., ______

SILVER QUEEN V I of each child elects the came from two runs down in the 'from: the 37th Artillery in a special farm plan was preparedor
To .Save On Florida Stale "Fish and Game
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new laW last, inning to beat the visitors.! artillery support demonstration E. A. Lorenzetti. The plan Commission, were in Bradford
AT TilE V There is no Instance in which Dewayne Elder and Sidney in Germany.Sgt. calls for the use of Pensacola
., Soil Conservation' District help-
Gas Mileaae L no
., election of the new lawpiove ww ,Jackson--each ,had home runs and I Wilson, a gunner' in the Bahia as the main pasture grass. ing with these fish pond prob
to be disadvantageous to 'Woody Strickland went two for artillery's Battery B, entered the The pastures will be fenced. This .
lems. Pond weeds and scum were
FLORIDA THEATERSponsored E Your car can be made to yield th child it was said. V two, to lead Starke in hitting. Army in January, 1959. He' completed permits rotation(, grazing! which the biggest problems. Some of the
moe wo1'lht.ut VUipther practice is scheduled allows the grass to rest from _
miles per gallon of gasoline, The new law has a net t game basic training at Fort suggestions, discussed by the

according to the editors of : but the VA will not acceptan for Friday night, June 24. Hood, "Tex, and arrived overseas grazing, renew top growth and pond owners for control of weeds _
Changing Times magazine.The i .WithLake. ,City All-Stars. : the following March. maintain a good root system, yet
law if the were eliminating hallow edges
election of the new I :
by the Following Merchants: first step, the editors say, His wife, Lillian, is with him in utilizes forge while still palatable and marshy. conditions fertilizing
worth of th child would bar :
net I and nutritious.
lies in the choice of an economical Germany. Lorenzetti also
GEM I JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY car. That means selecting the payments under'the new law.Muggins Four Moonshiners V 55 plans to plant some temporary ,enough. to shade the pond bot.

STAR HOMESCRAWFORD SHEPHERD RADIO & lightest car that is spacious en- 'Caught" By Sheriff Aaron D, Williams, airman, pasture to keep green grazing at tom action, assuring'On the surface unhampered frequent wind _

TV SERVICE ough for transportation. needs; Warns 1 USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. j. A. all times. mowing or' moderate;, gracing a;

BROTHERS an engine of modest displace- Williams of Hampton is serving, We were discussing pasture round pond keeping organic ____

Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS ment; the lowest rear-axle ratio Farmers About Four moonshiners in two different -I aboard' the:newly converted''anti management with Rev. Edward matter out:of_the pond, and..using. ___

INSURANCE AGENCY available; the most economical cases were-nabbed by_Brad- submarine aircraft carrier USS Harvey the other day when he 2-4-D'in diesel-oil for edge spray ____

TERWLLEGAR, MOTORS transmission.Once ford County Sheriff's Department. Essex c>operating out of Quonset remarked "since I mowed that ing. V

a car with built-in economy ;Hog CholeraV Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding Point, R. I. pasture it has turned a dark I A complete soil arid'wirer' cob: _____
STARKE BUILDERS features has been selected, I t stopped a 1950 Oldsmobile at the Upon completion :of carrier green. It looks like I fertilized I sevation farm planwas delivered ___

DRUG STORE SUPPLY the keys to gasoline savings are South Georgia, especially }Ware I north city limits of Lawtey Tues- qualification for her pilots this it." to L. B.: Jordan. He is' interested, _

maintenance and driving habits. County near Waycross, Is 'experiencing day, June 21. Redding said he had June, the Essex will embark'group a Barry Dyle Jr. used the District's -' in bu11q g'" fish poncU,When the _

DENMARK FURNITURE LOCAL FINANCE Briefly the editors set up these a serious outbreak of hog wen notified the car would be of U. 8. Naval Midshipmen rotocycle mower to mow pond is completed the Soil Con

COMPANY COMPANY rules: cholera County Agent George carrying moonshine, and he had from the Naval Academy and colleges down the. rough on his place at serration Service will'supply., fish ___

-U 1. Engine tune-up. Tune it eve- Huggins reports. a description of the car. throughout the country' for Graham. .( for stocking the' pond. The supplying

ry 5.000 to 10,000 miles. Carburetor The outbreak, Huggins states. Redding stopped the car and arrested annual summer training cruisesto A. B. Whitehead used the District's of flsb"for the'stocking of _

and timing adujstment is im is one of the most serious V in two'Negroes, Richard Mur- the Caribbean and Canada. i seeder cultipacker to plant ponds is available to, people in ____-
portant. Change spark plugs many years and he urges local I Pen acola Bahia grass on one of '
39 ofBunnell Fla. James
: ry, ,:and the Bradford Soil, Conservation.
vaccinate''against this his old cropland fields.B. .
when needed: farmers to ,
Jones; 37, of Lawtey. The two District through the Soil Con*
2. Brake adjustment. Check highly contagious disease. Hug THE BIGHT POINT for 'the p. Holtzendorf used the Dis
bonds were at $800 each and the servation .Service, in Cooperation _
'a periodically to see that wheels gins says only two cases of the men way you write. Come In and select I trict's fertilizer distributor to put
charged with the
I were transportation with the U. S. Pepartment ot
turn freely with no binding or disease have come to his attention of moonshine.' ( fou '-favorite JTmBROOKIFountain : out some ammonium nitrate on a Interior Fish and. Wildlife Ser __ _
dragging. in two years, but that is no Pen. TELEGRAPH I II I field of Pensacola Bahia which _
Again in Lawtey on Tuesday, vice. _. _
S 3. Wheel alignment. Watch sign the disease is not dangerous. June 14, Deputy Sheriff George I __V_ V
front tires for signs of faulty alignment Huggins asks that1 farmers planto had PEYTON FLORIST
have their hogs vaccin-' car would be carrying notification moonshine.He that a. Sell It Rent It Trade It 11*PHONE 8.' THOMPSON wouu ST.'

4. Tire pressures. Keep tires inflated ated. In most cases he can vaccinate pursued the 1953 Chevrolet U1STI\CTIVE PLOWERSV

V A at least to recommended with only a single day notice and thought he could not. catch it. WK WIRE FLOWER_AMWOERBtfchg

V pressures; three or four pounds Huggins said. he got close enough to identify ''Vir" A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED FOR BAKE
cholera is deadly, very
little Hog a
above will save a gas.
the occupants and. to observe. them I New and "used Building Supplies>>
5. Accelerate moderately.. Avoid contagious disease that attacks Drive war pipe. 15' lengthi $1.23
when they threw a 3
; jug
Huggins states. Very WE.ORULS AND REIOL1JTION"S __. ___ of c- .... \Ir... per foot. See Billy Jackson, Jackson -
starts most is con- hogs only,
abrupt gas of shine from the car. Eiiildinr 'Supplies.V tfchff
sumed in getting the car moving seldom does a hog recover. It is ShufOrdnotified Deputy James 24 WOJiD' OR LESS 0.. 1.1. flhfiJm.. CbargiMACfl __ oft

from standstill thought that hog. cholera was Hamilton SINGER SEWING MACHINE -
who arrested L. E. Rat-
6. Shift up to top gear as Soon first observed in Ohio in 1833. By liff a 53-year-old white man, andJ. ADDITOAL WORD, OVEH 20 ______ __ ... P..w." Co.representative: Monday and wilE Fridays.be in Bradford For aer.

as possible. Top gear is the econ- 1840 it had come' to Georgia and B: Ross Gainesville 50% 'IICOVN'J' ON RgpEAT InERTIOU UIR AOse vice on' any make machine writ
Sees History 31-year-old : ADDITIONAL FOR. BLIND ADS OR ADS .NOT PAID r.r ADYANPwFi or call' Singer Sewing Machine Co.
: omy gear; stay in It as much aspossible. I Florida.It Negro, Ratliff's home in Graham 403 N. Marion St_, or Phone StO.
in th'e'Making.Get has been calculated that a later the. same day. lake 'Cltr. 11*. TfFOR"
V about 25 drops. rof, HAVE new JUoin program for FUR SALE
constant An two ccdose, '
7. Keep a of' .Both were 'charged with transporting farmer. Loans 1 to i 'eart Rady mix concrete. concrete block, SALE -.' Larr'e 7 room he us*
;; tiie.Complete tic1pate.alowtni"traffic and stops; : live virus.. if diluted is capable .removing and concealing for tl4e) entirs credit require. "0/1"11.. fence poet. sand cement. with aipiegrounda. Excellent lo-
to 3,000.000 susceptible'pigs. ..te oftJa. ta'r ull lal. tarnMotar njlx jqcic ''atten.'Catt tfornlp! s WO V7WLtfchi
when- the, brakes are used.. gas. ,I killing up 'moonshine.; Bonds were set at $400 CretH steef. oyster'aheU, '
l1y. G&JII..vUle roductl a LIIIt'rock and Roof Gravel. Phone V. __ ?
is wasted.: 'I wh.Ros.. w\ also charged with Aesocl&Uol1o UI :forUa Main \04t, Bradford Engineering
to three weeks, following OaInesvltIe ra.! \fchCu.. OUT OF STATE
8. Idle sparingly An idling en- Up reckless driving and is under an I tfchgI
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WestinghouseTable gine wastes about a penny's vaccination is required before additional $100 bond. -- --- RESIDENT

worth of gas.every four minutes. pigs are' protected against hog ':Tne two were given a prelimi. AU RADIOS Hake -REPACKED AH Me4ele t Complete T"' ee Service Wishes to *more to' Florida' 12yiaN
'This Is I :'Bales and
cholera Huggins says. Uuraable Charcta "
t nary ,hearing Friday, June 17.
LIBRARY WILL CLOSEON when killed-virus vaccine is used They' pleaded innocent and were,. SHEPHERD'S lamaa, Uveeit RAPID". .ra.te'"I I:"nmiDg Bracing De-Moss-; Now In management ,position.
TV WEDNESDAYS to prevent increased danger of bound over to Circuit Court. 412 E. CaU 8.. Phvie WO 4- 901Starkt 1 ng Cavity Work Tree Removal Excellent W rtDOIS.! 'Consider
I spreading the disease. V 1'''. TransplantingSapp' anythingyrite: jack Freeman,

County Library Box 712, Independence Kansas.
The Bradford COLONIAL PLORIST : Tree SurgeonsPETE ,
40 Farm I -
will be closed on V Wednesdays Midget League Sees Only F* T. D. Florist; In Starke. V : '4tp-6-23
during the months of July and : Flowers wired any place. Flowers SAPP, Owner .. a .
Meet To Discuss for.11 occaaloni locally. Phone I 3TABKE PHONE WO I-39M COIV OPCBATEB: LtlTftDRYSjKIT
August. Action In: 3 GamesThree WO 4-6Z91. SOS East Nona St. tfchg: TO WINN-DIXIE
FHA ImprovementsApproximately V I.f STAUKB.If :
BOATDBAIN BAPTIST CHURCH FOR nENT-Furnished apart you desire a business of your
OO ? games were played in the ments. Reasonable ratea. Near own this 111 '" )tat you have been
V. Midget League during the 40 farm families: hopping center. Phone WO J-201I looking f>r; Taker 9nly a' email
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Jaycee in Ala or WO 4-0771 evening or can at 213S. 'ash investment.ew fcpurs .
I IL Worship, 11 a. m. Training past week. hua, Bradford Clay, Putnam Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) day of your time and nets yon a
----== Florida Pest Control swamped and St. Johns counties who V ttcbg good monthly' income- You muat
-= Union 6:30: m. Evening Worship .
.. p. see this coin-operated laundry to
-i use Farm Home
Reddish Administration
;:; Johns Oil Co. 12-2. Greg
: -- 7:30: p. m. appreciate tt. Its Beautiful and It
-- and Larry Mercer each had two credit have completed a series of HASTINGS MATTRESS only taVes 15000 cash to make'i it
V Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
the Pest Control, : meetings with County Supervisor your own.
hits to lead .
.. 7.30 p. m.Pastor & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Call Jacksonville Fb %371 or
Rev. Sweat. while Dale Crosby' and Ken I, Hatlan R. Ellis for the purpose of write: Paul B. Hayp, Bcon-o-Wash

Everyone, Welcome.Barney Thomas had the only hits 'for the Improving upon their 1959 oper-, 710 Lemon St>- PaUtta Inc. P. 0. Pox SI 6 S Jax. 7, Florida.4t 111. $

losing cause. ations. Furniture Repaired Upholstered -_
Starke Builder's V Supply took This year-end analysis a serevice FOR RENT : unfurnished 3
W. C. T. Florida Pest Control 9-4 behind given by the agency, Ellis i .ton Heights. 160 and f<5 per mo.

