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: July 7, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Julian C. Yonge

U. of Fla. Library History .
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: On Space Dilemma I
Highway Patrol Station, Dedicated

This new Highway Patrol Station north of Starke on u. S. Alachu, Union Baker and parts of, Duval and Clay counties.CpL Citizens, of Starke, may,' in the County Judge T. A. Yawn-failed The Commission made the -decision Long says. This office is noisy

I. .301 was dedicated :Thursday Jun 30, with a flag-raising 'ceremony Carlos Musgrove Wilt." be, supervisor in charge. .near: future, 'be able to expect reduced to secure immediate' solution I I Tuesday July :5, in a joint and offers no privacy to persons

and open house. Following, the flag-raising, the station The new station is equipped with teletype. system: whieA. electrical rates on homeapliances to.his need for more office space meeting with the School Board who desire to discuss their tax
even though he told the County and the County Judge. problems ,in private." But, Long
,was officially.opened by .Charley E. Johns H. N. Kirkman send to any other station to such as' water heaters ,
enables an operator to a message : Commission that his office often states, his problem is not as push.
state director of public ,safety and Senator-Elect Edwin Fraser thanks to 1:1 The Commission is to look fur- '
the state in three minutes. All messages must go through \ anl air-conditioners, becomes so crowded there is 'liter ing as the county judge's and he
of Macclency ,(left to right). The station went on the air on a ther into the situation by pollingthe
in :Tallahassee. City Councilman Ruby Johns. ally no room to move." can get along for: "two or three"
,24-bour.ba.sl Friday, July l .1, and is serving troopers Bradford. FHP Headquarters
1 At 4 ,the regular Council meeting ,The County Commission, after occupants of all offices in the ,years. yet. >.

Ti- stay. July 5, :Mrs.. Johns hearing Yawn state his case and courthouse as to the adequacy of The dilemma now faced by the

Market.Sa1es.UpT brought up the fact that residents considering the future space needsof their office space. Most of these County Commission is one of finding

: EoirthOfJllIy [Defense Attorney of other cities get 'reduced all occupants of the courthouse occupants state that they could more office space in present

rates for' appliances which run decided, to postpone any certainly use more space but could facilities or of building a new

more' or less continuously 'when immediate action in favor of a get along for several more years courthouse by passing a bond issue -

1dE.t: But .Farm Prices: in use. She asked the Council if plan of longer range with an eye with their setups.For since no funds are available

Quizzes Sinclair it would not'be possible for the : toward more space for everyone.The instance, Tax Assessor Gene now for construction,of a new

city; of Starke to offer such rates building. The Commission apparently -

: YetBylawpen !Still Way% DownSales to its citizens. is not yet ready to face _
DeWltt.- Sinclair tenses which .led to their con
superintendent I
"Our citizens have the right to Pledge t to Hold Line On Millage the prospect of attempting to
of Raiford State Prison, was still finement In the maximum securitycell demand- the same thing that peo- pass a bond issue, and yet it can
Bradford lawmen can the recent on the witness stand Tuesday, block.. 'I at the Starke State in find no space in present facilities
ple other cities already have,
1 Fourth tf July Weekend' one of I July 5, as the civil 'rights trial The offenses ranged from refusal -, Farmers Market through' June :1I! Johns stated. "Many people' Given By Determined Commissionyear. that will satisfy anyone.
the Calmest they've ever seen. began its second week in U. S. destruction of 30 totaled $199,340 but Market I
to to
work I have air 'conditioners'and cannot j In his urgent request for more
The county escaped with only! District Court in Jacksonville. Manager N. D. Walnwrighttermed'
: I afford to'turn '" i Judge Yawn stated that
prison property and included cursing 1 them on, she I space
Very minor while the' I the prices farmers received -
I one accident Defense attorneys for the 14 I .
Bradford County business in his office has trebled
_! .rest |of 'the country exceeded its ,former guards at Raiford ham- ,and threatening guards with I for corn and pepper "too said.Mrs. Commis-j ;t.
sion began work on the Sheriff P. D. Reddish stated the since he was elected in 1953..
'death toll. | physical attacks. Sinclair related : Johns predicted that if
expected the lack of rulesin bad to publicize.
mered on 1
away '
fiscal budget Tuesday, increase was necessitated by a i Yawn's present situation Is the
The alngle 'accident: occurred) effect at the prison's maximum that one prisoner, James D. Brown I The market shipped out 7590 electrical rates on such were not 5'1
with a pledge to hold the line general increase in the cost of I worst of any occupant of the
July 3 Negro, cursed Guard Melvin Mc- and 7,934 reduced that many people would .
I Sunday afternoon. CpL security building during the summer bushels of pepper millage.; living. Food for prisoners costs courthouse. _
I Carlos Mnsgrpve of the Florida of 1958.Sinclair Kinney. When McKinney attempted crates of corn, far more than last switch .over to natural gas to I
Chairman H. A. Jr. said than before he said. The
Bishop more '
I There is in which to
no !
Highway Patrol l reported.: Mus-, admitted that he madeno to remove Brown,from his cell, year, but Wainwright said -Wednesday heat, and cool their homes. She space
some services would be cut, if sheriff said his biggest item as "
groveUtated: that the accident was special rules and regulations Sinclair, said, the 'convict,.,struck July 13, that he doubts said; it would not be fair toStarke's put even one more filing cabinet,
to prevent an increasein far as up-keep is concerned is the
necessary Yawn states "and
no place1nwhich
very minor,; .and u resulted. only in for discipline in the maximum the guard\ in the mouth. .knocking if farmers made anything ontheir. residents to have to buy the tax levy which now totals automobiles for deputies. These a can talk to the
a few.bruises.. security building until Sept. 15; him down. ,- ," .". .crops., new heaters I to switch over if person
r 41.75 miles. cars, the sheriff said must be judge in privacy.!
'The'mishap occurred at the 1958 at the direction of Richard the city could afford ,to give ,
Sinclair added, \hat'another County Agent George Huggins One of the first budgetary [I kept in first class shape in orderto : '
B'ft: G Truck' Stop south'of Starkeon 0. Culver who was director'of the prisoner.slipped, .blackjack" Yrom stated that the volume of cropsin them electricity at reduced rates. moves by the Board was to give j withstand road conditions.The Tension from the cramped

301. Tb.e cook :at the truck State Division of Corrections in McKlnneys pocket when he fell the county was the largest !:As long'as the cit: ,yean produce county road employees a five dollar sheriff also stated' that'I crowded quarters and the 'noise
to, turn ,oft the .electricity it should try to makes the office personnel nervous -
atop slowed up, I.Tallahassee. and tossed it to Brown who then anyone could remember in 10 or raise per week across the crimes in the county have beenon I
highway and was ,hit from behind A of for all sttuck McKinney over the head do it as cheaply, as ,possible," a wrecks by the end of the
copy regulations 12 years. He said one reason for board The Commission also okayed the rise. He predicted that next stated
Yawn said. The judge
by another car. state penal institutions that had with it.Other. the ,low prices, farmers, re eiy. determined Mrs. Johns told the2p1ci.1. I two weeks vacation each year year the case load will be heavier I I day state
I that parolees from
Law officers credit the lack of Mayor Billy Jackson
been introduced as evidence by the personnel records revealed was the lateness of the, season ? : with pay for all road employeesafter than ever before. Reddish added
slated'that I I prison could talk to their parole
accidents to the the city's electrical I
etyjprecauUon government was read to Sinclair, that some prisoners threatenedto and the resulting competiUohfrom they have been with the that the largest increase in his
but that
officer in office
taken by driver! 1A'r obeyisg.epeed For; gross infraction of discipline, I kill guards; engaged, ". fights northern states. pjan$ could produce'? three ,timesas"ingch county for one year. I! budget is a $500 rise in the fund citizens of a private Bradford County were
laws and passing ilywbeiit1ieywere the regulations called for solitaryconfinement. with :electricity as it is pre- for
other prisozierrobbed fellow The largest single item concernIng investigations..
But Huggins-said, no one )knows forced to conduct their business
sure H was sae-o, do eo. Sejptiig,.doing{ with, the same labor.
inmates and that one prisoner, there is such difference budgetary matters was the The Recreation Department I almost .in
exactly why a with the county judge
the _
also: credit .
They, safe'drivingto Councilman: Gift:,Hazen
tnitwere Sinclair i testified there wasonly Raymond L. Butler,. murdered a ,in the prices farmers'receive pointed !. Commission's approval of the presented its 1960 budget to the jl the street. "- '
thepatrol: car* : on one cell in the entire prison that cellmate. ,': put that one expense would bet heriffs budget for the coming Commission for approval. The department -
and prices in the
highways! 'of the ,/county storey fipr Yawn stated, at the meeting,
the : .; !
could' be classified as: a solitary B dell also drew from Sinclair a instance: Huggins said cjjjU necessity of putting in 'sepa year. The sheriffs new budget received an increase of to _
throughout the weekend i that he knew of no .
Sheriff P. D. Reddish reports !Confinement cell. That cell 'was in statement that.. the 'case.history* of watermelons sell for 98 cents rate meters 'for' each :appliance totaled $62,150.50; this Is $1- $110 in its budget over last year. the problem but that it had been _

that Ala 'deputies kept ,the read ,the flattop, an old fat' roofed the prisoners he reviewed were each in a, super' m iket' in Jacksonville tt'carried a reduced rate. 188.55 more than he received lastItarke I Its budget; came to $3,352; that suggested that some arrangement

-- hot and ?HP Trooper A 8.-Maul- punishment. building:that.was' renovated typical of all of%the 105 Inmates ,, ,but- a Brad" org farmer Mrs. 'Johns made ,the alternative'lugsestioh'that I I amount includes money to buy could be made with5 the school

din stated, .that he was* on theioa4 after! the maximum security who were trai feiTed' to,the' maximum -,i receives only'' three-fourths to one : a flat: 'rate $ Woman, I equipment and to construct playgrounds board. One'.suggestion -wai' !|hat \

over,.the. entire wekeid.t' building was opene1L security Cell when it poenedon -I cent per pound for his melons. of. tot;much* : per month. ,be. cbi' ed j r in. Saratoga Heights and I..County".Scfioor:sUpt. "H' t n n '>. __ __

_ f :..A.ecoldint.tq..ncord&.*la.; .;the_ ... !*ldJ! ,; 6euard( .Mayy2&jia53All ...- ., ; "- :'Hqgelns,,said, that in the same foxCeach' "appliance.*. ," .as:; is' FightsL[ 4qie l Reno'. t Aforglci(;:WoVe Wi officeS to We'U.SA _
County,Judge's/office there'were Capt. James Henry";Dunn about, of theia'had-beert. 'pv1 igj I-super market corn .was seQr) >,| done' in fsome'places. ; :A budget .was also approved forjthe building across from the ____

- 'F 27 arrests'made lot speeding" over, using handcuffs 'as)". punishment the guards trouble-ever: since they two; ears for 15 cents? One farm-. During the warmly debated is- JTheyre going .to take my lands Bradford County. Health'De high .BchooJ. _

J the long weekend.. 'V\w\ tnonswe'rre8ted.'r for inmates of the maximum security were incarcerated 'hadn't theyfBedell er In Bradford County sold, hjjs \It City, .Clerk Merrill Edwards sure as, anything." Mrs. Marcus partment. Dr. A. Y. Covington Morgan said moving to the _

:improper: pawing I ;, building.- asked. .: corn at a:, road vside, stand this ported out that ,electrical rates Brown told the City Council county health director, stated that U.S.O: building would not be as _
"I told Dunn that handcuffs Sinclair. for two cents Irish in :Starke were already I' the deparment wished to keep its
,- twoor driving. without a using "Yes declared year an ear. cheaper Tuesday night July' 5. easy as it sounds. He said the
license and one; for reckless was bad, and it could cause Bedell announced Tuesday,:'that potatoes were' 75 :cents' for; three tjEdfl? 1 in most Iaces., Mrs. Johns Mrs. Brown was referring to the millage the same as last years. building is full now with thllschool's _

I dr1vInI trouble,* Sinclair said! he had completed his' (roS8- x- pounds in the super' market, 'b'u answeratf 'him by ,saying that narrow strip of land between the I The 1,33 mills would give the 'department DCT program, two super

I ,Trooper Mauldra" termed the But Sinclair ,insisted his reportt amination of Sinclair as the a Brooker potato farmer is lucky most rates may be ,cheaper but Starke Post Office and .the'building -' an increase of $1,434.58over visors offices, education classes, _

weekend -'tJ. e 'lowest Fourth' I'Ve I Culver merely quoted Dunn's trial was recessed for the night, to get three dollars for'a hundred people<<;:"still pay 'prohibitive priceson which Dr. Seymour Marco last year since a mill this storage space and ,recreation faci _

ever $e n." He said that hemade monthly, reports on custodial 1 affairs but the superintendent was to pounds of Irish potato heaters 1and. airconditionersthat occupies. :Mrs. Brown owns, .the year brings in more money due lities. Morgan also stated that he _

no-arrests: and issued only four and he had no personal take the I stand again Wednesdayfor Huggins stated that if,'farmers operate more -or less con Marco building lso. to the large tax roll. The Health would need a vault in the U.S.O. ___
this will receive '
warning tickets on the Fourth, knowledge of the type of punishments re-direct examination by government could 'get '$?:.00 per crate:for corn tinuously.! The reason for the disturbance Department' year in which to store school records.
' $11.698.92.In
although the. road 'was',"loaded" "which were meted. out tothV. attorneys. and .$1.75 for pepper they could- "It 154, up to (the 'city to figure Lit that the U. S. Government is I This would be a very expensive

with traffic. '" .:rebellious prisoner make a little money, but would;! CUfair rates,": the lone female thinking( of condemning the land other action, the County I proposition, he eaid.

.Sheriff' Reddish stated that his The: superintendent, under Defense Police Dept. To never get rich. Farmers, the. member. ,the Council stated. to use for a"Post .Office" driveway I Commission accepted the tax roll I II Another suggestion was to move

department,had stepped'tip their Attorney Chester ,Bedell's county agent said, would rather The Council Agreed that. people -I The Government has asked 'Mrs. I I as presented by Tax Assessor the judge's office upstairs in the --

patrolling of :the highways since prpddings, admitted that the use Clamp Down; On receive steady prices such ,as tills :; should be encouraged to use I Brown to price the narrow strip Gene Long Long said that, in I courthouse to the outsized circuit

the county suffered, the" rash of of' 'tear gas on individuals or Beer Can ThrowersThe for their ,crops rather than have electricity, and that 'they shouldb of land between the two buildings I his opinion, the roll did not contain court room. Yawn said this wold

.. fatal, accidents'.recently., But, the groups of recalcitrant prisonerswas alternate 'good'and bad. years. able io get it as cheaply as but> she does not wish to sell the a single gross inequity, 'but .not be satisfactory because 'ids
I th'eifffsaid.. jdeptitjes', were ,kepton an accepted practice at the Police Department has possible. land and was' seeking a way to I that he would welcome residents older clients would have troubl?:,"

the road'even. more' during. last |ime- of the 1958 riots, and I even been receiving: pumerous complaints Rabies Clinic The Council decided, to look prevent the condemnation suit. I with to talk him.over their tax problems traversing the stairs.

Weekend. today. about beer cans being into "the,'situation' City Attorney/ Arch Thomas Jr. Supt. :Morgan voiced the: same
and to
Reddish credit the presence of Sinclair spent most of Tuesday thrown from ,cars onto city A rabies clinic for the vaccination plans of'other,cities study asked Mrs. Brown if she might -The Commission. also voted to objection to moving his offices
to see what
I patrolcarsontheroidwithbeingI reviewing the personnel files of streets, Chief Riley Sweat stated of dogs will be held Saturday, can be done. like to sell the land to the city. .t close the road to the scenic sink upstairs to the courtroom as did

major' factor la keeping ,down the 21 prisoners the government Tuesday. t July 16, from'10 &;in. 'till 12oonat Thomas stated that the govern- hole between Graham and Brooker. Yawn. Yawn replied that Morgandoes

accidents. He stated that "no one contends were tortured and abused Chief Sweat warns that 'the police -' 'the city' light plant 'in"Starke, ment can condemn anyone's land I Container Corporation had filed. not have.as many visitors as

can be sure what to preventing by the 14 former guards now 'on force will henceforth be on All ,owners of dogs are asked Sheriff.Requests for public use if it adequately a petition to close the road, Clerk. does the county judge.

Accidents: but :adde. dthat his department the lookout for such offenses 'and by the County Health Departmentto compensates the owner for it. Charles Darby explained. Also, Circuit Court Clerk Charles

is .taking every precaut, trial.He was asked specifically to review the culprit will receive 'stiff have their dogs 'vaccinated at, Old Pictures But Thomas said, he did not Darby stated, a group of residents Darby stated that it would cost

tion in an .effort'to, cut the accident records of the prisoners' of. fine.. this time. think that one governmental L bad filed a petition to keep the about $18,000 to convert the court-

rate.Lake Sheriff P. D. Reddish U interested agency could condemn property of I road open. However, neither party room into offices. Morgan stated

,in obtaining pictures of past another such agency.. was present at the meeting to I that a vault would also have to

I Geneva P. O.. : !' sheriffs of' Bradford: County and The city, Mrs. Brown stated i protest the Commission's decision -I be built In the courtroom.

I' Now Third Class', requests' that anyone possessingor should have an
knowing, any picture of any land since It. has electrical lines was explained by the Commission I declarations that he need

: Wm. E. Baker, postmaster, an- of the following,past sheriffs send along the alley. The telephone the road was being usedto space now and not later. Com

nounces that the Lake Geneva the picture to him at, ,the Bradford company, she. added, ,also has lines reach Container Corporation's I mission Chairman Buddy Bishop
I. along the alley. l' property near the sink hole. Cat- would like to
post office advanced io third __ County tour ouae.: said the Commission
I ; Do The Council suggested that Mrs. tit and deer were being killed en provide him space but the problem -.
Claw on July 1. The requirement The picture* will'be returned.
Brown give the. name of the governmental the property, Darby said. Is whereto get it.
for ft third casa 'post office is -t' r Past sheriffs reRolandTomas;
official with whom the The Commission also accepteda
that annual receipt must be a I _. -k? .- Jj : 1859-60;; R. W. All occupants of the courthouse '
I, .1 has been corresponding concerning platt on Indian Lake near Keystone that
to a long range
minimum $1,500 or 'orer. ) Jones, 18t162S.. Watkins stem agree
T. ,
Baker said that o-j1i'! ,five boxes. .I: :: !It t L 1S62-65; iRoland$ ; 'Thomas. 1865-74; the future .of"the property to I on the road between SH.. plan to completely renovate the
Atty. Thomas 10' that he might 100 and S.R. 21 on which Key. courthouse would be the wisest
are swl'ava1la.hle out 'of ibV: T2 t- __k c. "L.. Shepart, 1874; John Hall,
_ that, .were -originally ,Installed.k '. ', _______ 1875r; "W W, Tumlin-1877-85; G. find out just what the Government's stone Club Estates proposes to 1 I course. But as the situation stands.
-:' ." I- __________ \V. Emjersoii.: 1885:JL W. Enner- intentions may be. build homes. I now, Judge Yawn is still badlyin

; :'; '; son, 1886-88; E. W. Epperson, yn % need of space and the pro lem
Your _I 1
TENT REVIVAL; 1 __ 1889-90,* D, LL 'Ahrarel, 1890; P- : -- .. .. is still in the talking stage.

S. Crews!* 189O93E.? : ,E. Johns, ._:y -
: : ;-1 1893- 7i; S. B Denmark.. 1897- -- Former Pastor Of :
Conway Airpark
: 1901 E; Ev Johns, 1801-05; J. A. Local Methodist .. .
JUflC26-JUIYA1S I I Self --- Bennett,, 1905-07 .J., W.-- Langford I
1907-12; S. B.;, Denmark; 1912-17; I Church Retires

Vff J. Epperson: 1917-36; and A. La ? I .

CHARLEY WADE' O. ,AndreiRevival i936-49.. .., ., Pev J. B. Hill, pastor of the
i ',' : Methodist Church at High

Evangelist :: Begins At c .Springs for the past four years.

I and a former pastor of the Methodist --

Sponsored By G, dara Baptist. Church : Church in Starke will re-'

Young. Gerry Corbett sits atop mouth transmission to install in ble in building the machine Cor-I 'tire from the ministry this year
HIWAY 'CHAPR. *. this homemade tractor on his !the tractor, and so,.'like a car. it bett said. Instead of ; A revival' 1'"win tiegin Monday {and live in Orlando. He and Mrs-

Assembly of God father's farm near Heilbronn has three forward-speeds and one I steering wheel the tractor, is i, night, July'. 11,, at Gadara. Baptist ; Hill will have' a modern masonry

Sprin reverse. The rear- ncr.of the machine steered by the long pipe that can Chsrch near' Florahome. Rev i-7r, --- L home. sutjplied b7 the Conferences<
came from a 1940 Dodge. be seen sticking by Gerry's tlofilms fronT,-Vsnetica. Church t' Church.
The tractor, built in five years I up 'Board of the Methodist

This Contributed time by T. ,J. Corbett. Gerry' Corbett said he cut a foot off I shoulder To turn, right you pullback win asdst'the' pastor*.'Rev. Smith. : i':4 Space spar?
is by nine each end of the axle.The I on the pipe: to turn left The' public,!, is Invited. : .:i& Hampton St. Orlando. ;
father. powered a
Weekly to Publicize machine runs on a system, you push forward., Corbett says Li -. : Mr. Hill vfco was 65 last De&

Brents horsepower Briggs and Stratton of belts from the drive shaft to. the stick'won't jump out of your iyExms : \24. Is eomp1e ml 31 years In the-

Community by engine. Corbett was working irTa the motor. The springs seen, hands even when going over the \f t-- i'ministry.He and his wife win

machine shop at the time he sticking up above the top of the i roughest bum & Driver' ncense! pxuminatinng LOOK MA SOME FISH spend part t of the summer at

THE COMMUNITY built the tractor and used it to occupy tractor are used to keep tension! Corbett says if the little tractor are" mow, given:.e cli- *Thursday at Julias Kowatch of Starke and L. C. Robinson of lakelandare : !! their cabin in the mountains
himself in his spare time. He in the belts. Corbett. says he I had regular tires and chains in the new- HIghway; PfLtrol Station near Franklin N. C. and later
I IhowaitI, 12 biaek bass caught last June
STATE BANK built: the tractor. ,Corbett said would use chains Instead of belts i stead of belts that it would compare instead' at the" county court- they Wednesday this he will do visitation

__ just 'for novelty's sake anti to see if he had the job to do over. j I to a Faraall for power. He house.". ; .: 4 29, In Doctors.. Lake:': at Doctor. Inlet. The largest fish weighs work year in' Orlando in connection

_ ,. OP STARKB'. if he could do it. Getting the linkage:right in,the I has pushed off cars and trucks The examinations ,trill be given eight and ii.-fourtpounds. The bass were caught on black with Cos Memorial Methodist
Corbett cut down a 1938 Ply steering fave him the most trou-! with the little tractor he salcj-' all t4 dayrout'j 9 &m- until 5 .pan ee1I Church en South Street.

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-, -- Beth and Mike McQuaIg off I .. Mr., and.Mra. Harlow Treaeott -Howe Twining has returned to Lamar Williams underwent a Linda Jean Strickland celebrated books of the Bible was demon
jl jl.1' Waycross, Ga. are spending two I and family of 331 'Nj<* Myrtle he University ,,Hospital in Gainesville onsilectoray; at Bradford County her first birthday' last Thurs- strated as they sang with ease
weeks with their grandparents, ;avenue haTe t traoved $o 809 -.Win for further treatments Hospital on Tuesday of last week. day evening at a family supper the books of the Old Testamentand +
'I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. Chester SU Daytona Beach,.where 11 z J. M.; Vickers left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. ,Jimmy Blanken- party at the home of her grandparents their classification
-.1'.1'I I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and Mr. Trescott has been t>rOTfloteflvta Jrunswiek,' Ga. where he has EhiJof' Jackson Miss: spent ,1 Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. ', Miss Phyllis Martin showed Interesting k
I daughter, Andrea, of Jacksonville'District, Mai'tager *f: the 'pajto j betn transferredv.' ty' Hercules Several days last..week with Mrs. .,.1rs. Ada Alexander ia c medical slides of the Missionarywork
spent the weekend with her parents branch of the Southern Standard : Powder CO...His family will join Markaret Blankenship and family patient in Doctor' Hospital : in' Quito Ecuador.At .
.O YOO YYiw. I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rich- Life Insurance Co. him in 'the near ;iuturfe' Cookie Mathews has returned ).Ir. and Mrs. Sv G. Denmarkand the close of 'this service the
Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher:{ :. :L. R>'Roberts of Lake Butler from two weeks at the Dixie Jean Vickers spent the weekend group' went to the annex for refreShments -
__ L arde.Mr.. and Mrs. Ed Thompson Jr. and children returned Sunday was a. Tuesday visitor of Mr. and Twirl-a-rama at Emory University .at Silver Springs. and singing of chor-
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: and daughter of Skiatook OklaJ from a month in the Northeasternstates Mrs. Wesley Andrews. ,- Decatur Ga. : Mr. and Mrs. James Adams of uses. An impromptu speech was
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of Mr and Mrs. G. H. McCall of arrive today to spend the weekend on business and visiting ,Mr. ah&Mrs. JS-! Cole and .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hayward Akron, Ohio were weekend guests made by Fred Sacher, and Rev
Memphis Tent are occupyingone Pompano Beach and granddaughters with Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Thompson j relatives. Mr. and UrL Sam Cole and Springfield Ohio have spent the I iof Rev. and 1oIrs. Bob Badgett, Clarence Dibble sang a hymn as
of the Strickland cottages on Beth and Mary Alayne Mar- Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs Marc Heron; !of. daughter of,La Grange. Ga. were past week with Mr. and Mrs. I CoL and Mrs J. L. Mundorff his testimony.
Kingsjey Lake for two weeks. tin, of Deerfield Beach were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Worth Newbernof Jacksonville: spent the weekend. bekend guests of the J. L. Coles. Eldon Mathews.Mr. ;. and'family of Arlington, Va. spent The meeting was presided over

Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- ing Mrand Mrs. Jesse Newsome I Gainesville were Friday even- with his parents, Mr; and Mrs. .,'. Mrs. Doris Carlton and Miss and Mrs..J. D. Warren and I the long weekend with Mr. and by the sponsor, J, T. Quigley.
gomery and daughter, Janet the first of the week. ing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I W. F.. Herlong.Mr. Connie Kelly flew Martinsville. family spent the weekend at Daytona .Mrs. R. E. Mundorff in Starke and -' ..
spent the weekend at their campon Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strickland. W. A. Stern on Mr. Stern's birthday and Mrs. Arthur Minetta, Va., for a. vacation with Mr. and : Beach. i at Santa Fe Lake. .: -- ::*=": -;
the Suwannee River near of Kingsley Lake had as guests anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Caruso, and ]lre. Joe Lazenby and family. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Denicke and Attending ,the Christian Church I
Mayo. during the weekend, Miss Mar- Frankie Hardy is visiting his. Mrs. P. D. Loudon and children; Carlton visited relatives In Geor- son, Pete and Bill Horton of Decatur -.I camp near Ocala this week are
Mr. and Mrs. L H. Outlaw and jorie Strickland of Atlanta, Mr. cousin, Carl Motts, in Palatka this of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. giav while they were away. ,.Ga. were Friday to Monday I Olivia Goodman. Stevfe Denmark. I Fl.rida
family visited Mr. and Mrs. B. and Mrs. N. P. Riccardi and sons week. Frank Weaver of Williston were S. L Pee6, Jr. and Terry Walters guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. (..
S. Outlaw Sr in Jacksonville of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mr. and Mrs. J., E. Hildebran weekend guests of Mayor .and j were in Dublin. Ga over the Chapman. I \
Tuesday evening. Moyer and Mr. and Mrs. J. G- and family and Charlene Hardy Mrs. W. T. Jackson at Spring. weekend to get. Mrs. Peek and Extra Bobbins save lime-Stock\berger Josie Strickland, ,Stephen,,
Moyer of Jacksonville. Mr. and I spent the weekend with Rev. and Lake. children who have been visiting ftp with Stnrer Bobbins at Den Pre att. Ann Sherrill, and Larry

