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 14, 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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:; ; Boys Use Old Hotel

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4 dye j j' ( Goods Valued At 4N'n

_ fi i Y'a i ., 4ty- u uE :x 1 a" d $$439 Stolen From 7- I

Bottom Dollar M-

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Three Starke Juveniles were 7
< I y.c aught I {
-s. Tuesday July .12 along
with a small mountain of loot .
Q. dol they had stolen the night before r ?

from the Bottom Dollar on East

Call Street. P V ;

., The three boys, one aged 13
and two aged 15, were surprisedin ,

Arresting officers Harry Green William Roster! Cornelius Moore and James Pictured above: is the vacant Starke Hotel on v-East: Call Street where the budding their! hideout'Tuesday after- ... t
Hamilton are pictured with the goods union three- juveniles stole from the noon in the old Starke Hotel.
young thieves stored their loot and used
as living quarters The Plumbing in the
owned by Attorney Hollis Knight,
Bottom Dollar on East Call Street last Monday. old hotel still works.
on East Call Street in the heartof

otarke. Both the Bradford

County Sheriff's Department and y yrry

I the Starke Police participated in

tiie !arrests. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I After robbing the Bottom Dol-

lar Monday night, the young

J theivcs said 'they carried the loot
across the roofs of six buildings

Official County Publicatioh Established In 1879 to the old. hotel, where they had Y

.--- "- been living and which they u
VOLUME EIGIITY-TWO STARK E, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1960 0' NUMBER TWO wrecked in the process. Police

r Riley Sweat said it was known
i that someone had been staying in Police Chief Rlley Sweat is shown holding the rope which
Brooker Market City Clerk Defends Town's I I the ]Intel off and on for the past the young thieves used to reach the ground from the second

month but that police had not story of the old Starke hotel Sweat is standing by a hole in,

H been able to catch them in their one of the rooms in the hotel that was knocked in the wall so the

Doubles Volume ,. Criticized Rates On Electricity room. boys could see anyone searching for them. Holes were knocked

The three were apprehended asa in other walls also.
result of search by the Police II

But Prices PoorBetter City Clerk Merrill Edwards fourth cents for each kilowatt and. Sheriff's. Departments of allJimmy
pointed out this week that hour thereafter, Edwards stated. I abandoned houses in the Starke and go from one room to the:. they had all the stolen goods

Starke's electricity rates are only Other utility companies, he said j area. The boys' parents had reported other in case someone surprised packed in suitcases (also .stolen],

than 40,000 packages ,< h \ > one fourth cent higher per kilo- charge a reduced; rate of two to authorities that they them. They also scattered feath-: as if they were about to leave
were shipped from the Brooker watt hour than other utility com- cents per kilowatt hour for ais- had been missing from home ers from pillows over the floors town. Two'' of the Juveniles already -

State Farmer's Market this .year, Minies' reduced rates on air-con- conditioners and water heaters. since Saturday, July 9, and that of some of the rooms when they had cases pending against
almost doubling the market's ditioners. "An air-conditioner will use they suspected the boys were took pillow cases to carry their them, and had a hearing sche-

output of 19.482 package! last The City Council had a warm more current than the $6.50 for staying in some abandoned house. loot back to the hotel. They dis- duled before County Judge T.'A.

year. Market Manager M. 0:: debate at it's meeting 'last week the first 100 kilowatt nours if Deputy Sheriff James Hamilton carded the pillow covers when I Yawn for Tuesday afternoon.
Harrell stated Tuesday. about Starke's electricity rates It runs much," the clerk stated. drove by the hotel to investigate they found the suitcases in the They had apparently decided to

But. Harrell said, farmers'',were being too costly to allow residents! i Edwards used, as an example, I it, since it was the only vacant store.When skip town i instead of attendingthe

plagued by very low prices : to operate such home appliances das n all electric home that used building: they had not checked.He police surprised the boys, hearing. officers said

throughout the season. The main air-conditioners and hot water 883 kilowatt hours of electricityin saw that one of the front up-
reason for the low prices, he 'said, heaters. City Councilman' Ruby one tonth. This rural home stair windows was opened and Starke Tavern Owner Assaulted

was the lateness of the season. .. .. "s Johns stated at the meeting'that gets ill current from another called the city police to the scene. I
Harrell said that farmers from : 4x __ the city should offer reduced rates source than the Starke plant, he I Six officers then surrounded. In His Establishment Last'Friday

South Florida north to South I that would allow people to use said, and its bill for the 883 kilowatt the building, covering all exits, ,

Carolina suffered from low prices \',-":" ."',.. their appliances economically. hours came to $22.74. If the and began. to close in. Officerswere Two Starke men are in Bradford -i I vern last Friday night, July 8,
result of Edwards said he does not wantto home had been its
as the late season. getting current certain the boys were stay- !
County Jail charged'with about: 1015; and ordered beer and
The manager predicted that 'lf 'f, .". enter: ''the argument, but only from the city of Starke, the bill ing in the hotel when their assault to commit murder in the 1 cigarettes while Deese remained
prices had been better, the number w : : to point out .the facts. would .have, amounted ,to $24.12 or mothers identified some shoes
... ... ... tarke'l l'itea'are beating of Cyrus ICy Sistrunk. in the car outside. When Sistrunk
-:: :- : electricity a |1.38 more than the rural '
of packages: shipped from theinvkst ; bill. and socks as those'of the boys.
about"CO; owgetof .the.Blue Tarv turned his back to the
would been .. flat 80zr50'for .the.first ,1C hkila- ...-This-! would amount to- -$16. 61 Upon entering the bnlliBng officer het cigar-
this j uv ate r ,' ; watt hours, and two enr"6ri Easf Brownlee Street ette .Miracle hit him in the
close-to 80000. As it was, Harrell LEARNING THE TRADEr'Learning andone,! more- for a yeah, Edwards said found the stolen goods Bonds of $10,000 each have back of the head with a foot long
said left But, .he pointed out home piled in an upstairs of .
23 railway cars the mar i Contract'warded : insurance room one been set for Raymond Leon Miracle section of iron pipe.
ket loaded with produce. He. said I, rates in the city are cheap the boys in a closet and one behind 30, and Maurice Deese, 36. When Sistrunk
could not be.
rillway agents told him that; the the business from "the ground up" Is John Leslie For Designing Of er. A rural home insured for a chest of drawers. The who gave their address as 612 N. knocked unconscious
son of Mr. and Airs. S. IL Leslie[ owners of Florida Inc, third after being
erc''I carried the first produce Sunweart Post Office AddittionA $5,000 would cost the owner $35 youngster escaped temporarily Cherry street. Deese is Miracle's hit several times with the iron
moved by rail in four years. plants In Starke and !Miami. John Is pictured at 'the cutting per year compared to only $12.50 when he heard the officers brother-in-laW. pipe. Miracle panicked and

String beans, which brought anaverage table in the Starke plant this week, where he was training under, in the city or a saving of $22.50 In. the building as he was returning i The two men were apprehended I from the tavern, forgetting ran all

of $2.50 per hamper net V the watchful eye of Furman Jackson (left), general managerof Moore nntr ct"has been awardedto for the year. from a drugstore with some approximately 45 minutes after ,about his buddy in the car out-
and May Architects of
to the farmer, were the only Sumvear, and 'William Robbing, manager of the operation here. Gainesville "This more than makes up for sandwiches. However,. his parents the beating and attempted robbery side. Sistrunk then rushed out-
to thee extension
commodity that brought growers l Young Leslie Is a graduate of the University of Michigan and and remodeling of the- the city's" slightly higher electrical brought him in to the sheriff's by the Starke police- Chief side shouting to Deese to catch

any money. Harrell said. He said I ,has just completed two years with the U. S. Navy as a lieutenantjg Starke Post Office. rate, Edwards said office Wednesday morning after Riley Sweat gave this version of Miracle, and that he'd tried to
that,this pricewas "pretty good" The city's flat rate for the first he returned home. the incident: kill him.
( ) in the western Pacific. Th3 contract was let by the 100 kilowatt ,hours Included in the
for string beans. is a distinct merchandise Miracle entered Sistrunk's This
ta-I Just suited Deese who
Bu pepper, cucumbers, pota Atlanta Regional Office of Gen- advantage Afor homes which use taken from'the Bottom Dollar,
toes 'and butter'beans all sold at Prisoners Testify For GovernmentIn eral Services Adminstration The only a few hundred kilowatt the cost of which totaled $439, able picked tc Miracle catch up when he was

very low prices, Harrell stated., design work is expected to be hours of current, the 'clerk said. were six suit cases, 103 pairs of him and rode off.

Pepper and cucumbers broughtan Trial Of Former Raiford Guards competed in the latter part of For instance, he said the bill socks. 49 shirts, 34 pairs of pants Petition ProtestsAssistant This the last would of the'two have been except, no for doubt,
this a
average of UO to $1.00 year. The GSA Regional Off for a home which used 304 kilo. 10 hats and 31 pairs of under witnesses, Policeman
Billy Over-
[fancy] and $-25 to $.50 [choice] j I Only seven witnesses had testified 'j torture in the maximum security ice in Atlanta will also announcethe watt hours per month would be shorts. The three boys also admitted street, who saw them at the tav-

per bushel, he said. To be pro- as the trial of 14 former building. He spent more than L invitation for bids to be submitted $11.63 in a rural area, compared breaking into the El AgentA ern. Overstreet reported the color

fitable pepper would have tot I II{!guards at the Raiford State four hours Monday, July 11, relating for the work itself. to $11.09. if the home were located Ranclio: Restaurant last Saturday of, their car to the police.

bring farmers around $2.00 per I I Prison went into its third week to a gamut of abuses he buildbg The project an extension will consist to of in the city.MAYOR'S. night, July 9. petition bearing 40 names About 45 minutes later Miracle
bushel Harell said. Cucumberswould Monday, July] 11. declared were inflicted upon him i Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Deese drove up to the red
need to $2.50 to I new workroom, new concrete state that the three will be was presented to the Bradford
bring $3.00per
The witnesses included two by prison guards. COURTOnly light by the Florida Theatre in
bushel, he stated. driveway, new offices, vault, charged with breaking and enterIng County Commission on Tuesday.
prisoners James H. Smith, and Bryant's first punishment cam their dark gray Chrysler, where
Most of the season, Harrell Frank F. Beck, and a former inmate after he complained about the mailing vestioule platform, and mailing two cases came before with intent .to commit petty July 5, in an effort to prevent the they were picked up by the police -

said, :armers received $.75 per Thomas Jack Shaw, who ifood! ottred in the maximum security box lookout gallery, lock Mayor William T. Jackson in larceny hi the restaurant case, county from acquiring an assist- Chief Sweat said. They were

bushel for fancy pepper and $25 testified they had suffered torture unit he said. His hands service and service lobbies. Mayer's Court Monday morning. and with .intent to commit grand : ant county agent. Circuit Court later turned over to county au
for choice. Prices Remodeling: will consist of the Wallis larceny for the robbery of the j Charles Darby said this week.
were slightly and abuse the government alleges were cuffed through his cell bars' ,removal: of existing mailing plat- Peterson forfeited i a I .... thorities.
higher during the first .few days was' inflicted by prison guards in and he was chained'in a standing a form, new fluorescent bond cf $27:50 for improper pass Bottom Dollar. The boys are now i TOe petition was circulated ay I
of the season he said. String violation of'the men's civil rights. position: He claimed he was lightingexterior ing. in thj county jail and no bonds Carl Wynn, a cattle farmer who
beans be used and interior painting, can be posted Reddish said. lives in the eastern section of the Property Sales
may as an example Two other prisoners Archibald punished again when he said he new electrical Harvey Lee Dayton failure
service revisions toi i i
of how prices went down as the James I Strickland and Paul W didn't like it when a guard brokea tc have vehicle While using the old hotel as a county and was given to Darbyto
heating system central under control and'I(I hideout, the three young Total $127,100
season progressed. Allegood have been heard as .witnesses rosary that was hanging in his aircon-I culprits present to the Commission.
During the first week they to corroborate the testi- celL ditioning system and causing accident, forfeited bosd I|I j knocked holes in the walls of the I '.W know from experience andobservation
_' pairs! and alterations.Community I
I I II !lof I $27.50.
'' i assistant Since June 20
came in string beans sold for mony of the allegedly tortured i173n sara ne was men rage n I' 1 upstairs rooms so they could seeped that an to

$3.00 to 43-2,5 per hamper,,Harrell inmates, although they themselves to another wing of the star- the present'agent is not requiredand

said. The second week they went declared they had not 'suffered shaped building and ordered to Bank is absolutely unneceSsary, Property sales in Bradford

for aria where from $2.00 to $3.00per any abuses at the hands of strip. Then he said. Guard J. C.f J and would incur another burdenon 'i County since June 20 total $127-
hamper and the rest of the the guards; 'Batten one of the the taxpayers of this county i
season they netted the farmer around The defense has aevoiea lU!!I poured two bowls of defendants'j' Wins Two Games the petition read. 100.All

$1.50 per hamper when a cross: examination of the witness- floor and Bryant was forced to I] The Commission previously agreed property sales are recordedin

market was available. principally to attacks upon sit in the salt. His hands and]I f > at a meeting on June 6, the Bradford County Clerk'soffice.

Prices on potatoes averaged a- their credibility, by showing that feet were shackled through the:!In Midget League to "d, everything possible" to Price are figured from

[Continued On Pare Six] I all of them had long criminal records .bars and all his weight was on place enough money ,in next documentary stamps affixed to

.and records of many in-his' 'spine Batten later;; came to I year's budget to acquire an assistant the deeds
fractions of prison rules. The de- the cell with a water hose: -, adjusted '!r Community State Bank won agent.
fence has'-continued its attackon the hose, and threw a two ames and Starke Builders. The pledge:! was given after a Only transactions of $1,000 or

CARNIVALAT 'the witnesses' credibility byattempting I powerful stream of water onto Supply and Johns Oil Co. won delegation headed by Foster Shi over are noted here.'.

to' show discrepancies the prisoner's groin- one each in midget baseball com Smith pointed out the need fro A. E. McKinney Jr. to Willard

in the testimony given during the Dearwood Hicks, -prison aide petition. an assistant agent to build thecounty's E- Williams, residence.. $20,000.
trial- and 'in statements''Plfl.de to who was in charge of the food I In winning their game the 4-H program. Smith told
FAMILYNIGHT FBI agents and to the grand jury that Bryant complained of, was Stark Builders topped the Flori' the Commission that County Singleton E.. McKay to J. W.

which returned the indictments also called to the. .stand. He da Pest Control 9-7 behind the ,"- .... '. Agent George Huggins is unableto Burke, two lots. 2800.
against the guards; identified Bryant as the prisoner pitching of Barry Smith, who allowed $ devote the necessary time to G, D. Wood to Keystone Utilities -
Friday July 15' The government so far this who was punished after com- only: two hits. Moore of the Florida; Pest Control' walta tensely for the 4-H program. Co.. parcel of land. $2.600.

.. week has continued with the: -presentation plaining about the prison food. Wayne Chitty led the Builders the pitch in a game with,the Starke Builders Supply last Friday, Smith says that an assistant! Barclay Development Co. to

7:00 P.M. of, additional prisoner- Another prisoner surprised the in hitting with two doubles and July 8. The Builders Supply won the game "1. would give the county a chance to Hartford R. Barnes, residence

witnesses! who either suffered court when he was called to'the one angle.1 Wilbur Waters with expand its extension to fanners, $8.503.
SPECIAL EVENTS stand as a. witness to : two as well as build up the 4-H pro- Robert E. Persons to Pearl R.
., cruel punishments Which the aryan singles and Richard Wainwright -- Emmett :Akridge and Fred Siemer Starke Builders 18-a.
claims torture by not only 'backing with 'a triple had the oth- j 'Tommy gram. For Instance, he stated, Todd. residence, $7,500.
FOR BOYS and GIRLS prosecution was principally all had singles for the Pest Con- j Lyons was the winning pitcher.
prolonged shackling 'to :cell Bryant's story but also relating er' hits for the Builders. Larry The Bank more soil testing Is done in the L. K. Whitehead to FrederickH.
I. collected 10 hits to
that he received sam troLCommunity county in one month now than Kramer residence in Bradford
bars nude, in a sitting position the treat-I Mercer with a double and Jimmy State Bank took the Builder's nine
ment. Joseph Oroales said h- Godwin used to be done in a year, making Heights Sub-division 14500.
arid being sprayed with water, with a single collected one game from' the Starke Builders Joe Brown had two doubles
This once was handcuffed lying down: the Pest it virtually impossible for the j. T. Pollard to Fred Taccia
Space Contributed or who witnessed such punish- Control's two hits. and one from Johns Oil Co. and a single for the' Bank while "
in his cell and forced to ; one agent to carry on an residence in Bradford
ments. stay that I Johns Oil Co. also beat the The Bank took Heights
the Oilers to ride Dwight Elder three singles
Weekly to Publicize ;
way far 36 hours. Florida Pest adequate testing program.But' Sub-division, $17,500.Fred .
The most gruesome account of I Control to make it to the tune of 10-1 although they Wayne. Blankenship two singles
Community Events by torture related so far in the trial The defense tried to portray two games down for 'the Pest collected only five hits. Carlton and Carlton Tillman. a double the 4-H program in itself, Taccia to J. T. Pollard
I Omaies as a biased witness. It Control last larger scope than most people residence in Bradford Height
came from Ruel E. Bryant, who is week Jimmy Meyer Tillman with two doubles and and single,, also hit safely.
was .brought out that he had i pitched the Oilers to safe think. Smith says. In Clay Sub-division $!,500.
THE COMMUNITY serving a seven year sentence for a 13-8 Dwight Elder with a double and Wayne Chitty had four hits
convictions of breaking and entering staged a demonstration In the win while allowing ,only four two singles had all the Bank's three County, for instance, an Assistant William L. Reynolds to JohnE.
singles double to
STATE BANK and grand larceny imposedin prison 'yard, breaking a truck singles. Jeff Warren led the Oil hits. Dwight Elder was the win- load the Builders and In a the hitting, County Agent Program began In Hammond residence $9,300.J. .
1 1956 with 198 4-H boys. This U.
Dade windshield and hitting a'guarS ers in hitting with a double anda ning pitcher year VIckers to Cecelia T
i County. Bryant spent only one depar..ment.Charles with
OF | with an ax handle. single while Denton DeVoe had Hovell the agent has charge of 400 4-H Terwi3egar, residence 18000.
STARKE seven weeks in the prison hos- hit. a triple to Oiler Ken Thorn three singles and Barry Smith boys the
< It is expected that the trial two singles 'I as. agent the opportunity Marvin J. Eiland to Louise

M pital after a period of alleged will lake four weeks to complete. Larry Mercer Pete Rancher I l The Dank also soundly whip. ing with five two hits singles for the got Builders.the remain 400 more to farm learn families the problems; of GoldTvick. parcel of land, $2,700.'Julian .

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'.. ......- .. ""'- _'_ I .11. 10....._ .... .... Mr. and Mrs. Chet Heather of Denton DeV'oe' entered Bradford. 1 Johnny Stevens left Sunday for Fists of: County, Commissioners of 'Bradford [ and jtur Bradford 4 County Florida
Common.stock with total County Florida, July 5. A D. I960.
upon receipt of proof of publicationof
Batavia HL are spending three County Hospital again months training: at" Fort'Jack-, par value of 1130,00000Me .. SEAL) th? notice, the fictitious name
necks: with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. for further I 'S. 'c. Charles A. Darby of ,Turnpike Motel under which we
I Lake. virus.! Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink and ara0da Clerk are engaged in business SVk miles
Brownlee at Kingsley i
i Assets pledged or assigned It south of Staeke on U S. Ml. :
I Wayne Edwards, of Alexandria S. G. Denmark i i family and Anne Matthews were to secure ,liabilitiesand John Kopelousos, 890 TempleAve.
Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grider were '1#n"'t tl > :Lexington'and Salisbury' : N. (X for other purposes 1.438,426. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO .. Starke. FlaBe .
BEfU TCR K1CTITIOIS MANE a Suslow. Box 1003. Starke
Edwaids of Starke visited Mr. to Wednesday: .alt.y. I'm week visiting' ,' ,. friends!.. and.,- re- ''If Notice is hereby given that the Kla. ,
'' I, B.Uy; O. EPPB, Awt. Cashier.'Ofthe '
nature Mart. V undersigned under the provisionsof Dated Ihis I 1Mb rla\ )f July.! 1160.
and Mrs. W. R. Morse at Fancy above-named bank, do solemnly; ,
Chapter 204aJ Laws of Florida II' \ D. at Starke Bradford County
3-- Gap. Va. recently. Wayne is an New Flower Seed tor. Jir. and Mrs 7. L. McDonald swear that the above statement Is I,,Acts of 1941, will register with Florida.

y-.I' _h_-'__ employee of National Air Lines. tagl-at' ''Si frunfe>i1'' 1 r' -two children. of Birmingham represents true) and that' the it:true'fully and-tJLt&eorrwtfv of ,the 'the: Clerk of the Circuit Court, in _._ 7 14 41. -8'4'
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand Mr. an3 ry.! IL will be 'weekend'guests of several matters herein contained and ,

MA and Mrs. Harold Godwin Mrs. Marcus Howard, Mis. N. Tommy, visited relatives Charleston. C. are I f 1r aunt 'Mrs. Byrium 'Perkins. .. set forth tot the best of my know

cf'Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Roberts and Mrs. Leroy MizeU in Lake son City 'on Sunday. week of Mr. and MML: I ,Mrs."'DolpV? Reddish and child ''ledge Coffest-Attest and belief.: FILLY G. EPPS

E. T.rode. in of Gainesville spent of Lake Butler were Friday visit- I Mrs. E. L- Cox and Misses Miss Sandra Stith and Mrs. D" W; Carpenter of C. E. HEn "4LL'

the weekend in the Scrub. I i OFF o{ Mr. and Mrs. Wesley An- Edith and Rosie Moore visited Church Va.' arrived i I .ta d Mrs. David field and S.R. L.F. PEEK: JR. ( 1 1t

f Mrs. Elizabeth Fowler and son, I I II' ewe their aunt Mrs. Lain Raulerson, to spend the children f' Jacksonville spent BARTLETTDirectors

Ed Speers of Eau Gallic were I Miss Jackie Arnold is visitingMr. :and Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Normanin grandmother, Mrs. tf.. i # sdai at Jacksonville Beach. State of Florida, j
Del and and i ii N. P. Riccardi and sons'
weekend guests of Mrs Colley 1 Mrs. Steve Simmons Jacksonville last Thursday. lee. I Mrs. County of Bradford. ss: i
and Mrs. Daisy Perryman. They' family in Miami for several Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jackson i Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. \Miaml are guests this week Sworn to and subscribed before

were all Saturday evening dinner I weeks. i tended the.'wedding f Mr. and Mrs. F."W. Strickland. me this 7th day of July, 1960. and t
and children enjoying two >
are I that I
hereby certify am not an
guests of Miss Lillian Stump at Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and .weeks vacation in the Smoky i ring of Miss' Betty' Mr.. ', arid," lrs.'' W.. G.)-aile\'. Jr." cffKeror director of this bank.

