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 30, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Gainesville Fla. .

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New Post Office I COUNYOfficial

To Be Erected I j r rtCw.. EftADFORD TELEGRAPH

ff ;, ; County Publication Established In 1879

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Erooker will soon have a new _._, ,
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post office, Postmaster William I ,

H.G.Hicks E. Green announced of Brooker this has week.been Bradford CountyPrlertyValued RaifordGuards Say !

awarded the contract to construct -

the new post office. Green ,
d ,
will rent the facility to the Post Y ei r I I

Office agreement Department ia for five The years.rental i iI !'

Ground breaking; and construction i: At $$13,899,338 Brutality Necessary

of the new post office is ex-
pected to begin immediately -- --

Hicks said with completion due :Total valuation of property,I I Fourteen former guards of the opening arguments to the civil other inmates.

October 1 of this year. rucrz4' yt I both taxable and non-taxable in Raiford State Prison on trial in rights trial jury Tuesday June I All 14 guards are charged in

The new modern building'' willIe .1 Bradford County this year is federal court in Jacksonville will 28, it appeared the guards will two grand jury indictments with

located on Charlotte Avenue, Marshall Sumpter Harley of Lawtey (in foreTampa Municipal Judge Walter Burnside Jr. Othersground $13,899338, according to Tax Assessor testify that harsh measures were counter the government's chargesof conspiring to violate the civil

between Pine and Bloxam Streets ) obrves a!* Ids! instructor Patrolman in photo are the court clerk and an unidentified Gene, Long, necessary to control prisoners torture and abuse with a pic- rights of prisoners during the
approximately 225 yards east of accident before defendant. This was an increase of $1.845.- hat were the worst of the ture of desperate, hardened con- period from May 23 to Oct. 1 of
George Shear, testifies in an case 531 last
Total valua-
present quarters. It will provide over year. worst." victs who had to be controlled to 1958. Another 21 indictments list

500 square feet, of Interior space, tion of the county's property in From the defense attorney's prevent the death of guards and specific instances of mistreatment -
1959, was 12054007.. Long re-
and outside loading platform, and Polio Immunity I .
ample space for parking an4 truck Ported. FHP PatrolmanSellers Courthouse Space A graphic description of the
4 s Long said the increase in valuations I tortures
maneuvering. Specifications call the government charges

tor new modern lighting and Appeal Voiced I increase reflects''in some growth assessments and an to SuccumbsIn Debate To Renew :took place was disclosed when

equipment Hicks said. remove inequities. He said that .Assistant U, S. District Attorney
In a letter to Hicks, ; U; S. :John L. Briggs made the govern-
Itself Next Week
Medical CenterFlorida
property is assessed at -
Postmaster General Arthur E. now around .ment's opening argument.
Health Board 35 cent of its truevalue
Eumraerfield By per
stated that the Briggs described the "c1ass1c"position
fairly close to the state Patrolman Circuit Court Clerk Charles of
postal facility to be rented in Highway shackling prisoners In
Brooker is typical of many others average. Nelson Sellers who was stationedin Darby on behalf of the Bradford a seated position. The hands were
going up elsewhere throughout. the An appeal f ithe polio immunization ,. ;3 rFk4 Taxable property; in the countyis Bradford County until he be-. County Commission issued invitations cuffed through the bars of the

country: "These new post offices," of the thousands of + .'kI ,..?.. N evaluated at,, $9,259,138 or an came ill last summer, died Mon- on Tuesday, June 28 to cell across a horizontal bar about
he said "contaln not only! modern unprotected children and adultsin I -4 increase ,of $lS ))7.541 over last day morning June 27, in the the County School Board and to 2 Inches above the floor, then the

patron-service counters and eye- the stalk has been issued by year. This also represents, an in- Gainesville Medical Center. County Judge T. A. Yawn to hold feet were shackled across another

savmg' fluorescent lighting, but the Health.Dr Florida. State Board of '. crease of taxable 18.88 per cent. over lastyear's Sellers in and out of the Medical a joint meeting to consider find I horizontal bar 10 Inches high,

provision is made for patron property.Property Center all year, died of plasma ing more space in the courthousefor forcing all She man's weight on
; James .0. Bond State Epi- in all categories, except -
service after regular business anemia,"a disease very closely associated Yawn's offices. I the end of his spine, Briggs said.
demiologist, estimates that there railroad and telegraph hold-
:Clours." .. with lukemia. Doctors One suggestion for providingmore Some prisoners were left in
are still some 800,000 ings, showed Increase in valu-
Th? Postmaster General\, also persons un- an first thought Sellers had lukemia space for Yawn was to j his position for as long as ten
der 40 in the state who have ation. Railroad and
pointed cut 'that since the new had telegraph end him only' six months to more the offices of County Supt.of days Briggs said, often without
no polio Immunization He at gave .
noted property was valued x997,578this Morgan
post officevill; remain under live. Schools Harmon P. to clothing and sometimes without
that the number recorded polio year, a decrease of $5,519
the USO Building directly across food. Briggs listed dates and
private ownership while..rented to '
,cases in Florida this year is still from last'year. In 1959 this pro- The 32-year-old patrolman also from the high school. Morgan's guards who played powerful
the government, It will local
pay well below that reported at the perty showed an increase, of $97- contracted hepatitis, an inflama-
" offices in the courthouse are ad- streams of water on the
''real prisoner'sgroins.
estate taxes to bear its share A counselor for the Peninsula Motor Club, tion; of the liver, from blood trans-
same time last year. He said 25 travel 000: over the previous year. jacent to Yawn's and so would be .
of the cost of local .
government.In cases are on record this year 17 (AAA) poses as" an errant motorist while Tampa Patrolman Homesteads, which are exempt fusions given him during the readily accessible to the judge. When a prisoner would screamin
his! letter, Summerfield,stated
that the in Drpoker "them:, paralytic. This compares George Shear demonstrates to Marshall Surapter Harley when valued at under $5,000 course of his illness. Morgan has stated that he is pain Briggs said the streamof
new building :
ia ,.one of 1,400 new post officesto .with 65 cases at the same time (right), the proper way to detain ,drivers From the way the. were this year valued 'at $4,443- Last summer, when he first became -I open to all suggestions. water would be played in his
last last year, with 46 paralytic."It 730 an increase of $497,650 over ill Sellers
be built in fiscal 1960. Under : lady is smiling it looks as If patrolman has the right technique was transferred' Courthouse officials agree that mouth and face. He charged that
the Is too early to predict that last year. from Starke to his home in Mari- Judge Yawn is not the only occupant some prisoners' mouths were
Commercial Leasing Program, this Will be a light polio year," Non-exempt real estate was anna. He lived there all last year, suffering from lack of taped to muffle their screams.
ment said is, the Foot Office Depart-for the doctor said, "however, if every valued at $5.579.290.this year an working when he was able to do space, but his seems to presentthe The government listed several
awarding contracts person ,would take the vaccine, increase of $550,350 over 1959. so. most pressing problem at the instances where inmates
new postal facilities at the rate this could be assured." i Motor Club Trains 'Personal property was valued at Surviving Sellers his moment beaten with
of five per working day. Tire of are wife > blackjacks and rubber -
years experience with
In-ease Elsie, and four sons. hoses, and one time'when the
polio immunization have shown Funeral services were at the Cemetery WorkingThere | beating was administered by
Bradford Makes that the disease can be conquered This was the largest increase of Trinity Baptist Church in Mari- trusties while guards watched.
," said Dr. Bond. "But the Marshal by of the'catagories, and was will be a working at the
Lawtey'sFor anna Wednesday, June 29. Sellers Briggs also said some prisonerswere
tragic thing is that the person caused, primarily by the new na- New River Cemetery, July 7, R.
Proposal T& Clay/ vas buried in his Florida Highway taken to an empty wing of
child or adult, who has not been tural gas: property in the county. H. Green Jr. announced this week.A .
Patrol uniform and his! pall- the maximum\ b\1lldiJ\f"ff'\ the
In immunized, is still just as muchin the past two weeks Marshall Marshall Harley receives in Tam- The Board of Equalization will bearers twere-aVU natrplmen. basket dinner will be servedon prisonf as t. onflned'lo' a small
Pupil Dispute danger as he was before Salk meet Tuesday, July 5, to consider the grounds at the noon hour. -' -
Sumpter Harfpjro4tf4Wt b pa, the Mayor declared. "I will room while tear gas was shot -on
vaccine was introduced. is unfortunate has been attendhjn enforce the law as I see fit adjustments in tax asessments., ,. them. One of the prisoners, Tar

The Bradford County School that your neighbor's j'Tampa, sponsored by ,the Penin- whether the number of arrests ;:...,; 1 mad fi i Eugene Sellers. died in
Board has stated that !tt. will,, pay vaccination will not protect you sula Motor Club,1qrJ-ntfforiHo' made'is 13 or 1200. ,Tenative Budget ..;, 5epteiwfr.* after he had

/transportation; expenses,lor .,Clay, Polio,. immunization1. is availableSterefy be' 'properlr'trainetj! : 'tuthis .Motor..CI b :officials .are high been tltrand'sutj| < fe4. to tear
'CountY &wnt to>attend-Brad. to :person:: In the. state, du es.. in ,their praise of the attitude pf Hits Commission gas four times Briggs charged.

ford High School Clay will through: private doctors or public Harley has been the guest of Mayor Shuford and other Lawtey *Aext 1 1f 'The defense denied that disciplinary -

furnish buses and drivers School health ,agencies. the: Club while, undergoing an officials for the "splendid spirit; R, Y measures were respon-
Supt. Harmon' P. Morgan said. Dr..Bond added that. no special Intensive training program in the. of cooperation" they have shown TuesdayA r sible for Sellers' death. They also

The Bradford Board made this statewide campaign would be ,Tampa Police Department. in arranging training for Marshall ,.. !denied that salt was sprinkled on
offer to the Clay,School Board' at conducted this year, but that 'an i Mayor Charles Shuford,of Law- Harley. tentative budget will be presented : t 'the floor where prisoners were

a Joint meeting Monday June 27, effort is being made through pro: tey stated that Harley was sent "We are delighted with th !tg the Bradford County % \ i sitting unclothed in the "classic"

In :the Bradford County' Court- 1 per channels to reach some of to Tampa to catch up on the way ,things have turned out in Commission next Tuesday, July \ Bt \r'f position.

house. Clay County has not yet the very isolated groups that latest methods of law enforce- Lawtey," said Marvin L.. Hol- 5, Circuit Court Clerk Charles I The defense conceded that

answered the proposal but has have never responded: to the usual ment used in that city. Shuford loway, president of the Peninsula Darby Mated this week. "< :prisoners were beaten. The use

said it will take it under con- community-wide 'appeals. He said emphatically stated that he does Motor Club. "We are convincedthat o The Board will go over the proPosed 4 ot tear gas on prisoners in confined -

sideration... Morgan said these groups now constitute the i I not, intend to let the Motor Club Mayor Shuford is sincere in budget next Tuesday and i quarters is standard practice !
The two boards met in an effort state's last frontier in the polio I I dictate to him how the law his efforts to carry out fair and then again two weeks later on in penal institutions to quiet

to settle. .a long and drawn immunization effort but that i should be enforced in Lawtey but impartial law enforcement and July 18 before formally adopting F; 'down, unruly men, Chester Bedell,

out; dispute over where ,students II thousands of unlmmunized persons -'said he would like the marshallto don't believe we will have cause it as the official' budget Darby _, : attorney for the defense stated.

In the fringe ateas of Clay County still remain among all classes be well trained and able to for any further argument. 1 said.This All of the specific cases Briggs
;specifically Keystone Heights of the"population.. These persons execute his duties in a proper When Marshall Harley reports year the race track money f1j; ; ... .r' cited took palce in July August

and, Kingsley Lake ,will attend should obtain immunizing manner* back to work Monday July 4, he' will revert to its old way of being L' t and September, 1958, after three
school For several years these shots before the summer is fur- "Regardless of the training will have had considerable train- disbursed. The Bradford, County riot In May, and June had been

students have attended Bradford ther advanced, he stated. .ing on wl! n and how to make Hospital will. get the first $15,000 quelled.

schools'with this county providingthe The oral vaccine currently beIng -I' Gov.: Elect Bryant traffic arrests when warning with the School Board receiving The prosecution stated the

: transportation.Two tested in Dade County will i tickets are warranted, how to Investigate 60, per cent of the balance and X 'punishments were for such rule
years ago the Bradford not be available for general use Meets With Key I accidents court pro: the county 40 per' cent. fir r + t' s. 'I.violations as possession of a

School Board voted to accept until at least another year, the Starke Workers cedure and rules of evidence, Last year the hospital and the + pencil or spoon, cursing at guards,

these.students only if Clay County epidemiologist noted., In the safety engineering and other county received $10,000 each before rtz or for placing a pillow on the

paid transportation costs. meantime he said every effort Governor-elect Farris Bryant phases of law enforcement. the School Board and county ; r floor. Prosecuting Alt. Briggs said

During the past year a numberof should be made to use the available met with key workers in his When the AAA lifted its drastic got their 60-40 per' cent shares. -, that none of the abuse the goV-

the students in the two areas Salk vaccine which has proved Bradford County campaign organization 1 a'red-line" treatment of Lawtey This n'_ was"_ done__n_ to__ give the n__ countv '- _'; ernment will try to prove ,had

have continued to attend Bradford to be 80 to 90 per cent effect- at a luncheon meet last February after a dispute extra funds. a .'* r # been authorized by the prison's

schools, with parents furnishing ive in preventing paralytic polio. ing in the Garden Restaurant :, over law enforcement practices By reverting the race'' track 4c .; regular disciplinary committee.The .
transportation, because of funds to their former manner of 3r handcuffing
Wednesday. He was accompanied | there, Motor Club President Hol- defense said tttt -
proximity to schools in this HOMECOMING: AT :' disbursal the stands to
their by Mrs. Bryant., loway offered Mayor Shuford helpin county and shackling of prisoners for
county. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH The Governor-elect expressedhis training the next marshall the lose $8.000, Darby reported. long periods of time was necessary

iThe decision is, pretty well The Bethel Baptist Church lo- appreciation for the fine work. city employed. Darby said that he expects Increases rw L because the design of the maximum -

left to Clay now," Morgan said, cated just off the Griffis Loop that was done in. his behalf, resulting A few weeks ago, Mayor Shu- over last year in several security building Is not
"They can either provide trans- in Bradford County giv-I ford took the offer up., The Club areas. The race track funds will suited for troublesome inmates.
will hold its annual homecoming their exhibits the blue
Pictured of
above holding are some
portation students to attend net the $190,000 this ,
for the county year
ing him such a fine majority in then made arrangements with Some 70 witnesses are expectedto
school here or they can send Sunday. July 3, with the Brad- both primaries. Tampa Police Chief Neal Brown ,he said. This figure came from ribbon winners In the Home Demonstration Club's zinnia and be called by the government, in-
Convention. '
them elsewhere. Morgan noted Rev. R. J. Lee.Singing pastor of the John A: Torode, Bryant's campaign and Police Personnel and Train- 'I the County Finance Officer.So flower show last Friday. eluding 50 prisoner now being
that Clay County will have to church announced.W. manager here introduced ing Officer Capt. Charles Otero far this year the county hasreceived Upper photo (I-r): Mm. H. B. Hamilton, Airs. J. I* Gentry held at Ralford or at road camps

provide transportation whether of Park the workers and told some of the ito train Marshall Harley. A personal -]I $183.000 in race track !Mrs. Smith A. Devoe and Miss Enza Riant-hard. in various sections of the state.
W. Bishop Orange I <
thestudents attend Clay or Bradford will bring the morning message. work each had done in Bryant's tutor Patrolman George monies and another small pay- Lower photo ((1-r): Mrs Date Green, Mrs. John Douglas The 14 former guards are:
schools. of 12 in ment is expected sometime in James Henry Dunn former guard
Dinner on the grounds and singing behalf. Shear, a veteran years Sirs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Neal Lyons, and Mrs. J. B. White.
"The Bradford Board doesn't will follow. The ,Governor-elect ,said he the Tampa Police Departmentand July. Darby stated. captain; Earle Leslie Chester,
the afternoon
in '
feel it can furnish transportation 10 would return to' the' county at a its top traffic instructor, was The gas tax for the county will his former lieutenant; Edward,,
for students' from: other ,counties, Sunday service School,, 11 a m.am.; and; later date and discuss with local assigned for two weeks to teach also increase about 5000.. Darby Annual Zinnia And Flower Show Ralph Taylor Melvin McKinney
but, is perfectly willing to have service' 7:30 leaders some of the things that Harley. expects. Last year the county received John C. Batten, James Arthur

them attend school here, If the i p.the m.evening and preaching song at 8 at p. m. are needed by Bradford County. The Lawtey marshall _rode in about $45,000 from the tax Attracts Large Number Of EntriesThe Barton. Albert Lee Stafford Russell -
counties concerned provide meansof Shear's patrol car and saw him on gasoline; this year the figure Carter, Hubert Griff,. Bopsie

getting them to school" Mor- I CheatsDeath make arrests: he,went into Muni- will be around$50,000Advalorem .- Allen Griff i John O. Dobbs An-
U-Year-Qld: Lawtey Boy annual Zinnia and Flower herb exhibit
taxes on propertywill showing a pot of
gan, stated. cipal Court and saw how his in- drewUWiDis Richardson Earlis
never also be higher this year, Dar- Show sponsored by the Home De- chives and recipes for their use. : .
"Actually, the problem structor presented cases he made. Han ,-:1ind Ronnie K. Grlffis.S
has. been ours" Morgan'said.. It After Inhaling Parathion He interviewed Chief Brown, ,the by expects, because of-new construction monstration Council attracted a The following blue ribbon win- '
large number of entries last Friday -
ners were announced by the
I and the natural
responsibility to gas
Is Clay County's traffic instructor and the Registration
send the pupils to school, he said. 'While spraymg COllard greens ceraing the 'toys chances to live. city city traffic engineer about prob- lines in the county. How much although the growing season judges, Mrs. Paul Raymond and
I was later this year than usual. Mrs. A. Russell Norman. Books
will be Open
higher than they
with parathion a 14-year-old Law- The! doctor stated that an that lems hell face In Lawtey. year
j H. B. Hamilton chair-
Mrs. was Arrangements Mrs. R. M.
will the millage rates -
excessive could be done in such a case :was named marshall of depend on
inhaled an Harley was
REGISTRATIONBOOKS j i I tey bay in theboy's set by the County Commission. man of the event which was held I Caddell, Mrs. Jim Harden Mrs. Registration boots are open
amount of the poison and ended to keep the vital organs Lawtey on June 1. He succeeds
in the front hallways of the Oscar Crosby, Mrs. Ann Klein- now at the County Courthouse.
'end' to
Bradford County Hospital body functioning Marshall Mitchell Brown targetof I
in the
t up 1 courthouse.Mrs. .
man Marion L. Crosby announces.Mrs.
\ him blood. Felos attributesthe criticism "over- Students RequestTransportation i Mrs.
in serious condition, give the AAA for t
very S. A. DeVoe of Starke
r I to theyoungsters Single specimen Mrs. J. B. Crosby urges all new-
Pete G. Felos reported. Speedy recovery zealous and discriminatory en-
NOW OPENIN Dr. won the tri-color award ribbon White Rev. A. J. Adams. Mrs. comers and those whose names
t 'Outhand vitality. forcement" in Lawtey. who resigned -
; of Mr. and ) ,
Wayne son worSened for the highest scoring plant Neal Lyon. Mrs. E. L. Cox Mrs. have been removed from the rolls
.. t Mrs Arvis C. Kirkland. has since ,,Felos said the case was in May. Several students attending St and the .sweepstakes award for R. M. Caddell Mrs. Jim Harden to register for the November
interval between
I recovered and was dischargedfrom by long Club President HoUoway states Johns River College In Palatka receiving the greatest number of Mrs. A. C. Belche. Jimmy Moore elections.
COURTHOUSE thehospital' Wednesday, inhalation of the poison and that. "We as a' motor club planto have requested that the countyProvide ribbons.M. Mrs. A. R. Bruner Mrs. J. G.

I 'June, 29. -'1'he boy is expected to treatment. Kirkland sprayed the work with Lawtey to help the transportation to and BJordan's horticultureclass Caldwell. Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs.L. Club

---,-,- I J suffer no after effects whatsoever, queens" at mid-morning did not speed up construction work on'TTJ.S. from school. School Supt. Har- at the State Prison made J. Swan. Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair. I Rotary
; Dr. Felos said.However enter the hospital until 3 p.m. ., 301 there, and 'to insure adequate I!
discovered that the
: i Dr. Felos stated when I I It was signing and safety engineering Morgan requests that all students small garden enclosed in Mrs. R. F. Young Mrs. J. L. Gentry .i took over the reins.of the Starke
Weekly to Publicize I the boy first entered the hospitalon boy was ill when he became listless' to help control traffic. attending the college contact glass], dish gardens, and cut Mrs. R. E. Sutton. Mrs. Jim Rotary Club :at the Wednesday

CorameBlty Events by Tuesday, June 21, he was unconscious and his mother had to poke "The recent rash of fatal accidents htn about this situation. No- flowers. Harden. Mrs. N. B. Davis. luncheon meeting and announced

I I and in convulsions. The him .to get attention. the doc- 'in. the Starke ,area is thing can be done. Morgan says, Other attractions included a Foliage plants Mrs. Effie committee chairmen' and projectsfor

THE COMMUNITY.,I doctor immediately called the tor said. cause for alarm. We believe that until he finds out how many stu- dried flower arrangement of wood Miner Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs. J. the new year starting in July.
Poison Center at St. Vincent'sHospital Dr. Felos stated that the report with.the training Marshall.Harley dents,desire transportation.Some roses 'cat tails and various other L. Gentry Mrs. S. A. DeVoe. The outgoing president T. A.

STATE BANK 1 in Jacksonville, an organization of the Poison Center led him has received in'the Tampa Police counties. Morgan stated dried materials made by Mrs. R. African violets Mrs. John Yawn was presente4 a handsome

which prescribes treatment to believe that there .)3 not a Department, he will be better furnish this sort of transportaUOQ M.,Caddell. Among the education Douglas Mrs. S. A. DeVoe. wall.plaque in commemorationof

OF STARK I I. in poison cases and received veiy high.rate of ,recovery. in able to'cope with the' situation for students attending Junior exhibits were a display on. how Cactii collection Mrs. R. F. his services during; the past 12

a very discouraging reply con such advanced cases, in IA wte1." HoUoway stated. colleges. to root African violets, and an Young. months..Julian .