Mrs. Richard Bernhart of Or- Mrs. L D. Haines at Altamont i Mrs. Fred J..Miller of .Jacksonville her, mother, Mrs. W. H: Holland, mark Furniture Ce. U;Williams. I j TheatreSATURDAY
lando, and ),fr. and Mrs. Sidney I Springs. spent the weekend with Mr.i for two ''weeks. Mrs. Holland Mr. and Mrs. Don Spencer and ', Mrs. Hal Hand, Mrs. John
returned -
I II I Strickland of Lake City.. 1 j i Mr. and Mrs. Carl White, Jr. 1 I i i and Mrs. P. D. Fancher;. to Starke with them for a I children and Bob Spencer of .Torode Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. 1 I'
Singer Machine Needles;land family of Miami were I: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy" nd visit Po way, Calif were, Friday and ;WayneHaines and Mrs. Jerome'.
I I II family were visiting Mrah4 Mrs. Saturday visitors of 'their sister, 1 Johns of the Junior.Woman's Club ,
THE YOUNG BRIDESRALLV at Denmark Furaitur Co. tf weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; Barbara Sue flarksd ale is spend-: JtJLY'91st.
I Robbie Shaller at Kingsley Lake. Frank Stokes at Crescent. Beach Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., and family i attended the workshop of District]
j ingthiS.We; k with her aunt
VERY SMART, Cindy Strickland spent last I. "Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox of on Sunday. Richard,May, Homestead :. The Carters also had as weekend i Four Florida Federated Woman's I IJ FeatureThukIdw8sa"rebel.
week with her grandparents Mr. backsonville and -Mr C.: Hoppe of Mr. and J. B, I Clubs SoutJ side
SUE COOKED()() WITH GAS Beach were weekend Mr C. Mr. .and Mrs. R. S. New and guests Mrs. Spencerof J at the .
and Mrs. H. W. Moyer in Jack I Tampa spent 'the weekend with Orlando. I Club in Jacksonville last woman'.1
of Mr. and Mrs.
guests Guy j
RIGHT FIWM THE START I baby of :Washington,. .D. C: and -
sonville. I Sale :Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs J. Mrs. R. '$. New,' Sr., of States- Beverly Chapman, is visiting day.! > .. ....-
l- Bernard Sullivan of Cocoa is f Mr. and Mrs. Bud Monk and W. Kincald. Mr: Kincald returned boro, Ga. were weekend guests of Dottie Dayton in Largo this week. \ I' .ut th5y.couldn't: hang

\\ n spending several weeks with Mr. |il family and Mrs. Thelma Steele of to Tampa with the.Boppes fora Mr.and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddockand I At The TabernacleThe { .
41 v and Mrs. 1,. H- Outlaw. I. Gainesville were Fourth of July few days. Mrs. Pauline Torode was 'in family and Mrs. Titus Olson 'I' his, .soul,. )I ,
..dPYROFAX Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of i guests of ''Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. Hogan Smith entered St. Orlando from Thursday to Monday visited Mrs. George Huggins and I 27th anniversary of the -
Auburndale were visiting their Vincent's Hospital on. Monday for family at Jacksonville, Beach last I
t I Mr. and Mrs. H, V. Mooty and visiting her daughter. Mjr. Mission Hall and Tabernacle was I ,.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 1,. Law- three sons of Miami and Mrs. observation and treatment: and Mrs. Lewis Hieatt. Mr. and Thursday. I I 1 t '
observed in the Tabernacle audi-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thelma Batchelor of Orlando were I .Attending Methodist Youth Mrs.John Torode and family Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and Mrs. !.
Cogdill over the weekend.Mr. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Camp in Leesburg this week are the long weekend at the Torode spent Lula Mott returned Wednesday :,'torium Tuesday night, June 28. i 3/
and Mrs. Barney McRae i Harry Mooty. Rev. H. O. Boyette, Ernest Jenkins cottage. on Kingsley Lake from a week's visit with Mr. and In addition to instrumental and -
and Gwen Lewis, Mrs. A. K.' Thomas in Miami I vocal numbers, a special treat
visited Dr. and Mrs. B. E. McRaein Mrs. Nelson Green was called to Emily Mr. and Mrs J. P.Dill of Starke
Lake City on Sunday. I Fort Campbell Ky. on Friday Charles James and Donald Thompson and Milton Dill of Jacksonville Mrs..J. H. Moncrief is confinedto j.I was the singing of the Nona ParkChildren's r

The Sarah Lawson Beauty!when her daughter, Mrs. Oleeta spent the weekend in.Statesboro, Doctor's Hospital with a broken Bible Class under the ,
GAS Shop will be closed July 14-20 for Hardenbrook, underwent hand Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton of direction,of Mrs. Florence Hippie. I Ii Ii
Oaf with sir and Mrs. Oscar arm received when she fell in The children's knowledge of the
vacation surgery. Melbourne are visiting his mother,
GIVES Mrs W. E.; Middleton.Mr. Hendrtx.. front of the hospital formation and arrangement of
YOU Midshipman Henry M. Rich- Judy Krieder of Palmyra, Pa. ..
arde Jr. is home for 30 days!Us spending the month with herI and Mrs. ,H. S. DuVal, and . i- It&s
SO MVC43, leave from U. S. Naval Academy, I uncle and aunt. .Mr. and Mrs. F. children of Columbia, S., C. were
Annapolis, MO. I W. Graudon. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the week- Lester Crews. t11E1n000Ci .AtauieaKAR
Miss Frances Landrum spent I
MORE HEAT the weekend in Brooksville with I end with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Judy Cauffman is visiting Mr The Bradford
2nd. Feature
and Mrs. Harlow Trescott and ,
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Collins in Pelham, Ga.
family at Daytona Beach for two
FOR A. Landrum.Mr. Replace year old gvwtnr machine -
and: Mrs. Ned Yancey and belt with a new Sinter Belt weeks ,? T, frui:
I ,:Mrs: R. L. Wood: Mrs. Mae
YOUR !DOLLAR family were at Silver Springs for from Denmark Furniture Co. U :.. ,
the weekend. \,Jones and Mrs. Jennie Mae P.etree'
Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove i of Jacksonville were guests from
Stephen Tilley is visiting his I Springs, Mrs. Bill Beck of Wednesday to Sunday of Mrs. W.. County .r elegrapb ;'
ASK THOSE WHO uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.I. Hendersonville, N. C., and Mrs.C. E. Middleton and Miss _Madge
USE PROFAX Dewey Warren and sons in Glen- D. Williams and Mrs. 1,. D. Middleton. They all enjoyed a trip. I: .
ville, Ga. for two weeks. Phillip
I Green attended the funeral of on the West Coast.of Florida.
Warren was visiting Stephen last their uncle, John Dees in Mayo Mr.- and Mrs. Clay Dover and

week. I i Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Dover: of -. '..... .- .. {tfI.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion and Mrs. D. A. Montieth of Gastonia, N. C. were Monday \: ,ft." .:.. -'-, ,
and Mrs. Lola Garbett and: fam- Fort Lauderdale, :Mr. and Mrs. morning visitors of Mrs .W. i. ',' .:.:.tJ:. Cartoon DRIP ALONG DAFFY
,ily have returned from a two Joe Montieth and son of Jacksonville Middleton. .',.", .: .
'i weeks, 3200 mile trip to Texas, and Capt and Mrs. R. E. Mrs. Bill Morar Panama'. City .: SUNDAY & MONDAY

s Oklahoma, Missouri, .and Kansas. i Rhodes and sons of Biloxi, Miss spent the past two weeks. with j ; ; : incites to seethe July 10 & 11
jue j t Twenty members of the Intermediate I are spending this month at the her parents, Mr. and Mrs,, H. A!. : you
119 S; WALNUT department of the Methodist I Alvarez cottage on Kingsley Lake. Lawson while Mr. Morar was .
Youth Fellowship enjoyed.\ Mr .and Mrs. Zack Crawford at Cam .Stewart; Ga>: -'*.,. *?'"I ", :, ; new- i WEt R"r'_ 4 iYtlt.ttilAl .
I swim party and picnic supper. at i land children of Gainesville spent Mrs.. Bessie Faxon; and family! : j jY

Phone WO 4-7551 I Strickland's Landing last Thursday -. the past week with her parents, and H. J. Waters "and.. family KO Tkti}
evening Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. spentthe 4th of'" July' vacationon -r: .

J Crystal Lake; Mrs; E. ''J: Flynn BurroughsELECTRIC ; O2iDOE If

spent Sunday 'with Mrs- Faxonin 511 ti0h6 ,.' ,w

i r G.Gainesville W. Baisden and Miss Mar-I TEN KEY;

_ tha Holliday of Jacksonville wereweekend 'I ,

guests bt..Mrs Effle 4hLPNEBtUE.!
t \ COLOR hreewxe..IdwWk to**)!*
Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
WANTS FULL VALUE / Mr: and Mrs. Juntas Smith ._ ,
e AND ,I'LL FOR HER City us ii and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bishop!
ELEP HANTS,t MONEY. T/.i Meat MarketFRYERS went the down weekend.the Inland' 'waterwayover <--L-' ADDING July 12 & 13

PFC Raymond StefarielU Is on
::: .
Tif '
: ; two weeks .training mission at \
tl ..
Fort Stewart, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs- Henry Stefanelliand '4 MACHINE I
with aI.e.K_
family spent Sunday .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert StefaneDi uAwsi.cirINe's 'mEY .TERRY DAN
; ,, : .: 1. + ,DURYEA
in Gainesville.Dr. '
and Mrs..R,. S. Mullins and : l .Eye" latest. far tte. IIedn'DItI: e U krill Z\lCSlIITI\ fIac c1Lp

Mrs. Drew Reddish and .families t. ..-.!fIDeM. com- .. Mis PLATINUM.IIGH .
spent the weekend at Cedar Key.
I Holiday visitors of Mr; and TeD IeiM( 1I.18W! BtanaTieB' ; } SCHOOL

I Mrs. H. L Speer were? Mr> and lltrMt .
c I Mrs. E. Speer of Ochtochnee,-di.I J --.mmMIMIEUX
Mr. and Mrs W. N. Dose of I
I Pahokee, Mr. and .Mrs. Francis SEE THEM TODAY 6.fANNAYTWIIIY.Cartoon .
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Cross Jr and J. K. Baker of I
SMOKED{ BACON Belle Glade and Charles Maxon .).C PUOIAL\ I : FUDtiLTS: BCDflET; :

_ of,Miss Canel.Mary Point.Harley and Carl : ONLY $199 PLUS TAX'' THURSDAY & FRIDAY.

FRESH PICNICSMOKED I LB. Utsey of Dorchester. S., Cwere July 14 & 15
last Tuesday and Wednesday & : '. : ..: ...
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guests of Mrs. Alice Anderson. c.v; -, %
,:,, .mull eumr.
v :
_. { SAUSAGE family Mr. and spent Mrs.the X.Fourth M. Smith ai SantaFe and .. : Tfie Telegraph/ Takes Pridein l ,. ..\-....-CPJUU t IUWtD.0.

Lake 1\\.1U..
as guests of Mrs. Coy '
Cheshier. announcingthatwe .
Mr and Mrs. J.. T.! Pollard.of ? 1 ........WMNUl..oa.In.E .
SPARERIBS 1320 Searing Street,and Mr. .and : _.ath now franchise dealers i for the -..- BETTGER HONir .
Mrs. Fred ; -.
Taccia of. Rt. t, Bo* fOOII y _
_.OXl.I P r W M1 WIiIAII
1 45F.houses.' 301 The North Pollards have.are..moving traded fain: u"s.Burrougfis! line of,Adding Machines/ -- .y---rrcwor--..... y.ry -..... III

END CUT PORK CHOPS S "lb. 39c I cias home.to the are Taccia moving home. into'and the the-Pollard.Tee manual 84 or' electric' "i ; -- full keyboard, I or ten-key. SEEHUCKLEBERRY-

't..fOk Miss Maude avers-of Miamiis .It's tIi testt ,
visiting Mrs. W.. N. North. .
Larry Cole ''is fpenflin* the t..jM l-il-2i jfe;:., r :j,. .

K"B BEE E E F SAL L E siste/summer Mrs.in Toledo James" ,'Drier.Ohio with his_ ., .,If.-' : ,,- .".- 1.- --.'.-.", ONLYjj3' : : ., ,

i sfciJ Puft1w ae; tadet .t Miei ,:, plus tax. :. pjfi;

MEAT STEW Ib. S9c BBISKETSltl ik 3- i c: Sewing Furniture Machine Co. 14 efuD- tj i. -. ". .' ..' .-.'. '.. the .

Friends of 9 at
Nat S.- .Danel wijl}}

regret to team ore' death oJ t 1

ROUND STEAK RIB; STEW I 3'e.PRICES H HWE his father.. John Aaron Dank t cLORIDATHEATRE I -
69 : 72, of. Brunswick, Ga- on s July4, All Burroughs AddingMachines

Funeral services, wereheld Julj .
5 in W ycross. Ga..Ampng those Unconditionally

attending _the funeral were.jir,
and Mrs.. N, 'S.Daniel andfamily. .. ThN Guaranteed For One Full l JIlL? t1, 18 & 19
Alt r.J Rev. and Mrs..'j. fc.: 1. abrJ,

Mr. and Mrs. JW.. Faridn,:. TI'-NRIFTLI'NE Yearl I -" Sponsored by the ,
r James W. AbelL: Mftcfc :. "
: .Williams. lawevcxr tuxaorWTCStO1MMG I,
STOCK A COMPUTE LIKE OF GROCERIES J. R. Taylor! .Dpyle Coaper.:4rl I. ./ :rA rBKS .f : I I Starke. Lions Club

M. Vickers. abd J. A.:: tee, aM1s ., I lei_... '.f .; t i1 j .. .
1 1 I J.IL Vlckersjuiachildzai 1 4 : "Garlllllil! -1 help Some! One To See

are visiting her psretttt.'itt i.rid 3 I y1AcMaY1W1 n XI 1.y1 -1A! : .':. .- r"
Mrs. A. G. Bowen, in .Folislton. i -, / by buying a. h
Ga. for several days L : orvi Fif! 'Seryic&f6r First TwWvrS M'orifhsr \i': .
'. ... Ticket '
GOOD.FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT M and MrsRoniid Aridceai .' ,' ; -.- : .' -
OPEN. 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AJM. TO 9 P.M..r and s&h are spending. &Q "weii '1 TERMS TO RATED FIRMS- From any Lion +
at the Vaun cottage at?!feystan;
Heights I -. ,_..- ..- .. .
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THURSDAY, JULY: 7. 1960 ___ .# --
-- -' OTICK; OK I\TC\TIOX TO i 1X0,. at 'Starke, Bradford County>
.. V-H ,. '" ,. 1_ Sylvia Paulk | Bitch Family Vernon Reddish REGISTER t'lCTITIOlSVVME I, Florida.
: : Notice ia hereby given that the I 7/7 4t 7'8' e
r I II Feted At Two +' iV Holds ReunionAt Honored At undersigned: under the provisions, .
*f Cwatuer SOSJ! Laws of Florida
I I Parties Last WeekMiss State FarmMr. Bachelor. Party \("t.. of 1941, wilt register with the SEE
.. a Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and CYPRESS '

Sylvia Paulk bride-elect, 1 3" $ and Mrs. H. Ml: Richarde Vernon Red:fish. bridegroomelect ,,r receipt Bradtord of County proof of, Florida publication upon

feted at two lovely parties in I of the State Farm entertained at ,, was honored at a bachelor jf this notice the: fictitious nameof .: "
C Memory. Method Box ii!!. Starke GARDENS 1
I the past week. 7 a family.reunion on Sunday July party Tuesday evening in the Fla.

Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. 3, at their 'home. Pecan Room of the Garden Restaurant Xed Wilton Johnson. Pox 1, Rai- e 4 VKar m slim"" 1 ui

Gladys_Mooty... ., .... ., ,..- W. Kincaid entertained at a buf- Lt Those present were Mr. and ford Fia. sole owner. I i: lkrta1UpiL3.USp 7I
I. ... I V M Dated this 7th day of July, A. D,:
p- The dining table for the supper
fet luncheon for Miss Paulk last Mrs? J. H. Hitch Mr. and Mrs.S. : I

Thursday! at the Beasley home R. Johns, Randy Johns and party was centered with a blue --

\Ion N. V/alnat street. t :son, S-;gt. and Mrs. Tim Warren ut glass container with summer

1 Mixed summer' flowers in at- Jimmy: Ritch, all of Starke. flowers and flanked by matching! I! '

r trac.ive arrangements graced ilrs. Zack Crawford.and children decanters. Place cards markedthe 1r

a points of Interest in the home for )Gainesville,' Mr/'and Mrs. seating arrangement.

the occasion. The buffet table lamilton Ritch and granddaugh- The nine guests included Mr. r "

was covered with a cutwork lace 17 er of Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Rea-ish's: attendants, his father, G J j

,cloth with insets of Alencon me- w j rr 4 'ta lerbert A. Durden, Mr. asi Mrs. Sheriff P. D. Reddish, and Dave ,. tf

I dalion lace and centered with an 3ruce 'Durden and son, and Mr. Paulk, father of the bride-elect. I l MILK

ant inue Dreden! bowl holding nd Mrs. Jerry Grinter of Jacksonville -

double English daisies and pink T Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Saftey Measures ir

-. carnations. Balancing the ar- } Booras and family of Miami, Mr. _

: I rangement candle holders were in shapes pink porcelain of roses and of Mrs.Jacksonville Lyle Buck std and daughter Henry- Sought For Kids ., .f SSe L

holding pink tapers. The guests q i
; Md.
; Richarde of Annapolis
r",, were seated at three card tables At Ball Games .
.;Ji Present on this happy occasionwere r.
l&.. where bridal place cards marked
; 34 members of the J. H.
i 't II' .... the seating arrangement.
., ... Ritch family. All were present P. T. Nolin, elementary school
;; ."..',,7. .1.""...";.,.("; I The honoree was presented with and xcept six members.T.elegraph principal who lives directly across > .. = Eggs Bread
;. .I a pink carnation corsage the street from the Pratt Street
.f', a personal gift from her hostessesas Ice Cream
t. Playground, appeared before the
'\ '. :\\.l' 3 a memento of the occasion. Employees City Council Tuesday night July

The twelve guests includedMrs. Party At Matthews 5, to seek safety measures for A '$3 Cottage Cheese
Dave Paulk mother of the ,
''' .' Lake children running across the street lackadaisical tad
'fj'" bride-elect and: her sister, Mrs. ,Kingsley Cottage
Or lassitudinous lass
ball a Juicefl
f ,-,.. .. : ; .- '" ," during games. Orange
;" Ervin Andrews.
( d milk
nt mere
Noun told the Council that
: ... Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewswere
'"'. .;
.}, .. ; To make the tlatf.
I 11.-; y.r, '':' I Mrs. James Rowe of Starke and hosts to the Bradford County children dart from between cars peppy .
." ';,,. Mrs. L. A. Brown, Jr. of Jack Telegraph office staff and parked on the street during ball

r sonville gave a bridesmaids ) their families at their annual games. He said the situation was ..

luncheon for Miss Paulk in the Fourth of July picnic at.the Mat- :dangerous and that something' -"'
," should be done before a child was t
thews summer home on Kings-
E' Camellia Room of the Roosevelt -
,.I 'P Jacksonville Satur- ley Lake. hit by a passing car, instead of .
Hotel in on I
and belatedly taking action after it J SII ...
Swimming, boating skiing;
day.The r is too late to prevent an accident. "
I luncheon table held a 1 were, enjoyed during the afternoon -
; rMyrna The Council discussed the
beautiful center arrangement
and evening and a picnic
& -I a pink heart, love birds and supper was served on the patio. sibility of blocking off the section -
: roses, and peonies in shades of Lou Dolan Approximately. 20 guests enjoyed of Pratt Street by the ball dia-
I mond. Also discussed the
I pink. Bridal place cards marked Becomes Bride Of this annual affair. .
'1 the seating arrangement. f possibility of parking cars in
honoree William V. RobertsMiss front of the jail on Broadway
with the
t i Invited to be
I were Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Miss Sumners Celebrate Street during ball games.It .

'a. V Judy Dankel. Mrs. Randy Johns. Myrna Lou Dolan daugh- I 50th Year Of MarriageMrs. was decided that Mrs. Ruby The New Scripto .

p j Mrs. Stephen Kelly of Jacksonville ter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Johns would contact the Recreation -

.., Mrs. P. D. Reddish, Mrs. R. Dolan of Stamford, Conn and Doris Phillips and Mrs. W. Department as to the best

I I! i\ R. Andrews and Mrs. Dave Paulk. William V, Roberts, son of Representative R. Gibson entertained on Sun- ,I measures to be taken. The Council -I Business Line Ball Pens

1 : t I''The hostesses presented Miss : and Mrs. Clarence A. day, July 3, in honor of their decided that the Recreation De-

1 Paulk with a silver salt and 'pepper Roberts Jr. "ot Lake Butler, were parents, Mr and Mrs. A. C. partment would best know how
...; .:.:'" :: shaker set as a remembrance united in marriage on Saturday Stunner of Lawtey, who were to handle \he situation, and that and RefillsFOR

of the occasion. morning, June '25, at 11 o'clockin celebrating their 50th wedding since the situation was createdby
Patricia Pellum Weds James F. CromerIn the Church of St. Cecilia, anniversary. the Recreation Departmentit
I Stamford. The Rev. Januariu is their problem to solve anyway ALL BUSINESS WRITING
Street Church
Madison Baptist At noon a basket dinner was

"ux Martinelli, S. A., a personal served on the lawn. Later in the .
The Madison Street Baptist tered with a white orchid. friend of the couple, performed afternoon, the anniversary cake

Church was the setting for a I Miss Carolyn Pellum, sister of the ceremony. was served with iced tea. Catholic' Camp t! only 25c eachREFILLABLE ,

lovely wedding Saturday, June the bride, served as maid of honor. f..s Escorted by her father, the'I The guest book was kept by To Be DedicatedDedication {
18, when Miss Patricia Pellum, bride wore a full length gown of Mrs. 'W. R. Gibson.
She wore a gown of romance
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred- off-white satin with sabrina of Camp St. John
erick J. Pellum. became the blue silk organza over blue ,taf- 1 neckline and terminating in a Ninety-six guests were presenton i will be held Sunday, July 10 from !
.occasion, including theSumners'
bride of James F. Cromer, Jr., feta and carried a bouquet of cathedral train. The fitted bodicewas '. 2 until 5 p.m.Archbishop.
seven children and
son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. pink carnations.The t y fashioned with Alencon lace I I Joseph P.. Hurleyi
3. their families: Mr.and Mrs. Arvin
Cromer, Sr., of Ocala. Rev. J. H. bridesmaids 'were Miss ; with scattered appliques of lace A. 'Sumner of Jacksonville: Mr.1 i will dedicate the new camp, whichis with Refills lOc ea.
Mabry performed the nuptials. :; d.i on the skirt and train. Her bout:. located at Switzerland, Fla.,
Neena Harrison and Miss Mary and Mrs. Aaron A. Sumner of .
The altar was beautiful with fant veil was attacne<1 to a rose east of Green Cove Springs. The
Ann Crom r. Their dresses and Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Crocket C. ,
palms, candelabra entwined with I ",'. j cluster of Alencon lace and she camp is affiliated with St. Ed- BLUE
flowers were identical to those, of Sinner of Tampa: 'Mr. and'Mrs.
carried wards Catholic Church of :
fern, arrangements white a sheaf"of calla lilies. Key-
the; honor attendant .Carolyn Winton P.. Sumner of Palatka; Church' I BLACK
stone and St. Williams
gladioli, and-magnolia" foliage: Crews junior bridesmaid, wore a L r Miss Mary Edna Curley of Mr,'and Mrs. Robert S. Waldronof
Mrs. George Canova, organist, I Brooklyn, N. y was maid of honor. Starke. Father Cornelius
dress .of romance blue with puff fetarke; Mr. and Mrs. "WillardR. A.I RED,
nuptial music as the Other Dougherty, pastor of St.
played attendants were Mrs. ;Gibson of Ocean and
sleeves.Jack Way; .
guests assembled and accompanied Geisinger served as best kJL1Bernice Robert Sullivan of Riveredge, N. Mi-?. Doris.Phillips of Lawtey. is the director of the camp. i i FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS
John Cooper who sang "I J., cousin of the bride; Mrs. Jos- I. All members of both churchesand
I man and the ushers were Fred- ,A so present to congratulate their
invited to
Love You Truly," "Through the eph Letta of Bayville, Lon glsland are
I ;
of the Mrj and Mrs- Sumner
erick Pellum, brother were their
Years," and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Philip of Yonkers bring picnic lunches and bathing
Karpinsky. -
bride Morris Price, and Pete many grandchildren, great grandchildren suits. A New Olympic Pool will The most economical
Given in marriage by her fath- N. Y., and Miss Carol Ann ,
Fambrough.Mrs. ..! other relatives, and be for the day.
er, the bride wore a floor length Denk of Lynbrook Long Island. ,
Pellum chose a dress of Privett guests.
of white parchment taffeta attired In devised.
gown They were similarly writing ever
lace taffeta for herdaughter's
mauve over ,,
fashioned on princess lines. The Becomes Bride Of full length dresses of white organdy IB The Couatr Judge'* Court Of
wedding. With this Madison St. WMUCircle Bradford County Florida
bodice of lace featured a scal- over pink taffeta, with In ProbateIn
she white SmithMiss
wore accessories and a Walter E.
loped neckline which came to a matching cummerbunds. Their Re: Estate of John J. Cowart
pink carnation corsage. 2 of the Madison Street deceased.
deep V in back. Mrs. Cromer of the Bernice Privett becamethe headpieces were Dior bows with JSOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
mother Baptist Church will meet at 7:30:
Her fingertip veil of illusion was full face veils carried persons having claims or demands -
bride-groom, wore a light blue bride of Walter E. Smith in a and they p. m..Tuesday, July 12, with Mrs. against the estate of JohnJ. COUNTY
attached to a circlet of pearls lace dress over taffeta v.ith white double ring ceremony performedby cascades of American beauty Ewell Lawson, ::414 N. Water St. Cowart. deceased. are hereby BRADFORD
and sequins and she carried a roses and English ivy. notified and'required to file their
accessories and a pink carnation Rev. T. L. Howe in the First Circle 3 will meet Tuesday at claims In the office of the County
bouquet of white carnations, cenISUMMER corsage. Baptist Church of Lawtey on The bridegroom had his fatheras 8 p!= ,m. with Mrs., Neil* Tucker, Judge of Bradford County Florida,
in the County Court House at
Following the ceremony a reception Friday evening, June 24, at 8 best man, while ushers were 1207 Bradford St. *- Starke Florida within eight calendar TELEGRAPHMONEY
was given by the bride's o'clock. Sidney Fortner, Marvin Pritchettof months from the date of the

_ parents in the educational build- The bride Is the daughter of Lake Butler, James Dolan Recent Births the first same publication will become of this void notice accordIng or-

OTA ing of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Melson Privett and brother of the bride, and Harold 1960.to law. This, 6th day of July,

After spending some time with the bridegroom is the son of Mr. Laubscher of New York City. Bradford County Hospital announces First Publication July 7th, 1960.
COLD their guests the couple left on a and Mrs. Paul Smith. :Mrs. Roberts is an alumnus of 'the following births: /s| Orene P. CowartAdminietratrix of
wedding to South Florida the Sacred Heart Academy,;and of the Estate
trip ,
: The chancel was decorated Mr.., and Mrs. Wayne Wall of John J. Cowart, deceased.,
I and are now at home at Palm with an arch of white gladioliand graduated from st, Vincent's Hos- Hollis V. Knight, -
TAKE 2-- pital School of Nursing in New Starke, a daughter, Rebecca An- Starke, FloridaAttorney
fOt: Bay.The greenery, flanked on either nette, June 24. for Administratrix
.< bride chose for traveling a side with pedestal baskets of York City. 77| 4t 7.28
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Smithof
symptomaticRELIED blue and white print double white gladioli and white chrysan- Mr. Roberts attended the University -

6 6 breasted dress with white accessories themums enhanced by palms and of Florida where he wasa Marie Starke, June, a 28.daughter Diana WHEN

and the orchid from her candelabras of lighted tapers. member of Sigma Alpha EpSilon -

--. bridal bouquet. While the guests assembled, fraternity. He is associated Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Brant-.