._-.. STONEWALL JACKSON SAID: the hitting V and pitching of Barry said which makes loans eligible REBUILT Call owner evenings at WO 4-19J1.
'I NEVER USE AI/COHOL, I AM Smith. Smith slugged a grand to farmers to operate, improve p New Innersprings For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our :tcbr

11. MORE AFRAID. OF IT THAN A slammer and a double and pitched or enlarge family-type farms. "Agent i.Ua\"ItW BEACH ft COTTAGES
; the of ob., and Box Spring Electric kitchen. Reserve your
: YANKEE BULLET three scoreless innings,, retiring Among advantages a EZI N. Phone \VO 4-3963
: Temple now. Swim, picnic, flkh. Call Waldo.
I (UNION SIGNAL.) all nine batters he faced. Steve talnlng'loans'through this agencyare : DrOPVV.c&TdOVCSII HO ..%i U. or see )(r.. A. Comer

IY1VUl.1..Ial _V I Tilley with two hits and Harry lower' rates of interest and FALATKA EA 5.9168 FOR SALE New and used Earl ton, Fla.. Jltch 31:
;Dr PLUMBING FIXTURES. Gainesville -
long or short term plans for repaying -
,T-3500. .I Rabb and Emmett Akrldge with Heating & Plumbing. Hawthorne -
Need A one each led the Pest Control. 'the loan based on the farmers STARKEVO 45931UBS. Road & 8E 18th St. Stclij 7/28 EXPERT

The Community State Bank income. V proOf,8I1ALLEB Starke ,
FOR RENT -4 room unfurnished
:NOW GifiSWater won over the Starke Builder's' Ellis is in Starke at the county 4 tent apartment. 404 Lake St. Call WO 4- Painting

'IO Easy; Terms Supply 74. Dwight Elder was 'the agents office on the first Fridayof 4594. ItchgCali *

ONLY Bank's big gun with three hits each"month from 9-12 a. m./to WO 4-9374 If you are planning Decorating V
meet with farmers interested in Call WO 4-9374 U you are planningon on sending child to kindergarten .. ,
Ir New"Power-Up" Picture and Performance! in three times at the plate. Joe sending child te kindergarten in September. Mama Priest. AU Work Guaranteed i
Heater l Brown with a homer and Carlton FHA bans. In September. Mara* Priett. Stchg7/2J '

Right-Up-Front Controls Tillman and Bobby White with: ,Some of the better practicesthat _ _ r 1 tchg 7/28 V CALL

: *' Front Removable Filter Glass V V* .See. singles garnered the Bank's other farmers are working into FOR SALETwo (t) nice high farm FOR home RENT on-U.Two S. .301.fctory All modem modern I. WO 4.2671
their result of the and dry lots in the City limta.
hits. Hitting safely' for the Build program as a conveniences. Call WO 4-450L
21"* SO' Aluminized Picture Tube year-end improvement discussions :*3 ft. X U' ft. Reasonable wrice. V V tfchg For Estimate
er's Supply were Richard Wain Write Mrs. Lucille Easlon; iii., W.
finishes wright and Barry Smith with two include testing soils, liming, bet- 16th St. Jax. I. yift. '2tp '12J 'FOR SALE Equity In i bedroom
Limed Oak
Mahogany grained RICHARDSON
or JIM
houses house la Starke.. $100 down. Rest
J CLASS-LINED hits and Wayne Chitty and Wilbur fertilization, farrowing '
metal FOR RENT New tarnished like rent.'Write Milton Moshtr. Jox
-I ,;on WATER I Waters collected one each: 'and increased corn production.Farm apartment. J rooms, tile bath electric t!. Hampton. Fla. Itp2: DOZERS, TRACTORS

Built4nantnna Schedule for this week: 'families hi the counties kitchen. Utilities famished. Bulidoier, Int.rn Uonal TDM A.
HEATERS mentioned now using FHA credit $60 mo. AdulU. U. R. Judd 127 Overhauled; track rebuilt :.n,500
In and 'thistable FrL June 24. Johns Oil Co. w;I Lafayette St Phone WO 4S951.Jtchg Bulldozer Ain -Chaltn rs HOT, with
performance pleasure
power, Starke Builder's Supply. include 40 operating loans, V CI22 HKAL ET.TIC.r.r winch, overhauled track & rollers
I TV is model of value.Value is based ownership loans : . :
farm rebuilt UiOOTract.or
a Builder's 53
Starke ...
Mon., June 27, FOR RENT -. TV. lets |10 and Ut 187 br SW ,.... Urgefrumr '
sr era, Ford
on quality and quality is attention to vs. Fla. PestvCpntroL 58 Jeans.to repair the 112.50 per, .month. Dabmer's Gift hM completely, firaUhrtf.. 'Diesel, WO. . . |1,900.
19t16e1l1"ae Tu June {2S :and Wed. June farm buildings 30 soil and water Shop.-V .ltcbg SLtmtri and fmrmtVK alit Ue me.ROTBI i Tractor, HOe hrs. Ford
s.. fer O.I.paf<.t
detail.! commercially. -
; and 7 disaster 749 . .. h.. tl,308
conservation loans Price 917J508.M with ters.Y.1 .
29. Community State Bank vs. FOR RENT New S bedroom PAR* KQl'IFXEATBottora
-. ., (- lll, '.err' Johns Oil Co., V emergency loans. house OB Weldon St. Available JulyL win make ..ae, .. tfeU .ae.C :- Plow, Joaa-Dtere ,$258Rick
...trr '..". 2 .('ft..f tai*.
have R. W Brann n, Eoz 221 State Rake, Ford .. :. J23
I Loans totaling $321,020 .- -V 91M4.M dew.. Ttrmm .. bal.. V
Thar June ,30, CommunityState Farm. UpSELLLVG >> re.V. '
THE RIGHT TIME TO BUY ,on cm a aenu ntPElMAGW"witIa Fold-Over Harrow 'or $250
in this .. $. 381: I.s> te4 and .alssBr4
been approved to fanners r *- PrameBi.de ,
Bank vs. Fla.Pest Control. 2.Way \, Ford $275
NOW tIIa 1959 with repayments AT COST .< 12 ft. Deep City V lots s1.soo.oo.p withttrmn. Spring Trip Cultivator Bear
1 area during Freexer. Dahmer'c Gift 'Bboj! "Itchg .
van CAN Bt SURE..lFhT'VStIflt1IOUSC .1 leaf-lasting-. .. it3Efllg4z3zbttl.. 0.,Sa Starke Softballers totaling $313.l01.VBlanding sE.*>... .-*..t,,. B. MMC, .U Brrra .1 Par Ford&. .2-Rov. .. .planter..... .Attach. UOO,
'B1a I Prfre (14JS00JW VA FlaaBelag -
V \ I FOR SALE -crowder an4 k. Rotary Hoe. Sean . fit
I V I vs. Company C. eyed Peas. $1.21 'per hamper. You arallabU.A. Lime Eprtader! ,Sears . $40
yodexpetbpy"' : Have 'Week pick: and furnish container Ancel Front ,Loader S $200
End arf
; Busy Tues.. June 28, 7 p.m..' Camp Norman. Hellbronn"Section.ltp i: THOMAS. REALTOR V.
FertL Spreader 6 edr, Sears $118
SEE it crd "l1emr. Bl .nding'S' Lions Club; 9 pan... V 2'RowfUDtcr It FertlliJer .|225ClUla
I .., V- -, ----- Starke softballers'saw a lot of Company C TS. Waldo.Thurs FOR SALE One. office* fleak and hw gear . ..$75
DONNEEL action last week with six games swivel chair. Excellent *emdkIoa. FOR SALE 195, Studebaker Foraga u.ry.aUr,' Lunaell $560
'V ., June 30, 1:30, :CompanyC Call WO 4-8J71. Itchg Sports Car. Silver Hawk. '}209 J Fuel'.Pum P' *.% :', V .e UO
being played. vs. Garden Restaurant. V down, 7.000 miles. Loaded. June Plattorm'- Scatei Sear . ,$45CttleChutL
As Low As $7S.SO Garden Restaurant took the : For your 'Tupperware Heeds, home only Call Lake Butler, Hyatt (. 1 "-. '} ...*. use
I V at. League, standIngs parties. or dub parties. call vourauthorised sm. itp 'in Feed Mixer Helix .. V V $125
Lions Club Oto 9 but the Lions W L Tupotrware dealer Lor- Hammer .)UU, Gthl . $239
NORTH Wnod !.F. 1-U1 Itfhg
V received vengence jin the second Camp Blanding ______ 7 1 "' V FOR RENT: Furnished upstairs Spraying E4tlpmeatBer.* $104
apartment 1 rooms and bath. ill Elevator Sears ... ,. : $1"0
V FOR North Florida game beating the Garden 16 to 14. FOR SALE Sweet COn Ke dos.
I : Garden -_i .__- 3 3 T. N. Norman.Rt 8. Epperson. Y. L. Klrchalne tfehg 20 Steel Windows.; Bean Ol
TV SERVICE AND REPAIRSNORTH In other games Camp BlandingBeat Waldo _-1. 3 3 Heilbroan. !. Section ltD Aluminum ,. Start:
I Waldo, 10-7 and :the Lions 1 V WANTED Old faihlon Urge din 4r x,100% per roU . $55
V Company --- nlng room suit, Reasonable Alsonnrserr 2r X'loeX-Mr.roll"' $30
4 I Supply Club 7-6 and Waldo won two Lions dub ._. 1 4: PAY BACK BUXSAVON furniture. Write P. 0. Box 504 Number'Tags t .Chains .not
games_fairing,Company C 5-4 and COSMETICS tea openings 1H7. Starke. 2tchg .:S9CIL CALuiyEz.4u$,: GAIKE8V1LLEtt .
i FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. eat. for wrftUe .ladle Titubfe _fr"' "" 'V rbl'd $23
222 Temple! Ave. the Lions 51.Schedule Cash paid for rood clan '* ODD JOB SFBVICEJ ." -:7.-.. ..
Phone WO 4-2113 for this week: ten netN.' Khaki er'. wool L boon. Excellent 'tacame. Paintinur Carpenter Work. Manvn FOR. R55fUnfarnU. *a bedroom -
Write Oulda Sweat P.'O. Bex Work. Land caplDIr. Window WashIng *.rajrr 1jr' remodeled. S31y. :
Tm'iiaph. C. ,
| FrL. June 24. 7 .. Garden Brinr-to BradfordCoinhy' ;
222 \\04-2113 p-m.
Temple Ave. Phone I Reasonable! Dependable. Wmisifc.Pkoii. :wo
.. V vs. Lions Club: 9 pn.COip -' .. 540 live oak.r1A ; V I Call Me. Woodland .-..U. P. JiB V ") 40312.30