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f ,. THURSDAY JUNE 30, 1960
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'L --r. ."- r }fr. and Mrs. H. E. Daytonand Mr. and, Marvin Rowell of Mrs., Geqrge Flynn. ,, 'Jrf and Byron Tenrtllegar has retained!I
r family of N. St. Clair street Stuart were weekend guests o| c&Hsift te, J&y.- x&tts At The T b asJ I
? fCO P.t g; a Tit. with h10
I have moved to Largo wftere tyt. %.!r.ajd Mis.pr &. Fanchjsr.. 'and '
,, parents: Mr. Mrs R. S. Me- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Tn ;
I ,I Dayton has gone into the hardware -' Dr.- and MrsT T.: G, Ritch and 'Ateer'. In pampas past .Iw5wseks > ludi,, in .Sanfad. 'i! Among' the tlsitprs to the Gospel l Tr.i .
business. I family .have'm} ved.In p::thejr} ae\f Little Mrs Tabernacle last::week to view
;Reggie >ux\ Cray John Anderson and son, -
1 Mr. and Mrs. Juiuus Smith attended home on Bessent jpjad. remained' the palntbg'were Mr. and Mrs. f
; witto their.grandparents; John o(Cocoa are ep nddip tntiweek : I i W :I2 SO }
the Florida Institute of Mrs. 3. J::. idte Thuriy Wendell; Marsh of Iowa, 'MES.I.
xjt nhile Mrs. Tlynn and '
baby arc with
'II rand Mrs. A. W.
THgNEWl Laundry:! and Cleajpins: Convention : to Sunday :in'' Tallahassee 'with i .returning: hqme Friday Anderson. -Sr. Mr. ;Ajiuexsoa vvlkjoin Lucy Fuller of Umatllla. Mrs. IS'THE DEUGJf'ED---l l lTNKGASTNESEQ4V5
\ I at the Fontainbleau Hotel inMiami Dr. and Mrs. *R.: P.'Stdbfeins: aril ..Gleu ': foQane ,of AVtUmngton, his ,family for the long Week\I Ethel. :Barbour of JacksprRaile., !! WHEN
i and"fcjr. and Dirs.;:TP B. 'Hoifer- ,
6- I Beach from Friday to attended the wedding of Mary r jls_spending i :the'.spanner\ with ; : : ;
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Sunday. Rivers Stubbing to Charles U. hg} :grandparents.. Mr. :and -Mrs.:t end.Mr.. and :Mrs. T. H. 'glade. 11"; : inaZi of Hain' Hawaii, I j '
Wilbur A. Scott of Gainesville I Mrs. J. W. Home of Hampton J rurcnase any model* of Sinker Cooper on s Saturday; .afternoon. G.-. ;B.. ) qna,fir. i''lInd daughters Flora ana'Susan .At the' 'cloe of the Bible I!

was a business visitor in Starke and Miss Koni Hill of Douglas. : +Sewing Machine a& Denmark Mr. and Mrs. C: J. Hernnston \C.-R.. Powell .of>e 1.on.X.. .C.: returned ,last "Friday from fciree School hour Sunqay morning an
Friday afternoon. He is connectedwith Wyo. were last Thursday lunch- Furniture C.,. tf ., l
of awa''zl was given to the pupil ,
Palatka were, visitorsof i visited{ 1/.Wtt.
hfc J. 1I.
Spnday ..... / Mrs.. ;FIelds.; wetks \lour,in New England states.
Edwards Building Sup eon guests of Mrs. Robert Barks- ,I -
tin.: Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith and with the attendance
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Jt puPjgq. Oil tnday.IMF Mrs Herbert 'Thouiaa and liisliest: rc- ; : Q ..r.\ 1 1J445t
ply Co. dale. : children of Sanford spent the ) ;cord. Each child also( received a ,,
I Mr. and Mrs.! S. E. Simmons of JFraster Shaw daughter, Kathleen, andIrs..
Mrs. C. G. Barks .ale, Mrs. Lula Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Pope ir. weekend with her parents. Mr. : visite l ;otutnerl 1 t ; booklet! of Christian] stories. : "\: ;
Miami Dr. and Mrs. H. H-. Saturday 'from ,ten days in Bap- Irene Robertssp nt Tuesday inS
bias. and RobbY Barksdale spent and family of Norfolk. Va. arrived and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins.1"he 'children :: _
Adams at Kjngsley'Lake last fiat)1cmorial'Fiopita1 'where Augustine. for the
' Saturday: to Tuesday at their Thursday to spend July remained with their grand- !
camp near Hawthorne. uith Mrs. Pope's mother Mrs. A. parents this week. I Thursday.Miss underwent' gur fiery." Her 'son Gene: Mr. and Mra. E. D. Tenly are way you write. Come in and select I .-
Z. Adkins on Kingsley' Lake. Dr. Louise Stern returned\ Shag, Qt Macon, .Ga, is.hqme for. vacationing at Flagler Beach from your favorite ESTERBROOK
Mr. and Mrs. R- V. Chapman Lee Pontenberg of Tampa spent
Saturday from a week's. vacation the' summer. Wednesday to Monday. Fountain Pea TELEGRAPH pj ,
Pope will return to his home the
spent Friday to Tuesday of last I several days last week with his
first Adkins in New York City. lira Merrill; Edwards; and lamujrspent Mr. and Mrs. Levy anova, Jr.
week in Decatur, Ga. visiting Mr. of next week. Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Edward Burns. -- -- --
will also have as guests over the Mrs. Del Colley is. in. Tall ha! Wednesday at Jacksonville and son Steve, of Jacksonville -
and Mrs. R. W. Denicke and attending Martha Susan Ritch is the '
the wedding of Rosemary Ion? weekend. Mr and Mrs. A. Z. guest of Linda Huggins at Jacksonville re from Tuesday to Thursday on Bea< h. .and David Canova. of U. of F. D EBILTARKE : DID YOU KNOW?
DeiUvke to Alton L Rogers. Adkins and family of Gainesville. Beach this week. business for the Florida Development 4z.: W. C- Haite! returned\ last. summer school \\ill. spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy of Commission.l l week from'two weeks visit long weekend at the seniorCanova FLA.
I with
Mi and Mrs. David F. Crowsonof 1 Mrs. Gladys Weldon and i
,"" .,'.1 aa, Ga. will arrive Satur-j Gainesville are visiting relativesin daughter Martha, and Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sieg of .Ga.inesville. relatives in Miami and West Palm I II home on .Kingsley Lake. PYROFAX GAS ,
I I Bloomington. HI. for ten days. and grandchildren, Laura and Beach. ,Mr. and Mrs. ,Jimmy Rowe and Sunday Monday Tuesday
d;:? k': a wee 's vacation at the Mrs. Charles Patrick and son ,
C'aack i Crowson summer. home on !I Mrs. Guy is spending June and Greg, of near Sneads spent the Paula! Sapp of Palatka, yisited. ,Bobby Wood of Ocala was-,1sit- daughter at Elinor are spending the, weekend July 3. 4, 5 1
July with her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Mrs. Frank Herlong and llrs; In : Village. DaytonaMr. DOUBLE FEATUREs 3 times hotter
Bord Lake. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.: R. ; ? $3 father. Robert Food, !;! and.
Adkins on Kingsley. Lake. Weldon in Jacksonville. Daisy Ferryman: teat\ Thursday.Mr. Gene paias lost week. .
f.r'f15: f1} Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Mr and Mrs. F. J. Pellum and Mrs: Alvin Gerle, Mrs. > t'ebl : and Mrs.- Don Jonier and Too Soon To Love t '*
1 4p with Sinter Bobbins at Den- spent the past week with friends Carolyn Redgrave 1 and son, h fett*3fe.*r* Sfester Bell. #09? 1 reni': ; 'Of Augusta :Q n. Jennifer West, Richard Fans 4 tv TIIANNATURAL

mark Furniture Co. (f,'and relatives in the Southeastern Wayne! ana+* Mrs. I> S. Hotta.were: from' fteo.n* wit. *-Co. itHe. will. impend lie iPhetii ,We.ccnd' Arrow in the Dust
Florida Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn returned States. They also visited Mr and in Jacksonville on Sunday' and ,,14rs/H. T. fSftctWlJh and with JCr. and ligg.J4r. Sterling Hayden,' Coleen Gray I., GAS
.. ..
}Ir. and vies T, Mr .. and. Mrs.. WitU "" ,
last Thursday from Cerro Mrs. J. A. Ennis, former Staike : F. Hutto. And : , Gorda N. C., where they were I residents, in SyIVaI a, Ga. and Mrs. Brad Locke and families; week. ath. jtbeir jiafteatsMwi.; and iflw hter; .Fraacei Landr tta, Pius Color Cartoon .. I FOR
called by the sudden death of Frank Tomlinson Sara Wood- Rev; and,Mrs. J. H. ;Slarby. ;Jr. Carrie itt i 'sad' Ala. :twit'$. cud, Mi-a. i,F..hers :flf .)Jackson- 1 I

Mrs. Wynn's brother, Oscar. Wil burn, Harriet Goodman, Elaine and family, and }Jr, and Mrs. J. Floyip Gj+eeRitcfl Diane tad >gcsla y&ere fc Pouglas, -, ".vyer: the Wednesday, Thursday 'CLEAN
W. attended the ake. >t. "": t1 tho. Mr. Mrs. July 6, 7
liamson. and Tommy Harley Dale Knight Furlong fuperalof renamed lth thejrr I I :' ,.. IJ1d 1 II
Lester They of Centerville, and Barbara Blankenship attended Nelson' Sellers, f .Stark&:. pare ta, #!>r'AA inSefifi te.visit.f I "I- bLix r.. ey 'att d DOUBLE FEATURE = DEPENDABLE.
Theatre.I Tenn. isisitlng Mr. and Mrs- I the CYF camp at Silver resident, at' the Trinity Baptist.. 'T tS'taraed' WetI -.:* ;may reunion? at Jaybird Emergency HospitalMargaret

Don Ray Tilley at the State Farm Springs last week. Church in Marianne on; Wednesday nesday: fros .g JReefc*?'confinement !, Springs.. : Lindsay, Byron Palmer .SERVICE
I and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs. M. afternoon in 1 Mri; and Mrs ,ly.e:5< E. Hill r
..---- ., -...,.... I I PLUS .", .:. CALL YOURPYROFAX
in Starke. L. Johns of Starke and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan. Jr. 1Mrs.. c Fftrence., S.: C. win tae W tend

SATURDAY, JULY. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Myron Knuth of I Mrs. K. W. Witt of Columbus, and six children of Boston, Mass,. I Sunday ,fojjsa p. Wilms,tw: m' tletutaed M!aTanppap 8Be a # Mr.'. M a"'Mrs.- F. ;S. Lone Texan : GASDEALER
Boynton Beach were weekend Ohio were visiting Rev. and :Mrs. were last Friday visitors of Mrs.T. .' ) Beard, Willard Parker: Audrey Ddltnn I
1st Feature sae vray cell ttne4 it '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert G. W. Smedley in Lake City last J. Griffin, Mrs.: Annie Ir= a. hospital vale l -P1J'iW wa' ;e ttu'at 7iast Plus Color Cartoon i
Brown. Tuesday. I. and Mrs..Carrie Ritch. Y'I' relaiiyw.Mr $' a Reek p| Mr, LB3 Mrs."WillieRaJZor4. Pi-. I iI

MHESEThollsANDc y .H\ W to theiel Friday Saturday '
n *. Billy DealiRg 90* two ages .,"4. .b' ifflr4n' "It-\\. l.<"."f'. d dat>..ahZpr ... July 89DOUBLD l'
] of Jickgoavile} aagl Mr*' J\tbelt ; t1t'.j&d: 1)djs) l+Teri. -r-A_ c.. .J' n.
Stevens' and toaster' Vf Saata Aids."' idea ,i y Md w FEATUREPride I

HILLS' The Bradford Mares,' sees.: &uida& F3si PflftAJiy .A& jxz.io f lia Ri aJtard Of The ;

tors'# Mr.; and Mrs. L. p. Green. County Hospital!,clerical, staff receive Blue GrassLlojd

,j, Com,, and; Mrs.. .Fred Glenn! 14 4 "theif diplomas Tuesday 1
; as guests at their Kingsley Lake night in the Principles of Hospital Bridges, Vera Miles

home last week Mr and Mrs. Accounting after a 16-week 3 Came To Kill

M Frank Thompson and ,daughter. course ,at the Florida Chapter of Camerpo Mitchell, John Lupton
Anne? & Columbus, Ga. American. Association
of Hospital Plus Color Cartoon Phone WO 4-7551
County Telegraph Mr and. Mrs. W. W. :Ward ofAlbany Accountants in Jacksonville: '
Ga.. are spending next, ,I -

2nd Feature week with Mr. and J rs. Wt F.1'I:
Gl nn.

i Jewett Fogg was ,deep sea fishing -,,
I off Mayport last"S turday.

The three Fogg children are recovering :sBUNK

!I from .a month's siege! FRIDAY-SATURDAY
of chicken. jjox.

f airs. .E. F. Miles will he in
.invites you to t seethe Warmer Rpbhins!! Ga. next week SPECIALS

Visiting.ilr. -and Mrs. L. H. Gold- BED ,1
'S AMBE& GRAY smith.Mrs..
aNEMAs PE.COI.OR w oG wg.lur.1C I .. .: all-new y. V Hazen attended the
Oar! 1\\ -\ .
1 Hopiecoming at ,Antioch Mission- -

Cartoon: PLUTO AT zod ar),!Baptist' Church on Sunday,. 1 p \
T.Burroughs '.
Mrs. Addie Wheeler of Orlando '
SUNDAY &JJONDAYJuly Mr4; and Mrs. Roy Layfield: and .
:3&4 -- daughters of Lake Harbor, and':
-'--.- : Dire. Corine Purvis of Gainesville. ; BUNK BEDS BUNK BEDS
1 You'll live every exciting; ,are spending several days with I !

cicate. ia fiat fabulous I I BLUE Mr., and Mrs. Frank' Herlong.' Red Maple I or Salem I IfjIff.I Salem. Maple Finish

1 faraway land! xWiS Kay Hart and, ,Joan Herl i will I. ; Complete With Ladder
Maple Finish I
attend Camp Waycross, <:;a. next
I week., With Ladder and GuardRail s and Guard Rail

t e Mrs. A.N, Holliday and children I r 2INNERSPRINGMATTRESSES
; will return Friday from two weeksin i k

ADDING Warrington: : Va. visiting: I MJr. 2 MATTRESSES 1IJ .
and Mrs J. A. Scanlan.(
i I :Mr. and Mrs. John Jertks and Regular $117.85 s
Compare at $139.95
'children of New Qrleans are 4.i' '
MACHINE visiting her mother.. Mrs. John
; (Similar to above paoio)
I Christiansen this week.

Here's the latest for the modem cities Mrs G. E.; McCauley of Palatka ,

u4_ spent Wednesday to Friday with I
I ; ...the tight compact, sO-eisctrfe! '
her daughter. Mrs.. Charles. Hardy "1'1
i Burroughs Ten Key with era BaUnceTouc! ; and family. SALEM MAPLE -
A COLLMQA POUKES RELEASE I b colon Chace Hardy is, visiting his ..:

., !t striking uncle and aunt Mr and" ,Mrs..
I Frank ) at Crescent Beach
1. t
I To
Cartoon: )|lTTLKSr BULLY; i SEE THEM TODAY!' for'several weeks. Match Above Bunk Beds
i cOw\ Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
R, I
TUESDAYS( WEDNESDAY family were in Atlanta over the Regular $36.95
weekend and brought back daughter -
July.. 5 & 6 .Janet, from Emory Majorette ,
$199 Camp. SALE PRICED ONLY $ :

., : 'i Jt :: Mrs. Ralph Barbour of Tallahassee $2995Similar .. .
'- was. a. Sunday visitor of,
I I ; 'Mrs. T.. Jv Griffin Mrs. .Carrie i ( to above photo) ;
e 4 '. Riteh,'and Diiss Annie Darby : -
:; The Telegraph Takes Pride .!. ;.,\. Slater! BfiHar! Mae&lat Needles. 1

in announcing ." L,.. at penman. aid Mrs.Faraltim Joe. Austin-Je. of UDC. t SALEM MAPLE 5-DRAWER CHEST

Hammond. were weekend

that,.. we are now franchised dealers for the guests of"Dr.-and Airs_ ,R. S.. Mul7Kna. I

I To Match Above Bunk Beds
; famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines -- I :Mr and :Mrs. Wayne Eckela And! 95

C7 lop of. Willistoq were. weekend4 I Regular $36.95
guests Mr., 'and Mrs.. ,
of .
manual electric full
Cartoon: MOUNTAIN J HVKSTHURSDAY or -- keyboard or ten. -key. Snell. "' 'g'l j

Sheriff and lira P.. D.-Red
Ju & FRIDAY 8 1 It's the latest! i, and '.)ft and' 'Mrs 'Robert Green NOW ONLY
y7& 1 1i
, are; in Fort Lauderdale' attendingthe .(Similar toabpye
*.$Sheriffs convention.
; photo)
i '': :, ONLY $113' ." Mr. and Dire George Snell and l' .. .,. _
or- "
laughter will visit her mother. > '"
: plus 'ta ''' Mrs T. J. Corbett.. at

: .,, ...-. y.. dina.Mrs Beach John on Griffin Sunday.'of Fern&n-I I STUDENT DESK ADCHA1R SET IN WALNUT

r I (9, ".' ..:...... nee' 04.with: Lq her spending parents the:Mr.weekend and,l Regular $29.95

;. i ij iI 1 -1 Mrs.Harvey Fk F.'Turner Stump.left Wednesdayfor BOTH PIECES NOW ONLY f
I $'$10.95
I Burroughs Adding Air} Fong basic training at '
iI i I it Lackland/ AFB, San Antonio \
Machines Unconditionally Tccas.lira.. !
Ruby Cook spent Fridayto ,

1 ; The New I Guaranteed For One Full. her. Monday sons 'and: at Daytona their tamales,Beach! with ,These. .$o/e/ Prices Good Friday & Saturday Only"It's

'THRIFTLINE Year! MrsrLossie. ,Carter is spending
1 t NO- Fgekg With M{. and Mrs.
BURROUGHS HAND-OPERATED ." ,- Richard L. Carter at. Daytona A Fact You Can Do Better At"

......WARNER BRO. ..}I i ADDING MACHINES ,.' ,.' BeackMe. -
RarDWflON'MROISIEaEAUoited Net sort fcsfe! -, I and Mrs. B, T..Thomas and
EIM4ESTt Rf'.rrrxmeLaJmc i KorssaiaJaCfijtshrt! ul.sP.: p. Hines of Branford ,arcapfading DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
Sates ftoducfaws PidrueprpeglnronSnA I the weekend. InSerlth. the '

tdaetoaaoaaaaa; <
Thursday to .' "r
Cartoon: BOR f TO PECK Monday :
j TERMS TO RATED FIRMS attending the 24Uj annual!, Army :
: ; Evacuation Hospital reunion.. 'at 434 446 sj'est.c4iSL PJione, WO 4.321Stark.} FbrWaa
0' 1 II t&e WaQdrf-Asfona; *31 1 t*" : ; "-* |1"* &* .

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,THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1968 --.

I l r.. (, -- I Miss Paulk. Honored 7 I j Coke Party Given In 1 Sylvia Paulk?\. June come-home 20, at party the Don Monday Page evening home,

I It II At Miscellaneous Tea i,IMiss Sylvia Paulk's Honor I Honored At for the Ileeacs, with approximately -
I iI I II I BrunchMiss ;:;0 attending.
Sylvia Paulk popular i, Mrs. George Canova and ::dis.i I
z > Monday evening, June 27, Mr
bride-elect,, was honored at a i iiBi Levy Canova, Sr. entertained ata Sjl'.ia Paulk bride-elect, I and Mrs. Robert Green and Mr.
shower-tea Wednea-;: lovely Coca-Cola party lues lay
euaneous j
i Rowe
was the inspiration for a lovely and Mrs. Jimmy gave a
day afternoon::, June 22, at the morning at 10CO: oclock at the crunch given last Saturday morning barbecue supper for, the Reeses

Starke Woman's Club. | Kingsley Lake home of the latter ; at 10:30: o'clock in the Pecan : and 30 members of, the Adam
k Hostesses., for the affair were : honoring Miss Sylvia, hulk the Rowc's
Mooty i Room of the Garden Restaurant ) Green family at Crosby
v...". ..- .. -A ..U .. Mrs P. G.n los. Mrs. H. A. Law- bride-elect. giby Misses Judy Dankel. and Lake home.
J son, Mrs. F. S, Smith Mrs. J. F. i White summer: flowers In milk
= Elissa Stefanelli, and Mrs. Randy Sgt. and Mrs. Reese and familyare
Tallahassee WeddingOf Mrs. Irvan Covington ,..- Jaudon, Mrs. R. G. Green :Mrs. glass containers were used profusely Johns. staying with Seymour John-
J. T. Lawson Mrs. R. O. Dansby, !
Honored At ShowerMrs. throughout the party rooms
StubbinsCooperEvent The dining table held a center son AFB Goldsboro N. C.
Mrs M. .... Lawson, Mrs. N. S. i for the occasion. The dining room

Of SaturdayMiss Irvan Covingtcn. a recent r .. Dankel Mrs. F*.. Register Sr.. Mrs. | table was lovely with a lace trimmed drangeas arrangement and: of a garland large blue of greenery hy-- Elks NoticeThe
Eoline Smith: Mrs. E. Hutchinson yellow linen cloth and centered -
bride was the inspiration for a interspersed with smaller
Mary Rivers Stubbins, Mrs. K. Grider Mrs. Tyler of
z. with an arrangement
I NtLTLA clusters of the same hydrangeas,
Richard lovely miscellaneous shower giV-1 '-1. Jones Mrs. F. Register, Jr.,, Mrs. V the regular meeting of Starke
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I I gloriosa lilies. Flanking arrangement down the length of the
en in her honor last Thursday : ; Ewell Lodge 1802 BPOElks, scheduledfor
Patterson Stubbins of Tallahassee i : Adolph Gay, Mrs Lawson, were grapefruit deco- table. Bridal place cards markedthe
; formerly of Starke, and I I night from 8 till 9:30: p. m. The ri'1. and Mrs. J. J. Parker. rated with colored toothpicks! seating arrangement.The the first Mondav u July, has

Charles Lindsey Cooper son of i I home of Mrs. Randal F. Chittyon Mrs Felts greeted guests at holding hors d'ocuvres. } ilk glass 17 guests included Mrs. been postponed until Monday
Searing Street was the setting 1 the door and presented them to trays and compotes held party Dave Paulk and Mrs. Ervin An- July 11. All members are urgedto
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cooper of i the line of were seated on the
iI I receiving composed snacks. Guests attend at this time to discuss
for this delightful affair with drews of Gainesville, motlTer and
Tallahassee, were married in a. 7 Mrs. 'Dave Paulk mother of the porch overlooking the lake where important business
I sister of the honoree.
Mis. Eustis McKnight Mrs. Guy
candlelight ceremony performedat I bride-elect; the honoree. Miss Cokes were served. TV tables on
4 p. m. Saturday in the First Sale Mrs. Jack L. Trawick and ::""" '." Paulk; Mrs. P. D. Reddish mother the porch held wooden bowls The hostesses presented Miss CARD OF'THANKS
', ; Paulk with a personal gift a
Presbyterian Church Tallahassee. Mrs. Harold G. Snellen as co- ';" '".., of the bridegroom-elect and ;Miss centered with iced Coca-Cola bottles as
The Rev. R. Davis Thomas hostesses. Judy Dankel. The receiving line f holding mixed summer flow- memento of the occasion. We wish to express with grate-
.. ,
officiated ? d stood'-in front of the mantel in ful hearts our deepest appreci-
Greeting guests at the door was ,
A program ofupUa\ music Mrs. Chitty. who presented themto : the lounge; which held a tall arrangement I I ers.The 34 guosts included the wed- Reese Family HonoredAt ation for the cards, food flowers
Dr. Ramona of pink and lavender attendants and relatives of and expressions of sympathy during -
was played by the receiving line composed of ding Two ReunionsMSgt.
the illness and death of our
(' Beard, organist; Thomas Hall the honoree and her mother, ; r .' ..,,.., mums, gladioli and baby breath the bride-elect and hostesses.
beloved husband father H,
cousin of the bride violinist; and Mrs. L. H. Harper and: Mrs.;A. Y. ,- ", .1 I L. Johns. Mrs. 'L Johns and
Herman Gunter Jr., soloist. Covington mother of the bride- The 'auditorium of the club and Mrs.-Cora Marshburn of Keystone and family who returned to Starke i j ,
Mrs. Rivers Buford Jr.,was ma- I groom. was'decorated with pink and lavender ':I Heights assisted in serving. i on Monday, June 20, after three]I I I children.:

tron of honor, while bridesmaidswere Inviting the guests into the a.'.: } arrangements of mums I The hostesses presented the years tour of duty: in Hahn AFB I i mM M 9

Miss Beverly Delk of Be- party rooms was Mis. Sale. baby breath and gladioli placed honoree with a fibre glass ice Germany were honored at two I Cash, paid for good clean, cotton -
thune, S: C.; Miss Jean Sue Bru- The all pink living room was : at vantage points throughout. At I bucket as a memento of the oc family reunions recently.The j rags. No Khaki or, wooL

baker, Tallahassee; and Mrs. beautifully decorated for: the occasion -i '--- each corner of the auditorium I casion. Adam Green family gave I Brine to Bradford County Tele-

Charles Pulley in, Gainesville. ,with two large arrange- Miss Agnes Jean Parrish Weds Bobby SappIn were tall arrangements of pink a covered dish supper and wcJ- p-aph.
Miss' Kathryn Buford cousin of ments of pink gladioli large and lavender cat-tails and pink Births
the bride, was 'flower girl. pink mums pink roses and pink Pine Level Church Ceremony June I 10 magnolia boughs. Recent.