Miss Charlene Hardy rendered with the sales division of Pan ley of Starke, a son Donald Earl YOU

nuptial music and accompaniedMrs. Atlantic Steamship Corporation.After July 3. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Coursonof I
Wilbur Andrews, who sang a trip through the" south- ,
"0 Promise Me" and "The Lord'sPrayer. ern states the couple will be at Starke, a daughter, July 5. NEED.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Rhodenof
." home in Jacksonville. W.. .
gars Baldwin, daughter 5. X
Charlie Smith, brother 'of the a July

groom served as best man. The Baptist WMU IT !

drive your i ushers were Robert Norman and Holds
I Macel Pauley. Meeting F.V ;.i ,

) way Mrs. Robert Norman attendedher Tuesday, July 5 J V VV.:
1 sister as matron of honor. TMEAT ""! :Hd.nrV, .wfl
to LOWSR She wore a gown of pink chiffon The monthly meeting of the STARKE Hk" $600 *

over starched net and taffeta, WMU was held"Tuesday, July 5, ai;, :4f N *

1 auto featuring a fitted bodice and ballerina in the recreation room of the First SUN., MON., TUE. .N For Any Worthwhile Purpose :
length skirt Her flowers Baptist church
July 1041-12
insurance were small green chrysanthemums The Executive, Committee met I DOUBLE FEATURE
tied with green ribbon. at 11:30 a.m. with a covered dish TAXES

rates The bride, given to marriageby luncheon at noon. Business was Solomon and ShebaYul UNPAID BILLS '

_ her brother George Privett. presided over by the president Brynner Gina LoUobrlgida MEDICAL EXPENSES
chose a wedding gown of white Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Ethel Biggs I t
Chantilly lace over white taffeta Circle had charge of lunch and .
styled with fitted bodice seal- the program.' "BOMB.V of the Jungle CASH PURCHASES V

lopped neckline and long sleeves Mrs. A. Russell Norman used Johnny; Sheffield, Beverly Garland I ETC '

I believe 1 can shew you how you/ can save ending in points over the wrists. for her topic "Christmas in July," | Plus Color Cartoon
The skirt was a full waltz length. using a white poster representingthe
on your Auto Insurance costs with a wonderful new As her WED. THURS. .July 13-14 A fife insurance prop a-
only ornament she worea spirit of good will in the cen- Service With

PLAN OFAUTOJNSURANCE called NA$P. pearl necklace a gift from the ter. The targets were love, peace j 1BLETURE_ ID starting education BOW for-can your assure child. : Prompt

groom. A tiari of seed pearls held wonderful counselors, and Jesus Separate Tables' Contact your Life ofOCOl'lia
her short veil, and she carried the Saviour. Assistingv"with the Gin
Rita Raywqrth, Bart Lancasteri agent today. ProblemsSTOP
white chrysanthemums centered Mrs. L. A. Money
program was Payne JOUr child tiooditartia life.
- CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY with an orchid on a white Bible. and Mrs. George Anderson. PLUS -

Immediately after the weddinga Money, Women

reception was held at the home 1m'J St'R; NCECOMPA.Y
and Guns
; of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith. Arrangements was surrounded with white glad- .LlfL
e ti tn&Jtm
iCoaw 1 wkrt wee *
yw of pastel shaded summer ioli, chrysanthemums and fern. Jack Mahoney' Kim Hunter

flowers were used throughout << Miss Ruble Lee Johnson kept | PillS Cartoon ;" OFGEORGIAJULIAN I

the house. The bride's table .the bride's book and Mrs James -

PHONE. was covered with a lace cloth and E. Starling cut the bride's cake. FRL, SAT., July I&16 E. MCRAEAgent : .

WO 4-0121 V 'a i adofd centered with a three-tiered wed- Mrs. George W. Roberts presided \ DOUBLE FEATURE TOWN FINANCE CO.

... ding cake topped with wedding over the punch bowl. j"The Mummy" .
131 S. Walnut St. NAP / bells. Around the base of the The bride and groom are both
WO 4-2541
: Peter Cashing. Yvonne FarneanxI Home Phone 144 W. CALL ST.
cake was a ruffle of white tulle graduates of Bradford County '

Starke, Florida. with white gladioli entwined with High SchooL They are now at I I ..Cow: Country! 1317 Blanding St. Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, F1a.BRADfOItU .

01 white chrysanthemums. The home in an apartment in the EdmouIt'O'BrJeII. Helen Westeott Starke, Fla.

punch bowl In the living room Smith home. I




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editorial. I S Farmer's Diary enough, it was.salty 5 ; I I Bobby Conduct Crews Revival To At !'I II I' At V AREZ' STORE Established)lea's Clothing 1894_ I i

Hog raisers who are wondering: i
h By Sam McCann about raising hogs on concrete I Gospel Tabernacle -

Kennedy Or Johnson? j of World War II i may be interested in this figure- !' ROUND
pump Vintagej j jiiiied :
According to experts, you haveto Evangelist W. R. (Bobby!
( : it with water and dump- $1628 hundred to BIG 0 ANt.E
get per I
On the eve of the Democratic National Convention in'' ed in a lot of, 25 per cent liquid '!break ,even, if you .try raising j I Crews will begin a week of meet : ANDSQUARE ,

Angeles .Senator John Kennedy has raised the dander i DDT. Sprayed: the trees good;swine in that way. j ings at the Gospel Tabernacle ![

of fjhe.parfys'! pixie wing by his reported suggestion that f fI I and if that doesn't work," we'll as''we've 'I II 5S II I starting Monday; July 11, and : EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT :
other insecticide
try some ,
he,pvpuld not welcome Southern support to win the Democratic I I While down at the Wekiva continuing through Friday. There (
had no luck at all with1burning I
presidential nomination. I I ; the pesky;:; ,things out of1 I how River:to we cut had out an the explanation"hearts of ofpalm" i j will be special music each night. I American Legion :HaO, (StaM) i
Some observers believe Senator Kennedy might later: (the trees. i Mr.: Crews is a native of Brad- i
used for a salad. It sound
regret his comments, while others think he has enough.\I II I II I I Jr like an awful lot of ,work to Xis.I ford County and is the son of Mis. I i

support in the bag to capture the nomination on the first I Ii :, There still are some 'gators out for the amount you get:out of a I Stafford L. Crews and the late 830; TILL -

ballot in spite of Southern coolness. 'i Tobacco growers are busy cropping i in Do..ling Lake near Raiford according -'palm tree, sowe'll just go right I Mr Crews of New River. i' I
i tobacco now, and from whatwe : to a friend of ours. He I The public is invited to attend MUSIC BY
Despite the overwhelming that has been indi- eating lettuce thank you.
support )on :
hear and see, there is an ex- :said he saw an eight-footer there I I the meetings. j -
cated by Southern delegates for Senator Lyndon U. John- I I .ellent jield. Among those who I recently that messed around his THEMUSICAL .FOURThe
son of Texas, who is the No. 2 man in the bid for the Demo- have cropped the priming and I boat. Now' is ihe U u6"tG'ord your I
eedlinsfromthe state Baylor To SpeakTo
cratic nomination, some Kennedy sympathy had been ex- first leaves is Charlie Gaskins. I IS. I pine I i inursery
according to State For-
pressed by several Southern delegates, particularly in Ala- I' The tobacco that hes been cured Took a real trip over the holiday ester H. C. (IHuxl Coulter. Legion Post 56 Webster Brothers, Knoxville, Tennessee; :
I has turned out to be of fine i a'joumey I II
qual weekend down to
bama and Georgia. The Massachusetts senator had alsoen 'S. f
of : Ralph Mayo, Tennessee Champion Fiddler; f fi
Bob Baylor, superintendent
ity. the Wekiva River, I II
joyed considerable support among other Deep South delegations -I: I a trip upI Saw a wild plum tree this week, Goldhead Branch State Park, will :
t I the river to the Spiing.vPn |ihe |i iI the"trunVof it covered i iwith' Claude Bedenbaugh, Lake City J
who had been somewhat: disturbed Senator John- and was | i
by Tues-
Made a big go-iound of the I way we also went for a ride up be guest speaker at next
son's role in the enactment of civil rights legislation. I county this weekend and from I the Rock Spring run,..rand: .,the "" $':some 5eeIt of the biggest thorns day's July 12, meeting of American !

While Senator Kennedy had been considered in sympathy I what we could see there is a fine scenery up that run was' something 'e ever t-;. Legion Post 56, stated

with the legislation,. he had not been identified in Southern ';crop of field com. It had been we'll remember all.our lives.It I -A student at fit+ Ag college wasaskeJ George Pierce post adjutant.All .
: held back by dry weather, but was as our,host said,.tLike en- I I members are urged to attend -
thought with bill
taking in the
leading part getting Should:You feed a horse 'SPECIAL PURCHASE 1
the recent rains have really pushed tering a cathedral"., to see: thej I this meeting because there i:
At his He it
passed. any rate, geographical background had been coin in theear. replied
it along. woods and swamp untouched j will be an important discussion
would better to feed him in the I.
taken into consideration and Southerners accepted his sup- 55 from the days of the Indians about the Bradford County Fair.DONIT .

port of such legislation as a matter of course. But the feel- 1 Had a grass fire start at our 'S. mouth. F i

ing +wss-different in regard to Senator Johnson. With his I place this week and soon after | And speaking of Indians, we ---- ---- f

Texas' \. cKground, it was felt that he had, perhaps, gone I'I''e' called the Forest Service out '!'saw and inspected a "shell" -ARMSTRONG ft
too far, in" bis civil rights Activities. U S 100 the fire control unit 1: mound, consisting of a huge pile TAKE A CHANCE I 1 : i iI
I appeared and put the blaze out. I of shells apparently from snails.
Senator{ ,i{ generally had \been considered in lineforrtheSouth.'s I ;
I Man in charge of the unit was : We also found fragments of Indian 1
in the Convention ONTRMITES
: support Democratic National our old friend J. C. Sapp and he I pottery, so',we surmise that 1i
:in fine .event :that Senator Johnson should. drop out. did :a good job of putting out the the Indians cooked the f nails, or I i iI i

But >, ,frtendliijesa! ,has!. ,cooled considerably .since his re- fire. He said it probably started I whatever it was in the.t fills. f VINYL ACCOLON

cent vunf tte i ing comments.. Any ,likelihood .that it might from a bottle or bit of glass lying .5 I .

return;has -Jbeen) Mattered by reports that he conferred in out in the field.. Then we visited Orange I I .

New York recently with Rev Martin Luther King of e Springs, crossed the Oklawaha on I i Limited Quantity
Web worms about ready to start the ferry and traveled throughi
Atlanta, who has been one of the chief agitators in Negro I I 1I
eating up our poor little pecan i the famous "scrub" country untilwe

demonstrations in the South. 11 ees. so Sam !sot out a "stirrup" came to Salt Springs. Samf I Let check home and !

Senator Kennedy is said to have praised the recent sit- ,- -- .- me your I I 12 Ft lib S9c :Sq. Yd.
down activities as indicating that "the American spirit is T ; .

coming alive agan," and he is quoted as calling for "equal put your mind at ease I f fI

access to the voting booth, to the schoolroom, to jobs, to I./ 1LOHItLt&gw '. I '

housing, and to'public facilities, including lunchrooms. I REGULAR $L69 VALUE

,One commentator declares that aside from welding I

Southern delegations into a "ut behind Senator Johnson, 7. Fill
the Kennedy statements have caused a note of dissensionin i Come In For A FREE

what appeared to be a spirit of harmonious cooperation I. I .
ve wrA. NERD1t I
among Dixie Democrats. With No Obligation

Until then, Kennedy had not been looked upon as rep- Wherein the Summer days drift i II Pour one cup of hot water around Inspections ; Decorator Book While They Last '

resenting an extremely liberal viewpoint. Now, the more swiftly by, as a flowing stream.:|I, peppers. Bake at 375 degrees .for: I CALL WO 4.3965FIORIDA i
conservative Southerners are not so sure. Disturbed as they I
I meditate* work sing, and pray.I i' 30 min. This is the, way .tale !
are by his apparent cold shoulder to the South, they are .dream of days gone by. | cook peppers in Nebraska. J'. -.' ', ,

even more concerned by a statement in which Senator The casual traveler, passing by I can hear the National Anthem PEST CONTROL

Kennedy called for "a new liberalism for the 60's a Looked up to see against the sky I I being played over a"t the : HART FURNITURE CO.

liberalism which reaches beyond the era of the New and Some tall dark pines$, a few 'ball park. I do not know .if they I .

Fair Deals to the problems of a new age." Stoim-slanted stones barren are having a game or not.:It may I {it ::: AND CHEMICAL CO.
No one \knows at this point whether the Kennedy forces : be 'a junior league. The other

actually .have the necessary votes to insure his nomination 1 But to layLoved those who climbed the hill ;games are at night. Don has gone I PHONE WO 9-2771 STARKE, FLA..

on the first ballot, or whether his band wagon will grindto I ones to rest had gone halfway I jto I calLJ Sioux had City one on an yesterday ambulance also. I 224 N. Triple Ar g Starke..Fla. .

a halt just short of the required 761. If he fails on the I I I We have not had a funeral for I I

first ballot, some observers see: him losing support on the To heaven with them, so they I(some time, but we are all ready --- _r

second. and third. felt. when needed. '
Texas Governor Daniels forecasts that Senator Johnson And when in after years they I Next Thursday my sister and I 'I I

will have 502 votes on the first ballot, then rise to 664 on I. knelt husband, her:.daughter and family _
To put fresh flowers there, still II
the second. An informal\\ at the recent Governors Conference ale coming out to see us. I FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE .
more I I have not seen my sister for ten I I
Showed the Democratic favoring I .
governors "
It the threshold of God'sdoor '.
was I years, so it will be a happy meet- "; '- I
over Kennedy by 13 to 11, and the Republican governors I : '
and visit. i
ing : ,
the Texan the "hardest to beat." I AlbaughOut : STARKE, FLORIDA .
rated as man -Dorothy P. |lOur pippies "Gabby" and "Dig- j .. .. I
Just what effect ex-President Truman's blast at Kennedy here so many of the ceme- cer" are both asleep. Whoopee! ;. ... .
rating him too young and immature for the job, will teries are on hills. Ours here in I I My dogs are lots'of fun. I churned : :; STATEMENT OF CONDITION .

have on convention voting remains to be seen. Ponca is one big hill. Don's lots; a big roll of,yellow butter awhile \ : ,' }i ,
: '
Los will l be are right on, top. I often jo up t It is so good this time < 1 i
At any rate, next week's show in Angeles ago. :. .. '
there to water flowers on the Condensed from Report to Comptroller .
well worth watching-and whoever the Democrats nominatewill ,' of ;year, with the cows eating : :.< .. :.
in the All his ,
graves evening. : ;
good fresh !!Tass I mulched my ,. ;:;
be "less of an evil" than the prospect of having Richard i pepple are buried there and tomatoes'iit .
up '
clippings "F! ; :::
Nixon in the White House for four years.BROOKER I I.he has buried so many of them. new starwhiry patch. I have my \; V,4:. June 30, 1960 .
|If I die before Don he will lay .. .
of weeds. zinnias
clean My -
It.tttttnttttttttt.'..,. R. H. Green family.Mr. i garden ,
I'I me in the family plot by the oth-! and marigolds are budded ,. ':. ,; ;':'
and Mrs. Pete Douglas of
en. If I live so much longer, I, to bloom. "
Charleston. S. C. are visiting his I
!of course may be in Indiana, '
I autumn Don's and
This cousin
mother Mrs. Iva Douglas. They where. So ResourcesLoans I
Florida or no wife from the western part of
spent one day last week in St. then I would be buried th '
By Shirley the state are coming for a visit.
Augustine.Mrs. family. My son has a plot thatI They live on "Sunset Ranch." We .. .
&4A..A..AAA. u..uaarr. Lee Taylor of Lake City am told. I could lie there with .. "
I can hardly wait until they cangf't and Discounts ;. 1,029,435.18 !I
and Mrs. Ivory Hodge visited
We .
I them. It is on level ground. ,
of1 for a visit. I' '
away 'I
Waycross and, Oa.Mrs.were M.icccnt Markey guest' Mrs. Miriam Nettles and Tal- I needs must in life think of death Bye how. God bless you every Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 1 2,787.46' I'
I' madge Nettles in Jacksonville last and it is ..wise to make plans. We 0

of Mrs.T. W.Clara Mai'keys.Mae Bishop of Mo- '; week.: I.should also: be ready spiritually one. LOVE, MOTHER LURA. Other Real Estate Owned ;' ,36,600,00 II I IPrepaid

Mr. and Mrs Murval Highwoodand I to meet our Maker. If we. love "
bUe;Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Moribton 1 f I Expenses 741.24
family .
of Anderson, Ind. God and believe in His son Jesus, CARD OF THANKSI
Jod an and children and Mrs.: visited Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mc- then it will be like going home. Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 32,938.90 I
Vldft Haney, all of Jacksonville,: -
David last week. Most of us sometime or other are wish to thank all friends and I" I.
Mr."and Mrs. T. W. Markey, Linda Annette, Shirley, and Linda in great pain or distress and call relatives for the many kindnesses U. S. Government Securities 2,047,733.44 .: ,1
Green Annette Green, and I God in I think wo- shown during recent hos- i I
Green, and Mary Jane Bigham upon prayer.; me my "
Joe I Green enjoyed a picnic at I Florida County & Municipal Bonds 313,714.13 .
spent several days at Daytona t mery need God and lean on Him pital confinement. Your thoughtfulness ;

King sley Lake Wednesday of last I I Beach last week. more than mqst men. I know ,will always remain a Other State & Municipal Bonds 173,023.38 ::.' I I
weefc. I' .
some old men who have never pleasant memory. Kate Struth. ;.. .
Mr' and Mrs. Guy Pinholster! Big Toe Contest said a prajer. In my life I have Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 369,360.86 2936770.71
and grandchildren of Jackson- 1 depended en God to guide and'help 1'I I I II

villq visited Mrs. Rosa P4'hoister 1 Featured Friday I me. Without Him 1 wouldbe : TOTAL ( 4 6 5Liabilities i
last Sunday. 1 1Mr. I lost and unhappy. With Godto .
j .
and Mrs. R. O. Groover',I At Family NightThe guide and walk beside me I I,i ;: I
visited The E. B. Crosbys last can even be happy in a Mortuary, < ;

weed ,while eruoute to Miami j so much of the time face to face ,: _, ,
special event at ; ,
after spending ten days in the Family with death. But God has a plan I ,l.- .. : I
;. Night this 8 i = --
Friday July will be "
mountains of North Carolina. j i a for my life. I feel this is my appointed ;' ._. :- \ '
Big Toe Contest in which partici- '.; ; : ,; .. I
Mrs. :Jane Tate of Gainesville. task. I 'say many. nyers. h ',"'. .." _. '.. ". ., '
:pants may decorate their big toes ...: : '
Mrs i shall be ready to go. "
Mary I .
Willis of Bell Mrs. in ; '<, : -
any fashion they desire, I
so I
Hazel Hart and children of Cross We have been having lots of : .
1 I Recreation Director Bob Benner 0 Capital Stock ; 150,000.00 : '.
City. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack | stated. rain here and my garden is grow- ; : I

Register. of Jacksonville visited i i Chosen Miss ing. It makes me so happy. We Surplus 250,000.00 :f l
as Playground was .. '
the J. H. have new peas and new potatoes.We I ;
Sullivans this week i 1 '
Sara Shealy, 11-year-old 'daugh had beans, beets and Undivided Profits :
Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs Rosa ter of Mr. and Mrs. Medford green 18179.94 J j--; '
Pinhplster, Mrs. T. W. 1 many good'things. Raspberriesare
Mrs. Iva Douglas. Mrs. Clara Mae i Shealy of the State Farm. Selected getting ripe.. Reserve for ContingenciesReserve 139,499.29 L i 557,679.23

Bishop, and Mrs. E. Kleinman attended I as Mr. Playground was Em. Monday was! July the FourthI I .

the Flower Show in- ilr.mett and Akridge Mrs.,Broward 12-year-old son of have always liked this day. It I i for Taxe$, Interest, Etc. '. : 29,515.25 I
Akridge of Is the birthday of our Nation.. I
Starve recently. Several of the 128 North Orange Street. the i Interest & Income Collected Not Earned
ladies won ribbonS. Starke. like birthdays. I hung. out I i 42,995.62 i
Featured this week at the ,
new 50 star flag, and read the .
Mifses Betty Jean Allen and ground was a horseshoe pitching Declaration 'or Independence Bills Bayable 'f '. 150,000.00

Will% Mae Tetstone have returned contest and next week will be a !When I was a child on the farmin **W con afford steak now that I '
home after a two-week stay i tetherball tournament. { Indiana, we. always had w*got tt loot) fro. I Deposits 'r ::'f"'tp'- .. .' 3,836,144.49

sonville.Mrs.with the. R. T. Tetstones in Jack Winners of last week's Box i' home-made ice cream had a few LOCAL FINANCE CO. : ... : .. '
Hockey Tournament was Emmett.t'I fire works to shoot. We hung up If TOTAL i' 4,616,334,59
Ruby Waldron of pressing obligation
Wild- Akridge in the 11 and 13 year I flags all around the porch. We .
ivooda( is visiting her mother, Mrs. bracket. Willard Crawford wassecond. i usually had our first mesa of have you running in circles, !
Rosa; Kelley for few days. I' it will to : \ 4'---
a I Archie Thomas was firstin sell beans and new potatoes. pay you solve your problem : .
Mrs. Ozena Hendry of Jacksonville I the 6 to 8 year-old's contest; : life was fun. with fa quirk, rrliablf la a 111W d i
spent Monday with the Keith Thomas was second. i "orn Stuffed' Pfppm [for 61| '4 Consult us today '. ; !

Six green peepers, 2 cups corn!

'!"cooked 1 1 onion chopped fine 1 FLO RID A-. III I IIl

TNE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 'sp.eg salt beaten 1-2 1-3 cup cup bread milk.cubes.1 Il

-.move caps from peppers and 1 t ii ." /" ',. . ,. .. I
CST.: 1371 II)
eds Simmer in hot water for 1 "J 'i I
BAHK.A.1..S.tAR.E.)( )
FLORIDA'8 OLDEST WEEKLY 9Eti's- '0 min Fry onion in 1 tablespoon : : : : ; _
01 / PE.a rrBLl"HED COXTI.NOrJlLl t *!'' and stir In (corn bread -- -" -- r -

Pa1N.... Ear' Tbr!..oi6ki'Tpa< E.lr" ft.SAME.....* TRE0.Class Mattel 'nimb' and beaten esg and salt ONE OF 25 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP U B1St} FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP
ar ... Ant Olllc-e Jl peppers and stand carefully I .'
< Stark. Fta. safes Act .i .... t. 187.
In a baking dish. A glass one is liliu,______
I Igood. and. then, serve in dish. -

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dise stock-in-trade fixtures persona Four shares of capital common one of- plaintiff attorneys, whose ha'lrl.t a general circulation In said i By S.Xtvrian. L. (":-n..y
tI t Social. Security ) property (including 1951 stock o{ Jackson Hall Apartments, address is: Post Office Drawer 'ZS 1. County. Dep'tt1- Cault ,-r ;
Dodge panel truck Identification :Inc. a Florida corporation, 'evi. Starke Florida on or before said :SV itness my hand as Clerk of the
A of the Gaines- No., 83U5U, Title No. nun, denced by Stock Certificates No. 6. date as required by the Laws of Circuit Court of Bradford County Theron A. Yivv. Jr. i SS3
representative :Model C3-E6-10S) trade name, good registered in the name of Emory lorida and the 1S54; Florida Rulesof Florida and the seal of said Courtat Post Office Drawer: 71
ville Social Security office will I..4 iR-enoeo, and itu emoluments E. Engel Civil Precedure. If you fail to Starke, Bradford County, Florida Starke, Florida ,'.'
I ''be in Starke at the Court Houseat appertaining:. therto. all such per- You. and 'each of you are hereby doso, a decree pro confesso will be this June 30th, U60. Comer R. Hall ; ..Jn.
CHURCH NEWS sv.uii property located in. Starke, notified that a suit in equity entered against each of you for the (SEAL) 715 Inrraham Building N
,8:30: ajn.,. on Thursday July Florida. has been brought against you and elief demanded in the complaint.You I CHARLES A DARBY. Clerk of Miami $2. Florida .,w
I ; 14, for the purpose of conducting ALSO also against Thomas E.. Thompsonand are further notified that the the Circuit Court, Bradford. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Other mortgaged property lo- his wife :Marjorie Thompson; nature of the said suit is to foreclose I'I '.- County, Florida. 717 4t 7."8
: social secnrity business.. Cat>u in i'utnatn County and Brad- Howard C,. Edwards and his wife, certain mortgages, given to I _
i Persons who desire to make ap-I ford County. Florida and not here- Xaofril E. Edwards; Farm Home the plaintiff and recorded in the ",.
'n3 h T. described.P.liCEL and \uto'Suppir. In HiSSI03ARY B Fl'ISTSu.'U1ay j I plication for social security retirement 4 Corporation; Baird Hardware Company Florida in Official Records Book 6, when you needRELIABLE
MADISON STREET BAPTIST or survivors benefits se- The Southeast Quarter (SEU) of I a Florida Corporation and %t Pages 284-2S6; !8J.%83: 277r:7S:
School 9:45: aun. Morn- I the Southwest Quarter (SWt", ) of : _vufial Automotive inc.. a Florida +nd in Official Records Book 11, at
EverJng cure social :security account numbers '** Wnth-ast Quarter (SEll) of 'Corporation in the Circuit Courtof Pages 31.34; and in the public records -
900 Block W. Madison St. I ng rtTshlp 11 a.m. I or get any other social security Section Two, Township' Eleven the Eighth Judicial Circuit of of Putnam County, Florida in GAS SERVICE ;
I Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting are invited to Range Twenty-thrre, containing ten Florida in and for Bradford County Official Records Book 38, at Page
Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood each 7:30: Every. I Jnformation crh. more or' lea., I Florida 'and yon are each here :+;08, together with a certain unre
I p.m.
see the representative at the time .u.sO. :by summoned ,.oi-der. and requiredto orded pledge agreement paid .
|| Superintendent.' one welcome-Kev. H. H. Hott.I .' of his visit. Other mortgaged property located file your written answer or dt>- mortgages encumbering all of the THINK OF SLADE AS : ,y':
If Morning Worship, 11:00. pastor. I I in Putnam County and Bradford fenbesto- the amended complaint lands and personal property ht'l to.
I II i and not nere- filed herein against in the the
Training Union 6:15 Jim Harden i County Florida you above Inahove described and for decreeing -
f : HOPE. : ,BAPTIST CHURCH Ina ove described. entitled Court and cause in of a sale of said property
I Director. #I I. )EVERGREEN: PARCEL $ .the office of the Clerk of the aforesaib under the direction <}f said Court. "M
i Evening Worship 7:30.: j I Sunday Sunday School, 10 i Four shares of capital common Court at his office. in the It Is hereby Ordered that this or- TANKS FROM GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP ,.
BAPTIST CHURCH a. m., Morning mesa se, 11 ..a, m. stock of Jackson Rail Apartments, Court House in .Starke, Bradford der and notice shall he published ,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, I inc:; a Florida Corporation, evidenced County, Florida, on or before the "nce a week for four consefiMJivekp .t
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching i Training Union 7 p. m. Evening f by Stock Certificate JTo. 4. 8th, day of August I960 and to .....* In The Pradfwd County) PHONE WO 4-3551 ,
7:30.: 6:30p. e!iinftssage 8 p. m. registered in the name of HowardC. serve a copy' of such answer or Telegraph) a newspaper publishedIn r "
l Jr.. Pastor. 11 a. m. Training Union : Edwards! Theron A. Yawn, Jb. Hi-adford and ..
J. H. Mabry. 4'' ; defenses upon County. Florida
I Monday Bible Joy Club .. .
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m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m. Prayer ,
I to 5 I Y.I
p. m.
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST SJeetln* Wednesday 7:30 p. m. i I .
CnURC"I' ; Wednesday Prayer Meeting I I
r llinday School. 10 a. ,I Wednesday Bible study 7-30 I J7:30,; p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: I : I I J ,4'
toe Worship, 11 a. m. Training
I 1 I p. DA. I p. m- Pastor: Samuel s. Cuth-i .J

Union r "i 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship I 1 j I II I | uert. Choir director: Fred Dodd. ;; ; Jill
7:30 p. m. '

Prayer Meeting Wednesday i I'I'I BAPTIST NEW RIVER CIIUPCH I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS. '. ":T'-T',' _., .Jitt
7.30 p. m: ,
P1stor. Rev. Barney Sweat. Sunday chool, 10 a. m. Wor-
'Jjyeryone Welcome. skip Hour. 11 a. m. Evenin* Serve I Sunday School, 1C. a m.; Morn Offset i :, .... .. .