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Council Votes F I Activities For Keystone consists of Heights three games playground., all at MELROSEBy

Friday, June 24, Keytsone
_Fa _. By Mary K. Scbaeffrr i To Cancel Rec. ProgramAre Heights vs Waldo. Joyce Bothnammer
June WLsa&4aa as aa.Aaaaasa a.
------ -- Monday:: 27 Keystone
Weddings, Weddings, Weddings was married in the Mount Lebanon .W Y ..s9dx Heights va Starke.Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason
This is the season for folks to United Lutheran'Church, Beach LeaseAt Scheduled I : June 29, Keystone spent last week visiting their

get married and this week we in Mount Lebanon, Pa., to Miss Heights vs Hawthorne: son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
have accounts of the wedding of Enid Frances McGinnis. 4 I All games start at 4 p. m.. If and Mrs. Cecil Harris of We-
a former Keystoner, Keystone residents After their honeymoon the a meeting last week the A schedule of activities in the a game is rained out a double
and future Keystoners. couple will be living in the Mick- Keystone Heights Town Council Keystone Heights Summer Recreation oi header is played at the next laka.Miss Donna Markham of Jacksonville

I Edward V. Stuckey: III la's. "Honeymoon apartment" on voted to borrow $3,800 from the L R Y Program has been set up scheduled game. spent last week with her
Is Married In OrlandoSt. East Lakeview Drive. John Rus- Keystone State Bank to use in and will be followed for the remainder The younger boys Baseball aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mark's Lutheran Church In sell Jr. will be attending the Uni- cancelling the present lease to of the 8- ,'eek program.If league schedule is in the processof Continued On Next Pagel
'Orlando i was the scene of.a lovely versity, of Florida for his Ph. D. beach facilities.The any changes are made in dateor being set up. When completed,
wedding on Saturday, June 18,, in ,Engineering. He recently com- present 99 year lease, negotiated time, they will be posted on the schedule will be announcedin sed almost all the funds necessarY -
:when Miss Carolyn Lee Melhornof pleted his M.. A. in Engineeringat nine years ago with v- the bulletin board at the pL.y- the newspaper and posted at for financing the program.
Jacksonville became the bride the University of Florida. Keystone Beach. Inc. has proven ground. the playground. They are still a few dollars shortof
of Edward V. Stuckey ill 'formerly Cirdner-Edflstein WeddingTo unsatisfactory as far as the townis The following activities are offered .About 100 boys and girls are their quota and would greatly

of Keystone Heights, now Be Event Of July 2 ,concerned, according to MayorM. every afternoon. Monday I!participating in the activities offered appreciate any donations. Any
of Orlando. Invitations have been sent out I> Beasley. r x, through Friday: in the summer recreation one wishing to contribute to this
Given in marriage by jier, father for the wedding of Miss Mary -< The Council hopes to negotiatea acL" Shuffleboard, Tetherball and program this year. Members of program is requested to send
,, George M. Melhorri, the Louise Gardner, daughter Mr. new 10 year lease with HubertE. Horseshoes-2:30: to 5:30.: the board, representing five of their" contribution to the treasurer -
bride had as her maid of honor and Mrs: Sam A. Gardner of and Leon fcidaught, present Tennis-3:30: to 4:30: for older Keystone's civic clubs, have been Mrs; Charles McGlave, c-o
Miss Sandra Rlggenbach-- Bridesmaids Keystone Heights,. to Lieutenant operators of the peach facilities. group and 4:30: to 5:30: for working oh this program for the Summer Recreation Program,
> were the Misses Barbara Rand Edelstein of the United. The Ridaught. brothers have op- younger group. past three:months and have rai- Keystone Heights. '

:LeRegina, Patricia Melhorn. and States Army, a recent graduateof I erated the beach facilities since Baseball practice:30 to 4:30:
.1rs.IJnda Mills. West Point, and son of Mr. 1955 when they subleased them t { q for 8 to 12 year old boys and P
Walter Mills ,was best man and Mrs. Bert Christoffers. Jr.. from Keystone Beach; Inc. f : r 4:30: to 5:30: for 13 to 15 year old C. J J. "PETE" O'CONNOR
and three young men from KeyStone of Keystone Heights.. The wedding At a previous meeting a letter boys.Volleyball
;/ Heights were ushers; Mike will be on Saturday afternoon from the Insurance Company F a -starts on Monday
Adams. Bubba LaMee, and Henry. July,2 at 2 o'clock, in the North America was read listing ., June 27, at 2:30: p. m. Real Estate and Appraisal Service
Hall., Jr. K 3.stoneeights Community hazards that. exist at the beach. Softball for girls-will begin on

A reception\ was held in te Col- Church. A reception in the Wo- These included repairs needed on Friday afternoon, June 24, if a Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights
lege Park W man'a Club' followIng man's Club will follow the cere- the beach house and dock. t- large enough number of girls sign
the ceremony. After a' honey mony. .' In other business, Carl Piper up for this activity PHONE 4297 .
moon on the East Coast, the,cou- DuPont Employees To.Hold submitted a petition bearing the Bowling-will start on Satur-
ple will reside at 295 Par Ave.. in Picnic On July Z names of 63 residents in the day, June 25. A minimum of 10 LISTINGS WANTEDOn
Orlando The Annual Independence Day i south-west section of the city, boy and girls is needed for this -
John Bnsell Hall Jr. Picnic for all DuPont employeeswill along SR 21, protesting the speed Mrs. Edith activity, Anyone interested in
Baker Wins Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved
Is Harried In Mt Lebanon Pa. be.held on Saturday. July 2. and noise of -traffic in that'sec- bowling must sign up at the
*Ic Residential Farm and Business Property.WE .
People who have lived in Key All Highland Personel will have tion. Playground bulletin board before :

stone Heights for a long time will their picnic at the Keystone Pub- Chairman H. L. Ownbey said "Good Saturday morning.For HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL'TYPES, AND
lic Beach, while those who workat he would appoint, a committee to Neighbor Award"I additional information on
remember Mr: and Mrs John INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.
discuss the matter with Mayor of
Trail Ridge will picnic on the I any above activities contact -
,Russell ,Hall. On Saturday June shores of Kingsley Lake near the Beasley and the safety director Mr. Earl Cherry or Miss
18 their son, who was born aft Officers' Club at Camp Blanding. and develop all the facts. In the I Mrs. Edith Baker of the Key at the Keystone Airport Mrs. Charlene Dennis at the play- I ,..w.r.r.
meantime, Beasley said, police Baker provided the pilot transportation
Smoky ground.
er they moved from Keystone, Bear Member stone Airport m Keystone
Enjoy'Library Program officers "have full authority to Heights was presented a -"Good lunch, and a telephone. Two other activities are offered Year 'Round Air Conditioning
.The boys and girls of the make necessary arrests and serve"I Neighbor Award" by CommanderR. When a repair crew came to in the summer program meetin
Smoky Bear Club, organized for warning notices where indicated.' J. Stegg skipper of Attack t work on the grounded craft sheprovided the morning. They are:
TERMITES Summer reading and fun are off Councilman Bill Beam said he Squadron 176 of the..Jacksonville them dinner. Smoky Bear Reading Club HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM

to a fine start toward readingthe had requested''State Road Depr.to Navy Air Base after her "out- I Mrs. Baker was also awarded adiploma each Wedneday morning from --
required number of books. provide additional speed standing service and assistance"to : J>y the U. S. A. F, upon 9:30: to 10:30: for story hour at FOR AS PERLITTLE
On Wednesday mornings, there limit signs on SR 21 in the south a VA-176 'pilot and repair i j I completion of an Officer's: Can- the Woman's Club Library. The AS $ S 00 WEEK

is a'story hour conducted by Mrs. west section of the town. He also crew.. didate Course, Maxwell Air Force library Is also; open each Monday, I
suggested that members of the Base hi'Texas. She is, 2nd lieu- Wednesday and Friday afternoons
Roy Watkins. Mrs: Roy Watkins When an AD-6.Skyraider from|i 1 a
DLL IHEd isetnelt v ABA3 divides her'story into two parts:I Council. ride with the',police of- that squadron 'was forced to land tenant in the' Civil Air Patrol. from 3 to 5 o'clock for reading CALL REDFEARN KEYSTONE HTS.
WW-IV TEEMTTE CONTROL fleer to make personal observation and selection of books.
act and fiction. On the first story 4252
,..... IWO W AW-. BMV>!. Mfe lie of the situation complainedof polis, Ohio.' Mrs. Niebert has.a. morning except" during the two .Arts and Crafts-each Tuesday
... tt ,au... frWwtaMQr yrcvwC hour June 15, Mrs. Watkins I .. swimming
I nN. K--deI.. .tntUMfcr fiction. On the first story hour and that the Highway Patrol summer cottage near Crystal weeks of .the Rotary morning from 9:30: to 11:30 at FOR FURTHER DETAILS -
... I-k y.4 Th.. ab.w MBrooklyn setup a temporary _radar: ,in that Lake.. program when :It will then meetin the Keystone School. ;., u.. _
June 15 Watkins
morning ,
Mrs. i ,
Suppfy.-Jlo.use'( told sMun-story of "How Henry area*---. '. :' *JTTW:" The' first meeting of the jartsand "the'afternoon: The- --Baseball-.. ---'schedule-- -for the- .....- -.......... .';>'>--", ," '..... .. J
Keystone Heights'Flo. Beam also suggestedtha.... the crafts ;ilass. was.Held 1 >Tui- pnUBcn we. : '
HUggins got his Dog" a, chapter Safeti, Committed, hold public day morning. This was ,an organ- St. Williams Catholic: Church

,- hearings abQut. the traffic situa- izational meeting for all 1st .;, : e,weeks to follow, Father
McKINNEY GREEN DEATON tion and that the .Highway Patrol through 4th grades boys and girls :Uobertth Kincaid,, Father Dough
and the sheriffs .of Bradfordand interested iri the class. arty new assistant will say
REALTORS Clay attend., \ Mrs. Niebert is planning to Mass at 7:45'ach Tuesday morn-
._ v Councilman Corbett Terrell help the children in many projects ing. Father Kincaid will usually
HIGHWAY 21 MELROSE, FLA suggested thaf'the-Council makean involving materials, found be in town' on (Monday evening;

YOUR LISTINGS INVITED SALE"OR RENTAL effort to secure ,signal lightsat in the: Keystone area and would I in ,the event anyone would like
.. <'lii the intersection; ofT GS.& F like the parents ty help their to see him. about. something spe-
Phone GE -2981.o. 5-5112 I Railroad and SR 21._The suggestion > children gather these materials.
'':., .* .s II was made Jter complaintsof The children will be asked ,to cial.The .annual Ham Supper spon-

WlMFSEn.lI.! I l. CRAWFORD, Associate narrow: escapes. by.. s several citi look for various types of leaves, sored by the Catholic Club will
zens. pine "needles,. sweet. gum balls, soon be underway. Labor Day
The Council, also accepted the. seed pods.. etc. Also needed are has a habit of sneaking up onus
1 McKAY AT KEYSTONE* low bid of $2,003,41 by,Bob Lang-. old inner I tubes small jars .and at'the end of the summer. Thoseon
ley, Inc. of Jacksonville for a new bottles yarn 'and plain paper the supper committee are an- t

3 BR Frame, large all. purpoSe room, -bath, centrally Willys Jeep. for the.-Fire Department. plates. xious to have' door prizes and t A I

located.. In town.-,.$4,750..,i"' ,$2,000' down. $. *, month..). A sum. of $200, requested .by,, continue The arts to and meet crafts each class.Tuesday will other(Continued prizes donated on next to,Page the cause.) i iIi

Mrs.' Rosemary Daurer, ,secretaryof
-Sandy Beach, easy ternfe
the Summer Recreation Pro-
$1,500., gram, was alloted'to assist In the I II
operation of the.'program for the I .
Building Lot 1 block to school nice
,neighborhood. remainder of the, 8 ason.A r.--.r' .---rI
$1,000. Terms mosquito .control" programwas

discussed,_with the Council HRYSLER

S. E.0 MCKAY REALTORKeystone by Jack TrawIck:Bradford' Coun- .
ty Sanitation Officer, Trawicksaid ... AIRTEME'
the Clay County, Commission I
Heights, FUu had' turned down the program I .(
PHONE 3071 and for this reason no state aid _"' "
could be secured.
T 1 He said a truck could be pro- NeW LOYCSt3OOT

cured for approximately $300 and

stated the' program .would ,cost .
around $1,200 for the, summer. .
< AUTOMATIC WASHER."Wrinklefree"
This, Finally, the .. option.of: a .
building code was.stabled until a T .
l til earis future.'meeting. Air .! S washing Triple-action rinsing

.. Partial load control a lo-!b.tub capacityModel
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m 1.., .' from Cleary.the book She "Henry also taught Huggins"by the Cools Y ur Whole' House LW025

boys and girls the various types Fttl& &<<< p
of trees and how to identify
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them. On June 32, there was an-
tcp lacemerdwarranbon _
other fun-story and a '
Above the entire coaxial "-
moon; ?
Ewe hate that wordI. !.) on"sea- .
Beneath the roof of your darkened placeof shells. transmissionALLPORCELAIN

business$,yqur day's cash receipts; Children who have taken ad- 'J' :. .