The attendants wore dresses of cat tails. Other smaller arrange- The tea table was overlaid witha Bradford County Hospital an-
white silk organza, fashionedwith ments of cut flowers, several pot- The Pine Level Baptist Churchwas in the back and full floor length handsome imported cutwork nounces the following births: SAYE qP

shallow scoop necklines and ted palms and large evergreen the setting for a beautiful I skirts. The flower girls were Car- cloth, over pink linen and centered Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wall ,
short sleeves. The bouffant skirts plants graced the room. wedding Friday evening June 10, olyn Parrish and Martha Jane with a pink lace umbrella at Starke a daughter Rebecca Annette -
were belted with white satin. Mrs McKnight invited the l Parrish sisters of the bride. All the base of which were showersof June 24. *"
at 7:30 o'clock which united in
They wore short veils of illusion I guests into the family: room : attendants were gowned alike, small pink mums and baby Mf and Mrs. Dick Smith .Clarke,
attached to silk roses and thdr where the tea table was covered marriage Agnes Jean Parrish of wore matching headpieces and breath tied with puffs of net and a daughter June 28. '
bouquets were of Happiness roses. with a handmade imported lace Lake Butler and Robert C. [Bobby canicd the same cascade arrange- lace. Flanking the arrangementwere '
The bride given in marriage by and linen tea cloth. Pouring ] Sapp of Staike. Rev. W. E. ments of pink frenched carna- two silver candelabra with In the sunro5p Uie gifts weredisplayed
her father wore a floorlengthgown punch at one end of the table Hall performed the ceremony. tions. The attendants gowns were burning pink tapers. on/ pink linen covered
of swiss silk organza with from the silver punch bowl was The bride is the daughter of designed,and made by Mrs. Park The two round punch tables tables. V1"
Schiffli embroidery, fashioned t the honoree's grandmother Mrs. Mr. and 'Mrs. Joel Parrish of Cheshier. were covered With white organdyover The hostesses presented Miss

with a basque waist and pouf elbow I Carl Prevatt. An arrangement of lake Butler and the groom is Dale Norman cousin of the pink linen floor length cloths. Paul/with' : the large platter' to I
sleeves. She wore a fingertip pink roses and pink hydrangeas the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. groom carried a heart-shaped pil- Around the silver punch (bowls )bfcf. chosen china pattern as a
mantilla of Brussels lace and car- placed in a silver and crystal Sapp of Starke. low edged with ruffles of silk or- were nosegays of pink mums tied* rememberance of the occasion.
ried a triangle arm bouquet of epergne was placed at the far end The church was lovely with ganza. with lace tulle and narrow sai Approximately 150 guests call-
white rosebuds and lilies-of-the of the table. Large silver trays pedestal baskets of white gladioli The bride, given in marriage by ribbons. Mrs. Grider any Airs. ed during the appointed hours

valley. and silver compotes held the mums, pompoms and baby breath ,her father chose for her weddinga I I Rowe presided at the punco, bowls. four to five-thirty o'clock. o pp St0 a
After a wedding trip to the small decorated pink cakes and against a background of mag- beautiful Chantilly lace gown ,'I"
(Smoky Mountains the couple will nuts. A large fan arrangementof nolia boughs and lighted white with a sweetheart neckline and / I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru Sat. July 2MFREE

'reside at 2026-3: Bernard Circle, pink gladioli, pink and white tapers.As long pointed sleeves. The gown I

Nashville Tenn. pom pours and bridal spray entwined the guests: assembled Mrs. featured panels of ruffles in front I
with pink-sprayed ivy was George Canova, organist rendered made of Chantilly lace and nylon I
PaulkReddishWedding placed jon the buffet. At the oth- nuptial music and I tulle. Her veil of pure silk French

Date Set er end of the room an arrange- ied Miss Sylvia accompan-j II Illusion was attached to a pearl G0.EFN tvu.ot T1OOV
ment:of large pink and white I who sang "Wedding Queen's crown. She carried a cascade -
Miss hybrid'zinnias: interspersed with 'Because.::; arrangement: of frenched
Sylvia Paulk, daughter of I I
cat tails was placed. I Wayne Sapp served his brotheras carnations and stephanotis cen-
Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Paulk, and :
Vernon The bride's gifts were placed' best man and the ushers were tered with a purple throated EMBARPASSING'HOUSEHOLD jj
Reddish son of Sheriff and GREEN STAMPS
on tables in the family room. Inviting Marvin Brown. Ed Brown Owen white orchid. Her only ornamentwas OF V
Mrs. P, D. Reddish will be unitedin
the guests to view the gifts i Alvarez, Meed Lewis Gerald a single strand'of pearls a BSSSSH BB SB I
marriage at 8 p.m. Saturday gift of the I Ir2 WITH THIS COUNPON AT YOUR
in the was Mrs Jack Trawick. Assisting Crosby, and Marklee Parrish. groom.
July 9. Madison Street
will with the gifts was Mrs. Drew Junior ushers were Bill Brown Mrs. Parrish selected for h rdaughter'6 .1 i NEAREST FRIENDLY WINNDIXI'EVoid
Baptist Church. reception
Reddish. and Jerry Whitehead. wedding a light blue After Limit One Coupon,To Adult With
follow at the Starke Woman'sClub. .
Serving as floor hostesses were frillS!!'Joann Parrish attendedher lace gown with white accessoriesand .. July 3rd A $5.00 or More Food Order
m '
several of the honoree's''Personal'friends siste as maid of 'honor in a a cattleya'orchid corsage? .1PESTS I IGqEN
No local l invite ons are being
including Misses Sally!I full length gown ,of light pink Mrs. Sapp. mother of the .
Issued, but all friends and rel- OgEtN fsnL
bridegroom was attired in toast
Sink. Beverly Chapman Linda pure silk organza over taffeta. In +v[ truoc
atives of the couple are invitedto brown antique silk gown with !
Hildebran Donna Trawick and tier hair she wore a scalloped 1 =
attend. Linda Kay Sale. crown with tiny bow .in back' matching: accessories,, comple- -I!!

The hostesses presented the made of silk organza and edged mented with a cattleya orchid. 11I.i.,, -
honoree with the sugar spoon with rose buds. She carried a I Immediately after the wedding FOR ASTOR COfFEEILb.

want to thank all my friends I and butter knife of her chosen cascade of pink frenched. carn- a reception was held in the educational : 4 TICKS 'I[
silver pattern as a memento of :ations. building of the church ,; CLOTHES MOr.. !
wto! were &o kind to me whileI the occasion. Serving as bridesmaids were which was decorated with arrangements 1. ROACHES 5" '

'was In the Bradford County Approximately 100 guests were Mrs. Owen Alvarez and Misses of white gladioli 2.. SPIDERS 6. J
invited to call between the appointed Margie Whitehead, Sandra Sue white pompoms, mums, and baby FLEAS -- Vac-Pak
Hospital especially the Hospital hours. Out of town guests Whitehead Virginia Parrish. breath. The bride's table was attractive OR LET US YOU! Limit one with ,

staff. included Mrs. Dorothy Murch, Sarah Gainey and Alice Parrish. with a white linen cloth ,_ CHECK ''T FORI $5.00 or more Food Order.

Mrs. Mertie LeClair Mrs. Marion They were attired in rose pink with a pink organdy ruffle. A I ,
four-tiered -
wedding cake centered
Daniels and Mrs. Frank Szorty- pure silk organza over taffeta
I ka of Green Cove Springs. gowns; featuring fitted bodices with the table which was embossed PAY
i 'O/"t1f'd DPt'k1ines en diner in a V with pink rosettes and topped V I I. THE I ;; \F 1Md4
with a miniature bride and ? -It YONNAISE'f
groom. Around ,the base of the :IT
cake was an arrangement of fern
." II'"lllil9\lq\ interspersed with pink carnation Me6V 'f

\ nosegays. Flanking the cake were I'

"...J ___ _.- silver candelabra holding burning Qt..Jar 39 J
.pink tapers. Silver compotes,held \ ANDHEMICALCa. Limit one with 'f
nuts and mints. PHONE \ $5.00 or more Food Order.

MERCHANTS Mrs. P. I.. Watterson greeted C .. J

1 00 guests at the door and presented WO 4.3965 '
hem to the receiving line rom- SUNNYLANDSMOKED t

GREEN STAMPS !, posed of the bridal party and the -- : I
mothers of the bride and groom. HAM
Mrs. Gilbert Brown cut the

With Purchase of $3.00 or More July 2, 1960-ONLY bride's cake and was assisted ,by TIJtJ'New Scripto .
Misses Linda Kaye and Barbara
AM mHBMVMMMMMBMMBB Ann Whitehead and Norma Jean I .

Parrish. Miss Jessie Parrish sister Business Line Ball Pens HALF..W
of the bride, kept the bride's I; Whole "
rook. Mrs. Fred Haislop and Miss Lb.
CIALSJUOLYS2NDcn Linda Norman presided at the and RefillsFOR
punch table. Assisting in serving :

and caring for the guests were r WeD "BRANDED" FLAVORFUL

..#1 .. _.... '1 I.... .. Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. BM. ALL BUSINESS WRITING
.. McRae, Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mrs-
... w- Austin Fender Mrs. Lucian Con- CHUCK ROASTV

ner and Mrs. Roscoe Bullington.
100 PINTHeavy After spending some time with only 25c eachREFILLABLE

1 n 5 CHAIN .. their guests the young couple left

WalgreenMINERAL m a wedding trip to Alberquerque -

SACCHARIN ASPIRIHTABLETS NewMexico. The bride chose Lb.49T V
for traveling a Navy blue taffeta

I OIL dress with white accessories and
TABLETS the orchid from her bridal bou-

Quet. After June 24 they will be FANCY
with Refills lOc
street, : ea.
at home at 2037 Myra

69C 19C 39 C Jacksonville.The GEORGIA PEACHES.5Lb24C
bride is a graduate of Un- BLUE
ion County High School class of i I
'58 and was employed at the BLACK

:= Florida State Prison. .
The groom graduated from BHSin RED .
'57 and:! Is employed bjr the
5 ville.Mechanical services, in Jackson. t.

- SPECIAL Out-of-town guests included: The most economical
Mrs: F. I.. Klicker of North Carolina -
Mr. and Mrs. O. Richards'and -fAMJLY! SIZE -
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver of writing ever devised.
Jacksonville Mrs. J. B. Levens of
Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence FRUIT PiES I'I'I

Pharmacy Robert Mr. and Mrs. Olen Par- :
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I
rish '
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wwn t>t TAke hitler. Mrs. J. D. J.P'e: 5 ?. 00 !
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"Your Wo/green/ Agency" ;.Odom of Live Oak Mrs. Nona BRADFORD COUNTY C.e.ry I [" ,I

# Dyer of Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Pea:'} I :;.
2 'Z., W Hamilton and Mr. RH.. ''I Ccc: rt !n) f
\ Green. Jr. and daughter Mary I
\ ." .3 Ella of Brooker.* and Miss Myrtle TELEGRAPH u,"- -- '--...-.-- --,-..-... '
{ Mikkelssen and Miss Lillian Mik- u- c'BRADFORD

kelssen of HUUard
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'R r t i .... ...............rn, 'Garden I II Waldo 5 to 4, and the Lions Club !"' -
Regains Form
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ditorial' IJ I farmer's ; It I In 3 Games I 1 lOtoU. I I
Diary GMliAl I{ l. ..! I In the two other games played I WILLIAMS
The the Lions Club swamped Company I
I -.- f t 4 ';. Garden Restaurant re-I
By Ham Me&rvty. C 18 to 8 and Camp Planding anj '
Airnilin :.McKlnnt-y :! turned; to form this week >jy win- ;
.; Company C played to a 13 all tie' JEWELRY
No Time For Smugness -t ping over Company C 12 to 2.i
I .. ; ; .
If f ff IffflflYf l f Y in a game called: on account of j
hand and it was transferred to
i 3 -.a . i time. |
It was more than a little'disturbing to come upon the use against the. .tbks.. j' Mr, and MJ$. Carl Wynn of';. 111 S. Hazel Thomas of Hamp-f I !! WATCHES DIAMONDS,
; Schedule for this week
recent statement of a midwest editor that he couldn't get r Starke were dinner gus s QI jfr.and. 1 tan was visiting her mother Mrs:;; : I REPAIRS

too excited over the Communist menace since he felt this According: to forecasts, there /1 4rs. John MeKinnsy Tuesday -Alice'' Starling Sunday: afternoon. !! Tues., July 5, 7 p.m., Lions j
I will fca a.good market for the cur [ !' & ": ;; *Mr. and Mrs. Bill vice and Club vs. Co. C.e' 9 p.m. Camp All Work Guarantee .
nation is strong enough to take care of itself what "
come rent of hogs and cattle, I i I! '
crop : Karley Starling! is jn the Vet faniCy of Birmingham, Ala. were ; BlandJig: vs. WaldorV- A. C. Williams '

may. I Quotations are still good as the eran's Hospital' in Lake City. :[iguests o? I hI+ !. and. M.s. J. W. Vice 1! Thurs. July 7, Camp Standing I ivs. i 142 W.:'Cafl Stl:,
Such sentiments are distressing enough when they come long-anticipated: slump has not
I Gloria McKinner>, is spending ;I| last weekend.air. Garden Restaurant at 7 p.m 1
from the "man in the street," but they are inexcusable yet: materialized: Also bright, accoidmg I Starke, Fla.ALVAREZ' .
thiee weeks in T mpa with her | and Mrs.. Felix Griffin and i and Waldo vs. the Lions Club at''
from ,one who is in a position to be well informed, and to How. about: our Bradford County to the experts, is the out sister, Mrs Bill Martin- [ children and Mrs- Albert Willis I Ii .

whom readers look for guidance. crop of tobacco this year! It ;' look for egg producers.. I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard: McKinney I|I are spending: a few days in North| 6 p m. |f ,"

is J. Hoover Federal is one of the best ever raised ,:j j j Carolina. t
.Kot 'so smug Edgar director of the Visited the horticultural: build and daughter Ann and Hiss I f ---'"

Bureau{ of Investigation who, in a recent letter to' all law here and: word of it has spread j,: ings at the Experiment Stationin ,?at Brown of Gainesville scent bit and Mrs. S. I* French of j j STORE Men's Clothlni11Im
much of the Florida
enforcement officials in the nation said: "It is an uncon- flue-cured through belt. i;j Gainesville and had one of I the' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i EinniJisham, Ala. spent the week J Established 1894SE II I
John McKinney. 'j with Mr. and Mrs.: J. W. Vice. 1
testable fact that our country, the symbol of the free world, eao i the workers there identify yau- 1

is the ultimate, priceless goal of International Communism.This One big question this year is pon holly for us. According to
him, the leaf is about
cannot be until the Red flag is flown over the U. S. the opening of the tobacco mar- i j an inch .
long, oval and the
shaped mar-
"If, for a moment," the FBI chief continues, "the grand- ket, and right now it appears : gin serrated and:! it does not have .,
is anyi i .
iose Red is scoffed at fantastic consider that that your guess as good as I >-
plan as being the barbed points which we usually '-' : .- .
one's. think it will be late
one-fourth of the land surface of the world! and onethirdof in July Some, but other who :j ) associate with holly. '. ,:. : :?;?, ,. ,:'r :,-:; .< >.
growers '
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the of the earth controlled the worldwide ; ": ,:..,. .:;- .r .. -, > "
peoples are now by .
are very late with their crops, < "'" ."-, "'! .....,''";k.\.._ ,
Communist bloc. favor 'opening the first week in Then we took a ride cut in the :: .J '"

country by New River and looked ..
*'. it is indeed appalling that some members of our August. '>.'..
'again: at the little holly trees .
society continue lo deplore and criticize those who stress the 1 which are called Christmas treesor .. : .a .: :- E
The recent heavy showers :/ .
Communist danger. What these misguided 'authorities' fail really broke the drought .which : Senie berry trees. We still ..... : .

to realize is that the Communist Party, USA is an integral had nearly ruined the field corn I haven't solved the real name' .for -' y't

part of International;Communism. As the world-wide menace crop in this area, particularly the I this holly, but we'll keep on until ,,'"

becomes more powerful the various Communist parties assume plantings on high land. 11 we do. .

a more dangerous and sinister role in the countriesin I,
Alice was delighted this week
which they are entrenched. 'Public indifference to thisthreat' And speaking of corn, you :iill with the bloom of a rose jasmine

is tantamount to national suicide. should see the crop that is growing i! given her by Sam's mother: [who '

et lbp'gy I.ea4s only to disaster. The Communists have in the ditch along US-301 visited with us for the past two
north of Lawtey. A truck spilled
a saYage'pfari of liquidation for-3: vanquished America some all along that route a while weeks.] Alice also has a fine F SHMENT

nder Communist domination in America, the first ago, and now there's a pretty Parkinonia, or Crown of Thorns, '

campaign of liquidation. would engulf the )lawyers; champ good' stand of it, and in some which has a graceful form and .

ions !!4 f due process of law:; newspapermen, whose ageless t places 'it's starting 01. to tassel out. I I!|!;I, little yellow! floa* .ers.* ,

fight, for freedom of expression; v:oldlave, \ no place under i i }. ;
Sq :ges of our old water pump.: i!j Ever see an Ashe Chinquapin? 1
total' ;) law enforcement officers, guardians! ofindividual I. ; h
Jtarianism:1 !
Finne'gan.1 This week we had our :; We found one growing at an oldi Vj DE =
rights* ; governmental( l \leaders, local state andnational .. Ii m
first trouble with our new pump, |i homestead and wondered what it t .. '" .'. ..i".,' .
; and everyone\ falling into the 'capitalist' category. i after running fln Jor nearly two';; was.: Checked the leaves and; : '!'ii' .

Occupations If and i professions: which the Communists term I vf ars. Got a new air,volume control :: ,i i found its proper name [we ? ,ys '

'useJ ss and parasitic' would: be abolished the list of for it trade ot' plastic, so !!think] and that it is a second : t ",

purRing is enjIles&. N? citizen woulfl! escape some form of at least you can see hal'$g happening i iccusin: to the chestnut. The nuti : 'FOR ,, ,

suffering un era, Comrmmis> regime., One need but tocompare inside, put it on'thei i i is supposed to be prized as a food. THE 4th .. .
pump and right now it seems i lei: / ..
his o'Yn. wo/th, big own ideals, his own religious
: be working all right again. Aren't the bugs and: insects _
beliefs'with the athejstic doctrines of Communism to de- 1 havfng\ a field day for themselves .. '
term ate his priority on the list of liquidation\ ." It's time to set out sweet Potato now? We had some hollyhocks -- :'-

Z\t.! Hoover concludes; "The defense of the cherished; vines and .if the daily showers and rignfc now we're having a big ,

freedoms; secured and handed down to us by our forefathers hold up for awhile, the grow- ;>: battle with a green worm. lIe r_ .

is th "; res'o nubility of each American Knowledge of theenemi TS will get a break and a goqd and aunts his sisters and cousins and ..# .' .-." '_... .:,'":, '.,':"., .,_"'.:..:i'.c;, .';. "_,t: .'..' 7 ,
alertness to the danger, and every-day patriotismare 'itand.'t I are determined to the .
hollyhocks: \\' 're determinedto .
build impregnable I aid} .
and mortar with which we can an -
brick "
the : The outbreak of cattle ticks in have some flowers. Best way .

fortress Against Communism. Only the intelligent Martin and: Palm Beach countiesis I we've icons:! to control them is j .' :' :3

{Efforts of all Americans can prevent the. decay of public i receiving: ;; prcmpt treatment by ;i :.o put them on a flat surface .J! .;j!",. >>;_'<: ':."", .

apathy f oni l laying, open our Nation: to the Red menace." | the authorities. Fortunately, some i ;n3: ,L2ni:! drop a brick 'on them.It I .;\;... .'. ;, ;' _. .:; ....._
money alloted for the campaign I t" : .' 1"l ....
j may not be scientific, but it ..oi>'1"' .
_. '- z 'fiO'J'oIWII
J I against screw-worm' was still on ;;kills them awfully: qe td:\ J rZ .:i ,. I S.,

Monday}: we will celebrate\ 'an.9t tiler anniversary of the }!i I : : /" r

signing of the Declaration of J Independence pf our Nation.: -,:.'-' .,. ..

Sometfhere between ..the.. hQt\<;\ 4ozs, and the fireworks, and\ I I, Tobacco Loan Rates I Services Held For t" : -.' > ,:.. ,

the fishing trip.t \and. tj\e sunbathing, gee squldak!\ : a fiveminul&break Announced By USDAi SPfm ce. InFanf"t Juesday i i.. 1 ;

for ,serious contemplation :
Hooter. is trying to'jet over to( :3s. On this Fourth of July, ,. A schedule of loan rates by ,Funeral services for little.. John :...' ,.,, t, ,', t'
< ,
that The defense of the' cherished free- grades for J9CO cop flue-c red I z :... .!!>..-<>' .-..... .. .r li ,
ug'rememb Rodney ,
let r : tobacco hTas been I Spence; infant son of Mr. = ,
announced by ;, ".
doms secured:; ,and handed down to us by our forefathers | the U. S.: Department of Ag1\cul- I and){rs. John H. Spence of 6126 I -- lr C ,
Sabre Drive, Jacksonville ._... f
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is the' re spong ih%,ity.or each American, ; ture. were i
i held in Conner Cemetery at ,3 ;
E The loan rates by grades for -
: T-. n. Tuesday with #Rev. Alton < .. -
t j the!! I960 crop are the same as the ; ; -

f 1S59!: crop and IT fleet an Stephens, pastor of Bayless High- '

Me |hlg Held' .B,. Y ; ice Riders price support lvel of 5o.5 average cents way Baptist Church\ officiating.. ,. ...._- (

Directors Of f, '" -i \ ler pound- Under provisions 9f Besides his parents*, the infantis

Cautioned By -!legislation approved earlier this survived by two half sisters, ,
TB Association I Misses Linda and Diane
3fear, price suppor't for the 196p : Spence

Police of flue-cured !, Starke, two' half brothers. Billy ... -
Cr\ief crop tobacco is fixed ----
: \ t aC y
The Board of Directors of the at the same level as for the ; and Ricky Spence, also of :Starke; I

Bradford County TB & Health 1959 crop. his maternal grandparents: 'Mr. ,
Association met Tuesday, June 38. Bike.\ riders ale aarued ro; exercise II and "{rs. O. E. Crosby nhe State r _
As in past l ir
years growers .will
caution and observe Traffic -
at the Garden Restaurant to / v
Farm ,
offer their tobacco at auction ; paternal grandparents, Mr. ,
make plans forthe August visit rules; during the heavily markets in the usual manner and |I and Mrs. J, A.- Spence of Starfce; :,
of a Mobile X-Ray Unit. I traveled three day Fourth of July
and his grandparents
price support will be made avail i great ,
The Directors changed the !holiday":! by'. "Police" Chief. Rile'ySweat. ,. able to eligible| producers througl, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns, .... ,. _
:0 :
0' : io Oi t' .
name of the organization from Butler.1 '' .o i ,0 er.i .p : 1: oo.
; Lake
I f the Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative -
the Bradford County TB & .Chief Swept nqted. .. .tfiat all l Seashole Funeral Home of Jacksonville 5 / t'to
Coporation. An
Health Assn. to the Tuberculosis through streets would be heavily 'I
eligible producer is one for whom | was in charge of arrange- --.
and >Health Committee of Brad traveled.and .ttr ed all cyclists .to: ments. .
a "Within-Quota" marketing card
ford County. confine ''their cycling to less I <{
has been issued under applicable ,
b\\rs. Mack Futch was appoint crowded secondary streets and : / ""
marketing quota regulations-
ed chairman of the Publicity I roads during the peak traffic '
The lians will be made the
on {
Committee for the XRay'Unit .hours -
visit. She will contact people inj;j The local police. official stathaf basis ,of Official (Standard! Gradesat iliiii } I Iii
a specified rate for each grade.
each area of the county where bike rising: has grown in % "
I In accordance with the Department's
the unit will be to help with registration popularity in recent years, and I
announcement Nov. 23,
of people having chest stressed the necessity of heedingall X+UfMmyowuFrE6' .
1959, 1960 crop flue-cured tobacco I
x-rays,,,, 'I traffic rules and regulations on Arab
of Coker 139, Coker 140, and
Bin .aoto is in charge of announcing .the dart of cyclists."A'bikets rJ
Dixie Bright 244 varieties will; a- J .--DO.IT TERMITE CONTROL; .' ,
when the unit will be a vehicle he said
gain be supported at onehalfthe SAVE SlOO .r taara. Ea
in each. area. He111 also put "and as such it is required to I ;a. to plants. hoftMionolly>y to DM.prayta KU
rates for comparable
circulars !in grocery stores announcing obey all traffic rules, .and regulations. 'eOII Pfoltction. Get FREE folder lit i
I \I' grades of other varieties. ywr iBiniMr lud. Thowind* BM t it.
the schedule of the unit .
Copies of the loan schedule t :
Fred Lancaster,program director I He said that rid. rs.should wear Starke Builders Supply i
may be obtained from the Tobacco :
for the Florida Tuberculosis ls !j light;colored ;clothing at night 219 R Washington ;/-
Division. Commodity Stabilization

and Health Association in, Jacksonville }I equip their bikes with the proper Starke Fla. .
Service Room 4749, South .
met*' with the group. He I signalling -and! Jj&Mgff\! l .emtora&nt \i Building. U. S. Department of "..
outlined FTHA's new brakes
policiesand and be -their
Agriculture. Washington 25, D. C.
submitted a new contrac'twhich .are'. In. good... 'operating. ... conditiozi.Chief .
was sighed by the Committee Sweat reminds bike .- ,"

eohcernirig the sale of Christ- riders that. the. suminer is their 'The Mountain Road'At .

mas Seals for next December. I most intensive period of activity Florida Theatre t-

I and urges all bike owners to be J o >
Sunday And MondayJames '
Ne\y Insurance sure their two-wheelers are in r. ;
'! ,:" 1
good mechani a. condition. Stewart A 4 }j1. '
Representative plays a tough i .
The ChieJ also includes 12 rules .
Army major in "The Mountain t "

In County Now i t bike riders should observe tall Road" Sunday and Monday, July r; r ,

times: Observe !all .traffic! rag 3-4. at the Florida Theatre. .p "
Metropolitan Life Insurance : .. .. : .
ulatipns. signs and:! !lightS.: Keep The major falls in love with a r M --
Company has, appointed R. '"to the right and ride in a single beautiful Chinese widow while f .