the Garden Restaurant. children! of Jacksonville were i Mountains of Tennessee.Mr. Hayden Has'kinsJof I cS daughters !and M1s3-' Candy Air commission exoires Feb.. -12.-. PENNSYLVANIA'
Extra Bobbins save time-Stock weekend: guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Don took pla a "at'the ut of Miami, -are spending: two. 1944.lSfAL.
and Mrs. Champion ) Helen E. Glasgow Notary
lip with Singer' Bobbins at Den S. Sapp. into their terian Churcn in" s with firs yiaije;"fir. 'at the Public ?,. v.v S _
have moved .
mark Furniture Co. tf hnd family Mr.. and Mrs; 'J. } str nk" nco'ttagev;";"fan "Kingsley Bonded by the Mass. Bonding and KEYSTONE
FT-l and Mrs. Lyle Anderson new home on Short Street in Sunda _r. '-'.. < ..- ... Insurance Co. _
and family of Charleston. S. C. Dark of thrir former home at 726Thomas e. : .
daughter 'Mrs. V. V. 'TIr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow of ...... I
the weekend with his mother CUSHION
spent street. TIRES)
Mr. Hazen. 1: ,'(fa. spent'last :Tuesday to
JijTi I .' Mrs. Alice Anderson. Their I II 'I Purchase any model of Since Ortho ( .'' i with" Mr. and Mrs. ll 13. Jfotiee Is ber NOTICE"?#y given that the ,SALE PRICED. .
jsor Mike Anderson will return Machine at Denmark V
I Sewing r1# 'v \ '
J.li-nd1.1: U. Ml: at theyin Ste Lake nome Pounty AFl'e or of Taxes for I AT
I ItMr weekend to spend the summer Furniture To. tf : "r Bradford County, Florida, will meet'' ONLY
( I Flushing, N. Y. are' :Mrs. Joe Wilson. Cite Poard of County OmralsFionerr -
I with
SUMMER COLD with his grandparents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pickard "
and Mrs. Hatcher, Jr. }fi'. and)[rs. Joe T. Rogers of of said County in the office \
[and Mrs. Harry Lappe and Mrs. and daughter Pamela, of Bristow. ol or; the Clerk of Circuit Courtat $9.95 ,
T -/ Anderson. Okla. arrived for a week's visit weeks. were Tuesday visitors S-;l1'ke. Florida" at 16.00 A. M,
PE j jAL'cfc Reggie and Grey aunt, Mrs.: Merritt Williams August! i), A. D. 1960, for the purpose -
[ Mrs. 0. W. White returned Sunday with Mrs. Edward! Burns. JlJArJ.QgJlfmJJ.i.iq.l!.an4 re- ,
i I sheading; sejre.r.al \' d. of ? "US TAX &liD yoti I
t fO from three weeks confinement Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Glasow of !! : vaiwl ;. ,tasU.; owr-a* to Wte .valve. X
i r grandparents, r.' }' real l,! \ ;'ICArf Alll TUI IW
lfJs. WJllis, son, )like, or wAtvtwty pE'lfIOnafir
rfprman Kx
symptomatic : in Bradford County Hospital. I Cccoa were weekend guests of rrsoual' ,fixrtl l by tintfcwU *
fetatigbler a* 'IJtt.1taUJ
McAteer in rnpa': '
:.T ? Vickie in t
6' 6 Cheryl Parker of Lakeland is Mr. and Mrs. J. C- Sapp. daughter; were Count 4 AEWssor '''ofTaxes 'onhf : -' ,,
I 1 Lou! Jjjummer I laJBd' ind Jitzgerald, $;*. lastveeV Assessment flo>>s ltJr Ate >9 tar '
Walker for three George Huggins is vacationing '
Pam of tbij
JJ1ii! visiting, j Kansas is" spending > Natives.. Mlie m. and :*4r In. 'feurpos* of |'@r'fgdei4tg. t+t'. advantage ;
.: weeks. : with his family at Jacksonville v iting : reed .re* > her. un
witji e.8p
) week's
Bt-ach; this week. .1 1 # m Fitzgerald. 'tor >a T assaaswentln TkCuHiUy' Assessor *.
M : *T -* t j
Mrs M. F. Hazen: \ of Taxes and the Board of Keystone,
Mr and Mrs. Dick Beise and I visitMr. oiuity (Commissioners. )' con- s
last Tuesday and Coshkm Tires. Real quality / ,
daughter have moved from the and Mrs. Buck Brinson and hiu. in H.8sl n from day to dayor
t Jltrrington house on Washington Jacksonville Beach.Last tr. ,and }Mrs Proctor Snow of for _one .week or as' long as ne- at a bargain prices. fradaGives
ce$ rvAH
rtreet to 1221 Bradford street in guests I Ga. will be overnight pt'rllODIning property sub- ,.,3
i D. Green, Mrs. C._P. jeet! assessment! In Bradford MADQttAktfi@3 F03t
of1' and Mrs.
Saratoga Heights, where they Mrs. Henrietta Sunday ?ountv" Florida are notified to ap-
I have purchased a home. I D. Vining while enroute to! pear lit such meeting or meetings,
Stevens of
I : such complaints or give
> make
aytona Beach. to
.iu MILK Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jockel Calif., Mrs. -Bill testimony as to the value of any
;and family have moved from I of Jacksonville, and Replace ,your old sewing ma property- real or personal as fixed
Trailer Park to 511 N. Church belt,with a new Singer Belt by the County Assessor of Taxes
Beck and two sons rolls they
( uponhis Assessment as
mm Denmark Furniture Co. tfAir. '
E;r et. N. C. may desire.
ville and Mrs. Charles Sanborn Given *y order of the Board oft your old ireJa
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stancil of Gold Fish,
Arlington Heights, Ill. and Lake
8Se St ,Augustine have rented the Supplfes-at I tlV'
gal. are spending the weekend
f 4'I I Whittle house ,at 1320 Blandmg Mrs. N. 0., Winn ;
Mrs. Sanborn's daughter, new lease on life !
H Hart spent the J
Mrs Harry Mooty and family.
4 )[r. and Mrs. Gene Baker and week, in Baxley, Ga.
i Bobbie Faye Smith returned today t
children of Jacksonville were Hart -
{ Mrs. spent fro <<
weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Friday with her { from three weeks visit .with
Eggs C S. Haddock. W. Siricitlan '1n \ ler cousin, 'Avlyann Surrency in
t 1
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Fogg and Geraldine Gay ; Savanah: Ga. PENNCRAFTRECAPPIHC

'. Ice Cream family attended the dedication of day from three, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Hixon were Le.--.1i
". (<<..:. -
; the Catholic Camp St. John at
her brother-in-law in 'Savannah, Ga. over the weekend a

Le Half ; toy, 10: Cottage Cheeses I Switzerland Fla. on Sunday. and Mrs. Eugene', visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank

Tuxedo Poultry and LisehtcekI Town, N. J, Siron.HEPORT.
"aril4ifyouplease' !! .l I .
t' Orange JuiceSuu Feed-at Sistrunk's. Mr. and Mrs W.
.fj'Nstrong SERVICE
II'T Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Bridgeswere grandson of .cohimbi
I 1
OP ('o nrrlox' OK THE
in Seffner the first of the Mr. and' Mrs. Brad -FU>UIDA .\>K AT'STABKB.' .i mmi

week visiting relatives. of Jacksonville; '\,:! OF STAItKELTHE STATE OF
guests o! Mrs': L. .' PLOHIllTTHF5 (1.0"1'' Ol-" '

)Annee VALLEY DAIRIES family and Mr, 'and- : BL5111ES OX Aa.eis JtAK! 30, IWOl fof-afftf Mileage Vk'raCMr

: I Gerle. cash', balances with other Y { .
banks including'reserre
Sinter sewtnr balances, and cash! itemsin
SEEGAItDENS *t--Hfrimark Parr,ltq : | prmebg of culle-cllon- 363,36086 rr,1.. personnel _
"L'nltnJ States Covernmcntobllgatlonx. r., j
r e Mrs. Naricy'' ; { .. direct and I = -

II Mass and Miami 'is guaranteed %..04i,733.44p'lIhgIfU"'I"Mhl..II mere _
4reertlddkw.isdaI .; and tt a warning Methods
: ;
sister, Mrs Peggy : I "*
.. political subdivisions 486.737.S1 Worth
us +ing
III jill po Dr. .and Mr. !. 'J. l.oellis l and discounts (including Awr"-
Are )ofYeerw8Mrbeating
: .57 yea MM
.- Birmingham., Ala. J631 overdrafts -
-. l't ) 1,619,433.18: ? ) r _
two weeks with "Mr. Bank premises owned $5.- f) I
Sale at Kingsley 414.54: furniture' and

'Mr. arid ',)Irs. Real fixture Estate$7.37292 owned other 12.787.4J' You're got to, stop that faucet or You can get a lot more mile 9rP ,
I '
St.' 'ClAir'sir t 1 than bank premises 36.6/111.011 unstop that '(Iralnl-bui bow.f'CanSou'do age from your present tires

Leonhard J house : Other Assets ""!"" 14 )I it'yothselfY" "i'ou'i better with a quality Pcnn-Craft

street. :TOTAL. ASSETS. 4616334.59 not take. "any.. 'iii 1ce5. Calf. us and. recap. Come in today and in- i
COME W, ) i' OHq RELA/,BARTER-HERE'S I Mrs. M. L. liabilities ne'Il I. slop an ,joor. i .plumbing.- problems ,aped our Pean-Craft shop. '';
FEUOWS UJ NoW.i WANT A BIG SANDWICH ter Sally Mrl: and Demand deposits. of individuals at -once. !A visit can save you money t
n"'r partnerships
AID HAVE A TO SEE WHICH BAXTER tTri din and daughter, and corporations 1517927.91 ....keep your old tires roiling i
PIECE OPCAKE 0 YOU NAS THE NAS:! k CityHshfi Lawson and son, : Time! dtppsits of indivi- in for t
along safety
BETTER t 6 u I spending Thursday ; duals, partnerships, and many
:...... MA E and corporations: 1417150.55 t extra miles. la /
MeatMartetFRYERS at Ridgecrest NCj; : Deposits! of United States a

Baptist Training Government (including
I I I Ir
QD postal savings) 57,37885
I H. H. Register of Deposits of States

the overnight guest and political I wicx sfPTic TANK sew/a ? t its
grandmother, Mrs: bUbdlTisions Uii.Oiiii.U NEW TIRES ,
Other. deposits (certified "
and Mr. and Mrs. and 'officers'. checks, I I a NEED elquil'h r4etetlDe

Bud Lawson te.) 18.43190 1 co\ rteecatn S.' e'1're l ,
TOTAL DEPOSITS 3.836,144.49BijU "\ irsotaY most
friends in the
payable: rediscountsand l'"eoos1 1011 ..
I other liabilities for 0111. \0 gie
'L weekend. _._ incites cnooc1'
. c % Paul and Mark borrowed money 150.00000 -a. .,atr-a- rtt..asr.. eB IpPENNSYLVANIA ilesge tot 10UfiD -

land View are". Other liabilities "2.gift 8?
r---r- for fhs person a
with their TOTAL LIABILITIES 4,058,655,361
Mrs. :M. B. Jordan. Severe Hearing Loss
.. .
Ac Paul Hutchins; Capital Capital Aeee, <. 150.000.00 .., -

and M. B. Jordan Surplus!! 250,009.00 I
State Undivided profits 18,179.94 k':1
4 AgrI I II I Reserves (and retirement : ,.ni: : { i
Conference at account fur preferred 1"; 1.. 1'
SMOKED BACON week. capital) 13'499.9TOTAL "Vf'it'i'". ....- I
'l!, I Mr. and Mrs., W CAPITAL ACCOUNTS t '. .. .) ',,,,
have had as 5ii7,679.23 .'

PICNIC LB. Curtis of Waynes TOTAL, LIABILITIES r iSt #iJ-:(:""',,,

FRESH Daytona Beach 'on ; AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 4.616,33459"This '\\ft. {f l

Mr. and Mrs R. \, .J ..it, '
hank capital con"tOCAL ='tl'ir.Fs\r
i sons of Dover, i.t"JI'. /
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SMOKED SAUSAGE the week i _

Mrs.: Joe Martinez. TBACT.ORftlTIRES .
stepdaughter; Jlrs. NEWSuper .
Tampa, : -- '

SPARE RIBS ;week at Madeira' e .
Mrs. A': 'J;. )Jc1
as guests. Donald 'ff. ; SixtyHpateg
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do ani Mrs. J. C

I lb. 34 palatka Mr. and FrS.over the tike = ; i MAICO t

ENDCUT' P 0 R K CHOPS, S- '" den Misses, Jf, J.pat'the'/first. 11 'Glasses s st

o11in; w f.th. --
.V'-- I Smith.spent the t with Magna. SotriclSix Big and tougli, tiej're

and Mrs. J. L. : I J II .twih to grip; and go!
BEEr SALE I Pond. 'Lak( City. Six powerful transistors
I The beSt investment '
I spent Mrs.: the Annie past 111 1'JJ i I. a New..Snop-Gosp. templet J 9t firmer cut make, =R 5.

I ter. Ur Janice 1 I : Hear. whispers accurately! protected.bj foil 2-year t

ROUND STEAK Ib. 69c RIB STEW lb. 39 I CaineevtlL.yrs.?: W..E. Ji d 1r' 1'3. I Hear noise i comfortabj// ,guarantee field against road

i Madge Middleton ,'po lz i Styles for men and women &ad hazards
& a "
> Mr. and Mrs. Earl pu eotRld ;tJL : I
t i
Ilal' .dcB
Melbourne ,
spent rs MR. C.
Tuesday Jauring; J < FINANCE CO.

EAS9R BANANAS"LB.. 10c East coasts of There. :are "institutions deigned t Hearing Ai4 Consultant from fuKftrmliaeiTlwre's !

: Mr. and Mrs. J.'M to, provide unds. in time, '.f'emergency. I MAICO HEARING.
T Monday; ,to ; Local Finance Cw. 'foesjust ,SERVICE a iwylvomo Two for
wick, Ca. with Mr. form need.
They'B save
that quickly, confl ,
; .! entiajljr. itS esslonal Il dg.
iases Marjorie time trouble I
ani[" Jlarv" Stuart -and- at .a-r'modest; cost.. Jacksonville 2, FIa.,. Till be in. I. you money "--.. -----........

: ilonticelk are }:fsi ,Startle. Alondajv July. '18. .at : ,-

Mrs. F. Ftumn' J t .KOCH DRUG jS.70xl5ONLY$9.95PJus

and Sgt.. daughters and ,dire of. A. STOKE II Tax and, J capable Tire

I we.fe weekend. yist! : I Come In for a free hearing test

Mrs E.: E. ,Tanner. and denoDstratien or phone ]ie.fO .
\ 4-4481 for an sppdRtmtnt in

Mrs Mrs.aM iira.Kate ,M- your .hone. >. obligation.' Dawithout TABKE RECAP JID.

PRICES GOOD; FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT, and t you !rant 3ttg1htsjn4ptua.gpo#
ra$3S! ]'(r.,W ;
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 ,P.MJ- Sheppard in Then understanding get MAICO. any fttatk' 135 N. Temple Avenue Starke Florida I ImanmmfmMmumuu

week, --,* nm ffmmmmmmmm.i.

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A Reddis lies Entertain Florida To: Alice Madge DoUgh-I i, closing of the above described:i given I I under and by vlrture of the.
man. Alias Mrs. J. U road, therefore, upon motion of requirements ot Florida Statutes:
Son,And FianceeAt Gtes Road, Cherry Point. ,arrel! seconded by Norman, and I,.I Animated 336.10.
-N You Are Herebr Notified that a naittmonl passed, tbeBoald. I ih.,, i day ..f July, A. D. 1960.
I 1/p Dinner suit tc equity, in which the relief roceilt, with the closing of the Board of County Commissioners
Party sought is divorce, has been filed I I Bradford CountyP
II s a ft against: you by \\illuui M. Doughman At Its meeting on July 5th, i960. -- II. A. FT hop Jr
t. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish plaintiff in the above named : and made a matter of record in the I Chairman of the Board
I ; o>urt and cause; and you are' sum .>' L 'ard of County (SEAL: )
nteriained at a lovely dinner moned ordered and required to file Comni.aMuners of Bradford County, i ATTESTIbarles
I If ?arty last Friday evening for I t/ur'written answer or defenses to 'lorida. A Darby
the complaint in said cause in the VO" THEREFORE, Notice of Clerk to Board
Gladys Mooty heir son, Vernon, and his fiancee, office of the undersigned Clerk of the adoption of said Resolution is ItMONEY

... .....- U'" I ... I I F { R't iiss Sylvia Paulk, following their paid Court at Starke, Florida, ono -'--
:>r before August 11, 1380 and to
s 3.cr .- 'e!c1jng rehearsal. serve a copy thereof on Holhs V,
Slade's Home Setting I I The. party waS -held* In the I I' i ',tlff s attorney*, whose
I address is P. O. Box '312 Starke.Munca. .
I Pecan Room of the Garden
For Newly Married i tI res- on or before said date, as
.aurant Bridal place cards mark'd required by the Laws iX Florida
I Covington Couple i the and the Florida Rules Dr.Civil Proceduir. -
seating ,arrangement of
I If you fail to do so a decree
a he white linen covered .banquet pro confess will be entered
The Slade home on E. Call ible against you for the relief demand '
Centering the table was an I led I 'J/HEN
in the complaint.
street was the setting for a beautiful '
xrrangement of pink gladioli and This notice shall be published
"open house" last Friday arnations. Plumosa fem extend- once a week for four consecutiu
a '
evening, given by Mr. and Mrs. weeks in'Bradford County Tele -
n% down the length of the table, graph, commencing with the ksut YOU
: T H. Slade and daughters Flora
was interspersed with small nose- of July 14. 1960.!
.ant: Susan Mr. and Mrs. Slade, Witness my hand and the seal of ,- x --i-,
13VS of pipk pompoms, fern, and said Court at Starke Florida, this : 4
,Jr. rnd Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Saw- j x flip. 12th Jay of July 1960.: : J-:
yer of Jacksonville Beach, honorsn3 } (SEAL,) NEED:
30 guests included the 1 1st I Charles A. Darby.
k xsL :
ry Mr. and Mrs. Irvan Covington -j ?: a vending party, members of the Clerk of said Circuit Court ,
who were recently married.I { 7114 U 8/_ chg '
ninuciate: families and out-of- '
Artistic arrangements of sum- 'own guests. ,.1 T i
la The County Jodec Court, IAnd .
mer flowers were used to advantage -
Far Bradford County Florida..
I in decorating the party Mike WhiteCelebrates la Probate
The refreshment In RK: state of Franklin C.
norns table inj
I 1
Hollingbuorth, dect'ascd.Oot'ce .
: the dining room was overlaid His : Of Filing Petition For LOANS TO
with a cutwork cloth and centered tP Final Discharge Of ExecutorTo
Sixth BirthdayMike All\ Whom It May Concern!]:
with the same blossoms. Silver I x. Notice is hereby sinn "+;lat 1

apoointments were used. Center- GF .ry, White celebrated his hate filed of the by Estate Final Returns of Franklin as Executor C- Any Worthwhile Purpose

Meyer-Edwards ;e sixth birthday Monday afternoon Hollingsworth deceased; that 1
con-tainer i I hate filed my Petition for '}t'malDIscnarse
I l when his mother, Mrs. O. W.
; and that F will apply to *
Engagement Told flanked by five-branched silver White, Jr. gave a. party for him. the Honorable Theron A. Yawn TAXES
ra-delabra with burning pinktarers. ; 1't The 11 little guests enjoyed Count Judge of Pradford County UNPAID BILLS
!' Fkiridj, on August 29, 1960 for
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyers of : games in the yard and carport and approval of the same and for Final MEDICAL EXPENSES .!
Miami: announce the engagementof Mrs. Slade. Sr. greeted the Vicki Barksdale won a prize. The Discharge as Executor: of.- the Es- REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS

their daughter, Judith Lee, to cuests at the door and presented s carport was gaily, decorated with tate ?:of Franklin C. Hollingsworthdecearrd CASH PURCHASES

Jerome Edwards, son of Mr. and them to the receiving line composed yellow and blue crepe paper Dated this 6th day of July, 1960. ETC.
:Mrs. Merrill Edwards of Starke. of the honored couple, and streamers and colored balloons /i>| James Executor F. Hollingsworth

Miss :Meyers is a junior at FSU their parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. hanging from the ceiling. The re, 7 114 -4t .g4|

and is majoring in elementary Covington and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. freshment table was covered witha .

education. She is first vice presi- I Harper, and the bride's grand- party cloth and centered with a Kot'ce is NO given TIC.that :pursuant toa Prompt Service With

dent and social chairman of mother, Mrs. J. C. Prevatt. tour-tiered birthday cake, topped Petition filed by Leroy W
Haines in behalf'of Container Corporation ,
TKe younger group enjoyed with a cowboy motif.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority. of America owner of the .
!dancing on the terrace, where following described property.All .
Mr. Edwards, a graduate of another refreshment. table was Constance Hill Weds _Mr. HorneIn Mrs. Coleman of the lands adjacent to a Money Problems .
Bradford High School, is a senior road approximately 33 feet wide
at FSU majoring music educa- placed- Candlelight Ceremony In Hampton leading off of State Road No. 18.
Daughter's13th northerly direction, and run- .
tion. He is a member of Phi Mu The hosts presented the guestsof ning through Sections 12 and 13. "
Alpha fraternity, Kappa Psi music honor with a silver cream and Constance Hill, daughter of Mr. I I and carried a single longstemmed J Birthday Township 7 South Range 20 East STOP IN OR CALL

honorary, Baptist Student Union, sugar eel on a silver tray, and and Mrs. Arthur Hill of Douglas, lose. Little Vicky Barksdale, as Bradford recorded County in the for Public an records Order of to

and symphonic and marching the bride was also given a pink Wyo., became the bride of James as flower girl, wore a pale pink Mrs. Jessie Coleman entertained vacate and abandon the above de-

bands. carnation corsage as a mementoof Wagner Home? ,. Jr., son of Mr.I I cotton full-skirted dress topped! at a birthday party, July 6 atHampton scrib.d After road.due and
regular notice,
No date has been set for the I the occasion. and Mrs. J., W. ,Horne of Hampton -i by a white organdy pinafore, and Lake for her daughter, public hearing was set before the a
wedding. Assisting in serving was Mrs. lit a candlelight ceremony at j I carried a white basket of flowers. Patsy, who was celebrating herthirteenth consider Board of County Commissioners to TOWN FINANCE CO.
whether or not said road(
Russell Norman. the Horne home on Saturday On the refreshment table, the birthday anniversary. should be abandoned, said public

... .. ., -, evening, July 2. three tiered white wedding cake Badminton and swimming,were hearing be held on June 6, I960
-, ,p .:.1,_ _...._ enjoyed during the day by the 15 and no one having appeared to
q 14.1V. CALL ST.
Th3 double before miniature bride .
Recent Births ring ceremony, was topped by a contest said Petition and the Board
,the fireplace banked with and groom-a memento from the guests. having considered the same, there-
Bradford County Hospital an- palms and a basket of daisies and I bride's grandparents' 45th wedding ,upon passed the: following resolution: was Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, FUu,

Florida nounces the following births: ferns, was performed by Rev. W: anniversary cake. The table was Prayer Breakfast 'Ao one appearing| to contest the

Mr and Mrs. O. J. Underhill, P, MeElroy, pastor of Hampton covered with an applique organdy. -
Starke, a son, O. Jay, July 6. Baptist Church, in the presenceof and linen cloth from Panama. guild 2 of Wesleyan Service j

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Starling, the immediate family. I Cu'ting the cake was Mrs. Robert will have a Prayer Breakfast Sun-1 SILVER HARVEST DAY SPECIALS$ I
day morning, July 17, at 8:30: I
TheatreSATUHDA Lawtey, a son Robert Michael, Mrs. R. C. Williams of New I Barksdale, of Starke, sisterof o'clock 'in Hall.
Port sister of Fellowship
July 7.Mr Richcy. the bride- the bridegroom. Mrs. Richard .

and Mrs. Henry Thornton, grocm, was matron of honor, and May of Homestead also a sisterof '
Vicky Barksdale,' a niece, was the bridegroom, presided at Methodist Church '
July 9. flower girl. 'J, W. Horne, Sr., the punch bowl.
father of the servedas Sunday: church school 945;
For her going away dress, the
July 16 Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Starling,
Gainesville, a son, Nicky Ralph best man for his son., t I bride wore a black and white am Our .service,,morning is w.broadcast'ShiP-ll a.over m.: BIG I 9 PC. SOFA BED GROUP
1st FeatureRANDOLPH'SCOTT Webster, July 11. For her wedding, the bride silk dress with white accessories ,
Station WRGR, Starke each
wore a full-length white Chantilly
Th bride is 1959 graduateof
Mr and Mrs. James Ricks, Jr.,
Sunday morning. A is
lace gown. The.fitted .bC?<1j ice eras Converse County High School nursery *
Starke, ',a sons July 12. fashioned with ,a tulle yoke, and' provided for'infants at,the morn- *
: in Douglas: Wyo., and attended
the long sleeves came to a pointat I'business school in South Dakota.Mr. ing and evening worship services. :

JUrJlANAN the wrists.-6he carried a white Horne is a graduate of Bradford .' Sriaot: supper for youth- 6:30: p. Including Full Size Sofa Bed
D K Bible, topped with a white car- I County High School in m:, youth meetings- 7:30 p. m.,

k\\ \ I TMEATa.STARKE .FL-: nation and uly-of-the-valley bou- ,;I i Starke and attended the University m.eveiur.3 worship'"service8:00 p. c fit Matching Platform Rocker-

f quet. For "something qld", she i of Florida before serving four
( I Tuesday: regular monthly business = 2 Tables Blonde
i'L' wore an antique amethyst pendant i yea.'!5 j in the Air Force. "' or
necklace, belonging to her and program meeting of the
SUN., MONn TUE. family. I I Following their wedding trip, Woman's Society of :Christian'ServlcelO Mahogany, 1 Coffee,Table -

a m'.COLORGm. July 17-18-19 the couple; will be at home in a. HL. ..
-' DOUBLE Mrs. Williams wore a pink taf & s-; Blonde or Mahogany, 2 Table
streetlengthdress Hampton in an apartment at the Wednesday: prayer meetingand
feta pnncess-style: I
2nd Feature PetticoatJoan with matching headband, home of Mrs. Jessie Chastain. Hall-8p.Bible studY' in Fellowship ; t f, a t } } '. Lamps-Choose from Many,
-T i
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O'Brien 1
BricenoUnderhillTroth Mrs. Brownlee Thuisday: prayer group meetsin 2 Molded Foam Rubber Throw

HOLLYWOODBARN Gods Little Acre Fellowship ,Hall 9 a. m.,
Entertains Son Pillows Your Choice of
Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray Announced chancel choir rehearsal 1: 30 p.Mrs. fat W ,Gi. -

Plus Color Cartoon :At Birthday Party m: wawe :. i Colors .
DANCEStarring Mr. and Mrs. Edward Briceno r

WED., THURS., July 20-21 announce the engagement of Mrs. J, W. Brownlee entertained .:- Irene Roberts of Paiatka
DOUBLE FEATURE Dolores Elizabeth, at a delightful birthday partyin
their daughter,
spent the past ten days with her Similar to Picture
Curse of the Undead to Raman Underhill Jr., son of the circus theme-recently for daughter, Mrs. Herbert Thomas,
ERNEST TUB S Rodman Underhill her son, Jimmy Bronmlee, Jr..