Out of the,. 'murk;the flashlight of a thief. vantage of this fine club. are An-I '. '

:Ask about C'our service designed to ; Brannon. Sally Ann Brannon ,
Sharon Brannon Dorothy Hard- .
this risks '
help you Frank Harris, Greg ,. ENJOY" THE ULTIMATE IN LUXURY..
.. 1; enbergh '' . s f V. (: *
> Harris, N ncy'o'C n r, 'Bruce ". .
9 Sunderland, 'Kay, 'Sunderland, G1
.., Carol Warren, Johnny Warren HRY L Sti @
lest ,
This' Ricky Warren, Jimmy'Wildt, and Brand'Bsw Chrysler g ,
Air conditions not just a AIRiiOtl ,

eUR NIGHTDEPtSITtRY i Barry Summer Wyman.Basketball room, but your whole house + \ TOUCH COMMAND AUTOMATIC WASHER.

9 10, ijta grade' ..at rock-bottom cost through'y funaaca "
U or .
Any air-ue ?41 One touch of your finger; ONLY
meant boys interested in playing basket- ) Chrysler 300 cods and humidifies the ______
ball during the Summer months, >CO) water.no plumbic Quiet, caonaL gives you the proper weekknown
are asked .to'meet 'atthe tennis We"tzll rosin[[a 3RD n soils .-=# ; washing method for every $g- a
court on Monday:'and, Friday e few hours. # "" LW090 washable ........
nights. 'The Ker.tone"team played FOR FBEE SURVEY, 1k visit y --- Model ,

their first' game: at Gainesvilleon

information Monday,night.contact' For Mr additional'Earl 'We Service Everything We Sell';' '"We Service Everything We Sell"PHONE :

; Arts .And Crafta,Tr*&r&m

: .Member F.DJ.C.; The Summer Recreation< Program : REDFE'ARN'S
w. "'"- REDFEARN7SPh.
.- board was successful in
i, r A Friendly. Bank in a Friendly CommunityKeystone hiring a teacher i- Its arts and .: ,.

crafts program. The: teacher' is 4252 Keystone Heights 4252 Keystone Heights
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KEYSTONE glee club activities at the who made this period of incapacitation with a party at the community In the Father's Day programat services lor

school. more endurable.Mr. THERESSAm center on Saturday evening. church. J. L. Strickland was Vacation BibteZstill; ( 'be

Despite the rain the Sunday : and Mrs. Earl Hayner of ...... .&;ft& &&& &&&AI Games and refreshments were en- .the oldest father present and Eu- held on FridayTJane; 24, ,'.at 8
School and Church Picnic was Lake Geneva spent last weekend v joyed by those who attended.A gene Norman the youngest. Jim p. m. Everyone is welcome, even

held last Friday, as planned. A. with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Menzen I I (Continued from Preceding Page) By Ruth Griffis large number of people en- is 78 and Gene is 24; quite a if you don'tacp; 7' hJJSren attending -

yyyyyyVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyl large number of parishoners attended of Miami [formerly of Keystone], W. Mullis, and cousins Adona .!7r.nnrfy..nvyrwliar joyed the commencement exercises deference in their, ages. The ,subject Bible :School. 'Thc' social
(Continued from Preceding Page) ; the children enjoyed the and the four of them went ,' -
deep- Billy and Becky. of the Vacation Bible. for the morning message was for V. B. S. is planned for Saturday -
I games; the entire group enjoyedthe sea; fishing off the Florida Keys, and Mrs.. Leon. Tomlinspn! "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams School at Dope; BapUst' Cliut- h Pjjalm 9115. > t Evening June 24. Come on
If you have something to offer, good supper. 20 miles out in the ocean where and children: Robin, Mark Steven and daughter, Glenda: and Mr. fast>; *Sunday night' at 7 6'clockV: *" pulley Norman was at church out. and eat all the fish you w.ani: !
tell the priest, or Ed conneen'l The Cottage Bible Hour which they fished all day ,Saturday. and : and'au1'former_. residents' and Mrs. G."W. Ezell .and daughter Fifti- ig1if,<-boys and girls enrolled SuESay" morning l'l du'tbe

Catholic Club president, has been meeting every Wednes- Sunday. Their catch included two ; Debbie, of Jacksonville spent and attended daily .classes lasi singing again. -
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other member of the club. day evening "at the ManS: will b ia uda. and '11 dolphin;' the of Melrosenow: living in Tampa, the weekend with Mrs. .Tomlin-: week. On Friday afternoon they Cash paid far good. clean, cotton -
spent the weekend with Mr.: and Preachin services were held
Now that summer is here, it is close this week for the summer. largest of which weighed 2? lbs., Mrs': -Francis Chlapplfu'aEH: Lain:l sqn's and:, Mrs. Cell's} }noterMrs. ', enjoyed a picnic and swimming : at Bud ,Wilkinson's at 2:30: Sun- rags. No Khaki or wooL
necessary to open the recreation It will resume the first Wednes- and was caught by Mrs. Menzen. Lacy ,Wynn. .I,-' party at the.James ,H. Breeden! Bring to Bradford County :Telegrapfa. -
hall to accomodate the influx of day evening in September.The The real prize a 7 ft. 2 in. white ilp'v." "'*y&w. *" v:'" \ *Mr*and Mrs.Clyde Hersey and place on Silver Lake; day afternoon.We .
visitors. Sunday Mass begins at Mrs. Elsie. G. Crockford and their .: .are went to Padgett Church
Reverend Mr. James Keller marlin was caught by Mrs. Hay five younger children
8:30 m., and it is hoped that daughter of. Gainesville! 'visited Sunday afternoon for services, as ANNOUNCEMENT
: a. pastor of the Plainville Pres- ner. While blue marlin are vacationing in. Johnson City, nw.wamy.n..rn..vtCLAY ,
everyone will come in plenty of byterian Church Charlotte N. plentiful [they tell us], the white Mr.:and Mrs; Grant' ,-Rothammer, Ten l. Mrs. Hersey's mother, Mrs. announced but it seem that all FANNIE'SHOUSE

time to be seated at the com- C., was the guest minister last are scarce, and this was the first last week Shoemaker, who has been visiting HILL the people who were so interested OF BEAUTY
I Dick Durbin spent the.weekend
mencemeht of Mass. The such fish here' for several returnedto in having services at this
Sunday. this weeks
Congregation was caught season, according -i
June 29 at 3201
in Salt Springs.; church have Will Open Old
On the third Sunday of everymonth particularly intereted in hearing to the local fishermen herhome with them. lost interest; at least
GuesLs'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. StricklandvyyyyyyyyyyyVyyyyyyYy fail Lawtey Road. Specializing in HairStyling
By they to
there will be Benedictionof attend the services.We
Mr. Keller, as he is the husbandof there. Miss Anne Packham' returnedto I
the Blessed Sacrament follow- Mrs- C. P. Berkelman last week will hate services again the and Cutting.
Dr. and Mrs. Holt's grand- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaughtwent her home in Haines City on .n I I
ing Mass. were their son"and daughter-in- third Sunday in July, but not on
daughter. to Tampa last weekend to Sunday after a''vis1t with her:
Community Church News l First Baptist Church visit S-Sgt. and Mrs. Richard law Mr. and Mrs Phil Berkel- grandparents, Mr .and Mrs. Clyde We are sorry to report that

The Family-night covered dish The church was filled to overflowing Barton and baby daughter. Ton- man and grandchildren Phylis HalL.Mr.. Ernie Padgett had to undergo I "We eliminate the middleman's profit"One

supper will be held this eveningat i last Sunday evening for i da Jo. Mrs. Barton, the formerJo Ruth and Laura Berkelman and and Mrs. Sidney Griffis surgery at Bradford County Hos-

6:30: p. m. in the Educational the Commencement Exercises of I Ann Ridaught. is the Rid- Kathryn. McGinty:other: from Atlanta, and daughter and, Mrs. J,' D. pital last Friday. We did not

Building. [June 231.) Those in attendance the Vacation Bible School All aught's daughter, and Tonda Jo Ga. Three : grandchildren. Griffis spent: Sunday. ,afternoon learn the nature of the operation Quart i. F R E E With Each
will honor Mr. and Mrs.A. departments performed excel- is their first granddaughter. She Ward''and Manila Crago, of.. Du- Gainesville visiting ;Mrs.
E. Reaves on their 57th Wed- lently, and the display of the was 2 months old on June 15. luth, Miwu and .Melinda McGin Griffis,in .Alachua General! ,Hoipi ,'the operation was of a or Gallon. One you buy. t

ding Anniversary, and Mr. and handcrafts in the educational Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sullivan ty theweek of.AtlanU. .-Ga--arriyed; later taL.T'heyalso\ visited the W.-.K. serious nature. We hope Ernie ,

Mrs. Harry Clements on their building was especially interest- and baby daughter of Jacksonville in foe a visit. Oriffls* at their newt' home bn will recover rapidly' and return Prices Start at $2 qt.. $5.98 Gal
50th Anniversary. Also, to be hon- Celebrating-. birthday last home soon. ,
and Mr. Sullivan's parents, Ktfcaid Road. -
.. ,
weekvertMr; ,and Mrs.
ored will be Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ing.Tuesday morning the Women's Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan of ;Mj..;'and; Mrs. Donald Hersey Lunnie Padgett was on the sick

ert S. Hendry, who will be mov- Missionary Union held their Waldo spent Sunday at the homeof Moore*and. Mrs.dynn, RothhaiaV.: ,. and, son,{of'Palatka., .spent:*-thewtkend list Sunday.Nellie MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
mer; --s' '
ing to Tallahassee a great loss monthly meeting which was followed the ,Jack Reid family. Mr. and witljMtffHersey'abrotk-: ; Wilkinson spent the 501 N.W. 8th Ave. GamesyiUe, Fla. FR 6.7538TIMata
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Keener
to the community. Mr. Hendry Mrs. Reid Sullivan's ers Wayne weekend with relatives at the old
by a covered-dish lunch- are Mrs. and: HoUst Texas ; ElQert-'J.a.rieiIi."I.11d' '_
has been a church trustee and family-of n. ** home where she spent most of -
parents. rdfofl'a', wad DeWit$ersey.+ >jf4nMr !
eon.On are b u''Vaca.tloMr.
Mrs. Heiidry has given generously Wednesday evening, at 7 Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Ed OLl4iss $.e'. essie'Cochrane of At- her childhood.We .
of her time and musical talent o'clock the members 'of the Thiele have been received by Howard the. son. 4).4ra.Ernie lanta G2u4a .vacationing her were surprised and pleasedto Our BusinessIf
- and .brother bf 9
Bill Pendarvis in church .
Church met in the .educational some local people. The Thiele'sare home !iere.Her. daughter Mrs. see