;Marshall Strickland as I Its repre- tile; For- night .riding have a ,ft,htina the Japanese in World ; a i
sentative in Bradford "
County, headlight and reflector onhe :War H in China. '.l
Strickland has seven : .:;::.
years experience cloth{ ,
rear and wear light colored Linda Lu co-stars with Stewartas
In the "' "
underwriting of J"1 .
ing. the Chinese widow. 'The Moun- ,. :
life, retirement, pension, ;>
group Have a workable horn or bell. *<.in Road" also brings Glenn T ';.
mortgage cancellation, business
life 'accident' =I Watch for cars pulling into traffic Corbett, a rising star, and Henry i.,".""", .
and sickness, and --
I end be cardul'of open doorson Harry) Morgan to the screen.The f "You could buy your own paper .
non-c ncel able hospitalization insurance
; automobiles. Never movie is tf loon from r.
'to offer residents of the parked' \ produced by WIlliam you'd get a
hitch on JDther vehicles f don't Goetz. who made "Sayonara." .
county.. stunt LOCAL FINANCE CO. !.U.S.FAT.OFF.HAS .
or race in traffic- Carry no i !
Inquiries about Insurance plans Even a cynic appreciates the value
passengers or objects which interfere -
may be mailed to Metropolitan intersections. Always use proper of a loan when it is
with vision or control of the I desperately
Life Insurance Company, Box hand signals for turning and
bike. I needed Our service is prompt, MORE FOR YOU
I stopping. Ride in
1123 Starke iris, a straight line;
"Stop look and listen" at all AO not i i personal and COD'en1ent.t .
swerve or weave. Avoid t
I "Mewalk riding, give pedestrians I

j, he right of way. i ,



8 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WKEKIT WCWfr.APER Sunday School. 10 a. m. Moran r l l li ,

,)"' PrBUSHfcD, CONTINOCSttCCP > ? Worship, 11 a. m. Training ;'f;.:
*& TH= 8ASOE MA8THKAO. Hnlon 6:30 p.- Folded under authority! of.The Coca; :Cola Company by .
: m. Evening Ser-
'h'U" ,
IN Eu n.;. ..* Eatn" M >_ a*.. tUttet i t .
8 .r.rt t?r.a nr eeuou oewn. me.ow:.r. + '
tie ice w u n w..a
p. m. Prayer each
Oitlca attarts. FIa. aNrt Aet .( .... S.t 18h.po Meeting

-- .. Wednesday. 8 P, m..Everyone gel STARKE COCA-,COLA .BOTTLING I ,COMPANYPA
J coine.-Rev. R. L. Lee pastor. "



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1-I w in First three FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,

.. s
/Y f .
QutOt four Morning Worship At 11 :00 A.)"
Yr s ,. Services At 8:00 P.M. '
; i .z4 The Junior American Legionscballcrs Evening ; '

t j t ...:. Have S. fUd: 0.11r.n: I ,
1 '
112 uiiu! loot- by winning tiattt' Guest Speaker '
their first lour games.

F1tI r A strong Johnson, a tawn lo-l REV. W. B. McCRARYFrom ,'

; S atcd ab'jut 25; miles north biilver :

: r' { Springs, ed; d Slarfce 4 io Wchka, Florida
t last fmay, June 24. Ine local ,
:a p''t" .....-, __ _
xMike oys lei: 2 to 1 going into the t J r -

ast inning; when the Johnson '

cam tied the score, and they
y I
vent ahead by two runs in an

R'E xtra inning to take the game. 'j HOMECOMING32nd
Starke got into the winning

lo'-tlvvire! is teaching this group of children how to olumn by taking two games !

'> > r;s r g' --n.y M byf pleat plastic ropes which can be Used as key chains or neck- rom Waldo Tuesday and JVedlestiay -
Af. June 28 and 29 | Anniversary
Marshall Starling threw a one-!

litter in the first game to shut 'I.Valdo

out 11 to 0. lIe fannedj,
sven while walking only three, f I PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
1 ter. A Staikc toUected their 11 runs' !I

y f rr >n seven hits and: nine walks. !
itcher Starling helped his own''

,. i :ause by going two for two at ;
!tie plate Bill Jackson had two I CHURCH'

its in three tries and GarrjCouba
.ii T11 had one double in two I r

r wiu1 .mes up. Mike Lallee, and DonLid -
Y Falcon had one hit in two'' EDDIE MURRHEE, Former Member
3x rtes. -

Flag raking opens each daj's play at the Pratt :Mike Goldwire are shown conducting the ser- In Wednesday's game which Will I Speak At The 11:00 a.m., Services

Strjeet 'Playground. Margaret Rose Duncan and vice vasplayed in Waldo, Starke I f MOHmMHBI BHBaMMBBi MKaMBBBBl. ,
omped to 'a.132in. behind thVj;
.. itching of Donald Falcon. Fal t Special Afternoon Services

I: All l :cn gave up the two runs on two .:
It's In A
DaysEach Play y_ & __ comers by Bill Jarvis Waldo first I .. Speakers Will Be -
oasemanHe walked only two :
day at the Pratt Street -: hr while allowing six hits. j i .II Former Member Of Pine Level1

Playground children can be seen Marshall Starling led in the I
arid 'heard' \ busily playing; and r ting department for the'llocal Baptist Church Who Are Now .

taking part in the many games 1I w joys with two round. .-thppets i ip Pastors of Other Church
and activities offered by the Recreation hree times at tat. Bill Jacksono

Department Renei Moore Konnie Newman' Tommy Newman t id Jimmy homered for Starke as he i 1--

All activities are supervised tinder 4t Moore are taking target practice with BB guns under the: ;ollected ..one hit ,in three:, times |
q _
the direction of Recreation 1'M :p. Garry Kouba collected twos !i BASKET DINNERS
watchful of the playground director.
Director\ 'Bob Bcnner, who is as- .ng in four times at bat and ;,

fitted f by Margaret Rose Duncan ,4'" -M"..t 'St '. lohn Williams had one hit in j I
and Mike Goldwire. .! ." .Im. 4. ,)I,. wo tiles. Mike Frick and Billy'; E R V E D AT 1 P.f.i
,The playground is open to all r as anford each went for one. i

children seven to 13 years of age. OUTS \ : One game with Keystone I.I | ., '

$ach.'day'b: play begins with a AMERIQ L ights on Monday. June .27. \\a$1: ; J
flag raising at 930; in the mom- rNr = 'aincd out. It will be made. up I EVER.YONESVELCOMEV.t
ins. The c: children i salute the nag + < -. 1 }i iT ix vth} a double header hero on the j

as it is raised. to the .top of the IHS diamond next Tuesday, July ;, ., b. ... _

'. at 2:30: p. m. j' _. .LI ...
pole.The yr r
children; play various

games each morning. Games in Fla. Pest. Control, j I

chosen which by all the can playground;participate\ directors are- r. Takes Two Games j I II

Rifle\ p'r.acUcp; with BB !y I In Midget League !! tk\
\ r < 6it'
guns is also hell each morning. .g T I F9ht-! u \
The morning's activity ends: at F t Floiida Pest: Control, won. two ;I IJu.
11:30: a. in, 1 J' I .* taI a this week's round |
Pja stalls .atain with story of Midget League baseball games. { .,
felling.. at< 239; in the afternoonand 1. The Pest Control topped Johns : ...) ; : $ :
lasts until IT 15 p. m. The :tom; ._a, 4 Oil 9 to 7 behind the wLa.iinjji \ :. "h' A ZS; : ....
... '\ t : '
childicn alsi: Vy wore: game? ;,as pitching of Ronnie Tomlinson and : ., .,
I .. < ., ..
t ] "
and in and two doubles each Steve Tilley .fBUY"'f"
:: archery by
ir.4: i".' A".A* r each afternoon. and Greg R ddiSh. Emmett"''Ak- 'N"'ew',. .,. 'tt:::;".'", : :f.f11.......$..,...t...:. ,; ,, .
of Is Mike -1. u <' ...'..::.-'.<" "':<'(it'H7. .: <'.''-r... .
Supervised\ play Is also offered Flying ttrough the air with the greatest ease ridge, Jimmy Godwin, Frank : _."OW"" _. .I'>>;'jc "
each vttr i night from 6:30 until Hitchcock c.:} he turns flips on trampoline.. Goolsby, Freddie Siemer and Tomiinson .I REMINGTON RA D.1Plfiahb' :

8 p. m. and equipment may be .. all had singles for the \f in-
checked 0 It. Movies are shown ners. j jLalP I
r i each Ties! 'iy night at 730.: Tennis Cr-(I"-.", Jeff Warren anti .

,.and, trampoline: Instruction is Scotty Rhoden, hit safely for the
1 also olfrr*. The former for stu ,)il' team. ,! '
L dents on :Monday: nights and for t11:1:1 1 The Peat., Control, also edged !! ADDINGMA WE

adylt "'' Tuesday nishts. R4- out the Starke Builders 13 to 11. j, ....
Family Night is held each Friday k. .Frank Goolsby with a triple anda .'!.
night with tith children's 4 single and Steve Tilley with. a t )
pnijl; jirtiiu ct'ritips' \ \ offered. At double an4 a single led the attack -
J These into the camera as they \\eii caught
each Family Night two young- : youngsters gaze ;" i tf for tlje} Pest Control. i _' '/
a selected Mr. and Miss playing on the monkey bars at the playground. and ,/
sier are as : Barry Smith! with. a.single "-
Playground: of the Week and asJXfial .. 3 a tppie. and. Richard Wainwright i
t event for the children is *- with a double and a single led I

alsj> held. ): a the Builder's Supply attack. I i EASt

'he honor of being named Mr. Harvey Geger Wins Gold Rush The Starke, Builders got: into'' rE
or Miss Playground is ,gIven to a the winning column. by soundly} ; .s ; s

boy >and girl\ who have .shown trouncing\ Johns Oil, 90 5. Randy I Ilk

good sportsmanship, active participation Last Joiner ha'1 a single. double, and I L':9: a 9
At Family fridayHarvey
and cooperation in play- triple to lead the Builders Sup-,

ground activities with leaders and The (cranes chase the crows as these children: bum some of ply and Charles Howell had "i i r 3a

playmates.The Gieger found the most blowing contest !at 7:30.: A prize their never-ending energy. single) and double. !Richard j;
special event every Fridayis Wainwright, Wayne Chitty, Barry J
will be awarded for the. largest .
gold to win first. prize in the ..
an activity in which all the | bubble blown. Smith Steve Prevatt and Larry
children may enter: A prize: Is "Gold Rush"., held at the Pratt .. '!!i" if" ':. ...kfI' j
A Box Hockey Tournament is Kin ell rnd hits for the 1nners'l 1STwoaa
offered for the winner of the Street Playground last Friday K ., ; JJc : David Silcqx led .the j1
being featured this week on the
t event. Last week for instance a ., J. \. I
night, June 2.1, 'I br "' .
I playground.: Throughout next weeka <'f" -::: ; c" :at thft matewitty"" ; t :'q.J;} : i "
"Cold Rush" held in which ;;;: '
: the
The son of-Mr. and Hrs.-Homer : Schedule for toming.weeK:
horse shoe pitching contest will I' .: { $ 'ItJ1tn uvOCd. f
most -1 I II
the one the who prize.found This the week goldiron the I Lee Gieger, Harvey a lO-years- i I be held. k--:; ,; ",. -" -;- I Wed.., July 6. 4 pm.: Johns Oil ASTKT IfGKttf IT$ $tmNUST&"
"" Florida Pest .Control 5J5 i iI
event will be a bubble; blowing: old. I Other playground kcttvities this ; $:; : vs.; : Builder's Supply; vs. Com in or coil for .a hoe .4 94
contest: with the prize going toj I Selected as >:r. ana Miss Play- f week were a sprinkler party tjt-1!? I I p.m.Community Stance State Baank.Thurs. .
of the Week for last week
ground afternoon :
Wednesday. to which
the, youngster who blows the : ,.
7 5:15: Johns
I July p.m.
were Patsy ilitchock 9, daughter ; : ; I
largest bubble. all the children wore; .theybath- :' .. ,, State
of Jlr. and Mrs. J, E. Hitchcockof i" ; ; Oil Co. vs. Cgnin unity :
suits. The children
Various: field trips will.be j lan- ing also had a ; j / I Bank. II
neoj tyr the children during: the the State Farm and Eugene"dutch" I' card hunt during me week. Four ,: I
Barton. 14. son of Mr. teams competed to find the four "
summer, Next wek they willvisit "
the; Coca-C41 Fiat{ :.. and Mrs.' J. C. Barton, Rt. 1, suits of cards. Each team. represented :- "'rJ" ;U(. Mark's Episcopal} NEVV !

Various tournaments in different Starke. '. .. one suit of cards. The _____ BeY. tts.ny.ad f;. MaeB4fi1 t! .
.sports will be held each week. The special event for Family team finding its complete suit of 'a.m
Ronnie Kirkland has just sent an arrow on its to the Sunday Services 9:45 .
Ths| week's contest box hockey Night this week will be a bubble cards first won the game:!
tnutnament. .r"" t __ target as Linda Strickland looks on at archery practice Church School; 11:00 a.m.. Morntog' -
-"': << ;Prayer and Sermon.. \ -2--.
Property Sales 59.000 rt-Q' }.' Benjamin Suslow Starke. to A- I meet at 10 a.m. in Fellowship Holy' Commuiiofl-Firrt Bun %% '
Lloyd F. Kussmaul to Thomas: doJph Gay Starke. parcel or land Hall with Mrs. Alice Andersonand ; r1t I day 11:00 am. Tbird Sunday

Total $9 ,60Q J Corbett Lawtey 30 acres.. of' $4.150. Mrs. Charley Johns as hostesses :30 a.m. U -
l t| Wednesday-7:00 p.m., Choir L
land, 2700. Delle Dowling, Jacksonville, to ; I -
j June property transactions in William; F. LaMorte. New York James D. Legman Starke Wednesday: Circle No. 3ill S Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany any
a lot '
: Bradford County totaled 95600. to Georgia Jenkins and AnnieMae 2200. I meet at 10 ajn at the home of Bible Study.y i rY
All property sales are recordedin Moody both of Starke a meet-
Mrs Gil Newcomb. Prayer AIR PARK .\YrisT CHURCH
the Bradford
County Clerk's residence. $4.000. I' tax and: Bible Study is at 8 p.m. II
office, Prices are figured from Barclay Development Company, Church Thursday: Prayer group meet Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning I J VIJ -
documentary affixed to I Worship 11 i. m. Tramiflg ,
stamps to M. Ritch.I II
Jacksonville Jimmy ActivitiesSchedule
ing, 9 ajn.; Chancel Choir rehearse ..... .
the .deeds. J Union 6:45: p. m. Evening y
Heights, residence in J -
I I War-j .I '"
Only transactions valued at Keystone Club Estates, $12.500. I I of the Methodist- Circle No. 2 has postponed their ship. 8:00 >g. m..j week ..............

$1.000 or over are noted here. Barclay Development Company I Church for the week of July 2 is: July meeting until Monday July Service Wednesday 7:39 P. m. i /', ........ ..--.1... 'of
Barclay: Development-Company, Jacksonville to August i iKellman I II 1 1I '.... .'f'.
\Sunday: Church School for an t II. The meeting will be held in1 .' Everyone welcomt. / / :
Jacksonville, to James W. Van Keystone Heights residence -,i I ages 9:45: anu; morning worship !'I Fellowship Hall at '3 p.m. with .' "$ ,.. > ./
1 Burk'. rk. Keystone 'Heights residence in Keystone Club Estates, 11 a.m. Junior Churchill beheld Galax.i
Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. ) X9TICE DENTAL PATIENTSAll SMITH-CORONA .e.Neva .
1 In' '
Keystone. Club Estates.
Colonel .
10500. Livingston ,
i again beginning this Sun- Eula Whignanv as hostesses. .
8800. Wiley Williamson, Hampton, to day .for children of 1-3 grades i Assumes Command of patients needing free 'deatal n ,* potable tike: til! Never a portable so new in style .

Laura E. Sullivan. New Philadelnhjs -,, Deimar Williamson, Hampton, a I during the morning worship hour.A I, Fairbanks Revival work done for the State Board I new in speed new in spirit! A dream to look, at .-,, ._a..
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g George .B .Simpson j I -
lot. 2500. -
nursery is provided at both Quartermaster Examiners July 11 & 12, please delight to use. See it today'
$7,500 residence, J. S. Meads, Jacksonville, to I.morning and evening services each To Be Conducted By contact Dr. White for examination -
R. D, Roberts, Dade City, to Wiley Williamson two. parcels of t Sunday for infants. The serviceis Gay C:: Livingston Jrf of Key- at nls ham'e'eyenings?" Cofr '' '
Charles E. Baldree of Reverend ConwayRev. FREE:. .
12-5 acres Terms To Suit
land, 3000. I broadcast over radio station stone Heights, a lieutenant. colonel ner Palipetto, and ,Oriole J St. iniAdr.i j
land. $1,600.Ruby J. W. Burke Jacksonville to Ii t I t-I\'t\! ait Cere a yawlbt -
WRGR each Sunday morning. Lacy Conway will conductrevival << in the. Army Reserve ha .Tftf\IoUf iealihts. IPn.
\ Clarke. Starke to Palmer Robert H Bergeron Jacksonville $.t3.9S Your Conveniences
Monday: Intermediate M. Y. services at the Fairbanks-I assumed :;.command of the 498th ,. -.
1 Williams, Starke. a, lot, $1,600- a parcel of land 1500. F.I !. < ',: .p"t 1 j VkWE trpug! couri.+ '
George W. Davis Brooker to Henry H. Hein Tampa to Benjamin Camp begins and runs through Baptist Church seven miles Quartermaster Battalion- of Jacksonville. Medal, ar4he Wortii. < parrVictory : h. .-

Donald Stokes. home in Brooker. Suslow. Starke. lot in Law Friday, July 8, at the Methodist I south of Gainesville from July '?, .. Medai. A t
$4. OO-: I tey 2000. Youth Camp in Leesburg. The 3 through July 13- Livingston ,is; a jeteran 'ot 18 The 439ti). has recently, received j ji

David W: Moore Jacksonville Bessie L. Faxon. Starke to Le- church pastor Rev. H, O. Boyette! The Youth Program will beginat year cfI1ilitary: service;. He entered the yEW Outstanding Army jle i

to Harold.-B. Wilt. Jacksonville. Roy Tpmlinson Starke, a residence is on the staff there for the' week' 1 p.m. each night, song services thservice as an_ gniiste4man !.rv'''->>mt AjMd.fir thk fitaie.it! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHt
home, in Lawtey $7.500 $4.600.Catherine icf i July 2 and will furnish transportation I'I'i at 7:30: and: the preachingat and has risen to his present the VFW Convention in Orlando

William C. Johnson. Starke. to H, Cooper, Jacksonville -I for those who have 8 p. m. R?v. R. R. Carlton is ilif\Th' ?COlonel has .been a- June 10.Livingston. .

pleiin C. 'Conner. Starkt home I "to Bennett C. Clanton. Jr.. reisteri'dto) attend !'I the regular pastor ot the church 1 100 warded: the, Legion of Merit. AStir is employed as pur-

to: Oreen Qaks Subdivision, Jacksonville, a .lot $2,0Q0, .I TueMay: Circle tfo, 1 will c n Pccn M aI, IDlE ;:hasin; agent for' WQQ ",- ___ .. ..__. .flJ7V iiliJ.I: "'iW'I' r ..r1 U.l-- 1P11


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County of Bradford, State of names in which it was. assessed are
Fla. Boat Shield/ I Building Permits ida. Flor-j as follows: V
To Jax 1 I Field Trip .iiPBs such certificate or Certificate of
Total Only $14,995 ficates shall be redeemed 1958. V
Co. Seen Added II Taken By StudentsThe Ing to law the property described Description"-Property Com. at
Since May 23 in such certmcate or certificates NE Cor edSW11 filii SO:: ft for _
: will be sold to the highest bidderat FUf. C To Plastic Bradford County Summer I the courthouse dour on the first 100 ft to FOB in See. 13, T. S S. _
Corp.The Residential: and ccmmercial I Program for school children is .uoucuy u Month of August I960 RoUE.
... I II building construction in Starke pw- I I which is the 1 day of August 1960.Dited Name in which: assessed Paul
i I to the Jacksonville *
VVVVrTz I planning a trip this JS day of June, 1 .0.OFFICIAL Hottman.
Commercial Plastics &j I has 'totaled only $14,995 since zoo Friday, July I for those ( SEAL) All of said property ,being in the

Supply Corporation of New York. May 23. according to building students who are registered and Charles Court A. Daroy of Bradford, Clerk County of Circuit -, County ida.. of Bradford State. of Flor __ __ __

.which has branch offices in five t permits filed in the City .. participating in some phase of }'!orida. 6SO; 4t 721; Unless such .certificate VV or ''Certi
large cities including Philadelphia -I office. cek'I' ficates shall be redemed according _
: I the program. Supervisor Larry IV tire of Application, for Tax Deed to law the property described in
; and Atlanta, is considering Cty Clerk Merrill Gibson announced. See. 18-1.16. FJ. such certificate or certificates, will _
.adding the Florida Boatshield I theorized that everyone building I Notice is hereby given that T. J. be sold to the highest at the _
Transportation will be providedfree court house. door on the first Monday
Alderman the holder of the following
[Company on Temple Avenue to houses is not applying for a per- j Month of
by school buses and summer certificates has filed said cer- in. August, 1960. ___
its chain of offices. H. A. Bishop]1 mit to do so. teachers will supervisethe tificates for a tax deed to be issued which is the 1 day'nf :August 11(0. _____
program thereon. The certificate numbers Dated this 3 day of June I960. __
-Jr.. chairman of the Industrial Only five permits for major __
trip. Students will be notified and years of issuance the description (SEAL)
:Development Committee of the I II ronstiuction or repair work have when they will be picked up. Busses of the property, and the namsin Charles A. Darby _
(Chamber of Commerce announ-I I been filed since May 23. These which it was assessed are as Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
; will return to Starke about follows: ford County Florida.
;(;(d. :are: Certificate Xo. 45.: 6/e 4t 73l| _
The company sent a represent-I I Paul Hutching North Thompson 2:30 p.m.Certain. Year of Issuance: 1958. _

ative, Mort French to i St., remodel home and add rides, such as the ferris ofLot3ofBik15inLT&CosSD.Description of Property: E 38 ft Craaty la The Florida CtrrBit fBtt la ChaBeery Of Bradford

i Inspect the warehouse. French 1 I two rooms. $3.900. I : wheel and train will also be pro- Cue No. 12-891
; Name In which assessed Enoch Mary Edison Plaintiff vn. Thomas -
'[said that within a week he was Solomon Newman: 933 North vided. Tyson. : G. Edispn: Defendant.NOTICE _

sure that negotiations would be Oak St.. construction of a Jim All of said property being in the OF SUIT

'started to take over the boat Walter's Corp. frame residence j: __ County of Bradford. State of Flor- In The NameOf The State Of _
Florida. To! Thomas G. Edison.
Tfihield' make the $1095. Notice .Application. for Tax Deed ida.Unless _
company and such certificate or certificates 17th Shore Drive. Hl1te asa Court. ___ _
fbuilding-"a warehouse from which J&J Builder's Supply, 301 East See. 104.16 F. S. shall be redeemed according Apt 4 Norfolk. Virginia
I Notice II. hereby given that T. J. to law the property described In You are hereby: notified that a
;fall types of plastic sheets and Call St., remodel front of building Alderman the holder of ,the following such certificate or certificates well suit In equity, In which the relief _
rods would be sold. I $500. certificates has filed paid! certi- be sold to the highest bidder at the sought is divorce pendent lite and
ficates for a tax deed, to be issued courthouse door on the first Mon- permanent .custody of children.
would J. P. Parrish South Gate Drive _____
Thewindshield company thereon. The certificate numbers day in Month of August 190 whichis child support, and. Injunction has __
be used to manufacture boat I.to construct a concrete block residence VV and years of Issuance, the descrip- the 1 day of August I960. been filed 'against you by Mary
_: V tion 'Ot the property and the names Dated this ti day of June, 1960. Edison. 'plaIIl.Uft.,1n the above
Windshields: that would be stock- $8,000.M. VV V in which it was' assessed are as (OFFICIAL'SEAL) named C6uct .,and cans; and you _

ed in aU'the other branch offices H, Gresham. 714 West Lafayette V Follows: Charles-A. 'Darby, Clerk of Circuit are summoned, ordered and required _
and sold from them. St.. remodel home and V: Certificate No.8: Year of Issuance Court of Bradford County I I I to file your wrttea( ,, answer* or defenses -' _
; V j V 1957.Description. V V Florida. 6-30 4t 7-21 [ to U>f -complaint In faid
Robert Mclntire. executive add one room $1,500. V' V V of Property SW% of cause 'In office of. the undersigned _____
''manager of the Starke-Bradford Lot 14 Woodlawn' Sec. 18 T 5 S Run Notice of Application for Tax Deed I Clerk of afl' Cqurj.at Stark, Flax-
See. UM.10, F.S. Ida. on 6r 'before August 1.19'0.,
'County Chamber of Commerce. V Name la which aseesed Carlton Notice is hereby given that T. J. and to serve a xepy thereof on Hoi-, _
'headed negotiations to have tilts Lake Butler Man Gets G. Williams. Alderman the holder of the following lie 'V. Knight plaintiff attorney.
firm :!: : Va V All of said property being In' the certificates has filed said certificates whose address 14.| 1'O.. PJOX 841,
,:firm come to, Starke. The Post County of Bradford.- State of Flori for a tax deed to be issued Starke, Florida, on or before saId
was contacted by the Chamber As Chaplain V da.Unless thereon. The certificate numbersand date, as required by -the Laws of,
sent brochures and other in- I V V such certificate or certificates years of issuance the description Florida and th*' Florida Rules of
and A local man Daniel Rivers of -: V t : V shall be redeemed accordingto of the property, and the names Civil procedure. U you, fall! ,to do
>formation they desired. ; ; law the property described in In which 'it was assessed are as so. a 'decree pro sonfasso :Vtll h
Lake Butler has been commissioned I c such certificate or. certificates will
follows: entered against you for 'the relief _____
as a 1st Lieutenant and be sold to the highest bidder at the Certificate No. 16. deman id in 'th complaint.
.Starke Negro Drowns assign-I V court house door on the first Mon- Year of Issuance: 1957. This nottc shal .b Published.once .
ed as a chaplain in the V day in the month of August, lUG Description of Property: Blk 4 In a week 'for four qonsecutlv
':In Magnolia LakeA the 19th Engineering Battalion|I which is the 1 day of August. 19(0. Temples Add ex lots 1, 2 & 3 of week .1 In Bradford: County Telegraph _
Dated this 28 day of'June V, 1960. Blk 4Sec.2STSSR22E. 'commencing with: the issueof
!at Fort Mead Maryland. '- V V V + (SEAL) Name in which assessed Eunice June SO, 1810. V V
young Starke Negro drowned Chaplain Rivers attended the ft VV ___ V__ Charles- A. Darby,. I Annis. WITNESS lilY hand"- and the seal _
Saturday June 25, in Magnolia University of Florida from 1952- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford All of said property being in the of said Court at Starke! Florida
County, Florida. 6130; 4t 7121.Voder County of Bradford, State of Flori- this 24th daY' of JUDe WO.
Lake in Camp Blanding when the 56 and the Southeast Baptist (SEAL) V ____
boat which he was ,in capsized. Seminary at Wake Forrest North day.Unless such certificate or certificates !''III| Charles' A. Darby _
shall be redeemed according Clerk of said Circuit Court
Bennie T. }Morris 21, was one Carolina from 1958 to May 13, i of Application For Tax Deed to law the property described in ; /aG 4t 72lNOTICK |