LORI TALBOTT Starring ERIC FLEMING of Mr.Starke.and Mrs. who, was celebrating his' third an and family. Regular$11170-Now$ Only $$139.95

PLUS niversary. IB TfcClrralt Court Of Bradford
Cartoon! : Miss Briceno: is now residing
Florida la Chanter
Hair Today Gone Tomorrow Bend or the River with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Games were played In the yard William M. Doughman Plaintiff, I
after which the guests were seat vs. Alice Madge Doughtnan Alias
James: Stewart:, Arthur KennedyPlus Louse Ferri in Waldo.
ed in the dining room under a Mrs. J. L. Vogt:, Defendant.

SUN., MON., TUES. Color Cartoon Wedding plans will be announced "big tcp" for refreshments. A cir The NOTICE Name Of OF The SUITIn State Of

FRU SAT., July 22-23 at a later date. cus table cloth was used and a FULL FOAM 9 PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP

JULY 17, 18 & 19 DOUBLE FEATURE small circus tent and three-tiered I-Y4rn I 'TI
Nurses To Meet birthJay cake was the center- can

The Human JungleGary I piece. :The seating arrangementwas Full Foam Sofa With Matching T 1 '
J Merrill Jan Sterling I All nurses of Bradford County marked by lollipops and drive your way

MnROGOlCVmiMAYtltSMUCl ( Wake Me When {1 are invited to attend their regular names stuck in bubble gum. to LOWER > Lounge Chair, 2 Step d
COtD* lt NrS.na.:sI' Thursday evening, Jul?
Th. 14 youngsters were given auto Tables Blonde or Mahogany k : ? a
It's OverErnie 21, at 7:30 o'clock in the 'staff 1,
) favors of party hats, balloons,
Kovaes, lIaroIoore! dining: room of the Bradford Coun- marbles and Mother Goose hand .P insurance 1 Coffee Table Blonde '

Plus Color Cartoon I ty Hospital. kerchiefs. rates
Mahogany 2 Table Lamps
or ,
h.- AteiSting; Mr?. Brownlee were 1

THE MOST EXCITING w ) .Mrs. Charles Buchwald of St.I Variety to Choose From,
Charles, III, Miss Barbara Davis
ADVENTURES A 3t For the Miss- Jackie Arnold TUrs- Joe t 2 Molded Foam Rubber .:
Arnold Airs. J. B. Wainwright, ., V
:Mrs. M. G. McMillan .and Mrs. Throw Pillows!

Cleanest Fastest -- Saftest Mack Futch.Alderman, 1l. Similar (o Picture


Sponsored 1LI BySTARKE Cooking You Can Do e Plans Ninth Family : $$214.60 Value Only $$160.95YS

Annual Reunion, .

LIONS CLUB .00 $LADE GA.S'Buy The ninth annual reunion 'of \I I believe I tin show you how. ,. ''

. "Buy A Ticket From .he Alderman family- will be held ,I you can live on your Auto
Sunday: July 17, at Goldhea l I Insurance cost with I wonderful -
Any Member To Help Branch State Park near Keystone; t 1 new PUN OF AUTO 2 ONLY'

Someone To See" Range from Slade with Heignts. 'i' INSURANCE uIdNAP.! I..j. I.

[Cartoon: Friday the 13th your Mrs. L. A. Canova of Starke t '

"" f- W w 1. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT president nounced that ot the William group,'A has,;. Parker an- Charley E. Johns Pad And Cover Sets
Ironing - fjc
S WED.. THURS., FRI. tl Raleigh N. C:. longtime' fcil- .

July 20, 21 &, 22 2. NO CARRYING CHARGES tonal of the Alderman family, .. Agency i
Cartoon: .Crazy Town pAYMENTSYou will be the main speaker. <-
3. SMALL MONTHLY An estimated 125 persons are '

expected to attend the family Phone WO 4-0121

a- .' will be happy with the personal, efficient gathering, with members coming 131 S. Walnue St. .A'Jt'S A Fact You Can Do Better At"DENMARK
from throughout Florida. Georgia .
MRRYIF.ZWUCICS. service will receive from Slade Gas. COMEIN Vv
you and as far away as the carolinas Starke Fla.
( AND SEE US TODAY!! and Maryland! A covered r FURNITURE COMPANY

4 (JlsL luncheon will be -served at c-.......,.._......w.. .

r.x>n, followed ,by a brief bust
1 LADE S GAS Next Door to Winn-Dixie ness session, and special events. .',ace ror 'OF .: STARKE

Phone WO 4-3551 Committee members responsible ,. .
I. for making arrangements for

the reunion are T. J. Alderman 434 446 West CaD St Phone WO 4-4321 Starke' JFlorkfe

: ( kha. We-Give Merchants Green Stamps of Hampton, L.: A. Canova of., -

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III J Army Recruiter througii twelve.Accompanying. I legal procedure of accepting the are :nvited to submit bids. The

editorial each textbookare recommendations of State Courseof State Textbook Committee makesits

I I Farmer's Diary To Be Assigned \.ork books, teacher's man- Study Committee regarding recommendations to the State

I I uals, tests, pictures charts visual I what the subject areas need in Cabinet following a general

'. By Sam McGarrey I aids recordings, and related ma- the -ray of new materials, Gibson evaluation of the textbooks submitted

fox Study Group "J\ I A gcod method of keepng a !! To Bradford Co. terials. I said. All,-textbook publishers are by the teachers and lay-

rattler I According to County Superintendent then notified of these needs and public..
pinned down until you I
f I I i I
Should can fetch a gun or other weaponto ![ A new Army recruiter, Sgt. 1-c of Schools Harmon P.I!
Be Helpful 1 1 J. BUCK V nay c... )Morgan Bradford County schools
kill him. is to leave a hat or W. ( ; edei cnamcvl ( : '
i spend approximately $8,000 annually tIYAREz'II STORE bfen s Clothing IIIII
rtit some other article of clothing at for :Bradford County from I
Lots of things discussed at the
are monthly luncheon i on textbooks. Mrs. Verna Established 1894I
the spot,.according to one farmer tie. Jacksonville Recruiting ;I i I
meetings of the Chamber of'Commerce board of directors
who tried it recently. He said it;ion, leplacing, Master Sergeant :; Demurest, county supervisor, has I II
thfct sounding board of community opinion. Last Monday alfaysforks, butfe have our l arl Hall who has .served here i been appointed Textbook Coor-i.i!

the topic turned to taxes, and it was the opinion of some I g ;from the Gainesville office for ,jQinator i for the county ,

that a major overhaul of the county's tax; structure must I I doubts.'S. :, die past thiee years. I
Ms season of the year you I Textbook adoptions follow theJULIAN i i iI EXTRA SPECIAL
be made or progress of; the county would be stalemated in I can generally find farm women j Perhaps our experience the ; SgT. Weaver, 8: career soldier I __ ___ __ ,I II :;
the years immediately ahead. I time with 12 years service, is sche- I, ;
oh tne porch shelling peas. And we left a. jacket at the hog _
The much-discussed subject of raising assessments and I not only women for you will find (I I pen to keep a wildcat away, has duled to visit Starke each, .second .,e-...,...".0 ... > .
lowering millage was kicked around, and upshot of the all hands busy shelling the Crow-i i I something' to do with it. It worked and fourth Tuesday, from 10 a. ..:.''t,:
discussion was a motion for. the Chamber president to ap-: ders or Black-eyes. It's a job all right but the trouble was m. to 2 p. m.,. and may be contacted I ,1 LIMITED SUPPLY :

pQint(?' .a citizens committee to study the tax situation inBradford i I I w'hicn' passes quickly as gossip the bog got the jacket and all Board. at.. the Local.: ; Selective ,, "-. -.,- : t it i
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and submit a report and recommendations. ranges from the old times to the we haJ left the following morning I I ,_ .
A native of Jacksonville the .t REAL LOW PRICE i
The statement made that Bradford's democratic Convention. was a zipper. '
was "high tax levy"of .
I!I S. I ;new recruiter has served in ij i
41.25 mills was "scaring off industry," and an official of 1 Europe and the Far East returning : j it
having | See where !
Tobacco farmers the that
are experts say
the Chamber stated that two had been lost
prospects in.. last summer from a tour in
i i some trouble curing out their crop j peace I and quiet around the milk-
recent months for: that reason. Korea as bureau chief for the
; thiS season due to the rains ins barn will keep the old cow
; "It doesn't do any good to explain to them that our high [ which put extra late growth on contented and give lots of milk. Pacific. Stars and Stripes. As the i.,
mlllage\ is offset low assessments it said. "When recruiter in this area he will offer -
by was ;i the plants. One grower. Leaton That sounds, mighty good but i
they hear that millage figure, it just scares them off" !I, Morgan: Jr.. said his tobacco retained what's: a marl going to do when (, information about the Regular 1 ij j
In the of members of the board higher after Army's "choice not chance" assignments -
opinion some a greenish color even the ccw.whips her. tail around

assessments, with a statutory ceiling on millage, would be I cUred. He has a good yield, and 1 and! catches him across the face! and the "graduate

the answer to this problem. It is true that a low levy on believes it will go about a ton to i!'I ..i. ? I'specialist" program for high .r
1 *? school graduates.
:f high assessmen should be no more costly to the taxpayer the acre. I' We are going-to have to be He. ,
.se will also bring to the county
than a high levy on a low assessment. The fear has always I more careful in the use -of insecticides information E. McRAE 00 !
i And when you get a big yield and other ,farm-used I complete about thWomen's j ji. tllI
been, however, that if assessments were boosted to1\ full : Army Corps National 1
value, the-County Commission might find it easy to "forget"to j( like than that: ,50 with cents an a average pound of better it- I chemicaL: Many lives are lost I Guard Army Reserve and all i. Let me help I
each because farmers failed I
lower the millage correspondingly, thus leaving the taxpayer I specie!. programs within the ,
I| brings in a lot of that folding to read the labels on Insecticide i you payhospital i
trapped with high assessments as well as high millage. Army: Medical Service. II
:, none, which helps to keep the t packages. and, follow directions. and
This it could be legislative act, On cbvSother', than the scheduled ,
was suggested, prevented by noif away from the door. Espe-I I ReM:mber'.iJt the stuff will kill I
placing a ceiling on millage for a stated period. "jiK'ly, after this season when I bugs it sure enough won't help I; 'visits, information, booklets i surgical billsAs

Whether the citizens committee will find a satisfactory j 4 other/ row crops brought such low you and it may kill. and mail. appointment cards may I I 0
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answer to this problem remains to be seen-but whether it *!ices. eat be'ohta.Jbed from Mrs. Rhoda I agent for Life of I
; S. I Dainpier, clerk of the local Selective Georgia I am able to offer
does or not, we believe its study and report will be a. worthwhile Among the flowers Alice has iI | Service Board. excellent protection I .
1 Berry showing interest you U.
growers are
effort. At least it will'clear the atmosphere and give blooming now are Gloriosa daijsies. against unforeseen accidents
that much-abused citizen, the taxpayer, a chance to be j[ in a machine designed to i I and if you want the biggest Negro and sickness. Life of
heard. aid La rolling out the plasticI ;wildest-looking daisies you've ever!,, Boys Caught Georgia's Hospital and The RCA Victor Fashionette. A'

The committee will not be a Chamber of Commerce I tieds.sheeting used to mulch berry in I seen, you must try some. She'rI For Bicycle Thefts Surgical to help Plan pay provides for daily I delightfully new table TV that "totes"
There is contraption money
committee, although Us members will be asked to serve by i use now by farmers in South I el'o has hollyhocks azaleas, as-I! ; hospital room and board anywhere easily. Fits any room
ters petuneas, verbena, zinneas charges surgical fees decor. All tuning controls as well as
die president of the chamber. Selection of the group Four .
Florida and our local berry growers Negro boys, whose ages
gerberia, carnations, marigolds, hospital extras, and polio speaker, are in the front. Telescopingantenna.
be made from lists of'names submitted by each member of 1 want to get one here which range from 5 to 16, were arrested expenses. Other special

the board of difectors, and art attempt will tits made to co
have! a cross section of the community represented, with !,1 basis. njw.tucalaca and others.... in bloom: bicycle'theft.Fivj! today for details. Automatic sis. RCA Channel Security Sealed Circuits.Fashion
;. : Equalizer.
strong representation from those' versed in matters ot I The local Soil Conservation .s' ;-;: ,'' -" 1 1p ..their. i stolen possession bicycles at were the found home finished back. 156 sq. in. picture. In
and '
finance Old to I white decorator' finish. Model 170T.F124.r .
way capture a''gator
District at ThVboys
its and recomnieridations, we believe Is checking into the details -I ona'Nof: in Reno sec- MINSIOTECOMPANY' -' -- --
Whatever findings
and !, to see if such a machine according to an informant, 'was I I'I tion or town Police Chief Riley I
that the committee will serve a worthwhile purpose, could be purchased by the district to gel the creature to bite on a w Sweat stated. I

the sooner it gets into action:the better for all concerned. and tented out as the organization 'I gourd and then not being able to I! The Chief said the boys had I GEORGIA,

With the backing erf =a representative group of citizens, our I now rents the rotary mower close his mouth the 'gator been stealing bicycles stripping !I $$149.88I TRADESHEPHERD'S

officials should have no hesitancy in going ahead and putting grain drill, etc., at a moderate drowned.. ,. away parts and reconstructingnew I
into effect measures that they might feel some reluct- 'I fee. bicycles. I j JULIAN E. MCRAE

ance in starting "on their own." -1 I s Another way was to' stun "em I Th boys, who have been turn-'

We look forward to the Chamber's announcement of the 1, One drawback, Is that the, with a shot, get 'em in the boat ed over to juvenile AgentHome
l personnel l of this tax-study committee?. and the calling of its j: equipment would have to be on' and cut off their heads. And at did not sell any of authorities'j] Phone WO 4-2541 RADIO & TV

first meeting.One t[a three-point .hitch such as is that toint, when Mr.-Gator got in but used them for 1317 Blanding St.
I 1 used en the Ford tractor, and the ooat. stunned or not stunned, Chief Sweat stated.Parents Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla.

II '!that presents a problem. is when we'd have gotten. .t.!. ,j Starke, Fla.
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Show/ Over; InvitedTo '
School Bonds Airs. Moody I .-

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i in Los Now Angeles that the to Democrats a close with have the brought nomination their of big Senator show ;: RJE AuitoriumBonds Mrs Emily Yarborough Moody h i Textbooks I at USO !I II : :N .v r- :,_ 'fre'__ ,., slicIt. : .L ,(7J.g.' --- .lr.e_-_ ... _cVJ. f_0'; ;V_ AllJ=_S ...,;

John Kennedy for president, TV addicts can look forward to : amounting to $125.000, 78, Widow of the late Marion H. '!i; Parents and interested persons I : t $.U h: Yil g:itl $'p c lfd :nf n yl.

another (but considerably duller) session when the Republican I have been validated for the proposed Mood, died Monday, July 11, may inspect textbooks, being submitted q- ---. -_.-..- -- ', ,,- .. --. .': _.-: .:. -- --. > -.. : --. .-. -, --'
National l Convention gets under way in Chicago next'wee construction of a new audi- !; alter an extended illness. for state adoption in ; t .t,

;! toiinn and two new classrooms | Mrs. Moody was born December I' March, 1961, which are on display r j

At present, indications are that the Republican get-to- i i at RJE High School in Reno. 12, ISil at' New River, Fla. Her i i, in the USO Building,. County S. .1,

pelhet 'will be1 the dullest in the history of American politics i County School Superintendent I!parents'were the late Arzo and'Flora Texttfook Manager 1,. H. Gibson arsQioaire iw t BIG B- TEN 11R I.,

consisting largely of formalizing the virtually uncoil Harmon P. Morgan says when': Renfrce Yarborough. j jS.irviving 'J:i. said Tuesday, July 12. [ '
are three sons: ;
tested nomination of Richard Nixon and the dreary choice : that construction is complete the Cneswr Subject areas in the new adoption :
: priority list of school buildings to. t E. ,of Keystone Heights I i include Business Educa-I .. }..,

of Ms"running mate. that be constructed in Bradford Coun-i, aria Joe and Albert both of Lake I I i tion, Industrial Arts, Science, }-. -.' ..WY .. ......- .' ,Y. .: :
some-, ripples on the surface however, I .Butler 1'I :; -- :
There are ty wilt be. completed. .' I!: ; three brothers: g. P. and Foreign! Languages Social Studies ..
niiight provide a little break in the monotony. Ripple No. 1 1 "Par; the 'first time since I have I j j JohnrCe: Yarborough. both of Rai- ,,, [Hisory, Civics, Geography, and ;" + BOTH FOR ONLY -\ ./: :. til.;:

i i4 the news thAt Ned' York's Nixon-baiting Governor, Nelson 1J I been in office we have adequate I ford and Jimmie Yarborough of 1 I I Government, Health Music and r.': *: ': ::1 t
'Rockefeller, who long ago publicly renounced his early intention ; classrooms and other facilities Lake Butler; four sisters: Mrs. tp.xt-I 10.87 'C .fT.- .. "_ \ 1039 COFT. V1

of becoming our next "Presidentbut did not..fire i for our school children. ," Morgan I May Raulerson of Jacksonville Literature, Gibson said. The I Ii ::': ..DELUXE. MODEL. :.':'.!:::' $ ? 99.95 ",.,.-.. 'DELUXE. MC D4 ':::

his impressive campaign staff, will be going to Chicago next j stated. I Mrs. Myrtle Sapp of Raiford and 'i books, range from grades one r ." REfRJGERATOltj: :: I J JDAH60 U '.:::,:.:FOOD( )FREEZER; ] %11' :
i Morgan said the other Mrs. Minnie Granger and Mrs.Ida :. : ': ; .
only I 1 ) : t0\?
week. Moody both of Lake Butler J Uf-J\I1il.o.TtJ .... ..... .
School : :, ,
HOP that is needed '' <- '..
the that Thomas Dewev, Ii With Trade *' <"
No. 2 is word poli-i !
Ripple ?
eight ., ,::;; ;
said be an i at present time is the renovation!I grandchildren and one 1 l..... '. .'. .
tical "ma t f- ifidt who is to pro-Nixon, : :;:ni(:
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i of the high school and that isgains [j:l.eat-;randchi1d.l \ II x
otd friend of Rockefeller, is now expected to turn up in 1 'l Mrs. Moody : e "'1p"i.ys :
I! on this summer, he added. I i was a member of l
Chicago in spite .ot.earlier predictions he1 would avoid the
There was an increase in stu- ,I the Long Bridge Christian I ,
convention jn order to<<; escape embarrassment. ,,I dents in white schools in the Church. Funeral services were at I! OUR GAS ,

Ripple No. 3 i is the considerable gras U swing to [County. Morgan said. In fact he I jMcKinney Cemetery Tuesday, UNIQUE, .
Senator Barry Goldwater, whose write-in votes in the Cali- !state 1. the ewhite students July 'i:. with the Rev. L. S. Williams I MAS SPEED AMD POWER,, i ':} v Ykk

fornia primary: (even though illegal) are now revealed to i t'..I decreased by seven this i*I officiating. Burial followed IT LIGHTENS EVERY : 1 Xp i

have caused NfxV>n to run behind his party in his native I past school year. The number of t t I under Vie direction of DeWitt C. HOUSEHOLD NDUR.I .

state. I Negro! students went up 29. Mor- I J j I Jones: Funeral Home

These three factors could add ifp to a little excitement gan said. giVing the county a net I I Pallbearers were: Seeber Mo-
!'Increase of ody, Russell Y iOOi
22 ugh.
children. j
next week and enliven what would otherwise be a pretty I I \ N
: The money to build the auditorium ''Bobb Crews, Billy Sapp Herman
dismal, show. i I and classrooms is taken ,'I Sapp and Raymond Brown
Although Senator Kennedy's nomination was a disappointment from
money which the state
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to many Southerners, whd would have been the I John Kopelousos i
'I for schools each year|.! V
far happier with Lyndon Johnson to head the ticket, all'(,Morgan stated. He pointed out New President Of %k .F ys Fig i iJi ia

Democrats should now forget their "druthers" and unite I'(: list fhe"re ate two wavs to constrict i i 1

forces behind the nominee. Certainly nothing could be galhed 1 new school buildings. The.'money Tourist Association < K Ji Yt y

bV even the most disappointed Democrat, in bolting to I' ; mav be saved up over al!I i .I .
Jon louses. y
I Kop new president
!| period of years, he said,
the Ntton banner.HIGHLAND. bonds .
j of the North Florida TouristAssoc'ation.
may to floated against the money -1.J I Ii'
... Jut i7, at :S I p. m. .; the county would receive fromi .,, took office at the brganizstion's :, Use :.._
". ..n9Yft..n.9..t i Bill PehdafvIS I IS a patient in i the state in future years and the regular monthly PYROFAX GAS

Veteran's Hospital. Augusta, Ga. i,buildings can be erected and inI meetIng Tuesday mornirig in the |

) I Rev. Chism was unanimously I use while they are being paid for. ;Garden Restaurant. ': And Get More t ;+fo-d : .. iyavr '.
chosen to remain as pastor of the i I Other new officers starting For Your Money '
[By Debbie Phillips] Highland Baptist Church tthen'':FHP! Safetv Officer their terms at this time were: ) .y y
.r the Lard i Roy Moye, vice president; 0. ,
&.&..A..A........... .. ..... .. ..... been pastor met here July for the 6. past He four has i!1,!i Speaks at Rotary Club Bumgarner, treasurer: and John : CLEANDEPENDABLEECONOMICAL '

Those attending they Black years I I Bradford County's unenviable Shui z. who was re-elected secretary I "" :/'FO y
Creek associational meeting of I' Airs Norma Jean Eunice visited'relatives ''I record of 16 highway deaths in j 3

churches at Mt. Zion Baptist I last week in Gainesville. I I[the first six months of 1960 was Plans were discussed; for the j I 21.26 cu.ft.t OF REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
erection of sfgns Guarantee 100 Lbs
Church Friday, July 8. were: Rev. Tully Norman has returned asi!i I touched on by D. R. Jansen Safety advertising the
George chism, Mrs. Sara Npr-, choir leader, and training ,.union 1 1director Officer Troop G, Florida High- U. handle S. sot route this proJ&t and: a committee i ito t 1 Gas in Every CylinderWe CONVENIENCE IN JUST 55" OF WALL SPACE!

min, Mrs. Zettie Padgett, Mrs. after an absence of a : way, Patrol, in a talk to the win tepbrt Deliver
Polly Prevatt, Miss Virgie Grills 1 few services. Much improvement ''j, St&rke Club it the next meeting.
j Rotary on Wednes-
I' It Zero zone Freezer air tight an around (no latches),
has I was also decided to Invite WE SELL -
been made !
Mrs. Geneva Baxley Leon Wil- in the song ser- ,| day. Jansen said this compared
trite ihd State Road member Earl Powers ; temperature for peak food Meat Tender for fresh Tae FiitiDAiRE TWINS s''
Wlliln- ; l
kiflsori, and Mrs, St la.. training union by his.leadeishlp. unfavorably with 1959 when only Electric Refrigerators Gas
to the next meeting to discuss' and flavor protection plet "coij! CMtert Tltesse twit
I ttne highway fatality took place I meat; Hydrator for vegetables
Refrigerators Gas Hot
son.lln.. Maybell': Norman has been t|i in the county. road matters ,. New Magnetic Seals close doors in Refrigerator ., amts stdt6 stdefeces
1 Water
NOTICE Heaters Gas Stovesall of
confined to the Union County I The speaker said that the expected fa ottshed +t
Hospital in Lake Butler. We will not be responsible! for : j riufriBer of deaths'on. Florida Gasoline Stolen ( prices and sizes) Electric __ i

dotted Baptismal by ,thechurch Services will SuncLiyYr.be ,con-i"! Motel any I'debts ifte ,:Jun contracted. 1, 1960.by Van's weekend highways Tailed during to materialize the July and 4 On Night Of 4th Spate Deep Beaten Freezers- Wall -Heaters Gas 1? Plus new "Sculptured Sheer LgoJll,

Sirs Van Anderson. .. ,
attributed the Floor Furnaces
,, good record to the -
.fact that most drivers were extra About 17 gallons of .gasoline m
.careful during that period be- were stolen. Monday night. :, July, WE GIVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSTARK
TWg: BRADFORD rause they were alert to danger.1 4. from a ,supply t. nk't the : .
COUNTY TEIkcCRApNcs1 "Why cant we drive like that Bradfard-Uniorf' ." Fire ControlHeadquarters .2
all the time?" he asked : 6a .
; "k S. R. 100 west .s
The speaker was introduced by of Stuke.