Unwanted Hair building for a get-to-gether sup- now living in Walden N. Y., Bette Winners\of; the Melrose Duplicate -
per, and to discuss the coming revival after spending several years in : included Wayne Castleberry-are ,heiewithhen ; able to be home with his family CALL WRITE or VISIT
HBrid.geClub last vweeb .
Removed] !, the date of which will be Keystone. They are finally settled :: ; ,' ., :} again-
Miss Sallie Mansfield and
MEDICALLY\ announced later on. This supperwas and Mr. Thiele is happy in i. Mr. and Mrs. James Breeden Rosa Padgett of Clay Hill spentseveral
M.cio'Marrk: lstMrsYal Joe Peters Glass Co.
APPROVED followed by the regular his new position in a steel factory Givens'.and 'Mrs.::Roland Bryan, and: sons,: Michael'sand Charles, 'days with her sister Vina -hW T. .
prayer meeting, after which not far from their home. visited.relaUvea-Jn Gainesvilleon Martin in Lawtey. Vina brought ,
METHODS there was a choir rehearsal.St. Mr. Edward Maguire and 2nd;::Miss, Bessie Ru1" erfotd.andMrs. Sunday;=afternoon., '1i-';$# )* Rosa: home ,and then took her I I1 FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Edmund Anne's Episcopal Church daughter, Terry flew in from Miss. Mary Iva Hillier TearsalL3rd andMrs.; ;:. 'Edith and :S:Billy Dampierand Dolores sister-in-law, Shirley Padgett We Design Modem Store' Fronts

The E. Y. C. was entertainedon Baltimore last week to visit Mr. Larsen 4tK. 'I> 'Cloversettien. >,Invited'.three little and children, back to Lawtey Just Mail Us A Pattern for

DWYER Monday evening. June 20. by and Mrs. Ed Conneen and son, Women, Of The Faith I'girls,:..Terry" and.,Karen Breedeja where' they visited for a few days. t :Table Tops
__ .
Herbie Nelson, Jr., at his homeon Peter. Mr. Maguire is Mrs.' Conneen's and Cheryl Griffis on a picnic Janet Lang Vina's daughter,
ELECTROLOG1ST Presbyterian! Church. I ,1313, ,I N.W. 4th P.'.. Gainesville. Fla. Phone: J8t Z-33
Lake Geneva. There was an brother. He returned homeon -, and trip to the Highlands Zoo spent a'week with her grandparents : !
TeL FR 2-8039 outdoor supper swimming, and Sunday but Terry will stay'a' Women of the Faith Presby- last Sunday They all reportedan the 'Yougan Padgetts 'at .

For an Appointment: dancing. Other guests for supper month in Keystone with her aunt terian Church met for their regular exciting and wonderful time. Clay Hill.
107 W. University A\e. Suit 204 were 'Mr, and Mrs. Ed Conneen. and uncle. This Florida visit is a meeting on Thursday! June The Ernest Triests' 'swimmingpool We just learned the names of I' 1.. '

GAINESVILLE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Walrath. graduation present for Terry who 16. Guests at this meeting were is a popular and delightful the graduates,of Clay Hill School.Of .

Jr.. Mrs. Everett Fox and chil- just finished eighth grade. Manyof Mrs. T. J. Gilbert, president of place.for relatives and friends on course we are a little late

dren, and Father Robert Kin- the local youngsters rememberher Women of the Church of Suwan- these. hot and sultry days. with this list,'but better late than

caid, of St. Williams. Everyone sister Betsy, who also had a nee Presbytery; Mrs. Taylor Mrs. Rosa Koon and Mr. and never! Included in the class were: A June favorife.

HEALTH FACTSThe seemed to hue a most congenial month in Keystone Heights two president-elect; and Mrs. W. A. Mrs. Eugene Koon and three Rosa Padgett. Deber Mosley Lin- f *..4
time. when she graduated Carlton I chairman of White Punta Gorda, are Geraldine Griffis,
years ago daughters of da Padgett: ,. : L- I II
Personals from eighth grade. Cross for the Presbytery. The 1. visiting Rosa's brother--law I Eunice'Whitehead. Madaline Car- WfJYS

effectiveness of Chiropractic Mrs. Bill Townsend, her son Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Aaron and three officers' came from Jacksonville and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. H.i ter Begonia Norman Cecil Mos-

care is again proven in indus Russell, and Russell's playmate daughter Patricia-Ann, from An- to present a program of Hall. While here they enjoyed an ley. Jimmie England and Eldridge rigir nHg

all of Jacksonville spent Sunday derson, Ind., are visiting Mrs. 'work and information concerning outing at Salt Springs. Mr. and Austin. This is a good sized class

try.Andrew J. Sordoni, Founder and in Keystone Heights as guests of Gertrude Link at Lake Geneva. [Stillman College for Negroes.' Mrs. Ernest Triest and sons joined for a school as small as ours. We

Chairman( of the Boards of Sor- the Townsend's cousins, Mr and They arrived Monday afternoon.Mr. Luncheon was served by the them at their cabin' 'in Salt wish the class of 1960 happiness '

doni Enterprises, states: Of our Mrs. Everett Fox and family. and Mrs. A. H. Haubein I Women of Faith PresbyterianChurch and
14 organizations including six Mrs. Paul F Holl, and children and daughter, Peggy, and son at the home of Mrs. !. Springs, on Monday. night.' success.
G. McGill and Mrs-..:R. P. Voghon Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan 'The Sunday School improved
and Alan
electric Nancy, Paula, Marian Ned of Wilmington Del., spent SunJ
hotels, telephone company at Highland
a entertainedthe in attendance
arrived on Tuesday from their the weekend of June 11-13 with Lake Santa Fe. and S. W. Griffis I
manufacturing In- day. The Adult Women won the
light : classes
company .home in Pittsburgh, Pa. to spend Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Widegrenand }" Sunday School ,
plant, construction company'l the summer in their cottage on family.Mr. Faith Presbyterian I
and dairy farm, our payroll Lake Geneva.. Mrs. HoU's father ancL Mrs O. Wv Sullivan Church, Melrose : H,

reaches as much as '$50,000'per Mr. Erie H. Mecklem also of and children, CarQland L,1Qward, Sunday services-:.Church School, I
day. "For the employee of these PIttSburgh, accompanied them 'to from BirminghamrAla., pent two >S),'45 afm.: : Morniftg" Worship, 11 i

organizations provide Chiro-I Keystone Heights. Mr. Mecklemis i days with Mr. and Mrs. Chester a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas- $
the brother ,of Mrs. Marge tor.
practic care. The eOlf.of. care has Moody and family on BrooklynBay : :.v;
''Tracy of Keystone Heights. last week. :
ben paid i-: for time and: againsimply Mis. Charles Lively from West- TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Friends of Mrs. A. R. Marwick,
increased employ.
through on.'West Va., arrived in Keystone who lived in Keystone Heights CHLilCH, 'MELROSE J
ee efficiency and reduction in loss: Heights on Monday, June 13. fora Sundays 10. aT m., Church
will be to hear I
years ago sorry
of time. In addition some ailments visit with the Sam Gardner School 11:15 a.m. Morning Prayer SHERWIH'WllllAKlS -
fractured vertebrain
that,she a
corrected t that were family. Mrs. Lively and Mrs. 'and Sermon (First Sunday, "
an'accident rn her home at
Gardner ,are sisters. Mrs. Llvely's Holy Communion). 6 pm., :Episcopal -
considered. Impossible by Juniper Springs Her daughter Has the most A
husband will Join_ her next week, Young Churchmen. t.'u
methods of treatment. Mrs. Fred Dodd. of Keystone is
and they will 'be in Keystone Holy Days lo a. m.. Holy
at Juniper Springs this week
For the best i in health) see your, Heights for the :wedding' i>f Mary helping to keep her household Communion.The COMPLETE PAINT SERVICE -

Chiropractor, today.' Louise. Gardner and Rind Edel- J Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, ,
stein. running I smoothly. Vicar. in town!

The E H. G. Bollinger stoners In mentioning who have the been various, wearing Key-!!.I COMMUN1T1 CHURCH FIRST, BAPTIST CHURCH fRESH PEActl
Cluropractic:: Office casts for broken bones, we are KEYSTONE 4 KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. "
Chiropractic offices are"located'at!sorry we omitted two other i Dr. Albert C. Ilolt'MialsterMrs. COLOR MIXING MAGIC!

728 E. University j&ve.Gainesville .' "Members of the Cast"-Al Watson J. L. Hetherhuton R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Any paint color mixed white you TAKE SOME HOME TODAY! Treat the family

: Fla, t and Mrs. Frank Egan. Mr. Organist and Choir Director Copeland. Minister of Music and wa fcu.Ga Out Kern COLORMtTERADVICE t 1- to this delicious Super'Sue Ice Cream. It's! ,

Watson Injured his left hand Sunday School 9:45 ajn.'Morn church organist. EXPERTS made with luscious fresh peaches, picked at
426 N.1V'alnut St BY '
/ while working at his store and ing Worship? 11:00: a.m. Services: Sunday School. 0:45a. : the peak of flavor.The perfect mealtime and
answer aB>a questions ;
Starke }1a. Mrs. Egan broke her foot in a :-we can, your
11 nourishing
m. Morning Worship, a. m. dessert for summer-a
fall electric cord. Mrs.It's party
-- over an ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Training Union, 7 P. .ID. Evening'.; TOP-QUALITY PAINTS playtime snack for children. Super Sue

t CHURCH KEYSTONE services tf p. m. Shenrin-Wifliams'Painis. are&&.. Ice Cream is good-and
Fresh Peach super
9:30 Church "Make church family .
Sundays : a. m., worship a
thrifty to save4WGREENST4WS School. 9:30: ajn.. Morning Prayer affair." for we j putpCOLORSTYLING good! for.you! Enjoy it of!n. .. I Iau Is

and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy '
Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal PAHTNEBSHIP Guide
See oar Color Harmony ,
Young inurcnmen. Xotire is hereby Rhen that the
Partnership between (Mrs, ) Marta _YQI may borrow ajcopy._CREE (
Holy Days 7:30 a.m., Holy Tolford and (Mrs) Jean Fox
Communion. co-partners doing business as "){A-
Third Wednesday Parish .\. T- on Lawrence E''
lam,< Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30: Boulevard in Keystone Heights, ._ 0 ., ,' '- ,
/lorida. has been dissolved. (Mrs.) 1'jJ IS US EOIU CI A OCX>r : :4G 60t6fiii.aol
Mart Tolford is no longer connected CREAMiAlt
Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, with said business and,
; henctforth will not be responsible "' ,
Vicar l8t. tor any obligations incurred In 'saifl SIIERWINWiLLMMSOPEtf
r business. *4H
.. wniUm's. Catholic Chapel Maria :Tolford. t! } sIc
Keystone Height Keystone Heights, Florida A CHAW ACCCSW Wf GfuVf* '
/ June IS. IS60 I
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-l 1.tS.SDAY., JUNE 2S, 1960 u_ ___ __ B&1DIDBD_EOLT.'T 1.VO1'TLLUXI/: FLORIDALAWTEY rJ': :;

l .-.... -.-,'-..- ...- "--=' ;. __ ,',- ...&...AA &&& &&&&t... I Monday for the final week of yTJY'TYT 1 T YJ 1 YTjY'Y YYTYTfyiY. ..TTT, e
I .
wbrkshop. "