;of four passengers in the small 1960 when he was graduated and See. 194.16. F. 3.that T. J. such certificate or certificates will\ : -
RAYONIER PLANTS 100,000OOGTH PINE Notice la hereby given be sold to the highest bidder at the, ; OP INTENTION TO _
craft equipped with a small out- commissioned in the Army. Alderman, the holder of the follow- court house door on the first Mon' REGISTER( PICTITIOl'S .NAME
board motor reported Don Summers The chaplain is married to the ing certificates has filed saidicertificates be Issued day In Month of August 1960 Notice ,Is; hereby .jrWen',that till'unde.slgDetf"V

a ranger at Goldbead former Betty Joe Fort of Lake Four-year-old Jan Miller, ifl seedlings for every tree removed When pine tree nurseries came thereon.for The'a tax certificate dee4 to numbers l which Is the 1 day of August, 1960. (',''tlit; .' prftvlsiona
l (SEAL) ,. of Cl1ap.ter'ZOUa. Law. of, Florida
'Branch State Park. Butler and they have three children daughter of Rayonier Area Forest I from company lands. Nextto into full production five years and years of issuance, the and descrip-the Charles A. Darby Clerk of Circuit Acts of 1941 .will register with ,the

Summers reported that the two boys and one girl. Supervisor W. F. Miller has the Davis is Jan's mother, MrsW.F. ; 'ago,, the planting rate was step- tion names of In the which property it was,assessed are Court of Bradford County'7-21,' Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
6-30 4t
Florida. for Bradford County Fid-Ida, upon
boat was a "good distance"! out He was in the Marines in 1951- honor of planting the company's Miller.* ped up to over 15,000,000. seed- V as follows: receipt of proof( S publication V of

in the like when it capsized about 52, and will return to active dutyin 100,000,000th pine seedling on its Chemical cellulose producers lings per .year. Certiflciate Year of Issuance No. 38.: 19S7. Notice or Application far Tax Deed this notice, the fictitious name of
4 The three lands in the southeast. statisticiam. that if all 100 of : Com. at See. 104.6, F. S. the Snack Bar, under which I am
p.m. other passengers, the Army July 5. .. say Today the cellulose firms tree Description Property that W. engaged in. business fat UJ] Tempi
Notice is hereby given, _
two women and one man, reached Four million of these trees were million seedlings had been planted farms reach through 45 'Florida N SE 460 cor ft of for SWU FOB of, run NEtt W and 500 run ft, H. & Nelle H. Nollman. the holder Ave.,. Starke Florida.;* ,

shore safely 'but Morris failed in Slow Pitch Softball planted in Bradford. County. in one continuous row at normal and Georgia counties cover over N 65 ft. K 6110 ft,' S (5 ft to FOB of the following certificates has Gainesville John A. F Florida?ber, 107, sole N. owner.E. 7th St.,
for a tax deed
'his' attempt to save himself. The Assisting Jan is A. G. [Sandy] eight 'fooNnterval they 616,000 acres and contribute sub- Sec51'7SRUE.in which assessed: Nora to filed be paid issued certificates thereon. The certiiclate Dated thU ISth day of June A.

ranger reported that Morris .was Pine Level took forfeits from McArthur resident manager of I would reach 151,516 miles, 'or stantially to the southeast's general Sutton.Namf V numbers and years of Issuance the!i D. at Starke, Bradford County;

V an excellent swimmer and sur- I First Christian and First Presbyterian the company's Southeast Timber., over six times around, the earth forest economy. All of .said property being b. the description of the property, and the V Florida. i/SO 4t 721! Pd<< _

*mlzes that he might have gotten I to take over first place Division since its beginning in I I at the equator. Jan's.seedling! is expected to be I -

,a cramp. and win the league championship 1957 ErnestP. Davis [right operating -. When Rayonier first \ started mature and ready to roll over a lit PEYTON 8. THOMPSON FLORIST ST.

Magnolia Lake has recently I in slow pitch softball. manager of. the Division I planting in 1938 seedlings were i I Rayonier pulp machine in about Sd It Rent It Trade It PHONE; WO 44155DUTISCTIVE
.been opened for use by Negroes First Presbyterian finished 1 says the 'company is now planting set at ,the rate of 100,000. year: 20 years! WF. W IRE FLOWER.ANrWHEHB FLOWERS

'as a State Park. second and First Christian third. : V tfchgFOR
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MAYOR'S COURT Lions ClubThe I Legion Sets BALE V

AMBULANCE New and used ,Building Supplies.
SERVICF Drive .pipe, 15' lengths $...nI
Mayor's: Court Monday June Starke Lions Club held its I County FairOctober HF.MORIALf: ,AND RESOLPTIQyg ___ ____ n_ 4 <* *. frt w... per foot.way See Billy Jackson Jack

PHONE WO 4-2600 27. was very light; having only regular meeting last Thursday:I II' Charge Jl I ma Building ,Supplies. tfcagSINGER.
Ie WOBDI OB LESS. 0.e I ser tI. (311aIo -
two cases. June-23: at .the home of' A., V C*'i'iRoulston' : I ,
% *!fc-peWittvC; Jones Funeral l Home Essery Lee forfeited his bondof I'j on Lake Brooklyn: at:' 24V !: SUWlNGj'JIACH1NE -
| 'I. EACH :ADDITi'oif WORD onae ____ ____'te Per Weed representative 'will h in BradfordCo.
I DeWitt C. Jones Registered -funeral Director $12,50 for running a red light. !Keystone Heights.V" V !aol1 DISCOUNT BEPPAT TVSERTIOX1 SAMR :AD Mondays and' Fridays. Jor fer-

V The trial of Carry Small, local The Club entertained four American Legion Post 56 set I I3e ADDITIONAL' FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID III ADTAHCB flee on any mak machine writ
or call Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Starke, Fla. Negress. was postponed until ,visitors from the Keystone Lions ti e tentative date of October 24, 402: N. Marion Sor Phone (10.
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Rental Service July 5. I Club and four Starke guests. 1 for the Bradford County Fair Lake City, vFla. 'Tfchg
Hospital loan tot
: Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches 1i 1I I WE HAVE a new program FOR SALE
i 1I George Pierce, Post Adjutant re- farmers. Loam ot 1. to S years Ready mix concrete, concrete block LAKEVIEW BJ3ACH' &: COTTAGES
I ported. for the entire credit require- rones., fence posts, sand cement-: ';'--Electrlc kitchen. Reserve, your
-- u___ -----= meats of the fanner and bis fam- Motar mix rock steel oyster shell now.:Swim, ,ptenlo) fish rIL; .Waldo
-p : ::> SPeak rs at the Legion meeting ,ily. Gainesville Production Credit! Llmerock and Rocf Gravel Phone HO 8-H52, or '(C6 Mrs. A.V Comer

Tuesday night, June 28_ were Association, no Horth Main tfch WO4-2S21. Bradford' Engineering Earleton, VIa Jltchg-' ;
I Gainesville, Fla. Co. tfchg
... Johnny DeVore and Terry Walters -

I! who spoke' oiy their experiences RADIOS BEPAIRED Complete T-ee Service'PrunInI' EXPERT

,, '.." at Boy's State i in Tallahassee -. All Makes AU .Mela .
j '' UaweMfcU Chavse gmaramtM*
V -/ Bracing De-Iloss- :to
., .r ",. Two vacant "offices" were .. also |..a. Gre .. Owmer ing Cavity Work Tree Removal -

.. filled ,al .the ,mee1ing.Bill'TtUeywas ; j 412 E Call,Itarfce.It. Pbom FU. WO 4-CM1' Transplanting ,* Decorating: :
.t made'1st,.Vice"'Commander: Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE

:..: ana f Jimmy Lee '.was elected'.2nd COLONIAL FLORIn SAPP Owner All Work' Guaranteed
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1 'Vice Commander. Only F; T. D. Florist In. Starke. "
Flowers wired any place. Flower. STARKE PHONE WO 4-S8R5 CALL
H; I IFRESH' :;- SeveralVcommItteeS app. int- for all occasions locally.! Phone
., ments alsa made. wo 4-em., 60S East Nona St ttchg WO.4-2671
were Larry

Gibson 'wasto'the: FOR RENT-Fornlined/ apart- For Estimate

committee on Oratorical; Contests ments. Reasonable rates.. New

I ECiA ( X. ,M. Smithto the Blood or shopping\VO 4-8771 center.evening Phon.or WO call at 8-2011 213S. JIM RICHARDSON

I FOOD $ iS ank',Committ e.. Paul Hu'tchins. Cherry 1 St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.tfchSTINGS'ltIATrRESS )

V Boy.'s State;: Robbie Shatter and

Al Crosby Street' C mmlttee.Pierce' FOR RENT Unfurnished remodeled.2 bed-

I reported, that the V Post N.room Myrtle homt.St.Newly Phone WO 4-0392.311

is' still .1nt restec IT, the reactivation & UPHOLSTERY' WORKS _V ..ttchg39

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Auxiliary for the ,women" Childri i Swing 8.t For SaleV..
related 710 Lemon SU Palstk3: A. Nichols. WO 4-S954. Itchg
to members of the American vLegiori. .

,: V Furniture Repaired, Uphol FOR SAUS

Good Fishing Rlg-r Custom made
stered & Refinished trailer 11 ft. plywood boat. 12

V j I WHAT"IG YOUR I YOU t>O 'T kNOW'SHE) DOT i 'ThREMIND1 School 'Board ,ToBuy.five'New. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew For Expert Tree Surgery Call OurAgent horse Elgin motor Call WO; 4-J821
or s" at 4 Pratt St. Itp

".. I MOTHER CALL YOU ALREADY P' SHOPPIN' : Innersprlngs 224 N. Temple Phone WO 43965FOR FOR SALE; :, i-flous an4 714 acre

I I WHEM) SHE HAS CAKE AMD c CityrishSMeat ",. and,Box Springs of land. Located o* Griffin Loop
... .' I I lcEcREAMFOgDER.) SALE New and used 1% miles cut' of 'Own. II.OOO. Graham -
IJO! School Busses Drop U. ,a .Card or can PLUMBING FIXTURES. Gaines Crews,, ht. 1 Box )$1, Btarke.
: $ Market : ville Heating & Plumbing Hawth- Ztp 717
4 V J59168SJTARSE __
.: : B E EEF E F PALATSA EA orne Road & SE 18th St. Stchy 7/28 8A-LE ChrrfoUt.V
FOR, Ml Good
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':.\ S .: The Bradford County- '.,s hool WO 4-5SS4 FOR RENT4 room unfurnished as new.7 Jeff Lewis,. 12? N. ChurchSt.
',4 ." \ 404 Lake Call WO 4- Starke. itp
t' St.
'meeting apartment _
I Board at its regular 1 ems PEGGY 8HALLEB, Starke, 4594. Itchg
.1 \ 1 .J .... Monday, June 27; voted :"to, purchase ApDt FOR RENT!' Five room furnished
apartment' N. church St Phone
Call WO 4-9374 If you are planning
V ,.,.!, "I. ::::.., five new school buses costing I on sending child to kindergartenIn WO V 4.E5I4 Margaret Btankensbip.tfchg.
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::1. ..... c.. i:' ,.,. 39 .f September. Mama. Priest _
., tr. ,. Co ..... ,':..'' $27,090. FOR SALE '- One office desk and -* .. V tteh 71U -
: 1/ ::: swivel chair. Excellent condition. I FOR V RENTJ1
,:: ': "; ";' be66' brtrootnunfurn
;: o ; : Two of the buses will
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'' FOR Two story modem '
ie-; I passenger two 60 passenger and I WO I-UU. i1 V tfchg
'farm home on U. S. 301. All modern
one. 54 passenger Onida Bus AVON-- world'* largest cosmetic conveniences. Call WO 44501.
FOR SALE 19 U. Hot: Point refrigerator
FRESH FRYERS _'V Company Richman.-..V Indiana company has openings for 'quali tf>hg nice new $19 per mo.

had the low bid of $5,816;eachon fied ladies In local neighborhood. FOR SALE 1959 Studebaker Pahmer'n Oift ghon ItchgModern

VI V the .66 passenger buses!, The; Fait; time or' full time. Write Sports Car Silver Hawk. $200 I fc: Vog Blond showcase
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SMOKED BACON ROUND Superior Coa h. Corporation.was Ouida C. Sweat P. O. Box MO Live down only., Call 7,000 Lake miles.Fuller Loaded., Hyatt June*- with plate glasa. Restaurant typo
Fryolator Dtitie; Cash: register,
low with bid of Oak, .Flo. C30
V on the others a 3281. :tp small counter, pedestal fan. Moving
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WHITE BACON ILIII $5,361 each pn the 60 passenger. V Sell. Ch ,ap.' Telephone WO 4-
LB. FOR SALENew S bedroom B.: FOR RENT Furnished upstairs 7051. itchtj
School Supt. Harmon P Morgan home on Lake Bedford furnished. apartment. 2 rooms and bath. 511S. ,

said he.hopes to have the $9,008. 7. Potts Box SIS Keytsone Epperoon. Y. L. Klrchalne tfchg WANTED Housekeeper $ da;.
SMOKED lb. H.ighU. Itp ,..1 Furnish
PICNICS STEAK 69c buses before the opening of WANTED Old fashion large dinning own transportation.
Contact Mrs. A- J. Barry, WO 4-
sc oqi The V new buses he said. FOR SALE -Equity in 3 bedroom room trit. Reasonable. Also 3(01 or .,pl.t POC;or'. office.
r home, iq Starke. $500 down rest like nursery furniture. Write P. O. Box .
being replace _
are- purchased .to -
FRESH PICNIC I reaL Contact U C. King, IOU Nell 1f DC. Stark Ztt'ha717

r wom .out ones. Court or call WO "- 242. 2tp 77| FOR SALE -- Window Pan 2 speed
-V GIL'S JOB "FoR HeEl .
:Morgan also stated that the Palntlnr ODD Carpenter Work. Mason :* *. Like ntw. t:* cash. Apply El-
-- four-laneing. U. S.'301 will pre- 1 new quick way Armitore Lathe Work. Landscaping. Window Wasb- Rancho MotM. Itcbg

END CUTS SPARE SMOKED sent a problem. He plans to put with I 195)motor'Combination and under 29 cutter to ISO S100.amp (lag'.11! )Reasonable ffl. Woodland! Dependable.4-5852.. P. 714! FOR SALE breeding ,age registered -

one bus on 301" when it is completed electric Welder and Battery Charger Angus Bulls Price<<: .reason
lb. lb :
V PORK CHOPS 39C RIBS 33C_ SAUSAGE 29C: i < to 1Z volt. }200. able. Doyle Conner. WO 4-4501.:
\ : and let it, go;'down one !' Black A Deck Valve machinewet H. D. motorcycle for sale or trade _____V___ tfcng
.. t$idepf the rpa4 and back on the type.. p. & 8. model 550 11/1 for motors or scottrr or 1150. Caen.
_. Super Service perfect condition T. Potts, Box lIZ, Keystone Heights: LO.t
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Starke' a'nd !
other, between: 'Lawiey. 1250. Fla. ltD
WE WILL BE I r to keep the children from IVan Doran Valve Seating tool ft.. bdr... ,.aury. ....
having 'to"' the widex road. I assg. with guides and stones, perfect PATIENTS! NEEDING FREE DEN with FIe,.,. V' D5s.. tile balk,
| cross condition $n. "' AL WORK done for the State large llvlmar ..* diatag area *lte.keator.
V OPEN ALL DAY The: move 'would'take .an"extra Or all 4 pieces of equipment. for Poard Examiners. Jnlr 11 f 1!. r>BK., vein. ,.k., va4tr ,
: bus. Morgan said plus changingthe |(4S one sale ol!.*'e contact Dr. White for cxminsthwi -..- lint.., esrp.r PerT" .""to
MONDAYJULY I Mast sell because of ray health. at his home. evenlma.Pnr. Ur UMwtyM I... 'ri. Jut
STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OF GROCERIES .routes in Lawtey. Previously, Ralph Merrill- phone Macclennr l-netto Orfnle St... Keystone '1UOO wtb. I,mfcA.
Alpine J-7MJ if no answer call H.hrht.. Ph. 1611.
eyeral buses from..Lawtey' bave Urn*. J. TUO3EA1VI4LTOR
Lake Butler Hyatt l41ft.after I V
4TH been coming to Starke. picking m. V lUbe V
p. V
W'-V'P90 Lawn mow r work.. -
V tip. students on the way. Putting Cull WO 4-7115.. Hsrnr Tnnnr. Its FREE- PoppJu ilysfl away u
TO SERVE"YOU :_ an extra bus 'on '301. Morgan Burke And Oraic Park City Lets Dorothy SwaBDorm't, .' 4!, miles
___: ._ I win sell yei'the tot pad reataet FOR SALE \Modern 2 Wrnbnt north of SUrkt oa'2 QL itp
stated. .would mean the other tke '.IWe,. He will fmraUk ya-- frme home with 5 acres of land.

_- __ V buses could tay in Lawtey.: able Mia>xe>V ti.a.-... will" k'.04 *e- 1 r.i. oi"e W. of T/twtey. Contact FOR SAL2 U ft.. ':)[arlJ'PtJ-
:::.:.. ._- t 1 eentlxg ty..p >>lau. I 1L. C Kin.. 1085 Nell Court or call wood bcaL I Itp'motor &: trailer
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ments to the guests who included! I Dinner Dance UUlll3 l111lrUaf,si j
law-Mr-and Mrs. R. Logsdon
HIGHLIGHTSBy Leslie Ann Beam. Dianne Thomas J : _T-- i Friday evening, June 24, Mr. c i and family. '
Marcia Haberstroh, Patty, and Mrs. Ray Cnance entertained I MELROSE :Mr. and ,Mrs. Moe : Hagglund
iharon. and Sally Brannqn.. Ter- i at'the: Officer's Club at the Green and family spent a few days with

Mary K. Schaeffer d and Gail Christoffeis, Jackie ,Cove: Springs: Naval Base with a I I and
I I Hagglund's parents, Mr.
Goc'btun, Virginia Bleasdale dinner dance for Miss Mary Leu By Joyce RothtaatamtrLJLi.AAitA.tAAAAAAAAJ.AlAA iiis- Carl Hagglund. ?
;Nancy Cherry Lulu 'O'Connor I Garcner and Rand Edelstein,
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Keystone Woman's ClubIs chairman: ; Mrs. T. J. Hawes. I Mrs. Roscoe Mullins and
and Jenifer Davis. whose: will .
wedding be an eventof
Planning Ahead i health and welfare;: Mrs. Charles I daughters of Hawthorne spent
Christoffert Are Hosts this weekend. Returning from Air
Party guests included Force Reserve -
committee Mrs. ,. y the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
The Keystone Heights Wo i Wallenius house ; P ,} W 4 } S a'
Dr. and Mis. Donald M. .Mr. and Mrs. Bert ChrUtoffers. Tiaimns Jast week was Rev.
man's Club Is laying the groundwork Harold Sutton social activities; !i':.f. H {IBilll Henry Mullins.
Christoffers entertained at their Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Don BreYfogle who spent .
for another successful! year Mis. W. B. Dawson publicity; litandMrs. Dull and family
nome Saturday evening with a Morgan, and the guests of honor.a couple of weeks in Orlando
stalling in October. Mrs. George Mr Alma Frost membership; 1 have moved to Hillcrest
ocktail party for Miss Mary Lou small World Department I with the Air Force. Also return-
LaRue the 1960-61 president has Mrs. Ray Chance historian; Mrs.Sara Winners of the Melrose Dupli-
Gardner and Rand EdelsteinJ Recently ilr. arid:! Mrs. Ed Con-ling I recently from reserve training
been busy contacting her chair- McDonald garden division; cate Bridge Club lust week were:
Those marriage will be an event neen and:! son moved into their I was Marvin Boos, who spent two Mrs.
z> 1st Ml'SVal Givens and
mm for the coming Mrs Roy Watkins, education;
year. of Saturday July 2. About 130guests Roland Bryan 2nd, Mrs. Alice
Those who will assist her in Mis. Carl Wistrup. librarian; and land I ;
Mrs. Ft. Stewart
enjoyed this affair with George LaRue who recently -( Ga.
carrying out the club programare ;?irs. Fremont Tales, Junior Woman's r Ketchum and Mrs. Helen Phelps;
the honor guests. moved to Keystone Club! Leaving Tuesday for his basic
3rd, and
; Mrs. A. F, Crosby first vice Club sponsor. I Mrs. Dorothy Scully
Anton For Bouquets? Estates are making plans to buildon trainms was Joel St. Amour, who
president and finance chairman; The club is planning: to sponsor! Mrs. Paley Boyd; and 4th, Mrs.
Speaking of weddIngs and the lot next door to Con- will train at Lackland Air Force
Mrs James Cook legislative the Duplicate Bridge Club for a' Allen Graham and Mrs. S. Segur.
yearor longer, if everyone is wedding customs etc., there is I Keystone Rotary Installs OfficersNew I neens. When the LaRues and the Base, San Antonio Texas. Joel Honor Roll :

/larsen. the old one about, the, gal catch- Conneens recently became ac- was a 1960 graduate of Melrose Honor Roll students from Mel-
sident happy. of Mrs.the Arpold Duplicate Club pre-as ing the bride's bouquet being the officers of the Keystone urer;, Lindsey W.alker. director; i I quainied. they discovered they High School. He is the son ofMrs. rose School for the final ;six

HEALTH FACTSThe next to marry. Some people don't Heights Rotary Club were installed and Huntley Redfearn Jr. director had lived in the same townTowson Bette St. Amour and grandson weeks were announced last week
well a member of the Wo
man's as Club will be the chairmanof take much stock in this ,but we at a' Ladies ,Mght dinner ; i \ Md. near Baltimore! of Mrs. Ernie Howard. by Melrose School Principal Clarence
think it is worth mentioning that I Lawn Party At Garner's Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gress of
effectiveness of jChiropractk this activity. held last Friday in the.Masonic. i, Prof. Meyer who is also chiefo i Holden- One hundred and,
just a year ago Mary Lou Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garner en- Clearwater spent a few days with in elementary
care Is again proven in indus; Monday morning the Woman's caught the bride's bouquet at Hall at 7:30: p. m. ,Harvey Kessler ; ,the University of Florida tertained on Saturday afternoonand Mrs. Gfess' son and daughter-in- one students 69 :,
Club had an informal card party, the Meyer professor of education at Tecb.nir.al Assistance (Continued on next Page).
wedding of Peggy Gaboardi Program evening with a lawn party at
try.Andrew the first'in a series to continue
J. Sordonl, Founder and and Tommy Prevost. She met the University of Florida, was, the Nicaragua used as his topic for their home on Silver Lake. There I 1
throughout Mrs.
Chairman of the Board of Sor summer. Randher intended- just that. featured'speaker discussion '"Islands in the Sky." were about 25 people at the

donl Enterprises, states: Of our man Herbert of'this Nelson activity is summer and future chaIr- same weekend. So now we hear New officers installed at this The new president. Mr.: "Craw- party including out-of-town : C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR ;

14 organizations! including six dates will be announced. Mrs J, that certain parties are getting time are pictured 'above1' {1-rJ: fOld, announced that a cook-out guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nutter
hotels!, a telephone company electric their "c tcbin' arms" ready. Myron Prevatt director; Roy L. will be held tonight [Thursday and sons Joey and Billy of Lakeland -
D. Henderson will be in of ;
light company, manufacturing the winter parties. charge Bake Sale Coming Up Watkins. vice '''president;' Lou at his home on'Brooklyn' Lake at l Florida. Mr. Nutter is Mrs. Real Estate and Appraisal Service,:

construction The Junior Woman's Club of Muir director;, Ralph Crawford which time a club assembly, will Garner's: brother. I 't ,
plant company On July 15 the club will holda
Keystone Heights will hold a Bake president; Arnold .Larsen. direc- be held and plans made for the Recreation Program Notes Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights
and dairy farm our payroll bake sale near the entrance to sale on Saturday July 2. in frontof tor;.,Alex .BrokaSt, secretarytreasat : new Rotary year. ; The Arts and Crafts program I '
reaches as much as $50.000 per Keystone Beach in hope that this Scales' Red and White Grocery under the direction Mrs. Alice PHONE 4297 4i

,day For the employees' of these location will enable them to serve starting at 9 a- m. All proceedswill Niebert, meets ,each Tuesday : ;

organizations! we provide Chiropractic [ more Open people.House go to the Keystone Heights Bradford County Hospital ,on!I day with a party at his home. morning from 9:30: to 11:30, at i<: LISTINGS WANTED

care. The cost of care has On Thursday afternoon and School for improvements of their June 6,This is their first, boy,] Guests included his neighbors I the Keystone Heights ,School. :: I : '

been>> paid for time and again evening. June 23. Mrs. Ruth football Birth field. Congratulations! I and playmates: Hubert Few I. The Baseball Schedule for the On Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved,:: \
Of InterestHere's j
simply through Increased employee Mitchell, Mrs. Gussie Cole Mrs. Billy Is FiveMonday I Dickie Martin, Debbie 'Rldaught, Keystone League this coming Residential Farm and Business Property.WE .
one we let ,get past week is follows ]
us. .. as. ;
efficiency and reduction In loss Ruby Strickland. Mrs. Martha afternoon June 27, Jimmy Mulling Peter .Conneen,
Sorry Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett 'July 6. Johnson'. Keystone HAVE[ INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND '
Brown. Mrs Seleta Kelley, and Billy Hetherington, young son of and Robert Hendry and
of time. In addition ailments -
borne of
Keystone Heights are wel- [Johnson; Friday July 8, Keystone -
Linda Sue Strickland held open Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hether Gilly's three sisters Cindy, Lisa, INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.
corrected that were coming their second child Melrose at
were a vs. Keystone.
I ington, celebrated his fifth'birth- and Holly.
house at Ruby's Beauty Salon a
considered impossible by other son, Mark Edwin Bennett, born I :[Continued On Next Page] I I
new business operated by Mrs.
methods of treatment.For .- -_._-- -::-
Oste at her home.
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toe best In health see jour Mrs. Frank Stitchberry was at
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Chiropractor today. the registration table and punch II'
was served by Mrs. Strickland,
The Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Mitchell
H. G. Bellinger
The door prize was won by Mrs.