FLORIDA', OI.DF-tiT WF.F.KL"f !fr."*. T. R. Connell, who had ('harge.Of Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish r S E- IA.D1O' & TV.

jPiPKN PrBLIHUKO. COVTINOC8M the program. said it appeared as if the gasoline ,

..'U.... Eark Tk... ..CM< btn">.:. THE*.Says!..<..MAHTUKAO.. CI... :Mtltti After the meeting the members iras taken by someone who ran t

If.ft* Put-cr/tfi Uttl1U. ro. fi ale.i_la- .-ir .fill. 1 ilfi were Florida invited. Highway to visit Patrol the Station new out. :Trmg"-ncaf L us in. the=the area.tiitY *Some'toots were|! 311 E. ,_CALL ST. STARKE FLA

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Does Dance I City Election "I St. Mark* tptacopalMacBUta: > Sciooi:8:45' ..m: Morn-- I, a"P n"-rcIJI,8., ;, ('>a( ; 1 ifI' .
} two More B & E's I Car ; .. BAPTLgTr'CHUP.CH13pttddy 909. Block )V.Madison..SL. Ra"YPJOIIIId *" .. ,
9:45 a, nurtviaiuj' ; .ng .ttShfp1 .m. Lever_ tt&I' Sunday t ChOO ID ; :yam... ,
In DitchHoyt Date ApproachingSeptember School Sunday School 9:45 Joe Wood, ',I i 9:45 a.m.
Ends Up Sunday Services : Service,7:30 .Prayer.1I in:
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bu ..... II a m. and pan tkip.HOur-lla! : Evr. 8ff
Are Reported By "" each, Superintendent.Horning: church School; 11:00: ajru.. .Morning Bach Wednesday 7:30: pm.. ,.Every: I *.. i.r&y.u: >ft ksttg.
Meeting A
Starling 25, of Lawtey 13, the second Tues 7:30. p m. frayr Worship. 11:00. ,
m. Rev. Prayer and Sermon. one wdcane.-ttev.: H. H- Mott._ \ .Vedaesday., 7:30 >m. ,
his car was month is the date! Wednesday, 7:30 p. :Tralnirig,, Union' 6:15, Jim Hal* ,
k Sheriff's Dept. escaped injury, and day of that\ 'I I 'Chlsm >Everybody : Holy CommunioQ f>'irat, Bun. tlaAnor. ,
not damaged yesterday when it' for 'sty elections. City Clerk Merrill debr/e ,pastor oen, Pir ctor. la Y. 11:00 aim.; Third Sunday. .
performed somewhat of a motorized Edwards states.. ,w :come.' I I Evening Worship 730.: taD a.m.I I -

TWO loose br ak-ins have been .!.oars dance east of town. |;!: Only three positions will be up' CHURCH. OF GOD ;Wednesday" Prayer Meetinz.. I Wednesday-7:00 p.m.. Choir I NOW OPEN .
reported by the Bradford County Sheriff P. D. Reddish said!I|I I for o: :abs, those being positionson I I'Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mom-- '1:.3 O. Practice; 7:4A: p.m., Litany an" .I.
Sheriff's Department. now, J. H. Jr...Pastas Bible Stud ,
Starling lost control of his car ;rice Starke City Council lug' ; WonJilp.11 a. m. Sunday Mabry. 1
M ?ppty Sheriff polph Reddish .on a sharp curve near Lawtey on belonging to Randal Chitty, T Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPB ..... ;- '
1 reported that on Saturday night. i the Lawtey Kingsley Lake road. jC. JLuen jr. ana Orie Wiggins. SerVice Wed: eadap ?:45 p. m.:1- AMBULANCE S-ERVICF- D&J UPHOLSTERY SHOP : ,
July 3:>, the El Rancho Restaurantwas 'The car spun around whizzed,; The earliest date for qualifying Prayer. Meeting >Friday, 7:45 p. jn i
entered through a pane in a I'backwards for about 100 ft.,.then I for ths election is August\ : 20 1 PHONE WO 4-26QO ,.
kitchen window which had been,[.I spun around again and ran into a I FAITH. BAPTIST CHURCH 418 East Call St. '

i broken: out.Rediish said. the break-in look I I.ditch, the Sheriff charged said.with driving I City Registration >E. Mamey.Lawt 7A. Futor DeWitt. .. .- -- C. Jones- Funeral 1 Home l

ed as if it, were the work of chil Starling without; was a license Reddish! Books Now. Open Bible BchooX' 10 -. m. I DcWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director CUST05I: MADE ,DRAPES SLIP CQVJBRS_ '
, dren. He said fingerprints were added. preaching, U .. m. I Starke( b'Ia.I .
o stained and' he has some good.leads .I Ci\y registration. books are now,' 'Evening S rylcc. ,":30 p m. AUTO SEAT COVERS and SUPPLIES
as to the identity of the'' Hall. .Persons Bible] Study aid< Pr vef Meetln I Rental Service: Hospital: Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches .
open A; the City
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! c:Cpnts.t4Jwn Air. Durling wishing to registit' may. do 'so| 1 1:3.0 p ,m.,. Wednesday.- ,11': "" JI
t from the restaurant! offi until I -.-. .. ..
r ng noon; regular. hours\, --- ;
she 550 pennies, a half box of j Hampton Passes \two: v/ecks prior to the _City Hec-'t -. : ., I,

Hava-Tampa cigars, several car- ; lion on Sept. 13-
( ttjis' of cigarettes 12 cans of I Ibeer Chat.1es Angus Durlin;, 87, of I P(rSQ..s11:0' did not vote inilia
a pocket size transistor I Hampton died Tuesday aftert. ou,! last two elections. have had .
radio and a small quantity of I after illness of removedfrom .
July ,,12 an SCY'I'I their names temporarily :' ." .
peppermint candy. eral year. ?. the' Qualified list and must. I '.' "- '. -..:> .-.'..-- :;,, -,
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-JTh-! second break-in occurred Mr. Durling was Jfeorn in New I apply at the City Hail to have :: f \
co S!.,day. July 10. Reddish York on January 17, 1873. His! iheir ames restored"in i order to:: I.1 I.

said. Four wooden house doors parents were the late Charles s.1 vot? n .the September. election.. o f .
complete: xrith hinges. and locks and Mary Bishop Durling. He was; 4 j I II ,J 8- .-r.. ...''- '
and two complete door faces retired real estate broker and : I ,, ..i.-i -)
a ]i I Graham Revival i ii I .,,.". 1I \1 ,
were stolen from a house that is beloued to the Presbyterian ]'i I I j I ;' ...,;. ,.-i t: <)' r., -(. <. -' t. '-- .
of Law- i I i '
under construction north
Church. The Graham Baptist Church .
tey on U S. 301. The doors and Sot riving are two daughters: I will begin its Summer Revival on .'.:" '-..
facingsver i valued at approximately Miss Mary E. [Bettyl Durling of I Monday July 18, with services., DON 'T .. -,:'"', ., .;- YO.'i >...'-;'!
$150.Pine Hampton and Mrs. Ethel D.! nightly at 8 p. m. Rev. Elmer ;. '.: jif' <
Crews of Jacksonville, and one I''Gaskins of Whiter Garden will ,.j., t '
Seedling eranriiaushter: Nell Crews of i|be guest s;>eaker. WASTEANOTH1, ':;'tfo.-; 'I'"! >.j:.
Jacksonville. The revival will be climaxed by II i '
Cut-Oft Date Private funeral services will be I Sunday.' J/ I
I dinner .on the grounds ; -fC' "- .:, I
held in Jones Memorial Chapelin July 24. i R. :. .

Is October 7 t SUike Friday July 15, at 11a i The public' is invited to attend 4 rE "'
m. with the Rev Barry D. all! .services.A.t 1 CEN"ON' ,
Landowners planhins to pur VanDeventer officiating. Burial
chase pine seedlings: from the will l now in the family plot ln> The Tabernacle I i
Florida forest Service nurseries, Santa Fe Cemetery near Ham !

for planting nect winter, are tpn- An old fashioned revival is in SendiU'gY
encouraged' to submit their orders The family requests that flow- progrt..S'-thlS-week-at: the :"Funda pr PrintingOrders '

as soon as possible. Cut-off I ers i be omitted. I mentfl Gospel('Tabernacle with ;, .
rate for accepting orders has I Evangelist:: W, R. Bobby 'Crewsof
been set at Oct. I, according to I Woman Flips Car Lake Butler and Lexington I!I I f

State. Forfster C. H. Coulter. While Avoiding Dog Kentucky: ] Baptist College conducting .I L .,,, a.aw Of Town
11.prefers for pines, up to 50-1 .: the .services. J s.- Out '
000 seedlings will be 'accepted! i: 'Spatial music is featured each ,
Wnilc trying to avoid hitting a'j' '
Without reduction. Coulter said.! ,I evening. I'I'I -
dog: .If necessary, however, all orders I A Baptismal Service in .the
I Lake Monday morning about 8:15:
!by r $OOO() will be prorated Gospel] Tabernacle. Pool was adt t I
.Shipping of seedlings will begin 'i 1 a over Jacksonville ir. a small foreign woman made turned car. I rninisteied bv Rev. Clark of the Ii i Jr you are one of.those :who have fallen .for, the ,apparently. "chea p" prices of. a mail! 1 order printing .
Nov. 22 from the Munson,II 'I Hampton Christian Church on '
Bakr, and Andrews nurseries I[ Persons at reported the scene the of woman's the accident i I a recent Sunday to a member of catalog, and. then had to wait months before you received your order or., in some Instances, Y

while the Herren nursery will: i his; t''nn-e: $ation. A group of his

start'Order shipping blanks on,may Dec.be 15.obtained 1 I nam as- They Martha said Smith the ,a schoolteacher woman!:I I memocrship attended the service.., .;. never received it you will welcome jJ. e o APp ortunlt Y ,of having all of your printing! done., I

Service from the office nearest county Florida agricultural Forest- I skidded hitt1; the whn dog.' she braked; to avoid j> St.Wednesdav Edward'ii-Catholic p' t...r ChorrJJi Ttit...tln1' at home with, .reasonable- ,prices, prompt: service, and the satisfaction of knowin that a I

agent SCS technician, or Shas ;taken to Bradford i Starke., FVoHdai The small amount MIGHT save by having printing i
ASC office. 'County Kospitaf: V'lth' bruises- and I i I Sunday<: Mass at 10 a.'m. .home' town firm is standing\ i behind : you ,

bej The$4 cost.per f.thousand o. b. nursery for pines will,'',lacerjjions, jyjhe:: Tvpman but no, serious,at .her injuries request -- 5:30 Holyday: p m.Weekday'Masses'. xl 8.30.a..m.: done put of town ,>is< more. than offset b! the many advantages of keeping your ,dollar, : f.

1' transferred, to a JackAIR '
jots Mass .at 8:00: .f. m. J
,3S\edlinss.cents;.' There a tartnicS.delivery is ,an :'additional,; spnvt-. ::: .,-hospitaf- -. -. ..- ,,.-- ..... ,. .1.1.c XJftr,[es ovuSaivrdaju.. ? to a.J .} in .circulation; : "at home," where a portion vof- it wilUeventually- C come back to--' you. .. :' ''j .
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PARK BAPTIST.. COURC11, aP.tlf11S.L marriage\ : ?' and ,initrtictions -]
I seedling, Sunday School 8fa a. m.; Morning .by appointment. 1 .
It ( Worship a. pa. Trains .%_. r r' '
t 'THE Kir.HT POINT for the Union 6:45' p. ,m. ,E :. '
in and 8:00 Midweek Prayer Street ./ .'i:. :
way you n rite Come selert : p. m. } Call & Christian .,' I
I your (;&)'vrlte ESTERRROOK I Service Wednesday' 7:30: p, m.F.vPrvonn i, Hob L. Badeett. >{Minister. .'- ''. ;. -.';. .' years. The Telegraph'1 1 has recognized the increasing demand- for .'

Fountain' Pen. TELEGRAPH : welcome i Sunday School. 9':45'a.: m. Worihip .. : J'' ..
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'Training, for service.BOATDRAIN I (.' : 3 offset equipment! of ,the Offset Printing Co, formerly located, on N. I t tt
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f roduce an estimated $10,755- .from r July'15 at which time business of I i Watermelon"'Seed 1 Home Economics Department, come' to 'the beginning Foods'

Keystone Council the 977,793 net property tax roll. I I an undisclosed nature will be I Bus PassengersEscape 1 I I Mrs. Marine Gibson homemaking Class, and.Clothing. Class. The

Other income will come from such 'taken up. Not discussed Tuesday: Spitting.Contest. instructor announced Tuesday I Foods Class meets Mondays'andThursdays .
sources as license fees and cigar- night was the proposed canceling: II I I July 12. I i from "8":45-lltJO: : aJn.

Approves Budget ette tax money. of a lease'on the city-owned Keystone :. Injury Kathy Hitchcock; and Williard !,;: A student may enter these I II I,The Clothing. Class 'meets Tues

The tax roll was presented by Beach. Crawford won the watermelon I:i I classes now or at any time durIng days, .We nesdarS. and Fridays

T. B. Millican! town tax assessor. Councilmen at the meeting seed spitting; contest when theyrocketed' !!:I. tha remainder of the summer during the same hours:;

Mrs. Sarah D..McDonald, tax collector were Chairman H. S. Ownbey, ,, Passengers on a fully loaded seeds through air for a.i. i!: program. Mrs. Gibson stated The homemaking instructor Is
Totaling $$32,292 dbusie-decker Greyhound bus es- I III '
reported collections of Fred Dodd, Corbett Terrell E. E. I capeu serious s injury Saturday I II distance of 20 feet at the Pratt I'I Rf'gulaf.attendance. Is urged but at thj school every day Monday

8735.52 or 99.5 per cent of the Williams and W. M. Beam. II Street Playground last week. net required. Classes will continue through Friday from 8-11:30 a.
when the bus :
night. July 9. was I II 'I
JA 1960-61 budget totaling $32- total tax roll for last year. I in chaia reaction I Smith and Richard through August 5, the in- m. and from 1:30-3:30: : p m. Any
I involved a type I I
Williams toth seeds 18 feet
292 was approved: by the Keystone: Mayor M. L. Beasley recom- Guardsmen Leave I *f accident on,U. S. 301 south of,I : spit structor stated. student wishing to sew for a few
to win the contest in
Town Council.Tuesday. night July mended the purchase of a neW 3tarke at, the county line.JJigoway old and. under the'IQyearj j I Girls who will be in the ninth hour may come during those

'1!. police car. Town Clerk C. H. For field Training I Patrolman .Carlos Selected as Miss group.Playground 6f 1 grade next fall are encouraged to I II I hcurv
(Jack) Haberstroh authorized
Along with! the budget the was
Iusgrove said four vehicles were
Week Hitchcock
was Kathy p'
to advertise for bids the
Council accepted the tax roll for on car.
17 headed north'In 'a line. The first,
D. R. Jensen of Jacksonville, Sunday July 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. -
the coming Estimated income ,
year. a car had a blowout spun around IE.
oficer for the Florida Hitchcocki Mr. Playground was Snuth Corona and
safety Highway -
exceeded thebudget total Patrol presented an awardto Companies C, of Starke and B, in the'' road and headed south Inthe Williard crawford'13, son of Mr. :. Remington

by 2500. This amount was added .the town for having no, fatal !' of ,Camp Blanding, of the 748th other lane. Thesecond, vehicle and Mrs. Harold Crawford.

i to- the equipment reserve fund. I traffic accidents during 1959. i Ordinance Battalion and all other continued: undisturbed. WIr.net of the Horseshoe Tourney \_I_ PORTABLE
members of the 48th Armored The third vehicle a. truck,
The Council decided to stick to last week was Steve Hewett, _
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Tuesday night's meeting was Division
will leave
Sunday i braked and began skidding on 12. WilUard Crawford won the ,
the 11; mill. tax levy which will recessed until 6:30: p.m. Friday i for Ft. Stewart Georgia where I the r..iI'-sUckened pavement and "Contest TYPEWRITERS
_._ 117. Freddie Dinkins Big Toe at Family Night
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National Guardsmen will attend was struck in the rear b/ the bus. last Friday. July.. -
I 15 days summer field train- Stationed Near Impact of the crash pushed the
checker. tour-
: FREE SHOW% truck's- body up !against the cab.
ing.An New York naments have been in progress
;: advance detachment will! squeezing! it shut and trapping a
this week at the playground.Next EASY TERMS
leave Thursday, July 14, to draw the occupants in<:ide.. The driver. ,
Freddie Dinkins. son t Charles week deck tennis and
Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M. <> hop
; supplies for the two week period Thoiras .Howard Harrell. and his I
Dinkins of Starke, and grandsonof scotcn will be, featured.Homemaking 8'
and to pre-chedc! artillery piecestor Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din! of wife and son were later released ,

MAN FROM BUTTE camp.firing The remainder on the first of the day units of Lawtey Military is Police now Detachment stationed with at a a I(I by Some hacking bus away passengers the cab complain-doors. Progam ;',, a School Supplies-

will l leave Sunday morning at 8:30: guided missile unit 30 miles from "d of possible strained muscles, Open This SummerTo
: and arrive at Ft. Stewart at 3:15 New York City., His address is but none .was seriously injured. High School Coeds

p.m. They continued their i Bradford County Telegraph
Pvt. Freddie J. Dinkins, RA24 on way
This is the most importantpart -1 '
FLORIDA THEATER program" 63142, Btry. C, 2nd Missile Bn., : after being: transferred to a pracMeaDy -', A Homemaking Program for I
or our training 65th Artillery Livingston N. Y., i emot.y bus which had been Phone WO 4-3101:
: stated Randal F. Chitty, commander *ollowlhg: the first one. I'I high, school girls. grades 9-12,:
of C. "Every N.Y.Dinkins meets each morning in the BHS I'
Company __ _
graduated from the U I Musjrove said he filed no ---------- .'t dI :. .

,, Sponsored by the Following Merchants: I military and .government leader S. Military Police Academy at Ft. | "hnrgcs against; .the driver of the .-

,has stated repeatedly that our Cordon Ga. on May 12. I -sr. Grant Sherman Ray of Sell It Rent It Trade It I HARDENBROOK

GEM, JEWELRY WILLIAMS 'JEWELRY I Reserves and NationalGuard area II I Washington D. C.; the truck driver -
for the survival of our

STAR HOMES SHEPHERD RADIO & I country and these two weeks Brooker Market I John, of' Littlefield the bus of driver.Jacksonville.Martin 'WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED WELL DRILLING J

; CRAWFORD BROTHERS TV SERVICE I training are most important! 1 !andPUMP

: Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS Chitty said.Junior. Doubles VolumeContinued Sheriff's Dept. -MF.MORMLH AND RF-lO''uT'O'I! .. 4 Crftfs .... w." i REPAIRAll

i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS INSURANCE AGENCY Legion/ Deals Quickly 20 WORDS OR LESS. Ou Inwrtlo ("1.1... Charge) _. .n Work Guaranteed

[ Fscm rage 1} ,

DRUG STORE round $1.40 to $1.50 per 50 pound f With Car. Theft :e DISCOUNT OX REPEAT IXSRRT1OVB SMR AD 712 Cplley Road

SUPPLY bag, and butter beans sold for$2.25:>> ADDITIONAL. FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS !NOT PAID IK ADVAHCB'

Record Now 8-1 $2.25 ocr hamper, Harrell .said.t rT:1:1: I Starke .Florida
The manager'also stated that 250 WE HAVE a new }on program for
of double FOR SALE
ends Department is
I COMPANY Winning I finding cars
COMPANY farmers. 1 to S yean
to 300 of were Ready mix
'u- -- -- -.-.--- -- header last friday July 8. kept acres watermelons: these! days before the owners for the entire credit reQuirements rones., fence concrete concrete block, PEYTON FLORIST
grown in the county. j of the farmer and his tam- posts sand cement lit 8. THOMPSON |T.PIIOXB .
But, prices Motar
base- realize rock
f the unior American Legion they are missing. Gainesville Production Credit mix steel, oyster shell, WO 4-413
bailers on top of the league witha on them were equally lowj'; he Deputy Sheriff James Hamilton Association ily. 620 Horth Main I LImerock WO4-2521. and Roof Gravel. Phone DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
said. A few sold at one cent per Jainesville, Fla. tfchRADIOS I Bradford Engineering WI': WIRE FLdWCHS.AKTWHERB
: record of 8-1 for the season. stopped, a 1954 Ford last Sunday I Co. tfchg '
pound. he said but mosLw at tfcbsj.FOR
Kouba tossed nohitterat t1t night. 10 "for -
GEORGIA PEACHES Garry a July speeding and "
Hawthorne in of one half to three"quarters ofa found after 'UP.uRBDAU .. Complete T"ee Service BALE
one game questioning the Make AH .deIaU..i.e.bl. New and used Building Supplies.Irive
cent per pound. .. ..
t the double header which was d.'ivethat', the car had been Cprcu'n.ra. : way pipe,' IV length.n.n
KHEfBEHD'8: RADIO TV Pruning Bracing De-Moss
played oh the rival's home field. Harrell said he expects.to havea stolen from H. C. Brown of I.ma. Qretm, Ow..er log Cavity Work -- Tree Ee-'. son per foot.Blinding! Sea Billy Supplies.: Jacksqn, Jack UchgSI.VUER *
struck out four and gojd 'crop of string beans, in Stark 412 F. CaU St. Pkeae "4-4901
Kouba also *
BY THE BUSHEL the fall. He is planning to 'call'meeting Btarke, Fla. TransplantingSapp's
;: walked four in winning his game a Kenneth L. Edwards a 19- Tree SEWn G MACHINE -
of bean gr wer /'in the COLONIAL FLORIST SurgeonsPETE representative will be in Bradford
year-old Marine stationed in
near future in Only P. D. Florist Starke. Mondays and Fridays. For sr-
an ,att.emptt6getthem : SAP
4c\ Fresh From Stake collected eight hits in Jacksonville was stopped by :flowers wired any place. Flowers rice on any make machine writ
all to plant near the. STARKE or call Singer"S (lLCblne Co.
effort. same for all occasions PHONE \VO 4-S9R5 .wln.-)
I of Kouba's Hamilton for locally Phone
support superb ,driving at speedsup
N. Marion St. 6r
date. A buyer will be available if WO 4- !Sl. 60$ East Nona St. tfchg Phone 839;
Bill Jackson and Lynwood Waters to 90 mph'on SR 230. Ham- I Lake City, Fla. 'l'tchc
: : FT. VALLEY GA. as many as 100 acres of beans I
with two singles each, Marshall I II ilton was heading east toward FOR RENT-Furnished apart II (T KEVIEW BEACH COTTAGES
II I are planted Harrell said. At present ments. Reasonable rates. Sear I ft
4 Starling's triple John William'sdouble Jacksonville.. I -Electric kitchen. Reserve yourr
I prospects look good. he said. hopping center. Phone WO t- Ol1ir. I ,I now. Swim, picnic, t\e\\ Call Waldo
and Chuck Moore and Edwards first told Hamilton WO 4-0771 call at 211
I *- ( evening or I HO 8-2533, or ice 111'$. A.. Comer
: : : \ FRIDAYAnd Richard Hobbs with one hit each that he had borrowed the 'car S. Cherry St. (.Shell' Oil Co.>> Office.) I Earleton.. FI+' '. .S tchc 'tjl;