\ Guests of the Paul Dinkins' on HAMPTOifBy RISING

Father's Day were. ;: Mr.'and'Mrs.Paul t.... 4' L '
-D-'Enz Blanchard Dinkins and David 'of
F ,- son Mr*. D. E. Hid Jy Krsr Jeaq,
11 AAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAV ". St. Augustine; Miss Adel Dinkins, ''': It '.rm;'

r. V", of Jacksonville; and Mrs. }Mildred l.Aa_ +.1rAAa.aAa ,. ..,.,_- !,:"'H '" i"wyyy.-' ...... ,- ,1 .-.. ", ith Pun}lase Qf ,S7 r.
$. Henry Belk of Van Wyck,' Cox of Keystone Heights.Tlfey, 1ti ptderr
Personals More
kit sand Mrs. .Herbert NOIDlaD:
ft;..C.:. and her son, John Belk, all attended special servicsjat .
I I T.' R. Jones and son of ;and..family; of Oklawha yiaited Mr.
and family N. C.,
of Charlotte the Methodist Church. .orange'j.
Lake were "visiting in l and Mrs. Ed\Y-tI1l1'oIJP8.J1 and Mr.:
visited Mrs. } :
Mr. and Charles Snufonf'in ,,,.IrttloDS w-
; Miss Arthurine Blanchard of with Mr. and Mrs. GordoVweest! i: and Mrs. Cordon Jones, and daugh rag Addre Saturday, dune 1460
Friday. '
Jacksonville spent the weekend and Mrs. T. P. Brown Mrs. J. R.Chaste'en ters. Erpirea
'MrTana, Mrs. Carl Shuford and 'I CODE SS
\\1th'Miss Enza Blanchard. l
and ,Miss Louise Weest Little Lamar! Nprman of Okla-
t their three children of Eau Gal-
'' Mrs. John Shuford and David of Miami visited Mrs. Brown | waha spent a week with his grandparental
US spent'the weekend with the
had a family dinner Sunday. here Thursday, and Louise re. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
*h rlc 5 Shufords., Those enjoyjng the occasion 'were mained for a longer visit with I .Norman..
Mr'an i Mrs. Harold Wilt from
< Mr. Joe Shuford and
and Mrs. her grandmother. She
was accompanied Stanley Thomas is visiting Mr.
North It'o51ct,K Y have recent-
f children of St. Augustine: ''Mr, to Jacksonville Saturday ,I and Mrs. Thurman Jones and
rnuf* nased the J. H. Moorela'ce'and'&re
and 'Mrs. Sid Shuford and children '
I by her uncle and aunt, Mr. sons in Lady Lake for two weeks. 320 '
their homerTerfc.AV'e i ST. -1
l of Starke 'and Mrs. Phil and Mrs. Emory Brown. 'ME _- J" ,
Mrs. Loca Lewis .of Ocala is
tfre '
to welcome
Shuford of Moore Haven. "
Mrs. Ina Knight and Ronald 1
friends relatives
diem:to our' town. visiting and ?
hot. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Pearson spent Father's Day with her (I" I
;' Mrs. James Mitchell !
lifjd here.Mr
visited Mrs. Pearson's sister, Mrs.C. father-in-law Mr. and Mrs. D. .and Mrs. Edward Norman
tni'soni James, and Ron The droning for the win I
Roper I .' jtlozin and: children in F. Knight' and '
rlii l ''a fJacksohTille.. guests ,H. o ; family of Heil- were in Gainesville on business "
were (St. Stevens; s. C Mrs. 'Mozmggow'i117eav bronn. Monday. While there they visited ners in the ,Million, Dollar BLUE RIBBON TOP QUALITY FULL CUT ,
o3\S&, I of t 4 Mrs. MOdi I on4wiaa ,
e soOn(to loin her husband Charles Manire son of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morris and Merchants Green a
'Mr; :Mitchell Is Mrs.3intth3 '
I brother, In Denmark.:. Louise, Manire, is expected to be Mrs. Maggie Norman.We Stamps giveaway_ \\ill beheld Round Steak La ,19 1BLUE 1 1 C

Wetarr: Teased iP report thatRalph Mr, and' Mrs. Guy Futch and home June 30. from Germany, are happy to report that in the Town and A t a
'Darley'whols in Bradford Ray' Roster Were'ln" Tallahassee where he has been stationed with Meed Lewis is home from the ; '

County Hospital. is improving in Sunday to visit Mrs. Ray Rosier the U. S. Air Force. I hospital and doing well. However, Country Shopping Center RIBBON TOP QUALITY .' <' '

tlealtl We hope he will be able who is a patient in W. T. Edwards Allan Birt, son of Mr. and Mrs. I we are'sorry to' report that little in Jactapmjlle,on, atur. .
} I
fo return home soon. Hospital. We are happy to E L. Birt, was taken to Bradford Reeda Lewis is in Doctors Hos- day, June 23 at .6:00 p.m.Winners : '__ ;

t I report they found her much .im- County Hospital in Starke last pital where she underwent an operation names will be Cube Steak lI1g: t
Miss Bessie Terry, Mrs. Leonaidnrds weekend for treatment.Mr. .
Mrs. Futch
proved. Joyce accompanied last Friday.Methodist
: and Mrs. Pearle Campbell ported in all stores. You
I them and enjoyed the and Mrs. Don Hill and a
.ho' are attending the two do not have to be -
> family visited in Bradenton last present "
day with her daughter Miss
a't Church ,t
Lunchroom Workshop | Mary Julia Futch. week with Mr. and ''Mrs. Gene I to win. 5 ,
Gainesville, spent the weekend ,
fith their respective families. Mrs. Hattie Mathis, who is Clouse and family, and on Friday I Schedule for the week of June _
they drove to Jacksonville t.f
I to visit ,
"they returned' to Gainesville spending some time with her sister 26.: _
Mrs. V. R. Reddish, visited Mr. and Mrs. T W. King and I Sunday: 9:45: a.mrt Church BONELESS ROUND .

I her son Frank Mathis, and family sons.Dexter II School 11 a.m., Morning' Worship.
of Orange
w '::- in Jacksonville last week. A nursery is provided for both
'I They accompanied her back: home Heights spent this week with his services each Sunday. 6:30: p.m., a a eee

ILLIAMSJEWELRY l Ion Sunday. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs snack supper for L Y.F.. 7 pjn.,
I I Emory Brown, near Hampton.
Recent guests of Mrs. Lula youth meetings. 8 pm., Evening
Linda Simmons 'of Chase
Dority were Mr. and Mrs. Don Worship. The Official Board will
Va.. is visiting Hampton
!McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Hob- near be installed at the morning service f
with the R. O. Simmons family.
I o son McDonald of Jacksonville; H. this Sunday.
WATCHES DIAMONDS\ i IL. Dority is at home with his Mr..and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Wednesday: 8 p.m., Prayer:

REPAIRS [mother permanently. A daughter, Mrs. Maggie Spa'rkman visited Meeting. and, Bible study '

!'Mrs. Melba Jenkins.and children the Silcox family at Heilbronnlast Thursday, : 9 a.m., prayer group
All Work Guaranteed i fare spending a few days with the weekend, and Mrs. Silcoxreturned will meet' in a home; to be an

'A., C. Williams j family: to' Hampton with 't)1em'for nounced. 7:30 pm., Chaff.cel choirrehearsal. e
142 W. Call St. l a few days' visit. "*" -
Cash paid for food, clean,'cotton -J Mr. and Misr -W. D.. Carter POUND /

Starke, Fla. rajs. No Khakict... have nearly' completed the out

,(Bring to Bradford County Tele side' work 'on a new frame home At The, TabernacleThe .- .
graph. f on their farm 'east 'of HamDtoii.I 'T:" '
_fJ : Gospel Tabernacle services!! I
I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sapp o f I have been highlighted this week Freshly Cut FRYER
Palatka"visited Mr. Mrs.. .
and G.
..1vP! FIOR lbA : I C. Cox last week. .- by two special days: 'J

.. : COON.I1ESc I I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile and Tuesday evening the Chapel
II'daughter moved from Hampton flected; the spirit: of Flag Day withthe BREASTS59LEGS
to' display of American, Christianand
i last Wednesday. -
:Temperance: flags and with tiYtt
; and 1\tr'and Mrs. Robert Wasdin '
ERNANDO special song entitled to
: "Song i
IOIlE DF tHE TANGERINE moved l from Hampton to Jacksonville t
: the Flag" (Tillotson and Ackley).
t' COUNTYCounty on Saturday. LB49C

57 R. 'A.'s Hampton Baptist Sunday, services brought forth

, _1 Seat, Church went on a camping' .trip some Father's'Day testimonies

Brooksville last Tuesday. Included in the Bible messages, and special music. '

group 'were: Ronnie Bfrt, .Charles appropriate to the ray: WINGS or

"- 7. .. Hinson, Ardel Branrieri and Tim On Tuesday night, June 28, the
Hoop Juniors; "and Bobby Roop. postponed Anniversary servicewill 'L- _

MorJey Griffis Otis Meltori, and be held, and 'an interesting di GIZZARDSFryer
( Buford Parker, Intennedi t s. Adults program with pictures will be pre-

present were',C. L.Idooper. BentedJY SltfsionarviMisa Phyllis .
:* .? lartin-Df'tQuito-Ecuadtff .. Backs 21b.
a Smoky Hobbs 'Jde 'ROOF, Lonffie : j'fOTICi FOOD FAIR. 29a

Melton and Rev. W. P. McElroy.: .. ... .._ .
.. .
.. 4 < .
i -' :Mr. and-Mrs. John L. Hall and r.. rA

children of Milwaukee, Wis., are > -: OP SIIKIUKF'S S4LK!
visiting Mr. Hall's parents, :Mr. XOTICU IS HEREBY .-GIVEN t COFFEE
;: that under and by virtue of writ
and Mrs. Hall a +
.....- Lynn I; and his of execution on a final judgment
: .. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. issued out of the'Circuit,' Court of ", ,
x., a'nd"Mrsl'D.: : H:'"'Crawford, anfamily. d Alaihua County. Florida, in that > i '
: 5 certain styled Baird Hardware
Hailed?i"The Home, of the Ttngerfee and famous I i Company v. Farm Home and Auto ,, j i
Supply, Inc -- "'
I Carolyn and Emery E. Engel :
and Connie
Hernando has Hendry of
Weekiwachee Spring County pearly
very type'of'Ffwld*'soil within its boundaries. 'AgriCulture I I I Jacksonville 'are visiting Mf. and public I have auction levied upon to the and btgbeatbid will nell at ( '<_:,: ; ) ARM.

provides a main source of income, supplement Mrs. 'Lest r: .Slade at HamptonLake. der, for caHli. on 4 July I960: between : WATER 7 ,
tad and products. First a part ,. c- R the hours of 11: a. m. and i .
by mining forestry sea p. m., the following described property SPRINKLER i .. -.. '
ef Hillsborough County and later a part of Benton