Chiropractic Office Maye Reed.Birthday Party. r

Chiropractic ,offices are located at Dottie Hardenbergh was ten

788 K., University Ave. years old on Saturday and cele-

Gainesville, Fla. brated that event with a birthday ,
party for some of her little
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girl friends. Dottie's mother and

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.AA AAAAAAA AA&&A&1 The new church in Macclenny in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mimi Float and Diane Addison; I|i cause these fires destroy valuable and that I will afiply to the Honorable I said SE<,4 of NEW for a distance'1 I' Ue or jnterest in or to said lands.

KEYSTONE 1 win be ready for functioning in Bill Few. 2nd. Lonnette Selph, Connie Mor- !'i timber and cause other property Theron A. Yawn. County I of 198 feet to said Northeast corner -I I' And you and each of you are here
about three weeks. If you plan to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nutter and ris Martha Judge of Bradford County Florida of SE%; of NE'4.; containing by summoned ordered and required
Mathews Christine I damage. .
on. Tuesday at 10:00 .A.1.: of
1 July ; 4.21 acres, more or less, and being I to file your written answer or defenses
HIGHLIGHTS donate toward the equipment, sons of Lakeland have been visitIng Saboardi, Christine Brantley i Rev. Herb Higdon and familyare tt, nee for approval of the same all of said SEU of XEli of Section to the complaint: la said
please let Father know I and for final I discharge as admini- 16, Township 6 South Range 22
j I Dougherty / Mr. Nutter's brotherinlawand Rachel cause in the office of. the Clerk of
Ormsbee I his homein
Ashley Judy vacationing at old
immediately. strator of the estate of Anna C&m- East lying East of said State Road said Circuit Court in the Covoty
,T1YYwr T tContinued sister. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bobby Samson Ricky Veatesi i iI Tennessee. panella, deceased 200 and North of said graded road,: Court House In Stub, Florida, on
!: The Catholic Club will be hap- Gamer of Silver Lake. June 21. I960. situate in Bradford County! Florida before .
Gerry Teske, Gregory Spires, .I Nellie Wilkinson was too smart or July : "'0. and, on or
( from Preceding Page) :py to accept any and all gifts I Campanella : before said date to serve A copy of
> Carol Ashton of Linstead-on- Charles Perry,, Joey. Moore, T. C.II and twisted her back again until Administrator of the Esttte,of Anna "'Ton and eaeh. of you are herf'byl such answer or defenses upon HoU

All i for prizes for the annual ham- Severn, Md., arrived Thursday) Miller Garry Lockennan..- ,Allen [ she has great difienlty in moving Caiapfnella*" ,- debased: '- t- notified that, a suit to equity hs 'Us. \'. ,Knight plaintiffs' attorney
start at 4
games p. m- supper coming up on Labor Day Mrs. 63 4t /H; Lien brought by Charley ET: Johns whose address is P O. Box" 142
for visit with Mr. and
The recreation program board : weekend. a Griffin, Ricky Gorman Claude I I around and could not attend services *Bd A. E. ].Kiaoey, Jr., as, pUiu- Stark. Florida as required by the
George .LaRue of Keystone Club i I IB Tfce ClrrBlt (' urt Of Bradford tiffs, and each of
Dull; 1st grade Teena Rothham Sunday.Paul against you you. Laws of Florida and the Florida
Wednesday even-
a meeting ; Other ChurchesWe Estates. I I CvaatT, Florida la rhaarfrr and also against Bobby Ponnett, Rule? of_Civil Procedure. If you
ing to review the program to' have no from mer, Clifford Yarbrough. Mad- j I Norman came to Sunday Case \.. 1S-S8O Franklin Bonnet, a minor, Rosa fail to do so, a decree pro confesso
date and to make plans for the news St. Anne's alyn Weghorst. Martha Weaver School with a bandaged footseems Charley E. Johns, et at. Plaintiffs Rachel Bon net t. a minor Lucille will be entered against you for the
I' : and the First 'no Lorenzo Green, et at), De- Mitchell,
Baptist Church COMMUNITY CHURCH Caryalln. a widows Lucile\ relief demanded in the. complaint
Jeanne. Tyre. Lynn Sturdivant.Beverly .
remainder of the summer. j this week. Mr. he:,cut it, Belinda Johns fendants.NOTICE Carolyn Mitchell Crews and tester. This order shall be published
CHURCH NEWSCommunity I Copeland has KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Strickland Spencer Sim j' foot, which she' caught to the OF- !gLHTx T. Crews' her husband Lorenzo. once a.wtltk tor. consecutive
promised us some next week: from The State Of Florida, To: Green and< his wife Mae D Green, Telegraph
Church the First Baptist Church, and we Albert C. Holt, Minister mon. Susan,,Read, Ronald Perry 1 bicycle: recently, i*.healing nicely Hellen S. Tennant Miner*ia 1.1 T. J, Alderman and Effie Alderman weeks, !in a newspaper.Bradford published County in-

The Community Church family have Mrs. L. Hetherintton Linda Perry! Ann Murfayt Jody and she can walk on it again.. ; Baldwin Rbbert M. Smith, John I his wife, and Bradford County said County and having a general
heard nothing from St. Anne's J. VIcGrath Deborah Eaves. Dean 1 : Dixon, C. M. Hopkins, George Dlx- a political subdivision of the circulation therein.
night covered dish supper wasa reporter. Mrs. Lucy Johns and family on Jennie Dixon Maud Dixon R"ft. Stale of Florida as defendants, in
and Choir
the Organist Davis Pied:cOOki Becky Carnes, ittNolan' Roundtree, Candacy Roundtree.Gilbert WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
great success, with largest Personals moved from Clay. Hill to the Circuit Court of Bradford
Sunday School 9:00: am. Morn- and Linda ,Armstrong.. firm } Dixon, Mary Dixon. Ida County, Florida In Chancery; the said Circuit Court of Bradford
attendance perhaps ever assem- last week l of
: *. Ccqnty Florida and the seal
Mrs. Eugene Cos Lucile Dixon.
Emery Mrs. is and
H. Cooper and nature of said suit to quiet
bled for such an occasion. Several Fremont Tolles ing Worship 10:00: alD.i Mr. and Mrs..Jr D. Starling;of Easter Dixon, Maggie May Dixon confirm the title of said plaintiffsto said Court at Starke Florida, thlt
attended the i Faith' Presbyterian If alive and If dead the unknown 3rd! day of June, 1W.
families the above described lands as an
entire were represented, Garden Club Short Course at the Macclenny were among our-visitors heirs. devisees, leinorg, cri-dltora SEAL)
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Church ] indefeasible fee simple title, and to
including young babies as well as I I University of Florida 2123. I Mdrps in church last Sunday. Mr*. Slid other claimants to the hereinafter remove clouds therefrom and to Charles A. Darby

teen-agers. Dr. A. C. Holt, pastor, June CHURpH, KEYSTONE I Sunday services-C'hur'ch School-. Starling is walking. ore crutches; described lands by, through.un4..r enjoin each and every the defend-' As Clerk of Circuit Court t>t Bradford -
Mrs. Cooper is a member of the Sundays 9:30: a, m., Church 9:45: a.m. Morning- Worhip..11 : or against each of such per- fLUts, and those claiming under County Florida.
presented the honor guests. Mr. Green Cove Springs Garden Club. I her right leg-being. just'.out'ofa sons who are deceased and the unknown them, from asserting any right, II- and Mrs. A. E. Reaves, and Mr. School. 9:30 ajn., Morning Prayer ajn..Re T. James R,'Neate'Jr, pas cast. Mr. Starlings brother, John; heir, devisees grantees,
A E. Bisbee and Mr. and Mrs. and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy tor. lienors. creditors and other claimAnts \ -
and Mrs. Henry Clementsboth Roy Platt of Columbia. S. C. are was baptized at 3 p.m.and'. they In and to the hereinafter described -
couples who are celebrating wedding Communion). 6 p.rn, Episcopal lands by, through underor
I attended the rites. "We eliminate the middleman's profit"
visiting Mr.: Bisbee's parents Mr. I .
Young cnurcnmen. : TRINITY EPISCOPAL against Paul Bennett deceased,
and have
anniversaries I and Mrs. Charles Bisbee on Lake Our Bible School. closed.. : last and ::t. S. Dixon deceased; Myrtle
been married more than half a Holy Days 7:30 &JBL, Holy: CUrUCH, IW.LROF. Fonnett Dorsey and L. C.
century Dr. Holt presented them Geneva. The Platts will be here Communion. I Sundays 10 a. m-: Church Friday night and we had a her husband whose DonE'y.1 One Quart E Each ,
this week, and Mr. Bisbee will be wonderful time with our children unknown; and also to all unknownpersons F R E WIOI
with his usual timely commentsand Third Wednesday Parish, School. 11:15 ajn., Morning Prayer : claiming any right. title, I
here two weeks. -9} present Monday, an4 97 Gallon
humor. To Mr. and Mrs. Covered Dish Supper,'6 or 6:30: and Sermon., (First; Sunday, lien or interest and to the following or f. One you buy t
Herbert A. Nelson was admitted I. Tuesday. The Beginners really did property situate In Bradford
Robert Hendry he expressed his Holy Communion). 6 p.m... Episco- County Florida to-wit: I
to Bradford County Hospitallast pjn.The themselves proud on the com-
appreciation and that of the congregation Rev. Millard. Breyfogle, pal Young_Churchmen. Beginning at the Northeast corner Prices Start at $2 qt. 5.98 Gal
where mencement and did
he will
Sunday undergo program, of Southeast Quarter of Northeast -
for their fine wotk with Vicar Holy Days 40 a. m.,, Holy of XEof
I tests. just what "Mama Strickland" Quarter (SK4!
the church, and especially to Mrs. Communion. -: Section\ 16 Township C South,
Bill Siprelle of Jacksonville, asked them to, without even, any Range !!' East, thence run South MARY
Hendry for her great contribution' formerly of Keystone Heights St. William's Catholic Chapel The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, rehearsal. 0 degrees 11 minutes, 54 !seconds CARTER PAINT STORE

to the music of the services. Vicar. East, being along the East line of
The Dally Vacation Bible was the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. !. Keystone Heights We_ had' 54, present in< Sunday raid Section 16, for a distance of 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla FR 6-7588

Chuck Newman last weekend. Simony Mase at 8:30: a. m. School last Sunday including three 675.76 fut 'to the Northerly boundary .
-- -
School under the direction of .n.tTlnnryn.'entns of the right of way of a graded ,. : : :: :
: and her
Mrs. Siprelle children i Holyday Mass at\7:00: a. m. new member The Adult Men road, thence run South 88 degrees ----- -- -- - --
Mrs. Barry Wyman presented a
had gone to Montana to visit her Tuesday Mass atT00() a. m., came to.the front again and won 14 minutes, 40 seconds West ,

program of interest on its final father so Bill came alone. Confessions before all Masses. CLAY HILLBy the banner. Congratulations! Don't and along such Northerly boundary the, That't Our Briefness
day. The Beginners' Class sang for a distance of 3S6.46 feet to
first Dr. E. L. Rodowskas and Baptisms, marriages and Instructions forget Brotherhood and WMU 'Easterly boundary of the right of

three songs while the ; and daughter, Mary, of Wilmington by appointmex. Mrs. J. L. StricklandmyyyyTYY.YYVYY.tyt meetings Thursday nights. way of State Rd. 200 (as said right U It's Glass We Bart IU I
second grade groups, had. a QUIZ of way lit l now widened) thence run
DeL spent several days last week 40 CALL WRITE or VISIT
North U degrees, 1 minute
panel. 'The third graders exhibited -
with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BOATDRAIN BAPTIST.CHURCH second East and along said Easterly -
a chart and sang a song. Ona boundary of State Road 200
flannel board, the junior group Jr.. and family Dr. Rodowskas is KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Edwin Padgett, forest ranger, Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn for a distance of 142 feet, thencerun Y Joe Peters Glass Co.
plant manager of the Newport 11 North 77 degrees 58 minutes
reports that he has had 135 fires Worship a. m. Training
pinned up two highways showingthe R. Smith 29 seconds West (and along a Jog
pastor Ralph
plant of the DuPont Co. in Wilmington to take of since Jan. until Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship for
difference between God's Holy care In such Easterly boundary; ) a FOR NEEDWe
Del. During their stay, Copeland Minister of Music and 7:30 m.Prayer distance of 10 feet thence run AtfY GLASS
June 15. But we Clay Hill folks p
Highway, and Man's Sinful Road. .
_ church organist. North 12 degrees 1 minute. 40 seconds Design Modern Store FrooU
the Morgans entertained at din-
should ibe ashamed of record Meeting Wednesday,
Certificates were presented by our East, and along said Easterly
Mrs. Wyman. The handwork of ner, inviting local persons who. Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : because 68 of these fires were in 7.30 p. m. boundary for. a distance of 557.09 Jost. Mail Us A Patter for
had been employed at that plantat .. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. feet to: the intersection of said Table! Tops''I
Pastor Rev. Sweat,
our and only 67 in the rest Barney
the group was on display in the Training area Easterly boundary of said right of
back of the auditorium.The one time or another. Union 7 p. m. Evening of the county. More than half of Everyone Welcome. way with \orthaine of said 1313 N.W. 4th PL! GaI esville. Fla. Phone Fa. 2'43U'
I services 8 p. m. SE! of NE ., thence run North
Miss Ann *
manse will be a quiet place Hager daughter of "Make church worship a family the fires in the county were set I. County Judge. Court IB And 89 degrees 53 minutes, 40 seconds 'I

this summer, as Mrs. A. ,C. Holt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hager of. affair." intentionally, the report showed Tor Bradford County Florida. East and along the North line of

has gone to their summer home: Orange Park spent a few days ._ -and that is something we should In re: Estate of Anna Campanula ,- -- .

with the H. L. Morgans last. decea!'ed.Notice. ..,.,.'.", .., A', '- _.; ., -t, ::--<-.- .., .,, ,
in Montreat, N. C. where she 1 YYYYYYYYYYYYYIYYYYyIYY1 all be ashamed of. Edwin asks Of Filing Petition For T '" + .' f 00' ,?Ji. ) '
.. ': ,
,. : i 't.t 1t 1.ifd's .i: : lr
will be joined Dr. Holt when weekend. for assistance in reducing Final Discharge Of Administrator '7: "'" !:< ; :;' ," ,
by our : ; ;
>> \ i. '), ,\': ; ;. .f' ".' ... '- .
To AH\ Whom It Concern : ,.,/ I ,
Mrs. Lena Clemens and May : ,.dr& .t: .'"' .,)W >', '
he comes for his vacation in sons MELROSE. these fires, especially in the Clay Notice is hereby given that I ',0',' t.', t:,' :'<: ""' .\<.'.... ,. 1 ...-." t..,,.."<",. ....:. "

August: Their guests, a grand- Johnny and Georgie Allen along have filed my final returns as administrator '"""i.t<<'('.,.;<:... ,r;,*{,.: "".,;:;., ""--...;,:_.'.,, ,, ,'... "<...... .
Hill area, which he normally takes of the estate of Anna ', = '" with David Schaeffer and: Herbie Mu4aaaAWAaauaaWaa ,4, .
daughter and her husband Rev "': 4"f,' "A '> .
'. ,
I, have :
deceased that .
Nelson, Jr., went to Camp St. care of. Let's all cooperate be- Campanula : -.<: 'h'.tf':: ';; '... ';';;3:< '..,..j.F.' > :
and Mrs. James Keller, who have (Continued from Preceding Page) I filed petition for final discharge.! -; .,..'1" < ., ,'." ,i.. ,'.. .. ',.
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John at Switzerland. Fla. on '?,f'., ',.>_ 'it ':(i.<" R, .
been visiting back and forth between and 32 in high school were. able .. ,. <. 1,> -'<.I, ".- .f':: .
_i the Holt's ccttage on Lake Sunday where* the boys enjoyed to make .'Y ',1 ,J6, ... ,' u..t> :+> :it-" %'. '" / '
all A's and B's. t::""J. 1:: "" : I.
in the RADIO DISPATCHESERVICI 1 0 'fJi\ fl"iWor" .
Geneva and the manse, are also a swim lovely new Olympic \ h, '
Pool. Making the high school Honor ; ',\ ..,i1 i&! ,_. ,
leaving this week for a visit with 1f {"f.I :f. ,
Roll for the last time in their .. '$, '...: "" ,''t* '
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Gal- ; /
: '
_ her parents and other relativesin life -<<:#:*< f ':,
were eight seniors: Emory ...,Mv: .;.1: 1:: ..
lop and ,) .
family of Jacksonvillewill .4 .. ,
: < .
Jacksonville before returningto .. <<*"" ;: ;; '; .i
Cross. Mark Gaboardi Hin- :::''< ,
Patsy b :
.ID, "
soon be year-round Keystone .r; .r,' "J' '
their church in Charlotte, N. nant JI> !I: .
Bill Pace, Beth Pierce, Pat .. f" Ji/ ) : .
; .
residents. to
C. They are planning \t ,, $ .. -, .
Preston. Margaret Royster. and k .. .: t tv.
St. William's Church f sell their Jacksonville home and '<, W ="i,.),', .', .' '. .', ,. .. ,
Janet Weaver. Other 4.<.ti .
High School ..
i .. : .'
Sunday, June < 26 was open make their Lake Brooklyn cottage ;:: f. <,,: :, ... ,
students included Sandra Rid- ..f//: f. : j "
their regular home. ,?: ( ::\ i. >L: > ;:.
house at Camp St. John at Switzerland aught. Carol Hansen. and Dale ,4'1 ''?', .. :f -.t>) .,:-, ". ., ., .. ..
Fla.. and aa number of Miss Pat Raley of Theressa isvisiting Fallin. 11th .t>:: -: ,
grade: Doris Ford. '_ .
Keystoners her brother-in-law and .> :;J.
attendedY April Mesko andLarry .
Dedication of Camp St. John sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett 10th grade; VirginiaTFord.;: SJrawn CarolRothhammer I.s SALES s ei .'A' .,

will take place on Sunday, July, Elaine Samson, and ,: ii : .

10, and it is hoped a group from I Miss Jean Morris of Rosville.i Margaret Slade, 9th grade; Ern- SERVICEW'V ',, "-.1'h"' ; "" .+ q ', ..5S
this parish will be able to attend. .I Ga. is the .:- << "- ?
: guest of her brother- estine .Matchett, Glenda Herren ---- --- < < .
Ann ; tf. l ." "'J. t
Bowen, Marian Bass, Bar- !; ",'. t .
V ';;$ \ ; ,,,,'
':'. :!\' lt ;' I bara Whitehead ," .,',. .p).... 4"w.fiith
IA Madeline Tyre, ;; lj i>' =
1 i I Ellen Scott. William Lockerman RCA7CTOWW Jtt C,V rr I ;0"iI.h'f.,; ": (,'- '..., ',,.' "- A,, ::ji.rV %i ip

REACH FOR and Marc Lawrence, 8th grade; W I''
'I Cathy Webster Martha Scott *RADIO WOodland. SERVICE ON :, }rR' ;;'. } lyx

i Gayle Cross, Louise; Barber and : II SALES a REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES

$: tS'u81A Carson Johntry 7th grade. -- -
: .
The majority of the honor students S RADIO
came from the elementary & TVTNDdl4N

I grades with over one-third of r
j.: ICE CREAM '..: them being from the 1st and 2nd D--GAEEN. .....Q-mtB --- ._tlZ E. CALL STAUL
"r.-" ,' 'an' grades. The elementary students .

.: Goodood.aiIuIfsa: I I'iK. t rat include: Claudette Pridgen. Hilda a' tO

r ere Wise, Becky Mathews Cissie Lee
everyone Tastes s
super, FREE SHOW
t:, aD Joyce Johnson, Vicki Gornto
cause .t'8 delicious, refreshing!
.G Baldwin. Charlotte Addison;
Take some home! Serve '
t 0 Kenneth Tomlinson. and Bobby Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M.,
"j' Super Sue Ice cream often. Ridenour, 6th grade; Susan Samson -

I. _:r'-_-.""... (.ii"',. .1----\. ,. .d Barbara Weghorst. Betty

't Jean Cross, Walter Sturdivant, SAVAGE FURY .
fa nUi'gailoai! I're Billy and Bill Ormsbee, Robert. McGuire, ENJOY COOL COMFORT
I Harris 5th grade; Janis S
,,, .' jWodey i Lettie Wise Patsy Winters -
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--- Take the out of summefs temperature! Electric AIR
I 'I Judy Sapp. Marlene Odom .. temper -

.y 4+t"sPick i Glenda Grainger David Gaboardi. TER CONDITIONING will flood your home with comfort-cool, fiIATTIC and _WINDOWVENTILATINd.FAN:

(,Lloyd Baldwin and Bill Angle.
an assortment of many delicious flavors 4th grade. tered,. O .freeait. .remove excess moisture. help prevent are other wonderful*

from your dealer's Super Sue Treasure'Chest 'Third Grade Maria Yarbrough. mildew damage... Air conditioning safeguards youngsters from aid to cool ummir-
time comfort.
Beth Webster. Brenda Simmons. I Sponsored:: by the Following: Merchants: "prickly; heat" rub brings relief from allergies. reduce fore out the hot sticky They

Phyllis Odom. Sharon Nobles,
indoor air and In
..- GEM JEWELRY :WILLIAMS JEWELRY tensions, Your whole family will enjoy relaxing, quiet, oceanbraeze cooling huh brvuoo

NOTICE OF P1RTNCRSIIIP OF DI.SOLiTfOti'i .comfort. ..cooJ living aU summer long. Don't simmer. .. "In motion.*
hereby given( that the
SAFE DRIVERS I Partnership between (Mrs.) Mar- TV SERVICE its: old-faahioned to_ be without modern elstilc-x Rdo 11l'

ta Tolford and (Mrs.) Jean Fox CRAWFORD BROTHERS :
co-partners doing: business as "1lARTAJE.X'S S** your-, < tkctric appHaoc deafer, today! .
CODITOREI and Gulf Service Station,. CHARLEY JOHNS t 1


Florida has been dlss lved. Mrs.) ." ';, _
Save Marta Tolford is no longer connected "j: HIUNH9 BUILD fLORIDA
with said! business and, SIMMONS KOCH STARKE BUILDERS .... -
ht'n'etorth..ill not be responsible
for any obligations incurred in said DRUG STORE Y{ SUPPLY +unanu
.. )
0 .30% business. t *g| +-sa ;.
,. .
if you lute drUen 4 June Keystone 13, I960\Heights, Florida COMPANY COMPANY __.__ __.1S_ .__-. -___ _(.__,, __ ,"_,_ '::_/_ Rfb-_ .__ .. (__. --.u u-----.._ !
year without accident t-lt 4t 7/': -

!I Find out about \SPSave .... 1 -'- : -.1

i the MERIT FIRST PLAN FULL, auto SCALE insure Q- Now SLADE _

.I in ISow'YOU O gives f

,I can anre get our rates state.based on your if.. II. 0 you .5 1

you qwithout rlyt'u S _
personal driving record dean accident _




131 S. Walnut} St. Phone WO 4-0121

Starke, Florida



tNtf 0.1trF i'0y QTiP 11 I' II On All Appliances Ranges Hot Water Heaters Heaters Dryers Refrigerators



I + j 1 4. MERCHANTS. GREEN STAMPS.. SL L A. 0, E G' A.. S C" 0 'Next New PHONE Boor Closing to WO Winn-Dixie Time 4-3551 5:30


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j -
Aa.&a&Aa&&a&&tu. hassee spent the past two weeks Beach were weekend guests of last week for a visit with Mr and -

with her grandparents. Mr. and the Barleys and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Watterson the Leland S

\ Mrs. A. E. Massey and Mr. and H. W Bennett. Mrs. Maude Rho- Bedenbaughs and J. W. Beden- HOLIDAY SPECIAIL !