__ : rounded out the victor's hitting.In Rabies Clinic from his .girl-friend, but admitted tfcbg I I ,

,the other game, the local taking
boys Hawthorne to the :" Brown's front 'after HASTINGS MATTRESS EXPERT
M ran over .A rabies, clinic for. the &- yard 'the officer '
.- tune: of?13-2, behind the winning I rioculation of pets will be"Ve'l f I --had. .checked the registrationof & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ",

SATURDAYONLY pitching of Marshall Starling Saturday, July 16, from 10 a..m. .the car.Brown I. Painting

who ajso collected two hits to until 12 noon at the Starke, Light had not missed his car' 710 Lemon St. Pabitka :to DecoratingAll

boost 'his own effort. Starling Plant County Sanitation Officer and was 'unaware it- had been
Furniture Repaired Upholstered
only'one hit while strik- stolen until ,
gave up Jack Trawick announced. Hamilton called him Work Guaranteed

ing,'out jnine and walking six. Tha\ word pets;.. Trawick said, after he had recovered, the car. & Refinished I I

Starke's hitters also proved II does hot include just'dog5-! It is The young Marine is now resid- MATTRESSES REBUILT For Expert Tree Surgery. Call Our CALL

their worth in this game by tap- meant to. include anything .from ing in the Bradford County jail. New Innerspringsand Agent WO 4.2671

ping out ten safeties. Lynwood I a cat or dog to, a .pet coon or 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 For Estimate

SEE Waters with' a homer a double I skunk, he said. Starke Negro Held Box Springs I

and a single and Bill Jackson Trawick advised that there is In Case DoUsacard or CaD I JIM RICHARDSON

with a home. run and a 'single a citv ordinance that if a pet,I Rape '? PALATKA EA 5.9168
combined their efforts to get five FOR SALE
roaming the streets does not havea STARKE WO, 45934MItt
Billy or Jimmy Dowling .of the nine hits. Mike Frick, rabies tag and a city license' A 19-year-old Starke Negro Is FOR SALE KED1-BITE DE-
Richard Hobbs and Carleton Lee tag they can be picked'up by the being! held in the Bradford Coun \'
.url'AT ONLY $1.:1.: AT GE51JEM'KLRT. :
On 301 Across Street From Setzer's also had singles to round out:the dog warden and put into the ty Jail on rape charges. AgestStarke. GAS STATIONNot Utile

local boy's hitting.Westinghouse poundA Deputy' Dolph Reddish said FOB BALE

1 I I inter announcement will reveal Eugene! Smith Jr: of the Reno And Or*.ge,Park City L.U ( in operation at present time) Good. Flshlag- El
the .time and place for section was arrested arid I will *tll.oB the tot a>d e.turtthe Located trailer, $ made
a rabies chargedon Highways. U' ft. plywood boat 18
. builder. He. will fatal valuable -
--- -- -- horse E1.tn I motor. Call. WO
ri m other parts of the county the complaint'of the parentsof ..aggeitU>ii.. .li will build ue- 221 & 18, Hampton,' Fla. or eat 45 West Pratt St.4-311 Itp
- V Trawick sa VLeona I an 11-year-old Negro girl. eordlng-. your plaiu. .
( II A. J. 'fb..... Realtor
I According to Reddish, the girl GLADYS SHAFERBox FOR RENT' -. Tjve room furnished
Epperson apartment. n. N. Church St. Phone
i told her .parents that Smith ap freED- MONEY ??T 15, Hampton, Fla. WO' i.nU. Margaret BlanfcenBhlp.

Circle Meets proached her Friday night July Earn it ,as' thousands of women I tfchrWANTED

8, in front of the Reno Theatre. do., Represent AVON COSMETICS I FOR REST ->* ?. bedroom unfurnnh -
Th Leona Epperson Circle She said Smith FOR SALE d house on Peterioq Rd. Phone
met offered her $10 Write Ould C. Sweat P. New and used WOS-WS. ttt'hC'
I' with Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. 'with and she refused. Then accordingto PLUMBING FIXTURES. Galnea-
0. Box 540, Live Oak, Fla. yule Heating k Plumbing Hawth-
eight members present. the girl. Smith dragged her ortie Road & SE 18th St. Stchgr 7/28 flouiekeeper S days

Mrs. M. H. Sheppard. leader, behind the theatre and attacked FOR .RENT Private lot to park Call WO 4-3374 if you are planningon Contact week. Furnish Mr,. A.own J, Barry transportation WO 4.

presided; over-the:business session. trailer. Lights and water furnish sending child to kindergarten 3801 or !ppply at Doctor's. offio ttfchy
Mrs. Paul Raymond her.Smith ed. ,J18 'per month. -M.' R. Jndd in September. Mama Priest.
was was picked up by the WO 4-5J51. 3tchg 7121: 't..hg7/U
charge of the program, "Sharing: Stark Police Saturday morning '

Possessions"' with Mrs. Merrill July 9 FOR RENT Furnished upstairs USED PIANO
apartment. 2 rooms and bath. ill
Edwards assisting. S. Epperson. T. L. Ktrohalne tfchg .
I, HOUSE $395
J Homecoming Held GIL'S ODD JOB SF.nVICK
Painting: Carpenter Work Mason NO DOWN PAYMENT '/
cl. ,At Baptist ChurchIn FOR SALE Work Landscaping Window WaLh
52.95 VALUE ensaa, OIASWater ing! Reasonable! Dependable ('$1.80 Month \
new type 'Ejector'ICE New River Can_Me. Woodland 4-8SS2. P. 7114 'o' ,


CUBE TRAYS 97* P Sunday July 17. will be Home- Can be movi-d onto 'own Int. Con. 1035 W. University Ave.
tact J. B. White at WO
I HeaterSee coming Day at the New River AND BATH 4.luttp 7114 JaineiYiile ,Fla. -' Ph. FR 8411SAutbortzed

Baptst: Church, which will be .
.. 618 W. 'Lafayette FOR RENT Two bedroom du Wurlltzer Dealers
'- ,' YOU get MORE WASHING POWER *' celebrating the. 127th anniversary plex. Unfurnished, newly' decorated. Oar Mlesman b In Starke

-.. for cleaner brighter clothes of. its. founding 1833. CHARLES: Schmftt SM S. Water. itchg : Every ,Week

--- Penuai1 '-a Re/ E. R. Wykoff of ..Palatkawill
Phone WO 44250 RENT Unfurnished three -
4.CYCLE IftUNDROMAT' ,be guest speaker at the 11 a. edronm house with large yard. -
\ I Close to town. Call FOR SALE;:' Breeding see registered
WO -
: 4-64(1 .or
: \ AUTOMATIC WASHER ;; GLASS-UNED _ m. service.:A basket dinner will t.1: :S-2541. itchg Angus Bulls. Price reason

., WATER : be se-ved at 12:30 p. m. able. Doyle Conner, WO 4-4501.
Automatic Lint Ejector tfchg
A ff V f Starting: at 2:30: p. in. the Singing FOR SALE KEDI.BITK' :: DELUXE FOR BALE
Suds 'n Water 1
S Saver new quick Armlture
t'j, Convention will preside ''and with motor and nnd CLOSE IK
c, Look-in Loading Doorrjz AT ONLY '1.=1. AT GEM r cntt r $100. .

?: T. !' all ,singers, are invited to loin in JKWELRT. ..' Itekg electric 1 195 Combination.I f1'T '
Month I wIth Fl..... B..M, (ll. beth
this of music.PREMIER er to 12 .volt S20A.
; srl9n6eltl program MATURE WOMEN 1 Rtark & PArk Valve macjiipe! large Uvtmg sad Alalaiv area, else,
t' t ;; Iir: :> ftxcl"i5i. Westinehouse washing setion lifts sod(lips, wet tyr*. P. E. R. model" 550. lint flag, rcTrig. >.t.water beater
IA.. t' p' '. tumbles snd plungei your clothe* again and tgain. ; If yo' have focr hours a day Sneer Service. 'Perfect condition. pare. kea$er".ery.rt,'p ve4 Street
: b Two deep nutet follow.And you simply turn a aojl and are, widnr' to work. AVON 135/1./ Large Uaetrafed ,!.{. Price Just
\4 v'-v'! | d21j tO J""* r'W washinj ol all fabrics.$107Per Need feeder?' : fut sell because' my health.. 513,500,00. .. with' Ie....
I has ,
g new water GASRANGES a wonderful earning opportunity Ralph Merrltt. phone Uacclennv
MATCHING WESTINGHOUSE I You on own i fenaiot for jroo., Write; ;OvId C. Amine 5-7(41 1f no ennwer call .
ill ; :, 4-TEMPERATURE DRYER I PWlAGW-MUI lilt Sweat P, 0. Bo?, 540, Uve: Oak lake BTn.. Butler Hyatt -4171" after Itrhr( FOR SALE Hens-| ." dressed OF
ITa. SOc alive.. Contact BUt: Tsste, Rt. 1
I fcnj-tetini A. 0. Smtfcgte FOR SALE' 4'anes of 'land Box .*ICor phone Keystone 415..
.La':7: tch.
air- ome tlmb r. Ioratedon ..OrifflsTy }
I : I bung-fer w lUSt HELP WA\TEP-MALE & op. I5.en, Graham Crews. Rt. 1. FOR 'Offtee
RENT( over Wall Insurance
Model 1.124 more economically! Model 0-124 ,FEJfALEVAN" t'._ 1C1. Rt".1r.. JtDOO "'fltI -
S I as you'd expect t to pfer.t; Prices Begin Agency |JS ptr month.
OR WOVA-V t. take over
Call! .WO.4.JML 2tp Tin
,FOR QUALITY. FOR FEATURES... FOR VALUE .. THE BIG SWING IS TO WESTINGHOUSE I MonCnsry waterfcezt8fr Dealership- Starke.. Products es I POUND One male German
'" tablished. Weekly profits of $50.00or Police. Owner may' claim by contacting ,
I' at $98.00 .
police and Beautifully furnished
department -
mr-re at start possible. No investment payf

.... .
.; necessary., Will help yon "....." _. 1 t"fllP: one.-bedroom duplex,apart.
ment across from P. H. S. All tile
:(Free Installation) get '
stafle&Wjte. C, R. Ruble, Dept7J.
modern And
As Low As $75,50 r WatkIns Products,' In Mem- FOR<._ter SALK Mrs.-L. Cnahman J. Green. 715 motor V. Mr.'Rinn r WO 4-5741 convenient.or ns Call Me*
See the Complete Line at phi., I, 'Tens. Itp
Walnut St. ttchg 7/21 Mahon St. Ucl1FOR'S..u.E

NORTH F FLORIDA SUPPLY I. C o.I FOR SALE I. small, male fawn
: North Florida NORTH FLORIDA colored Chihaohao. Approximately 1 CAT.L-Jackson for top fOl dirt .Georgia Red poUt
: year old. Registered'with AKA Re. hulldcclng mid grading. W. T. vines. 141000. F. C. Hodges, Rt.
I ason&ble price. Phone WO 4-0351 .Juk. OJ1. WO 4-4911. tfchg' 2. Box II, Surke. ltpt

:: 224 N., Temple Ave. Dial WO 4-2113 Supply SUPPLY or.see at .111$ W.. Pratt. St.ttchg- 7IJ1FOR S1'AT10'FOR. Will take LEASE SUM Weal location. to I- PURETBHEDCOLLZB' PUPPIES -

approx. will 'be rt 4r for sale
July 25. Mrs.
"D4I'raU j; C. Lawton Palatka,
I Phone WO 4-2113 '
1 STARKE BAU? -r-Cholc*' kuilding lot!.r." !fi4 ltD Walter Martin. Rt I, Uwtty. Itp
FLORIDA 222 TempleAve.' on West side Kiogsley)' Lake, Lot .
Phone 4 : ; .. 224.N. Temple is located. ia :good neighborhooc FOR RENT: I, room bnur i baths FOR EENT4 room nfumisbeaaputnent
WO : '
and hai deep welL Siftruni Feed large yard, near eeheol 219 E. Ad- 406 Lake St. Call WO 4-
:I '. and .,Seed' Co.; owner. Itcbg this Si. Key next door. 7114 tf 4554. ifekir"
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Lions MELROSE | Plans Benefit Highway 21

K. Schael fer ..r, Organize For Year i
Mary Dance At Hangar In Keystone HeightsA
By Joyce Rothhammer
Nf..dyelected. officers of the
fatal heart attack was suffered -
Swimming Instructions water-safety Is a rare person In- Keystone-Heights Lions Club held 1aA.AAAAauuasaaaaaa a as Keystone Heights Civil
:Air Patrol Squadron will by Joseph Curry 72, of
Well Attended deed. their organizational, board meeting sponsor
;-0 Thomas Family Reunion j jTh3 I Melrose while driving his truck
Monday morning a total of As before, classes will be divided '' Thursday night July 7, at a benefit square dance Friday
annual reunion of the!I within the city limits of Keystone
night, July 15, at the
183 children signed up for the into Minnows, Fish FlyingFish th home of President Frank .
Thomas families was held at the I Height last Thursday, July 7.
YMCA courses in swimmingan ,, Sharks, Junior LifeSavingand Harris. Other officers attendingwere Airport hangar. Dancing will be-
home of Mr.vand Mrs. Jack Bass 1 1 The truck rammed into a utility
gin at 8
p. m. to music provided
annual affair sponsored by theKeystone Senior Life-Saving. FirstDay's : Tommy Millican, vice
on Swan Lake, Sunday July 3. by Cie Dixie Rhythm Boys. pole but FHP M. A. Page said
Heights Rotary Club. enrollment amounted to 83 present: Edwin Bennett, secre-
The instructions were well advertised for the Minnows (Quite a class!] tary; Joe Wildt tail twister; Gene Those attending included Mr.1 i t 1 Port of the proceeds from the Curry Apparently! was dead before

and anyone who hasn't Fish. 25; Flying Fish 29. Shark ,\ a Williams, director; and Ralph and Mrs. William Thomas of'I I dance: will be used to purchase the crash.
beard about this wonderful opportunity 30; Jr. Life Saving 16: Sr. LifeSaving a .{ Bryan past president. Lutz; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Thomas -;uniforms for nine cadets from Riduig in the truck with Curry
for children to learn 15. and daughter, Nancy, of Land I i iO. the! Keystone squadron who win but uninjured in the crash were
; New officers who were unableto takes; Mr and Mrs. James!I attend the annual 10-day en- his two grandchildren John \V..,
Bob Moxley, water front direc- :
attend were: Darrell Davis R. Thomas of Jacksonville: Mr., at AFB kins, 13, and Josephine Wilkins,
tor at Camp Immokalee, is in AR -f !jjcainpinent Homestead ,
HEALTH FACTS 3sz' 2nd'ice president; Leamon and Mrs. Cecil Thomas and chil- <'
charge of the program. % Ward. Lion : staring the first week in August.i 9- .
tamer; Charlie
; Mc- dren of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs.!i
Dua to the size of the Minnows Clave ; The cadets from the Starke and Tlw children ,told the trooper
1. 500 Insurance Darden. and Bud An- M. Johnny Walker, Arthur I
Qter Spencer -
Companies !
Keystone who this
% area attend that :their had
Class they will occupy the time thondirectors.. I grandfather just
pay benefits! fur Chiropractic: : Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mal 1!event will receive instruction in
of all the instructors for the first The following committee [ struck a match to light a cigar
I chair- lard find sons and Mrs. W. C.!
service. all phases of Air Force
hour: 9:30: to 10:30.: men operation. when he slumped over at the
I were: appointed for the
new Atwater of .GainesVille. '
2. Employees injured under the At 10:30: a. m., the Fish will year; : Darrell Davis, finance; Carl Mr. and Mrs. William Smith j{, It was also announced that the ,wheel, '
Workmen Compensation are entitled meet with Frank Byrd and David j squadron will hold its annual
S Da'den. membership: Charlie and son of Perry; Mr. and Mrs.)I Cash' paid for good, clean, cot
to Chiropractic care without TutU; the Flying Fish, with Bill McGJave, : barbecue outing at the home of
program; Ralph Bryan Arthur Spencer, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs.! ton rags. No Khaki or wool.
cost to the employee.Does Chambers; Sharks with Charlie Billy Rose, the "tropical fish man." views with satisfactionthe I/ublicity. Franklin! Copeland and sons; Mr. i I I Col. "Harold Ashley near Melrose Bring to Bradford County Tele-

your insurance! policy pro- Clark and Leslie Seitz; and Jun- interior of his newly completed hatchery at Keystone. Rose This year marks the club's 10th and Mrs. Burton Walker and on Saturday, July 30. graph.

tide for Chiropractic care! We ior and Senior Life Saving with takes special pride in his tanks! the sides of which are large glass anniversary, and many projects daughter of Alachua; Sen. Emory 1- .
Bob Moxley. Last one in's a rot- auto windshields, in concrete frames.Rose's an-J:! objectives were discussed to Cross I' .
''will be glad to ch ck your policy supported of Melrose; and Mrs. Ron- ,

to MO if you are properly covered.,I ten Summer egg! Recreation NotesAt make it a. banner year. ald Caraker and daughter of C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR

You it to hate Mulberry.
owe to yourself
the present writing, the Billy Glass Hatchery COMMTJN1T1 CHURCH Barbecued chicken was served
your policies checked before you Keystone Heights baseball teamis KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. I
with the basket lunches. Real Estate and Appraisal Service
have need for them. in third place in the Keystone 'Albert C. Holt. I
Gives Of Sun '. Minister Th? group enjoyed boating, ski
No policy ii complete that does League. Next week's games are Tropicals Plenty Mrs. J. L. Rethermffton
ing, and swimming.Mr. .
Lawrence Blvd.
not provide for Chiropractic Bene- as follows: Friday, July 15, Playoff Organist and Choir. Director Keystone Heights
After ten years' experimentation move indoors during the four I Sunday and Mrs. Alvin Rothhammer -
; Monday, July 18, Hawthorne School 9:00: a.m. Morning PHONE 4297
fits.No physical examination Is com- \s. Keystone, at Keystone; and :n this part of Florida, Billy winter months when*the temper- Worship 10:00: a.m. end sons Gregg and Brad,I
Rose of Keystone Heights found ature sometimes drops as low as who have been stationed in'
Wednesday, July 20, Keystone vs.
plete that does not include an examination :-
Johnson, at Keystone. All games that he could raise larger, "hap- 19 degiees." With the aid of a'little St. William's Cathon Chapel England, spent last week with LISTINGS, WANTED

for nerve pressure.! start at 4 p. m.Transporting pier," and more healthy tropicalfish supplementary heat, Mr. Rose Keystone Heights !Mr. Rothhammer's parents, Mr. : ,

Many accidents Jo not produce our\ baseball teamto if he could keep them insidein plans to maintain a steady 70 degrees Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. and :Mrs. Grant Rothhammer,\ On Lakefront Property Improved and Unimproved

Immediate 1i-mptO'mJ.! Locating oul-of-town games is still a the winter without depriving for his tropicals.It Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. and other relatives. I Residential Farm and Business Property.!

'nerve pressure by your Doctor of serious problem. Parents willingto them of the beneficial effects of took careful planning and Tuesday Mass at 8:00: i m. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Chiropractic will reveal many conditions use their cars for this purposeare Florida sunshine. lots of research for Mr. Rose to Confessions before all Manes Clarence Holden and family were < INQUIRIES ,

not_ found ln( ordinary examination in demand. If you are available The solution is Mr. Rose's new solve the problems of raising Baptisms marriages and ln. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Gams, Miss INVITE YOUR LISTINGS.

'*. contact Mrs. Barry Wymanat 20 by 40-foot hatchery with 90 tropiC!J fish in North Florida, tructions by appointment (Continued on next Page i

Bring Your Health Problems 2983. To date, no volunteers.The per cent glass walls ompo5ed'of but now he says "I can boast of 1- J

to the Arts and Crafts Class will 200,individual panes of'glass. possessing the only hatchery of

meet on Tuesday of next week, "Still not enough glass and its kind in the business." :

The H. G. BollingerChiropractic as it did on Tuesday of this week, sunslu: e." said Billy. So he hit Frequently he is asked how he

due to swimming classes. Class upon the ingenious idea of using managed to form the concrete

Office, I will start at 1 p. m. and last until -'automobile windshields set in frames that hond the glass wind-

Chiropractic offices are loc>at d'at 3 p. m. On July 26, it will resume concrete frames to fashion 95. shields without leaking. This is ;,a .
meeting in the morning at per c nt. glass tanks for his' trade secret which he'is not ready .Tz
728 E. University Aver 930.; tropicals.It to divulge but declares that r

Gainesville, Fla.. Last Monday afternoon.. Key- required three years of three! years of study were necessary :

136 N. Walnut St stone played Waldo in the Key- searching from the southern tip before the correct formula S S s II'I :

Starke Fla. stone Park, and our team won of Florida to the Georgia line, to and mixing process' were perfected. :
find the 56 large front wind- .
shields necessary for his tanks, In liis new hatchery, located on k ,,w\

Mr. Hose said. .. highway 21, just beyond Keystone,

I Year 'Round Air Conditioning "It was a tough'"pTOblem,, but on the way to Melrose, Mr, Rose'

three years of searching, for the has 83 tanks, ranging in size from I SS _
big windshields have 'paid off." 10 to 100 gallons. These tanks
Rose declares. "Now my tropicals house several thousand rare

are happy, which in turn makesme tropicals flown to the U- S. by
FOR AS $ PERLITTLE happy. This winter' all of the plans trom distant lands in South

AS 'S 00 WEEK fish m my 60 putdoor pools-32 America, Asia, and the islands.. of .

different! varieties of them -will the Pacific.
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CALL REDFEARN KEYSTONE HTS. 104. on-Lake Geneva Wis. Bet ourlake :

4252 Bake Sale Tomorrow is the prettiest.
.i. :
Members of the Keystone Party At Livingston's
Heights Woman's Club will holda Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston ,

bake sale on Friday July 15, entertained Tuesday night for v.ic

starting about 9 a. m- There will their house guests, their nieces,

McKAY AT KEYSTONE be two locations for this sale: Peggy and Sue Livingston with a
near the entrance to the public
3 BR Frame, large all purpose room, bath,. centrally beach and near the post office.In cook-out and swimming and weather'sI01\

located in town., $4,750. $2,000 down. $35 per month. this way..more people, may be dancing party. Guests included k tbe

served.' Donand Jerry Widegren, Gary tnm ,

PARADISE LAKE LOTS-Sandy Beach, easy terms. Chance, Bob Morgan, Shirley you d-hot specials .
Program Committee re ,f
1500.; Dye, Agnes Watson. Carol Ash- look at these
Hard At Work ton Holl Bruce -ust ,
Nancy and Polly .
Building Lot 1 block .to school, nice neighborhood. -I ,
Somehow last week, the name Pievatt. Pat, Bubba Larry and ii
$1,000. Terms. of the program chairman for the Suzanne LaMee and Terry Maguire -

1960-61 season of _the Keystone Chaperones were Mr. and

S. E. MCKAY REALTORKeystone Heights Woman's Club was omit Mrs. Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. k

ted ,in the list of next year's Ed Conneen. '
'lZ ,
Heights, Fla. chairmen. In the view of the hard Rotary News .... ; .' ? '
work that has been done by Mrs. ; ;0 ,-,". -"" ,"
PHONE 3071 John Karges, this seemed unfair. At the regular meeting of the ,", 1'' ; ': :" "' > oj

Mrs. Karges is not only the second Keystone Heights Rotary Club ,

vice president for the coming last week. President Ralph Craw- Available Hotpoint Midsummer Sizzler

year but was also made program ford announced that at the meeting Quantity Model Prices
chairman. Several weeks ago of the Board of Directors on

Mrs. Karges held a dessert lunch- July 7, it was decided to, move" ((1)) ET12 Two-Door Combination Refrigerator-Freezer
eon at her home at which her the meeting place from the Wo 249.95

committee members made plans man's Club to the Masonic Lodge With Automatic Defrost. With Good TradeS

and worked on the year-books principally because the latter is 5

.. /I' whica are now ready for the air-conditioned. It will still be EZ12 Two-Door Combination Refrigerator-Freezer
printers. Mrs. Karges' luncheon the same time, same day. ((4)) 269.95

but --' guests were Mrs. George LaRue, Former Resident GraduatesWe With Automatic Defrost; Slide-Out Shelves With Good Trade
move (new president of the club], Mrs. have here a graduation announcement .