County,its present boundaries were established in about That entire stock and inventoryof "
1873. The Brooksville ana,settled before the Civtf War, farm and home hardwareand 1.49 *
is now County Seat, Gulf. lakes and, rivers:provide a x. auta supply) ) goods, wares and mer- .. r -
year 'round festival of fishing fun. ('handlstheld for resale located .it ..'.,. : '... ,,'J' .;, ,
that certain place of business in .
In progressive Hernando County, and throughout Starke, Florida, known as Farm, I .
Florida, the United-States Brewers Foundation'works Home and Auto Supply, at 416 East ..to; \ ".
constantly to"'maintain,the saleof beer and ale under ro1\'nl..e Street. rIi

pleasant, orderly conditions, Believing, that itrict law t Said property will be sold at the FF Deluxe t; t
( nforcemen't serves the best interest.of the/people of place the property was taken poshession ;
under said levy to-wit
Florida, the Foundation stresses dose cooperation with .' that place of business known a*: Cooking Opt ': e

the Armfd Forces' law enforcement and, governing of. .Farm Home ,and Auto Supply at .. FARMER CRAY TOP QUALITY .
US EYownlee Street, Starke, Brad- QR
I tictals. ford County, Florida. THICK SLICED 1 BREAKFAST 1I
ESTHER WILLIAMSS Anyone wishing to bid upon said
jjfttrS; tf'J KHEABIftS AND property may examine the same by We
c rettere mitailing me at my office in the I I r $9.nOil LB
.i 1 i Fouttdotigti latfYPRESS.GARDEKSFernando. Dridfoid County Court House, .ItTl:5. BACON. 2 9,8$ '
: g ,}\:.. Ji.wea SUrke Florida, on the Thursday BOX t s
':Al ., Lornas, Too! or Friday preceding said sale. Said ,
....0\0 'IIM_ 'JUN '** property will be fold as the property I ,
}; 13O'_ Supply,of Inc."Farm .Home and Auto

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TYTYTTYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTYTTTYYYYYYTYTTY will be hosts for the next regular heard them ihfs'will be your beeo"iome'on leave .with his parents east Quarter (:XEU!; of the South- 1 Lot Band Instruments R. V. Turner Procurement Offi-!

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED meeting in July.-Mrs. P. ,Cummings chance. Please remember all 'oar Mr, and' "Mrs., E. L. Lester west Quarter (SW ). all In Sec- Bid forms and specifications caner Florida State Prison. *
tion !,
: Township 6 South. Range be secured from the above office. P, O. Box 221:! Raiford, Fin
reporter. Sick and shut-in members with and. Ernestine'Mr. .,' ,:, 23 East,. .containing ICO acres. Direct inquiries to: I/I It C.SO
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Carnation Club prayer 'and gifts.-Ranell ,English :- and Mrs, R: G. Crosby of PARCEL: :3
The. .Southeast Quarter (SEU)
The members of the Carnation reporter. Fir6anks' .pisited Mrs. H. P. of .Northwest Quarter NW' -- y_

By Ozora Shell Social Saving Club worshippedat Allen Chapel A. M..E Church Gainey and >ir. and Mrs.. Gene and the'.Sort h west Quarter (XW"" ) i iM
Ebenezer Baptist Church on will hold their annual Trustee Task t of the Northeast Quartt'r1):;:%) M .. z,. 1I
: Sunday
A i && && & &&&&&&&A&&&&&._ Crosby of Southwest Quarter (SW<4) of -
.. Sunday at 8 p. m. A donation of Rally all .day starting with 'Sunday : 'Mr.; and'Mri, Curtis Melvin of Section 32. Township South. Range

'Cancer Drive at an all time high for such a $10 was given Rev. E. D. Robin- School at 10 a. m.. Miss Fan- south' Florida spent two days !2 East, containing PARCEL$0'4 acres.

The Cancer drive is still underlay small staff. More than 100 pupils son who preached avery inspir- nie Belle Frazier incharge; ,11 a. with ,Mn. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin All that portion of the North

and we are hoping that the have enrolled at RJE and ,over ing "Father's Day" sermon. The m.. Morning Service with. Rev. and.family'last week. Quarter ef the Northwest Quarter
(NWy) of the Northwest Quarter
captains will be able to make a 70 at C. C. Anderson Jr. Hi-, presentation was made by Mrs. Sampson in charge. and special Mr. and .Mrs. Alan Land and (NW t;) lying West of State Road

;Boor report by Friday July 1. Lawtey. The feature of the pro- Ranell English the baby mem- music by a group of. female sing- daughter of Jacksonville visited No. 290. In Section 5. Township 1 I j SERVIcE
:which will begin the new fiscal gram so far has been swimming.This ber of the club. Response to the iers., They are most popularly. Mr.-- and Mrs. Lloyd Barry, on 22 South.acres Range more or 22 less.East containing

year; Several reports have been, seems to be one of the best acceptance of the gift by the t called tOW estside. Spiritual Sing Sunday. PARCEL: AT ITS BEST _

made including $75 credited to ways to beat the heat. other' activities pastor was made by President W. ers." No admission will be charg-' Sammy Elder of Mobile Ala. The North Quarter of the Northeast i
Quarter (NEU) of Section
RJE. Dr. Wells was given this a- will include arts and Brooks who in turn presented all!Jed I for thiMtreat.3p.m.: 'Choir'':is visiting his grandmother Mrs. Township' 7 South Range 22 "J

'mount by Supervisor Ozora Shell. crafts music library and games the other members of the club !'!Union; 6, p, m.,- sermon by Rev.i I!Verlie Johns for. a few days. containing 40 acres. l I 1

She is hoping that other reports in and out of doors. The swim- who were present. She stated,Sampson. Roosevelt .Drake ofJacksonvile : Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Bigham notified GREETINGS, that a: suit You in are equity hereby ha*I e e e e e I r 1Mt'.P

'in'the county will be even larger:: ming groups have been divided.All that it was the policy of the club !j I will, be guest soloist. .I were in Daytona Beach on business been brought arainst you or.d each '

:'Reno Captains are: Mrs. Ida pupils in North Starke go on to visit the churches of all the !I'The'! final reports of all captains a few days this week. of you as defendants, by Rafgo !

Mae Williams Smith Mrs. Mar Mondays Wednsdays and Fridays members during the year and if I)I will, be.made.'We'ar'' ,hoping that II III Guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Dave Corp.plaintiff, a in Florida the above Corporation entitled as

garet DeSue and Amos Williams; and pupils in South Starkego they could get around to other I![all members, ,fneasure up so Green over the weekend were: Court and cause; and 'that the relief -

Lawtey, Captains are Mesdames to the lake on Tuesdays and special Invitations they would do '! that each .captain'will report Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and girls. clouds sought from in and caid quiet ault ts and.to confirmthe remove f

Allie Strong and Sadie. M. Clark. Thursdays. On Friday of this so. The group was attired In bea- I$100 as ,{required. Remember all I Mr., and Mrs. 'Julian Green and plaintiffs title to .the above

>:Please give generously and check week all pupils will be allowedto utiful aqua. dresses with large 'I our sick and"sliii-in, members son and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams described fee simple lands title thereto as an against indefeasible the

''cancer with a check-up and a swimming and a Fish Fry din pink carnation corsages. white! with prayers, flower, donationsand and son. all of Jacksonville. claims of,you and .each of you; and

.check. Mrs. Ethel Young made a ner will be served. Parents are shoes hats and gloves. The first other xPr storis.,, Prin. Eddie ,Mrs. E. Kleinman, Mrs. Ernest you and are required-hereby to.summonsed file Ordered answeror

'report' before leaving for her invited to attend also.. Buses will summer outing of this club' will ,ompkinsK? chairman trustees.E. I I Edwards; Patsy and Peggy Edwards written defenses to your the-complaintin

vacation In Miami. leave RJE and Lawtey at the usual be held on Saturday at Lake ,J. GiV nst. krep9rter,' Cherie Hinton and Cindy said cause in the office of the

Summer Program time ,for this special activity. Magnolia Guests will be invitedby Camp Woodrest and Blake Hamilton enjoyed apicnic Court undersigned at Starke Clerk Bradford of the County Circuit,

This. is the second week of the Parents are asked to continue to members.-Mrs. A. R. Jenkins All. Bible"pupils' that are. eligible at Gold Head Branch Florida.; on or before the 21st clay

summer'program. with enrollment send the children for the next reporter. for, 'the'free'.. week... at beautiful Stat Park last Monday. of thereof July J960 Theron, and to A.serve Yawn a ,copy Jr... POOLS.

six weeks. The program will end CHURCH NEWSEbenezer .. new Camp Woodrest 'are Mr. :and Mrs Lloyd Wood and plaintiffs, attorney whose addressis AQUA m:

on August 5. Each Tuesday and Baptist Church Rev. asked .topleasejsend in your registration I Mrs. Gladys Henderson of Jacksonville Florida: Post,. 0n Office or before Drawer said 791.date Starke as, i a

BRIGHTEN UPI! Thursday free movies are shown; E..D. Robinson pastor, held regular slips, at 'once as plans I spent the weekend with required by the Laws of Florida All New -- All Shapes.] .
in Starke on Tuesday and in service on Sunday starting cannot be completed for ,you Mr. arid' Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Jr. and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro-
and I cedure. If you fail to do so a decree -
Painting Decorating
i Lawtey on Thursday. Parents are with Sunday School at 10 a. m. I without'\ them. A new air Conditioned am| family. pro confesso will be entered against and Sizes _c.

Ai'LOWEST PRICES invited to take a part in all of Supt. Henry Bryant In charge; bus will fee 'used for Mr :and Mrs.' Frank Tinney you for the relief demandedin.

.. .'Call these activities. staff reporter. 11 ,a. m.. Morning Worship with i.transporting,.the'-pupils', JorPolk auk ;boys of, Gainesville were the IS,complaint.IT HEREBY. ORDERED that

DA\VKINS The Painter Fiesta Club choir No. 1 and Rev. Robinson City. All pupils. have 'been. 'in. guests 'pt Mr.- and Mrs. Earl this Order and notice shall be pub-
? The Fiesta Social Club will in charge; 8 p. m, sermon by I structed to meet at the Grey-- Grew and family on, SundaY lished opce weeks each week In the! for four Bradford consecutive 1

414 E. South St. have its' first birthday party for Rev. Robinson, guest, Carnation hound Bus Station In Starke at afternoon. County Telegraph, a newspaper

1960 on Saturday night at Club Club. Joiner Miss Ida Mae Hawkins 5:45: a. m. sharp. on, Monday, Miss 'plan Dukes of Lake But-, published In having Bradford a general County cir-
Florida and
Wateroak. Vice president Clar- former member who has July 11. Misses Thompson and iei l )wogs the weekend guest ofMiss" culation 'within said County.

ence Desue has appointed com- returned home after residing' in Bell are hoping that parents will Linda Green. WITNESS MY HAND as Clerkof

Asphalt Driveways mittees to help him complete arrangements Daytona Beach for several years I allow all children who have ion. Ir; and; Mrs. Al.Rain of High County.the Qircuif Florida Court and of the Bradford seal of, !lam P y,, ,W R ,

for this gala affair. following her' graduation from i this free trip to 'attend c mp.. Springg'-and Mr.. and Mrs. Porter said Court, at Starke. Bradford AS LOW AS

We regret that President Youngis RJE High School. A special meet- Sport Of'Aain sv11l visited Mrs. Mamie June County, 1960.Florida thia 13th day of $2,000

on her vacation but hope that ing of the Mt. Binia Missionary i The Starke' Hawks will Sag Hodges Wednesday night. (SEAL OF tIR D'bCOURT) ,

STARKE ASPHALT we can rub "Alladin's Magic Baptist Association was called I quite a bit of action this 'summer ,Mrs. 'Clara Mae Bishop and Sdf Charles A Bradford PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size
the Circuit Court.
Clerk of
PAVING COMPANY Lamp" and have her appear on last Monday. Business of vital in new baseball suits'whteti were lion, Ray, of Mobile, Ala. are County Florida. 4305
Keystone Heights
Saturday night. She just might importance was discussed. Rev.E. mer: visiting Mr. and Mrs.T. W. ,Marl Theron A. Yawn, ,Jr. No Money Down'

213 S. Cherry St. come In via Eastern or Delta AIr- D. Robinson has been honored l key-this: week. Post Starke Office.{ Florida Drawer 791 : ((Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay
lines. All members are asked! to by a call from Pleasant Grove made of these kind merchants} Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and Attorney, for Plaintiff '

Phone WO 9-2011 please attend and remember your Baptist Church in Keystone when the shirts have been labeled Mrs. Margie Hendricks and son '6116 U 7/'l

gifts which are very important Heights. He has not announced with their names. We still do Michael, of Jacksonville visited LEGAL NOTICE TRIEST CONSTRUCTION

A Evening premiums. In spite of the heavy acceptance or rejection. Mrs. 'Annette .not think it' is too* soon for you I Mrs. Mattie Barry l last week. Sealed' bids will be received in CO.