Mrs. Riley Dixon. den of Ft. Pierce is here for a baugh. :Mis. Bryant is a sister of #: k

By Enza Blanchard Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville few I days looking after her interests Mrs. Watterson ani the Beden- V \Q TIiJT JUST RIGHT FOR COOKOUTS

was the Friday overnight and visiting with friends.HAMPTON baughs. Sunday visitors at the -
guest of her sister, Mrs. Eliza- Watterson home were Mr. and (i BLUE.RIBBON.

Enjoyed beth Terry. On Saturday they YYTTTTTYY TTTTTT TTTYY1 Mrs. Tiny Lovell and children.

Members of the Lawtey Home visited their sister, Mrs. GeorgeW. Mrs. Frederick Watterson and f fi HEAVY WESTERN MATURE V : C

Demonstration Club held a cook- Durham in Jacksonville. Mrs: W. C. Ward of Starke.Mr. .
out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. J. Phillips was honoredon and Mrs. Martin Mosher i ,

Eugene Pearson last Thursday her birthday Tuesday eveningby By Mr*. D. C. Inneasu.aasaaaaaauaaaaa left Sunday for their former, 1 Y

morning with barbecued chickenas a family dinner given in her home in Matamoras: Pa., where ,rtrsoDS 1 1 r.a

the menu highlight. Several home by her daughter. Mrs. Billie they plan to spend the summer ; z5

members of the State Farm Club GaskIns. Others of the family months, returning here in Sep- T .
Water Supply Troubles LB
joined in this affair and those present were Mr. and Mrs Leslie Plague Sir. Watterson tember. Division of Iffi! Philadelphia. .i

present besides the Pearsons, Phillips and children of Callahan Mrs. George Williams spent Food Fair W[ Pemsylvanu, :
After a 10-day session of "on Stores.lrk
were Miss Dorothy Ross. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and again off again" water supply. Wednesday of last week in,Jack II

Jim Harden and Debby, Mrs. De- children of Starke and Mrs. Hampton residents had a temporary sonville. .
Witt Sinclair, Mrs. A. C. Belche. Phillips' aunt. Mrs. J. S.-Jones of Miss Glenda Vining of Los Angeles -
respite by last weekend whenM. .
Mrs. R. M. Caddell, Mrs. A. F. Ther sa. who is visiting her fora ..L. Watterson, owner of Hamp- Calif. has arrived in Hampton 1'Mr V QUANTITY RIGHTS .;,. ; "';.-

MaYton, and Mrs: Janle Caddell few days. ton water works, hooked up a to spend several months with RESERVED V h.

of the State Farm; Mrs. A. H. Mr and Mrs. James Anders her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
substitute until
pump a new
Harley. Mrs. W. Ellis and children and children of Palatka and' Mr. Dan Johnson and with other re-o
pump and well can be put into
,'Mrs. R. E. Lee and children, and Mrs. O. J. Anders were Sun- operation.Mr. latives in Florida.

Mrs. j. c. Tye and children. Mrs. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. John- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker and
Watterson i
had started on s
Effie Miner, and Miss Enza ny Jenkins in Jacksonville. Billie a new 8-inch well to replace the children who have been living inSt. I __ 300 ran ) tt

Blanchard. Anders, who has spent several present 4-inch one. but last weeka Claire Shores, Mich., moved MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ,? 11 I I MI

Property TransactionE. weeks .with his sister, returned large piece of steel on the drill last weekend to Orlando. They With purchase of $7.JI i dl

W. Hayes of Starke has just I with his parents.Mr. broke off in the shaft making it have been visiting here with Mrs. Ii.. w or More Food Order dr.

.sold the Henry Hines store building John Brown and daughters to Baker's parents.Mr. and Mrs. R. Name o
necessary begin drilling in another -
on Lake Avenue and State and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown H. Parker.
spot. The new well will also Address
Street to Ben Suslow of Starke. and children spent the weekend 4 7
Mr. have a new and larger automatic YYTTTTTTTYTTTTTYTTTTTYY Nom I I Expires Saturday, June 25, 1960 1 ,,
Hayes also handled the salef with relatives in Orlando. 1
6-inch pump submerged in the 1
the J. H. Moore property to Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and children CODE ST

Mr.'Wilt I of Jacksonville were weekend well.The substitute pump installed HIGHLAND

Mr. and Mrs., Hubert Priest and I guests of Mrs. Dobbs' parents, temporarily last weekend should '1 t' !
children spent the weekend in the W. J. Wilkisons. 1
supply enough water for the city [By Debbie Phillips]
Lake City with Mrs. Priest's sister -I Miss Gloria Wilkison of Jacksonville -
of Hampton if users do not wasteit
Mrs. Morene Summerlin, and spent the weekend with Mr. Watterson said. However, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGriffisStarlinr ,

family. They all enjoyed a family her parents the B. L. Wilkisons. its
capacity is less than the pump
picnic at Connor's Pool near Live. Mr. andMrs.. Leon Starlingand ,
I which has been in use. and he Miss Carolyn Jean Starling,
Oak.Mr. children: of Jacksonville were I stressed the need for rationing daughter of Mrs. Pearl Starlingand
and Mrs. George Roberts Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.I Lai
water until the new well and Bobby James Griffis, son of
and grandson. Ricky Roberts; Luther Hilliard and family.
are installed. J. J. Hare of
Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis. were
Mr. and Mrs. .Vernon Silcox and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. jV
Micanopy doing the welldrilling
united in marriage at a ceremony
son. David of Starke were Sunday Reddish and Ray during the week Job.
performed by Rev. George Chismat
guests of Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. John Morrisof I
When the new set-up is put into the church Saturday evening
George Roberts Tenn Frank Dormanof ssy4
Jr. in Tallahassee. Ripley, .
operation. Mr. Watterson
plansto June 25. A large number of
Ricky returned with his Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W.
the former
repair pump in the friends and relatives attended the
grandparents to continue his M. Barber of Macclenny Mrs.
4-inch well, and keep it ready in I wedding. .
Visit. Jack Pons and daughters of Tallahassee -
working order for
emergencies. Vacation Bible School closed
'Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Applebyand : who are spending a few '
This pump has been in use for with commencement exercises
daughter of, Atlantic Beach days with the Reddishes, and
the last nine when it .
years, was Friday night June 24. 113 were
spent Sunday with Mrs. Appleby's Alec Lawson of Tallahassee.Mr. set into ALL BRANDSFRESH I '
the well which was originally enrolled during the school, the
parents, the J. E. Warrens. and Mrs. Haze Clark of drilled in 1911.
largest number ever had. Many
Mrs. Mamie Crews and Miss Lebanon, Va. are visiting the Milo Personals I
attended from Lawtey and Max- I
Vera Crews were weekend visitorsof Smiths. Mrs. Clark is Mrs. Sir .
James Birt
Perry 10-year-old ville and assisted in its success:
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews and Smith's aunt.
son of Mr. and Mrs William P.
Parents and friends enjoyed the REG = V.
family in Clearwater. Vera remained Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett I
Birt of Gainesville was killed social given by the church Satur- 'MILK
for a few days visit. and children, and Mr. and Mrs. !. BOTTLES
June when struck
Friday, 24. bya day evening June 25, on the I
I Little Penny Massie of Tall George Lastinger of Daytona car in Gainesville. Survivors include church grounds.Mr. i I I .ter

his parents two brothers, and Mrs. Homer Smith and I 'k PLUS

.,. Franklin and William, and a sister family of Tampa spent the week- ,: DEPOSIT
"' \\ '" .... \d\\\ ; \\ Constance Ann. Relatives V
r'. end here as the guests of Mr. and vL
...... ..:-:.0. .. \ here are Mrs. Eva Birt Mrs. Flor- Mrs. Richard Mooby. 43c' L

.... .- 4: +' rie Belle Brown, George Birt, andE. CTN I } .. 1, Limit-2 '
: .
..: -' /r1 L. Birt; and Marvin Birt in : l With $5.00I

Starke. NOTICE of 8I1tnlFF'SLE.. fro! Oarer
Mrs. Florence Conner of Jack-
that under and by virtue of a writ "
sonville arrived last Saturday for. of execution on a final Judgment E E .
I a visit with her son-in-law and Issued out of the Circuit Court of F R '
1 re C Alachua County, Florida, in that :
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Pledger. certain styled Baird Hardware
Johns. Company v. Farm Home and Auto ONE PI SEALTEST!
Supply Inc. and Emery E. Engel. VV
Miss Geraldine Webber is back I have levied upon and will sell at ;'
A visiting with her family the E. D. public auction to the highest bidder SHERBETWITH .i ;
{ for ,
cash on 4 July 1960 between -
Aliens, after with relativesin
a year the hour of 11: a. m. and 2:I
Arkansas and California. p. m., the following described property THE PURCHASE OF / t q t k ,

Mrs. Tom Paladino was taken : Y CAL < '
'" : That entire-! stock> and ,.inventory ; J
to BradforCCounty in
: Hospital of farm and home hardware and i'
Starke for treatment Sunday.Mrs. auta. supply goods, wares and mer- SEALTEST 8.9c S
chandise held for resale located at
J. L. Chancey of Palm
that certain place of business in
1 Beach visited here last week with Starke, Florida, known as Farm.

COVERS THEM ALL her sister, Mrs. Jessie Chastain.I Home and Auto Supply, at 416 East 4
Brownlee Street. FARM HOUSE FROZEN .
Weekend visitors with Mrs. Chas- ; ..
Said property will be sold at the .. \\ -
tain were Mr. and Mrs. Shirley place the property: was taken pos- COCONUT OR CHOCOLATE ; .

Piper of Jacksonville. session of under said levy .to-wit: t,...,. .
The Family Policy that: place of business known as .
Visitors over the weekend at< Farm. Home and Auto Supply at

the home of Mrs. Ina Knight 416 Prownlee Street, Starke Brad- ;. .
ford County, Florida. PKCS
were Mr. and Mrs. 'Lee Parrish i QIc', ",.i'< ,'.-
Anyone wishing to bid upon said u.J. 'm .
Safeguard entire and children of Brooker and Mr. i property may examine the same by 3 99 =: $ I Iea.
your REG C .. ',
family with insurance and Mrs. Purvis Green of the I contacting me at my office in the .. ..,,... .
cow one I .
T nn INStiRANCB I Bradford County Court House, $1.47 r. .
policy...one lowpremium. Heilbronn section. Starke Florida, on the Thursdayor ,) ... ,,.
.There's no extra cost. rouPANY I T. J. Perry wishes to thank the Friday preceding said sale. Said =""" ....'. .
for babies. 1 doctors, nurses and friends property will be sold as the pro-
new they'reautomatically GEORGIA perty of Farm. Home and Auto
covered who've been so kind to him dur- Supply, Inc. Colonial j

eight days after birth.Contact ing his recent illness. Bradford P. D. Reddish, Sheriff \ -
County, Florida. .
your Life of Georgia egent today ;\ Mrs. Vasco Busey and two children for detail on The Family Policy. of Valdosta. Ga. spent last Tender
weekend here with her father,

John Parker, and Mrs. Parker. BRIGHTEN. 'UP! Sugar Cured
Visiting here this week with I +
Painting and DecoratingAt P'3UNDPICNICS
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown are
Mrs. Brown's brother-in-law and LOWEST PRICES ,

[Home Phone ,WO 4-2541 1317 Blanding St. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bearden of CalDAWRINS ,

Starke Florida MississippLMrs. The Painter
Bessie Bryant of Ft. My-

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and Mrs.
visit with Mr. I I
I(I Goolsby. and family. f Ga.Rev.. Sage of the Rescue Mission Mr, and Mrs. John''North and 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Neely ar-! Baldwin won the game.ThUI'sdar.\\ CHURCH 'I CHURCH .
I r"s ,' '. 4' from Merrysville La. for a i They are holding a summer 'Bib1 '8chool iO
B'ALDYIN Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Goolsbyand in Jacksonville will be the family and Mr.* Bale's brother.; riyec| { Sunday School: 10 a. m.; Morning I Sunday a.
I f the visit with relatives and riends in program at the Baldwin school Ifor Ii i iIf '
arrived home guest speaker at Orange m.
Garland Worship. a.
i Morning
son. Bob. ;/ 'J J i Worship, t Jl< a. m.; Evangelistic m.:
last weekend from camp LeJeune,{Street Baptist Church on Sunday, M. I \ .another three weeks. Anyone j I II services7:30 p. In. Evening service 7 p..m., ajxd Pray
'By )lri. C. B. Nolan'W1aaa N. c. Mr. Goolsby will be here ![July 10. Mrs. Mary 'Wellnatjsen ?hasn'tbeen t 'ed a fish- I interested In shop library and re- I I er meetns every Tuesday, at '7:30

& A &AAA&A& .i.. 1Mu. 1 for 10 days and then will leave i, The Orange Street. Baptist I !feelingheU" "SnS Is at the !P|: ,trip to Palatka last Saturday 'r creation and within the school t Wednesday Pjruer Meeting: .I jp. m': John VP' ire,,'P atarM,,,,? .

1I I for LasVagas for six months. Mrs. [Church. baseball plajers won a 1'hopie (l i'1 1-law. and;1 with ,his brother, Bud Waters i I age can attend.. Wednesday a' .---- ,
.* Gloria Brinson returned Goolsby and the baby will stay victory over the Macclenny Bap- .d iighter, >Ir. and Mrs. Oscar I of. Jacksonville and Michael Hart- 1: bus carrying the students goes to'' 1

Thursday' from the St. Vincent's here while they are away. f tist church players, at their game I I Harris 19' : Strickland's Landing. Anyone: when you needRELIABLE {

Ifospital in Jacksonville. J!I| Mr. and Mrs. Travis Clark had({last Saturday. I Ii Eugene 'Hffes' of 'Texka was a1: Mrs. John North and daughter, :I f'fishing to ride down with them "
Little John 'Wilkes, son of Mr. i Miss Sandra Marchant of Ft.! dinner Mrs. !ran mept at the J&B Truck Stop
i:as their guests last weekend their i guest Sunday pf Jewel I. and Misses Patsy and | :
and Mrs. Earl Wilkes, cut his leg I I grandsons. Andy and Randy I I Stewart Ga.. has been the guestof I Dorothy Waters and 'f anally. i, Peggy Smith attended a showerin | about 9 a.m. and bring 50 cents: GAS SEMETHINK $

last Thursday on a nail while I I Clark of Cleaiwater. The boys'. ht"r'grandparents., Mr. and Mrs- Sorry to hear of the accident in i honor of Miss Carolyn Smith I| for transportation fees. ; r..

carrying some boards. It required ,, parents, Mr and Mrs. Lamar 'r J. K. Cox, for the past two weeks.! Maxville Friday night when' a'' ''bride elect of June 30, at the ,: We are sorry to learn that little i{ ;
several stitches. I I I I Clark, who have been visiting relatives -IMr. and Mrs. Cox will leave on i couple 'of vehicles driven by i home of Mrs. Foy Silcox in White j!' Tommy Brown son of Mr. and I OFTANKS SLADE GAS

Danny;; Parker and Miss Marilyn ,: in McLean Va will spend July 9 for a vacation with relatives -! Joseph Thompson and Bobby i; house last Thursday night. i,i Mrs. George Brown has been ill. .,

Thomas visited in Jacksonville ,I the July 4 weekend here with the in Omega, and Thomaston. : Padgett collided. They were injured ; Carolyn is- the daughter of Mr. ;
Sunday -
er's brother\ night and with sister-in-law Mr. Park-, ,Travis darks' Ga. i I, <<: along with Akin\ Padgett.. arid,Mrs:-Marvin Smith of Max-i I Cash paid for food clean cotton ( FROM GALLONS TO l.OQO'OR: ..UP ':
last week- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ryan an- .
Mis. W. J Bell spent vine. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and I
Mr. Lloyd Parker. i iI rags. Xo Khaki or wool
andyMrs. : of I nounce the arrival of a daughter
end in Auburndale
as guest PHONE WO3551
Mr: and Mrs. Albert Hunt and sister-in-law I Lisa Marie on Monday June 27.!I family of Jacksonville were dm-]j'f'. Nathan Cannon played base- Bring to Bradford County Telegraph. .-- .
family. Mrs. E. V. Roberts and ; her brother and ; rer guests of Mrs. Dorothy'I '''b ll"wiib the Baldwin team _..A .
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pringle and at St. Vincent's Hospital in. Jack-1 I ,. .
family Mrs. Miller and :
l'amilY.i Friends of Mr. Pringlewill ,Tsonville. -j-= ------rx
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son Miss Delores Harris and Mr. be interested to learn that 'i Mrs. Del ell Crews has movedI -- -- :

and Mrs. George de Medicis and he is getting along nicely after I to Albany Ga. to join her hus- : i

family all enjoyed an outing at.!!' an automobile accident, although |band who is stationed at the Marine .
Kmgsley Lake last Sunday I the I will be in a cast for about I Base there. '

Mr. and Mi's. Rudolph Thomas [ six months with five dislocated l Carleton Crews has returned i .tt: : t
and family. Mr. and Mrl.-Ralph i vertabrae. !r home from Camp LeJeune. N. C- J .';.". ', '. .
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Woodard and family Mr. and I Friends of Mrs. Harry Bell willI where he was training with the '. "" ', '' ,. ... !
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Mrs. Pasco Fouraker and family. .
I i regret to learn that she is con- Marine Reserves.Mr. .... .. f.i4' IN .
Mr., and Mrs Emory Stokes and : c4ffset:: : ,. .r; .1' 'I
i j fined to the Lake City hospital. and Mrs. Carl Crews visit-' "" I
family and Mrs. Ruby Ingram I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones and I''ed.in. Lake City Sunday with Rev- ,if /. .

and family spent Father's Day I fa.miIy'were called to Clarksville I and Mrs. Elmer Nobles. '. ._: ,. .J:!:!..'. .

with. Mr.and Mrs. H. E. Brad- I again last week by the serious i Braddock Family Reunion .. .., .. ,.4 -* ... "t: : ., '" .
doc* I Illness of Mrs. Jones' mother, The C. E. Braddook family en- 3'+. .. .
Mr and'Mrs.. Charlie Ervin and I ':''.1...,'. ;. -
Mrs. W. T. Davis who is confined joyed a reunion on Sunday, June ..'.'.:> "I,-.,;; '; '. ,. .
,children, spent last Saturday i to a Marianna hospital. Mrs. 19, at Kingsley Lake with a de- 1 j ;, -. -\ {
afternoon. with Mr. and Mrs. ,Bill j j Davis is a little unproved we are j licious dinner. Enjoying this occasion -

Agin ay, their. cottage on Kingsley glad to report. Janet stayed over with Mrs. C. E. Braddockof : /, .
Lake i : there for awhile. I Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. -a*

Mrs 'Rosa Watts of Chattaho- i! ,,Mrs W. I* Suggs and her Ed Collins and family of Gf eenI c .
chee will boon be In her new i granddaughter, Miss Pam Harden Cove I I Springs MrsLeonard ; ,: 3i
home next door to her son and I| of Tampa will leave Monday for I Whitehead and family of Waldo, ; : LetterpressI .
daughter: jn law- Mr. and Mrs. L.I ''Mr. '\}" ,
: j Wmston-Salem N. C. for a visit and Mrs. Harry Long and .
We welcome. Mrs. I \.C t l
Watts. Wattsto
i with Mrs. SUggs' son-in-law and family of Brunswick, Ga. Elzie .: .
Baldwin. i j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beach and family of Vidalia Ga., p -:.: : ...f.
Hamilton Gainey of Moniac, .Katsos and new baby. They will I Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Braddock .
Ga. is spending this week with ,I 1 be away for two weeks. and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I : "', ...
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his brother-in-lawand sister Mr. I and Mr. and "" ". \ .< "" 4
Commencement exercises were Braddock family, .J ," ./... .
and Mrs. Fjord Harvey. I' held Sunday night at the Baldwin Mrs. Albert Braddock and family, ," ;f\-4; ... J .. .,. -, ;:>;V' .
Harry Thomas; pf Lake Butler i Methodist Church for those attending :Miss Arlene Braddock, Mr. and
visited here Saturday night and Vacation Bible School. I Mrs. Cecil Musselwhite and fam-
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joa :, We are sorry to report that lily, Wade Saub, Mr. and Mrs. ]s.::"Now The Telegraph \\1'
Nettles and
and family Miss' Marilyn r[John Thomas son of Mis. Nora Hilton, Mrs. Beulah Sauls
! Thomas. i Thomas. is not getting along so and family Mrs. Chris Staffardand I ,; 'c { I It
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Trowel of I well. He is confined to the[ Mrs. Hugh Smith and familyof t I
Fort White visited Sunday, with I Humphrey Nursing Home in. Arlington Jacksonville Gene Braddock -i 4 ,-

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nettles and Miss on Shepard St He has of New York City Mr. and Mrs. Offers Y.B' ..
v ot. '
Marilyn Thomas. !had to. have_ his other leg ampu- Earl Braddock and family of ; 11

Deepest sympathy\ is extended : tated. We hope he will soon improve Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. : /, ','
to the family of Mrs. Charlotte lots. Braddock of Brandy Branch Mr. ,. !. .. .;
Stokes ", ."t- ....: .r .j:';". ,
of 'Brandy Branch who t F. W. Brewer left Friday evening and Mis. Cecil Long and family ;.'. : I I
passed away on Monday. June I with his son and daughter-in- of California and Mr. and 'Mrs. ,. c'.1....<

20th. Funeral services were held ;law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brewer (Jack Oliver ,and:! family of Pensa-

on Brandy Miss Wednesday Beverly Branch Watts Baptist the 22nd:!is Church.visitingIn at the .i I!I for They Mrs.Atlanta.Brewer will make He pack has their and gone move home to here.with help'cola.Mr.family. and had Mrs.as their G. W.guests Bell and for i iI I It ,makes little difference how your job of printing is done d :just j so YOU get t

Tallahassee!, with .her brother : Mrs. 'Gloria Brinson and family. dinner Tuesday, Dr. and Mrs. .
and ster-1 1-law. Mr. and'Mrs.. : Clayton Hill will return Wednesday Bob Gray and family of Jackson-

Linwood tives.Misses Woods and .other rela- I i where from he an has Avon been Park undergoing hospital -- ville ex-movie and "Red"star and Harper cowboy and who son .! !the best quality work, at the most_t economical price, in the shortest l length ..1,

Belva Lee Rowe and De-. treatments. played the guitar and sang with .
Laine Johnson spent last ,weekend -I tRoy dePratter of Eureka is Roy Rogers in the movies. He is I .. I '

with Mr. and, Mr* Bill Aim f I j I visiting. hia. aunt. Mrg,J. CL ,Hill, the evangelist at the meeting being of time.. .>'.,.. ..'';..' '-. .' ,- ", i!, ,.,.,.. : aJyn..:."-.. .. j. -'. ,.",. '. ..'Ll.-. I I I'
,and family,at their tflrlgsley> Lake Friends of Mrs. Bud Welch held.at the Trinity Baptist ,: ... .
Cf If'" '-" 'j''f' ", ". ..."--....,-.., and Mrs. Theo Taylor and at home and doing nicely after a Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons ; ... j. l' !; ..: f.f ,' 'y. .

family had as their 'guests last 16 day stay in St. Vincent's Hos- spent Tuesday night and Wed Jt\, .." .'. .(. .
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fiser I pital. They have now moved their nesday in Palatka and Hastings "'j ; .r '

and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brant- trailer to Macclenny so Mr. with relatives.vvvvvvvvvyv..a..yvvvI. ., A j !ti tt: : ;, !After serving the printing needs of the Community for almost 82
ley Fraser and family. Mr. and ; Welch can be nearer to his work. J. .
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Mrs. Pete Sizemore.. Mrs. Lois,i Mr. and Mrs. Everett: Higgin- .
the demand for
i ,: : years, The Telegraph has recognized increasing: !
Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil botham and family of Hawthorne ii jii---r j fJ. ,

Raulerson of Jacksonville Mr. visited relatives here last Saturday -i MAXVIUE *H I .. .. ,
and Mrs. Charles Fraser ofMuskeda. I and Sunday. .7 ;,. offset printing, in addition to the older process of letterpress.. Accordingly -

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Mr and Mrs. : Rev and Mrs. Billy Patterson ; '''' .
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Lewis Fraser of Glen St. Mary. I and family will leave after services By Mrs. C. 8. Nolan ,l" \ ;/;= we are pleased to announce that we have purchased. t the

Rowe Mrs.were L. Watts in Live and Oak Mrs.Sunday Eula i I home Sunday in Rome, Ga.night where for their they a WUAAAAA.AAAUruuAAAA:Mrs. Nettie Midyette and family H -.\ a" : : ',: offset equipment of the Offset Printing Co., formerly located t "'oh. .N.,

for a visit with Mr. Watts. i will visit with Mrs. Patterson's'I have moved to a new home on ' ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Avenue and in position to customers the
Miss Joyce Rowe of Jacksonville I Tyler Avenue in Jacksonville. .. ... Temple are now Qfferlr\ .
Gresham; and Mr. Patterson'sparents ; ::. "
is spending a week's vacation Miss Barbara North of Jacksonville '
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pat- I methods. .. .
both offset
services of and letterpress printing .
here with her mother, Mrs. I spent the past two weeks ; ILfA _: ; ,
terson. Patterson who has .
Bryan her uncle and Mr. and r. ;. : f 1
,Eula Rowe with aunt ; '
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been' visiting with them for the '" : .t- .
I Mrs. John North. .
Mrs. Floyd Harvey and family
couple of weeks, will
accompany -
and her brother Billy Gainey of I them home.A Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and : ultt
son spent last Wednesday in .
Jacksonville visited in Moniac + Jt
will be held at 7:45: : ,
Ga. Sunday with her parents, Mr. Friday supper night for the Sunday I Jacksonville as the guests of 1lrs.Cannon's .. Dick Beise, experienced offset printer, formerly
and Mrs. Satford Gainey. parents, Mr. and Mrs.I ,
School teachers and officers of i.