Roy Watkins Mrs. James Cook, from the U. S. Military EY12 Two-Door Combination
Mrs. J. R. Smith and,Mrs. J. A. Academy sent by a memberof ((1") RefrigeratorFreezerWith 28'9.95

Williams. the graduating class George ", Automatic Defrost With Good Trade
Peter Bare to his aunt Mrs. Aq-, ; Swing-out Shelves ; 11
Small World Department na James. This is of special interest
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Doyle to us, and to others who (It) RB042 30 In Range; With Clock-Timer r149.95

and son of Mishawaka-- Ind. are hare lived in Keystone for a ,
vacationing in Keystone Heightsdue number of years for the Bare With Good Trade

to: ,a strange; set Of circum- family lived in Keystone in the -' ,

stances..Last fall, when Mrs., Bill Rohl house on Lake Geneva, ((2)) ". RC16 39 In. Deluxe Range # -J S ,

... Lee new to England to visit her during World War H. Peter --was ,' ,', 49.95

lifetime earnings for the average college gradual family, Mr. Doyle was also a just a little tyke then and a *<"' :', ';' ',''' .r'J'7 r '.r With Good Trade
on the plane. They had member of the first class. yo : { :
are more than a quarter of a million dollars. passenger grade V?' V ) :.. -"- ', "
never met previously, but discovered His father was stationed at Camp LW025 Automatic Washer -
"For 56 representative colleges, fixed costs vary they had the same -destination Blandmg. Peter graduated from ((3)) ;' 149.95!

between$$00 and$2,300-with additional expenses :' Accrington Lancashire West Point Just 40 years after With Good Trade
$500 where, they both were born. Mr. his father graduated from the
perhaps more
Doyle hadn't* been the$ for 36 t
""Saving systematically at out bank now can at least years while Mrs. Lee had been same academy.We might also. add that another We Cannot replace all of these models in to our stock. This sale will be limited to the

help .to assure, the necessary funds when your away 31 year 80- when the former Keystoner starts at quantity of merchandise in our stock. These are all brand new Hotpoint Appliances

youngster teaches college age. Start next payday. Doyles planned their vacation West Point this month: Douglas No '
Repossessions. .
they included Keystone in their Graham. Douglas is the son of ;

itinerary so the two families the former Betty Church grand-
THE, KEYSTONE STATE BARK might become better acquainted. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. '

And one could hardly blame Sidney Church. Hence, the !identification :
Member FJXLC.' Mrs. W. B. Dawson 'mother 'if bf "the Church' house"This : REDEEARN': StLI:
she became confused when ad-
should the question.
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Commannr dressing-letters to her two daughters answer --
.. "Why do they call it the 'Church t 'pi '
; I Mrs Dawson.used to get her Phone 4252 : "
Keystone Heights, Fla. mail at Lake Geneva while ,her House'? It isn't near a church.' *t.A .*' Keystone Heights

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.pAkAAA A A A LA LA A A A A A&&&& l'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyYV' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rode qvmvvvvvyvvyvmvvu' ing being in the NWX of the XEV4 once a week for four consecutive Hellen S. Tennant Minervia L 16, Township 6 South. Range 22
of Section IS. Township i South. weeks In Bradford County Tele Baldwin, Robert M. Smith John I East lying East of said State Road _
MELROSEContinued end her sisters-in-law and Range 22 East'Bradford County grph commencing with the issue DIxon C. )(. Hopkins Dixon 200 and North )f eaid graded road

K.EYSTONEH.IGHLIGHT'S husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman CLAY HILL Florida. according to plat of same 30. 1960. Dixon. B. situate in Bradford County, Florida
rued m -Plat Boor tt Fag 25,'Frt- WITNESS my had and the seal E. Roundtree. Candacy Roundtree, ;
YTYYY.' Crosby, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ic Recants of Bradford County of said Court at Florida. Gilbert Dixon, Mary Dixn Ida You and each of you are hereby

Reddish and son Keith, and with Florida, and being bounded on the this 24th day of June, 19GO. ex Eugene Cox Dixon notified that a suit In equity has
[Continued From Page 7] By 3Ir I. L. Strickland North by the Section line on the (SEAL) Dixon May Dixon been brought by Charley E Johns
mYYYyyyyvvyyyyvvYVV" Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Harley Sr.. .A.A..A&&& &&A&& East by Northerly projection of -|181| Charles A. Darby if alive and if dead the unknown and A. E. McKinney Jr., ft plaintiffs

from 7) Gainesville and and other relatives and friendsof East right-of-way line of Delamy Clerk of said Circuit Court.4t heirs, devisees, 1l'lnor. credior against you and each of you.
(Continued Page Rita Garcia of
Little Henry England spent a; Avenue on the South by North jl! and other claimants to the and also against Bobby Donneti
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Garris Jr. of the community while spending line of Lot 5'- of mock B" of' said 1 after described lands by through, Franklin Bonnett. a minor ltn*a
CHURCH NEWSSt. their vacation at Kingsley Lake. few days in Hope Haven Hospitallact subdivision and on the IVest by Of A.nnU. ( TmmSrr. Deed under or against each of such per. Rachel Bonnett. a minor. Lucille
Palatka. I l week for minor operations the waters of Bedford Lake; Together el" ., 8.. sons who are deceased; and the Unknown Caryalin Mitchell, a widow. Luclle _____
Anne's Episcopal Miss Susan Bass Is in Winter Weekend guests of Mr. and with the improvements aitu- Is .1.1. given, that W. heirs devisees, grati'fs.1 Carolyn Mitchell Crew and Lester _

Anne's was extremely for- Haven visiting her grandmother I r Mrs. R. L. Morgan and daughters and is recovering nicely.: ate thereon, and the furniture and H.No. H. oilman, the holder lienors, creditors and other claimants II T. Crews, her husband LorenSO
I Mrs. Freddie Rosier was able to furnishings contained therein: and of the foUowUe has hi and to the hereinafter described Green and his wife Mae D. Greeaj
tunate to have Walter'T. Saffran. Mrs. Irene Bass. and cousin. Mrs. were their niece. Miss Faye Morgan i Together with the- riparian 'rights filed said erlfk&tH deed lands by. through under' T. J. Alderman and Effie AMeH

currently of St. Paul's Episcopal Woodrow Masterson.Mr. I.1 of Jacksonville and Miss Patricia return home from the hospital I thereuntD..ap9etainthg to be i su certllctf The,certliciatenunibers or against Paul Bennett dtf'ald. man his wife and Bradford roiA,
0- e4
where she has been undergoing ALSO' -' "i. "'an4 yean'of-issuants the and J. S. Dixon deceased;. .Myrtle I. (Y. a political subdivision of the _
Church in Waldo. filling In and Mrs. Alfred Harris Jones of O'Brien. 11 -*ter 'hlortgsgoi propettyn' ttPd' deseriptTon'e'f the property; and.the Ffcnnett Dors-ey and L C. Dorsey', Stat of Florida as defendants jn

the Rev. Mr. Breyfogle. July 10. and children of Wakefield Mass. Voting ,with us recently wereHarvey's treatment for some time. 'Putnam County!rand'"BradfordCounty. Damps to' which. was, assessed. are her husband whose rnidtn.ij I the Circuit Court of Eradford
\ Florida and not herein- unknown and also to County Florida, in Chancery the
J. \ ;
to Se- 1'he L. Stricklands spent an: ; ]i I I
Mr. Saffran will Harris' mother. mother Mrs. Leona McCarthy a9"(010'- title. nature of said suit Is and
are visiting Mr. atavrf- Mefwfrfted.PARCEL'S Xo U. Tear of Is wallet, Term. In the fall to enter Lottie Harris. and bis sister Mrs. John ;, enjoyable Fourth of July with -: anc. "JS58." ,:'. o. lien or interest in and to the fwl-i,I, confirm the title of said plaintiffs
the Theological. Mrs. Still'vell J'ra's niece Mrs.. Callie DeVellisa ,- '1.ot' Ode (I) JlAke1B; df6r* Description of Oom. at lowing property situate in Bradford j i to the above described lands as ajfc
his senior year Miss Oleda Bowen left Satur-i and children. Unda and Shore*.'1il"C01'4rnC:0' the FlaTthere'- jfE:Cor-f: $ "' operb ft for County, Florida to-wit: j I indefeasible fee simple title, and
SChool. day for a visit with friends in Johnny. and nephew. Dewey Kingsley Lake. Also visited'sister orTeen'TdM* Plat BOOk 2V4t I l P'.Cn' S IMtt. W 449 ft.. Beginning at the Northeast corner I' remove clouds therefrom and fa' _

The regular monthly covered Cross City. Jmes, all of Fernandina Beach.Mr. .. Lizzie Strickland at the Pg' U"Public. 'Records' of Bradr POB" .' t1 Set. 13,.T. S of Southeast Quarter of Northeast -I:I, enjoin ants. and each those and every claiming the defend under
r<-County. Florida. E. Quarter (SE' of XES) ofi;
I home of her daughter. Mrs. Ruby. v' I Pot 4
dish supper will he held at the Mrs. Norman Moltedo and children and Mrs. Clinton Norman >O'u which assessed Paul Section 16, Township C South I i them from asserting any right tide -
Parish House on Wednesday of Jacksonville and their guestsof Hiycs in Starke."Lizzie's health; Other' ;ortjaed'0prt:| >peTiy :' located I 'Sate .I : J ..":' 0':. Range :! East thence run South or .Interest in or 10 said lands.
lecently visited her parentsin 'to Ctfanty.." and 'Bract- I in1 And you and each of you are hera
last Putnam All of aW the V degree 11 minutes 50 seconds j
is much than the time
evening July 20, at 6:30.: Madison. I Louisana visited Sunday with better for' 'Cq\l 1T.' Florida and not here-. J Connty( 1'l'rj'bflnl, Florida East being along the East line of I I by summoned ordered and required _____
te file _
Th Nearly-New Shop Is moving I I Clinton's parents. Mr. and Mrs. we visited her. .' \haboVe'fcesoribed.TARCE .. .o i : said Section IS. for A dh'tnM of your written answer or dt''I
Miss Adona Mullis is visiting !,'* .. Unless ''snchCertificate & terttflcates 675.78 feet to the Northerly boundary ': tenses to the complaint in said
again! Be sure to watch for her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. !Frank Norman. It seems we aren't the only. Lotsu
he new location and the opening : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman ones who can catch "boogers" at (D' and Xtne'-Sj! ;. of Block Etr>n to law-'IUlal propertY described in ed road thence run South 88 de i! said Circuit Court In the County
in Palatka. I I Court House in Starke. Florida
Duck '
George aid on
I LI\1YI'stOtY. ruby tfIcaten'will
(UI'n. seheCrtlfiette e 14 minutes. 40 secondsVest I '
for 1. Prices i this n'fht! Not long ago when: it was t 0 IrUI or before July %S-. I960. and o-r
scheduled August Mrs. W. P. Guess of Stevenson.Ala. and children are spending .CompnnAddlt1OfltO. the .Townof1' be sold'totbehfcbest bidder 'ai the such Northerly boundary I on
:so not no one could sleep Susie Start*i Florida & "Section'Tw'ethy1ght' tne-fiJ'st Mon for a distance of & before said date to serve a copy of
have been lowered on most of the i,week enjoying their vacation on CUr' :: .4 feet to the *
spent the weekend with her Six such answer >r defenses Hot
Padgett heard the, folks at Ted,: Mi; Township Month ofAugust.. 1958. Easterly boundary right of I i upon
merchandise so that there will brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I i Kingsley Lake.Saturday .()'Soutll, Bang Twenty-Two' <2!) which. thVl'dny- August. 19(0. way of State R. %00 (as said rightof I lis V. Knight plaintiffs' attorney _
be less to move. Do drop In on I afternoon guests of Manning's house all hollering and, 'Eat :-together wIth: that *ertalunincorporated ; Dated this 9 day of. June., o. 19(0. way is n\\ ) thence run I whose address Is P. O. Box 842;
and E. M. Robinson. i Starke. Florida
Friday or Saturday of this week, John Mrs.W. Martin, State Depart- I'Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns were yelling and the dogs barking as'. Farm 'going Honi ind'trualtiessfcocrtra Ante (SEAL_.. f) :Chartfs A. Darby North seconds 12 8t'dlCl'11.long 1 mlnntt.said Easterly 40 Laws of Florida as and required the Florida by the ______

and take advantage of the sale!IOthti' 'their son and daughter-in-law, about something, It seems they 8npply;. located In Stark*, Florida .Clerk of.Circuit ur of .Brad boundary of state Road 200 Rules of Civil Proivdure ,If you _
ment of Agriculture, stopped over : had found an armadib on the, a&d all the good wares, merchandise County Florida.J. for a distance of 142 feet, thencerun fail to do so. a decree pro onfessa
ChurchesAt in Melrose last week to visit his 1 i Mr. land Mrs. Clifford Johns and st Clt.fn.tradefinnr..t, prU5S- 4t Xorth 77 38 I will be entered against you for th4
j'j'I' I/s .j2 degrees! minutes ______
the had relief
place and dogs gnawedits 29 demanded In the complaintThis
'f seconds
have soittprOierti West
t,1ncludiflg and
this time. we no news sister Mr. children of Jacksonville. .1'r ( along a JO/
brother-in-law and
I' ears almost off before ,they Dodgepanel truet? Identiflcatton3rirV2J Nk'ip .r 4ptIejih t.e'iii peed in each Easterly boundary) I order shall be publishedonce
from the Community Church the and Mrs. Clarence Holden. Pearson Cox of the Universityof I 55d. "Title' No' "4W S2.Jloirt ,-' Ill.IL ".i. .r- distance of l& fret, thence run a week for 4 consecutIve
First Church St. Wtlham's with finIshed it up with a piece oirail. CT-PMW trade name, goodwilL' North 12 degrees, 1 I weeks in Bradford County Telegraph -
Baptist or Miss Marian Bass is visiting her Florida visited Sunday c1itIciI hereby- given"that T. J. minute, 40 seconds a
published in
Catholic Church. Things I Well. we have never met one Iteetsea and 'all' emolumentsappertaining1 Atdertn'an the"'holder of the ollolng"dertitieaei "- East and along said Easterly newspaper
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. his mother. Mrs. Lois Cox. therto. ill aeh personal has tiled said certificates boundary for a distance of 557.99 said County und having a general _
of would do bt. do
have been pretty quiet probably. Cecil Thomas. in Lakeland. I My uncles. Elmer Fralick andJ. these but no "property located in Starte for'a tax deed to be issued feet to the Intersection of said circulation therein.

due hot weather. and scme yelling too if we saw one at Florida, thereon. The numbersand Easterly boundary of said right of WITNESS my hand as Clerk of _
the Providence
10 Fralick of
Mullis is visiting D. Ula. said Circuit Court
Miss Becky AI the of L
years ef e description 1'aT'Ith Jine of said Bradford _
Personals I her grandmother Mrs. W. C. Far- !Jiry cousin. Miss Gail Richard of I I II night.So now we give our papers Other mortgaged property located of the and the names SEli of XE'i. thf'nO run North O tlRty Florida and the seal of _
Mr. Edward Firth of over to Ted's family! in Putnam County and Bradford in which proput. are kS degrees 53 minutes. 40 second I saM Court at tarkf'. Florida this
and Mrs. first
nell. in Fernandina Beach. I Lake Butler visited the part Bill Pendarvls County Florida, and not nere-, follows: '.a a East and along the North line (.f.i l I'dia) of June. 191iO.

Flint Mich. have been guests at !of last week with us, and my uncle. and Maybelle Inabove described. CertificatE No. IS. 8a.1 Merose Duplicate Bridge win- Nrrman were both in the hospital PARCEL 4 of 198 feet to said Northeast curt Charles
White Feather Court for the past | Claude Fralick also of Pro- of Tear .Issuance: 1957. I A. Darby,
ners ;iast week were Mrs. Edna H. and unable to attend: services The Southeast Quarter (SB1) Description of Property: Elk 4 in ner of SEU of XEU: containing i As Clerk of Circuit Court .f
four weeks. They left on Wednesday Ividence 4. Southwest Quarter (SWU) of 4.21 I Brad. _
visited July Tempos Add ex lots i, 2 3 .of acres more or less, and being TVird County. Florida.
of this week for their home. Strawn and Mrs. Mildred Spires, ,, Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday. Those who the Southeast Quarter (SEU of Bit 4 See..:& T 6 S R 22 E.I all of said SE. of XE'.; Ofiteetion I lilt 1 It 723 _
1st; Mrs. Ruth Hollis and Mrs. were back with us after illnesses Section Two Township Name in which assessed Eunice
In the near future. the Firths expect '''R. M. Markham were Mr. and Range Twenty-three containing ten : j BB BHMBII

to locate in Keystone Flo Becker 2nd; Mrs. Bama Boyd I Mrs. Durshme of South Florida I were Tully Norman. Mrs. Pool acres. more or leas .uIQiS. sate property being in the I I ""We eliminate the middleman's profit

Heights.Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Scully, 3rd; and two sons and her' ..mother ALSO County of Bradford, State of Flori- _
Sunday and Mr. and Mts.Dobson .
and Mrs. George West and and Mrs. Bee Cooper and Mrs. of Clearwater on Monday. Mrs. Watson Nellie Wilkinson Other in Putnam mortgaged County property and Bradford located day.. Unless, such certificate or cern.tlcate'sl I One Quart _

Allen Graham. 4th. Mrs. Annie Blackburn and'sister, I County Florida, and Dot here-, he redeemed according
family of Jacksonville have been Each
and Mrs.R.
Sunday guest of Mr. inabove described. property described in I F R E Eltb
James Griffis and Betty
enjoying! their annual visit In L Reddish and son Keith PARCEL' S sucj certificate or certificates will or Gallon
Keystone as guests at the White Faith Presbyterian of Jack- Starling.) Four shares of capital common be eota'to th* highest bidder at the buy.
: Eva Belcher
Church Melrose was We had 64 in Sunday School stock of 4 ckson Ha.U.partml'Dt't curt house door' on the first" Monday : I I _
Feather. They have been vacationing sonville. I II Tn c:. a Florida Corporation evidenced in lUG i
School 1onth'of'
in Keystone-tor a numberof Sunday services-Church I last Sunday and just had 49 the by SUcK Certificate' No. 4. which is dlY' .A\g8t.Augst. 1980. Prices Start at $2 qt. $:.98 Gal (

9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 I Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Moore I week before. Pour new memberswere registered in the-- name. of' HowardC. (SEAL) i,
years. a.m. Rey. James R. Neale Jr., pas- veiled for three days recentlyfor Edwards; Charles A. Darby Clerk of Clr-
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Daw- enrolled. The Adult Wo Four shares of Capital common cult 'Court 0 Bradford Cunt.
tor. three days with Mrs. Moore'sbrother 1 the stock of Jackson Hall Apartments, Florida ,-30 MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
men's Class won the banner
are spending ten days at __
and sister-in-law Mr. I Inc., a Florida corporation, evidenced -
FontanaonLakeGeneva, Wis. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH last two Sundays, but our Begin- by Stock' Certificates Xo. '5. .tk. f A Bllcati IU,Tn. Deed 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
and Mrs. Shirley Judd of Or- .
close registered in the name of Emory See.14J P.S. _
They are the guests of Mr. Cais ners gave them a race. -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS bndo. E. EngeL Notice is hereby given that T. J. '
son'i sister Mrs. A. B. Jensen. iJ. R. Smith, pastor Ralph Services will be held at Padgett You and each of you are 'here Alderman the holder of the following T
I' Glen Johns son of Mr. and Chuich on Sunday. July 17. We by notified that a suit in equity certificates 'ha tie tail certificates
Mr. and, Mrs. Clifford Doyle Copeland, Minister of Music and Mrs. Morris Johns, and Sonny has been brought against you and for a be Issued

and son, Danny of Mishawaka. I church organist. hoj.3 to celebrate our birthdayby also against Thomas E. Thompson thereon. Te certificate number That's 'Our Biuiness
of Mrs. Lois Henson
Henson son and his wifeUarjorle Thompson; and Issuance the dfscrlptlon -
attending services in the years _
Ind. are spending a little time In Services: Sunday School. 9:45: both of Jacksonville are Howard "C. Edwards and his wife of the property and the names

Keystone Heights at ,the White a. m. Morning WorshiP. 11 a. m. spending a while with their morning, afternoon and evening., Naomi E. Edwards: Farm. Home in' -fh' It .assessed. are as If Its Glass We Have III I ____
and Auto Supply, Inc. a Florida '
Feather Court, and are also visitIng Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening I" CALL WRITE py VIIT
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. tvvyyyyyy1vyyyyvvyyyymGRAHAM Corporation; Baird Hardware. Company Certificate No 43. _
with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee. services 8 p. m. a Florida Corporatton and Year of htuant: 1958.
Johns. Mrs. Lois Henson visited Central Automotive Inc. a Florida" Description of Property: E"SS ft
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs Bill "Make church worship family Peters
a Joe
SunJay with her parents. Corporation in the Circuit Courtof of Lot : of Elk 1 In L T I Co's. g Glass Co.
Lee and guests, Mr. and Mrs. affair. ., Annie and the EIghth Judicial Circuit of S/D. "
MiS. Kelly's son Florida in and for Bradford 'County same which attested; Enoch
Clifford Doyle and son Danny, Florida and each here- 1 FOR NEED
daughter-in-law. Mr.- and .Mrs. you are Tyson. ANY GLASS
took a boat trip up the St. Johns "y.yvyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyYyy of llit. John McKInaey by summoned ,.ordered and requiredto An "Of eaia property being bi the
One Kelly and daughters We Front
Modern Store
to visit lOt.. file your written answer or defenses County of Bradford State of Flor

River, stopping at Welaka Bart!w will visit with her and ........yy..... to the amended complaintfiled ida. Just Mall ,Us ,A Pattern for I
with Mr. and Mrs, Roy Brown- KEILBRONN l I her other Scobie this week. herein against youin the above Unless lho certificate or 'c ytl-
former Keystone family. entitled Court and cause,' In fl Icates-shaU: be redeemed accordingto Table Tops
ing a They will also visit other relatives Mr:, and Mrs. John' McKinney the office of the Clerk of the afore law the property described in '

Pegzyt and Sue Livingston from By Mr*. Harvey McCarthyyyyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyyyyyy and friends in Starke and Hell- cekorated their birthdays jointly said Court at his office In' the I such' teUte-1e or certificates wtl tau N.W. 4th Ii!. Gainesville Fla. Phone FRo 2-4353
House in l."radtorlll bidder at'
Court Starke be
Sununerton S. C. are visiting -
Sunday .July 10. at their home
brorn. County Florida on or before the courthouse door on the fist Monday
their uncle and aunt Mr.and Mrs. Glen 8a1 1. son of Mr. and Mrs. with dinner on the ground and 8th day of August 1966 and to I. In Month of August whichIs

Gay Livingston, and .their- cousin. i I-.t. :. Sapp is enjoying working two large birthday cakes. Those lerve't'O ): of'Theron such A.- .answer Yawn. Jr or. the 1 .day of Aucutt 1960., 1S60.
t've missed defenses noon Dated this
Sony dy
folks. : I
Howdy DISPA'YCii'tD
Alec Uvingston; In Keystone I wth his grandparents in their present to help celebrate Mr. Mc- ode of plaintiffs attorneys, whoseaddress i (.nirpirnAb'- RADIO I j
Heights.Mrs. writing for'you for the last three Kinney's 73rd and Mrs. McKin- is; Post Office Drawer 791; I Charles A. Darby, O.erk of Clr- t
grocery store in Jacksonville this Starke Florida on or before cult Court of Bradford County