? 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting each : ing Worship: .11 a. m.: Ev&nge- t : )
j listlc services. '7SO m. tJ
I BETHEL MISSIONARY Wednesday.'7:30: p.m. p. -- *

BAPTIST CHURCHi i I' Wednesday _. Pmyef Meeting. e t-" < ;,

Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- I .. ,; f1 f- .
Lawtey : CHURCHSunday ;"
ing Worship: 11 a. m. Training I I I II 1. :. ., tt
1 A. E. Massey Pastor j Bible School :10 ,&. I .- i' ni
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6:30 Evening; SIr .
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Bible school,' 10 -, In.I ;m.; Morning Worship ll a. m.; -
| 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each: I Preaching, 11 a. m. I Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer I 4
Weqnesday, 8 m. Everyone wel- I .
l Evening Service "I:30 fc m. meetng every Tuesday at 7:30 1'\
come.-Rev. R, L. Lee pastor. I
Bible study and Prayer Meeting .p. m. John W lie, pastor. I" .. ,

I '7:30: pm.. Wednesday.St. ,." lit
POINT for the
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS way yon write, Ceme in and select : -" .' I
Edward's Catholic Church
I your favorite ESTERBROOK :
Dr. A. C. Molt Minister Starke Florida j '
j Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH ',.. '
Mrs.'J. L.'HetherinftonOftanlsi Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. ,' ,
and Choir Director. i Holyday Masses kt 8:30 a. m. it !. The Cli-mlt Court Of The EighthJudirbii \"}
Sunday School?: 9:00 g.m. MornIng -: 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Circuit Of KltwUa !..
And Fur Hradfai-4 foaotr. !
Worship, 10AO; a. m. I Mass at 8:00: a. m.' I ('haB"l'r,. : ,fi
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Case Xd. 12-878 S ".. -.
FIRST, CHRISTIAN CHURCH I P. m. Thomas ErcH E.JI. Thompson Myer, Plaintiff.and his wife vs, >

_ Car call & Christian Streets Baptisms, marriages andIn* Marjorie, Thompson; Howard C. Edwards '.Q I
and his Rife Naomi E. l&ri the
Bob. ,I.. Bidrett MinIsters I.I structions by apDointment. I i wards: Emory E. Engel A single Now Telegraph
man; Emory E Engtl a single
y School. 9:45 a. m. Worship man, as Trustee -for Howard C. Ed=
and Communion. 10:45: a. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST I wards; Ralph Ii:. 'Kramer. The 5- 5 10a
1'nited States flf AmericaFarm., .
Chi RhO. 5 p. m. Choir Practice. Sunday: Bible classes, 10 a.m.;!i Home 'and, Auto Supply, Inc.a j ::

6. p jn-CYF 7 p. ra.' Assembly Worship with the Lord's f Florida motive fn Corporation(., a Florida;. Central Corporationand Auto., :E! Offers You Both .. v3. -*- ..,1 .E.EIt.

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. New Supper, 11 a.m.;. Evening Assembly -! Baird Hardware Company.), De- :: I- .
Training! for Service. Worship 6:30: p.m. (endantaOrder -f. .p:. !.'' '.
1 Of Publication And Notice ,
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Tuesday Ladies Bible class '7p.m. I. To DefendIn -.t. 0.
HIWAY CHAPEL I The same Of The State Of. 10
v I' I TO: Ralph E. Kramer whose
Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30 ..
.D. P. Bureess, PastoriPSunday I residence is 11? Ratlin Road Fair .
p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher.i Haven. New Jersey, and Emory l::. -J

Mqrning gtttstic Service Worship School, 7:30 11 p.9:45 a.: m.m. a. m.1 n-I 'Come, let us reason together." .I'I' and Engel, their,successors Grove whose unknown, Lakewood residence and grantees assignsand 7 1570, creditors Ohio Orchard .-,: ... thak 1 J{ S little difference how your job of printing is done --- just j so voii get t 'P.

2eaday weekly prayer service : CHURCH OF CHRIST all other parties .or persona clajm-
., 1 Charles Thorpe Minister Ini" by, through, under ei against

C1IURCA' OF' GOD j I ;101'them parties respectively having; 91'and flahrting all' persons: la (lie hI.i q quality work at the most economical price in the ShOrtest I length' .u

Sunday. School 10 a. m. Morn- I Bible Study. 10 a. m. Preaching t I have and right,*title.j&4; iater&i <':rJn ; J
I an-1 Communion 11 a..m. Evening : and to the _f<>il&wng[ sn,4 s1.bdlands .
tog Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday I and e.aluls'lytng aIn \ .
Evening Service. 7:45 p, m. YPB I Service, 6:3d, p. m. Midweek Bible Bradford County Florida,''anlJin ,;
Study each Wednesday. 7:30 PutnamlCounty, Florida, tor.wit: : of '
m. ime.
: p. ( .
Service WedmeaJay;,7:45: p. jn.Prayer PARCEL I- ? v>j \ ,; n
Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m1 That certain portion of "ThHav t
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t \1 mGHLANO \; en-Bedford Lake" '. subdivision rty- '. ,... 01
{ I. BAPTIST CHURCH ing being in the NWU bfthetXEU.f .
r CRTTRCII OF JESUS CHRIST Section 13:. Township *; South, : '. -
County. : .J_;t, .
"i.ATrr DAY SAINTS Sunday School *:45 a. m. Mange 2S East in Bradford ; 1
I': I of same .
to plat :
t Florida according ".iJ.
Service( each Bandar la old I Morning Worship :1 a. m. and filed In Plat Book !, Page 25, rub- ., ., ....{"; .- ,,' r" "
Masonic E.: Call St. Sun- 7:30 each Records of Bradford County of for almost 82 '
Hull on 'I I: p. m. Prayer Meeting I II tlie Florida and being bounded on the! ? : After serving the printing needs, the Community :
flay School 1'IL m. Sacrament Ii Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev; North by.the Action line, on : '*.' I

Service <:SO p. Everyone weJ.'',I George welcome Chism pastor. Everybody I East: by rtght. .N-brtlierly-of-way Hn projection. of Delaneys ofKant ; 3: Years The Telegraph has recognized the i increasing demand 'for': :

torn_ Avenue, on the South by.Not' ft; ," ..! ... Ml

-u. I line of Lot, 5 and of on Block the-B Wait of said1ul.dlviIon. b?! .... t.\\ offset printing, in addition to the older process of letterpress. Accordingly 1 J
: the waters of Bedford Lake; TO-
T 'gather with the (impr \ tnaesand J 'I F.. '
( 1 pleased to that have purchased the
A I ate thereon. and the m ; we are announce we ?t

1 1ii 1r furnishings contained the riparian therein;rights and ,. .' ) ; J
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I Together thereunto appertaining. '. ,:''. _. offset equipment of the Offset Printing Co., formerly located on N. ,

ALSO Other mortgaged property and Bradford lbcatebIn : Avenue and in position! to offer customers the II"
'r \;County Putnam Florida County and not herein ,. Temple are now our ,

[ 1 SERVICEAT above PARCRI.drber-thed.S _, > :. services i of both offset and letterpress t printing methods. I '

I Lot One (1). Lakeedfor4 ..
chores *. pnrdinp to the Plat there .
ITS BEST Plat Book :; ;
of, recorded in Bradt : 5 ,
Page 59, public Records of .
Florida. I .
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other innripflff't. property, and Brad' located ; ." Dick Beiie offset formerly
ford County.in Putnam Florida County, and not herelnaboedeTihfd ;- an experienced printer, /

a PAKCKL Six Slots -((6), .Seven' (7), EightS S'C, : -'C empioyea by Offset Printing Co., is now with:Tfie -.

_ and Nine (9). of Block Eleven
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Company's.li), In Uvliurmmi Addition! to Tru the y Town and r Z ;" ':' i' .- ?. >, Telegraph and is ready to assist and advise you concerning -

Florida, In SectionTwentyKlght
or rtarke" (:8).. Township Sit I 4-3101
offset needs. A call to V/Q ::
; (6) South., together Range with Twenty-Two that certain(III lEaH ?,(; : .. your

J unincorporated known as Farm poing time and business FlorldaJand Auto '-:.' ; 1t:, ::':i ': ': ; will pace/ his services at your disposal./ :
Supply, located in Starke.
merchant"I : '
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Two ApprehendedFor Community Bank -- I Veteran's AffairiRepresentative' were accompanied o home bY .Mrs. I Other liticalesbdivislona deposits {certified, -."-585ST.5.
Of Pratt Austin. who will visit relatives
i 4 and oU1eers .cbes* ___ _
'Monkey Fishing' To here this week. etc.) __. -i' 4$3.1/ _ _
Wins Three GamesIn TOTAL DEPOSITS 4,' 2. J.i7Other
Be At Armory Rev. Harvey Lane of. Middle- I 1.lab\litlet'\ : I2.U8.SS _ _
Tsro men charged with "mon Street ScheduledBy burs visited friends here last -

key fishing" on Sampson Lake Midget League Joe A. Crawford, representing! week. TOTAL UABltlTlEgJ. -.J OH.8ZU.o' ..

last weekend were placed under I the headquarters office of the Those from here who enjoyedthe 'Capital. :.IeVU1. .

'$100 bond each Tuesday July 5, ; Community State Bank dominated -I City CouncilPratt Florida Department) of Veterans July 4 l holiday at Kingsley C.pitaU Surplus'* '-''.:*; '':'' -'l9J.OOd.09' a 1.000.00Cndl"tde.4 _ _

for their appearance July 20 in the Jaycees Midget League Affairs, Pass a Grille will be at Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Profits- > <- ;-;.' ,UUS

Bradford County\ Court. last; week by taking all three the Starke armory from 9 'to 10 Norman and family and Mr. and TOTAL 'c' PITAL"-. "

The men wrl'f identified by games played. (' : Street is finally going to a-m. on Friday July 15, for the \fM; Richard Mosley and family. ACCOUNTS: : :' If MS US

Judge T. A. Yawn as Wilton Hart y be the of discussing technical 1 .
.Oil Co. paved City Council decided purpose '
The Bank. took Johns I Cash paid for good, clean cot TOTAL .LUBlLjTtES; .: SAND
of Hamptcn and Angus Hall of in the first game 6-2 behind the j) Tuesday night at its regular questions and problems with veterans 'on CAPITAL k. .
rats. No KhaVI wool '
Keyston" Heights. They were ar- and Carl- | 'nee tl 1g. and their survivors or' dependents or ACCOUNTS "t ',1JSTS.33
of Joe Brown
pl'.cnin: This '.
Bring to Bradford County Teleiraph. bank's'capttai'consists :
rtfd: by Conservation Officer ton Tillman. Tcmmy Lvons with ] The street will be paved all the I residing in this area. of: ? .

..7/ C. Jackman. who seized: the White witha : way from Orange Street to Saratoga : There is no charge for this serv Common .rtock" with total.
two singles Bcfcby:: )
par value of ,. Iiq0.0e0.e0Assets
r'.Ttiical I device as .well as their single and a'triple helped the Heights, the Council decided. ice. REPORT OK CONDITION OF "

boat and motor. winning cause. The paving witt be done by the Persons desiring. make appointments COMMl'MTV STATE BANK OF Measwradi .

Jeff Warren with two singles c tarke Asphalt and Paving Co. advance with Mr. .STARKK'LORJlU1'IX THE Till HTATE CLOSE OF OK pledied of askgn- _
Need A for 76 cents Crawford do so by contact- ed to* secure liabilities
per may
and Dale Crosby with one single square yard, the BVSINESS O.V JINK 38. 1W8 and for 'other purposes! 861.SSJ.OO

provided the hitting for the los- iame price the company is ,charg- ing County Service Officer A. L. AHurts Loans as shownab&ve 'are _

CiftSWater, ing cause. 'ng for 'paVing other streets in Crosby Jr, at the Starke armory.Mr. Cash. balances with other after deductions.' of -.J,

WinnersOf the city. ,Crawford. will be glad to banks including reserve reserve of' I.442.8J _
In the second game the Bank Mrs. Young Among information and advice in balances and cash items I. Norman ..H 'WJllls, Exec Vice
stomped Johns Oil Co. again 18-8 The Councildecid, d ,to go ahead provide in process of collection 576,101.03 ,Pres. of the aboveVnamed bank do
wth'the paving,of the street sinceno regard to VA benefits such as United States Government solemnly affirm that the above _
members of the team Merchants Green
Heater with seven Stamps arrangement .with, hospitiUzation,. education and obligations, direct and statement is -trueand that it fully
; owners of guaranteed S01.39S.OO:
hitting safely. Tommy Lyons was and correctly represents the true
See the sub-division': :along"the unpaved training insurance disability Loans and discounts (Including ttats of the several jnattersjierein
the winning pitcher and Dwight Mrs. Jessie Young retired | manager of the Starke store, section could be worked out. The widows arid ,dep ndent parents, no overdrafts 701.150.M ontained and set forth,; to.the best
Bank furniture and fixtures _
Elder was the leading batsman of my kftowledre.aud. belief.
school teacher of 203 Christian !Ii stands by to offer his congratu-. I'lty111 not. however 'Pave the benefits GI housing loans, and 18.184.51: Correct-Attest:
maiIaF with two hits. i Other assets!!! !,UUS:
Starke was third place winner in lations. driveways' facing the street. other matters. Ncrman U- Willis _
David Silcox .nd Teddy Webb '
Charier 'J'o Johns
i- 1 am particularly happy that City Surveyor Merrill McMillan TOTAL ASSETS S.199.2TS.3S!
GLASS-LINED each had two hits for Johns Oil the recent Million Merchants Hollis V. Knight
of good, fi lends and
one our stated that no major problems Pe.t. ,G. Felos
WATER' The Bank turned back Florida Green Stamp Contest sponsoredby customers in Starke was a top 'would< be.met in 'preparing the vvvvYv'wvvvvvvvvrIrvvyvvv Liabilities Directors."

Pest Control in the third game Fair Stores. winner in the contest; Mr. La. for : Demand deposits of indivlduals State of Florida, '
HEATERS Food and Setzer street 'paving. He said some : County of Bradford. as:
by a score of 12-7 behind the Mrs. Young is pictured above receiving Mee said. .- fill dirt would have to be hauledin HIGHLAND and corporations parternershlps 49i.: 11'1.11 Sworn to and subscribed before
pitching of Dwight Elder Carlton me this ,Jth. day of July. 1960, and
certificate for her a- The drawing to determine th and 120 Time deposits of Individuals -
a a :foot section of drain r hereby certify .that 1 am hOt an _
partnerships '
Tillman with two doubles and ward from William Darden of winners was held at 6 p. m. on pipe woud! .have. to be dug up and corporations 80J.37J.O officer or'director of this! bank.
srgnGeIl( Tommy Lyons and Joe Brown of June 25 at the Town over (By Debbie Phillips: Deposits of United States (SEAL) HAZEL.; BITCH,
{ Jacksonville district manager and .CountryShonnin moved 10 feet. Government Including Notary. Public State of Floridaat

Setzer Stores. as Clyde E. LaMee. OntT in .Ta"1r!: n"i'1" The Council also accepted a: low 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, postal savings 3,433.00: Urge. -

bid of $9,445 from Deposits of States and po. I McoipssLon! \ "' expires., .'Novembernd .
Need i new water heater? PREMIER GASRANGES I with two singles each led the Softball PlayoffsTo all-transistorized, radio Motorola equipmentfor ,for The WMU and Brotherhood l- -- I 'U'1. '
You can own t genuine hitting department for the win city met at church Thursday :
police cars and trucks. : :
gas of last week.'A$ the. c'ise of the AMBULANCE. V IC'F
r6RMActAS-with the i Begin Tuesday City Clerk Merill Edwards was '
ners.Steve meeting a social hour was" enjoyed -
Tilley had two singles '
long-lading A. 0. Smith authorized to contact the Civil PHONE WO 4-60>
wounds. ____
'on the church
and a triple for the Pest ControL Defense representative in Jackson- '

Class fining-for as little Schedule for the coming week: Next Tuesday, July 12, the softball ville to. ascertain whether or not Eugene Austin and children,t DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .

as you'd expect to pay for Prices Begin 8 Pest Con- league will begin its playoffsat _
Friday the equipment will satisfy Civil and Mr. and .Mrs, Nathan Mosley Jones
DeWitt '
the softball diamond on Wash- C. Registered. .Fimiral pjrectot

aenaiywaterheater.As trol vs. Starke Builders Supply. Defense
requirements.Civil spent last week at Daytona _
a .. ...... '-. at $98.00Free Monday July 11. Johns Oil Co. ington Street. Defense authorities have Starke, Fla ,
Beach as guests of Mr. Austin'smother
The second place team will play '
( Installation) vs. Starke Builders Supply. the last place team at 7 p.m. and agreed to pay-half; the lowest. Mrs. Alice Austin. They Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs Clrntchej
Wednesday. July 13, Community bid which is acceptable to them. .. ,
Low As $75.50 See the Complete Line at State Bank vs. Fla. Pest the third and fourth 'place teams : Recreation Department President -_- -- '--,, _

will fight out a second game at .

NORTH FLORIDA Control.Thursday. July_ 14, Fla. Pest 9 p.m. I before James the Council Bloodworth to request appeared that Sell It Rent It Trade 11 PEYTO*.S...TUONPCON:\ FLORIST-ST.DISTINCTIVE .

North Florida Control vs. Johns Oil Co. On Thursday, July 14, the'first the city put fill dirt on the depart- puEwo:4.iu: _
place team will play the winner, of FLOWERS

.Supply$ SUPPLYPhone WO 4-2113 Nine Cases TriedIn The one league of the champions games at wUlbe-.de-730; p.m. ment's Heights.request. playground The Council approved in Saratoga the WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED %- 'Fl_WIRE.'lapwean FOB.- 84XB, ANTWHEXJItfch' _

cided at at 7:30
a game Friday, New and
Elementary School tied :Building" Supplies
Principal P.
222 Temple Ave. 224 N. Temple Mayor's CourtMayor's The last game of the regular T. Nolan also MKMOR1AL8 AND KESOLPTIOSi!! ___. ___ 4 Cntf Per W.r# Drive way pipe. JJ lengths! US
appeared the
Phone WO 4-2113 season this Friday July 8,.will pit per foot. See Billy Jackson Jack
Council to request that the city so WORDS OR LESS OB. ". *!.. (MI>!BEACH .. CUr .' _. .II son Building Supplies.
Waldo against the Garden JRestau- Uck.c
Court picked up a little ", install curbing and sidewalks on

over the Fourth of July holidaysas July 15. ,. Washington Street from the high I. ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO .-___ ___,ole Per W.H I SLN'jER representative. SEWINO, will be XAC.JmlE'-in Bradford;

nine cues came before Mayor rant..Last school( down to the old Heilbronn 80% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAMB AD Co. Mondays: and Fridays. For service
Billy Jackson Tuesday July 5. week's contests saw Camp building. SSe: ADDITIONAL, FOB BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IH ADVA5C9 on any make machine writ
TERWILLEGAR MOTORSUSED Club' 10-9 or call Singer Sewing Machine
Blanding beat the Lions Co.
Carrie Small, colored female Nola nstated 402
that several hundred N. Marion St or Phone -889,
was charged with possession of Waldo take Company C 9-8 and students were forced to walkin WE HAVE'a new liMn program FOR SALE Lake City,' PI*. Tfch*
the Garden Restaurant take Company :; farmers. Loans of ,,1 to I mix I
moonshine and fined $77.50 or 15 the ditch now several times fO'1 concrete concrete block LAKEVIEW ;
a for the entire credit BEA.CH & COTTAGES
15-6. fence ,
C cones. sand. cementMotar
days in Jail. The woman was sell- day, ,'oft n' times Nolan said, students menu of the firmer and his mix, rock steel, oyster shell, rElectrltfkitchen.! Reeerve 'your,
CAR SPECIALS ing shine by the pint or drink at ily. Gainesville Production Credit Llmerock. and Roof' Gravel. Phone nbw. Swlm,'jjcnlc,; lisitLCall: Waldo
their : ,
get .feet .wet .sm'cethey Association. (29 North Main HO J-255,2: or. see Mrs. A. Comer,
1' WO4-2521 Bradford
her home in Reno. Boys State Delegates either: have to-walk, on the .!ainesy1lle. Fla. ttchI1.DIOI' Ci.' Engineering tfehs Earletoq Fla. Jltchjf,. |1EXPERT
Bobby Barrett disorderly conduct Speak At Rotary"Club road or'in.the ditch. He said the '.

five days or:$6.50. school lost one and ,one-half 'I.fltikes -REPAIRED: ,All H.: '.Complete Tee Service -. .. '

t TRADED IN ON 1960 FORDS I Charles Walter Batten DWI Terry Walters, Johnny vDey6re,. teacher units because of absences &eueaa'le Charter. gara U 4SHEPHERD'S De-Moss .
_ postponed until July 12. RADIO TVS Pruning: Bracing ,
and Freddie Thomson. who ,we.reT.. when- the students had .colds or Iia tr*..., Owaer lag -, Cavity Work Tree Removal -
Walter Swindell, public intoxi- delegates to the. recent Boys State: the flu. 41* E., Via St. Pka.. WO. "'4- 80i Transplanting"Sapp's Jlt p.ii--tin". If.. .
cation '
of e.tezI .
$27.50 "
in Tallahassee spoke atthe'Ro'tary The. matter, ,wa referred to '

f Nathaniel Solomon, colored Club' Wednesday. describingthe Councilman Orrie Wiggins to look i' .COLONIAL 'FLORIST I Tree SurgeonsPETE Decorating

male, public intoxication seven activities 'at this annual into the matt rand .see what is Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. SAPP Owner
1959 CHEVROLET days in Jail or a fine of $37.50. necessary to do. Flowers! wired 'any place. Flowers STARKE -.. PHONE WO I-S9R. All Work. Guaranteed.
event. for all occasions Phone

1 59500 Tudor, Biscayne, Radio, have George vehicle Howard under Rank control failure and to Terry and Johnny were repre- ,Mrs. L.. D. Green wrote the WO .691..6DS East locAlly Nona St. tfchg CAI1L.

Bradford County; Council concerning the correctsteps _
sentatives from FOR'JlE.. WO 4.2$71, _
Heater. One Owner. causing an accident; forfeited to take apart _
while Freddie [grandson of' Mr. renaming city ments. Reasonable,rates.. Near For Esticuc| ,
bond of $27.50. streets. Mrs. Green wanted to shopping center. Phone WO 9.2011or
and Mrs. F. F. Stump 1 was a
Doretha Johnson, colored female WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213S.
delegate from Jefferson County. change the names of. two streets .Cherry St. (Shell 011 Co. Office.) JIM RICijAR SON
disorderly conduct forfeited in Green Acres Sub-division in tfcbg
The introduced by
toys were
bond of $31.50.Tommie honor of .her two ,
grandchildren. -
1959 CHEVROLET Bel! Guy Andrews who explained that .
J. Coward, colored male
Boys State' is outstanding nationwide -\ City AttorneyArch Thomas Jr. ,HASTINGS MATTRESS ,FOP. 8ALKGood
forfeited bond of
Air Tudor V-8 Power improper passing okayed the name changes provided -
1 :99500
I,1: $27.50. project of the American there was no, duplication with & UPHOLSTERY- WORKS. trailer Fishing, li ft. Rlg- Custom. made
Legion. plywood. boatr IS
glide Radio Heater 10- Millie Mae Lane, colored female present street : horse Elgin motsr.
; names.. Mae Street call WO 4-3821
disorderly conduct by. fighting ,Also a guest at this meetingwas will be changed to 710 lemon St ;... PaUtfea or "nee at '445 Westf Pratt St. Itp ,
and _
000 Miles. One Owner. Kenneth Grider commanderof
and by use of profane langu- '
Debrand Street will bear
: the name Furniture Repaired, Upholstered FOR SALE House and 7% acres
American, Legion Post 56
age; fJned five days or $27.50on Debra.. of land. Located on Qriffis Loop __
,each of the two. counts. & Refinished 1 I'/i miles out of town.\ 16,600. Gra- ____
Flier KilledIn J. T. Kirkland also appeared- ham Crew,, Ht I Box, ill, Starke.
Expert Surgery
fore, the Council and received per- ,___2tp 717 _
'-: 1958 Biblical Plane.Crash ; mission to erect signs at each New Innersprings Agent FOR R3Nr--Tht'
FORD 6 Passenger 1 EpicFeatured 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3963 room'furnished
end of St. Clair .Street directing apartment US.N, Church St. Phone
At Springs

1 39500 Country Sedan, V-8, Air At Camp BlandingA' I people, to the Church of God. Drop and Us Box a'C&rd or Call FOR SALE Xew and usedPLUMBING :WO 4-J5H.-. .Margaret' _$-Unkenshlp., ttchrOR __ __ __

I The Council FIXTURES. Gainesville -
., plane from the Jacksonville agreed to install '
Conditioned. Heating & Plumbing. Hawth- ? 'Rikr.bec room unfura- _
I Park Theatre"Solomon Naval Air Station crashed Tues- sewers to several houses in Saratoga PALATKA EA 5-9168 orne Road & SB 18th St. 9tch? 7/28 Ished homo oil Pttereon_ Rd. Phone

day afternoon. July 5, near Stevens ; Heights belonging to Deme- STARKE :WO (- 8St WO -tt75.. ,. \ tfchg
Call WO 4-9374 if you are planning
Lake in.the Camp Blanding tree Builders provide dthat Deme- MRS. PEGGY'SHALLES:: Starke, on sending child to kindergartenin WANTED.' Housekeeper S days ,
and Sheba the $6- Reservation.The tree',Builders pay half :the cost. September. Mama Priest. week. Furnish' Own transportation. _
000,000 Biblical epic which stars Agent Stcng7/2l Contact Mrs. A J. Barry WO 43801 .
.' [ 1958 FORD Tudor (6) pilot. Lieut. Robert James or apply at Poctor's office.
and Gina
I 19500 I Brynner Lollobrigida Davis-Jr.. was found dead in the Old Road FOR REXT Two story modem tfchg _
in the title roles will play at the I Lawtey FOR SALEEqult 2 ) in 3 bedroom. farm home on U. S. :OL All modem ,
Clean. One Owner. Park Theatre Sunday Mondayand cockpit of his plane. He was as- home In Starke. $500 down rest like conveniences. Call WO 4-4301.: FOR SALE Pretdfng age regis- _

signed to Attack Squadron 44.. Needs ; rent. Contact L. C. King 1035 Neil tfohg tere* -Ang .> Biljs;; ,Prlee reason _
Tuesday July 10. 11 and 12. The Repairing Court or call WO 4-4Z42. Ztp TIT able. Doyl. Conner, WO 4-4301.. :
AD Shyraider. one of the FOR RENT Furnished upstairs '
The picture an Edward Small tfchgCLQ9K
last apartment. 2 rooms and bath. SitS .
Navy's '
presentation, Is a King Vidor pro- non-jet combat Says CommissionThe Starke And Orange Park City Lets Epperson. T. It. Kirchaine tfchg '.. .
planes crashed'and'( burned in a I will sell y uu tile let aall eomUrttie : I. ?*
duction in and Techni- I
1958 HILLMAN Station Technirama wooded area about 1,000 feet '.'llier. He will fgr"." VOJU? .WANTED Old fashion large dinning Thr ****?..:'. .*i&7 baa.wltb .
I color. It'also stars George Sanders able nncesUeas aa< will build ae- room suit. Reasonable. AlSO J'Jertu ._ .R..tUe .bat..
119500 I and Marisa Pavan. south of a bombing range near Old Lawtey Road, abandoned eer.... te your ....... nursery furniture. Write P. O. Box. !..... JlTt.r .. Sad 4iSlal area. eIae- _
Wagon, Fordor. One Solomon and Sheba" was film- Stevens Lake four miles south I. for many years by both the A. J. Th._.., Realtor ]tOl.. Starke. Ztchl'.Tn ...., ,efrt;,, h..t wafer fceaUr ______
space beater. dlr"rt, street.rit .
Owner, 22,000 Miles. ed on location in Spain and of Kingsley Lake. county and state road departments NEED aiOFEY ??? GIL'S ODD JOB KKIIVICE large I......." Jet; paced?. rle. Jast
Davis was'on a routine : is badly in need of repair Painting C'Irpenter' Work Macon 'l3,0eJq ; .u...
features a cast of thousands who Earn it AS thousands of women Work. Landscaping Window Wash- "

portray the Israelites and their bombing mission when the crash Commissioner Harold Norman do. Represent AVON COSME In*! Reasonable! Dependable. A. J. THOMAi.REALTOR, ,

enemies.. Practically ,the entire occurred about 1 p. m. The plane told the County Commission Tues TICS. Write; Quid. C. Sweat P. Call Me. Woodland 4-1(62. P. 7114: FOR SALE it'ent-U.oo
day; July 5.The'road dressed or _
Spanish cavalry was assigned. to carried no explosive armament a O. Box ,540. LIve Oak. Fla. FOR SALE Modern 2 bedroom SOc allv -.Contact'Bpl-Teste, JU. I

1959 ENGLISH FORD the roles of the mounted troops Navy spokesman said. Ca.useof has been left abandoned frame home with S acres of land. Bos..I.C. fol Phono Keystone .It 3-: _
1 the since the.route of U. S. 301 was HELP WASTED 1>,4 miles W. of Lawtey. Contact Itp
09500 crash '
H Clean. One Owner. who slash and cut at each other was not immediately MALE *: FEMALEMAN" L. C. KinK, 1085 Neil Court or'call
Neitherthe FOR RtN't.-'Qifk. .
many years ago.
during Hard fought battle se determined. OR WOMAN.- to take over WO 46242. 2tp 7/7 Ver In. _
state nor the county has been Dealerehip in Starke. Products established. urance/Agencr. ." per' month.

quences. Three willing to maintain the.road which Weekly profits of $50.00 FOR SALE B & G oil-less Air Ca1l"V'b 4.193i.. Ito 7/14,
SentencedIn '
Construction of Solomon's or more at start possible. No Investment Compressor for paint work: !i FOR -
now has deep pot holesafl'along necessary. Will help you horsepower; wt. 33 Ibs. Practicallybrand RUMT Beantifulfy. f rnibhed ____
one-bldrftojn .
temple palace posed many Circuit CourtThree started. Write C. R. Ruble new. Too small for. my 1Suln.apart-
ts,two mile length. get W _____
ment .aer< from P. ILS. AU tOe
for the Products, fne.. hatchery. Cost $78 will sellfor
problems picture's research Dept. 7-J. Watkins
A Good Selection of Over 40 staff since Biblical measurements ,Norman stated, that the road Memphis Z. .Tean. Up $50. Billy Rose Aquatic Gardens bath Mrs., Renner'modem WO:Ind 4-M44.convenient tfchg Call
persons 1 sentenced the phone 4280 Keystone Heights. Fla. .
were to provides only: access to the '
had' to 'be translated into lot W park t .
RENT' Private >
prison terms on Thursday .June present. 301 'for many residents in FOR furnish FOR REXT 4 roOm furnished _
Used Cars and Trucks from inches!, feet and yards to. get the trailer. Lights and water
apartment with icrten porch. -
30. by Circuit Judge George. 1; the Lawtey area. ed. $11 per month.u. R. Judd White or colored lady. Work 2 or
exact demensions. For the statistically i WO 4-snt 3tfhg 721 3 days week and help with semi- Modern conveniences; contact Mr.
Patten. The County Commission on a invalid lady. Contact Mrs. Penoyer.. Wesley Andrew" at 5<7 W. Mad-
minded, the temple was constructed '
$50.OOup according to the'descripI LeRoy Davis, 40, Starke Negro I, motion by Norman, voted to, con- FOR RENT 2 bedroom OR SALE home. -Newly Unfurnished remodeled -- WO'lnl, Leaton Morgan. Rd. Up faion. ." It chg

tion in the sixth chapter of I was sentenced to eight yearslorescape tact State Senator Charley E. ::i N. Myrtle St. Phone I DOG ,POUND Ope malt black _
I from city jail and twoand: Johns to see what can be done WO1 4J. Itrhg i FOR SALE II ft. Cypress fishing and brown h und "and' on. grayish
,. Kings. blue Scotch Terrier. Owners may
boat. Almost
one-half years for his attempted: about getting the.State Road Department CARPENTERS needed. Also other I etc. included. Price $49 claim dogs by contacting police department _

breaking and entering of, Leila's to repair the road under jobs. open. South East Const. Cach. Johnie Hancen. P. O. Box: and paying Bound fee.