B. Phillips, faithful member to know that ;"WE THANK Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Procurement Office Florida State
Phone WO 4-1563 rain the meeting waS largely at- Prison P. 0. Box 111 Raiford,
of the church has donatedan YOU".' This means the entire'col I P. 0. 557
tended at the Shell's last Friday family enjoyed an out-door sup- Florida ",up to and not later than Box Keystone Heights", Fja.Here : .
electric refrigerator to the ored population 'of 'Starke' and per at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 10:00 a, m. July\ Ith for the following -
night. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Long church which will provide cool
Bradford 'County:: staff reporter. Frank Tinney in Gainesville i : _
water and preserve milk'and food ,Young Men's Club Tuesday night. i

for the children and adults., The On last:' Wednesday the Young .
when needRELIABLE The young people enjoyed a social -
,you pastor thanked, Mrs. Phillips Men's Club sponsored a record
,at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
heartily for the membership. A hop at the Reno''' Theatf '.-, The.
special invitation has been extended club is still open for:members. A A F.. McDavid on Sunday night '
afte>: ,Church. 1
to Ebenezer by First
report from the "reporter7'will be
: GAS SERVICE M>. and Mrs. Charles Perry of
Born Temple to worship with in next issue, we hope.' Perhaps Gainesville of her
were guests
THINK them on the first Sunday in July Rufus""Riley is' on 'v cation.
OF SLADE parents Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Har'eIL -
GAS at 3 p. m. Music will be funishedby Woman's Day 'Program '
: : (
) : onSunday.,, _
the Junior Angel Choir under On Sunday}; June 26* the Beth.lehem

the direction Mrs. Ranell FreeWill Baptist Church ',Tire BIGHT POINT tr roe 4 _
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP ;English with Miss Ruby Albertat will sponsor .the'.third.-"Women'a way you .wrtte. Come la .and select

the piano. This "young group Day Program.Mrs.Sarah Prince your favorite ESTERbBOOK

PHONE WO 4-3551 I Ir of singers in Starke is "WhatsHappenmg" and Ross Green will be charge. Fountain P.... ,.TKLEflBAPHCircuit :

note ,The Sutiday School, classes' will
; if you have < '
9:45 aoril: Mrs.-Grace TIe Circuit ('out"o, The EtgbtbdsAtel.tFwrte06
-I'start at =: with :
+FIgNAa4s .d
I Los as guest superintendent.Teachers For Bradford ('u"a.,.. T> Chaarrrr -n

i will ;be Mrs.- Lerinbn,hi,) ..CASK. ,. -XO.- ,J-&$f

I class.No.. ., 1,;.rrs., M.. P Wheeler I."RAFCO UIT" TO COUP.QUIET, a Florida TITLE Corporation -

: # # in class No 2R and .Constance 1'1 tntlff, vs Samuel C. Lane
Williams in clash'No, 31: -Reviewer etal, Defendants,
Order Of Publication And NoticeTo
of the lesson will be Mrs,, E. J. Defend''Jtn'Th
iloo Hoo: h3UTKITTY, > Givens. Name Ot The State ,Of .;
EATIN i JOSIES MOM ALWAYS *Wt DONE 5CM E The speakers throughout' the :'Edward E. Truluck, and'his wife, C-
PIECE OF .CAMDY CANDY? TO LD ME TO / i ART 5MOP1? E Al day will.be:.Mrs. rd eiof'Jack- If ,married: Edward C. Truluck, '
HORACE the Gulf Tire buys Guff/ fireMevM'
ATE TAKE HER and,his wife, If. married; Julia are greatest. Bit years Every
MINE ,* PAR7! sonville at the 11 odock; morning Wynn. 'and her' husband, if married; ]
CityrishSSbatMartet is
size at big savings during ]
new our
service, Mrs. M. I*' .Paul of.Starkeat ,John 1L- Geiger, also known as J. .
the 3:30 service, and Rev. ...Geiger. and his wife Amy Geiger Big New Gulf Tire Said! '
,e : J ; John Alexander Graham. and
: 1 I O'Neal of Daytona, Beach at the his.wife if married; James L. Gates,
7:30 service.' and his "wife Kittle M. Gates;
p.nu .Samuel C. Lane and his wife If '
Dinner will be served, on thechurch married;' J. D. McLemore and his
grounds at 2 p.m. wife.. Susie Rj. McLemore; John R.
Earl. Jr.. also known as J. R. r
We ihope many will come 'outand Earle Jr. and his wife Henrietta '
e b Z enjoy services'all day "'. D. Earle; John C. Edle also known \\I\
I as .J.:C..Edle. Elaine Pinnon, reporting.' ried; .Charles Roberts and his wife
Local Boy Honored If married; T. W. Pitts, sometimes
known as Thomas W. Pitts, and
Array PFC 'Al DeSueJ18,. son of his ,wife' If married: F. L McCaU.
Mrs. LInnie .DeSue.. Route 2, and his'wife, if married: Annie M.
Mills, and. her husband C. H. Mills;
Starke recently Was ,awarded the J., M., Truby, and hi? wife, It mar-
I Expert Gunner Badge while sere? ried; John Wallace and his wife
SMOKED PICNICS A C ing with the 2nd Armored Calvary Ella Wallace' ; McKinley' Wallace,
Horace.Wallactl. and Walter Wallace li
ti.. Regiment in' Germany 'their respective.,, if married;
A, He earned the badge for displaying Cary -Coffins, and her husband
John Goggins; Susie Williams\ and
: ,-: outstanding skin 'duringthe her husband. Will Williams; Laura v
1. : Seventh Arm tank; gunnery Whitmore a widow; Anson Geiger
and his wife Martha Geiger; J. V.
:,:,'. '':' shoot in Bergen-Hohne,'d nnany. Powell. W. R. Kelly Dr. Tate
.', A gunner in Company D of the Powell;: Parish William Cay Robin-

SPARE. RIBS LB. regiment's 2nd Battalion' hi' Bam- Wall eon: Bina 9Lrtp'Luerease Mitchell: Lawrence Sumner. and D.

;'fi.: berg DeSue entered'the ,Army in their respective spouses, if married;
December 1958 completed basic Holdah Leonard; Ardel Lennard;
::\ James Lennard and their spouses,
training at Fort Jackson; 'S. C.. It -married: and Carrie McFaehen
SMOKED BACON and arrived overseas.last and Eugene'McFashen, her husband:
: : lobule
Pet W4se and her husband
." 't .1 ,' attended' Robertson Jenkins Wise; Ida Stephens and her! bus-
; : and Ellerson High School. Before band. Gus Stephens, individually GIIItCUShIGN Tire
'and as the heirs at, law of Cain
entering the Army DeSue was Uennard. deceased; If alive and if mE :
FRYERS employed by the Hart FurnitureCo. any of the above named persons be
.' dead, then.hi. unknown heirs devisees -
legatees, grantors lIenors,
creditors, successors In interest or
other persons claiming any Interest
7vvTTfymynnfV1 .In the"hereinafter described pro-
END CUTSPORK 'perty by, through; under or against -
each web deceased and all other $ i195 Wide; flat tread
BROOKER persons claiming any interest in the
CHOPS lb. MEAT STEW% lb. property hereinafter described by ,
39c 59cROUND '
-. It ttroagh. iuider or against' them or .
By Shirley .Green, -,, >either..f-thRV and :au.other persons t'. ondasign .
claiming any right title or -
whatever In >er'lo the foltowJne '
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAJAAA*. d scrlbed' J lands situate' in .fC.U' \
FRESH GROUND Bradford. t ountJ' Florida to-wit: ", Black sidewaH tubtyptGet :
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. OroOver'of PARCEL 1iTen .

Miami visited Mr.and -Mrs Al:,.I. (Ie)' Acres in the Southeast .

STCAKft.. Me BEEF lb. 39c Mann and Mrs. Gene Crosby tm 'Quarter Quarter: *USEH JNE'4) of of the Section Northeast SI, : : J.Sl / 67GsiS"I pM f'ax' cDiI rOCCQpQJ f_ t"__.::A

Monday and Tuesday. Township. South. East. -- -
Eloise McDavid of .Pdmpa O nd.mare, particularly, described asllows

Beach is visiting the ,A. F, Me- .fcommenoinjr f ; Eighty Five (85)feet

David family this week. r East ef the Southwest Corner

BANANAS IQc Mrs. Mary.Ryau and Miss MV of the the Northeast Southeast Quarter Quarter, (NEU(SEH) )and'of l i (

Ib. mie Clark of, Jacksonville: visited run, East Seven Hundred Thirty
their parents Mri Lloyd Seven '(UT)' feet; run thence NorthEight 1 (
Mryind. Hundred Sixty Three (881)
., 4 Clark. on Sunday. .feet; thence:run Southwest at anantfa
..Mrs. parrah Elder of Mobile: ,of,. Fifty-Two (i%) Degrees / ,
". Eight Hundred (leG) feet: thence
PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT Ala visited her :.mo her., Mrs; Southwesterly '*t am aDele ofEleven

Verlie Johns, Friday.Mr. ill degrees .Two Hundred ,
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AJM.\ TO 9 P.M. and Mrs, Bran -Hodges 4rv.betianing elghty-fiv (Ufi and) feet to the point

visited; Mr..andJ .l.E, W. Hodges -- The; South Halt (SH) of the
and family In Americas; ..Ga, Southwest Quarter (SWH of theSoutheast
; Quarter '(SE14).' sad the
Lrf and Mr. and Mf a. Cecil Davis andfalailyin' East, Half (Ett) "of the Southeast .
Columbus; 'Ga, last Quarter' (SEK)..of.s< 'I > C' EouthRasge 2* East con- ,
week.: Glenn >Davis 'their.grandson -
; tagging 160 acres.
returned 'withHhem for a ,.PARCEL .
; .'
1 4 visit. ... ;: t''rhs Southwest Quarter (SW' )
Mr and Mrs. Corbett-Horne" of of the Jfo -tlW -t Quarter> (NW ,thetoutta.W.ri'Quarter'SWl,4) n. 'New Safe Guff Tires '.
and the West Half : (W 4) of > Mow at Big Savings
Lake City vtsited ,Mr,: arid: Mrs. ( : .an* anUUt _

A Lloyd Clark on'Sunday.: rtlon.cf, th.Southwest Southeast, Qua-- :'
t ter: SJlyn of tu
A-2C ;Johnny-jfidee.:'stationed ter (8W' ) lying West of StateR.gga&o. SEE YOUR NEAIEST GULF DEALERf -'
109 formerly known aiuteRoid .
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: "Ii ;:PfOo ..r- '
and the Southwest t
.at Forbes APS No. W. .. .

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