Henry Hall was expected .weeks but when sickness comes summer. Glen comes home on ney's 57th year were:, Mr. and date as required by the Laws II Florida.. 8-30. 4t '.% J'SERvIcE.SALES .
it can't be So if the '-'V. S -
horn this week after spending a prevented. Mrs. Bill Martin and childr Florida and. the 1951 'Folda'Rulesof .
migraine headaches will permit the weekends. 11o C\i Precednre. you fai N..ie'.sf A"lett. Tax Deed
week cr so at Bradford. County Misses Rosa and Edith Moore and Miss Dina Davis of Tampa: do' / decree pro confenso wi be : M.I *. .
HOSPItal..i. me and everyone stays well the Mr. and Mrs. Felton and entered against each of you the Kotice Is hereby 'given, that T. .J.lfmn .
Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter, n Graves relief demanded in the complaint.Tou \ the holder of the follow
will be I
Little Jeff Sargeant is makinga news written. appreciatethe Linda and young friend Dorothy Vincent a and Horace McKinney,of 'are further notified that the has' filed said certificates !

satisfactory recovery after being different ones inquiring about Nelson Lutz; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis,of nature of the said suit'-Is'to foreclose 'for a tax deed to be Isutdteeoa
Savage Mr. and Mrs.
Hospitalfor the column it always certain, znortgagte. given to The certificate numbts :
Bradford County
in Moore and children. Rayne and Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis the plaintiff and recorded in the yer of 118uante. the description -
about three days last week. makes reporters feel good to Youngblood of Zolfo Springs; MJ public records of Bradford CountyFlorida of the property, and the
know their material is looked for Jimmie, and Mrs. Moore's par- in Records Book '6. names in which it was assessed are \ -, '
Jeff xv ho Is the small son of Mr. Otcla
erts. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harrell. and Mrs. Eugene McKinney and at Pages Ut.B '277-279; as follow: I

and Mrs. Herb Sargeant, came and icad.Rev. and Mrs. Cornelious Moore en- son of Ona: Mrs. Emily Willis(19f and in Official 11. atPages Certificate X e. 3. ( ,
morning.At McGee of Jacksonville fill- 31-34; and in the public re- Tear of lsullf 1957. ) '' -
home Saturday
Jacksonville; Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard : Com. at
joyed a family picnic at Goldhead -rl of Putnam Cunty. Florida i* "Description Property
this writing. we were happyto ed the pulpit at Heilbronn Branch McKinney and daughters. Mr. "ford1 at Page SE lor of S\V\i 'of XEU and run .
have a good report on Herbert Church Sunday with inspiring Saturday.Mis. 508, together with a certain unrecorded 3J 40'"ft for' POB. run W 5 00 ft. .e SERVICE -
., R. L. Morgan and daughter and Mrs. Chester McKinney anc pledge agreement,. said X Sr f. E 509 ft S 63 t to poP
Nelson who has been In the messages. D. R. Russell Redding. children and Mr. and Mrs. George mortgages encumbering' all of the Sec S R 23 E. .
Joyce. and their house guests -
lands and personal beret 'Name In which assessed: Nora
Bradford County Hospital for chorister led the congregational I property
Misses Faye Morgan and Patricia Ti'wrj and children of Gains- tnabove dellbl'd. and t0 the Decreeing Suttoa. '
over two weeks. We hope he will singing with Miss Faye Morganof Jo' ': visited with Mrs. Lamar I vile; Mr. and Mrs. John Moody a of said propertyunder All of saifl property being 1. the RCA.ViCTOR ctf
Jacksonville the directIon 'bf said State .of Flor.I4 -
continue to make satisfactoryprogr and Miss Patricia of Starke Miss Coutt CO\U lf &
: Brown of *
Rfidish and new-bora baby girl It Is herebyOrdered that .
ss.Mo' Jones of O'Brien serving as. pi* Wauchula snob certificate- certificates STEIZOaZADIO WOodland469O1 SERVICE ON .J
at the Alachua General Hospital ; Mr. and Mrs. J. jD der and notice shall bt published 1 .
and.Mrs.. Tom Lovom ofBelton I l anists. once 'week for four consecutive shall be redeemed according fZ
in Gainesville Sunday afternoon.: McKinney and.sons.of Lake Ciy$ ; weeks a In The Bradford County to law the property describedIn I 4IEPAIIS ALLMAKES
Texas are vtsitui? their Impressive services were held Mr. : or .--------
Warren Johns returned recently. and Mrs. Mack Abernathey Telegraph, & sewspaperpublished such cerilct tl'rtilcatl --
son and family.. the Richard T. honoring Rev. and Mrs Otis T. and In Bradford County Florida aadhaving will be
from two weeks' at the son oX Silver Springs: aid door the first "
training courthouse
: a general. circulation in said at the --f
Jones and daughter Miss Patricia .
Lovoms. When thejrreturn home. Army reserve camp at Fort Gor-' Mr. and Mrs J. W. Vice and Mr. Cnt Monday I 10nth' of August, SHEPHERD
Jerry Lovorn. their grandson. will Jones. who were departing Conklin. my hand as Clerk of the which .to- of August. 15O'1 ;
from don. Ga.James. CircuitCourt 4t f 'Bradford County, Dated this 28 day of June C. CALL 5T"UI
accompany them for a visit. the church. Special singingof I OFFICIAL-'SEAL> IKMAM) D.CREENOWNER. 412 ?
Gloria McKinney Florida and the seal of Curt (
returned .
During their stay In Keystone the pastor's. favorite gospel Cowart. son of Mr. and home at Starke. Bradford County, Charles A Darby Clerk of Circuit .

Heights Tom Lovorn. who is 67 songs were rendered by Miss Mrs. Floyd Cowart. will leave July Saturday after spending da this June 30th 19(0.SEAU ( Cf Bradford County 1
three 721|
weeks in Tampa with her ( 1' 4
Joyce Mrs. Glen 31 for his six months National fr
years old. learned to water-ski Morgan Norman CHARLES DARBY, Clerk of '
Grid training in South Carolina. sister Mrs. Bill Martin. the Circuit Bradford. .. .( ApjU'dtloa Tax Deed
with a good bit of proficiency. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish, with Court '' -
Mrs. ':"ounty. ,
Lt and Mrs. Rand Edelstein returned Mrs. Reddish playing the piano. Mrs. Lois Cox and sisters Misses Ray Hines spent the By S/ Marian 1 Crosby -Notice 1e l 11"--c\G that T. J.

last week from a wedding After the morning worship the Rosa and Edith Moore visited tives.weekend in Orlando with rela- : Deputy Clerk Alderman certificates the haft' filed the Mid following certificates --

trip to points of Interest in South pastor and family were surprisedwith Thursday of last week with theirpunt Theron A. Yawn, Jr. for a tax deed to be Issued '

Florida and are occupying the a basket farewell dinner. Mrs. Laura Raulerson and. NOWTJ OP \TEVTIOX TO Pst Office, Florida Drawer :' thereon.years The jet Issuance certificate; the- numbersand' description -

Bert Christoffers cottage on Lake Heilbronn Church and entire her two daughters in Jackson- RKGISTKR Finrnors xiMEXotH Comer Hall of the porty. and the .me

Genet. They will be here until community will miss the Jones ville. They were also supper is her,by given that the 713 rngraham Building In which It Wi "se4-
Undrigned under the UUml 3T. follows:
Aug. 1 when Lt Edelstein will report family and will always rememberthe guests of Mrs. Cox's soninlawnd of Chapter 20.95S Laws of Florida. Attorneys Foida' Certificate Xo.. 9,. Tear o Isenanee. .- TEi.1flMs

to Fort Bennlng. Ga. to en- !ove and service they offeredto daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl AN Clerk* I":1IJ1' will regl"ter' with the $17 4t 7128XOTICR ; t957. .
of the CircuitCourt.. Description or Property SW 4
In and
ter Ranger Schol of the Infantry our church and each one of Nonaan. while in Jacksonville.Miss for Bradford County. Florida 8F ITK\TIOX 'T-- Lout. Wo1aw Sec. 1 T 5 8 o,. 4 Has the most

Airbourne us. May God bles these wonderful on receipt of proof of publication RECISTr.R FICTITIOUS SAME 22 E. :
Louise Cowart. daughterof of this ntlo. th* fictitious name .Notice' Is hereby given that the Satoe :in which ajsesefl Canton -
Lt. Charles I Chuck Newman people as they go forward in His Mr. and Mrs.. Floyd Cowart. of same Memory Met1lod' Pox 3U. .undersigned under the 'prboDI G. WmlaD', 0

recently received his discharge work. and Miss Charlene Cowart Barke. ..FIa.Xe4t of Chapter 20,953: L. ; 114 propenr being In theCtuaty COMPLETE mm SERVICE
Acts of lS4t'will: with the Bradford."State FieriJa. -
from the Navy and is now associated We would like to thank North- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fla. 1'J01lll80o.owner.Pox I. Ru'erd Clerk of the CbrcoU Ctrurt is and o

with the C. J. O'Connor side Church for their invitation j Cowart. are visiting for two weeks Dated this 7th day of July. A. D., receipt for Bradford of County.of 'publication Flct-ida. upon.of UUts> IUo certificate or certificates iff town! -
redeemed according
real estate and appraisal serviceIn to be with them for their with their uncle and aunt Mr. 1960.Florloa.at SUrk' ,Bradford, County, ,. 1 I I notice, lof fictitious Bane &f to'law th* property described .' I

Keystone. Lt. Newman had Homecoming Day that annuall and Mrs. C. B. Pepper of Miami 7,7 Snack Bar. under which I amexeacd' such.certificate or certificates
4t 722I. | in 241 Temple
: at the
Sunday. Some of our busntu-'at be'gold ts this highest
been serving as Intelligence Officer Little Susan Kelly'of West t .be Starke court house door on the first Monday COLOR.MIXING MAGIC! .
were able to attend and I know Tfcf rirralt C..rt Of The F.I..t'- A. Ferber 107 N. E. 7th St., in the month of August 1969, -
at the Jacksonville NAS. they enjoyed it. ;!Palm Beach is visiting with .tllelal 'Jre.1t Of FI rI4a 11 Oaiaesville P1oi'ldasole i owner. which Ia-the 1 day 1969. Afry.faiat cok> .'14 *h3tch "

I I her father. Warren [Scobie] Kelly Aid F.r Dr.llfrel f. .tl'. .I. Dated 'this 29th 'day ef.June, H ,Date this ** day o AuC1. 19(0. ...oa cur Keaa COLORMETER&JYICE
Tne Young People's Sunday I C.baRe7. D. Bradford
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL at Starke County.
and her grandmother Mrs. fSE.U '
School Class had a delightful soda1 ,. Case ,0. U.8.1 FlorWU. Charles A. Darby.Clwk .
CHURCH:, KEYSTONE !Annie Kelly. Also a guest in the ErcU :Hjn-rx .futatiff. v, 1/3& 4t :7121 Pdfii of Circuit Court of Bradford BY EXPERTS

Sundays 9:30 a. m.. Church Kingsley Saturday Lake during with swimming the day and at i t Kelly home is Susan's aunt, Miss Thomas Marjor R Thompson Thompson'and; Howard hi.C.wife.Ed- The 'Urcalr-r ert Of BratfcriO Couaty.. Florida.-. ia: 4t Til1m ., ._..-we GA aoaef II your questions ._ _

School. 9:30: a.m. Morning-prayer Diane Hatch also of West Palm warda and hi* wife. Xaoml E. FA. FtorUat la Chaatery ai.r' !." 'As*. -

and Sermon (1st Sunday, Holy a delicious barbecue steak supper;I Beach. wards; Emory E. EllIel a single !, C Xo..12-831 1.1 f. F. fOP-OOAUTY PAINTSSherwin.Wllraams )
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. man; Emory E. Engel a singfc. vs. Thom. tn re: Estate
Communion). 6 MAr PlalnUr o Ala cmpanpla Paiots tefAUTHENTIC _
p.m. Episcopal Visiting during 'the man. as Trustee f.r Howard C. Ed as dec'easd. are
Young Cnurcnmen. Jinvnie Lee which climaxed the !:i holiday wards; Ralph K Kramer, The G NOTICE. OF SUIT Of Vlttsg Prfltion For fer fIIfIf1 Wp05I
enjoyable day.Congratulations. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. United States of America; Farm- la The Name' Of TU St 'N4ll'l ,, .r-

Holy Days 7:30 a.nt. Holy I Bond were their daughters and Home and Auto, Supply inc.. .,Florida-To: Thomas 'G: kit '1nt& 1 O Adunlaof'T' Citfrn muNC
Communion. are extendedto Florida ,Corporation Central Auto there Drive, Court, given t COlOR-
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish faaOies. Mr. and Mrs. Vesta Miller motive Inc, a Fnwida Corporation 110 4 IU1aS hav, IC i bJ as administrator G
Third Wednesday Parish I I At ofork. Trglnta- T et war bow Color Harmony
and .etus
Baltd '
Hard* that'suit '
are Company. a
ind two daughters. and Mr. J>-J herb of'the Anna
Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30 who are the proud parents of a lenaants. in 8uiy. which the reliEfs'Sght CHnr> decea>>d:' that 1 hayS _YQJmal bomsr a copy...1aEZ. .
baby girl. Karen Ann born Wed- I and Mrs. Vernon McEwen and Order Of Publication And Notl '1 divrte.'pn4ente the 'and filed .al for final discharge; .- .

p.m.The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle nesday, July 6. at Alachua General -!Miss son all Wilma of Sylacauga. Ala.. and To In Defend The Same Of The_ ..State Of pernjan child support cSt iluco-"eUMren., iib4e and": .ett I.'.t dpIy" Tawn to Bond of Montgomery, Florida: t -
Vicar. Hospital in Gainesville. Mrs. filed against
e JnCre Rrdford'County. Fleridain ._ .. _. .
o '
I TO --
; Ralph E. "
Kramer 'above '- -
Reddish 'Ah. whose EdiMBplalntift.. 4q _'the ? at 'T.'bf -
the former Miss Barbara residence! is V7 *U1B _Road. Fair named Court and 'cause; an1 yob ?i. M.laJ 'U:4J.t the Jul rANIMG CONntAOOS
TRINITY EPISCOPALCHtrtCII. Jean Norman. daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. B. White's RawB New Jersey a.4 Emory E. art VranrtDM. errftred 'a" reuire and for to discharge a* tAi Iff US KCOA04BO A COCO

5IELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman. ?wt last week was Mrs. White'sbrctherinlaw Engel. X5rr whose r *ide.w is 157 Orchard t fU yonZwrlttf. .ro\. "tatr of'the estate ofinna Cam-
vs. Lakevood
7, Oht a the complaint in 'sld ..oc.s'ia.Jun. ,
Sundays 10 a. mn' Church Mrs. Delories Carmichael of Richard Adkins and their unknown erantees cre K \QNO i. 'office ''f the QBdervlgned 21. ISSflk $NIIIWINWILLIAMSC .
tors, successors, and ai-gitfu and ftt Flor IS! IT. TattpanefiaAffnitatetf
School. 11:15 Morning Ck o.WCor @
Prayer Jacksonville
and children. Mr. I of Kansas City. Mo. all other panto or persons claii. 1* .m ftt 'tn estate of An
.br Ui.
and Sermon (First Sunday, and Mrs. S. T. Shultz of Hamlet. Leon White, son of Ur and Ing them-y, throUgh. under or against *rli eoy'th.reotVn na CaapanelU, .tUf'd.

Holy Communion). 6 Episcopal respectively; and all persons ,.IUV KnhrMlauitlfrr attorney, ; cnti A CHARGE ACCOUHT WE E'VEI' -- -
p.m. N. Ci Mr. and Mrs. M. L.' tm":1 ,
Beachof or parties
I Mrs. J. B. WhIte. and Buddy baring or 'claiming to whose ad4r .M is P, Q. EXJI. 84.SaPko'FlorIdt"on :. *!. ." -- -T- '

Young Churchmen. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. I Bcnifay visited last week with hare and right, title or interest in o btt" said If "Tiie..*Cirt tt Ceut Of. Bta4rr4
Holy and to the following described .date, as re uirtd ty th 'of ''C.. Pi I'bnry
Days 10 a. m. Holy Arc ty;
Carmichael of West Palm I Baddy's grandparents. Mr. and lands knd'ehattels lying and being Florida Florida Rates at 0 ,. N., STARKE BUILDERS

Communion. Beach and Mr.and Mrs. Sinclair Mrs. Bonifay. of Da.vtona Beach In Putnam Bradford County, Florida, and In Civil.1.ate'If yen fay t flo ,4tLatey ,} oha.J'at P1f SUPPLIES
The RetMHlard.kBreyfogle Ftorida. to-wit a confeuo tnfs .
.O' de b ;"
Harley Jr. of Jacksonville visited PARCEL I G .1 De
Well neighbors looks I've made r m for fee r.Jl ;
Vlcar.- .ctb
: Decently with Mrs. That certain portion of "Th Hav complaint. 'fn4OCE Phone WO .4.4201 -
,._ ... .' Carmichael's up for the lost time, .bye now. f th OF srar : Starke Fk
". r\ en-Bedford, Lake" a subdivision.ly- "i *, i',.' ae 1B O!..To: I -




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:Robinson and Eula Mae Robin- I young son. Benson
ws'on 1;son. Sixteen persons were presentto were weekend Uests of Genard'l / JMERAW3 .
INTEREST ; join in this gala celeb 'attpI I Ozora Shell. Mrs. Cooper .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy For many years he has worked fraternal ,sister of both being a.I .
I ,
with Jones Funeral Home, and is. I member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority -i GREEN 5TAMiGTI41 ) .
Chora Shell I the husband of Mrs. Janie S. Inc. anQ Kappa Delta Pi honor t

. - . . .' . I Mitchell, organizer of Dell Chap society. She is the wife of ,r
V A A A A&&& &&&&&&j i.auuAduring
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ter of Order of Eastern Star 168. Bertrand Cooper, bandmaster of
Camp. Wocdrest July to attend this camp She served efficiently and falthfu'ly Griffin Junior High School, Tal- 5' Clip H.

A bus load of children from in August. as Worthy Matron until her lahassee. ,' / This % a, QQ to.
Bradford County left Monday Camp CoacoocheeThe I illness made ,it impossible,for her Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, ,a u I Ifl III A1 QQ QQ .
morning to spend a week in camp Boy Scouts of Troop 71 j to retain this position of leader- Rev. L. A.. Sampson pastor., ,will Coupon
that is sponsored by the Chil- I will attend summer camp during.,ti i!,. She is convalescing nicely hold regular pastoral services on I r ;ra I
dren's Bible Mission. These pupils I the second week. This year camp;l!and still a loyal member cf Masonic !Sunday: starting with Sunday, Merchants G
have earned this free week in I:I will open on July 18th and will 'I family. We wish .for Mr. I School at 10 a. m- Supt. Fannie' With p -
camp for having memorized at (extend over a period of three I II Mitchell many more happy years. Frazier in charge' ; 11. a. m. morn-I' N ,{; 'may tQUANTIT'i 0 Y our Pur chas..of
least 300 Bible verses during the I weeks. Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall -Ranell English, reporter. ing worship: ,5 p. m. evening wor- >ra ?or Mo* Food Order
school term. Supt. H. P. Morgan I Si, is asking all parents of Vacationing ship. AH members, are asked 'to'I e .
has supported this program because (scouts to let them attend camp,' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dell and pay pistors salary to Class Leaders 1 Andresptres
It lends itself to "Moral i'July 2530. This will be a wonderful Ronnie are on v eatlon'from i and please attend and bring

and Spiritual Foundations" in II way to spend a vacation r New Method and Big Dad respectively your friends and visitors. Don't Sun luly 11, 1960.
the public school program. Special ',as a member of this organization.1 1I I for two weeks. Theyare (I forges Junior Church meeting and y s I' aa.
permission was. ,granted I The fee for the entire week is only -I ',touring Florida and South I choir tehearsal since we must get r/l t.r 1

_ Coach Elmer Shell to drive the | $11. This includes meals as J Carolina and will go as far north ready for the Sunday School { FJ, t, p t
bus to Polk City where these well as sleeping facilities. All;as Norfolk Va.. Staff Sgt. Robert 1 1 Conveition. Mrs. Givens, president liGHTS t '
girls will enioy Christian leadership committeemen are asked to see I I Green left the city last'week to ol Missionary Society of RESERVED

and fellowship for an entire Scoutmaster Marshall and pay :I return to his Navy Base in Cali Lake City District, is attending M V ESTERN LEAN MEATY
week. Good housing facilities your membership dues so that the:fomia. He will be joined by his an Elementary: School Improve-

food swimming, and religious I new charter will be issued at wife, Thelma early this fall. lit-. ment Workshop in Tallahassee.
activities with well trained con- once. Plan now to attend the next:| tie Theiessa English and sister,I She is studying in the area of". i
sultants and, volunteer workers. meeting of American Legion Post!Deborah, are visiting their father -I"Reading Comprehension" which

The Bradford County reoresenta-I. 314 so that you may get an up-I Rayford English, and stepmother will help'in improving reading' 'instruction CUTS39c
tives are Misses 13t'U'and Thompson -, to-date report on the activities j They have spent a delightful at RJE this fall. Supervisor 320 S. WAtHUT ST. P
i of the post as well as the Boy I week in Starke with Neal Shell is also in attendance ,
Mtofonarr Camp I II Scouts, auxiliary to this group. I Marshall, Jr. and other playmates where they are working as a team }IAKM:. FLA. r gj

The Misslnnanr! Camo: that I is I Home Again I in South Starke. These lit- from Bradford County. The I
held Annually at Florida Normal: Airman 1-c Liston Lawton and I I tIe sisters live in Gainesville.! workshop will close on July BLUE, RIBBON TIP TOP QIV TV !EAVY WESTERN MATURE BEEF
and! Industrial Memorial College I I his family are visiting parents Gwendolyn Robinson, talented I due-t : the holiday on July 23\\

will be held again this summerIn and other relatives for two, weeks.I daughter of Mrs. Bertis, Robinson -,Plan now to visit the church
Aneust. According to Mrs. M.' Mrs. Lawton is the former Palm left the city to attend Camp your choice each Sunday Chuck Sfeak LB C.

J. White the earls will attend the Diggs of Starke. They have a five Woodrest for the second time. I the, summer.. Don't forget the sick' 01'
first week ,nnd boys the second. month old son, Marvin, who is She will be a member of the and rtiut'in, members of our'
Definite Information will be released also vacationing with his grandparents ninth grade next term at RJE. church and community.. ,J.

) in the next Issue. Plan j. Deacon and Mrs. John CHURCH NEWS Given, reporter. FRESHLY
Diggs. The Lawton are stationedat Ebenewr Baptist Church. Rev., New Bethel Baptist Church

BRIGHTEN UP! Westover Airforce Base, West- E. O. Robinson pastor will worship Rev. A. ,B". Vensin pastor, held
over, Mass. They reported a delightful with ,Mt. ,Sinia Missionary I regulpr communion service on Bee LB
Painting and Decorating
motor trip south. Baptist Association at Rutledge. i Sunday starting with Sunday I V

At LOWEST PRICES Birthday Party Combined Sunday School will beheld School.!at (9:30: a. m. Supt.,Milton'
CaDDAWKINS On Friday July 8, Deacon with services throughout the Ellerson in charge; morning 'wor- BLUE RIBBON TIP TOP QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN MATURE) BEEF

The Painter Vasco Mitchell was honored on day. The Sunday School and BTU !ship at l\\ a. m.. music by Choir ,

his 69th birthday with a party. Convention opened Wednesdayand No! I. Mrs. Margaret DeSue, BONELESS
414 E. South St. Hostesses for the occasion were: Hill close Sunday night. Rev. oresidc'nt:. 3pm. Communion ROr iSV :90.