.: Mrs. .Smith ElectedTo Dress Shop. Davis was' already on the county's secondary: road pro-I Starke, Fla. Phone WO $-2381.tfcbg.CO'I I .?$7. .Stark. Phone' Waldo HO Ttohg 82831. -. -_ItchgJUST _

FILC BoardMrs. parole from Duval County; his pram. -, '.
Your Authorized FORD and A-l Circuit Court Clerk Charles w -u FREE Kittens to give.away. See .
sentence will be served at '
Ral- Miss Louise Stern on U. 9. 201Antb : *-.:. OPENING( -
Junius M. Smith of the Darby stated: that, an, SRD rep- nf bridge. 2tchg 7/14 S

\ User Car Dealer in Bradford Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundrywas ford.Moonshiners Richard Murray,i resentative said it would be an HOUSE_ FOR RENT' Upstairs fnrnishei S ) D&JUPHOLSTERY

elected to the 29, of Bunnell and James Jones expensive proposition to resurface apartment. Corner Washington and ,
Board of Directors the 014_road. Darby said the county r Grahir CaW LE -!8sr. P.: EV Beard. -
37. of Lawtey were given one flay FOR SALE Ito .
of Florida Institute of -
an would
in probability, repair -
to decide -
County whtener to pay $500
,. ;: Laundering and Cleaning at the fines or serve one year in JaiL] the pot holes in hopes, that .FOR KALE .Colonial', type sofa. 2 : ; ., .; .SHOP
0 'm"1Iqiri and 'a table. "ContactMm.
.' J, 1I ,. Institute's annual conventionheld The two Negroes are now serving the road would .hold .up und t the FIVE ROOMS, ; F.rhard at lit hon,.. on bft 418 EAST CALL
..f..r Wrrtok.r road on SSI $I). Ito
24-25 at the IS
June their year in the Raiford State light traffic to which it subject. '
Fontaine'I'I ANP} BATH
bleau Hotel. Miami *
Prison. <* ed..' 1I'0a REX54 fnot hon." tnner. '

,Mrs. Smith Is the first ,woman .1', w.-Aay tte r.. 9 >> m""e,1 l onto "wn lot; Con 'Slip/Cofcr. ?
54's J. White
H. at WO 41
ever to be elected to the board. best possible service in 'line with ?Mtn I4d'ApT1 .

"The main function of FTLAC the changing laundering nd ./THE 'IUGDr' roCrt br. .*. CHARLES.! SchmfttPlume f and; Suplis,
fI< o '4'I: rC'l'tOS'-ta* .. "'-. Jitv"th. -
is to help Florida's professional cleaning needs of the moden. say -you write.Come fa tad toyoor WO !t On ) r..nnr cow. 4 b.. fer.. All '
-I launderers and cleaners, offer the homemaker." Mrs. Smith explain" td favorite ESTRbBOOBTELEGSAPH. ... .<, TT"rf."r(| jntoj. Cvrus Tt 'ReI.I HOZlU. i'on SA !; hot

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resident of Keystone ,Heights for fl uuuLLULaLe.aLa u.L.uMELROSE ,i I son, A. C. Spires Jr., Mrs. Morris TRINITY EPISCOPAL

HIGHLIGHTS the past nine years died Sunday ; : Kaytof and four children, of Miami CULitCII, MELROSE
KEYSTONE morning, July 3, at the home of I : and a son-in-law and Sundays 10 a. m, Church

his son. Joseph Holland of Jack- o1nSi I i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles School. 11:15 aon.. Morning Prayer -

_ By Mary K. Schaeffer sonville. Mr. Holland' was born in V By RothnammerAAAAAA I Hoffman and children of Cocoa. and Sermon (First Sunday,

Brookneal, Va., and was a resi- / Joyce Winners of the Melrose Dupli- Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal

Rotary News M:'.. Jordan, a native Floridian, dent of Jacksonville before mov- N W ALiA11Laa A A J.A A A A cate Bridge last week were: 1st, Young Churchmen.
ing to Keystone. Survivors include Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Sallie Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy
The first meeting of the Keystone has his B. A. and Master's De- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chambleeand
his wife. Mrs. Mary C. Holland Mansfield
; 2nd Mrs. Lucille Communion.
Club for in Education '
Heights Rotary gree from the Uni- children of Panama City I
; three sons: Joseph and Starnes
and Mrs. Mae Hender- The Rev. Millard H. Breyf ogle,
the new year was held on Friday, versity of Florida. He spoke of last .
spent weekend visiting Mrs.Chamblee's
Samuel Jr. both of I
Jacksonville, i son; 3rd, Mrs. Flo Becker and Vicar.
July I, at the Woman's Club. the importance of mothers and
and Robert, of Akron, Ohio; two parents. Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Ruth Hollis; 4th. Mrs. Edna
Oordan Adams reviewed the July fathers in halting delinquency in Grant Rothhammer, and brother
brothers both
of Brookneal. Va.; Strain and Mrs. Dottie
Faith Pl't'fobyterbuChurl'
issue of the Rotarian, the official our country.
14 grandchildren and' 7 great and family, Mr and Mrs. Glynn Honored Wi'h Shower
!\, Melrose
Rotary Magazine. On Friday July 8, the Rotary Rothhammer.
Jess Lewis introduced the Speaker will be Dr. Pauline Hil- grandchildren. Mr Holland wasa Mrs. Louise Rhoads of Jackson- Mrs. D. B. Lynn, Mrs. E. M. Sunday serv! --Church School.
member of St. William's Cath- r Robinson
,whose Mrs. J. Emory Cross, 9:15: a.m. Morning Worship 11a.m.
Jordan bard and her
Speaker, Robert subject will be '
olic Church in Keystone ville and her sister Mrs. O. T.
Rosarywas and Mrs.
subject was Juvenile delinquency. "The White House Conference as recited Robinson of Melrose. left I Harry Jackson Jr. I Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pastor -
Monday night at 8 Sunday were joint hosts at miscellaneous
a ,
One ,Person Sees It. Viee Presi- to visit brother-in-law and I
o'clock at Key-McCabe Funeral bridal
will I I shower for Mrs. Carl
dent 1
Roy Watkins introducethe sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kelbertof
Chapel in Jacksonville, and Hagglund Tuesday night at the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
HEALTH FACTSL speaker Dr. Hilliard is headof '
Bi'adentonEnroute home
the a requiem funeral mass was said Melrose Woman's Club. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Dept. of Elementary Edu-
cation Tuesday morning, at 9:30: at the they spent the night at the The club house was decorated J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph
Over 000 Insurance Companies at the University of Flori- Church of the Chalet Suzanne in Lake Wales.
Assumption in with pink
da, and is also an author of and fern. The Copeland, Minister of Music and
pay benefits for Chiropractic some Jacksonville. Burial was in Evergreen They returned home Thursday. gift table was centered with a church
note. For two years, she was7 editor Cemetery.Mrs. : -I Jeffry and Mark Meehan of
"it white satin-covered
service. < parasol with Services: Sunday School 9:45
tot American Education ,
In- ,
", t'?"
; Ga.
Atlanta. two
under the Valldejuli To. TeachAt ,;a"i1 "-.. are spending white satin streamers termin-
2. Employees injured ternational <: a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Magazine, and is also :- ', 4
Clay HifhStudents ; ;; t' 1 weeks with their aunt and uncle -
Workmen, Compensation are en- on the editorial board of Child- .. ,> w : ; ating on the gift table. The I(Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening
without at Clay High School J"W jrE Mr. and Mrs. George Rippey. guests were served individually services is p. m.
titled' to Chiropractic care craft. During the White House :t1'l" '
last weekend with the
will have Spending
a rare treat !in store decorated cakes
carrying out the "Make church worship a family
,cost to the employee.Does Conference this spring, Dr. Hil
for them if they enroll for a Rippeys was Mrs. Rippey's sister. pink and green color scheme, and affair."
your insurance policy pro- liard Mrs. was a group leader. course in Spanish;. Mrs.: Jorge 'Mrs. L. Lake of Savannah Ga. punch with nuts and mints. I

,Aid for Chiropractic .care? We MacDonell Honored Valldejuli, who lives near Key: Miss Betty Strickland is now Mrs. COMMCN1TI CHURCH
On Monday morning. June 27, stone, has signed contract 4 5/wi3 living with her'mother Mrs. Ru- Ray Stedham gave two KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
will be glad to check your policyto to w lc 9Y .Ta vocal solos and Mrs. Roy Watkins
covered. Mrs. Frank Harris Jr.. and Mrs. teach Spanish and civics there by Strickland, and brother, Jack. Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister
Me If you are properly aunt of the bride gave a reading.
Raymond Stames
entertained ata
next semester. She Mrs. V. Y. Crawley returnedlast Mrs. J. L. Iletherington
'You owe it to yourself to have Mrs. Montay Vickers kept the I
morning coffee for Mrs. Gerald
year at Michigan State University week from a visit with her Organist and Q>olr Director
your policies checked before you MacDonell, a new neighbor who in East Lansing, Mich., and two father in Ft, Walton Beach. guest book. I Sunday School 9:00: a.m. Morn-

hare need for them. recently moved to Keystone from years at Ohio State in Columbus, Mrs.; Louise Chambers and chil- Mrs. Hagglund received many ing Worship 10:00: a.m.

No policy complete that does St. Augustine. Mr. MacDonell fa I, Ohio. The past year or so, she dren of Waldo and her cousin, gifts from guests and those who
Hot provide for Chiropractic Bene- employed at the Keystone State! has been giving the boys and Miss Sue Chambers of Funston. were unable to attend. The host- and Mrs. Bill Preston of Melrose.Mr. .

Bank. The party was held at the : girls at the Happy Hours Play I Ga. spent the day recently at the esses presented her with a plat-!,' Hagglund is the son of Mr.

fits.No physical examination is complete Starnes' home on East Lakeview: School a fragmentary course in home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mul- ter in her chosen pattern. I'[ and Mi's. Carl Hagglund. The
Drive. About 35 guests came to! conversational Mrs. Hagglund is the former I II marriage took place June 19 in
that does not Include' an examination Spanish and
meet Mrs. MacDonell. Mrs. David vocabulary. Norma was, born and lis.Miss Becky Mullis is In Palatka I Pat Preston, daughter of Mr. Eliam Baptist Church-
for nerve pressure.Many Nelson Mary Louise Gardner Lt. Rand Edelstein
poured coffee, while reared in Costa Rica, Central visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. _
accidents do not produce Mrs. Charles McGlave,presided at America. On June 17. 1960, she Are Wed In Community Church CeremonyMiss and Mrs. George Duck. r u

immediate symptoms. Locating the punch bowl became a full-fledged American Mr. and Mrs. C. Evans Spires

nerve pressure by your Doctor of Entertains At Bridge Citizen of which she is very Mary Louise Gardner: ana offers; Gretchen Newman, and ; and children recently spent a few C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR

Chiropractic will reveal many conditions Sirs. Frank Harris. Jr., and proud. Lt. Rand Edelstein were married l I Karen Newman were attired in I days in Miami with friends and

not found in ordinary! examinations. Mrs. Raymond Starnes were joint Garden Club"To Meet miniature copies of the bridesmaids' relatives.We Real
in Estate and
hostesses at two bridge parties a beautiful and impressive Appraisal
The Garden Club Division of gowns. They also had were sorry to hear that
Bring Your Health Problemsto Tuesday evening June 28. and the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub ceremony at.the. Keystone head bows and carried baskets of Ernie Howard is in the hospitalAlso

the Wednesday afternoon, June 29. will meet Tuesday,'July' 19, Heights Community Church 'on, rose petalsMarc on the sick list is Mrs. H. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights

There were 13 tables in all Win- at 9:30: a. m. at the home of their Saturday, July 2, at two o'clockin Edelstein of Gainesville, H. Phelps who recently broke her PHONE 4297
ners on Tuesday evening were leader, Mrs. Sara McDonald of the' leg. We hope they get well soon.
The H. G. Bollinger MacDonell. who the afternoon. The Rev. Mil- stonier bridegroom, was
Mrs. Gerald first; lives on Lake Keystone. The last the best man. Ushers were Mr.Dnald Clarence Mann, who has beenin
lard H. of .
rector St.Anne's
Mrs. Carl second and Breyfogle LISTINGS
Chiropractic Office ; [meeting was poorly attended, as _14. Christoffers. Charles the Veteran's Hospital, is
Mrs. Louise Logsdon, third.: On it was not made clear to the Episcopel Church per- lie. -th!'a, Donald Morgan, of home for a few weeks. His

Chiropractic offices are located at Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.: T. J. (members that the club would formed the double ,ring ceremony;; Keystone,. and Dave Davis of Mi- friends are urged to visit him. Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved

"728 H University Ave. i Hawes was first; Mrs. Billie continue during the summer. It White tapers in candelabra, ami. I II Recent guests at the home of Residential Farm and Business Property.

,Gainesville Fla.. Burch, second; and Mrs. Frances has been decided that they will white chrysanthemums and gladioli Saber-bearers included Cdr.I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires were

Givens third. v' meet the third Tuesday' of each were used against a back- Richard Conant and Lt. John their son-in-law and daughter, WE HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND

428 N. Walnut St. Local Man\ Dies month. Anyone having a particular ground of palms and magnolia. Mullett of Gainesville. Lt. Frank Mr. and Mrs. John Rynd and INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.

,Starke Fla. At Home Of,Soli v problem with plants or yard Organ music was played by Mrs. I Yon and Lt, David Flagg of Fort three children of Atlanta Ga.;
Samuel Collins Holland\ 74. a .is invited to come to the meeting James L, Hetherington. i Bragg, N. C., Lt Robert Ammerman."to -t .. ..
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i and benefit .from_the knowledge i Miss Gardner is ,the daughter (; Orlando and Lt. John "= ".
; and experience of these ladies. of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arnold Crunp'Tampa., '

Year 'R und Air Conflitioning; Bake Sale A Success Gardner. Lt. Edelstein is the son Mrs. Gardner mother of the

t. Members 'of the Keystone of Mrs. Bert Christoffers.,- of bride, ,wore, a light green dress of

HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM Heights ;Junior Woman's Club I I I Keystone Heights and the late; silk;, organza, and lace with white )'I
held: a bake sale on Saturday, Marcus Edelstein of Gainesville.He .t accessories and a white orchid.

July 2, in front of'the Red and. is the grandson of Mrs. Her- Mrs. Christoffers mother of the

FOR ASLITTLE $ 5 Aft PER ) White 'Grocery. They wish to man Leibowitz.The groom wore, a Windsor blue

AS WEEK thank all people who so gener- bride, given In marriage sheath of Shiffli embroidered
ously donated and who bought crystaline. Her hat was of van-
by her father, wore a billowing!
_ goods. They realize that every- gated blue flowers and she wore
_ HTS. gown of white chiffon taffeta '
7 CALL REDFEARN one was very busy at that time. with hand-clipped Chantilly lace an orchid corsage. '

4252 Proceeds will go to the Schoolfor overlaying the bodice. The* skirt, Following the wedding a reception -
their athletic held in the Keystone
program. was ,
L ckscading into a chapel train,
FOR FURTHER DETAILSKEYSTONE1- Summer Recreation Notes Heights Woman's Club. Palms,
was caught in front showing an
Baseball games are scheduledfor insert of lace over taffeta. Pearls I greenery, and pink: roses were

;every Monday, Wednesday, used in decorating.
and iridescent sequins adornedthe

and'Friday during July, You may sabrina neckline and the The wedding cake, topped by 1d

McKAY AT KEYSTONE find a schedule of, games on the three-quarter sleeves, shirred at an orchid, centered the bride's
Post Office bulletin board the table, which was covered with
the elbows. Her fingertip veil 'was
3 BR Frame, large all purpose room, bath, centrally play-ground bulletin board, and attached to a crown of seed white organdy'over a pink: cloth-

)located in town. $4,750. $2,000 down. $35 per month. in Belotes' window. Games for pearls, and she carried an orchidon Pink roses and greenery also
this week are; Friday, July 8, graced the table. The cake was
a prayer book with a cascadeof
P PARADISE LAKE LOTS-Sandy Beach, easy terms. Keystone vs. Melrose at Key- tube roses.Orchidcolored. cut by Mrs. Herbert Nelson.

_ $1,500. stone; Monday, July 11. Keystonevs. Pouring punch: from silver
frocks of Alen-
Waldo, at Waldo; and Wed., bowls were Mrs. Lewis Muir, Mrs.
Building Lot 1 block to school, nice neighborhood. July 13. Keystone vs. Starke. All con lace were worn by her attendants Donald Morgan, Mrs. Thomas A.

.. games begin at 4 p. m. : Mrs. Charles T. Livelyof Prevost, Mrs Michael Adams, I
$1,000. Terms. The Arts and Crafts class will Weston, West Virginia, who Mrs. Gilbert Reed Mrs. Frank

have a new instructor for the remaining was matron of honor, as well'as Harris, and Mrs. Wilbur McDaniel. -

S. E. M KAY REALTOR four, weeks of the pro- an aunt of the bride; also Mrs. Miss Margaret Muir kept the

gram, due to the fact that Mrs, Marc Edelstein of Gainesville, bride's book

Keystone Heights, Fla. Alice Niebert, who was in chargeof bridesmatron: ,and Miss Louise Before leaving on their northern I' 4ut II
the program found it necessary Hiserman of Elmhurst, N. Y., wedding-trip Mrs. Edelstein
PHONE 3071 I to return to Ohio. Mrs. bridesmaid. Their dresses had low donned a turquoise linen sheath-

I Chuck [IDotl] Newman will con- scoop necklines, short cap sleeves, Her accessories were white and AUTOMATIC WASHER
duct the classes. So as not to and bouffant skirts. All wore her corsage a white orchid. I : FULLY

I I conflict with the swimming program matching headbands 'of ,orchid After August 10 the couple will ,

I the Arts' and,Crafts classes satin and their .bouquets ,were I be living at Fort Benning Ga.. "Wrinkle-free" washing .Triple-action rinsin

will for 'the next two chrysanthemums where Lieutenant Edelstein will
I Partial load control 10-lb.tub capacity
weeks afternoons.from 1 to 3 p. m"on Tuesday The-flower- girls. Cherie Christ------ be stationed. \ ; : :::::: V__::::: ,.A. __ ._..

and a super-duper eight-layer summer. Lw02Srwjp$1
Problems have been <
ered in securing 'transportationfor chocolate cake baked by Mrs. First Baptist Church

the baseball taems to out-of- Tolford., On Tuesday of this week, the a.95
Guests included Johnny Muir, Nelle.Pearce Circle met with Mrs. I
.ti town games and for bowling on 1
Saturday mornings. 'Anyone who Marshall Beam, Barry Weyman, James Puckett. at 3 p. m. The '
41 Stefan Brokas, Jimmy Jackson Faye Taylor Circle met on Thurs- entire coaxial :?
would be so good as, ,to use his
0K car for this purpose is asked to Danny Hinck, and Donald Ilgen. day at 2:30: with Mrs. Ted Ogles- transmission ; -

contact Mrs. ,Barry Weyman by CHURCH NEWSCommunity by.On L'11m r
Church July 25, a revival will start 1iJ"lmJlfm1
phoning her at 2983.
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The regular quarterly commun- and Dr. Clinton Cutts from the -
THE DIFFERENCE Local Man On,,T. V., to ion of the Community Churchwas First Baptist Church of Vienna, PORCELAIN FINISH INSIDE AND OUT PROTECTS AGAINST RUST!
Keystoners were pleased see ,
V one of their number'on the Wal- administered on Sunday, Ga., will be the evangelist. Meet- -

__i : IS. IN. YOUR FAVOR do Norris Show last Monday July 3, to a large crowd''' of wor- ings will be held,all week July 25- ENJOY THE ULTIMATE IN LUXURY.. /
shippers. In the absence of the i f; I
afternoon. He was Rotarian 31.The .d
.,. when you spend what is left ;AFTER Huntley Redfeara.. Jr, who came choir which is on a two-month Sunday School is proud to -,. I"

Decide how"much you are going to save each on in behalf of the Rotary Swim- vacation Floyd Baker suppliedthe announce an attendance of 235 :1: 4+

pay-day, then deposit this fixed sum in your ming Program, an annual event special music. on for'SundaY morning .July 3. otiiotnEj
will meet Personals
The Stewards
savings 'account. in' your friendly bank today? which' will be taking place .starting -
to'reachyour'goaL' Why not open a July 11, and running for two Monday July 11. at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benson en- TOUCH CO
war in the administration building.
weeks. This is a worthwhile project tertained.the.Ja.cksQnv1lle Camera
saving account IRST. It's the one sure School Executive One touch of finger
and we speak with the voice The Sunday Club rot which they are mem- your ONLY

SAVING, i instead of Saving what is left' after of experience, for our children Board made up of officers and bers at their home on Lake gives you the proper ,

spen4ing., .; {
first put their noses under water building on Tuesday 40 people including members and '
known washable .
I VVV V : V : while learning to be "Minnows"in July 12. at 7:45: p. m. their families enjoyed swimming,

.I lI St. William's Catholic
the Rotary Swimming, Program boating a.nd. a picnic dinner.
( The ''regular Catholic Club Mrs. Sophie DeFrank and

: THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Frankie Is Eleven meeting was postponed becauseof twill daughter: Marlene of Baltimore. "We Service Everything We Sell"
On Thursday evening' June 30. the Independence Md., have been visiting Mrs. De-
Frankie Tolford. son of Mr. and I convene again on Monday Frank's sister ,and family CoL

r" BJember FJXLC. Mrs. Charles Tolford, celebrated! evening, July 11, after a covered and Mrs.John Beidler.. The De-
his eleventh birthday with 'a i dish supper which will start at Franks expected to leave for REDF.EARN'SHONE

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Commanlty, beach party at Keystone Public 6 p. m. With Labor Day in sight.' home this week.
that be
it Is necessary everyone
Beach for some of his friends: Mr. and,Mrs. Richard E. Clapp
Fla. present to help plan. : Keystone Heights
Keystone Heights, : P 4252
left Keystone for: Clearwater
'. There were swimming .-games' Tuesday morning masses at I .

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resident of Keystone .Heights for I tauuulaa.aaaa.uaaau son, A. C. Spires, Jr., Mrs. Morris TRINITY EPISCOPAL
the past nine years died Sunday Kaytof and four children, of Mi- CHlriCH, MELROSE

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS morning, July 3, at the home of gf MELROSEBy ami; and a son-in-law and Sundays 10 a. m.. Church

his son. Joseph Holland of Jack- I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles'II School. 11:15 ajn. Morning Prayer -

I By Mary K. Schaeifer sonville. Mr. Holland was born in Hoffman and children of Cocoa, ; and Sermon (First Sunday,
Brookneal Va., and 'was a resident I Winners of the Melrose Dupli-J I Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episco-

of Jacksonville before moving -. ae cate Bridge last week were: 1st,,!pal Young Churchmen.
Mr. Jordan
News a native Floridian,
Rotary to Keystone. Survivors include Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Sallie I Holy Days lo a. ra., Holy
of the Keystone has his B. A. and'Master's De-
The Mr and Mrs Tom Chambleeand
his wife, Mrs. Mary C. Holland e Mansfield; 2nd, Mrs. Lucille I Communion.The .
Heights Rotary Club for gree' in Education from the University children of Panama City
; three sons: Joseph and Starnes and Mrs. Mae Hender Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,
the new year was held on Friday, of Florida. He spoke of spent last weekend visiting Mrs. I
Samuel Jr., both of Jacksonville, ; I son; 3rd, Mrs. Flo Becker and I II Vicar.
July 1, at the Woman's Club. I the importance of mothers and ; Chamblee's parents Mr. and Mrs. I
and Robert Mrs.
: of Akron, Ohio; two WqY Ruth Hollis; 4th, Mrs. Edna
Gordan reviewed the July fathers in halting rq
Adams delinquency in
Grant Rothhammer
; and brother
brothers both of Brookneal ; Strawn and Mrs. Dottie
i Va.; F I Scully. Faith Presbyterian
Issue of the Rotarian the official our country. 14 grandchildren and' 7 great- and family, Mr. and Mrs. GlynnRothhammer. I Honored Wi'h Shower Church! Melrose
On Friday, the
July 8.
Magazine. Rotary
grandchildren. Mr. 'Holland wasa Y4 Mrs. D. B. Lynn, Mrs. E. M. Sunday serv'ea-Church School.
Lewis introduced the Speaker will be Dr. Pauline Hil- yiv I
Jess Mrs. Louise Rhoads of Jackson
member of St. Robinson. Mrs. !
William's Cath- J. Emory Cross, iI 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 11
Robert Jordan, .whose liard, and her subject will be
speaker, '
olic ville and her sister, Mrs. O. T. 'I
Church in and Mrs.
juvenile delinquency. "The White House Conference Keystone Rosary Harry Jackson. Jr. I a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas
subject was as
Robinson of
Melrose left Sunday -
was recited Monday night at 8 were joint hosts at a miscellaneous -I tor.
One Person Sees It. Viee Presi
to visit a brother-in-law and
o'clock at Key-McCabe Funeral bridal shower for Mrs. Carl'
dent Roy Watkins will introducethe Home sister. Mr and Mrs. D. G. Kelbertof FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Chapel in Jacksonville, and Hagglund Tuesday night at the
HEALTH FACTS speaker. Dr. Hilliard is head '
Bradenton. Enroute home
a requiem funeral mass was said Melrose Woman's Club. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

of cation the Dept. of Elementary Edu- Tuesday morning., at 9:30: at the fP they spent the night at the The club' house was decorated J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph

1. 0ver !500( Insurance Companies at the University of Florida Church of the Assumption in Chalet Suzanne in Lake Wales. with pink gladioli and fern. The '.Copeland Minister of Music and
and is also an author of
pay benefits for Chiropractic 'some Jacksonville. Burial was' in Ever They returned home Thursday. gift table was centered with a church organist.
note. For two years she was edi- green'Cemetery.. Jeffry and Mark Meehan of
white satin-covered with
'service. parasol Services: Sunday School 9:45
tor tot American Education In- Mrs. Atlanta, Ga. are spending two
%. Employees Injured under the ternational Valldejuli To Teach white satin streamers termin- a, m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Magazine and is.also
At Clay HfchStudents weeks with their aunt and uncle ating the table. The j
en- on gift Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening
Workmen are
Compensation on the
editorial board of Child- ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Rippey.
at Clay High School guests were served individually services a p. m
titled to Chiropractic care without craft During the White House
will have a rare treat in store f 4. v Spending last weekend with the decorated cakes carrying out the "Make church worship a family
cost to the employee.' Conference this spring, Dr. Hil- for them if they enroll for a ms3 h4'f ;, Rippeys was Mrs. Rippey's sister, pink and green color scheme, and affair."