Mr.Quantico.and Mrs.Va. Ernest and Larry Robinsonof Pooleof I Church.the Orange Street Baptist I I Little A. Bornstein.Jackie Waters of Jack- : -t. .: employed by Offset Printing; ; Co., is ,now with Tfte

Hunter's Field, Savannah Ga.spent I Eighteen young people of Or- sonville with his is spending grandmother two'weeks, Mrs. .' Telegraph' and is ready to assist and advise you concerning -

last weekend with their t ange Street Baptist Church en- 4 V' "" .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raplh joyed a hamburger fry down at Dorothy Waters, while his motheris .' ; ; offset needs. A WO 4-3101
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f : printing "
Poole and family.Mr. I'the river last Friday night. visiting relatives in Savannah ...:. hi'. .r T" i your ,
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and Mrs. Angus Dowling Mrs. J. B. Cowart has returned I Ga. ...:, Ii', "t.. (... .
and family of Enterprise. Ala. I. home from a visit with her :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bales of .: 1 ; will place his services at your disposal, -

arrived Friday for. I a several days brother and family in Valdosta,I Venzuela have gone to Oklahoma >'. ; : -. : ';:, .

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countless million, as a ';{ :, printing needs promptly and by the Most_ economical

symbol and justice of that the reign freedom in a ; l4 c j (: method-whether letterpress or offset. We appreciate ,

'i Nation denceienowl8 hpge ffeareold1.indepen I i! t ; : 'being allowed to supply the printing needs offfce

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FISHIfSKrPUASURE 1. Shell Contest Crackers.is for Black Bass" Speckled Perch, Bream and : ON ALL FISHING GEAR I

Y .,, '! 2. Prizes will be awarded on the basis of weight only. I ,
;l 3. Fish must be weighed at an Official Weighing Station.. It Rods $$7.95 up sa
y 1 ,', 4. All persons entering Contest,must. .buy a Ticket prior '
WITH;QUALITY i i to fishing. '. : t I 1.i. $5.95up'
Reels .
j ; 5. A Free Ticket for next.year) Contest will be given for I i. $
f I -- EQUIPMENT jI Black. Bass 10 Ibs. or over; a Speckled Perch, 3 Ibs. or I .
over; Bream 2 Ibs. or over. -t i *; .'
i: Make Us Your Headquarters For ; G. Fish must be caught with rod andreel or cane. pole only. ,I Tackle Boxes $$4.95 to $12.95 ,
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I Fishing; ; I ,
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; ; THE STARKE-BRADFORD COUNTY Wide Assortment Of Lures
Reels Lures, Skis, Ski Belts, .

i Thermos life All Preservers, Your Outing Picnic& Chests Picnic,Needs, .l!J k CHAMBER I' OF COMMERCE i ; : JJc to $j.50 i :


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: 4th of JULY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. <
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:PAOL"' TWELVE $1tit11DD", bbfoitY Ti:}.iGili: t. STARKE. FLb1iIDA THURSDAY. JUNE: 39,. I960

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......Y..Y.T..YY.YT.Y..Y..Y..YY.Y.... 3 p. m. special service at First .......T..Y.t.y. ...Y9' come. east Quarter ("NEU- ) of the Southwest 1 Lot Band Instruments R. V Turner, Procurement Offi-

Born Temple Elder Flax Howard Mr. and Mrs. Neal Clements of Quarter (SWW), all in Section Bid forms and specifications cancer Florida Stat Prison.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED JZ,, Township i South, Range Le secured from the above office. P O. EX.X 221. Raiford Faa
pastor, music by the Junior Angel PINE LEVELtin. Waldo stopped by for a short visit 22 Eat containing ICO acres. iireet Inquiries to: 1/1& ,it 'i;>J9

CITIZENS OF ,BRADFORD COUNTY Choir Sis. Ruby Albert Fisher at with Mrs H. M. McRae Monday PARCEL 3
The Southeast Quarter (SEU! ) :::.-.::'- '---
the piano, Sis Ranch English, afternoon after a trip to Lake of Xorthwest Quarter (X\V 4).
By Ozora Shell chorister. At 8 p. m. evening worship a 8L McRae1aU11UUlW City and the Northwest Quarter (N\VV.;)
of the Northeast NEK)
will be held with the .
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by the pastor or his appointee I Section 32. Township 6 Sout .Range
Mrs. J, B. Levehs of.Plant, Cityis Cash paid' for good clean cot 22:!, East containing 50" acres. <
:Final Bites Announced NEWS members of the adult choir z .Ld5-L
ton No Khaki PARCEL '
rags. or wool.
I For Drtn..nin'lctim Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church and persons wishing to join are visiting Mr.. and .Mrs. J._ E. Bring Co Bradford County Tele All that portion of the North !

; Funeral'services for Bennie Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will asked to meet at 7:30 p. m. Wed- Brown of Starke and friends graph. Quarter of the Northwest QuarterXW
here ( i) of the Northwest Quarter
tfhelton Morris will' be held at 2 observe regular pastoral day and nesday night before the third (N\V 4) lying West of State Road _

IPm.. .Sunday in Allen Chapel A. Holy Communion. Sunday School Sunday in July. Mrs Bertis Robinson Mrs. Lamar Reddish' Heil- I No. 290' (in Section 5, Township. 7 SERVICE

M. 'E. Church with Rev. L. A will begin at 10 a. m. with Miss vice-president, would like bronn visited Mrs. Leo Henderson Judicial U Tile Circuit foart C.llrt Of Florida Of Tile la Eighth AuA 22 South:! acres Range, more or 22 less East, containing

Sampson, pastor. officiating. Fannie, B. Frazier in charge: to hold a business meeting before nd Mrs. H. M. McRae Wednesday for .Bradford. C w_tjI. Chancery. AT ITS BEST

Bennie drowned in Magnolia Lake Love Feast at 11'a. m. Funeral the rehearsal at 8 p. m... Please of last week. CASE >O. 12-887 The North Quarter of the Northeast -I '
Quarter (NEU) of Section 6,
shout 3:15: P-; m. Sunday when a o f Bro B. T. Morris at 2 p. m.: 6 plan now to be present and on Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marcusof RAO CUR. a Florida Corporation Township 7 South. Range 22 Hast: ,

boat containing several persons p. m. Holy Communion. All members time. We are glad to welcome Jacksonville spent 'the week- I Plaintiff, va Samuel C. Lane, containing 40 acres.
Arthur end with Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Al- : tt aU Defendants. GREETINGS: You are hereby 1 1 111 / 1 NI
rpsized. He tried to swim tobhote are asked to attend and Frank Parks home after Order ,ot Publication And Notice notified that a suit in equity has
but was unable to make it. bring a friend. Principal Eddie spending many months in 'arez. I To Defend been brought against yoi- a:.d each

Bennie was a recently sepa- Thompkins chairman of the France. He has completed the ilrs. B. M. Thomas' Brooker In The Same Of The State Of of you, aa defendants, t y Kafgo'!
Florida To: Corp, a Florida Corporation aa'
fated service man with a tour of Trustee Board. Paster Sampsonand number of years required by military children were visiting' her Edward f.. Truluek, and his wife plaintiff in the above entitled

overseas duty that carried him other officers are grateful to law. He was recently sepa- Barents, Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Lewis -,.If married: Edward C. Truluck, Court and 'cause; and that the relief -
and his wife.' if married; Julia sought In said suit,is to
Sunday. remove
(o Germany and France. He was all members and friends for making rated and is now a: civilian. He Vvjnn: and her husband if married; cloud from and quiet and confirmthe

a graduate RJE High School the rally a success. Captains resides with .his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mr- J. W. McRae en- ., John M. Geiger, also known as J. plaintiffs title to the above)
'ertained at their home M. Geiger and, his. wife, Amy Gei- described lands as an indefeasiblefee
last Sunday
'and a menber''of the varsity that have not reported the entire Marguerite Parks, nurses aid at get; John Alexander Graham and simple title thereto against the

?Tiger basketball team. He had $100 will be called upon to do soduring Bradford County Hospital. St.John's with dinner on the lawn. his wife If married; James L. Gates, I claims of yon and Bach of you: and
Those who enjoyed the occasionTere and his wife Katie II. Gates; you are ,hereby summonsed, Ordered
just completed his freshman year the month of July. We Day was observed by The .
Samuel C. lane, and his wife, if and required to file your answer ,
in college at Bethune-Cookman,I must get ready tor Tri-State Masonic Family last Sunday with : Mand Mrs. F. L. Con- married; J D. JIcL/emore and 'bis or written defenses to the complaintin

Daytona Beach.: Convention which will conveneat Worshipful Master Damon Dell nors Mrs. A. F., Hall and daughters wife. Susie B. McLemore; John It. said cause in the office of the
Carle, Jr., ilco' known as J. R. undersigned Clerk the Circuit
From infancy B: T had been a Edward Waters College, July and Most Ancient Matron Sophia Diane and, Deloris, and Mr. Earle Jr., and his wife, HenriettaD. Court at Stark Bradford of County, <<

faithful member of the Sunday 1822. We are interested in hav- Royal in charge. A fine programwas and Mrs. Barney Eggers and' chil- Earle; John C. Edie also known Florida on or before the Jlet day
J. C. Edie, and his wife, if of July; 1JSO, and to I
dren of Jacksonville. Mr. and married Jier\a copy
School and Youth Department of ing rendered and music furnished
a representative from was -
our ; Charles Roberts, and his wife. thereof on Theron A. Yawn, Jr.,
Allen Chapel, and will be greatly Youth LVyxirtment go to Ohio in by the Junior Angel Choir Mrs. Robert' Taylor and familyof If married; T. W Pitts sometimes plaintiffs attorney, whose addressis AQUA

missed. He is survived by his' parents July immediately after TriState.We Mrs. Ranell English reporter. Raiford Mr. and, Mrs. Roland known as Thomas W. Pitts, and : Post Office Drawer Tfl, Starke, POOLS"H' J
his wife, if married; F.; I. ilcCall, Florida; on or before said date, as
,. Theodore and Bernice Morris can do this if parents will Girl Scouts Melvin and children of Munson, and his wife'If married; Annie M. required by the Laws of Florida >,

; a sister Mary Alice, and continue to support the Junior The Girl Scouts have been organized Mrs. Sue Myrick., Mr. and Mrs.B. Mills and her husband, C. H. Mills; and the. Florida Rules of Civil Procedure All New All Shapes] _, _
J. M. Truby. and his wife, if married .;It you fall to do so a decree -
many other relatives. Hughes1- Church and send pupils to rehearsal recently by Mrs. E, J. M. McRae,,Mrs. O. W. McRae ;; John Wallace and .his .wife, pro confesso will be entered against and Sizes f
Chestnut of Gaineville is in' and meeting each Mon- Givens: Meeting is held each and son, Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. Ella Wallace: McKinley Wallace, you for the relief demanded
Horaca Wallace and Walter Wallace In the ,
Robert Mjrick and family"of 'complaint.
charge of arrangements. day at 5 p. m. Remember our Thursday night 7:30: p. m. in their respectives, if married; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that I
New Clark CemeteryAll sick and shut-in. Remember Sister room 22 at RJE. They will have Starke, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- Cary Coggine, and her husband this Order and notice shall be pub

persons with relatives and Lillar Littles who is now at Lo their first hike Thursday morn- man and son Gerald and Mr. John Goggina; Susie' Williams and lished once each week' for, four con-
her husband. Will William; Laura secutive weeks In the, Bradford
friends butted the New Clark well. She was a faithful memberof ing, to the Pleasant Grove com- and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and son, Whitmore, a widow; Anson Geiger, County Telegraph a newspaper I T

Cemetery art asked to meet thereon the Missionary Society. Pray munity and return on foot. They Rudolph of Heilbronn, and Mr and his wife; Martha Geiger; J. V. published in Bradford County' ,
Powell W. R. Kelly Dr. Tate Florida and having a general circulation -
July 4 ,and assist in cleaning much for her. E. J. Givens, re- plan several "Camp Outs" during and Mrs. A. R. McRae and son, Powell; Parish William Cay Robin within laid County. f

this burial plot. Those attendingare porter. the vacation period. E. J. Givens, Buddy Mr, and Mrs. Austin Fen- son: Bina :Mitchell; Lawrence D. WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk
a der and children Geraldine and Wall, and Lucrease Sumner, and of the '.Circuit Court of Bradford.
asked to bring plenty of 'toolsto Ebenezer Baptist Church. Rev. sponsor.
their respective spouses If.married; County, Florida and the real of
work with: flowers and shrubbery E. D. Robinson pastor, will hold RJE Alumni Organization James, and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Huldah Lennard; Ardel Lennard; said Court, at Starke Bradford AS LOW AS
Rev. and Mrs Alton Stephensand James Lennard and their spouses, County. Florida tats 13th day of
for beautification: and'grave regular service on Sunday start- All graduates of RJE are askedto if married; 'and Carrie McFashenand June, 1>60. '$2,000
markers or tombstones.Rev. J. ing with Sunday School at 10 a- meet at the school cafetoriumon children of Palatka were recent Eugene McFashen, her husband; (SEAL' OF CIRCUIT COURT) ,

P. Franklin; secretary of the New m., Supt. Henry Bryant in the third Sunday afternoon dinner guests of Mrs.. H. M; Pet Wise and her husband, Johnie I Sdl Charles A. Darby PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size
Wise Bradford -
; Ida Stephens and her hus- Clerk of the Circuit Court,
'Clark Cemetery. Movement. charge: 11 a. m. morning worship at 4 p. m. At this time the gen- McRae and Mr. and-Mrs. L. A. band, Gus Stephens, individuallyand County. Florida.
-- --- eral alumni association will be Crosby. as the Keirs at law of Cain Theron ';, Yawn, Jr. Keystone Heights 4305: No Money Down
Rev. W. E. Hall is in the Brad Lennard. deeeased; If alive, and if Post Office Drawer 791
organized. Miss Gwendolyn Marshall -
any of the above named persons be Starke, Florida '
valedictorian of the classof ford County Hospital. Ramon .Alvarez dead, then his unknown heirs devisees Attorney. for Plaintiff. (Collect Calls Accepted) Up To ,5 Yrs. To Pay

1960 brought the message-Sua- legatees grantors lienors, 6116! 4t 7/7
is asking all former students -
creditors. successors in interest, or -
from all parts of Bradford dav in the absence of Rev. Hall other' claiming interest
persons any LEGAL SOTICK ,
County and surrounding areas to Everyone is invited to 'Pine in the hereinafter; described pro Sealed bids will be received.d, in I TRIEST CONSTRUCTION CO.
perty by through under or against
Level Baptist. Church this Sun-
please attend this Procurement Offke: Florida State
very; important each such deceased, fend all other
organizational : day. There will Abe dinner on the persons claiming any interest in the I Prison, P. O. Box 221 Raiford,
grounds after the morning serv- property hereinafter described, by Florida up to and not later' than j P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights,, Fla.
1 American Legion Meetings through, under or against them or 10:00 ai!' nu July 5th for the.'vllow-
Post 314 and Auxiliary will not ice, conducted by Roman Alvarezin either of tnem and all other persons ing: 1

hold the regular meeting on Sun- the absence of our pastor." claiming any right title, or interest -
whatever in to the following -
day due to the death and funeralof Come and enjoy Rev. Hall' ,birthday described lands or situate In

young veteran Bennie Mor- celebration. Everyone wel-, ,Bradford" County. Florida, 'to-wit:
ris. funeral is scheduled ,the .
The II I Ten <(10)< ) Acres in the Southeast -,
sam? hour of the regular meet- I r Quartet 1SEU of the Northeast

ing.-P. Marhall, reporter.New trip to Camp Woodrest are urged Quarter '(NEVi) of Section SI,
I Township $' South, Range :2!:!! East.
to send their
registration to
Bethel Baptist Church
and more particularly described .as
Sunday School will be held at Misses Bell and Thompson, P..O. follows:
Box 98, Polk City, Fla.- Bus will Commencing Eighty Five (8n
the usual hour with Supt. Milton ; feet East of the Southwest Cornerof
Ellerson in charge. AU membersand leave Greyhound station, Monday the Southeast Quarter '(SEU) of Tlv.

friends are asked to support July ::11, 5:45 a, m. sharp. the Northeast QuarertE ) and
run East Se\en- Hundred Thirty
See, History the baby contest pow in progress This camp is sponsored 'bY'the Seven ((757) feet, run thence North
fin / to benefit Men's Day Rally for Children's Bible Mission. Eight Hundred Sixty Three (863): T w.1R w.w .
the 1)faking.Get ) feet; thence run .Southwest at an
the Church. Mr$. Pauline Marshall Summer Activity Program angle of. F Fifty-Two (52), degrees

the Complete Kkurer is in charge of,the contest.All The summer activity program Eight Hundred (800). feet thence
Southwesterly at angle of
members are, asked to help will ,begin its fourth'week on tgluven: Ul) degrees' Two Hundred

the baby "of your choice win.- Monday and will observe the .following eighty-five (285) feet to the pointof'heffinningY

P.l4.rshall, reporter.. schedule: I II The South HalfiS and i) of 'the

WestingQouseTable: Magnolia Lake DedicationThe I Group Swimming on Mon I Southwest Quarter (SIC\:) of the
Soutbeabt Quarter (SB'i), and the
grand ,opening and dedi- day, Wednesday, and ,Friday from I, East' Half cation ceremony will be held at,9 a. m. to 12:30: p. m. Quarter (SEVU! of Section'31. ,Township

Magnolia Lake on Monday July Monday, 7 to 9, p. m.. social l taining 6 South 100 acres.Range 22: East -4on.

TV 4th starting at 1 p. m. Rev. Otis dancing for pupils from 12 years PARCEL 2

Arnold, State Park Attendant is up- The Southwest Quarter (SWli)
/ of the Northwest Quarter (NWV.). _...-. -. -- .. .
inviting the public of Clay.Brad- -" -
Tuesday and Thursday, 'swim and the West Half (WV4) ,of the ,
to and all Here are the greatest Gulf Tire buys m Every Gulf fire
ford and surrounding areas Southwest Quarter (SWU) years
ming for Group 2, 9 to ,
a. m.
the Southeast Quarter -
_ participate in this ceremony. that portion of in size is available 'new
at big savings' during
12:30 p. m.Movies (SEU) of the 'Southwest Quarter every -_.. our.;
Plans are under way to obtain for both at 2 (SW( ) lying West of State Big New Gulf Tire Sale!
life guards for this lake in orderto groups p. Road No. %00. formerly known as
m. each Tuesday at the Reno State Road No. 13, and the South-
prevent further drownings.The west Quarter (SW t) of the North-
d d I for Theatre. i
lake is not unsafe non- -
Wednesday. 9:30: a. m. Re-
I swimmers unless you go out too
medial Reading for pupils with Asphalt Driveways
..= far or venture out in an unsafe,
= reading disabilities.
overloaded boat. Patrons are cau- ,
:- Thursday morning, Arts and
tioned by a sign that: There are '
c Crafts at RJE.Thursday .
no lifeguards and you swim at
afternoon, music and STARKE ASPHALT
your own risk. Rev. Robert Wilon -
free movies at Anderson 'Junior
I pastor of Bethel Institutional PAVING COMPANY
High. Lawtey.A .
Baptist Church of Jacksonville,
similar schedule ,will .be observed 213 S. Cherry St.
been contacted George
1as by Rev. -
at Lawtey with PrincipalC.
W. Lee. Sr.. to be the guest Phone.WO 9-2011 /7//I
C. Anderson in charge. Prin- j I
speaker. Rev. Wilson is an elo- lit
cipal Eddie Thompkins and Su-
luent speaker and will provide
pervisor O. Shell ate working at
rich food for thought for all who Evening S
RJE school. :The swimming lessons \
ittend. Plenty of places to cook Phone WO 4-1563
are held at Lake Whitamoreat
ind comfortable surroundings.Come .
Camp Blanding. The areas are -
out and bring the entire
Model I roped off and very safe Each -
amily on the Fourth..
staff member is certified by the
T-3500: Camp WoodrestAll N MJ jfE41frlr"
I American Red Cross for this pro-

pupils who have won a free gram. Principals Thompkins and JA: :1tNAlrN': < :

: _
NOW $$169E 9. ,Anderson are excellent swimmers "- '

Need A and serve as lifeguards.. Parents!

ONLY Terms are urged not to become ,disillusioned -

CASWater } ,t by the unfortunate inci-| G lf Cushion fln-

fc New "Power-Up" Picture and Performance ,* f dent at Lake Magnolia. We have
Right-Up'Front Controls had this program in operation for

five years and have not had a rt
Removable Filter Glass HeaterSee
single drowning. Let's look at the

# ,* 21"* 90 Aluminized Picture Tube e record and support the program.

*. ', *Mahogany on metal limed Oak grained finishes Pupils they need can to protect know how themselvesif to swimso $ 95 -;Wide, flat tread d

I lr HQJnRP j they -are in boats that turn S

Burt antenna JU GLASS-LINED over. There are no boats used in
swimming'area and pupils are : Non-skid I design

In power, performance and pleasure, this WATER advanced in deeper 'Water according '- .

table.TV is a model of value.Value is based HEATERS to their ability to swim. Theyare ''_T--. Hillil &- e Black sidewall tube-type

on quality and quality is attention to i under constant observation. 1. ,

detail TCUffao .Starke Clubs '-

The Starke Young Men's Club .''Size '670* 5"t plus tax and recappable fro( .l

i Im.w e ,JL srfgnltI just recently organized, has Ru- l 8wiebrcdd -- y j

fus Riley. Jr. for reporter Fiesta 1 -
THE BIGHT TIME TO BUY Has got him boil Si
...IS RIGHT Club has selected Mrs. Pernella He just forgot
NOW Need I new water heaterf Cummings;' Carnation Club has _
r You can OM a genuine chosen Mrs. Alma Jenkins. No l
*YOU CAN BE stinghouse *
t PWlAGLAS-d th. reports have been received from Your home Is where yon spend

Many Other Appliances At Low Prices bflf-tefttf A. a Smith will these only representatives.publish reports Your In.editor the most of year life., Therefore: you

r #33 niitf-far! as fittfetJ : future that are received directly, want everything, including your

SEE you'd expect to pay fcr ; from the group reporter. AU, news plumbing, as perfect as possibleWe

'' should this office by 4 p:: are ever at your service in
III ordinary water heater.:. reach

;\ KEEL -" .'---",-- m. Monday. Due to the summer Case of 'emergency. Call us anytime -

.." DONat pwg lake duty reports will go to the of night' "or day. k

Telegraph office before 9 a. m,

,NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLYFOR As Low As 75.50 each Tuesday. The same is true

:of church reporters., Please get

.your news in on time. t

I TV SERVICE AND REPAIRS North Florida I Heroines Of Jericho ,

The Heorines of Jericho. Ruth :& ,
:Court No. 18 are' requested 'to lGC s'fPI/C T(XA'd'fRYI F- -

Supply I meet at the Masonic Han at 4 p. Get New Sate Gulf Tires avatBiavo s J

; m. on Wedneday July 6, for a 1 t f

i 222 Temple Ave. general election.". Please fail not "5 SEE YOUR NEAREST GULF DEALERS

; 222 N.; Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-2113 Phone WO 4-21 IS This is a final notice by orderof

J. M. A.;.M Sophia Royal .

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