Mesdames Ranell English, Bertis, Robinson has accepted the call service,: 7', p. m. evening worship1. lB
''to Pleasant Grove Baptist Churchof The Sunday School and BTUConvention CROSS RIB K
Kea stone Heights. He delivered will convene this

his first sermon in the beautiful week at Moraine Star Baptist,

AQUA ,POOLSAll b .kd rote:: that was ,presented by Church, Rev. W, D. Dennis pas
members of Ebenezer on the first tor. Miss Gwendolyn Marshall will| t,, v 'a
_ r Sunday. Now Rev. Robinson can
be. the delegate; ,for New Bethet'j'
New. All Shapes] be heard in the Starke area three Baptist &\; this r

times each month: first second, August 14 the annual Men's Day
and third Sundays. The Junior program will be observed at '
Angel! Choir entertained the -d':: f
which time) the baby contest, now
chorister Mrs. Ranell English hi progress; will close. A' very fine ,
with a, party at the home of Mr.I program 1 is,being planned for this N FRYER PARTS
and Mrs. David Jones last Friday i observanCe All members are ask: I
night. A delicious repast was served -
ed for 100 per cent support on -
alter which the group presented -i this program. Pauline' Marshall;
Mrs. English with a lovely I
black patent leather handbag..I I reporter.HAMPTON.

X M... .c AS LOW AS This group of singers appear!,, f ;: TT TTT .yyyyy' ) BREAST 59 BACKS 15c5.1
$2 000 each first Sunday with Mrs. Ruby L@

Mae Fisher at the ,piano.i! :
: 12 x 27 Size Plan now to attend Sunday
School each Sunday at Ebenezer I I I

Keystone Heights 4305. .. No Money Down ,with Supt. Henry. ,Bryant, in;I Ii i By Air. D. E. Hill rftl .", .
,- charge Prayer' service at 8 p. m.1 l &A&4A.&&.&. .. : lEGS' IBJICH 49' WINGS lB 29c
To 5 Yrs. To Pay
(Collect Calls Accepted) Up each Thursday night Deacon Hoi'i I Council Approves '
sea Hawkins in charge.Ranell'
3 English, reporter.. Water Rate Increase :, "' PSG ALL MEAT FAMILY SIZE "
CONSTRUCTION CO. Water rates for Hampton will r-' i
TRIES Tallal.asee Visitors MA WELL HOUSE :
be increased to $2.50 and $3 per ;
Mrs. Mildred CooPer, Guidance Dmner FlanKs 79c
P 0. Box '557 Keystone Heights, Fla. Counselor 'of Lincoln High month beginning August 1. The ; *\ INSTANT 6 01 JAR ', Lm6! '{
increase in rates was approvedby
r I Soho, Tallahassee and herr
'I the city council at their regiular : FRESHLY CUT
j meeting at the city hall on I COFFEE c

... Tuesday evening last week, when
--::: -< r SNAPPER ST EAJ 13 51},
"'" !M. L. Watterson. owner of the| ,
r ". ,
,> s' water works, explained that in- -
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1: ,*':' .....-._ loa, expense ; .,
> ( they raise. '
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,'. ", ,, 1 t"" ..., '::" Mr. Watterson told the council I 'FYNE.TASTE BISCUITS;
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:;F "- -*;' '' that under the present rate the 1
'" 'HO"L, "... }
; water works is not paying its
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"'< .. '. ( SPEND .ut.... l
> -J' ways to continue operation it I
S { A- 11 r
fAr unlit' .QUALITY
> _! tx' would be necessary to have an increased ;,
V ': .
!' \ 'AV' fllft.. income. Drilling the new \ r.V.V fFE C

t:'"<,:, '' ,,';\, SAYMONIYJ :/ well has also caused extra ei- : ,c 0 E 5 j CANS 3C 5
ff t V I.t pense at the present time. There
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;:;'+A'V;', > >. ,, "' are presently 105 water users 5 GIANT 6 OZ 1 1nY JAR .
(;, 1 r :::-: Y- here, he said. -
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Other business at the council V
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.1 : included the report that 18,street V
:',,, A: :; .' signs'are'completed and ready to V V
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s t ,, be erected and painted during

"*,'*>:'M."".. The: "dog" ordinance is now in ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT
',{' ,,>;;:' \, ct,-.'1. effect and stray dogs will be.
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y' "x.J picked up by the marshal. The ;F
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l t"Ni: i+ {" .' council also agreed for several GT

-I VV ,'$,Ii.,'it"II, ',!",, loads of cinders to be used as fu| 'It

I j\1 r in low spots around town. One PKG

_ bond was forfeited during thi? .
last month, for reckless driving,
ot () the trarthal: reported. .. YOUR CHOICE OF DETERGENTS
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Present for the meeting, were it.5v V WITH $500 FOOD ORDER
Mayor Watterson W. H. Maxwell,' .;

clerk. Marshal Leon Sauls, Coun- : TEX .,WHITE L
cfl' Chairman! C. R. Cox, and !
SUPERMARKET councilman: D. E; Hill and G. P. GIANT

H V. Wadsworth.r.iuIWs.. "DETERG Nf'BLUE SIZE 3cl

Allen W. Hart, who has been
living in Lawtey moved tci the '
former Bert Hinson home in : :
i'' Mv KlTCEN'/ Hampton last weekend. Mr,..Hart, :

a widower, has three school'age rV1LSONS
T daughters who are now visiting inPensa.ola
!P- ..... t
: \ .. with an aunt- and will ALL
A modern ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER is a double-duty food cmtaj be here with their father soon LEMONADE '

for fresh and frozen foods. and lots of ice cubes too. SAVES WORK-just reach, Mr. Hart'is employed at the Bl' T
for whatever you want for family or unexpected guests. Frost-free models en6j Thomas sawmill. BAKE-RITE' 3 LB 49c LIMEADE KEy ti 0Z cJ

messy defrosting .,SAVES TIME-cuts shopping trips 'way down. Perishable f 9d''! Mrs. Verna Young Howard CAN GAROEff GOLD CANS -.
can be stored in die zero-zone section till needed SAVES MONET:" you can stockj Young and Mrs. Irving Young ORANGEDRINK
I on "specials" at bargain prices-eat better at less cost-conserve leftoversP and[ son have been on a: trip tq'1 THIS J PURCHASE.VVJJH $SDO OR MORE FOOD ORDER

saves GROPING, FUMBLING-slide-out and swing-out eEelves and ooh drawer dew Jersey to'visit Mr. and Mrs. '
put everything i in easysight and reach. Walter Young and
f t' 4. \'I Mr. and Mrs. Howard: Hill and LADYFAIR, GOLDEN <33* VALUE) '

Time to"retire"your old-fashioned modern Aa ELECTRIC: HOME.FREEZER, too (fa -' f whir? of Illinois ire here ,.visitin?I j ICE CREAM LI 49 : "
refrigerator? Insist on a import.atuBetserFbridtlivm13ectriaoRyf: with Mrs. HUTS brother, Jamesj I ,CAL 1 z29Il c

.ALL-ELECTRIC refrigeratorp y. for itself in savings. Cheat model or upright Brazier who' has been fiery ill I CTN CUT
firmer.It'.cbeaper tobuy.cheaper type cd be. placed aaywbert-in tIr.e. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Green Mr.; ;

k use;and w2J maintain: a cleaner, kitrbea pantry utility room cc prp.THf . and Mr?. Roger Green and Mr.: l ci SAVOR JHAT NUT LIKE FLAVOR FOOD'' FAIR AND ,ALL OTHER BRANDS
cooler kitchen. and Mrs. William Earheart of

"t g.l DISPLAY. AT YOUR ELECTRIC, APfLIAKCf VEALC NOW -' Anjdrew in ,Ftoridal Ind; have and been visiting acationiii herewith -i i 1 AVOCADOS: EA 19, FRESHMILK! CTNTihmS G AL43c tt
V5 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMP the,Joe Forsyth family and .
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__ HlLflN9 lUlU; I'LORJDA 1 NVm' MJ'I.-, ." Ina Knight _: '---..:...;...... --..,. -_"-'c'.a.=- tl.' ... .--,. ..-_- 90"-' ,,'"., 1 -:";" '.-=--
I ;dIr.-.c.y
Glenn McIntosh was able to _. \, ... '. ( ..
; -I.4d-gtlPd t : came orn?..MflrKy after several J,, .' ,- ,
1 : i
> ; ... 7! IT' .... J days in Bradford County Hospital t :, '
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:;':: .TT.TTTTT....TTTT.....TTTTTT the Community Center fund will and baby visited relatives in Lake I noon I Nellie Osteen have returned to cinati. Ohio, who. have many HAMPTON CHRISTIAN I f.Bradford T'h5':(slaty C *itr Jade'Flcritala dmri. Of
be held Thursday. July 21, at 6 Gutter and New River last Sun- Mn. Nora Holland'and childrenof their homes in Tampa. They have I friends here. Rev. Roman Alvarez CHURCH : Probate

THERESSA p. m. At this time a program for ilay :.fternoon.I Alma, Ga. were: vlslttni'Mr.., been guests of their sisters Mrs. brought the message at the even- Sunday Bible School, 10 a. la Re:.Estate of John J. Cowart,
our young people will be set up I Mike Runnells has returned to and Mrs. Calvin Johnson two$i I Lula Norman and Mrs. V. R. ing hour. m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m.; Dec .Rd.. "- .
and every family of the community his home in Gainesville after a days this,week: Reddish, for several weeks.. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis and Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer All:OTICK TO having CREDITORS claims or demands
By Ruth GrUfb is urged to attend. Please rbit? with his cousin. Plen Gnann. Miss Jackie Parrish of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling of granddaughter, Laverne Lewis of meetng even Tuesday at 7:30p. persons against the estate of JohnJ.

a7mYvvTvrvYYvnvi.mCommunity faring tea, salad, and dessert to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Han Jr. ville was home with' her parents JackonvlUe"were; visiting Mr. and Plant City, visited relatives here m. John W Ite, pastor. notified. Cowart and, deceased required to are file hereby their
go with the fish. had:: as guests last week Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parrish, for:. Mrs. George L. Shuford. on Sun- last week. clams in tfte office of the County
Center Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Cloversettle Hall's parentS: Mr. and Mrs. Sam the weekend. day.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petcher ,of HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Judge in the of County Bradford Court County House Florida-at
Activities Planned and children visited Mr. Clover- RoKlir-i'! ; her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and I I Jacksonville visited relatives here Sunday Sunday School 10 Starke. Florida within eight calen-
There will be a working at the settles mother, Mrs. Hettie :sister, Mr. and Mrs. L A.. Thorn- and children visited her mother; children of Jacksonville spent and in Starke last weekend. They R. m-, Morning mesage 11 a. m. dar months from the date of :the
Community Center Wednesday Jones, in Jacksonville recently. ton 1 ;, and friends, Miss Fern Gas- Mrs. Eva Crowl!, in "Largo last Sunday with Mrs. Dobbs"'parents'l were Sunday overnight guests of Training Union 7 p. m. Evening lint same publication will become of this void notice according ofthe -
afternoon' July 20 from 2 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan :away and "Roy Gasaway, all of weekend. 'II Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman at message 8 p. m. to law. This 'th day of July
until work is finished. Please have returned to their home here LaGrange, Ga. I Mis. Paul Harrison 'and. sons ',:Mri. Frank Wells of Leesburg Heilbronn Springs, returning Monday Bible Joy Club 4 First 1960. Publication July 7th. 1s6e.
come and bring mops, brooms, after a visit with their childrenin Mr>. J. A. Gnann Sr. and children of Miami are visiting her mother, spent Thursday and Friday with home Monday.Mr. to:: 5 p. m.Wednesday. /sl| Orene P. CowartAdministratrix .
and mowers. Let's all work together Miami, and looking after busi- and Mrs. Chester Searle I Mrs. Rosa Kelley, this week. her mother Mrs. Effie:Miner. and Mrs. W. .C. Conner Prayer Meeting John J. Co-wart of deceased.the Estate of
to improve the looks of ness interests there. and daughter spent Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryals Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kemp Jr. and daughter, Yvonne, spent partof 1:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30i: I I HoUis T. Knight; 1
our Community' Center. Becky Newham daughter of noon in Jacksonville. and Miss Mamie Clark of Jacksonville -'of; Greenville, S. C. are viciting last week at Salt Springs. They p. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- Starke.Attorney Florida for Administratrix7i:
Another fish fry for benefit of Mrs. Clyde' Hersey is enjoyingthis Erne: Newsome is confined in i I were visiting Mr.a 'Mrs. Susie Prevatt and family were accompanied home by Miss bert. Choir director: Fred Dodd. I ;? it 7::8

week at the CBM Camp at Bradford County Hospital .at I.Mrs. Lloyd Clark Sunday.Mr. and.W. P. Kemp.vyvvyyvyyymyvvvyyvvvU. Peggy Conner, who left Saturdayfor -
'Polk City. present, undergoing treatment. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and her home in Miami. -
'I Little Stevie Hall celebratedhis Miss Cathy Lane of Baldwin children of Palatka spent the I. Dwight Thomas of Brooker
WILLIAMS 1 I fourth birthday anniversarylast spent the weekend with her cousin weekend with Mr.. and Mrs. Boy: :: spent last week with his grandparents FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday with dinner 'at the I ,'Mr. and Mrs. R. C.,'Dampier. Green and family. PINE I LEVEL I Mr. and Mrs. H. H.

JEWELRY I home of his grandparents, Mr. Miss Reba Thompson spent the Jonn Willis of San Antonio, Lewis.
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby, in Starke. weekend at her home here. She Texas, is visiting friends and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sin Crosby spent last week in Morning Worship At 11:00 A.M.

Recent guests of Mrs. Lacy is still engaged in Children's Bi- relatives for afew days. Jacksonville' with her brotherinlaw Evening Services At 8:00 P.M.
WATCHES DIAMONDS Wynn have been her soninlawand ble Mission Camp work at Polk Clyatt Lewis and daughter of iu'AAA. A A uuAA e and sister, Mr. and Mrs. *

REPAIRS daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. City. I Miami visited Mrs. Amanda Lewis ,
We were glad to have our pastor Fredrick Broadwell.
i W. Ezell, and children: her niece, Rev and -Mrs: M. L. Packhamand and Mrs. Iva Mae -Lewis. Thurs-, Rev. W. E. Hall with us a- Guest Speaker
,AU Work Guaranteed : Harley McRae. of Starke spent
children of Haines City day of last week.
Mrs. Joyce Jenson and children: gain last Sunday, after'his recent
A. C. Williams her crother and sister-in-law; Mr. spent last week with friends and Mrs Bobby Jones and daughters illness. Among the 'visitors at Friday night with his grandmother I REV. LEO A. HERBERTFrom

142"W. Call St. and Mrs. Shepherd Adkins, and relatives in this area. and Mr. and Mrs., Sam church were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. H. M. McRae, and
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Smith attended a. family reunion From Tallahassee Florida
Starke, Fla. daughters; and a sister. Mrs. Viola Gordon and children of Cin- the L. A. Crosby family ,
in Nowberry Sunday ,
and children of Lake City recently ,
... Swanson all of Jacksonville.Mr. enjoyed; a vacation at Silver Mrs. H. O. Brown returned I i.i.I'" .
5 +rr- and Mrs. R. M. Hersey Jr. 'Lake. Wednesday after a visit. with Mr. &
Church Services and Mrs. A. L. Snellgrove in Mi-,

Schedule of, services at Hope ami. Mrs. Snellgrove returned',

IS Baptist Church: for a visit. THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH
YOUR HOT WATER Sunday-Sunday School 10 a. i Regina Harrell and Pat Big-
m.. Dare Bradley superintendent. ham are spending a few'days
COSTING YOU TOO MUCH? 1 Morning Worship a. m. Train- with Mr.. and: Mrs. J. L. Whittle,
ing Union, 7 p. m., Wayne Her- Jr. in Jacksonville.
sey director. Evening Service, 8 Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Green and -
THEN CHANGE TO SLADE p. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuthbert. daughters, Shirley and Linda.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Prayer Cherie Hinton.. Patricia: Thomas 1aAI t
Meeting.An Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Mrs. Mary I ,
invitation is extended to Green, and John Green spent a I
Slade'offers you a 30-gallon, 10-year everyone to attend all services.BROOKER Sunday and Monday at Crystal .

Warranty Gas Hot Lake last week. ..l '
( Water Heater for t
y..yy..yy..yy. yy.yy..mU Miss Judy Kelley of Jackson. var

only $3.45 per month. vile is spending a few days this' ..
week with her parents, Mr.. and
Mrs. J. W. Kelley. ,
No Carrying Charge S Mrs..J. L. Whittle..Jr. and Mrs; Y : k
No Labor Charge for Lloyd Wood of Jacksonville spent
AAA AI L last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs
installation W. ,E. Bigham Jr. and family. K. I.r. t
Mrs. Mattie Sowells, Mrs. T. W. -
I Mr .and Mrs. Cecil
Pay only for material used Melvin returned
Markey, Mrs. Horace Stokes, and home '
Per Sunday after spend-
with no further down Mrs. Nanie
pay Gainey attended
ing a week in Ashville. N. C.
ment, plus ONLY Mo. Shady Grove Church near Tren- Annette and Shirley Green I
ton Saturday and .
Sunday.Pvt. were visitingMr.. and Mrs. Don
PAY FOR YOUR GAS HOT WATER HEATER Pete Hodge, stationed at Cornwell in Gainesville Saturday
WITH WHAT YOU WILL SAVE. COME IN Ft. Jackson, S. C., is home on night.auAuuuau&L4AAAAAAh.

AND SEE US TODAY! leave with his wife, Sally, and :.. ..n ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis u.: .. ..

S SLADE'I E G GAS S Next Phone Door WO to Winn-Dixie 4-3551 Allen Hodge.Mrs., spent Amanda last Monday Lewis and at Silver son, I.AWTEYBjrEnza I 1 J.)b.&, .4 by .0. 0,

Springs. Blancharduw.uu.4A.A4&4a4
We, Give Merchants Green Stamps ;
A. D. Tompkins and Zack .. 3a s
-DOUBLE Jf ig: ,
You Pay Cash!
; Tompkins of Lake An
City visited event of last week was the
I, Mrs. H. O. Brown Sunday after- Methodist Sunday School picnicat I
Strickland's Landing on 3' f r __
; Kingsley Lake. After swimming o'' THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
and having xz ,. : ye ALL FOR THE<< CHURCH
a good time in gen- .
eral ,they .all .enjoyed a delicious The Church the treated factor ..'
-- earth for the of' chancier aid
supper. Out of town guests were building
SUWANEESTORE Mrs. W o. Rhoden.of'Ocala, and "la food ciliieuhip.; It it a lorehowK ..rI I
FOOD-- E Mrs.:Mabel Peterson, and Mr. and I r""_,rr someone were to deprive you .of the right cf tpirituat..-.Without.rtronj Church,
cilhrr democratnor cmliulum CMtumvc.
would be slave.
Mrs. Roy Budziak- and- daughtersof ':. .>relaxation you a There are four tomd reason
Chicago HI. '
) .Yet relaxation itself can enslave us! "hjr even peno thould altead service*
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren ) rtjul.rly aid wpport are Church. Tlef .
and daughter of Jacksonville and are: p I) For hii I ow. ule. (2)) For bi.ehildrea .
'N'is a villain of history because,he.fiddled whileI .
Mrs. Warren's mother, Mrs. "r ule. ((3)) For die take of r)
James I Rome burned.He couldn't have put out the fire a conimniijr aid Mtioai. (4) For die aak.
FREE THE FIRST 50 ADULTS VISITING OUR STORE Pegram of Stuart were V but what a colossally stupid time to relax!, .f d-e Church itself which aceda hit'
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, E. War- '
coral aid Material wpport.''Plai to |o
FRIDAY AND THE FIRST 50 SATURDAY ren during Wt'week.. There are hours in every week when we need to to church rejuUrl ui read!roes 9'b|
WILL RE- Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake telax.. And there. *.arc hours that challenge our might- doll,..
Butkr has returned to her home .'
CEIVE A 2-LB BAG OF DELICIOUS FLOUR FREE after spending several weeks with ,,u-.r- :; _,test effort, Dar >Book Gupta VeKeMl

her brother !and' sister-in-law, Mr; I '." \ It is like th ose.h. when, with millions the worldever tKlBtl UMoadaf
DenteroBomr f 1-U
and .
Mrs. Truby Wainwright. we have, opportunity to _seek in. our churches Tuesday Denteraooour. I tai

FREE F E E PRIZESYOU I E S EACH TIME Ga.Jack. visited Wainwright his parents of last Waycross week.Mrs. I -.,:,: '.. t truth..falth.uGod! Thunday Wed Saturday Friday sdar Deuteroaonur Deuteroaoar DeuIeGlOlllJ'Deuteronomy U1.1'a 7, MlSoTKhf

W. 0. Rhoden '
VISIT OUR STORE of Ocala : _. The value relaxation it unquestionable. But the
was Thursday overnIght guest Of ,. \'value of religious'and moral growth itsupreme/
her sister Mrs. H.C. Wainwright I .

|ST PRIZE A G-E Automatic Skillet and. family. f erkW IIH Raw Ut........$tvMbpr/.t'woi
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. i. J I
i "

PRIZE A Clown Doll Mrs.Eugene Pearson were Mr. .and ....: '.'. ..,. .:. ..:.. :ii( jK'J. :'t';:,;: ..;;;. .< J$; ,,;':: .
Over Jack
2ND 2 Ft. Long King and daughter,

and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner of ... :::: '",.'v",.,"" ..,<. '.v...Y;...'... .AC Yk".t.I_: ".+'.;"'>.,.'toi.f.!; >c.w,:<.,.,.._,.,.. .._:,.;'':<"..., "'':'to>!. .
Beltoa, S. C. Sunday guests were
3RD PRIZE A Clown Doll Over 2 Ft. Long .. ,"s Mr. Pearson's sister, Mrs. J. C. t.

>..0.>'. Scarborough and family of Jack- These Vital Messag'esSponsored As A Public Service \: i
"; sonville, and a niece Micky Mo- t
PRIZE 2 Pair
4TH Nylon Gloves it
zingo, of St.:Stevens 8. C., who -.
remained for visit, '
Mrs. Matel Peterson and Mr. d t

To Be Given Away Saturday, August 13th 6 O'clock' and Mrs Roy Budziak and GASOLINE JOHN i TORODE GREASE
daughters of Chicago are spending t

thy Swanbom. Mrs. Peterson is .-
Miss Swanbom's aunt. LUBRICATION MINERAL .
: fj
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Faucett of

FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER lb. 49c Miami Sunday.visited the Dan Starlings OILS V o..' .|

)' :-.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and '
i, children of St. Augustine were FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES?
Sunday guests'of;Mrs. .
lb. John Shu-
NECK BONES - lOc ford. .

of David Shuford are
glad to know.that he is getting on Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, FLu
nicely in St. Vincent's Hospital I i
NO. 303 CANTOMATOES BIG V in Jacksonville. 'r.y .
L'S. Effie Boatwright, Mrs:;
2 for 2Sc VINEGAR 100 oz 40c Warren Boatwright and baby {

and D. E. Boatwright were in GUY ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO 5 M I TTS
Memphis, Tenn. overt he .weekend

visiting Warren Boatwright, whois Real Estate Associate Store Barber Shop .
IRISH COBBLER YELLOW in the Veterans Administration ,

1 POTATOES .10 lb. 7HcSUNNYLAND BANANAS lb. 9c Hospital Miss: Elizabeth there. Terry spent L. : t .

Thursday to Saturday In Gainesville 't
with her sister. MrsCL E. GEM TERWILLEGARenmar
Strickland. D. k Furniture Co. : -. I II

ROUND, T-BONE or Mary Jack Pons of Tallahasseeis V JEWELRY MOTORS

: BOLOGNA lb. 3Sc SIRLOIN SHAKE 79c and visiting Mrs. B.her E.grandparents Reddish.Mr. i4r.. I I J Of Starke N. L. WOODBURN Your Authorized .>Ford*H Dealer

and Mrs. Ray Dorman of ..
Jacksonville were Sunday' guestsof I i iI
the B. E. Reddishes. L LI
DIXIE CRYSTAL SUNNYLAND Danny Phillips. who has been I EDWARDS GIB BROWN'SService Community Sbfe.'B :

: SUGAR 51b bag 49 WEINERS lb. pkg. 4Sc| spending brother-in-law come and time sister'with, Mr his Groceryand- Market' '. Station Of StarkeBRADFORD .

and Mrs. Fait Redd'and family, ., .I

:- returned home Wednesday r Lg
c Mrs. Hattie Mathis and Mrs. :
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