Does your Insurance policy pro-. liard was a group leader. course in Spanish: Mrs. Jorge > e? 4 'Mrs. L. Lake of Savannah, Ga. punch with nuts and mints.
Mrs. MacDonell Honored N S'n :Miss Betty Strickland is now I COMl\ttlNlT CHURCH
Aide for Chiropractic canVc Valldejuli who live near Key: Mrs. Ray Stedham two
On Monday morning, June 27,I living with her mother, Mrs. Ru- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
stone has
Will be to check policy signed a 'contract to ,
Clad your 4 r ,t vocal solos and Mrs. Roy Watkins'
Mr.. Frank Harris, Jr., and Mrs. teach Spanish by Strickland, and brother, Jack. Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister
: '
to bee If you are properly covered. I civics there aunt of the bride gave a reading.'I
Raymond Starnes'entertained at, next semester. Mrs. V. Y. Crawley returnedlast Mrs J. i,. Hetherington
to bav She taught one Mrs. Montay Vickers the
it to kept
You yourself e
owe a morning coffee for Mrs. Gerald Director
year at Michigan State University week from a visit with her Organist and Qiolr
guest book.
your policies checked beforeyoi I MacDonell a new neighbor who in East Lansing, Mich.: and two father in Ft. Walton Beach. I Sunday School 0:00: ajn. Morning -

hare need for them. recently moved to Keystone from years at Ohio State in Columbus }'1r Louise Chambers and children Mrs. Hagglund received many Worship 10:00: a.m._
No policy Is compete' that doei I St. Augustine. Mr MacDonell is Ohio. The past she of Waldo and her cousin, gifts from guests and those who
year or so, were unable' to attend. The host- and Mrs. Bill Preston of Melrose.
hot Dens. employed at the Keystone State .
provide for Chiropractic has been giving the boys and Miss Sue Chambers of l' mston, i
esses presented her with platter Mr. Hagglund U the son of Mr.
Bank. The party was held at theStarnes' a -
fits. girls at the Happy Hours Ga. spent the day recently at the
Play in her chosen I and Mrs. Carl IIagglund. The
Ko physical examination is complete .. home on East Lakeview School a fragmentary course in home of Mr, and Mrs. ..1.V.. Mul- pattern.
Drive About 35 guests came to lis. Mrs. Hagglund is the former I l marriage took place June 19 in
that does not include' an ex'amlnatlon conversational Spanish and
I meet Mrs. MacDonelL Mrs. Da- Miss Becky Mullis is in Palatka Pat Preston, daughter of Mr. Eliam Baptist Church.i .
vocabulary. Norma born and
; for nerve pressure. vid Nelson poured coffee, while reared in Costa Rica Central' Mary Louise Gardner Lt. Rand EdelsteinAre I visiting her aunt and uncle. Mr.

Winy accidents do not product, Mrs. Charles McOla'e.presided at America On June 17. 1960, she I Wed In Community Church CeremonyMiss and :Mrs. George Duck. i

''Immediate symptoms. Locating the punch bowL became a full-fledged American I' Mr. and Mrs. C. Evans Spires'

nerve pressure by your Doctor olChiropractic Entertains At Bridge Citizen of which she Is very Mary Louise Gardner ana offers; Gretchen Newman, and and children recently spent a few C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR

will reveal many conditions Airs- Frank Harris. Jr., and proud. Lt. Rand Edelstein were married I Karen Newman were attired in days in Miami with friends and

not found in ordinary examinations. Mrs. Raymond Starnes were joint Garden miniature relatives.We .
Club To Meet in beautiful copies of the bridesmaids' Real Estate and ServiceLawrence
hostesses at two bridge a and impressive Appraisal.
parties on to hear that
( The Garden Club Division of gowns. They also had were sorry
Bring Your Health Problemsto Tuesday evening. June 28. and the Keystone Heights Woman's ceremony at.the. Keystone head bows and carried baskets of Ernie Howard is in the hospitalAlso

the Wednesday afternoon, June 29. Club will meet Tuesday; July' 19, Heights Community Church "on. rose-petals.. on the sick list is Mrs. H. Blvd. Keystone Heights

There were 13 tables In all. Win- at 9:30 a. m. at the home of their Saturday, July 2, at two o'clock Marc Edelstein of Gainesville H. Phelps who recently broke her PHONE 4297

The H. G. BellingerChiropractic ners on Tuesday evening were leader, Mrs. Sara McDonald, who' in the afternoon. The Rev. Millard brother of the bridegroom was leg. We hope they get well soon.
Mrs. Gerald MacDonell first; lives on Lake Keystone. The last the"best man. Ushers were Mr. Clarence Mann, who has beenin
H. Br rfogle rector of st.Anne's .
Mrs. Carl second LISTINGS WANTEDOn
Carnes and
OfficeChiropractic ; meeting was poorly attended, as .Donald! M- Christoffer Charles the Veteran's Hospital, is f
Mrs. Louise Logsdon, third. On fit was not made clear to the Eplscopel .Church per- : Newman" Donald Morgan, of home for a few weeks. His

offices are located at; Wednesday afternoon, Mrs." T. J. members that the club would formed the double ring ceremony.; (I Keystone, and Dave Davis of Mi- friends are urged to visit him. Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved

728 E. University Ate Hawes was first; Mrs,-- Billie[continue during the summer. It White tapers in candelabra arxd" Recent guests at the home of Residential Farm and Business Property.WE .

.Gainesville Fla., Burch: second; and Mrs. Frances has been decided that they will white chrysanthemums and gladioli Saber-bearers included Cdr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires were
Givens, third. v' meet the their son-in-law and daughter HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND
third Tuesday' of each were used against a back- Richard Conant and Lt. John
428 N. Walnut St. Local Man Dies month. Anyone having a parti- ground of palms and magnolia. Mullett of Gainesville. Lt. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. John Rynd and I INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.

Starke, Fla At Home' Of.Son v cular problem with plants or yardis Organ music was played by':Mrs.; Yon and Lt, David Flagg of Fort, three children of Atlanta, Ga.;

Samuel Collins Holland 74.aConditiOniii1 invited to come to the meeting James _L. .Hetherington.Miss Bragg, N, ,C., Lt Robert Ammer--.t .. .,
.. .
.. and benefit _from_the' ,knowledge Gardner is ,the daughterof ;iilan'of'; :Orlando, and Lt. John r ---- : d'T'- -

; and experience of these ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arnold I Crump, Tampa.,
Year 'Round Air ; Bake Sale A Success Gardner.. Lt. Edelstein is the son :Mrs.. Gardner mother. of the

Members .of the bride, a light dress of
r. Keystone of Mrs. Bert Christoffers..- of wore green
HEATING AND COOLING BY DUO THERM Heights ;Junior Woman's Club Keystone Heights, and the late sill;;organza and lace with white
held a bake sale on Saturday Marcus Edelstein of, Gainesville. accessories and a white orchid. I

July 2, in front of'the Red and He is the grandson of Mrs. Her- Mrs. Christoffers, mother of the

FOR :ASLITTLE '$ 5 00 PER,) White 'Grocery. They wish :to man Leibowitz.The groom, wore a Windsor blue

AS WEEK thank all people who so gener- bride, given in marriage sheath of Shiffli embroidered
1 ously donated crystaline. Her hat of
and who bought by her father, wore a billowinggown was vari-
goods. They realize that every- gated blue! flowers and she wore
KEYSTONEHTS.. of white chiffon taffeta

CALL REDFEARN one was very busy at that time.. with hand-clipped Chantilly lace an orchid corsage. '
4252'. Proceeds will I, Following the
go to the School l overlaying the bodice; The skirt, a reception -
for their athletic program. was held in the Keystone
l cascading into a chapel train..
-- FOR FURTHER DETAILS Summer Recreation Notes Heights Woman's Club. Palms, .
I was caught in front showing an
I Baseball games are scheduled insert of lace over taffeta. Pearls greenery, and pink roses were t

for ;every Monday, Wednesday, II and iridescent sequins adornedthe used in decorating.The t 4r

and Friday during July. You may sabrina neckline and the wedding cake, topped'by
McKAY' AT KEYSTONE find schedule orchid the bride's
a of games on the three-quarter sleeves, shirred at an centered

Post Office bulletin board, the the elbows. Her fingertip veil was table, which was covered with

3 BR Frame, large all purpose room, bath, centrally play-ground bulletin board, and attached to a crown of seed white' organdy over a pink cloth-

located in town. $4,750. $2,000 down.. $35 per month. in Belotes' window.. Games for pearls, and she carried an orchidon Pink roses and greenery also

this week are; Friday, July 8, a prayer book with a cascadeof graced the table. The cake was

PARADISE LAKE LOTS-Sandy Beach, easy terms. Keystone vs. Melrose, at Keystone tube roses.Orchidcolored. cut by Mrs. Herbert Nelson.

; Monday, July 11, Keystonevs. Pouring punch, from silver
$1,500. frocks of Alen-
Waldo, at Waldo; .and Wed., bowls were Mrs. Lewis Muir, Mrs.

Building Lot 1 block to school, nice neighborhood. July 13, Keystone vs. Starke. All con lace were worn by her at- Donald Morgan Mrs. Thomas A. -

games begin at 4 p. m- tendants: Mrs. Charles T. Livelyof Prevost, Mrs. Michael Adams, l
$1,000. Terms. The Arts and Crafts class will Weston, West Virginia, who .Mrs. Gilbert Reed Mrs. Frank

have a new instructor for the. remaining was matron of honor, as well'as Harris, and Mrs. Wilbur McDaniel. -

S. E, MCKAY REALTOR four weeks of the program -I an aunt 'of the bride; also Mrs. Miss Margaret Muir kept the ,

due to the fact that Mrs Marc Edelstein of Gainesville, bride's book.

Keystone Heights, Fla. Alice Niebert who was in chargeof bridesmatron; and Miss Louise Beforeleaving on their north:
the program found it neces- Hiserman of Elmhurst N. Y., ern wedding-trip Mrs. Edelstein

PHONE 3071THE sary to return to Ohio. .Mrs. bridesmaid. Their dresses had low donned a turquoise linen sheath.

Chuck [IDotl] Newman will con- scoop necklines, short cap sleeves Her accessories were white, and
duct the classes. So as not to and bouffant skirts. All wore her corsage, a white orchid. 1 : FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHER

t conflict with the swimming pro- matching headbands 'of orchid After August 10 the couple will

gram, the Arts' ani,Crafts classes satin and their .bouquets ,were be living at Fort Banning. Ga., "Wrinkle-free" washing .Triple-action rinsing

f will meet, for 'the next two chrysanthemums.The I where Lieutenant Edelstein will '
Partial load control( 10-lb( ,tub capacity
weeks from 1 to 3 p. m/on Tues- flower girls Cherie Christ- be stationed. ,A.IL __ ,. ._ ..

day afternoons. ,
and, a super-duper eight-layer summer. Model LW025
Problems have been ''transportationfor chocolate cake, baked by Mrs. First Baptist ChurchOn .,
ered securing $ .95
a vK the baseball taenw to'out-of- Tolford.; Tuesday of this week, the
;bowUng Guests included Johnny Muir, NelleP. arce Circle met.with Mrs. I
town games, and'for on 5-year written parts r >
Saturday mornings'Anyone who Marshall Beam Barry Weyman James Puckett at 3 p. m. The replacement warranty on

Stefan Brokas, Jimmy Jackson, Faye Taylor Circle met on Thurs- entire coaxial
would ,be so good as to use his ..
car for this purpose' asked to Danny Hinck, and Donald Hgen. day at .2:30: .' with Mrs. Ted Ogles- I transmissionALLPORCELAIN ,

contact Mrs. Barry Weyman by CHURCH NEWS by.On
Community Church July 25, a revival will start fn 1nhi
phoning her at 2983.
The regular quarterly communion and Dr. Clinton Cutts from the ...
DIFFERENCE Local Ian On,T. V. of the Community Churchwas First Baptist Church of Vienna, FINISH INSIDE AND OUT PROTECTS AGAINST RUST!
Keystoners were pleased to see
administered Sunday win the evangelist. Meetings .
one of their number'on the Wal- on Ga., be
: IS. IN YOUR EAVOR Show last Monday July 3. to a large crowd of wor- .will be held all week July 25-
shippers. In the absence
afternoon. He was Rotarian
... when you spend what is left AFTER Huntley Redfearn Jr:, who came choir which is on a two-month 31.The Sunday School is proud te I I Ii
each vacation, Floyd Baker suppliedthe !announce ann attendance of 235 i +IvFtf:
t Decide howHmuch you are going save on in behalf pf the Rotary Swimming ; 4
payday then deposit this fixed sum in your Program.. an annual event special- music. for Sunday morning .July 3. ,
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will meet on
savings account in' friendly bank today? which' will be taking place start- The Stewards Personals

waY' to 'reach n,your your'goal Why not open a ing July 11, and, running for two in Monday the administration July 11, at 7:30 building.p. m. Mr.. and the Mrs.Jacksonville Carl Benson Camera entertained I TOUCH COMMAND AUTOMATIC WASHER'<
worthwhile -
weeks. This is a project
savings account IRST: It's the one sure ,' and we speak with the voiceof The Sunday School Executive Club [of which they are members It One touch of your finger; ONLY

SAYING, instead of saving what. is left, after experience: for our children Board made up of officers and at their home on Lake -T gives you the proper .

spendmg..,; jj.* : 5 who now' swim and 6k1 so well ,!teachers will meet in the ad- Geneeva Sunday, June 26- About -' '. washing method for every $3' a week
water ministration building on Tues- members and '.
first put their noses people including ,.
.: ; while learning to be "Minnows"in day. July 12, at 7:45 p. m. their families enjoyed swimming, ,.rte Model LW090 known washabkl ya

.d. .4 the Rotary Swimming.Pro- St. William's Catholic boating, 'and ra picnic dinner.
The ''regular Catholic Club
gram! Mrs. Sophie DeFrank and

: THE KEYSTONE STATE. ,:BANK Frankie Is Eleven meeting the Independence was postponed Holiday becauseof but daughter: Marlene of Baltimore, "WeService Everything We Sell".REDF.EARN'S

On Thursday evening, June 30, Md. have been visiting Mrs. De-
Frankie Tolford son of Mr. and will convene again on Monday CoL '
Frank's sister ,and family
," ,, JJesaber F J>. .c. .> Mrs. Charles Tolford, celebratedhis evening. July 11, after a covered and Mrs.JJohn-Beidler. The De-

eleventh birthday with 'a dish supper which will start at Franks expected. to .leave for .

A Frieadly: Bank la a Frieadly Comm beach party at Keystone Public 6 p. m. With Labor Day in sight, home1 this,week. .
. it is necessary that everyone be
for of tits friends. i.ti. Mrs- Richard E. Clapp
Beach, some and, '
Heights Fla. present to.help plan. Keystone Heights
Keystone PHONE 4251 ,
left Keystonefor.: Clearwater rt
There were swimminggames Tuesday morning masses at ,

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'AA AAAAA&&A.&A&& AA Singapore, China arrived in Key- Lambert's parents, Mr and Mrs. the morning service Rev. Sampson NE Cor of SW14 run S 220 ft for legatees ,
sees ,
stone last Thursday June 30 to I Charles PO&. Cont. S 100 ft. W 440 ft, N grantors Uenors ed road. thence run South 88 degrees ty, a political subdivision of the
KEYSTONE Wallenlus of Lakeview is asking all members to meet 100 -ft to POB in creditors successors In interest or 14 minutes, 40 seconds West State of Florida, as defendants ia
be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drive. Other guests,of thelenlus' Wal- for officiaj, boarctmeetfog..Ohalt- .U,. .: See., .U. ,T. S. in other persons claiming any Interest and along such Northerly boundary the Circuit Court of Bradford
-4 the. hereinafter described property for a distance of 33S.4S feet to the County. Florida. in the
Shackleford and family. Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. f. Eddie. N e. Inhlch, acaeaaedPaul Chancery:
HIGHLIGHTS man Thompkins Is' asking Hoffman by, through under or against Easterly boundary the right ofway nature of said suit Is to quiet and
Stevens is in Singapore with the Walston of Jacksonville who the full report of $100 to pleasedo AU of said property being In the each such deceased and all other of State Rd. 200 (as said rightof I confirm the title of said plaintiffs
Standard Vacuum Oil Co. and County of Bradford persons claiming any Interest in the way is now widened) thence run to the above described lands as'ai
spent the Fourth of July with so Sunday morning of Flor- -
"YYYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTT the Ida. property hereinafter described by North I! degrees 1 minute 40 indefeasible fee simple title, and t4
they are having a Florida Vaca- !them. business meetIng: All members Unless such' certificate'- Wromgh, under or against them ,or: aecond. East and along said .Easterly remove clouds therefrom. an$ to
(Continued from Page 7)) tion. They will be going down- are asked to' jmonthV shall be. edtme4: certlIcates ,itberottaemn; 'afed;all ether persona boundary of State Road 200 enjoin each and every the defend
Mr. and Mrs. Lee and I pay trustee accordtai, .
Riegler to law the- claiming tar right. Wr inttrest for a distance of 14! feet, thence ants and those claiming under
state for property described !
few days
a and then In
son Ricky of Grosse.Point Woods. dues;to-soar-leaders,to .take'careof sUch certificateorn certlfieatra whatarer la orttotk f 1- run otta'l; degrees. 53 minutes them from asserting any right title
Beach last week after '
back to Keystone where they lowing 'de-serlb>dumassituate In' 20 seconds West (and along a jog *
the..expenses of the be sold'to the highest bidder or interest in or to said lands*
MiciL and ? cb.urtb.All at the
been guests at the White Feather hope to settle eventually. Mr. Irs.Riegler's. sister ourr notfse 'dOooft' the' Jtta4or. .Cwa1Y_F.1QJ:1da.-to..w.lu In. such. .Earterlr boundary) for a, And you and eaebof ,_ are hereby
Court since Thanksgiving Their ,Mrs. Leonard Nutty and son 1 members of the Junior Church day Month of- \ 'flfst'"Moii-1 PARCEL 1 distance of 10 feet thence run summoned ordered and requiredto
I Stevens and Mr. Shackleford .Gregory from St. Claire Shores, re-asked 'to--at.tend-eaeb'Mondaat ,- :toh4itketdayofAugtIpSi! _-.r'lkil).Acres in_tte Southeast North 12 degrees I minute, 40 seconds file your written answr or" de"-
daughter. Mrs. LeRoy Pattersonand went through elementary school. Dated this $ day of June. Quarter family of Fort Sill. Okla., Mich. are spending two weeks ;5p., ..-m.' so that.we'can be. weU -S&.W !, ,_ "". .JUo. Quarter JNEU of .Se Uon 31, boundary for a distance of SSTIOS cause in the office of the Clerk of
high school and college together.Mr. with Mrs. Riegler's and Mrs.Nutty's prepare for,the 'SundaY'School : _.... -_ ., c4-A."% Party TownshipSouth, Ritngf 22 East feet to the intersection of said said Circuit Court in the County
will join them there. Col Patter- and Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas ,_CJ of..CJrcuUt Court of Brad and .more'rarticularlr-neseribed. an Eanerty boundary of said right'\ of i'I Court House in Starke. Florida. on
son )leaves for Korea in August.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Copenfibxi" tiyf.: lasi .pf; this ford County, ._ follQws_ waywith the North Jine of said,. or before July 28, 1J40. and OB orI
and children of Gainesville
occupied monttf- S&wii meeting: will Ftor14a.ld' SEW of NEV, thence run North !
LeBlanc of Keystone Club Girt ; ( 4t 731| CommencingEighty' Five (85) before said date to verve -a ropyof
and Mrs. Carleton Hancock
the Reynolds' cottage on not be heMaEa1xtunti'-ursdAy feet .East of the. Southwest Corner 89 degree; $: minutes 40 seconds I I I such answer or defenses upon Hol-
and Karen of Charlotte Estates.Mr. ;; ; ; ,. i..r 4VVu of.the East and along the North line of i lis V. ,
Lake Lure over the July Fourth N. C. are guests of Mrs. Han and Mrs. Wilbur Neal of AuM, af 7:30. room 2%, RJE. All -. -. H.IW( :. the Northeast Quarter (NEi) and mid SE<4 of XEU for a distance I address is P. O. Box $!.
weekend. Their guests were Mr. ; of 198 feet to said Northeast corner -'
members ana those'wishing" M .Njicejthersb given'dirt T. run East Seven Hundred Thirty Starke, Florida. as required by the
cock's mother Mrs. Ella Andre, and Mrs. Allen C. Edgar of Gainesville Lake Santa Fe entertained witha Alderman thf holder-ot;thte"j follow J. Seven- J37) feet? run thence North of SE i or ?CE'4: containing I I Laws of Florida and the Florida
asked' El
join to"attend
at White Feather Court. Also fish fry on Friday evening, July are :- J.jivens. ;, fur ( *lflcate,,.hat-flled1_ aad) cer- Eight Hundred Sixty Three US 4.21 acres, more or less and being Rules of Civil Procedure. If yon
and Major and Mrs. Wil- reporter.. tIlCJt to"r.*,taX: deed j#be1 issued feet: thence run Southwest at -anangU aU'of said SEU of NEH of Section i fail to do so. a decree pro confesso
visiting Mrs. Andre is her grand'son. liam R. Campbell Jr. of TyndallA. i 1, for Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc Famfly" Bunoa" thern,. Tw*. eer lnotu numbers of FiftyTwo(52) degrees 16, Township i South. Range 22 I I will be entered against you for the
Michael Andre, of Jacksonville and their house guest. and, year.-"of.1 Igeuanee.< th .dtscrio- Eight} Hundred '(00) feet; thence East !lying East of said State Road !I relief demanded in the complaint
F. B., Panama City, who in Brookfuth.gcene otathii. .Iii tlpii.of ,-opepyi.alodv enanies run'SoUthwesterlya't an angle of 200 and North of said graded road, i i This order shall be publishedonce

and Michael's friend Lon- turn are visiting their parents, l argf .. reim1 n' that broiighl lit ,wh.Wi': It was assessed': are: s', Eleven-|> degrees Two Hundred situate in Bradford County, Florida a week tor. consecutive
nie Johnson also of Jacksonville. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL follows; .. eighty-five (%8;) feet to the point ; weeks in Bradford County Telegraph -
Mr. and Mrs. William R.
Camp- CHURCH KEYSTONE tog th : persons farfotif generalioris. -:. CrttficsUN of'b 'lnnlng; and You and each of you are hereby a newspaper published Insaid
Speaking of Mrs. Andre. we bell of Melrose. Yfar The. South notified that a suit in equity has and general
Mr.. aiufrMrs': Of.Iautnc1St. Half (S4) of the County having a
hear she is still as good a fisher- We are glad to hear that Johnny Sundays 9:30 L"m. Church Haywopd .DSClptlpflofProppy: Elk- 4.in Southwest Quarter (SW%) of the been brought by Charley R Johns circulation therein.
man ever. We understand she! School 9:30: am. Morning Prayer Brooks ..eiltehalned'with 'sputherfltied T npLe. .UIt ex lfltsl.\ tt 3 of Southeast Quarter (SEU). and the and X MqKJnney), Jr., al plaintiffs WITNESS my hand aa Clerk of
as Reid is all right now after :; E fc- 4.See.J8T &E.Jfame East Half against you. and each of you
chkfcert aiut.ah" the" trim : S .". .- (Eot the' Southeast said Circuit Court of Bradford
is furnishing her friends at White I having a wooden splinter removed and Sermon (1st Sunday, Holy mings. Relatives'enjoying- this In which aasessed'' Eunice Quarter (SEVi*-f Section 31. Township and Franklin also BonnHt against Bobby Eon nett, ;I County Florida and the sealof
Communion). 6 Episcop&iYoung' Ahnis, i South. 22 East a minor, Rosa said ,
Feather with fish dinners from p.m. Rania containing Rachel I Court at Starke. Florida, this
I from his Johnny the son Bnnnett. a minor Lucille
eye. umrcnmen. hospitality iHfcittd'e'fc.Mrs. Mari{ A"; -aiI4t-"Y Hf7'i.\! i In,the .* 100 acres. Caryalln ilrd. day of June, 1960. ,|
her catches at Keystone Lake. i of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reid must Seniors, rtfnt'RhblhS rf; anilGwendolyn CUhty ot Bradfwd sUtot, FloriUnlesa PARCEL; Jarolya Mitchell Mitchell a widow. Lncile (SEAL) -
Gina and Phyllis Massa, Holy Days 7:30 a.nt, Hofr'' day -- The Southwest Quarter (STVU) Crews and Lester
have got the splinter imbedded in T. Crewher Charta A. Darby
S. Waltman' of St.Augustine' Vucii. of Lorenzo
.certificate' cert the Northwest Quarter (XTVVt), ,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Communion. Green and his wife Mae D.: Oreen, .U Clerk nrltd
his eye while swimming under I wfrari4' .Mrs. Jamas'Lawman ficates.shan be. redeeffiedjaeiordftjg-and tbe> West HalTV>j) of the of Circuit Court ot -
Massa are at home again after water. Third Wednesday Parish, to' law.the. property described; in Southwest Quarter- (SWU) and: an roanhis T. J. Alderman wife and Rifle Alder' lard County Florida.
of and Master Sgtmd : uch certificate and Bradford &'oun- S23! 4t 'f/n.
that: of
or rtrtificatea wlU portion the Southeast Qaar
visiting their maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bart- Covered Dish' Supper, 6 or 6:30: Mrs. Julian: Robinson': and be. sol* to -tlJf11ht'.b1 tl'- h,the ter (SEVi) of the Southwest Quarter ,

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton kowski and children of Wilmington court' house,door:on' tW-.int Mon (SWtt) lying. West of. Slat. :
Purvis of Moultrie Ga. p.m.The Rev. Millard H. Breyfoglei hildreii, .Mra:. Derby ThOm& day In, Month o t1.I'U t.,, 1980, Road No 200, formerlY known ,.as 1 r "We eliminate tlie'middleman's profit"I
Del. are house guests of Mr. which-Ia the.l ',
Mabel Bass: Mr. and Mrs" day of Avgu 1880: State Road No. 13- and the South-
Trooper Marvin Page of the and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowskl and Vicar Rafch' Williams and! family; .(SEAL. west Quarter (SW U. of the Northeast -
Srx Charles A_ Darby CJerV: ot Quarter ( of Oa Adl
Florida Highway Patrol and his Circuit N'EU) the-South Quart Each
children. Mr. Bartkowski is Mrs. Amis Williams i. Bertls Robinson)' Court of BradfordCounty.. west'Quartfr (SW U.- all in Section With
wife and two daughters have Pawlikowski's cousin. On July 4. St. Wffllunli CathoUe Chapel and! Gwendolyn' Robinson, Mrs; FlorId 6.te4t21 I 32.. Township 8'' South Rane I I FREE! 4.
moved into the house known as for Keyston Heights U East, containing 180 'acres. ; or Halloa ODe you buj.
all went to St. Augustine
Loiiise" Or ham' aId several otI- .ui.-.f Ap.Uca ti.V! f.V,Tai D. PARCEL S ; .
the "Church House" on MagnoliaAve. the day and on Tuesday evening, Sunday Mast at 8:30 a. m. ers ori thij lofcal sceiieV Sgt.' Robinson Se. .'JHJli 11',:: .'_ The Southeast Quarter (SEU) "
Trooper Page will replace Notice, ir hereby'given ..thatT.. J. of the.. Northwest Quarter (NW>4), _. Gal
last loca- ,July 5. they attended the Jai Lai Holyday Mass at 7::00 a. m. ; brother or ."Our Mrs! Alderman.,the holder of'{h e ,folio'- and'the Northwest Quarter (NWli) Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98:

Trooper Harvey. Their games in Daytona.Mr. I Tuesday Maaa at 8:00 a. m. Brooks"' has Just returned fronf' nf certificates has filed- ld cerIflcates of the- Northeast Quarter- (NEH -
tion was at Dunnellon.Mrs. fora ,tax deed to' be.,issued of Santhwest" Quarter. (SWI"of
and Mrs. R. E. Lambert Confessions before an Masses. Newfoundland He eXp' ta be .
,. ther Qn. The certificate, numbers Section S2.Township 6 South,,Rang CARTER FAINT STORE
and daugh- MARY
Casper and children of Atlanta. Ga. are Baptisms marriages and 1 la"ttructions T
I stationed in Texas for alt indefinite and years .of issuance,: the descrip- 2East..- containing acres.
ter Bernice have gone to Free- spending two weeks with Mrs. by appointment.. .b odH': ,ha' made'the' U. .ion'.ot :the propertn all d'.the DaplfII -. .- PARCEL 4* N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588
501 ,
port. Long island to visit Mrs.Brune's u In' which it wai. assessed' are, asfbijowss All 'that portlon- of the North
Dil-I .yy.yYy.Y..yy.y..y.YYy.YT.y..yy..yyyyy.y.y.I S. Army his _c career: rCt Quarter of the Northwut Quarter
sister Mrs. Margaret I Ahtioch Baptist Chnrcb, Rev. rU.:1cJte.No. ,.tS.. _. (NWli) of the Northwest Quarter ]I- i
lon. They are expected home this I Year.. IssuanceDescription Mitt, (NWtt)_ lying, West of State Road :
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED' George Lee pastor; will hold Wo'\, of Property} -B. 38*.f Xo. Spo In.S. etloll,5. Township 7
wtek. Day" 'oh the/fourth 0.1: S rot BlJc4- 13. la I/T South ,Range2 East,- .containing ;
m Program ; & That's.OurBus1nvz
Mr and Mrs. Garlon Collett of CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy -'.-. 1- 22 acres more orless..-. "- A
Sunday _in July, .a rding jq a In wKlctf assessed:
of Mr. 'ame. Eno ., PARCEL 3 _
Ga. are guests '
Roswell report from' Mrs" Loiiizf Brownsgeiiei'a The North Quarter of the'Nortb. If It's Glass -' We Have lit :
and Mrs. Bill Few and family. Ozora ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA&AAAAALLAAAAL. r,. ,-$4f; Bfld1p'f 6pWVl beliilr .in i the, east :Quarter (NEli) of Section 6; -
t' a1jpiii"wife l Csunty of Bradfbrd; Slata.of Floj- CALL WRITE or VISIT'Joe'
Mrs. Collett is Mrs. Few's sister. Township, 1.South,; Range 22 -3ast
tAALAAAL.. deacdh.matiori wg rOYiU ? .1hf t Ida'- containing 40' acrei." '
Another sister of Mrs. Few Miss U&letsaaehcertificate. *M>4 eer1 GREETINGS: You are hereby, ,
has received from '
Jean Morris. who has been here Workshop Scholarships and teachers. as well as princi-' been- flcates shall be redeemed acoproing notified that a suit in faulty has Peters Glass Co.I
reporter. Belty Qruplleft': :city to, the property dearLed In been. brought against :d each .
lay you
for several weeks will accompanythe Three scholarships of $25 each pals. Mrs. F. S. Pierce is attending :or well .
for'an extended .va- scherulcat of you, a* defendants; by Rifgo.Cprp4 '
Colletts when they all returnto have been awarded to Principal Edward Waters College in''on Friday ( highest r bidder'at thecourllbuse'door' a. Florida Corporation as I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Fort.Lauderdale with relatives ;
their home in Roswell Eddie Thompkins Mrs. Elizabeth Jacksonville and getting refresher tion in August.on the 1960.first which Mon plaintiff. the above entitled We Design Modern Store Froatl

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton Givens, and Supervisor Ozora I courses in music and physical and' .friends. .Betty is a is the :'day of,August, IStO. Court ,and cause; and that the relief'sought for
tarcald suit Is to remove Just Mall Us A Pattern
at'RJE is
student and _
10th grad this .
Dated 23 d of 19(0.OFFICIAISEAL
and children have returned froma Shell to study for three weeks as: education. .Joseph D. Green is y. clouds- from. and' quiet add. confirm '
in the"neld of home- ( ) TableTops
vacation spent in Norfolk Va., a team in The Elementary School studying at Florida A&M Univer- outstanding Cba1u. Darby. Clerk of Cir the plaintiff .title to the above
making She' has received many A. of 'Pradford County,,, described' lands as an Indefeasible: 1813 N.W. 4tll 1 Gainesville Fla. Phone FJt 24353
where they visited Mrs. Sutton's Improvement Workshop. This Is sity adminstration and super- ti 1t fe*"imple" titlethereto against the

mother, Mrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick, the second summer this type of vision and will participate in the awards for her exceptional work Florid -_ fi-30 4k 1-' claims of you andeach! of you'and; I --
She Is the you-are herebysummonsed, Ordered I
and other relatives. During their cooperative study has been presented Fifth Annual Workshop for Prin- in sewing. eldest N.tlee.0 AiflteatJoaF.rjrat'Del I and requiresL'tO file your answer
of' Rev AL Cruw Sec. .. P. 8.Sotlce'ls.blrebY .
stay Nancy and Lee went to at Florida A&M University cipals at Florida A&M. Mr. daughter .C. S 1.1. ,: that'T;.J,, ot ;writtea defenses to complaint :
of Aniline Baptist Church in said cause in the:"office of the
Richmond for a week to visit two Tallahassee. Last summer Green is the assistant principalat pastor custodian at Alleman" _.older.o the foUo.; undersigned Clerk of the CircuitCourt RADIO DISPATChED
and satd'certi-
aunts. On their return Mr. and the workshop was directed by RJE and teacher of eighth.grade. PutnamHaU. ing ctrticatt ha tUed be issuefltherfonr ; at StarkeBradford County,
.RJE School., Rev. Crum' has just atax.dM Florida;. on. or before the, 21st day
Mrs. Jack Peidmont of Norfolk Dr. Evelyn W. Sharpe. former nUmoers I
cerUrcale .
ret'ur from'th--sunddiScho. f liily1,80, 'and- to serve a copy .SERV1CJ
accompanied them and stayed fora supervisor of Volusia County Laid To Rest : an4yrar ot"lnulnce, and deserlv, the-L thereof 'en Therpn ..& Yawn Jr.,

few days. and then_went on to Elementary Curriculum now assistant Bennie Thelton Morris was :BTU and Missionary. Conventionof names In .*hbch-: Itwai a'messed ate I plaintiffs attorney whose, address!

South Florida. Mrs. Peidmont is to the Minister of Education funeralized on Sunday at 2 p. m. II of his church. Freewill, BaptIst., as Certificlate',follows: Nff... S8.Yeariof ., Is Florida: Post,Office on: or before Drawer'said 791 date.Starke as,

one of Mrs. Sutton's sisters. I I in Iran. Dr. Sharpe was assIsted in a very impressive ceremony Bethlehem Issuancei, ..requiredby the Laws of Florida
I Church Rev L.; McKay. Pa t il, $ and.:the Florida Rules ot'Civil[ Procedure.'If'you
Sorry to hear that Herbert Nelson by Mrs. Minnie Hall Fields, which was concluded in the : -. Description of Propert: Coiu.aIScorofSW i fall to'do so a de.
services all day Stiiiday. and :
is still enjoying [?1 the hospitality Specialist in Elementary Educa- military manner led by Com 1 held regular \ N- :Ifoif FOB, run-l" W sod;.1J cree.,pro confess .will beientered against -
I 1t1nrWith SundaySchooat N,,46 f 500,,ft- S.U to ft,: you .for the relfelf' demanded
Hos- mander Julius
at Bradford County tion.,Due to the summer programat Royal and other .f..E. r my thai complaint. 'r.: .
"the usual hour, We"regret.tha Sec 5 SIt J2 ,
pital. His many friends hope he RJE only one staff person can I members American. Legion Post I McBride' \Nam l E. : Nora, IT IS _HERE T; ORDERED that

will soon feel more chipper. be released therefore Principal l 314. Music was furnished by the I our: faithfUl Teportef. Jjary but will Button. ). .blebaesf, llshed this Order and each-week notica.-jball( be PtIt.i T'SALES
Is on vacation All of said property i the i once eonpecotlxei -
Young Matthew Tyre, small son Thompkins will be unable to at, choir with Mesdames Marion Del I return and continue to re. County'' -.Bradford.. State belg"of'.Flop f I weeks In the- Bradford !
of Mr. and1-Mrs.Paul Tyre is at tend. Miss Joan Jenkins sophomore and Corine Butler at the piano; I soon 4dL I County Telegraph a newspaperpublished
I pOt the activities of Freewill sUch' in. Bradford .County,,
home after. undergoing surgery of Florida A&M Universitywill solo, Mrs. L. M. Royal! Other New Bethel Baptist Church ficates shal bi certlcate'rtdeemed., or according certfr Florida; and having a general circulation .: SERVICE w

on Saturday morning at Bradford serve as substitute in, the participants, were Bro. Homer pastor will to property del lbd I within. mid:County. I -
Williams Rev. A.. B. Vlnson; In such certificate Csrtlflcates( WITNESS JIT HAND al. .Clkof.
County to summer program for three weeks., MesdamestE. j. Givens .
Hospital removea
hold regular vcbmmunion servW will be sold to the highest bidderat the Circuit Court of Bradford,,
sliver of metal from his eye. It The workshop begins July 5..and. M.' L. Paul; B. J. Lennon. Rev with musi choir the courthouse door on.the. fist t County*. Florida andt} tbe- seal (tof .' RCAVCTOR'z. ittc
: on Sunday by 3ond y' in Month of August 1 ,, aid Court,, at, Starke, Bradford to l1t.i.
was just a little over a month closes on the 23rd. Much'infomi. A R. Randolph. Rev. L. Lennon; D ,
No. II Mrs. Margaret sue pares- which is the 1 day August1)60.. County* Florida tnts 13th day .ofI
ago that Matthew had a major ation is expected to be gained. main eulogy Rev. L. A. Sampson, asked to Dated this..28. day of June 1980.; Jln8.19&. .- .' SIEREOARADIO F SERVICE ON
Ident. Allmembers are _
operation at St. Vincent's in from this workshop that will be i pastor. Interment was at Odd (OFFICIAL SEAL) (SEAL OF CIRCUIT COURT) .
attend rehearsal Thursday night. Charles -'A, Darby. Clerk of CIr SdI| Charles A.- Darby ULES BEPAIRSII 4-69O1 ALL MAKES .
Jacksonville. However, he has very useful for the preplanningwith' Fellows Cemetery in. So. Starke. cult Court ,of Bradford PJerfc of the Circuit Court, Prad- 1
Morning Worship 11 a. m; .Count --------
made"a fine recovery In ,each : teachers, which wilt start, Appreciation for all condolences Florida.. CJ30 ( ford- County, Florida. ------------1
evening worship'at 7:30: ...Ware _: Theron AL Yawn, Jr. "' *
case.Mr. August 151 was expressed by Mrs:: Beulah J. pleased to announce that X.tlre .f"Ueatlo..r Tax' b* 4 I Post Office Drawer-791Starkfv SHEPHERD *

and Mrs. Harold Ridaught Summer Program Lennon for the entire; family. C 1'4" Florida &TV

and daughters left last Friday for The, summer program is still: ifomc For;Holidays Sister fine after Everlene surgery Wilson recently is doing at Alderman Notice i.*the.hEeby hold rr given of .the that following T. J. Attorney .for Plaintiff.- 1111 tt 7aries / ( M4DicLQirR: _ m E. CALL STAJtZ.CULURMJXI

Sneads to visit Mr. and Mrs. operating in two centers in' Brad-. Maxie Rogers is home on leave 'certificates has flted si certificates ---- _

Robert Goodson and three sons. ford County. Anderson Junior, from the: Air Force. He missed Bradford County Hospital. She for a tax deed to issued ; OK DISSOLUTION:
wishes to thank all persons' for thereon. The certificate numbers OF PARTNERSHIP
Mrs. Ridaught and Mrs. Goodsonare High. Lawtey. under the direction I the family reunion by a few ; and ,of.issuance, the description NOtlc .is hereby given: that, the
sisters. of Principal C. C. Anderson and l hours. Philip Hunter tf also home flowers cards,. and other gift of yea.the property and the name rtnershlp. betweenMrs..) Marta -

Fourth pf July guests at the RJE School under the direction I on leave after a tour of overseas during her Illness., Her sisier,: im WhICh:. It_ was' asseseed_ are1. a; cO-paf'tnt'ti'd Tolfnrd and lni Mrs.business) Jean as' '*Fox}U,-,

Harold Ridaught's home were S- of Principal Eddie Thompkins., duty for USA. Arthm1 Franklin Mabel. Battle, has been by, he' r, toll1S ( Xo.. &.Year of Issuancel9S7. -. RTA-J. CODITOREJ and G
Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Barton Parents are urged to continue to I Parks. son. of. Mrs. Margaret bedside ever since herreturn: acrlpti6i n' ot Property SWU. of Boulevard :Irt Keystone heights,,

and small daughter, Tonda Jo of send their children, especially to I Parks has returned after three home from the hospital. Mrs Lot 14 Woodlawn. Sec. 18'T 5 9'R: -Potlda.iias been .dlss lived. Mrs.)
: Marta 'Tolford I Is
,no connected
Tampa, and .Mr. and Mrs. Otis learn how to swim. We. should: years in the Berlut-Lebanon criI 28'B.
-' with said business
Name In. which' asseaed CafltonG I andr
Battle Is a former member of Be I'
Oalyon .and son and daughter of not be': fearful of Lake Whitamore I sis. During his stay overseas he Willjams. henceforthwill- not be responsible'
atCamp Blahdlng visited Spain Turkey Jerusalem thel. She now r resides in --Tallhas; Alt of sild being in the for any .obligations incurred In laid
Athens. Tenn. Mrs. Barton is' the because it has i Italy County of Bradford prp ,. State of Flori buslJie .1Tnw MAGIC-!

Ridaught's daughter, Joann and been carefully inspected and the I and parts of FranceI see and is member of Gesthse'. dL' -. Msrta. Tolford1'

the Galyons are friends. swimming class areas are roped I I which was his home port country mane Baplist Church ther :- Remember Unless'. shall tticb be.certificate redeemed or according..certificates. June Keystone IS..- 196 Height' Florida ,

Mrs. John S. Vanderhoek and off for the protection of the chil-, He was aboard the Sixth Fleet .all other' sick arid .shut'-. to' law' the property described WUcft ,..."II 1.1. <*' 77C PJJIEE

daughter Edith of Arlington were dren from very deep water. Out, Flag Ship which was honored by 1 certificate or certificates willbeMeld i. ; fFEIftHIiFFt
t..ii' i !
in members. Attend. services Sun- to. the.highest bidder at the_ r<, I AmiFor
in Keystone Heights on the F\ JUl'- door games are played during the, a visit from President Eisenhow court. house"door on"the first Monday ; BraittnT... ,., Fl.rUav ; I I I I I urLI
th visiting Mrs. George Schaefier. break; that include: horseshoe,, er. Sgt. Robert Green and Willie day all day and bring your far the month' of August.- 1M9,,' In.reEstate, of.Anna- Campaoella, -

The bride's bouquet was caught softball, checkers, ping-pong, and I Hudson of So. Starke are also friends and. visitors. PauHn"Which_Dated,.tbla.the.l ,day day of of'August June-* lUl.I: 4e6eaed.'oU. ." Of Filing PttIU01For e, ._ _y _' ;? [ .

by Margaret MuIr after the baseball. Remedial reading is beIng -. home for the holidays! I Marshall reporter. SEAL) _%. Final 'Diacharg Of Administrator' .
A;, Darby, "Tu'jAJl Wbom.It,)May Concern: 7 IJp'
Gardner- el tein offered to 'selected groupof CHURCH NEWS Cat1e 'q
,wedding on Notice ell hereby given that I
Clerk:of .oZ.Bradford ____
Saturday. Better luck next time,i pupils, free' movies, arts and I Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. County. Fiends, Cutt 6.1&4 7JSII have,.fyrd. roy flnat returns as ad, .

Barbara. Actually we -dont think crafts. ,and group lg. The E. D. Robinson pastor held regular U Tb. Tln-clt CVwtf Of I ra *-The',.ClttiV Canti-Ot'.Tie.C .JZlb I Camp mlnl&tratoc neUr of.deceased the 'etate r that of Ihave..nna I

she was trying. Margaret is the activity program will not close services all day Sunday. At I Commit FKrUUt U CbaiM.,IT- J.4it.I ar* Of. FlerWa I*. .".', ftlM'- pHltiom fer flnat discharge,

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lewis until -August'5, .Parents are urgedto 1 the close of the service Sunday I I Mary Edison-. Case Pla1ttlft.8.>o. %.j 1. Then. F.aItdc..1s'CASE 1OJ2-M-. i.._caeaeer abU and that.Thron I wilL.A. ply Yawn to,the.. vHonot-County ( .

Muir. who had better start saying let pupils.attend regularly. night the pastor was presented I as G. Edi.ort., I>f"ndanu I Jiif of RTadfoM'Coudtrj Florida. -
ineir pennies if to. Human Relations*Clinic i beautiful-,black robe by Mrs. NOTICE OF SLUT V' CORP -TITE' oru.Tnesdar at 1f:0*-A* Jf. of July ( -
they want ;, a
T.5ArT.le.! '. Ot The StaU.O *' u;:1"0 for approval of the same
put on another wedding like that You are invited to participate Ranell'English.,'The gift was purchased -I Flo:Ida, To: Thomas G. Edison,I aWoni PlaWtif. Vs Sa'mueT'f Lane, and for float chargas 'adralnl-' "

one Saturday.Mr. In jt Human, Relations and Better with donations collected 11th Shore Drive. HiUeg-aac Court,I bt.jI. .D Of ffltai" And: Ndfte.*. stftoi-: he testate' 'o'Anna C4m-
I Apt 4 Norfolk Virginia. Order ; deceased. ----p :
and Mrs. Ernest Stevens of Living Clinic whjch will be held b,. Sis Corena Colber and others ,You are. hfie\s. Botlfled thai a I bte. panella June 21, lUlL I- :

at Walker's Business College. The pastor was accompaniedby suft in qutr.! In which the relief In Of Th41 State' Of ... /-iSJit CamoabelUrAdmlnletcaton.of. _

Ninth Street and Myrtle Avenue. his wife Mrs. E. D. Robinsqh. !, sought permanent.divorce.. custody pendnte 6( children ntendI! "Florida Ed1'ard'E,' Ti a 1c1., an4'hb.wu- : Camp. neUIi .deceased.tM.Eatate..of, Anna"

Jacksonville July li-14 from .6 to They u'ere.sen'ed a delicious din- child support ana Injunction. ha,I if Inl' U 7(14I

TERMITES 9 each evening This is an unus- ner by Mrs. Bertls Kooinson been Edison.filed plaintiff against you in the.by ..abav ilarj I 1 and\\ ku.':. witt_It husband married if pure: ..uU'rn .r tfc(' titciit C.ifl df.tora.rl.riy '. i' aJAtWl1felV 1f

ual opportunity to join friends for faithful member of the church. named Court and ante; and roi lol'Y Oijer, also, al. C i T ; PtorUa. la Ck.arett
are summons ordered and > I I .anlha Amy GeL C. S. 38M. ,
four evening and learn many,of The pastor thanked Sister Colber John -
to file your. wrlttea .nswei" or de ger; Grahm Charley E. Johns, .e al., Pldin-
the essentials of happy living. for taking' the leadership in purchasing tenses to the complaint aldJ< his wife If'arre te. tiffs vs. Lcrenio Q.rftoft et at. Defendant f -

The clinic activities will include this very useful gift for can In .office of the ul den 'l1ed ted hlar. Ye ttle, J G:. ',. ". F : Anycolcr! yea sebct mixed with
Cleric of saM COUrt at S arke, Florida ainnel C 10<>- and hi I NOTICE Og SUIT
the' following: Know Your' City his service to the Lord.-Ranell ,, on or before August 1, 1960,1.married; MrLemor and h The'' State-Of Florida. To:' : absclut ra seconds
KILL THEM Yourself wtft-ARAB Government- presented-- the Enhsh, teporter. and to aerve a copy thereof on PolHa wife. Susie, : B.: McLemore; John, p. Heilen: Tenn ant, MincrvU.. L accuracy ..
U-DO-IT I '.V. Kaight plaintiff* attornqr, :Rtl.' Jr.:& known asft. ; Baldwin,. Robert M .Smith. J4bitDtron ; .
TEBJWTS_ Charm '. _-SiJUWi/J"WIllIUU
CONTROLT Counts Commissioners Born Flax
; First Temp Elder EarleT
1100 Wr*. : whose address is P. O. Ewx Z4I Jr. his *-,: ffefirtetttfpJEarier ,- C.- M. Hopkins; GeorgV Dix-
U pUntt. FntotfeuII aqM.P"tl. Grooinmgj Courtesies and Manners i- Howard pastor. w1flhoid. serviceson Starke, Florida on or before $aid J.hn>C. EdIt; also Know 9a'Jenn1tDt0nMaitO.Dlion1: B. -- .
I r--e .tectio& Cet FaEE .tJ Mrs. Shirley Click of Sunday that wfll includ date; .s.tutreO.bl' the fv ,oTf U J-C. Edle, and Wf wjfey tf mar.ned E..-RQnndtreer Candacy Bound tree. \.
7W LmIIIMr r. n_ h. Florida and. ,ifte'Flw>4a Rules ot'I ; Charle Hobeits,- e44hlaIIt'marr4ed *;- Gilbert Djxon.' Mary: Dls,6ri, Ida K M. .
Charm. Inc; Getting': along and Church--School at the usual hour CIvil Procedure. If you fail to dol T. W. Pitta-aometftnet Cox:. EugeneCot, Ludl' Dixon, .

Brooklyn Supply House Making Friends, Harry Schheider; morning and evening worship eo: a decree'pro .coufesso ,'111be known a T.borlyI; Ptttt,... and Eutep ',Duxw Maggie-_ May Dixsn. .
entered against you tor._the relief l4L.wifU ; 1.L, MeCaH; if allte, and if ,dead the unknown
Keystone Heights Fla. Instr. Dale Carnegie Courses; 1m- with music by thV c&oir, Mrs. demanded in the complaint. I I1\d'.hl.s' iIfett married, Annie' I !>Jfs helps, devi M; lemon( ''creditor .

= POi Papers: forms such as Ruby Mae Fisher in charge. At This :notic* shall be p bU4he.once I tLder-huband.'C. 1f 3flU. and .tl?t. el&Isnantkto-lhe hereln-
,a week, for four'. consecutive J.1M.. 1".aa4I. ,wie;. ,,znar- atL.r7deserlb.4 lands, by through, Select l edicts!
deeds titles wills. A R. Taylor;' 3:30: p. m. The Soul Revival Sing- 1rHka n___ hr._ _ni.ifna.__.___ ,__."__..._-: .& .,"-_ riM.Jo Wallace- Unwanted Hair local attorney; The clinic Is under ers will render a program of gospel graph.,comnjeiKlfigwttn ta," Jlsue";, Ell* Wallace* McKtoiey .Walla*! soa iwiH.Jar Educational of. Juun ,5O. IW, Horac*-. WaUact.j and sWaUep, WafJ1ce. "wn ,beJrs., devUoea, ,gras l..t'redttON' SeethemiadI.
of the -
the auspices Negro. the church. Ther Is .
Removed I 'songs nt $ WITNF5S.uuy 4 sTnd the "tal tljejr 'j-espectl *' If marrudi: lieoors, tnt other cUtm-
Review.. A certificate of.' no charge for admis&on. This ot aaM.Cov\ at Srke'Ioridz. Cary. Oogglns u< her hnaba&d,' anti t& add to' the-beretnatter eacribed Take them bcmeJ J

MEDICALLY attendance will ,be issued t each bails from Jacksonville and this .4th day. ,of.Jqne. IUO. rohnuO n1J1Jt- ". Williajaa. and -, Iao4,4>y;. through_ under .
group ( &U.) herhu and,. VW.wtlliaaia; LurS 0. agalhat PatU.-Btrinetr. dftfetwd. .
APPROVED participant: F' further information Is the talkof the town. You III J S,, -Dat\i ._ Whtttnote a wldowi, Ansmh GeIgr. aht-J? S.; 1In; eeaaeT; Mynle. -

METHODS please contact-Dr. J. I. E. I cant afford to miss this big free 4ek of a4! .,Cir ilt Court._ and hl :xaft art i:0 } .-V_ nr&kDQrofT -ntt.' C. Don, IB ttttCC&yt&D A COOO fAKDNG OONZtAOOS
6/39 tt 7121 Pow ) it R. .KsUy..Djt."TatPoweUV her" hurtind. jrno& reattfnM Itunkaown
Scott. Sr, 1233 W. 13th Street, .j I attraction. -. W. Strong re- Pafish tfttlianf Cay EofclnSaal ; and also to all unfinews

Edmund !porter. ..Ur.I At"ki t.1-k1Ii ;As4. BWi KWhen; 'LawiwecjStephejn D persons "*laiiiBfill *'*>V_ tltl,I : SNuiw7K'WIwAeV
Jacksonville. I" I\- 5. : Wa1.ad Ldlerase,,SIUlmfl'. ";4 Itw.or tntretj8. ana,to die (, -
Summer School ReflectionsWe Allen Chapel A. 51. E. ChnJch. zX otl_1s, h.r-4gtvec- '\. v.., tbruf UI eu! 11' *trrIet totngpeert wt.*t In BfadtqrdCqltti'
DWYER Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will H. t.VeIl. .11 Krfln nilielM. >l ct't Mtdiu.Lebarl; flbV Lrnst4.Jme Fr14trtt>'' _
have received greetings of the fpllawlngcertiffcatei- -.hJ' L 1aT4t and theIr I1U use .-,Bq3naijg5 a'-,the 9rtSea.st, dr- )
ELECTROLOG1ST hold regular trustee day on Sunday -; ,ali Crrle' 2lFshenf11rY1the r-Gl 'enJI j ca" 1f'M D s uvaSPARK'E.
of XortbEast.
from the of Wisconsin fH ed. said rertif icatti tar.ato tad 4 : 1114; n Southeast Quarter' .
TeL FR 28039For University starting with Sunday School ,lit;isspeA taet, oRT: 'hIeertIlcZtt ii.it .II *IIIIJ Ht Qelftt :!SE6''Ohi.E\U_lGtt.P.B
where, Mrs M. D' Christian, Assistant iiu l>er'aKa'-years'of,tjsai I-. L1t4w a4Llt2bs5dObn9, 1lTqwnehfp I.So h,
an Appointment teacher of English and librarianat at' 10 a. m. Supt. Fannie Description of t t'pl'oer1y.etd54mm. ,_ W i"'14& and. btr A i n&'i'i; bat.'thdM11'W1t Sosjtft BULUERS SUPPUES
lU- d"iiJt Stephen ndtni.Inand $,degrse U JU1DU 5* .aesosidsof .
Frazier In charge morning .IU--.hW1 '\ waiat .
107 W. University Ave Suit 204 RJE is studying during the ; folltnn- '- -"- .:- 'P- ttl Ird .&tJa :ot._ .Ca'lLopii .' teiB/ aiolle tht"EaBt line]

GAINESVILLE, PtA.I summer. She sends greetings to worship at 11 a. m.; evening worshlpat' Certificate Na it. Tear d!-. ; Ia1Ive.an411- eaid StfS.iett-f.ltt Kor vvdiata e i',of
all"1$8. ;:.:: ;t .theoQOTe'.PUODJ fie: $'.* feet to the Northerly bound- Phone WO 4.4201 Starke pt.
Bradford County' pupils, patrons, $-p.m.-f At!thereto*| of 1 ...t e1. tP&G4* di8. tguknowaMl: ,,4U1r:otturIatao.twztuf: EVs4', ---'' ---. -. .., ._- !.. .
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YYYYYYYfYyyyy yy yyyt, and: brother-in-law and sister, Rothelle Jones and'daughter Mr. I of Bonifay. Y"w" --
1 Mr. andJMrs.: W. D. Carter. Jones will attend, atraining Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Futch and f

ft A IP I OfD. ;: Those present for a Fourth of: sehcol'. in-Memphis, Tenn., where :little daughter Cindy Bunnell l rte"' '"'"V"t a---MERCHAtt
I : July picnic at the home of Mr. he and Mrs Jones will be going and Mrs. E. M. Futch visited"Mr:I, '
and Mrs. W. T. Halek were Mr; when they: leave' Hampton and Mrs. Paul Smith in Palatka
)si_'' >: HID and Mrs. R. L. Brown Sr. Mr Also, here for. the Fourth of Monday. ..' I II ?jf ''A 1 STSD WITH OR YDUR MDRE PURCNDpD RDER ,
aj +Ai4AAeAAAAAAAUAAAIANi and Mrs. w. D. Carter and family July with :Mr. and Mrs. Rothelle .Mrs, John Wright and daughters I i
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Williams Jones was Mrs Jones" stepfather of Tampa were weekend I r ._ .
i Miss< Constance Hill who became Mr. and Mrs. Cotsie Rig- and' mother, Mr and Mrs. Sam guests of Mr; and Mrs. Charles I I i J I, ; Aaa,.
the bride of James Horne don, Mr. and Mrs. David Brown Mitchels', and:: sons of Jackson ,ShufonL 1 .r I i, leer Juir 10,1960 .
r Jr. of.Hampton Saturday evening.I and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. A.-] M:... Margaret CUstance of Tallahassee ir,J I I I i I I;I II II l ? 4 NE PER ADi ULT FAM frI
I, July 2J: waS honored with a bridal : H. Perry and daughter .Mr, and ville.Mr.. and Mrs. F. P. Lott and and her sister, Mrs,-Etta i! g, .'," b i 1 LIMIT CODE ST
at'Hampton town hall on I ;,
i shower Mrs. Tom Paladino. Eugene family, and Mrs. L tt's mother. Rood of Nova Scotia with Miss 1\
Thursday evening. June 30. !Chason. all of Hampton; Mr. and [Mrs. Thelma Atkins left last]Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee, I
1 with prizes I
Games were played I Mrs. R. M. Fancher of Starke; |Friday for Stewart, Miss. for a wereFriday overnight' guests 'of
going to' Miss Alethia Williams | Mrs. H. R. Brown and sons of i ii ;vacation trip and to visit rela- Mrs. Joyce Futch- I '
k and Miss Barbara Matchett. The I Jacksonville: Mrs. Beckum of f tives. Miss Barbara Starling,"daughter "'
room was decorated with bOu- Hawthorne, and Mr. and Mrs. Also leaving last Friday: for of Mr. and Mrs.' Steve Starl-! 1DiLiSiOn Or Phtladelh u.h. ( r _L I RIBBON HEAVY VESTERN MA' '1 F
quets of summer flowers. II Odis Lowman and family of j Mississippi were Mr. and Mrs. ing, Jr. of Jacksonville, and Lon- : ,= Storer FOOlt r Inc.ir Penn.Y iv'n i e '
following opening of the gifts. Gianite Quarry lC.. Wesley Griffin and. daughter nie Craft son of Mr. and Mrs. L.I Ilil f.. n
and I !F Rib,
of cake punch Standing
refreshments 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Simpson Phyllis: Craft of Lawtey. were. married in II !I I or.
were served to the 30 present. and children of Illinois and Mrs. Mrs. Ruth Mills of Fallon. Ne- the Woodbine Church at Wood- I Ii C
Hostesses. ,were Mrs. V. J. Slade I Mary Simpson of Tennessee- vada visited in Hampton last bine, Ga. Friday, July 'IThe ;I
Mrs. ri. E.:Hill,Mrs. T. F. Brown rived here Sunday for a visit with weekend with her son-in-lawand, pastor, Rev. Coursey, officiated.I Boneless Chuck :__
Williams. Out- .
and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roop and family daughter; Mr and Mrs. D. E. HilL A few relatives and friends' witnessed -
of-town guests were Mrs. Richard : Mr. Simpson and Mrs. Mary She'left Sunday' to visit a son in the wedding. The newlyweds -j QUANTITY' / '
May of Homestead Mrs. 1 Simpson are brother and mother Miami and expects to return to are occupying an apartmentat I RIGHTS LERVEO'- } -, t
Thornton Hartley and Miss Con of Mrs. Roop, Hampton this weekend. Mrs. Miner's .
nie Sweeney of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Jones and Here for. the holiday weekend Saturday overnight guests of i 'oast LB .'

Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Starke. daughter Valerie who have been ,'to attend the 'wedding of their Mr. and 'Mrs. C.' R. Crews were : :
Personals stationed in San Diego, Calif:, !brother Saturday were Billy their son H. C. Crews and family; i r '
,Mr. and Mrs. Odis Lowman I Home and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Misses
Vera Crews, Hilder Crews
with the U. S. Navy arrived Sunday -
and family Granite Quarry '
i' May: and ''daughter'of Homestead. and a friend. Mrs. Aline Avery
.. are visiting here with' her parents for a"visit here with Raleigh! and. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams all of Clearwater. I. :: ; .
Mr. and Mrs. R L Brown,,Brannen and Mr. and Mrs. : -
---------- and sons of New Port Richie.. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and ; FULL CUT ROUND, or
Mr: and Mrs. Milton Mosher Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crews and
and family' left last week' for a children visited Elmer Crews
I QOAPOOLSjj vacation trip toNew York and and family in Valdosta Sunday 32OS.WALN1ST! '
Pennsylvania, and to visit their J afternoon. Elmer is stationed at KE.: RIB or SIRLOIN
son; Henry Mosher, who has just'1 the' Air Force Base there. FIA, .
E All New. All Shapes! i completed basic' training in the Mrj and Mrs. C. E. Steinhouserof r'i _
and' Sizes. I army at Ft. Dix. N: J., and will Jacksonville spent Sunday I /
I now be stationed In'MIsso ri. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. O.I '
I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W: J. Anders and Billie. 1I
Swindell for two weeks were*her
= 1I two sisters: Mrs L F. Thompsonof :
I a rAS Plant City, and Mrs; RO..: Cash paid for good, clean cot r I r
Wimberly Holly-HflL Mrs: Nina ton rags. No Khaki or wool.
Bates'of' Mississippi! is here visit- Bring to Bradford County Tele- I
ing with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. graph.-,
Swindell for a' few days. Mrs. t .LB
LOW AS Swindell expressed her appreciation BRIGHTEN UP!
to an who visited her and t ;
0'I_ Painting and DecoratingAt
$2,000 tent cards and flowers followingher j
PHONB TQDAY: 12 x 27 Size recent accident; CaD' t
Mr. and Mrs. Ira*J. Rusha; for-
Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down mer' residents of Hampton. now DAWKINS, The Painter 'iiIT. 1 I S _.

(Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay' oft radaatlon Tampa exercises-attended' the'' then recent son. ,414 E. South St... .

John. at Farmington State J.. ... SEIIER'S.or FVNE TASTE
Teachers College' in Maine; John = --

TRIES! CONSTRUCTION CO.P. .. attended school in Hampton. J _
Starke; and Tampa: In Septemberhe dtilnaie

0. Box $87 Keystone Heights, Fla will be' teaching' in Bangor. s I t

Maine tI I ,
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Enta BlanehirdFutcfaBanneil l'
Saturday Morning 10:00 AM
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Mrs. Jeanett Green Bunnell
I and' Floyd' J. Futch were unitedin N4
AT THE JnalT age' on Friday, June' 24; > S .Y; '
at the Baptistpastortunr in Orange i i ril=l
Park in the.presence of a i to WE RE-' "AP PACKAGE

FLORIDA' THEATER, few close friends.: The ceremony ., :

was performed by* Rev. P. L. T TRUCK TIRES, ,,,i2.. ..... POUND
i Knight. I b From 7.50 x 20 Thru .-t".'..'". r-r.1'J....'"':-'''"";
iI The brtde is' the' daughter- of J' 10.00 x 20 ) 'ft ii: '. t -rr
I Sponsored by the Following. Merchants: Mr. and Mrs: Lee Green; and" the I : ft f"

GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS' JEWELRY bridegroom is' the' son' ofx Mrs. STOP TAKING ,' ':***** r _
Finest M. F tch' and'the late Mr. CHANCES ONE COKIE OF YOU1 CHOICE W'TH'

STAR HOMES SHEPHERD'RADIO & Futch. They are- residing in the WITH WORN ': :'' -- ORDERS
Futch home,in Lavtey. t 1 -. ..... $;,00'OR MORE FOOD
Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS, spent last week with his grandmother .; Let Us Re-Cap Your, { : 'AND 4 --- ;
Mrs Eflie Miner. Tires For And"Safety .1 -
: Economy -
TERWILLEGAR MOTORsINSURANC Miss Loraine'Priest was visiting 'ICtN .
her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.. E: W. FlOOJ.I }\. .
SIMMONS KOCH STARKE BUILDERS' Williams, and children in Well \ Dealer For '. ; v'I

DRUG STORE SUPPLY' born last' week:: ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Robertswere NEW DUNLOP ,

CO IP ANY.COMPANY' lasfcweekUn quest of certain varieties 1Ii
I of orange trees. They'are --. ;HALVES OR SLICES)
planning to enlarge their nursery. STARKERECAP : !
F Miss Mary Harley; and 'W. c: : a
Dtsey of Dorcnester, S. C. were pACRES.
guests Thul'sdayof'Mrs. A. H. 1 CO.

1 ) Harley. Mary is-the niece'- of Mrs;
Harley and. Mrs. Alice 'Andersonof Temple Ave. t
e ,
Phone WO 4-0221
Starke: %
I Mr. and Mrs. Mabrey of Lake 1 I BIG, I .i
Geneva and. Mis., Lillie Lowery r 2-lf.2J ., .
of'Jacksonvillevisited"'Mrs. Geor- '
gianne Sapp Sunday. '1I "CAN :; : ?

$r.andxMrs. Carl"Pretatt'were s +
weekend guests of Mr.: and Mrs. '

Jack Harvey Mrs. Ernest Peavy.antJMisrBanr BORDEN'S SILVER COW if ____
BoWri''in't3rIan 1tr I EVAPORATED ; o-
t fl -
do. f B fI
W.and5 Mrs. Phillips of Way- I'I

r tl lesvUl,; NiG.; have nearly comb I I 7
l pleted their house next door to MILK
TALL + 4 -
J/-Tf Reddish. They have return
ed to spend the summer at home 'I CANS 1
and expect to be back in the early FLAVOR-KIST
I fall and make this their winter I I t
,I ;

>' home.Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner rerently -' E'E -.' I ';-' .. ., 't.- -'-" W"J c
0k I It ;; c. 'ij oi-i...
$ I 7'\ moved into their.new homein Ii Cream- 49c ___ _. '. << t """ _..c-:
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7 which they are very'nIcel ''ce. '- --- -- --- ---_----_- '.'-.-

} situated. This is quite an addition i CTH 1M ..

to? Lawtey i 'I.iti.. I ; r ANQUET FANCY FROZENCheese
E Er 1q W. J. Wise has returned to his Dairy FoodsDAlSYvCJlEDDAR .
home'I t Opps. Ala aftef-several h 9 BEEF TURKEY $ CHICKEN ,HAM
weeks' Visit with his son Ralph nIl EA49c
snow.I sr.; ..- } (
:. Wiseamrfam1ly:
SunihJntcrrain RS
: F II Course.
/ Our plumbtr'" wifl
has been visiting her
'r:WeR_ iO CdIDe 1? evayarortb brtther-indaw and sister Mr- and Undo'Yelx dris If .. L 49c :
4'dW6 feature that can h6 buff Mrs., D. iL Thomas; and family. |LADY FAIR RING'I CAKE
*J tato' .motor Tad-thatii wkt yea. get to! Miss. Dianne Thomas accompan Stop PL'iplunibLag tog around nth your
r a Scr.o DCW 100 PLUSl ,
r F'11 ; led her home fot a rew days' visit, :! You're apt; to make f'1
;Yon\ boy better guo toy.tnypriccrSee .' Mrs Alice Austin and son of Ings..worse..ratber 'tHa n"bettw.. 29t 5c

-- ..Ciiet-SeM.. .-DeWl00 for PLUSeeR.it.ttllli8lt.tho yoorsdf:Tr.. Darleys Daytona and Beach"BusterBennetts.are visiting the it's jJuuys h L to.ci.U. a dependable 0 r ; : ANGEL lOOD VALUE

eatablislunent like
yp-brand of pliBnbinff
:- toy campetitir.ttie Mrs. Owen Garrison and children i '" '
IIeSI II.WiI mabeyrxt! a ccGSrmed of Marrietta Ohio:are guests irs.-iii.Jleuitritne.I! that Ku; '
foe'_ u of Mr- and Mrsi. O. Bumgamer. you can be sure of IiatWyiD&' ro-_

Miss Adel Dinkini spent Saturday : ,suIt!..: ? '
51 M'" Leit_Lreveift ret st.1. slid Sunday''with her parents. .s" Luscious SweetFRANKS39e

..__ .. -vwu.. ._.you diiye.wih'Qtie 5 rvice- Mrs and-Mp.-,Paul Dmkrn&MrsNB.BlockeJandsonc- I .
of- z < 1E'1I
; Lake City recently visited her f
HI SI LC.O.tX. Ai H5 Harley. Theboys r
mother- Mrs.
remained"spend a few fRESf CA UGIfT: GREETS F '

.i CtT fS: @ SlaVIC!' days Monday..with guest their- grandmother.of}Mr. and Mrs.MiuTurner. c d' i i

: Sin69
!were their son : EA,
Wayne and family of. Jackson
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June 29. Mary WUkinson, and: Madeline: Eugene English are on the sick withher sister., with. his brother-in-law and sis- Florida.D. at Starke' '; Bradford. County.'

BALDWINBy % Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkes and MAXVILLEBy Carter visited last, weekend with list.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. L.,Cannon and ter. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Palmer. /o u Tin Pd

family'left Friday for a week's Mr. 'and MrS:- Lacey;: Griffis and and Mrs. Bob McClung and family and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon Mr. and Mrs. John North and .

Mrs., C. B. Nolan vacation in Columbus' Ga.. Troy C. B. Nolan Mr. jand Mrs: Ernest, Wellhausen daughter Gail have moved back l left Saturday morning for a several family. Violet and Ray Burnsed ,

and Phoenix.City Ala. and ;'family; home from Parkersburg W. Va. days visit in Plant City with and Patty Parrish enjoyed boating -

1AkAw&&&&&&&&&&& &&&& Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ben and .& &. &&&& A& & &A && Mlsa Sarahfjane.:Griffis is viSit- Mr. McClung is employed with Mrs. Canon's sister Mrs: Vivian and swimming at Kingsley WILLIAMS '
family spent July 4 with Mrs. ing in Glen -St? Mary with' Mr. DuPont Company in Starke.Mr. the
Mr. and Mrs; T A. Tatum .of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fraser,and Reid.Mrs. Lake on 4th of July.
Columbia. 3. C. spent Thursdaynight Benjamin Freeman and family in children of Jacksonville spent last and .Mrs. Pat' Griffis. and Mrs. Lacey Brown and Willie Godwin and Mrs. JEWELRYWATCHES

with Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fernandina 'Beach.Mr. Inursoay afternoon with Mrs. Stork Shower family and Owen Knight enjoyed William Padgett were visitors in ,

Higtfinbotham! and family. and Mrs. Joe Harvey* and Morris BelL Mrs.: Waver Griffis and Miss the wrestling matches in Jacksonville last Monday. NOTICE OF ITKTIO.TO

Mrs. Grady Roberts left Fridayfor daughter Wanda and Robery. Mrs.. D. B. Griffis and Mrs. Minnie 'Zell Hargroves entertained Jacksonville last Thursday night. N. L. Cannon and.his daugh IIEGISTER Notice FICTlTIOtS NAME DIAMONDS

Newman. Ga. to' be with her Happy and Cheryl Taylor'of Randolph Crosby carried the Tuesday night June 21, at Mr. Brown )left from Jacksonville ter. Mrs. Willie Godwin: were undersigned Is ,hereby under given the provisionsof that the :REPAIRS

sister Mrs. Lois Treadwell who Jacksonville are spending a cou- Junior GuTs "A" Class of,, the the home of Mrs., Griffis with a for Camp Croft. S. C., where he visitors in Jacksonville last Tues- Chapter 20.93J. Laws of Florida,

1$ undergoing surgery; ple of weeks at Kingsley Lake. Maxville Baptist Church to stork I shower honoring Mrs. Leis was called to report. day.Bootsie Clerk Acts of of 1941 the will Circuit register Court with in and the AD Work ,GuaranteedA.

Mr. and Mrs. Junior Fourakerand Mr. and Mrs. Theo Taylor Strickland's Landing last Wed mon Smith: Games were played) ,Miss; Patty. Fairish and David Cannon went to Plant for Bradford of County. Fld-Ida. upon C. Williams

family and Larry Hill spent spent part of July'4 with Mr. and nesday for a picnic outing. and prizes awarded to Elsie MaeCamion. Parrish accompanied Mr. and City last Sunday' to bring his t his receipt I notice, proof the fictitious of publication name of of 142 W. Call St-

the past weekend In Winter Haven Mrs. Joe Harver'at Kingsley Miss Minnie Zell Hargroveand Betty Griffis. Nolan and son to wife home from Mrs. Vivian the Snack Car, under which I am .
sCopeland siacksonvule engaged in business' at S41 Starke Fla.
and attended the Rodeo in Lake. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Frances Adams a laS Thursday night Reid's. Ave.. Starke, Florida. Temple ,

Kissimmee on July 4th. Little Clyde, and Gregg Taylor visitors in Baldwin last Tuesday. Svefrn Crews after which thehoxVree .t:: a party held at home of Mr. Rev. Herbert Higdon and family John A. Ferber. 107 N. E. 7th St.. --

Orange Street Supper sons of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Taylor Little Jadine Williams son of opened her many lovely and" Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family of Bradenton spent the week- Gainesville Florida sole owner. i

A delightful supper was held returned Monday night from I Mr. and Mrs. Odell Williams has andj useful gifts. Delicious k ,' 'Hsrbie Fraser of Jacksonville end here. -- --- -- -- I iI

a visit in Jacksonville with Mr. punch and coffee served has returned home after Chief
Triday night July 1. at the Or infection [in the cut which he received were spending Warrant Officer and Mrs.

ange Street Baptist Church for and Mrs. Connie Fiser. on his head several days to about 20 gUests.', a a?week, with his uncle and aunt O. A. Boyd, and daughter Gloria FIRST
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Taylor and Dir. and Mrs.. Damon Mr., and Mrs. Morris Belt BAPTIST CHURCH
Smith Jean and
:teachers and officers. Rev. J. ago and we all wish him a speedy ,. son Gary of Camp
Tom Harper was the guest speaker sons. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Fuser recovery. aniaounce, the"arrival'- a-son on ,'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and LeJeune. N. C. have just spent a .; .

, for the occasion and those pre and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fields Mrs. .Wilma Blackwell of Mac- Thursday June 30. at' the, ''Ed family spent from Tuesday until week with Mr. Boyd's sister. Mrs. Morning Worship At If:OO?A.lU.
Billy enjoyed a weiner roast at Jack- clenny spent last Monday and Fraser Hospital 'in Macclenny.. Thursday of last week in Columbfa -
sent Rev. and Mrs.
:p tteraon.were Mr. and Mrs. Pasco sonville Beach 4th of July even- Tuesday with her brotherinlawand :The young man has been named S. C. Louise Miller and family. Mr. Evening Services At 8:00 P.M.

Leamon Nelson Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon Boyd will leave right ,away for
..Fouraker Mr. and Mrs Wesley ing.Miss sister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hig '.
Ttlosley.. Mr. and V Mrs. Jerry Joyce Rowe returned to ginbotham.Doss Mr: and :Mrs.: Bob Raulersonand and family spent last Thursday duty in Okinawa.. His family will Guest Speaker

Jacksonville Monday evening daughter, DarTene. of Baltimore in Jacksonville and while there
Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Norman I Higginbotham spent last ; remain in Jacksonville.

Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur after spending a week here with weekend in Jacksonville with his Md. 'arrlved'Saturday for a visited with Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Ronnie" Miller 'left last Satur- i REV. W. B. McdRARY

Jones Rufus Hula Leslie Ellison her mother Mrs. Eula Rowe. son and daughter-in-law Mr. and two weeks' visit: with, Mr., and Bornstein. day for
Camp LeJeune N. C.
Miss Janet returned Sun-
Rob- Mrs. Franklin Higginbotham. Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and "Mrs. From Welaka
Lacey Thomas. Mrs. Dewey Minnie Barber left Satur- Eddie Florida
day morning from Blountstown Miller left last Sunday
erson Mrs. W. L. Suggs Mrs. Franklin Higginbotham and family. They were accompanied -

JErnest: Watson Mrs. Ralph Poole where she had been 'visiting with son Stanley of Jacksonville visi- horns by-. Miss Shirley Higgin- I 1V

Mrs. Sylvester Coleman. Travis her grandmother. Mrs. W. T. ted l last Saturday with Mr: and botham who has :been visiting ,
Travis- We are glad to hear that ,
3lhoden; Jimmy Mosley and Ray Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and I with them.
Mrs.,Davis is improving from her Mrs! Dorothy Kilgore and fam-
family.Mr. .
Coleman.Mr. THE
and Mrs., Woodrow Higgin- recent illness.GrantCole. and Mrs. Bob Warren and ily drove to Brooksville last Wednesday CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

botham and family spent last of Chattanooga. son will leave July 15 for Pa- and Biased; until Friday ..
:Weekend In Hawthorne with Mr. Tenn. spent last weekend with tuckett River Md., where :Mr. visiting Mrs and'.MrsV.Obed Mar- .' >'-' --.' -- .' 1
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones. School tin and .family. While they were V : 1 1V
and Mrs. Everett Higginbotham Warren will attend a Navy
and family. Randy Shelton Blountstown. '' for 19 weeks after which they there Mrs Kilgbre's wife Mrs. NEW HORIZONS 1
has returned home after week'svisit
James Edward Higginbotham a will move to Newfoundland. We Eula Kilgore and family of Arizona -

ol Quantico Va. will leave Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. R. hate to see these folks' leave our and Coy Kilgore of Michi- t t

after a two weeks' visit herewith E. Jones. community but wish. them good gan arrived lora visit also. V

' his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.' Nolan spent luck on their Journey.Mrs. Miss Eleanor 'Johnson Jack-

Woodrow Higginbotham.Mr. the weekend with Mrs.' Nolan's Franklin Bell and family sonville spent last week with

and Mrs. Lenous ParkeI father L.. W. Motes in Palatka. and Mrs. Sheryle Scott enjoyedan Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and family :

and baby arrived'' home Tommy and Gene Gay's house- outing at Kingsley Beach last and accompanied them on their t
trailer was struck by lightning
weekend from Savannah. Ga. Sunday, trip Brooksville..
during the bad thunder storm .
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Petrey Mr. and Mrs. Terry Treadwell Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis, BUd- 9
Sunday night .. .
and burned
and family spent Sunday and badly. of Dearborn, Mich stopped by dy Padgett.. Mike Cannon Mr;
The contents
the 4th of July at St. Marys. G a. were completely de- for a visit with Mr. Treadwell's I and' Mrs. Lacey Brown and family -

with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Petrey.Mr. stroyed.Mr. father. Ed Treadwell, last week,: and Owen Knight were among I '
and Mrs. H. E. Braddock '
and Mrs. Bill Rowland and enroute to Miami. I those attending'the car races at
Rev. and Mrs. Mason Simmons ,
family are spending this week aKIn t Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Adams.Mr. Speedway Park in Jacksonvillelast S. h
and family Mr. and Mrs.
sley Lake Bryan and Mrs. Calvin Owens of week. .
Braddock and family and
The Young Adult Class"of the Mr. Jacksonville Mrs. Florence Par- Miss Gnann Thom son of Pa-

Baldwin Methodist Church enJoyed Mrs. Roy Braddock and family rish and John Mosley enjoyed a latka spent a few days last week .
E. H. Braddock. Mr. and Mrs. E.
a hamburger fry and swim delightful 4th of July at Lake with Misses Ginger Cannon and
P. Stokes and family Mr. and
ming party at the Rowland Cottage Locnlposa, fishing and picnicking. Carolyn Strickland. 8 y
Mrs. Pasco Fouraker and w
on Kingsley Lake on July family Mrs: Mary Wellhausen visited Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin
' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ingham and ; .
4. with her son and daughter-in- and family vtsled"-in. Jacksonville, t
Mrs, Earl Allen. Jr. and Mrs. family Mr. and Mrs. Fouraker, i law Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Well Friday afternoons ..
Jr. and family and Mrs. David
[Frank Surrency 'carried Cathand Y hausen last Thursday. We ar Glad to see Ricky Harris feel- J//: .
Fouraker. Sr.
Mr. and
Curtis Allen and Frank and sorry that Mrs. Wellhausen isn't; ing better after being ill last ,: yg .
Johnie Kast and family Mrs. '
Harold Surrency to a birthdayparty feeling well. week with tonsilitis. :.
Mrs. Enoch Oliver Mr. and Mrs. :
, given for Joe Bryan in Henry .Wellhausen still is not Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham jtr / z ..
Wilton Stokes and family Mr. ;
,Jacksonville last Friday after well and his father took am and sons spent July 4th .,
and Mrs. R. B Woodard and
noon. back to Starke to the doctor on weekend.. St. Augustine with
fly Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Thomasand
Misses Judy and Mary Jane Saturday. relatives. \
\s .
family and Mr. and Mrs.
Spence Jacksonville spent Beach.Saturday night at George Lamb and family of Lloyd Wilkinson and. Mrs. Flora Sorry to hear that both Mrs, 1
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Mr. and Mrs. ,Harley Spence I Jacksonville all enjoyed a delightful _>_.. .. H > ,... >I i ,,
fish fry at Lakeon
and 'daughters enjoyed the Rodeoat HOMECOMING ',"t CHURCH FOR ALL ... .
Kissimmee on ,July 4. July 4. SUNDAY, JULY 10 ALL FOR ,THE,CHURCH. .

Little Doug Edwards son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lane spent Ykc Ourcfc it du |iutef factor N' .:

Mrs Pat Edwards is confined to the July 4 weekend with relativesin ..rib f of,he building .f characlef. *iJ +y. :&L .

the Jacksonville Georgia.Mr. food eibMttJiip.'It is i a .ttorehoiiic W, .": :
Naval Hospital NORTHSIDE .
after and Mrs. Will Lane and BAPTIST ,CHURCH ry .Ipi imul nlun.Widiouf a sttoa Quick-, .. _
an accident on Saturday
family spent the weekend at Milloct democracy aot, .ilizalio. ace When does a 'itart.to.'thinkt: .
when he got his arm caught in ,rive: 'fb.rc.rc four ouod ruwuty
the: wringer of a washing ma- Ocean Pond. ,. tverj 1 pcnoi should' atteij.. wrkt: Nobody knows, exactly. But though hti cto come byassociation.

chine.: The Baldwin baseball team DINNER AT 1:00 PJM. te(ul.dy ..d euj>port ike Church TWyaw Baby_ eagerly responds to the sight of a ,

Harold Fouraker returned on played a double header at White- : (I) For kU owi ule. (2) for ha bottle because experience has proven that the both}

Thursday from a visit with his house Tuesday morning. The first Singing tkil game was with Whitehouse and and Dedication of'New' _moil, u brother-in-law and"sister. Mr. and the Educational 'Building.' *f Ckurck ihclf. wkick M thedshi.J Joral 'J! Because baby does learn by association,"'It is Imporv -

Mrs. Jimmie McKendree and score was 15-4 in favor of aid ..lt al wpport. Plat to eo taut h. 'parents take: care to.enlarge their children, V '

family in Tallahassee. The Mc- Baldwin. The second game was I. ckunck regularly, aad. read jour Biblt ; }I horizons as they grow. A very small child will respond ,
Kendrees arrived here July 4 for played with Thomas Jefferson REV. W. P. McELROY Guest- Speaker V dill,... f to a simple prayer And a child of three will find great J

visit with Mrs. MeKendree's parents and Baldwin won It too. Daf Book Chapter- v.... 'enjoyment in attending Church School geared for. : ,

Mr. and Mrs.. Pasco Four- There will be two more weeksof COME. FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL sulllla 'a IMS youngsters of that age.ttotd.yecelatioa' .
AND SPEND THE DAY Tawd tit f. 1-19 1 Religious' instruction and guidance lot for the .
Commencement exercises for the summer program at school ... rWtdimbr RevelatlOJ 1* ,\.
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"mature only-it is needed
regularly by The
the Brandy Branch Baptist Vaca- so if any of you folks u everyone. .
tion Bible School were held at interested are Everybody Welcome ,Rev. Gerald Suggs Pastor Tkundif I EQBFridtjr If spiritual life of your child needs const cultivation. __: ,
come on out. ? 1 Kim ITu' ITf | just, as be"mind need day by day development J and .

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U. S. Government Securities _______ 901,395.00 Unearned Income --- ----- L 42788.83 c= ,

Loans" and Discounts -------------- 709,593.57 Capital Stock --------- ._,.._': 100,000.00 FOR KEROSENE. OR FUEL OIL ... .

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Other Resources Undivided Profit _______.:-=:.:._. 3t454.32 Madison I.and Cherry St. PHONE WO ,9-2011 V : Starke, FI&* _*tA3-: **
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